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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 8 January 1867

TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 186T; LOCAL MATTERS. To OUR SPBSCBXBEES_We would call tho atten? tion of those who are indebted to ns throughout the colinby, that theold year is closing and their accounts are not yet settled. Tho prico of sub? scription is not largo, and will not be missed from their plethoric pockots. Tho first of January has long been celebrated as T. day sot apart far closing old accounts, and wo would not havo cur friends depart from tliie time-honor^-1 cust^-j.. Money is tho motivo power of every enterprise, and news? papers are no oxception, and wo respectfully ask our country subscribers to cash up and commence the now year with a clear record. WE ABE indebted to Mr. M. M. QDTNN, of the Up-Town News Depot, for lato copies of Northern papers. To Mr. P. TOOLEE, of tho Central News Depot, No. 108 Markot street, we axe indebted for late copies of the Hound Table, Staate Zeitung, and other New York papers, daily and weekly. THE STRIKE OF TUE STEVEDORES.-The large numb...

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. — 8 January 1867

TUESDAY HOBNING, JANUARY 8, 1867. COMMERCIAL. Exporta. HEW YORK-Per bark Orchflla-175,000 foot Flooring Boards. BALTIMORE-Per sehr Nadab-62,145 feet Lumber. Tile Charleston Cotton Mnrkct OFFICE OF THE DAILY NEWS. COABLESTON. Monday EvanlBg, January 1. Buyers thinking that prlcea hero were too high in pro? portion to other marketa, were indisposed to continue their purchases, unless factors accepted rates from .1?2c. 9 lb lower than previous quotations. Holders showing but Ettie disposition to meet these views, solas were in a great measure suspended, the transactions amounting to only 20 bales-soy 10 at 32; 6 at S2K. and 4 at 34. In tho ' present state of the market, quotations are omitted. [OORBJEaPONDENCE DAXLS NEWS.] Cardenas (Cuba) Market. CARDENAS, December 27, 1866.-Since our last, on the 20th inst, a heavy monetary crisis has prevailed in the Havana market, owing to the scarcity of specie, which ls felt throughout tho country in consequence of a con? nection of various circum...

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. — 9 January 1867

i ?MW???? mt VOLUME IV......NO. 434. CHARLESTON, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 9, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. OUB TELEGRAPHIC FACTLrrtES.-Our arrange? ment, recently made with Mr. CBAIO for receiving early t?l?graphie reports of tho New York and Liverpool cotton markets, is now fully completed, and we have regnlarly each day from eleven to one o'clock, on our bulletin, tho morning cotton and money quotations of both markets. Yester? day at 12 o'clock we had the reports from both places. This arrangement will be of advantage to merchants and others, and we invite them to the benefit of it. Our Cable Dispatches. LONDON, January 7-Evening-Consols 90|. Fives 72. minois 82. Eries 86. PARIS, January 7.-Madrid advices report exten? sive preparation for the arrest of the threatened outbreak in Spain. CONSTANTINOPLE, Januar}' 7.-Official accounts from Candia announce tho suppression, of the in? surrection. No armed resistance, except by few straggling foreigners, who have escap...

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. — 9 January 1867

THE CHESTON DAILY- NEWS, G: R. CATHCABT, EDITOB, CATHCART, McMTLLAN & MORTON, PROPBIETOl S. No. 18 HAYNE STREET. * 0ITT PRINTERS. TERMS JDASH. SUBSCRIPTION. PALLY-- TWELVEMONTHS...810.00 DAILY-iHX MONTHS... s'?? DAILY-I HEBB MONTHS.. a'50 ?LNQLi: G )PIBS.'.'.9 ?el?tB TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cent? """NEWS SUMMARY. America has. 90,000 miles of telegraph linos ; Enropo 60,000. Chi oago erected $8,000,000 -worth cf new build? ings last year. ROBUST TTXEB. Esq., son of the late President daring tho wax Register of the Confederate Treas? ury at Richmond-?B now engaged in the practice of law in Montgomery. Ala. In Berlin horse meat .has* found so much favor that the number of horses slaughtered in a year has already react ed two thousand six hundred, and is constantly increasing. The Charlottesville, Ya., Chronicle says that in Nelson tho farmers get hands cheaper than in Albemarle. We learn that the price for good hands has ranged from $G5 to !&0. Tho friends of SIMON CAMERON are urging...

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. — 9 January 1867

WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 1S67. LOCAI. MATTERS. To OD? SUBSCRIBERS.'-.Wo;would call tho atten? tion o* those who .aro indebted to us throughout the conniry, that the old year is closing and their accounts aro not vet settled. Tho prico of sub? scription is not large, and will not be missed from their plethoric pockets. Tho first of January ha9 long been celebrated as a div set apart for closing old accounts, and wo would not have our friondB depart from this time-houored custom. Money is the motivo power of every enterpriso, and news? papers are no oxcoptiou, and we respect fully ask onr country subacr.bors to cash up and commence the new year with a clear record. MAYOR'S COURT, January 8.-The only case to? day before this quio, tribunal was that of John Smith, a black Smith, who had stolen a keg of batter from a grocer, and as it was stated in evi? dence that ho had always boon a thief, or rather bid been bred to stealing, ho and the batter were sent to a Magistrate. THE CLUBLE...

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. — 9 January 1867

WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 18C7. magnolia. [From Ike Turf, Field ami Farm.] BT C AW. BEN BOX. * "The poppied sletp the end of all."-SWINBOBNE. A church, yon might pnt in your pocket. A tittle inside the gate ; A mall dead pond before it. As still and as calm aa Fate. Red blossoms burn the marble ; Red leaves round grave stones pear. It la worth while being buried Where roses bloom all the year. Like the spoil Of some giant ina. ct, All hoary and weird to see, The thin, thin moss .rom tho oak trees Is drooping listlessly. But tn one largs plot of the garden There is neither moss nor roso. Where, even in death defiant, The bravest of men repose. Where, opposite one another. Arrayed in death aa in hie. The Federal and the Confederate Have baited after their strife. And this is Persephone's garden. Where tho river of lift so free, Finds rest after all its windings. In a ?unless, shoreless sea. And this ls the fair Magnolia, Where Charleston buries her dear. I think it would suit my f...

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. — 9 January 1867

VOLUME III-NO. 407.] CHARLESTON; S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. Otra TELEGBAPILTC FACILITIES.-Our arrange? ment, recently made with Mr. CRAIG for receiving early telegraphic reports of tho .New York and Liverpool cotton marlsots, is now fully, complotod, Rnd we have rognlarly cr.ch day from eleven to one o'clock, on our bulletin,, tho ? morning cotton and money quotations of both markets. Yester? day at 12 o'clock we had tho reporte from both places. This arrangement will, bo of ad vants JG to merchants and others, and wo invite them to the benefit of.it. .. _ - Oar Cable Dispatches. LONDON, January 7-Evening.-Consols 905. Fives 72. Illinois 82. Eries 86. PAEIS, January 7.-Madrid advices report exten? sive pr?paration for the arreet pf the threatened outbreak in Spain, ? ? a .X ? _ O?SraTAr?'LNOPLE, January 7.-Official accounts . from Candia announce tho suppression of tho in .<>. surxectdon. No armed resistance, except by few straggling foreigne...

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. — 9 January 1867

THE ?HiBLIW DAILY NEWS, G: B. CATHCABT, Enrron, CATHCABT, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPMETOl 3. No. 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMSJSASK; SDBSCT?PCION. DAILY- TWELVEMONTHS.. VoO DAILY-ITTX MONTHS. ???Q DALL Y-1HREE M9NTH8.i cent. BINGLE 0.)KE8. ..Scent. TO NEWS lVKAT.ERS."""'"iil?i?' NEWS SUMMARY. I America has 90,000 miles of telegraph lines ; Europe 60,000. Chicago erected $8,000,000 worth cf new build? ings last year. _ -, Bo BEET TYLER, Esq., son of the late President during the war Register of tho Confederate Treas ury at Biohmond-is now engaged in the practice of law in Montgomery, Ala. In Berlin horse meat has found 80 muchfavoi that tho number o? horses slaughtered in a yeal bas already roached two thousand six hundred and ls constantly increasing. ?. The Charlottesville, Va., Cluronide says that ii Nelson the farmers get hands cheaper than ii Albemarle^. "We learn i?&at'tho price for geo* hands has ranged from $66 to $90. The friends of SIMON OAMKBON aro urging hi e...

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. — 9 January 1867

f in* ga% jgws, WEDNESDAY MORN PTO, JANUARY 9, ISC7T" LOCAL ?i?TTERS/ To ora SUBSCRIBERS.-We would call the atten? tion of thorjc who "aro indebted to us throughout the cxrantiy,7that th?'old year is closing and their accounts are not yet settled. Tho price of sub jscription is not large, and will not be missed from their plethoric "pockets. The first of January has long"boen- celebrated as a day sot apart for closing old aoconnttj, and wo would not have our friends depart from this timc-honorod custom. Monoy ia the motivo pnwer of every enterprise, and news? papers aro no exception, and we respectfully ask onr-country Bubscr hers to cash up and commence the new year with a clear record. MAYOB'S COURT, January . 8.-Thc only caso to? day before this quiot tribunal was that of John Smith, a black Smith, who had stolon a keg of batter from a grocer, and as it was stated in ?vi? dence that he had always boen a thief, or rather had been bred to stealing, he and the butter wero sent to a ...

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. — 9 January 1867

"WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 1867. ' Magnolia. [From the Turf, Field and Farm.) BY CAM. SISSOW. "TM poppied tleep like end of alli"-SwmeuasK. A church Ton might pat In your pocket, A Uttlo inside tbs gate ; -A small dead pond before it, ? i As stitt and aa cann as Fate. Sed blossoms burn ike marble ; . Bed leaves round grave stones pear. lt is worth while being buried Where roses bloom all the year, like the spoil of some giant In?-ot. All hoary and weird to seo. Tho thin, thin moss -rom the oak trees Is drooping llsttoesly. . But In one large plot of the garden There is neither moss nor rose, .Whore, even in death dallant, The bravest of mon repose. ., Whare, opposite one another. v - Arrayed in death as ii life, - Tho Federal and tho Oorfoderato Have halbsd aftox their strife. And this ls Persephone's gorden. '. '"'";.. Where me river of life so fro?, . FindA rest after all Ita windings, , la'a" sunless, shoreless ssa. .And this is the f?r Magnolia, Where Charleston buries her d...

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. — 9 January 1867

DAILY NEWS-Supplement CHAELESTON, S. C. JOHN S. REESE & CO., Sole General Agents for the Company. Baltimore. Md. J. 3ST. ROBSON, Selling Agent, CHARLESTON, S. 6. Norn.-Every pacfeageof this Guano lsbrandedvrith the Clime of JOHN S. KKESE & Co. ?Jone other genuine. INTRODUCTION. Under the present labour system of the South, it is the manifest policy of planters to make every acre put under cultivation produce its maximum yield of saleable product. The labour employed must be made to yield the highest possible results. One acre can be made to produce, by the liberal use of concentrated fertilizers and high culture, as much cotton and corn, with less than one-half the labour, as three acres without these appliances. This result has been repeatedly obtained, and is thoroughly practical. The availability of a fer? tilizer combining the qualities of the greatest activity with those of permanently benefiting the soil, ia of the utmost importance to this end. The Guano treated of in...

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. — 9 January 1867

Mr. Jordan Thigpen unhesitatingly pronounces it the best manure he has ever used. Mr. James R. Thigpen used 5 tons Pacific and no other kind, thinks it e<}uul to Peruvian, if not superior. I might go on and add dozens of other names, but deem it altogether unnecessary. Yours truly, ROBERT NORFLEET. ( From the Man/land Farmer. ) The Guano and Fertilizer Trade. Its character and Importance. How it should be conducted. Considering its extent and importance, we pre? sume there is no trade less understood by those interested as purchasers, than the trade in ferti? lizers. Farmers generally do not give attention to the composition of the fertilizers they buy, or con? sider what constitutes their value. That they should do so, is manifest upon the least reflection. All articles of merchandise may be divided into two general classes. Thc first class embraces all those articles of trade, the value of which can be determined by observation and handling. As all men are possessed alike of th...

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. — 10 January 1867

VOLTIME IV.NO. 428. CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 1, 1867. PRICE Tmm rnSfrTS " ' TELEGRAPHIC. Otra BULLETIN.-'fte had, yesterday, upon our Bulletin Board, market report? aa follows : At ll o'clock-Opening New York Gold quota? tions. At 12 o'clock-New York Gold and opening Cot- ? ton quotations. \. At 1 o'clock-Livorpc-^l, noon-Cotton anoLon don Honey quotations. * N j?. . ? At 9^ o'clock-Closing New York Cotton quota tiona, with day's sales; also closing Money quota? tions. We will-haroitose early'quotations regularly upon our Bulletin. Our Cable Dispatches. BUST, Wednesday Noon.-The steamer St. Lawrence, from New York. December 28, arrived here this morniug. lampoon, January 9-Noon. - The Harriet Queen, from Swansea, bound to the Baltic, has been sunk ateca, and only one person out of her . crew has been saved. ' VIENNA, January 9-Noon.-The Austrian Gov? ernment has extended an amnealy to the Presa throughout the Empire for alipast offences. loro >s, January 9-Noo...

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 January 1867

THE WM DM NEWS, ~" G: R. CATHCART, EMTOB, CATHCART, McMLLLAN & MORTON, PR0PRIET01 3. No. 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMSJASH. 8UBSCBSPT?ON. DAILY- CWELVEMO?WHS. DAILY-.^n MONTHS. DAILY-'1 BTISE MONTHS.. arsorLE -a ?PTES. TOKEWUl)E\LEB8........ ^ NEWS SUMMARY. There were erected in Toledo, Ohio, daring the year 1866,1099 new buildings-982 of them dwell? ings-afc a cost of $4,627,8iK). Tho steamship . Brazilian Bailed from Norfolk ; last week," for liverpool, with the following freight: 1610 bales cotton ; 300 barr?la rosin ; 4744 bags of corn, of two bushels each, and 500 barrels tar. Among the literary gentlemen having positions ' in the New York Custom House, are E. H. 8TOD DABD, IlABBY GHAT,. CHABLES F. BBIGGS, GA?LOBT CLAREE, JOHN SAVAGE, and HERMAN MELVILLE. Next year is tho seventh semi-contenniai anni? versary of tho Reformation. Three hundred and fifty years ago, on the 31st of October, LUTHES nailed to the castle church at Wittenburg his fa - - mona theses. - A man...

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 January 1867

THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1807. LOCAL MATTERS. To otra S?BSOBXBSBS.-Wo would call tho aiton tion of thoso who are indobtod to ns throughout tho country, that tho old yoar is closing; ami their accounts aro not yet settled. Tho price of sub? scription is not large, and will nof be missed from their plethoric pockets. Tho furn of January has long been celebrated as a day set ap^rt for closing old accounts, and wc would not have our friends depart from this timo-honorcd custom. Honey is tho motive power of every enterprise, aud news pajiers are no exception, and wo respectfully ask our country subscribers to cash up and commonco the new year with a clear record. FiOE.-A falao alarm brought out the engines about half-past 10 o'clock last night, and created some little excitement among that irrepressible class, tho Aromen, who. true to their calling, heard the cries from alar, and toted out their machines instanter. Fortunately it resulted in nothing worse than mi evening's i arabio,...

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 January 1867

THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10,18G7. NEW YEAR FANCIES. The New Year'? moni. Tho solemn chime Rings from the belfry o'er the snow. And echoes through the river's flow, Amid tho rocks that frown at Time. The New Year's morn. The golden stare Are gleaming in their solemn calm. As though their majesty were balm For Ul that wounds, and thought that jars. And oh 1 the memories that rise As peal the far-off bells-they wake Visions whose sleep no power may break, And bring the light to long-closed eyes. And ohl the memories that oling Around thia old oak-pan oiled room; The pine-loss fi ashing through the gloom, Seem sparkles from life's early spring I "After long years I" I rest again, This ancient home, it seems to me, Wearied with travel o'er the sea, Holds anodyne for parking pain. The bells are pealing out as sound The voices of a blessed dream. That float athwart life's hurried stream, And hold the eager hearer bound. Ohl bells ring on. The music sweet That quivers o'er tho snow-fiolds ...

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. — 10 January 1867

DAILY NEWS-Supplement. JOHN S. HEESE & CO., Sole General Agents for the Company, Baltimore, Md. J. N. ROBSON, Selling Agent, CHARLESTON, S. C. None-Every packaged* this Guano is branded with th e name of JOHN B. KRESS & Co. None other genuine. INTRODUCTION. Under the present labour system of the South, it is the manifest policy of planters to make every acre put under cultivation produce its maximum yield of saleable product. The labour employed must be made to yield the highest possible results. One acre can be made to produce, by the liberal nee of concentrated fertilizers and high culture, as much cotton and corn, with less than one-half the labour, as three acres without these appliances. This result has been repeatedly obtained, and is thoroughly practical. The availability of a fer tilizer combining the qualities of the greatest activity with those of permanently benefiting the soil, is of the utmost importance to this end. The Guano treated of in this Supplement is so...

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. — 10 January 1867

Mr. -Jordan Thigpcn unhesitatingly pronounces it the best manure he has ever used. Mr. James R. Thigpen used 5 tons Pacific and no ether kind, thinks it equal to Peruvian, if not superior. I might go on and add dozens of other names, but deem it altogether unnecessary. Yours truly, ROBERT NORFI.EET. (From the Mart/land Farmer.) The Guano and Fertilizer Trade, lis character and Importance. How it should be conducted. Considering its extent and importance, we pre? sume there is no trade less understood by those interested as purchasers, than the trade in ferti? lizers. Farmers generally do not give attention to the composition of the fertilizers they boy, or con? sider what constitutes their value. That they should do so, is manifest upon the least reflection. All articles of merchandise may be divided into two general classes. The lirst class embraces al! those articles of trade, the value of which can be determined by observation and handling. As all men are possessed alike of the f...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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