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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 June 1866

VOLUME II....N0. 337.1 CHARLESTON, S. C MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1868. ? PRICE FIVE OBNTS. ? -:-:-a-i---!_-1_:_- ? ? _ _'_._.... ? .,_ i ?_?_ ' _ .??? BY TELEGRAPH. Important from France. WASHINGTON, June 24.-A letter from a distinguished source in Paris communicates the (subjoined to the Mexican Legation: "The steamer which is about to leave St. Mezalra for Mexico will caary, I am assured, an autograph letter from NAPOLEON to MAKMXLIAN, Which demande that the Mexican custom houses shall be placed under French administration an a guarantee for the l?^tcan loan converted into three per cents; and in defauij^f the acceptance of this proposition by the Mexican Government, our troops will be immediately recalled. On the contrary, if an arrangement in effected, t?e terins announced for the withdrawal of the French troops will be maintained." The Canadian Parliament. OTTAWA, (Can.), Jone 28.-In the Canadian Parliament Ur. GALL moved for an indemnification from the Gov? ernment of the United State...

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. — 25 June 1866

The Pailvjggwg! Legend of the Shell. within the mottled nyriin shell W??o rustling SOB'S s-ft echoes ring ?Bwitohiii g tones, w hose gentle swell, Likei sighing waves, they hweetly sing. Tradition weaves in softest tints The legend of the bright Bea shelis; With sunset hu*s their beauty prints, And ohimeB their sacred golden bells, When to the eager, listening ear, Ihe-sybil shell is tfenjly prest, Its mysUo whispers, tell,, tore'iv , . Tte mother ocean te riijje or rest. . To lovers' hearts lt tell '-'nfar . ',... , IChe garnered lovo bid iu its cells; ( MI . . ? And, laughing like a twinkling star, ,.> 'i ?? Its lovely lips its secr^ t tolls. , x, ,. . ? ? .nins, to my trusting heart, .?fcing J '.!' A voiceless song, w .oao genaeusigha The zephyr beare on moonlit whigs, , r And to thee with my <eoret flies. Hecvastx-ojotloii-Til? Ke.poi-toftne Minority Kelatlons of.tile ?l^les TJnelUMigetlir Wr ?py tie following attract of ??this voluminous document from the Washington Natio...

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. — 25 June 1866

THE AND DISINFECTANT. MANUFACTURED BY THE BALTIMORE COMPANY, FORBES ?Ss CO., BALTIMORE, MD. IT is UNEXCELLED'INIPDRIFYING ?NDSWEETE? ING the atmosphere in SICK ROOMS* HOSPITALS, VESSELS, 3IMK8, CESSPOOLS, PRIVIES, iso., Ac. O W, A lib?ral dlso?nnt allowed to tho trade." Your attenlion is respect'uUy requeBtod to the follow? ing testimonials : BALTIMOBE, Feb. 8th, 1866. . For an efficient and reliable Deodorizer and Disin? fectant always ready for use, and not liable to any change, equally valuable in the sick room, and in the foul ?ink, it has in my opinion no equal. - -n ' [j ? , WILLIAM E. A* AIKIN, . . Professor of Ohomistry University of Maryland. Dr. W. 0, VAN BIBBER, who unade the report upon "DislnrootantB" to the National Sanitary and Quarantine Convention oQ8&9, ?ye of this (?tiole: i ?? ! J j "It is the beet deqdoipnibf whloh I have any1 knowl? edge.- - let; It "evidently answers the purpose. 2d. It is odorless itself. 3d. It is easily kept and managed. 4th. It ls con?...

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. — 25 June 1866

15 The Daily ?Kf?ws. MONDAY MORNING, T0NE 25, 1866. 'Court of ?General Sessions and Common \ Pl?ag. The Oouii'Tflgt BtlOl^^j., pursuant to adjournment. 'The first and onlyjwjse before the Court was tbe State vf. JAB CLEAB, JS?" STANTON and JNO. JENKINS, Burglary .andi arcenff The following Jury was empannelled : .g. J, MACWOOD, Foreman; JAB. KENNY, JAB. DOTHAOE, *3va>) OBUBEB, J. 0. COMHTNOS, M. DOWD, A. KANOOKE, *09AB. MCALISTER, J. 0. METZ, P. M. MANLY, F. NIPSON, "fc. FLYNN. The indictment was read by the Clerk, Chuging the prisoners with breaking into the house of Mr. SPENCES T. HART, NO. 69 Broad-street, and carry? ing from thence a number of watches, jewelry, Ac. The Attorney-General briefly defined the crimes of burglary mild larceny, and directed the attention of the jury to the subject. Mr. Spencer T. Hart, sworn-Deposed : That he is a watch repairer; resides at No. 69 Broad.sireet. His es? tablishment was iu the first story. About the 11th of Apt il early in the morning...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 June 1866

./ / ?J y harUstoii VOLUME II....N0. 337.1 CHARLESTON. S. O., MONDAY, JUNE 35, 1866. PRICE FIVE CENTS. BY TELEGRAPH. Important from France. WASHINGTON, Juno -l. - -A lettor from a dlatlugulshod ?Booroo In P&rlB communicates the subjoined to the Mexican Legation: "Tho stonra- whloh is about to leave St. Mezairo for Mexico will coary, I am assurod, an autograph lettor from NAPOLEON to MAX_I_IAN, Which dimanas that tho M ox levin custom lionnes shall be placed under French administration as a guarantee for the Mexican loan converted Into tbreo per cents; and In default of tho accoptanco of this proposition by the Mexican Oovornmont, our troops will bo Immediately recalled. On tho contrary, If r.u arrangement u effected, the terms announced for the withdrawal of tho French troops will bo maintained." The Canadian Parliament. OTTAWA, (Can ), Juno 23.-In tho Canadian Parliament 'Mr. GAM. moved lor an indemnl?cailon from the Gov ernment of the United Slatoa for tho expenses Incurred du...

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. — 25 June 1866

The Daily INews. MONDAY MORNING, TONE 25, 18C6. Legend of the Hln-11. Within the mottled syrlau shell Tho rustling sea's B<- ocboes ring Bowltchli g tones, whoso gent?o swoli, Uko elghlug waves, they sweetly sing. Tradition weaves in softest lints Tho legend of tho bright sea shells; With sunset hues tbolr beauty prlDts, And diluios their sacred golden bells. Whon to tho engor. llstenlng ear, Tbo sybil aholl is goutly prest, Its nij-Btio whlBpors toll, foro'r, Its mother ocean's rogo or rust. To lovers' hearts It tolls afar Tbo garnarod love hld iu its cells; And, laughing Uko a twinkling star, Its lovely lips its secret tolls. Thus, in my trusting heart, I sing A voiceless song, wboso gent?o sighs Tho zephyr bears on moonlit wings, And to thoo with my sccrot flies. lloiiiuHtnuHoii The Report of the Minority -Relations of tlic Bttatcs Unchanged. We copy tho foUowing abstract of this voluminous document from tbo Washington National Republican, a paper belonging to tho "other side:...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 June 1866

The Daily __STews, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 25, 18C0. COMMERCIAL. Exporta. NEW YOEK-Per steamship Quakor City-415 boxei and bbls Vegetables, 61 boxen. Peaches, 67 pkgs ant] 807 boxes Sugar, 2 tiorcoB Itlco, 68 empty bbla an? carboys, 111 hales Upland and 1 bag Sea Island Cot ton, 60 bales Domosticn, 188 bars Iron, 38 o bains, 2( Smith's Bellows, and 4 noreen.Per sehr Jona* Sniltb-106 baloa Upland and 1 halo Boa Inland Cot ton, 396 bbls Rosin, 240 bbls Spirits Turpentine, 21 hbla Iloain Oil, 118 bbla Ale, 183 empty Bbls, 0 bxi Staves, 16 pkgs Mdzo, 6 roll? leather, 2 cases 8adlo ry, 9 bags Coffuo. 30 hhds Clay, 160 bx? Pipes 3" bundles Hags, li crates old Kopo, 20 tons old ila ohinory, 208 canoa and casks Hardware, 6 cases Dod dlng&c, 100 bundies Shovels. 100 tons larro Gun. and Ordnanco Storos, 10 bundles Wiro, 22 bundle! Spatles, 137 ?as Pipos, 3 Hellowi. 1 Boring Machine. The < lim li sion Cotton Market O:? Saturday tho cotton market was ?pilot, both bnjer aud seller awaiting l...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 June 1866

THE CHARLESTON BAILY NEWS, Q. R. CATHCART; EDHOR. CATHCART, McMILIiAJi & MORTON, PUOPK?ETOB8. No IS HAYNE-STREET. )*rB_ft.-vd:s-o_fvs_a:_ SPIWOIUPTION. DAILY -TW? LVE A \TH8.?.-flO.OO DAILY-SIX PVNTHH."..5.00 DAIL? r? ? K Vf<?NTH8.?.?0 BINGLE COPIES.5 cents XONHWR DKALEHH .Scents IAR0KST CU?:I)LATIOS Di TUE STATE. LAROEST CIKCULATION Di THE CITY. ?.THK IJISX OU1 I___a?XEI-?3 re m i wini n ? in t he J?osto_fi.oe ot t?ta.e end of euch w?el* ia p\_t>liBfcie<il offioiully In XH?C DAILY NEWS everyFri dar mornlrut. IM *3 w? Summary. Colonel CONDON, of New Orleans, " Inspector-Ooneral of the Fonlan Army," Is now in Toxas, organizing troops for the grand Erin army. A wedding took place in Whosling on Monday, tho brido of tbo occasion bolng sixty years of age and the bridegroom fifty-Ave. Governor PATTON, of Alabama, has left for the West. He will visit St. Louis, Cincinnati and Chicago, to pur chase corn for the poor of Alabama. So largo havo boon tho ahlpmonts ol cotton b y on...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 June 1866

Tile Daily News? MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 26, 1800. LOCAL MATTERS. ???a. SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -*?n\ TUE pto-iiimhip Moneka, Oapt. MARHUMAN, from New York, arrived hero last ovontng with her accustomed punctuality. Wo aro indobtod to Puraor CMISOLM for his attentions. "Ilion FnEionTs."-Wo call attention to tho comm u nlcation on Ibis suujoct In auothor column of to-day's NEWS. Wo hopo tho officers of the road iu question will give tho matter their serious consideration, and soon givo us a moro reasonable tariff. THE steamship E. C. Knight, Oapt. HOLLINS, arrived hero yesterday from Baltimore, consigned to Mosers. WILLIS k CUIHOLM. She has on board a full cargo, nor Comm niilor ia Oapt. HOLLINS, well known f~rmorly as Commodore HOLLINS of tho navy, and ** ?o has a wldo roputatlon os a gal'ant ofllcor. -o- . COTTON BLCOMB.-f> ss.respondent from 8t. John's Borkl?-- r-.-;-_:,, under dato of tho 18th lnst, tonds us a green seod cotton bloom whloh opened on tho Sunday previous lu a f...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 June 1866

N. York Advertisements. __M - iUCUIM. DBPOr. J. B. SCHENCK, Agent," We. TO HAIOEN l_N_-, ?KW YORK, OFFER- FOB SALE POBTABLE AND 8TATIONAB? STEAM ENGINBB of all sizes. GIBO-LAR BAW M__L8 of the mo? approved construction, cutting from 10,000 to 30,000 .etof Lumber per day: REYNOLDS' TURBINE WA STES WHEELS, and all kinds of Machinery for Workini Wood and Iron, vis: Engine Lathe? Drtll Lathee Boring Machino? Slatting Machines Upright Drills Iron Planers Vortioal Planers Steam and Gas Pipes Steam and Water Gnagc? Bcrow Jacks Hydranllo Jack? Upright Ret-irving Mills OU .ular Beaervlng Mills Shafting Pullrya and Hangars Rnbbor Leather Boltings Circular Saw Bonohos Steam Pumps Suction Bpmpi Force Pump? Power Morticing Machine? Blind Slat Tononlxtg Machino? ' Daniels' Planing Machine* Gray k Wood's Planing Maob-QM Woodworth Planing Machine? Moulding Machines Bash Machines Boring Machines Tenoning Mashinos Foot Morticing Machines Loader and Rubber HOM plumbing and Gas Fitting Wrlght'B Patent ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 June 1866

THE AMERICAN DEODORIZER AND _DISI_STF,__OT_VlSrT. MANUFACTURED BY THE BALTIMOBE COMPANY, FORRES _t CO., BAL.THIORE, MO. IT l8 UNEXCELLED IN PURIFYING AND SWEETEN ING tUontmoBoliero in KICK ROOMS, BOSP1TALS, VE88ELS, SINKS, CESSPOOLS. PRIVIES, tee, kc. A llboral discount i?llowe*l to the trado. Your attention le re. peeKully requested to the follow ing testimonials : HAI.TIMOUK, Fob. Stli, 1880. For an efficient and reliable Deodorizer and DUln fectant always ready for UBO, and not liable to any chango, equally valuable in tho sick room, anil In thofoul ?ink, It hat in my opinion no equal. WILLIAM E. A. AIKIN, ProfoBBOr of ChomlBtry University of Maryland. Dr. W.C, VAN Bl ?BER, wh.- made the report upon "Disinfectant?!" to tlio National Sanitary and Quarantine Convention of 1650, says of thin artlclo : "His tho beat deodorant of which I liavo any knowl edge. 1st. It ovillently answers tho purpose 2d. It la odorless itself. 3d. It is easily kopt and managed. 4th. It is comparatively c...

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. — 25 June 1866

The Daily USTews. MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 25, 18C6. Court of [Getn-rn.1 Semlonn and Common 1*1 ena. Tho Court mel at 10 A. M., pursuant to adjournment. The flrtt and only caao bcforo tho Court was the Stato vs. JAB CLEAN, U. STANTON and J.w JKNIINB, Burglary .and I arcony. The following Jury was empannelled : B. J. MAOWOO?, Foreman; JAB. KENNY, JAB. DOTH AUK, JKII. (ji.vr.Kii. J. O. CoMMtNfiH, M. DOWD, A. KANUOKE, -CIIAB. MoAi.iSTEn, J. O. METZ, P. M. MANLY, F. NII-?ON, F. FLYNN. The indlctmont was read by the Clork, -charging the prisoner?* with breaking Into tho houao of Mr. fpr.NCKB T. HABT, No. 59 Rroad-alrcot, and carry hu; from tboiicn a numbor of watchoo, Jewelry, ko. The Attorney-Qencral briefly defined the crimea of burglary and larceny, and directed tho attention or the jury to the subject Mr. Spcncor T. Hart, sworn-Deposed : That he is a watch repairer; resides at No. 69 Broad-street. H?B es tablishment was lo the first story. About tbo 11th of April, early in tbo morning, h...

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. — 26 June 1866

( -:" I , A ion <?*? VOLUME II....N0. 238.1 CHARLESTON, S. O., TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1866. PRICE FIVE CENT'S. BT TELEGRAPH. ??.? Later from Europ?. NEW YI>II_, Juno 26. -Tbo Btoamabip Germania has ard v. d from Southampton with dates to the 12th inat. Sales of Cotton on Monday 10,000 bales. Market firm, -and prices unchanged. Breadatuffs finn. Provisions firm. Produce quiet and steady. LONDON, Juno 12.-Consols 86>? to 86?-,. Five-Twen ties C3.Vi to t0\. La France believes that the rumor of an expected Im perial message, and the isBue of a now loan, is unfound ?ad; and that should Mr. RouiiEn bo questioned on the poUcy of the Government, he will only repeat his third of May declaration. Marshal O'DONNELL has expressed apprehensions that 1860 will not pass without Spain being compollad to de fond hor frontier. Tbo passport system in Austria has been introduced. a 1 he Emperor has started for the headquarters of the Army of the North. The Austrian Ambassador has not loft Berlin. T...

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. — 26 June 1866

The Dailv -TSTews. TUE8DAY MnnWTNO. JUNF. 2G. 18G0._ BY YE8TERDAY'S MAIL. Latcit from Wnslalngton. tVA-niKOToN Juno 21.-A report was made from tho _____ onPrtall- i? f?vor ol printing 60,000 extra Sfi-ifjW.?.! minority reports of tho Com. milloo on BocoiiBtructlon. This wa? ainondod so as to print 110.000 of oach, and that they bo printed to frottier. Tho recelp's from Intornal Bovenuo sourcos solely for this fiscal y<-?r. to this date, amount to $8OO,CO7,0G4. Tho growing necessity for a largo and beautiful park ' In this city, as well a? for u now and bettor Presidential Mansion, Is giving rise to numerous projects having those objects in vlow. To-dsy. lu the . .nato, Mr. Wade introduced a resolution instructing the Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds to in quite into tbo oxpo dionoy of tho United Statoa acquiring tho titlo to tho land botwo"U Maryland-avenue aud Pennsylvania-ave nue, east of tho Capitol to Nlnotoonth-stroet, lor tbo pur poso of a National Park, lu which t...

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. — 26 June 1866

Th.? Dailv News. TUESDAY JtlOBNING, JUNE 2G, 18C6. Testimonial to Captain AX. F. Blaury in Bngland-Southern Gontns Flatteringly 'Recognized. On OJO ovoni-.: ?f the 4th Instant abont ono hundred at.? ' ?.irty t*entl?<n, ii assomblod at Willis* Rooms, Lou . < i, on the occsslon of a bauquot and testimonial to Caj tain M. F. MAURT, lato of tho Cnnfcdcrato navy, tbo object of Ibis tributo being to makes suitablo public recognition of tho brilliant services conferred by tha-j officer on tho cause of maritime science. Sir JOHN PAKINGTON, M. P., presided, and among those present woro moat of the roproiontatives of foreign powers, and a great number of distinguished Dritlsb naval ofllcers and men of science. From tho London Daily News oi Juno 5 wo tako tho following account of tho proceed ings: After the usual toast?, followed by that of "The DI ?lomatlc Corps," tho chairman proceeded to present i? testimonial. In doing so, addressing the gallant captain personally, ho congratulated h...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 June 1866

THE CHARLESTON BAILY NEWS, Q. R. CATHCART, EDIT OR. CATHCART. MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. No. l8 HAYNE-STREET. .TBRMS-OASH. 8UB80RPPTION. D/V-T-Y-TWELVE MONTHS. DAILY-MX VJSTBB. DAILY-TF*_ UK MONTHS. BINGLE OOPIES. TO NEWS DEALERS. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CraCULATION IN THE CITY. ?_rTH__ HiIST OB1 LBJTTKRS re miiinlri- In. the Fostoffloe at the end of euoh weelc is publisl-ed offioially lix THE __?_VIXt"_T NK"WB every ITr-i dny morning._ _N"ews Summary. Dr. WILLIAM GILMORE 8IMMS is in Now York at present. It is said that Rev. J. T. HEADLE? ha? found a conge nial work in the biography of Qonoral L. 0. (De tee ti vo) B-xnn. Dr. J. R. InviNo, lato of Charleston, S. 0., has boon elected Seoretary of the American Jockey Club, of Now York, of which AUGUST DELMONT, Esq., is tho ProBldont. Gen. CHARL-s DEVENB, after moro than ave yoara spent in the military sor vico of his country, has return ed to Worcester, Mass., and will resumo tho practico of his profession. G...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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