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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 24 May 1866

VOLUME II....N0. 3 lO.I CHARLESTON, S. O., THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 24, I860. [PRICE FIVE On,NTH. The Daily News. LAimEST CIKC?LATI?? IN THE STATE. LABTEST CIRCULATION IN THE CIT?. oar THK LIST OF LRTI'KRB re rn.ulii.iiiK in. the Postotfttip at the end Of eiioh woiili la pur>llari*4<t otttoliiLlv 11? THK ?ALLY NHlWe Bvnrv BVi ilnv mornlmc. BY TELEGRAPH. , / . ??? Speech of Secretary Scivard, at Auburn. Washington, May 23.?Socrotary Sewakd deliv ered a spoecb at Auburn on Tuoaday evening. He said the sclicitude which pervades tho country would, perhaps, justify him in addressing the people apon political t?pica candidly and patrioti cally. Fuen good Union mon were suspicions of chango, in view of defeated rebels and their sup port of the President's policy, ho from the first re jected iho idoa that tho change was accomplished for treasonable purpose?. Rocon-truotion is not noodod, becaueo tho conctry, na constructed long since, has not been destroyed. What is needed is reconciliat...

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. — 24 May 1866

The Daily IE-Tews. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1866. Speech of Hesid Centre Stephens. At the Fenian mooting at Jo?os* Woods, Now York, on tho 16th inBt., Mr. Jameh Stki'uenb spoke to the assemblage in substance aa follows : Friendb of Irkland : Towards tbo close of De cember, 1857, a young Irishman called at my rcsi denco in Dublin, bringing nie letter? from Colonel O'Mahoney and the Into Colonel Doheny. He abo had an oral communication to make, and all W?* to the efl'cct that an organization had been cstab lished in Amerioa, of which Michael Doheny wbh tho appointed chiof. I was requested to et art Ml organization and direct it in Irolnnd. At that time tho rune of Ireland was en low at homo, as woll iiH abroad in all tho world, tint few men ol any brains or position could bo got to tako part in it. Thoy did not know tho people. Tho Irish pcoplo then, as over, wero sound. Thoir hcsrtB wore in tho right place, ami they only re quired to bo shown what to do, to lind tho men in whom thoy...

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. — 24 May 1866

Tlie Daily News. k THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 24, I860. Supper ?it the Mill. BY JEAN 1NOELOW. "Whon sparrows build and tho learos break forth. My old sorrow wakts aud crios. For 1 know there is a dawn in ilio fur, far North, And a scarlet sun doth rlno; Like a scarlet fleeco tho enow-Aold spreads, And the lot fount- ruu freo; And tho borgs begin to bow their heads, Aud plunge aud sail lu tho ?a?. "Oh, my lost lovo, and my own, own love, Aud my love that loved me su I Is tboro never a chink iu the world abov?, Wbero thoy listen f -r words from bel-'wT Nay, I spoko once, and I grieved tho? sore : I remember all that I said ; And now thou wilt 11 at me no more?no mor.\ Till tho sea glvu-i up her doad. "Thou didst set tby foot on the ship and sail To the ic< AcldH and tho snow ; Thou wort and, for tby love did uot avail. And tho end I could not kno *, How could I tell thee I ?bould lovo theo to-day, Whom that day 1 held not dear T How could 1 know I should lo e theo away, Whon I did nut l...

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. — 24 May 1866

THE C?ittWON DAILY SEWS, Q. R. OATHCARTi Edi'O*. ?ATHCART, McMlLTAN & MORTON, PROPRIETOR?. No. 18 HAYNE-STREET TERMS- OASH. 8P?80BI'PTI0Ia. DAIbY?TWELVE Us>M'H8.-...0?0.?! PAII/Y?SIX Mt/KTHS.B.00 DAILY- TKM.B MONTHS.,.* ?* BIN?LE OOPIK9.5 cent? TOFEW8 DEALERS.3 cent? LAUGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TUE CITY. ? TUB LIST OF LKTTBB8 re mai Min? In the I?oatotn?ie at tho end ol euoh week is publisne?.-! a>illcii?lly in. THB3 DAILY 7MJC"WS overy Fri day mornlnK. iSTews Surniiiury. Selma, Ala.,haa taken tho Court Houso from Oahawha. Tho Kivor Warrior hau riien at Tuacaloosa a trillo ovu- 40 feet. Tho t ixable real oatato of Montgomery is esti mated at $8,000,000. General Sweeney looks upon Stephens, tho great Ionian Head Centre, as a *py >u En lish employ. KobriBko. will vote on a Btato Constitution on the 2d of June. Gen. Stoneman has madd a irp?rt relativo to tho Memphis riot, in which ho charges tho negroes with bi ing the aggressors. A mooting was...

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. — 24 May 1866

The Daily News. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1860. SiAittiEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. tar THIC X^IST OF IiffiTTKRS re muiniTiR in the I>r?s?toffioe ut trie erxtl o? eaoh week is published officially ia TUB D^VILiY N"B1TVS every Wvi tny nuii'iiitiLT. LOCAL MATTERS. .-. .?ar BEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. "E* M. 31. Qi:inn ?fc Bno. Lavo placotl before us DemoresCs Monthly Magazine, nnd Harper's New Monthly for June. Bt-BidoB the ueual handuomo en gravings, they contain much interesting matter. Tobo liad at tho Up-Town Newspaper nnd Periodi cal Depot, in Kiug-streot, opposite Ann, Door Plates.?A handsome, durable and choap stylo of door plate, got up by N. M. Gilbbetu, No. 101 Market Btreot, who has a reputation as houso, sign and ship artist ; whose genius, though al ways at work, seems novor to bo exhausted?for each effort Bcems to excel in tasto and finish ?11 former. Call at his shop, as above, or at tbi-j ofJico, and sec a spocimen of door plate tha...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 24 May 1866

N.vYork Advertisement* JOHN 8. FULLER, MANUFACTURER & DEALER, Ho. K OBV-HTKUBT, NEW YORK, Has In store *ud roiwiy for immediate shipment, and ta manufacturing to order, PORTABLE AND STATIONARY STEAM tiNUINKH AND B0ILER8, 0 VO norae power, Olrouiar and Upright Saw M-UIs 01 moat approved construction, of-aU ohsew, cutting 700 OlMQJeet of lumber per hour; Grist Mills, H?llrons, Water WUools, and ovory kind of Mill Maohinory; Sogai Ulla, Paper and Mining Maobiaery; Tools, Tanks, be, m OU and (tait Works t Cotton mad Woolon Machinery, fefSj Vertical Planers, ,.. Woottwortb Planing Ka on Planer?, ohlnoe, Bmala* .Lathoa, Gray A Wood's Planing M? Drill Lathee, chines, Boring Machines, Daniels' Planing Machines, BUttlng Machines, Moulding Hachinoe, Dprtflht Drills, Baab Machines, Steam Pump?, Tenoning Machines, Force Pam- e. Power Morticing Machines KilXttDR Pumps, Foot MortiouigMachines, action Pomps, Boring alaobinos, Bjrdraulle Jaoks, Blind Slat Tenoning Ma w Jaok*. ohlnoe, fkafang Pu...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 24 May 1866

WHOLESALE AND, RETAIL ReOO B?IB S. GEO. W. STEFFENS & CO. WOOLS RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR CUS TOMERS and the publlo that. In addition to their WHOLESALE AN? RETAIL OllOOERY at the cornet of Elng and George streets, thi-y bave now oponsd a WHOLESALE AND COMMISSION HOUSE at No. 26 Vendue Range, whero they will bo able to afford their onatomors oxtra facilities. Their Arm will oompriao as formorly: OHO. W. STEFFENS....?*. O. riORNER. . . . L. BBKSKNUKBa. Maroh 13_*yr AUSTIN, ANDRUS & CO., Wholesale Grocers, NO. 131 MEETING-STREET. COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATCH. February 1?_ WILLLAM GURNEY, WHOLESALE 6R0CEB AND * COMMISSION ?IlERlffiT, CHARLESTON, S. C. Butter, Cheese and Provisions. 49- Liberal advances made on consignments. March 9_ MEHRTENS & WOHLTMANN, Wholesale Grocers AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 187 EAST BAY, O K A. R. I? E S T O IT, S_ O B. MKHUTKKM.}. V. M. WOHLTMAKH. Maroh 9 8moa JOHN KING & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND ?Commission Merchants, OFFER FOB SALE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 24 May 1866

tu ?HI?E WINE, CLARET, &o. ij'f? - DUIeKHEIMFIl 10 ?a??-? Mioihtt-iner tu ? aoes hu Julien ?ft oo-o Bordeaux, It? Ca?f llumnn* Champagne. fjsi Bum and for ?ale by M LUOAN, MKL?'nEK8 & CO., Sssay?^___a_Ne>. ao Vciiduo gangs. BKcAD. *AiflAB<>XKS PILOT BKEAI). FIFTY P0?ND8 111 v| ,1 ? in ?jsi-b box, fresh sud in good order; wUl I?**??? *>.60per box, or 3oe. -e per pound, In lota <**>smR iMiohasora. THOUart J. KERB, s? M S Kerr's Wharf. 300 4ssF? FLOUR. <*i>*lA BE??.0FLOUB' LANDING FROM BRIO <?t>fjfc ADAMS, and lor sale by A P CALDWELL, MayM_1_No. 6 Chaltuers-stroot FLOUR. BARREL* h?PER FLOOR, FOR PALE u* RaAENEL b CO. SEED HUE ! 8rsED RI0? ! ! ABU ALL LUT SEfcD RICK ON' Bi?ARl>. FOB Ml?by BHvCKL.EFeMtD et FltaSFR, Ma>?_Bo.oe v Co'?. Wliarf. HI IE ! hlCE?" A I i TIEUOErt tlAi.OLINV RI!E (ircah boaton) V tO.-Oel pjttnda Raugou i.i.-e. (Tur ?alo iow, by j. a. SCHIRME", No. 18 Notth Commercial Wharl. Msy M_miuihfmthO CORN, BACON, &c. ?I !" " ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 May 1866

VOLUME II....N0. 133.] CHARLESTON, S. C., TH?RSDAY MOANING, 1?EBRUARY 33, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. pBY TELEGRAPH. Attempt-to E cst roy th f statement of Gens. Stcedmsn and Fullerton. WASHINGTON, May 24.-It is stated that a dele? gation haa arrived here from Newborn, N. C., on a mission to break the effort of exposure made by Generals FULLEE TON and STEEDKAN as to the man? agement of the Freedmen's Burean affairs in that State. Affidavits reflecting upon the private con? duct of one of the President's Commission, while at Newham, have already been forwarded, and its publication anxiously looked for. It is believed no atone will be left unturned to crush the men who have been instrumental in exposing the nefarious transactions of tho Freedmen's Bureau agents. Congressional Netra. WASHINGTON, May 24.-The Constitutional Amendment in the Senate, and the Freedmen's Bureau Bill in the House, was the business under consideration to-day. The speeches, and business otherwise, were unimportant...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 May 1866

The I>aily News. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 35,1866. The Duty of the Hour. [Frort. fh< Sichmond Tima, May 19 ] We were favored a few dava since with a letter irom a very worthy gentleman, who honored us urith a great deal of gratuitous advice relative tu Tthe manner in which the Sou thorn, press and peo .pie should deport themselves at this time. Oar adviser evidently believes that we should imitate the earlv Christians, as well as the "Covenantors, j in the times of Clav'erhouse, and weep for our ] dead where the voice of our 1 ameut?tions shall j ilot offend the. oars of jacobins and Radicals. Ali such indiscretions as piously gathe/i.iir up tho bones of dead Confederate soldiers, a"d (strewing flowers upon their humble graves, should bo care " ?fuh> avoided. Neither should w make much adoJ about tho great renown of Stonewall Jackson, "fori these demonstrations do much harm." "To all this we have but one response to make The Southern people, although denied nearly aH the rights ...

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. — 25 May 1866

The Dai I v N e ws. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 25, I?66. Exporta xor the Week eliding May J?4. FOREIGN. CUBA i ND A MARKET-Per tear Alert-30,000 feet Lumber. -' . 00ARTWT5X. KEW YORK-Per steam ?hip Sarsgos-s-SM bales Cot? ton, 2 bsgn Wool. 10 bales Ta u. 3 Obis 8eed Bice, 427 packages Sundries.Per -teaiuehip Emily B Sonder-606 bales Cott. n ia ys* ks^es Sundries, 248 Empty Barrels, 46 ba ea Ya. u, 25 E ptv Ale B?rrela 148 bbls Vegetables.Ptr ?ehr Wide World . 124,305 feet Deals and Scamllne, ll esses Merchan? dise. 6 . PHILADELPHIA-Per sehr Ellie L Smi-h-0 bales Cot ton, 140 M feet Lumber 3 bmes Oil, 10 boxes Lye .Per sehr AHL- arning-32 bales Cotton, 478 bala Railroad Iron, 69 Iren x ea. 70,000 feet Lum? ber..Per schooner 8 N .-MU? h 29 bale? cot? ton, 852 bars Railroad Iron, i 05 Railroad Wheels, 44 Empty Barrels, 10 bbls A'e. BOSTuN-Per sehr Souti erner-12 balee Cotton, 76 bbls Rosiu, 31 bbls Turpentine, 210 toes Iron and other metal S4 bales 1- agu, 3 . ales Rope, 5 bales Pa? per, 3 bu...

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. — 25 May 1866

THE MRWON BAILI NEWS, 1 G. B. CATHCART, EDITOR. . . /CATHCART, McIOLLAN & MORTON, PB0PETETOB8, No. 18 HAYNE^STREET. TERMS-CASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY-TWLLVB MONTHS.-"'"'?? DAILY-SIX VJSTBB. DALLY-?FI?BX MONTH8.*-W BESOLE COPIES.Scents XO REWS DEALERS.3 ceMt" LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE CITY. SW THE LIST OF LETTERS re gtaJatng ia the "Postoffioe at tho end of eaoh week is x>iat>lia>h.ed officially in THE DAILY NEWS every Fri? day morning. News Summary. The receipts of the Board of Excise for licenses granted in New York city np to May 15, were $307,000. . Mr. DAVID DEANS, of the Sunday Times, waa robbed of $11,300, in a crowd at the Academy of Music, on Wednesday night, the 16th inst. Rev. Dr. JOSEPH CROSS , formerly well known in this city, as pastor of Trinity and Bethel Metho? dist Churches, is about to be installed aa Rector of the Episcopal Church in Selma, Ala. Three or more asylums for disabled soldiers are to be established in the N...

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. — 25 May 1866

The Daily News. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 25,1886. LARGEST CIRCULATION 15 THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. MW TM If, LIST OF LETTERS re? maining; in the Fostoffioe at the end of oaoh week is published officially In THE DAJXiY NKW8 every Fri? day morning. _ LOCAL MATTERS. 9W BEB SECOND AND THIRD FAQ ES. -?l WE ABE under obligations to Purser MAHONEY. ef the steamer Kale, for hi3 attentions. PROVOST COURT.-There were no cases of inter? est before thia Court yesterday. D?L?GATIONS TO CINCINNATI.-Tho several dele? gations from the City of Charleston-the Chamber of Commerce and the Board of Trade-have had a consultation, and have arranged to leave on their mission, in behalf of the great enterprise of connecting the two cities by rail, on the 8th or 10th of June next* via New York. 8ALE or REAL ESTATE.-Messrs. JNO. S. RIOGS & Co. sold yesterday at their Brokers' Exchange, that building lot in Chapel-slreut, opposite the Northeastern Railroad, thirty feet front by one hundred and...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 May 1866

V N. York Advertisements; G. PAESONS, MANUFACTURES HADFIELD'S UNION FIRE WORKS UKEOBTER CHINESE FIRE CRACKERS, ROCKETS, , MANUFACTURER LANTERNS, 7LA0S, tte. AW? ! LABOE ASSORTMENT OF HTS OWN IMPORT* TION OF TOYSANDFANCYGOODS 5o. 4 near Broadway, Hew Eora. October 38 _I** HARDWARE. A . W. PA NE, IMPOETEB OF KSGLISH HARDWARE, CHAINS, ANVILS, VI0E8, HORSE NAILS, Nos. KS ?nd N7 John-street, * CORNER OF GOLD-STREET, NEW TORE. J. foU Stock of ENGLISH 8HKLF HARDWARE alw?3 .en band. 6mon " Jannary ll A.. PEARL & CO., MANTTFAOTUBEBS OT SMOKINGS TOBACCO, RICHMOND, YA. DEPOT, No. 7? FULTON-STREET, M. T. '? Price List sent free, ADOLPH PEARL...?.H. D. DUMONT. November 29 vim fimos PION mSM WORKS MANUFACTURE. CHLNA-WAEE T7?0R HOTELS, STEAMBOATS AND FAMILY USE; J Porcelain Door, Drawer and Shutter Knobs, plain Cc decora tod. Also, DOOR PLATES, Finger Plates and Shield Num. bat Plates; Drawer Pulls and Knobs for Druggists' drawers, numbered or lettered, aa may be desired; PORCELAIN HARDWARE TR...

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. — 25 May 1866

JOHN KING Ss CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS* AND Commission Merchants, O?TEB FOB SALE, On Reasonable Terms* At No. 88 Basel-street, Qf~\/~\ BBLS. SUPER AND EXTRA FLOUR ?V/V 100 bbls. Brown Sogar, assorted 00 bbls. Crushed Sugar 60 bags Coffee 30 bogs Pepper 30 bags Spice 5 bags Ginger 6 bales Cloves 3 cases Nutmegs 35 boxes Ground Ginger 200 boxes Adamantine Candles 25 barrels Herring 100 kegs Dutch Herring 100 boxes Cheese, assorted 100 kits Mackerel 100 M bbls. Mackerel 75 % bbls. Mackerel 60 bbls. Mackerel 25 kits Salmon 60 boxes Codfish 106 kegs and boxes Herring 100 boles Soap 200 boxes Starch 26 bbls. Molasses ? 39 bbls. Copperas HO kegs Epsom Salts 25 caaea Cotton Cards " 15 cases Wool Cards ' 25 chests Hyson and E. B. Tea. . ALSO, A FULL ASSORTAIENT OF- . PICKLES, Oysters, Salmon, * . Lobsters, Peaches, Pino Apples, Ac, Ac JOHN KIM; & co., March 6 mwf_Na 88 HASEL-STREET. WHISKEY, WINE, BEANDY, &c. ! ECf\ BBLS. SUPERIOR 'BOURBON WHISKEY Q\J 50 bbls. Magnolia Whiskey 6 bbls. Gi...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 May 1866

The Daily"gewg FRIDAY MOBNINtt, MAY 25, 1866. OFFICIAL. LIST OF LETTERS Bemalnlng in the Post-office at Charleston, for the J Week ending MAY ai, 1866, and ordered to be print-1 ed in Tax DAILY NEWS, agreeably to the following sec? tion of the new Poe tomoo Law, ss the newspaper haring I the largest circulation in the City of Charleston: SXOTION 6. And be it farther enacted, That lists of let? tes remaining uncalled for in any Posto mee in any city, j town or Tillage, where a newspaper shall be printed, ?ball hereafter be published once only in the newspaper which, being published weekly or oftener, shall have the largest circulation within range of delivery of the said asaos. MW Persons calling for Letters Advertised, should atste that they are "Advertised." MW Office hours from 8 A. M. to 6 P. H. On Sun? days, from 9 o'clock to 10 o'clock, A M. STANLEY G. TROTT, Acting Postmaster. WOa-g^USPB ' U8T._ -?~-" Gr" T-P IBU. Letter V Clover, Mary Pese, Susan i?&r??S5. Glenn. Xinul Pr...

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. — 25 May 1866

?fri __t_mm ?miv W?tk VOLUME II_No. 311.] CHARLESTON, S. C, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1866. [PRICE PiVTT. nn XTTia BY TELEGRAPH. ... Attempt to Destroy the 'tatement of Gens. Stccdman and Knllerton. Washington, Mny 24.?It ia stated that ? dele gation haB arrived hero from Nowborn, N. O, on a mission to break tho effort of exposure made by Genorala Fullkoton and Ktkedman as to tho man agement of tho Freerimon'u Bareau alTaira in that State. Affidavits reflecting upon the private con duct of ono of tho President's Commission, while at Nowborn, have already beon forwardod, and its publication anxiously looked fur. It ia believed no etono will bo loft untamed to crush the men who havo beon instrumental in exposing the nefarious* transactions of the Kroodmou's Bureau agents. Congreulonal Wo-avs. Washington, May 24?The Constitutional Amendment in tho 8onato, and tho Froedmen's Bureau Bill in the Huauo, waa tho business under consideration to-day. Tho speeches, and business otherwise, woro u...

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. — 25 May 1866

Tlae Da?y [ISTews. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY $5, I860. The Duty off the Hour. [From, the Richmond Times, May 19.) Wo were favored a few davs since with a lotter from a very worthy gontleman, who bonorod us with a great deal of gratuitous advico relativo to the mannor in which tho Bouthorn nr??8n and peo ple Bhould deport themselves tit this timo. Our adviser evidently believoa that wo should imitate tho early Christians, as well a? the "Covenantors," in tho times of t.lkvcrhouso, ?and wood for our-j dead where tho voice of our lamentation? uhall not offend tho oars of Jacobins und Radicals. All such indiscret loot, aa piously gathering up tho bones of dead Confederate soldiora, and strewing flowers upon tboir humble graves, anmild be caro fully avoided. Neither should w make much ado about the great renown of Stone wall Jackson, "for tboso demonstration? do much burn)." To all this wo havo but.-uo responso to multo. Tho Southern people, although donied nosrly ail tbo right? and privileges...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 May 1866

Tlie Daily News. FRIDAY M0BN1N0, MAY 25, 1868. COMMERCIAL. Kxports for the Week ending May M?, DA AND Lumber. rOBEION. . . flJBA AND A MARKET?Per echr Alert?80,000 feet fW YORK?Per steamship Saragos-a?381 bales Cot ton, 3 bag? Wool, 10 bales Yarn, 3 bbls 8oed Bloo. 427 packages Sundries.Per steamship Emily B Souder?606 bahs Cotton. 03 package? Sundries, 849 I Empty Barrels, 40 baies Yarn, 36 B pty Ale Barrels, / 148 bbls Vegetables.Per sehr Wide World? / 124,305 feet Deals and Scantling, 11 cases Merchan dise. JLADELPHIA?Per sehr Ellie L Smith?0 bales Cot ton, 140 M feet Lumber, 3 boxes Oil, 10 boxes Lye. .Per echr A H Learning?33 bales Cotton, 478 bars Railroad run, (it) iron Axles, 70,000 feet Lum ber.Per schooner 8 N Smith.?29 bales Cot ton, 863 bars Railroad Iron, 105 Railroad Wheels, 44 Empty Barrels, 10 bbls Ale. ?0STON?Per sehr Southerner?13 bales Cotton, 76 bblB Rosio, 31 M'Ib Turpentine, 310 tons Iron and other metal. 84 boles Dags, 3 bales Bopo, 6 balea Pa per, 3 bundles H...

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. — 25 May 1866

THE BaiiUiBS?ON DAILY NEWS, G. R. OATHOART, Bdito*. CATHCART, MoHILLAN & MORTON, PROP1UBTOB8. No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. SUBflORIPTION. DAILY?TWELVE MONTHS.?..^^.?#10.00 DAILY?SIX MONTHS.8.00 DAILY?TP:<EB MONTHS.8.50 SINGLE COPIES.Scents TO?EW8 DEALERS.Scents LAR3EST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ? -THE LIST OW LETTKR8 re xmiinin? ir?, tlie PostolTuie at tine end ot euoh week is Trublis?ie<a. oflaoially la THE DAILY NEWS every Wx? doy moraine? .IS3"ews Summary. Tho roceipta of tho Board of Excito for liconsos granted in New York city up to May 15, wero $307,000. ' , Mr. David Deans, of tho Sunday Times, was robbed of ill,300, in a crowd at the Academy of Music,- on Wednesday night, tho IGth inat. Rev. Dr. JosF.ru Gross, formerly well known in this city, ?s pastor of Trinity and Bethel Metho dist Churches, is about to be installed as Boctor of the Episcopal Church in Bolma, Ala. Three or more asylums for disabled soldiers are to be established in the ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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