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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 11 August 1866

Th.? L>; 111 v ?N ew,-; SATURDAY AIOItNlNG, ADGUST 10, 18GG. < :< >.vi Mi'?? :i rvl.. l<Jx|??t|-ts. PHILADELPHIA?Per i?chr Wm L 8->ring8?:i bales Cotton. 212 Mil* i.o.-oii, t, Printing Presses, ai bbla Alo, ?n >li?Barr?'l" vAO tons old Iron. NEW HAVEN, CONN?Por BChr OOMt Pilot?149,631 feet Flooring Boards. Tit?? CttcarlcaUtu Cotton Market, Tho Cotton market ?-tel coutiuurs only nominal. A ot of Mldilling and a fow bales of repacked lias boon disposed of, tho former at a pi loo which Mould afford no criterion of tbo market, and tho latter at 25c. per lb, Holders are yot iiuwilling to come to the views of buyers. Aiiir??.stn. .'lui Int. AUGUSTA, August 9.?"otto?.?The market was dull to-day. No t-ii.es to r. port Gold.?Braten ?ire buy,ug at 111, and soiling at 148. SiLVF.n.?Brokers are tra.tng at Lis, a.d soiling at 140. Securities?Dull. .?loiiii?- Hack?!? MODILE, August fi ?C?iti-on?Nioro wore 350 balea sold to-?lay, mostly roii-n-Kod :nid tho lower grade?. Which ...

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. — 11 August 1866

UlMLExW B1ILV ?TO, Q. II. OAT?CART Uditor. CATIICAKT, McfllLLAN & M?HT?H, PBOPB1ETORH, No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. TBKMB-OASH. gnBHOBI'PTION. OAIL??TWWLVB MONTHS. ._~..? ??O.OO DAILY??1* V0NTH8. ...?..MM* O?U.F-"TF:iEE MONTHS.,?.SP DHaUi OOPIE8.5 cent? TONEWH DEALERS.IcenU LAIWEST CUMULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE CITY. a-WXHEa LIST OF rjJHJ'XTHJRS re moining In the F'oet.oftlc.e at th? oxnr? of Ckaob week Is pv?l->lisl".et4 oftloinllv ta THE? DAILY NEWS every JFTi <Jay morniuK? Now? ?Sumiiiadry. Tho La Grange New Era knows of a froedmau who will rn*?<M SOO bales of cotton this year. The returns from tho now Constitution voto in North Carolina nro so fow, and tho voto so slight, that it is .mpofiaiblo to speak of rho result. The rrcfiiiie.it has cent a tole?ram to Gonoral ' BUeiudan asking for an early and elaborate ro- ( port of tho roBUlt of his investigations eonceniing tho cause of tho New Orleans rio-a. It is said that tho grasshoppers havo appeared in t...

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. — 11 August 1866

Th<j I.toil ir Nre%7v^. BATUHDXY MORNING, AUOt'HT 11, 1886. liA?WEN? I.IK('I'L4TKIDI l> I Hi; S'I'A'J K. L?RHE.HT VAMVVlliTW/iS IN THE CIT?. srTHK I^If^T OP' IjKTTKRS w rcaulxxlxiK In rh.? Potaroffiaa at the end of ?uoh wot?!? in i>ui>iit?r?e<i ofHolally Isa THF O/aIIjV rvFCWS ev%ry Fri day momtin- _ AOBNTS-. The following aro tho Agonta for thin paper: W. A. HEMINGWAY, Genoral Traveling and Collect ing Agent. Rev. COLIN MB HO SIS?N, Oeneral Traveling and Collecting Agent TOWNSEND b NORTH, Booksellers and Stationers, Columbia, 8. 0. Captain W. B. KARLE, Greenville. 8. 0. Col. J. J. RYAN, liarnweu, S. 0. F. M. TRIMMIKR. Spartan Offlee, Spartanburg, S. C J. T. DuBOIS, Marlon. 0. 8. HARRY, Handy Ford P. O., Madlaou CO., Fla. PATRICK <** HTTVEY, Macon, Georgia. B. A. MoKNIf.HT. Unionvlllo. J. Y. H. WILLIAMS. Clinton, 8. 0. 1. B. ALLEN. CbentorC. H.. 8.0. 508EPH H. SEARS. "New Ronth," Hilton Head. W. 8. LANCE OraimiiK/tlln P. O., Beaufort, S. 0. B. F. BRADFORD, Walterbo...

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. — 11 August 1866

N. Vorte JOHN C. UKAliE, STATIONER, Ko. W lMa??au-?lreet, New York. a LABOE STOCK OFFI1WT-0LASH BLANK BOOKt. f\ Also, Domeatic aud Foreign Papers and Stationery, Mustantly on hand, Sot? of Account Books made to order. Lithography, Engraving and Printing oxocutod prompt? ty anil in the best posviblo uiauner. Spoclal attention tt orders ny mau. and price as '< w oh any lo-.-.n In thoolt? ( r ?-oodc o. eonr loui'v. ?tuthljr Octoucr'JS B. J. BECK &. CO. NO. 0 PINE-STUKKT, KEW V Uli Ik., MANUPACT?R1N8 STATIONERS, JOB PRINTEU8 AMD LITHO0KAPHEB8. Wholesale and JtVraii Dealers in First-Clatt Vjfic? Fixturti CONSTANTLY ON HAND A SPLENDID ASSORT MENT of Foreign and Domoetlo LETTEB AN1 HOTE PAPEB. Envelope? ol every ?izo and quantity, Certificates oi Stock, Bunds, Obceha Notes, Draft? Bills of Exchange Billhead? and Cards, ?to., tastcfuUj xecutod. Order? by moll will rocolve prompt attcut'.on at low sst oaab prices. B. 3. BEOK....CHAS. HBWBOUB4 Ootober 2? _ntuthlyr ^DWAR?) COOPER, ?jCCC...

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. — 11 August 1866

The Daily USTews. SATURDAY MOUNliNt?, AUGUST 11, 18GG VAU1UHS 1TBMS. [From the lioxton Post] Laid out?tho Atlantic cabio. Proutico tLiiiliB Naehby should bo written Nasty. A wig that won't stay in placo?Scbloswig. A uro at Nowburg, Now York, roasted eighty pigs. A Held of promiso?Cyrus W. India-rubbor paint ia a recont article. Roar Admiral Charles Stewart is ia h?8 eighty ninth year. Mr. Windsbip is equal to any lifting oxcopt ship lifting. Prhieo Holionzollorn is baviDg a silver log mado to roplnco oiujjoat at Sadowa. Tho Richmond Boar?) of Trade have sent a cora fortabJo chair to Jiff. Davis. Ono of tho latest arrivals at Suratoga was a lady wilh eighty dresseB and thirty-six > oniieta. Tho Louisville Saongorbuud wound up with a grand excursion to Mammoth Gave. A pretty actress in Now York has recently given up the ate.ge for a carriage. Czechian women put out tho oyes of wounded Buesians with a kuifo. Hair auitablo for toilet purposes coats $7 a pound in gold. Mr. Quilp hopoB...

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. — 11 August 1866

SATUKDvY M..RNING, AUOUf*T 11, 1860. ?..?iji'^?.? It vins. Tho Snv.um Ut Roijiiuli.ftii states that Mr. H. F. Williuk, Jr., h ?m luid titn ?ml M lus rhipiarri, of a ?otii-'.ouur which hu has c?>utract?d to build for Oaptuin Toubrook, et a cost of fnurteon ttioasaud doliere, to bo nu. d a? ? nil ?t l> ?nt. 8ho will bo 105 o. t keol, 100 feet over all, 95 t oat on deok, with ? carrying ?.apaoity of 110 tons (old measuruuH-iit) She vfill bn built on tbo most approved model ( or spood, and wilt bn uuequailml by any vessel of her class iu our waters. Tho bark Uordolia brought oat bur mai un mt and ?leek plauk.t Death op an Old Citizen?It is our painful duty, save tho Savannah Nowu, ?if tho 8tli iustant, to announoo ibo death of ?.en. J-niu W. It ?bun, which ooourrod at bin residence in tbin city yes terday moruiig. Tho deceased was ono of our oldest and mml hin-iiiy esteemed citizens, baving beoo for m ?nv yoara u prominent morohaut. Hu was extensiv ly ku uvu innAujhmit mu H ate, a...

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. — 14 August 1866

Tilt- LStMiV JN^wr-, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST H, 1866. CH )MM hilUJlAL.. exporte. ?BOSTON-Per sobr T J Wilder-360 bMs Rosin 6 bales Cotton, IM bills Turpentine, 400 tons Old Iron, &o. BALTlMOBE-fer sehr Robert Healey-76OOO feet pitch Pine Lumber.Per sehr O voca- 70,BOO feet Pitch Fine Lumber. Tlae Charleston Cottou Market. There was some demand yesterday, a>:d with some . relaxation of price on the part of holders, some 80 hales were sold at about fha following quotations : strict Midd1 Jug 81, Middling 2S to 29, and eome inferior --Cotton at 2tc. per lb. There was but little offering. Mobile Market. MOBILE, August 10 - COTTON.- The receipts for the past week sum np 815 bales, vus: from tue Alabama Elver 246 bajes, from the Tombixbee 9, tVom the War? rior -, and by raibuad 661. The exports for the sam? time amounted to I860 bales, viz : to New york 677 bales, to Boston 646. ?nd 27 bales to- New orleans. At the oloBe of our laut weekly review we reported sales for the day of 16...

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. — 14 August 1866

mumm DAILY NEWS, G. R. CATHCART, EDITOR. Gillie ART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS, No. 18 HAYNE-STEEET. TBBM8-OA8H. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY-TWLLVB MONTHS.-? ~. 110.00 SA3XY--8IX BfONTHS.?~?.Q0 OAJL'?-'-TF:<EE MONTHS.......~.*-50 UNGLE COPIES.5 C*HTA IO NEWS DEALERS.*.* CENT* LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ??THE LIST OF LETTERS re oaaini as in. the Postonlce at the end of ??ob. week is published officially In TECK PATT?Y NEWS every Fri? day morning. News Summary. Forty-two new stores are now being erected in . Atlant?. Several others will soon be commenced. The people of Macon arc agitating the project of Beading a canal to the shoals three or four miles above the city. Two citizens of Cincinnati have bought the ex? clusive right of photographing scenes of the Mammoth Cave. The newspapers of North Carolina have nomi? nated no less than twelve men for.Lieutenant-1 Governs cr tue State. The new Catholic Cathedral at Indianapolis, Ind?, ia to bo ...

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. — 14 August 1866

The Dai Iv ISTews, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, I860. LARGEST CLRtDLATIOPi ES THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION Ci THE CITY. WT THE LIST O?r ijorrTB?RS re analning in the Postoffloe at tho end ot ?aoh week is published officially Im TECK DAILY NEWS every fri? day moralrw._ LOCAL MATTERS. tO- 8KB'SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. ~m OUBBELVES.-To-day, the fourteenth of August, eighteen hundred and sixty-six-being the first anniversary of the establishment of THE DAILY NEWS, and, consequently, also of the putting in position of the present "Local," it seems that a word or two will be expeoted from the placid youth who holds that distinguished position in this very popular journal. We are aware that in i many other newspapers gentlemen having posses? sion of that reputable situation have ondeavored to make everybody believe that the place they held was the most onerous in the world,-tbafc the duties ?re of the most laborious kind, and their remu? neration much lighter than an antiquated hank officer...

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. — 14 August 1866

"Os? mn Y JOUA C. Ii ".ALK, STATIONER, Sile*, 19 WH,?*au-Mfveet. New York. S, B&S?S5B t?TOO? OF W U??r-Ci^u?B BLANK BOOK*. tm ?3ttt?, Domestic ?aa Foreign leperii aad Stationery, {BltjMtag sa hand, Seta of Account Books made to order. jgj?sraiH?y, Engraving ?uu TriuHng executed prompt? 1 1K?B* to &? best uosaibie manner. Special attention K ED WAE!) COOPEK, eueoKdaua TO A. LONGUSTT. m. 88 Murray-st., New *orH\ ?AH?PAO'i'?BER AND DEAWB TS <mmm PRESSES AND COTTON ema H?KKEE POWER?, IHKEaHIN? MACHINES rft St M and 60 PLOWS, O^Barrowa. &sr? ?fi ?thor Agricultura' Implement?, FerttUBen Traffinew^i GAJSTlNOa or sU ainds constantly on hand, gatabar 3"_stntblyr ?, *Wmm STATES STEEL PEN WORKS. FACTORY, CAMDEH, ST. J. R? ESTERBR?OK 4 CO. , STEEL PES MANUFACTURERS, W?SSamm&B i S?* V!? Arcn-etreet, Pulls, J Wo. *? John-street, W. York ?SteSftes and prices on application. Lota made to or eay piitteru or ?tamp required, OHTOMMS?-These Pens are of genuine America! - -ejWWftctwae...

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. — 18 August 1866

VOI^lVt? II? No. " i i ii A j_. ^.? -^ ''^ = m -^^^^^ j| ^ -s-'OHA^^^ BY TELEGRAPH Latest Knrnpean lews. LONDON, August 16.-lhe Emperor NAPOLKO has receded from bia demand for an extension c the fronti?re of Prance. lavEBPooi,, August 16-P. M.-The Bank c England has reaucjd ita rate of interest to eigh per cent. Cotton baa advanced a farthing (?d.) to-day and Middling Uplands are quoted at Md. Salei 20,000 bales. Breadstuffs firm. Consols closed at 87}; U. S 5.20's,68. The Philadelphia Convention. PHILADELPHIA, August 17.-Many of the dele? gates to the Couvention lett laut evening, and the balanoe will leave to-day. The proceedings throughout were moat har montons, and not a single ?vent ?transpired to mar the good feeling. '^fc'.. ^ ? The address, but not the resolutions, was writ? ten by HENBYJ. RAYMOND. It ia morely the reso? lutions elaborated. During its reading, for R time, almost breathless silence prevailed. The President requested the delegates and spectators to mauifoHt no...

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. — 18 August 1866

^P^^onoleMDeu?Tn^jT.k present there. "3. There are other respects, however, in wh: local action hae to no taken against cholera, n in whicn the .interests of tho publio health H quire, above everything; that tho action shot bo tahon from beforehand.' This precautions H action against cholera (aa against many oth diseases) is au object for .wbioh the Nuisant H Removal Acts enable local provision to be mac The ant dori ues who have to administer the Acts are in many places the same, but in ma other place? (ulm fly wherever there are to? councils, inipioyement commissioners, or lof boards' of health) are not the same, aa the ti thorities wh > I ave co act under the Medical Rel H Regulations. The Lords of the OOH M eil have authority to ieBiie regulations or orders for a H purposes of the Nuisances Removal Acta. But year ago, iu anticipation of the danger which n< H threatens the country, their L urdehipa drew t attention of nuisance authorities, and of the pu lie generally, to th...

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. — 18 August 1866

The Daily News SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 18C6. Ci > iv* ST'b, hv IIA-L.. Rx port*. PHILADELPHIA-Per sehr T J Frazier-65,000 feet Lumbt r, BALTIMORE-Per steamship E 0 Knight-126 bbls Turpentine, lai bales eaton, 3 bales Wool, 6 bales Hides, ll bules Bags. The Charleston Cotton Market. There was an active demand for the staple yesterday, with sales ef near 200 bales, at very foll and, in some eases, advancing prices; but the latter was not sufficient ly general tor us to quote the market higher. We, there? fore, renew our quotations of jesterday : Strict Middling.31 Middling.30 Savannah Market. SAVANNAH, August 16.-UOTTON.-During the past week the cotton market bas been dull, prices ranging principally from 27 to 32%o. New York Middhn? has been quoted 'ecently at 3tto, and to-day the same quality has been offered at 31 % to S2o The g:ueral estimates of the approaching crop ran ge fr >m 1,800,000 to 1,900,000 bales, and planters generally expect to realize about 30o per lb for...

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. — 18 August 1866

CMILBSTOJI DULY G. ?.. CATII GA-RTj BDIIO?. GATHOAST, MCMILLAN * MOKTDN, PROPRIETORS, c?o. 18 HAYNE-STREET TERMS- O-?-SZEi. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY-TWi-LVE MOJSTH8.,.?.^^?^$10. OAHiY-SIX VC/NTHB........~--?. OiTLY'-TFTiKE M0NTH8...*. SINGLE COPIES.fi.? SO FBWR DEALERS..* LARGEST CIRCULA DOW IN THE ?1*T LARGEST CIRCULATION fi? THE CIT? ???THE T_,IST OF LiiCTTURS maining in the Po st office at the end of eaoh weaH is published officially In 'THE DA UL. Y NBW8 every ITri day raorninii' j>iew? ?Suiiima-J y. Ex-Govcrnor PIOKENS has been stopping at Bar num'a hotel in Bdtimore for several days." Mrs. JEFFERSON DAVI* arrived in Baltimore from Fortress Monroe un Tuesday morning, and break? fasted at Barnum's, a ;d left in the train for New York. Ex-Governor HAHN and Judge WABNOUTH, of Louisiana, are at St. Louis. They will remaiu there several days. Tne former is still suffering from his woonda. The>granite arch over the spot on which the Pilgrims landed atPlymou-h Roik, has been car? rie...

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. — 18 August 1866

SATURDAY amiiNINO, Af JG WT 18, 1866. AGENTS. The following aro the Agenta for this paper: W.A.HEMINGWAY, General Traveling andOoneot lng Agent. Rev. COLIN MURCHISON, Oeneral Traveling and Collecting Agent. TOWNSEND & NORTH, BookseUera and Stationers, Colombia, S. O. J. V. NETHERS, Onion, S O. Captain W. E. EARLE, Greenville, 8. 0. Col. J. 3. RYAN, BarnweU, S. 0. J. T. DuBOIS, Marlon. 0. S. HABBY, Sandy Ford P. O., Madison co., Fla. PATBIOK & HUVEY, Macon, Georgia. JT. Y. H. WILLIAMS. Clinton, 8. 0. /. B. ALLEN. Chester 0. H., 8. 0. W. S. LANCE, Grahamville P. O., Beaufort, S. 0. B. F. BRADFORD, Walterboro', S, 0. H. L. DARR, Sumter, 8. 0. THAD. 0. ANDREWS, Orangeburg, S. O. J. M. BBOWN. "Southerner office," Darlington, 8. 0. H. M. QUINN & BRO., Augusta, 1. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga. ISAAC DA VEGA, Agent in New Yorir. LOCAL MATTERS. *?T SSS SECOND AND THIRD PASES. "St* Music ON THE BATTERY.-The following ie the programme for this afteru ion's perfann-ance of the 6th Infant...

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. — 18 August 1866

H. Yorfe Advertisements STATIONER, Ho. 1? Wa?*au-??reet, New York, * jrjABttB STOOK OF ?TB8T-0LA88 BLANK BOOKfc, A Also, Domestto and Foreign Papers and Stationer}, joturtantly on hand, Sets of Aooonnt Books made to order, lithography, Engraving and Printing executed prompt. .if ana in the beet possible manner. Special attention te SCden by niau, and pr tea aB KW as any Lout in the oil? for I'OOd* '?>, eon' iru'l'v. qtutblyr October 28 EDWABD COOPER, 8U0OES8OB TO A. LONGETT, ITo. 88 Hurray-st., New *ork, MANUFAOT?BEB AND DEALER IN 'COTTON PRESSES AND COTTON GINS, BOBBE POWER?, THRESHING* MAUHTNES 10, ll, 80 and 60 PLOW8, Canal Barrows. And all other Agricultural Implements, FerttU*** Ud Bea^A FLOW CASTINGS ot ah kinda constantly otkmi. October JP_ stnthlyr | .UNITED STATES STEEL PEN WOMb, | FACTOaV, CALDEW, W. J. R. ESTERBR?OK & CO. STEEL FEN 3LAMJFACTUKEKS3 WAREHOUSES J No> V4 John-street, N. York Samples and prices on application. Lots made to or 4lU of any pattern or st...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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