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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 4 February 1867

MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY-4,1307. LOCAL lNIATTERS", ' ODD FELLOWS' THANKSGIVING.-By direct ion of the Most :Worthy ; Grand Lodge of tho United States, the 26th jof- April, proximo (which is tho rmuiversaryof 'the .establishment of the Oidor of ?>dd Fellows in this country), has been solected by the Most Worthy Grand Sire of tho Order, Hon. J. P. SANDERS, of Now York, as a day of general thanksgiving, by Odd Fellows throughout ibo United States, for tho return of peace, prosperity, and for the preservation of tho Order during the war jusi closed. YOUNO MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.-This flourishing institution had a very interesting moet ing last hight at Central Church, where 'they were addressed by Re 7. Luaus CUTHBERT, of the Citadel Square Baptist Ghurch. His lost was: "Uso this world as not abusing it, for the 'fashion thereof passeth away." The Reverend speaker proceeded first to give the lawful uso of tho world, and next those that were unlawful, illustrating his points from h...

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. — 4 February 1867

MONDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY i, 18G7. HARD TIMBS. "No business stirring, all things at a stand. People complain they have no cash in hand. .?Dull times," re-echoes now from ev'ry quarter, Even lroni fathor to tLc son and daughter. Merchants cry out no money to bo bad, Grocers say thtt times are very bad : Mechanics work, but they eau get no pay. Beaux dress genteel, encl ladies too aro gay. Cash very senrco-ilauciug twice a week Business dull-amusement still wc eetk. Some livo awhile-anti then perhaps they fail, Whilo roany run in ?cbt aid go to JaiL Tho fcm'?es must have ribbone, gauze and lace, And paint i osidos, to smooth a wrinkled face ; The beaux will drcas, go to the ball and play, Sit up all night and lay in bcd all day, Brush up au oinpty pate, look smart and prim, Follow each trilling fashion or odd whim. Aro those bad times when persons will profess To follow fhjhious and d slight in dress? No I times aro good, but pcoplo ore to blame, Who spend too much, and justly merit sh...

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. — 5 February 1867

i VOLUME III....NO. 405.] CHARLESTON S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. Special to thc Dully Ncwi. WASHINGTON, Fobruary 4.-A eonferouco of Gov? ernors OEB, SHABKEY. PARSONS, and MARVIN, and other prominent Southerners, with tho Prosidcnt, has culminated in tho preparation of a serios of resolutions, providing for suCfrago without distinc? tion of color, witn a qualification of reading, writ? ing, and property amounting to $250. Tho resolu? tions wcro transmitted to the Governors of South Carolina and Georgia last ovening, with an advisa tory letter. Telograms have also hoon sent to the legislatures of Louisiana, Mississippi, and other Southern States, inviting immediate action upon thc proposition. Upon this line, it is understood, tho new policy of the Administration is basod, coupled with'amnesty,' but piohibiting the loadeis in tho rebellion from holding Federal office. Tho Hon. .HOWELL COBB, of Goorgia, has been telegraphed to, requesting him to como to...

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. — 5 February 1867

THE aaxuii ii?iuji ni).w o. O: Ti. CATIICART, EDITOB CATHCART. MCMILLAN & MORTON, PT l'RIXTOl S, Nt 18 KAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERSSSTGASH, HUBSC1HPT105. DAILY- TWELVB aIONu?H?.910.00 DAILY-.TX MONTHS. <**?T DAILY-1 dRKE MONTHS. 8,j0 BVGTT.': .F?.IP*,**V*.5 cent? TO SEWS i'flLV ".3 cent? ! NEWS SUMMARY. Gold closod yesterday -in Now York at 137? and Cotton was quoted at from 82 to S3 cents. The first ehad sold iu New York for six dollars. It took five hundred laborers to cloar tho track of tho Westoiu Railroad from Albany, Now York, of 6UOW drifts after the lal" atorra. A fine baby waa disposed of by rafflo in Mobile last week at tho low prico of $23, and was won by a typo in tho Register oflico. North Carolina'? witch tax was sixtoon dollars last year. Georgia paid ono dollar o-j. a singlo gold watch. Happily, tho tax is now abolished. Tho trial of tho thirty ladies of Groonfiold, Ohio, for mobbing tho liquor dealers, woe concluded last week. Thc jury returnod tho verdi...

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. — 5 February 1867

JTUESDAY MOKOTN?T?iiBl?UAB? S, 13?7. LOCAL M?TTK??ST ACKNOWLEDGMENT.- Wo toildor thanks to ES? TELL & BBOTHEB, newsdealers and booksellers of Savannah, fura package of Georgia papers. SACKED CONCERT.-Wo loam that iv sacred con? cert will shortly be given in the Citadul Squaro Church, and that it is tho intention of those who are undertaking the matter to give music from tho most celebrated masters. BISHOP L?NCH_Wo learn from our Augusta exchanges of Sunday that tho Right Rov. Bishop LYNCH will deliver a lecturo in that city on Wed? nesday or Thursday of this weok. Subject :-"The Early History of America." PnoFESson J. J. CHISOLM.-In publishing tho. proceedings of tho Board of Trustees of the Uni? versity of South Carolina, rocontly held at Colum? bia, wc stated that Dr. J. J. CHISOLM had boon elected to tho Professorship in the Medical De? partment. Wo ltavo hoard from good authority that Professor CHISOLM, havinq; idontiflod himself with tho Medical Coilogo in Charleston, will ...

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. — 5 February 1867

tm imm wwi. TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY. 5, 1SG7. [Fort Tins rj.uz.r r:rws.j THE YACHT GIFT-AN KPIGUAM. Princo Alfred and Kennett aro men of renown; As sailors and yachters they've s '.lied up and down. Ono sou ot a Queen-au.". die other 1B what 1 Tho son of a fatiict whoso uara -. ls a Wot ! Distinctions are levelled by crossing the sea. And royalty welcomes adventurous B. .The mau of the Herald"-a ronogade Soot Is in infamy steeped-!-i? son keeps a yacht, Forgetting the timo, when a stench to tho nose. His father mado money by leid? from his iocs, And sold hixosolf over." again and again. At various prices, trom a Y to a T?n. The parvenu son for a Prince is found moto. And dines with Lord Lennox, as great men with great; Unlike his old father, now hoary and gray. Ho huckster!) himself by giving away. With a annie from tho Prince his manhood is bought The smile is held cheap at thc price ol a yacht ! J. U. AL Georgia Items. Mtixicrp?. TEOVBLES IS ATLANTA.-For some tiro or tlu-co week...

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. — 5 February 1867

VOLUME IV.NO. 45 7. CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 5, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. Special to the Haily News. WASHINGTON, February 4.-A conference of Gov? ernors OBS. SHARKEY, PASSONS, and MARVIN, and other prominent Southerners, with tho President, has culminated in the preparation of a aeries of resolutions, providing for suffrage without distinc? tion of color, with a qualification of reading, writ? ing, and property amounting to $250. Tho resolu? tions were transmitted to the Governors of South Carolina and Georgia last evening, with an advisa tory letter. Telegrams have also been sent to tho Legislatures of Louisiana, Mississippi, and other Southern States, inviting immediate action upon the proposition. Upon this lino, it is understood, the new policy of tho Administration is based, coupled with amnesty, but prohibiting the loadeis in the rebellion from holding Federal office. The Hon. HOWELL COBB, of Georgia, has teen telegraphed to, requesting him to c...

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. — 5 February 1867

jsm BM mm, G: R. CATHCART, EDITOR CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETOI S, Nt 18 HAYNE STREET. . ITY PRINTERS. TER^TGASH. S?J3S6?IW:ION. BAILY- TWELVEMONTHS.flO.OO DAILY-.TGC MONTHS. 5.00 DAILY-1 BREE il?NTHS. 3?50 BINOLE Q?)PiE>'.5 cents TO NEWS i>EA*""""""*._.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. Gold closod yesterday in New York at 197?, and Cotton was quoted at from 32 to 33 cents. The first shad sold in Kow York for six dollars. It took five hundred laborera to clear the track of the Western Railroad from Albany, New York, of snow drift* after thc late storm. A flue baby was disposed of by raffle in Mobile last weok at the low price of $25, and was won by a typo in the Register office. North Carolina's watch tax was sixteen dollars last year. Georgia paid ono dollar ou a single geld watch. Happily, the tax is now abolished. The trial of th-j thirty ladies of Greenfield, Ohio, for mobbing tho liquor dealers, was concluded last week. The jury roturned the verdict of $625 for ike plai...

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. — 5 February 1867

TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1887. LOCAL MATTERS. ACKNOWLEDGMENT.-Wo tendor thauks to ES? TELL & BROTHER, newsdealers and booksellers of Savannah, for a package of Georgia papors. SACKED CONCERT.-Wo learn that a sacred con? cert will shortly be given in tho Citadel Squaro Church, and that it is tho intention of those who aro undertaking thc matter to give music from the most celebrated masters. BISHOP LYNCH.-WO learn from our Augusta exchanges of Sunday that tho Right Rev. Bishop LYNCH will deliver a lecture in that city on Wed? nesday or Thursday of this week. Subject :-"The Early History o? America." PROFESSOR J. J. CHISOLM.-In publishing tho proceedings of the Board of Trustees of the Uni? versity of South Carolina, recently hold at Colum? bia, we stated that Dr. J. J. CHISOLM had been elected to the Professorship in tho Medical De? partment. Wo have hoard from good authority that Professor CmsOLii, bavins identified himself with the Medical College in Charleston, will con? t...

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. — 5 February 1867

TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1867. [FOU TH? DAILY XKWS.] THE YACHT GIFT-AX EPIGRAM. Princo Alfred and Bennett are men of renown ; AB sailors and yachters they've s riled up and down. One sou ol a Queen-and thc other is what ? The son of a father whose nani is a blot I Distinctions are levelled by crossing the sea, And royalty welcomes adventurous B. "Thv> msii of the Hcnild"-a renegade Scot Is iu im'umy stccpe-:-his son keeps a yacht. Forgetting tht Mt?c, wheu a stench to tho nose, His father made money by kicks from hi? foes, And Bold himself over, again and nguiu, At various prices, from a V to a Ten. The parvenu sou for a Priuce is fouad mate, And dines with Lord Lonnox, as groat men with great; Uuliko lils old father, now hoary and gray, Ht hucksters himself by giving away. "With a smile from the Prince his manhood is bought The smile is held cheap at thc price of a yacht ! J. U. M. Georgia Items.' MUNICI?AL TROUBLES IX ATLANTA.-For 8?U10 two or three weeks past tho citizens ...

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. — 6 February 1867

CHARLESTON, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 6, 1867. ' _ \ PRIQ^ i/UV^ VOLUME IV.NO. 45 8. TELEGRAPHIC. Oar Cable Dispatches. Lrcr-T?pooL, February 4-Evening.-Cotton de? clined id; Middling Uplands 14A. Sales 5000. FEBRUARY 5-Noon.-Cotton opens dull and irre? gular. Sales 5000. Addling Uplands about 14}. LONDON-, Febrdary 5-Noon.-Consols advanced -J-9011-16. Erie advanced i-39j- Five-twenties unchanged-72 9-16. BERL?N*, Febniary 5.-The Bavarian Prince who, withins ancestors, enjoyed the mouoply of the postal service of Germany for 300 years, sold the right to the Prussian Government for 3,000,000 of thalers. Washington News. WASIONQTON, February 5.-Gen. SHERIDAN: has . arrived. The Richmond Enquirer publishes the new plan of restoration in an authoritative shape. The Constitutional Amendment to be withdrawn from tho laws of the Union ; the United States debt to be forever held sacred, and the insurrec? tionary debt repudiated. Persons " bom in the United States, citizens thereof...

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. — 6 February 1867

m CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, G: B. CATHCART, Burron CATHCART, McMTLLAN & MORTON, PROPBEETOl S. Nc 18 KAYNE STREET. - CXTY PRINTEKS. TERIWTCASH. SOBSORIPTION. DAILY- TWELVEMONTHS.?10.00 DALLY-: TEC MONTHS. 5.00 DAILY-1 HUBE MONTHS. ?.50 HINQUE 0. JPI^'"***.5 cents TO NEWS i)EA* _.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. The gold custom receipts at New Orleans ?or January wore $807,551.520. In England 143,313 widowere yearly marry spins? ters, whereas only 6625 widows marry bachslors. They have "vospor services" with hell, book and caudles in Episcopal churches in Augusta, Haine. The Memphis uAppear newspaper hat been purchased by JOHN HOGAN, of St. Louis, and others. It will be edited by Gen. ALMBT PIKE. . The.cost of cleaning the streets in Boston of snow by the last great storms was $50,000. Over 1000 men were employed. .Y The vicksburg Times says four hundred and fif? teen .paupers have been buried in that city Biuce the surrender. The "Weat Virginia Legislature has very unani - - mously declined to...

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. — 6 February 1867

WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY C, 1367^ ? viLOQAfcr MATTERS! FIBS,-Tho -sumo, of fire sounded last evening ?wai caused by tho burning of a chimney in King Btreet, near Market. Tho air being somowhat foggy? it reflected the flames, and for a short time presented tue appearance of a largo conflagration, but long before tho engines arrived at tho spot all signs of firo had disappeared. Ono advantage of this impromptu fire was to cause an early dosing of the stores in the vicinity, which proceeding was no doubt pleasantly received by the clerks. THE BACKWARD FLIGHT-The darkies that ad T&nced. a o boldly toward tho western frontier, have become disgusted with the appearance of that happy land, and are retracing thoir steps home? wards. The Augusta Constitulionalisl says : We hear that negroes in considerable numbers were coming back on foot from tho Mississippi to their former homes. The Wost did not prove the "Promised Land bf Canaan." VESSEL BUENT AT SEA.-The pilot boat Pride (No. 3.)...

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. — 6 February 1867

WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6,1867; SOMEBODY'S DARLING. The following exquisite little poem was wrif.ir-* by Miss Marie Laco.-.tc, of Savannah, Ga., anc. origi? nally published, wo think, by tho Southern Church? man. It will commend itaolf by its touching pathos to all readers: In to a ward of tho white-washed walls. Where tho dead and tho dying lay Wounded by bayonet.-;, Bhells and balls Somebody's dar lin . was borne one day. Somebody's darling 1 So y onus and so braye. Wearing still on ois pule, sweet face. Soon to be hid by the dust of tho crave, The lingering light of Iiis boyhood's grace. Hatted and damp are tho curls ot gold Kissing tho snow of thc fair young brow, Ptde are the Ups of delicate mould Somebody's darling is dying now. Back from tho beautiful, blue veined face Brush every wandering silken thread, Gross MB honda as a sign of grace Somebody's darling is still and dead. Kiss bim once for somebody's sake, Murmur a prayer soft and low, One bright curl from tho cluster...

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. — 6 February 1867

VOLUME rv. HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT* VOLUME rv. HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT* Our Washington Lotter. [BFEOIAL connzaroNDEKCB CT TUE DAILY HEWS ] TUX AHMT VENTUBIHO TO ESTADLlUFI A OOVEJ1W IlEHTAL ESPIONAOS. WasmitOTON, February 2_Au informal Congress of noted I'cdornl Oouornla seems to bo gathuring :ierc. Half a dozon aro in tho city ; SneniDAN ie oxpectod, and BUSHMAN is telegraphed to arrive about tho middle of tho coining week. Ii is pretty definitely necortainod that this convention of mili tary leaders ls, with secret reference, to waiting upon tho Prosidont with tho delicate proposition that ho toko unto himsolf other advisers than thoso who now surround him, and that tho policy of tho Adminlstrnticn ho promulgated in futuro moro as tho matured conch sions nf thc so mon than aa tho result of tho ono individual judgment of tho Ex ecutive. It ia probable that thia propositio...

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. — 6 February 1867

THE mwm DAILY NEWS, O: R. CATHCART. Kurron OAT il OA HT. MoMlLLAN & MORTON, pnopniEToi 3. N<. 18 H AYN 15 STREET. (J IT Y PRINTERS. TERMjTjBASH. HUBSOMPTlOl-t. DAILY- TWFXVBMOr U8.S O.00 DAILY-,UX MONTilt . &.0O DAILY-1 OnKK MONTU3. .00 ?"I MU IE C ipi 8* ***_. .Scouts TO NEWfl li HA" ".3 cent NE",VS SUMMARY. ' The gol J oustora reeoipts at Now Orleans (or January truro 1007,551.30. In England 143,543 widowers yuariy marry apina tero, wboreae only GG25 widows marry baohelore. They have "vosper serviocB" with bell, book and candios in Episcopal churches in Augusta Maine. The Memphis "AppeaT nowapoper has been purebasod by JOHN HOUAN, of tit. Louis, and others. It will be edited by Oon. Ai.nanT PIKE. The cost of cloaniog tho etroots in BoBton of snow by tho laet great storms was t50,000. Oror | 1000 mon were employed. Tho Vicksburg Times saya four hundred and fif teen paupers havo boen buriod in that oity sinco tho surrendor. Tho Wost Virginia Log'slaturo has Tory uriari* m...

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. — 6 February 1867

VOLUME rv. HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT* ANNIVIJ-I-AUY CixtDiuno2f.-Tho ^'i^Uant Firo Company, ono of tho oldest nd tnost pOpubuf In tho Firo Department, celebrated (hair 48th Anni versary yestorday, In tho aftoraoon tho Compnny paraded through our principal etrcCla. and attract ed cu-ai attention, both by their neat and tasty uniforms and by tho showy appearance of ihoir machino. Thoy numbered soventy men, and tito p rfido WBB followed by a largo crowd of enthusi astic admirers, while tho windows along Ihoroato were filled with tho fairest of tho fair, who had as sembled to do tho firemen honor. After tho parado thoy adjourned to tho South Carolina Hall, and tho usual business of tho even ing was transacted, which resulted in tho choleo of tho following officer*: .B. Y. TUPPKR, r-rwldo.it. L. D. MO HY, Vice Prvnldcni t J. F. TOR11KNT. Flint Duketon j. r. nitowNK, Bocead niroetor. F. I- O'NEIL, Third Director. B. F. Mci ' \ ir. Four...

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. — 7 February 1867

CHARLESTON, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 6, 1867. ' _ \ PRIQ^ i/UV^ VOLUME IV.NO. 45 8. TELEGRAPHIC Our CaU? Dispatches. -: BERLIN, February 5.-The-Duke of FHnders, heir co the Belgian throne, is about to marry tho Princess HOHENZOLLERN. LOUDON, February 5.-During thc delivery of the Queen's speech the people cried "Boform !" .. LONDON, February 5-Evening.-Consols 9011-16; Eries S9J; Illinois Centrals 81; 5-20's 72 7-16; United States Bends at Frankfort 76?. LIVERPOOL, February 5-Evening-Cotton closed irregular and inactive; Middling Uplands 14?c. Middling Oi'leans lije; Manchester trade dull and lower., Breadstufis less firm, and prices? tend downward. Congressional. . "WASHINGTON, February 6.-Amongst tho con? firmations by the Senate, aro EBNEST M. BOUXIGN?, Collector of the Second District of Louisiana; JNO. FRIEND, Tax Commissioner of Florida. There were thirty-eight rejections by the Senate. Four Executive communications were received and laid upon the table. Mr. SUMNER ...

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. — 7 February 1867

THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, G: B. CATHCART, EDITOB CATHCART, McM?LLAN & NORTON, PROPRESTOl S, Nt 18 HAYNB STREET. CITY PIUNTE?S. TERMTCASH. SDBSCJlIPIiOS. PAILT- TWELVEMONTHS:.810.00 DALLY-.?IX MONTHS. 5.00 DAILY-1 HEBE MONTHS. 28.50 BINOLE O jH^fr******.-..-.5 cents IO NEWS DBA' .>.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. Gold close J yesterday in Now York at 1372, aad cotton at 82J@33, chiefly at the latter figure. A county in "VTisconsin sends a specimen of shingles to the Paris Exposition. The Legislature of Mississippi rejected tho Con? stitutional Amendment by a nnanimous vote. About two dozen first-class houses on Fifth Ave? nue, New York, ara for Bale, at prices ranging from $50,000 to $100,000. The internal revenue collections in New York city since 1862 foot np a total of $100,129,643.86. Last year the amount received was $35,000,000. The Fenian leaders in New York advertise for ?ale 2000 arms, principally muskets and Springfield rifles, all raady. f or instant use. Two bald eagles wer...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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