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

SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29, 180C CALENDAR FOR 1867. DEATH OJ? SASTOED P. HAWES.-From the Rich? mond Dispatch of tho 25th we copy tho follow? ing:. Wo deeply rcgrot to announco thc death on yeeterdi. of Mr. S.UIPEI, P. HAWES, an old and highly osteemod citizen. Ho went to bia placo of bnamoss in tho morning in his usual health, was soon after struck down of paralysis, and died in a short time after being romoved to his residence. He was in Iiis sixty-eighth year. His funeral will take placo at Dr. Ho3E*s church to-morrow morn? ing," ai ll o'clock. Mc.]Hawes was greatly bolovod by a large circle of friends, and his sudden death is all the moro lamented fr ..ni tho fa~tthat to-dty a happy reunion of hi? Humorous faintly was to have taken place at his rosidcac : in this city. His gifted daughter, Mrs. Terhuno (Marian H.urland), and her husband, Bov.. E. P.Torhune, of Newark, N. J., and his .Wost son, Hov. H. BL H&woa and family, of Char lotto Oouuty, had already arrived, to parti...

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 December 1866

CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, G. II. CATHCART, EDITOB, CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PJ?0PRIETO1 3. No. 18 Ii AYN E STREET. CITY P HINTERS. - TER MSC AS H. SUHSCRlPXiUN. PALLY-TWELVE MONTES.?10.00 DAILY-SIX MONTHS. 5.00 DAILY-THREE MONTHS. 2.50 BINGLE COPIES.5 cents TO NEWS DEALERS......3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. Gold closed at 133? in New York yesterday. The news by Atlantic Telegraph is again briof, owing to a break in tho lines east of Sackville, N. B. At Waterford, R. I., rJl thc -woollen mills, com? prising some forty-six acts of machinery, a~e run? ning half time, shutting their gates at 1 in the afternoon. Capt. JUDKINS, of tho Scotia, reports wost winds and favorable weataor on tho passage to Liverpool. Ho estimates Hie ran of thc New York yachts at sixteen days. Petitions aro being circulated in all tho counties of Illinois, asking tho Legislature of tho Siato to prepare an amendment io the State Constitution, to ho submitted to tho pooplo, establishing impar? tial suffrage Lato adv...

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 December 1866

tftt[ Baili %w$. SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29, 186G. LARGEST CIRCULATION ff TUE STATE. LARGEST CIRCBLATION IN TBE CITY. fiEJ-THK LIST OF LETTKR3 KJE MLA.rN"IN"Gr in. trie Postoffioe a.t ttie end of each -weel* is published offi? cially in T H K DAILY NEWS every IPriday morning. LOCAL MATTERS. WB ABB indebted to the parser of the steamer Eliza Hancox for Savannah papers of yesterday. MASONIC.-At the regular Convocation of the Germania Chapter, No. 12, the following Compan? ions were duly elected to serve for tho next ??ason ic year : Comp. J. M. PETERSEN, H. P. Comp. C. H. BERGMANN, E. Comp. J. KRUSE, S. Comp. L. F. MEYER, C. H. Comp. G. REINDECKE, P. S. Comp. G. DORKEWITZ, B. A. C. Comp. M. BORK, G. M.. 3d V. Comp. CH FLOTHMANN, G. M., 2d Y. Comp. F. J. RUCKH, G. M., 1st V. Comp. A. MELCHERS, Treasurer. Comp. R. BERGMAN Secretary. Comp. J. H. SCHMIDT, Tyler. THE STBEET RAILWAY.-The cars have been run? ning on the "Wentworth and Rutlodgo Btroct line for some days, and have only addo...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 29 December 1866

SPECIAL NOTICES. JW AWAY WITH SPECTACLES_OLD EYES made new, wiilioui Spectacles, Doctor os Medicine. Pamphlet mai?e-5 free on receipt of tan cents. Address H. B. 2L 2?., Na. 11*9 Broadway, Now Yo-L november ? W ARTIFICIAL EYES.-ASTIEICIAIi HU? MAN EYES made to order and Inserted by Drs. P. BAUOH and P. GOUGELMANN (formerly employed by BOISSOJTNXAU, of Parla), No. BM Broadway. New York. Ay rill?_ly? W OCLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.-THIS CELE? BRATED Toilet Soap, m snob eniver 8*1 demand, a made from the eSvoicost materials, ia ?slid and ?BsoUleniin Ita natue, fravgfratntly ews^Ud, sad extremely o?a*&ciai in ita action upon the ukin. Pox Baie by all Druggists and Fancy Seeds Dealer*. Febrttwry 7 _lyg GEORGE STECK & CO., WAT) XHE UNPI?EOEEENTED TRIUMPH XO EE AWARDED TWO PRIZES AT ONCE, THE GOL? AN? SILVER MEDAL, Atthe Fab? of tho American Institute, Oct. 18"5 (being the very latest datu), lor General Superiority of their MD AND SQUARE PIANOS. First premium received over all competition,...

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

SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29, 18G6. King Fcppcl. King Peppel is dead. The Africa, at Halifax, brought tho news. It was not thought of sufficient importance to send tho announcement by cable, but was brought to Halifax by tho steamer and thence telegraphed to New York. "King Poppol, of Bonny, is dead." Wo havo not soon any flags at half mast to-day, and yet wo venture to suggest to some of the ardent gentlomon who claim to be th ? special friends of tho colored race that this decease of tho most important man of that race, perhaps in all the world, might well receive some notice at their hands. But it is highly probable that a great many of the most ardent advocates of negro equality are so profoundly ignorant of what they ought to know before discussing such a subject, that they will be actually inquiring "who is King Peppel?" Klug Peppel is not. Ho was. But ho has tullen. Tho electric wires do hot tell us wnofcher he was murdered by his nobles, who have threatened it for ten years...

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

AGRICULTURAL. PEKUYIAN GUANO, &c. PERUVIAN ?IiANO-GENUINE COTTON DUCK-assorted numbera BACON-choice Clear 8idcs CORN AW JJ OATS-always on hand. For salo by R- M. BUTLER, December 23 2 North Atlantic Wharf. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KIND'S1, AT LOW BRICES; IRON AND Steel Plough?, Wheelbarrows, Trucks, Straw and Stalk Cutters, Corn Slicllorn, Fanning and Grain Mills, Cotton Gins, Corn and Cotton Planters' Seed Drills, P?ouffh Casting, Gin Gear and other Castings, Koree Power Threshing Machines, Guano, Bone Dust, Phos? phate of Limo, &c. JOHN MOORS, Docexnber 10 2mo No. 193 Front-stroct, New ?ork. iii hu mmm y "ft i 1" S-/; INGERSOLL'S1 PORTABLE HAKE PO WEE COTTON PRESS. THE INGERSOLL PRESS STANDS UNRI? VALLED FOR CONVENIENCE, ECONO? MY, CHEAPNESS AND RA? PIDITY OF WORK. IT CAN BE WORKED "?TTH TWO OP. FOUR HANDS, AND WILL TURN OUT FROM TWENTY Tu THIRTY BALES, OP FIVE HUNDRED POUNDS EACH, PER DAY. The Press can bo worked either alongside or under the Ginning Room, and thus ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 31 December 1866

VOI^lVt? II? No. " i i ii A j_. ^.? -^ ''^ = m -^^^^^ j| ^ -s-'OHA^^^ TELEGRAPHIC i Our Cable Dispatch^' LONDON, .December 25.-Tho Fenriotfca arrived afc^Cowcs at 5.40 P. M. Tuesday The other yacht not ia sight. LONDON, December 26.-Tho Fleet Wing arrived at Cowes afc 2 A. M. this morning, and the Vista at 3.80 A. SI. LONDON,. December 2G.-Tho quotations of Amorican stocks are as follows : Consols 90; Fivo Twenties 721; Erie Railroad Shares 4&}; Illinois Central 79|.'. , LIVEBPOOL, December 26.-Cotton.-Sales to-day are estimated at 13,000 bales ; tho market closed dearer. * LTVEBPOOL, December 26-Evoning.-Cotton saide, for thc day 15,000 bales at a farthing higher ; ladling Uplands at 14jd-[supposed should bo Hfi] ijONDON, December 26.-The friend J and sympa ' ?sera with, GOSDON and othors, who wore exe cd curing, the negro rebellion in Jamaica, by order of Governor ETBE, have brought matters inf o the Courts, who will now judicially determine his ?eaponsib?ity therefor. - LIVER...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 31 December 1866

MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31, i860. A. Gt- T3 NT S Tho following aro tho Agente for this paper: W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Collecting Agent. Kev. COLIN MURCHISON, General Traveling and Col? lecting Agent. TOWNSEND i NOKTH, Boofcsollers and Stationers, Columbia, S. 0. O. D. GOODMAN, Cross Hill, Laurens District, 3. C. J. V. NKTHEES, Union, S. C. Captain Vv". E. EAHLE, Greenville, 8. C. Col. J. J. RYAN, Barnwell, 8. C. J. T. DuIJOIS, Marion. C. 8. HARBY, Sandy Ford P. O., Madison Co., Fla. PATRICK k HUVEY, Macon, Ga. J. Y. H. WILLUMB, Clinton, 8. G. J. R. ALLEN, Chester C. H., 8. 0. W. 8. LANCE, Grahamville P. O., Beaufort, S. ?. B. F. BRADFORD, Waltorbo.-o', S. C. H. L. DARR, Sumter, S. (J. THAD. C. ANDREWS, Orangebnrg, S. 0. J. M. BROWN; Botiiherncr office," Darlington, 6. 0. M. M. QUINN ft BRO., Augusta. J. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Gn. ISAAC DA VEGA, Agent in New York. J. L. SHECUT, Agent at Atlunta, Ga. WM. HENDERSON, Agent at BenuetteviuV, S. 0. State Items. CITY CURRENCY....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 31 December 1866

MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31,1866. CALENDAR FOR 1867. Imports. HALIFAX, N 8-For Br Brig Chebaotoo-56,000 foot I Lumber, 70,000 Lathe, 172bhls, 155 half bbls, 59 qr bbls Fiah, - kits Mackerel, pkgs Codfish, Salmon, 1 fte.-To T S & T O Budd. 2 pkga-To Willis & Chis 0 Exports. BAHAMAS-Per Br Sehr Gertrude-15,000 feet Lumber, 25,000 Shingles, and Sundrios. ' HEW YORK-Per Steamship Saragossa-218 bales Soa Island and 483 bales Upland Cotton, 8 bbls Sugar, 191 tierces Rice, (?1 pkgs Suudrios, 44 bales Domestics, 2 tierces Wax, 30 Bags and 1 box Tobacco, and 15 rolls Loather. BALTIMORE-Por Steamship Falcon-8 bales Sea Island and 131 bales Upland Cotton, 5 bags Wool, 37 boxos Sugar, 65,000 feet Lum Dor, and Sundries.Per Steamship Adele-188 bales Cotton, 40,000 fet-t Lum? ber, K Boree Rico, 1 lind Bones, 1 bale Wool, 6 bales Hides,* 17(1 Hides, 1 bundle Skins, 1 bbl Beef, 1 cask Brandy, 1 box Machinery, ll Empty Barrels, 7 bbls Rosin, a bbls Turpentine, 8 bales Bags, 7 bales Rags. Tile...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 31 December 1866

iiEE? mi m% G. R. CATHCART, EDUC*, , i CATHCART, MoMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. _ No/18' KAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS! TERMS GASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY-TWELVE MOWCHS.$10.00 DAILY-SIX MONTHS. 5.00 ?ALLY-THREE MONTHS. 3.50 BINGLE COPIES.5 cents TO NEWS DEALERS.-.3 cent? Uli ? . .ii?? NEWS SUMMARY. They are luxuriating on frosh shad in Savannah. A special Washington dispatch says that the President will hereafter rcfuso the use of troops in the Southern States except in case of riot. The tobacco crop in Missouri this year ie esti? mated at from twelve to fifteen thousand hogs? heads. The latest fashions in Paris is a bonnet with chignon attached, so that a lady buying her bon? net can get her back hair along with it. It is Btatodthat a member of tho Tennessee Legislature, who is not satisfied with his pay, has added a trifle to his income by becoming a waiter in a Nashville restaurant. The Alabama Legislature, by adjourning over for the holidays, put the peoplo of Alabama to an expe...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 31 December 1866

MONDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 31,18GC. LARGEST fflCIILATIOX IK THE STATE. LARGEST C1R?JL? IS TUE CITY. .?. "THE LIST OF LETTERS ?^" .MAINING in the Post office at the | ?ml of eaoh week is published offi .oiKlly in THE DAILY W S ^very Friday morning. _____ LOCAL, MATTERS. To om SOBSCBIBEBS.-We would call the atten? tion of thoBe who aro indebted to us throughout the country, that the oW year ifl closing and their accounts are not ye? settled. The price of fiub scription is not large, and will not be missed from their plethoric pockets. The first of January has lom: boon celebrated as a day set apart for closing old u(!counts, and we would not have our friends J depart from this time-honorod custom. Money is tho motive power of every enterprise, and news? papers are no exception, and wo respectfully ask our country subscribers to cash up and commence the new year with a clear record. Tat; HEAVY STOBM prevailing, together with the 1er and snow, havo interrupted tho communication, and ;i it...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 31 December 1866

SPECIAL NOTICES. 49- AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD BYES Bade new, without Spectacles, Doctor or Medicino fftmphlet mailed free on receipt of ton cant?. Address S, B. FOOTE. M. D., Ne. 11?0 Broadway, Hew Yoi*, Hoven? ber o_i_^ >to___ gsr ARTIFICIAL EYES.-ARTIFICIAL HU KAN EYES made to order and inserted by Dr?. F. BAUCH and P. GOUGELMANN (formerly employed by Roi??ONNiA?, of Paris), No. 699 Broadway, New York. April 14_I_lyr ' *?? COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.-THIS CELE. BRAT2D Toilet Soap, in snob universal demand, ? made from the choicest materials, ls mild and ?saolll?ntin its nature, fragrantly scented, a** extremely beneficial in its action upon the skis. tfor ' Bale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Coalers. February 7_l7t, GEORGE STECK & CO., HAD THE DNPREOEEENTED TRtDMPH TO B E AWARDED TWO PRIZES AT ONCE, THE GOLD AND SILVER MEDAL, Atthe Fair of the American Institute, Oot. 18' S (being ibo very latest date), for General Superiority of their GRAND MD SQUARE PIANOS? JWrst premium re...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 31 December 1866

m r MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31,18f)(i. v,T?<.' Proposed National Convention-Mc?< Inir ox" the Democratic Executive Con** mlttoe. A Washington letter Btatcs that tho National Democratic Resident Committee held a mooting on the o\ ming of the 20th inst., at (ho National Hotel, jwlueli was largely attended, many of the members of the Democratic General Committee particip?t-/ . lng in the proceedings. Hon. Charles Mason pre? sided, and Hon. Thomas B. Florence acted as Sec? retary. The subject of an early call of a Demo? cratic National Convention ivas generally discussed, but a decision was postponed until Monday next, .when probably the matter will be disposed of. It wa? concedpdon all hands that the time had arriv? ed '.vli.in tho Domooracy, reinforced by all persona and parties desiringa Government of Constitution? al hnerty and law, should coflunence an active ?ampnign. i he Committee resolved, as a fitting preparatory movement, to celebrate in Washing? ton, on the 8th of Jan...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 31 December 1866

AGRICULTURAL. SWAN ISLAND GUANO. CT A A TONS SWAN ISLAND GUANO, CARGO OF ?UU British bark Jas. Wilson, direct from the Island, which is highly recommended, as per analysis of Prof. Shepard. Price $20 per ton, oash. " Price $25 per tod, city acceptanco, on time,with interest. ,. '. J. N.. ROBSON, . -No. 62 East Bay. ANALYSIS OF SWAN ISLAND GUANO. [OOPT.] 0SABLE8T?N, December 28th, 1866. " ?ir. Robson, Dear Sir:. The sample taken by raysolf last evening, of theSwan Island Guano, baa tho following. constituents: Y Phosphate of Lime.;.. 41 Organic (Vegetable) Matter. 8.40 Carbonate of Lun?..: . .. 1.60 Soluble Salts, chiefly Chlorides of Calcium, Souimn, . - Potassium and Magnesium, with Sulphates of the same bases, all taken together, about j? per .... cent..,...;._.. 00 Matter, insoluble in acids, mostly Silica, and Silica , with Por-0?ide of Iron. 10.2o Water (expelledat 212 deg).... :.'..'. 32.80 ' 100.46 The chomical and mechanical conditions of this Guano flt it admirably for tho ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 1 January 1867

VOLUME III-NO. 407.] CHARLESTON; S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. Out- ( aille Dixnntchca. LONDON, December 28.-Tl'o report bas been re ?ivedjth&t tho Christian Powers wi 1 intorvono in ?"io affairs of ?bo Christian subjects ?f Turkey, ho (Tiirtca; however, editorially states that tho lancos of co liaiou grow smaller daily, though in l?ase trouble should arise. Kurland will be disposed to let events take their c mao, without making an effort to shape them to her -wishes. BERLIN. December 27.-It is roported on the au? thority of semi-official newspapers that Austria meditates tho invasion of Turkoy. TBDESTE, Docetnbor 23.-The" Turks arc said to be again defeated, with hoiyy loss, by the Cand?an insurgents. ?". !- .-! BERLIN. Deo amber 28.-rThe King of Hanover has Anally releas?dall tho.officcrs of his late army from their allegiance, ahd many of them will enter the Prcssian service. LIVKTOOOL, December 23, P. M.-Tho Cotton market closed o...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 1 January 1867

TH.E WESTON DAILY NEWS, C: lt. CATHCART. EuiTon. CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPISIETOl S. No. 18 KAYNE STREET. CITY P lt INTERS. TERM S CASH = SOBSCRIPTION. DAILY- rWELVEMONXHS..810.00 DAILY-.IX MONTHS. 0,00 DAILY-1 UREE MONTHS. 3'5W BINGLE G >PIES.5 cents XO NEWS l>EAL.CEd.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. It is said that English speculators are buying up milk on the Continent, roducing it, by a drying process, to powder, importing it to England and mixing it with water for uso. The last census gives the population of New Zealand, exclusive of tho military and their fami? lies, at 190,607. Tuero aro about 85,000 aboriginal na ives principally iu tho province of Auckland. "A special dispatch to tho Now York World," says the Cleveland Plalndealer, " which has hereto? fore been taking tho dispatches of tho Now York Monopoly, to-day gave in its adhesion to tho West? ern Associated Press." The Sultan of Turkey is building a hot-house at an expense of $100,000. He already has a houso wh...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 1 January 1867

TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 1, 18G7. T?O CAL MATTERS. To orn SCBSCHIBEBS.- We would call Ibo atten? tion of thoao who aro indebted to UH throughout tho country, that tho old year is closing and thoir accounts aro not yet scttlod. Tho price of sub? scription is not large, and will not bo missed from their plethoric pockots. The first of January has long been celebrated as a day set apart for closing old accoTiuts, and wo would not have our friends depart froji this time-honored custom. Money is the motive power of oyory enterprise, and news? papers are DO exception, and wc. respectfully ask our country subscr.bors to cash up Rnd commence the new year with a clear record. NEW TEAK'S DAY.-To-day being tho first ol the year, in accordanco with a timc-honorod custom no paper will be issuod from this office to-morrow. A holiday in &.printing office- is rare, and all. from the Devil to the Editor, will :enjoy tie opening of the year,-and ,?they each and severally wish all many happy retur...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 1 January 1867

CALENDAR FOR 1867. OD CS Feb'ry. gre April. ?1! H OD O j?ly.~7 August. 9 10 10 17 23121 29130 31 ll 112 13 18 19 30 26 26 CITY COUNCIL. EXTRA MEETING. COUNCIL CHAMBER, December 28. Present-The Mayor and Aldormen Ravenel. Wragg, Gerdts, Small, Btclnmeyor, Olney, Honour, Marshall, Eu? ston, Whllden, Cosgrove, Willis, Butler, Oakes, Courte? nay and Pringle. Alderman Olney qualified and took his seat. Tho reading of tho minutos ?> as dispensed with. Tho followih g matters were disposod of : Application of Durbec fe Co. for an Auctioneer's Li? cense. Referred to tho Committee on Licenses. Petition of Edward Lafitte, praying a reduction of as? sessment, and a remission of taxes upon his lot. Re? ferred to Committee on Relief. Communication of C. S. Jenkens and others, Lumber Inspectors, in reference to fees for measuring, &c. In? formation. Petition of Eliza Loc, to nave hor son, a hiuatic, placed in the Asylum. Referred to Committeo on Relief. The following notices were received a...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 1 January 1867

VOLTIME IV.NO. 428. CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 1, 1867. PRICE Tmm rnSfrTS " ' TELEGRAPHIC. Our Cab!? Di <?:a ir hrs. LONDON. Dece?nl>or SSL-Tho- report has bren re vived that thc Olirt?ti:iii Powers v. i 1 intervene in the affairs of Uio Christian subject-- of Turkey. The Tintes. however, editorially si a ted that tho chancos of co lisioit grow smaller' dnilv. though in eade trouble should arise. F::gl?nd will Indisposed to let events lake their ? mrs;;, wit!mut making an effort to shape them to her wishes. BERLIN. December 27.- It is reported on thc au? thority of semi-official newspapers that Austria meditates tho invasion ntTureevi TRTESTC. December 2.".. -Tho Turks are -aid to be again defeated, with heavy los<i, by tho Caudian insurgents. BERLIN. December 23. -The Kins of Hanover has finally released all ibo officers ot1 hid lato anny from their allegiance, and many of tiiem will enter tho Prussian service: LIVERPOOL, December 2S, I'. M.-Tho Cotton ma...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 1 January 1867

TBL 33 CHARLESTON DAILY M% G : E. CATHCART. EPITOB. "CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, * . JT * *- PR0PR?ETO1 s. NcJifeH-AYNE STREET, a*T - . CITY PRINTERS. TERMS CASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- TWELVEMONTHS.?10.00 DAILY-; IX MONTHS. 5.00 DAILY-1 GREG MONTHS. 3.^0 81N0LS O. ?PIES.3 cents TO NEWS DEALERS.-.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. It ia said that English speculators arc buying up Tnillr on the Continont, reducing it, by a drying process, to powder, importing it to England and mixing it with water for use. Tho last census gives tho population of New Zeoland, exclusive of thc military and thoir fami? lies, at 190.GC?. There aro about 83,000 aboriginal na ives principally in tho province of Auckland. "A special dispatch to tho Now York World? says the Cleveland Ptoiadeater, ?iwhich has'hercto fore boen taking tho dispatches of tho New York Monopoly, to-day gavo in its udhcsiou to tho West? ern Associated Press." Tho Sultan of Turkey is building a hot-houso at an expenso of $100,000. Ho already h...

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