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

? a a - ??I?V VOLUME II....N0. 313.] CHARLESTON, S. O., MONDAY MOKNING, MAY 28, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. BY TELEGBAPH. ete Later from IS a rope. NEW YORH, May 27.-Tho steamship City of JBos ton has arrived from Liverpool, with dato? to tho 17th itifet. Cotton weak ; eales in two days, thir teen thousand bales. Middling Uplands aro quot ed at 13d. to 13'd. Consols, 86| to 87'. Five twontics, 63i to ?36. Tho war question continuos unchanged, but tho prospects for a European Congress are improving. Moro failures aro reported. The bombardment of Valparaiso !s noticed in both Housos of Parliament in termB of indigna tion, but the noutral attitude of tho British Admi ral wau defended and fully endorsed by the Go vernment. The English press and people loudly denounce tho act of Spain. Indignation meetings have been held at Liver pool, which adopted strong resolutions of protest; also resolutions expressing gratitude for the effort? of Commodore BODGEHS, of the United States Navy. Later and...

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 May 1866

-The Daily ISTews. MONDAY -MOBMNQ, MAY 28, 1860. ___ SEIlElsr__D__r SPEECH BY PRESIDENT JOHNSON. Bcmarks by Several Cabinet Officers. ?WASHINGTON, May 23,1866_Tho President and tho various membors of his Cabinet were serenad ed to-night by tho National Union Club, attonded by a vory largo concourso of citizens, nuniboring eoveral thousands. Tho rrceideut waa tho first io.bo complimented in this way. In "knowlodo; "ontofit.ho carno ont in front of tho Executivo _ansion, and standing on tho coping of tho balustrade, ho mado a very briof spot. cb. His ap poaranco was a signal for enthusiastic grootings. His words woro as follows : TUE PttESIDEST's VEECH. .FELLOW-CITIZENS: In appearing before you this *c^*onin;, it is simply for tho purposo of teudoring to you my thanks, my sincoro thanks, for this dc .' -.onatration, and for tho approbation whioh you , bave manifested on this occasion and on "any .pcoaslons before. Buch approbation is peculiarly ?ratifying and encouraging to me under e...

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 May 1866

The Daily ?STews. MONDAY MORNING, MAY "28, 186-3* The "nhrupt Ulli. The following is a euminary of tho Bankrupt Bill an It has passed the House of Representa tives: The first sootion constitutes the District Courts of tho United States ?Courts of Bankruptcy. Too eooond seotion givos tho United States Circuit Courts genoral superintendence and jurisdiction of all oases and questions arising under tbe act. Sections threo to seven, inclusive, relate to the administration of tho law in Courts of Bankrupt cy. Beetions eight, nine and ten refer to appeals and praotico. Tho eleventh sootion provides that if any person residing within the jurisdiction of tho United StatOB owing debts over throe hundred dollars shall apply, by petition, to the judge of his judicial diHlrict, sotting out his inability to pay bis debts in full, and his willingness to surrender bis vBtfkto for tho benofit of his creditors,' tho filing of auch petition shall be an act of bank ruptcy, and such petitioner HIIB.11 ...

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 May 1866

THE I "lUTON DAILY NEWS, G. R. CATHCART, Bono*. CATHCART, MoMILLAN & HORTON, PBOPBIBTOBS. No. l8 HAYNE-STREET. __au__sv- O__K_C. BDB80B?PTIGN. ?DAILY-TWELVE MONTHS.._. "..810.00 3DAILT?-?31X MONTHS.^..5.?0O JtAUir-r-TP't^S MONTHS._.a.DO BTNGE.H ?fiOP-3..'...Scent? TO NKW8 DBALEB8.3 cent? XARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. aw -?OC -_IS_ OH1 LATTICHS re maining in the Postoffioe at the end of ?toit weelc ia published ofhoiaU-fr In T^DHJ DiULY KTBITVS everyFri .dt.y rliornliii;. ISTews Summary. Owing to the protracted drought, the tobacco crop in Goba ia a fuilnre. Batter is Boiling iu Lynchburg at twenty centB a pound. A 0I080 watch is kept on all the Ash markets by the Irish loyal police, for foar a pike might be offered for sale. San Francisco ia going to be supplied with water from a lake in the Sierra Novada mountains by an aqueduct two hnndrod niilea long. Mioa EVANS, the authoress, haa purchased a marble mausoleum, to be erected to the memory ...

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. — 28 May 1866

'lie Dailv -STews. MONDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 18W. LAKUL?T CIBCULATION DI THE STATE. LARGEST CIBC?LATIQW Di THE CITY. awTIIK _IS_ OF I_TTKRS r-e , ???_!___ in. the JPostoifloe at t_e end I o* eaoh -weeli: is p*utaU?h.e_ offiotally t_ 'JL'?__ _>"___ NICWS e-ver-y- _*rl ?ai-y moi-nlnti. _.. ?Gr _J 1ST _ S The following aro the Agents for this paper: W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Travoling and Collect as?] Agent, Rev. COLIN MURCHISON, Ooncral Traveling and Collecting Agont. TOWNSEND k NORTH, BookBOllors and Stationers, Oohunbie, S. C. Col. J. J. RYAN, BarnweU, 8. O. F. M. TRIMMIER, Spartan Office, Bpartanburg, 8. 0. 3. T. DuBOIS, Marlon. 0. S. HARBY, Saudy Ford P. O., Madison co., Fla. PATRICK k HUVEY, Macon, Georgia. B. A. MoKNIGHT, TJnionvlllo. J. Y. H. WILLIAM8. Ollnton, 8. 0. J. li. ALLEN. Cheater 0. H" 8.0. JOSEPH H. SEARS, "Now South," Hilton Head. W. 8. LANCE, Grahamville P. O., Beaufort, 8. 0. B. F. BRADFORD, Walterboro', 8, 0. H. L. DARR, Snrater, 8. O. THAD. O. ANDREW8, Oi-geburg,...

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

HL York Advertisements. First JPremiiim steam Saw-Mills. TBR FIBBTPRIiSK, THE GOLD MEDAL. Waa ?warded to*the WASHINGTON IRON WORKS flay t_ Amerioan Inatttnte?, at their Fair, In October, 16? _tot the beat .t^3Rcro___ia s_kv-?^r-__i__. ' "_??ND 8TRAM ENGINS BBS FOB THESE, GANG SAW-MILLS, SUGAR _ Milla, Gen oral Machinery, Iron and Bran Oast-ga wat&ngt, __SMi OAML Ao.. &o,,promptly flUed. An aaaaa GEO. M. CLAPP, *l>t-!**urer, Nowborgh, N. F.. Of L. 0. WARD, Agent, Ko. " "borty-?t., (Room No. 8), N. Y. M_ lyT ?TssBDRl ?LfMUh TODD & RAFFERTY. ENGINEERS _ FOUNDERS, OISe?9 ?and Worin, {'?(?non, New Jencjr, WAREHOU8B, NO. ? DBT-8TBEET, R. T. -RTAROFAOTUREBS OF STATIONARY AND PORT XU. ABLE STEAM ENGINES and BOILEB8; Flax, ?i_pV Tow, Oakrrm, and Bope Machinery; Shafting, MU? Oaa'tng. iron and Bra?? Oa?tlng?of all kinds; VOtbee, PlanlnR Maohlnea, DrUl?; Shaping, Slotting ana' losing Machine?; Gear Gutter?, Oeaterlng, Milling and 3i_-Ont?ila.g Maohlne?; chucks of all kind?, Leat...

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

THE . Leading Journal i T_5_:__] SOTTTZBL: THE PUBLISHERS OF ^ THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS : i ? i ; . . . Beg respectfully to return their thanks to the public fer ita liberal support to their Journal, and .'?..' ?* . promise that iu tho future, &B in the past, it shall be their aim to mako THE; I MOST DESIRABLE PAPER in the ?country. It has now TUB LARGEST CIRCUMTIOK of any Newspaper issued in tho State, and is THE LARGEST IN SIZE of any Paper publishod in tho State-issued in folio form of eight pages, and the size of the New York Herald. It is univcraally conceded that ?,, ?>. IJJ .*: . : .'. . ," . ; TDB -GHARLBSTON DAILY NBWS B3 THE . ' .' '... . .'. . MOST ENTERPRISING, . . ' i , .. . . '..... . i! ..;. I Di. I_?TDD_=3_?___<riD_33Sr_73 AND THE BEST COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER i published in the rJcmtn. It is .:.?.- . A SOUTHERN PAPER, ? * WITH SOUTHERN PRINCIPLES. A11?___I.Y. Many of our fri?nds Lavo speken and writton to us concerning the publication of a Tri-Weekly. We _?'V...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 May 1866

?QQ K1 1NATL8. NAILS. ?Uy For ?ale by A. TOBIAS'80N8. H May 28_ -mtnth3_No . 86 tait Bay. CANDLES. inn BOMB "STAB" CANDLES. XV.? V/ For ?alo by A. TOB 'AB' SONS, May ia mtuth3_No. 86 Enst Bay. BACON. HHD8 BACON 8IDE8. _ T<iT,Ml*hT A. TOBIAS' SONS, May 38 mlnth3_No. 88 East Bay. BACON! BACON! 6 Q/"V HHDB. rtTRIOTLV PRIME SIDES, BIBBED UVy and olsar 10 hhd?. Oholoe Shoulder?, _..5_ lul9 b* MOWBT k 00., ."***?_mwth5_North Atlantlo Wharf. ATTENTION-CHEAP HAY. 1 On B,ALE8 OF EASTERN HAT, IN STORK AND A\\F\J tor ??le in (0U to suit pnroha.ers at $1 " per *Wowt. by FAIRCHILD k HAMLIN, Mmy w_1*__Eaat end Laurons street. BASTEEN HAY. 1-7Q BALE8 CHOICE EASTERN HAT, JOST AR* JL I O RIVED and for ?ale by " T. TUPPER & SONS, May 28_ 1_Brown a Wharf, COHN IN BULK. A ( ,riA BDSHEL8 PKIME WHITE CORN, I! TCVJvfxJ hulk, Unding this .day on North Atlantlo ?_~~ "* ?TOE?;: ?0O0BUBHr?L8 PRIME TELLOW CORN, IN SACKS. .1700 buahel? Prime Oat?. 700 bale? 8nperlorTl-n?)thy Hay. For oale low. by JN0. 8....

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 29 May 1866

valu loties VOLUME II....N0. ai_.i CHARLESTON, S. O., TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 39, 1866. PRICE FIVE nv.-n The Daily News. LAKtf-ST CIRCULATION BS THE STATE. LA??UEST CIBC?LATION IN THE CITY. ?T* TH3D IJIST 0"F* __D_*___EKS .-_. miili-uti in. ttie Postoffloe at t-?H end of auo_ week is *pu bilah?- - offioi_LL*p lxa -X-_H* PATT?Y NBWS every BVi day mornlnc BY TELEGRAPH. ... General Narwa. NEW YOIIK, May 28.- Tlio atatemont of the Ranks of this oity jost pabliahed, ehow a, decrease of de posita amounting to eight and a half (8J) mil lion. Tlie interest of 8roi*roni?,* Tir.-ITON A Co., in tho Havana Steamehipa, the Brazil Stoamera, and tho Savannah Empiro line, have passed under the control of Messrs. GAUIIIHO** ?ft ALLEN of thia city. The Derby raco waa noa by Lord Lyons, broth er of St. Albans. Halo of Print? _t Providonco. rnoviDENOE, (H. I.,) May 21 - Tiiuro woro 345, 000 piooes of printing clothe sold here during the Week, at an advance of 2 to So. per yard. Con greaslonai. ' Wa\8a_H?a...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 29 May 1866

\ Tile Daily ISTews. TUE8DAY MOBNING, MAY ait, 1866. Prussia and Anstria. Punch deecribee the difficulty botwoon Austria and Prussia io theao stanzas: Prussia was a robber, A us tria waa a thief ; Fru?ala and Austria Stolo a Danish liff. Prussia said to Austria, ' * L etvo the s wa g alono. " Anett io, eaiu to Prussia, ""When yon dren your bono.' Prussia said to Anuir?a, "You don't meau to go?" Aus.tr a sala to Prussia, "Ontof Holstein? No." Prussia said to Austria, "Wherefore do you arm?" Austria aatd to rmn-l", "Of you in al-ni." Prussia Bald to Austria, "I don't moan to fight." Austria said to Prussia, -My intention, quito." PruB.ia aald to Austria, "Drop your warlike game.' Austria said to Prussia, "When yon do the samo." Prussia raid to Austria, "What's tho ond to bo ?" Austria said to Prussia, ' ; "Hit me, and you'll seo." Prussia said to Austria, "Como, this brng won't do." Austria said to Prussia, " "Sir, the atme to you." Prussia eaid to Austria, "I'll the Diet try." Austri...

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. — 29 May 1866

The Daily JSTews. TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1806. > HU ii in ,\- JO MC A. .XUS nOMBAIlDMENT OF CALLAO- OFFICIAL DI8PATOH FitOM COlIMODOhK RODOKRR. WASHINGTON, May 22.-Tho following dispatoheB from Commodoro Budgers woro received to-day at tho Navy Dopartment : UNITED OTATES STEAMSHIP VANDB.IBILT, I AT SKA, May 10, 18G?. J SIB ! I havo tho honor to roport that, ou tho 27th -of Aprl, tho ?pani?h Admiral, Mondez Nunez, ad or essed a lotter to tho diplomatic corpa in Lima, deolariig that tho port of Oallao waa blockaded from tint dato. Also another Justifying tho courao of 8pah, and announcing that ho ehould givo neutra inhabitants four day? to romovo their por Bonn syd property provious to tho bombardment of tho-'ity ou tho 30th of April. Admiral Pearson anchoad our meu-oi-war out of gunshot of tho fortintftionB of Oallao. Merchant YOSBOIB had some 'ays boforo taken up positions out of tim way oliiostilo operations. It was thought that tho a'tsck would commouoe on tho 1st of May, whe...

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. — 29 May 1866

THE "1R-LBST0N DAILY NEWS, O. K. OATHOART. KDITO*. CATHCiRT. Mc?inLLAN & MORTON, PBOP_-TORS. *?o. l8 HAYNE-STHEET. TERMS- 0_ra.S_?. 817B80BrPTION. DAILY-TWELVE M?>MTH8.^""-.10-00 DAILY-illX IVVNTHS.5*00 DAILY-VPUKB MONTHS.?.BO BINGLE COPIES.5 "ntl TO NEWS DEALERS.Scents LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. .?-X1-- "IST OK" ti- TTHSRS re m til ni mr in the Poetoffloe at the end o? eaoh week is *ptablished oliioiully In. THE _A.IX?Y IV_?WS every Fri day m oni Ins. jSTews Sourimary. JACOB BARBER, of New Orleans, io writing a book of tjio war. Bixtoon Egyptian dancers are ontertaining tho Piiriaiauo. , f A twelve foot alligator waa killed on tho bay ehoro o? Mobile, by a boy, on Sunday, 20th. TiAxi old eho wolf and six oubB were killed in Marion oouuty, 111., laet week. The colored levee laborera at Momphis struck for higher wagoB on Tuesday, 22d, and attempted to parado the streets. Tho Froodmon's Bureau authorities oausod their arrest. The N. Y. ?Z...

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. — 29 May 1866

T_ie Dailv !N"ews. TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 29, 1886. LAll?.*<E?Vr CIIICULATION IN TUE STATE. LAUGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. aW ""L-l LIST OF __J___.:RS r-e aitsinitiu: in the Post-office at the ena of eaoh wee- ia *puhlishe_ of-oially 1- TEC- _?"-I_? _ -"BJ"WS every _?x-i doy mornln?. AGENTS The foUowlng are tho Agonta for thla paper: W. A. HEMINGWAY, Gonoral Travel-g and Collect ing Agent Rev. COLIN MURCHISON, General Traveling and Collecting Agent. TOWNSEND fc NORTH, Booksellers and Stationers, Columbia, 8. C. Col. J. 3. RYAN, Barnwell, S. 0. F. M. TRIMMIER, Spartan Ottlcc, Bpartanburg, 8. 0. J. T. DuBOIS, Marion. 0. 8. HARDY, Sandy Ford P. O., Madison c<>.. Fis. PATRICK fe HUVEY, Moxon, Goorgla. it. A. MCKNIGHT, umonviUe. J. Y. H. WILLIAMS. Clinton. 8. 0. 3. R. ALLEN. Choster O. H., S. O. JOSEPH H. SEARS, "Now South." Huton Head. W. 8. LANCE, Grahamville P. O., Beaufort, a 0. li. F. BRADFORD, WoHerboro', 8, C. H. Ia. DARR, 8tunter, 8. O. THAD. O. ANDREWS, Orangobnrg, 8. a...

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. — 29 May 1866

N. Yorfe Advertisements. A NOBLE PURPOSE ?at9 A GLORIOUS RESULT. THERK ARE AS MANY ROADS TO FAME AND FOR YsJSB as there were ?rateways to the ancient Thebes. lour ambitious warrior la for carrying his way with the bro; your aspiring politician for soheming his way by r_.(ruo and oouHummtst?* art Bat there la one grand jrked path to tho goal, along whloh nothing base can v- It la the path nor apart for the march of talen t oergy, and noble purpose; and though fnU of obstadee Otmtalna none that a brave man cannot surmonn t Us fact bas been exoinpli?ed in Innumerable lu taeea, but in few moro forcibly than in the riae and tJOgreaa of OR UOOFI,ANU*U GURMAN BITTERS ffor ever tlfteen year? Ita course has been onward and ??Wavrd, aoattering blessings at overy stop until it now toad* on the topmost rounds of the l"c1 f fame, as - GREAT TONIC. O BOOFL/IND'8 GERMAN BITTERS IS a positive k-emody fox DYSPEPSIA. airo DI8EAHE8 RESULT-tO FROM ?IBOllDEli OF TllL.U VEB and DIQBSTIY- OKQA Anl Is the ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 29 May 1866

TEC Leading Journal OF; THCH? SOUTHE THE PUBLISHERS OF - THE GUiRLESTON DAILY NEWS Beg respectfully to return their thanks to the public fer its liberal Bupport to thoir Journal, and premiso that in the futuro, AB in the past, it shall be theil aim to mako THE! MOST DESIRABLE PAPER in the country. It Ima now TUB LARGEST CIRCULATION of any Newspaper issued in the State, and ia THE LARGEST IN SIZE of any Paper published in the State-issued in folio form of eight pages, and the size of the New York Herald. It is universally conceded that THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS IS THE MOST ENTERPRISING, IXT_D_=5_a_3_>T___31>TT3 AND THE BEST COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER pnbliahod iii tbe South. It is A SOUTHERN PAPER, WITH SOUTHERN PRINCIPLES. ? A TRI-WEEKLY. Many of our friends bave Bpeken and written to _ concerning the publication of a Tri-Weekly. We have thought of doing this for some time, but owing to the general disarrangement of postal af fairs, we have concluded not to do so until the oommoncem...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 29 May 1866

Tlie Daily. ISTeA^s. TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 29, 18". [From tke LaCrotte{Witoontin) Democrat.] X pol?ticasL ?rncrnl'n aolUoqny. Whi-r-r-r I Ht w I-o a rocket I went np, torrifying tho in ?auottnt. 8p*?it II.iw uko a stick falling in tho mud did I come V/lion the robollion began, I did not amount to eui ugh t" add up and give ouo to carry. I waa a ??ort id second-rate loafer, begging tobacco, stand tug ?round Baloona and bar-rooms, waiting to bo ?treated by liboral strangers. I bad no atoan atockii'ge-no neat bomo-no money saved-no credit-no fiuo food, aud bot little "ame. "But iittdd? nly a star arose I" Bravo mon woro wanted _i h d poddlod whiskey at the poilu to t-leot mon (?i ibo God-and-morality, retronebment-and-ro foim-ticket-I could toll a bigtt-er lio aud stick to it i-l-er than any hungry politician in the couu UT , and the late administration-noble adminis tration-gave me rich toward. I was made a M?) sin, and like a bluo-tailod bottlo-lly I Htruttod liait my native town. du?...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 29 May 1866

VOLUME II....N0. 133.] CHARLESTON, S. C., TH?RSDAY MOANING, 1?EBRUARY 33, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. The Daily News. LAB&EST CIRCULATION 0? THE STATE. &AB?EST CIRCULAT?0N ES THE CITT. ??THE XJIST OTT" 1UJBBTT?RS re m?todng in tlxe Postofflo? at tile end ot each week ls published ofHoially la THW. DAXLiY NEWS every Wri ?tay morning. ._ ' , BY TELEGRAPH. General Sew?. V NEW TOM, Ma? 23. -The statement of tho Banka of thia city jual published, show a decrease of de " poaita amounting to eight and a half (8|) mil? lion. The interest of SFOFFOUD, TTXKSTON & Go., in the Haran a Steamship a, the Brazil Steamers, and the Savannah Empire lino, have passed nuder the control of Mesera. GARMBOJI ? ALUM of this city. The1 Derby race was won by Lord lyon?, broth er of St. Albans. Baa? of Prints nt Provide ne e. PBOVTDZNCE, (B, L,) May 34.-There were 845, 0C0 pieces of printing oiotha sold here during the week, at an" ad vance of 2 to So. per yard. Congressional.' WAHHTK'JTOW, May 28.-No...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 29 May 1866

The Daily News, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1866. Pnuila ?nd A a* tri?. Punch describee the difflcnlty between Austria said Prussia i<> these stanzas: Prussia was a robber, Austria-was a thief; Prussia and Austria Stole a Danish fief. * Prussia said to Austria, "teave the swag alone." Ans'.' ia said to Prussia, ..When you drop your bone. Prussia said to Austria, . 'You don't mean to go ?" . instr a said to Prussia, "Outof Holstein? No." pi Prussia said to Austria, "Wherefore do yon arm ?" Austria said to Prussia, "Of you in alarm." Prussia said to Austria, "I den't mean to fight. " Austria ?aid to Prussia, "My Intention, quite." '} Prussia said to Austria, ' "Drop your warlike gama" AU?tnSBald to Prussia, i . "When you do the sama" A ,.r . : ?, ? waii l-i- ?' . .. '.- B o Prus*i?-?aid to Austria, m ... "What's the end to bel" , Austria said to Prest??, . "Hit me, and jou'll see." Prussia ?aid to Austria,... i .'Oonje; this brag wont do." | Austria said to Prussia, , " ?Stf. the s...

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. — 29 May 1866

TtLa Daily News.' TUESDAY MORNING, MAI 29, 1866, . ,. . SOUTH AMEBXCA. Tn BOMBARDMENT OF CALLAO-OFFICIAL DISPATCH EBOM C01TMODQBE B0OOEB8. WASHINGTON, Hay 22.-The following dispatches from Commodore Rodgers were received to-day at the Navy Department : UNITED STATES STEAMSHIP VAOTJERBILT, 1 . AT. SKA, May 10, 1866 J Sm : I have the honor to report that, on the 27th of April, the Spanish Admiral, Mendea.None2, ad? dressed blotter to tho diplomatie corps in Lima, declaiTPg that- the port of Oailao waa blockaded from that d~te. AL* o another justifying the coarse of Sp^in, and announcing that he should give neutra} inhabitants four dava to remove their per? sons ana property previous to the bombardment Cf the city on the SO th of April. Admiral Pears m -anchored our men-of-war out of gunshot of the fortifications of Callao. Merchant vessels bad some days before taken up positions out of the way of hostile operations. Ic was thought that the attack would commence ou the 1st of May, When...

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. — 29 May 1866

THE CaiRLSST?N MM NEWS, G. K. CATHCART) Eonw. CATHCART, MCMILLAN ft MORTON PEOPBEETOE??. Nb. 18 HAYNE-STREET. XBRMS-OASH. HTrBSOBIiTION. ?AUA -TWELVE MONTHS.? ?II.I DAILT-SIS. VVSTH3.?. DAILY-TF>EE MONTHS.^....???...^50 Hrs OLE COPES.* osarte TO NEWS DEALERS.* emf LARtf EST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE. LARGEST CO^CDLATION IN THE CTTT. AW THE LIST OF LETTKR8 re! nxaiixing in * a? ?*oetoffloe at tne end or each wm.', ia published, officially ] In TBLEJ DAILY NKW8 every ITri <lay moraine.. P . r\ ? il S ? r! . ? g - IST ews Summary. , JACOB BARKER, of New Orleans, is writing a took of 0? y*r. ?gp r *fT Sixteen "Egyptian dancers are entertaining tho ! Parisians. I A twelve foot alligator was killed on the bar -shorf of Mobile, by a boy, On Sunday, 20th. J? An old she wolf and six cabs were killed in Marion county, El., last week. . *" The colored levee laborers at Memphis struck for higher wages on Tuesday, 22d, and attempted to parade .the streets. The Freedmen's Bureau Authorities ...

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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