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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 July 1866

(rarleston W'V'V VOLUME II....N0. 343.1 CHARLESTON, S. C, MONDAY. JULY 3, 1866. PRICE FIVE CENTS. BY TELEGRAPH. -- ?.? - Washington Now?. WADDINGTON Juno 30.-Major-Gonoral JOHN PCPE tucceeda General HOOKES, who haa beon re lieved from duty in Now York, on accouut of con tinued ill health. General HANCOCK takea PorE's place in the Weat. A Special Committee, of tho Sonato havo agreed to report a bill appropriating $4,000,000 for tem porary repairs of the Mississippi levees. Tho bill will pass tho Sonato, and several prominent mem bers of tho Houao havo indicated an intention to Vote for it. Tho total receipts from internal revenue, cus toms, direct tax?e, sales of public lands and miscellaneous noiircea for the fiscalyoar ending to day will, it l8 estimated at tho Treasury Depart ment, reach $550,000,000. The receipts from in ternal revonuo, aB estimated, will bo $370,000,000. From direot tax about $2,000,000. From sales of public lands $000,000. From miscellaneous aour . ces $C5,000,...

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 News. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 180G. Foreign Immigration. For the following timely hints on this Bubject .wo aro indobtod to our neighbor, tho Weekly Ilecord: There arc two groat prejudices now cherished in eomo Southoru ulna against whito immigra tion. Tho first relatos to tho introduction of straugers into our lovely and fruitful country; the other relates lo tho impracticability of their ?csi donco in tho .South. ... ., . Wo call them prejudices, for they arc nothing moro, being with ?I a baale of ?omul reason. Who were our grandfathers? trench Profaw tenu, English. Scotch, Irish and Gormans. Who aro we? Nothing moro nor loss than thoir do ?condants. Shall wo presumo to sot up a law of oxclusivouoss against tho further introduction of tho races? of which wo aro direct descendants? Tho attempt io unreasonable; it is absurd and puerile. Wo havo uo eneera tor thoso who aro ablo to boast a noble ancestry-albeit wo may not think it of much practical valuo In this living ago o...

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. — 2 July 1866

The ?ailv USTews. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 18?G. COMMERCIAL. Exports. NEW YORK-Per steamship Saragossa-459 bales Up land Cotton, S bales 8 I Cotton, 202 packages Fruits and Vegetables, '.0 bales Domestics, 69 bbls Rosin, 700 boxes Sugar, 47 packages Tobacco, 350 packagos Sundries, and 1 Hoi BO. Tho Charleston Cotton Market. On Saturday last tho markot was at a stand, and wo heard of eales of only nine bales Low Middling Cotton, at 30c. <p lb. Savannah Market. SAVANNAH. Juno 29.-EXCHANGE.-In St?rung there is very little doing. Some nilen havo been made within tho past few days at 6'2o premio ni. New York Sight has been sold outside at )iQ$}i ti cent oil; bank rates for selling >," V cent off. COTTON.-During tho past week the markot has been rather quiet, with vory little variation in prices. To-day wo quoto Oottou as follows : Ordinary.31 @ Low Middling.32>?@33>? Middling.34 @35 Strict Middling.35 @35>i Good Middling.- @3G lu Sea Islands there has boon no transactions d...

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 DAILY ?BWS, Q. R. CATHCART: BDITOI. CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PR0PRIETOB8. \'o. l8 HAYNE-STREET. ITBRMS-OASH. SrBSORIPTION. DAlLY-TWtLVB M?NTHS.-..810.00 DAILY-SIX y VNTRS. .5.00 DAILY- -VIr:*KE MONTHS.?.SO BTNGLE0OPU?8.? cents TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents LARUEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITF. srTHB LIST OP JLIB?TTH?RS re mninins in the Poetoffioe at the ?ml of euora week is published o?tloinlly In TUBS I->A.IXiY NEJ^WS every BV1 day morning. News Summary. Eight hundred and sixty thousand dollars have beon Bubscribod toward the Knoxville and Cin cinnati Railroad. THROCKMORTON, the conservativo candidate for Governor of Texas, received a large majority in Galveaton on Monday at tho election, and will moat probably bo oleoted. Tho Union Bank of Tennessee has acknowledg ed tho validity of Confodorato obligations, and tho robot debts in that community aro being paid in curreuoy. Seven now casos of chilera wera roportod in Elizabeth, N. J....

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

The Daily USTe^ws. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1866. LOCAL MATTERS. in-. StT BSE SECOND AND THIRD PA ORE. -tjt? MBSSIIK. BOIHKST ck BURKE hovo our thanks for a copy of tho July nambor of Harper's Magazine. OUTRAGE IN ARCHDALE STREBT.- Last night a lady walking in tho nolgh'jorhood of the English Lutheran Church in Archdale-?lreot, was struck by a brick thrown by one of a riotous party of negroes noar by. >-he was knocked down aud seriously injured. THE IDEA (-"Moonlight on tho sea" has long been a favorito tbomo with yo lovyers and tho poets. Captain WILLEY. orer thoughtful, bas taken the Idea to give a practical illustration of this soutimontal si t .?ation, and accordingly designs propelling his Idea into the harbor this evonlug. Soo advertisement. THE SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR for July, 18CC, published at Athens, 9a., has como to hand. The numbor ap pears to be well gotten np, and contains numerous articles of striking Interest on various agricultural sub jects. The work is publlshod at...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 July 1866

N. York Advertisements BOYLAN & T?ERS, TMTANUFAOTURKRS OF, AND WHOLESALE DEAL JDL ERS in, WRITE LEAD. ZINO PAINTS. OOLORB VARNISHES, kc. No. 03 MAIDEN LANE, Now York, Orders by mall promptly attended to. Marvh -it wfm IT ~BTJ&NirrUJElICl rTJ?NITXJIt.BI AT G. W S.NKD1C1V di CAMPBELL'S, ?8TABLI8HED, No. 203 BOWERY, N. Y" 18*2, A LL KINDS OF FUIIINITURE AT WHOLESALE J\. and Retail; LOOKING GLAbSEB, BEDDING, &0., oiow auction prices. tar Orders faithfully and promptly attondod y ??il. tnths3nios_ft|i ?-IHME??3?~IMPR0VEMENT I? ST KAM. HICK'S PATENT DIRECT AOTING, REODPROOAT ING-PI8TON (DOUBLE CUT-OFF) STEAM EN Q1HK8. BAT?: 76 nat OBST, in space, weight, transportad?", -friction and parts ovor tho best engines, with gres ooono my in steam and repairs. Tho cheapest, simplest most o ompact and durable mado. Adapted to all purposes For ol rcular address tho HICKS ENGINE CO., No. ?. Libert v-atrwt. Nnw York. wstlmo Dooombor 2' HPUMPS! PUMPS! PUMPS! Steam, Force, Suction anil Lifti...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 July 1866

?SIMILI! SIMILIBUS C?RANTVR. HUMPHBEYS' HOMOEOPATHIC HI?EC1FIC8 HAVE PBOVED, FROM THE MOoT AMPLE EXPE BIENOE, an entlro success : 81mplo-Prompt- Effi cient and Reliable They are tho only medidnos per fectly adaptod to popular uee-so simulo that mistakes cannot bo made in using them; so harmless as to be free from danger, and BO efficient as to bo always rolla ble. They have raised tho highest commendation from all, and will always render satisfaction. Cents. No. 1, cures Fevers, Congestion, Inflammations.. 25 " 3, " Worins Worm-Fever, Worm-Colo.. 25 " 3, .. Crying Colic, or Teclhlng of In finit?. 2? " 4, " Dliiriltot-a of Children or Adults.... 26 " 6, " DyHfiita-ry, Orlplng, Bilious Collo... 25 .? 6. " Chole a. ftlorlms, Nausoa, Vomit ing. 25 " 7, N Cougtis, Colds, Bronchitis. .' 8, " NctiriilKla, Toothache, Fnceacho.. 26 " 0, " Homliicli?-?, SlckIIcadacho,|Vortigo.. 26 " 10, " iiynpi'iiHlH, Bilious Stomach.v25 .' 11, " Supprvssi-il, or Palatal Periods. 25 .. 12, " AVliltt-s, too p...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 July 1866

?F ie Daily ISTe^ws. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 18GG. Oe arl of General Sessions nml Common 1'li-ns. Court mot and was organir.rtl at 10, A. M. The ? ?se of tho Stato sa J. F. W. nan? for Larceny wau umniod. Tho Attornoy-Oonorai appeared for tho Uti ?d R W. SEYMOUR. Esq.. for ihodefonco. T?io following jury was ompantcllrd: Z. B. OAZEB, ?oro I ?tatt; 0. VOIOT. 0. VoLMEB. 0. COLSON, J. A ?un?..!:... a VATKIIMAN. P. WALCH, W. G. TnOTT.DEN WtB l>' Al.LA?HAN. F. B. JACODOUSKI, J. H. PAULS, O. XIJI-1.N Th ti.tllctmeut chsrgcd J. F. W. FnEKZE, In tbo Die ri? ? vi (Uiarlcfcton, vrlth stealing machinery, tho prop ?srtv cn.. ROBINSON, Executor. IV : i.os. Ptnckney deposed: That ho is lntoroitcd in It- . ,Ut?of Mrs. Lowndes, of which Mr. Robinson is ?B~xt*?.t; ti : ; on the 'oat of May received Information that '?I be tui.i ou Sauteo had been entered and tho machinory toi. i!. suspected that it had beon carried to Charles .oii, and notified parties hero; a beater, roller, pulloys, . Xfi-iitii...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 3 July 1866

VOLUME II....N0. 944.1 CHARLESTON, S. O., TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1866. PRICE FIVE CENTS. BY TELEGRAPH. ... LATER FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAL OF THE BREMEN. COMMENCEMENT OF HOSTILITIES, N EW YORK, July 2_Tho steamship Bremen has arrived with tlatoB to Juno 20. Prussia and Italy had formally declared war against Austria. Tho Prussians ontorod Drosdon June 19, tho Jiiug of Saxony withdrawal?: to Bohemia. His army etTootod a junction with the Austriane. Diplomatic relations havo boon broken botwoen ?Prussia and Bavaria. The Prussians occupy Ilanovor and threaten Frankfort. An engagement took place botweon the Prus sians and Hessians noar Frankfort, in which a regiment of the latter were almost entirely annihilated. The Austriane aro hourly expected in Saxony. The States of Oldenburg and Anhalt have with drawn from the Confederation. A battle is expected near Frankfort, before which place are assembled thirty to fifty thousand Federal troops. The Federal plan of operations is said to be for tlio reco...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 3 July 1866

The Daily N"ews. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 3,1866. [C04UIUNIOATF.I1.] 8lNT JEEMES' PAHIHII. Mr. Editur: I sposo you boam toll of aiob a placo au Bint Jeemes' Tarisb. Well, I'so a livin thar riht mong Undo Ban?'a starvin niggers. Now, Mr. Editur, I ain't no politiciun, I ain't no Bpccilatur, a plantin cotton on other people's land, I aint sucked no guvermcut pap siuco tho bust up; but as poor old Aunt LUEO? used to say, JKI.MKM, my boy, you ain't no fool. No I ain't ; I'so got oyos fur to ?00 and brains fur te know what's what. I soos Uncle Sam's swarm of Agents ain't a brawlin long boro, nor his spocilaturs to help poor Cutty, and tharupon I knows 'taiut arter holpin poor Cliffy iu tho piuy woods those follera are a drivin. Comin to the piut, what aro they driviu arter? Why, incourse, artor a holpin thom no1 von whar Cutty's work grows tho most. I call this yor arguyin squar up. Now, Mr. Editur, I'so a oloau, squar and strait ANDY JOHNSON man, and if ho ain't got no likiu far barwteckri...

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. — 3 July 1866

Tile JDnilv IST e ws. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 18(?G. (JOMMK?iOlAL. The CimMi>inii Cotton Market. Tho cotton raarkol wa? quiot yesterday, and it was tlifllcnlt to mnbn ?ales except at a docllno. Thcro was about 40 bali'? dispostd of at 32 cents for middling, 28 oents for low middling, aud 20 cents por lb for repacked. Mobile Dlarkst. MOBILE, Juno 29.-COTTON.-Tho extremely dull Btato of tho Cotton market tbo pat>t week, thoro being onlj so ' c 400 bales sold, and tho irregularity and un certainty of tho Hold tuarkot, has tcuded to weaken trad o to somo extent; yet our grocery and provision dealers say that thoro has been a moro lively trado in tholr Hue than has boen observed for sovoral weeks past. Prices, SB will bo scon by the annexed tables, havo changed but little, and our merchants are well supplied With good stocks of all articles. The demand to-day was vory light, only lower grades offering. Quod Cottons aro held under limit. Halen of CO bales ?ero made. Tho following w...

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. — 3 July 1866

THE CHARLESTON BAILY NEWS, G. R. CATHCART, EDITOR. CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. '^o. l8 HAYNE-STREET. ITEIWLVE.S-O.A.SH BUBSORI'PTION. DAILY-TWLLVB MONTHS.-?10.00 DAILY-SIX MONTHS.8,0W DAILY-THTaKE MONTHS.*,5? BINGLE COPIES.Scent? TO NEWS DEALERS.a cents LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. U-THK IJIST OF XJB3TTBJRS re rnninin? In the Fostofnoe ut the end o? euch weehc is i??xt?llsne<? officially In THB D-ZVIT-JY NEWS every Fri dny morning. News Summary. Three porsona diod of auuatroko in Now York Juno 29th. Tho Norfolk Old Dominion classifies tho political partios in Virginia as National Union men, Radical Union men ami anciont DonioorA te. A Hartford (Ct.) paper roports that Mrs. E. WALJIEA, wifo of a machinist in that city, has fallon hoir to a fortuno ia England estimated at $35,000,000. Tho bogus Senators from Colorado aro still hanging arouud tho Capitol endeavoring to force through tho fraud of making that depopulated and isol...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 3 July 1866

Tlie Daily USTews. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 186G. LOCAL MATTERS. -#>?. j?- SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAOES.-&? TUB SOUTIIF.IIN Exrnass COMPANY has favored us with lato Savannah papers. To ouu FBIEND, C. F. VOQLF.B, NO. 108 Markot-etrcot, wo aro indebted for tho latest pictorials and Northern papers gouorally- whoro thoy eau alwajs be had if ap plied for early. -o 8K1Z0BK.-It was ?totsd yesterday that tho British schoonor Aid and cargo, from Matanzas, now in this port, had been seized for au alleged violation of the revenue laws. COIIONEU'B INQUEST.-Tho lnqucit In tho caso of BBAKTTonD is boing couducted with vigor. For pru dential reasons, furthor testimony Is withheld at pre sent. Tue RED LAMP, BO notorious of lato, has been changed to blue; aud the proprietor of that well-known bar la exerting himBolf to chango and Improve ita character. Wo wish him aucoeas. EXHIBITION AT TUB COLLEGE.- Tho advertisement in another column apoaks for itself. Our readers should not fail to peruse I...

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. — 3 July 1866

N. York Advertisements. FUUMTUIO ! FUKXITUKE! WHOLESAL E~A N D RETAIL. DEGRAFF &. TAYLOR, NOS. 87 A 89 BOWERY & ?? CD.BY8TIE-8TREET HAVE IDE MEST AFSOIITED BTOCK OF PARLOR, DINING-ROOM AND BED-ROOM FURlsriTTJJRE, TRINCr BEDS AND BEDDING, IN THK ?MON. O OB FACILITIES FOR MANUFACTURING AT LOW PRICES dofy com petition. 8TEAMERS AND HOTELS FURNISHED FOR STYLE AND QUALI TY We refer you on board of the Hudson River 8team o r s , ST. JOHN and DEAN RICHMOND. Fuller's Patent Hair-Spring Mattresses FIVE STATE PREMIUMS AWARDED. Juno 21 InstuGmo JOHN B. FULLER, .MANUFACTURER & DEALER, Wo. 8 DEV-HTKKET, HEW YORK, Haa in ?toro and ready for immediate shipment, and is mannfaoturing to order, PORTABLE AND STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, 0 200 horse power; Circular and Upright Saw Mills oi < most approved construction, of all sises, ontting 70f 0 1000 feet of lumbor per hour; Grist Milln, Mill Irons, Water Wheels, and evory kind of Mill Machinery ; Bagai Milla, Paper and Mining ...

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. — 3 July 1866

KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY. Drawn Daily at Covington, Ky. MURRAY. EDDY & CO., MANAGERS. Tickets from SI to i$30. CIRCULARS SENT FBEE OF CHARGE. ORDERB for T10KET8 in the obovo LOTTERY promptly at tended to. Drawings mailed as soon as tho Lottery Is drawn. II. vana Plan Lottery-80,000 'lict.it s ; 6P6 Prizes. Capital Prise, f n 0,000. Draws the ICth and Bist of each mouth. Address H. T. PETERS, U. 8. Licensed Afcent, No. 00 Hasel street, or Hoy Box 62, Po.tomeo, April 11 Smos THE ENGLISH AMI AMRIIJAN BANK, lilMITED. INtJORPOHATED VNBER "THE COMPA NIES' ACT, 180?." AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ??1,800,000, I IN 60,000 SHARES OF ?30 EACH. First IBBUO, 30,000 Shares, and tho romainder to bo Is sued as may be required, under the sanction of a O en crai Meeting. THE ENGLISH & AMERICAN BANK, LIMITED, Having opened Offloos at No. 63 WALL STREET, NEW YORK, is prepared to seU Ullis of Exchange on the BNGU8H AND AMERICAN BANK (LIMITED), Lon don, and on the UNION BANK OF LONDON; to buy Bills of Excha...

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. — 3 July 1866

Tiie Daily !N"ews. TUESDAY MORNINQ, JULY 3, 1806. BY YESTERDAY'S MAIL. Congrcstitonul. TUE NATIONAL TELUOUAPH DILL Was passed by tho Sonato Juuo 29th, by tho fol owing vote : Yeas-MCSHVB. Anthony, Brown, Counoss, Cra Sin, Ertniuv.elH, Fossondon, FoBtor, Harris, Howo, :irkwoo'i, Ponioroy, Shoruian, Spraguo, Stewart, Wada and Williams-16. Naps -Messrs. Buckalow, Clark, Cowan, Doo ?."llo.'Guthrio, Hondricke, Howard, Morgan, Nye, Sumner, Van Wiuklo, Willoy and Wilson-13. A?? passod tho bill pr?vidos : SECTION 1. That any Telegraph Company now organizod, or authorized to bo organizod, undor the laws of any Stato of this Union, shall havo tho right to construct, maintain, and oporato liuos of t elograph through and over any portion of tho public IHIKIH of tim Unitod StatOB, ovor and ulong any of tho military or post roads of tho United Stuten which havo boon or may boreaftor bo de clared such by act of Congress, and ovor, undor, or across tho navigablo streams or waters of tho Unitod Stat...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 4 July 1866

barkstmt VOLUME II....N0. 275.1 CHARLESTON, S. O., WEDNESDAY. JULY 4, 1866. PRICE FIVE CENTS BY TELEGRAPH. _.?*.-? . Additional Foreign New? l>y tlie Culta. NEW YOIIK, July 3.-The report of tho Jamaica .Conimiaaiou of Inquiry ha d boon prosoutod to Parliament. Tho Commissioners commend the prompt and ouorgetic action of Govornor EYRE on tho Cn.it nena of tho outbreak, but roudornn bim foi- allowing martial law- to continuo aftor tho outbreak had boon suppressed, and for not exercising a proper coutrol over thoso seat out against tho blacks. Thoro ie no evidence, they _ eay, of an intended gouoral insurrection of tho mt blacka. Mr, EYRE is not to bo reinstated aa Gov B crnor of Jamaica. r A communication from Paris statos that the United States Cabinet had inado a positivo non intervention agroomont with NAPOLEON as regarda Mexico, and that it is ia tho faith of this under standing that tho French troops aro to be with drawn. VicTou EMANUEL has issuod a stirring mani festo to tho ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 4 July 1866

Tlie Daily !3S"ews. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY -, 18G6. LATE PUni-ICATlOIVS. MAJOR JACK DOWNINO'B Lr.TTEiis.-VAN EvniE, Hon TON & Co., Now York, havo troatod our old friend, tho Mfljor, to a now suit of his favorite "popper and salt" JeauB. In other words, ihoy havo republishod theso let ters. During tho war, wo every uow and thou got a gllmpso of these humorous sketches of "Llnkln and tho War;" but only as a friendly paper containing it would uiako ita way I brough tho blockade But hero wo havo tho wholo scries in a "leo volume,-tho same adorned with a life-liko counterfeit of tho Major's good humored phiz. Major Jock Downing in a Ano spoclnion of American humor, not ovon second lo J migo HALYIIUHTON; has boen recognized as such in Europo, whoro ttcso lottors have i?con ropubl'shcd and cxtenelvoly read. Wo commend tho Major and lils oonAommie to all our friends. BILL ABP so-called-A Sido Show of tho Southern War. "I'm a good Union man, so-callod; but I'll bet on Dixie OB long as I...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 4 July 1866

Tlie Dailv N"ews. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 4,18GC. (COMMERCIAL. Pix ports. BARCELONA-Per 8pan brig Pedro Antonio-87 bales Upland Cotton, 0r.UO Oak Staves.Por Span brig Paca-167 hnles Upland Cotton. BOSTON, MASS-Per sehr Lilly-44 halos Cotton, 148 bbls R03in, 25 tons Old Brass, Copper, Ac, ia bales Pnper, 42 bales lings, 3 bales Ropo, and about 125 lons Old Iron, to be taken iu at St Helena, S C, Til?- Cliini??ton Cotton Alarkct. The depressed Btato of tho Now York Market and the character of the foreign news has completely unsettled the Cotton Market, and the Btaplo WBB quite dopresscd. Tho falca were confined to about 100 bales, mostly by ono purchiisor, forNorthern account, at from 28 to 33,'ic por lb, the grades bolng irregular. Augusta Market. AUGUSTA, July 2.-COTTON-Thoro l8 nothing do ing in tho staplo to-day, Goi.n-Steady at 160 to 165. SILVKH-A brisk demand, and transactions raugefrom 140 to 150. Mobile Market. MOBILE, Juno 28.-COTTON.-Thero was no demand, no Balo, nor no quo...

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

THE (MARLESTON DAILY NEWS, Q. R. CATHCART, EDITOR. CATHCART. McMILLAN & MORTON, PBOPRIETOBB. .Vo. l8 HAYNE-STREET. iTBRMS-OASH. SPBaORIPTION. DAILY-TWiLVE MONTHS........ "..tlO.OO DAILY-SIX .Vl/NTHS.5.00 DAILY- -TI''??--E MONTHS.?.80 SINQLE COPIES.8 cents TO VEW8 DEALERS.3 cent* LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ?WX-HK HIIST O_T __.__;__ TIERS re miaiixiiiK in. the Postofaoe ?t the end of eaoh week is _ml>lisl-e?-l offl?_ir?lly to THE _3-_.I__r_r NKW8 every _Tri duy morning. News Summary. The Scnato has confirmed DUFF GREEN as Unitod States Marshal for Southern Mississippi. Tho Mayor of Montgomery, Ala , flnos tho liack itiDii $5 for awoaring in tho strcots of that oity. A girl of thirteen and a votoran of ninety-ono woro marriott iu Cairo, HI., last week. It ia elated that tho lion. 0. EL BROWNING, O,* IUinoia, will Bticceod Secretary HARLAN in tho In terior Department. A uro occurrod in Natcho?,, Mississippi, on Wed nesday morning, completel...

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