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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 8 June 1866

. VOLUME II....N0. 323.1 CHARLESTON, S. 0" FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1866. PRICE FIVE ni7.MT.o BY TELEGRAPH. ??? Arrest of General Sweeney. WASHINGTON, Juno 7.-General SWHENEY was arrested oat night in St. Albans, at his hotel, whllo ho was In bed. He made no resistance. President Roberta to be Arrested. Nsw Yonx, Juno 7_Judge BETTS has lBeued a war rant for tho arrost of ROB nra. the Fonlan President. fe Arrest of Prealdent Roberts. NEW Yonx, Juno 7 -Presldont ROBERTS has beon ar rested. Declining to go to Marshal MUBBAX'B ofllco, ho was brought before Commissioner BETTS. Ho obsti nately refused to accept ball tenderod In hie bohalf, and declino?! to glvo lila porsonal parolo to appear, or that ho would not violato tbe neutralHy laws. He was remand ed to the custody of tho Marshal, with quarters at tho Astor House. Col. Kinniel AN, an ox-member of Con gress, was aviso srrested, but subsequently disappeared. Tue Fenians hero aro much dispirited. Special re ports to the papers mention that a l...

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. — 8 June 1866

The Daily 3N~ews. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 18G6. |KOn THE CHARLESTON DAILY I1EWB.] .V II 3?: LONKLY GRAVE. HY m, c. A. HAM.. In a Bholtcrcd nook, by Potomac's shore, Where tho oar b Is darkened with Southern gore, SparkleB and bubbbs a little spring, Which never ceases Its lay to sing, O'or n lonely grave. 'Tis a Bpot that was m ide for penco and rest, Whcro nature in richest of robos s drvst, Whoro tho birds all Lnrlecsly bolldtholr noBts, Aud tho weeping willows v- ave. Many a wounded S"utliern bravo Mas dnurned hliusolf hore his brow to lave, And to drink of tho waters clear and bright, Which flashed and glnuced In tho moon's soft light, Un heed inn his anguished moan. And the carnet of green around It spread, Has pillowed full many a weary 1 end ; And inanv a soul fr in that grassy bed Has passed to tho dark unknown. III. Yet only one hillock, mossy and grcou, By that joyous dauclug spr'ng Is BOOU, W'noro tho sighing wind* wako a mournful wall, Aud tho riugdovo uiu.tns through th...

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. — 8 June 1866

The Daily ISTews. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 18G6. COMMERCIAL. .' Kxporta Tor the W? ?'it eiMllng Juno 7. roauoM. LIVEBroOL-Ver 13r bark Exra-68 baloa Bland 1202 balee Upland Cotton, 111 bbls Bosin, and 1 barrel Grist. EOBDEAUX-Per bark Frank Marlou-333.264 foet Pino Timber, 24,770feet Bowod Lumber, 08 bales Upland Cotton. SANTA CHUZ, GUDA.-Sehr N W Sinlth-50 tons Sand Ballast. KEW YOBK-Per steamship Moneka-450 bales Cotton, 80 bales Domestica, 20 balen Yarn, 295 bbls Vegeta Dios, 60 Empty Bbls... Per atcanistip Flambeau 182 bales uotton. 27 bales Yaru, 462 JJoxcs and Pack ages, 470 bbls Potato?? and Vegetables.Per steamship SaragOBia-06 bales Cotton, 86U bbls Vegetables, 10 barrel? WhlHkey, 12 cases Wine, 7 bbls Ale, 17 boxes Sugar, 262 packages Sundries, 395 bars Iron, 476 shoots Sheathing Motal.Por sehr Arlington- 95.000 feet Pmo Timber. PHILADELPHIA-Per sehr Mary-4 bales Cotton, 460 bars Iron Bails, 2 boxes and 3 ki g? Type. FALL BIVEB, MAbS.-Sehr Dan Smith-65,923 feet Flooring Boa...

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. — 8 June 1866

THE CHARLESTON DAILY ?BWS, Q. R. CATHCART, Bun on. CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. No. l8 HAYNE-STREET. TERMS- 0-A.SI3C SnBSORIPTION. DAILY-TWLLVB MJNTHS.-?...810.00 D?.ILY-SIX VENTES.5.0b DAILY- WAXM MONTHS.?.50 BINGLE COPIES.5 cents TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ajsr-THTK LIST OB1 LETTERS re int.i ni UK i? th-e Postoffioe at the end ot each, weale ie iiixblisriet-l orHoiully in THE DALLY NEWS every ?Fri day mornin?. JSTews Summary. Tho Richmond Examiner says: "Wo soo that DAMA, lato or the Chicago Republican, is in Wash? ington, whoro ho informs his frionds that ho Bold out his Bhare in tho Republican on bia own tcrmB. In othor words, tho proprietors of that paper woro glad to got rid of him at any price. A mooting was hold at Kuoxville, on Thursday last, at which a committoo of twenty-one was ap pointed, to visit Cincinnati with the committee from Charleston, to confer upon tho subject of the proposed Cinc...

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. — 8 June 1866

fP?ie Dailv ?tTe^Ars. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1866. - AUttEsT CIRCULATION IB THE STATE. GEST CIRCULATION EN THE CITYf ?W THE LIST Oin LKTTKRB re Lfkirxina in the JPostofflloe at the enel of eaoh weelc is p*ai?lisrj.etl offlLoiully in THE DAILY NEWS every JrTri day mornitii?. LOCAL MATTERS. ?9- BEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -?? in "THE LONELT GUAYE "~We tako pleasure in calUng tho attention of our nadara to a vory protty poota by Mrs. 0. A. BALL, pnbllihod on our socond pago this morning. Many a fond 8outhorn heart will respond to tho pathos of those touohing linos . DEPABTTJBE OF TBOOPS.-Twonty-two ofllcora anti two hundred and forty-six mon of tho 35th Ohio Regiment Bailed yesterday on board the steamer flambeau, for Kew York. MessrB. WII.LIB A CIIIROLM, tho agenta of the atoamer, showed even more than their usual energy and dispatoh on this occasion. They wero not awaro of the Intended departure of tho troops until 11 o'clock yesterday, and the vessel sailed at 12 M., carrying, be s...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 8 June 1866

PHILIP H. KEGLER, B-AJSTIKEIl, COLLECTION AGENT GENERAL COMMISSIONER, _o CHEOPS OJST NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON and CINCINNATI, OFFICE 3STo. IO JBroad-st., CHARLESTON. S. C. May 22 _lmo UNIVERSAL LIFE \W\mm COMPANY NEW YOEE, PHILIP H. KEGLER. NO. 10 BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON, S. O. Please call .before you nsure else where. Hay 22 mo TRAVELLERS'INSURANCE COMPANY, OP HARTFORD. GONN., THE PIONEER ? ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY .IN THIS COUNTRY. PHILIP H- KEGLER, J? C3- IE UST T, NO. 10 BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. 0. Please call at the Office or uforma tion. May mo THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY! Office No. 147 Meeting-street. V 003ST3STEOTI03STS .WITH Ali RAILROADS THROUGHOUT, THE UNITED STATES. Every attention given to the ' safe Transmission of Freight, I Money, and Valuables. ? - WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY, FREE OF CHARGE. II. II. PLANT, President, Augusta, Qa, April 28_ -A. CA-XtX? TO THS Gentlemen of Charleston anti Vicinity, ' mnii DKDRIISIOHED DEB...

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

T "H E AMERICAN DEODORIZED AND DISINFECTANT. MANUFACTURED BY 7 HE BALTIMORE COMPANY KOKUKS At CO., UAIillAIURE, MO. IT l8 UNEXCELLED IN PURIFYING AND SWEETEN INO tho atmoHjiboro in SICK ROOMS, HOSPITALS VESSELS, 81H K8, CESSPOOLS. PHIVIKS, Ac, Ac. A liberal discount allowed to the trade. Your attention la rcspuctMilly requested to the follow lng testimonials : BALTIMOHE. Feb. 8th, 1800. For an efficient anti rolladlo Deodorizer and Dieln fectsnt always ready for use, mid not liable to nnj change, equally valuable lu the? sick room, and lu the fou sink, It has in my opinion no equal. WILLUM E. A. AIKIN. Professor of Chemistry University of Maryland. Dr. W. O, VAN HI till KB, ?rho ?undo the report upon "Disinfectants" to the National Sanitary and Quarantine Convention ol IHM?, sitys i.fthi* article : "It Is the best deodorant of *-hlch I hovo any knowl edgo. 1st. It evidently answers the purpose. 2d. It IF odorless itself. 3d. It is easily kopi and luainged. 4th. It is comparatively c...

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

?iie Daily ?STews. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1860. OFFICIAL. . LIST OF LETTERS Bemaining in the Poetofflce at Charleston, for the week ending JUNE 7, 1868, and ordered to be print ed in THE DAILY NEWS, agreeably to tho following seo Uon of tho now Poatofflco Law, aa tho nowspapor having the largeat circulation in the City of Charleston: SECTION 6. And bo it further enacted, That Bata of lot ters remaining uncaUed for In any Poetofflce in any city, town or village, wbero a newspaper shall bo printed, shall hereafter be published onco only in the newspaper which, being published weekly or oftonor, shaB have the largest circulation within rango of deUvery of tho said office. , jgr Persons caUlng for Letters Advertised, should ?tato that they aro "Advertised." mr Offl?^? hours from 8 A. M. tq 6 P. M. On Bun days, from 0 o'clock to 10 o'clock, A. M. STANLEY G. TROTT, Acting Postmaster. ^^?OlS-dETST'S LIST. ?'. ? ' Abbot, Mrs W Ailinn, Carrie F Aron, Martha Adams, Caro ino Adason, Hester AB...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 9 June 1866

VOLUME II....N0. Q24.1 CHARLESTON. S. O., SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1866. PRICE FIVE O^NTS. I BY TELEGRAPH. Ken tan News. Nsw YOBS, June 8 -It le stated that a Fenian priva teer with crew, arma und munit ona of war, which waa' pnt on board at Long Islsud, left here aoveral weeks ago. lin vessel i? an lion side-wheel Btosmer, mounting Hii broadside and one plTOt gun, and said to bo anio to muk? iouriocn knots per hour. DiBpatchea hora St. Albana say ibat Gen. Sweeney and Col. Mallan were arraigned before a Conrt-Mactial this morning. The proccrdings are private, aud ro ortera aro excluded. Information from Toronto reports all qulot on the ?entern I routier. The Csusdlau Farlixmeut meets to-day, and It Is tin dorstootl that the Govoi-nor-Oeucralasks for the Imme diate suspension of Habeas Corpu*. An attempt to seise tho Oatadlan steamet a Oorlnthlan and FrcUoster, at Charlotte, yesterday, waa frustrated. LATKB. NEW YOUR, Juno 8.-tit. Albans dispatch stites that SwetLcy has been balled in $30,...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 9 June 1866

Tlie DailyNews. BATUBDAY MORNING, JUNE 0, 1866. BTJllOPKAN AFFAIRS. ?Xlio Proposed Congress-Present Stat? of IX l'Ullt ItlllOllH, La Franco ?nys: "Eat I Cowley and Baron Budborg havobeeu authorized in concert with <i.l)rouyndo Lbuyi?, to neck a baBis fur au arrangomout between tho conflicting p??w ra. A noto was drawn up by M. Drouyn do Linn H und presented nu tho 17ili to bar] Cowloy aud Baron Dttdbrrg, by whom It was communicated to their repictlvo gove nmentn. No dtieot communication rCBperttn.' lu? (.'?niKrosH lias as yet been addressed to tho Court? of Be? lui Florence aud Vlonua. The Illdepeadsuoo Ringo rays: .?Austrln having ofll olally refused ho pr>tpoand ('ougrcBS, Eiigland and Rus sia hnve represented t?> tho TI, una Cnuluot that thiB deflultivo refusai will leave with Austria tho responsi bility of all C?n?eqtteDOes which may ensuo." La Franco says : "Prussia ha? accepted lu principio th,e prop??si?l tor a Collar?)?'?, 'l'ho roply of Itussla is ex pected tip Thu...

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. — 9 June 1866

The Daily IsTe^wr. SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 9, 1866, CX>MMKKClAL,. .exports. BRISTOL, ENG-rcr Br bark Arcliltcct-603 bbls Spi rits Turpentine 2754 bbls Rosin. rillLADliLl'HIA-Per tern Wm Allon-76 baloa Cotton, 8balca Hopo Cuttings, 3 br?i8 t-pirits Turpentine, 16 bbls Alo, 20 Alo Hld?, IR hhls, 22 ?OXCB, 1 bhd and lot Iron m d Macliiuery. 894 bars R R Iron, 19 boxes and trunks Mdzo 136 00 feet Lumber. BOSTON-Por sehr Union-160 tons Old Iron. Tlic <iiiiri< st mi Cotton Itlurlret. COTTON WOP in better request yestordoy, and prlcos firm snd advancing. Sales of tho day about 130 bales. Wo quoto : , Middling.320D33 Strict Middling.34@&> A it j; II Ht u. Market, AUGUSTA, Juno 7.-COTTON.-The market IB firm. Tboro WAR a little inquiry this morning for good Cottons, but no demand windover for inferior grades. We quoto Middling 30, Bttict MlddliDg 31, Good Middling 82 cents. GOLD.-Brokers aro buying at 140 anti soiling for 144 to 145. Hii.vKit - Bil} ?ni; rates 133 to 136, and s...

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. — 9 June 1866

THE CMLESTON DAILY NEWS, a. R. CATHO ART, EDI io*. CATHCART, MCMILLAN Se MORTON, PROPRIETORS. Mo. l8 HAYNE-STREET. 8DBS0BHTIOH. DAIL?-TWLLVE M?lf?TH8.~~$lO.OO DAILY-SIX V'yNTHS.?'OO DAILY--TP:tSE MONTHS.?.HO BINGLE COPIES.SCAB?? TO NEWS DEALERS.Scent? LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ?S-THH; LIST OF LETTERS re tn.aln.iniE In the JPostoffioe at trie end of eaoh week is nntoltshe??! ofBoially In THE D A-IXiY NMW8 every BVi day mornin?. JSTews Summary. The flood in Western Alabama oxlcnds along a river tract of six hundred miles. A stock ralBiir in Tonnessoe recently Bold $18,000 worth of Cashmere goats in one wook. Ono owo sold 1 for $1800. The Marion (8. 0.) Star says : "LEWIS J. BAUn*i.L, the murderer of Dr. JAMES JAUBOTX, one of the most promlnont physicians in this section of tho Stole, ox plated his orlme hero, on the gallows, on Frilay last." Ref. GKOJWK D. COSIUINOS, D. D., rootor of Trinity Church in chicago, has been olected by tho Episcopal ...

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. — 9 June 1866

The Dailv JSTews. SATURDAY MORNING, ?JUNE 9, 1866. LAUFEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. L?HMEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. mr THJE LIST OF LKTTKR8 r?* saaininK in the IPostoflloe at the omi o? eaoh week is I>U1)11BII??.1 officially Isa. THB3 DAILY NKWB every JtTri ?luy mornln?. LOCAL MATTERS. ... j? mrasE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES, -wm m . ? MILTONIAN TABLEAUX.-Ladies and children should not neglect tho favorabto opportunity offered by to-day's matin?e. Seo advertisement. Mesera. A. GETTS k Co liavo re ed veil a telegram from their agents, Mesirs. LIVINOHTON, Fox A Oo., Now York, stating that the steamship Moneka sailed June 7, for this port. THE METHODIST iKonon OASB BEFORE TH E PBOVOBT COURT.-Wo call atteutlon to ho proceedings In this important case In another column. 0.0 BOWEN, Esq., is counsel for tim plaint ffs and Col. On AH. H. SIMON TOM counsel for tho defeudan t. CONCF.IiT AT THE BATTKllY.--'IllO follOWillR iS the programme for tho Concert this evening, by tho Band of the Ctli ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 9 June 1866

THE MISII AM) AlllilllCAN BANK. IHtOllPUHATED UMJKK "Till?: COM PA NIKS' ACT, 180?.'? AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ?1,800,000, IN ?0,000 SHAKES OF ?30 EACH. Pire* Issue, 30,000 Hhoros, and tbe remainder to bo lo sjaadas may boroqulrod, under tbo sanction of a Gen ?cul Meeting. THE ENGLISH & AMERICAN BANK, LIMITED, Baring opened Office*at No. 63 WALL STREET, NEW YO* K, Is pri pared to aell Bills of Exchange on the KHGulBH AND AMEBIOAN BANK (LIMITED), Lon .Son. and on the UNION BANK OF LONDON ; to buy Billa of Exchange, and to issue Commercial and Trave' era'Cr*dits, available in all parts of tbo world. Oom marcial Credits issued for use in the MAST INDIES, CHINA, AND AU8TBALIA, WILL BB UPON THE OBIENTAL BANK CORPORATION OF LONDON. Further particulars may bo ascertained on application attbe Olfico, No. 63 Wall street. WILLIAMWOOD. Manager. GEO. BUBOHALL WATTS, Aasiatant Manager. April 2_Smos ACCOUNT BOOK MA1M0RV. ACCOUNT BOOKS, SUCH AS RECORDS FOR PUBLIO OFFICES, Lodgers, Journals, Cash Boo...

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. — 9 June 1866

NATURE'S OWN REMEDIES. Congress Spring Water. Empire Spring Waters Columbian Spring Water. NO NATURAL OR ARTIFICIAL COMPOUND BAH yet been ?Recovered or MANupACTunnD that equals these watoi-s aa a PREVENTIVE, RELIEF AND PERMA MENT CURE, for many temporary and chronlo dis eases, as proved by tho exporlenoo of many thousands Who have drank them for years, with tho most beneficia effects. CONGRESS WATER Is a cathartic, alterativo and tonto, and is a valuable remedy for affoetions of the Livor and Eldnoys, Dye pepsia, Gout, Chronic Constipation and Cutanoous ?Us eases. It is a most powerful prevontlvo of the Fevers and Bilious Complaints, so prevalent in warm climates. EMPIRE WATER -Is a cathartic, and a valuable remody for Rheumatism, Derangement of tho Liver, Diseases of the 8kln, and Geboral Debility. Ita effects aro most salutary In Luna Diseases. It Is an almost suns CURB for Scrofula, ano tho most aggravated forms oi Dyspepsia. As a riiKVErt UVE AND ouBE for all Rllious Derangement...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 9 June 1866

Tlie -Daily News. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 1866. I., ?ter from tlte Country. TMI-THE COMMEriCKMEST-TBK STORM-IBT OBOrS-1UE HE.NTINKI.. lUitNwux, 8. 0, Juno 6.-Nothing of importance cccumd cn Balo Day. The gathering wss vory small; swtisually so ; indeed, tho villsgo looks desolate, and Wild woeda grow in profusion in cvory direction. Why ttoauthi rititB neglect tho nppoaranco and cleanliness of tbe villago la unknown to mo. There aro many freed sno? lounging sb? ut ?bo soem to have no employment. On Thursday, tho 31st of May, was commencement day in the Female Seminary established by Messrs. SBUOK and I'ninr. The attendance was good, and the distribution of paper credontiala for proflclenoy tn atadles was, I think, proluso. The address was made by Mr. r- injin, one of the teschors. Tim speaker bad but, sho t notice, as tho Rev. Mr. WIMSLBB was the appoint? o, but failed to be present. At night a concert was given, and the old Baptist Church, which has re cently been appropriated fo...

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. — 11 June 1866

VOI^lVt? II? No. " i i ii A j_. ^.? -^ ''^ = m -^^^^^ j| ^ -s-'OHA^^^ BY TELEGRAPH. hater iYorn BuroF*/. Kaw TOBE, June IO.-Tb'e steamships Allemagne, ?falta, Denmarkan? Edinburgh haye arrived, with dates *>Mey.W. ^ The> ^GovBDment was beaten in Parliament by ten totes on Mr. BOUVEBE'S resolutions on the prevention .of bribery and corruption at elections. The Consolidated Bank of London has stopped pay? aient. \ \ The Powers all accept the invitation to the Petice Oon ? - :fe* mee, wtio?i was to meet at Paris at an early day. v'I??^?^erente ajfe still preparing for the conflict. K:. ?^?ta^uiiivoinnt??rs. are mobilizing rapidly. Tho : ?nsiriai?femy ia bow 600,000 strong, with parks . of arr :-^tW^^^siii|e guns ready. The Prussian s are con ' ^EmkffiS "** ' Qr ats* hen sch.' ni g. Prostla and lyly ;/||jti^Pj^Ni^one hostilities until they know whefljpr ^^^P^^u?t fcils Tbe second Austrian co<^?p ^^^^p! great discontent at Vienna. *^ ^ i^^^^1 >nay 0ommenCe* mEu:c^n^ towards V...

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. — 11 June 1866

The Daily News MONDAY MORNING, JUNE ll, 1866. Judge Underwood. We copy 3ha following extracts from the Rio hmond Examiner of tho 7th : Ju3 ce Underwood cannot be said to have gotten his greatness, such as it is. in any of the ways enumerated by the poet He wan not bo u groa?; he did not achieve Seatness; he dirt not huve preuve** thrust upon him. ke Topsy's origin was Un.ierivood'a greatness ."spec itgrowedl" Accidents hive favored him, as they are satd.to favor moat mon ot hjs stamp, and th? special nation Of that whole class/the'Dr-vil. Ae a law yer he mighN; have practised, but oould nyfc* have suc r oeededasa Tomb-?' Shyster. But the war came, and blood was spilt, aud maggots bred fast, and Underwood had his oh'ance. Early in the contest he was playing " the spy somowhere within our lines; waa chased out by our cavalry; fled to Washington, and was made a Judge jby Mr. Lincoln. While the war lasted he did not seek distinction, but OObfiued himself to ptrlf. It is doubtful if the ...

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. — 11 June 1866

Tilo Daily News. MONDAY MORNING, JUNE lt, 1866. r (DOMMRKOIAL.. - ( -j- -u. . Imports. 1 XlVEBPOOL^-Per?hlpAmt Ua-395tonB Coal, to Order; ff packages Earthenware, to Chieolru Bros St Co; 3 casks Hardware, to J A Adger & Co; 1 quarter cask Sherry, to J T Wilson ; 3 packages Mdze, 20? sacks common White Salt, to Order; 2010 Iron Pots, 1050 Camp Ovens and Covers, 200 extra Covers, 200 Bis? cuit Ovens and Covers, 250 Spiders with lips? 18 Chimney Bricks, to J ? Adger St Ce; 95 cases Ma? chinery, to Order; 8 casks Earthenware, to WB Stanieiil cask 'Wine, 2 cases Mdze, to Order. Exports. NEW TOBE-Per steamship Quaker City-399 bales Cotton, 6 bales Yarn, 4 ibis Groundnuts, 860 bbls Potatoes and Vegetables, 72 Packages. BOSTON-Per sehr Sophia B Jameson-12 bales Cotton, 176 tons Old Iron, 20 bales Rags, 3 bales Rope. BALTIMORE-Per sehr A J Bentley-348 hhds and tierces Molassep, 80,469 feet pine Timber.Per sehr Mary Augusta-60,000 feet Pine Lumber. Per sehr Wenonah-60,000 feet Pine Lumber...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 11 June 1866

THE CaMBSTON B?IL? NEWS, ' ; G. R. CATHCART, J?Diiaa. CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. TBRMS-OASH S?BS0RPPTION. DAILY-TWi-LVE M- >NTH8........ DAILY-SIX MONTHS. DATLY-TP'^KE MONTHS. BINGLE COPIES..... SONBW8 DBALEB8. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. US' THE LIST OF LffiTTKRSI re maiming in the Fostoflioe at the end of eaoh week is published ofHoially In TECK UALXiY NEWS every Fri? day morning. News Summary. The State University of Mississippi, at Oxford, num? bera at pres?nt 200 students. The warehouse if Mr. NUTT, at Wilmington, N. C., . waa destroyed by fire last I Sunday night. Loss about $8000. The New York Times says of General SCOTT : "He was more jealous Of his" literary than of his military fame. He would endure critloism in reference to his battles with equanimity, but in matters of taste in literature, or even of punctuation, he could .not brook contradic? tion." The Baleigh Progress, of Wednesday, says...

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