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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 22 February 1866

Tbs Daily News. THTJR8DAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 22, 1866. GUSSIP KOK THE LADIES. 1TIW1CST 81Y LES IH l'AIUS, LOWDO??, AND NEW TOBE DUESSKS, BONNETS, CLOAKS AND FURS. Distinctive dresses for out-of-door woar aro fashionable in Taris and London. A writer ou fashions bava : V "Tho French ladies, tired of pius, which tear x tho dress, and strings, which untie, or ?re never in tho rinnt placo, aud pages, which wrinkle and injure the skirt/and all other known moans of elevating tbeir drapery, l.avo ?^one^ll al Le, and substitute a distinct.dies, for out-door wear, whose festoons and sashes aro sewn ou tho pot ti ?Oat and can bv no chance bo disarranged. Tho objection of the'oxpense involved in tho addi iona dross, which is fit only for walking m partly set saide bv tho consideration that the stol ia so short and narrow as to rcquiro but little materia. and partlv bv the fact that ita patient mont takes all tho Spurns <">f the unworthy streets, to tho groat cain ot costlier apparol. Tho ...

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. — 22 February 1866

The Daily JSTews. THURSDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 32, 18oo. COMMERCIAL. Exports. PHILADELPHIA-Per sohr P If Wheaton-100 toni Old Iro-n.Per sehr Marj R Bomera-ISO toni Old Iron. -Charleston Cotton Market. Bales of over 109 bales took placo yesterday, at is anregolar u?vauce of one lo two cents per pound, caused by the favorable Europeas news. Stock on sale very saan. Augusta Market. AUGUSTA, february 19. -Corros.-A bettpr tone pervaded the market to-day, moro activity being ex? hibited, -witt a oett'.-r demand tban on Saturday. Some fine Iota aero *'>Id at 27 couts in gold. Strict to pood Middling may be quoted at irom 33@3f>.'? cents m eur renoy. which arc about tho prevailing prices for those grades. Them is no demand ft r inferior qualities. CutjnEKCT.-Th rwisvo.-y little doing in gold. Brokors baying at 131 sud silting ut 135. SILVER-We quote rmyine ut 108 and selling at 135. Some shares lt Georgia Railroad Stock sold at 75. Wilmington .Harker. WILMINGTON. February 13.- COTTOK....

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. — 22 February 1866

THE Gli?MTOfll BAILY NEWS, G. R. CATHCART, EDITOR. CAT5CART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. TERMS-CASH. PUBLISHERS' KOTIGE. UNTIL THE GREATLY INCREASED COST OE PUB LI8HTNO A NEWSPAPER shaR warrant otherwise, we of the Charleston Press have adopted, and will rigidly adhere to, the following SCHEDULE OF PRICES : sc Bsc F. i rn ON. DAILY -TW LTE U i.MBB.810.00 DAILY-SIX MONTHS.5.00 DAILY- -THHi-.E MONTHS. BIN G LR 0OPIE9.5 eenta TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents RATES OP ADVERTISING. 16 conta a line for first Insertion. 10 eenta a line for each subsequent insertion. ? 6 linos or under to be charged half a square. Subj oct to a discount of 2fl per cent on all bills of $60 and orer, or on all bills of regular advertisers. Fer Marriage and Funeral Notices-$1. It is highly desirable that all Society, Company and Estate Notices sb old be paid in advance. AR Bali and Exhibition Advertisements mutt be paid for in ad vance, unless they are ?rd er ad to be charged to regular adv...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 22 February 1866

The Daily News. THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22. 18G6. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CIT!. tS~ THK LIST OF1 LETTERS re muining in the T>ot>tofnoo at the on ct of each week ia imMishotl ofRoially tia TT?K DAILY NEWS every Fri? day morning. AGENTS Tba foUowing axe the Agents for thie paper: JOSEPH H. SEARS, "New Routh." Bittali Bead. TV. S. LANCE, Grahamville P. 0., Beaal'..-t, 8. .. B. F. BRADFORD, Walterboro', S, C. H. Lu DARR, Sumter, 8. C. THAD. 0. ANDREWS, Orangeburg, 8. C. J. T. HERS H MAN, "Journal oflice," Camden. 8. 0. J. M. BROWN, "Southerneroffice," Darlington, 8. 0. M. M. QUINN k BRO., Augusta. J. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga. ISAAC DA VEGA, Agent in Now Yore. Mr. AUG. BRENTANO. NO. 708 Broadway, New York. | baa always the latest dates of the DAILY NEWS, as he ] does of all the other principal journals of the country. LOCAL MATTERS. . SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAOES. "CS PI.OFESSOB MCORAJIV'S lecture on tho Antag? onism Between Science and Christia...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 22 February 1866

CARD. TO THE MERCHANTS OF Tiffi SOUTH. rE UNDERSIGNED, WHOLESALE DEALERS, advise you of the fact that Charleston 1B acorn s market for the purchase of goods, and in view ol the early opening of the spring trade, wo beg to solicit tho resumption of the patronnge so liberaUy extonaea to this market lu the past ... Wo are aware that many old and respected firms wiu be missed from our number, but many familiar name* wiU bo found tu now associations, reidy to supply tne wants of tho Trade, as of yore, and otner old and new firms .rill bo added to our number at an carly day. The cash aud short credit system hsvin? been univer? sally adopted in ali the Northern tuarkcu. wo aro ueces sarUy oompolted to adopt a like eyetem as. thc? ou y safe one on winch to conduct badness end tho heavy per contato otoo neeeasary to o .ver bad dont? rill now be .avoided. Sm di profits and quick returns-viii be the SK. and nude,- its w-rkiiU" wo hon.. not only to restore ?>o our ancient city its former pro...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 22 February 1866

Tl. ARNOLD, NORTHWEST CORNER OP Meeting and John streets, ! TTAS RESUMED BUSINESS, AND IB PREPARED \ JUL to attend to the ?HOEING OF HORSES. BUILDING ANO REPAIRING OF ?ARTS. DRAYS. WAGONS, Seo. All work entrusted lo bim will be done wlto neatness .cd dispatch. February 8 . NOTICE. TO AXL WHOM IT MAY COXCXSN. UNDERSIGNED ARB NOW PEBPABED TO | SATISFY THE CHOICE 'every one who is desirous of furnishing t afl?tng now ; with YELLOW rseasoned "Edisto" PINE. is Boards are prepared witta a fins GROOVE, ', with a beautifully rounded AND atty smoothed TONGUE, ii wh?ob tiley promise cannot bo MATCHED raaf saeta FLOORING l now in market. gtXXT. THOUSAND (60,000) FEET FLOORING Jot Apply to EBAUGH A AI ALLON EE, Horlbeck's Wharf, near Northeastern Railroad. /aonary 2?_ LGMC?LTURAL IMPLEMENT WAREHOUSE [SEED STOEE. ilTTLE & MARSHALL, No. 173 East Bar, CHARLESTON, S. C., IOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS Agricultural Implements? ?eb, Sc., Plows ail Pliw Castings, tULTTVATORS CORN 8SELLERS, HAY CUTTER...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 22 February 1866

The Daily News. THTJR8DA? MORNING, FEBRUARY 22. 18*6. TH? NATIONAL FINANCES.-Business ?t the North hesitates while the financial policy of the Government remains resettled. It is urged in Washington that action upon the fuuding bill bo taken, and that the revenue will be ampio for ali purposes, and allow a large Binking fund, if the financial scheme of the internal revenue confroit tee be adopted. The amount desirable by this scheme is estimated at fivo hundred million.-. Ir' such is tho fact it is a heavy tax upon tho people, "but, it is admitted, tho South must lie supplied with currency ff crop? of staples ure tn be nude and moved. The limit t.i the national imrrency of thrco hundred millions in nearly reached, bai it i? considered quite certain thut Congru** will authorise ?in excision ?>f tho limit so far ar maj be necessary for ilia circulation of thc South. Thc Chariot tes ville (Va.) Chronicle illnsirdes the pro<s:T!t political status of the South, by this huraoroc? an...

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

1 . CHARLESTON, S. O., SATURr?^'^RNING^' MARCH 3, 1866. W] [PRICE FIVE CENTS: VOLUME II....No. 141J The Daily ILSTews, LARGEST CIRCULATION E? THE STATE* LABGESr CIRCULATION IN THE .CTTTi IJIST OB1 LETTERS re? maining in the FostofB.ee at the and; of eaon week is published, officially in THE DAILY 3STE?WS every Fri day morning. j BT TELEGEAPH, Congr? cai-?onfil "icws. .- . \ i ' f WASHE?GTOK, March 2.-^he United States Sen ato passed tito Con?urent I?coplutioc relative to .the ?du?a2i?U**r?f>tE? Southern States, by a vote bf' 20 to 18. - The Hou3e of Representatives discussed the I Civil Bights Bill all day? and ; finally postponed it nntil-Thcrsdav. New York Market. , > - NEW YOHIV, MaTch 2.-Cotton has an a?van cing tendency, with sales of 3,000 "balee, at 44c. %)Tt>. The Government had a sole ?f 3,?OOJ??5oSj quality low ordinary to middling fair, at 89?c. to 475c. $?>. Gold, 351. . Mobile Market. .;. . MOBILE? l?arch-2.-Sales'of cotton.to-day amount -.^0 300 bolos; Midd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 3 March 1866

Daily News. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, i860. PROCEEDINGS OF CO.VGKiSS. : FEBBUABY ^6. ' ^The most important transaction of the day was . the speech of the Eon. JOHN SHEESIAN, Radical, . from Ohio, in the Senate, in favor of President IhfrHxsox's policy: ^M^fc^'CCEIlENT RESOLUTION EXCLUDING SOUTH ^^^^ ETT\ MT3TBEBS. . '/,." Bfofcjh" regular order was taken np, . . . , resolution declaring that no Btett* from thc lately re j&yed in either House ?fc^declared by Con maa were contemplated when, for his heroio ser? vices in the cause of the Union, we placed him aide -by side with: Mr. Lincoln as our standard bearer. Why dwelliupon them? 1 Why not com flete the work so glpnously begun by our soldiers, y securing union and liberty to all mee, without distinction of color, leaving to the States, as ber fore, the question of suffrage? The curso oi God, the maledictions of millions of our people, and the tears and blood of new made freemen, will, in my judgment, rest upon those who now, fo...

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

* The Baily Ne SATURDAY MORNIN'Q, MAECH S, COMMEBCIAL. Thc Charleston Cotton Hark? The transactions yesterday amounted to IS tmohanged prices. Offering stock very light. Augusto Market? AUGUSTA. February 28-Corros.-A few i -effected to city at the following pri?es: Midi and Strict to Good Middlings 35@38. Thoms general quiet, there being a great deal of un - sod Indisposition to trodo on account of the t audtlepreusing condition of the Northern and 1 . markets. The receipts since yesterday by the Georgia have been very heavy, amounting to 1056 bales. GOBBESCT.-Gold sold to-day 1? large lots at 1 kera buying at 134 and selling at 136. - En.vsn-Buying at 130 and selling at 135. There has been considerable demand for C Bonds and City of Augusta Bonds. One hum twenty shares of Georgia Railroad Stock sold t 75. Good'securities of all kinds aro in demand. ? . Wilmington JHarkev.. WILMINGTON; February 2S.-HCOTTOS.-~? ?ales. Sprnrrs TUBPBSTE?.-Sales of 43 bbls., ml colored at 45a. per gallo...

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

./..xhy.'-': ^ . . : . . . ? '( . . (. * ''. "' \\ ? ; I . ....v?./*>';.. j ?*' ;'. *.;...."i ''. f ? t . . ?- .*.'? ?.<'.. . . .< . . ??' ..-/. ? ' . '.'.. .'"-'iv .'? . . '.Wi -, ? .. ' 'V'"" . .> :. ? '' ?'? ?' *4?.' '.' ?'-?" - ? ..^ -?? \V? ... ; *y AU communication? intended for jnibUcationiJi. this journal must be addressed to the Editor of the Daily News, No. 18 Eayne-street, Charlestony B. C. Business Communications to Publisher of Daily News. We cannot undertake to return rejected oommunica? ? tiona. *p : Advertisements outtide of (he city must be accompa? nied with the aug. i EZ!u^^E!E?^KoX?>T4"BiT Yi-s'iT?"!-'1 ?TTFoi ?il?a the Government : who were rather solicitous to consult the feeling and tendencies of that party than of the country ; to whom it waB loyal to speak in favor of that party, di?oyal .to speak against it, and' who were ready to concede in advance, what that party itself j assumed-that it was, in fact, the Covern*] I ment There are not a fe...

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

^GEST Cfficrj?^y iv T17E cd J^TSE HST OF I^TXEJRS^ ^ailU^ the l>ostoff?oe at the S ? Tweels published offici? A AGENTS. kg^r^ . <^-*l Traveling rodeo ?? E. MCMILLAN, Marion. * A. MoKNIQHT, Unionville. J. B. ATJLEN. Chester C. H., 8. G STS?nfS* Hilton Head, i ?^?o^r^-^ H. _. DAEK, Sumter, a a ' .'3K '. H. ESTELL, Savannah Gs, U OAAO DA VEGA, Agent in New Font, - tf AUG. PBENTANO.NO. 70S Broadway NewT?? ?oes of all the other principal Journals of th. LOQAX, MATT?BS. ' ff W*4? -? J ?cet at 10.30 A*_L_5_- 016 ' ! jt MArrra op CossEQ^cE-The attention efl THE following telegrams remain at th? .13 the^ericatt Telegraph n ^rrM pyW-aBa-fcJaianjy^MjT^^ y ?ripp, Bachei jj SOUTH CA^TT?- B_J_OA- .-Our readers will be pleac-d to leain that tho Sbuth^Jarolina Bail- \ ? * road is now in gow ^working order as far as Nine- i ty-eix Station, and that it is probable that the < road will be complete from end to end by the mid- p die of April. I -, , I W- HAYE been favored with a copy of a pam- ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 3 March 1866

18f6! 1866! ITAK?YOURCLUBS. ? ^ jbr THE SENJ. ||?D, Editor and Proprietor. >ffiE ONL? RECOGNIZED DEMOCRATIC " vi^^n^PA^B PUBLISnED ^?j^Qp SEMI-WEEKLY :>40lfjrfgf? ^?5o?K NEW8 HAS BATTLED AGAINST I forU?tt|: years of bK?>d and terrer, In i^csston olthq sanctity of tho Oonst?tution.'' A patriot 01 K&WeiWiiBf04^to. embraoo both, sections has been ? ?ody gtutfeylirid *t ref er a no w with honest pride to ii 8 ^cord. to show that It has not turned to the right or the J<$k aSsder all the violence of arbitrary power. ; Xr?? ti its principies ss THE NEWS has been through d? tte raiga o? terror, it shaUongcs publio confidence in its ?9 3onea}J|'and independence for the futuro. j. ThJBl,p?^Q?ij. tuaiau?on of the present day opens to ?EXS NEWS s new aud vidor field of us**'*'*""?*- Staini? ng nsw as it always has, on Un invir^blhty of the Con atttuttoa, according to the interp-etation of the strict aoaatrtAionists, it presents a r?ftofS ground for ail, in ?otb. acans, who aro f...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 3 March 1866

(AITKEN, NOYES ANO \ JOHNSTON, NO 159 MEETING-STREET ?IPOETERS AM) JOBBERS. DRY GOODS '\ ?. HS AND CASSLMERE5 J* BLANKETS AND FLANNELS ^ CLOAKS AND SHAWLS DELAINES AND PRINTS FRENCH MERINOS PLAIN A.\0 PLAID LiINSKYS 'mrOLISH. DRESS GOODS j' IRISH ' LINEN S BROWN & BLEACHED SHIRTINGS OPERA FLANNELS SATINETS AND KERSEYS - TICKS AND STRIPES. AI?VV^. A LABOE ASSORTMENT OF OPERA HOODS, SCAEPS, SHAWLS, Sonta#s and Nubias. ALSO, A COMPLETE STOCK ?F m FANGT GOODS, _" _. _*. TO WHICH WE INVITE THE ATTENLOH OF THE TRADE. October 19 t_"_._ 1866. 1 F0S1866. 1866. lABLEY'S CELEBRATED ?ii O i (H: ... N^rfc Adverl?seinents^ . IRL S corariXWDr-sr?i'irr, NEW-TORBU WBT AND GALVANX^^TBON^PTMTA^ Ut ' ETTINGS BBASS WORK PORTA LI AND STATION AK Y STEAM ENGINES V? AND BOILERS. 8opte??er28 9m? -j-, MBAM TUCKER & CO., S?SB^TKEES OF AND WBCIS3ALE DEALERS IN > fsPBING BEDS, FOLDING WOOD COTS, FoF VARIOUS SIZES. WITH ?N&LATOG SPEIN6r BOTTOMS, ?ON BEDSTEADS, BBJbrZS GOODS FOR KEROSENE. ( YpSPRTNG...

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

?nre ia?; V&i^ulei* Sruajl Fox, Setaria*. H Tif1 Measles. H A mor?ha.rk .aUd^powner nf Boston has : he foHowMj TB?ijji.i?fat to him from Engla H vhore it Wa?^nrrii?he? by Mr.^iaririn, mom H , of the JJosajMs^^ H t aa *^,&;tfe'?na-.,t?'?i will effect a revolution I A*10 aa regarda tha?preventfon i I ' V^^^^K ?* fa*iU pox> b?fc^*^S.of meae m ^ilavtffl^ howler mahgr^t?ftype, ii I ^fi^Jig" an^-ej^aor'dinary tl Hw ^S^mwS?mw^0 ^eeas^^01Pate(?even bylho m ?-?^BHWV? ap/1T*01100 ot fever orirritati H -. v I^IHHlw^ pether cooarring; in faruil H^NtBa^HflHHIIIM^^?! tho5 subjoined mode? Hi '4?3^>B ^^H?^%^ fk rilce 00 entered on : Tato c I ',??<. ^^MSf|^^A5er^ foxglove or digitalis (va ^J^^^^^^HmOnta:Kn3eatie3s?-tho dark shoe ^rwMarapSS^hfof sulphate.of zino (this f ^""*nraas whit? vitriol). The Bfrofla?.t.jpr?ughly in a ?iortar or otb l^^^??r with four o?' five drop3 HyBSS?n * noggin (or about fo BSSjpwit.fr.- laouie , syrup or auge BffjyjBI IHHESS^'^A0^6, a;i^ two teaspoo ^K?B^...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 14 March 1866

CHABLESTOX DAILY KEWS....DECEMBEB 9, 1865. _" The Daily lN"ews, LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TUE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. MW TKE LIST OF LETTBB8 re wiftiTiinp- in, the Postoffioe at the end of each weeli is published, officially fr? 'i'WHi PATT.V NEW8 every Fri? day morning. BT TELEGBAPH. Congressional News. WASHINGTON, March 12.-Senator SHEEHAN, of Ohio, presented to the United States Senate, to? day, a petition from a citizen of Columbia, S. C., asking indemnity for loss sustained by the do etrnc'^n of his house. He read a letter from Gen. SHEBHA*, a?ogiug tliat Columbia was not fired by Federal authority, but by order of Gen. WADE HAMPTON. Gen. SHEEHAN states that the town was on fire when he entered. The petition Was referred to the Committee on Claims. The bill to admit Colorado was discussed. Senator B?MNEB opposed it, because no provision was made in the Constitution to allow negro suffrage. In the United States House of Representatives r resolution declaring tho ine...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 14 March 1866

2 CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....MARCE 14, 1866._ The Daily JSTews. w-fcUJiisSDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1886. FENIANISM TH AJEE RICA. ?BATS THB UNITED STATES FTTT.TTT T.Tn THilB HBTJ TBAL OBLIGATIONS ?-THZia GOOD TAXI'S ELOQUENTLY DEPENDED. In the House of Commons, on the 23d ult., Mr Watkin asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer "whether any representation had been made to tho, Government of Washington in reference to the Fenian organization, and prefaced it by narrating ? number of details relating to the doings and the motives of the society which had oome to his '. knowledge during a recent visit in America. .He ? enforced from these particulars the conclusion ? that Fenianism was foreign hi its Origin, and that "while the Govenunent contented themselves mere? ly with prosecuting Irish Fenians, and neglected io deal with it st its source, they wotddfa.il to put it down. Ho maintained that the Fenians io America were violating the highest international obligations, and from the recent vigo...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 14 March 1866

_^ CHABLESTON DAILY NEWS....MABfJH 14,1866._ SI The Daily News. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1866. COMMERCIAL. The Charleston Cotton Market. Ibero was a good demand for the staple yesterday, and about SOO balea were sold at an advance of one cent per pound on previous quotations. Wa quote : Low Middling to Middling.36331 Btrlct Middling.399 Good Midaling.409 August* Market. AUGUSTA, March 10.-COTTON.-The market is de? pressed and unsettled, so mach so that we are onable to (Ive correct quotations. The offering stock ls light, while purchasers have withdrawn, in a mess are, from ti? market Very little is being done in consequence. GOLD.-Buying at 31 to 32, and selling at SA, Silver Buring at 25, and selling at 30. Macon Market. MACON, March 9.-COTTON.-The demand yesterday resulted in the salas of 75 bales. We quote 30 cents " ttl? top of the market Columbus Market. COLUMBUS, GA, March 10.-Corrow.-Owing toe dispatch haring been received Thursday afternoon that Cotton had declined ld. ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 14 March 1866

4 CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....MABCH 14,1866._ THE ffMlEST?N DAIM i\BW? G. R. CATHCART, EDITOR. " CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS, Notvl?vHAYNE-STREET. . :?5rs PUBLLSHEBS' KOTIGE. ORTTL THE GREATLY IN CREASED COST OP PU ?RB3NG A NEWSPAPEB shell warrant otherwise, i mt the Charleatou Prega have adopted, and will rigid ?Oher? to, the fo?owfflg SCHEDULE OP PRICES : SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY-TWELVE MEWTH8.i.*10'1 DAHJY-8IX MONTHS'.*...T BAILY-THBEB MONTHS.?.! UNGLE COPIES.....-3ft.S SO NEWS DEALERS..... ?K.""v.3 cenl BATES OP ADVERTISING. 10 eenie a line for first insertion. 10 oents) a Une for each-e?Beeqnent Insertion. S Han or under to be charged half a square. Subject io a discount of 2?per cent on aO bills of $( and over, ar on all bUla of regnlar advertisers. Ito Marriage and Funeral-Nolices- $1. ' 11 ie highly desirable that ail Society, Company an ?r?ate Hottete should be paid in advance. AB BaB and Exhibition Advertisements mutt be pei tat in advance, unleas they are ordexod...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 14 March 1866

CHAKLESTON DAILY NEWS....MAECH 14,1866._-ll-& _-"~- i ? -rr r< mm IT Ci A T 170 The LDa?y ??ews WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1866. LIESEST CIRCULATION ,3 THE STATE. LARGEST C1RCUL7aT1?N IN THE CITY. ?"THE LIS"? OF LETTERS re maininsc :nth'? Poetoffioe at the end 5?? wee?r ? is published officially la THE jjL.Y NEWS every Fri? day mornii -ii AGENTS.. 1,16 ioU' /wing ?re the Agents for this paper: W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Collect? ing Ag(4nt .HU,OK ft PERKY, office cf Sentinel, Barnwell, S. C. 001 .. J. J. RYAN, Barnwell, a C. M. TRIMMER, Spartan Office, Spartanburg, 8. C 'I a> T. Dc BO IS, Marion. .C. S. HARRY. Sandy Ford P. 0., Madison co., Fis, ^PATRICK fc HUVEY, Macon, Georgia. .3,1. MCKNIGHT, unionvuie. j. E, ALLEN. Chester-C. H., 8. C JOSEPH H. SEARS, "Sew South," Hilton Head. W. a "LANCE, Grahamville P. 0., Beaufort, 8. 0. B. F. BRADFORD, \Palterboro', 8, C. S. L. DARR, Sumter, a 0. THAD. 0. ANDREWS, Orangeburg, a C j, T. HER8HMAN, " Journal offioe," Cam...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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