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

The Daily News. TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 3, 1866. The Northern Papers on the Veto Message. The two vetoes of the President-tho first of the Freedmen's Bureau Bill, the lost of the Civil Bights Bill-may bo regarded as marking an epoch in American politics which presages and, indeed, necessitates, a thorough change in party organizations and relations. We have already expressed our views on the Veto Mes ?see of the President, and present below some extractsj from leading New York journals in regard to lt. The World (Dem.) says : By this wise and able message, President Johnson bas established a new claim to public confidence. He bas shown himself, thus far, a s'ateaman of singular Inde? pendence ; self-reliance and political courage. . * . The veto is a conclusive demonstration of what was apparent before, that the conflict between the President and Congress admits of neither compromise nor reconciliation ; and that the controversy canoe de? cided only by an appeal to their common super...

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. — 3 April 1866

The Daily, News TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1868. A Philanthropist In Limbo. Among tho limited number of white persons w ho at tou Je J Fred. Douglass and his colored companions, on tho occisi?n of their visit to the President, was one CALVIN PEPPER, who, we believe, claimed t o hail from South Carolina. We find in the Philadelphia Inquirer, v Radical paper, of th? 29th ult, tho foUowli g notice of 3?r. PEPPER, who, lt seems, has got himself into trou? ble, having fail? d to obtain thc assont of the freedmen to tho exchange of their cash for his fino word-i and moral Ideas, which be regarded as an tmplr equivalent for all the savings which they gave bim an opportunity .to pocket. There aro a good many PEPPERS here, and we would suggest to our colored people to have nothing todo with all those noble apos'Ies in the "cause." Most of them are as great hnmbugs as CALVI? P. Tho arrest of Calvin Pf pp?r. of Norfolk, who bas fig? ured of late M a disintore*ted liumanl'nmn iu a colo nizatlon ...

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. — 3 April 1866

THE ?aiRJjBSTOJ! BAILY NEWS, TJT~TCATHCART, EDITOR." CATHCART, McfflLLAN & MOBTON, PROPRIETORS', No. 18 H?YNE-STREET. TERMS-CASH. PUBLISHERS' NOTICE. TJNTTL THE GREATLY INCREASED OOST OF PUB? LISHING A NEWSPAPER shall warrant otherwise, we of the Charleston Press hare adopted, and will rigidly adhere to, the following SCHEDULE OF PRICES : SUBSCRIPTION. DITLY-TWELVE MONTHS.~.?10.00 DITLY-SIX MONTHS.5.00 D ATLY-~THR EE MONTHS.?.50 SINGLE COPIES.S cents NEWS DEALERS.3 cents BATEO OF ADVERTISING. 18 cents a Une for first Insertion. 10 cen ta a Une for each subsequent insertion. 6 Un es or under to be charged half a square. Subjeot to a discount of 20 per cent on all bills of $50 . ld over, or on all bills of regular advertisers. For Marriage and Funeral Notices-$1. It ls highly desirable that all Society, Company and Estate Nott ces should be paid in advance. sdi Bail and Exhibition Advertisements must be paid for in advance, unless they are ordered to be oharged to reg liar adverti...

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. — 3 April 1866

The Daily News. TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 3, 1366. LAKGEST CIRCULATION IX THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE CITT. 49? THE LIST O IT LETTERS re? maining in tho JP os tofft ce at the end of each weelt is published officially in TBTJK T> A TT,Y lVTffiWS every JTri day morning._ AGENTS. The following ure the Agents for this paper: W. A HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Collect lng Agent. Col. J. J. RYAN, Barnwell, S. C. F. M. TBIMMIER, Spartan Office, Spartaabnrg, S. C. J. T. LJ?BOIS, Marion. 0. 8. BARBY, Sandy Ford P. 0., Madison co., Fla. PATRICK k HTJYBY, Macon, Georgia. S. A MCKNIGHT, Union villa. J. B. ALLEN. Chester 0. H., 8. a JOSEPH H. SEARS, " New South," Hilton Head. W. a I ANCE, Grahamville P. 0., Beaufort, S. 0. & F. BRADFORD, Walterboro', 8, a H. L. DARB, Sumter, a 0. THAD, a ANDREWS, Orangeburg, a a J. T. HERSHMAN, "Journal office," Camden, a 0. J. M. BROWN, "Southerner office," Darlington, 8. 0. M. M QUINN k BBC, Augusta, J. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga. ISAAC DA VEG A,...

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

WILLIAM B. HERIOT & CO BANKERS AMD GENERAL AGENTS, No. ?49 King-street, CHARLESTON, 8. C. fjEOEIVE DEPOSITS AND ALLOW INTEREST {HKBSON. DEAL IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC B2 O HANGE, M?SE COLLECTIONS AND PEO MPT BE flRJBNS. References tn Ifew Yorki KesarK. DUNCAN, SHERMAN & 00. Messrs. HENRY CLEWS A CO. EIOHARD LATHERS, Esq., Pr eal dent Great Wetten uewraaoe Company. B, J, HOWLAND. Esq., No. BO Wall-street. GEORGE X. HOPE, Esq., President Continental Insn* ?saee Qompany._ October 80 WILLIS & CHISOLM, FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS. AND SHIPPING AGENTS. T?TTLL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE ANT TV SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Dom est?o Ports) ot .COTTON, RIOS, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES. ATLANTIC WHARF. Charleston, 8. O. BL WILLIS.AB. OHI80L? October 2ft_ "STYLES* CARTER, SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS IN NAVAL STORES, Io. 19 V A N D K II HOK ST'S WHARF CHARLESTON, S. O. L. 0. STYLES.I. F. CARTER February a_ ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO., WHOLESALE DKAI.KBB, Shipping anil C...

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

TURPENTINE. HACKS GLUE HOOP IRON TRUSS HOOPS COOPERS' TOOLS BRASS WIRE CLOTH AND A LARGE ASSORTAIENT OF HAKD W AHE. AT WHOLESALE Alf? RETAIL. FOR SALE BT HABT & CO., AT THEIR OLD STAND Corser of King and Market Streets, CHAELESTON, & C Marc .?? IDK A BRILLIANT LIGHT. EED BOCK OIL OFFICE No. 94 EAST BAT, CORNER BROWN'S WHARF. J. GRUNTHAL & CO. ABB HOW BEADY TO SUPPLY ALL DEALERS IN rbis celebrated Ul umina Ung OIL, March J Imo A NEW AND ELEGANT ARTICLE FOB THE SKIN, THE "CIRCASSIAN BLOOM." FOR THE INSTANTANEOUS REMOVAL OF ALI Pimples, Blotches, Wrinkles, Freckles, Worm Spots, Pit Harks, Blemishes, Tan, Redness of tha Skin, Chapped Skin. It will core Tetter and Ringworm, and rt movo all Eruptions of the Skin, tending to mar the beauty and bloom of the face. It renders the f kin soft and fair, and restores the natural freshness and roseate hue of the complexion, so attractive in women. For sale by Druggists everywhere. JOHN M. MARIS k CO., Wholesale Agents, Philadelphia, Pa...

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

BASKETS! BASKETS! ATEST FI SE ASSORTMENT OF BASKETS JUST received, and of the moat desirable styles, suob .a: LADIES' KETIOULE OB WO BK BASKETS, taney eotored; Traveling. Market, Lunch, Key, Ac,, of ell kinds - mad sizes. For sale low at Von Santen's Bazaar, No. 390 KING-STREET. March S 1 G. W. Steffens & Co No. 320 KING-STREET, COBNER OF GEORGE. CHOICE BUTTER, LARD AND CHEE8E New Fork Sugar-Oured Hams, Strips and Shoulders Davis' Di ?mond Hams Crosio A Blackwell's Picolili Worcestershire S&uce English and French Mustard 8uears, Coffee and Teas-the finest in market Walhalla Bolognas Northern Bolognas and Pork Sausages Choice Brandies and Wines Champagne and Crab-Applo Cider, Ac. March 3_ G. W. STE?M & C0.7 NO. 28 VENDUE RANGE. Cir BBL9. AND HHDS. HAMS, STRIPS AND J?0 SHOULDERS 30 sicks Coffee, assorted 100 bbls. Family Flour 50 bbls. and hods. Sugars 20 half bbls. Family Beef and Pork 15 bbls. Whtto Wine Vinegar 40 bbls. Gibson's Whiskey 100 bbls. Potatoes 20 ohests Hyso...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 7 April 1866

Cjmrlistfltt Jail j pi^ VOLUME II_.No. 170J CHAELESTON, S. C., SATURO?Y, APRIL 7, 1886. [PRIOF. PW** nrc^jrPG Tile Daily IN ews LABTEST CIRCULATION JS THE STATE. LAE?EST CIRCULATION Ei THE OTT. ?ar THE LIST OF LE7TTEK9 re mainirx? tn the Poetoffico at the enU of each week ls published officially Ix? THE DAILY NEW8 erv err Fri? day morniiu. BY TELEGRAPH. Congressional New?. WABSIK?TOH, April 6.-Senator LAUS, of Kansas, of? fered a joint resolution for tho admission of the South? ern Stater to representation on the condition of re pudlating the Confederate debi, endr.ralng the F?deral debt, ann ullin g ordlnanoe of secerslon, and granting the right of suffrage to oolored perseus who pay a tax on two hundred and fifty dollars worth of property, and can read and write. He spoke of the necessity of imm?? diats action on the subject of reconstruction, t-> eave the Republic ui party. Tho Voto Mrssoze was ta\en np. when some sharp conversation ensued between Senators LAKE and M PW DZ -th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 7 April 1866

The Daily JNews. SATURDAY MORNING. ArP.IL 7, 166C. FROM HAVANA. ?S?" rs HAVANA. _ HAVANA. WEDNESDAY, March 28, 1SGG. The news from Mexico brought b^the American ?teamer Vera Cruz and tho Spanish steamer Cuidad Oonda" shows no abatement of the civil war now lor a long lime, ragi-g in that unfortunate country, both Barties claiming victories over their opponents, but vic t?'ies that produce no results tending toa settled peace. The great battle between Regules aiu M< udi z, of which no exact account he s \ et been obtained, although tho latter claimed a victory, has been variously commented upon by tho Imperial Press, som?? of which papers doubt the veracity or Mendez' account, and even sty that it has been found impossible to see his official ac? count of the battle transmitted t? headquarters. One of the above-nam'd journals Bays that the engage? ment took pltce cn the 20th, in the Plains of Uruapan, and was very hardly contested, although un forton ate for the Imperialists, Mend...

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

Tlie Daily ISTews. SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL T, 1866. THE P?BLIO DEBT.-The following is a etateinent of the public debt of the United States on the 1st cf April, 186?: DEBT BSA BING COIN INTEREST. 6 per cent, bon-is. $198,241,106.00 6 per cent bonds of 1867 and 1868. 18,323,591 80 C per cent, bonds. 1881. 283,716.650.00 6 per cent. 6-20 bonds. 679.960,000.00 Total.$1,180,?36,341.80 DEBT BFLAKING COBB.ENGT INTEREST. 6 per cent bonds. $4,634,000.00 Temporary loan. 121,761.970.36 Certificates of indebtedness. 62,268,000.00 One and two year 6 per cent notes. 8,630,900.00 Three-yearcompouudinterest notes... 17i,012,141.00 Three-year 7 30 notes. 817.014,000.00 Total.$1,186,207,011.36 Matured debt, not presented for pay? ment. $930.679.00 DELX BEARING KO INTEREST. Dr ited States Notes.. $422.719.252.00 Fractional currency. 28,005,452.02 Gold certificates of der salt. 9.665.760 00 Total . $460.419,864.02 Total debt.$2,827,793,890.82 Amount in treanurj coin. 62,(69,700.80 Amount In treasury cu...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 7 April 1866

4 THE Q. R. CATHCART, EDITOR. CATHCART, McIITLLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETOR?. No. 18 HAYNE-JTREET. TERMS-OASH. SUBSCTUPTIOS. DITLY-TWfcLVB MONTHS.|10.00 DAILY-SIX MONTHS.??00 D4JLT-THRBE MONTHS.?.?0 BINOLE OOPLES.5 cents TO NEWS DK?LEB8.3 cents LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION EN THE CITY. sw 1HB LIST OF XJKTTEIRS re m"bining in the JPostorrioe at the end of eaoh weeli is pnblished officially in THE DA TT, Y NEWS every F"ri day morning. News Summary. New Orleans is crowded with emigrants to Mexico. Turkey is reported as being again "sick," and Russia and Franco wero investigating the condition of tho pa? tient. A Ru ?ian military movement towards the Pruth was looked for. The Oerman steamships AlUmcnia and Hermann are ?o run au ocean race from Southampton to Now York on their next trip. Heavy bots on the reeult were pending in England. Thero is considerable interest mt-?iiesled in the build? ing of a railroad to connect Chattanooga and Cincinnati. A convention ba...

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. — 7 April 1866

The Daily News. SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 7, 1866. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION U\ THL CITY. W THE LISX OF LKTTEES re? ma airliner, m tho Postoffice at the end o? eaoh wfo^hc is pur>lisfae<l orfcioially tn XI-TJEC DAILY NEWS every Eri? clay inornlnc. AGENTS. The following oro tie Agents for thia paper: W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Collect lag Agent TOWNSEND & NORTH, Booksellers and Stationers, Columbia, S. 0. OoL J. J. RYAN, Barnwell, 8. 0. 7. M. TRLMMTER, Spartan Office, Spartanbnrg, 8. C. J. T. DoBOIB, Marion. 0. 6. HARRY, Sandy Ford P. 0., Madison co., Fla. PATRICK & H UVE Y, Macon, Georgia. B. A. MCKNIGHT, unionmie. J. R. ALLEN. Chester C. H., S. 0. JOSEPH H. SEARS, "New South," Hilton Head. W. & LANCE, Gre ham ville P. 0., Beaufort, & C. & F. BRADFORD, Walterboro', 8, C. H. L. DARR, Sumter, 3. C. THAD, a ANDREWS, Orangeburg, a a J. T. HERSHMAN, "Journal offloe," Camden, a 0. 1. M. BROWN, "Southerner office," Darlington,...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 7 April 1866

J. THOMLINSON, MERCANTILE AGENT. SECHANTS' AND PLANTERS' ORDERS FOB _ " ?ii kinda of MEB0HANDI8E, GUANO, ftc, ftc, itwttdoi to with promptneaa and dispatch. Prod ooo rooelved and sold. gaxraBxvoEB: Charleston-Jennings, Thomlinson ft Go., Hayne-st Oban.try-Any of the old interior Merchants. OtBoa with PIERSON ft 00., Wholesale Dealers In . Jstfcfcsfc No. 26 Hayne-street Imo March 14 PERRYCLEAR & HALSET, Fae Urs and Commission Merchants, FOR THE SALE OF TIMBER AND LUMBER? OFFICE FOOT OF MONTAGUE-STREET. Maccb.6_lT? SEO, E. PRITCHETT, COMMISSION MERCHANT ?ORTH ATLANTIC WHARF, CHARLESTON S. C. Birch, 9 Amos* JOHN G. MILNOR & CO., AJUCTION ann COMMISSION MERCHANTS, JN~o. 135 Meeting-street. Charleston, S. C., "T?rrrix BESUME THEIR OLD BUSINESS, ASD wa?H solioltconsignments of MEBOHANDISE orallo fjartnttons, either for PnbUc or Private Sale. <*ar Particular attention paid to all outdoor saler. .4Q.nary 30 swi?.? WHOLESALE AND KETAIL GIoOOEE/IBS. (?BO. W. STEFFENS & CO. 117 ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 7 April 1866

THE EMiLISII il AMERICAN BANK, LIMITED. INCORPORATED UNDER "THE COMPA? NIES' ACT, 1S63." AUTHORIZED CAPITAL <?1,S00,000, IN G0,000 SHARES OF ?30 EACH. First Issue, 30.000 Shares, and the remainder to be is? sued as tra; bo required, under the sanction of a Gen? eral Meeting. THE ENGLISH & AMERICAN BANK, LIMITED, Haying opened Offices at No. 63 WALL STREET, NEW TOBE, ?B prepared to sell Bills of Exchange on the ENG CJSH AND AMERICAN BANK (LIMITED), Lon? don, and on the UNION BANK OF LONDON; to buy Bills of Exchange, aad to issue Commercial and Travel? ers'Credits, available in all parts of the world. Com? mercial Credits issued for use in the EAST INDIES, CHINA. AND AUSTRALIA, WILL BE UPON THE ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION OF LONDON. Further particulars may be ascertained on application at tho Office. Na 63 Wall street WILLIAM WOOD, Manager. GEO. BURGH ALL WATTS, Assistant Manager. April 2 _3mos NEW HAT^ HOUSE. A. G. GOODWIN, WHOLESALE 2?]SALEB Eft HITS, MPS, STRiW GOODS, AND UMBR...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 7 April 1866

8 PURE APPLE CIDER ON X>R-A.TJC3-ST. FOB BALE AT NO 68 MABRET-STREET. I April 7_1_THEO COBDBS. J. W. & P. E. Oi\f\ BARRELS POTATOES. A8 ABOVE, ?\J\J For sale at No. 157 MEETING-STREET. April 7_1*_ EDWARD BANCROFT'S H. S. FRUITS 1 f\ OASES OF THE ABOVE, JUST RECEIVED JLXJ andfjraieby J. BANCROFT, Jr.. April 7_2_No. 96 Eist Hay. PERUVIAN GUANO. DI SECT FROM THE AGENT; WARRANTED GENUINE. REESE'S PACIFIC GP i KO. BUTCH'S PHOSPHATE OF MME, Received on consignment, and for cale by J. N. ROBSON, April 7_stntb3_No. 62 East Bav. RED ASH EGG COAL. AFEW TON* LEFT. WHICH WILL BE 80LD oaeap If applied for at once. T. 8. & T. G. LU DD, April 7 2 noyce's Wharf. SEED POTATOES FOR SALE, TO ARRIVE ABOUT 16TH INST. APPLY TO ROPER fi STONEY. April 7 2 Vand?rlinrnt Wharf. C?TTOI?S?^DT" COTTON SEED ! Q?^i?l BUSHELS FRIPP'S 8T. HELES l ISLAN J {j\_/KJ 200 bu-hols Owens' host sclootiou. ThU 8eed is of the crop of <6>'i, abd has bu-.-u alrcndy | tested, aud prov? 1 to bo fresh. For sale at ...

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

VOLUME II....N0. 133.] CHARLESTON, S. C., TH?RSDAY MOANING, 1?EBRUARY 33, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. The Daily News, LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION EV THE CITY. sw '1?H.JAI r_*i8T OF LETTKKS re mainins: In the Postoffloe st the end ot eaoh week ls published officially Ix? THK DAILY NKW8 every Fri? day mornins. BY TELEGRAPH. The Cholera in a Vessel at Halifax. N.e. > New YOBX, April 9.-A di ?patch from Halifax, N. S., ? Mys the eteamer England, which had arrived there, has sixty oases of cholera on board, and that there had been forty deaths. Washington News. WASHINGTON, April P.-The President to-day sent a Message to Congress, recommending an extension of the time confe-red upon tho Southern 8Utes, tai aid in the extension of railroads, fer fire years. Election in Angnnta, Ga. ? AUCVSTA, OA , April P.-JAE. T GARDINBE was elected Mayor of this city hy one hundred and seventy-three majority over BLODOETT. New York Market. Nxw YOBS, April 9 -Cotton has declined ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 10 April 1866

The Daily ISTews. TUE8D vY MORNING, APRIL 10. 1866. fFO* THE ilAILT HIWB.J Fargett Never. BT MP. 9 . 0. A. BALL. TW ANfcWIR TO TOB SEHTIMENT WHIOH HAS BEE* EX? PRESSED OF LATE BT Al ANT, " WK SHOULD PO BO BT THE PAOT." X. Can tbe mother forget the child < f her love, Who was into tior tenderest heart-erriuge wove, Who lisped his .first prayer her knee bielde, And grew to manhood her-Joy and pride.? Can abo lookover altmarly grave, . j And for I? ttlng tho cause he die** to eave, Think of the peat, aa lt ne'er had beenr Those years In her thoughts are too lresh. I ween: Forget? Never. n. Can thc father forget his first-born son, , Who, ere bin boyhood waa fairly run. Shouldered his musket and left his side. And for love of his country fought and died? Think yoUjObllvion's waveB caa roll Over a parent's stricken soul? Oh no; th? past, with its waves of blood, Surges his heart like a mighty flood. Forget? Never. in. Can the sis'er forget the brother beloved. Who with Tier through th...

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

The Daily ISTews, TUESDAY MOBNING. APRIL 10, 1866. PROM PARIS. {Corrttpondenot y alumni InUUigtncer.] PAJ? 13, Tueeday, March 20, 1866.-To judge from the German newspapers, f>om the tone of the teiegraphio dispatches from the same quarter, and tho complexi?n of the Paris Bourse, one might ba dispoeod to think that Europe was on the verge of a mighty fratricidal war on her no the rn confinen; and all "Fatherland" ts, undoubtedly, in a state of s rance commotion from east to weat, and threatening to break ont into a schism be? tween oonsantfutnouR rnoes almost as unnatural and dis? astrous in its consequences as that which recently divid? ed North and Soutb un a diOerent continent Un ono Side, Count Bis" ark and King Winiam I'I. are openly preparing to appropriate finally the spoils of tho King? dom ct Denmark; and on the other, Fr.m ci- Joseph of Austria and hin marshals axe holding councils to decide whether it ls "their cue to fight" for a eharo at once in the pluncer, and for t...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 10 April 1866

THE MARLESTON BAILY NEWS, G. R. CATHCART: EDITOR. CATHCART, HcffllLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETOR?. Mo. 18 HAYNE-STKEET. TBRMS-OASH. 8UB8CIUPTION. DALLY-TWELVE MONTHS. DAILY-SIX MONTHS. DALLY --THR KB MONTHS. SINGLE COPIES. TJ NEWS D SALEES.; LARGEST CIRCULATION Di T^Cg STATE. LIRGEST CoCTJLATIO?? ?Fffi CITY. MW TB LIST OF LETTERS re m ?laina in tho Posrtoffloe at tho end of each wool* is published officially in THE DAILY NEWS ?very Fri? day morning. ..110.00 ....5.00 ......50 ,5 centa .3 cent* xSi ews Summary. The steamabip Emily B. Souder, Capt? R. W. LOCK? WOOD, arrived here yesterday from New York with a | full cargo. She was detained by strong head winds. We are under obligaUons to Purser CLANCY for papers, which were anticipated by the land rouie. The steamship Fannie, Capt. SMOOT. from 8avannsh for Baltimore, pot into this harbor yesterday in conse? quence of tho heavy northerly blow prevailing along I the coast. 8he will leave again as soon as the weather | moderates. The Briti...

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. — 10 April 1866

The Daily USTews. TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 186S. LOCAL MATTERS ' SEB SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -5? COHONEB'S INQUEST.- An inqnoat was held at the City Hospital, on Sunday afternoon last, on the body of Ada? line Horel, coloxod, who was rescued from the steamer General Hooker, at the time of tho lato accident, most shockingly burnt The verdict of thc jury was in ac? cordance with the facts. FIEE.-Abont 9 o'clock last night on alarm of ure was given in the First Ward. On repairing to the spot, Brown's North Wharf, we found that the schooner J. Paine, MAYO master, now loading for Boston, was on Are. Wc understand that the captain discovered some smoke proceeding from below decks, where cotton had been stored during the afternoon, when he promptly put down the batches and gave the alarm. The engines soon commenced playing into the schooner's hold, and, at the time we left, a little after 10 P. M., lt was thought that the Ure would bo subdued without any material in jury to the vessel. W...

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