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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 10 July 1866

V V f f<.- .??narra ^-?fc?-I??s?-: VOLUME II....NO. 279.1 CHARLESTON, S. 0? TUESDAY, JULY IO, 1866. PRICE FIVE CENTS. BY TELEGRAPH. ... IMPORTANT FROM WASHINGTON. The Writ of Habeas Corpus to be re spe-otea in South Carolina. Washington, July 9.?General Sickles will be instructed by tho President to oboy tho writ of habeas corpus, which ho bad refused to comply with, in the cqpo of Stowebs and others, confined in Caatlo Pinokney, cbargod with murder. General Hamilton and others, of Tuina, bave issued an address to those styled Southern loyal ist, to moot hero in September. The projectors of tho scheme are in the interost of the Radical Senators and Representatives, and will meet in caucus to-morrow night, to look after their party interests, ae well as legislativo matters. LATER K HO III EUROPE. ARRIVAL OF THE 8AXONIA. New Yobk, July 9.?The steamship Saxonia ar rived yeBterday vvith Liverpool dates to the 27th rut. Cotton market buoyant at an advance of jd. to $d.; but oloaing le...

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. — 10 July 1866

Tlie Daily ISTews. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1866. THE PROPOSED CONVENTION. i What is Thought of ?he Xcw Political Movement. Opinions iron? all Sections of ?he Country. Wo prosont to-day oditorialopinioiiB from repre sentativo journals in all soctions of tbo country, respecting tho National Convention, to be hold at Philadelphia August 14th : NEW YORK. [from the Times, Conservative Republican.) Tho basi? thus presontod is sufficiently broad to moot tho oxpootations of Uuion-loving men ovory whoro. North and South may moot without sur render of right or dignity on either side, and with eminent advantages to both. And though tho delegates who rally around those propositions will unquestionably bo solected from tbo ranks of those "who sustain tho administration in main taining unbroken the Union of tho States under tho Constitution," thoro ie nothing in thorn which tho Union party, as a party, has not at one timo or another distinctly committed itself. [From the Tribune, Radical.) Mess...

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. — 10 July 1866

Tlie IDailv News. TCE8DA? MonNiNG, JULY 10, 180C A Patriot If You Succeed?A lie*jcl if Vou _-_li. ?1* I'_TKH ri?lTHllOOHM. " Got tbeo glass oyon; And like a ?curvy politician, seem To boo the tiilii-'B thuu dost not." King Lear: act It., Scoue C. Wboro tbo Elizabeth and James 1 heir flowing streams unite, Within tbo Fortress of Mou roo Appeared tbo other uigbt A ghost I but daruod if I can stalo How be got in at any rato. Ho walked straightway to Carroll Hall And gavo the Uuor a rap, Which roused the drowsy sentinel Out of his dreamy nap. And made hlin tremble like a leaf, It was so sudden aud so brief. However, ho unlocked the door, Ami", Malm Peier save us, Tho ghoBt said: "I am Gt-orgo Washington, And como to neo Jeff Davis; Mow point liltt room out, right away_ Ho quick, be uilut t, aud obey." Thou George stalked into Jeffey's room Aud said: "Frioud Jeff, how are you ? 1 see they havo net killed you yet, I hope I do not scare you ?" * Oh, uo," said Jeff, "but pray be seated, You...

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. — 10 July 1866

THE CHARLESTON MM NEWS, Q. B. OATHOABT, Edito?. CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON, PBOPRIKTOBS. No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. ?o*_3_;t-iv_:s?OA.SH anB-soRi-pnoH. DAILY?TWELVE MONTHS.?.-810.OO D?IL??BIX VONTH8._...?.00 DAILY?TI'"-*'-'--- MONTHS.-.?.SO SINGLE COPIES.t.B oenta _*0 NBW8 DEALERS.3 cents LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. L.IR'UEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY, WTHK L1I8T OIT I___TTB_I_S re maininflc in the Postoffloe at the end of enoh week Is n-ublisheei oiiioi--?lly In. TBLK DAILY JTSTICWS every _Tri day moriiiii?. News Summary. Wo call attention to n>n interesting foreign let ter on our first pago this morning, written b> ono of our citizons, now in Europe. Wo hope u? have the pleasure of presenting hits favors i'.oquently to our roadors. Qen. JrjB-L A. Early is engaged in writing a history of the Valley campaign. A jury just erapaunollcd tu NewYork represents a?vcnty-flve millions of dollars. Belmont, Astor, Stewart, and others compose it. The carious may be interested in knowi...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 10 July 1866

Th.e Daily News. TUESDAY MORNINa, -JULY 10, 1866. LARUFN T CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITT. OT THE T-.IST OF I__C_CT_EI.8 re mulnin- in the Postoffloe at the end of eaoh w**m**1". is p-abliahed officially tn THB _3_VII_Y NKW8 every Fri ctuy mornlns. LOCAL, MATTERS. OT SEE SECOND AND THIRD PA OBS. -t? Bi8 Honor Judge Iholib.?We are pained to learn of the continued ?lineas of his Honor Judge Inolis. From a privato letter received yostorday by a gentleman of thie city, the news reaches us that his Honor is in a most critical condition. Wo trust, bowovor, that ho may recover. We take pleasure in announcing to tho firemen, oitizons gonorally, and espooially the ladies, that the new and beautiful steamer of the Tonng America Fire Company ie now on exhibition at the sales room of Messrs. Nathan ? Ottolenoui, corner Wentworth and Hooting streets. Wo would solicit for this fino and stalwart company of our Fire Department tho abare of approval which their past eervio...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 10 July 1866

03- SIIUIMA H1M1LIUCN C?IUNT?R. HUMPHREYS' SPECIFIC, m ~. PREVENTION AND CURE OF ASIATIC aHOLKHA. As tho season advanooB, and Dysentery, Cholera Mor bas, attended with Fevers, are becoming common, a PREVENTION for the A8IATI0 CHOLERA la a necessi ty with overy individual and ovory family. In tho last visitation of Oholera In this country, Dr. HUMPHREYS' SPECIFIC was regarded, wherover the pressure on his timo aBowod it to be introduced, aa the surest PREVENTIVE and most effectual CUBE given to tho public. Of thoBO who use the PREVENTIVE faithfully, only about five per cent wore attacked, and of cases troatod the mortality was loss than four per oent. One-half ounce vials..$1.00 Peokot cases, throo three-quarter vials, and book of directions, complete. 3.00 Family casos, throo one-ounoo vials, and book, complete. 6.00 Bent by mall free on receipt of price. HOMEOPATHIC SYPHILOIDS. ANOHOR 8YPHILOID, euros Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Old Urinary Complaints.93.00 STAR 8 Y I' HILO ID (case of thre...

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. — 10 July 1866

CHOLERA Disarmed ' The Chief Causes of Pestilence Destroyed. DR. E. OOURTARET'.-J DI8INFE0TING FLUIDS, Secured by Loiter? P*t?-ut in tho United States and Franco. Prepared Rolely by tho Now York DiBiufoctlng Company, st thulr La oratory. Nos. 208, 300 and 302 Henry-street, N. Y. Olli *e. 42 Collar slret't, This Company, org.itilsed un a p? rmanent b.isls.with Dr. Oourtaret, tho colcbrnti ?1 French Chomlst, in chsrgo of its Laboratory, Is pnpared to furnish its 1 isinfectino Fluida for sick rooms, nursorlot-, nrlnals, water closets, Erlvles, cesspools, nowora, gotters, ships, railroads, ospitals, prisons, and public, institutions of all kinds, slaughter-bouses, offal and fat-boiling establishments; all kinds of manures \immentely increasing the value of tho latter to every former), and whorover poieonouB and offensivo gasses oxiBt. These agents are doodorlzers, antiseptics, ontiputrosconts, ana disinfectants in tho sciont111c moaning of tho w.-nls. They remove noxious Basses and odor...

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. — 10 July 1866

rh.e Daily ISTews. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1866. I,l.ll'i:il FKUBI TUB. INTKUIOR. liONOWOoi), Sumteu, S. 0., July 7.?I oould not resist tho kind invitation of tho Bistora of our L.uly of Mercy lo attend tho imposing colouration which camo off tit thoir Academy in this town on f tliu afternoon o? ye?torday. Thoy rosily havo tho 'beat fomalo Hohool I am acquainted with; and to no uafor custodians can young girls bo committed. it was a moBt delightful affair, exceedingly onter ttiining and gratifying to tho donsoly orowdod au .'" JUonee. What tosto in ovorything?buildings, .** ' ?rounds, decorations, dress, deportments, ovory tl-i.-ig. What, proficiency among tho pupils. What lingering rogrots sccmod to minglo with tho joys of thoso young ladies and little girls, as thoir boautiful oyoa roetod upon tho fairy soone whioh olo-jod tho soasion, and must bo followed by tho parting for tho holidays. And there was Price, of tho Wilmington Jour nal : and Fleming, ex-editor, and now lawyor, w...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 11 July 1866

VOLUME II....N0. 280 1 CHARLESTON, S. O., WEDNESDAY. JULY 11, 1866. PRICE FIVE CENTS. EY TELEGRAPH. LATER FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAL OF THE CITY OP LONDON. N_w Yobk, July 10.?Tho steamship City of Lon don, with one day's later nowe, has arrived. Livebpool, June 28_Cotton quieter; Middling Uplands barely lSjd. Breadatuffs and provisions quiet. London, June 28.?Consola 86? to 87. Five Tsveuties GU to 64$. Bank rate of diacouut un changed. A telegram from Pardubitz, Bohemia, says that tho Prussians woro boaton in a fight near Neustadt, and retroatod, leaving their dead aud wounded on the field. It is not stated, but it is auppusod not to have beou a general engagement. A Berlin telegram states that the Prussians were successful in an eucounter near Turnau, -capturing seven officers and fivo hundred privates. The Austrian army at Custozza numbered 60, 000; and a Florence dispatch admits that while tbc Italian lose was great, also claims that the Austiian loaaea were equal or greater. The cav ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 11 July 1866

The Dailv News. WEDNEBDAY MOBNINO. ?TULY 11, 1866. To J. B.? on Sending Me i* ?Seven Pound Trout ? ?- . BT?JrAME8 H. L0WK1JI ? LJ' i' ? I Fit for no Abbot ol fcbelsnio, P *.' F?r tho whole Cardinal*? Oollego, or v. Tho Popo lilaisolf to t?ooln dream Before bis lenteu vision rIobiu, lie Ues there?the sockdi loger. _ " His precious ?.inks wlti stars bospront, , - ^Worthy to swim iu Oaslaly I , The frlond by whom sucli ??its aro sent? i For him BhaU bumpers full be ?pout? Bis health', be luck his fast allay. IU. *"r? ' "'l sti?b'l? trslbo tho ?tVaywkrd brook . ?. < *-.? Amid tae fprest myeterles, ., ... ?Where at tliomBolveB sh^aspons look, ' Orwnere,' With many a gurgling crook, *? '**-'' iterobn? its woodland blstorloB. . . ti.. M IK" :.:. . rv.- .'i ., -i?: ni see leaf shade and eon flech lend ,. itti ' , Their tromulous, sweot violssltude .. To smooth dark pool to crinkling1 bend? ?" ' (Oh, slow him, Ann, as 'twere your frion d, .vi . \V1 tli amorous solicitude !) * -i?, .. ?-.,...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 11 July 1866

/ ;-',. ,. i; ,t t ; ?, t ;* ; ' ' , *-* ". ? WEDNESDAY. MQRNJNflL .JT?T*y.l?,. 180C. f. Tin l'r-'Hitlriit, S? ciiltii-li -I Sriutitl antl AVclles to Tammany Hull. Below, will bo found tho jotters.of the President, the Secretary of Stttte, and tho Boorotary of the Navy, in roply to invitations to attend the Tamma ny Bocioty-celebration of tho Fourth of July*. FROM TH? PRESSENT OF THE UNirBD STATEa t / '*** EXECtmv?.MANBI03S, > ' ' Washington^ D. D.J July 2| I860. ' ; t Si?. } I Ihank^. you for tho cordial invitation ol the timo-hon?rc'd "Society ?f Tamilianv, t? partici pate with thorn in tho celebration of t lie approach ing anniversary of our National Independence The national tono and patriotic Bpirit of tho invitation meot my hearty approval. Thoy are indications o?, a growing sontimont, whichj now that the bittor atrifo of clviLwar has coased, .re quires a renewal of tho pursuits of poaco, a return to tin- Constitution of nur fathore, rigid adhoroncc to its principles, incre...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 11 July 1866

THE CHARLESTON BAIL. NEWS, Q. R. OATHCART, Editor. CATHCART. McMILLAN & MORTON, PROPB?ttors. No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. ;TBBMS-OASH. 8UB?ORIPTION. OAJIa?-TW?iLVB MO^THB.-~-W0.00 OAH.Y-3IK yONTHB. .-0*00 p4rr.T..Tl-SH MONTHS.~.?.?0 BINGLE COPIES.l?C?n?U XONBW8 DEALERS.a cents fcABriEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. fclRUEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ITTHB _.IST OIT? _H!'1_BB8 re metinixx? In the Postoffloe at the end at eaolx wee_ is p___,sb.e*? ofHoi?lly 1_ THE D?w?_Y NEWS every Fri day morniiut._ News Suinmary. Tho TennoBBee Legislature met on the Ctli. There was do quorum. Tho la?iea of St. Louis are to hold a grand (Southern Relief Fair in September. Tho Western Texas returna repudiate negro suffrage strongly. Thore aro reports of murders and robberioB by tho negro troops, on the Bed Biver. The Odd FellowB' Hall in New Orleans was burned on the 4th. Loss $300,000. Eight battle-fields can be seen from the top of Lookout Mountain. Oheese, in the manufacture of which copper and brase utens...

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. — 11 July 1866

The .Daily _N"ews. WEDNE8DAY MORNING, JULY 11, I860. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TUE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. taT THB LIST O-?" JL-ICTTBQRS re maining; in. the Postoffloe at tlie end of ouojrt, week 1? p-ublishe?:? offioiully 1? THE DAIL _*" NKWS every _T*jrf l'.v zxxornini-. LOCAL MATTERS. ?ar SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES, -a? _-?*>a Meeting or the Palmetto Guard Associa tion.?Attention ie directed to the advertisement of an adjourned mooting of tbia Association to bo bold to-nigbt. This Association bas been formed for tho purpose of perpotnating the social ties formed boforo and during the war, in connootion with tho old Palmetto Guard, and any ono at any time connected with that corps will be welcomed at tho mooting of tho Association. Moobdead's Bitte?s.?Tho public should bear in mind that these colobratod bitters aro still manufactured by James MoKkan, at No. 99 Oal boun-strcet, who has beon making them for the last twenty yoarB. Those bitters have the appro bation o...

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. — 11 July 1866

__. j[ork Advertisements. 7"NEEDLES AiND FlSlllKO TACKLE. ANDREW ULKRK. it CO., NO. 48 MAIDEN LANE, N Y., solo Importer* of JOS. WARRIN'S oelebratod irlllod Eyed NKEDLtS, bt-g to uotify their old ouBtom ors and the public that they havo on bond a mil assort ment of WARRIN'S DRILLED EYED NEEDLES WAURIN'S TELEGRAPH NEEDLES IN GASKETS. oxtra large Ovul Eyos ** WARlUN'd NEEDLES IN 8YN0PTJ0AL OA8E9, a now WARRIN?8 I?URGEON8, MILLINERS, SAIL, PACK ' NEEDLES, ko. Thoao NofdloB havo been before the public for thirty yearn and aro ookuowledgod by good Judges to bo supe rior to all others In temper, ilulsb, uniformity and qual ity of steel. our assortment of FISHING TACKLE is complote, mu? tho iliost oxtenslvo in this or any otlior country. Juno 25 mwlOmos _ VUPE?TEKS, JOINERS, PATTERN AND ... Plus? r_.a nuuc.H?. / 1 EERING VALVES AND ALL KIND8 OF PAT VJT TERNS for maohiuery executed with dispatch. Fittings for sl'ireB and o_ cos bhifpbo to ami past or TUB WOULD. o-hnxsi o-iisrsi c3-Tisre i I...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 11 July 1866

DMRLESTON DM6 HIM. JOHN ?S?HTJBST, Superintendent, fOllilERLYOF No. DU HAYNK.STRKK?, JUST REl-EIVE? A?VD NOW IN STORE, A F?LL SUPPLY OF MUGS, PATENT MEMMNE8, PERFUMER. BRUSHES PAINTS 01L8 . . WINDOW CLASS KEROSENE OIL LAM?'?, Ac, WHOI1E8ALK AGENTS aTOll DR-AKE?S; PLANTiTIO?; BITTEB8 St?rfi?ig's Ambrosia, CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP, constitution Water,1 AND ALL THE RELIABLE PATENT MEDIOINEB 01 THE DAY. JOSEPH A. MORGAN, WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, No. 153 MEETING-ST., OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL. February AH LADIES DESIRING A SMOOTH, CLEAR AND La-J THIS DELIGHTFUL t<_* i vstm a&;*,*<_?l E BAB NO EQUAL FOB PREHERVING AND BEAUT TJmNG THE COIiIPLEXtON AND 0KIN. . |**^dfcy,Drfcggijtii**r*^^ \\f[ T j , j" Depot No. 74 Fulton-street, New York. KINQ & CASSIDEZ. Aemt*. ?eOLBRI - TV*? B- OCURTARIS?T'S DISINK?oTXNQ FLU?I?>8. \J Secure- by Letters Patent in theUnitodStates tujd jFranoe. Prepared solely by the New York Disinfecting Company, o? their Lau oratory, Nos. 398, ?00 and 302 Henry-s...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 11 July 1866

i1 lie Daily .Ngws. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUDY 11. 18C6. Unlt.tl Sltttc? District Court.--July 10, 1H00. On motion of tho Dietrict Attoruoy, Colonel Haiiilano Tomi'Kin?, who has already practised in 111? United Htatoa Courte of Touueaaeo, waa ad mitted to practico in this Court. 'I'liu District Attoruoy rose and addrossed the Court ?a folIowB : I tlo not roproaont any individual, but I fed it i?*y duty, from tho position whioh I occupy, and as <i?iic>i8 curi , to movo that, inatoad of receiving tnu roturo of tho Marshal on tbo attachment ..*.?a ?nat Gon. Sickles, a rulo to show canso bo ?laiitod, to bo sorvod on Gen. Sioklos, to bIiow v > mi attaohmont for contempt should not issue t> liiust him; and that, to give ample timo to all p..nit*?, tho rule bo mado returnable at the expi ration of ton days. An attachment, to Bay the lcti.it of it, ?b a harBh and umiBual measure, except where thoro is a wilful and deliberate contompt, and tho party is suffering other inconvonience ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 12 July 1866

/ \ VOLUME II....N0. 9811 CHARLESTON, S. CL, THURSDAY. JULY 19. 1866. PRICE FIVE CENTS. BY T?j'JjJ??JRAPH. ? ? Con**; reunion ni. Washington, July II.?The Senate paeeed % bill oiU-iidtng. for throe y ears the benefit of the law giiarantooing landa to tho Ban thorn States for the -establishment of agricultural colleges. The Senat o also paesod a' bill regulating tho time for holding elections for United States Senators. Among other provisions it requires that the vote ?hall bo viva voce. Tho Sonate, by a majority of four, rojoctod tho bill for the annexation of Alex andria city and county to the District of Colum bia. Tho Houbo passed a joint resolution providing for the reorganization of the militia of the States And Territories in-p uniform manner, and for the distribution among them of two-thirds of the ordnauco and ordnance stores, excepting tho Statos lately in insurrection. Tho House also passed a bill granting the right of way to any Telegraph Company over tho public domain. S...

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. — 12 July 1866

Th.e ?ailv -New?. THUR8DA? MORNING, .TULY 12, 18C0. BY YESTERDAY'S MAIL. For-jlt-ii. Our Northern Oxchaugos bring us full news by the Saxoniq, from which wo condenso tho follow ing : Tho Italians crossed tho Miucio, ?oar Goito, on tho morning of tho SSd, and woro slowly advanc ing to Roverbella; iu tho afternoon they met the Austrian Pulz Brigade, which retroatcd bofbro thorn. Tho Italian?, advancing upon both banks of tho Miucio, towards Foachiurn, woro reridlsod by a short cannonado from tho outor forts Of that etrongbold. On tho 24th of Juno (Sunday, tho favorito day for battlea) a dosporato battlo raged all day between tho two opposing armies. The First Italian Army Corps attacked, tho Austrian posi -tiousuoarPeschiora, The Csuale divisions 8uf forod heavy losa-Goncral Cubar: bimBolf being wouuded. Tho Italian dispatch Baye : "Tho de finitive result ?b not unfavorable, tho Italian corps having maintained their positions." Prince Ama deas was slightly wounded. General V?i*_arev w...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 12 July 1866

Ttie Daily Ne>~w&. j THURSDAY MORNING^ ?JUIJX 13, 18C6. ? i ? j COMMERCIAL; The Charleston Cotton Market. Tho transactions yesterday were limited to the sale of bout 40 bales, mostly to one purohater on Northern account, at unchanged prices, say 28 to 30 for Good Ordinary to Low Middling, at 32o. per lb. for Middling. August? flliirnet. AUGUSTA, July 10.?Cotton?Tho market has beon -quiet to-day, with a fow sales at 28 io 81 cents. | Go_j?The decline in New York to day caused a dull ness lu Ihls market, and some salos wore made at 160. Brokers were offering 148. Silver?Dull, and no Bales reportod. Mobile Market.* MuBILE, July c?Cotton.?The receipts for tho past week sum up 1070 bale?, viz.- from the Alabama River 291 bales, from tbo Toinblgbeo 80, from tho War rior 48, and by railroad (181. Tho exports for the samo timo amounted to 6011 bales, viz: to Now Orleans 3 bales, 321 to Now York, SOUS to Boston, and Kite bales to Liverpool. At tho close of our last wcokly rovlew wo ro...

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. — 12 July 1866

THE CHARLESTON DAILY M WS, O. R. OATHOART, Editor. CATHCART, McJOLLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS, No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. TERMS-G?fl?BK. 8DBS0RIPTION. DAILY-TWELVB MJNTH8.._...-_.?1O.O0 DAILY?SIX _?"^NTH8._...8.00 daily--tp:?ek months..-.?.so BIN?LE COPIES.Scents TO NEWS DEALERS.Scent? LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LLRUEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ? THE LI8T OF LKTTKRS re mainlnc in the PostoiHoe at the end of eaoh week is -published oflloiully In. THIS PATTtY NK^VSTS every _T*ri i\ny mornimt. _N"e-ws STirrmiary. Dr. Cyrus Alexander is working & mine of sulphate of baryta in Botetoart county, Va. Tho Hon. James M. Mason, lato Confoderato Minister to England, is at Niagara, with his family. Tho idoa of annexation to the United Stato is said to bo widely fostered in the Liberal rauku in Mexico. Tho yellow fover, recently announced as prevail ing in Vera Cruz, at last accounts bad considera bly abated. In Boston tbe thermometer started ou Saturday morning at 85, and at 10 o'clock r...

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