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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 18 February 1867

CHARLESTON DM 1WS, G. R. CATHCART, EDITOB CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETOl 9. Nt 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS* TERMS CASH. SUBSCRIPTION. D JULY- TWELVE MONTHS.810.00 DAlLY-iUX MONTHS. 5.00 DAILY-1HRES MONTHS. 3.50 SINGLE O ) PI ES.5 cents TO NEWS DEALERS .3 cent? NEWS SUMMARY. The present wheat crop of Virginia is the most promising since 1860. The largest comity in Texas-Presidio-is equal in area to four such States as Massachusetts. :.. Over 100.000 sheep perished near San Antonio, Texas, during a snow storm. NAPOLEON is going to repair the British monu? ments in France at his own expense. Forty of the costumes recently provided for a transformation scene in a London pantomime ccst $200 each. LEEMAN, DAER SC Co., of Montgomery, Alabama, have prepared three bales of Alabama cotton for the Paris Exposition. Mr. KENT, of Natchez, was astonished the other day by receiving a bill of lading for ten boxes of Tom-oats. It should have been tomato catsup. It is proposed to exte...

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; FEBRUARY 18,1867. LOCAL MATTERS. PERSONAL.-Mr. C. B. RICHARDSON, the well known publisher of Now York, is in tho city stopping at the Mills House for a few days. REPORTS AND RESOLUTIONS.-We have received from F. G. do FONTAINE, Esq., State Printer, a very handsomely printed copy of the "Reports and Resolutions of tho General Assembly of South Carolina, passed at the Annual Session of I860." 1 COHN, OATS, HAT AND POTATOES.-We would di roct attention to the advertisement of JOHN BINNS, No. 219 East Bay. who has just received a fine lot of these articles by the latest arrivals, and who is disposing of them at the lowest priceB while land? ing. ATTENTION is called to the prospectus of the Monroe (Ga.) Advertiser, which appears in another column. Mr. J. OBBTN LEA is the agent for the Adcerliser in this city. He may ne found at MACKEY & BAKER'S. TEE MERCHANTS OF CHABLESTON should by all means secure the trade of that rich cotton grow? ing section, Southwest Georgia, as...

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. — 18 February 1867

MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 18t>7. GOETHE'S BAL.LAD OP THE MINSTREL. The beautiful ballad of "Tho Minstrel," by GOETHE, has been frequently translated by BUL? WER and others, and ia quite, familiar to literary people. But the following translation by one of otjf own citizens, seems to us the most felicitous of all that we have seen, and we should venture to say, is one of the most true to the beautiful origin? al. The translator, in Ibo present instance, who, as our readers will readily perceive, bas all the dexterity of an expert i:i the 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 COLERIDGE'S fine tribute to the spirit of his own inspiration-"I have found poetry its own exceeding great reward." Doubt? less the first part of this is true. A largo portion of GOETHE'S ballads are allegorical. Ho was not sensuous hie SCHILLER, but was perp...

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. — 19 February 1867

^^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^.^^^^^^^^ ^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ "^^^S VOLUME IV.NO. 469. CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 19, 1867. PRICE FIYE. CEFTS. ? TELEGRAPHIC. Our Cable Dispatches. LIVERPOOL, February 18-Noon.-The Cotton market opens quiet and steady to-day. Sales 7000 bales; Middling Uplands 14d. LONDON, February 18-Noon.-Consols 91; Five twenties 73|. LIVERPOOL, February 18-Noon.-1 he steamship Heckla reports seeing the snip Union, which left Liverpool for New Orleans on the 22d of January, with rudder gone and other damages. Intelligence has been received of the sinking of tho bark Scimetar, but no particulars. LONDON, February 18-Noon.-Ireland ie per? fectly tranquil. X small number of rebels are con? cealed in the woods, and are trying to make then: way to the coast. The national troops have been so disposed as to render escape impossible. Troops have been sent to Makahido, with the hope of overhauling Ste? phens, who is reported to be in that neighborhood. Washington News. WASH...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 February 1867

THE MESTON DAILY 1WS, G. R. CATHCART, EorroB CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, . PROPRJJBTOl S. Nc 18 HAYNE STREET CITY PRINTERS. TERMS GASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- rWELVE MONTHS.910.00 DAILY-;HX MONTHS. 5.00 DAILY-1HREE MONTHS. 2.50 - SINGEOSOVJPTES.Scents TO NEWS DEALERS._.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. Cotton was quoted in Liverpool on the 18th at 14d. for Middling Uplands. The New York Cotton market on yesterday quot? ed Middling Uplands at 83. Gold closed at S6?. Punch says that during the slippery weather a great many bankers lost their balance. An Indian pony in Texas may be bought for a quart of whiskey. It ie stated that the Lochiel Iron Company, of Harrisburg, has contracted to furnish three thou? sand tons railroad iron for a Southern railroad. The deepest gold mine in the Great West is at Gold Hill, Nerada. It is 900 feet deep, and has P. tunnel 100 feet long. The carrier of the mail from Falmouth to Fred ericksbnrg, Ya., travelled between the two points on slates last Saturday. '. ...

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. — 19 February 1867

TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19, 1867. LOCAL MATTERS. WE CALL attention to the advertisement of Messrs. LATHE op, LUDLNGTON & Co., in another column, who are among tho largest of the import? ing and jobbing dry goods houses in New York. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES of very superior quality can be had at the Fruit and Produce Store of A. LANGEB, No. 89 Market street, one door from Meeting, and at prices that will be satisfactory to all. See his advertisement. WE ARE happy to learn, from a private letter re? ceived yesterday, that the Mecklenburg Female College, at Charlotte, N. C., Rev. A. G. STACY, A. M., President, has reopened with encouraging prospects. An RIVALS FROM LIVERPOOL.-Attention is called to the advertisement of Mr. J. BANCROFT, Jr., who is now receiving large invoices bj the harks Gladstone and Tecumseh from Liverpool, of ales and porters. KANAPAUX, LANNEAU & Co.-We publish to-day the card of this house. They have a first-class as? sortment of such provisions and groceri...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 February 1867

TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19, 1807. WHEN I WAS A GIRL. \ When I was a little slip of a girl. Too artless and young for a prude, The men, asl passed, would exclaim "pretty dear I" Which, I must say, I thought rather rude; Bather rude, so I did; Which, I must say, I thought rather rude. However, said I, when I'm once in my teens, They'll surely cease to worry me th- n; But asl grew older, so they grew bolder Such impudent things aro tue men, Are the men, are the men, Such impudent things are the men. But of all the bold thing? I could ever suppose, (Yet how could I take it amiss ?) Was that of my impudent cousin last night, When ho ctually gave me a kiss, Ay, a kiss, so he did; When he actually gave me a kiss. I quickly reproved him, but, as, in such tones, That ere we were half through, tho glen, My anger to smother, he gave me another Such strange, coaxing things are the men, Are toe men, are the men, Such strange, coaxing things are toe men. The Laurens District Bible Society. I?*....

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. — 20 February 1867

VOLTIME IV.NO. 428. CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 1, 1867. PRICE Tmm rnSfrTS " ' TELEGRAPHIC. Oar Cable Dispatches. LONDON, February ia-Noon-None of the arms of the Fenians in Kerry County have been captured, but they have all disappeared. The Irish peasantry are perfectly willing to give in? telligence, but object to assist in the arrest of th?ir countrymen. There are three British ships of-war in Kenmare Bivor prepared for service if needed. Earl Derby, First Lord of the Treasury, says, officially: "The alarm is passed; all the peasants are loyal. The Government will treat prisoners justly. The Irish Secretary, Lori Naas, says : "No new rising of Fenians is apprehended; only 120 were engaged in the revolt. Notwithstanding these denials, the Government is still sending troops to Ireland. The Lancera Guards received orders to depart immediately. LIVERPOOL, February 19-Noon.-The ^Bavaria, from Hamburg for New York, arrived at Fal? mouth, England. She has experienced he...

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. — 20 February 1867

THE IARLES1M DAILY NEWS, G. B. CATHCABT, EDITOR CATHCART. ^MILLAN & MORTON, PROPRTETOl S. Nt 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMSJASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- TWELVE MONCHS.910.00 DAILY-lUX MONTHS. 5.00 DAILY-1 RHEE MONTHS. 3.50 fllNt?BE COPIES.5 cents TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents MEWS SUMMARY. Cotton waa quoted in Liverpool at 14d. for Mid? dling Uplands. The New York Cotton market was quoted at 31ia 32c. Gold closed at S6|. * The papers have recently announced that "J. N." is dead. "J. N." denies the affirmation in a letter to the Stanton, Virginia, papers. There are over twenty thousand barrels of salt accumulated on the Kanawha River, awaiting the opening of navigation. Hon. G. 8. "WILLIAMS, of Shreveport, formerly of FOLK'S staff, has been elected United States. Senator by the Louisiana Legislature. VICTOS COUSIN has left his library, valued at $50,000, to the Sorbonne, in Paris, with a fund for its maintenance. Massachusetts has one convict to every hundred citizens; Alabama has ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 20 February 1867

* WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1367. LOCAL MATTERS. GERMAN LABORERS are wanted for a plantation in a healthy locality. Seo advertisement. A SOLEMN REQUIEM MASS will be said this morn? ing at 9 o'clock, at St. Paul's Church, Society street, for the Rev. Father FIXLION. STEAMER ANDALUSIA.-We are informed that the steamship Andalusia did not leave New York for this port until Sunday at 10 A. M., on account of heavy weather. WE ABE requested to state that the cars on the Rutledge street liue and the King street line will be run for the convenience of persons visiting the Citadel Square Baptist Church this evening, at the conclusion of the oratorio. THE FOLLOWING- are the numbers which drew the- principal prizes in the Havana Plan Kentucky State Lottery, Class C, on Thursday, February 14th, 1867: No. 8671, $50,000; No. 7903, $20,000; No. 18,740, $8000; No, 26,136, $7000; No. 1146, $5000; No. 19,644, $5001'. FIRE.-There was an alarm of fire last evening, which brought ont the engines. ...

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. — 20 February 1867

WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 18G7. State Items. MASONIC EMBLEMS.-Tho handsomo and costly jewels, regalia and Bible, presented to tho Masonic fraternity of this city on Thursday evening last, were a donation from brothers of the craft in Washington City and Philadelphia, Penn., who Were prompted DY the teachings of a generous sympathy in behalf of their unfortunate brethren in Columbia. Tho Bot of jewels and regalia were from the brethren in Washington; the compass and square accompanying them were contributions from the pockets ot' tho individual members. While the brothers wero engaged in this praise? worthy act, the following lottor, witn a Bible, from three members pf tho fraternity in Philadel? phia, was received by them and duly presented through the committee to the craft in this city. The gifts will bo on exhibition at the jewelry es tabhshment of Brother T. W. Radcliffe, < n Main street. PHILADELPHIA, February 5,1SG7. To Vie Masonic Fraternity of Columbia, Sout?i Carol...

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. — 20 February 1867

VOLUME IV.NO. 470. fl ruston wvtl* TON, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 20, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Our Cubic Dispatches. LONDON, February 19-Noon.-None of the arms of the Fenians in Kerry County have boon captured, but they have all disappeared. Tho Irish peasantry are porfoctly willing to give in? telligence, but object to assist in the arrest of their countrymen. There are three Briti'h ships of-war in Kenmare River propared for service if needed. Karl Dorbv, First Lord of tho Treasury, says, officially : "The alarm is passed; all the peasants are loyal. Tho Government will treat prisonors justly." Tho Irish Secretary, Iori Naas, says : "No" new rising of Fenians is apprehended; only 120 were engaged in tho revolt. Notwithstanding these denials, tho Government is still sending troops to Ireland. The Lancers Guards received orders lo depart immediately. LTVEBPOOL, February 19-Noon.-The Bavaria, from Hamburg for New York, arrived at Fal? mouth, England. - She ha3 experienced he...

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. — 20 February 1867

THE I CHARLESTON DAM NEWS, G. R. CATHCART. EDITOR CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPBXETOl s. Nt 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS CASH. SUBSCRIPTION DAILY- rWRXVE MONTHS. ?j AIL Y-.f[X MONTHS. BALLS'-1 BREE MONTHS. BINOME O JPIES. XO NEWS DEALERS. NEWS SUMMARY. Cotton was quoted in liverpool at 14d. for Mid? dling Uplands. The New York Cotton market was quoted at 81Ja 32c. Gold closed at 3Gf. The papers have recently announced that "J. N." is dead. "J. N." denies tho affirmation in a letter to the Stanton, Virginia, papers. There are over twenty thousand barrels of salt accumulated on the Kanawha River, awaiting the opening of navigation. Hon. G. S. WILLIAMS, or Shreveport, formerly of POLK'S staff, has been elected United States Senator by the Louisiana Legislature. VIOTOB COUSIN has left his library, valued at $50,000, to the Sorbonne, in Paris, with a fand for ' its maintenance. Massachusetts has one convict tc every hundred citizens; Alabama has one convict to every five...

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. — 20 February 1867

fiij; pius. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1867. LOCAL MATTERS. GERMAN LABORERS axe -wanted for a plantation in a healthy locality. Soe advertisotnont. A SOLEMN REQUIEM MASS will bo said this morn? ing nt 9 o'clock, at St. Paul's Church, Socioty street, for thc Rev. Father PILLION. STEAMER ANDALUSIA.-We are informed that the steamship Andalusia did not leavo Now York for this port until Sunday at 10 A M., on account of heavy weather. WE ABE requested to state that the cars on thc Rutledge street line and the King; street lino will be rut) for the convenience of persons visiting the Citadel Square Baptist Church this evening, at the conclusion of the oratorio. THE FOLLOWING aro the numbers which drew ' the principal prizes in the Havana Plan Kentucky State Lottery, Class C, on Thursday, February 14th, 1807: No. 8671, $50,000; No. 7903, $20,000; No. 18,710, ?8000; No, 26,136, $7000; No. 1146, $5000; ' No. 19,644, $5001-. FIRE.-There was an alarm of fire last evening, which brought ou...

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. — 20 February 1867

WEDNESDAY MOBNING, FEBRUAR^", TwJ7^ S:-ic Items. MASONIC EMBLEMS_Tho handsome and costly jewels, regalia and Bible, presented to tho Masonic fraternity of this city on Thursday ovening last, were a donation from brothers of tho craft in Washington City and Philadelphia, Penn-, who i j were prompted bv the teachings of a geuorous sympathy m behalf of thoir unfortunate brethren I 1 in Columbia. Tho sot of jewels ap'l regalia woro from the brethren in Washington; the compass and square accompanying tucm woro contribution! . from che pockets of the individual memlors. While tho brothers were engaged in this praise? worthy act, tho following lotter, with a Bible, from three members of tao fraternity in Philadol fihia, was received by them and duly presented brough the committee to thc craft in this city. The gifts will be on exhibition ut tho jowolry es? tablishment of Brother T. W. Radcliffe c n Main street. PHILADELPHIA, February 5, 1807. To Ute Masonic Fraternity of Columbia, Soulli 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. — 21 February 1867

jr* , . ? . ^ * I ^ ^ . j ^ .. . ^ ^ ? - ~ \ .-.' VOLUME IV.NO. 471. ' CHARLESTON, S. C., THURSDAY MORNHSTG-, FEBRUARY 21, 1867: ) PRICflS FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. Our Cable Diapatob.es. LONDON, February 20-Noon.-Dispatches state that the ship Butter, from Calcutta 8th November, for Boston, -was abandoned at sea. Consols 91. 5-29's advancing; opening quota? tions 7??. Eries 874- Illinois 78. LrvEKPOOL, February 20-Noon.-Cotton quiet and steady; estimated sales to-day 8000 bales; Mid? dling Uplands 1 id. Lard 50s. Gd. No late arrests of insurgent Fenians. Nine were convicted at Dublin and heavily sentenced. REBLIN, February 20.-The election returns are nearly all in. The Saxon members are ante-Prus? sian, The Government has contracted for several steamers; the American pateut is to be used when dispatch is required. John H. garratt, WASHINGTON, February 20.-On the landing of SURRATT the U. S. Marshal said : "Is your name JOHN H. SURRATT T He replied, "It is, sir P The Marshal served ...

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. — 21 February 1867

THE MARLESTON DM HRS, G. B. CATHCART, EDITOE CATHCART, MoMILLAN & MORTON,,. ? PROPRTETOl S. Nc 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS CASH. - # SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- TWELYEUONTBSr..910.00 DAILY-i IK MONTHS. 5.00 DALLY-1HREE MONTHS.......... "iii. ?.50 BINGLE GiPrES.,.Scents 'JO NEWS DEALERS .3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. Gold closed in New York at last Board at 137? Cotton quofed doll at 825a38c. for Addling Up 'landa. . S i -.. . ?-.?r}. ? i ' i ? .. < - , At a Radical meeting at Memphis Saturday night, a negro attempted to Bpeak, but was forced down. ? - ? . ' ^ . . '...'..>. 1 1 1 ?' 1 '. 5 A correspondent criticising aprima donna rather deficient in physique, says, "a chest is ss essential to a singer as a bureau to a freedman." Contracts have been let for eight miles more of heavy work on the Knoxville and Kentucky Rail? road. The much coveted coal fields will be reached by next July. Colonel Pi THICK, Indian Agent, hos established a reservation four miles from Fort Laramie, an...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 21 February 1867

THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21,1867. . LOCAL MATTERS. ATTBNTI?N"I8 called to a lot of well broke mules, offered for gile at the Mills House Stable. THE FAILURE of the Northern mails last night will account for the absence of our usual varieiy of news from the North. . \J j; j'. WE CATT, attention to the card of Dr. J. H. SCIONS, who has resumed his former occupation, discontinued at the beginning of the war. DISPATCH.-The steamship Cariotta, -Captain COLLINS, consigned to Messrs. STREET BROTHERS & Co., arrived from New York last night. She reaAed that place on Saturday, and was dis? charged and loaded in twenty-four hours, taking in a full cargo, and leaving for this poi t early on Sunday. FRUIT JUST RECEIVED.-Messrs. BART & WLBTH, . of No. 57 Market street, hav<? just received and announc ? for sale a choice lot of Havana fruit, consisting of oranges, pineapples, plantains, ba? nanas, etc. They have also for sale " ether articles in their line, as per advertisement in thi...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 21 February 1867

ms . ,. THBB8DAY MORStLNG, FEBRUARY 21,1867. A REFUTATIONi OF BASE SLA^DEKS. .." We publish Uie% subjoined ari?cle from the New York JTeiw, in vmdication of tho Hon. BENJAMIN WOOD, against the base calumnies which have lately appeared in the New York IForwZ aud Tri - bune against that gentleman, and also as it moro clearly explains the position of one of the South's staunchest and moat co\~ . "-cons friends in tho North. Many of our readers will doubtless have heard the- story that, during the war, Mr. W. re 'ceived for his services to the Confederacy a (meek from Canada for $25,000. This-article will explain the whole matter The annexed article, which we publish entire, is from the Tribune of Wednesdavlast. It contains -! an extract from a letter in tho World of February 2, furnished under the date of Washington, Janu? ary 31. As the libellous matter in this letter has t rbeensanctiohed^bv.the World's, publication of it, and without any- rebuke to the correspondent on the part of t...

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. — 21 February 1867

VOLUME rv. HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT* v ?~/JUuJXU? IV JNU. 47. TELEGRAPHIC. Oar Cable Dispatches. . LONDON, February 20-Noon.-Dispatches state that the ship Butter, from Calcutta 8th November, for Boston, was abandoned at sea. Consols 91. 5-20's advancing; opening quota? tions 74?. Eries 37j. Illinois 78. lilYxuiFoojb, Febmary 20-Noon.-Cott?? quiet and steady; estimated sales to-day 8000 bales; Mid? dling Uplands 14d. - Lard 50s. 6d. No late arrests of insurgent Fenians. Nine vrere convicted at Dublin and heavily sentenced. BERUH, February 20.-The election returns are nearly all in. The Saxon members are ante-Prus? sian. The Government has contracted for several steamers; the American patent is to be used when dispatch is required. -lot>u H. Sui ralf. WASHINGTON, February 20.-On the landing of SURRAIT the U. S. Marshal said : "Is your name JOHN H. SUTBBATT ?" He replied, "It is, sir 1" The Marshal served his warrant, and took ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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