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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 14 February 1867

THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14,1867. LOCAL MATTERS. No PAPER YESTERDAY.-Owing to [some defect in our steam boiler, whioh wa? not discovered until too late, wo were unable to publish our paper yesterday morning. We regret the accident very much, and trust .that it- will not occur again To PRINTERS.-A good compositor-a Bteady, re 1 iable man-can secure employment by application at this office. STEAMSHIP CABBOLL.-Shippers will notice by the advertisement in our columns this morning that this steamer has change 1 her day of sailing for New York to Friday (to-morrow), and that further engagements can be made. ADDRESS TO THE FREEDMEN.-Governor OBS and Major-General SCOTT will address the colored ci ti zens of Charleston, at half-past seven P. M. to? day, in tho Rev. Mr. Cain's Church, Calhoun street, opposite Zion Church. INFANTICIDE_The inhabitants of State Btreet were somewhat surprised at the announcement that two defunct babies .were found in their locali ty. The infants were discovere...

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. — 14 February 1867

THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY ?, 1867. From Every Saturday. . TOR BURIAL OF THE ROSE. BY J. i. SWINBURNE. Greenland and redland, v More side and headland. Are white as dead land. Are all aa one; Mor honey ri heather Nor balls to gather. Pair with fair weather And faithful sun; Fierce frost bas eaten All flowers that sweeten The fells raiu-beai eu ; And wind? their foes Have made the snow's bed Bown in the rose-bod ; Beep in the snow's bed bury the rose. Bury her deeper Than any sleeper; Sweet dreams will keep her AH day, all night; Though sleep benumb her. The time o'ercome her. She dreams of Bummer, And takes delight; Dr*?T?ng and sleeping In lore's good keeping. While rain is weeping And no leaves chng ; Winds will come bringing her Comfort, and "^^"g her Stories and songs, and good news of the spring. Draw the white curtain Close and be certain She takes no hurt in Her soft low bed; She feels no colder, And grows not older. Though snows enfold her From foot to'head ; She turns sot c...

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. — 15 February 1867

VOLUME rv. HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT* TJbiJ lliljrltAJb'lllU. Our < nil lr Diapatches. LIVERPOOL, February 13.-Cottou tending down. Middling Uplands 141 Bal n 7000 lulos. Congressional. W AMII;, M ros, February 14.-In tho night session tho Kuna!o was engaged on tho District Bill and tho HOUBO Ways and Means Bill regarding tho in . tcrual rovonuo. In tho Kennte a Bill waa introduced authorizing tho Postmaster-General to contract for a monthly mail between Bau Francisco and Honolulu. No bida to bo ontortainod ovor $100,000. Tho League Island question was reaumod, and a motion to tako np tho Louisiana Bill failed by a voto of 17 to 25. Tho Lcaguo leland Bill passed bv a voto of 29 to 17, and goes to tho President for bis cpproval. A Oorumitteo of Conference was appointed on tho Tonuro of Ooloo Bill. Tho Louisiana Bill was read a second time. Tnusi III HJ. spoko of H rn-oral atnondinont*. WoteS said that if amended too favorably t...

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. — 15 February 1867

sssaMQBSMMSaEaslMMMBSsaMMMsaaasssssas^asssMwnwM TUB VIIARLI TON DAILY NEWS, O: rt. OArilCAJlT, EP!TO . CATHCART, MCMILLAN* & MORTON, l'ROPRIETOI S. Nt 18 KAYNE STREET. U TY PRINTERS. TERMS GA8H. RUU CIHPTION. DAILY- TWELVE MONITIS.910.00 11 AIL 7- UX MONTHS. 0-W DAILY-T UREE MONTHS. . .i*0 BINOLE O JPIES.5 cent TO NEWS DEALEUS .3 cent "NEWS SUMMARY. Cotton, in New York, quotod ot 83 for Middling Uplands. Uold closed at 80{. Massachusetts has only 1400 colored voters. A cemetery is advertised in a Pittsburg popcr_ as "a beautiful summer resort.'' A gamo of chess for $1000 is to bo played over tho Atlantic cabio by English and American players. Tho Executive mansion bas boon thoroughly reuovated at a cost of nearly HO,000. Cincinnati is said to bo tho cheapest plnco tn .live in in tho United Btatcs. A hundred dollars' worth of segar slumps aro picked np doily in Paris. OEOBOK BANCBOCT, tho historian, lias boen nominated to tho Senate, for Collector or tho Port . of Boston, The Now...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 15 February 1867

nmmamtmrmurwmmmmjamtmumm^mimmummmmmmmmmm FRIDAY MORNW , 'i^ O V s'riic?. l'UBCUABKRS M inhing tO HOl'UTO puro nilli UU aibiltora'.cd 1'oruviBH guano eau do so tlirougb V, Mer . KnidiiAN & HOWELL, No. 103 Knut Hay, f '.ni aro roclving tho gouuino articlo rotu llio 1' ruvian Uovornmuut Agout. 800 their odvortieo 11. ul in another column. COURT OK CHANCERY-Chaucollor LI-SKBNE pro si bug_No business o public interest wes trans acted yestorday. Tho Court was occupied until 1 1'. M. in hearing motions, whoo tho caso of BARCK IA.T ps. IiAiicKLEr, n question 011 demurrer for a bill, was called, omi the argumont of tho different Counsel consumud tho limo until tho adjournment. 1>EII8ONAL.-Wo had tho plea-juro last evening of B visit froiu J. yt. ANDERSON, Esq., of tho f corgia Enterprise, published ot Covington, QB. Tito En ItrprUe is tho leading papor in ito section, aud af fords, theroforo, a good medium for those of our morchnuta who wiah to advortiso in Middlo Georgia. FIRE.-At ha...

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. — 15 February 1867

flu gailii pros* r' t liAY MORNING , FEBRUAR 1 15, 1S 7. LOCAL" MA'VTI S. PURCHASERS wielling to secure ft puro and nu aih tora'.ed Portman guano eau do MO through Bi .iiara. KINSMAN &? HOWELL,, NO, lfcl Knut Hay, yt'ut aro rocoiving tho gouuino article from tho 1' nivian Uovorumout Agent. Boo thoir advertise ment in another column. COURT OF CHANCERY-Chaucollor LUSEHNE pre st bug_No business of |)iiblic interest waa troits acted yesterday. Tho Court wo occupied until 1 P. M. in hearing mutions, when tho caso of DARCB 1.1 :T PS. UAIICKLET, a question on demurrer for a bill, was called, mid thc argument of tho different Cuuuso! consumed tho timo until tho adjournment. PEIISO.SAL.- WO hud tho plcasuro last ovening of a visit fi i'in J. W. ANDERSON, Esq., of tho Ocorgla >.'iifjiT)r/ e, pubbohed at Covington, Qa. Tho n ttrprUe is tho leading papor in ils section, mid af fords, therefore, a good medium for thoao of our mei chants who wish to adrortiao in Middlo 0 corgi a. FIRE.-At ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 15 February 1867

-g-I - -??-v -? ?- - i - - - - I jgflaiti| giros FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY IO, 1807. tiu COMMERCIAL. Ifixporta for lio Wftli ending Tliursdny, . i . ,.Kel>rt nrjr 14. Vi .!.FOHBI0N. LIVERPOOL-Por Dr steamship rioneor-107 bale H I .Dd 1133 bolos Upland Colton, ll psck&<lcd Mille. KO AT AN, HON-Po.- sohr Kmma Baker- 12,000 fool Lumber, fiOOO Shlnrcloe, nd Sundries. BARACOA AND A MARKET-Per eobr Ursjio Shot-15, 000 feet Lumber. PALMA MAJORCA-Per Span brig Elvfrs-72,000 feet Lumber. noMrjTir. BOSTON-Ter bri Anna I) Torrey-07 tierces Rico, 287 (mles Cotton, 37 bbl* Rosin, 03 bbl Spirits Turpen tine, 10S bhtia Cia)', 60 tous Inn, 4 Packages. NEW YORK- Per stosiiiahip Carlotta-8 bsyR S I und 370 boles Uiilaml Cot(o ,23 tierces Rico, 1 crsto Crockery, 6 Boxes....'. Per steamship 8aragosao-141 bales B 1 and 382 bales Cpland Colton, 17 bales Yarn, 7 bale Loather, 2 bbb,' Metal, 19 punt Lead, 103 packages Sundries... .Perechr Mat lio E Taber-13bags B I anil S17 bales Upland,CotUiu, 12...

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. — 15 February 1867

VOLTIME IV.NO. 428. CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 1, 1867. PRICE Tmm rnSfrTS " ' TELEGRAPHIC. Oar Cable Dispatches. LIVERPOOL, February 13.-Cotton tending down. Middling Uplands 14jd. Sale? 7000 bales. Congressional. WASHINGTON, February 14.-In tho night session tbe Senate was engaged on the District Bill and the House Ways and Means Bill regarding the in? ternal revenue. In the Senate a Bill was introduced authorizing the Postmaster-General to contract ?* ? monthly mail between San Francisco and Honolulu. Ko bids to be entertained over $100,000. The League Island question was resumed, and a motion to take up the Louisiana Bill failed by a vote of 17 to 25. The League island Bill passed bv a vote of 29 to 17, and goes to the President for his approval A Committee of Conference was appointed on the Tenure of Office Bill. The Loniaiana Bill was read a second time. TE UM BULX spoke of several amendments. WADE said that if amended too favorably they would lose it. He gave...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 15 February 1867

THE CHARLESTON DAM NEWS, G: B. CATHCART, EDITOR CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PBOFBIETOl S, Nt 18 HAYNE STREET. OITY PRINTERS. TERMS CASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- TWELVE MONTHS.J10.00 DAILY-I TLX MONTHS. 6.00 DAILY-1HREE MONTHS. 8.50 BISOLE ? .'PIES.Scent? TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cent? NEWS SUMMARY. Cotton, in New York, qaoted at 83 for addling Uplands. Gold closed at 36|. Massachusetts has only 1400 colored voters. A cemetery is advertised in a Pittsburg paper as "a beautiful summer resort." A game of chess for $1000 is to be played over the Atlantic cable by English and American 'players. The Executive Tnana?nn has been thoroughly renovated at a cost of nearly $40,000. Cincinnati is said to be the cheapest place to live in in the United States. * A hundred dollars' worth of segar stumps are picked np dally in Paris. GEORGE BAHCBOFT, the historian, has been nominated to the Senate, for Collector of the Port of Boston. ?The Newborn Oommirciai says there were a few white shad in the Newt e...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 15 February 1867

FRIDAY MORNING, FELBUAR? 15, 1867. LOCAL MATTERS. PURCHASERS wishing to secure a pore and n adulterated Peruvian guano can do BO t-hrouj Mosers. KINSMAN & HOWELL, NO. 153 East Ba Who K9 receiving the genuine article from t] F.;iuvian Government Agent. See their advertio mont in another column. COURT OF CHANCERY-Chancellor LESESNE pr< siding.-No business of public interest was tran acted yesterday. The Court was occupied until P. H. in hearing motions, when the case of BABC. LEY vs. B MICKLE Y, a question on demurrer for bill, was called, and the argument of the diff?re i Counsel consumed Che time until the adjoummec PERSONAL.-Wo had the pleasure last evening a visit from J. W. ANDERSON, Esq., of the Georg Enterprise, published at Covington, Ga. The E lerprise is the leading paper in its section, and a f fords, therefore, a good medium for those of oi merchante who wish to advertise in Midd Gecrgio. FTRE.-At half-post 7 o'clock yesterday evenir the alarm of fire was sounded, a...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 15 February 1867

FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1867. COMMERCIAL. * Exports for the Werie ending Tknrsday, February 14, FOREIGN. LIVERPOOL-Per Br steamship Pioneer-197 balee SI and 1123 bales Upland Cotton, ll packages Uto;. RUAT AN, HON-Per achr Emma Baker-13,000 feet Lumber, 6000 Shingles, and Sundries. BARACOA. AND A MARKET-Per sehr Grape Shot-15, 000 feet Lumber. PALMA MAJORCA-Per Span brig Elvira-72,000 foot Lumber. DOMESTIC. BOSTON-Per brig Anna D Torrey-37 tierces Rice, 287 bales Cotton, 37 bbls Rosin, 53 bbls Spirits Turpen? tine, lOShhda Clay, so tons Iron, 1 Packages. NEW YORK-Per steamship Carlotta-8 bags S I and 37C bales Upland Co ti on, 23 tierces Rice, 1 crate Crockery, 6 Boxes.... .Per steamship Saragossa-181 bales S I and 382 bales Upland Cotton, 17 balai Yarn, 7 bales Leather, 2 bbls Metal, 19 pigs Lead. 155 packages Sundries_Per sehr Mattie E Tabtc-45 >?H:a S I and 317 bales Upland".Cotton, 12 tierets Ri?, 358 bbls Roan, 25 casks Wine, 12 baga Toba-oo. 10 bbls Tar, 643 Beer Barre...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 16 February 1867

VOLTIME IV.NO. 428. CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 1, 1867. PRICE Tmm rnSfrTS " ' TELEGRAPHIC. ?_ Oar Cable Dispatches. LIVERPOOL, Febcuary 14-Evening.-Cotton has improved this afternoon, though the prices are still unchanged ; Middling Uplands Hid. Bread 8tuffs firm. Provisions generally unchanged. LONDON, February 14-Evening-Consols 91. Five-twenties 734. The Government has advices of the landing of two ship loads of Fenians at Valentia. There is a wild rumor that their intention is to cut the cable. Washington News. WASHINGTON, February 15.-The Senate last night passed the Bill authorizing the Submarine Bridge under the Mississippi at St. Lo :.is. Lu the House, the Whiskey License was struck out, leaving the matter as heretofore. Mr. BINGHAM voted for SLEVENS' Bill, notwith? standing his opposition to it. The movement in favor of BLAINE'S Amendment, making the adoption of the Constitutional Amend? ment, with Universal Suffrage appended, a finality, gains ground, The...

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. — 16 February 1867

CHARLESTON DM NEWS, G: B. CATHCART, EDITOR / CATHCART, McMlLLAN & MORTON, PROPRESTOl S, Nt 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS CASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- TWELVEMONTHS.810.00 DAILT-UT MONTHS. 5.?0 DAILY-1HREE MONTHS.. 8.50 SINGLE G ?PD3S.5 cents TO NEWS DEALERS ._.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. . Cotton was quoted in New York yesterday at 33 cents for Middling Uplands. Gold closed at 36*. The war debt of Massachusetts amounts to fifty millions of dollars. Eighty-five students have entered at the Deaf | and Dumb Institute at Raleigh this year. A meeting waa held in Wan en ton, Va., oh Mon? day last, for the purpose of sending corn to the destitute of South Carolina. Gen. SHERIDAN has testified before a committee of the House that military protection for freedmen is stol necessary at the South. A two million dollar hotel is talked of, to be erected on tho highlands of Dorchester, Mass. The site is one of the most beautiful in America. The Russian Government has given an order for one.hund...

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. — 16 February 1867

SATURDAY MORNING?, FEBRUARY 16,1 LOCAL MATTERS. ST. LUXE'S CHUBOH.-There will bo so sorv tais church to-morrow, as the building is r 'paired. LAID OVER.-The steam packet Kate, Caf 7. LOCKWOOD, of tbe Florida route, having l.opt back on this trip by fog and other cs v ill remain over here until Wednesday next, the will leave for Palatka rna Jacksonville, Fe dina, Savannah and other points as usual. COUBT OF CHANCEBY-Chancellor LESE NE siding.-This Co ort met at ll A. M. A vari* motions and general busiuess was heard, an< case of RIGGS CS. BOAKNIGHT, foreclosure mortgage, was resumed and argued until the of adjournment. - LABOE CABGOES.-The steamship Carrol, I HUBGIKS, cleared and sailed for New York ye day with an unusually large cargo, consisting tierces rice, 129 bags Sea Island Cotton, and bales Upland. The steamship Sea GuU, l DUTTON, also sailed for Baltimore, with a cargo. Bo*h ships were dispatched by Me COURTENEY & TRENHOLH. NATIONAL BAKE OF SOUTH CABOLINA.-Th9 scripti...

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

ffti? flails ?iiu& SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16,18C7. PROCEEDINGS OF COI \ CIL. THIRTY-FOURTH REGULAR MEETING. COUNCIL CHAMBER, February 12,1867. Present-The Mayor, and Alderman Ravenel, Wragg, Gerdts, Small, O'Neill. Willis, Steinmevor, Olney, Oakes, Honour. Marshall, Whilden, Cos? grove, Butler, Earle, Com tenay and Pringle-18. The minutes of the last meeting were read, amended and confii med. Applications for licenses from W. H. A. Pierco, Hugh Farrelly, J. Owens. Jwhu Sherry, M. Brani? gan. Referred to Cominittco on Licenses. Petition of W. A. Bradley, praying to be allowed one-half the cost of a brick pavement laid down in front of his house. Laid on the table. Petition of ie si den ts of Atlantic street and Zig? zag alley, praying that a lamp be placed in said alley. Referred to the Committee on Lighting the City. Petition of Mrs. H. W. Jacobi, praying a reduc? tion in the assessment ef certain property; also of M. E. Cohen for thu same. Referred to Commit too ? of Ways a...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 18 February 1867

VOLUME rv. HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT* VOLTJiqg rv*.NO. 46? Oar'Cnblc Dispatches. LONDON, February 15.-Oox news is meagre; it ?B supprcsseNjj&iisho Government. A large party of Fenians iagS^i.\"nndod at Toomiewood: their os cape is dt?A?Eol; eit-ht hundred are still in tho hifis near Killarney.* The uprising thus far is confined to Kerry and Cork Counties; its spread is improbable. PABIS, February 15.-Napoleon's army organiza? tion plan is breading distrust. Affairs at Crete are unchanged. FLORENCE, February 15.-Viscasoli remains Home Minister. LTVEBPOOL, February 15-Noon.-Cotton opens dull and lower; sales of good Middling Upland lid. ; Orleans 14Ad.; Manchester tending devra. Bread stuffs quiet. LONDON, February 15-Noon.-Consols 91; Five twenties 73?. LATEE. LONDON, February 16-The County Kerry is de? clared to be in a state of siege, and Connor and Stevens are said to be identical. Twenty Ameri? cans are acting with the Fen...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 18 February 1867

?MRLBSTON DAM JiEWX. G. B. CATHCABT, EDUOB CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON, ? PROPRIETOl S. Nc 18 KAYNE STREET. CITY. PRINTE.IIS. - ?., TERMS CASH. S?B?cHSPTION. DAILY- TWELVE MONTHS...VA....'. ..S10.?? DAILY-i HX MONTHS. DAILY-1HREE MONTHS. t. ?.5H) BISOLE OIPIES.Sortit? TO NEWS DEALERS.--.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. The present wheat crop of Virginia ia the most promising since 1860. ? .??.>. The largest county in Texas-Presidio-is equal in area to four such States* as Massachusetts. ' Over 100. OOO sheep perished near San Antonio, ? Texas, during a snow storm.. : ^_ , '?. NAPOLEON is goingto repair the British monu? ments in Prance aLfcis own expense. Forty pfftm- -costumes recently provided fora . -toar?ormation scene in a London pantomime cost $200 each. . LEEMAN, DARB & Co., of Montgomery, Alabama, have prepared three'bales of Alabama cotton for tho Paris Exposition. Mr. KENT, of Natchez, was astonished the other day by receiving a bill of lading for ten boxes of Tom-cats. It...

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. — 18 February 1867

MONDAY MORNING, F?BKUARY 18,1867. LOCAL MATTERS. PERSONAL.-Mr. O. B. RICHARDSON, thc well known publisher of Now York, is in tho city ?topping at the Mills .House fur a few days. : < REPORTS AND RESOLUTIONS.-Wo have rocoivod j from F. G. de FONTAINE, Esq., Stato Printer, a very handsomely printed copy of the "Beports and j Resolutions of tho Genera' Assembly of South Carolina, passed at tho Annual Session of 1866." . COEN, OATS, HAT AND POTATOES.-We would di? rect attention to the advertisement of JOHN BINNS, No. 219 East Bay, who has just received a Tine lot of those articles by tho latest arrivals, and who is disposing of thora at tho lowest prices while land? ing. ATTENTION is called to the prospectus of the Monroe (Ga.) Adoerliser, which appears in another column. Mr. J. ORRIN LEA is the agent for the Advertiser in this city. He may be found at MACKEY & BAKER'S. THE MERCHANTS OF CHARLESTON should by all means secure the trade of that rich cotton grow? ing section, Southwe...

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. — 18 February 1867

MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18,1867. ? GOETHE'S BALLAD ?F THE MISSTKKL. The beautiful ballad of "Tho Minstrel," hy GOETHE, has been frequently translated by. BUL? WER and others, and is quito familiar to lilorary people Dut tho following translation by one of | our own citizens, ?oems to us the most felicitous of all that wo have seen, and we should venture to say, is one of the most true to tho beautiful origin? al The translator, in tho present instance, who, aa otu-readers will readily perceive, has all tho derterity of an expert in I he Courts of Apollo, in? troduces his rendering with a brief note. He says : "These lines of GOETHE, seems to me, rather an allegory than a common ballad. The fifth stanzas probably suggested CorjEumoE's fine tribute to tho spirit of his own inspiration-"I have found j poetry its own excooding groat reward." Doubt lees the first part of this is true. A large portion of GOETHE'S ballads are allegorical. He was not sensuous like SCHILLER but was perpetua...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 18 February 1867

. - m s . r H rt VOLUME IV.NO. 468. CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 18, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTO. TELEGRAPHIC. Our Cable Dispatches. LONDON, February lo.-Oar news is meagre; it ie suppressed by tbe Government. A large party of Fenians is surrounded at Toomiewood: their es? cape is doubtful; eight hundred are still in the bills near Killarney. The uprising thus far is confined to Kerry and Cork Counties; its spread is improbable. PARIS, February 15 -Napoleon's army organiza? tion plan is breeding distrust. Affairs at Crete are unchanged. FLORENCE, February 15.-Viscasoli remains Home - Minister. LIVERPOOL, February. 15-NOOD?-Cotton opens dull and lower; sales cf good Middling Upland I4d. ; Orleans 14?d.; Manchester tending down. Bread stuffs ouiet. LONDON, February 15-Noon.-Consols 91; Five twenties 73?. LATER. LONDON, February 16.-The County Kerry is de? clared to be in a state of siege, and Connor and Stevens are said to be identical. Twenty Ameri? cans are acting with th...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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