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

VOLUME II....N0. 333.1 CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1866. PRICE FIVE O&WT?k -___-__^-?zm BT TELEGRAPH. 1 atar from Europe. Nsw YOBK, Jane 18.-The steamship Peruvian, from Liverpool on the 7th, and Londonderry on the 8th, has .nivel at Father Point. Sale? of Cotton at Liverpool for the week 71,000 bales; market declining >?d. to %? on the week. Bales on Friday 16,000 bales, market closing buoyant, with an advance of jtfd. to y2A., caused by advices per Java. Breadstuff's firm. Provisions quie t and steady. In London, on tho 8th, Consols closed at 86@83>i for money; 5.20's, 64@64&; Illinois Central, 76@76>?; Brie, 40@41. Bullion in the Bank of England had uv creased ?1,400,000. Prussian troops entered Ho Istein on the 7th. Aus? trian troops were concentrating at Altona, where a col? lision was expected. These movements are regarded | as a virtual commencement of war. Sit; STILL LATEE. HALIFAX, June ia-The steamship China has arrived ! fiera from' Liverpool, wi...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 June 1866

The Daily lE^e^ffB. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1868. REMARKABLE SPEECH IS THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. . MB. HABRIS, OF MARYLAND, DEFENDS THE BIGHT OF SECESSION AND JUSTIFIES THE SOOTH. HE THINKS THE SOUTHEKN STATES SOT OUT OP,THE UNION AND j ' ABE STILL OUT.-ANBY JOHNSON NOT A LAWFUL PBE8IDE?T, AC, AO. WASHINGTON. Thursday, June 14 -The morning hour having expired, ' , , , , , _ The Speaker announced that the specia' order for to? day was the consideration Of theUmiwretefore reported from the Joint (Jomnilttei on Reconstruction, entitled .'AMII to restore to the States Uteiy in insurrection their '^^arrisfof'Maryland. Mr. Speaker, having been UD to this period of the session a silent member from choice, I deem it my duty n;< w to declare my views upon Borne of the political questions whioh are presented for the consideration of ihli II use and the country. I should oonsiderit a most ignoble a;t to win the support or endorsement of any man by the least concealment or deception. -...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 June 1866

The Daily News. .TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1866. [FOB THE DAILY NEWS.] " Our Percy." BY MBS. 0. A. BALL. Far from the one who loved him boat, Whose eyes are dimmed with weeping, With a fearful wound in his youthful breast, . "Our Percy" is calmly sleeping. Swiftly and sure the death shaft sped; And his slumber sholl Know no waking, 'Till the trump, whioh to life raoalls the dead, The trembling earth is shaking. Alone he lies in Magnolia's p hade, With no marble to tell his story, And few know the spot where our boy is laid, Who "died on the held of glory." Yet even his isolated grave Shall be dressed with wreath and flower, And our own Palmetto shall o'er bim wave, With the rose of the garden bower. For noble woman, tender and true, Will seek through the silent city, And the bed of eaoh hero with garlands strew, And drop o'er it the tear of pity. While the mother mourns in her distant home, With a grief that knows no measure, <Jent'c feet to his renting place will come, Loving ha...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 June 1866

THE CHARLESTON DULY NBWS, G. B. CATHCART, JBDITO*. CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. ><o. 18 HAYNE-STREET. :T_3It CASH. STTBSOBI'PTION. ?1AILY-TW? LVB MONTHS.$10.00 BAILY-?IX aiONTHS.8.00 DAILY-TPUtiE MONTHS.a.BO SINGLE COPIES.8 cent* TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATS. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY, XS" AU communications intended for publication in this journal must be addressed to the Editor of the Daily News, No. 18 Bayne-sireet, Charleston, 8. G. Business Communications to Publisher of Baily News. We oannot undertake to return rejeoted communica? tions. Advertisements outside of the etty must be accompa? nied with the cash. CHARLESTON. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 19,18G6. . ?-THB MST OW LTGTTKRS re mainina in the Postoflfloe at the end ot eaoh weeli ia published officially in THE PATTJY every EVI day morning. News Summary. A new Word has been invented afl an attache to Judge UNDERWOOD'S charge, viz: juriBimprudenoe. The population of New Jerse...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 June 1866

The Dailv IsTews, TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 19, 1866. LOCAL MATTERS. 09? SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES, f? A O E 1ST T S The following are the Agents for this paper: W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Collect? ing Agent Rev. COLIN MURCHISON, Oeneral Traveling a:ad Collecting Agent TOWNSEND & NORTH, Booksellers and Statione Columbia, S. 0. Gol. J. J. BYAN, Barnwell, S. C. P. M. TRIMMIER, Spartan Office, Spartanburg, 8. J. T. DUBOIS, Marlon. 0. 8. HARBY, Sandy Ford P. O., Madison co., Fla. PATRICK & HUVEY, Macon, Georgia, R. A. MCKNIGHT, umonvuie. X Y. H. WILLIAMS. Clinton. 8. 0. J. B. ALLEN. Chester 0. H., 8.0. JOSEPH H. SEARS, "New South," Hilton Head. W. S. LANCE, Grahamville P. O., Beaufort, S. 0. B. F. BBADFOBD, Walterboro', S, 0. H. L. DABS, Sumter, S. 0. THAD. 0. ANDREWS, Orangeburg, S. 0. J, T. HERSHMAN, "Journal office," Camden, S. C. J. M. BROWN, "Southerner office," Darlington, S. 0 M. M. QUINN & BRO., Augusta, /. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga. ISAAC DA VEGA, Agent in Ne...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 June 1866

H. York Advertisements, CABHARfTWHlTFORD & CO., MANUFACTURERS AND Wholesale Dealers in BEADY-MADE CLOTHING, AMER! CAN EXPRESS BUILDING, Noa. 55, 57, 59 and 61 Hudson, near Dntinc-strcet, New York. T.T. CARHAM1. I HENRY SHANER. W.H. WHITFCRD. I J. B. VAN WAGBNEN. A. T. HAMILTON. Office of PA?AN & GABHABT in liquidation. Jone mwfCmo FEIGES REDUCED! PRINTING MATERIALS. NEW YORK TYPE FOUNDRY, (ESTABLISHED 1823.) JOTO. 88 BEIHSlVLAJ^-Srr?lEBa:. OrERS ARE INVITED TO CALL ON THE BUB BIB ER, where they can be supplied with ever;) FEINTING TYPES, made from unrivalled hard ' " ", and nniehed In the most accurate manner, wltl ?BS and every article they require, at the LOWES?. u? for cash or approved paper. ELECTROTYPING AND STEREOTYPING. Bsoond-hand Presses and materials bought and Cyna Cqpperfaced to order by the Newton Com ftata assorted with accents for Spanish, Frenoh Portuguese. . OM Type taken in exchange tor New at 16c. per poa no H^emoer - wtm lvr P. 0. CORT ELVO 0 N J. B. SCEE...

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

CLOSING OUT SALE OP THE LONDON WATCH CO. OWING TO THE FAILURE AND SUDDEN CLOS? ING of the wor?s and business of the LONDON WATCH COMPANY, A large number of fine WATCHES, manufactured espe? cially for til e United States, being heavv, first-class time? keepers, intended to stand hard usage and sudden changes of temperature, are left lu our hands for imme? diate gale. As agents of the Company, we are obliged to dispose of this stock tor cash iu the shortest poBsible time. We have, thoref re, decided on the plan annexed as the one that will no productive of the desired result. Thia plan gives every ono au opportunity of obtaining first-class time-keepers at a prico that all can command. As ' every certificate represents a Watch, there are no blanks, and every one wno invests in this sale MUST get a M atoh at halt the retail price at le st, and if at all fortunate, o? e to wear with prid? through life. Remittances may be made at our risk in registered letters or by express, or postoftlc...

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. — 19 June 1866

The D?ily New? TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1866. BY YESTERDAY'S MAIL. WABHINGION, June 15.-The Rousseau-Srinnell a lise atti acted cooBideiable attention here, especi among the BadicalB, who are endeavoring to ma little political capital out of it. Grinnell was in his before the Bi use met this morning, apparently as and uninjured BB ever. General Rousseau entered Ball while the Clerk was reading Mr. Spalding's res tion, authorizing the appoiumentof a select comm! of five n-emhere to inquire into the particular? of cam'ttpof the gentl;m?u from Iowa iGrinnell). The tinguif-h'd Kenturkian t a;d no attention to lt, an parsed unanimously. The Speaker appointed Mes Spalding Raymond, Banks, Hogan and Moorhead as said committee. Mr. Moorhead, at his own requ was subsequently excused from serving. There ls sc talk among the friends of CirinneU of expelling Rc sean.. It is not Imt robable that a resolution for his pulsion will be reported from the committee. MIHO..?TT BEPOBT ON BBC0N6TBUCTION....

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

VOI^lVt? II? No. " i i ii A j_. ^.? -^ ''^ = m -^^^^^ j| ^ -s-'OHA^^^ v ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^yo? ^nsl ,dj,ourn' .-.^fe*:i$^o?at?! per sound ob cotton. " ^ ?IL* House riff Med to concur in .the Senate's amend *^P^^ewt?^?garttf exnffisraWll. A oommittee of con nttoenoe m^E^^^potote^^^rtaJn the oause of tbe E^^S?^iL '.. Burning of ? Church. . >^.f|?j?w Yoi&.JjojQe 30. -The Catholic Ohuich, at Little ? ^j^^.tflj^^^^^^^^^^^^^ afternoon. LOBS i W^^??^^upe a?-? priE9^:flght took place this moffl.?Byai^jlB^ts^WHH^tol? side of tbe Potomac, Between 8AJdaBnJ0plT|B^f Baltimoro, and BUKNKY AABONS, of Kew York. 'Forty-seven rounds were fought ;-. ';?;.' And boto part?as were'seriously injured, AAaoHsbning ^ ^aefeakd. . TTpon their return to thia city they with \ ^to?Ha^?pacenaed( w.ere arrested, and will bo held fd a 2 . .;--^*??(iM^H^g^^^fe>^,OTornor of Virginia. .. :*'^^?^SjK^ir Yo:;fc.Market. W* ?kw" YS^jfj&o 20.-Oo'tt?h< duU. Sales 4000 bale-i -thuding, by auction), at 89@i0o. F...

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

The Daily News, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1866. METHODIST CHURCH IV COURT. ARGUMENT FOB THE DEFENDANT, BY COLONEL C. H. StMONTON. May it please the Court:-I cannot deny that I approach the present discussion of this case with the greatest , reluctance. The questions involved present points of ] law of such intricacy, require the investigation ot prin- < ciplesof such importance iud carry with them inter- ] esta of such magnitude, that they demand a court of < ample jurisdiction in which full opportunity wou'd be ( afforded for cloBe Investigation, elaborate argument, j and careful decision The matters now in controver- ( .' ay have been debated by the first minds of the nation, ] and have been dtcided in our highest courts. Such c oourts still exist, whioh, so far from offering any inipe- i diment, aff ird an opportunity l'or a fair and impartial 0 examination of this caso. In such an examination the c lights of every party in interest could be adjudicated, t and a final deci...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 21 June 1866

Tfee J>aily ISTews. T?^RSD?Y MORNING, JUNE 21, 1866. , The Old Feeling at Work. * f[From the M. O^feiceni.] The subjoined letter was written by a negro boy, a good mecbafno, once the alare of JOHN ANDBEWS, Esq., 8 sugar planter of Iberville pariah. It shows the state Of feeling which exists on the part bf sensible freedmen towards their former masters, their attachment to horde, their appreciation of the comforts they onoe enjoyed and the promotion* they experienced. If left to the guidance of their own sentiments freedmen would in ,m?Bt cases return to their homes and resume their for : habits, to enjoy the benefit of the advice anfrfclend dp of their old masters: - ^ R GALVESTON, May 81, 1868^: t 3HH ANDBEWS, Esq., Bayou Goula, IbOrviB? pa' La : . ';'V : * ..,-iJt ?-. y Rispteted Old Matter: I address your thus for the m that it is respectful, and because you' were, aver to me, as well as all those who. were your ^former s. Freedom haa its advantages and disadvantages, ' le we ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 21 June 1866

CHARLESTON BAILY NEWS, G. R. CATHCART, EDITOR. CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS, No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY-TWELVE MONTHS.^..?iO.OO ?AILY-SIX MONTHS.6M0 DAILY ?:H;<ICE MONTHS.......50 BINOLE COPIES.cent? TO NEWS DEALERS. .3 cents EARNEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. esr THE Hi IST Oin XYfflXTJfflRS re maining in tho FostofHoe at the end j of each weeli is published officially In THE DAILY NEWS every Fri? day morning._ News Summary. Mr. V?itST?TOH, who was badly beaten by two ne? groes in Savannah, a few days ago, died Saturday morn Sngt ?;" A s, Jaw. DAvif, a few days ago, on being applied to by a photographist, declined to allow his ploture tp be taken, because he had changed so that his old friends would j not know hun. ?'? On the night of the 7th, the Brauch Bank of tho State at Springfield, Mo., was broken into by some bold and expert burglars, and robbed of $10,090, whlchwas in the safe. San Francisco is going to be sup...

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. — 21 June 1866

The Dailv News. THURSDAY MOBKLNG, JUNE 21, 1866. LOCAL MATTERS. - m- SEE SECOND AND THIBD PAGES. "Wt ELECTION FOB ALDERMEN.-The election for three Aldermen, according to previous announce rent, came off yesterday, and all passed off quietly. We are in? debted to the Chairman of the Board of Managers of Elections for the following returns : * WAROS. No. 1. Dr. W. T. Wragg. David Brigps..... No. 2. S. G. Courtenay... C. 0. Trumbo No. 4. John F. O'Neill..., N. M. Gilbreth... 6|25| 1 44110 2| 2 262 113 282 112 881 " 50 The names In italics are elected. F UN EBAL SEBVIOE FOB ?H?? CONFEDEBATE DEAD.-TO morrow, at 9 o'clock, there'will be a 'solemn Requiem Mass at St Paul's Cath??^Chtftah,. Sj'ofety^?et Jor the Confederate dead. A COTOC?^^T^'^BMJp'^on the occasion for the Benefit of thoorpaans' . METHODIST CHURCH nt Conni.- The able argument of ObL CHAS. H. SIMONION, the distinguished counsel for the defen oe, will be found on'onr second page. It was our intention and desire to publish the ...

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. — 21 June 1866

Kv York Advertisements. CARDAI!i. WHITFORD & MAINUFACTURERS AND Wholesale Dealers in BEADY-MADE CLOTHING, AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, Noa. 55, 5?, 59 and 61 Hudson, near Duane-street, New York. at*. 0 ABB ABT. I HIKEY SHANES. W. H. WHITFORD. I J. B. VAN WAGENEN. *;* A. T. HAMILTON. j Office of PAYAN & OARHABT in liquidation. June _ mwfBmo ~~ PEICES REDUCED ! PRINTING MATERIALS. r NEW YORK TYPE FOUNDRY, ' (ESTABLISHED 1823.) CTO. SS BEEKMAN-STKEBT. T)BJS TEES ABE INVITED TO GALL ON THE SUB X SCRIBER, where they can be supplied with every tyle of PRINTING TYPES, made from unrivalled hard ?urtal, and finished in the most accurate manner, with PRESSES and every artiole they require, at the LOWEST PRICE for cash or approved paper. ELECTROTYPING AND STEREOTYPING. Second-hand Presses and materials bought and Type Oopperfaced to order by the Newton Oom Boote assorted with accents for Spanish, French ?Portuguese. <*Dld Type taken In exchange for New at 16o. per pound Hovero oer- wl...

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. — 21 June 1866

CLOSING OUT SALE OP THE LONDON WATCH CO. OWING TO THE FAILURE AND BUDDEN CLOS? ING of the worn and business of the LONDON WATCH COMPANY, A large number of fine WATCHES, manufactured espe? cially for tho United States, being heavv, first-class time? keepers, intended to stand bard usage and sudden ohanges of temperature, are left in our hands for imme? diate sale. As agents of the Company, wo are obliged to dispose of this ?tock tor cash in the shortest possible time. We have, theref re, decided on the plan annexed a? the one that will ne productive of the desired result. This plan giros every one au opportunity of obtaining first-class time-keepers at a price that all can command. As every certificate represents a Watch, there are no blanks, and every one wtio invests in this sale MUST get a vi atoh st halt the retail price at lenst, and if at all fortunate, o e to wear with pMde through lift'. Remittances may be made at our risk in register fd letters or by express, or-.postofflca ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 21 June 1866

The Daily News. IHURSDAY M011NING, JUNE 21, 1866. BY YESTERDAY'S MAIL. FOREIGN. *fSTX MILITARY PREPARATIONS FOB THE GBEAT STRUGGLE. AB Imperial decree has been issued, suspending for tot pr?sent, on account of dangers menacing the south? on pm ts of the empire, the laws for the protection of jjwnenal liberty and inviolability In Venetia, the Istrian ttnteard, Gorzaud Gradisca, Southern Tyrol and Dal aaatn. An order had also been issued, empowering the Csa? ral commanding the Army of the North, to suspend, Ja the case of necessity, the above laws in all fortified jfk* ts under his command, including their environs, .QM) also in some other districts. He is furthermore OBrpowered to establish military courts for the trial of etvi&srjB ror certain offences hitherto punisnable by the .r?inary penal code, and in certain contingencies to jsot?aim martial law. According to the Austrian Military Gazette, tho Awetrian army now amounts to 800,000 men. The army of opt rations will connist o...

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

Cbwrlegtow VV/V-v \j VOLUME II....N0. 334.1 CHARLESTON, S. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 31, 1866. PRICE FIVE CENTS. BY TELEGRAPH. __-?o. Secretary of ?Le Treasury on the Collection of the Direct Tax. WABIUNOTOW, Juno 20.-The Secretary of the Treasu ry, in a communication to tho Honso of Boprosenta tlvce, expresses an opinion, basod upon his observa tion of tho operation of tho law of 1861, that an addi tional enactment authoilzlng the assumption, by the Southern Stuten respectively, of tho remainder of tin Direct Tax duo from each, would, In vlow of tho pro eent impoverished condition of their people, prevent much hardship in individual casca, and savo from con fiscation the property of many persona, against whom tho Government has no cause of complaint, whllo no public Interest would bo injuriously affected by the Change. He states that, should this policy be adopted, tho collection of taxes under tho presont system might and ought to be dlBcontlLued until an opportunity for assumption 1B aff...

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

The Daily IN"ews. TUUR8DAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 18CG. HI 101 lill DI NT CHURCH IN COURT, JIUGUMENT FOIl THK DEFENDANT, HY COLONEI, O, U. KIMONTON. May it please the Court:-1 cannot deny that I approach the prosent discussion of thiB t*-iso with tho greatest reluctuuco. The qu. stions luvolv?*d present poluta ol -law ot auch Intricacy, ro'juire the investigation ot prin ciples of HIU.1I impurtauco ami carry with them inter ests of BUCH magnitude, that Hi- y dointiuil a court of ample jurisdiction in -?.hich full opportunity wou'd bo afforded tor close invcstlKStlou, elaborate arguaient, and caroful ?Ixui8l<>n Tbo ruaitora now lu controver sy have buen tlubat?-?l by tbo llrsl minds of the nation, mid have In-tin ?lidded lu our highest courts. Much courts still exist, which, ??o lar from offerlui? any Impe diment, aff ?rd au opportunity lor a fair and Impartial ?xanimottuu of tula caso. In Bitch on examination tho rights of every party In interest could bo adjudicated, aud a final d...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 21 June 1866

The Daily __>TewS TET??SDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 18GG. The OUI Keeling at Work. f_Vo? the N. 0. Cretcont.) Tbosubjointd loUer WOB written bj a negro boy, a good mechanic onco tbo ?UTO of JOHN ANOBEWS, Esq., . sugar planter of lbervillo ptrlsli. It shows the state Of feeling which oxlsts on tbo .art of senslblo froodaiou towards tbelr lormer masters, their sttacbment to home, the.tr appreciation of tbo comforls thoy 01100 enjoyed and tke protection they exporlonced. Ii loft to the ? guidance of tbi Ir own sentiments froedmen wonld In most cases return to their homes and resume tbelr for m ?r bsblts, to enjoy the benefit of the advice and friend ship of tbelr old masters: OALY-8TOX, Ma. 81, 1860. jon AJTO-KWB, _?_, Bayou Qoula, Iborvlllo parish. La : My Retpected Old Master: I address yon thus lor the reason that It is -csprcttul, and because you were ever kind to mo, as woll ss all thoso who wero your former ?lares. Freedom hsB Ita advantages and disadvantages, and wbllo we would not...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 21 June 1866

THE .M-LBSTO- DAILY N_WS, Q. R. CATHCART, J_DITO_. ^ CATII*-ART, JIcraLLAN & MORTON, PBOPBIETOBS. No. l8 HAYNE-STREET. !_r__i-_!_s-o_^.s_-_. SUBSCRIPTION. _J_.ILY-TWI_VE MONTHS.910.00 DAILY-<iIX _f____B.?.00 DAILY-_?-??__ M0NTH8.?.50 ______ COPEES.5 cents TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cr nts iiAR(JEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ??THE LIST OIT LT-TTTE-I-S re miiining in trie _?ostof_oe at the end o? eao_ week is _? _blis_io_l oil!oiiilly lii THK UAH.Y NE-WS every ___ day morninjr. JN"ews Summary. Mr. V__TiTCn, who was badly beaton by two ne groeB In Savannah, a few days ago, died Saturday morn ing. JEFF. DAVIS, a few days ago, on bolng applied to by a photographist, docllnod to allow his ploturo to bo taken, M-kir_t ho had changod so that his old friends would not know him. On tho night o? the 7th, tho Branch Bauk of tho Stato at Springfield, Mc, was brokon into by some bold and expert burglars, and robbodof #10,0 '0, which was lu tho sale. San Francisco Is...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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