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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 15 January 1867

TUESDAY MGBNING, JANU?KY 15, i??v. LOCAL MATTERS. To OUR SUBSCRIBERS-Wo would call the atten? tion of those who are indebted to us throughout the country, that tho old year ia closing and their accounts are not yet Battled. Tho price of sub? scription is not largo, and will not bo missed from their plo thone pockets. Thc first of January has long bcou celebrated os a day set apart for cloBinjj old accounts, and wo would not have our friends depart from this time-honored custom. Money is tho motivo pnwer of cvory enterprise, and news? papers aro no exception, and we respectfully ask our country subscr.bers to cash up and commonce tho new year with a clear record. THE OnrnANs' FEAST.-Tho little entertainment to lo given by tho children of St. Paul's Catholic Church to lire orphans in caro of the Sisters of Mercy, will tako place to-morrow (Wednesday) afternoon, at 1 o'clock, at thc Hibernian Hall. The frienils and benefactors of the orphans aro invited to attond. WE HAVE rocoived from...

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. — 15 January 1867

TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1807. THE ?OLLOwmo poora, by TV. L. SUOOMAKKR. latoly puMished in tho Hound TcMe, poa^euaes Tory groat merit: TO AUTUMN WINDS. O, melancholy prospects of decay And beauty's fall. Bleak Autumn -winds, onco more ye rise and play Your gusty trumps along tho forest-way. Which dead loaves pall Lol when ye come tho skies arc robed in gray And gloomy clouds; Vapors enwrap the white brow of the day. And fair flowers glide, as. 'mid their haunts, ye stray Into their shrouds. AU nature shudders when your tones ar? hoard. And when ye near The chilly streams, their waves aro wildly stirred. Dreaming ot ley chains, and aoaroe a bird Wallang tor fear. Ye are stern heralds, and ye loudly tell . f Winter's drear And Summer's death, of which ya are the knoll. Reminding us that we soon lade as well , And disappear. COMMERCIAL. Th? Cnarleston Cotton market. OFFICE OF THE DAILY NEWS, 1 ranmrnn, Monday Evening, January 14. J The doman d for tho staple continues limited, lac ...

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. — 16 January 1867

i VOLUME III....NO. 405.] CHARLESTON S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. VOLUME IV.NO. 44 TELEGRAPHIC. Our Cubic Dlspatcliru. LOUDON, January 15.-Litter telegrams bave been received from Hong Kong, which inako no n:ontion of a commercial panic in that city. It is now believed that no ??ch panic prevails. PAHIS. January 1"<_Tho United States vessel Minantonnh. ??th other? of tho squadron, aro now at Barcelona, Spain, where they aro visited by groat crowds of people. Tho last of tho transports for Vera Cruz, to bring home tho French troops from Mexico, loft Toulon late last evening. LONDON, January 13-Evening.--The British Government hus sent a note to Greece advising her to preserve a strict ncutralitv in the affairs of Candia. CONSTANTINOPLE, January 15.-Tho quostion winch arose between tho l'orto and tho Amorican Legation herc, in regard to complaints made by the Lmled Stntes Consulat Cvprus, againft the loe;u authorities, has been settled to tho satisfa...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 16 January 1867

THE MESTON DAM NEWS, G: B. CATHCART, EurroB CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPBIETOl 3. No. 18 ELAYNE STREET CITY PAINTERS. TERWSJCASH. * SDBSCMPTtON. TUTT.V- TWELVE MONTES. & w T>AILY-itt* MONTHS. ^^ DAILY-THREE MONTHS.5 cont. BINGLE ? JPIES.3 ccnt, .TO NEWS DEALERS... NEWS SUMMARY. There is a Jspaneso embassy in Paris on ita way to the United States. Tho Onondaga (N. Y.) salt springs produced last year 7,092,240 bushels. Genoral FCL.LEB.TON his resigned from tho army ?nd returned to tho practice of tho law at St. XiOnis. The Papal authorities have interdicted the ser -vicesinthe Scotch Protestant Church in Rome, ana it is said they intend to stop the services in | the American chapel. Nearly all the presaos or the Paris Mint are employed in coining small money for the wants of trade, the pieces being 2f., If-, 50c., and 25c. Sev? eral ralliions are struck off every day. CHAULES DICKENS has begun public readings of | "?Barbox Brothers" and the "Boy of Mugby" in tho city o...

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. — 16 January 1867

aili! pros. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY IC, 1807. LOCAL MATTERS. To OCR SUBSCBIBEBS.-Wo would call tho atten? tion of those who aro indebted to us throughout tho country, that tho old yoar is closing and their account? aro not yet settled. Tho prico of sub? scription is not largo, and will not bo missed from their plethoric pockets. Tho first of January has long boen celebrated as a day set apart for closing old accounts, and wo would not bavo our friends depart from this time-honored ctitstom. Monoy is tho motivo pc.wcr of every enterprise, and news? papers are no exception, and wo respectfully a8k our country subser bcrs to cash up and commence tho now year with a clear record. PERSONAL-Tho Hon. FERNANDO WOOD arrived in the city yesterday afternoon, by steamor, from Savannah, and 18 stopping at the Mills House. AT AN extra meeting of tho Young America Fire Engine Company, hold on tho loth, inst., JAMES S. WESTENDORFT was unanimously elected President, rice A. N. PUNDT, resigned. RE...

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. — 16 January 1867

lai?ii pros WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY IG, 1867. THE SOLDIER'S DREAM. The following touching Unca were written during the war by tho Kev. 3. L. Koynolda, of South Carolina tni vereitv. in commemoration of a beautiful instance ol -woman's devotion that occurred while tho University ?buildings, Columbia, South Carolina, were usod as a hos? pital: Tho soldier boy lav on his pallet In pain, ?Where the student Ids vigils on.-o kept. And there cam.) with each throb of his fever-parcu-o brain . Sweet memories of home, and he wept. But a daughter of earth, in her womanly meotness. Drew near him her vigils to keep. And thc charm of her ?Tice, in its sisterly sweetness. Beguiled the sad soldier to steep. As her d?licat o hand bathed his pain-furrowod brow, li And her lan plied its ollico of blessing, , . Ho dreamed ol tho dime whore tho Heavens endow I ' The good with an angol's caressing. His hard bod of straw seemed as light as tho air, i An angel's wings rustled above. On his pale, sunken ...

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. — 16 January 1867

;:y?^-;r ; ????I I VOLUME rv.NO. 440. CHARLESTON, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNETO^JANUARY 16, 1867. TELEGRAPHIC. Our Cable Dispatches. LONDON, January 15.-Later telegrams have been received from Kong Kong, which mako no mention of a commercial panic in that city. It is now believed that no such panic prevails. PAMS, January 15.-Tho United States vessel Minantonah. with others of the squadron, aro now at Barcelona, Spain, whero they ore visited by great crowds bf people. .Tho last of tho transports for Vera Cruz, to bring home the French troops from Mexico, left Toulon late last evening. LONDON, January 15-Evening.-Tho British Government has sont a note to Greece advising I her to preservo a strict neutrality in the affairs of Candia. CONSTANTINOPLE, January 15.-The quostion which arose between the Porte and the American Legation here, in regard to complaints made by thc United States Consulat Cyprus, agaimt the local authorities, has been settle J to tho satisfac? tion of both parties. LON...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 16 January 1867

CHARLESTON DAM NEWS, G: B. CATHCART, EDITOR CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPBIETOl S. No. 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMSJ?ASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- TWELVE MONTHS.510.00 DAILY-: TX MONTHS., 5*J? DAILY-1HREE MONTHS. 3,50 BINGLE GUTES.5 ccnt* TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. There is a Japanese embassy in Paris on its way to the United States. The Onondaga (N. Y.) salt springs produced last year 7,092,240 bushels. General FULLERTON has resigned from the army and returned to the practice of tho law at St. Louis. The Papal authorities have interdicted the ser? vices in the Scotch Protestant Church in Rome, and it is said they intend to Btop the services in the American chapel. Nearly all the presses of the Paris Mint are employed in coining small money for tho wants of trade, the pieces being 2f.; If., 60c., and 25c. Sev? eral millions are struck off overy day. CHARLES DICKENS has begun public readings of ?<Barbox Brothers" and the "Boy of Mugby" in the city of Leeds....

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 16 January 1867

fit* WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 1SC7. LOCAL MATTERS. To OUR SUBSCRIBERS.-We would call the atten? tion of thosowho are indebted to us thr<-??sbout tho country, that the old year is closing and their accounts are uot yet settled. Tho price of sub? scription is not largo, and will not be missed from their plethoric pockots. The first of January has long boon celebrated as a day set apart for closing old accounts, and wo would not havo our friends depart from this time-honored custom. Money is tho motive power of every enterprise, and news? papers are no exception, and wo respectfully ask ' our country subscr.bers to cash up and commence tho new year with a clear record. PERSONAL.-The Hon. FERNANDO WOOD arrived in the city yesterday afternoon, by steamer, from Savannah, and is stopping at the Mills House. AT AK oxtra meeting of the Young America Fire Engine Company, held on tho loth inst., JAMES S. WESTENDORFF was unanimously elected President, vice A. N. PONDT, resigned. REQUIE...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 16 January 1867

"WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16,1S67. THE SOLDIER'S DREAM. The following touching lines were "ivrittcn during tho war by tho Kev. J. L. Reynolds, of South Carolina Uni? versity, iu comm?moration of a beautiful instauce ol' woman's devotion that occurred whilo tho University buildings, Columbia, South Carolina, were used as a hos? pital: The soldier boy lay on his pallet in pain. "Where tho student bis vigils onrc kept. And thero cama willi each throb of his fever-parched brain Sweot memories of home, and ho wept. But a daughter of earth, in her womanly meetuess, Drew near him her vigils to keep, And the charm of her voice, in its sisterly sweetness. Beguiled the sad soldier to sleep. AB her delicate hand bathed his pam-furrowed brow, And her fan plied its outee of blessing, Ho dreamed of tho clime where tho Heavens endow Tho good with au angel's caressing. His hard bed of straw seemed as light as the air, i An angel's wings rustled above. On his pale, sunken cheek fell a tremulous to...

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. — 17 January 1867

i VOLUME III....NO. 405.] CHARLESTON S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. VOLUME rv.,NO. 44: TELEGRAPHIC. ? Oar Cable Dispatches. LTVEHSOOL, January 16-Noon_Tho Cotton mar kot opened to-day steadier, and tho sales will probably aggregate 7000 bales. Middling Up? lands U^d. LOKDOK, January IC-Noon.-Tho money market rat and unchanged. Consols 91 for monov. orican securities genorally unaltered. Erics 15. A Flor cuco letter in this morning's Times says that General King, thc American Minister at Homo, has boen invited to remove tho Amorican Church outsido. of the walls of that city. Mr. King com? plied, and will hire a villa for that purpose. PESTS, January IC-Noon-Tho Hungarian Diet have^r-edte M. Diak's address condemning tho patent lately issued for thc reorganization of tho anny. Tho vote waa nearly unanimous. FLORENCE, January 16.-Tho Budget of Italv shows a deficit of over 159,000,000 of florins. PAMS, January 16-M. Thiers is about to give a grand dinner 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. — 17 January 1867

?H1RWT0N DAM NEWS, G: R. CATHCART, EDITO? CATHCART, McMTLLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETOl S. Nt?. 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS CASH. " SUBSCRIPTION DAILY- TWELVE MONTHS. DAILY-UX MONTH8. SADLY-1HREE MONTHS. BINGLE O >PIES. TO NEWS DEALERS. NEWS STJMIMAHY. The immense intxenchincnts around Mobile havo been levelled or filled up sn as now to leave acareo IT a vestige. The people or Frankfort, Ky., were having a glorious time on ice, at last accounts. Skating and a game called '-Bandy" were all the go. ' The railroads in this country employ 200,000 nen. and at least 1,000,000 mon, women and chil? dren, depend for their support upon the railroad interest. Admiral SEUMES has arrived at Alexandria, and entered upou the duties of the Professorship of Modern Philosophy, in the State "Seminary, to which he was recently elected. Three hundred million pounds of tobacco is tho estimated crop of tobacco raised in the United States the past year. Ten pounds to every ]>oraon is a pretty...

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. — 17 January 1867

ail*! THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17,1807. LOCAL MATTERS. To OCR SUBSCRIBEKS.-Wo would call tho atten? tion of those who are indobtcd to us throughout tho country, that the old year is closing and *hop nccounts are not yet settled. Tho prico of sub? scription ia not largo, and will not bo missed from their plethoric pockets.. The first of January has long boen celebrated as a d iv sot apart for closing old accounts, and wo would not have our friends depart from tliis timo-houorod custom. Money is the motive power of ovory enterprise, and news? papers aro no exception, and wo respectfully ask our country subscr bora to cash up and commence tho new year with a clear record. . NEW GEEMAS CHUBCU.-A meeting was held last night at thc Gorman Lutheran Church, corner Hasel and Anson streets, to devise ways and means for tho building of a new chu'ch edifice. Wo were pleased" to soo a goners! interest mani? fested on tho subject by our German fellow-clti zons, as evinced by the largo number of ...

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. — 17 January 1867

THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 17, 1867. State Items. ROBBERY.-Wo learn that tho store or Mr. Al? brecht was broken into on last W^ dn??8da.v night, and several watches, which had been placed in thc hands of Mr. E. C. Donaux for repairs, wero stolon. These little sportive mids aro getting; too common in the town to last much longer. Somebodv is apt to got hurt. The Metropolitan Saloon was also subjected to this species of black mail a short timo before, and we havo beard of several other attempt* to commit burglary latclv. It would bo well il people would soo that they leavo no doors open after dark_Orangeburg Times. We loam that a public meeting will soon bo called for the purpose of takln;? into consideration ino erection of iffactory in our District. Tho sooner we put the ball in motion tho botter. Our i caders doubtless read with interest the able article on tho Btibject, publishod in ohr last issiio.-low. DEATH or J- BETHUNE GLASS, Uso,.-Our com? munity was shocked yesterday by tho ...

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. — 17 January 1867

VOLUME IV.ITO. 441. ^*11-1-: CHARLESTON, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1867. A ff? ?? n a * i linTIPCC HRIlfiSl. CHEMICALS. ETC. PRICE FIVE CENTS. MISCELLANEOUS. TELEGRAPHIC. Our Cable Dispute hi s. LIVEUTOOL, January 10-Noon.-Tlio Cottou mar? ket opesied to-day steadier, aud tho bales will . probably aggregate 7000 bales. Middling Up? lands llgcU LONDON, January 10-Noon.-Tho money market quiet and unchanged. Consols 91 for monev. American securities generally unaltered. Eries 45. AEloicuee letter in this morning's Times sa vs that Goncral King, the American Minister at Homo, has been invited to romove thc American Church outsido of tho walls of that city. Mr. Ki%g com? plied, and will hire a villa for that purpose. ? PESTH. January 16-Noon-The Hungarian Diet have a?rr ed to M. Diak's address condemning the patent lately isati'.-d for thc reorganization of thc army. The vote was neaiiv nuanimous. IXOBESCE, Januaiy 10.- Tho Budget of Italv shows a deficit of over 159.000,000 o...

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. — 17 January 1867

THE CHARLESTON DM If S, G: B. CATHCART, EDITOR CATHCART, MoMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETOI S, No. 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS GASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- TWELVEMONTHS.$10.00 DAILY-HX MONTHS. 5.00 DALLY-THREB MONTHS.. 3.50 BINGLE O JPrES....-.S cents TO NEWS DEALERS.-.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. The immense intrenchmcnts around Mobile have "been levelled or filled up so as now to leavo scarce? ly a vestige. The people of Frankfort, Ky., were having a glorious time on ice, at last accounts. Skating and a game called ' Bandy" were all the go. The railroads in this country employ 200,000 men. and at least 1,000,000 men, women and chil? dren, depend for their support upon the railroad interest. Admiral BnanoBS has arrived at Alexandria, and entered upon the duties of the Professorship of Modern Philosophy, in tho State Seminary, to .which he was recently elected. Three hundred million pounds of tobacco is the estimated crop of tobacco raised in tho United j States the past year. Ten p...

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. — 17 January 1867

_TOTJRSDYY MORNING, JANUARY 3 LOCAL MATTEB To OUR SUBSCRIBERS. -We would call don of those who arc indebted to us tl the country, that tho old year is closing accounts aro not -yet settled. Tho prie scriptum is not largo, and will not bo mi! their plethoric pockets. Tho first of Jai long been celebrated as a div sot apart fe old accounts, and we would not havo or depart from this timo-houored custom, the motivo power of every ontorprise,- a papers are no excoptiou, and we r?sped our country subscr bers to cash up and cc tho new year with a clear record. NEW GERMAN CHULXTI.-A'meeting v last night at the German Lutheran Churcl Hasel and Anson streets, to devise w means for tbc building of a new chu ci Wo were pleased to eec a general inter?s fested on thc subject by our German fe! zens, as evinced by the largo number of present. Wo expect to givo a full repoi proceedings in our next issue. IMPROVEMENT.-The sidewalk ia front GEORGE. MELDAU'S building, at the cc Meeting and Queen street...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 17 January 1867

THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1867. State Items. BOBBEE?.-Wo learn that the store of Mr. Al? brecht was broken into on last W dncsday night, and several watches, which had boon placed in tho hands of Mr. E. C. Donaux for repairs, woro stolen. These little sportive raids are getting too common in the town to last much longer. iSoinebodv is apt to get hurt. The Metropolitan Saloon was also subjected to this species of blackmail a short time before, and we have heard of several other attempts to commit burglary lately. It would be woU if people would see that they leave no doors open aftor dark.-Orangeburg limes. We learn that a public meeting will soon be called for the purpose of taking into consideration the erection of a factor, in our District. Tho sooner we put the ball in uiotion tho better. Our readers doubtless read with interest tho abie article on tho subject, published in our last issue.-Ibid. DEATH OF J. BETHUNE GLASS, ESQ.-Our com? munity was shocked yesterday by the anno...

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. — 18 January 1867

VOLUME IV.NO. 442. CHARLESTON, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 18, 1?67. PRICE F?TS (TENTS? " TELEGRAPHIC. ( ur Cable Dispatches. LIVERPOOL, January 17-Noon.-The cotton mar? ket opened quiet and active this morning. Prices show a skVht advance. Sales will probably reach 10,000 bales. Middling Uplands 14$d. LONDON, January 17-Koon.-Consols unchang? ed. Fivc-tweuties, T2?. Eries, 4.3L VIENNA, January17.-The Presse", of this city, in an articlo this morning, says large insurance has been made at Hamburg on the personal effects of Maximilian, to be shipped per steamer Maria to Ragusa. LONDON-, Jan. 17-Noon.-Tho Reform League ia preparing for another monster trado demon? stration. Tao affair will come off in this city on the 11th February, and is expected to surpass any demonstration of thc lund over made in England. PESTH. January 17.-The Hungarian Diet, with remarkable . unanimity, evince a design to break off their negotiations with Austria, if that Govern? ment continues to oppose 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. — 18 January 1867

THE ?LEM SIM NEWS, G: R. CATHCART, EDITOR CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,. PROPRIETOl S. No. 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS CASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- TWELVEMONTHS.310.00 DAILY-; HX MONTHS. 5'?? DAILY-1 BREE MONTHS. fc*50 BINGLE O JPD2S.5 c?nt* TO NEWS DEALERS.-.3 cen,ts NEWS SUMMARY. Hon. C. C. OLAT'B property has been libelled for confiscation. Georgia has seventy-eight manufactories of cot? ton and woollen goods. Immigration is still pouring into Texas from all parts of tho older States. Population of Vicksburg on the 1st of May last, 80G7; of Natchez, 8431; of Jackson, 3486. The Ghee Huusein Selma has been rented the ensuing year at $7000 in gold. The cultivation of olives is Bpoken of in South Carolina as an experiment worth trying on a large scale. ?newr^p?r/to be called the Da?y Standard, JOHN P. BOHNS editor, is about to be started at Selma, Als. The petition of tho general and poet, ALBEBT PIKE, of Arkansas, for pardon, was indorsed by over 200 parsons. Four young l...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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