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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 29 June 1866

Tlie Daily News. FRID?\Y MORNING, JUNE 29, 1866. LOCAL MATTERS. -m+m Sar SES SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. .%? TUB POSTOPPICE.-WO tako pleasuro in calllrg atten tion to tbo communication on this subject, in tho sug gestions of which wo heartily concur. METHODIST Ouuaou IK COUUT.-Tbo Superior Pro voBt Court of this District ??as decided tbo caso of Trus tees of Methodist Episcopal Church M, Dr. Moon in favor of the plilntiff?, and given them possession of the proporty in disputo, but without going into tho ec clesiastical or othor Important questions Involved. TUBNVBBEIN.-We diroct attention to the advertise ment of tho PIo-Nio of this society, to como off on Mon day noxt. Bolvldoro Farm is an oxcollont locality for auch festive rustle renniona, and as no ono knows bettor than tho Gorman how to inako tho most of a holiday, we have no doubt all hands will have a merry time. WJ-JTEHDOBO* MA_K ACADEMY.- It is gratifying to find that reconstruction is going on slowly but steadily; and certainl...

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. — 29 June 1866

THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY Office No. 147 Meeting-street. O O _ST2Sr_=-O TI 01ST S ?WITH AI_ RAILROADS THROUGHOUT, TUX UNITED STATES. Every attention given to the safe Transmission of Freight, Honey, and Valuables. WILL CALL FOR AND D^LIVEB FHEIGHT TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY, FREE OF CHARGE. It. 0. I?LANT, President, Augusts, Qs. April_ BUGER & HASELL, No. 137 MEETING-ST., CHARL.ESTOW. H. .. ______] -LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON RAILWAY SUPPLIES PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINER! SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS COTTON GINS, MILL AND GIN BANDS WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, _a Apru a ___^ VICTORIA HOTEL. F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor. THIS HOTEL l8 NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN. It haa been remodelled and refurnished - h rooghont. The travelling pululo, transient vtaitors, or Other?, will lind In it all tim luxuri?s of o -IRST-0LA88 HTABLISHMliNT, combined with the comforts ol - homo. The location le ono ol the most airy and pleasant for _ um m er. A Billiard Saloon f...

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. — 29 June 1866

SI MIM- SIMILl-U S CURANTUR. nUMPHREY8* II-BICKO- alTIIIC SI'KCIFIDS HAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST AMPLE EXPE RIENCE, an entlrosueco _?.Slmp)o-Prompt-_ili ci?n t nnd Reliable Tlioy aro tho only mcdioluos per fectly adapted to popular use-so slmplo that mistakes cannot bo mailo in using thom ; so hw ml?'un as to be ireo from ?bulger, and so oftlciont n* to bo always relia ble. They havo raised tho l)l?_cst-conimcndatlon from all, and will always roiuler sitlufautlou. ' Couts. No. 1, cures K??VITH, Congestion, In?lnniiuallons.. 25 .? 2, " Worm- Worm-Fever, Worm-Cole 25 .? 8, " Crying Colic, or Teething of In liuits. 23 .? 4, " Diitrrli?_ of Children or Adult?.... 26 .. e, " Dysentery, Griping, Dtttona Gotta... 25 .. 0, " Cliolc.n. iilorbuH, Nausea, Vonilt inff...i...s. ?5 ?./ 7, ?i CoiiglM, Colds, IlroucKltlfl. .. 8, " Neuraltfln, Toothache, Foceaclio.. 25 .' 9, ", IleiMluc?es,8tokHoad_he,|Ver.Igo.. 25 " 10, *? Dyspepsien Billons Stomach. 25 " 11, " Suppress*!!?or Painful Periods..... 25...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 29 June 1866

FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 2<), 1860. OFFICIAL. LIST OF LETTERS Remaining In the Postofflco at Obarlceton. for tho .veek ending JUNE3B, 18CC, and ordered to bo print e d In TBK DAILT NBWS, agrcoably to tho following BOO t ion of tho new Postoflttco Law, as the newspaper having .ko largest circulation bj tho City of Charleston: 9E0TI0N S. And bo it furtbor enacted, That liBts of lnt ' tt?rs remaining uncalled for in any Post?nico in any city, t * ii or village, whoro a iiowspapor ?hall bo printed, ?hall faerealtor bo published once only in the newspaper wMcb, being published weekly or ofUnor, shall bavo tho U? ?r?>?t circulation within range of doll very of tho said ollie??. ??-Persons calling for Letters Advortlsod, should ?t^n thal thoy are "Advertised." 0_r OIUco hours from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. On Ban day?, from 1 o'clock to 2 o'clock, P. M. STANLEY G. TROTT. Acting Postmaster. -WOX^EXNT'S LIST. A A dillaon, Laura E AI s toa, Oathor inoJ S Barker, Martha Burnett, Mary Daru w oil. Do...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 30 June 1866

VV^V- "v-VSf ^ at (XU v Z) \. IV ?f+ VOLUME II....N0. 343] OHARLESTON, S. O., SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1866. PRICE FIVE CENTS. BY TELEGRAPH. -... Washington News. WASHINGTON, June 29-Rumors havo boon ro coivod that Mr. HAIILAN will resign tho Secretary ship of tbo Interior, to bo succeeded by O. H. BBOWNINO. Dispatches announcing tho arrival of tbo Moni tor Miantonomah, with tho vossols accompanying ber, at Queenstown, Ireland, have been roceivod at tho Navy Department. Tho paBSaco was made in 10 days and l8 boura. Tho avorago run por day was 168 milco. Tho heavy woather did not ap pear to affect the monitor, oithor in speed or in causing hor to roll; whilo tho othor vossols wore lurching, about, and their progress chockod by boavy soas, abo wont along comparatively un dieturbod. Congressional. WASHINGTON, Juno 29.-In tho Sonate tho peti tion of ?Uzona of Wilmington, North Carolina, for a lighthouse, waB presented and roceived. A debate occurred on the Telographic and PoBtal Bill and the ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 30 June 1866

The Dailv News. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 18G6. [From the New l'ork Evening Post.] A Hymn to God. In my ?Irenmlug cars I hear Theo Calling, calling thro' tho nlgkt; In my visions Thou art near mo, Filling my closed eyes with light. Still, so close, I ?lo not fear Tboe, Nor lor worlds would I awako; yo--, I hoar each music-number Stealing through my body's sluiubor That Thy gohlon foot-falls make. From tho soft couch whoro V-r sinking, , . Fay m tho silken curtalus shrluklng, From my silent heart retiring, Then escaped each dark sin's leavon, If my raptured soul aspiring Through my shrouded eyes to heaven, And tho perinoatlug droau-u Every swott thought lu mo drinking, Flashing up Uko morning beams. Spreading out, lu soul-llko ?treains, Through my slumbering form aro sinking. Down tho night from tho Elysian FleldB of light above mo lying, Cross the sun-glaro of my vision, Do I seo ttiino angels Hy lug - Do I soo their whito roben iluttor, Do I hear their ?old harps ringing. And Thy ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 30 June 1866

Tlie Dailv News. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 18C?. LAB?EST CIKCULATION IN THE ?STATE, -AKtiEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY, ?TTHE LIST OF" LETrKRS re mulnh-K in the I?otstofrioe ut the end of euoh weeli is _?\xr>lisnecl oilloinllj la TH_? DAILY JST-i^WS every PVi ?lay moniinu. A. a- _1 1ST rJ? s Xhe following aro tho Agents for this paper: W. A. HEMINGWAY, Genoral TraveUng and Collect tug Agent. Rov. COLIN MUR0UI80N, Oonoral TraveUng ano Collecting Agent. TOWNSEND A ?OUTII, BooksoUors and Stationers, Columbia, 8. O. Col. J. J. RYAN, BarnwoU, 8. 0. F. M. TRIMMIER, Spartan Office, Spartanburg, 8. 0, 4. T. DUB0I8, Marion. 0. 8. HARBY, Sandy Ford P. 0., Madison co., Fla. PATRIOE k HUVEY, Macon, Georgia. R. A. MCKNIGHT, UnlonvlUe. J. Y. H. WILLIAM8. Clinton. 8. 0. 1. R. ALLEN. Chester 0. II., 8. 0. JOSEPH H. 8EAKK, " New South," Huton Head. W. 8. LANCE, Grahamville P. O., Boaufort, 8. 0. B. F. BRADFORD, Waltorboro', 8, O. ti. L. DARR, Sumter, 8. 0. rllAD. 0. ANDREWS, Orangeburg, 8. 0. 3. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 30 June 1866

THE CHARLESTON HAILY MWS, G. R. CATHCART, EDIIOS. CAFIICART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. <%'o. IB HAYNE-STREET. !T_i_ti>s_s-ajf_si3: BUB?OIU'ITION. DAILY-TWfcLVE MONTHS. DAILY-SIX VONTH8. PAILY--'-''*EE MONTHS.... BINGLE 00PIE8. T0NEW8 DEALERS. LARUEST CIRCULATION IN TUE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. jarTHK LIST OF _._,TT_JK.3 re moiuinK in trie Postoffloe at trie end of euoh week ia r>_r>lisried offioially 1_ THK D-vI_.Y NB3TVS every lTxl day mornin?. ISTews Summary. The Stato Senate of Connecticut ratified tho Constitutional Amondmont on tho evening of tho 25th. Alargo boat which had just arrived in Rich mond from Lynchbnrg suuk in the canal at tho landing juat bolo w tho Sovonth-Btreetk bridge, and the whole cargo has to ho fished out. Tho Stato election in Toxaa took placo on Mon day. It ?B generally supposed that the Conserva tivo ticket-JAMES TnnooKMOUTON for Govornor will be elected by a large majority. The new con atitution, placing freed*-en on...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 30 June 1866

The Daily _S~ews. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 80, 18G6. LOCAL MATTEBS. ?*? ?BT SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAQBS. -f? . ? m THANKS.-Wo ?ir . Indebted to tho Southorn Express Company, and also to tho National Express and l rans porlatlon Company, for dally favors in tho shape of the latest papors from points noir and dlstaut. Their po Utencss and courtesy aro duly appreciated. CONCERT AT THE BATTERY by tho Sixty Infantry Band. rnoonAMME. 1. Klsogomarch, StrPrlostor. Opera Athalia. 2. Selection, Thomas' Opera, Lo Calrl. 3. Waltz, Sorgenhro' her. 4. Selection, Opera Lo Prophoto. 6. Gallop, from Opera Faust. 6. Cavatina, Opora Ernanl. 7. yiilckstep, My Angel. -0 THE PAVILION HOTEL.-TI.ia old and favorite houso, under tho ablo monagomont of Mr. BUTTERFIELD, who has, for so many years, given rost to the weary and food to the hungry,-is fast regaining Its anotent pretligc as ono of the boat hotols in tho olty. Aud none is moro deserving of this pre-omlnonco; for everything a reason able man could wish...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 30 June 1866

N. York Advertisement* FUItMTL'UE ! FURNITURE ! WIIOLESAL ?"A ND RETAIL DEGRAFF & TAYLOR. NOB. 87 k 89 BOWERY & C5 CHRY8TIE-8TREET HAVE THE BEST ASBOnTED STOCK OF PAHLOR, DINING-ROOM AND BED-ROOM FUH:LNTITUJEIE, PRING BEDS AND BEDDING, IN TUB UNION. OUR FACILITIES FOR MANUFACTURING AT LOW PRICES doly competition. STEAMERS AND HOTELS FURNISHED FOR STYLE AND QUALL TY Wo refer y ou on board of the Hudson Bl vor Steam e r s , BT. JOHN and DEAN RICHMOND. Puller's Patent Hair-Spring Mattresses FIVE STATE PBEMIUM8 AWARDED, jan e 21 _thatuCmo JOHN B. FULLER, MANUFACTURER k DEALER Ho. 8 DEY-STREET, NEW YORK, flu in store and ready for immediate shipment and io manufacturing to order, PORTABLE AND BTATIONABY STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, o 250 horse power; Circular and Upright Saw Mills o ? most approved construction, of all sizes, cutting 7W O 10BO feet of lumber per hour; Grist Mills, MB1 Irons, Water Whoolri, and evory kind of Mill Machinery; Sngai ; ahilar Paper and Ml"'"g Machinery;...

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. — 30 June 1866

CLOSING OUT SALE OF THE LONDON WATCH CO. O WING TO THE FAILURE AND SUDDEN CLOS ING of tbo works and business of tho LONDON WATCH COMPANY, A largo number of fino WATCUES, manufactured espe cially for tbo United States, being hcavv, first-class tlino keepcrs, intended to stand hard uBage and sudden changes of temporatnro, aro left lu our banda for imme diate sale, AS ageuts of tho Company, wo aro obliged to dispose of this stock for cash in tho ?liortcB t possiblo timo. Wo have, tboref? re, decldod on tho plan annexed as the ouo that will be productivo of tho doslred result. This plan gives ovory ouo an opportunity of obtaining flrst-claBB timo-kcopors at a prioo that all can com marni. As every certificate represents a Watch, thoro aro no blanks, and every one wbo invests In this salo MUST got a Watch at hall tho retail prico at lo-t, and if at all fortunate, o: o to wear with prldo thrungli Ufe. Remittances may be made at our risk In registered letters or by express, or poatofflce o...

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. — 30 June 1866

Th.e Daily^l^jew?S. SATUltDAY MOUNING, JUNK 30. WOO._ Plating Mr. DavU In Irons. Ou tho- morning of ino 23d of May, a yet St orer trial was i atoro for tho proud spint-a . rial Bovorer, prooably, than has over in modern mes boon inflicted upon any Otto who had enjoyed uch eminence. This morning Jefferson Davie waH abacklcd. It was wliilo all tho swarming camps of tho armies ot the Potomac, the Tounosseo and Geor x ?a,-over two hundred thousand bronzod and aurolod veterans- were prepariug for tho Grand Boviow ol' the next morning, in which, passing in endless succession before the mansion of the President, tim conquoriiig military powor of tho nation waa to lay down ita arm* at tho feet of tho oi vii authority, that the following sceuo wasonact o d at Fort Monroe : Captain Jerome E. Titlow, of the 3d PonuBylva aia Artillery, ontcred tho prisoner's coll, followod the bluckBinitli of tho tort and his assistant, ho latter carrying iu II?B hands BOIUO heavy and arshly-rattling shackles. ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 July 1866

VOI^lVt? II? No. " i i ii A j_. ^.? -^ ''^ = m -^^^^^ j| ^ -s-'OHA^^^ BY TELEGRAPH. Washington Raws. WASHINGTON June 80.-Major-General JOHN .rcPE euceeedB General HOOKER, who has been re? lieved from duty in New York, on account of con? tinued il? health. General HANCOCK takes POPE'S jplace in the We8t. A Special Committee of the Senate have agreed to report a bill appropriating $4,000,000 for tem? porary repairs of the Mississippi levees. The bill will pass the Senate, and several prominent mem ifoerti of the House have indicated an intention to vote iot it. * The total receipts from internal revenue, cua <tome, direct taxeB, salea of public landa and miscellaneous sources for the fiscal year ending to? day will, it is estimated at the Treasury Depart? ment, reaoh $050,000,000. The receipts from in iernal revenue, aa estimated, will be $370,000,000. From direot tax about $2,000,000. From salea of public Ianda $600,000. From mieceUaneous aour cea $65,000,000. The President pardon...

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. — 2 July 1866

The Daily ISTews. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1866. Foreign Immigration. For the following timely hints on this subject we are indebted to our neighbor, the Weekly Becord: There are two great prejudices now cherished in some Southern minds against white immigra? tion. The first relates to the introduction of strangers into our lovely and fruitful country; the ' other relates to the impracticability of thek resi? dence in the South. We call them prejudices, for they are nothing more, being with-?ut a basis of sound reason. Who were our grandfatners? Frenoh Protes? tants, English, Scotch, Irish and Germans. Who are we? Nothing more nor less than their de? scendants. Shall we presume to set up a law of exclusiveness against the further introduction of the races of which we are direct descendants? The attempt, is unreasonable; it is absurd and puerile. We have no sneers for those who aro able to boast a noble ancestry-albeit we may not think it of much practical value in this living age of ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 July 1866

Tlie Daily ISTews MONDA.i' MORNING;, JULY 2, 1866. dOMMER?lAL. Exports? NEW YORK-Pet steamship Saragossa-469 bales Up? land Cotton, 8 bales SI Cotton, 202 packages Fruits and Vegetables, 20 bales Domestics, 69 bbls Rosin, 706 boxeB SugaTT'47 packages Tobacco, 350 packages Sundries, ana 1 Horse. The Charleston Cotton Market. - On Saturday last the market was at a stand, and we Leard of aaleB of only nine baleB Low Middling Cotton, at 30c ft. Savannah Market. SAVANNAH, June 29.-EXCHANGE.-In Sterling there ( ls very little doing. Some Bales bave been made within j the past few days at 52c premium. New York Sight bas , been Bold outside at )?(a,)>? $ cent oft; bank rates for j selling % fi cent off. COTTON.-During the past week the market has been rather quiet, with very little variation in prices. To-day j we quote Cotton as follows: ?Ordinary.31 @ Low Middling.32J?@S3J? Middling.84 @36 Striot Middling.36 @35>i 43ood Middling.- @36 . In Sea Islands there has been no transactions ...

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. — 2 July 1866

THE CHARLESTON M1L? NBWS, G. R. CATHCART, BDITO*. CATHCART, McMELLAN ? MORTON, PROPRI??TOB8, Sdi 18 HAYNE-STREET. :THBM8-CA8H. SFBSOBPPTION. DAILY-TWELVE MONTHS....^.~?810.00 BAILY-^SIX VC/NTHS.?.?..3.00 DAILY- -TFT?EE MONTHS.-.A'50 ?i?ratE COPIES.5 CE?T? ?0 NEWS DEALERS.3 ***** LARQEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ?st-TUBS LIST OP LETTERS rei mainifiK in the Postoffice at the ena of each, week is published officially In THE DAIXiY NEWS every Fri day morning._- _( .i ;News Summary. Eight hundred and sixty thousand dollars have been subscribed toward the Knoxville and Cin? cinnati Railroad. THROOKMOBTON, the conservative candidate for Governor of Texas, received a large majority in Galveston ou Monday at the election, and will most probably be eleoted. The Union Bank of Tennessee has acknowledg? ed tho validity of Confed?rate obligation a, and the rebel debts in that community are being paid in currency. , Bevon new oases of cholera were reported in Eliz...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 July 1866

The ' Dailyj^ews. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1866. LOCAL JMLATTERS. aa-sss SBCOND'AND THIRD PAGES, t? MESSRS. BOINEST* B?BKE have our thanks for a copy of the July uumber of Harper's Magazine. OUTRAGE IN ARCHDALE STREET.-Last night a lady Iking in the neigh lorhood of tho English Lutheran I ireh in Archdale-?treet, was struck by a brick thrown by jue of a riotous party of negroes near by. She was knocked down and seriously inj ured. THE IDEA I-"Moonlight on tho sea" has long been a favorite theme with ye loyyers and the poets. Captain WILLEY, ever thoughtful, bas taken the idea to give a practical illustration of this sentimental situation, and accordingly designs propelling his Idea into the harbor this evening. See advertisement. Trna SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR for inly, 1866, published i at Athens, Qa., has come to hand. The number ap? pears to be well gotten np, and contains numerous articles of striking interest on various agricultural sub jeots. The work is published at a low price and ...

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. — 2 July 1866

6 N. York Advertisements, = BOYLAN & TUJERS, MANUFACTUREES OF, AND WHOLESALE DEAL ERS in, WHITE LEAD, ZINC FAINTS, COLORS VARNISHES, ko. No. 93 MAIDEN LANE, New York, Orders by mail promptly attended to. Mat?-'!1 wfm Ivt FTJENITURKI PTJRNITURKI AT G. W S.VEDEN & CAMPBELL,'?, ESTABLISHED, No. 263 BOWERY, N. Y., 1812. ALL KINDS OF FURINITURE AT WHOLESALE and Retail;LOOKING GLASSES, BEDDING, kc, el ow a notion prices. M&- Orders faithfully and promptly attended y KW??._tuthsSmos Ap IMMENSE IMPROVEMENT 19 STEAM. HICE'S PATENT DIRECT ACTING, RECIPROCA? IN ?-PISTON (DOUBLE CUT-OFF) STEAM EN? GINES. BATE 76 FEB OENT. In spaa, weight, transportation, friction and parts over the beat engines, with gr sa' ?cono my in steam and repairs. The cheapest, simplest mut e emmet and durable made. Adapted to all purpose? Vor circular address the HICKS ENGINE 00., No, 8' Libert y-gtreet Npw York. wa6mo December 3? PUMPS!,PUMPS! PUMPS! Steam, Force, Suction and Lifting- Pompi OF EVERY DESCRIP...

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. — 2 July 1866

SIMILI! SIM?LIB?S CURANT?R. HUMPHREYS' HOMOEOPATHIC SPECIFICS HAVE PROVED, PROM THE MOST AMPLE EXPE RIENOE, an entire aucoeBs : Simple-Prompt-Effi? cient and Reliable. They are the only mediolnes per? fectly adapted to popular ase-so simple that mist?is os cannot be made in using them; so harmless as to be , tree from danger, and so efficient as tot>e always relia? ble. They have raised the highest commendation from all and wiU always render satisfaction. cents No. 1, cures Fevers, Congestion, Inflammations.. 26 I ?? 2 " Worms Worm-Fever, Worm-Colo.. 26 1 ?? 8, " Crying Colic, or Teething of In? lauts. 26 ? Diarrhoea of Children or Adults.... 26 ? 6, " Dysentery, Griping, Bilious Colic... 26 6, .. Chole i a Morbus, Nausea, Vomit? ing...? 26 .< 7, << Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis. S, " Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache.., 25 ?? 9, ?,s Headaches, Bloh Headache,|Vertigo.. "28 .< 10, " Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach....:.-. 25 " ll, " Suppressed, or Painful Periods...26 ?' 12, " Whi...

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. — 2 July 1866

T-ie Daily JSTews? MONDAY- MORNING, JULY 2, 1866. Oo> ?rt of General Sessions and Common ??.? Pleas. Court met ami was organized at 10, A. M. Tiw case of the State wi. J. F. W. FBEEZE for Larceny .was io;urned. The Attorney-General appeared for the tato '.ind R. W. FETMOUB, Esq., for the defence. The following jury was empanrelled: Z. B.'OAKES, Fortiiian; 0. VOIGT, 0. VOLMEB, C. COLSON, J. A. PI,OI I?KB, C. WATERMAN, P. WALOH, W. G. TROTT, DEN -JIIS ?\ ALLAGHAN, F. B." JACOBOUSKI, J. H. PAOLS, O. "Xu? KM AN. Tip. indictment charged J. F. W. FBEEZE, In the Dia? ries ? Charleston, with stealing machinery, the prop ?ty <?!' ,V. ROBINSON, Exfcutor. I>:. Tho?. Pinckney deposed: That he is interested in -fcc * .- laio of Mrs. Lowndes, of which Mr. Robinson is ^r-xeciHu''; on the : as t of May received information that ft he m ill on Santee had been entered and the machinery ?toleu; suspected that ll had been carried to Oharles .*n, and notified parties here; a beater, rotier, pul...

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