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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 12 January 1866

Th^ Daily News. ?RTDAT MORNING, JANUARY 11. 19N. finn's CONESTIOS AT FBAKKTOKT, KT. JtT?ral weeks ago, says th? Louisville Jour?*i?, tmx Slate Agrioultural Sociotj held an Animal .Hestin- at Frankfurt, and ita deliberations ?re in? teresting and important to tho whola Common "Weslth. The snbjeei of labor was discussed at :*ome length and with considerable rigor, and so ^riial to tho futuro welfare of the Stat? was th? -sjoesiion regarded, a resolution waa adopted in faror of holdiug a Farmer's Convention at Frank -iott on the 11th of this month, to coDsidor the en .?rs labor problem. Tho Committee appointed ou i-?s occasion haro issued tho following call to tho . scricultnralists of Kentucky: . At a meeting nf tho Kentucky Stat? Agriaulinr.il Bociety. in Frankfort, on tho 14th ult., a resolution .was adopted authorizing th? undersigned a? a, committee to call a convention to assemble at Frankfort on tho 11th of January, 1866, under tho .. -??picos of the St ato Agricultural Stoiety,...

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. — 12 January 1866

N. York Advertisements. NOLEN & STEERS. BSd Street (tint SOCOIK? Avenue, New York, WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL DEALERS IN ALL 10X09 OF LUMBER. MANUFACTURERS OE MOULDING?, SAS!I Di HjitS, BLINDS, AND BOX SHOOKS. Itoting ia all i:< brauchet*. Rooks containing patterns of ..'yu dlug? cent on application. December 27 j yr Typo Foundry anti Printers' Euiporitiiu. ESTAHL. .I-.'.) 1818. HAG.A?T& CO., Mo. SS Goltl-st reet. New York City. TLUIS OLD ESTABLISHED FOUNDRY, HAVING A large assortment of DOOK, Nh... VAPER, JOB AND ORNAMENT Ali TYPE, thc proprietors aro pre? pared, with ample facilities, to promptly execute all or? ders for same, and Printing materials of every descrip? tion, including FIS ESSES el al! manufactures. Orders maj be addressed to A. J. BURKE, our Agon ai Charleston, S. C. 6iuos_October 28 First Premium Steam Saw-Mills. THE FIRST PRIZE, THE GOLD MEDAL,' ' Was awarded to the WASHINGTON IRON WORKS Mf the American Institute, at their Fair, in October, 1880, . for the be...

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. — 12 January 1866

Tiie Daily ISTews. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, 18C6. OFFICIAL.. LIST OF LETTERS Bemaiiiing in Mio Post?nico at (?barlestnu. for tho j WOek ending JAN U A KY ll, I860, and ordered to bo print .ed La THE DAILT Ntavs. agreeably to tho following sec- j ?ion of tho new Poatoffico Law, as the newspaper having J the largest circulation in the City of Charleston: QUOTION 5. And bo it further enacted. Tba', lists of let ' Ins remaining unca'led for in any Postofficu in any city, ctewn or village, whore a newspaper shall bo printed, - shall hereafter bo published once only in the newspaper I which, bei .'g published weekly or oftener, shall have the largest circulation within range of delivery of the said j .Moe. 0> Persons calling for Letters Advertised, should -state thai they are "Advertised." M3~ Office h?ura from 8 A. II. to 6 P. M. On Sun :t8aja, froth f> o'clock to 10 o'clock, A. M. STANLEY G. TROTT, Acting Postmaster. WOMEN'S LIST. -A. - AUmes, Mary - Allen, Hellen - Androna, \V...

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. — 5 February 1866

CHABLESTOX DAILY KEWS....DECEMBEB 9, 1865. _" The Daily ?sTews. LA?UEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE. LARGEST CmCULATION Di THE CITY. 49" TEE LIST OF LETTERS re? maining in. th? X'oetorfioe at the ?nd ?o? eaoh week: is published offioially in. TH n; DALLY JSTKWS every JPri day morning. BY TELEGRAPH. Mexican Vows. WASHINGTON, February 3.-The immediate with? drawal of tho French troops from Mexico may be regarded as certain, the reports having been con? firmed that au extraordinary commission had been I nant; to that country to make the necessary pre- | parafions for the evacuation. Tho Emporor no longer insists on the prior | recognition of MAXIMILIAN by the United States, bat is satisfied with renewed promises that this Government will preserve a strict neutrality in re? gard to Mexico. News via New Orleans st ;te that Gen. WEITZEL J had issued an order dirocting every command? ing officer to arrest ill armed persona lurking in the District of thc Rio Grande. A Military Commission is 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. — 5 February 1866

CHARLESTON. DAILY NEWS....FEBRTJAB 1 5, 1866._ Tlie Daily News. MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5,1866. .Tkc South. Thorough Northern Spectacles. .9. >Ok - We have no patience with itinerant correspon '' ,<ient?, yet that our readers may seo how wc are Ticwed bv Northern men-at least such of them ?who travel among us and write letters back to thoir papera-wo publish the following specimen. This letter clearly exhibits decided sectional pre? conceptions, whichimpari a-^?piritf f onfahmojs to hie statements; white at tho same tune he showb a disposition tb deal fairly with tho South aojaras he is capablo of understanding us. Thc letteru sent from Richmond to theN-X Times, um So far, a correct opinion of " Southern feehng , itt almost an absoluto impossibility, for it is as changeable as the coast tide, now running high over tho ground of loyalty, and again roceding to the dark ocean of treason. Much dependa apon tho porson socking to develop it, Tor, aa would naturally bo expected, thc...

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. — 5 February 1866

CHARLESTON DAILY NEVS....FEBR?ABY 5,1866._ _:--_cr-? MONDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 5, I860. COMMERCIAL. importa. COKEY, C B-Per brig BiTerside-381 toas Coal, to W CTilton. Exporta. 5OW YORK-Per steamship Alhambra-671 bags con taming 2500 bushels Bough Bice, 411 packages dasao, 75 bales Cotton, 9 bbls Metal SO bbls Rosin, 13 packages Sundries, 15 bales Hides and Skins, 78 tierces Rice. WEOMDiGTOX. February 2, 6 P. M.-TtrapmrrnrR. IT4 bbls, roceived and sold at $5.25 for yellow dip, $ aw tts. A lot of 1800 bbls., former arrivals, was re? sold at the same price as above. SPTJUTS TrmrENTiNK.-Sale of 6C bbls. at 55@57Ko. fl gallon for white, in N. Y. packages. Roane.-In Common wo note sales of 34 bbls., at $2 far loose, 156 do. at $3, 53 do. at $3.40, and 50 do. strain? ed a*.$S?0 * bbl, TAJL-156 bbls. Bold at $3.15 H bbl COROM-Is in fair inqiury, but prices are rathor irre? gular. Wo qU'>to sales of 35 bides at 35c for re-packed, Me. fer low middling. 42, 42K@43?- for middling, and 44c ^ ...

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. — 5 February 1866

* j _CHARLESTON DAILY yEWS....FEBBUABY 5, 1866._;_ THE CSARLESTO? DAILY NEWS, G. R. CATHCART. EDITOR. CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON. PROPRIETORS. No. 18 PIAYNE-STREET. TERMS-CASH. .%?AlI*f_ONt YEAR..,.S1?'?^ .tf?uLY^lX A??NT?S.>.5,00 *&1X.Y-TH3tiE MONTHS.8-50 gg~ fjtatffe Copies FTVE CENTS. - ~ w" *?-??ws Dealers supplied at a liberal discount ADVERTISING. Une Square, Te? Linea, one Insertion, ONE DOL? LAR. _' LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE CITY. ts- THE LIST OF IiETTERS re? maining in. the PostofHce at the end of" each, week is published officially In T??D PAJXJY NEWS every Fri? day morning. News Summary. The ?teamship Moneka, Captain MA nain* AN, ar? rived hero yesterday from New York, having left that port on Thursday afternoon last. Wo are under obligations to Pursor HIBBEBD for New j York papera of Thursday last. The steamships Sea Gull, Captain FISH, and Jillie Knight, Captain HARRINGTON, arrived here I yesterday from Baltimore, having lo...

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. — 9 February 1866

(Tijc (?frark?tff gat!g jfofog. yOLUME jj_No. 133.] CHARLESTON, ?. C., FRIDAY.."-MORNING, FEBRUARY 9, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. The Daily l^ewg. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION LN THE CITY. ??THE JJIST OF LETTERS re? maining in the jPostoffioe at the end ?? each week is published ofHoial?y in. TS Hi DALLY NEWS every Fri? day morning._ BY TELEGRAPH. Congres) ional. WASHINGTON, February 6.-In the Senate, Mr. WILLEY introduced a resolution which was adopted, instructing the Committee on the Judi? ciary to report a bill for tho payment of loyal Citizens of tho lately rebellious States, for quarter? {Baster's stores taken from them for the use. of tho United States armies. Hr. Scars ER resumed tho floor in consideration Of his argument of yesterday, and spoko ai great length. He said tho principles he contended for, despite of timid and perverso counsels, would triumphantly prevail. The Eonse resumed tho consideration of the Freedmen's 30L Tho first amendment, that n...

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. — 9 February 1866

CHARLESTON DAILY ?KEWS....FEBRUAEx 9, 1866.______ .Th.? Daily USTews, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 0, 1866. Chinese Banking. HABPEB ?Si BBOTHEBS have just published a very capital book onTfae Social Life of thc Chinese. It gives moro informatio.-? on tho characteristics of the celestials than any ?tant book, and ia withal very readable and amusing. The following ex tract willshowhow their bank systems work, and May be commended to financiers as presenting a method of compelling specie payments : Some of the bulks are of long standing, and as their proprietors are known to bo very Wfal?rv and sufficiently honest, their bms ar^e in general mse in the transaction of busmess. Their bills are ?f various denominations, as representing cas?, s?ollars, or B?vcr; and of varions values, from four hundred cash, five hundred cash, six huntlrcu ?ash, one thousand cash, fccY, as high as several hundred thousand cash; from one dollar up to several hundred or even thousands of dollars; an? ?from one ta...

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. — 9 February 1866

CHAELESTON DAILY NEWS....FEBEUABY 9,1866._ ? The I>a?y N?ws. FB?SAY MORNING, lig?tgAjgtviiig COMMERCIAL. Exports for the Week ending Feb. 8. rOBJIGX. EiTEBPOOL-Per Br bark Western Belle-U bales 8" I and 882 bales Upland Cotton. NASSAU, NP-Per Br sehr Vig?ant-Sn.OOefeetBoards, Scantling, to..Per Br scar Alica Piora-90,000 Shingles. MEW YORK-Per steamsbipT Alhambra-?Tl bags eon* taining 2500 bushels Bough Bise, 411 packages Geano, 75 balsa Cotton, 9 bbls Metal, 30 bbls Rosin, 18 packages Sundries, 15 bales Hides and 8 ki aa, 78 ?.roes Rice_..Poi stearnthip Moneta-6 balea S I and 251 bales Upland Cotton, 104 tierces Rice, 49 bales Domestics, 121 bigs Cotton-Seed,.45 bbls Ko sln, 41 bags Peanuts, 69 boxes JCdz9. ^...Per sehr MjTOVBT-302 bales Upi md Cotton,-111.8*3 pounds old Iron Rads ?nd Macbinory, 1 bale Wool, 64 bun? dles Paper, 252 cases Liquors. 28 obis Spirits Tur? pentine. 2 cases Hardware, 1 orate and bbl Crooke ? ry, 186 empty Ale Bbls, 17 kegs Peint, 1 hui Var? ias?, and S...

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. — 9 February 1866

4 CHARLESTON DAILY NEW8....FEBR?ARY 9, 1866._ THE 31R.LEST0N BULT NEWS, G. R. CATHCART, EDITOR. CATHCART, MwMTTT.AN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. I'_il"S-CASU. .?s_I_i--oN_- YEAR.$10.00 aA??-_ MONTHS.r'-0{> ,_?A1LY- 'THREE MONTHS.a*5U MSW S_gle Coulee FIVE CENTS. tar Nows Dealers supplied at a liberal cHecoum. ADVERTISING. One Square, Ten Line?, one insertion, ONE DOD- j LAB. _ LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE CITY. MW THE JOIST OF X-?TlTERS re- j maininK in. the Fostoffice at tho end of each week is pnblished officially in. THE DA TT j Y NEWS every Fri? day rn.orn.inf;. jSTews Siimmary. The wealthiest congregation in Ko T York city, perhaps in the whole country, ie that of the Church of the Ascension (Episcopal) in tho Fifth Avenue. Their aggregate inconio laBt year is shown by tho official returns to hav? been eighteen million dollars. Tho Greenville, S. C., Afountameer of Tuesday last says: "Ex-Gov. B. F. PERRY took his departure i...

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. — 9 February 1866

? . CHAELESTON DAILY NEWS....FEBB?AEY 9,1866._ FRIDAY MORNING, LAUGEST CIRCULATION IS THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCUl?T??y Di THE CITY. ??TiM LIST OF LETTERS re xnainin? in the rostoffice at the end of each week is published officially In THE ?A1X.Y NEWS every Fri? day moraine. LOCAL MATTERS. mm* SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. ?S3? ATTENTION ia called to a larg? invoice sale a? auction to-day, of bedsteads, by MACKEY & BAKES. COUET or CHANCERY.-Tho Solicitors of this Court are requested fo attend at thu opening of tho Court at ll r'dock thi." morning. THE FOLLOWTNG TELEGBAMS -.wait delivery at the American Telegraph Office, for want of better '.address : Capt. Alexander P. Keith, W. LT. Moulden, W. A. woodward. THE SISTEBS OF MERCY gratefully acknowledge tho receipt, through Mr. FURLONG, of three hun? dred and seventy-five dollars-tho procede of a lecture delivered by Rev. J. J. O'CONNELL, at the request and through the kind exertions of E. DALY, Esq., for tho benefit of thc orphans unde...

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. — 9 February 1866

ig CHARLESTON DAILY ffEWS....rEBR?ARY 9. 1866. J?. York Advertisements. CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP, COMPOSED OF IODIDE OF POTASSIUM, WITH THE COMPOUND CONCENTRATED .FLUID EXTRACT OF VALUABLE ME . DICLNAL ROOTS AND HERBS. Prepared by fy/ I r.T.TATor H- QOREQ-G-, IM. 3D-, -?BAUCATE OF THE COLLEGE OF PHT3ICIAN3 AND ffCEGEONS, NEW TOBE; FOBMEBLT ASSIST? ANT PHTBKTN IN THE BLACKWELL'S ISLAND HOSPITAL. ?CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP HAS PRODUCED A REVOLUTION IN MEDICINE. ?WHAT MAX SEEM ALMOST INCREDIBLE IS, THAT ) Tnuay diseases hitherto considered hopelessly incurable ? ,re frequently cured in a few days or weeks; and we ? sheerfully invite tho investigations of the liberal-minded i and scientific to cures which have no parallel at the present day. During the past five years we ha^e contended with ob *'Stades and overcome opposition as herculean as were "?aver enoountared by any reformers. RAPIDITY OF CURE. Some say, "Your eures are too quick," while others aflcabt their permanent*, sud think tha...

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. — 9 February 1866

M. York Advertisements. NOLEN & STEERS" 534 Street ?nd Second Avenue, New York, TI7HOLBSALE AND RETAIL DEALERS _? ALL PH? OF LUMBER, MANUFACTURERS OF MOULDINGS, -SASH DOORS, BLINDS, AND BOX SHOOKS. Taming in all its brandies. Books containing Pattern? of Mouldings sent on application. Deoember 27 _ lyy Type Foundry and Printers' Emporium. ESTABLISHED 1818. HAGAR~& CO., So. 38 Gold-street, New York City. qrmis OLD ESTABLISHED FOUNDRY HAVING A JL Urge assortment of BOOK, NB'CC?APER, JOB AND ORNAMENTAL TYPE, tho proprietors are pre? pared, with ample facilities, to promp?y execute all or? ders for same, and Printing materials of every descrip? tion, including PRESSES of all manufactures. Orders may bo addressed to A. J. BURKE, our Agen at Charleston, S. 0. 6mos October 28 First Premium Steam Saw-Mills. THE FIRST PRIZE, THE GOLD MEDAL. Was awarded to the WASHINGTON IRON WORKS Ey the American Institute, at their Fair, in October, 1865, for the best CLRCULAB SAW-MTTiL AND 8TEAM EN...

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. — 9 February 1866

g_CHABLESTON DAILY KEWS....FEBBUABY 9,1866._ j The Daily News. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9, 1866. Abraham, Alfrod Adams, Hugh Adams, John Akin, Arthur Alexander, H T Alton. EG Alston, E P Atwell, Thomas Anurous, uuuu \J Anderson. George B Baptist cuurch (Colored) Barre lt, Alexander Bazin, Thttmas Balentine, W Banerstoff, Wm Baring, Thomas Baker, Geo F Baxter. E Motte Badgley, Joseph G Bast?n, Daniel Baiter, Dr W F Bac't, lt F Bony, Iriiv. Bennett, a F Bals?n. Frederick Bell, Thadc-.is Beach, B, Mids & Co Beach, J A Bischoff, F Bigelow, Moses Jr Blonnt, James H Bluett, Alfred Bonan Michael Bottwc J, Charlee H Bo sn a, Willen Borneman, H F Bunch, Dennis Bringloe, 8am 1G Braum, Sam! Brooks, Mr Bradford, Wm Bryun, Jae A Blokebac-, Marie} Brant, P V Brandt, Loder Burk, Wm J Burton, Chanel Burrows, B B Buhl winkle, J H Burlington, Jame Butts, Wm Burrill, Wm H Butler, James Buel, James W BuUm&n A Co, G Burt, ll A Buckley, Michael Burgess, John A Brown, James Brown, Georgo Brown, TH...

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. — 22 February 1866

VOLUME II....N0. 133.] CHARLESTON, S. C., TH?RSDAY MOANING, 1?EBRUARY 33, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. -v. - The Daily ISTews. LAJUiEST CIKCULAT10N ZBi THE STATE. LAUGEST CIRC?LATIOS LN THE CITY. ??THE LIST OF" LETTERS r? ?aaining in the Post.orRoo at the end mt emoh weok is published officially ia THE DAILY NEWS every IPri ?tay mornins, BY^TELEGR?PH! ..?' >.. -? . * - ?Wanlii ngtor? ' ? ewe. WaftirrxaTON, February 20.-In tho United States Senate, Mr. WALL offered a resolution to amend tho Constitution bj rondoring tho Presi? dent ineligible fur a second term, which ho sup? ported in a speech lasting r.ll day. Ile spoke in oeuBtic terms of tho President, who, ho Maid, de? veloped a policy agreeable to every enemy of the eountry. Mr. WILSO.*' offend resolutions, which wero adopted, instructing tl.e Committee on Re? construction te? inquire how far thc lato rebellious .tatos had conformed to tho sentiment* of the President's reconstruction poh'ov. Mr. DAVIS, of Kentucky, read a long ar...

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