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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 1 September 1866

Th** Um ly News. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1866. COMMERCIAL. Savannah market. SAVANNAH, August 29.-COTTON-During the patt week there hu* been a comparatively good demand for this staple, and between four and five hundred bales changed Lands, at prices ranging from 26 to 32c for cot? ton not mixed or repack d. Middling may be quoted to-day at 30 to 30>a'c. Only a few bales of tbe new or ?p have yet been received, among which are the tour bales the sale of which we reported a few days ago at 40o. The stock on the market is very light. DJ Sea Islands nothing has been done during the past week. COTTON STATEMENT. 1866-66. Stock on hand September 1st. Received since August 22.... " Previously. Total Receipts. Exported since August 22. " Previously. Total Exports. fltock on hand.| _ 255| 11,700 | EXPORTS OP COTTON PROM AUGUST 22, 1806, to AUGUST 29, 1866. Ports. Liverpool_ Boston. New York Baltimore ... Philadelphia. Total Exports. Augusta Market. AUGUSTA, August 30.-COTTON.-The 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. — 1 September 1866

i Jt-i?. CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, ti. K. CATHCART; Ssnoft. CATHCART, ?MILLAN Sc MORTON, PROPRIETORS. .Sfo. IS HAYNE-STREET. . TBRMS-OASH. 8DBSOB1PTION, BAILY-TWELVE MONTH8.*.- -.810.00 DAILY-SIX JTONTHS."...?.<*. DAILY- -TH liUB MONTHS.~.*'5 (JINGLE COPIES.5 cent* TO NEWS DBALERS.?cent? LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION TN THE CITT. ?BT THE LIST OF LETTERS re | maiaing in tlx? .Postoffice at the end of eaob week i a published officially ia THE DAILY N3H3WS every Fri day morning. News Summary. The President has arrived at Albany, where he has been publicly welcomed by the Governor and Legislature of New York. The Biohmond Times is pleased with General SCHOFIELD. Georgia bonds in New York are worth ninety cents on the dollar. Another cavalry regiment will probably be sent from Liverpool to Canada to fight the Fenians. The Russian peasants have presented an address to the American Fox. The action of the Philadelphia Convention has raised the prioe of Confederate 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. — 1 September 1866

The Daily News, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBKR 1, 18G6. LARGEST CIKCULATlOiN IS THE STATE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY ?r THE LIST OF LETTERS re muinina in the Fostoffioe at the end. ol each week is published officially i SK THE DAILY NEWS every Fri? day moralna. LOCAL MATTERS. *y 8KB 8EG0ND AND THIRD PAGES. Notice to Agents. Our agents throughout the country are re? quested to make immediate returas of all moneys in their possession, that we may be able to credit those who have paid. We also request that our subscribers who are in arrears will bear in mind that our terms are in advance, and that they will promptly remit their dues. _ _ Post office Notice. On and after September 2d, until further notice, the mails for South Carolina Railroad, on the Au? gusta line, will close at 9 P. M. daily. Mails for Columbia Branch will close atD.30 A. M. STANLEY G. Ti.OIT, A. P. M. WE ABE under obligations to Purser THOMPSON, of the steamer Kate, for Florida papers. HOT.-The thermometer yesterd...

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. — 1 September 1866

N. York Advertisement* KRAUSHAAR & CO. TEE MOST IMPBOVXD 8BAKD AND SQUABS PIANO-FORTES Full Iron Frome and Overstrung Bass, MANUFACTORY AND WAREHOUSE Ho. 19 West Houston-street. Wo. ll NEAR BROADWAY. NEW YORK. THE UNDERSIGNED, MEMBERS OP THF FIRM O? KRAUSHAAR & CO., aro practical Piano makers nd 8B such bare had a large experience ia conneotior with some o. th- best Establishments in thlscountrj nd Europe Ti eir Janos, aro made not merely ioi hem, but t tiiuaa, ai d under their immediate personal npervision, in hey allow no instruments to ieave theil aotory and nss into the hands of their patrons, tiniest bey have a power, evenness, firmness and roundness o: one, an elasticity of touch-without which no Instru? ment ought to be satisfactory to the public-as weU a hat durability in construction, which enablos it to re main in tune and to withstand sudden changes of tem. pera'ture and exposure to extreme heat and cold, which re sometimes unavoidable. They will at ali times be h...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 1 September 1866

ISAAC E. HE??TZ k CO,, P COMMISSION MERCHANTS 'Factors and Auctioneers, ."Nb. 201 EAST BAl CHARLESTON, S. C. Joly 4_ Sn SHIP BROKERS ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO,, / No. 301 BAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S- O-, HAVE COMBINED THE SHIP BROKERAGE WI their GENE KAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, a are now prepared to procure FREIGHTS and OH) TESS. Masters of vessels having no direct Consign can also obtain Freights or Charters hy applying: above. KKFEBEN0E8: GEO. A. HOPLEY St 00. BAVENBL St 00. MOTTET, H?0HET fe 00. MA KS BALL, BEACH & ( WM. P. HALL. R )B'T MUBE fe 00. MORDECAI & 00. WILLIS fe 0HD30LM. June 12_? 8mo WILLIS & CHISOLM, FACTORS? COMMISSION MERCHANT AND SHIPPING AGENTS. WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AI SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Porta) COTTON, RICE, LUMBEB and NAVAL STORES. ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.. a. WILLIS.A. B. CHIBOL Ootober?E_ ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO., Mm and Commission Merchants. NORTH ATLANTIC WHARE AND 128 MEETING 8TBEET, CHARLESTON, S. C. A.. ?etty.S.A. ...

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. — 1 September 1866

HEW GEOKGIA AND TENNES? SEE FLOUR. er gf\ BAGS EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, STOVALL'S OU EXCELSIOR MILLS 200 quarter Extra Georgia Floor, Stovail's Excelsior Mills 800 half bags Extra Georgia and Tennessee Flour, Sweet Water Mills 100 barrels Extra Georgia Flour, Excelsior Mills 100 barrels Extia N. Y. Oit? Mill Flour, Oity of Charles? ton 100 barrels Superfine Ohio Flour. Received on consignment and for sale by J. N. ROBSON, September 1 8tuth3 No. 62 East Bay. JfOLA?SES. SOAP, SALT, ROPE, . TWINE, TOBACCO. (Tf\ BBL8. AND 20 HHDS. BEE HIVE SYRUP, AT .OKJ 506. ard47c. 80 boxes Jackson's Extra No. 1 Soap, at lO^c. 500 sacks Liverpool Salt, in fine order 100 colls % inch bale Rope, at 18c. 5 bale-' Kentucky Hemp Twine 75 boxes Tobacco, for S5o. to 7(ic. 5 bbls. Older Vinegar, at 25c. per gallon. Received on consignment and for sale by J. N. ROBSON, September 1 stuth? No cz East Bay. PERUVIAN GUANO, PACIFIC GUANO, BAUGH'S PHOSPHATE LIME. -J fT TONS GENUINE PKRUVIAN GUANO J, O 10 tons Rosse 's Pa...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 5 September 1866

VOI^lVt? II? No. " i i ii A j_. ^.? -^ ''^ = m -^^^^^ j| ^ -s-'OHA^^^ BY TELEGRAPH. Wonderful from C. W. Field. NEW YORK, September 4.-The following dis? patch was received to-day, and is believed to be the first instance in which any message has been sent from mid ocean to Europe, and thence to America, on the same day: ON BOARD >-TBAMSHIP GREAT EASTERN, I ATLANTIC OCEAN, September 4, 1866. | To 1). H. OKAIO, General Agent Associated Press, Xew York. We have just received telegrams from London saying there is a serious outbreak in Canada. Plcaso advise mo accurately by Cable, via Heart's Content and Valentia, in reg trd to the same. Wo expect to arrive at Heart's Content on Saturday next. All is going well. (Signed) CYRUS W. FIELD. Kn io pi-a ii IV e wa-.Per Callie. BERLIN, August 4 -Couut BISMARK refused to receive a deputation from North Schleswig, who desired to present a petition for tho restoration of their Government to Denmark. The armistice between Saxony and Prussia has...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 5 September 1866

The Daily News? WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1866. TUG Stay Lair Unconstitutional. t - OPINION OF THE COURT OF ERRORS. The State vs. John E. Carew, Sheriff Char? leston District. GEORGE SHAKLOCK VS. B. M. RIVERS. In the Court of Errors, Columbia, May, I860-Dun? kin, Chitf Justice. On 21st December, 1861, the Legislature of South Carolina passed an Act entitled "An Act to extend Relief to debtors and to prevent tho sacn flee of property at public sales." ... By the first section it is provided that It snail not be lawful for any officer or this State to serve or execute anv mesne or final process ot any ol the Courts of this State for the collection of money until after the expiration of the first session ot the next General Assembly of this State, except in the cases therein after specially provided. This Act wan renewed in February and December, 1863-again in December, 1864, and in December, 1865, it was continued in force until the adjourn? ment of the next regular session ot t...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 5 September 1866

The Daily News. ? WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5, 18GC. Georgia Items. CHOLERA IN SAVANNAH.-The Savannah Herald . says: "It gives us pleasure to state that this dis? ease has not, thus far, assumed in our city even the semblance of an epidemic form. The few sporadic cases of dailv occurrence are mostly con? fined to the negro population on the outskirts of the city, -and are traceable to superinducing .causes which can only be removed by a thorough, but, perhaps, impracticable reformation of the loose habita of the class upon which it preys. It is gratifying to know that in the interior por? tions of the city, where sanitary rules are intelli . gently and rigidly observed, cases are of exceed? ingly rare occurrence, and no fears are entertain? ed that it will assume,.a malignant type." It gives us groat pain to announce the death of .Mr. James M. Gordon, who was for some six years past a most faithful ar.d efficient clerk in the business department of this newspaper. His demise, whi...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 5 September 1866

Uti ii. (I BARL WON DULY NEWS, Q. bi. ?ATHUAKTs Ben OR. CATHCART, ?cftLLLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. 18 HAYHE-STREET. TBRMS-OA?H. S?BSORrFTTON. OAILY-TWiJLVE MONTHS.~..- - 5* DAILY-SIX ?TONTH8.- " 5,?i OAILY-'TP'.iiiS MONTHS.-.a,a SINGLE COPIES.5 ctnU ?OMEW8 DEALERS.Scent? LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE GA?GEST CIRCULATION IN TUE CIT!. W THE LIST OF LETTEES re mailling in the Postoffioe at the end of auch week is published officially ia THE DAILY NEWS every Wri day morning. News {Summary. i , - Bear-Ad m irai JOSHUA R. SANDS bas bee7i reliev ed from light house duty and placed on waiting orders. Cleveland has founderies and forges requir ing an aggregate capital of $30,000,000. The iron used ia obtained from Lake Superior. A Paris letter states that the accounts of the harvest in France are not favorable. Corn has risen nearly twenty-five per cent, during tho last four mouths. An invitation has been sent to Presidont JOHN? SON to extend his Western tour to St. Louis. The City Co...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 5 September 1866

The Da\r News. WEDNESDAY MORNING, Kp PEMBER 5,186G JUKtttlST ClI?CULATlOJN ?\p\?f STATT ?i/JMxEST CIRCULATION BJ \p CIT\ W THE IJIST OF tilClTX^jjg re. iBaaixxine in the Postoffioe at Vj?, en(i ot ?moJb weeli is puMished oi?*>iairv 1? TET.?C DAILY NEWS everv_pri. a?y morninu. LOCAL MATTEK8. tfiWS SEU?ND A JV ?J PHI RD PAGES. "3?S Notice t.i Agents. Our agents throughout the country aro re? quested to make immediate returns of all moneys in their possession, that we may bo ablo to credit those who have paid. Weal80 request that our subscribers who arc in arrears will bear in mind that our terms are in advance, and that they will promptly remit their dues. Post. iHce fVotic*. On ami after September 2d, nntiLfurtber notice, the mails for Sou'h Carolina Railroad, on the Au? gusta line, will close at 9 P. M. daily. Mails for Columbia Branch will clone at 9 30 A. M. STANLEY G. TuOl'T, A. P. M. ERSKINE COLLEGE.-Thia college, situated in the beautiful village of Due Weat, will commence i...

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. — 5 September 1866

SPECIAL NOTICES. MET AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD EYEB ?lade new, without Spectacles, Doctor or Medioine Pamphlet mailed free on receipt of ten cents. Address B. B. FOOTS, M. D., No. USO Broadway, New York. November 9_ "?-ARTIFICIAL EYES.-ARTIFICIAL HU? MAN BYES made to order and inserted by Dra. F. BAUCH and P. GOUGELMANN (formerly employed by ROISSONNEAU, of Paris), No. 699 Broadway. Now York. Aprg 14_lyr_ JW MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY, AN ESSAY of Warning and Instruction for Yonng Men. Also, Diseases and Abuses which prostrate the vital powers, with sure means of relief. Sent free of charge m sealed letter envelopes. Address Dr. J. SRILLIN HOUGH. TON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa. August 14_gmo W COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.-THIS CELE-, BEATED Toilet Soap, in snob universal demand, ? made from the choicest materials, is mild and I emollient in its nature, fragrantly scented, and extremely beneficial in its action upon the skin. For gale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. February...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 5 September 1866

THE OLD STERLING- REMEDI FOR DYSPEPSIA., THE GENUINE COLLETON BITTERS ESTABLISHED 1816. THESE BITTERS ARE PURELY A VEGETABLi COMPOUND, and are offered to the public under tilt ullest conviction that they will be found a safe and ?ov r elgn REM KD Y FOR LYSPEPSIA. They have been triumphantly tested by numeroui families and Physicians in the South, who have furnish' ed ample testimony as to their decided excellence. MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS I Cures Nervous Headaohe MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS! Strengthens the Digestive Organi MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS 1 Stimulates a Torpid Livei MRS. JENKINS* COLLETON BITTERS I CorreoAj) Acidity of the Stomach MRS. JENKINS' COLLETCfc ifiTriiR?r . Good Appetit?. MRS. JENKIN8' COLLETON t. Gores Dyspepsia in>r&o"?>.i MRS. JENKINS' OOLLEToSfarTTE ? R?joven?ie? Ol i \ ? MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTER SI Are truly called "The People's Medicine " FOR SAL3 BY ALL DRUGGISTS. FOR SALE AY ALL DRUGGI8TS. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. FOR 8 ALE...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 5 September 1866

HA?. UU&N, U_iVS, __OUK. t\?\?\ BALES I'HI ME N. R. HAY t)UU 30 0 hu h^la Prime Wh'te Corn 8WK) bushels Western While Corn 6(K)0 bushels Wt-s-ern Mixed Corn 2000 bushels Prime Oats 100 bbla. Extra, Super, Fine and Middling I Flour 60 sacks New Southern Flour ALSO, Fresh ground GRIST ann MEAL, constantly on hand. For sale by JNO. OAMPSEN & CC, No. 14 Market, opposite State street. September 5 2 FLOUR ! FLOUR ! 1 f\f\ BBLS. EXTRA. FLOOR, SOUTHERN WHEiT. lUU 10 bales Dundee Bagging. Just received and for Bale by CLAOIUS & WITTE, Septembers ws2 No. 80 East Bay. OATS, HAY AND CORN. ()AAA BU8HEI.S PRIME OAT 8, PER STEAM _ KJ \J\J ER ADELE, for sale from wharf in lots . te snit purchasers. IN STORE . 1000 BUbHELS PRIME TIMOTHY HAY. 600 bush els Prime White Corn. 500 bushels Prime Mixed Oom. WEST k JONES. September 4 2 No. 76 East Bay. CORN. OAA/A BUSHELS PKIME WESTERN MIXED j?\J\)KJ CORN. For sale low, by Somber 4 2 T. J. KERR _ CO. COR?TCORN! /~_/^_ BUSH ILS PRIME WESTERN SLIG...

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

VOI^lVt? II? No. " i i ii A j_. ^.? -^ ''^ = m -^^^^^ j| ^ -s-'OHA^^^ BY TELEGRAPH. European News-Per Cable. BERLIN, Friday, September 7, P. M.-The bill to annex Hanovor, Heese, Nassau and Frankfort . to Prussia has passed the Chamber of Deputies. ' The Prussian Constitution is to take effect on tho first of October. Count BISMARK has introduced a bill for tho an? nexation of Schleswig-Holstein to Prussia, with the .exception of the district ceded to Oldenburg. The German Gazette and tho Belgian Presse are hostile to these movements, and fears for tho fu? ture aro entertained. . Saxony gives up to Prussia tho fortress of Konigstern. LIVERPOOL, September C-Evening.-Cotton market steady; uo chance iu price. Sales 10,000 bales. Middling Uplands 13d. BreRdstufls active and higher. Wheat advanced 4i?. Corn advanced *6d. >r quarter. Provisions .quiet, and without mat. al change. SECOND DISPATCH. LIVERPOOL, Saturday-Noon.-The Royal Mail steamship Jaoa sailed to-day for New York with ?29...

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 September 1866

The Daily News, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10,1866. We are Coming. [Fzom the La Crosse Democrat.] Hespcctfully dedicated to New England fanatic* and their indcrsers in tbe spirit of New England Christianity. The music for tho following will shortly be ready for the public. Wo are comine, tools of tyrants ! From prairie and from ?leu, To brina back a happy Union, Or die like lighting men ! We are coining from the wheat-fields Of the brouci aud gen'mun West, To drive New Jbiiglmo Uniou-haters To regions of the-blest ! We are coming, not for vengeance, But. to i attie tor tho Right. And to teach you cantiug hypocrites That we >'are you to the light! We are corning for our bauuer, From which you stole eleveu stars : And ?ve'll hav^ it. hy the Kternall Or we'll have still other wars. And we want the CONSTITUTION As it was in flays .f yore, And every State in the Union Itepres-nted on that door. White men t i govern white men, AS iii the days of WASHINGTON, Or you'll find the years ot b...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 10 September 1866

MONDAY MO-KING, SEPTEMBER 10,1866. COMMERCIAL. Ki x Morts. NEW YORK-Per steamship Saragossa-101 bales Cot toQ, 2 ba- s Yarn, 457 hbls Rosin, 18 packages Po? tatoes. 37 i nipt D trrols, 124 bars Railroad iron, 61 packages Bowl nea.Per sehr Wide World-61 bales Cot on, 4"'0 bbl? Spirits Turpentine, 46 bbls Rosin Oil, 33,476 feet Lumber, 93 casks Clay, 186 empty A o Carrols. 23 empty Carboys, 16 packages Teas.'? boxes ndigo, 3 boxes Matches, 7 '.oxes* Mdze, 10 boxes Paints, 1 bale Wrappers, lot Chains, Copper. &c. : BALTIAlUhE-Fer steamship Adele-68 bales Cotton, 6 bundles and 176 loose Hides. PROVIDENCE, It I-Per sehr Bo ?vdoin-115 OOO feet Pine Lumber. TLe Charleston Cotton Market. In consequence of the difference of views between buyers and Bellers, the latter asking old u rices and the former desiring a reduction, the difficulty o? negotia? ting Foreign Eschar ge, and tho light stock-these . causes combined brought the market to a stand on Saturday, and the inly sales were 15 ba...

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 September 1866

THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, a. R. CATHCART, EDITO*. CATHCART, HcMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. No. 18 HA Y] IE-STREET. SUBSORl'PTION. 0AIL7-TWELVE MONTHS.?^.^^??O.OO PAIL7-SIX VONTHS. HAILY-TF:<EE MONTHS.?.8.5 BINGLE COPIES.-....? centn ff) NEWS DEALERS.3 centn ?AR6EST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE C1T?. ?jr THE LIST OW LETTERS re maining in tho Postoffioe at the encl of each weeic is published officially ia THE D-AJXiY NEWS every Fri? day morning. News Summary. JONATHAN WORTH (the present incumbent) and General 6. W. LOGAN are mentioned as candidates for Governor of North Carolina, at the election in October next. It is said that BONNER offered to endow a pro? fessorship ic General LEE'S College, provided that the General would write him an article a week for the Ledger. But General LEE is no such humbug as to take np with that sort of a proposition. Captain LAFON, of the French eli ip Martha! PeUissier, arrived at Havre from Bio Janeiro, re? ports the d...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 10 September 1866

The Daily ZSTevg. MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 18? JLQCAL MATTERS. tW BBSS 8XOOIVD AND THTRI> PAQSS. ?O? Notice to Agents. Our agents throughout the country are re? quested to make immediate returns of all moneys in their possession, that we may be able to credit those who have paid. Weal80 request that our subscribers who aro in arrears will bear iu mind that our terms are in advance, and that they will promptly remit their dues. To CORRESPONDENTS. -The communication from W.iH. E. on tho Great West vs. the East, will ap- j pear to-morrow. WE ARE indebted to General Superintendent j W. 8. HAINES, of the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad, for acceptable favors extended this office. THE QUAKER CITY.-We learn that this elegant steamer has resumed her place upon the line be? tween this city and New York, under her popular commander, Capt. WEST, and that she left New York on Saturday, and will leave here next Satur? day, the 15th. THE QUEEN FIIIE INSURANCE COMPANY.-We would call the attenti...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 10 September 1866

The Daily News. MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10,18fiG. Kort ll ano li nu Items. We understand that an accident happened on the Wilmington and Manchester Railroad, last night, near Sumter, S O., by which tho mail train for this place was thrown off the trade. We havo not heard what damage was done, nor whether any person .was injured by the accident. [ Wilmington Dispatch. BIGAMY.-We are informed, by a letter from a reliable gentleman in Robeson Ouunty, of tho par? ticulars of a recent villainous outrage. It ap? pears that Mr. Harvey, of Riohmond, Va., r. rail? road contractor, worked on the Piedmont Road some months ago-having in his employment one John T. Price, of Buckingham Oountv, Va., as a blacksmith. Price became acquainted with Mis* Fannv Whitemore, a respectable young lady of j Bookingham County, and married her last March, while thus engaged on tho railroad, boon after Mr. Harvey moved bis business and hands to tho Wilmington, Charlotto aud Rutherford Railroad, in Richmond Cou...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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