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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 May 1866

VOLUME II....N0. 206.1 CHARLESTON, S. O., SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 19, 1866. [PRICE FIVE o^tfTR. The Daily News. / LAU?.ES I (JIlsCULATlOJi IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. aw THE LIST OF LKTTBBS re txxulninct In the Postoffloe at the enti \of ?uuli -weeli Is piahltshed officially U? THE J3A.IL.Y NBJWS every JrTri day morn It??. BY TELEGRAPH. .?a Congressional News. WASHINGTON, Muy l8.-In the ?. S. Senate, Mr. StTMN'Ku presented a petition from colored citizens, aakiug that tho second clauBO of tho ponding Constitutional amoiidinont bo stricken out and one substituted for; it, declaring that no Congressmen from the South bo allowed to sit in tho House o' Representatives who is not chosen by at least half of the loyal mon of the district, without rogard to color. Ho also prosontod a petition for tho trial of JEFFERSON DAVIS bj Court Martial, and said in connection that the trial of DAVIS at Bichmond at tile present limo would bo ODO of thoao great comedios which would here...

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. — 19 May 1866

The JOaily .News. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1866. JUDOK l'MJl?IUVOOI? yVNI? HIS JURY. [From the Richmond Examiner, May 14.] ?r The intended programme of Judge UNUF.BWOOD and his "Court" at Norfolk, had boon secretly for warded to us before ho made his advent into that city, but, as revealed to UP, it was so baso aud vil lainous that wo doubted its genuineness, and choaa not to divulge it until wo might wait and see if the real enactment would correspond with tho story told us. UNDERWOOD has strictly fulfilled his engagement, and the soal of aecreBy having beon removed from our lips, we proceed to give, as briefly as possible, a full history of tho murder ous plot to tako tho lifo of JEFFERSON DAVIS: HOW UNDERWOOD 1MCKED IMS JURY. Long before the mooting of his Court, "Judge" Underwood waa secretly devising means by which ho could muster a jury in this 8tato who would be sure to execute ids purposes, and find a bill of in dictment against Mr. Davis. This wai tho first stop in tho gam...

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. — 19 May 1866

The Daily _N"ews. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 1 9, 18G6. 7h? II??foin. (lu. Ht i.m la England. "A Costermongor" writes, in tho London Stdr, thia travesty of the arguments urged by tbo op ponents of tho Reform Bill : "If men always M their dinners, How would charity survive ? If they wusn't wieled f Inner?, How'd tbt bunch o' bishops thrive? If they wasn't somelliuca widow?. Whore would law an" Justls be ? I-id I if all should turn ambitious, What 'ml como to you and mc ? Some wan eatin', some was driskln*, Wbon tbo fall o' Pompey* carne; "Some WHS sittiu' down ulhtnkiu', Eaob had not lils littlu uaiue; So, till this world busts to atoms. There'll bo gradi a In ov'ry ?tate. Lords and .eadiea givln' rations To ca.yclaat the work'ua gato." i .A City Scalded to Doth with *ot Cinders.-Seo "'Works of a Tory Nobleman." IllgU Water iii ?lie mississippi. K?-IUORDINARA 11I3B-THE GREATEST FJLOOD IN t'lf TEE** ?EAHB. [From the Burlington Hawktye, 4th inst.] Tbo Mie&issippi is demountTting ita rig...

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. — 19 May 1866

THE CliBLBSTON BAILY NEWS, G. R. CATHCART: Eonoa. CATHCART, McMILLAS & MORTON, PB0PBIETOB8. T?o. \B HAYNE-STREET. TEItllVtlS- QASH. 8FB80RI'1>TION. DAILY -TWhliVB M1NTH8.M"..fl0.00 DVlLY-iUS MJNTHB.&.OQ DAILY .TFvl.il MONTH8.?.50 BINGLE COPIES._? cent. TO VSWB DEALERS.....3c?nti LAR?EST (ZR?miTlON IS THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ?W-TliBJ L?I8T OF LBTTKRS re in ?liiinsr. In the Postolfloe at the end of each wael* l8 puhlishetl oil lo i ?Hy in. TJrlaffi DAILY NHW8 every Fri day morning.' News Summary. General CABY, of temperance notorioty, was lec turing io Chicago at last accounts. Only ten dollars for a ?lrat-class cabin passage from Savannah to New York. Freight on a bar rel of flour fifty cents. The New York Polico Commissioners have changed the police standard of height from five feet eight inches to five feet Bevon inches. No person will bo taken, however, who does not weigh 130 pounds. Tho wicked editor of the Springfield Republican finys thie : " Gart...

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. — 19 May 1866

PTbe Daily USTews. SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 19. 1866. .tARUEST CIRCULATION ? TUE STATE. LillMEKT CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. XW OTIXHa L.IST OF LKTTERS ?. ?ati'slrilii? in. tr\e Postoffloe ?t the end o? each w??l? le published offloiully la THK 3->y\IX?Y NEWS every Fri ?loy morning. -r .A. Gr B T* T S . The following aro tho Agents for this paper: W. A. HEMINGWAY, Goner?! Travollng and Collect log Agent. Rev. COLIN MUnOHISOlV, Oenoral Traveling and Collecting Agent. TOWNSEND & NORTH, Bookseller.? and Stationers, Columbia, S. C. Ool. J. 3. RYAN, BarnweU, 8. 0. T. M. TRIMMIER, Spartan Office, Spartanburg, 8. O. 3. T. DoBOIS, Marlon. 0. 8. HARDY, Sandy Ford P. O., Madison co., Fla. PATRICK k HUYEY, Hacon, Georgia. a A. MCKNIGHT, unionvuie. 3. Y. H. WILLIAMS. Clinton. 8. 0. J. B. ALLEN. CboaterC. H., S. C. JOSEPH H. SEARS, "New Btrnth," Huton Hoad. W. 8. LANCE, Grahamville P. O., Beaufort, 8. C. B. F. BRADFORD, Walterboro', 8, 0. H. L. DARR, 8umtor, 8. 0. THAD. C. ANDREWS, Orangebnrg, ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 May 1866

H- York Advertisements. ?ARVLN-S NEW PATENT Ahl'M AND DRY PL-ST-11 __ftB AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES M?_K_HANT8' SAFES, BANK-US' STEEL BUHU LAB PROOF AND BPEOIE OHESTo, Plat? and ?wolry Bafos for DwelUng Bouaea, of Ornament Jflttsms. willi Marble tops. ?Owe HA?OH possess tho foUowlng advantages : __oj combine the two moat lire-proof substanoei 9-arw Tb?y aro por?eotly dry, and do not corrode the Iron. jBTfwy do not lose their fire-proof qualities by age. _Oat Locks are saporlor to any others in use. MARVIN ft OO. No. 266 Broadway, Now York* No. 731 Ohestnut-atroet, Phlladolp?la. Agc-r--WH. M. BIRD ft OO.*. No. 903 East Bay <_t_?-leaton _ Ivr Hi? ?.H TO THE fAPEK, ENVELOPE AND STATIONER? TKADE OF THE SOUTH. ~*mjf*KAHRS. OOTTER, TOWER ft OO. WO0LD RE JjjL spectfnlly otter their stock on as favorable term? ma 0_t be found (n the City of New York, snch as Flat -Cap. Ruled Papers of all kluds, Cap, Letter, Ootavo, Brtt C*_. Bath, Ac lim-lojieo of all kinds, In qnantlUea from tO- to l.OIO....

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 May 1866

M. M. QUINN & BRO., Wholesale &? Retail Dealers IN BOOKS. PERIODICALS, NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC., No. 0 14 7 KiriU-STHIiKT, (Opposlto Ann-street,) CHARLESTON, S_ C, un No. 13V IlllOAD-STRHKT, (Opposlto Motiunii'Ut-streut,) .-.UC-TTS-X-- _?.__. The latent issue?* of the press always on hand. Subscriptions rocelvod- and doods doUvered or for warded by Mail or Express. ( AR OAHU ORDER? will be promptly attondod to. February 27_ly NEW BOOKS! NEW BOOKS!! ?TUST RBCEIVBD AT RUGG'S PERIODICAL DEPOT, No. 108 Market-street, AFINE SELECTION OF NEW NOVEL8, BY THE most popular writers of the day. A fine nssortmen of Miacelianeous Reading Matter received by every steamer and mall. The trade supplied on the inout liberal terms. C9* Send for Circular. Mat-ii GEO. E. PRITCHETT, COMMIS SION {MERCHANT NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF, CHARLESTON3 S. C. March 9 Orno,? WILBUR & SON, .?ENERA L AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION ME_3C_-t__-aNrTS, OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS, -OS. 13 and 15 Stn!o-strot?! nud Nos. ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 May 1866

Plie Daily ?-Tews. SATURDAY MOBNING, MAY 19, 1868. Southern Kuli.omi Convention. ?The Richmond Tini"s, of tlio Jl7t.li, siys : A convontiim of tho Presidents ami Suporiutond ants of titi) ruilroad and steamboat linos between BtJtinioro and Now Orloaus waa held in thia city yesterday. Col- ?.illiam Johnston, President of tho Char otl?J und South Carolina Railroad, was called to the -hair, and C. L. Fitch and E. G.Ohio appoint . od Secretaries.. Tho chairman stated tho object of tho meeting ? to be to form schedules of timo and through tick ets, wit li tho view of making connections botweon ill'tin? Southern roads, in consideration or the . com :> lot ?on of tho Catawba bridgo, on tho Char otto .and South Carolin?. Rond, aud-thu compe ti??! of all the roads throughout tho Southorn ?States. Thu Secretarios woro thon rcqnostod to aacer t tin tho natnos of tho oftiecrs present; after tlio porforiui.'i.'o of which duty thoy mulo tho follow i OR report : S. i Iii nu Johnston, President ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 21 May 1866

. A " J VOLUME II....N0. 207.I CHARLESTON. S. O., MONDAY MORNINO. MAY 21. 186G. [PRICE PrVP. *~i-. vrr. BY TELEGRAPH. ??.-1 Con^r.'a.slotaHl !Yi\r*. WASHINGTON, May ViJ.-Tlicro waa nothing dom in CoiiRrcBB jcterday beyond tho anual routine apoc'ch-mabiiig; reconstruction being tho principa topic of diecuneion. Immense Johnson :?I<<tLng In Plkil mit ljilii?, PitiLADELPiili,' B?nV 19 -There wan an i m?nense Joia?rKON iiiootitiir at tho Academy of Music to night. Senator* DOQLITTI.E and COWAN address-od the audience;1 tho latear named among Hie sup", portera of tho Presidont Generala GnANT, SUEU JIAN, Secretaries SP.WAIU?, STANTON, WELLES, and other members, Milich announcement produ?od immenao cheering. Ijhcro waa great enthuuia?pi. / -j-FH---i- I l .lai^aiTE' ISTEWS. -i - NctTS from New Orlcnns. NEW OBLEAI?S, May lG.-~Sunator Gwyn fias ar rived. Ho wai released on'-.parolo without tdthor. conditions. Ho refused to tako the oath or to leave the country. Ile. is visiting his frie...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 21 May 1866

Ttie Daily News. MONDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 18CC. [Ft em the Cre-cent Monthly.] LICK TU IHK. REAR. AN I NCI DER T OF THE AMERICAN WAR. BT JOHN n. TUOMSOM. Dawn of a pleasant morning in May. Broke through the wilderuo?.? cool and gray, Wbilo perch, d In tho tallcHt treo-tops, tho birds Woro caroling Mendolssohu'H ?'Songs without words." Far f'om the haunts of men romole, Tho brook brawled ou with a liquid noto, And nature, all tranquil and lovi'ly, woro *lbo emllo of the spring, as in Eden of yoro. Litt'o by little an daylight increased And deepenod the roseate flush in the cast Little by little did morning rovi-ut Two long glittering linos of stoel; Where two hundrod th. usand bo-onots gloani, Tipped ?1th the light of tin? i arliest beam. And tbe faces aro sutton and ?rim to seo. In the hostile armies of Oraut and Loe. All of a sudden, oro roso tho sim, Poaled on the alonce, tho opouini* gun A llttlo white puff of amok o ibero carno. And ancn the valley was wreathed In ii-mo. Down on t...

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. — 21 May 1866

Tlie Daily JSTew. MONDAY U0RK1NO, MAY 21, 18CG. COMMERCIAL. Bx porta. CUBA ' ND A MARKET-Per tichi* Alort-30,000 feet Lumber. NEW YoltK-For .tcamt-hlp SariiROHca-384 halo? Cot ton. 2 baga Wtol. 10 balee Yum, 3 bbla Seed Biro, 427 packages SundrioH. . . PHUAlitLPHIA-l'tr pchr S N Smiih-29 balta Cot ton. 852 bars Railroad Iron, 105 Railroad Wheels, ii Buipty Burro]?-, 10 obit? Ale. Tile C1? ni leaton Cotton Market. On Saturday Wat about 300 balee of cotton wcro dia poBeJ of, prices, lu tiio cany part of tho day, being lr regular, but closed Ora?, with -I advance in prlciof a J?O. to lo pcrpouuil In mot caaes. Wo quote: Or.imarv to Good Or.liuory.25@20 Lo . Middling to Miil'l-ln?,'.,.W i<-2 Strict Mtddttug.33?<? Oowd -lailiHiB.-._> - Alignait*, flin.-.-et. AUOt'?TA, May 10 -COTTON-Market vory lively, With a pood demand, but light offering stock. Prices havo u'v.aiccd 2o ?.ince yen-unlay. Hiles to<duy-Mid dini g 2'Jc? Strict Middling 21). and Qood ?Middling 30. OIVI.I ? 'dii...

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. — 21 May 1866

-r J THE G. R. OATUOAilT EDIIO-I. CATHCART, HcJtlLLAN " MORTON?, . PRODRIETORB. :?vo, l?^JIAYNE-STREET. _*_--?2VtS- CASH. v?* ...? . ,. \* ' SUBHOBl-PTION. . .- $ DAU.T-T'V'-LyB M 1STH8..flO.OO, DULY-'*-!*- V_'TH8.U.U. DAILY '"''..i'E MONTHS.?.nu BINGLE COPIES.;..* cents TO FH.W8 DEALERS.,.3 cents LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE. L1R?EST CIRCULATION IN THE.CITY. .VT-CB LIST OF l_Hl__,_*?,S re _x-jai?ii-? in the X?ostof_oe at tine end of euch wuok is pu.?-is*ie_ oftloiully In TELH* _>AILY NKWS every _*ri day morning. ' '..*" '." ^T -News Sui-iniary. The pi-gfite of tho London Gazette for last year are roturned.at upwards of ?13,800. Tho Edin burgh-,(?<izt*We'-i profits during tho name timo were ?2370, and those of the Dublin Gazette ?858. The' 'English A'dtnirslty aro about to have the whole'?of tilo Jaiittnese coasts and rivera accurate-, ly surveyed. ? However, the English uro not yet ?'mon.? rub a of all they survey." Captain Ar CATS--? JONES, Who loft tho United Statua ?na...

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. — 21 May 1866

The Daily HS"ews. MONDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1860. r~ - "i - - -" ' - .-...- , z J.ilK.EST (Jl?aC?LATIOlN I1N THE STATE. tURUEST CIRCULATION IN THE CUT. XW TIIK T-al&l} OF LKrrKKS x*o taaulltiliff iii tr-t? I-'owtoiTlcjo at trxe ornl ??i ouch, woolc is ?>ul)l i s hoil of?ioi:.\lly in TXII-3 LKYIT.Y .ISri-C.WS every JB'ri . lii.T' mov??' nu:. EiOOAL MATTERS* ?a.? 4&-SSE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES.-%& -? ? . TiKNvrr.r.iN.-Those of our readers who aro desirous of tp:! ?liiifr a pleasant evening, in *?.it ncBbiiiR Geintan histrionics, will do well lo bear in mind that lilias in tlio last entertainniont of tho kind this bcaeon. Tho programme ollera a tempt ing attraction. THE PIC-NIC of tho German School will come off to-day, according to announcement. Wo wish tho little folks a great deal of ploasuro, and if we can compass it, hopo to maku uso of tho kind invita tion tendered us by tho committee, and upend Pfingstmontag with thom auf alto vatorhon p echo Weise. THE EXERCISES of ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 21 May 1866

N. York Advertisements. A NOBLE PURPOSE ?uro A "GLORIOUS RESULT. H THEttK ARK A8 MANY ROADS TO FAME AND FOR SOKK a* thire wera ?ateways to the auoleut Thobet?. your auriiiUinie warrior in for carrying his way with tlis bars; yoi ti- aspirin? Utittatoun (or Huhoniluij his ?vay by atrista?' and ?'.inisuiauiiktu art. Rut there Is one grand broad ya -li to the noal, along which nothing base can ra val. ft (s tim path sot apart for tho march of talent a??t>, and nublo purpose; and though full of obstacles eantoiii? uoue that a brave man cannot surmount his fact han been exemplified lu Innumerable lu *BO*V, hot In few more forcibly than In the rise and ragreat. of DR. HOOFLANU/? GERMAN BITTERS. War owe (??leon years its course baa been onward and W9 waru, tc?ktt?rlng blessings ut evory step until It now ta nds ou the topmost rounds ef the ladd t fame, as be GREAT TONIC. - O BOOFLIND'8 GERMAN BITTERS 2?> a po*i u ve r*medy for DYSPEPSIA, .Vasal DISEASES BESULTTNa FROM CaWBOliDEH OP T...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 21 May 1866

i JOHN KING & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS AMD Commission Merchants, OFFER FOR SAXE, Ori Rea-sonablo Terms? At No. 88 Hascl-strcct, Q/"_?*"? RUES. SOPER AND EXTRA FLOOn tj\J\_? mo bills. Brown Sugar, assorted 60 bills. Crushed Sugar nu boj-s Coff 20 haga Peppor 20 bugs Spico 5 bags Glugor 6 bales Cloves 2 cases Nutmegs 26 boiL.o f'round Glngor 2U0 boxen Adamantluo Candles 26 barrels Berring 100 kegs Dutch Herring 100 boxos Cheese, assorted 100 kits Mackerol 100 y bble. Mackerel 76 y libia. Mackerel 60 bbls. Mackorel 23 kits Salmon 60 boxes Codfish 100 kegs aud boxes Herring 100 boxes Soap 900 boxes Starch 25 bbls. Molasses 26 bbls. Copperas 60 kegs Epsom Salts 25 cases Cotton Carda 16 casos Wool Cards 36 chests Hyson and E. B. Tea. ALSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF PIOKLES. Oysters, Salmon, Lobsters, Peaches, Pino Apples, Ac, Ac JOHN KING & CO.. March 6_mwf_No, 88 HABF.L-8TREET. WHISKEY, WINE, BRANDY, ?Sec. ef^\ BBLS. SUPERIOR BOURR0N WHISKEY ?DV_/ 60 bbls. Magnolia Wl-lskey ?lililH. Gin ...

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. — 21 May 1866

.'TMe-;-_3?ily ISTews. ? ? M[OJ*DAY MgBMINO,.MAY 31. 'AS? "T??E PREBDMEN'S BUREAU. Ita Abate? la Virginia ni??l Ninth uti?! South dunlin:?. [CORttlMl-?'aDZNCK N. t. UEUAI-.] . Tho foljowittg very interesting lettor ia from llio. pounf tho Herald's coi respondent who is travel li ng with Goucrala STKEDMAX and F?LLEuTON: CHAMIESTON.S. 0., May 13, l_fl. From North Carolina Oi'iioralH Sfeodiuall -Vid Fullerton ltnya carried their invoatigation of Hit? Frcoil-oti's bureau ilito llio Fal tool tu State, havo otikeilitit.? matu it ut. Onlum'iU uud .Oht-ilesUui, and start to-day Air *a seven -day?." tour i?f inquiry amoiiR tim .?o.i.i-jiuiuU, >vh?ro tlio peculiarities of bo aiktoin < if gtiverii'Uelitiluiloinill ?ted ti JO Frotd niori'a Bureau aro, or lmfo b'e-pt.. pretty strong}* dovoloped., P?-ih,\p-i L?>nxh' lio* to h it vu uwud'tlio .i term "systoni'' .ira. tliU.o?uuiootioii. i ".?jvblu*,"* LI- . that is to aay?- nur un i for ui, wnll defined lim? of . ' action, ia ono ol' tho t...

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 May 1866

VOLUME II....N0. 133.] CHARLESTON, S. C., TH?RSDAY MOANING, 1?EBRUARY 33, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. BY TELEGRAPH LATER FROM EUROPE. The Great Money Crisis Continues. FAILURE OF OVEREND, GURNET k CO. Bank of England's Interest Ten ' Per Cent. J?EW You, May 31-The steamship (Mba has arrived with late Liverpool dates. The financial panic continues in foll force. The Bank of England has raised the rate of ia? "erest to nine p*r cont. United 8tate* five-twenties 64 to 65. Consols 85 to 85}. The great banking house of OVaBJnrn, Grainer k Go, have f Oed. Friday, Cotton dnlL-Sales 5900 bales. LATEST F Bli COBA. 8 ATUBDAT, Cotton adv meed a Jd- Sales 10,000 bales. Middling Uplands are quoted at 12|d. G J ns ola ??t to 86?. Uuited States five-twenties ?4 toes. The Bank of England has raised its rate of in? tereat to ten (10) per oe nt., bat there is a better feeling prevailing. ^ tater from Month A morita-Hombardmiat of Callao. Nxvr YORK, May 21- Aspinwall dates td the 18th have arrived. The 8...

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. — 22 May 1866

Tlie Daily News, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 18C6. A VICK EXPOSURE. Some of our readers may remember haviDg acen some time since, in the New York paperB, an affi? davit from one LYMAN B. SCOTT, in which it was stated that said L. B. S. bad been swindled out of $10,000 through lottery agencies, and that the pro? prietor of the New York -Veurs and others were thc guilty "managers." A few days after thia aili davit appeared, the said LYMAN B. SCOTT came forward ?nd swore that it was all a mistake ; that his action was caused by a Mr. M. C. STANLEY, and that he never was swindled at all by the lotteiirs Upon this statement Mr. STANLEY carno out in- a card still accusing the parties of swindling. But it seems that this fellow, was only preparing the way to his own exposure. The No? York papers now publish a long letter, written twenty years ago, in London, to th9 Boston Post, which gives the career of Mr. STANLEY while in London. The letter we append, as it is exceedingly interesting It see...

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 May 1866

[ The X)aily News. TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1866. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LABSEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. sar THIC LIST OF" LETTBRS re? maining in the Fostoffioe at the end o* each wee lc is published officially to THE DAILY NEWS every Fri? day morning. SALE OP A MISSOURI RAILROAD.-The South? west Brandi Pacific Railroad, ono of the three railroads in Missouri on which that State fore . closes its mortgages, was sold, on the 13th of j (s^-May instant, to Geo. John C. Fremont, for the anm of one million three hundred thousand dol? lars. Under the law for consolidating the 8tate debt of Missouri, the proceeds will po into a sink? ing fund for the ultimate redemption of the new Missouri consola. Thia road has a land grant of one minion thirty thousand acres, selected along the line in 1852. It embraces some ot the best land west of the Mississippi river. Seventy-seven j milos of it have already been completed, which are realizing $6000 net.income monthly. Several hun- | dred...

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 May 1866

-flt -.. -_ . THE CJARLBSTIIN 8AIL? &?BWS, G. R. CATHCART: EDIIO*. CATHCART, MCMILLAN ft MORTON, PROPRIETORS. No. 18 HAYN?-STREET. TERMS- CASH. STBSOBPPTION. SATET-TWcLVB M /NTHS.~.-*IO.<W ?ALLY-SIS yi/NTHS.?.M ??AILY- rH J CE MONTHS.8.50 glNGLE COPIES.? cent? tO NEWS DEALERS.Scemta LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE. LIRitEST CIRCULATION Di THE CITY. ?9-THK LIST Oin LETTERS re mmmn2 lix the PostorHoe at the end ot each, week is puolisheA on illy in THE DAILY NEW8 every TTri <lay mom?ig. JSTews Summary. The Court of Rome stifles a rumor of an at? tempt to poicoc the Pope. A run of 120 milos was recently made on the Michigan Central Railroad ia three hoare and forty-nine minutes. Capt. J. M. HUDSON, of Philadelphia, intends crossing the ocean in a metallic life-boat, twenty six feot long and six feet broad. The great suspension bridge over tho Missis sippi at Cincinnati will cost $1,750,000. There are 32,009 perch?e of masonry in tb? work. It ii thought Texas will produce the...

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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