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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 29 November 1866

CH?RSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, I860. COMMERCIAL. Imports. LIVERPOOL-Per ship Amolia-5 bbls Ale, to Order; 8 .. casks and 1 case Hardware, to J Thompson & Co: 8 packages Bedding, 6 boxes Effects, 3 boxes and 1 ! bbl Guano, to J F Blacklock; 50 bags Rice, to Order; .21 casks Hardware, to Hart & Co; 32 casks Hardware, .. .400 Moulds, 4 bags Nails, 20 bags Nails, to J E Adger j k Co ; i casks Hardware, to H Jager: 40 bales Dundoo Bagging, 1 case Musical Instruments, 1 case Private Effects, to Order; 20 bales Hagging, to C T Mitchell &'Co; 80 Plates and 16G bells Stcel.to J Agnew & Co; 1 -.-tin case Effects, 1 box Engravings, to Ordor; 116 cases Machinery, 394 Iron Weights, to Taft & How? land; 3 cases Hardware, 1 case Guns, to ?Graveloy; 6 boxes Fish, 1 bbl Salmon, to^Ordor; CO packages Her? rings, to Order; 35 bbls Ale, 250 Stouo Jars, to Order; 3000 sacks Salt, 100 tons Coal, to J I Welsman; ll | nouuds, to Order; 1 Parcel, to Dr Hose; 1 Case, to J Moffott; 1 Case,...

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. — 29 November 1866

THE M DAM NEWS, G. R. CATHCAET, EDITOR, CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS, No. 18 HAYNE STREET. . CITY PRINTERS. TERM8 GASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY-TWELVE MONTHS.$10.00 DAILY-SIX MONTHS. 5.00 DAILY-THREE MONTHS. 3.90 BINGLE COPIES.5 cents TO NEWS DEALERS.-.3 cents ... NEWS SUMMARY. Gold closed yesterday in Now York at iU Cotton openod in Livorpool yesterday at U?d. for Middling Uplands. Noarly nine thousand pupils of the public schools in Cincinnati are studying German. The meteoric display was witnessed to great ad Tantago in London on the morning ol' the 14th in? stant, about one o'clock. Tho pork-packing season commenced at Louis T?IIO November 22. Seven hundred hogs were slaughtered. Thanksgiving day is to be obscrvcd.in New York by numerous i'osfcivals in tho various charitable and other institutions. Tho New York Post is out against Hon ACE GREE? LEY for United States Senator, on acconnfc of his high protection tariff notions. Hon. HERSCHEL V. JOHNSON has resigned ilie...

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. — 29 November 1866

flu pill |wg? ^ THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1866. . LARfiEST filRCI LATIIft Iii THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION i THE CITY. 4?pTHE LIST OF LETTERS RE? MAINING in the IPostoffice at the end of each week is pxiblished offi? cially in T H E DAILY-NEWS every Friday morning. "LOCAL MATTERS. TaANKsamna DAT.-To-day having boen ap? pointed as a day of thanksgiving and prayer, both by the President of tho Unitod States and the City Fathers, no paper will bo issued fr om this offico until Saturday morning. It han been always cus? tomary, heretofore, for the city to celebrate its own thanksgiving day separate from that of the Union or of tho State, but wo suppose our wiso men considered that wo Were too poer at present to sparo two days from work, and that, therefore, it was best to lump tho business. Tho principal food for reflection on thanksgiving day. in a na? tional point of view, will bo, that, ?bad as things aro, they might have boon a great de?:l worso; but, municipally speaking, our...

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 November 1866

0 THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 18CC. COMPROMISES. THE CONDITION OF THE COUNTB? AND THE DUTY OF CONGRESS-A PROTEST FROM WENDELL PHILLIPS. IProm the j?7iti'Slavery Standard.] ..We hear of compromisos to bo suggested by the President. It is rumored that ho ia prepared to adopt Mr. Greeley's plan, universal amnesty and universal or impartial suffrage. Tho Democratic party, it is said, and the Southern rebels also., ac? cept this. We may bc obliged to submit to it now, since treason in the White House and "Practical | Statesmanship" (?) in thc capital liavo lost us tho j golden opportunity of May, 1865. Such terms are a preventative of future rebellions; the precedent thus set that men may rebel afc Richmond, starve and torturo at Andersonville, vWjh?J^T*X Fort-Pillow riot, and murder nt Memphis and New Orleans, and still laugh at aw and justice. . ? But with a traitor in the Presidential chan; with the dominant party all at sea, without chart or pi? lot, its officers having shut thems...

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. — 29 November 1866

. * .... . . ?. ^?f&S VOLUME III....NO. 403.] CHARLESTON- S. C. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29. lfifiR rnri _-_?__?-? TELEGRAPHIC. South Carolina Legislature. [SPECIAL TO THE CHARLESTON DAILY news.] Columdla, Novombor 28.-Tho following Bills woro presented in tho Houbo to-day : A Bill to incorporate tho Ch&rloston Drodging tui? Wharf Building Conipnny had its first roading, and was voforrod to tho Coinmittoo on Incorpora tions. A Bill for improving tho streets of Charleston Was referred to tho Charleston Delegation. A Bill incorporating tho Charleston Board of Trade, on motion of Goa. Waoeneb, was read a .ocond timo ; tho unfavorable report of tho Com mittoo boing laid upon tho table. Mr. Campbell's Soa Island Cotton Loan Bill had ita first rending. Mr. \Vablet _ resolution in rogard to Jeffebson Davis wa. made tho special order on Friday at 1 P.M. |T The House recognized tho Thanksgiving Day appointed by tho President of tho United States, and adjourned to moot again on Frid...

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. — 29 November 1866

fin? fjjwji jm$? THURSDAY MOBNINO, NOVEJIBEB 29, 18CG. FOBEIG^ NEWS. BNGbAXD. u.i ii.Mi. i to Hie ?Vciv Lortl Mayor of London. B Tn?iorl'inl Speech by Lortl Derby. Tho folio win/,' is the speech delivered by Lord Dunnv at tho banquet given November 9 to tho new Lord "Mayor of London : Tho Earl of Derbv, who was received with great onUnwiasm, >oW .' **? L01"*1 M?yor, my* Lords, La ches ?uni Gentlemen: I riao for tho purposo of ox nresHiii" or at least endeavoring to express, on the narF'of inv colleague? ond myself, our gratoful Sense of tim high honor which you have done us on the present occasion, of tho kind and llattering terms in which vonr lordship haB bcon plcasod to Bpcak of mvfloll and collcnguos, nud tho gratify ing the cordial, may I say tho more than cordial manner in which our health haB boon accepted by tliia f-rcat assembly? [Loud cheers.] And yet, my Lord".Ma vor, my couoagucsandmyaolfdouotaofar deceive ?iUHclvcB us to attach to such deroonatra tionsof vourgood wil...

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. — 29 November 1866

3/ln? gaili| pius THURSDAY MORNINQ, NOVEMBER 29, 18?0. COMMEKCIAL. Imports. LIVERPOOL-Por ship Amelia-, bbls Ale, to Order; 8 casks oud 1 caso Hardware, to J Thompson & Co: 8 packages Bedding, 0 boxes Effects, 3 boxes and 1 bbl Guano, to J F Blacklock; ?O baga Rico, to Order; 21 casks Hardware, to Hart.. Co; 32 casks Hardware, 400 Moulds, 4 bags Nails, 20 bagB Nails, to J E Adger k Co; 1 caiks Hurd ware, to H J?ger : 40 bales Dundee Dogging, 1 caso Musical Instrumenta, 1 case Private Effects, to Order; 20 boles Bagging, to C T Mitchell __ Co-, KO Plates and ICO bdls Stool,to J Agnewk Co; 1 tin case Effects, 1 box Engravings, to Order; 110 C0-.CH Machinery, 391 Iron Weights, to Taft k How land : 'J ca-.es Hardwaje, 1 caso Guns, to C Graveley ; C boxea Fish, 1 bbl Salmon, to Order; CO packages II er ringe, to Order; 35 bbls Ale, 250 Stone Jars, to Order; 3000 packs Salt, 100 tons Coal, to J T Welsmon; 11 Hounds, to Order; 1 Parcel, to Dr Roso; 1 Case, to J Molle! t; 1 Case, to J F...

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

T-?i_E3 CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, G. R. CATHCART, Editob, cathcart, mcmillan & morton, PROPRIETORS, No. l8 MAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS CASH. B-B?0RITT1ON. ?AILY-TWELVE MONTHS. lO.OO DAILY-SIX MONTHS. 5.00 DAILY-THREE MONTHS. ?.50 BINGLE COPIES.5 cents TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. - ? ? ? Gold closod yostorday in Now York at ali. Cotton oponed in Liverpool yestorday nt ll_d. for Middling Uplands. Nearly nino thousand pupila of the public schools in Cincinnati uro studying (.orman. Tbo motcoric display was witnoascd to groat ad Tnntngo in London ou Ibo morning of tbo 14th in stant, about one o'clock. Tbo pork-packing season commenced at Louis ville November 22. acron hundred bogs woro slaughtered. Thanksgiving day is to bo obsorred in Now York by nuinorouu festivals in tbo various obaritablo and othor institutions. Tbo Now Yorl. Post is out against Horace Gbee i_ey for United States Senator, on account of bia high protection tariff notions. Hon. Hebscoei, V. Johnson h...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 29 November 1866

THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 18C0. LARGEST CIRCULATION ?N TUE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ?tf*THK T-.IST OH* I__raT_?-CI_S _*.__ -Vl_-.I"N"IN"Cr iiv tlio Postolflee at tho end of on.ola woelc is j>vil>H?heil ofll oially in. T H I<I DAILY 1ST IE \V S evei-y ir*ri?Tay ?a-oi'iiiiic*? LOCAL MATTERS. Ti__!*_somNa Dat.-To-day having boon ap pointed na a day of thanksgiving and prayer, both by the President of tho United States and tho City Fathors, no papor will bo issued from tbiB offico until Saturday morning. It baa boon always cus tomary, heretofore, for tho city to celebrate ila own thanksgiving day Boparato from that of tho Union or of tho Stato, but wo suppose our wiso "Oicn considered that wo wcro too poor at present to epnro two dayB from work, and that, tberoforo, it was bc3t to lump tho business. Tho principal food for reflection on thanksgiving day, in a na tional point of view, will bo, that, bad as tbinga aro, tboy might bavo boen a great deal woree; b...

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. — 29 November 1866

THURSDAY ?OBNIMQ, NOVEMBER ??, 1866. "~COM PllOM IS IC -i. TITE CONDITION OF TUF. COUNTUV AXD Till*. DOTS OF ooSam-A vamnttrt ro?. wekdkm, xnu.-iiv*. [From thr Anti-SUxvrry Standard.] Wo hcnr of compromises lo he suggested by the PMH-dant. K ta rumored that he in prcjiarcil to -.dont Mr. Grcolev'- plan, universal ainuc-ty auil __iversal or impartial BUflrago. Tb?Deu.-xratic .nnrlv it i? aaiil, and tho bout horn rebels also, ac ?n-nt tub. We may bo obliged to submit to it now. piuce treason in ?ho White House and "lTaetical and tortnro at Andereonville. play tho brute at Fort Pillow riot, and murder at Memphis and New Orlcant*. and still laugh at law and jut-tice. lint with a traitor in tho Probidcutial chair; with tho dominant partv nil at sea. without chart or pi lot it? oftiecr- having ehut themselves uji in the cabin, stuffed their ears with cotton and covered their eves Bcven-fold for fear of tho lightning and tho uoib?, with timid non-combatants for editors of our leading journ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 29 November 1866

PAINTS, OILS. ETC. w11, ii. mill) ? co., Importers and Jlauiiihcturers OP r WHITE LEAD, ZINC PAINTS, TAKNISHES, COLOKS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS, BRUSHES, Kerosene Lamps, SASHES, DOORS AMI BIRDS. DEALERS IN REFINED PETROLEUM. Agents for MARVIN'S SAFES AND HOWE'S PLiTPOBM SCALES. 203 EAST BAT STREET, SION OF MARVIN'S SAFE. WE ARE SOLE PROPRIETORS OF THE FOL LOWING BRANDS OF WHITE LEAD, which are COPYRIGHTED, nnd boar OUR TRADE MARK, nnd all infringements will bo dealt with according to law: W. M. B. & CO.'S STONEWALL, WANDO, OHICORA and ETIWAN. Also, WM. M. B. ft CO.'S AND QUEEN CITY ZINCS. November 21 au CHAP PUNT Al OIL STORE, No. 85 East Bay. WHITE LEAD8, ZINC PAINTS, OILS, *****TNDO*"V CLASS, COLORS OF ALL KINDS, for salo at tho loivest prices by DOUGLAS & MILLER. HOUSES, STEAMBOATS AND PUBLIC BUELDINaS Painted in every style. Tliaukfnl to our friends for tho past liberal patronage, we hope to merit a continuance of their favors. nithlnio November 8 HOLMES & CALDER, SUCCESS...

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

WATCHES, JEWEtRY, ETC. w AND SILVERWARE. JAMES E. SPEAR, 235 KIA G-ST., Opposite Hasel, BBS-BBS TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF HI8 FRIENDS, AN? THE PUBLIC GENERALLY, TO HI8 FINE STOCK OF GOODS WHICH HE HAS SELECTED WITH GREAT CARE. COMPRISING A FINE ASSORTMENT OF WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER IN? PLATED WARE. ALSO, FANCY ARTICLES, SITITAIILK FOR THE APPROACHING HOLIDAYS. ' Ho would particularly call tho attention of those who dosiro to IMPROVE THEIR SIGHT To lils Fino Assortment of GOL?, SILVER, AND mi SPECTACLES, AMD EYE GLASSES, Which will bo nndcr tho spocial anperintondonco of Mr. JO??N S. BIRD, Sr., Who is well known to the citizens of this State and city for his long experience in this branch, and who would bi- plcaacd to solicit the visits of those in need. November '__!) j,- thutu3 i jit . UPHOLSTERY, ETC. BUFF HOLLAND Window Shades made A?rn, rtrr ur by H. W. KINSMAN, NO. -175 KING STREET, Up Stairs, over Levy k Alexandor. Norombcr 28 2 PAPER HANGINGS, SUITABLE FOR PARLORS, HALLS, DIN...

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. — 1 December 1866

^C- . ( * -a VOLUME III....NO. 4=03._ CHARLESTON; S. C, SATUEDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, I860. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. ? ? ? South Carolina Legislature. [Br-CIA_ TO DA___ KEWB.] Colu-?ii>ia. November 30.-Tho Legislative pro ceedings were rather important to-day. Mr. Sri-vi* oflorcd ?a resolution to rcgulftto tho WSOS-tncnl ou real ostatc, und road statistics to prove lae oxpodioucy of doing no; which waa ro , Anrod. Election? for Secretary of Stato, and Commis ?ioncrs of Equity for nino Districts, will toko placo to-morrow. Joint Committees from both Houses wore ap pointed to confer on an olection for United Statos Senator-tho c.ection for which will occur on Tuesday. Mr. Warley'? resolutions o-pressing sympathy for jEFr_n30*a Davis wore prosontod, and caused .onsider.iblo discussion between Mossra. Warley, Early, Bonham, TnEscoT, and Townsend, which TToro finally referrod to the Coixtmittco on Federal Bolatioi.?. Message No. 2 from hiB Excellency tho Governor, in refccncc t...

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. — 1 December 1866

"SATURDAY MOBNIN?, DBOEMBBg 1, 18C0. SOUTH (AlU?MNA I.KCJISI.ATUKE. TIIIUD DAY. [FBOM Ot'U -I'ECIAL l.KI'OBTEB. ] Tim SENATE. Com .im \, November as.- -The Journal of yes terday's proceedings was read. Mcs-ts. J. I'. ltlcUABBSOM, of Clarendon, aud Taon. TuoxMO-t. of Abbeville, appeared and took their ?min. Bov< :..:i petitions from different parties, praying relief from (looa imposed, and for remuneration for ?orviccs roiidercd, were oilercd. The following Bill swore introduced : Hill i-. amend the Charter or Georgetown. Bill to iucorporato the Charleston Loan Associa Bill lo incorporate tho Supremo Council of tho Som ivi -,i ('.rand Inspector General of tho Thirty- ? third r&gtvoof the Southern Jurisdiction of the A r.W ...'aller tho sittings of the Couria at L'-.-.v ] in Ihe ?i.-'tern Circuit. Was referred to tho Com mitliv .V: Judiciary. . Tho pre --iitmoiits <>f the Grand .Tunea from the different Di tricts wire offered and referred to tho Conm-iU?. on Judiciary. -?...

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. — 1 December 1866

f feg j}ailt| gro* SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1,18CG. COMMERCIAL. Exports for tin- Wrek < nillup Friday, November 30. ronEioii. LIVERPOOL-Pet ship Ida Lilly-13 bales S I and 1029 bales Upland Cotton, 413 bbls Kosiu, 30 boxes Oro. BARACOA-Per sehr Ornpo Shot- 1600 feet Pim. Lum ber, GO bbls Onions, nu bbls Potatoes, 15 bbls Rosin, .i bbls Turpentine. DOMESTIC. BOSTON-Por steamship George B Upton-140 tierces Rice, 86 balcB Upland Cotton, 7 bags Sea Island Cotton, 72 cases Merchandize, C4 bales Rags, Toiler and Rope, 130 hogsheads and barrels Iron, Arc. NEW" YORK-Per Steamship Quaker City-213 l?ales Up land Cotton, 80 bales Sea Island Colton, 74 tierces Rico, 80 pncliago3 Sumirlos.Per steamship Ando luslo-4. bales S I Cotton, 613 bales Upland Cotton, 82 bbls Rosin, 1 tiorco Rice, 25 empty Bbls, 21 Pack ages Sundries.Per steamship Raleigh-130 tierces Rice, M bales S I omi 314 bales Upland Cotton, COO Packages Sundries.Per steamship B B Soudor 138>j tiercos Rico, 383 bales Upland C...

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. — 1 December 1866

Mkwmm DAILY EWS, O. It. CATHCART, Eorron, OATIICART, Mcmillan & morton, PROPKIBTORS. No. l8 MAYNE STREET. CITY PB! N T I. R S TERMS CASH. BUB3_lU_PnON. DAILY-TWELVE MONTHS..1O.0-D DAILY-?DC MONins. ri.00 daily-rnnEBMO-craa. 2.30 ?mau?eovis?a.scent? TO NEWU DEALERS.-.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY Oiu* din].itches ?nut n'ghl wero ho bungling that it waa itnposijlblo lo toll the closing prico of gold in No.v fork, Highway robberies and gr.rroting aro occurring willi alarming tVoqt-onoy in Boston. Wii.i.i.._i AYai.j:.. baa been appointed Surveyor of the Port of Baltimore. Quarnuli-ic on .cstc'u fr-^m all United Stalo3 porta lins leo ; abolished at Havana, provided tho billa of hcalUi aro cloan. A fire in l.ea\.i_.votlh, Kansas, on Saturday evening, destroyed five buildings, in tho principal business portion of tim o'.ty. Tho New York Times, of tho 27ih ult., baya : "Jeff and ?Toi.r.rn Davis' plantations liavo boon loasod lo an association of colored mon." A __rro3pon_ont of tho Atlanta Iidcl...

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. — 1 December 1866

f?w[ galil gm& SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 18G0. ?ARGEST IS !.\ THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATE l.\ THE CITY. trsr'riiir. i_,TS'.r o?*1 i_.Tt_rrTir.i.s RF_ MAINI-NTO in tli.? I'o.stoGic.o at tl?o eml of euoli woeli i.s publish?--- olli oiully in a1 li I- DAILY _>T Jl_ AV S ?very BVi-ltty iiioi-ninu. LOCAL MATTERS. We LE.t?.v. from tho Yorkvilto Enquirer, thal p?s,ongors by tho Cb.ulot'o Railroad for Charles ton, mo dot-lined soventcon hourn at Columbia. The Finn DEP.vn?MK^r.-Oar road-Ota will ploaso notico the regulation adopted by (ho Fire 1'opnrt motiL, piiblishod in another part of tho paper. Every riglil-niindotl ponton will nt onco neo tho propriety of tine step, and assist in ii? enforce ment. -o The remains ol' our yoting, gallant; and devoted W. A. DoTTi:nEit, of 23.1. S. C. V., who foil in tho forefront of the conflict at Drowry's Bluff, Ya., May, 18.15-1, waa disinterred from tho battle field und privatoly buried at Magnolia, Wodnot-day, 29th Novoniber, 18CC. A New L...

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. — 1 December 1866

SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1. 1800. __l-_.0-.-i-A ITEMS. i?w__vTi_!_MAinf--ATT___PT__i Uoninr.-W_ leam f.-nm n letter trota Milledgcvillo to tho Atlanta Iu i?il?"et'ci-r tli.-.l <"i Tuosdnv night hist a concerted n< tcmi.t w.-t.i wade by < I?*' inmates of ?io Ponitotitiary *o esca?o bv overpowering tho otoccra anil guards. Tho wrftor ?ay*! "i untlm -.tanti that ?oino six wliito oonv.cfs .-mt! !t largo numbor of tho negroes woro concerned. Tho ugrcoinont, HI it appears, had been entered into that a general rush should bo untie upon tho keepera as soon an supnor was end ed' rho attempt was made, and might havo boon ?nacut-ful but for tho prompt action of the officer? nntl guards, and tho assislnnco of tho majority of the while convicts who sided with tho hoopers. It ia baili that tho plan that luid boen agroctl upon wau to leave tho plaoo in a hotly, enter tho city, burn, plunder and destroy, if llioy succeeded in overcoming tho officers and guard?. Of coona snell a disciplin...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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