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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 June 1866

The IDaily ZtSTews. TUESDAY MOBNINQ, JUNE 26, 18G_. LOCAt, MATTERS. ???? i , mr ass atutiND AND THIRD PAGES. -_? MEHI CAL COLLEGE or THE STATE OF SOUTH CAB O LINA. -At n mooline of tno Uoi.ru of Trustees and Faculty, Dr. R. A. KINLOCH was unanlmoimly elected to tho va cant Profeatorulilp of Materia Medica and Thorapou tie?. LATE NKWBrAPEns, -C-Monars. M. M. QUINN k BBO.' have furnish-'d us with Frank Leslie's Ladies' Magasine tor 3uly, Harper's WeeAiy, ami tho New York Tribune and Herald. Aloe r? QUINN hnvoalso rocolvod an oxtra ?apply of Hi 'H?? ?t-toner; packages which havo been so much sought alter. Tan following nro tho numbers which drew the prin cipal prizes lu the Hsva:i_ plan,Kentucky State Lottery, OlMB O., Juno l?th, 18G0. No. 12401, f lOli.Oi'i'; No. 18105, $CO,000; No. 10002, $25,000; No. .172, (10,000; No. 11380, $G00.'; No. 9590, tam. TALL COTTON - We ntl receipt of a fine specimen of the "Green food" Cotton plant, grown on Mr. H. I_ P. MCCORMICK- plantation, "Ellen Gr...

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. — 26 June 1866

N. York Advertisements. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE ! FROST, CLARK & CO. No. 73 BOWKIIY, NEW YORK, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS Hi ?AN1 MANOFA?T?RER8 OP ITtURNITOlVE OF THE FINEST QUALITY 80U Jo LE88 TRAN BROADWAY PRICES, and as low a nut bo rnrcliaFcd at any other house in the Union. ^Sooo? purcliased of our house aro GUARANTEED A tUQPBESENTED. R.W FROST,.H. B. CLARK 8. W. --?UBI.. j a OLAKK( JB> Maroh 36 _mwfBmo BOYLAN & TUERS, ANUFA0TORER8 OF, AND WnOLE8i__E DEAL ER8 In, WHITE LEAD, ZINC PAINT8, COLORB NISHEH, AC. No. 03 MAIDEN LANE, New York, Orders by mall promptly attended to. March 31_wfm lyr tHHENBB IMPROVEMENT B ST KA ni. "ICE'S PATENT DIREOT ACTING, REOIPROGA ING-P1BTON (DOUDLE OUT-OFF) STEAM EN BAVB 76 PER C-srr. in tpace, weight, transportan?*,, friction and part* ovor the beat onglnea, with gr?e economy in steam and ropaira. The cheapest, timpletx ?vort compact and durable made. Ailnptixl to all purposes TOT oircnlar address the HICKS ENGINE CO., No. i LUxsrty-atre...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 June 1866

CHiRLBSTONDR?l?, IIOIJS? JOHN ASHHURST, Superintendent, FOIU-IEUL-Y OF No. ?*U UAYtVIi-STUEK'l, ?ST RECEIVED AND NOW IN STORE, A FULL SUPPLY OF DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY BRU8HES PAINTS octa WINDOW GLASS KEROSENE OIL LAMPS, bt> WHOLESALE AGKFITH FUR BRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS Sterling's Ambrosia, CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP, CONSTITUTION WATER,' AND ALL THE RELIABLE PATENT MEDICINES OI THE DAY. JOSEPH A. MORGAN, WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, No. 163 MEETING-ST.. *)P|oSITE MARLESTON HOTEL. February ??8 ioiram\ WATER. THE ASrONISHlNO SUCCESS WHICH HAS AT TENDED thlB inyaluablo medicine proves It the most perfect remedy over discovered. No languoeo can convey an adequate Idea of Ute lmmodiato and almost miraculous chango wulolt It occasions to tbo debilitated and shattered system. In fact, It stands unrivalled as a remedy for the perfect euro of Diabetes, Impotency, LOBB of Muscular Energy, .Physical Prostration, - Indigestion, ? ?"el" Non-retentionor< '? I. '""5 Inconsistency of Urine...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 June 1866

?The Daily ZtSTews. TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 26, 18C6. BTATU ITKMS. LACHENS, 8. O.-Capt, B. E. HICHAODSOH has just boon .lectcd Clerk of tho Court o? Common Ploss?or Laurens District. Thoro wero sevon candidatos. CHBSTEB 8 O -From the Standard, or Thursday, we learn that tho detachment of tho 30th alt-sachuselta Beg?nont Volunteers, on duty at that post for tho last ' _U weeks, has been rollovod by Company ?, 8th llcgl __t Regulars, uDder command of Lieutenant Colonel BUBB, C. S. A. CIUMCHL?II L_B_S__-The Yorkrille inquirer, of Thursday, saya: Hie Honor, Chancellor H. D. Lesesne, opened tbo Conrt of Equtty at this place on M onday, and 1B ii lapo , slug of many cates that baye been long upon the dock. ' ata. His Honor, we are pleated to see, hat restored to tho Bench a custom once In voguo in this State, that .isappeareo when railroads and carriages wero intro duced Be is travelling to the different Courts in hiB circuit cn horseback. The circumstance will probably recall to tho groy 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--.-. -______---.-:---!------ ??-:---" '- ' f T . ' VQL?ME II....N0. 338.1 ?HARLESTON, S.; O., TUESDAY, JUNE 36, 1866. . PRICE FIVE CENTS ._____,_._;_;_l__ ;_?_._ 1;. " BY TELEGRAPH. Later from Europe. NEW TOBE, Jane 25.-The steamship Oer mania han ?rrired from Southampton with dates to the 13th inst Sales of Cotton on Moirfay 10,000 balea Market fi rm, and prices unchanged. Breads tuff a firm. Provisions firm. Produce quiet anfi Bteady. LONDON, June 12.-Consols 86% to 86%. Five-Twen? ties 65% to 65%. La France believes that the rumor of an expected im? perial message, and the issue of a new loan, is unfound? ed; and that should Mr. BOUBEB be questioned on the policy of the Government, he will only repeat his third of May declaration. Marshal O'DONNELL has expressed apprehensions that I860 will not pass without Spain being compelled to de? fend her frontier. The passport system in Austria has been Introduced. -he Emperor has started for the headquarters of the Army of the ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 June 1866

The Daily ISTews. ==T???8DAY MORNING. JUNE 26. 1866. _ BY YESTERDAY'S MAIL. Latest from Washington. WASHINGTON, June 21.-A report was made Committee on Printing in favor of printing 80,000 extra copies of the majority ?nd minority reporteio th?Oom. mittee on Reconstruction. This was amended sc as to print 100,OOO of each, and that they be printed to 8 Ther;feceip!s from Internal Revenue sources solely for fl?A?l vim- to this date, amount to $300,107, J04. ?The Swtog necessity for a large and beautiful park j in thisby! asgwill a, for a new and better .P^denhal i Mansion is elving rise to numerous projects having these objects in view. To-day. in the Senate, Mr. Wade Seduced aresolution instructing the Committee on So Buildings and Grounds to ^"g^gS* disney of the United States acquiring the title to tho laid between Maryland-aveuue and Pennsylvauia-avc east of theOapRol to Nineteenth-street, for tho pur? pose of a Nation?! Park, in which to erect a new Pref i dential Mansion, and to...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 June 1866

Tine ?ailv News. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 2G, 18G6. Testimonial to Cuptain M. F. Maury in England-Southern Genius Flatteringly Recognized. On the evening of the 4th instant about one hundred ai.? liirty gentlemen assembled at Willis' Rooms, Lon . ir.on-tbe occasion of a banquet and testimonial to CM iain M. F. MAUBY, late of the Cnnfederate navy, the oi.li ct of this tribute being to makes suitable publio recognition of the brilliant services conferred by thaj Officer on the cause of maritime science. Sir JOHN PABKTNGTON, M. P., presided, and among thOBe present "were most of the repreientatives of foreign powers, and ? great number of distinguished British naval officers ?ind men of science. From the London Daily News ol June 5 we take the following account of the proceed? ings: Jitter the usual toasts, followed by that of "The Di? plomatic Corps," the chairman proceeded to present the testimonial. In doing BO, addressing the gallant captain personally, he congratulated him on having ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 June 1866

THE CHARLESTON MIM NEWS, G. R. CATHCART, EmioK. CATHCART, MCMILLAN Sc MORTON, . PROPRIETORS.,.,. ( Ko. 18 HAYNE-'?TBEET. ?XEIEtlsf S-OASH. SDBS^BrPTION, ' DAILY -TWELVE ^'MONTHS._glO.OO DAILY-SIX MONTHS.8.00 PAILY-TP:<EE MONTHS. 11.. 1.*-50 BINOLE COPIES.:....? ce?*? TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents , LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE, LARGEST CIRCULATION TS THE CITY. HW&?HJ? X?IS*r OF1 ?feTTBJRS re malning. in. the JPost office at the end of each week is published officially In THE DAHiY NEWS every EVi day morninit. ' . , . :t N?tv*s Sumtaaryi ; : : * Dr. -WILLUM QILMOS? SIMMS ' ls in New York at present. It is taid thtt Rev. J. T. HEADLEY has found a conge? nial work in the biography of General L. 0. (Detective) BAKER. ?IO . 'r jr? pru Dr. J. B. IRVING, late of Chulearon, S. C., his been eleoted Secretary of the American Jockey, Club, of New York, of which AUGUST BELMONT, Esq., ii the President. Gen. CHARLES ?EVE??S! after more thai' five years spent in the military service of his co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 June 1866

The Daily News. TUESDAY KtORNIKO. JONE 26, 1866, , LOCAL MATTERS. OT SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. ~& MEDICAL COLLEGE OF THE STATE OF SOOTH CAROLINA. -At a meeling of the Board of Trustees and Facility, Dr. R. A. KINLOCH waa unanimously eleoted to the va? cant Professorship of' Materia Medica and Therapeu? tics. ' . , " ', ' ', , ' LATE NEWSPAPE ES, ito.- Messrs. Vt. M. QUINN fi BBO. have furnished ns with Frank. Leslie's Ladies'. Magazine for July, Harper's Weekly, and the New Yorh Tribune and Herald. Messrs. QUINN have also received an extra supply of those stationery packages which hi .ve been so much sought after. THE following are the numbers which dr ev the prin? cipal prizes ic the Havana plan.Kentuoky State Lottery, Otas 0., June 16th, 1866. i ? No. 13461; $100,000; No. 18405, $60,000; No. 10053; $25,0&; to?. 8173,, l??.??bV??o, l11980, ,$500J; 'No. ??'d, $2850. ;.;.??! TALI. COTTON.-We are in receipt of a fine specimen of the "Green Seed" Cotton plant, grown on Mr. H....

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 June 1866

H. York Advertisements FUBNITUBE ! FUBNITUBE ! FROST, CLARK & CO. He. 73 BOWERY, NEW YORK, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AN1 MA NUFA0TUREB8 OF FURNITURE OF THE FINEST QUALITY SOU LES8 THAN BROADWAY PRICES, and aa low a aaa be purchased at any other house in the Union. Booda purchased of our house are GUARANTEED A REPRESENTED. & W. FROST,.H. B. CLARK J. S. CLARE, Ja. ?arch M_mwflmo BOYLAN & T?EBS, UTANUFAOTURERS OF, AND WHOLESALE DEAL JU ERS in, WHITE LEAD. ZINO PAINTS, COLORS VARNISHES, 4o. No. 93 MAIDEN LANE, New York, Orders by mail promptly attended to. Marchai_ wfmlyr IMMENSE raPBOVEMENT I* STEAM. HICK'S PATENT DIRECT ACTING, REOTPROOAt INGLISTON (DOUBLE CUT-OFF) STEAM EN BAVB 75>PKB CBSHT. in space, weight, transportation, MOion and part? over the best engines, with gre? fjemtomyin steam and repairs. The cheapest, simple? nc ' compact Md durable mada, Adapted to all purpoaei Wt Grenier address the HICKS ENGINE CO., No. s LR ty-atreet. New York. ws6mo Deoember V...

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. — 26 June 1866

CMRLBPOMfi IIB. JOHN ASHHUEST, Superintendent, ' FOR M EH LY OF No. ?9 HAYf?E.STRKB?, JUST RECEIVED AND NOW IN STORE, A FOLL SUPPLY OP DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY BRUSHES PAINTS OILS WINDOW GLASS KEROSENE OIL LAMPS, ?tb WHOLESALE AGENTS PUR BRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS Sterling's Ambrosia, (CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP. CONSTITUTION WATER,' AND ALL THE RELIABLE PATENT MEDICINES Ol x THE DAY. jj jj JOSEPH A. MORGAN, WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, No. 153 MEETING-ST., OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL. Febraary28 WTITl'TM WATER. THE ASTONISHING SUCCESS WHICH HAS AT? TENDED this invaluable medicine proves it the most perfect remedy ever discovered. No language can convey fm adequate idea of the immediate and almost miraculous ohange which it occasions to the debilitated and shattered system. In fact, it stands unrivalled as a remedy for tho perfect cure of Diabetes, Impotency, Loss of Muscular Energy, Physical Prostration, Indigestion, <rs Non-retention or .Inobnsisten?y of Urine, Irritation, Inflamma...

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. — 26 June 1866

Tho Daily News, TVKH.IV.VY MORNING, JUNE 'JO, 1800. S I A rio ITSCUS. luuKfcN?. 8. 0.-Capt. ll. E. RICHARDSON has just been ? sh?twit Clerk of the Court of Common Fleas for Laurens | Matriel There were seven candidates. CHKSTKR. 8. C.-From the Standard, of Thursday, we tesan that the detachment of the 30th Massachusetts I ?egimeat Volunteers, on duty at that post for the last j ?tx weeks, haa been relieved by Company E, 8th Regi? ment Regulars, under command of Lieutenant Colonel ? BUBS, C. 8. A. OBUKOKIXOB LKSXSNS.-The Yorkvllle Enquirer, of| Thursday, says: His Honor. Chancellor H. D. Lesesne, opened the j Corni of I qnity at this place on M onday, and is dispo? sing ol nmnj cates that have been long upon tho dock? et*. H?K Honor, we are pleased to see, has restored to I Use Bench a custom once in vogue in this State, that diatppeareu wben railroads and carriages were intro " doced. He is travelling to the different Courts in bis circuit rn horseback. The circumstance will probabl...

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. — 27 June 1866

? fr arle ait) VOLUME II....N0. 33-.] CHARLESTON. S. O., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 37, 1866. T_>"P?T_t T-1 -TTrw ^~f~- _fr_?-. BY TELEGRAPH. 0*0 Washington Ne - a. WASHINOTON, Juno 26-Tho precise position oc cupied by the Democratic membors of Congress in referenco to tbo Union Convention, called at Philadelphia, is thus etatod: Thoy aro favorably disposed towards such a Convention, bolioving that the representation of tho Southern States in Cou/jress le not only a right, but necessary to tho harmony and prosperity of tho country. Thoy are willing, therefore, to co-operato with the Union Convention for that purpose. But if it Bhall be perverted from its original and patriotic design, for the formation of a now party, they pre fer clinging to their own. At prosent the Demo crats seem inclined to further the movement. Charges affecting the private character of Gen. KILPATRICK, the Minietor to Chili, aro said to have been presented to tho Stato Department. If true, it will no doubt cause his ...

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. — 27 June 1866

The ?ailv 3STews. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, 18C6. GARIBALDI recently sont a letter of thanks to a sooioty of ladies in London formod to support his plans for tho culightonmont of Italy and collect ComrortB for the wounded iu caso of war. 'Hie General also sent cortain lines, of which wo fiud tho following translation : rv a i limul Putrlotlc Hymn. Ah 1 seo from t?o gravo riso our heroes depirled All Italy's martyrs, tbo binvo and Irtic-liearttHl; Each Sand grasps tbo Bword; laurel ?leeks each palo Thoy beckon us onward to Victory now ! Como on, tliou ! como ou ! soo our brave youtbs advanc ing; Our banners wavo higher than ever before; Onr muskets aro ready; our sword-blades aro glancing; Our heitIH burn with lovo to our nativo shorn. Away from our country, ye foreign oppressors; lour last bottr Is striking-away, tbeu, away 1 Our voleos bo silent, our arms strong and ready: As onward wo march, bo our Btep firm and steady ; Lot union bo ours, thon no foir of tho foo Boy omi tho hig...

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. — 27 June 1866

Ttie ?ailv -ISTews. WFaDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, I860. KUucatlon of the Negro. KEA?l'UEi. ritOPOSE? BY CITIZEUS OF 0XF0E?, HISS. That tho timo has arrived when somo measures 'Bbon lil bo adopted by the t-on thorn people themselves to pr?vido tho ways and means of educating tho frced xuon, la a conviction to which we have been lod by the following considerations: 1. This pcopio oro now thrown upon their own ro ponrei-i, in s Ht.ito of freedom, for which they are to a certain extent unprepared. 2. They consider us, their formor owners, to bo now, K8 wo have alwsys been, their natural guard lar s and their liest friends. 3. It is our interest, ss well as our duty, to diffuse tho felosslngs of education as widely as possible among all clauses oi pcoplo In our country. i. It It ovor was good policy to keop thom ignorant, it Certain lv is no longer so, bst tho very reverso. 6. Tho right of suffrage will, in all probability, be given to this people at some futuro day. 6 Ignorant voters aro...

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. — 27 June 1866

THE-- - CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, Q. R. CATHCART, EDITOR. CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPIUKTOH* No. l8 HAYNE-STKEET. i'T-Ein.-vis-a-?.sEa: suBaom-PTioN, . OAir?---WtI?VB MONTHS.,-^-?_.|_0.00 DAILY-HIS. MOSTTtB..-...S.OO DMLY"iP'*EB MONTHS.?.SO BINGLE COPIES...5 cents TONBWS DEALEI18.Scents LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. MTTHK I-IST OIT LETTER8 re maining in the Postoifloe at tl_e end of eaolx week la p_tDli?_ne?.<l offloinlly In TI3___ _3__J_L.Y NEWS every IPxi day mornintc. News Summary. Gou. GUSTAVOS W. 8MITH is engaged in superin tending a rolling mill at Chattanooga. Professor BLOT commoncea a aories of lecturoB on cookery at Worcester, Masa., on Monday next. A biography of Jons LEECII, solong the load ing illustrator o? Punch, ia to bo written by Dr. Jons BROWN, of Edinburgh, author of "B ob aud Hie Frionda." WILKIE COLLINS having completed his romance of "Armadalo" in tho June numbor of the "Corn hill," it is announcod that Miss THAOK...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 27 June 1866

Tlae Daily __Tews. ' WEDNESDAY M0I.NIN8, JUNE 27, 186G. LOCAL MASTERS. --_ _ ??? -, -- mr EKE SECOND AND THIRL ,OES. -?1 -._--? ? Pnor_son R. A. KINLOCH.-In onr issno of yesterday wo annonnccd tho oloctlon of this Routleman to tho Chair of Materia Medica and Therapeutics,? in tho Medical College In tho State of South Carolina, (o fill the vacancy rocently created by the (Itatti of Dr. HsNi- B. 1-OBT. Ila? mantle c1 tho late Incumbent could havo fallon upon no ono, within our knowlodgo, moro worthy, or moro able to fill tho position with credit Dr. KIN LOCH Is a man of decided talont; ha? been a closo stu dont ever since ho outerod tho profession,-as far as the arduous dntles of a largo practico would permit; and has kopt fully abreast with tho march of eolonco. Wo congratulate the College on so distinguished and useful an acquisition. Dr. KINLOCH has had considerable experience SB a teachor In medicino. Ho held tho position of Surgeon of tho Roper Hospital in this city for a number ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 27 June 1866

HTTGER & HASELL, No, 187 MEETINQ-ST., t'HAllI.ICSTON. 8. C. : .'.. _______* ? ?mmmmamw _-M_-__ll___-^#t|.: m ?'.*'_ * -?-?^ .__?-*_' - ?LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON RAILWAY SUPPLIES FORTABLE A STATIONARY ENGINES IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINER! , SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS COTTON GIN?, MILL AND GIN BANDS WILDER- SALAMANDER SAFES, ?ko. April a_ NEW PERFUME For the Handkerchief. n_n A _>:' .?*.".isite. Delicate, andFra-t ! gro ft* IT "". Distilled from the Rare -an?-? d-' riower from which, it tal- ? : ? ? ? .? Mu r . '.. ... - .lAILOJ-&_0_T, X?;w v.?nu. ?JbpfftW. rjp C.?NTEEFEI.._ Af _ FOR M.ON'S-TAKE NO OTD.ET . ''' t?-"t Vr nrurp'*'? rcncrnllr. ,,Dt c ruher ?0 WHIVJ A. S. HULL, Agent, MERCHANT TAILOR, b. W. CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL, WHERE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF OLOTH8, CAS 8IMBRBS AND VICSTINGS can be bad, together Vf itb a choice assortment of J Qy_ -?utlemcn _ 1-lriiisliiiif. Goods. -_*_- AND MUSLIN SHIRTS,"made ,to "order, in any ty le that may be desired. :il . S- . . ! " j _ ....

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 27 June 1866

CHILDREN'S FRIEND ! PERM'S WORM TEA. A SAFE AND EFFEOTUAL RKMEDY FOR ALL kinds of AVorms found In the huiusn body ; also, a certain euro for Worm Kit?, W->ren Kovor, Teno.mus, Ac. PoisoB_ig In Us combination omlncnt cleansing and strengthening properties, its URO will always Im provo tho health of tho patient, whether Impaired by worms or other causes. Perry's Worm Too, effectually cnrrieR off Ibe ?lime or mucous which is the bfd or nest of worms, In which they breed, and conf.uent.ly worm* cannot exist where this medicine Is used. A physician In largo practice siys: "I havo boon celled te many casos of Fits, given up by other Doctors as Incurable, ?VI of which (being cruised by worms) havo boen cured by Porry's Worm Tea." Another says: "I prescribe Perry's Worm Tea in all casca whore nnthclroiutlcs (worm medicino) IB Indica ttd, and always with tho happiest results." JOBN A. PERRY, ChomlHt, Boston, Proprietor. M. S. BURR k CO., 20 T. oiuont street, Boston, General Agents, and so...

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. — 27 June 1866

Tlie Daily _N~ews. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, 1866. BY YESTERDAY'S MAIL. Congressional. IHPOHTANT AMENDMENT TO THE TAX DUX. The tax bill waa takon up in the Bcuato on tho 22d inst., and tho following amoiulr.-.ont, recom mended hy tho Finance Committoo, waa agreed to: That Section 6, of the Act of March 3, 1865, en title- an act to amend an act entitled an net to provide internal revenue to euppott tho Govern ment, to pay interest on the public debt, and for other purposes, approved Juno 30,18G4, bo amend ed hy striking out all after tho enaoting clauao, and Inserting in liou thereof tho following : That overy national banking, State bank, or Stato bank ing association, shall pay a tax of ton per contum on tho amount of notea of any peraon, Stato bank, or State banking association used for circulation, and paid out by thom after the tiret day of July, 18G7; and such tax ehall be assessed and paid in auch manner as uhall be prescribed by the Com miscioner of Internal Rovenue. That S...

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