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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 12 January 1867

yir? gaily SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12^867. LOCAL MATTERS. To ona SUBSCRIBERS.-We would call the atten? tion of those who aro indebtod to us throughout tho couutry, that tho old year is closiug and thoir accounta are not yet settled- Tho price of sub? scription is not largo, and will not bo missed from their plothoric pockets. The first of January has long been celebrated as a day set apart for closing old accounts, anti we would not have our friends depart from this time-honored custom. Money is the motivo power of every enterprise, and news? papers aro no exception, and we respectfully ask our country subset-.bors to cash up and commence the new year with a clear record. CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH RAILROAD. -At a meeting of tho Directors of the Savannah and Charleston Railroad Company, held yesterday, Mr. JOHN S. RYAN was elected General Superintendent. THE FABMEB for February, has been sent us by the publishers, Messrs. ELLIOTT & SHIELDS, of Richmond. Contents varied and intere...

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. — 12 January 1867

SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12,13G7. THE BRIDE TO HER MOTHER. Oh I mother, wipe these tears away To-morrow is my b idol day. I shall bo happy,-wherefore weep To mar tho festival we'll keep, With merry dance and giadsomo song, And I most joyous "mid tho throng? The gayest thore I cannot bc. If tears upon thy cheek I seo. Sure thou wilt smile when all are glad, Nor sadden me to seo thee sad. I love him, and when thou art gone, With him I shall not bc alone. Weep not, my mother I When thou 'rt dust. In Heaven and him shall be my trust, Ii arms of love he then will shield, When thou no mother's care canst yield. Weep not, foud mother I Wherefore grieve, On this my joyful marriage eve ? Weepst thou to see my happiness? Oh ! rather on me smilo and bless. With that kiud look I'vo seen thee wear. E'er since I know a mother's care. Oh 1 send me not in grief away Tears should not stain my bridal day. January 10,1867. J. V. MARSHALL. JUBAL A. EARLY. Hts Memoir? of tho Last Year of ?io War Sentim...

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. — 12 January 1867

i VOLUME III....NO. 405.] CHARLESTON S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. VOLUME IV.NO. 43\ TELEGRAPHIC. Our Cable Dispatcnos. LIVERPOOL, January 10.-Cotton dull; closed at Uld. Sales 11.000 halos. LONDON, January ll.-A rumor to-dav speaks o? tho commercial panic in Shanghai. LIVERPOOL, January ll.-Tho sales of Cotton for thewcek foot up 41,000 halos. To-dav the market is dull, and salas are ostimatod at 8000 bales; Mid? dling Uplands 14|. LONDON, Januarv ll.-United States Five twenties 73; Eries 433; Illinois Central ?0J. BEBLTN, January 10.-Count Bismarck, in his circular to tho European governments, doclares that peace shall ho maintained, and that ho will devoto himself to the consolidation of Germanv. PABIB, January 10_Nine transports sailed" for Mexico. It is believed that tho French troops will be ready to Bail by tho 15th of February. La France says in no case will tho French Gov crnmen trcconsidcr tho order for completing the ? evacuation of Mexico b...

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 January 1867

THE CHARLESTON DM NEWS, G: R. CATHCABT, EDITOU, CATHCABT, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPBTEXOl 3, No. 18 KAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS CASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- rwELYE M?NCHS. DAILY-I TEE MOUTHS. DALLY-1HBEE MONTHS. BINGLE O )PIES. TO NEWS DEALERS.-. ..SIO.OO I 5.00 .. ?.so .5 cent* .3 coats NEWS SUMMARY. The Twentieth and Eleventh Infantry, tho only troops at present in Richmond, Ya., havo boon ordered off to the Western plaint). Tho Jackson (Miss.) Clarion loam? that the ro? mains of tho late Gen. WM. BAEKSDALE will be re? moved from Gettysburg to that placo for inter? ment in a fow days. Owing to the depression in business the princi? pal mill owners of Lawrence, Mass., havo notified their employees of a reduction of ton per cent, on their wages. The Dickson House, a popular house of enter? tainment in Jackson, Miss., was destroyed hy fire on the night of tho 4 th inst. Tho loss is estimated at $35,000, upon which tho insurance had expired but a few weeks previously. As an evi...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 12 January 1867

SATURDAY HORNING, JANUARY 12,' ISOTT LOCAL MATTERS. To OUR SUBSCRIBERS.-We would call the atten? tion of thoBO who^jire indebtod to UR throughout tiio country, that tho old year is closing aud thoir accounts are not yot settled. Tho price of sub? scription is not large, and will not bo missed from thoir plothoric pockets. Tho first of January has long been celebrated as a div est apart for closing old accounts, and wo would not havo our friends depart from this timo-honorod custom. Money is the motivo power of ovcry enterprise, and news? papers aro no oxcoption, ?ind wo respectfully ask our country subBcr.bers to cash up and commence the now year with a clear record. CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH RAILROAD. -At a meoting of tho Diroetors of tho Havannah and Charleston Railroad Company, held yesterday, Mr. JOHN S. BVAN was olectc? General Superintendent. TEE FARMER for February, has beon sent us by the publishers, Messrs. ELLIOTT & SHIELDS, of Bichmond. Contents varied and interesting, ...

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. — 12 January 1867

fhn %ml% Jw*. SArURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12,18C7. THE BRIDE TO HER MOTHER. Oh 1 mother, -wipe theso tears away To-morrow ia my bridal day. I shall be happy,-wherefore weep To mar tho festival we'll keep, "With morry danco and gladsome sou?. And I niOBt joyous 'mid the throng ? The gayest there I cannot bo. If tears upon thy cheek I seo. Bure thou wilt smilo when all aro glad. Nor sadden mc to seo thee sad. I love him. and when thou art gono, ?With him I shall not bo alone. Weep not, my mother I When thou 'rt dust, In Heaven and bim shall bc my trust, In arms of love ho thon will shield. When thou no mother's caro canst yield. Weep not, fond mother t Wherefore grieve, On this my joyful marriage ovo? Weopst thoa to seo my happiness? Oh 1 rather on mo smile and bless. With that kind look I've seen thee wear, E'er since I knew a mother's core. Oh I sond me not in grief away Tears should not stain my bridal day. January 10,1867. J. V. MARSHALL. JUBAL, A. EARL.Y. His Memoire of tbe Last fe...

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 January 1867

VOLUME IV.NO. 438. CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 14, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. Our Cable Dispatches. MANCHESTER.January ll-Evening;.-The market for goods is falling. LONDON. January ll-Evening_Consols were steady all day. and closed nt 91 for money. The following are tho closing juices for American secu? rities: Five-twenties, 723; Illinois Central, 80A; Erie, 43J. FRANKFORT, January ll-Five-lwentiea closed at 76g PARTS. January ll.-Tho closing price ol' Ameri? can securities were five-twenties 72 1-6. LIVERPOOL, January ll-Opcuing.-Corn selling at 42s.@42s. 6d. "Wheat is steady. Perk is quoted at ?2 Gs., and shows a declining "tendency. Lard, 33s. Cheese advanced 4d. in tho week. LIVERPOOL. January 12-Evening.-Thc Cotton market closed dull to-dar, and tho prices fell off slightly. Middling Upends vrcrc quoted at lAgd: The i ales did not exceed tho noon estimate of 5000 bales. FLORENCE, January 12.-Tho Chamber of Depu? ties has adopted thc draft of an addres...

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. — 14 January 1867

THE CHARLESTON DAM NEWS, G: lt. CATHCART, EDITOB, CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETOl S. No. 18 KAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS CASH. SUBSCRIPTION. PAULY- TWELVE MONTHS.$10.00 DALLY-! ult MONTHS. 5.00 DAILY-THREE MONTHS. ??50 BINGLE COPIES.5 cents TO NEWS DEALERS.-.3 cent? NEWS SUMMARY. M. DE LAKABTXNE has boon appealing again to tho public, asking thom to subscribe to tho first four volumes of bis "Memoirs," which aro finished and ready for press. Lu the event.of his not living to complete the entire work, these will form, he states, a separate series. Mr. JOHN NEAL, of Portland, Maine, who con? tributed to JBlacktoood forty years ago, still devotes his attention to law practice and literary pursuits, being a frequent writer for the Atlantic Afon?dy, and at the ripe age of seventy-four is as hale and hearty as most men of fifty. The-New York Evening Post, the New York Com .merdai Advertiser, and the Cincinnati Commer? cial, all of them Republican papers, agree with the H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 14 January 1867

ipjrOSDAY MOl?NiNO, JANUARY 14-1567. IX>CATJ MATTEIIS. To our. ScBscnhios.-Wo would cail tht. atten? tion of thoso who aru indebted" to us throughout the country; that the old year is closing and their accounts ure not yet settled. Tho price of aub? ier ipiion is not largo, and will not be missed from their plethoric pockets. Tho first of January has long been celebrated aa a day sot apart for closing old accounts, and wo would not have om- friends depart from this time-honored custom. Money is the motivo power of ovory enterprise, and news? papers aro no exception, and wo respectfully ask our country subscr.bers to cash up and commence tho new ycai' with a clear record. WE HAVE received, from Messrs. D. J. DAW? SON* & Co., Meeting street. a copy, bi pamphlet fornij of tho decision of ibo Supremo Court on military commissions, iii tho case of MILLIGAN 'and others, which bas been creating such genoral comment. Messrs. DAWSON SC CO. have copies of tho decision for salo. AT AN e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 14 January 1867

MONDAY MORNING. JANUARY 14,18C7. MEMOIR OF BISHOP ELLIOTT. At a meeting, on tho 12th iterant, of tho Alumni of the South Carolina College, in Charleston, who had boen membors of tho classes of tho Right Rev. STEPHEN ELLIOTT, Bishop of Georgia, lately de? ceased, while ho was tho Professor of Sacred Literature and tho Evidonccs of Christianity ht that Institution, tho following paper was road and it was Resolved, That wo unanimously accept the Me? moir which has boen submitted to us, aa express? ing our concoption of tho character and endow? ments of the Right Rev. STEPHEN ELLIOTT, late Bishop of Georgia, who was once our loved and honored teacher- our vory high appreciation of his exalted virtues-oui" grateful recollection of the benefits we havo recoived from his teaching and tho example of his holy lifo, and our deep sense of tho loss which tho country, his Church, and the cause of education has sustainod hi his death. , Resolved furOier, That tho city papers bo re? spectfully req...

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 January 1867

i VOLUME III....NO. 405.] CHARLESTON S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. "VOLUME IV.NO. 431 TELEGRAPHIC." Our Cable Dispatches. MANCHEKTF.n..T:iiiun.ry ll - Evening-Thc market for goods is falling. 1.OMM>N. Janunrv 11-Evening.-Consols were steady nil dar. ?mil closed at 91 lor money. Tho following arc the closing prices l'or American secu? rities: Five-twenties, 7-5; Illinois Central, 80A; Erie, .':! :. FRANKFORT, January ll.-Vive-twenties closed at 7<?j. J'.utts. January H.-Tho closing prkc of Ameri? can seoiU'iticB were live-twenties 72 1-6. LivisitrooL. January ll -Opening.-Corn selling at 12s.@l2s. (kl. Wheat is steady, Perk is quoted at 12 C.s.. and shows a declining "tendency. Lard, 3."s. Choose advanced 4d. in tho week. IjvEitvoor.. Jauuary 12- livening_The Cotton market closed dull to-day, and t he pricoB tell oil' slightly. Middling Uplands were quoted at 14$d. Tho . ales did not exceed the noon estimate or 5000 hales. FLORENCE, January 12.-Th...

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 January 1867

THE CHARLESTON DAM NEWS, G. X*. CATI?CrVl?T*, jiiDiXOik, CATHCART, MoMILLAN & MORTON, _ PROPRTETOl S. No. 18 KAYNE STREET. -.' CITY PRINTERS. TERMS GASH. B0B3CI?PXION. ptrr.v- tWELVE MONTH8.810.00 DAILY-?UX MONTHS. B??? riATT.Y-i H RUE MONTHS. ?-SO BINGLE O WIES.5 cent? TO NEWS DEALERS.-.3 ?ente NEWS SUMMARY. H. DE LAMABTTJSTJ has been appealing again to tho public, asking thora to subscribe to tho first four volumes of his "Memoirs," which axe fin'shod and ready for press. In the evont of his not living to completo the entire work, these will form, he states, a soparate series. Mr. JOHN NEAL, of Portland, Maine, who con? tributed to Blackwood forty years ago, still dovotos his attention tb law practice and literary pursuits, being a frequent writer for the Atlantic Monthly, and at tho ripe age of seventy-four is as halo and hearty as most men of fifty. The Now York Evening Post, tho Now York Com? mercial Advertiser, and tho Cincinnati Commer? cial, all of thom Republican papers...

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 January 1867

fin? ?ai?ij j|ww. MON DAY SroitN'l^C^'JAN??ltY li, 18?7. LOCAL MATTERS. To our* Sraseituiscs.- Wo wou'd call tho atten? tion of tlioso who aro indobtod to ns throughout thc country, that tho old year is closing and their accounts are not yet Mettled. The price of sub? scription is not largo, and will not bc missed Crom their plethoric pockets. Tho ilrst or January has long been celebrated as a div sot apart for closing old accounts, ;:nd wo would not liavo our friends depart from this time-honored custom. Monoyis thc motivo power of-evory enterprise, anduews papers are no exception, and we respeel fully ask our country subscr her? to cash up aud commence the new year with a clear record. WE HA VIS received, from Messrs. D. J. DAW? SON & Co.. Meeting street, a copy, in pamphlet form, of thc decision of tho Supremo Court on military eommissions, in tho case of MILLIGAN and otlierH. which hat? hccn"crcnting such general comment. Messrs. DAWSON" & Co. havo copies of tho decision...

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. — 14 January 1867

^. -y?. -j-' MONDAY MOBNTNG, JANUABY 14,1867. *1 MEMOIR OF BISHOP ELLIOTT. c?" At a mooting, on the 12th instant, of tho Alumni ol tho South Carolina Collogo, in Charleston, who had hoon members of tho classes <<f tho Right Kev. . STEPHEN ELLIOTT, Bishop of Georgia, lately de? ceased, while ho was tho Professor of Sacred literature aud the Evidences of Christianity in ;7 that Destitution, tho following paper was read and it waa S? Resolved. That wc unanimously accept tho Mo moir which has boon submitted to us, as exprcss . ing our conception of tho character and endow - mcnts of tho Right Rev. STKPHEK ELLIOTT, late Bishop of Georgia, who was once our loved and honored teacher-our very high appreciation of his exalted virtues-our grateful recollection of the benefits wo have rocoivod from his teaching and the example of his holy lifo, and our deep i.: sense of tho loss which the country, his Church, and thc causo of education has sustained in his doatb. Resolved further, That t...

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. — 15 January 1867

5; rv&?f.pf - VOLUME IV.NO. 439. CHARLESTON, S. CL TUESDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 15, 18.67. ^ PRICE FIVE DENI'S. TELEGRAPHIC. Our Cable Dispatches. LONDONDERRY, January 14-Noon_The steam ship Damascus, from Portland ou tho 29th, ar? rived hero to-day at noou. PAMS, January 14-Noon.-Thcro is a vague ru mor afloat, but whiclvis not confirmed, that* a des Eorate plot to assassinate tho Emperor Napoleon as been discovered and frustrated by tho ofti cials. BERNE, January ll.-Tho Swiss Government has under consideration a proposition to prohibit tho peoplo of Switzerland from joining tho Pone's army. LIVERPOOL, January l-l-Noon_Cotton opened quiet aud steady. Sales estimated at 7000 Sales. Middling Uplands still quoted at 14|d. LIVERPOOL, January ll-Noon.-Tho Thomas Humphrey, which cleared from this port for Now York, was lost at sea near Hollyhead, Wales, a fow days since. All on board except tho Captain and ono man were drowned. MADRID, January 14.-The Revolutionary Junta ha ving his he...

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. — 15 January 1867

THE CHARLESTON DAM NEWS, G: R. CATHCART, EDITOR CATHCART. Mo MILLAN 4 MORTON, PROPRIETOl S. No. 18 HAYVE STREET. CITY V Kl NTTCRS. TERMTCASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- TWELVE MONTHS. sw DAILY-TX MONTHS. DAILY-IHRES MONTHS.s?nia 8:SGLEC.)PT?S ;.."/////.Scent. TO NEWS DIALERS. NEWS SUMMARY. Cmcinnati asks foTt Central Raikoad Depot at an expense of $1,000,000. The Fourth Ward in New York city is packed at the rate of 290,000 persons to the square mile. Ou BOLL'S death was published in aU the papera more than a year aso. He is now on his way to Um country, with his fiddle under Ins arm. . . .. , It is reported that the Fenian prisoners in jail at Swoetsburg have been moved to the jail at Kings? ton. The transfer was managed with the utmost secrecy; no one except those interested being ?ware of the proceeding until it waa done. .. The.Methodist Centenary collection now foots np over $3,800,000, and it is not all yet in. It will .undoubtedly reach $4,000,000. Of this sum DAMEL DBEW gave $500,...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 15 January 1867

TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1837. LOCATJ JVIATTERS. To OUR S?BSCHIBEBS.-We would cali the atten? tion of those who aro indebted to iis throughout tho country, that the old year is closing and their accounts are not yet settlod. The prico of sub? scription is not large," and will not be missed from their plethoric pockets. Tho first of January has long been celebrated as a day sot apart for closing old accounts, and wo would not liavo our friends depart from this time-honored castom. Money is the motivo power of every enterprise, and newc papers aro no exception, and wo respectfully ask our country- subscr.bers to cash up and commence tho new year with a clear record. TUE ORPHANS' FEAST.-The little entertainment to be given by the children of St. Paul's Catholic Church to the orphans in caro of tho Sisters of Mercy, will tako place to-morrow (Wednesday) afternoon, at 1 o'clock, at the Hibernian Hall. The friends and benefactors of tho orphans are invited to attend. WE HAVE received ...

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. — 15 January 1867

TUESDAY HOSKING, JANUARY 15, 1867. THE FOLLOWISO poem, by W. L. SHOOMAKEB. Utely published in tho Round Tabb, possesses very great merit: TO AUTUMN WINDS. 0, melancholy prospects of decay And beauty's fall, Bleak Autumn winds, once more ye rise and play Your gutty trumps aloug the forest-way, Which dead leaves pall. Lol when ye come the skies are robed in gray And gloomy clouds; Vapors enwrap the white brow of the day. And lair flowers glide, as, 'mid their haunts, ye stray Into then* shrouds. All nature shudders when your tones ar > heard, And when ye near The chilly streams, their waveB aro wildly stirred, Dreaming ot icy chains, and scarce a bird W?l sing for fear. Ye aro stern heralds, and ye loudly tell ? f Winter's drear And Summer's death, of which yo are the knell, . Reminding us that we soon fade as weU And disappear. COMMERCIAL. The Charleston Cotton Market. OFFICE OF THE DAILY NEWS, ? CHABLESTON. Monday Evening, January 14. J The demand for the staple continues limited...

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. — 15 January 1867

i VOLUME III....NO. 405.] CHARLESTON S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. VOLUME IV.NO. 43? TELEGRAPHIC. Oar Cable DIgpntch.es. LONDONDERRY. January 14-Noon.-The steam? ship Damascus, fr m fortland on tho 29th, r.r rived hero to-day at noon. PARIS, January 14-Noon.-There is a vague ru? mor afloat, but which is not confirmed, that a dos- ? Eerato plot to assassinate the Emperor Napoleon as been discovered and frustrated by tho offi? cials. BERNE, January 14.-Thc Swiss Government has under consideration a proposition to prohibit tho people of Switzerland from joining tho Pope's nrmy. LIVERPOOL, January 14-Noon_Cotton opened quiot and steady. Sales estimated at 7000 bales. Middling Uplands still quoted at 14|d. LIVERPOOL. Jannarv 14-Noon.-The Thomas Humphrey, which cleared from this port for New York, was lost at sea near?HoUyhoad, Wales, a few days since. AU on boariloxc?pt tho Captain and ono man wero drowned. MADRID, January 14-Tho Revolutionary Junta having ...

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. — 15 January 1867

- *Z" liri IB CHARLESTON MM SEWS, G: R. CATHCART, EDITOB CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PRCPIUETOI 3. Nd. 18 HAYN'E STREET. I CITY P K I NTEKS. TER tfl[s~S A S H i BTJBScuurjrtos. GAILY- TWELVEMONTHS.91O.0O DATLT-.TX MONTHS. 5-<,fl SALLY-1HBEE MONTHS.. ?-5? BINGLE O WIES.5 cent? TO NEW8 DEALERS.3 cont? NEWS SUMMARY. Cincinnati asks for a Central Railroad Depot at an ?spense of $1,000,000. Th? Fourth "Ward in New York city is packed at the rate of 290,000 persons to the square mile. OLS BULL'S death was published in all the papers more than a year ago. He is now on his way to this country, -with his fi Jdlo tinder his arm. It is reported that the Fenian prisoners in jail at Bweetsburg have boan moved to tho jail at Kings? ton. The transfer was managed with the utmost secrecy*; no one exco^t thoso interested being aware of tho proceeding until it was done. The Methodist Centenary collection now foots .np over $3,800,000, and it is not all yet in. It wijl undoubtedly reach $4,000,...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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