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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 12 July 1866

Th.e Daily USTews, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 12, 18C6, LABWEST tlKCULATlON IN THE STATE. LABt?EST CIKL'ULATION UN TUE CITY. W THE __I8T OV IiKTTKRS re uiiiiniiiK in the PoetofRoe at the on.<I o* itiiiiti w-x-l? 1? pwhliHhetl ofHoially U? THK _J_YIL*Y -?TICAVS every B'ri tlity morriinii._ JL-OO AI * MATTKIiS. f-???' tsr SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAQEE. ?BO -? ? We are umlor obligations to Onptain Reed and Purser WiiaoN.of the stoamsh*p Star of (he South, for Baltimore papera. Attention ie called to tho advertieement of rooms to lot iu tho Elliott Mansion. This place, to our knowledgo, is ono of tho coolest in town. Accident to the Pn Nix Fire Enoine.?Tkie new steam flro ongino had her piston rod broken yesterday afternoon, and in consequence of this untoward accident tho trial parade of tho Compa ny will be postponed until Monday afternoon noxt. Sale of Securities.?J. f. Bioos tV Co. eold at auction yesterday, the following securities at tbe prices annexed: $7980 City 8?x per Cent. Stock?...

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. — 12 July 1866

N?, York Advertisement* FURMTVBB! FURNITURE! WHOLESAL E~A ND RETAIL. DEGRAFF& TAYLOR, HOS. 87 k 89 BOWERY & 05 OHRYBTIE.8TREET HAV_ IBA BEST ABSORT-n stock or P_Ua_OIL DINING-ROOM AND BED-ROOM F-XJ-RlSriTXJJElE, PEINO BEDS AND BEDDING, in the: union. our facilities for manufacturing at LOW PRICES defy competition. BTEAMEBS AND UOTEL8 FURNISHED FOB BT?LE AND QOALI r V . We refer you on board of tho Hudson Blvor Stoam or a , BT. JOHN and DEAN RICHMOND. Fuller's Patent Hair-Spring Mattresses FIVE 8TATE PREMIUM8 AWARDED. June 21 t_stu6mo JOHN B. FULLER, MANUFACTURER & DEALER. *lo. 8 DKV-8TUEET, NEW YORK. H**** m store and ready for immediate shipment and is manufaet-ring to order, PORTABIiB AND STATIONARY STIMM ENGINES AND BOILERS, o 3JS0 horse power; Circular and Upright Saw Mills o. - most spproved construction, of au sltsos, cutting 7(X -o'iSOO foot oflumbor per hour; O riet Mills, MU? Irons, W?t~r Wheels, and o-jcry kind of MlU Machinery; Sugru HU??, Paper sud Mining Mac...

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. — 12 July 1866

THE ENGLISH Ml) AMERICAN BINE, 3LiI__*4:iT_BI_>_ IN-JORPOHATEB UNDER "THE. COlttPA KIKS' AC_*, IH?*??." AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ?1,800,000, IN ??,000 SII AUKS OF ?80 EACH. First Issue, 80,000 Shares, and the romaludor to be Is* sued as may be rooulrod, uudor the sanction of a G->n* ersl Mooting. THE ENGLISH & AMERICAN BANK, LIMITED, Having opened Offices at No, 09 WALL STREET, NEW YOKE, is prepared to sell Bills of Exchsngo on the ENGLISH AND AMERICA **T BANK (LIMITED), Lon don, and on the UNION BANK OF LONDON; to buy Bills of Exchange, and to issue Commercial and TraveJ ers" Credits, available in all parts of the world, Com mercial Crodita Issued for use in the EAST INDIES, CHINA, AND AUSTRALIA, WTLL BB UPON THE ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION OS LONDON. Further particulars may bo ascertained on application stthe Omoo, No. 63 Wall street WILLIAM WOOD. Manager. GEO. BURGH ALL WATTS, Assistant Manager. Apr 3mc*s CMRLESTMMUG flOUSB." JOHN ASHH??RST, Superintendent, FOIIMKULV OJb* No. *...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 12 July 1866

The Daily _S~ews. THURSDAY MORNING, ?TULY 12, 1868. Al*? BOUTS UF PsBaOBAPHS? Potroloum fovor in Cuba. Barnum'e Museum is to be enlarged. Harvesting has coinmoncod in Alabama. A diamond recently sold in Paris for ?12,000. G< n. McClellan ie at Gomundon. Illicit wbiskoy conflscationa oontinuo in Now The Montgomery, Ala., haokmon are fined ?5 for swearing on the streots. The South Jereoy chiokena are dying from some | un V?oountablo diseaae. ltou*e robberies in New York ara frightfully on tin- inoreaao. A cargo of nearly 1000 negro slaves was recent ly lauded in Ouba. A Now York thief oponod a store to sell tho J ewi'lry ho had stolen. Fifty deaths por day from yellow fever in Vora Cruz. The Prinoess of Prussia owns a pearl nocklaoo valued at $160,000. Four hundred clerks are out of employment in London, by tho recent failurea. Jamos P. Luco, Esq., is to assumo tho editorial management of tho Gtiicago Republican. Tho New York 8tate Annual Gorman Festival takes place at Erie City in...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 13 July 1866

tt?on C? CHARLESTON. S. 0? FRIDAY. JULY 13. 1866. cVtV t mm PRICE FIVE CENTS. BY TELEGRAPH. ?a? LATER FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAL OF THE PERSIA. New Yobk, Jnly 12.?The mails by the atoani ?aip Persia leave for the South this afternoon. Privato letters are encouraging. Tho actual fltock of Cotton at Liverpool is 60,000 bales lese than tho eatimate, of whioh 20,000 aro American. The total stock is 958,000 balea, of which 424,000 bales are American. SECOND DI8PATOB. Tin.? stoamship Persia has arrived with Liver pool dates to tho 30th ult., and Queenetown dates to the let ?net. Liv.?pool, Juno 29.?The Brokers' Circular re ports the sales of cotton for the week at 78,000 bales, including 5250 bales to speculators, and 10, 500 to oxportors. Tho market opened buoyant With an advance of Id. to ljd.; dosing with an advance of jd. to Id. on tho week for American, and ?d. to ?Jd. for other descriptions. The author ized quotations are: Orleans fair, 15 Jd.; Middling, lid.; Mobile fair, 15d.; Middling,...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 13 July 1866

Th.e ?ailv -News? FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 13, 1866. Is It Her Own 1 Is It horown ? through each long aitcrnoon, When airy muslins snoop aloug tbo grass, Is it her own ? when couples fit and spoon, And ialry girls through tontB of blo?t*o*n pas?, Whon llowor fetes horticultural delight ub, Or proiucnadcH botanical iuvlto us, Then if you list you'll bear Sweet voices whispering near, "1b it hor own ?" Is it lior own ? when the graud pow'r of song, Toarg ub ironi dinner aud Anlua'u side. To hoar La Murska cadence-* prolong And watch for tresnes which the curtains hide. When pisitloiiato ?pplauso at last is dying, Aud anxious trlondu nequaintancos aro oyirg, Tuen watchful mothers say, "Look, darling, o'or the way, Is it her own ?" Is it her own f question ot shelved maids Viewing with jealous oyes their slstors fair: Whisper of diiuBols whose concoctai braids Pass for luxurious wealth of golden hair: Bee in sly corners dowagors conspiring, Pleasantly smiling, audibly admiriog. Hoar how tho...

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. — 13 July 1866

The ?ailv ISTews. FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 13. 1866. COMME ROIAL. Kiportu for tl?*o Week ending July 1?. FOREION. PALMA, MAJORCA?Pea bark E Wright?70,000 feot Pine Lumber, 86,000 feet Hown Timber. ? COASTWISE. NEW YORK?Per steamship Quaker City?231 bales Dp land and 4 bales S I Cotton, 4 bales Woolens, '_ cases Tobacco, 114 boxes Sugar, 472 packages Vogetablos, 100 boxes Muskets. ..-?..Per steamship Monoka? 329 haloB Cotton, 41 bales Yarn, 108 boxes Muskets, 04 packages Fruit, 36 Packages, 186 Empty Bble. BALTIMORE?Per sehr Swan?76,000 feot Bteam Sawed Lumber. THE CH/kKLHSTON "ilARI-KT. [rt)U THE WEBE ENDINO, TllUUllDAT, JULY 12, 1866.] COTTON.?In consequence of the very light stock, transactions in tho staple during the past week have been vory limited, and havo boon mainly on Northern account. Thoro has been somo irregularity in prico in somo grades, but tho market has kept at about tho prices provaillng at tho cloae of our last weekly report. The receipts havo ?ached a very low figur...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 13 July 1866

-THE CHARLESTON DULY NEWS, Q. R. OATHOART, Editor. CATIICART, McMXLLAN & MORTON, PBOPRIETOBB. "No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. :_C___=*t___:i3-0_?-!_S_?I. BUBSORI'PTION. DAILY-TWELVK MONTHS.- -~- -~.fl0.OO DAILY-SIX VVNTH8.?.GO DAILY- -TPUBK MONTHS.? -.?.BO SINGLE COPIES.? cent** XO NEWS DEALERS.3 crntj? LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. J_rTIIK LI8T OP __H3_*TI_5__S x*e maining in. the JPostofrloo at tlio end of euol_ weelc is -p-abllBhetS ofHoially in THK DAILY NB3WS every _T_*i <_ay morning._ News Summary. The Commission appointed to ascertain tho damage done in the late raids of tho FonianB, re port that in the east it will amonnt to from $15,000 to $25,000, in the woBt from $8,000 to $10,00?. A New Haven company has commenced manu- | factoring comprossed stonofor building purposes. It in made of sand, pulverized quartz, and silicate o? soda, and hardens from tho consistency of put ty, in twenty-four hours, to the solidity of stone. Tho North Carolin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 13 July 1866

The Daily _S"ews. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1866. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. 03- THK LIST OU1 LE?TKRS re maining in the Postoffioe _t t_e end of enoh wenii is publiHhod oi_oially t_ THK ?AJLjY -TBIAVS every HVi ?luy mornin?. LOCAL MATTERS. -? * - or* SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -? Entertainment at the Charleston College.? ProfoBsor Holmes gives another of bis instructive exhibitions at tbo College to-nigbt. Tbo pro gramme, published iu anotbor column, gives pro mise of a ploasant evening, and we advise our readors by all means to attend. The Steamship Mokkka.?We learn that thin fine etoamor will bo laid up in Now York for about two weeks, from the 15th inst., to undorgo ne cessary repairs. This favorite vessel, from the dato of her first trip in July, 1865, ha? made twen ty-five successful voyages withont detontion of a eingle day, or acoldont of any description what ever. Bho will resume, wo learn, bor place in tho line towards the cIoro of th...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 13 July 1866

N. York Advertisements NEEDLES AND FISHING TACKLE. ANDREW CLERK k CO., NO. 48 MAIDEN LANE, N Y., nulo importer-* of JOS. WABHIN'8 colebratod Drilled Eyod N EEDLE8. beg to notify their old custom ers and the public that tboy havo on bond a full assort ment of WARRIN'8 DRILLED EYED NEEDLES _._-.___ WABBIN'8 TELEGRAPH NEEDLE8 IN OA8KET8, extra largo Oval Eyes _ .___ WARRIN'8 NEEDLE3 IN SYNOPTICAL OASES. * new WARRIN'8 BURGEONS. MILLINEB8, SAIL, PACK NEEDLES, &C. ___ , _... TIiobo Needle? bare bcon boforo tho public for thirty yt\rt> and are aokuowledgod by good judgoa to be supe rior to all otbors in torn.per, fluit-.li, uniformity andqual nur aaaortmwt of FISHING TACKLE Is co-p'eto, ami tho most extensivo in this or any other country. .; ,10 25_mwlGmoa c~{kpj_nters, joiners, pattern and UK Ml ICI. Dlal-KIl**. GEERING VALVES AND ALL KINDS OF PAT TERNS tor maohiaery oxoontod with dispatch. IT ittlngi for atoros and offloos shipped to ant past or TOK WOULD. OUSTS I QUXT?3I aiNSI I...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 13 July 1866

CHILDREN'S FRIEND ! PBRR?'.*. WORM TEA. A SAFE AND EFFECTUAL REMEDY FOR ALL -inda o? Worms found in tho liiliutui body; also, a certain euro for Worm Fit?, Worm Fovor, Tenesmus, Ac. PoBPORtslnti iu it? combination omluent uloaniilng and strengthening properties, its use will always im prove tho health of tho patient, whether impaired by worms.orothor causos. Perry's Worm Tea, effectually carries off tho ?lime or mucous which la tho b*dor neat of worms, in which they breed, and consequently wormt- cannot exist whero this medicino is mini A physician in large practico says: "I have been called to many cases ot Fits, glvon up by other Doctors as Incurable, _ 1 of which (being caused by worms) have been cured by Perry's Worm Tea." Auotboreays: "I prescribe Porry'e Worm Tea in all oases whore anthelmlntlcs (worm medicino) is indica ted, and always with tho happiest results." JOHN A. HERE-, Chemist, Boston, Proprietor. M. 8. HUHII k CO., 3<JT omout stroet, Boston, General Agents, and s...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 13 July 1866

Tiie Daily 3STews. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 18G0. OFFICIAL. CIST OF LETTERS Remaining In tho Postoflloo at Oharleston, for the wook ending JULY 12, 18C6, and ordorcd to bo print odln The Daixy Nkw?. ?groeably to tho ?Rowing sec. tlou of tho now Posto?co Law, aa tho nowspapor having *ue largest clroalation m tho City of Charleston: ? ? ?.?ON 6 And bo it further enacted, That Usta of lot . te ?'-"romain i rag tincalled for In any Post?nico in any city, I ?a or vJUage, whero a newspaper shall be printed, ?oh;. 1 boro?ftor bo pubUsbod onco only in tho nowspapor '-W'? i'.-b boing pubbehod weekly or oftener, shall have ths lUMttSt circulation within range of doUvory of tho Bald .. g-Persona calling for Letters Advertiaod, should ata??? that thoy aro "Advortlsod." a_- Offlco boars from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. On Sun d?> ? from 1 o'olook to 2 o'clock, P. M. STANLEY G. TROTT, Acting PoBtmastor. VaZOTwI-IlXr'S LIST. A. AUbton, Miley B Barr, Fannti A Barber, Miss E Bate , Melvina Barron, Emma Ba...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 14 July 1866

tt?on C? CHARLESTON. S. 0? FRIDAY. JULY 13. 1866. cVtV t mm PRICE FIVE CENTS. EY TELEGRAPH. ? --? From South Ame lea. NKW YORK, July 13.-Rio Janeiro dates of the 8th inst, say that a great battle han been fought, In which tho Allies gained a great victory over tho Paraguayans, who abandoned tho field, losing six thousand killed ami wounded, six guns and four flag?. Tho losa of the Allies waa two thousand. A commercial crisis prevailed, and tho coffee market wati completely paralyzed. Good Firsts nominally quoted at *71f??^72. Stock 130,000 bags. Exohange on London 23@24. The Chnleru In Kurope. Ni:w YORK, July 13.-Thc latest European advices no'.i- tho progress of tho cholera. It had resumed ita activity in thc southwestern province? of Rus sia, and was widely prevalent in Holland. 724 .cases and 400 deaths have occurred at Leyden; 433 deaths in Rotterdam; 169 deaths in Utrecht; 220 in Delft, and 135 in St. Oravenuago. Tho m a'adv is at Rerlin, Slottin, Fraukfort-on-tlie Oder, Neusta...

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. — 14 July 1866

tt?on C? CHARLESTON. S. 0? FRIDAY. JULY 13. 1866. cVtV t mm PRICE FIVE CENTS. EY TELEGRAPH. From South Ame lea. NEV YORK, July 13. -Rio Janeiro dates of the 8th inst, aay that a great battle has beon fought, In wt.ich tho AllicB gained a great victory over tho Paraguayans, who abandoned the field, lowing six thousand killed and wounded, six guns and four flags. Tho loss of tho Allies waB two thousand. A commercial crisis prevailed, and tho coffee market was completely paralyzed. Good Firels nominally quoted at $71<3)F72. Stock 130,000 bags. Exchango on London 23024. i ii? Cholera In Rurope. NEW YORK, July 13.-Thc latest European advices note thc progress of tho cholera. It had resumed its activity in tho southwestern provincoa of Rus sia, and was widely prevalent in Holland. 724 .cases and 400 deaths havo occurred at Leyden; 433 deaths in Rotterdam; 109 deaths iu Utrecht: 220 in Delft, and 135 in St. Gravenhage. Tho malady is at Berlin, Blottin, Fraukfort-on-tho Oder. Neustadt, a...

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. — 14 July 1866

Dailv News, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1866. Contentment.-A Bong for the Stock Bx change. Happy the man who lives content On money safe at throe per cent ! Invents lt not in bubhlo schomes, Hor e'er of speculation dreams. Him (Tty panics ne'er affrlKht, Kor threats of money Kettln? "tight ; He fears not either Bulls or Bears, Or sudden rise or fall of shares. Him nolthor Chancery Courts appal. Nor tho droad etreot ofBtalnghaU ; His cash la safo, his credit eound, Though banks be breaking all around. rio horrid dreams disturb his rest, Mo anxious fears bia petoe molest ; Ho writ destroys his appetite. And koopa him wakeful through the night. Oh, wero auch hap ny fortune mine. Serenely tranquil I would dino 1 Mor envy anxious mUilonalres, Their dangerous wealth in doubtful share* ! [London Punch. FROM EUROPE. The Kngllsh Reform Bill. "We present oar readers with tho following in teresting speech of Mr. JOHN STUABT MILL, one of the Isadora of tho opposition, and ono of tho clearest hea...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 14 July 1866

The Dailv ISTews, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 14, "-?66. COMMERCIAL. Thc ? Inn 1. nd.n Cotton Market. The foreign newt camed holden yesterday to with draw their stocka from tin market, and operations were very much restricted In consequence. The sales wers j confined to 40 bales of repacked Cotton at 22@26c, and ] 20 bales of Middling to Strict Middling, the former sell ing for 31932c, and the latter at 94o fl lb. Augusta. Market. AUGUSTA, July 12.-COTTOH -There has been a I moderate demand, at rather irregular rates, ran ?tu ir from 28 to 31o. * " ! GOLD-There wai quite an excited market early in the day, and sales were made at 161, and even higher rates .were offered, but no sales were made. The market after the receipt of tho noon dispatches from New York was more quiet. SILVER-Unchanged. Mobile Market. MOBILE, July 10.-COTTON-The market of to-day re xnains at about what it has been for the past few days. The Liverpool advices to the 28th, received this morn ing, bad the effect of mak...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 14 July 1866

THE CHARLESTON DAILY NBWS, Q. R. CATHCART, EDITOR. CATHCART, MCMILLAN A MORTON, PROPRIETORS. No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. ITBBMS-OASK. SPBSORI'PTION. DAILY-TWLLVK M.JNTH8.-BIO.OO DAILY-SIX MONTHS.B.OO DAILY-TP'.?KK MONTHS.?.?0 BINOLE COPIES.8 ??mt? XONEW8 DEALERS.3 cents LARttEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. AW THE LIST OPT LETTERS re xxLuinina in the Postoffloe ut the end ot euoh week is published officially In THE DAILY NEWS every Fri day mornlrur. IST ews Summary. Several Northern capitalists engaged in busi ness in Mobile, denian starting a Radical paper in that city. [They doubtless wish to make a large investment.] Direct steam navigation between Now York and Bwoden has boen opened. Scandinavian emigrants now come direct from Gothenburg to the United States. A negro, who waa giving his wife a Fourth of July whipping at Lexington, Ky., was killed by his Bon, who took an axo and knocked his ingracious parent on the head. Nineteen individuals who formerly he...

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. — 14 July 1866

The Daily ISTews. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1866. LARUEhT CIRCULATION IN TUE STATE. LA KN EST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. mw THE IJIST OF LKTrKRS re mnlnintt in the Postoffioe ut the end ol wioh week la puhlishe<l officially In THB UAIL.Y NKW8 every JPvi . day mornlnu. LOC3AL MATTERS. MW SSS SECOND AND THIRD PAO SS. -fj? Music ON TIIR BATTERY.-Among tho many cour tesies extended by tho officers of tho Sixth United States Infantry to thia community, not the least appreciated is tho performance of their band on the Battery ovory Saturday afternoon. A walk on tho Battery is pleasant at any time, but tho charms of that delightful resort aro greatly in creased by fino music, well performed, by a good brass band. Tho following is tho programme for this evening : No. 1. March-Albion. No. 2. Potpouri-The Musical Telegraph. No. 3. Waltz-bongs of the Thames. No. 4. Potpouri, from tho opera Martha. No. 5. Gallop-Gettysburg. Eur. ENE H ron KT, Esq., has been appointod Vico Oonsul for Brazil fo...

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. — 14 July 1866

N. York Advertisements. FURMTURE ! FURNITURE ! WnOLBSAL E~? ND RETAIL. DEGRAFF & TAYLOR, HOB. 87 * 89 BOWEBY A 05 CHBYSTTE-STREET HAT? TH? DEBT ASSOHVXD STOCK OT *P AULOH, DININQ-BOOM AND BED-ROOM FTJJR?SriTTT?lE, PRING BEDS AND BEDDING-, IN TUB UNION. ODB FACILITIES FOR MANUFAOTUBLNQ AT LOW PRICES defy competition. STEAMERS A ND HOTELS FURNISHED FOR STYLE AND QU ALI 1 X . We refer you on board of the Hudson RIvor stoam a *. ST. JOHN and DEAN RICHMOND. Faller's Patent Hair-Spring Mattresses FIVE STATE PREMIUMS AWARDED. June 21 thstu6mo JOHN B. FULLER, MANUFACTURER & DEALER, Mo. 8 D KY-STU K KT, NEW YORK, HAS In store and ready for immediate ehipment and is manufacturing to order, PORTABLE AND STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, o 26'J horse power; Ciro ular and Upright Ssw Mills o. moat approved construction, of all alzos, cutting 70 o 1000 feet of lumber per hour; Grist Mills, MRI Irons Water Wheels, and every kind of Mill Machinery; Sugar Mill?, Paper and Mining Machiner...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 14 July 1866

THE BNGLISn AND AMERICAN BINK, LIMITED. INVURPORATED UNDKU "TH IO COM PA IN' IKS' ACT, 1HO?." AUTHORIZED CAPITAL X'1,S00,000, IN 60,000 SH A Ki;s OF ?30 EACH. First Issae, 30,000 sharon, ?nd tbs remainder to be is sued as may bcrequired, under the sanction of a Gen eral Mooting. THE ENGLISH & AMERICAN BANK, LIMITED, Having opened Offices at No. ?3 WALL STREET, NEW FORK, ls prepared to sell Bills of Exchange on the ENGLISH AND AMERICAN BANK (LIMITED), Lon don, sftA; on the UNION BANK OF LONDON; to tray DUWr-of Exchange, and to Issue Commercial and Travr' ^Jfrt' Cr?dita, available in all parta of the world. Com ?merdai Credits Issued for use In the EAST INDIES, CHINA, AND AUSTRALIA, WILL BB UPON THE ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION OF LONDON., Further partionlars may be ascertained on application st the Office, No. 63 Wall street WILLIAM WOOD, Manager. OEO. BURGHALL WATTS, Assistant Manager. Apr arno? 1866. FOB 1866. 1866. EACH HOOP BEING COMPOSED IWO PERFECTLY TEMPERED SIN OLK. SPRINGS....

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