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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 7 February 1867

THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7,18G7. LOCAL- .HATTERS! To PKIMTKBS.-A good compositor-a sobor, re? liable nun-can secure employment by application ai tiiie office. RAILROAD FAYOBS.-Tho Superintendent of tho Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad has our thanks fora complimentary ticket, stat for the use of this omeo. DrarXNauiSHED ARRIVALS.-G o ve .nor JAKES L. OBS and Miss ORR, General JAKES CHESNUT and ?wife, arrived m the city yesterday evening, and are domioiled at the Mills House. NATIONAL BANK OF CHARLESTON.-Notwithstand? ing "tho strmgenoy in the money market" just now, it is a gratifying fact that groat exertions are being made to increase our "banking capital, and thereby afford more accommodation to merchants and others. Both of our National Ban ss have lately opened their hooks for increased subscrip? tion, and we are informed that large amounts have been taken. To-day we aro pleased to publish tho announce? ment that another Bank is organized, and that a greater portion of 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. — 7 February 1867

THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7,1867. "THE DEATH OP THE MAIDEN." Through a forest seer and sober, iu tho golden clad October, Autumn winds were softly sighing, Summer leaflets fall? ing, flying, Dying, dying everywhere I was wandering, slowly walking. I was wooing, lowly talking Ah, it s jems but yot so lately, with a maiden toll and stately, With a maiden fra'l and fair. How she lingered as she listened, and her pyes with tear drop glistened; AU her brow and bosom blushing, came those wc rds so gently gushing, Take me, love me, I am thine. Ah I those words ?ore whispered lowly? ah I and that vow, it Roe a .od so holy, . Falling sweetly, falling faintly, as a vesper psalm so saintly, As a psalmody divine. Came then sickness, anl in anguish day by day I watch? ed her. languish; Watched her waning, ^raiched her wasting; ohl tho agony of tasting Those mod momouts of despair. Yaua wera all tho arts of healing, blight was o'er her beauty stealing, Vain our wailing, vain our weeping, cruel d...

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

i VOLUME III....NO. 405.] CHARLESTON S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. Ti?liH?trKAFHIC. Out Cable Dispatches. BKBT.TK, February 5.-The Duko of Flanders, heir to tho Belgian throno, is about to marry tho Princess HogEKZOIXEBN. LOUDON, February 5.-During tho delivery of the Queen's speoch the people cried "Reform !" . LONDON, February 5-Evening.-Consols 9011-16; EriosSfl*; Illinois Centrals 81; 5-20's 72 7-16; United States Bends at Frankfort 76?. LrvEBPOOL, February ?-Evening-Cotton closed irregular and inactive; Middling Uplands 14?c. Middling Orleans 14jo.; Manchester trade dull and lower. Brea dst nfla loss firm, and prices tend' downward. Congressional. . WASHINGTON, February. C.-Amongst tho con? firmations hythe Senate, are ERNEST M. BOTTLIGNY, Collector of the Second District of Louisiana; JNO. EMEND, Tax Commissioner of Florida. There were thirty-eight rejections by the Senate. Four Executive communications were, received and laid upon the table. .??...

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

TIEUE rakL??ST JMIL? SAWS, O: B. CATHCART, EDITOB OATHCABT, McMILLAN & MORTON, PB0PETET01 3. Nc 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TEBMITCASH. S03SCJHPTIOH DAILY- TWELVE MONTHS. DAILY-;?X MONTHS. DAILY-1 BREE MONTHS. 81NOBE O )PI*j?"";". TO NEWS DEA". NEWS SUMMARY. Gold closed yesterday in Now York at 1S7?, and cotton at 32A, ?33, chiefly at the latter figure. A county in Wisconsin sends a specimen of shingles to the Paris Exposition. The Legislature of Mississippi rejected the Con? stitutional Amendment by a unanimous vote. About two dozen first-class houses on Fifth Ave? nue, New York, aro for sale, at prices ranging from ?60,000 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 sale 2000 arms, principally muskets and Springfield rifles, all ready for instant use. Two bald eagles were killed in the vicinity of Shawneetown, m., on ...

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. — 7 February 1867

t fri; ?a% S?Mu THUBSDAY MOBNING, FEBBTJABY. 7, 186TT~ LOCAL MATTERS. To PRTNTBRS.-A good compositor-a Bobor, re? liable man-can BOC ur o omployinont by application at thia office. KAI LEO AD FAVORS_The - Saperintoudeut of the Charlotte and South Carolina Baiiroad hoe our thanks tor a complimentary ticket, sont for the uso of this office. DISTINGUISHED ABEXVAXS.-Governor JAMES L. ORB and Mise OBS, Genorol JAMES CHESNUT and wife, arrived in tho city yesterday evening, and are domiciled at the Mills House. NATIONAL BANK or CHAB?XSTON.-Notwithstand? ing "the stringoncy in tho money market" just now, it is a gratifying fact that great oxertions aro being made to increase our banking capital, and thoreby afford moro accommodation to merchants and others. Both of our National Banks have lately oponed their booka for increased subscrip? tion, and we aro informed that large amounts have boen token. To-day we are pleased to publish the announce? ment that another Bank is organized, and that ...

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. — 7 February 1867

THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7,1867. ?'TUE DEATH OF THE MAIDEN. Through a forest seer and sober, in tho golden clad October, Antonin winds wore softly sighing. Summer leaflets fall? ing, flying, ' Dying, dying everywhere. I was wa, i luring, slowly walking, I was wooing, lowly talking Ah, it seems but yet so lately, with a maiden tall and stately,? With a maiden fra'l and fair. How she lingered as sho listened, and her ?yes with tear drop glistened; AU her brow and bosom blushing, came those wc rds so gently gushing. Take mo, love me, I am thine. Ali I those words ? ore whispered lowly, ah 1 and that vow, it seemed so holy. Falling sweetly, falling faintly, as a vesper psalm so saintly. As a psalmody divine Came then sickness, and in anguish day by day I watch? ed her languish; Watched ber waning, watched her wasting; obi tho agony of tasting Those mad moments of despair. Vain vf ero all the arts of healing, blight woe o'er her beauty s tooling. Vain our wailing, vain our weeping, cru...

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. — 8 February 1867

?'rr- - - ?;. am - mm -^^HHBW VOLUME IV.ITO. 460. CHARLESTON, S. C., FRIDAY ^MORNING,- FEBRUARY 8, 1867. PRICE FIVE TELEGRAPHIC. Our Cable Dispatches. LXVEBPOOL, February 6-Noon.-Oofctou quiet; Bales 7000 bales; prices unchanged; Middling Up-' landslide. . ^LpirooK, February 6-Noon.-Consols 9011-16; 5-20'8 72jJ; Illinois 81; ErieB 39|. . LIVERPOOL, February 6.-The. Peruvian has ar? rived. .' LONDON, February 6.-Lord STANLEY '.hasasked : SEWARD to state plainly the points of claims on whi eli arbitration is desired. The new Atlantic Telegraph Company is forming via Azores and Halifax. Congressional.' WASHINGTON February 7.-In the House, after some unimportant business, the Reconstruction Committee's Bid was takenup. - STEVENS had not made np his mind beyond de? si {miner to vote as early as possible, and would not agree to postpone tho vote until Monday. LE BLOND said that tho Bill struck down civil govern? ment in the South, ignoring State lines, and broke down theJudiciary. RAYMOND...

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. — 8 February 1867

I THE CHARLESTON DAILY If S, G: B. CATHCART. EDITOB CATHCART, McMIXLAN & MORTON, PBOPRIETOl S. Wt 18 HAYNTE STREET. CITY PRINTERS.. TERMjTcASH. SOBSCWiPTION. DAILY- TWELVE MONI"3S.810.00 DAILY-TES MONTHS. 0.00 DAILY-1 HEBE MONTHS. ?.50 BINOLE 0 spl*"8***"*.?-.-..-5cents IO STEWS i )EA* .3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. Gold closed at New York yesterday at 138|, and Cotton at 33 cents. :. The Tennessee Legislature has passed the Uni . versal Suffrage BUL A spirited debate on Mr. STEVENS' Southern Mili ' tary Reconstruction Bill, will be found in our tele? graphic column this morning. Tee newest skating novelty in Chicago is that of a Russianswho skates.on stilts. 'Ihe programme for private balls and concerts in New Tork high life are now printed on small fans, exquisitely perfumed. ? The first shad of the season were offered for Bale in the First Market, in Richmond, a few days ago, for $4 per parr. ~ Miss GUSTTNA, BABTLETT died at Bartlett's Island, mouth of-Ellsworth River, Maine, on the ...

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. — 8 February 1867

mum . FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1867. LOCAL MATTERS. = To PBXNIXBS,-A good compositor-^, steady, re? liable man-can seonre employment by application at this office. COURT OL- .CHAKCERT.-The Court mot at ll A. M., Chancellor LESESNE presiding. Tho sounding of ?he Petition and Bill Dockets was resumed, and days assigned for tho trial of the different cases. No matters of importance vrero transacted, and the Court adjourned until ll A. M. to-day. COTTON EXPOBTS.-By reference to our tabular statements of the exports of cotton from tho 1st to the 7th February, inclusive, it will be seen that nearly 10,000 bales have been shipped on foreign and domestic account, viz: G99-A bales to England and France, and 2455 bales to coastwise ports. We should bo much gratified to be enabled to record similar weekly exports of this staple during the entire season. THE PROPOSED NATIONAL BANK.-We stated yes? terday that this projected institution was to be called the National Bank of Charleston. In this...

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. — 8 February 1867

FRIDAY MORNING, .FEBRUARY 8, 1867. . [From SI. James' Magazine.] DEPLOUAXDA. " Tl? trno, 't?a pity, and pity 'tia, 'tis trae." [Shakspeare. 'Tis pity forms from beauty's mould Should break like clay; 'Tis pity clustering locks of gol J Shonkttarn to groy. Tis njty that the radiant smiles, The starry oyes, The tinahi. g fancy that beguiles c Our tears and sighs, Sbould.loee their lustre one and all, Fado and depart As years around us darkly fall; Alas 2 my heart 1 'T?B pity that the friends who now Strew for us flowers, ' Should greet us coldly when the brow Of fortuno lowore; * That hearts, in youth sincera and puro, . And fresh as Ma?, " When vanity and gain allure, j ' Should lalla vay. "Xis pity that so brief should be i '" All human bbss; That sweetest joys should ?OOH rt flee; Yet so it isl Tor all bright things are Bwiftly gone, And melt away Like sparkling dew before tho sun; . Ah 1 well-day ! Alasl for earth's illusive joys 1 Alas 1 Alas 1 ' For those who set their hearts on...

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. — 9 February 1867

i VOLUME III....NO. 405.] CHARLESTON S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. Oar Cable Dispatches. LOMBOK, February 7.-Lord STANLEY pro toals against tho illegality of tho delay in the ' Spanish proceedings against the English ship Tornado. Tho Confederate Bondholders havo unitedly pe titiono'i the British GoTernmont to back their claims. ; PARIS, Fobruory 7.-Prince NAPOLEON Will bo a Director at the Paris Exposition. Tho Emperor's speech to the Legislature will announce the close of the Mexican and Eastern questions. IJVERPOOL, February 7-The steamship Queen has arrived. LIVERPOOL,* February 8-^Noon.-The Brokers' Circular reports the total salea of cotton for the week ending last evening at 43,000- bales. The market had .a downward' tendency, aad Middling Uplands have'declined fully |d. during the week. The market to-day ia unchanged, with a prospoc tivo day's sale of about 7000 bales; Middling Up? lands, Mid. Consols advanced jd,, quoted at 90 15-...

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. — 9 February 1867

mxam BAILY NEWS, G: Ii. CATHCART. Ennon CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRTETOl s. Ni 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS GASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- TWELVEMONTHS.$10.0? DAILY-iHX MONTHS. B'?? DAILY-THREE MONTHS.. BINOLE O ?PIES. .s '?.?*? TO NEWSDEALERS.3cont? NEWS SUMMARY. The Liverpool cotton market had a downward toadenoy. Middling Uplands quoted on the 8th at 14jd. Gold closed in Now York at 137}. Cotton was quoted at 3Sc. for Middling Uplands. Fork has boen Belling in upper East Tennessoc for 6ix cents per pound, and corn for fifty cents per huahel. Paris hos no lace curtains large enough for tho windows of the White Home at Washington, and Bomo are being mado to order. CHARLES ANDERSEN, an intemperate woods a. wy er of Fairfield, Iowa, hos fallen heir to a fortune of $100,000 in Sweden. New Haven has an ice boat, the Minnie E. Dodd, which con run with safety on ice four inches thick, and make seventy miles an hour. She ia thirty f,et long. ?Whore a month ago there was no...

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. — 9 February 1867

SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9, 1867. LOCAL INIATTERS. To PB?TTJEBS.-A good compositor-a steady, re i iablo man-can socoro employment by application at this office The steamship Pioneer haa Deon detained, and the mail will, therefore, not close till 12 M. on Monday. COURT OF CHANCEET-Chancellor LESSEME pro siding.-Beyond a fow motionB of reforonco to the Masters, and tho continued calling of the Docket, nothing of interest transpired. AT A regular meeting of the Board of Commis? sioners of Public Buildings for Charleston District, held on the 71 b instant, tho following officers wore elected, viz : CHAS. HI. FtntllAN, Chairman. V. J. TOBIAS, Secretary and Treasurer. The first Tuesday "df each month waa adopted as the day of regular mooting. THE STEAMSHIP CARLOTTA_About midday yes? terday this steamship arrived hore from Now York ofter a somewhat boisterous passage, and attend? ed with some delay in consequence of tho difficult working of the machinery, which. has just been overhauled....

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. — 9 February 1867

f feg f}aili| $mz* SATURDAY MOBNING, FEBBUABY 9, ^867. (From thc National Republican.} FARMER JOHN AT THE CAPITOL. BT QUIBBLE. Tho Hongo waa mot, tho Journal read Th' reporters at thou- station; Naught was to do but go ahead In patching up tho nation. But, ss they spoke,and ss thoy "mored," They stirred tho slumbering uros, , And leading statesmen soon bogan To call each other liars 1 The lie was given and 'twas returned. As to their feet they bounded; Loud voices filled thc troubled air. And loud the hammer pounded. Up til er e aloft ?at FAIUCEB J OI IN, Astonished at thc clamor, And at the invoctivee fiercely hurled, Spite of tho Speaker's hammer! For ho had como from a distant home, To admire thc legislators, "But now," ho said (and hung his head), "I vow they're sm Jl po ta ters I I thought thu mon who moko our laws Wore uU high-toned debaters; . But 'pears fm tholr tulk they've quite a mix Of liars and of trait irs 1 One gin a snort at the Supreme Court And, hard words 1 how 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. — 9 February 1867

VOLTIME IV.NO. 428. CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 1, 1867. PRICE Tmm rnSfrTS " ' TELEGRAPHIC. Our Cable Dispatcher. ' LONDON, February li-Lord STANLEX protests against the illegality of the delay in the Spanish proceedings against tho English ship Tornado, i ; The Confederate Bondholders have unitedly pe? titioned the British Government 'to back their .claims. '- PARIS, February 7.-Prince NAPOLEON will be a Director at the Paris Exposition. . The Emperor's speech to the Legislature will announce the close of the Mexican and Eastern questions. . . LIVERPOOL, February 7.-The steamship Queen has arrived. LIVERPOOL, February 8-Noon.-The Brokers' Circular reports the total sales of cotton for the week ending last evening at 43,000 bales. Tho market had a downward t endo ney, ar. d Middling Uplands have declined fully ?d. during the week. The market to-day is unchanged, with a prospec? tive dey "a sale of about 7000 bales; Middling Up ' lands, 14??. Consols advanced i?, quo...

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. — 9 February 1867

THE WM?M M? NEWS, G: 3L CATHCART, EMTOB .CATHCART, McMILLAN ?St MORTON, PROPRIETOl S, Nt 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY Pit INTERS. TERMS GASH. SUBSCRIPTION. OAH Y- TWELVEMONTHS..,.$10.00 DAILY-^ TX MONTHS. 5.00 DAILY-1 HERE MONTHS.. ?.50 ?INGLE O JPIES.........5 cents TO NEWS DEALERS .3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. The Liverpool cotton market had a downward tendency. Middling Uplands quoted on the 8th at l??d. Gold closed in New York at 1373- Cotton was quoted at c3). for Middling Uplands. . Pork has been selling in upper East Tennessee for six cents per pound, and corn for fifty cents TOT bushel. A Paris has no lace curtains large enough for the windows of the White House at Washington, and some are being made to order. CHAULES ANDERSEN, an intemperate woodsawyer of Fairfield, Iowa, has fallen heir to a fortune of $100,000 in Sweden. ' New Haven has an ice boat, the Minnie E. Dodd, which can ru.- ? ith safety on ioe four inches thick, and make seventy miles an hour. She is thirty f.et long. Where a...

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. — 9 February 1867

SATURDAY -MORNING, FEBRUARY 9,1867. LOCAL MATTERS. T To PanrraBs^A good compositor-a steady, re Uable mari-<an secure employment by application at this office. V i The steamship Pioneer bas been detained, and the mail will, therefore, not close till 12 M. on Monday. COUKT OF CHANCERY-Chancellor LESSENTE pre * aiding.-Beyond a few motions of reference to the Masters, and the continued calling of the Docket, nothing of interest transpired. ATA regular meeting, of .the Board ofCbmmis Bioners of Public Buildings for Charleston District, held on the 7th instant, the following officers were ' elected, viz : CHAS. M. FUBMAN, Chairman. V. J. TOBIAS, Secretary and Treasurer. > The first Tuesday of .each month was adopted as the day of regular meeting. THE STEAMSHIP CAE LOTTA.-About midday yes? terday this steamship arrived here from New York after a somewhat boisterous passage, and attend? ed with some delay in consequence of the difficult working of the machinery, which has just been ...

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. — 9 February 1867

SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9,1867. j [From the National Republican.] FARMER JOHN AT THE CAPITOL. BX QUIBBLE. Tho House iras met, the Journal read Th' reporters at their station : Naught waa to do but go ahead : In patching up tho na tio:i. But, as they spoke and as they "moved, " They stirred tho slumbering fires, And leading statesmen soon began To call each other hors I ? The he was given and 'twas returned, As to their feotthey bounded; ii Loud voices filled the troubled air. And loud thc hammer pounded. Up there aloft satFAsainu J OKS. Astonished at the clamor. And at the invectives fiercely hurled, Spite of the Speer's hammer i For he had come from a distant home, To admire the legislators, "But now," he said (and hung his head), "I vow they 're sundi potato's 1 I thought the men who rorke our laws . Were all high-toned debaters; But 'pears fm their talk they've quito a mix Of liars and of traitors I One gin a snort at the Supremo Court And, hard words I how they sling 'em ! 1 ...

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. — 11 February 1867

_ "r m t?9 "~- CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAT MORNING-^ FEBRUARY ll 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ^OLUJVEE IV.INV-J. *?\j&._ .- 1 - . . . .. , -, ?.. c > TELEGRAPHIC. Our Cabio Diapatches. LONDON, February 9.-A letter from GARABALDI, published to-day in Venice, expresses sympathy for the struggling Cretans. PARIS, February 9.-An understanding has been arrived at by which tho Turkish forces are to erac , nate Servia. It is stated that the Pope will soon make an ap? peal to the Catholic powers to sustain him. FLORENCE, February 9.-GENEBAL HTJMBEB, thc Crown Prince of Italy and commander-in-chief of the Italian army, will Boon marry an Arch-DuchesB of Austria. . . LiVEEPooL, February 8-Evening.-Cotton more ! active; sales, 12,000 bales; middling uplands, 144@14i. LONDON, February 9-rNoon.-Consols 91 3-16. 5-20 bonds, 7215-16; Erie, 40; Illinois Central, 81. LIVERPOOL, February 9-Noon.-Cotton market opens strong, with probable day's sales of 10,000 bales; prices unchanged, middling uplands ...

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. — 11 February 1867

mmm DAILY NEWS, G: B. CATHCART, EDITOR ?HTHrART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, FROPREETOl S, . in MAYNE STREET. QTY PRINTERS. . TERMS GASH. SOBSCBtPTIOM. ,A1LY- ?WELVE MONTHS.sio;oo . -UILY- ax MONTHS. s-oo DAILY-1 SREE oIONTHS. 2.50 Si JIGLE C ?PIES. ..5 cent? TO SEWS DEALERS ...3 cent? NEWS SUMMARY. Gold closed in New York, on Saturday, at 1373 Cotion closed at Liverpool, on Saturday, at lJ_?a IVA The new plan of adjustment lately proposed by prominent Southern politicians and others, has been presented to the Sonate by Mr. DIXON. HO was congratulated by Senators upon the advances he had nude toward returning to the Republican fold, but was informad that his proposals mus. ad? vance further, very ninon farther, before they contd be entorta ned. We publish to-day the decree of the French Em? peror, introducing import, nt roforms; also the speech of her Jiajosty. on the opening of the Brit? ish Pjxliament; also the Bili providing for Mil tary GN3vernmeLts for the South, reported u;-ou favo...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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