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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 January 1867

FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25, 1807. LOCAL MATTERS. TELEGRAPHIO BOSH. - Mr. RASDALL, ol" Pa., said : "Oh bosh." This very important dispatch will bo found in our telegraphic column; and wo hope none of our roadors will neglect its perusal. Tho entire paragraph, of which tho above is au ex? tract, will convey a pretty good idea of tho ameni? ties of Congressional debate. INCREASE OP BANK CAPITAL.-Since tho publica? tion of our articlu on this subject, in yesterday's issue, wo havo been informed that a project is on foot to organizo another banking association in this city, with a cash capital of $300,000, and power to increase to $500,000. Parties elsewhere have promised that if $50,000 or moro bo subscribed hore they will subsribe the rost of the capital re? quired. Tho plan moots with vcry general ap? proval from our merchants and men of business who have keenly feit tho great want of incrcascl banking facilities, so necessary to the trade and prosperity of our city. Tho subscription ...

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. — 25 January 1867

a FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25, 1867. LXNES. Itespectfvlly inscribed to lite Ladies' Memorial As? sociation of Fredwicksburg, Ya. BY THE ?JTXHOB OF TBS CONQUEBED BAN NCR. Gather the sacred dust. Of tho warriors tried aud true, Who bore the flag of our nation's trust. And fell in a cause cs great as just. And di ;d for mo and you. Wherever the bravo have died. They should not rest apart; Living they struggled sida by side Why should tho hand of death divido A singlo heart from heart ? Gather them, each and all, From the Private to the Chief; Come they from cabin or lordly hall. Over their dust let the fresh tears fall Of a nation's holy grief. No matter whence thoy come Dear is their lifeless clay Whether unknown or known to fame, Their cause and country were tho same They died-and WJTO tho Grey. Gather the corpses strown O'er many a battle plain From many a grave that lies so lone, Without a name and without a stone Gather the Southern ?lain. And the dead shall meet the d vid While 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. — 26 January 1867

VOLUME IV.NO. 449. CHARLESTON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 26, 1867._ PRICE FIVE CENTS. , TELEGRAPHIC. Wasliin&ion Sew*. WASHINGTON, January 25.-Messrs. PoaiEBor, IIABPEB, TJEFBEEKE, of the Currency Committee, opposed RANDALL'S Gold Bill. Thc balance of the Committee aro in favor of it. General THOMAS will testify relativo to tue trans? fer of the Southern railroads. The New York 2W bune's special says thai General THOMAS acted un? der the sp:cial orders of the President. The Ways and Meara Committee will report against changing' the present rate of retiring greenbacks. General GRANT'S Sprang visit to Europe is au? thoritatively denied. Honduras advices state that a body of Indians have invaded the mahogany district, threatening to break up the works. The business has been suspended. A special to the Philadelphia Enquirer closes its account of STEVENS' action as follows: "Thia ends the prospects for territorial governments at the South for this session." The Maryland Legis...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 January 1867

THE MIRLITON DM IIS, G: B. CATHCART, EDITOR CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON, FROPRIETOI S. Nt 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PllINTERS. TERMITGASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- TWELVE MONffHS.$10.00 DAILY-; MX MONTHS. 5.00 DALLY-1 BREE MONTHS. 2.50 BINGLE O iPr*^!!".5 cents TO NEWS DEA. -.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. Gold closed at tho last board in New York at 1S4J. W. W. ASTOR, son of JOHN J. Jr., is a pupil of THOMPSON, the sculptor. A Psyche of his is woll spoken of. The New York Tribune estimates tho expenses of both sexes who attend tho 1200 balls of tho sea s-vT iu that city at $6,123,000. MARION HARLAND'S "Sonnybank," published a few weeks sinco by SHELDON & Co., has reached a sale of more than 12,000 copies. The Chicago Evening Post (Radical), of January 18, says that Governor ORR, of South Carolina, is in Washington, very obsequious and oily. The coal trade of Pennsylvania during tho past year amounted to 12,285,903.17 tons, which would amount to the enormous sum of $C7,896,800. A. H. LEE, of...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 January 1867

SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26,18G7. LOCAL, MATTERS. AT A meetmg of the Directors of the Savannah and Charleston Railroad Company, held yesterday nt their Ornee, No. 23 Broad street, Mr. J. REID BOYLSTON waa unanimously elected Prcsidont pro t?mpora. SENTENCE DAI-.-According to a decree of Court, Saturday, the 2fith, was sot apart as Sentence Day, and the Court will meet to-day, at ll A, M., to pass the "sentence? ?non the the different criminals whose casos have bcon tried in the past two wooka. Those are in every instance colored persons, and the principal testimony against them was from parties of their own class and (color. The experi? ment of admitting this evidence upon the stand has proved a success, and tho truthful statements of some of theso witnessos (which wero not affect? ed evo ..'*." * ?ross-oxamiuation) wero such as comm en clea teem to tne whole Court. In the cR*? of Horace Greeley, and in that of John Jenkins and Scipio Framer, both indietod for murder, the grounds f...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 January 1867

A PRETTY BUDGET OF GOSSIP. SCANDAL ABOUT THE ENGLISH BOYAL FAMILY-FOI- j TW.TSI OF QUEEN VICTORIA-HEB QUARRELS WITH THE PRINCE OF WALES-SHOCKING P?OFLIG AC Y OF THE PRINCE'S" CHTOL Apropos of the political squalls in England, of .which, jon have doubtless heard-(by-the-by, they . are getting nearer and nearer to a Democratic re? volution every day)-I had tho signal houor, tho other day, to make the acquaintance of a "noble 'Lord," with carrotty whiskers, jost from London. From him I got a pretty budget of gossip about ?the royal folks; and, as the estimation in which the royal family are held may have some influence on (?ming events, I will give you a few items. It seems, by his account, that the English have only fust found out the worth of the late lamented Prince Albert. Tho exotic consort of her Gracious Majesty used to be called ''That Dutch inter? loper," "That tat old good-for-nothing," and other equally contemptuous epithets, during his lifetime. After his death, however, pe...

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. — 28 January 1867

VOLTIME IV.NO. 428. CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 1, 1867. PRICE Tmm rnSfrTS " ' TELEGRAPHIC. Oar Cable Dispatches. PAMS, January 22.-Telcgi ams received from all departments of tho Empiro exproas dissatisfaction with tho proposed reform in the policy of tho Gov? ernment. Tho Bourse is dull anti rates have declined. BERLET, January 22.-Tho members of tho Ger? man Confederation have agreed to tho schemo pro? posed by tho Prussian Government. PANS, January 22.-Tho United States war steamer Swatara, villi John H. Surratt on board, arrived at Port Mahon, Island of Minorca, ono of the Balearic Islands, recently, and after coal ing sailed again for tho United States. ATHENS, January 22.-Gro:>i-interest is folt in this city and throughout Groeco generally, on the subject of Goaoral Kalargis' mission to Washing? ton. Help is confidently expected from the great Republic. MASCIIESTER, January 22-Evening.-Tho ?hort timo movement among" manufacturera is extend? ing. PARIS, Jan...

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. — 28 January 1867

THE mmm MM mm, G: R. CATHCART, EDITOR CATHCART, MoMlM.AN ? MORTON, PR0PRIET01 S. Nc 18 ELAYNE STREET. O?TY PiilNTBBS. TERMiTcASH. SUBSCRIPTION. BAILY- TWELVEMONTHS "DAILY--.TX MONTHS. DAILY-1 BREE MONTHS... BINOM O 'gf^'""'. TO NEWS DBA*' . .810.00 . 5.00 . ?.50 5 t-f nts .3 couta NEWKS SUMMARY Forty-fivo pearla, forty diamonds, and fivo thou? sand small brilliants, form the crown of the Queen of Belgium. The wealthiest estate in Cincinnati ia that of tho late NICHOLAS LONGWORTH, which is valued for taxation purposes at S12.OOO.O0O. . During bight months of last year steam engines .to tao value of $5,032,925 in gold were oxportod from Great Britain to foreign countries. - According to tho annual report of tbs Board of ;Trado for 18^/England baa 22.201,833 aerosol' farm laud under cultivation-or sixty-eight per cent, of her entire territory. It is said that Mr. NEAL BRTAXT, proprietor of a Nsw York hotel, is tho lucky man who drew Ibo . Crosby Opera House He is brother to DAK BUT J A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 January 1867

"Mes 9M _MONDAY MORNING, JANUARYS, 1S?7. LOCAL -MATTHUS. CORRECTION.-Li our publication < ? Sattu-dayof thc naines o? those who signed tho petition *o Congress asking a freo r?import?t ion of tho bolls of lit. Michaels Church, tho nanto of ANDREW SI? MONES. Esc., President First National Rank, was, by mistake of tho printer, left out. RAILROAD FAVOKS.-Our thanks aro due and arc herewith tendered tv tho Superintendent of thc Lkmth Carolina Railroad, for timely favors. Tho Suporiutcudeut of the Charleston and Sa? vannah Railroad has laid us under similar obliga? tions, j A WORTHY ORIECT.-WC call attention to an Ap? peal, to bc f:uud in another column, addressed *To Soldiers and Friends of Soldiers," ir. beh tlf of ?iLrs. DONALD HOWE. It will afford us pleasure to be an ahuorer in such a cause. HIGH S.:nooL OF CUAELESTON.-At a meeting, on Saturday last, of tho Hoard of Suporvisors of tho High School of Charleston, Mr. W. A. DEAS was oleeted Teacher of tho German Language in that ins...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 January 1867

MONDAY MORNING. JANUARY 28,1807. TILE CHESS BOARD. BT OWES MEREDITH. My little lovo, do yon remember. Ere we were grown s<? sadly wisc, Those evenings in tb? bleak December, Curtaia'd warm from tho snowy weather, When you and I played ckeas toijethor, Checkmated by each other's eyes ? AB ! still I seo your soft whito hand Hovering warm o'er quoon and knight, Brave pawns in valiant battlo stand, The double castles guard the wings, The bjajbcp. bent oa distant things, Moves sildug through the fight. Our fingers touch, our glances meet And falter; falls your goldon hair AgaiuBt my cheek; your bosom sweet Is heaving. .. own the field your queen RideB Blow her soldiery between, And checks me unaware. Ah, me I the little battle's done; Dispersed is all its chivalry. Full many a move since then, have we, "Mid life's perplexing checkers made, And many a game with Fortune played What is it wo have won? This, thi9 at least- f this alone That never, nover, nevermore, As in thOBe old still n...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 29 January 1867

VOLTIME IV.NO. 428. CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 1, 1867. PRICE Tmm rnSfrTS " ' TELEGRAPHIC Our Cable Dispatches. LONDON, January 25-Noon.-Tho Times of this morning contains a long letter from Washington, in which tho writer reports a conversation held with President Johnson. The latter spoke very strongly, justifying himself in the position ho hud taken on the subject of reconstruction, and vio? lently assailing Congress for, as ho expressed it, usurping Executive and Judicial power. Austria, apprehending war, is increasing the forces on tho Turkish and Russian frontiers. LONDON, January 27,-Two clipper ships, thc Louis Walsh and Charlotte White, which sailed from Calais on a race to Europe, rc ched Gibraltar, having made the voyage in iOl daj'B. The Louis Walsh won the race by only twenty-five minutes. LIVERPOOL, January 26.-The Bbsphorus, that it was feared was lost, has arrived off the west coast of Ireland. PESTH, January 26.-A full Ministry has been formed in H...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 29 January 1867

?HUM MILT 1WS, G: B. CATHCART, EDITOS CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, ?? PRO?RTETOI S, Nt 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMTCASN. SUB80HIPTION. DALLY- ?WELVE MONffHS.$10.00 DAILY-:TES MONTHS. 5.00 DALLY-THREE MONTHS. ?.50 BINGLE &an****^*. *."....5 cont? TO NEWS DEA _.?...,.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. A Dublin jury recently gare two hundred pounds damages and costs, against Dr. LD?DWOET, a schoolmaster, for excessive punishment of a boy named PATNE. A private club in Providence has undertaken the .work of rop-iblishing, in th? handsomest style, tho completo works of BOOBS WILLIAMS. The entire strength of the army in Ireland at present is 21,700 officers and men. Last January the number was slightly greater. Only six planters made sugar this season in the Parish of St. Mary, La. The yield ia stated at five hundred hhda.-about one hundredth part of that of former years, A cargo .of wheat was lately sent from Sail Fran? cisco to Philadelphia at a less rate of transporta? tion than th...

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. — 29 January 1867

TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1 LOCAL MATTERS. ACKNOWLEDGMENT.-Wo return thanks to THOMPSON, Purser of the steamer Kate, for of Florida papers. MR. C. F. YOGLEB, of the Central Newa I Circulating Library, ic, No. 108 Market ? has sent U3 the latest issues of tho Bound pud Now York Staais Zeitung. Mr. V. rec every overling, all tho latest papers of in from eveiy quarter. DISTRICT COURT-Judge LOGAN presiding business was transacted on account of th sence of jurors, and tho Court adjourned uni usual hour to-day. PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK.-The Board of D ors of this Bank havo determined to increase capital, in order to present oqual facilities other institutions. Stock can ho had on ap; Y tiou at the Bank to Mr. H. G. LOPER, Cashier THE SACRED CONCERT, at St. Paul's Church, cliffehoro', will come off to-night. The progra promises a treat, such as our community r has an opportunity of enjoying. From whs know of tho artists who will assist, we bav doubt the affair will be bien rech&'che. ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 29 January 1867

.y TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 13G7 SOME DAY. You smooth the tingles from my hair With gentle touch and touderest caro. And count the years ere you shall mark Bright silver threads among the dark Smiling tho while to hear me say, "You'll think ol* this a gum some day Some day 1" I do not scorn the power of Time, Nor count on yefirs of fadeless prime; But no wai to gleams wiii ever shine Among these heavy locks of mine. Ay, laugh os gaily as you may. You'll think of this ogam some day Some day 1 Some day I shall not feel as now. Your soft hands move about my brow; I shall not slight your light commands, And draw your txessos through my hands; I shall be silent and obey "And you-you will laugh that day Some day 1 I know Bow long your loving bands Will linger with these glossy bauds. When you shall weave tay latest crown Of their thick masses loa~ and brown; But you wUi seo no touch or gray Adorn their shilling length that day Some dayl And, while your tears are falling hot Upon the U...

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. — 30 January 1867

VOLUME IV.NO. 452. CHARLESTON, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 30, 186.7. PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. Our Cubic Dispatches. BERLIN', January 29-Noon.-Count Bismarck has been nominated for tho Gorman Parliament to repres ent tho City of Berlin. LONDON, Jami ry 29-Noon.-Dispatches have been received which state that tho Cretan war had been renewed. Tho terms of tho Sublime Porte for peace had been scornfully rejected by tho Cre? tans. A batile has siuco been fought, but tho re? sults aro not stated. lhere is apparently- much enthusiasm on both sides, and the war had* spread to tho neighboring islands. FLORENCE, January 29.-Admiral Porsano bas boen acquitted of the charge of cowardice. VIENNA, January 29.--The American breech loading rifle has been given to a portion of the Austrian army. ATHEN3, January 29.-Tho Creek Ministry pro? posed to raise the eflectivo force of the army to 31,000 men, including 14,000 rosorvos. 'This action is taken on account of the militan- prepa? ratio...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 30 January 1867

TI3JS MMN BAILI G: R. CATHCART. Jfciron CATHCART, McMILLAN & HORTON, PR0PEJET01 S, Nt 18 H?YN? STREET. UlTY PRINTERS. TERftlTC?SH. SUBSCREPTION. PALLY- TWELVE MONTHS.810.00 DAILY-TUX MONTHS. 5.0? DAILY-a UREE MONTHS.:. 2.50 BINGES CV tWjj*^* \.....*.S cents TO NEWS DEA" .3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. NEUMANN and STETNITZ, the two now eneas stars of Europe, ?iave agreed to play a match. A resolution passed the Illinois Houso of Repre? sentatives on Tuesday, declaring deserters and skedaddles from tho draft disfranchised. A hog was butchered, two or threo days ago, in Jackson, Hiss., which weighed.net, seven hundred and seventy-eit-ht pounds. * Plants of Chinese tea grown in North Carolina are now fivo feet in height, and iu full bloom. Five pounds of " Bohe.;," -made in 1865, from tho leaves, were considered equal to tho best imported. Ibo United States Engineers' Department re? commends the appropriation of $160,008 for.per? manent defences at tho western entrance ut Narra? gansett Bay....

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 30 January 1867

WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY CU, 1807. LOCAL MATTERS. THE FREUNDSCHAFTSBCND, we understand, gave a musical and dramatical entertainment last night Va have not seen tho programme, buthavou( ? >ubt it was good as usual. VALUABLE EXPORTS.-Messrs. W. B. SMITH & Co. c'oared. yesterday tho ship Scrtamer, tor Liverpool, with 301 bales Sea Island and 34-11 bales Upland c >tton, valued at $599,G0S. Messrs. R. MURE &? Co. clcarod the British bark Regina, Capt TOBE*, for Liverpool, with 170 balee Sea Island, 1347 bales Upland cotton, 1S1 barrels rosin, and 125 logB timoor, the whole valued at $230,252. IMPROPER BURIAL.-Tho bodies of two colored still-born childron wore biought to the Upper Guard Houso on Monday night last, having hoon picked up in Aiken street by a policeman. It seems that they had been wrapt up in a cloth and buried in the graveyard at tho corner of Columbus and Aiken streets,. but so near ibo surface of the ground that they woro discovered and dug up by dogs in t...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 30 January 1867

WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30, 1807. "GO IT ALONE.1 BY JOHN 0. SATE. There's a game mach in fashion, I think it's called Euohrc. Thongh I'vo nover playe? it for pleasure or lucro, In which, whoa the cards are in corhdu condition?, Tho players appear to have changed their positions, And one of them crios in a confident tone "I think I might venture to go it clone!" Whilo watching the game, 'to a wiiim of thc bard's A moral to draw from the skirmish in cards, Aud to fancy he finds iu thc trivial strife Some excellent hiuts for the buttle of Life, Where, whether the prize be a ribbon or throne, Tho winner is he who can "go it alone !" When great Galileo proclaimed that the world In a regular orbit was ceaselessly whirled, And KOt-not a convert for all of his pains. But ?:dy derision, and prison, and chaine "It moves, for all that," was lus answering tone, For he knew, like the earth, he could "go it atone!" When Kepler, with intellect pithing afar. Discovered the laws of each planot an...

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. — 31 January 1867

i VOLUME III....NO. 405.] CHARLESTON S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. TJjjJLiJt?GrRAFHIC. w Our Cable Dispatches. FLORENCE, January 30.-Admiral Fis.mo bas been acquitted of tho chargo of cowardice, but bas been placed on trial for incompetency and dis? obedience to his superior officers. VIENNA, January 80.-The survey of tho bounda? ry lino between Austria and Italy bas boon com? pleted. ATHENS, January 30.-It is General KAIXEROA, and not II ABU A vis, that will go on a mission to the United States. LIVERPOOL, January 30-Noon_Tho Cotton mar? ket is quiet and unchanged; Middling Uplands steady, the opening price 1>eing 145&. Sales to-day will probably reach 8000 halos. Tho Breadstiiffa market is generally dall. Corn flat. LONDON, January 30-Noon_Five-twenties, 73$. Consols quiet and unchanged. Washington News. "WASHINGTON, January 30_A special dispatch says that it is noticeable that the dominant party is breaking into cliques; a portion of it is da...

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. — 31 January 1867

VllillililIiOlUIl VillUl L11?W?, G: B. CATHCART. BDITO? CATHCART. MCMILLAN * MORTON, PROPRIETOl S. N<. 18 HAYNTE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMTCASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- tWLo/E MONTHS.?10.00 DAILY-i TTC MONTHS. 5-?? DAILY-1 HR?iE MONTHS. a,5? BINGLE O M**"**.**.5 CCnt" TO NEWS j>EA"" .3 ccni" NEWS SUMMARY. Gold dosed in New York it last Board at 134J. Cotton closed in Now York at 34 cents for Mid? dling Uplands. Latos t quotations from Livotpool, January 30, noon, ?how Middling Uplands at 145 J Hr. BALDWIN, of Massachusetts, is the largest man in Congress. Crime is increasing fa?t in Illinois. The peni? tentiary has 1100 convicts, or 80 per cent, more than two years ago. The roceipts from Internal Revenue on Saturday were 9565,930.18, malting the total amount received during the week $3,400,776.35. JOHN MORRISSEY has bought tm interest in a Troy newspaper. JOHN will speedily "como down to white chip j," as Beau HICKMAN would say, if no {roes very deeply into the newspaper busine...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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