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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 1 December 1866

n?% jpius. "SATURDAY MORNING, DEOEMBEB 1, 18GG. U,Jo *S?3_Ii STATE ?TEMS. k'*i?? ? _ Cottbt of Appeals.-Tho Court of Appollo com ?uofaecd its Bittinga nt Columbia for tlio Fall Terra osday last. Frcaont-lion. li. F. Donkin, of. Justice; D. L. Waudi.aw anil John A. $. Associa to Justices. __io Charleston Docket, being first in order, was called, anti tho following cases licartl : aE. Martin rs. the City Council of Charlcst-n. "artin fur motion; Mr. \Y. D. Porter coutin. ayiland, Lindsey ?.. Co., vs. Victor Wolff. Mr. "ips for motion;* Mr. liui.it contrn. .cb C. Mcggeth, admr., us. Bunine* 0. Black, Mr. Lord for motion; Mr. Wni. "Wlialoy to oard. rgotti W, Sama; saino vs. Chaplin; R ad vs. .w?ro continued; and Youuiana tuls. l'orry. watf diamit-Bed. ;0n yesterday tho Court waa ongagod iu tho ox iH_in_tion of applicants for admission to practico ^?io Law and Equity Courte of thia State. Tho wing gentlemen woro admitted : ". La to.-Bobe it Aldrich, C. K. Andoi-Hon, 0. E, loUon, 0. N. Su...

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 December 1866

OFFI-CIAI-. LIST OF LETTERS Boniaiiiing in Iho Post?nico at Oliorleston, for tho wook a nain?; NOVEAIU?B M. I*?!1'. aud ?r__f?_ toboprlutcd in Tub D.vii.v ??_._ mgnotblf to tho following section of ?io now 1V-.1-.V. -o law. na tho uowsp.ipor having tho largest .?KUtaUou i-.i the City o! Charleston : Rfction ". Vid bo 'l ftn__er enacted, Tlint list* of lot torai run ?iiii.i*' uiodlod tor in any Post?nico in nuy city, fc^T, o' V iii .?-. ??lloro ? newspaper shall bo printed. Bimll lum um" I?? |.itl>liH?ii--l onco only lu tho nowHpaper SSKS puU-iilMil weokly or oilonrr, shall have tho _*rgo.J-*ir.a_.i.i-.-i within raugo of delivery of t li o Raia ofllco. jay PonOM ?-Hing for Letters Advertised, should irtntn tb-t thof nn "Advertised." #?,- Ollie, hours from 8 A. M. to 0 P. M. Ou Sundays, from I o't lodi io 2 o'clock P. M. .-TANU-Y O. TROTT, Acting Postmaster. WOMEN'S LIST. Baker, 3_?. Bouta-m. Kimo Bishop. Lu-jf Bickley, M._D Blikely. M?-J Boner.?, Mary P Bollon. Ml*.-? ? Broad?. M ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 3 December 1866

y ?> r^c iVt 1TOLUME III....NO. 404.3 CHARLESTON S. C. MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 18GG. [PRICE FIVE CENTS ^TELEGRAPHIC. -a^av South Carolina Legislature. IfEOIAI, TO TOE CDA-LESTON DAILY NEWS.] ?ColuMuia, December 1.-Tho olcction for Secr? state and CoinmiBBiouorB in Equity occu Bd-Ota, Hotioos tbo largor part of this morn?ig. ancral-aLT.iSON Capebs was oloctoil Secretary of ?to by a vory ?attoring voto-91-a majority of over Huntt, tbo lato incumbont. No opposi 3n in the elections for Commissioners in Equity, ?.copi for -'airfield District. II. A. Gaillabd, tho Bsont incumbont, rocoivod Hi votos, and A. 8. ?gl'.s 63. Aikj.n's Hill tonmond tho loth soction of i first A?liclo o? tbo Constitution, miking tbo 30mbly meet on tbo 4th Monday in January, fus referred to tho Coramittoo on tho Judiciary. I Mr. Mullins moved that Mr. Black's resolution, .Oil the inc-pndionoy of at present ontoring inlo An election of United States Sonator, bo refer red to ?. special Conimittco of both Hous...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 3 December 1866

MONDAY MORNING, Dl-Cl-MDISK 3,18GG. OUI* FOREIGN COIIIIESP?NDENCE. rAliiB, November C.-Tln? fillb of November W8B eel- bi at ed ht__ Ihta year with unusual splendor Our flow and beary Ctou-ta., .on tho ollior aid? ?- <!." chouno-, W?1 keep np til. Btupil lmini'M.ry ?f animal-j. hanging Guy Fawuks in ?fl?g? ou ti* tiny. Tim mercurial FrtiR-l nun' lv oin T" in Hu- pioeonl, anil a bril liant jmrade, -ucli ne w? had y?. U-r.'oy, ia mora to Li-1.-1'-. 'Mr- I'll"?'' ti Gi.rd wan tabs ro vie-.???! OH I lia R I? ?I1 l!o..lo?i:r, and the entre neighborhood or i ho placd wa? d.nst-ly packed willi in iinm- ?a?'ll<,a- ?' -l'-n.v ivml WfioM specta tors. 'J In- |0' p!o ramo emly in Iho morning, to ?k to bo certain (ifobtaining eli ililo Beats. They broug'it ti? i. dinnerfthtl thiir babies with tliein. Their p ?ti? me inn??- have li en great, ami no lout? tln.ir in ig'i.-, bul 1 doubt nut they were well re wmd.d in Ilia t'ud, f r ib?, ?li p'ny of military pomp ?a- . i-f-Uli gi anti far ahoad...

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

MONDAT MORNINO, ?HCEMBER 3, 18GC. OOMMKItOIALi. Import*. MATANZAS-ror biig Castillan-32 lihda Sugar, 84 lind? and 43 tibia Molum--, to (Mtt| 03 hhila Sugar, 37,000 Hu/..im, ?40 bains Tobacoo, a boxes Vormicolll, _ boxes Soap, :17 bos?-.'? Prouorves and ??"wcotmoat-, 13,000 Or auges, U ?lemijohus Vindgar, 7 boxoo Hundrics, to Salsa ?V CO. ?sports. mtW YORK-Per steamship SarnnoBS?-100 baloo B I ??ml 775 iiuli'n Upland Cutlon, 10 balea Y tiru, 6 bales Cloth, UK) bbls Drlod Fruit, C3 Fackagos. (li a ric? i <>n Coito.i Bfarlcet. OFFICE OF Til B DAILY NEWS, ) CUAR-E8TO??, Saturday livening, December 1. J Tho ?.tapio continues depressed, and purchasers only s-eriivj to go on at loiror ficures, soliera woro compell ed to accept rates about ouo cunt lovrcr than tho day bo fore, ?aloa abont 31-1 bales, viz. : 2 at 22, 10 at 20, 33 at 2t*>?, 17 at 29, 11 ot 29'i, 137 ni 30, 9 at 30.M, 99 at 31, lind ?at 32 cents. Wo quote: Low Middling.- ?30 Middling.31 ii Strict Middling.?2 (??-{ Aug...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 3 December 1866

iiiiMtijI?'slw-lii IMi G. R. CATHCART, Enrron, CATUCAHT, MCMILLAN ?Se MORTON, l'KOI'IUETORS*. No. l8 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS CASH. snBSCUlPTION. DAILY-TW KI.VK MONTHS.?IO.MI DAILY-SIX MONTI?. ?"?.BO DAILV-TllllKi: MONTH--. 'A.r.O S1NG?.I-* copii-s.s ??"??a TO HEWS DEALER?.-.;{ cents N13 W S SU MM All Y. - .??-?. - - A late London Li' oral newspaper prints "For Frosi-Io-t ol' Englaod, Jose Bbioht." Jiidgo MaOBODBS will bring boforo tho United Flalcs Supremo Court? llio constitutionality of the Civil Right. Bill, which he has disregarded ami violated. An Italian paper gave nn account ol'tho intorviovr ol' Sir, ai.ADS'1-o.SE With ?ho Pope. Mr. Gladstone publisher n cuni in one ol' tho Roman papora to Bay that Ulta wa- a'l tv fabrication. g_Ai Archdeacon in at th'i head ol' a movomont in England in favor of allowing tho laboring claasca to engage at cricket and other athletic aporta, on Sunday afternoon, after ?ponding tho morning at church. GeorcieD. PRiiN-rioEvv.i.shvnquotc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 3 December 1866

$ Jw? g}a% |j?ius. MONDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 3, 180(1. LARGEST ClliC?LATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. JOSTTIIK- LIST OF J-lV/irTKI.S III-. MA?NING in Hu' -PostofBee at the. eml of ntioh woels in i>uV>1?h1io?1 oilL oiuUy in _. II J . I_> _A_ II. V _N" Id "VV S cvpry l?fi"i?la.v momxlttflC LOCAL MATTERS. On oi. r inside pages this morning will be found nu interesting article on Reconstruction, by HoBAOC Giieeley ; Foreign Correspondence. Literary ! Notices, State Items, etc. The Augusto Press, of Saturday, mentions the following railroad accident : "The passenger train on tho South Carolina Railroad, duo hero at live o'clock P.M., yesterday, ran off the track when about thrco milos from this city. Fortunately, tlioro was no one hint. The engine carno up lo the city and the passengers and maila were subse quently brought up." The First Gah For. TUB Si-ti-Er Railway.-The Btcamship (Irantula, which arrived here yesterday from New York, brought tho first car f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 3 December 1866

mi% $m& MONDAY UOBNINOj DECEMBER 3, 18f.fi. W_Rr_?REELEY ON RECONSTRUCTION. An Ho?acb QstWnTMt in unquestionably ono of Uio represen U-tlvo mou of tho North, tho editor of tho loading HopttWiO-Ul journal, and moreover ia likolv to bo elected to tho United Slates Sonato, his opinion on questions of national policy morits attention, BotoWWO gho nu editorial of bia, pub lished in tho Tribuna of Ibo 27th ult., cntitlod "Tho Truo IlawM of l.oconatruction," which wo oomnmiiv.d to tho porusal of our renders : TUB Tl'.UiJ BASES OF Il?CONSTlt?CTION. Aboil' to start, l'or BOUM wooka' Hojourn in tho Weat who ICO I cannot readily anil coiis.niitly con for w'.th Uio goiiorol public, I wish to loavo my con tribution-t?? tho general mass of suggo'tion and oriticl?m touching the truo bases ol' Diitiomu resto ration sud concord so plainly Bot forth tout it can not bo misquoted i.or niiBi.pro.-outod. That I n.ivo long hold tho m vin foundationa of a ffomdno, enduring roboltlomout of oiu- disturbo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 3 December 1866

?flu; |?ii?i| %mz MONDAY MORNINO, DECEMBER 3, 1300. I STATE ITEMS. I Our community ivan piinfullv eaddcrod by tho unexpected intelligence of the death ni Mr. William T. Wilson, lu Mr. Wilson our section baa sus tained a losi which wo n_ foo). Ho wjsiunan of that sterling worth of character tu.it ever loora. k itu impress upon society. Ho was f?>r Boma tmo a k momberof tho Legislature hut I lu 'lifluonco waa more of a moral and religion-, llinn political char acter. IIo vriib for Eovcral joans a ruling old.*r m the Presbyterian Chinch, and Iii? I0-3 will bo felt not only hy bia iinmed.nto church, but hy Har mony l-euh. tory and the 8.nod of South Ct ?lina, and by the (?encrai A"scmbly of the Presbyterian Church.-Etorcnce Gai elie. Meetino of pBESBmtBY, - Tho odiournod meeting of Harmony I .oi.bj tory at sembled in the Presbyterian Uburcb boro on Friday, tbo 'Aid hist., Kov. Thomas it. English Moderator, and llov. Mi". Mack stated clerk. After the passngo of surdry rosolatiOBI Pres...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 3 December 1866

GROCERIES, ETC? ??8T ftEC?lVEI) AND T |tfP ! mr\ pbls. cnusiiED. rowDEitiiD, jv; D AND O . DU SUGARS. 36 barrels Drown 8ugu?$ all gnuie?. 40 bags Itfi- Cottee. 25 pockets Old Java Codeo. . ? 30 ohCB-B mid half-bcets Young Hyson, Imperial? Gun .powder and .ongou To-U?. _ '25 barrels MoUaaw ami Syrups, dlfforont grades. 100 boxen Family, Tule and Fancy Soap?. _., . 16 boxes Castilo nud 8??. Water boipu. 100 boxes Uleu COV0 Blarch. aOObai/B Drop omVBuck Shot, all sizes. ^60 boxes Miie?eir? Adaiimntino ?nd Para?no ?amllen. BO barr-lsilcwly.Braok.?! Hams, Shoulder? and Strips. Hazard's -Powder, lu oil -i/o package?. For nMlov. M ^-j-jjg, ? WOHLTMANN'S. December 3_^__'_ No. 1B7 Kaat Bay. "WINES, LIQUORS, SYRUPS, &c ?. rw BASKETS HEID SEICK CHAMPAGNE, QUARTS ?)U AND TINTS ,''\"' ". 76 hose? St. Juli.n and Sauturnc Wines 260 hBTWUim Old bourbon WhiBkoy 05 barre.?Gibson"-Monongahelft Wlilakoy 25 barrett?, halve?, quarters and eighth?, Otard.Du v i.uv'p, and Vineyard's ('randy- > 60 ba...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 4 December 1866

i VOLUME III....NO. 405.] CHARLESTON S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. * Callie News. LONDON. December 3.-Two regiments will embark ? Srom Liverpool to-day, bound for Ireland. BERLIN, December 3.-Count Bismark has returned to Berlin. A deputation from Schleswig is about to wait on him. LrvERfoor., December 3-Noon.-The Cotton market is steady with a fair business. The quotations are the same as in last report The sales to-day have been about 10,000 bales. . The steamship Adelaide, from Baltimore, has arrived out. LONDON, December 3-Noon.-Consols for money de? clined to i>?>?. Five-twenties 70>?. LATEB. LIVERPOOL, December 3-Evening.-Cotton market closed very firm at this morning's prices. Sales 12,000 balee, of which 3000 went to speculators and exporters. European Sews Per Steamer. NEW Y?3K, December 3.-The new steamers City of Baltimore, and America, from Liverpool, November 21, have arrived. The steamer Atrato, from the .West Indies...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 4 December 1866

ff fog flatly TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1866. MESSAGE" OP THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES "So the two Honsas of Congress* at the Com? mencement of tho Second Session. Fcllow-Citecns of the Senate and Hottse of Sepresenta Aftar a brief interval the Congress of the United States resumes its annual legislative labors. An all-wise and merciful Providence has abated the pestilence which visited our shores, leaving its calamitous traces upon some portions of our country. Peace, order, tranquillity, and cirtl authority, have been formally declared to exist throughout tho whole of the United Statos. In all of the States civil authority has superceded the coercion of arms, and the people, by their voluntary action, are \ matoteiplng their governments in full activity and com? pl?t? op?ration. The' enforcement of the laws is no long? er "obstructed in any State by combinations too powerful to be suppressed bj the ordinary courseof. judicial pro? ceedings;" and the animosities engendered...

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. — 4 December 1866

TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1866. COMMERCIAL. Charleston Cotton Market. OFFICE OF THE DAILY NEWS, I CHARLESTON, Monday Evening, December 3. J Tho market continues weak and rather lower, prices toeing about a half cent down, with sales of287 bales, viz: 16 at 29; 26 at 30; 68 at 30%; lil at 31; 16 at 31)?; 19 at 33 cents. We quote: Low Middling... *.29 @30 Middling...._..-..31 ?gi Strict Middling-ii-.v.- @32 MohUe Market. MOBILE,, November 28.-COTTON.-The market open? ed firm this morning under the same impulse which ex? isted yesterday, and at -unchanged quotations, and with a fair demand. Sales were made early in . the day on that basis. Later in the day the reported weak condi? tion of Gold in New York, together with a dull Cotton market there, caused factors to lot down in their ideas to 32a-c for Middling, at which figure the market closed quiet and rather easy. Sales 1100 bales. MOXETABY AKD FINANCIAL.-The Gold m?rkct has been unsettled throughout the day, following the course...

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

CHARIM DAM NEWS, G. E. CATHCART, EDITOR, CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. No. 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS CASH. SUBSCBWOK DAILY-TWELVE MONTHS. DAILY-SIX MONTHS. DAILY-THREE MONTHS. BINGLE COPIES. TO NEWS DEALERS. NEWS SUMMARY. Nearly everybody seems to be running for Gov? ernor in Kentucky. The following is a full list of the candidates, so far, in the field: EDWARD RUM? SEY, Muhlenburg Comity; R. H. STANTON, MayB ville; ELIJAH HISS, Logan County; ROBERT MAX LOKY, Oldham County; R. H. HANSON, Bourbon County; G. W. CRADDOCK, Frankfort; R. W. SCOTT, Franklin County; W. E. BULLOCK, Louisville; Dr. J. R. BUCHANAN, Louisville. At $2.50 a word in specie, Secretary SOWARD'S dispatch of five thousand words to Mr. ADAMS in London, coat $12,500. Mr. ADAMS is expected to Bend back from Lord JOHN RUSSELL a dispatch equally long, which would make $25,000. Things must bc serious to warrant this vast expenditure. However, it is to be hoped the war will be fought out by the A...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 4 December 1866

flu; ?mty gms TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1866. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. J9S-THB3 LIST OF LETTERS RE? MAINING in the IPostofBLce at trie end of each week is rmolisrtied. offi? cially in THE DAILY ^TEW S every Friday momins;. LOCAL MATTERS. OTJB EEADKES will find interesting reading mat? ter on our inside pages this morning. Besides the President's Message, there is a letter from G. W. W., a New York letter from Moultrie, and various other articles. PATLTJEE OF NOETHEEN MATT..-Owing to some cause or causes unknown, we received no mail last night from any point north of Chapel street. The Northern mail of late has failed about once or twice a week. THE FBETJNDSCHAETSBUND.-MemberB will please notice the advertisement of the anniversary meet? ing of this society, to come off this evening. MASONIC.-At the Anniversary Communication of Solomon's Lodge No. 1, A. F. M., held at the Masonic Hall on Monday Evening, December 3d, 5866, the following Bre...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 4 December 1866

SKETCHES OE TRAYJB^^^ LETTEB NUMBEB XXII. JJLVSENCE, Germany, 18GG.-Frankfort is in. th^ Valley of the Main, and is in tho centre of a fertile country. It has nearly 100,000 inhabitants. The new portion of the city contains the finest private f esidences in Gormany. One of the chief objects of interest to the traveller is tho old ball of the Senate-not so much for its splendor as for its historical associations. As 1 walked through tho Elector's room, fifty-two old German Emperors, from CONRAD I. to FBANCIS JJ., looked down from tho walls on which they were hanging upon me; I could but think where are these groat men now ? To their praise it is recorded, that in this long line of Emperors lhere wero very few tyrants among them. In addition to the fifty-two portraits, there are many splendid paintings in the hall. "The Judgment of Solomon,"' by STEINLE, is a strildug picture. It was a wiso thought of SOLOMON in pro? posing to ' divide the child in two; give ono half to the one, and h...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 4 December 1866

.TUESDAY MORNING-. DECEMBER 4, 1866. . -$-. -----?? OCR NEW YORK LETTER. [FBOM OUB own COBBESPONDENT.1 NEW YOBK, November 29, 1866. Your correspondent is at his post once more. "Moultrie" is back in New York. "Richard's him-. self again," and his board bill has begun anew. I need not tell you that the good old Quaker City brought me safely over the bosom of the deep blue* or blue deep sea, for it is well known that whenever I travel by water I fight it out on but one line, and that is the LEAKY tine. There were but few lady passengers on board, and-so g??d Captain WEST*S occupation was almost gone ; nevertheless, to keep. his hand in, he treated your correspondent with such politeness-I. might almost-say. gallantry that said correspondent cannot but here proclaim publicly, that he owes on9 to the jolly old Captain. I find New York as gay, as crowded, and as noisy as ever. It is rather more lively than the old' City by the Sea, notwithstanding the fact that you can now boast ? City R...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 4 December 1866

GROCERIES, ETC. PICKLES, SCHNAPPS, Ac. er r\ BOXES ASSORTED TICKLES *)\J 2t> boxes Pickled Onions 20 boxes Russ* Schnapps 25 boxes Russ* L. G. Gin 25 boxes Russ' Punch 25 boxes Cordial 20 boxes Starch - 50 boxes Tobacco 75 caddies Tobacco. T-n stort" and icr sale low by in store uui- JAMES W. BROWN & CO., December 4 3 No. 27 Vendue Range. BACON SIDES, STRIPS, LARD, &c. KT HHDS. CLEAR RIBBED SIDES O 5 boxes Strips 20 firkins Leuf Lard 5 hhds. prime Shoulders 100 boxes Onions 75 boxes Adamantine Candles. Landing and for sale low by December 4 2_JAMES W. BROWN & CO. ~SID?S, SHOULDERS, HAMS, AND PORK. ?\f~\ HHDS. PRIME CLEAR RIBBED SEDES d\J 10 bids. Prime Shoulders 10 boxes Extra Sugar Cured Pig Hams 50 bbls. Mess, Prime Mess and Prime Pork 200 bbls. Baltimore and Western Super and Fine Flour 20 tierces Pure Leaf Lard 10 bbls Moss Beef In store and landing, and for salo by JEFFORDS & CO., December -1 2 No. 27 vendue Range: BUTTER, CHEESE, LARD, SU GAR, Sx. fi f\ PACK...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 6 December 1866

VOLUME III-NO. 407.] CHARLESTON; S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. South Carolina Legislature. .friPSCSAL TO THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS.] :TBIA, December 5.-The election for TJ. S. squalor was resumed by the House and Senate, ?",-iJ?PBEiiL receiving 95 votes, KEBSHAW 30, INGLIS Mr. J. B. CAMPBELL was declared duly elected. Mr. W. W. LEGASE was elected District Judge for .>r&ngeburg, and JOHN E. BOMAS for Spartanburg. ; Thc Bill incorporating the Charleston Water Com w y passed the House. ;ii^'ll to incorporate the South Carolina Lot :eived its first reading and was referred to amittee on Incorporations. Jill to incorporate the Survivors' Associa? tion of Charleston District was introduced. T<;;> -calling a convention of the people and ... ng inspecting and measuring lumber resented. VYAGENEB'S Bill on European Immigration ade the special order for to-morrow. SSL election for SoHcitor of the Western Circuit k. is held, but the rosu...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 6 December 1866

<?7 THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6,18C6. AGENTS. T*P following are thc Agents for this paper: W\ A.HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Collecting ^Rev! COLIN MURCHISON, General Traveling and Col ^TOWNSEND i: NORTH, Booksellers and Stationers, C O^bGO0DMCAN. Cross Hill, Laurens District, y. C. j' V'NBTHEBS, Cnion, S. C. Captain W. E. EARLE, Greenville, S. C. Col. J. J. RYAN. Renwell, S. C. T T D?BOIS, Marion. C S* HARRY, Sandy Ford P. O., Madison Co., Fla. PATRICK & HUVEY, Macon, Ga. >T Y H. WILLIAMS, Clinton, S. C. .j' R'. ALLEN, Chester C. H., S. C. W S LANCE, Grahamville P. O., Beaufort, S. C. B F. BRADFORD, Walterboro", S. C. H L. DARR, Sumter, S. C. THAD. C. ANDREWS, Orangeburg, S. C. J M. BROWN, " Southerner office," Darlington, S. C. M. M. QUINN & BRO., Augusta. J. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga. ISAAC DAVEGA, Agent in New York. TRIBUTE TO BALTIMORE. BT A CHAEnESTONIAH. Oh I the beautiful, fragrant, sunny South, Where many a murmuring stream . ' Binds her around, like a love...

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