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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 13 June 1866

a?? Hitos. VOLUME U-..NO. 227.1 CHARLESTON, S. 0" WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1866. PRICE FIVE (J_NT8. BT TELEGRAPH. -tater from Europe. Nsw Yonx, Juno 13.-The ?teanisblp Scotia has ar rived, bavii g left Liverpool on tho 3d lust, and Queens town on tho 8d ins*. The latent market report 1B from Liverpool, Saturday, .June 3. Salea of cotton 16,000 , bales, including 3000 bales to exportera Bud ?peculators. Market buoyant end firmer, with an advance of a ^d. occasioned by later advlocs from America. Middling Uplands quoted at about ltd. Breadntufls qulot Provisions inactivo. . Tallow firmer, witn a Blight advance. In London, on Saturday evening, June 3, Consols closed at 9G ii to B6%. J5xtra dividend Flvo-TwentltB at 643? to 66,*^. Ubi fully confirm ed that Prussia, Austria, Italy and tho Gorman Diet will bo representad in the Conference by their Ministero, The time for tho meeting has not yet boon fixed, but CLARENDON, GOBTSOIIAKOFK, BIIS _U- and T>AMAiiMOiiA had officially announced that...

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. — 13 June 1866

The Daily HS"ews. WEDNE8DAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1866. FOHE.IGN ITEMS. TUE EUHOrEAN WAU OF 1859. Tho following chronology of tho European war of 1859 Is interesting in view of the possibility of a new conflict this year : January 1.-The Emperor Napoleon made an Insig nificant epoech lu the Corps Dlploruatlo.no. February 1.- PnblicaUon of a brochure ontlllcd "Na poloon III, and Italy," recommended by tho .Moniteur. February 23.-Departure of Lord Cowley for Viouna, charged with a tnlsxion from Englatid and Franco. M ireh 23.-Tho Moultour Btated that on tho proposi tion of Russia a Congress composed of flvo groat pow ers will bo convened to atljust all points connected with the Italjan question. April 8.-Bellicose order of tho day of tho Emperor Frauds Josopb. April 20.-Tko Moniteur published tho poluta adopted by the live great powers for futuro deliberations. April 22.- Tho Moniteur announced that Austria atono . roflisod to ailhuro. April 25.-Project or law with reforenco to a French l...

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. — 13 June 1866

Tlie Daily __Tews. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1860. ?. l' nilicr I'ront." JOHN MITI nu., lu his I'.irln Icttor to tho Now York Daily Newt, uuder dato of May 28, auuouncea tho death Of Falhor PROUT. Two daya ago, in this city, died the celebrated "Father Prout," whose i lullt nanni was Francis Mahony, one of the most charming writers of our timo, nutt of our tonguo. Bo was boru ia Cork County, and dlod at 62 yoarB of agc. AB a litterateur ho is best known by the .Prout Papers,' a eor.CB of learned and witty jeux d'esprit published originally in Frazer's Magazine. I kuo? not whothor the Indefatigable Dr. McKenzie baa over edited and published tho "Prout Papers" in America, as ho has done by several other similar performances. If not, thoy will desorvo this attention at his hands Poor Father Mahony bad the misfortune, many years ago, to quarrel with hie Church, and nineo that time has ue'vor keon permitted to administer the sacraments. AB a political writer ho bos always been distingu...

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. — 13 June 1866

THE CHARLESTON BAILY NEWS, G. R. CATHO ART, EDIT an. ?CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. No. l8 HAYNE-STREET. SUBSCRIPTION. DAH.?-TWUWB M>NTHS.010.00 DAILY-SIX V>.NTH8.S.00 ?AILT'-THiKK MONTHS.?.50 BINGLE COPIES.Scent? IO NEWS DKALER8.3 cent? LAKGESi CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TUE CITY. ?rTHE H.I8T OF LB-"TICKS re xxxaininR in- trie _?oatol-oe at trie end of euc- -weolc is pnblisnetl oflioiully in THB1 DAILY NEWS every Fri day mornin?. News Summary. Tbo number of pariions granted by tbo Prosldont. slnco April 13, for political offences, is officially reported 13,381. In Pateraon, N. J., tbo locomotivo Bhopa aro busy. In ono or tb.4 shop* tlioy oxpoct to turn out cloven loco motives ouch month for tbo nott three months. The Unito1 Btatos ExpiOBB Mossonger'a safo on the Eastern bound train on tho Paclnc Railroad Mo., was robbed a-iout tbrco o'clock Friday morning, botween Loo's Sum-nit and Ploasant Hill, of ?bout $1G,000. AdviceB from Texas ?tate...

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. — 13 June 1866

Tlie ?ailv !N"e-ws. WEDNESDAY MORNINO, JUNE 13, 1866. LOCAL MATTERS. - ... mr asm SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -?? - . ?. THE GALAXY.-No 4 of this very handsome bl-mon th ly has reached us; full of good things, and certain ly tho most beautiful magszlne printed in America. WE AHB roquesto'l to call tho attention of all who wish to trythoir luck oavory haudsorno and heavily sllvor-platod oma uontol s?t to bo rntuod, and now to bo seen, utN. FEIIIIF.NIIACH'S, No. 6 Broad-street. WE un?lor?tand that W. Y. LEITCH, Esq., tho Sur veyor of tho Customs, ha? also forwarded his resigna tion. Ho lolt tho etty for Now York, on bUBinoss, the day on which his resignation was forwarded to tho Sec retary of tho Troasury, and heneo Its non-appearance in our columns, THE MIXXS HOUSE, BIUCO its first opening in onr city, has always enjoyed tho foremost rank among its inns and bostelritB. Or, in moro modorn parlance, it has always boen a fashionable hotel, where tho bon ton gets its bonne bouche. The arrang...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 13 June 1866

.AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE ? . AND SEED STORE, ISTo. 173 EAST BAY. LITTLE & MARSHALL, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AGB1 ODLTUHAL IMPLEMENTS of aR kinds : BAW AND ROLLER GINS, horse power, and GRIST '-'ILL- always on ban.'.. AW-S tor AtCHAMRAULTTS d'CKAli fNGIN-i.. ana INGKUSOLr*-- MK.-*"CryN * ' VICTOBIA HOTEL. F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor. THIS HOTEL l8 NOW OPEN ED ON THE EUROPE AN PLAN. It has been remodeUed and refurnished th rougbout. The travelling pu Wie, transient visitors, or Others, will dod in ii all tl.e luxuri?s ol a blRST-OLA88 E8TABLI8HMENT, combined with the comforts of home. The location is one oitbe most airy and pleasant for on minor. A Billiard Saloon for tbo lovers of this healthful exercise la attached. No paine or expense a pared to glvo ontiro satisfaction. . May 13 F. OPDEBEECK. SCRIVEN HOUSE THD3 FTRPT-CLA88 HOTEL HAVING BEEN RENO VATED and newly furnished, ia now open for the .reception of the travelling public. G. MCGINLEY, Proprietor. _i_ajrM _amo MARSHAL...

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. — 13 June 1866

MARLESTON DRIIQ IlOUSI?. JOHN ASHHUEST, Superintendent, IT01131IOK l? V OW Mo. ?9 II A YIV IO.S THICK'S, JUST RECEIVED AND NOW IN STORE, A FULL SUPPLY OF DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY BRUBHE8 PAINTS OILS WINDOW GLASS KEROSENE OIL, LAMPS, fte, WHOLBBALB AOKNTS FUR DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS Sterling's Ambrosia, CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP, CONSTITUTION WATER,! AND ALL THE RELLABLE PATENT MEDICINES O? THE DAY. JOSEPH A. MORGAN, WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, No. 153 MEETING-ST., OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL. February ?S CONSTITUTION WATER. THE A8TONI8HING 8UOOE88 WHICH HAS AT TENDED thia lnvaluablo medicine proves It the dost perfect remedy ever discovered. No languago can conroy an adequate Idea of- tbe Immediate and almost miraculous change which it occasions to tbo debilitated and shattered Bystom. In fact, it stands unrivalled as s remedy for .the perfect core of Diabetes, Impotenoy, LOBS of Muscular Energy, Fhyalcal Prostration, Indigestion, Non-retention or Inconsistency of Urine, Irritation...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 13 June 1866

BORDER'S CELEBRATED Condensed Milk. ??r 0A8E8, IN FINE OBDER. AND VERT SUPE _5t> RIOR. For ??le by ._ k, GhOEGE W. WILLIAM8 k CO., ? Jane 13 9 Warehouse, Ohuroh-s root. SAC?N SHOULDERS, OIL, &o. IO HHD8 CHOICE SHOULDERS, LANDING IO tibia. Lard Oil 35 coila Manilla Ropo. For ealo at low ratea, by WILLIAM ROAOH, Juno 13 1 Corner Adger'a Wharf and Eaat Bay. NAILS ! SPLENDID A880RTMENT NAIL8 FROM "TREDE OAR WORKS." Sd. to *0d.. for aale low whUat landing. P1NOKNEY UK OH., i ?Tono 13_3_North AUantlo Wharf. LIVERPOOL SALT. t\C\C\ SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, LANDING U \J \J from bhlp Amelia. For aale by JOHN HANOKEL, June l8_1_No. 48 East Bay. RICE. PRIME CAROLINA RICE, FOR BALE LOW, IN lota to ault purcheicre. PINOENEY BROB., Juno 13 2 North Atlantlo Wharf. FLOUR! FLOUR! C%r?{\ BARRELS EXTRA, SUPEH, AND FINE ?ji_t)U FLOUR. For sale by J. CAMP8EN k CO., No. 14 Market-street, oppos.to kilato street. Juno 13_3 FLOUR! FLOUR! Off f\ BARRELS OF FLOUR, EXTRA, 8UPEB AND *JjO\J FINE, jUBt receive...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 14 June 1866

/ . Cjrarlesiflti: t?o VOLUME II....N0. 228.1 CHARLESTON, S. O., THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1866. PRICE FIVE CENTS. BT TELEGRAPH. . ???, Congressional. WASHINGTON, June 19.-In the Senate, Mr. DOOLITTU: called up a resolution, offered by him yesterday, re questing tho President to communlcato to the 8enato any information in his possession relative to the denar turoof Austrian troops from Mexico. Ho said ho bad reason to believe that tho above would bring informa' tlon of a very tatlsfactt ry character. Ho WSB confident that Mexico was about being evacuated by the French troops. Tho resolution was adopted. Tbo Legislative Appropriation Bill was then consid aidexed. The Honse proceeded to the reconsideration of tho Constitutional amendment as reported from the Recon struction Committee, which heretofore passed tho Bouse and was returned by tho Senate. Tho points under dis cusaitn alluded to thobaBls of representation and the r?pudiation oltho Confcderato debt. BTEVKNB piopoaed, atd the House ...

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. — 14 June 1866

Tige Daily _^"ews. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 18GG. THE GERMAN WAR QUESTION. The m/n? ?ilt i? s Unit lient a. Coitfrrrsi Numil Chnnt-c of Prevent!IIK War. ?Shall -I his ported arlBo. During - IBU. i/iiriiix u: \i mu?', ?vu.? um nimu ?.?J ??na? i JJIO* diplomacy, which proceeds with such prudent Blown???? in the millet of the m???;( pressing peril?., linn it a means of appiMsIng fermentations ami international hate? Will it prove, t ii ?park from bong communicated to HOIIU? t traiu of poffdwr mid provoking n, geuorol conllngratioii ? Italy entire is up, quivering with impatlonco; tinned multitudes ?re lu presence of each other. Whose in tho powerfUl voleo that shall Bay to these ougry wave?, "Thus lar ?halt thou go, and no further!" Tho tlipiu -?tims tru y tute? matter?? far too easy, and the journal* which speak of tho hugill of diplomatic pro ceedings ?toe? not Benin to consider tho desperate mid Minmi?? Bltuatlon rat-tad on tho tlnnnccB of AttBtrla, Prussia ?ml Haly. Tlioio l.fiOO...

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. — 14 June 1866

The Daily JNTews. THURSDAY MONNING, JUNE 14, 18GG. COMMERCIAL The Clinileston Cotton Murk et. Tboro was a good demand for Cotton yosterday, and In somo cases an improvement of ono cout por lb. in prloo was obtained over the raten uf tho previous day. 8*106 near 8Cfl balen. Wo quote : Good Ordinary.32 <?) Low Middling.83 ?34 Middling.35 t?>36 Btriot Middling.38 @ August?. Market. AUGUSTA, Jnno 12 -COTTON-There is considerable inquiry for good cottons. Tho sale i.oticed in our woek ly review le ai? isolated ono, and will not serve as a cri terion. The market Is stiffening. Wo hear of n salo at 34 cents, strict middling. BoidorB aro not willing to - coll without an advance, based ou the late encouraging foroign nowa. , Goi_>- u tho ni oro 1 it; gold WOB dull at 135, but the nowB from New York reporting a rise, caused brokers to ABk this evening 141. 8KOUB1TIEB ore dull. Georgia Kailroad stock ?.'lill at ?Co. Mobile Market. MORILE, Juno 8.-COTTON-Tho market has boon light, and ...

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. — 14 June 1866

THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, G. R. CATHCART, EDITOR. CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. Mo, l8 HAYNE-STREET. TBRM^OASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY-TWELVE MONTH8.~~ ~~tl0.00 DAILY-SIX MONTHS.~..5.00 DAILY-VPZiBa MONTHS.~.?.?0 BINGLE COPIES.?cent? TO NEWS DEALERS.3 conti LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ?TTIIK IJIST O?r* I?BTTTKRB re miiiiiinK La. the IPostofrloe at trie end of eaoh -weeli: Is pnt>llsrie<a ofHoially In THK TIATTJY NEWS every Jjr*ri dny moi'iuii?. News Summary. Tho bills of tho State banka 0? Mnlae wiU bo rofusod by tho Naiional bants aftor thp 28th inst. It ia boUoved iu Washington that Congress will ad journ about tho 4th of July. A Aro at Chicago on Saturday destroyed properly to the amount of $176,000. Last week tho redemption division rodoemoil and canceled fractional currency amounting to $609.300. Mrs. NOAH, widowr of the lato Major NOAII, died in New York on Thursday, aged flity-six years. Prof. R. L. DABNEY'B "Lifo of ...

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. — 14 June 1866

The ?ailv ISTews. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, I860* LOCAL MATTERS. ... any SES SECOND AND THIRD PAQR3.-&S, * a ? VERY HOT DAY.-Tho thormomotor yesterday, on East Bay, in a comparatively cool spot, reached 92 de grees Fabrouhoit. BILLIARD ROOM.-Messrs. LORINO St TURNER'S Bil liard Hull continues to hold forth great inducements to the lovoreof tho gamo. 8ao now nlvjrtlsomon t. MILTONIAN TAIILKA?X -Wc aro authorized to say that tlio thanks of tho Hoard of OainralBBiouo rs of the Charleston Orphan Honan aro respectfully oflbrod to tho proprlotora of this Panorama, for the pleasant and In structivo entertainment gratuitously affordod to tho in mates of tint institution, yesterday aftoruoon. IT"SALE OF 8T,CKS AND BONDS-Mosars. J. 8. Rujas k Co. sold yesterday, at their Stock Exohango, the follow ing socuritios: $600 City Six Por Oint. Stock, payablo in 1808-$77. $1600 City Blx Per Cent. 8tock-$76?a. $1820 City Six Percent Stock-$76>i. $1000 City Six Pur Cent. 8took-$70>i. $2000 C...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 14 June 1866

N. York Advertisement? IMPORTANT TO FEMALES. DR. CH?BSMIAK'S PILLS! mUE COMBINATION OF INGREDIENTS IN Til ESK I PILLS Is the result of a long and extensive prac tice. They are mUd lo tholr operation, and cannot do harm to tho most delicate; certain In correcting all ir regularities, Painful Menstruation?, removing all ob struction*, whether from cold or otliorwlse, headache, pain In the eldo, palpitation of tho heart, whites, all nor. voua affections, hysterics, fatigue, pain in tho back and Umba, kc, disturbed sleep, which arise from Interrup tion of nature. DR. CHEESEMANS PILLS waa the commencement of a nsw ora lu the treat ment of Irregularities and obstructions willoh have consigned so many to a PBXMATUIUE o na vs. NO female can enjoy good health unless sho Is regular, and wheat ever an obstruction takes place the general health bogus to decline. TIICHO Pills lorm 'Me finest preparation daer putforward with IMMEDIATE and PERSISTENT 8?O ?JE88. I>0 3Sr?T BE DEOE1 VJhIID. Take t...

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. — 14 June 1866

HEALTH RESTORED, AND SICKNESS PBEVENTED BY USING THE OKLB BBtTBD GRAEFENBERG FAMILY MEDICINES. AMONO WHICH AUB MARSHALLS UTERINE CATHOLICON, Prlco $1.50, Which will infallibly, positively, invariably cure all thoflo torturing, perplexing, aud debilitating symptom? Donimonly known as FEMALE DISEASE, WEAKNESS, IRREGULARITIES, otc, which weary and render ne happy so m my women between tho ages of 16 and 60, for which the medical profcsulon seeks In vain fors remedy, and from which wealth, position, dolicacy, and refinement afford no exemption. Bead the following : LAFAYETTE, Hy., June 31, 1H00. I am a graduato of tho regular Medica? Colleges. Eight een months ago 1 had seven casca of sovero female au esso which 1 had entirely failed to cure. Ono lady had constant hysterics; one had ovory sympton of epileptic convulsions consequent npon dorangod menstruation; others had will ten, tailing, Irregularities, and all the se vere sympt?me of continued uterine derangement, Having my attention ...

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. — 14 June 1866

20 COFFEE! COFFEE! 8ACK8 PRIME RIO. TO BE BOLD LOW THI8 DAY, to cloao conslittiiiieiit. FOLL?N k MATTHIE88EN, Commercial Brokera, June 14 1 No. 12 Morkot-Btrcet. LIQUORS! LIQUORS! A f\ BBL8. 11E0TIFIK1) WHISKEY 4:U 36 bble. Gibson's X, XX, XXX WUUkoy 16 bble. Uno llourbon Wliiskoy 20 bali bblB. Wallaco's Whlekoy 15 baskets Champagne, varions branda 40 caaes Port, Sherry and Madeira Wlnoe 30 cases Brandy, G1D, and Bourbon Whiskey 40.000 Segara, various grados. In Btoro and for salo cheap, by JAMES CANTWELL & CO., No. 114 East Bay, corner Fraser'?. Wharf. June 14 1 BACON! BACON! _ Bbta. SteS,} AU "trlcHy cholco and Prlm6* For Bale by ' B. W. GALE & 00., Juno 14 1 Noa. 45 and 48 Wentworth-st. H SIDES AND SHOULDERS. rJC) HHDS. 0HOI0E 8IDE8 AND SHOULDERS, NOW I ?_2 landing from schooner Floronco Rogers, and for salo by T. M. OATER, Juno 14_2_ Brown's Wharf. BOTTLES! BOTTLES! ?mj-\ HAMPERS BOTTLE8-IN STORE AND FOR 4U\J solo choapby JAME8 CANTWELL k OO., June 14_1_No. 114 EaatBay. ...

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. — 14 June 1866

CB A R T. FSTON DAILY NEWS....JOTE 14,1?BB. _-- Tl . _ -1 -mr The Daily News. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1866. '(JOMMKWHAl, The Charleston Colton Market. I ? There was a good demand for Cotton yesterday, and in some cases an improvement of one cent per lb. in price was obtaii td over the rateB of tLe previous day. ?ales near 88? bs les. We quote : '? GoodGrdinary.32 @ Low Middling.33 @34 Middling.35 036 . Striot Middling.38 @- j Augusta Market )*. AUGUSTA, June 12 -COTTON-There is considerable i nquiry for good cottons. Thesalei ot'ced in our week? ly review is an isolated one, and will not serve as a cri? terion. The isaiu-ktt is stiffening. We hear of a sale at 84 cents, strict middling, Holders are not willing to j < - sell without an advance, based on the late encouraging " foreign news. 1 ? GOLD-In the morning gold was dull at 135, but the . ? news from New Yoi k.reporting a ri se, caused brokers to ask this evening Ul. SxcuniTiES aro dull. Georgia Railroad stock dull at " ?...

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. — 14 June 1866

THE . CHARLESTON BAILY NEWS, G. fi. CATHCART, EDITOR, CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS, Mo. 18 HAYNE-STREET. TBit:\a:s-o-A.sia: SUBSOBEPTION. DAILY-TWELVE MONTHS. DAILY-SIX MONTHS. PAIL?-TP'iEE MONTHS.. BINOLE COPIES. XO ?BWS DEALERS. "910.00 "..5.00 ......50 5 cents .3 cents LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. 4W TUS LIST OW LETTERS re maining in th e IPostoffioe at tho end pf each -week is published! officially jin T?EE OATXTST NEWS everyFri day morning. News Summary. The bills of the State banks of Maine will be refused by the National banks after the 28th inst It ls believed in Washington that Congress will ad . j oura about the 1th of July. A fire at Chicago on Saturday destroyed property to the amount of $175,000. Last week the redemption division redeemed and canceled fractional currenoy amounting to $509.300. Mrs.' NOAH, widonfeof the late Majo:r NOAH, died in New Tork on Thursday, aged fifty-six yaars. Pr?t R. li, DABNEY'S "Life of...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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