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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 27 June 1866

VOLUME IlI.No. 339.1 CHARLESTON, S* G., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 37, .1866. PRICE FIVE CENTS, BY TELEGEAPH. Washington News. WASHINGTON, JUDO 26.-The precise position oc? cupied by the Democratic members of Congress in reference to the Union Convention, called at Philadelphia, is thus stated: They are favorably disposed towards such a Convention, believing that the representation of the Southern States in Congress is not only a right, but necessary to the harmony and prosperity of the country. They are willing, therefore, to co-operate with the Union Convention for that purpose. But if it shall be perverted from its original and patriotic design, for the formation of a new party, they pre? fer clinging to their own. At present the Demo? crats seem inclined to further the movement. Charges affecting the private character of Gen. KILPATBICK, the Minister to Chili, are said to have been presented to the State Department. If trne, :it will no doubt cause his speedy return. It is thought that the...

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 Daily News, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, 1866. GABIBALDI recently sent a lotter of thanks to a society of ladies iu London formed ito support his plans for the enlightenment of Italy a?fl-oollect comforts for the wounded in ca'e? of War. The Goneral also sont certain Unes, df which wb find tho following translation : ..? pt JV a? I ona! Patriotic Hymn. Ah I see froid *he grave rise our heroes departed All Italy's martyr", the brave and true-hearted; Each hand grasps thC .sword; laurel riecks each palo brow; They beckon us onward to Victory pw ? Come on, then I come on I see our bra\~" youths advanc? ing; ' , Our bannersiwav'e higher than ever bofore; Our muskets are ready; our sword-blades aro glancing; Our hearts burn with love to'our native shore. Away from our country, ye foreign oppressors; ??ur'l?Bt hour is" striking-away, then, away ! Oar voices be silent, our arms strong and ready: As onward we march, be our step firm and steady ; Let onion be ours, then no fear, of the fo...

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

The Da?vNem WEDNESDAY MOANING, JUNE 27, 1866. -r=t= =F Education of the Alegro. MEASURES PBOPOSED BY CITIZENS OF OXFOBD, MISS. That ' the ' time baa arrived when some measures Should be adopted by the f-outhern people themselves to provide the ways and means of educating the freed? men? is a conviction to which we have been led by the following considerations : . 1. This people are now thrown upon their own re? sources, in a state of freedom, for whtoh they are to a certain extent unprepared. 2. They consider us, their former owners, to be now, as we have always been, thoir natural guardiais and their best friends. 3. It is our Interest, as well as our duty, to diffuse the blessings of education us widely as possible among all Classes ol people in our country. 4. If it ever was good policy to keep'them ignorant, it certain ly is no longer so, but the very reverse. . 6. The right of suffrage will, in all probability, be given to this people at some future day. ! 6. Ignorant voters ar...

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 BUL! NEWS, G. R. CATHCART. EDITOR. CATHCART, McMLLLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. ! TBHMS- CASH. 8?BSORIPTION. DAILY-TWELVE MONTHS.<~.~.,f 10.00 DAILY-SIX MONTHS.?..5.00 DAILY-TF:<EE MONTHS.?.50 SINGLE OOPIES.5 cent! TO FEWS DEALERS.3 cent! LARGEST CIRCULATION EN THE STATE. LIRGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. tar THE LIST OE LETTERS re xn.ain.ing in tho IPostoffioe at the end of eaoh weeli is published officially In THE DAILY NEWS every Fri? day morning. News Summary. Gen. GUSTAVOS W. SMITH is engaged in superin? tending ? rolling mill at Chattanooga. Professor BLOT commonces a series of lectures on cookery at Worcester, Mass., on Monday next. A biography of JOHN LEECH, so long the lead? ing illustrator of Punch, is to " be written by Dr. JOHN BKOWN, of Edinburgh, author of "Rob and His Friends." WILKIE COLLINS having completed his romance of "Armadale" in the June number of the "Corn? hill," it is announced that Miss THACKERY will be? gin a new...

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

The Daily Fews, WEDNESDAY MOBNING, JUNE 27, 1866. LOCAL MATTERS. ?J- SSS SECOND AND THIRD PAGES, "B? PROFESSOR R. A. KINLOCH.-Ia onr ?BBUG of yesterday ?we announced the election of this gentleman to the Chair of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, in the Medical CoUege in the State of South Carolina, to fill the vacancy recently created by the death of Dr. HENRY E. FBOST. Ihe mantle of the late inoumbent could have fallen upon no one, within our knowledge, more worthy, or more able to AU the position with credit, Dr. KIN? LOCH is a man of decided talent; has been a close stu? dent ever since he entered the profession,-as far as the arduous duties of a large practice would permit; and has kept fully abreast with the march of science. We congratulate the College on so distinguished and useful an acquisition. Dr. KINLOCH has had considerable experience as a | teacher in medicine. He held the position of Surgeon j of the Boper Hospital in this city for a number of years, and in that capao...

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

SUGEE & HASELL, ... No. 137 MEETING-ST., CHARLESTON, S. C. LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON RAILWAY SUPPLIES ; PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES ? ' IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY 'ri. SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS COTTON GINS, MILL AND GIN BANDS WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, &o. Agni a_ HEW PERFUME , For the Handkerchief. . . A Most "R?xqitisite, De?eatp, and Fra : ?raftv.% iTpw, Distilled from the Bare and Plower from which it takes 'i"-' -Lirme. ?' ^Mauutad?:f .? ? n!v 'W-'rafjMLOJfc & SON, NEW YORK. ; Afck i'QB\ PiJALON'fiU-TAKjE NO O.TQEE. , ?wn?ber 20 1 walyr A. S. HULL, Agent, MERCHANT TAILOR, S. W. CORNER CHARLESTON.HOTEL, tHKBE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHS, OAS SIMERE8 AN?> VESTINGS can be bid, together lohnioe assortment'of j ' " " 1 fieiitlenieu's Fumtsblng 6?o?s. LIN?N AND'MUSL?N SHIRTS,'made ?to"order, lb any tyle that niay be desired. ^ ?MR. JOHN T. FLYNN .Willgive his special attention to the ' TAILORING DEPARTMENT Aa ueoaL . ?* H '< lyr 1 .' June* GEO. E. CEUMP &...

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. — 27 June 1866

CHILDREN^ FRIEND ! % PERRI'S WORM TBA. ABATE AND EFFECTUAL REMEDY FOR ALL kinds of Worms found in'the unman body; also, a certain oure for-Worm Fits, Worm Fever, Tenesmus, Ac. Possessing in its combination eminent cleansing and strengthening properties; its uso will always im? prove the health of the patient, whether impaired by worms or.other canses. Perry's.Worm Tea, effectually carries off the slime or mucous which is the bed or nest of worina, in which they breed, and consequently worms cannot exist where this medicine 1B used. A physician in large practice says: "I havo.been called to many cases ol Fits, given up by othor Doctors as incurable; a'l of which (being caused by worms) have been cured by Perry's Worm Tea." Another says; "I prescribe Perry's Worm Tea in all cases where-anthelmintics (worm medicine) ?B indica ted, and always with the happiest results.'' JOHNA. PERRY, Chemist. Boston,'Proprietor.-" M. 8. BURR A OO.T 26-Tiemofrt street, Boston, General Agents, and sold b...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 27 June 1866

The Daily ILSTews. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, 1866. BY YESTERDAY'S MAIL. Congressional. I?IPOBTANT AMENDMENT TO THE TAX BILL, The tax bill was taken up in the Senate on the 22d inst., and the following amendment, recom? mended by the Finance Committee, was agreed to: That Section 6, of the Act of March 3, 1865, en? titled an act to amend an act entitled an act to provide internal revenue to support the Govern? ment, to pay interest on the public debt, and for other purposes, approved June 30,1864, be amend? ed'bv striking out all after the enacting clause, and inserting in lieu thereof the following : That every national banking, State bank, or State bank? ing association, shall pay a tax of ten per centum on the amount of notes of any person, State bank, or State banking association used for circulation, and paid out by them after the brat day of July, 1867; and such tax shall be assessed and paid in such manner as shall be prescribed ?by the Com? missioner of Internal Revenue. Th...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 June 1866

C?mrkstflii ai (*ZJ \ VA7 W ?J + VOLUME II....NO. ?-40.1 CHARLESTON, S. O., THURSDAY. JUNE 28 1866. PRTm?. "I. T _TTT* f-irm BY TELEGRAPH. Later front Europe. Nsw YOBK, Juno 27.- The steamship Java arrived this evening, with Liverpool d?tes to the 17th lust. Tbo Federal Diet having, on tho nth ins t., sgrced to tin? Austrian proposition for the mobilization of the | Federal army, Prussia, agreeably to provions notice, -carried out her threat to t onilder it an act of hostility on the part of thoso States which supported It, and on tho following day commenced war by sending troop? into Saxony and Hanover. It IB also rumored that Austrian troops entered Bax ony, which 1B not confirmed. Dut It is bolloved that Bonedcck would u.ovo Immediately to attack the Prus sians. After tho action by the Federal Diet, tho Prus sian repreiontative protested against it as unconstitu tional and Immediately withdrew from tho Diet. There la great commotion and financial depression throughout Germany. Ba...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 June 1866

Tile Daily US-Tews. THUR8DAY MORNING, JUNE 28, 1860. Tlio Volunteer's II?*?urn. I havo como back to you, Mother, Weary, wasted and worn, With locks matted ovor my foroueau. And clothes blood-stilueil oud torn; If? no wunder jon shrieked when you saw me, As if I bad struck you a blow; I am not lot>kiug uinch Ike the fellow You parted with three years ligo! For that one was stalwart and handsomo, Eager anil Horco for tho strife, ?While this ono Is woury and wasted, Scarrod, ami a cripple for Ufo 1 Slothor, God knows for tho Onion I'd light till my very last breath; XJiit.inut twonty-onc-anil G cripple For you It had better been death. Not for you, ilnrltug Mother, you only For another thero was when I lett With eyes that woro bluer than heaven, And Ups Uko tho rlpo cherry cleft ! My Maggie sho was-may God bless her '. I meant to havo marlo bcr my wife 8uo had promise--but how can I ask her To mate with a crlpplo for Ufo? Thero, Mother, don't wcop; it waa cruel To utter one word of ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 June 1866

The Dailv ZESTe^vs. THUR3DAY MORNINQ, JUNE 28, 1800. LAB ?EST CIRCULATION IN THE ?TATE. LAB-EST CIRCUa__T__- IN TUE CIT?. mr ____ LIST OH' iiiicTTBRS re gnu>inin_ In the J?ostofiioe at t_.e end _f euch w ?-_ Is p_-_-_?_ officially It? Tim; DAILY lSriEWS every ITri day morning._ Tho Pence of Europe In the Ilnnds of Three UI?I Ladles. Tho London limes lias tho following from Bor llu, May 30: Three of tbo live royal ladioa to whoso good offices tbe world was to a groat estent indebted for the preservation of pcaco in tbo Gaatiou days, aa well as six weeks ago, when Prussia offurod to disarm, have, at tho eleventh hour, resumod tbe gracious work of pacific meditation. Tho Arch duchess mothor of Austria, the Queen Dowager of Prussia, and tho Queen of Saxony, three sis ters, whom a prot.ch.ut Providouco has placed on and noar tho thrones engaged in this ominous eoutrovorsy, sparo no efforts to provout the ac tual occurroi.ee of a rupture which would bo equally fatal to cither of the th...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 June 1866

THE MARLESTON DAILY [NEWS, G. R. CATHCART. EDITOR. CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORa No. l8 HAYNE-STREET. l_C_3_rVD?_-S- OASH. SUBaORI'PTION. DAILY-TW'-LVB MONTHS.^--..IIO.OO BAILY-SIX y-yNTHS.5'?? DAILY-aW'Altn. MONTHS.8.50 BINGLE COPIES.5 cents TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents ??JtV?EST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ?-THK LIST OIT I_I_TT__?_S re muining in the 2?ostofHoe at the encl of eaoh week ia piariliahec. officially In THE] DAII-Y NEWS every _?"__ day morning. _N"ews Summary. Thero will ho a meeting of tho Alumni at the Univoraity of Virginia on the 28th inst. Ex-Provisional Governor JOHNSON, of Georgia, waa, on Fritlay, nominated by the President to tho Sonato to bo Minister Roaident to Bogota. Mr. DICKENS has a spocial saloon car all to him self, as he travo!-j abjut Eaglvud to give his charming readings. Professor GEORGE W. GKEENE, of Rhodo Inland, ia wriling the biography of his grandfather, GOD. NAT. GREENE, of the revolutionary army. PIER...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 June 1866

The Daily _N"e-ws. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 28, 18G6. LOCAL MATTERS. MT 8EB SECOND AND THIRD PAQBS. **?? WE AH,- indobtod to the Smthera nu I National Ex proas Companies for lato pnpura. ACKNOWLEDGMENT.?.-Wo aro iudobted to Mr. DUQUER CRON, tho obliging purser of tho stoanior D ictator, for late Savannah filos. KINSMAN'? ICE CnKAM SALOON.-Do not fall to go to KINSMAN'S and cat the greatest luxury of tho season Iced Peachos. 8co advertlsoraent. U KITE o STATES DISTUIOT CounT-Jiulgo BRIAN, Pre siding.-This Court will be opon for business to day, and writs and other papers signed by attorneys already admitted to practico In tho TJnltod States Courts will bo received; but applicants for admlBslon who cannot tako the Test Oath will bo rejected for tho prosont. EXCURSION TO FLORIDA.-It w111 bo Been by an adver tlremcnt In another column that tbo olegant and com modious steamship Dictator, under tho command of her obliging and over popular captain, COXETTER, will mako an oxcursion trip to Fo...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 June 1866

?. York Advertisement.. FUI?M?L'KE I FUIl-lT-KE ! "WHOLES A LE" AND RETAIL. DEGRAFF & TAYLOR, ?OB. 87 _ 89 BOWERY - 65 CURYSTIE-3TREET UAVK TUB -_-T ASSOnTF.- bTOCK OF PARLOR, DININQ-ROOil AND DED-ROOM F XJI-ISriTXJJE-E, PBIN? BEDS AND BEDDING, IW TIIK UNION. OUR FACILITIES FOR MANUFACTURING AT IOW 1'ItlOBS dofy compotlUon. STEAMERS MID B?TELO FURNISHED FOR 8TYLE AND QOALL rv Wo refer you ?ni board of tho Hudson Rlvor S toam em, ST. JOHN and DEAN RICHMOND. Fuller's Patent Hair-Spri_g Mattresses FIVE 8TATE PREMIUMS AWARDED. June 21 _thstuOnio JOHN B. FULLER, MANUFACTURER & DEALER. Ho. H DEV-8TKEET, NEW YORK, _a_i in store and ready for immodiate shipment and is manufacturing to ordor, PORTABLE AND STATIONARY STEAM EN _INES AND B0ILER8, o HBO horse power; Circular and Upright Saw -Ills o> most approved construction, of all sizes, cnttlng 71X o 1600 feet of lumber per honr; Grist Mills, Mill Irons, _ ator Wheels, and every kind of Mill Machinery: Saga? yik, Paper and Mining ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 June 1866

np-rr-ui Hil AND AMURI BANK, I_I__EX_7_3I_ lUORPOKATRD UNDER "Til I?: COMPA NIES* ACT, 180*_" LllTllORIZED (AI'll.Via ?1,800,000, IX 00,000 SHARES OF -30 EACH. 'First Issue, 30,000 Sitaros, and the remainder to bo Is sued as inay bo required, undor tho sanction of a Gen eral Meeting. THE ENGLISH & AMERICAN BANK, LIMITED, Having opened Ofllces at No, 68 WALL STREET, NEW YOHK, Is prepared to sell Bills of Exchange on th. UNO UNH AND AMERICA".-. BANK (LIMITED), Lon don, and on the UNION BANK OF LONDON ; to buy BUIB of Exchange, and to lssno Common. . ?_ _ Travr1 ers' Credits, available In all parts of th?. \vorl_*. Com mercial Credits issued for use in the EAST INDIES, CHINA, AND AUSTRALIA, WILL BB UPON THE ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION O? LONDON. Further particnlars may bo ascertained on application at the Office, No. 03 Wall street. WILLIAM WOOD, Manager. OEO. BOROHALL WATT8, Assistant Mansger. Apr_ Smos CLOSING OUT SALE OF THE LONDON WATCH CO. O WING TO THE FAILURE AND SUDDEN CLOS I...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 June 1866

RICE! RICE! No. 193 EAST BAY. J. S. SCHIRMEB, WHOL? SALE DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMES TIC RICE. Au assortment of sll grades con Btantly on hand. _Jup0 aB ICE! ICE! ICE BY THE CARGO. Y AROE OR 8MALL OAROOK8 OF SUPERIOR Bj MAINE ICE dellvorod at any accessible polnto on ino coast. Orders received by "^ JOS. H. DISLEY. Commission Merchant, No. 110 East Ray, corner Accommodation Wharf. Juno FRUITS IN BRAND?. CORDIALS, &c, &c, &_. RECEIVED PKIl IlItlG "HOCKWOOD." Cyt\ CASIS FRUITS IN BRANDY 1 v_ur __,_-. _Q\J 13 cases assorted Cordials J ?ourc&e s itlorcos Superior Wlno Vinegar ibalos Fin?- Bottling Corks Josse 1'sto de folo Oras. IM fi TO nE FJIOM HI?OKNI IMTOBTATIONB, Oases CHATEAU LEUVILLE Cases Marges?:x Mcdoo Casca St. Julien Oases Psullao Oaeoa Iiantz Danae Oases Vin Imperial (Oreen Seal? Moot Ohandon Oases Vin Anglais Baskets Piper's l.eldseick Quarter casks Cordon's Buporlor Amontillado and Palo Sherry. Aim SO doron excellent 8AUTERN, at $5 per dozen 20 dozon Roker...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 29 June 1866

-_-_?.__ \..y VOLUME II....N0. 241.1 CHARLESTON, S. O., FRIDAY. JUNE 99, 1866. T> _? T/"^T_? tlTTrVTI ar.>TT??-__.T_ BT TELEGEAPH. ?_ Congrenslonai. WASHINGTON, Juno 28.-Tho Senato postponed the regular order, wbicli was tho District Suffrage Bill, and took np tho Niagar& Ship Canal Bill, but no conclusion was reached. The HOUBO was engagod on tho Tariff Bill, but very little progress was rando. Somo timo ago tbe House paasod a rcaoluliou calling on the Pre sident to furnish any information in his posses sion, showing whether the officers of the Govern ment bad united in Georgia and other Southern States in^boBtowing honors on Gonfedoratos, liv ing or dead. All the hoads of Departments havo sont in soparato replies, which aro enclosed with the President's Message; each of thom saying iu effect that they havo no information or knowledge of euch conduct. Estimate of the Cotton Crop. NEW YORK, Juno 28. -The Dry Goods Exchango bas concluded an estimate of the growing cotton ?r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 29 June 1866

The Daily lEsTews. FRIDAY MOBNING, JUNE 29, 18G0. [KO- THE DAILY SEWS ] Tilt "Vacant Chair." HY MHS. C. A. lilli Tho cloud which shadowed our onco bright lan? ?t length baa rolled away, _?ir.,iK i,,,? Thou?- tho ran of peace ou BoutUorn Hearts slu-d. hut ThouinAS arma baa oaased, ami those lou? Arerc!"rmurfro,nU?ic.rWani,er.,.P-. to ?.?roll ... lb? light i?r home. Home! Wats world of incinorlos elus'or round that How ."AA-IB and ?Rivera-how tho ?lad puh.es Whan'a?no.g from that well loved s.iot. wo come to It ouco more, - . And soo. unchanged, tu? dew root tree, aud tho old fa ' millar door. in. But ala?! ?las! for thone, who como monning a brokou Grieving for ono whogo light wout out on tho far-oiTflold In vain for Uioni Is tho homestead bright, with flower ota rich and raro; '___, ... Thoy (col but tho aching void within, seo naught but tho "vacant ohalr." IV. Ibo father bows hla statoly head wbtlo toara of nngvtlsli Tho aletera enter their onco glad homo with trembling ' BtepB, a...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 29 June 1866

The Dailv News. FRIDAY MOllNINQ. JUNE 21?, 18CG. COMMERCIAL. Kxuorta for til? Week ?-nillng Juno US. FO-F.ION. 11VERF00L-1er bark Bolon Hands- 213 bales 8 I and 1204 bales Upland Cotton, 11 half chests Tea. Per Br brig Wickopco-164,076 feot Pino Timoor, 582 bbls Spirits Turpentine, 187 bbURoslii. BARB?*U>OEB AND A MARKET-Behr John 8 Lee ISO,000 feet Pino Lumber. COASTWISE DEW YOhK- per steamship K B 8oudor-3 bales 8 I and 72 bales Upland Cotton, 102 balas Yarn. S9 pkga Rosin, 34 pbge..... .Per steamship Moneka 0 bags S I Cotton, 3S4 bales Upland Cotton, 24 bales Yarn, 44 balee Domestics, 407 boxes 8ugsr, 34 pkgs Mil 7.0, 20 Empty Bbls, 105 bxs ando bbls Vegeta liles, 65 hxB Fruit... .Per steamship Quaker City-415 bxs and bbls Vegetables, 01 boxes Peaches, 67 pkgs and 867 boxes Sugar, 3 tierces Rico, 68 empty bbls and carboys, lil bales Upland and 1 bag Sea Island Cot ton, 60 balee Domestic?, 184 bars Iron, 28 chains, 20 Smith's Bellows, and 4 Horses.Per sehr Jonas Smith-105 bajos...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 29 June 1866

THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, O. R. CATHCART, EDITOR. CATHCART, MCMILLAN _ MORTON, PROPRIETORS. !NTo. l8 HAYNE-TREET. 'TERMS-CASH. SUB-.OI-PTION. DAILY-TWLLVK MO.NTHS........ DAILY-?lX y_/.NTH8. DAILY- -_*-_? MONTHS. BINGLE COPIES. TO NEWS DEALERS. LAK?EST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ?TTHK LIST OIT LETTERS re __,..iniii_ In the -PostofRoe at t_e end of eaoh week is ii \__isl_e_ oilloinlly La THK I-AIL Y N _C WS every _F_*i doy morning. IN" ews Summary. In tho extraordinary trial in which a Mrs. BTYEB sought to cstnblish herself as a princess of tho royal family, her mother having boen married to tho Duke of Cumberland, the English Par liament fourni a vordict against the claimant. T ho Times treats tho ca.no as an imposture. Some negroes of Mobilo latoly entered int o a plot, the objout of which was to out ico a, mouibor of tho banking firm of JAMES TAIT St Co., to tho edgo of tho city, murder him and thou possess themselves of his koys to enter and rob t...

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