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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 April 1866

':,, : r*v\'A'\*p VOLUME II....NO. 188.] CHARLESTON, S. O., SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 98, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CJBNTS. TTtie Daily News. LAIWEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION D? THE CITY. ?a-THE LIST OF LB7PTERB re maining in. the XPostoftloe at the end of each weelt: ire pnblished offioially In THB3 DAILY NBTW8 every Fri day mornlna. BY TELEGRAPH. LATER FROM EUROPE. FCRT&E& DECLINE IN COTTON. Middling Upland 14d. New Yobk, April 26.?Europoan datos to tho lSthhavo been reooived. Salea of Cotton on Saturday five thousand (5000) bales. FriccB have deolined from one (li penny to three and a half (8tjd) pence?Middling Uplands being quoted at l?d. U. B. Fivo-tweutioa, 67 to G7*j, ex-ooupona. Con sola, 85? to86J. The Qerman iliiTioulty continaes. AVaBl.ln?ion New?. Washington, April 26.?Pardons have been granted in the caces of Mayor Hohboe and Aldor man Nixon, of Now Orleans. The oharges whioh were brought agaiiiul theso gentlemen have been refuted to the satisfaction ...

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. — 28 April 1866

F CHABXESTON DAILY NEWS....APRIL 28, 1866. Tlie Daily ?STe^vs. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL ,28. 1866. LITKRARY. The Old Guau*?, for May, comes handsomely adorned with a stool plate portrait of Gen. B. 8. Ewell. Tho tablo of contents of tho prceont number is more than usually attractive : 1. St ato Sovereignty Not-Doad. 2. Tho Camp Firo (Pootry). 3. Bortha 8coly, the Heroine of tho Old Dominion. 4. Moral Epidemics. 6. By tho Soa. C. Dear Memories (Poetry). 7. General Sherman's Officers among tho Ladies of Raleigh. 8 Tbo Penitent Mother'(Poetry. 9. Fifteen Years of [Emancipation in tho West Indios ; by Thomas Carlyle. 10. Pornicious Literature. 11. Now Books. Editor's Table, . The first article is a review of Hon. Fernando Wood's letter to Hon. Henby A, Wise; an eloqaent protest against the now doctrino of Central Power Vf. States Rights. Oui bono* However,'tb? paper js well worth reading, aQd we append the conclu ding paragraph. in conclusi?n, We wiolr'to say*that this article is no moro...

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. — 28 April 1866

_CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....APRIL 28, 1866. _3 The Daily IS"ews. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 28, 1866. -The Secession Ordinance and Civil Affair?. On th? 12th instant, Justice B ?bsabd, of tho * Superior Courfc o? Now York, 'in the oabo of tho Crescent City Bank vs. Edward, et als, doniocl , the motion, to strike out the dofence of Mr. Mat _:, .THxws, a party to tho suit. ! Tho question involved in this preliminary mo r tlon is one of great importance to all persona hav t Ing business connections with Southorn firms du ' ring the war. The suit was brought upon a note UWen by the agent of the firm of Matthews & BiiANDF.H, if such a firm existed intermodiato the : Louisiana Ordinance* of Secession and tho capturo Of New Orleans, at that city, and was discounted by the plaintiff. Matthews was thon and now a resident of New Yorj*-, while tho other partners .-were residents of New Orleans. Tho defendant, Matthews, net up in bin answer,, ,r- --first, that the partnership was never compIeUd,...

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. — 28 April 1866

4 CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....APBIL 28. 1866. THE vUAItLESTON DAILY NEWS, O. B. OATHOART, Editor. ?ATHOABT, McSILLLAN & MORTON, PBOPBTETOBS. Mo. 18 HAYNE-STREET, TXJX\1&B^-C3A.GX3: suBsoBienoN. PAILY-TWHLVK MONTHS._>_ .-...JIO.OO DAILY?SLX MONTHS.?.OO ?ALLY-THREB MONTHS..?.BO BINGLEOOPrES.5 ceijts 10 NEwffT>KALEB8.3 cents LARGEST CIRCULATION DC THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. _____ , aw the. ?.isa? op UEnrrmxiB *e xnain.ira*z in tire PostofHo? at the on?l of onoh week ie publi-a-lied o ill o lull y in TH_ DALLY ZffZTWS every ITri day mornin?. ISTews Siirnixiary. Clat and Davis were not permitted an intorviow with eaoh other. j The revenue collected in Utah in 1864 amount ed to $40,000. For 1865 it will reaoh $60,000. There were fonnd one hundred and thirty yarda of luco in tho back hair of a female smuggler on tho Belgian border. It 1b said that forty thousand acres are being taken np every month in Miaaouri, under the home stead law. i Beoent soientiflo invea...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 April 1866

sKWeEEET _CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....APRIL 28. 1866o_ 5 'lie Daily ]?^"ews. SATURDAY. MORNING, APRIL 28.1866. tfEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. M-JEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITT. THa? lalST OaT LETTERS r?** ^liiiiiK in tlie Fostofiioe at trie end mor-t week is ?r>-u.r>liBrf?ecl oflioittll-y ?HK 3DAXL.Y NEWS every iFVi ?l?y morninK. AGENTS. The following are the Agents for this paper: JR. A. HEMrNGWAY, Qoneral Traveling and Collect. IAgent fOWN SEND k NORTH, Booksellers and Stationen-, ibla, 8. 0. , J. jr. RYAN, BarnweU, 8. 0. M. TRIMMIBR, Spartan Offloe, Bpartanburg, a 0. T. DuBOIS, Marion. 8. HARBY, Sandy Ford P. 0?, Madison co., Fla. **ATRI0K k HUVKY, Mneon, Georgia. A. McKNIGHT, Unionvill?*, E. ALLEN. Cheater 0. II., 8. 0. PH H. SEARS, "New Boutb," Hilton Head. T. 8. LANCE, OrahamviUe P. O.. Beaufort, 8. 0. F. BRADFORD, Walterboro', 8, 0. L. DARR, Burator, 8. C. 0. ANDREWS, Orangeburg, 8. O. I. T. HERSHMAN, 'Journal offloe," Camden, B. 0. f. M. BROWN, "Southerner offloe," Darlingt...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 April 1866

6 CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....APRIL 28. 1866. ft. York Advertisements. WM. A. HINMA?T^ \%tT?3S3XiSSS??SSSLZP? ' PBRFDMERY, CONOR? JH. TRATEDFR?IT ESSENCES for-Druggist*'an? Oonroctioners' use. No. 90 Platt*tw>et, bor?tw or Ooid Hew York. Fanoy Boxes and Raskots for holiday pre sento, Saohels, Handkerohlef Bxtraols, pomades, Vins ?ir Rouge, Toi lot Powders, Hair Oils, Oil Mnsk, fX> ivet, Orait. Mask in ounoe oaddios. OU Apple. Of Banana, Butyrle Ether, ?ne Hiinakerchiof Extracts In bulk to suit purchaser?. A complete Catalogue will be forwarded by niell on s p. pUoaUoo. _thnos_ January M JAMES CONNER'S SONS' United 8tates Type Foundry AND t?RINTER$' WAREHOUSE. Hos. Mb, -.(O ?net a*4 Ventro-atre?,*_, How Yorfx, Corner of R^-avdatr-atreet. THE TYPE ON WHIOU THIO PAPER IS PRINTED Trow the ?Dot.? -ouui?rv Iv Ooto??er Type Foundry and Pr?iters-'Emporiam. ESTABLIBHED 1818. ? HA?AR & CO., Ko. 38 Gold-street, Hew York City. J. FinHIB OLD ESTABLISHED FOUNDRY, HA VENO A . JL large assor...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 April 1866

CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....APRIL 28, 1866. WILLIS & CHISOLM, FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ASO ' SHIPPING AGENTS. ATTEND TO THT? PURCHASE, 8ALB AND SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domentio Port?) of lOOTTON, RICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES. ATLANTIC WHAItlf, Charleitun, 8. O. ""LUS.A. R.OHIBOL? ?era?_;_ STYLES & CARTER, & COMMISSION MERCHANTS ?AND IN NAVAL STORES, 'DEllHOaST'B WHARF, CHARLESTON. & O. . .->?.I? P. OABTBB. mm lALD GETTY & CO., OLHOALB PTIAT.^FTRQ, SMpiug ans Commission HercMs, 18. 130 AND 128 MEETING-STREET WABXHOUBatfl : If OS). 63 (and 85 EIASEL-STHEKT, CHARLESTON, S. C ty.S.A. Souder.S. Ta Bonder ?ber M_ JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.. A.TJOTIO?T in COMMISSION MERCHANTS, iN"o. 135 !Meetixig-sfereet. Charleston, S. C., -TT/ILI. ASSUME THEIR OLD BUSINESS, AND ironld BoUolt conirignmonto of MEROHANDD3E of alia , either for Pnblio or Prl-rate Bale. KEF Saurttonlar attention paid to all out-door sales, Jan nary 80_8mos ISAAC E. HERTZ, | EUOENE BUCHET. Lata co-par...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 April 1866

*_CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....APRIL 28. 1866. WINES, ALES, HAMS, &c, OS CONSIGNMENT. 50 CA8ES SUPERIOR CLARET WINE 60 caikd "Muir k Sou'e" Hootch Alo eo casks "liurvoyV Sootoh Alo 26 casks -'Duncan k Co.'a" Bcotoh Ale 'JO bbls. Rugar Cur,.a tlams 20 bbl?. Hump Pork lb bl>U. Wliite Beans. For salo at low rates to oloso salos, by OHISOLM BROTHEnB, April 28 1 No. 33 East Bay. PORT WINE. s? QUARTER CASKS PORT WINE?A GENUINE IM ?> "POUTED ARIICLB. For nalo by J. A. EN3LOW, k CO., April28_ a No. US East Bay. 25 CHOICE NEW CROP CUBA MOLASSES. t)A HDDS. CHOICE OCBA MOLASSES, OF THE sUVJ new crop?balance of tho cargo Sehr. Alert, just arrived from MuUn-eas. Will bo sold low to closo consignment. Apply to J. A. ENSLGW k CO., April 28_ a_No. 126 East Day. H AMS, SIDES, SHOULDERS, AND STRIPS. 1 t"C ?^tfis0. POUNDS HAMS, 8IDE9, 6HOULD XO?\J\j\J ER8 AND STRIPS. For salo at low oat markot rates. WILLIAM UOAOH. Corner Adger's Ho nth wharf and East Bay. April 28_* -_ 1 u STAG G'S CHOICE SUGAR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 3 May 1866

v.*a?S VOLUME II....NO. ?oa.] CHARLESTON. S. O., THUKSDAY MORNING, MAY 3. 1866 [PRICE FIVP, ?n. xrnn? BY TELEGEAPH. Congressional News. Washinoto-*?, May 2?Bouator Dixon offorod an amendment to tho proposition of the Reconstruc tion Committee. It declares tbat when any of tho lately rebellions BtateB ehall present itBelf not only in an attitude of loyalty, but reproBentod by men oapablo of submittiug to constitutional toats, it shall bo udmittod to tho right o? representa? ion. In tho Houso tho bill for reorganizing tho army -was dofoatod. and it will noxt considor ono which has passod the Betiato for that purpose Military Commissions at an Kml. Wabhinoto.v, May 2_An order has boon issued irom tho War Department, by diroction of the President, duolariug that Military CommiBBions and Court Martial aro not authorized, tboroforo *thoy will not aesumo jurisdiction in tho trial of persona other than those belonging to the army and navy of tho Doited States, camp followors, contractors, a...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 3 May 1866

* CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....MAY 3, 181.6. ^Tiie Uaily .N^eA-va, THUR8DAY MORNING. MAY 8, 1866. I [vrji'LiBiii.D nx bequest or TUE sistebb of ukbci.) laines. gUFFOBKD TO HE WRITTEN BT AH OIJJ POI.DIKH WHO HAD jlltA VEI.Y FOUOIIT FOB t-OU 1HKItN LtUEIiril'.a, ANO DIEU) WH1I.K A riUBJNKH AT LLUIUA, I am fsr from thy portals, my own native home; lam far trtini tho r. ol 'neath which I was born;? The land of the stranger, it please? mo not As docB the old b;?*rii-,>ur<l, tho snug llttlo cot; 'Twas thero Hi it m> tuothoi wait wooed and was won, And thore my ?Id father loved most 'neath ths sun; My own native home, the one of nay blrtb. To fite 'tis the brightest, the best on tbo eartb. uli, my homo I Oh, my homol The paths of my childhood. I'll ?road novor more. Ne'er again As I trod thorn In days now of yore; Oh I then I was merry, my husrt was all gay, Not knowing to-Uny I would bo far away; Oh 1 how can I j ield thro, my own native home, Oh I how did I part from thy good ai oie...

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

I_CHARLESTON D4 7T.T T-TEWS....MAY 3, 186f,._3 'tie Daily ISTe^ws. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 186?, COMMERCIAL. ICxports. iW YORK?Per sehr Silas Wright?173 bales Upland Cotton, 65 tons Iron, OS bundles Paper. The Charleston Cotton Mtarket. In the early part or tho day Cotton was In fair request, adr.boutUO bacs woro so d on tho basis of 80o. for liddliugs. Buyers, from somo cause, afterwards with aw, und the xnsrket came to a stand. We omit qao ttlons. A-agasta? Market. AUOUflTA. May 1.?Cotton ? Sinoe last week's re lew Cotton has declined fiom 6 to 7 cents per lb. This "eavy fall has been censed by a panlo in the Liverpool tarket, which reduced the prloe of Cotton from Id to Xd. Ltter advises repoit tho Liverpool and Now York :orki it BB having recovered somowhit from the panto, id closing tinner. Cm the ?Oth ult 260 balea were sold i Now Ybrk at :*4o The transactions in the local mer er, bavo boeu limited, there being llttlo disposition to all at present low rates. On tionday a few ...

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 May 1866

4_CHARLESTON DAILY NEWB....MAY 3, 1866. THE HJBJJSTON BAIL. PWS, G. K. OATHCART: Editor. CATHCAttT, McmiaLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. No. IB HAYNE-STH?ET. TBRMS-OASH. 8UB8CTRKTION. BAILT-TWELVE M fNTHS.?1O.00 DAILY-SIX MONTHS._.5.0?? DAILY -TIIKKR MONTHS.?.50 BIKOLE COPIES.Scent? TO NEWS DEALERS.3 rents) LiRttEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. aw THE IjIS _ Olf ILiBTTTBaHtS re maining in tbe Fosto-ffioe at the end of saoh wool*: 1b -published oftloially in THE X>A.I_Y NEWS every BVi ?lay morning. JNTews Summary. They mannfaoturo whiBkey from soa grapes and palmetto berriea In Florida. The Louisiana sugar crop for 18C5-6 is estima ted at 14,700 hogsheads. Batter is Belling at thirty cents per ponnd, and eggs at twelve and a half cents per dozen, in Winchester, Vo. The Seaboard and Itoanoko Railroad is taxed to its utmost to carry tho freights from Norfolk to North Carolina and Eastern Virginia. Eight years' steady devotion to the wash tnb has enabled ...

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

I _CHARLESTON DAILY NEW8....MAY 3 1866._ 5 Tlie Daily ISTe^-vs. THUttBDAY MORNING, MAY 3, I860. LOCAL MATTERS. - **? BE- SEE SECOND AND THIBD PACES. -?? flMii. Riiao, Market sirect, betwoon King and Moeting, Bouth aide, receivOB tbo latest Now Tork papors by mail every evening ; aleo, ha? a largo assortment of magazine?*, novels, stationery, etc., always on hand. In conbequence of tho resumption of her tripa by tbe steamer Dictator, tbo steamer Emilie will discontinuo rnnning to Florida, and will resumo her regular ronto botweon this city and Savannah, via Beaufort, as per ad vor I is om ont. Attention is called to an advertisement in thin day's issue of a gentleman thorougly acquainted -with tho routines of tho various Departments at "Washington, who offers bis services in the adjust ment of claims against tho Government, ?Vc Apply to Clifford & Mvtheweb. South Carolina Railroad.?We would call at tention to a chango of schedule of this road, as announced in another column ot to...

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

6_CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....MAY 3 1HR6. M. York Advertisements. "PRICES REDUCED ! PRINTING MATERIALS. ??EW YORK TYPS FOUNDRY, (ESTABLISHED 1828.) 3NTO- ?2 BEBKMAN-BTRBB2. PRINTERS ARE INVITED TO CALL ON THE HUB tji'RIBEB, where they oan be supplied with every I Tie ol PRINTING TYPES, made from unrivalled h aid metal and Onlshed In the most accurate manner, wlU ff BUSHES an?l every article tbey require, at the LOWEtfl ff BICE for cash or approved paper. ELEOTHOTYPING AND BTEUEOTYPING. Beoond-hand Presaos and materials bought and Ttpo ?J'jpi'orfacod to order by the Newton Com ffonte assorted with aooenta for Spanish, Frenen Portuguese? Old Type taken In ezchango for NewatlBc.pcr pound November H wfm Iff " P. Q. OORTBLYOU. y?RC-JItflTRICl vxjRisjrruxtRi AT O. W StBDIONdt (JAlHIMIKhl/H, ESTABLISHED, No. 263 BOWERY, N. Y., J84X ALL KINDS OP KURINIT?RE AT WHOLES-VLB ?u-f'Retail; LOOKING GLASSES. BEDDING, kc, low auctien prices. .... aw Orders f**ithfu)ly and promptly attonled to by mall._ ...

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

_ CHARLESTON DAILY NEW.S....MAY 3. I860._7 1866!1866! MAKE UP YOUR CLUBS, THE NEW TOEK NEWS, BENJ. WOOD, Editor and Pioprietor. TUE ONLY RECOGNIZED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN NEW YORK. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY. TO THE FTJBLIC. THB NEW YORE NEWS HA8 BATTLED AGAINST despotism for four 3 ears of Mond and terror, in assertion of tbo sanctity of the Constitution. A 1 atriot lsm sufficiently broad to cnibraco both sections has been its only guide, and St refers liow with honest pride to its record to show tbat it has not turned to tbe right or the left under all the viohneo of arbitrary power. True to Is principles 88 THE NEWS has been through tho reign of terror. It chulloDges public confidence in it* honesty and independence for the future. Tho political transition of tho prerent day opens to THE NEWS a new and wider field of usefulness. Stand ing now as it always has, re the inviolability of the Con stitution, according to tbo interpretation of the strict constructionists, ...

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

8 CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS... MAY 3. 1886. 20 HAVANA LEAP AND SPANISH ?AlDKINQ TOBA?. CO. 7B ?LES PlLLl-118 H WAN A Toll %CCO 1 bal** Wrapper? H,i> .?i.-t. t obacco 1000 packa??*? ?>f Bupt-rlorSpaul-di PmokluR Tobacco, 1 and >; lb , of tbo luoat ?:olot>ri?t?*l brands, fur s-alo lo?v, iu lots to suit |.iliohasa<*s, by D* .OTl'ES .M RALA8. Mar 3_thatU13_ o. 118 E?Ht Hay. SUGAR AND MOLASSES. 3 HUPS MUSCOVADOSUGAR. 10 barret common Uro-vn Hngar 5 barr?la urauul?te?l Suuar 20 b-rrelt Stotvart's B Sugar J.& bbds ) 10 tierces > cboico Muscovado Molasses 23 biirrt-lt?) G bbds Purto Rloo Molastes For sale to**, ?o as to cloau com-lgnmrnta by DsOJlTES ? 8 .LAS. May S 3 _ho. 118 gMt bar. ~ PRIME NEW B?TTlSR. TOB3PBIUE NEW BETTER, LANDING PER stoumor and for sal? by L VU HEY A ALEX AN DEB, Hon. 13B, 140 ui.il 1-13 Mcotii i; Btrn. t. Maya_._1 NEW BUTTER. A C\ TOBB8 NKW BUT 1ER *?; \J 4? boxes Maple ?-?ligar CO box-.a titi.i H'. 200 bill?. Flour, Kxtra and Super CO i-.ia.'B Cta...

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

: VOLUME II....NO. 193.] CHARLESTON, S. O., FRIDAY MOIININO, MAY 4, 186?. [PRICE FIVE CrNTS. Th.e Daily !_7ews. LARGEST OlUCULATlOiN HS TUE ?T?TE. LAICHEST CIRCULATION Di THE CITY. aw THE X.IST OP1 LHrLTTESRS re uinina in trie PoBtoifioe at the en.il 1, uuoh week is publiorxedl of?loially THB DAILY NBW8 every JtTri v mornlrut. a.i . _ BY TELEGRAPH. a?. Congr?.Hslouul News. Washington, May 3.?The TJoite? Statea Senato paBBcd tho bill from tho Committee of Conforenco aatablishing telegraphic communication with Cuba. It now awaits the signature of the Presi dent. Tho United States House of Representatives paBBcd tho bill for the admission of Colorado. Arrival of Mr?. Davis at Fortress Monroe. Washington, Muy 3.?Mrs. Jeffebson Davis ar rived hero this morning, direct from MontroaL New York Market. New Yobk, May 8.?Cotton firm at 34 cents per pound. Gold 27{._^ _ LATE NEWS. General Hampton and Slicrman. Washington, May 1_lu tho United States Senate to-day, Mr. Johnson road a portion of a...

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

^2_CHARLESTON DAILY NEW8....MAY 4, 1866._ I The Daily News, FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 4, 186G. JHost Emportant Letter from the Commis loner of Internal Reverme?Debt and Taxes of the United States Compared -will,, (hosonf EngUnd-Kqunllzatlon of Bounties. Tho Sccrotary of tho Troasury, in a letter to Bou. D. A. Wells, Chairman of the United Statoa Hevenuo Commission, Btates that tho bill reported in CongrcsB for tho equalization of .bounties will ' rcnuiro an expenditure of threo hnadrod million dollars, thui requiring an additional annual pay ment for interoBt of Bonie oighteon milUona dol lars and askB, "what effect this proposed in croaso of tho national dobt and annual taxation is likely, in your opinion, to havo upon tho finances and development of the country, and what changes may bo nocessitatod thereby in our future revenue system and polioy." Mr. ' Wells replies : Washington, April 23, lBC^ Bin: In reply to your note of the 19th, relative to the Bubjeot of appropriations involving ...

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

I -^-? ..-:-Ct.ATiLE.STON DATLY NEWS...MAY 4. 186R. j. ne ijgjly JNTew^ FRIDAY MOltNINO, MAY I, 1866. COMMEKCIAL. JEExports for the W ? ' . ending May 3. rOBKIGN. JHAVRF?Per ecbr Enchantress? 47 boles B I and 123.? bales Upland Cotton. COASTWISE, ' HEW YORK?Stesuiflblp Quaker City?71 bales 8 I Cot ton, 9 balea Upland Cotton? 40 tierces ltice, 73 coiU < 'Ropo, 10 bbls Kosln, 8 bules Cotton Drills, .14 bbls Green Peaa, till packages, 108 Empty Bids.Per steamship Moneka-8? Hales Co.too, 21 halo? 8 1 Cotton, fill bales Dointetlcs, 108 packages, 70 colts Bope, 2 canks Copper.Pur sehr Silas Wright? >j 178 balos Upland t otton, 65 tons ;Irqi, t!5 bundles ' Paper.._Pe.ri.cbrS C Evans??474 balos Upland Cotton, ill iiuiiilieii papor, 'J boxes Books, 10 boxes ' 0 Letter Paper, 10 bbls Empty Bottles, 75 Ale Bbls, 18 packages t-umituro and Bedding, 2 cat-ks Hardware, , 1 Air Lock and Manhole Plate, 1 Anchor, 3 bundles ' ' '-Iron,'10 bundles Bags, 60 Empty Carboys', ' BALTIMORE? Per sehr Mi...

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

CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....MAY'4, 1866. I THE ?JAR?iESTON BAIL. NEWS, O. ?. OATHOART, Ediior. CATHCAR ? ', McMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETOR*". No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. Z^CRX4C8- CASK. 8TJB3CBI?PTION. DAILY?TWt-LVB MONTHS.^^.,..?1.0.00 DAILY?SIX MONTHS.o.OO DAILY?THRliE MONTHS.? SO BIN?LE 0OPIE3....B cent? TO NEWS DBALERB.3 cent? LABttEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE? JAR6EST CIRCULATION C? THE CITY. aw ?BE IjIST OT XjBI'XTBJRS re matning in the Fostoflloe at the end ?of eaoh -woo?? is published oilioiully In THB DAn.v NB3WS every BVi dny morniriK. News Summary. Tho Freo Masons of Brooklyn, N. Y., Lave greed upon tho erection of a beautiful temple in that city to oost ?300,000. Other goods may have dcolined, but the riao in hoop skirts on tho streets is at times quito start ling. Washington despatches state that the connso of Dick Tukneii, the Oonfoderato commander of Libby Prison, has bocn promised that his client shall be released. Large numbers of idle freedmen at Nowbern and on Boanoke Is...

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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