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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 8 August 1866

The IDaily News. WEDNESDAY MOHNINO, AUO?ST 8, 1866 LA-tWEM' C11.UULAT10N IN TltE STATE. LMlttEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. JW TS-EC I-ISX"O?? LBTTBRS re _nuii\ini_ in tr_e I?o8toffioo at the end of eaoh week is putbliohedl olfioitillv La TTTB* _">__J_LjY N'BeWS every "B"*ri day T__orx-lxur,. VARIOUS 1TJBAIS. I From the Boston Pott ) T?rke Island ia obliged to import water. No rain. John Brown's fettera aro on exhibition at Fitch burg. Cabal-iatic-Tbe communication with England. Washington in as lifeless as au Atlantic Tele graph Cable diapatcb. Tho present U. 8. penaion li?t ia $16,000,000 por annum. Sovou tbouaaiid Soandinaviaus eottlcd in Min nesota tbo prosont aummor. Tlio striking Norwich dock laborors have boen auperaeded by a gang of negroes. Twenty-five divorces at a receut court aeseion ia Hartford, Conn. Governor Brownlow bas appointod a man who acted us gu smith to the Confederates a Judge. There are several women enrolled among Gari baldi's volunteer?. They drees and ar...

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. — 8 August 1866

IL'iie Utiiiy News. WEDNLSDaY MOIINING, AUO?KT ?, 18G6. A Woman HlllKS TWO Neoi-oes to Murder IIEIX Husband. -Tho Philadelphia Ledger of Friday re latos the following : Late on Wednosday night, ofllcors of tho Fifth Ward wore al I ranted to tho liouuo of Elias Hull, No. 417 Gauktll-Btroor, by crios of murdor. Thoy had somo tli?iculty in offocting an ontranoo, and when thoy did, thoy discovered that an attempt had boon ni ado to umntor Mr. Hull by two colored mon, who wore concealed on tho premises. Ho had gone down inio Ihm collar kitcho-, at tho re quest of Mrs. Hull, and bad bcon attacked by the men, ouo of wliimi hail a. Imtohot, and had givon him a terrible blow mi tho hoad with it. Ono of thom waa finwd concealed in tlio collar, tho othor in a oloBot in Mrs. Hull's bedroom. The circum stances HOL'itn'il to point to Mrs. Hull as having a knowlctlgo of tlio intended rime, which was tho murder of hor husband, and sho was tnkon iuto custody. Tho colored moo, who gavo tho names of C...

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. — 9 August 1866

... VOLTTMK IT....No. 305.1 (IHARLESTON, S. O., TPI URSE)AY. AUGUST 9, I8O6. PRICF Fl-ZE O. WT^S. BY T'EltJBGRAPH. New? by Allum le Tclcgrapla. [SPECIAL TO NEW YOItK IIKItALD. 1 WA-BIKGTOH, Align?t 8, ?.?I Loi'DON, AtlRUBt 5. Uoforo tho iiinisticc had been extended to Bavaria, tho l'1-tivH?nti army had moved ra pi My and itccured ? g?????! fooling. Thoy arc forcing a paper curren?;-- npiin tin- people. L'y agreement, tho PrOMriana aro to occupy Wurzburg, hnl iho Bavarian? aro t?> tot.iiu tho rortroeB of M.Mitz. Tho Baden troops will louvo on tho 8th. Tli" river Kliino ia re-opened during the la-t throe ?lays. Austrian troop?" have been pouring into the Tyrol, via Baralil, lu tin- nnmber of 10,000. The Italian na?) wtnue t'or.'.-anizod. A court uiaitial for tho trial of Admirai Pkiisano, who ro . ocatly commanded tho Italian 11. ?st, in progressing. A now Italian loan haa been ordered. ?Siuco tho begiuiiitig ol' tho truco, a part of the Swiss troopa which wero guarding tho Italian...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 9 August 1866

The !_>?-,_. v News. THURSDAY _i01tK.N0, AUGUST 0, 18C0. [VOR T1IK I>A1_T N-WH.] One of N-.lull's J-ts-sOi-B. HY MUS. C A. DAI.-. When day is molting away f'oin slitht, And losing it??e f In Ibc shade?of night ; Winn th<- nild h rd crasos ita lay to sing. And reats ou the ?muh with folded wing ; When all lu na uri? 1? liualied and still, Save ti?" mourutuI cr? of tbo wblpponrwfil, And the ali lui uno in? elarn our earth to vlow. Poop witb goldot. o?o? from their screen of blue I love, in tbat hour, lu musing mood, To altin unbroken aolltude, And sing to m ?self some co?t old tune, While 1 watch tho clouds pass over tho moon. :i How swiftly and darkly tboy como and go, Throwing tli.or shallows on all bulow ; Wbllo over and ott, with a^ady light, The radiant face of the Qnoen ot Might, Beams forth with clear and undi aimed ray, In its brilliant ooaut? seeming to say, Though darkuets ?while my brightness shrouds, My ligbt Is still ?biniug behind tho clouds; Bmbloms ot lifoto m...

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. — 9 August 1866

Tile On.iiv Newb. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 0, 1866. U_)MMKRCIAL. KiporlH. BIO DE LA PLATA-Per bark Addle Decker-333.000 foci Pitch Pine Lumber, 70 bbls Roriiii. BOSTON-Por sehr 8 BJ-?MO- M bale? Cotton, 91 bbls Rosin, 160 tons Iron, 15 bales Rags and Rope. TI?? _??arle?ton t ottnn fllnrliet. Tho Colton _iarl:oi hero continued at a stand yester day and "ltbout t rup ?not ion n. Too depros-od condi tion of tbo New York and Liverpool cmrkots prevonts buyorsfrom purchaHlng except at a docllno, which hold ers aro uuwilllDg to uccept. An;;usi!i Market. AUGUSTA, Angui-t 7.-fTorroN.-The market was dull to-day, Miul wo omit quotat-oiis Gold.-Brokers aro bujiug at 140 and Rolling at l18. OiLVEB.-Unikore ire buring al 130 and selling at HO. S-coniTiKS.-Pull. Mobile nar*.-.. MOBILE, August 3.-Cotton-Wo h.wi- another quiet day lo report OI tho KOO huies reported to-day, 150 were previously -cenante- fur, ami resold to-day on shipboard lor Llvorpo-l. Transaction- ?vero principally on gradi s belo...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 9 August 1866

A Ai Je. filMRLESM BUL! TO, O. R. CATHCART. Editor. CATHCART, MoMILLAJ- & MORTON, PROPRIETOR-. No, IB HAYNE-STBEET. T_=i_E-_s_--- o_f_.s_a: HCBSOBI'PTION. ?AILX-TTC' LVK M??-?THB..--._.-.?lO.OO HAILY-SIX V.NTH8.8.00 DAILY-TP:.i?B MONTHS._..S.5l> SINGLE COPIES.Sncnts TO NEWS DEALERS.IccnU LARGEST _1R<-U1_AT_01N Iii THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. nar _?_::r_ list of _____r_n:_.s re xxxalraixiR ir> time Pontotrioe at tine ei-tl o? euoh wooli is purtliBheel oin emily io. Till- 0_VI1_Y NICWS everyFri day mornin?. IN ew.s t-Siimixiary.. One hundred and sixty-four packages of to baoco wero soizod on Friday last by the revenue officor in New York i>r non-payment of revenue duty. Three Freuch ships, the Bayard, tho Fontenoy, and the Napoleon, have been di-patchod Irom Cherbourg to Mexico, to bring home tho Fronch troops in that country. Two young men, J auks A. Poster aud James Manne., belonging to families in high social posi tion at Nashville, wero drowned in t...

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. — 9 August 1866

The ?.>h i \ -v N ews. THURSDAY MoBM?KO. AUtiUST i), 1-CC. LAKH?ST CUUrULATIOK IN THE STATE. LAK?JEST CIKCULATIOM li. THE CITf. ?.THE I-IH-T OP" LBTTBR8 re ?xiiiliiliitt in trie Permroflioe at the end of ?am?la weeli Is pithlisl-xe<i oftiolully lja *I_*_"__ DADjY NJirWB every lT_-i day mornlnu. AGENTS. The following are the Agenta for this paper*. W. A. HEMINGWAY, Qonoral Traveling and Collect ing Agent Rov. COLIN MURCHISON, Oonoral Traveling and OoUectlng Agent. TOWNSEND k NORTH, BooksoHors and BtaUonorp, Columbia, B. 0. Captain W. E. EARLE, Greenville, S. C. Gol. J. i. RYAN, BarnwoU, 8. 0. F. M. TRI M MI KR, Spartan Offlco, Spart-nbnrg, 8. O J. T. DuBOlB, Marion. O. 8. HARBY, Sandy Ford P. O., Madison co., Fla. PATRICK & HT7VEY, Macon, Georgia. B. A. MoKNIGUT. Union ville. .J. Y. H. WILLIAMS Clinton, 8. O. /. B. ALLEN. Chester O. H., 8. O. IOBEPH H. SEAR8. "New South," Hilton Hoad. W. 8. LANCE, Grahamvtllo P. O., Beaufort, 8. 0. B. F. BRADFORD, Waltorboro*. 8, C. S. L. D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 9 August 1866

DAVEG?rY?UN? & Mc KENZU.. LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE, Nos. 39 and 40 Park Row. IBAAO DAVEGA, ) GEORGE B. YOUNG, J NEW ?OBK. QBBABD L. MoKBNZIE, ) HAVING 8D00BEDED TO THF VOREION COLL-O TION B08INES8 of Messt d. BIRNEY, PRES TIBS k FLANDERS, wo will attend to tho oollsotion o ?past duo and maturing claims throughout the Unltci atoa a--** '"??nada. COMMISSIONERS FOR ALL THE STATE A Janoary 8_ MAEVIK'S NEW PATENT AL.-DIU AMD URV PLA8TKR riRB AND B0K6LAK PKUOP SAPKS. MERCHANTS* SAFES. BANKER8* STEEL BORG LAU. PROOF AND HPEOIE CHESTS, Plato and ewelry Safes for Dwelling Houses, of Ornamented Patterns, with Marble topa. Our Safes possess tho following advantages : Tboy combine the two most flro-proof substance? known. They are perfectly dry, and do not oorrodo the Iron. They do not lose their flro-proof qnaUtlcs by ago. Oar Locks aro suporlor to any otnors in use. MARVIN fc 00. No. i05 broadway, Now York" No. 731 Ohostuut-streot, l'iiilndolpril: Agents-WM. IS. BIRD ?ft OO?. No. 908 Eas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 9 August 1866

The Paily JSTews, TH?KSDV.Y MfUt?T-aG, AUOTJ?ST '?>, 180.. The Heal II omi of ?li? t'ra-.xiim Army 'Hu- t.uyu.1 fiiiiimiiiiiiiH. [Military Correspondence of the London Times.) Buunn, ?Saturday, July 14, 18GC. Gon. von Moltko baa rat-Ted to bia quarter., and ia closoted with bia maps, making now plana for tbo further progreso of tbo campaign, and for tho occupation o? Vienna. This ekilliul strategist, who haa tiocu tin- chief director ot tho movements by which the thrco -.Dulan annie., starling from different poiutB, woro collected at tho necessary hour on the field of Kouiggratz, ha? never, except at that battle, appeared in tho front of tho armies. Some distance iu the rear, sitting calmly at his deak, ho haa traced on the map tho courso of his troopa, and, by means of the field telegraph, haa Hashed his orders to tho different generala in more immediate command with such Bkill und foresight that not a niovo raont has failed, and overy combination has been mado at exactly tbo ri...

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. — 9 August 1866

*LSa/iA?_? LJfiXLLy J-N?-?WC-5. THURSDAY ?MORNING, AUGUST 9, 18CC. Jil y ii ??? 1? ?i?i 11 ?is pi i ni Pal lent. {From the Tallahassee, Fla., Sentinel,] Our o_ohaiigoa, by answering our quory, may ?irinc joy to ?timo fond heart, that mom nu au dead ?.n unfortunate mun ?.vii mi wo Baw at the houpital va tin i pla?:.. on joatorday. So ead a picture ?it, bia auxioun fuco present? it han uot often booti our Jot . o look upon. No account whatever can lio g-tborod or him hero. Wbon tin?. United Statt'-* orcos took poaBfBuion of . allahaaaco they fouud -kia mau in tho (then) Gonlodorato hospital, and 7io has not been hoard to apeak since. Hie face .CTOi- wiuini an expression of moat anxious euro. Tho moment any one cutera lim room ho turua -with an imploring glance, ititonaiiiod b? au ox pression of four. Oh ! that look can novcr be f-?r cotteii-uo full ol' politl?n, dtoad, and woo. Hu writigH hi-? hunda ?iit-casaiitly, nuil acema just ut terini; uome e> rinnt, rcqucat, but novcr r punk...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 10 August 1866

<ZJ VOL?MP: IT_No. 306.1 CHARLESTON, S. O., FRIDAY. ATJGHJST IO, 18?6. PRIOF Five 0_wth. BY TELEGRAPH. BY THE ATLANTIC CABLE. LIVERPOOL HARKET. Liverpool, Auguet 7-Evening.-Sales of cotton 7000 balee. Maikot ll.it. LONDON MARK-!. London, August 7.-Consuls 87? for money. Flvc-twonlioB C8 J. OODD NEWS FROM UKM-it. The King of Pruweia, at Borun, on tbo 5th, in a reply to a congratulatory addrcae, said Prussia had drawn tbo "word not only for lior own i?do pondouco, but n)nu for tbo reorganization of Gor many. Tho first had buou achieved, and tho socond may be obtained. Berlin, August 6.-At tho Bitting of the Cham bers to-day, membora choored tho Sing and tho Prussian victories. Count 6tolb__t waB elected Preaidont of tbo .Upper Houbo. Pruaaia has positively declined the proposals of Russia for a Oom-rosa or the Powers which signed . the Treaty o? Vienna (1815). " TREAT. OF PKAOe TO DE SIONED. Vienna, August 6.-It is expected that a dofl i-itivo treaty of peace will Boon ho signed by...

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. — 10 August 1866

The JDa?ilv JNews. FH1P1Y >M?HNINQ. AUGUST io, 18C0. all? l ..mihi, i i .1 Ilium, i. On Wednesday last Mr Wilktus, a school toach .r of Norfolk, waa arrosled by tho military au thorities and taken to Richmond, beoaueo bo al lowed the display of a miiiiaturo Coufedorato flig during the recitation of Home versos at a school celebration by eomo little girls. Tho flag wa? mado of paper. The Norfolk Virginian of Friday says : "Ou Wednesday, by order of Goneral Terry, acting beyond .a doubt upon ins'ruotions from Washington, Mr! J. T. Wilkius was released from Libby anson, without tho Bhadow of a trial nponany charge ju-tifyiug bissoizure by military authority, and confinement in a common guard house. " As mimo of our readers may nover have seen the verses in qu.-Htimi, wo reprint thom hore : THB CONQUERED BANNEB. [The Rev. A. 3. Bran, Cathu ii Priest of Knoxville, D10 coso of Nashville, Tejn. j Fnrl tbat banner, for 'tia xoeary ; Bound ita staff 'tia _ri"pln_ dreary ; Fnrl It, fold it...

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. — 10 August 1866

Tile _Da.il v JNTewfe. FRIDAY MORN NO, AIK.?8T 10, 1-6C. C;< >;V1 iv< KK< ?lALi. Exports for til? Wnok cniltng Aagast 9. -OIIKH'N. NASSAU-Per Br sehr Try Mo-22,101 foet Pitch Tino Lumber. BIO DE LA PLATA-Per bark Addie Docker-333,000 foot Pitch Pine t-itnber, 70 bhle Rosin. CANARY ISL-H-P??r sohr Oceau Bullo-100,083 foot Pitch Pino Luuiho?-. .ORT SPAIN, Titi MD vu-Per sehr Sallio Mears-77, 000 leet Pitch Pino Lumber. OOABTWI8-. NEW YORK-Per Bteaiushli? ii i a?ada-42 bales Cotton, 64 tierocR life?? Ki tia es Yaru, 27 bbla Robin, 2 boxes ToI'bcco 8? lmli-B ?Vooianr. 309 bars Railroad Iron, 11 ?Mick* C.a?-. v7 Empty barrels, 10 packages Vegetables, 20 pucket. Sundries.Per steam ship M' nena-1..7 bules irotton. 00 tierces Rico, 187 bbls R?_.!). 110 Doles Yarn 27 hbls Whiskey, 3C Packs??,?*, 02 Kuiply Ubi?, Uu buudles Papor. I/BILADELPHIA-Per liri? James nakor-1 halo Cot ton, 100 bbla R.sln, 300 tons Iron, 20 Empty Bar rels. .BOSTON-Por steam?hlp Theodore D Wognor-rsl bales o...

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. — 10 August 1866

THE OMF-LRSTO- DAILY NEWS, Q. R. CATUCAUT. Editor. ElTHCAllT, He_IL_i-l & MORTON, PKOPB1ETOB8. .?io. l8 HAYNE-STREET. a___-_-_:s- OA8H. B?BSOB-PTION. _.___,--TW-LVB MO-vTHS.-- .*10.OO *_?_I?i??-8_X M-NTHS.....?.?i? BAILS-TF-BB MONTHS.?.50 fllN-LE 00PI1-B.S?ants XOPKWa DEALERS.....Icsata LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TUE ?TATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ?_r THE IjIST OP1 __.l_7J-_-_.I-S re mainii-K in the Posto-floe ut the end of eaoh weeli is iiiihlinhoil offioially In. TUB _____I_Y NEWS every F__ day in.ori-ii-_r. Ne tats oum.ii_.ary A. T. Stewabt puta In an income of i.,600,000; V_-tD___i_- of $2.600,000. Sovontccn thousand fivo hundred immigrants bare arrived at New York .ince the I?t of July. An English papor states that Mujm-Geuora! J. 0. Walkeb, of tbo la'o Confoi orate army, bae been appointed Colonel of an English regiment. A Washington spocial says t'ioro is no imme diate prospeot of Mr. Stanton's leaving the Cabinet. Spain has abandoned the war against the South Americ...

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. — 10 August 1866

The Oailv News. FRIDAY M'JRNINO, ATJOUHT 10, 18C0. L?HMEN'. ?HM?ILA-riOll U? TU?STATE. LAHHEKT OIBliPL?TIO? IN TUE CIT?. a?V THE LiIHT O F" *_iE"**TT____S r?9 MatalninK in rhp PontoflioB at tl-io ?nil Of ?noli w??di -B puhlitihed oliloiiilly m THF O A.IL1Y *N**H*n?VS every IT_-i doy morniiiu. AOBNT8. The following are the ARonts for this paper: W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Travoling and Collect. tOiT Agent ~ . Bev. COLIN MUB0HL80N, Ooneral Traveling and OoUeotlng Ag?nt TOWNSEND ft NORTH, Btxi-eellors and Stationers, Columbi?, B. O. Captain W. E. EARLE, Greenville, 8, C. OoL J. 3. RYAN. Barnwell. ?. 0, F. M. TRIMMIER. Hpartan Office, Bpartanburg, 8. O ?T. T. DtjHOIB, Mario?-. 0. 8. HARDY, ri.iniiy Ford P. 0., Madison 00., Fla. PATBIOK A RUVEY, Macon, Georgia. R, a. Mcknight. union-i-e. 1. Y. H. WfLLIAHR Ollnlon.S. 0. .J. B. ALLEN. Cbeetor O. H., 8. 0. .JOSEPH H. SEARS. " Now South," Hilton Head. W. 8. LANCE. GrahamvlUe P. O., Beaufort, S. 0, B. F. BRADFORD. W-herboro', 8, 0. ?J. L. DARR,...

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. — 10 August 1866

LADIES DtrSiRlNQ A SMOOTH, CLEAfi AND COMA'S^ ,< ?nsc-N-?- -j?-?. -K 6eohgeW.???J-Ip _ THI8 DELIOHTFDL TOILET ARTICLE HAB NO EQUAL FOR PRESERVING AND BEAUT PYTNG THE COMPLEXION AND SKIN. Bold by DrtiKiiists evorywboro. Depot No. 74 Knltou-BtriHit. Now York. KINGr & CASSIDEY. Aerents. tv,, HASAN'S MAGNOLIA BALM. THIS IS THE MONT DELIGHTFUL AND EXTRA ORDINARY article ever discovered. It ohange. 1 ho ann-bnrnt face nnd hands to a pearly satin textura of ra vin lil nu beauty, Imparting the marble purity o youth, and the distingue appearauco so Inviting In ths olty belle of fashion. I tromovos tan, freokloB, plmplei and roughness from the akin, leaving the complextoo fresh, transparent and smooth. It contains no materia ojuriou? to tho skin. Patronised by ActrossoB and .Opera Singers. It is what every lady should have. Sold ?vorywhore. Botal 1 prloe SO cents. Prepared by W. E. HAGAN, Troy, N. T. AddreBS all orders to DUMAB BARNES k 00., October 80_' Nt?w York BlHILIi BUHILIBirS 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. — 10 August 1866

The Daily _N~ews. FRIDAY UOfcN-Ata. AUGUt?T 10, 18C? VA It H? li s I Xi-JU 8. [Front the Jetton Pott.) Foneacola lisa sinall-pox badly. Fish aro ecarco in the Bay of St. La wron co. Sedge grase ia a uuccobbiuI material for papor. Philadelphia baa a Fomalo Art Club. _ Chili hae a financial depression. Dean Itichmoud had $108,721 inoomo laat year. Queen Emma is ?aid to bo a native of Boston. . Three olopomouts in ?mo wook at K&nBas City. PruBBia hae eo.it 20,000 needle-guns to Italy, , Dog-fish are plenty in the watt ra around Gape Ann. Drosses embroidered with needle-guns and pic ture? of dying Auulrians are faBbionablo in Paris. Moro MormoiiB passed through Springfield on ".Wednesday, bound for Utah. Cholera ia moro violent than ever among tho PilgrhnB at Mucca. Dispatches ?oman tho Atlantic are a little mud dled becauso the wire he? on the bottom of tho ocean. A man who never wrbIiob himBolf has land mark? upon hie faco.-[Prentice. Bonnor, of tho Lodger, has $120,000 invested 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. — 10 August 1866

"-L'iA-o ?-J<x?.xy J-N tiVV?. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGU8T 10, 18GG. Tub Oahi,_-Delays Ex. laim-d. - All the dis patcher, from Europe by the cabio havo thus far roaohe? tho city at a very lato hour of tho night. Tho Agont of tho Associated Proas saya : Upon investigation for tho causo of dolay in the reception of dispatches from Aspy Bay wo find a syetcm prevailing whloh for stupidity sur passes anything ovor mut with. This syatorn apiiears to bo to roieivo at Port Hood tho whol?? hatoh ?if innBHagos at Aspy Bay, then tboy aro eout to Sai-kvillo, then to Calais, and thon to Now York, ea??li ?Lfloront placo roeoiv ng tho wholo numbor of moc-sages at ita ornoo bofore attomptitig to ?end any throngh. It Booms th ? t for tlio euko of economy thoro is bnt o o operator stationed at ouch piuco. An ad ditional forco will pro iably bo put on ono of t hose ?Ijjh, Imt pri'oixolv when ive aro not informod. N. Y. Post,Aug3. Coal Oil ron Steam Pukposes.-A London cor rospoudont of tho Now York Times ...

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. — 11 August 1866

-<N .S\ VOLUM F. II....N0. 307.1 CHARLESTON, S. C, SATURDAY. AUOH7ST 11, lH-tt-B. =?=: PR I OF * 1 VR ()t VT8. BY TEIjJBQ-BaaAPH, LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. BY ATLANTIC TKLEGRAPH London, August S ?Affaira botweou Austria and Italy aro agiiin ass timing a tliroatoning atti t-ado. Livebfoom, August 8.?Tho ship Danube, from Bristol t?- the Unite?! States, wne burnod at eea; tho crew were saved by a Mobile vessel. An nmm ftc'wi, Memphis, Augii't 3_The (iflioera of tho atoamer Hamblelon report that Helena, Arkansas, waa taken by tho 5Gih U. 8. O. T. Thoy woro firing indisoriminatily ou tho whites, and swore that they would burn tho town and kill every whito person in it. 8? v< nil oitizouu woro fatally wound ed. The excitement wsb intonso, and citizen? fleeing to tbo woods for aafoty. Mexican Newt, New YonK, August 10.? Vera Oruz adrices men tion that au Anstrain veesol at thatplaoe was tak ing in a largo quantit? ?f provisions, audit was rumorod that Maximilian intonded to leave on her...

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. — 11 August 1866

Tlie Daily News. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 18t.G. The laityiiig of tit? Atlnntlc Cable. 11Y nALl'H WALDO EMEnSON. Oh, tenderly the haughty day Fills hlB blue urn with tire ! Ono morn Is in the mighty heaven, And ono In our deaue. Tbo cannon boom? from town to town, Our pntseB aro not les?; Tho joy-boll? cblnio tbo tilling? down, Which children's voice? bless. For Ho ?ho sproad your broad bluo field, O'er mantling land and bos, Ono-tbird part of tho sky unrolled, For tho banner of the free ! The mou-aro rlpo of Saxon kind To build an equal State, To tako the ?tatuto from the mind. And mako a duty fate. United States I Tho Ages plcsd, Prcscutaud i>ast, in undersong, Oo, put your crood into your deed, Nor spoak with doublo tongue! For flea and land don't understand, Nor ?hie?, without a frown, Seo sights for which tho ono hand fights, With tho other cloven down ! Ce.inst at homo?then etretch beyond, Your B contre o'or tu? ?ca. Ann mako tho broad Atlantic pond A ferry of tho free....

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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