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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 22 January 1867

TUESDAY MORNING, JANUART 22, 18?7._ LOCAL MATTERS. WE ABE indebted to M. M. QUINN for DemoresCs MonUily Magazine for February. Copies eau bo obtained at bis Up-Towu News Depot. PARADISE LOST.-Tho Panorama last night was a splendid success. Tho Hall was crowded, with old and young ; and all seemed tc enjoy the beautiful pictures. Those who, from a .'-nowledgo of MIL TON and ST. JOHN, wero ablo co appreciate tho powor of tho artist in illustrating these authors, could not withhold their admiration, while tho juvenile portion of tho audienco wore perfectly en? chanted with the views of Paradise, and alt the pretty birds and beases aboding therein. WELL DONE.-We would'call the attention of our readers to a new invention, that is well calculated to produce a commotion among the well-diggers, Within the Artesian Well enclosure, corner of Mooting and Wentworth strcots, .may bo seen a now Btyle of pump, having a piece of common gas piping attached. This requires no digging, as was wont to b...

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. — 22 January 1867

TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1867. COMMERCIAL.. Exports. HALIFAX, N S-Per brig Chebuctoo-TC bbls Eosin, 10 Obis Spirits Turpentine, 20.503 feet Steam Sawed Lumber, 52,560 feet Flooring Boards. ' HAVANA-Per brig Carmen-100,000 feet Lumber. PHILADELPHIA-Per sehr Daniel Brittani-70 bales Cotton, 1 pipe Gm, 200 tons Irou, 100 Car Wheols, 14 Cannon, 10,000 feet Lumber. The Charleston Cotton Market. OFFICE OF THE DAILY NEWS. ? CHARLESTON. Monday Evening, January 21. f Tho market was quiet and depressed, prices declining In most cases, about a hah" cent ft lb.; salo? 200 bales, say 9at 20 ; 1 at 27 ; 7 at 30 ; 4 at 31 ; 14 at 32 ; 83at32;? ; 82 at 33*i : and 25 at 33. Wo quoto : Low Middling.T..32 @ Middling.33 @ market Report. [FltOK OUB OWN OOmiESrONDEXT.l MATANZAS, January ll, 1867.-MUSCOVADO SUOAES. For these descriptions there has prevailed the same dull, ness, buyers refusing to enter into any operatious until plantera reduce their rates, or advices from foreign ports give encouragem...

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. — 22 January 1867

i VOLUME III....NO. 405.] CHARLESTON S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. VOLUME IV.WO. 44? TEL?GR?M?C. Oar Coblo Dispatches. PARIS, January 21.-All the members or tho Cabinet tendered their resignation to the Empe? ror, but sis. of them were uot accepted. The resig? nation of M. Foula was among those that wero ac? cepted. SI. Houlicr remains in the Cabinet, and at present will presido over tho Finance and State Departments. Genavclli will take charge of the Naval and La Boutlc of the Agricultural Depart? ment. The rest of tho Cabinot aro unchanged. LONDON, January 21.-It is said that thcro is much excitement in Taris over the changes in tho Imperial Cabinet, and it is thought they indicate a moro warlike policy on tho part of tho Emperor. The French press upplauds the reforms made by Napoleon. It is Baid that Lord Dcrbv has concluded not to present the Government Boform Bill to Parlia? ment. PABIS, January 21_It is stated in official circles that the powers ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 22 January 1867

THE tlLlRLBSTON DIM NEWS, G: K- CATHCART, 5s>!roa SATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PBOPREETOl 1. Nc 18 MAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMSJASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- TWELVE MONTHS. nm DAILY-TX MONTHS. "'JT DAILY-1 BREE MONTHS.. *~u BINOLE O ?PIES. TO NEWS DEALERS. NEWS SUMMARY. Gold dosed in New York yesterday at 8Gj. The Liverpool markot ia dull and declining ; eales I 6000 bales. Tho quotations received by telegraph | ure doubtful. At St. Paul, Minnesota, tho mercury was 22 de- | grees below zoro on Thursday morning, 10th inst. HAMM ILL, the oarsman, is to row two milos at Pittsburg with "WALTER BROWN, of Portland, for $1500 a side. At tho last accounts tho effects of twenty pe? troleum oil companios of Tenango County, Penn? sylvania, were sold at auction by tho shoriff. Ex-General BBADLET T. JOKSSOW has been admittod to the bar of the Supreme Court of tho United SUte?, under the new rule rescinding tho test oath. A letter from some foreign official states that tho Empress CJJBLO...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 22 January 1867

TUESDAY" MORNING, JANUARY 22^1867. ? LOCAL MATTERS. WE ABE indebted to M. M. QUINN for DenioresCs Monthly Magazine for February. Copios can be obtained at his Up-Town Newe Depot. PARADISE LOST.-The Panorama last night iras a splendid success. The Hall was crowded, vt "th old and young ; and all scorned to onjoy tho beau^ful pictures. Thoso who, from a knowledge of MTL TON and ST. JOHN, wero able to appreciate the power of tho artist in illustrating theso authors, could not withhold their admiration, while tho juvenilo portion of the audience wero perfectly en? chanted with tho views of Paradiso, and all the protty birds and beases aboding therein. WELL DONE.-Wo would call tho attention of our readors to a new invention, that is well calculated to produce a commotion among the woll-diggers. Within tho Ar'esian Well enclosure, corner of Mooting and Wentworth streets, may bo seen a now style of pump, having a piece of common gas piping attached. This requires no digging, as was wont to...

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. — 22 January 1867

r TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 22, 1S67. COMMERCIAL. Export?, HALIFAX N B-Fer bri? Chobuctoo-76 bbls Rosin, 10 bbl? Spirits Turpentine. 20.508 foot Steam Sawed Lumber. 62,560 foot Flooring Boards. HAVANA-Per bris Carmen-100,000 feet Lumber. PHILADELPHIA-Per Hclir Daniel Brlttaiu-70 bales Cotton, 1 pipe Gin, 200 tons Iron, 100 Car Wbools, 14 Cannon. 10,000 foetLumbcr. Tito Cuarlcston Cotton Market. OFFICE OF THE DAILY NEWS, ) CHARLESTON. Monday Evening, January 21. J Tho market was quiet and dopresscd. prices dtclining in most cases about a half cent lb.; salo? 200 bales, say S at 20 ; 1 ot 27 ; 7 at 30 ; 4 at 81 ; 14 at 32 ; 88 at32>j ; 62 at 32,*? ; and 26 at 33. Wo quote : Low Middling.32 <?)-' Middling.33 @ Slarkct Report. [FROM o rm OWN CORRESPONDENT.] MATANZAS, January IL 1867.-MUSCOVADO SUOAES. For these descriptions there has prevailed tho same dull, ness, buyers refusing to outer into any operations until planters reduce their rates, or advices from foreign ports give enco...

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. — 23 January 1867

VOLUME IV.NO. 446. CHARLESTON, S. C. WEDNESDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 23, 1867. TELEGRAPHIC. Ou? Cable Dispatches. LONDON. January 22-Noon.-The money mar? ket ia quiet and steady. Consols quoted at*90a90? for money. Tho following are tho current quota^ tiona for American securities: 5-20'a, 72$; Eries, 43$; Illinois Central, 81. LIVERPOOL, Jauuary 22-Noon.-The cotton mar? ket opened flat; the day's sales will not aggregate over 5000 bales. Middling-rDplands aro quoted at 14Jd. LIVERPOOL, January 21.-Evening.-Tho cotton maiket continues dull, but prices are unchanged; Middling Uplands closed at 14| d. QUEENSTOWN. January 22-Noon.-The Cunard steamship Australasian, from New York, January 9, touched hero; en route to Liverpool. LIVERPOOL, January 22-Noon.-The steamship City of Washington, which left Now York on tho 12th of January, was obliged to put into the Shan? non, sh rt of coal. LONDON, January 22.-Tho Herald of this morn ning, editorially, says that tho Government has protested again...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 23 January 1867

THE ?H18LBST9N DM NEWS, G: IL CATHCART, B_rr*it ?ATHCART. MCMILLAN & MARTON, PROPB-BTOl V Nc 18 MAYNE STREET. G?TY PRINTERS. TERMS GASH. SrjB3CB3r?OK. P?Y- TWlLYEMOlWaS.$10.00 BAGLT-:1X MONTHS. 5*?? BAILY-IHRKE MONTHS. 2'50 BiN6__5 ? lFIBB.5 oe-t<l TO 1)_ALH_?.-.3 CCNT* NEWS SUMMARY. Minnesota exported Jast year 9,100,711 bnahels of wheat and flour. In Baltimore last year there were one hundred and fifty-nine fires, involving a loss of $200.005. The English Catholics have* lately sent $40,C00 to the Pope. Since the abolition of slavery the assessed valua? tion of property in Missouri has iucroasod $65, O00.MO. A St. Louis journal counts up 1369 houses built in that city during the year 18C6 nt a total cost of $8.049,048. The round trip from the United States to the Paris Exhibition on the Great Eastern, next sum - mer, will cost from $180 to $150 in gold. The Legislature of Virginia has refused to re? peal the Usury Laws. The Whig deplores this ac? tion, and ask* what will be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 23 January 1867

Wr^NESDAYMOlOTNG, JANUARY^ LOCAL MATTERS A GOOD GIFT.-Messrs. E. J. DAWSOIT have conferred a great favor upon us by i tentation of a ven- neat little Biblo, for whi have our sincere thauks and best wishes. THE steamship Saragossa, intelligence ha: ed hero, did not leave Now York ou Satui this port, being prevented by the ice in Ne harbor; but succeeded in getting off on ? r.nd may bo expected here this evening or I nw. MILTONS PARADISE LOST.-Tho reprose: of the Jlillonian Tableaux attracted quite audience last night, and the Hibernian Hi comfortably filled. The theme was one w( thy of both the poet and the painter. Sonu scenes were very attractive, and the lecture] thoroughly au fait in his part, rendered t lineations far moro appreciable by his apt tiona. Tho painting is not without merit, a interest increases as successive wonders B folded to tho viow. The flattoriug receptio this Panorama on its previous visit is be: peatcd. and the numbers that now attoud ihrt ii has created a r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 23 January 1867

WEDNESDAY MORNING:, JANUARY 23,1S'J7. [ron THE NEWS.] THE: MISSING BELLS. We miss the bella, with their tones sublime, And the mellow notes of St. Michael's chime, For tho Sabbaths como aa they came of yore, But the Sabbath bella aro heard no more. A stillness rel<roB o'er the city now, And tho prayerful throngs in silence bow, "Whan tne holy light of tho Sabbath morn Is ushered in with a rosy dawn. . No music floats on tho passing gale, But the missing beUs tell a sad, sad talc For their strains were lost in the cannon'* roar. And the Sabbath bella are bells no more. Thev muttered loud, with a anioky br?: ''h. On the battle-field, 'mid the scenes of i^ath, The same soft boils that had sounded praise From the ateeplo tops, in our peaceful days. Oh ! soon may the solemn silence cease", And the belli re-echo tho notes of peace : May our hearts once mere with their music thrill. And beat responsivo to Love, and " Good Will." CACTUS. Taking tho Nineteentn Century Down a Peg. TheBev. ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 23 January 1867

i VOLUME III....NO. 405.] CHARLESTON S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. ?nr f?ltle Dispatches. LONDON, January 22-Noon.-The money mar? ket is quiet and steady. Consols quoted at 90a904 for money. Thc following aro tho current quota? tions for American securities: G-20's, 72fj; Eries, 134; Illinois Central, 81. LrvEBrooL, January 22-Noon.-Tho cotton kor? ket oponed flat; the day's sales will not aggregate over ?OOO bales. Middling Uplands are quoted at USd. LIVEUPOOL, January 21-Evening_The cotton maikot continues dull, but prices aro unchanged; Middling Uplands closod at 14Jd. QUEENSTOWN, January 22-Noon.-Tho Cunard steamship Australasian, from Now York, January 9, touched here, en route to Liverpool. LIVERPOOL, January 22-Noon.-The steamship City of Washington, which loft New York on tho 12th of January, was obliged to put into tho Shan? non, sh rt of coal. LONDON, January 22.-Tho Herald of this morn ning, editorially, says that tho Government...

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. — 23 January 1867

TELE ? ?MULM MM SEWS, G: B. CATHCAltT, Burros. 8ATHCART, MoMILLAN & MORTON, rnoPBiBTOi *. Nc 18 MAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMSJCASH. SCBSCRDmOK DAH.Y- I'yW iTEMOWrHS. DAILY-?IX MONTHS. MILT-1 BREE MONTHS. BINOLE O (FIES. TO KBV79 DEALMM. NEWS SUMMARY. Minnesota exported last yoar 9,109,711 bushels of wheat and flour. In Baltimoro last year there were ono hundred anil fifty-nine fires, involving a loss of $200,00?. Tho English Catholics have lately sent $40,000 to the Pope. Since the abolition of slavery the assessed valua? tion of property in Missouri has increased $05, 008,900. . A. St. Louis journal counts up 1369 houses built In that city during th? year 1886 at a total cost of $8,019,048. The round trip from the United States to the Paris Exhibition on tho Great Eastern, noxt sum? mer, will cost from $130 to $150 in gold. The Le ?islature*of Virginia has refused to re? peal the Usury Laws. Tho Whig deplores this ac? tion, ai<d oak"? what will become of poor old Vir? g...

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. — 23 January 1867

?ii?! News. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 23, 18G7. LOCAJL MATTIERST A GOOD GIFT.-Atesar?. E. J. DAWSON & Co. have conferred a great favor*npon us by tho pro i-. jntation of ? vory neat little Bible, for which they have our aiucore thanks and best wishes. THE steamship Saragossa, intelligence has roach ( d hero, did not leave Now York on Saturday for t !iia port, being prevented by tho ico in New York harbor: but succeeded in getting off on Sunday, nod may bo expected here this evening or to-mor 1CW. MILTON'S PARADISE LOST_The repr?sentation of tho ililtonian Tableaux attracted quito a large uudionco last night, and tho Hibernian Hall WSB comfortably filled. The theino was ono well wor? thy of botli tho poet and thc painter. Some of tho Heenes were very attractive, and tho lecturer being thoroughly au fait iu his part, rendered tho de? lineations far moro appreciable by his apt quota? tions. Tho painting is not without merit, and tho interest increases as successive wonders aro un?...

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. — 23 January 1867

?WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1807. [ron Tire iraws.] TICK MISSING SELLS. We roles tho boils, with their tones sublime. And tho mellow notes o? St Michael's chime, For tho Babb- -u' come ss they carno ol y oro. But the Sa',oath bolls arc heard no moro. A stillness reigns o'er tho city now. And tho prayerful throngs in silence bow. When tno holy light of tho Sabbath mom Is ushered In with a rosy dawn. No music floats on tho passing gale. But the missing bolls toll a sad, sad tale For their strains woro lost in tho cannon's roar. And tho Sabbath bcUs arc bellt no more. They muttered loud, with a smoky breath. On thc battle-field, 'mid the scones of death, Tho samo soft bolls that had sounded praise From the steeplo tops, in our peaceful days. Oh I soon nu y the solemn silunco cooee. And the bells re-echo tho notes of peaco : May our hearts once more with their music thrill. And beat responsive to Love, and .. Good Will." CACIOS. Talcing tho Nineteenth Century Down rt IPeg. The ROT. ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 24 January 1867

V0LUME -.N0 ~ CHARLESTON, S. C. THURSDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 24, 18?7. ^ PRICE FIVE GENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. Congressional. WASHINGTON, January 23.-Tho House remained in session until 8 o'clock thia morning. Forty rotes were taken by yeas aud navs, which is only "a third ns many as during the famous tight over the Knn sas-N ?liras ka Bill. Thc majority finally yielded. Boutwoll proposing an adjournment to ll. and granting that the hour between that and noon should bo at the disposal of the Democrats who wished to debate tho Dill. No promise, however, was given on the part of tho Democrats that they would allow a vote at neon. Tho Postmaster-General responded to the de maud of tho House by reporting ten appointments which had been rejected by the Senate, and twen? ty ou which tho Senate had failed to act. Tho President has approved tho Dili fer tho meeting of Congress on the 4th of March. Mr. Bout well's Bill, making a rule for the United States Courts, excluding from practice Confede? rate...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 24 January 1867

THE v NEWS, G: E. CATHCART, Bemm CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRD2T013. Nt 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS CASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAT- TWELVE M?NCHS.$10.00 DAILY-UX MONTHS. 5-(K) DAILY-Q. RRBE MONTHS.. 2.50 bIN?BE O JPLES.5 cent? TO NHWS DEALERS.-.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. Gold closed in New York yes'enlay at 134$. A lucky Mr. MOOOBD, of North Carolina, has discovered dirt on his fenn sufficiently auriferous as to be worth $100 per bushel. Curros B. EIUICKINBIDOS, son of Gen. BBBCKIX WDQB, ip in tho house of EVANS, GAEDNEB & Co., importing dry good3 house in New York. W. W. ASTOB. son of JOHN J". ASTOB, Jr., ia & pupil of THOMSON, the sculptor. A Psyche of his ii nVii sp. ken of. Ex-Pr-.sident JBBSMIAH DAT, of Tale College, 9-1 year? old. is the oldest of the twenty-fivo mon in New Haven who aro over 80. Colloctioua for Mr*. JEST. DAVIS are being made in Mississippi. Claiborne County subscribes 1684; Karshall *200; Rankin, $100; andHindB $67. One factory in Augusta, Ga...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 24 January 1867

JTOURSD ABORNING, JANUARY 24, 1SG7. LOCAL MATTERS. HABPEB'S MAGAZINE for February, has boca fur? nished us by Mr. M. M. QUINN, of tho Up-Town NewB Depot. MB. C. F. VOGLEB baa sent us tho February numbera of Harper's Magazine, DemoresCs Monthly Fashion Magasine and of tho Crescent Monthly. THE HANLON BEOTHERS.-Mr. C. AMORY BRUCE, agent of tho HANLONS, paid a v isit to our sanctum last evoning. Ho is in our city to make arrango ments for tho early appearance of tho above nam? ed artists. Tho HANLONS have been long and wide? ly celebrated as acrobats of tho first order, and wo feel assured will moe. with a welcome reception from our citizens. Tm TABLEAUX OF THE APOCALYPSE AND PABA DIBE LOST.---Hibernian Hall was again filled last evening by a largo audience, who evinced their ap preciation of its rare mont by close attention and well-timed applause Tho uniform testimonials of approval elicited from tho press of both this country and Europe aro confirmed in tho impres? sions which tho e...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 24 January 1867

THURSDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 24,1S67. [The following beautiful poem bas inado ita ap? pearance iu the newspapers. Tho National Intel? ligencer says : '"Those who hare hoard this touch? ing effusion recited by tho celebrated tragedian, MB, FORREST, will never forget either the pathos with which he renders it, or his simple, affecting introduction to it. Mr. FORREST clunks the writer was the brother of tho poot SOUTHEY:"] TIic Idiot Boy. It had pleased God to form poor Nod A thing of idiot mind, Tet to the poor uurcaa'ng boy God had not been unkind. Old Sarah loved her helpless child Wno m helplessness made dear, And Ule waa everything to him Who knew no hopo nor fear. She know hi wanta, she understood Each halt* ar tic 'late call ; For he was everything to her, And she to him was alb And so for many a year they livod, Nor I:new a wish beside. But bgti st length on Surah carno, Anu she loll sic* and died. He tried in vain to 'waken ber. He cillod her o'er and. o'er; They told hun sho wa...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 January 1867

^ ^ ' ' K ..... " . .... ... . - .... .I VOLUME IV.ITO. 448. CHARLESTON, S. C. FRIDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 25, 1867~ " " . PRICE FIVE CENTS. . - TELEGRAPHIC. Important from AVa?uiugton. NEW YORK, January 24.-A special to the New York Times savs th tfc, sinco November, loading EoUticians of the North and South, Republicans, .emocrats, cx-Confoderatcs, are alike working up a plan of conciliation between the North au.i South, and between the Exocutiva^and Congress, Suffrage and amnesty form tho bas? of the propo? sition. For instance, Soi:th Carolina will adopt massachusetts sufrago. The Presideut wi 1 issue an amnesty proclama tion, and South Carolina, under the Massachusetts suffrage, will elect loyal representatives, and Con gress will determino their admission. The Admin istration is seriously considering this proposition The Tribune's special Bays that Gen. Ashley is busily engaged in acc.-.miilating the evidence for the impeachment. The scheme for a Pacific Railroad through Texas an...

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. — 25 January 1867

CMRLBM DAILY NEWS, G: R. CATHCART, EDITOR CATHCART, MoMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETOl 3. Nc 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMTCASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- TWELVEMONTHS. DAILY-.??X MONTHS. DALLY-1HREE MONTHS. BINGLE O 'PUGS. TO NEWS DEALERS.-. NEWS SUMMARY. Gold elesed in New York at ISMS. A shark's jaw has been dug up in a coal bed at Belleville, Ul. Bev. Dr. STILES has declined the Presidency of the Oglethorpe University, in Georgia, to which he was recently elected. An editor in France, who sold a free pass on a railroad that had been given him by tho companv, and tho man who bought it, havo both been sen? tenced to thirteen months' imprisonment. During the past yc-r no loas than seventy-throe new periodiciia saw tho light in Paris. How many of them lived to ace the end of the year we ai e unable to say. A lady in Bov. Mr. SPURGEONS congregation has given ?20,000 for funding au institution for vagrant children. The institution is to bo modelled .:*ter those of tho Five Points, Ne...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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