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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 21 August 1866
VOtiUME ?I.M.No. 315.1 CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY. AUGUST ai, 1888. PRICE FIVE OB NTS. BY TELEGRAPH. Latest European News? LONDON, August 18.-Consols for money 88|. Five-Twenties 68|. Erie Shares 42*. Illinois Central Shares 75|. There is nothing of importance to report in British po litios. LIVEBPOOL HARKET. LIVERPOOL, August 18, P. M.-The cotton mar? ket has been buoyant to-day at unohanged rates. Sales 8000 bales middling uplands, 13|d. The breadstuff* market is Arm, except for corn, which is a trifle easier. The provision market dull. Pork"inaotive. BERLIN, August 18 -A bill is under discussion in tue Prussian Chambers, which has for its object the annexation to Prussia of the Kingdom of Hanover, the Electorate of Hesee, tho Duchy of Nassau and the City of Frankfort. PAMS, August 18.-The Emperor NAPOLEON de? nies having entertained any design of annexing any of the territory of Belgium to Franco. PBAO?E, August 18.-The Peaoe Congross is in session, and negotiations are making fa...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 21 August 1866
-w Tiie .Daily ,14 ews. TUI6DAY NOHNWG, AUGUST 21, 18(6. The Philadelphia Nathnal Convention. Address to the People of the United States* A Demand for Southern Representation in Congress. , The following is the address issued by ~fhe Na? tional Convention, lately held in Philadelphia, to the people of the United States : To the People of the United Slates : Having met in convention at the city of Phila - delpbia, in the State of Pennsylvania, this 16th d8y of August, 1866, as tbe representatives of the people in all sections, and all the States and Ter? ritories of the Union, to consult upon the con _ " dition and the wants of our common country, we . sddr?ss to you this declaration of our principles, and of the political purposes we seek to promote. Since the meeting of the laBt National Convention, in tbe year I860, events have occurred which have i ? changed the character of our internal politics a d given the United States a new pince among the . nations of the earth. Our Govern...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 21 August 1866
The Daily ISTews. T TUESDAY MORNING, A?OFST 2Y. 18C6. Geuijjlu Ii?-ni8. FIRE IN CUIHBGRT -Thu kitchen of the Rev. J. F. Dagg waa consumed list Fi iday night. The citizens generously made up a purse to compen? sate bim for his looses. In this, as in all good works, the ladies took the lead. B?RGLERS IN CULHBERT.- Robberies hare be? come quite frequent throughout the State. The store of J cob Davis was entered about two weeks ago, while be was at supper, and a trunk, containing $1600, taken. On Saturday night last the residenoe of Jno. F. Kiddoo was entered and a trtink removed into the hall and examined. The sleeping apartment of the family was next approached, when the in? mates were aroused and the thief took to his The next night, 8unday, the residence of Dr. McLester was rifled of a portion of its contents; and, among other things, the Dr.'s pants were worn off iu triumph, and the pocket or bis broth? er-in-law's relieved of three or four dollars. The thief generously left .a poc...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 21 August 1866
BAL? &OkJu, TW ititi. Li ?i '...i. MOHSSKS, TOBIOCO AK D HO A) "\ lOO ROPE * INOf? Kt?NTlI0KyU!S11' ,.. ? 100 whole uud half coils ?? and >? inch Ma* ? 3' 5 bales tear KeutucKy 1 wine ^""?V?V 150 begs Nail?, assorted siz.-s v ? ; s-..wJ.?;; . 100 hhda. and bbls. low pried Molasses . ".'-.'>. ' 75 boxes Tobacco, different qualities tt.y'7*'- >-:,;:?? 50 boxee Jackson's Eitra Soap. .'. ^ Received on consignuient and for pale a'-* ': - ? by j. N. *6iS&i*?-- ; Angnst 21_tuths3 No. 62 EaBtUtfyV EXTRA FAMILY GEORGIA AND TKNN^SSKE FLOVE. ff rv BAOS EXCELSIOR MILLS FAMILY FLOUR OU 200 bbls. half and quarter bags Extra New Geor? gia Flour 100 bbls. Extra Baker's Flour, fresh ground 100 bbls. Extra Superfino Baker's Flour 100 bbls. 1 JW price.i Flour, for plant ?Hon nee. Received on consignment aud lor sale at market raies by J. N. ROBSON? August 21 tuths3_No. 6i^j^L AUGUSTA arr MILLSFLO CIR. ? AA BAGS SUPER AND EXTRA FLOUR, OF JLv'v-^ the above brand. _ "",",- ,," '?? receiv...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 August 1866
VOLUME IL~.No. SQL] CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY. AUGUST 38. 1886. PRTCE VWE GiStfTS. - BY TELEGRAPH. t - The President's Toar. WASHINGTON, August 27.-It is understood that -the Presidential party is to start to-morrow tor Chicago. It will embrace some twenty-five persons, which will be composed of Secretary : SEWARD and several members of his family, Secre? tary WELLS and lady, and Postmaster-General RANDALL. The other members of the Cabinet find it impracticable to leave. General GRANT and his Chief of Staff, RAWLINGS, Admiral FARRAGUT, and -General MOCULLUM and lady, Surgeon-General BARNES and lady, will be of the party. Senator : PATTERSON and lady, Col. W. G. MOORE, and Ooh EOB'T. MORROW, Marshal GOODINO, L. A. GO BRIGHT, of the Associated Press, and Mr. W. W. WARDEN, will also, accompany the President. \ - Welcome to ihe President In Philadelphia. PHILADELPHIA, August 27.-At a meeting of the : Merchants' Exchange, a committee was appointed . tO?receivo and welcome the President ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 August 1866
2_r The JDa.ilv News. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1866. B? YESTERDAY'S MAIL. Foreign. THE BEOBGANIZATION OF GERMAN?. [Fjom the London Examiner,] The formation of Prussia would berinfralar to recount, and difficult to render consistent with ?ny national or political h story. It T *^hin. fragmentscaud waa so easily cut inte?them that ^efforts, as-?f a Wounded state to join its eve S portions, have proved one ^JgJ^JSK of the perturbation of Europe. The W*Jg?5? of Poland originated in .the ^J&SgSg! the Great to connect East Prussia T^ ]K-, burg; Thanecewi^of connecting the said Bran denbar* with Westphalia and the Bhem?n J?j? mcesblsibeenthopriucip^ great movement m 1866. Ine oemr and fo appropriate these portions of *T?Jdomia. ElectpraiHesae, which ^pawtetocendro ^ ions frvm those on the Bbine. <?oM n an other dicate? desire tooede the tatte' ia gr6 by w>wer.-TheBheniBhProvmcw ?i The 8Mjd far its richest and wost produ never oom_ Hanover, even ?^?^Jes upon the Rhino peneate f...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 August 1866
JOHN S. RIGGS, Beal Estate, SW Brote, Anetten AND COMMISSION A GENI OFFICE: Northwest Cor. of Broad and East B August 3 JOHN KIM & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT Nos. 143 and 145 East Bay, OPP08ITE KERR'S WHARF, OFFER FOR SALE, LOW FOR CASI HELDSIEOK. CHAMPAGNE, QUARTS AND PIN? SHERRY WINE, m oases and In casks MADEIRA WINE, in cases and in casks CLARET WINES, in cases, pints and half pints CORDIALS, in cases-a variety BITTERS (E. G. Self), in casen BRANDIES, in cases and in casks GINS, in cases and in casks BUM, In cases ? WHISKIES, ni cases and in casks ALE, in oases, quarts and pints LAGER BEER, in quarter barrels, also in pints, pack eight oogun to the har rei. 3mos Jonell ISA IC ?. HERTZ & CO,, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Factors and Auctioneers, No. 201 BAST 13 ATS CHARLESTON, S. C. July i _3mc MOSES GOLDSMITH k SON, NOS. i. 6 AND 8 VENDUE B/NGE, WHOLE-ALE DEALERS IN IRON, MET ALS, WOO Hides, Bees Wax, Cotton and Naval Stores. Will pay the honest cash price f...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 August 1866
Tiie itally JSfews. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1866. [ADVERTISEMENT.] Firm ?n's Report to the Publisher of the New "fc ork I'ribnne on the Merits of Dr. J. P. Boynton's Gas Light Multiplier. No. 1147 BROADWAY A NOS. 64 A 68 MAIDEN LANE, 1 .Tune 1st,'1866. j To Samuel Sinclair, Esq., Publisher of the New York | i 2>t'6?ne: DEAR SIB: In accordance with your request, I have confidentially made such inquiries and investigations as I have deemed necessary to demonstrate to my own satisfaction the oharaoter and value of the new dis? coveries and invention of Dr. J. F. BOYKTON, and to enable me to state the grounds for expecting success in bringing these discoveries and invention toto general nae. I made myself acquainted with 'he statements put ? forth by the representative of Dr. BOYNTON which you handed me, and the leoorts from reliable scientific authorities, in relation to hi?Gas Multiplier discoveries and invention. I also made myself familiar with the very effl ient illustrative...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 1 September 1866
VOI^lVt? II? No. " i i ii A j_. ^.? -^ ''^ = m -^^^^^ j| ^ -s-'OHA^^^ BT TELEGRAPH. By Atlantic Telegraph. LONDON AND LIVERPOOL MABKETI3. LONDON, August 80-Evening_The Bank of England has reduced the rate of discount to 6 per cent. Cotton market for the week declining; Mid .dliDg Uplands, 13|d. Breadstuffa flat, with a nom? inal tendency downward. Provision market un? changed. Tallow very firm. Consols closed at 89.}. Five-twenties, 72J. LATER. LONDON, August 31.-In consequence of further representations made to the Home Government by the Canadian authorities, relative to further anticipated troubles by the Fenians, from the United States, probably another cavalry regiment .will be sent from Liverpool to Quebec. ST. PETERSBURG, August 31.-Mr. Fox, Assist ?ant Seoretary of the Navy, has been presented with an address by the peasants of Bussia, ex? pressive of their friendly feeling towards the .United States. PRAGUE, August 31.-Ratifications of the treaty of peace have been exchanged...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 1 September 1866
The Daily News. SATURDAY BIORNIJiG. SEPTEMBER 1, 1866 Giorgia Hums. The following from the Quitman (Ga.) Banner 5B replete with good suggestion and good sense: SHALL 7HE SOUTH PLANT COTTON?-A very grave question is presented to the people of the South, will they continue to delve, and toil, and sweat in the cotton field, when but a pittance of their i earnings can be enjoyed by themselves? or will they turn their attention to the comforts and good living which can only be found in the cultivation of provisions, tho delicacies of the garden, the luxuries of the farm yard, and the raising of TStock? We long- to see the day when they ' will ar? rive at the sensible ai d truthful conclusion, that cotton is the Iliad of their woe?, and that the road to contentment and comfort leads not to the cot? ton field, but to the easy culture of the necessaries of life, and the improvement of the homes of the heart. While they will be adding to their own ?ase and domestic happiness, by planting onl...