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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 10 September 1866

The Daily ISTews. MONDAY MOUNSNG, SEPTEMBER 10, 18G6. Georgia Items. CONTEMPT O;-' COURT -J. Kenedy, a nephro, who prides himself somewhat on his oratorical powers, "was brought up before his Honor yesterday morn? ing, charged with being driuiK near tho market on Saturday afternoon; also with fighting in tho streets and resisting a police oflioer. {venedy ac? knowledged the i harpes, and stilted that his rea? son for rt Histing a policeman was. that he didn't think they had any right to collar him. Perhaps, to his mind's pye, the policeman had no right to collar a dandified colored gcmman like him ; nevertheless, as the police aro empowered to col? lar all refractory characters, white or black, when under arrest, and Keued.v's argument not holding good, ho was lined twenty dollars or to be placed on the chain gan? for thirty days. Thc* prisoner, on hearing his sentence, sta'ed in a contemptuous manuer that there was no chain gang for him, .whereupon he was called back, to his great ...

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 September 1866

SEED. RYE, BAULKY, WINTER WHEAT AND OATS, ?fcc., Ac, &c. O/A /"v/~V BUPIIF.LS PK IM ?i W HITE BALTI ll OB E miUvJ coiiN 2000 bushels primo White Western Oats "500 bushels prune Yellow Bors? Corn ~y(Ki t'aies prune North Biver Hay. All in ?oed shipping order, and will be sold low, for ^APP'ytO JOHN BINNS, No. 219 East Bay, opposite new Custom House. f?- No extra charge lor shipping. Sepiembor 10 _mwf3 FRESH GEORGIA FLOUR OF THE BEST BHA5IDS. 1 i\ f \ SACKS EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR lUU ] 00 sacks Extra Flour 175 sacks Superfine Flour 125 tacks Fine aud Middling Flour. In stoie and for sale at wholesale and rcia^by^ Hiker's Mills, No. 17 Anson-street. Septf-mbor 10_^_ SYRUP! SYRUP! e>r\ BABBEL8 GRFENPOINT SYRUP Ol/ :?5 barrels Fine Portland Syrup. V For aalo low by . ? AVENEL & OO.. East Bay, corner of Vandorhorst wharf. September 10 _ 2 . CORN! CORN! t?~\?\?^\ BUSHELS PRIME WESTERN CORN. 1 O U \J Eor sale low by J-^^ v RAVENEL & CO., East Bay, corner of Vauderhorst Wharf. Sen...

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 September 1866

VOI^lVt? II? No. " i i ii A j_. ^.? -^ ''^ = m -^^^^^ j| ^ -s-'OHA^^^ BY TELEGRAPH. South Carolina Legislature. - [SPECIAL TO THE CHARLESTON DAILT. NEWS.] COLUMBIA, September 10.-In the House, to .day, there was considerable discussion on the 'resolutions introduced by Mr. CARLINGTON ; also on the resolution: of the Senate to ad? journ on the. 18th. Tho former was referred to a Special Committee, who are to report by bill at this session. Tho consideration of the lat? her was postponed till to-morrow. The Special Committee on Mr. GABLIXGTON'S resolutions consists of the following gehtle .men : GABLINGTON, TBESOOT, MULLINS, DEPASS. The Committee at onoe Bet to work. In the Senate, a bill was presented, and resolutions adopted, to institute proceedings ? quo warrante, [against all railroads in the v?tate. European News-Per Cable. BERLIN, September 10, A. M.-The Upper House 'Of the Prussian Diet has passed the bill to indem . nify the King for aoting without the assent of the Diet in t...

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 September 1866

Tiie Daily News, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER ll,. 1866. The Great West vs. the Bast. Mr. Editor of'ike Daily Netos .--My attention has been called to a very able article in your paper of the 4th inst.; on the "Great Wost." After paying a very just tribute to its rich Boil andvmighty streams-its strides in wealth and opulence-you use the following language : Morally it is a sink of iniquity. Its society to af a lower order, iind shows a .le?? rfSmM^ proprieties and even decencies of ^J?1 m*?fd course than that of any other?countryinthe world having the least pretensions to e, Jgf der arson and robbery tire rife incidents or piga Sery piper, while in the hot beds o its demgrali ISSrierism, Freeloveism ^?>gg j?* other disgusting humbugs have risen to the dig niTv of sects-while Mormonism has obtained re ? n5S ? requires a separate State for its sole accommodation. .., Such sweeping language will bo read with sur? prise by tboao who have over visited or spent any considerable time in ...

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. — 11 September 1866

The Da?lv Ne* TO, TUESDAY MQRNING; SEPTEMBER ll, 1866. COMMERCIAL. Imports. .GOTTENBUBG, SWEDEN-Per Swedish brig Princessa Louise-J318 bars Iron, to Bones, Brown fi: Co; 9a0 bars Iroj, to Hart & Co; 731 bars Iron, to J E Adger & Co; ii bundles and 5032 bars Iron, to J M Freds berg. Export!. LIVERPOOL-Per Br ship Sedbergh-20 bales 81 and IOU bales Upland Coi ton, 31* bbls and 78 cans Spi? rits Turpentine, 1484 bbls Rosin. The Charleston Cotton Market. The market was quiet yesterday, and the transactions | were confined to about S bales of Full Middlingsjat 31c. .per lb. Angnsta Market. ? > AUGUSTA, September 7.-"Business generally bas | been dnll to-day. We have no transactions to note in . gold or securities. Brokers are still asking 145 and giv? ing 143. frilver unchanged. Exchange Ho premium. COTTON-TherO has been a fair demand for gqDd | grad?s, but little offering. Holders are firmer in their views, and decline to sell Good Middling at 30 cents. 1 .Strict Middling to-...

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 September 1866

THE MARLESTON DAILY NEWS, G. B. OATHCAKTj BDITO?. CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS, ' ito. ?8 HAYNE-STREET. F'-..: SUBSORH-TION. HAUY-TWELVE MONTHS.^'?-.^910.00 DAILY-SIX MONTHS.. - oAat-f^gs MONTHS.....-.? -.*.* BINGLE COPIES..'. i..:..............-.5 cent? SRJHBWS DBAflaiBSi.^;...;..'..........?ont? 6AB#I^^ IN TU? STATE. ?AEeSST ?IECIJLATYON ES THE CITY. ?0- TECH] LIST OF1 LETTERS re j mailling in the iFostofrloe at tue end of aaoh -w?els is published officially ia THB DAILY NEWS eTeryFri <l^y morning* JSTews Summary. Accounts ?from Tennessee say that the com crop in that State is greater than during any pre? nons year within the memory uof the oldest in? habitant.1 M, ... The Pr?sident is expected to areive in Cincin? nati tb-d?y, and Will proceed from there to Pitts? burg, Baltimore;and Washington, where he is ex? pected by Saturday ?night. .Great preparations are every where making for his'reception. Herr VON DBEXSE, the inventor of the needle gun, has constructe...

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 September 1866

The Daily JSTewg TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER H.18?G 1ABGEST CIBC?LATI03? Hf THE STATE &ABGEST CIECULAT?ON IN TUE cm 9SF THE LIST OF LBTTBRS re snafuing to the Fostofflce at tte wi? ol each week is polished officially la THE DAILY NEWS every IPri ?iay moralina._;_ LOOAITJ?ATTERS. t M--~~~~~~~" ?V- BEE SECOND AND THIRD PASEE. "Ct _-. Notice to Agenta. 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 j those who have paid. We also request that our subscribers who are it arrears will bear in mind that our terms are in advance, and that they will promptly remit their dues._ Om; READING ROOM.-We would call the atten? tion of the public to our free reading room, which ia now fitted up complete. Here the latest jour _als from all sections of the country can be found, as well aa the latest prices currents, tele? graphic bulletins, and ship news. WB ABE indebted to Col. THOS. Y. SIMONS, who I was a...

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 September 1866

FAMILY GROCERIES! WILLIAM S. CORWIN & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ?CHOICE FAMI-L^ GEOOERIES. AND IMPORTERS OF PINE WINES, BRANDIES, TEAS, SEGARS, ETC. NO. 259 KING STREET, OPPOSITE HASEL, CHARLESTON, AND "No. 900 Broadway, New York. -!-.0 ^nwrj * pr, RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS THAT BY RECENT WS. ^BWIN .?sw. " lved a NEW AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FAMILY GROOERIES, and are . ""ul T?,nlv tho publio at WHOLESALE OR RETAIL, at ?ie lowest markot prices. The quality of our now preyaiwnu BUKf j Q? oomment, as the consumer is better able to judge of both quality and price. Suffioe Ooods and tn?Prj\,pnKrr all our XEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, and everything of foreign growth and manufacture, it to say malwa "?f" ' of thom at REASONABLE PRICES, but can assure the purchase* that they are and are not ?u''M"hv "saalne through SEVERAL HANDS, as is the custom before reaching the retail dealer, and B0^nrwfiaro Mfe iu saying that the QUALITY of our articles CANNOT BK EXCEL...

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 September 1866

, The Daily ISTe^ TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER ll Who Jack Hamilton Is. The New York World publishes the fe exposure of tho 'cowardly fellow HAMIL? Provisional Governor of Texas, and th< brother Tycoon of BROWNLOW, in the Rev ?ry Convention now being held in Philadel Every ono knows that "piler up of blasp adjectives,'"- Parson Brownlow, but .tba shining light of the bogus loyal Southernei Hamilton, is not so well known. We give orableact of his publie career, for* the-'.? benefit of his present party friends .??; ".. . At a'meetiDg of the citizens pr Travis < assembled on the 16th of.J??e, in the City tin. to express their approbation of the lati ed-c?ndnot Of Hon. Preston 8; Brooks, o Carolin's, the Hon. A. J: Hamilton was c the chair, and A. J. Lott appointed secrets On motion of Wm. Byrd, the following pr and resolution's/were unanimously adopte Whereat, We have learned with Bincere ure of the prompt and merited castigation ed by the Hon. Preston s. Brooks, of Saut! lina, up...

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 September 1866

CORN, BACON, MOLASSES. Etc. -f f\f\ f \ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN i\.'\J\J 60 Iihds Choice Sides and Shoulders 100 barrels Muscovado Molasses 20 lilids MitHcovaao Molasses 25 barrels Flack & f ou's Whiskey IC barrels Miller's Old Ttye Whiskey For Bate by STREET BROTHERS k CO., September ll 1_No. 74 Unit Bay. BACON, BUTTEE CHEESE. .I e HHDS. PRIME BACON SHOULDERS J,tr 10 bods. Prime Bacon Sides 10 firkins choice Goshen Butter 20 boxes Cheese. For tale low by JAS. CANTWELL k CO., No. 114 East Bay, corner Fraser's Wharf. September ll . _3 MOLASSES AND TOBACCO. tA BBLS. PRIME MUSCOVADO MOLASSES OU 10 half bblfl. Good Tobacco. ??___?, For sale by W. H. EASTERBY, No. 118 East Bay (Up StairB). September ll_3 PRIME BACON AND HAMS. S?r\ HOGSHEADS PRIME RIBBED SIDES -?d\J 5 hogsheads Prime Olear Sides 6 hogsheads Prime Cloar Ribbed Sides 10 hogsheads Prime Shoulders 0 boxes Prime Shoulders 2U tierces Prime Bacou 8trips 6 tierces "Washington" Hams JO tierces Sugar-cured Hams 5 hogshead-? Se...

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. — 24 September 1866

. ~VOT TTME III~No. 345.1 QHAB^STO^ S. P., MONJ/AY, SEPTEMBER 34^ 1866._PRICE FIVE OESTTf? BY TELEGRAPH. Per AUnntic Telegraph. LIVERPOOL^ Friday Evening, September 21. ?Cotton advanced ?d. Sales 15,000 bales; Middliu;: Uplands 13|d. Breadsmffs unchanged. Mixed j corn 27c 9d. Beef advancing, 23. Gd. Pork inac? tive. Bacon and cheese lower. LINDON, Fridiy Evening, September 21.-Con? sols 894. 5.20'd7J4 DRESDEN, September 21.- Peace has been con? cluded between Prussia and Saxony. VIENNA, September 21.-Austria has sent ?charge d'affaires to Berlin. BEULTN, September 21.-Th? King has issued decree of amnesty for sundry officers. PAMS, Ssptember 21.-rNAPOLEON has gone^o Biarritz. Cholera ac Louisville. LOUISVILLE, September 23 -Eleven doaths from .cholera have occurred for tho twenty-four bonn endiui,* yesterday. Every ono is leaving the city .. /who is a ole. Busiues^ staguant in consequence. Miscellaneous JTews. 'NEW YORK, September 23.-The steamer Cathe? rine Whiling, from Wilmington...

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. — 24 September 1866

Ehe Daily News. MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 19(56. State Items. TUE Fount CAROLINA COXFERERCE.'-KO'-- Dr. Charles Taylor, a member of the South <'^'?.Jma Copferen'-o, and formerly Missionary ^"lna, who has (luring this vcnr been a resi'/,!llt ot tljl" town an pastor of tho'Sumtcr Circuit- has accept? ai the 1'residenov cf a Coll?ge at .W'/^burg, near Lexirigtou, Koniuoliy, and will W'crtly remove to his new fie! 1 of labor in that iflte-. Inadequacy of support is his only reason f"v Maying ns. What? ever he mav gain bv the u)i*flSe> 1113 vt'ry certain that wo gain' nothing. '/n0 Cutneren?o loses a member greatly endend to the ministry and membership through"116 its bounds, and tho State loses a valuable etti?011 Bey. H. A. C. Walker, of tho same Conference, and now stali^d at Summerton, i.s also al)ont to' transfer hts connection to the Kentucky Confer euee. Few, if ??.v, aro more widely known, or more generally beloved in South Carolina. That such wen have to sever the fond...

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. — 24 September 1866

THE QUEEN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, LIVERPOOL MD LOADON. Authorized Capital, ?2,000,000 Sterlieg. Subscribed Capital, ??,885,220 sterling. PAID UP CAPITAL AND SURPLUS... .$1,392,115 A SPECIAL FUND OF $200,009 Is held by tho losarme? Department at Albany, for the benefit of Policy Holders, iu accordance .>? iib thc lair of thc State of New York. THE QcEZN FISS INSURANCE COMPANY insure against LOSS or DAMAGE hy FI h E. on Building?, Mer? chandise, Household Furniture, Rents, &c., at tho usaal rates. Lesses adjusted in New York, and promptly paid without reference to England. U. S. BRANCH, NO. 117 BKOADTvAY, SEW YORK. GIBBES &CO., Agents, NO. 10 ADGEEo SOCTH WHARF. September 10 FORMERLY "THE MARION STAR." THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING, IN 18G5, PURCHASED t the PRE^, TYPE, MATERIAL, and good wju 0f} the old "MAlilON STAR," and changed the nime to ttl at of " THE CRESCENT," WOULD BESPEOTFULLT CALL THE ATTENTION of the public to the fact that his paper is tho oldest in this Bection of th...

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. — 24 September 1866

o K i fi, BARLEY, WHEAT, OATS. 1 15 RIVI >'G DAILY, AND CARFFULLY SELECTEl J\ roi: FALL PLAN'l INO. Venons needing MIC! Seed, miad i" your orders, that taey miy bo tilled o' arrival. SS STOKE AND POlt SALE: oRN 200'i BUSHELS PRIME WHITE BALTIMORE" 3000 bushels Prime White Western Corn 2500 bushels Prime Yellow Yf'estern Corn 5000 pf ai uti s Bran 3 '00 lbs. Shorts 300 bales Prime North River Hay. ALSO, ('41*. 250 bales PBIVIE NORTH UlVE?>???LDWELL : TO AMUVE BY THE SCHOOSEB ??BN ME sL AND j GRIST, CRLCRED CORN. " JOHN BINNS, FLOUR. t6 yow Custom-House. No. 219 East Bay, opf mwa3 September i4 .-" " " Si UV ,-kuA, pLoufl. I N*^ItBAGS EXTRA FLOOR 9 O A Q0-W bags Eitra Flour ?IKJXJ \?(, pllis. Extra Flour "75 bb s. Superfino Flour. a daiiv receipt, direct from tho Mid, pureba ^'"'f.iroend upon getting an article they eau recom sers rrnl. !?t .",." vvic0 tuan same good* can bo impovt North? J- N.KOBSON. e??pfimber 24 mwft No. 6i East Bay. GR?'DB TUBPENTINB WANTED ?/\f\ BBLS. CRUDE ...

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 October 1866

VOI^lVt? II? No. " i i ii A j_. ^.? -^ ''^ = m -^^^^^ j| ^ -s-'OHA^^^ j . , Northeirri Election Returns.. !. BAI.TIMOBE, October 10.-Tlie municipal election ! tis proceeding quietly. Tho vote ia confined ex j 'elusively to the registered list. > ' :i.-''-V^?fewaPH?, October IO.-GEARY'S U :'thia.city is 4533, and in the State fromf.OOO to 16, 1 ?rO??; RANDALL, Democrat, for Oon?ress, lias 4600 :j majority, a gainof 2500. KELLY. M?EBS and O NEK,, Kepublicans, elected by iWucedmajonlies. TAY- , i MB, Republican, beat Ross, Democrat, m the 4 ''*S?xtl? District, where tho Democrats confidently ['f Expected a galu. DENNISON, Democrat, is elected ?? in tho Twelfth District, but his election will be ? 'contested, on grounds of illegal votes in Dnverne I ..County. Gen. COKE, Republican, is elected in the i ,'Tenth District-a gain. JOHN COVODE, Republi ! <oan,is reported elected in thaT^'ty?flMtDfe-. p. j triol, wm^?b would b?'?" galil. Pennsylvania Con-' ' greasional,/delegation stands...

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 October 1866

? THURSDAY MORNIXG, OCTOBER ll, 1866. LETTER PROMO. W. W. LETTER NO. X. PARIS, 18GG.-If I am to visit Southern France, to sail on tho lakes of Geneva, to climb the snow? capped Alps of Switzerland, to look upon tho mil? lion and a half of Austrian and Prussian soldiers, who aro standing in battle array, awaiting the or? ders of their Generals, I must not linger too long on the banks of tho Seine, in the Gardon of the Tuileries, nor wander in the market places, look? ing at the women coming in from ?neir httle country gardens, with their long baskets strapped on their backs, filled with vegetables to feed the millions of hungry people, and *t the five thousand fat butchers, with miles ot stalls filled with beef, pork, mutton, lamb and real, and at the myriads of fish, j and at the acr<?s of wine, beer, cider, ale, eggs, j butter and cheese; and the "white mammaus," with twenty thousand baskets filled With peaches, nectarines, pears, plums, grapes, prunes and figs, all from the val...

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