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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 21 February 1867

THE ?HMESTOtS DAILY NEWS, G. B. CATHCART, Esrroa CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON, PBOPETETOIS. N< 18 HAYNE STREET. . CITY PRINTERS. TERMS GASH. SOBSCBVXION SADLY- TWELVEMONTHS. DATLY-nrX MONTHS. DAXLY-1 BREE MONTHS.. SINGEE &JPIES.:. TO NETTS DEALERS_. NEWS SUMMARY. Gold closed in Now York at last Board at 137 j. Cotton quoted dull at 32JaSSc. for Middling Up? lands. At ? Radical meeting at Memphis Saturday night, a negro attempted to speak, but was forced down. A correspondent criticising aprima donna rather deficient in physique, says, "a chest is as essential to a singer as a bureau to a freedman." Contracts have been let for eight miles moro of heavy work on the Knoxville and Kentucky Bail road. The much coveted coal fields will be reached by next Joly: Colonel PATBXCK, Indian Agent, has established a reservation four miles from Fort Laramie, and bas BOW eighty lodges of Indians on it, and moro are coming. - A Bown East paper bas the following local notice : "A child was ...

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. — 21 February 1867

THURSDAY MORNING, FEBBUABY 21,1867. LOCAL MATTERS. ATTENTION is called to a lot of well broke moles, offered for aale at the Mills Hour o Stable. TEX: FAILURE of tho Northern mails last night ?will account for the absence of our usual variety of nows from tho North. WE CALL attention to the card of Dr. J. H. SmoNe, who has resumed his former occupation, discontinued at the beginning of the war. DISPATCH.-Tho steamship Cariotta, Captain COLLOS, consigned to Messrs. STREET BBOTHXBS & Oe., arrived from New York last night. 8he reached that place on Saturday, and was dis? charged and loaded in twenty-four hours, taking in a full cargo, and leaving for this port early on Sunday. FRUIT JUST RECEIVED.-Messrs. BAST & WISTE, of No. 57 Market street, have just received and unnounc? for sale a choice lot of Havana fruit, consisting of oranges, pineapples, plantains, ba? nanas, otc. They have also for sale other articles in their line, as per advertisement in this day's issue. SOUTHERN ...

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. — 21 February 1867

THUBSDAY MOBNTNG, FEBBTJABY 21,1807. A REFOTYTION OF BASS SLANDERS. Wo publish tho subjoined articlo from tho Now York News, in vindication of tho Hon. BENJAMIN WOOD, against the base calumnies which have lately appeared in tho New York World and Tri? bune against that gentleman, and also as it moro clearly explains tho position of one of tho South's staunchest and most conragOKUs friends in tho North. Many of our readers will doubtless have heard tho story that, during the war, Mr. W. re? ceived for his/ services to the Confederacy a check from Canada for $25,000. This article will explain the whole matter : Tho annexed articlo, which we publish entire, is from the Tribuno ot Wednesday lost. It contains an extract from a letter in tho World of February 2, fi"Tiished under the date of Wasliington, Janu? ary 31. As the Libellous matter in this letter has been sanctioned by tho World's publication of it, and without any rebuke to tho correspondent on the part of the editor, it is very...

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. — 22 February 1867

VOLUME IY....NO. 472. CHARLESTON, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 22, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC.! ' .J Our Cable Dlaitcbea. LIVERPOOL, February 20-.?enmo-Cotton quiet and unchanged; sales 8000 bes. FEBRUARY 21-Noon_Cohn very dull and de? clined id.; sales 7000 bales; Mdling Uplands 13|; Middling Orleans 14J. FEBRUARY 21-Evening.-orton has a declining tendency; the market dosi dull; Middling Up? lands 13j; Middling 0rleana4?d.; sales 10,000. LONDON, February 20,-Jonsols declined id. since noon. FEBBUABY 21-Noon.-Cosols 91; Bonds 74. FEBBUABX 21-i&jeninc-Consols closed at 91 ?or Money; 5-20's 74. European \ews-By Steamer. NEW YOEE, February 21-The AUemaine arriv? ed, and reports ?bat therthad been an encounter between the miners and the troops in Belgium. Three miners were killed. The rioters were mov? ing on to Rom and Jumtz, where troops were massing. The Prussian loan of 2,000,000 thalers waB au? thorised for the oonstruoion of railroads. Congresional. WASHINGTON, Fe...

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. — 22 February 1867

ag i ???II r ___ ? g THE (HESTON DM NEWS, G. R. CATHCART, EDITOR CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETOR, Ki 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS GASH. . . S?BSGB9PTTOK. DAILY- TWELVE MONTHS.$10.00 DAILY-! vd MONTHS.'.. 5.00 DAILY-THREEJ?ONTHS.>. ^.50 SINOH? G ;PIES..."..-..?.....................5 cents IO NEWS DEALERS... 7. _..........'.. .3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. Gold closed "in New York at an advance-1384. . ' Cotton was quoted, 'it 32 cents for Middling Up ? lau da. ?? : ? ? liverpool quotations were 13jd for Middling Uplands, 'th Tho 3TEVEOT-BI?TNE-SHBBMAN-WII^N-SOIJUL . jSEBOBR Military Reconstruction Bill has atlast passed both Houses, and now awaits the Presi? dent's action. ' t The number, of city letters delivered by the car? riers of the p?stoffiee in Chicago on Valentine's day was about 15,000. . -, - It coats 45,000,000 more to govern Kew York than .. . 5t does Philadelphia, whose population ia nearly as large as that of the former city. THAD. STEVENS has been elec...

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. — 22 February 1867

FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22, 1867. LOCAL MATTEKS. DICKENS' CHBIBTMAB STOBT-"Mugby Junotion." Vvo axe indebted to Mr. "JOHN RUSSELL for a copy cf this already famous a erics of stories. Price is only fifteen cents a copy. FURMAN UNIVERSITY.-We have received a cata-" logue of the officers and students of Forman Uni? versity, for 1867. A handsome picture of the In? stitution is prefixed to the catalogue. TEE AUCTION SALE of anchors, chains, &c, by MILLIGAN, MELCHERS & Co., previously adver? tised to take place to-day, has been postponed un? til further notice. THE CONCERT.-In our notice yesterday morning of Mr. ROBINSON'S Sacred Concert we unintention* ally omitted mentioning the beautiful Trio, from "The freation," admirably rendered by Mrs. CHASE (Soprano), Mr. WOODBERRY (Bass), and Mr. LrrscHGi (Tenor). The late hour at which our ac? count of the Concert was written must be our ex? cuse fos the omission. SOUTH CAROLINA BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. We call attention to the advertis...

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. — 22 February 1867

[Iii iii A ? FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22, 18C7. I WOULD NOT DIB AT All.. VES-"I would not die in Spring Time." I would not dio in Spring time, When worms begin to crawl, When cabbago plants are shooting np, And frogs begin to squall; ?. Tis them the girls are full of charms, And smile upon the men When lambs and peas are in their prime I would not perish then. I would not die hi Summer. When trees aro flllod with fruit And every sportsman has a gun, The little hird? to shoot The girls then wear the bloomer dress. And half distract the men; lt is the time to sweat it out I . vould not perish thea. I would not die in Autumn, ? When new mown hay amens sweet, And little pigs are rooting round For something nice to eat 'Tis then the huntsman's wild halloo Is heard along the gie?. And oysters 'gin to fatten up I would not perish then. . I would not die in Winter, For one might freeze to death, When blustering Boreas sweeps around And takes away ono's breath. When ale-gh-belia jingle-horse...

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. — 23 February 1867

VOLUME rv. HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT* VOLUME rV..,..J5TO. 47E TELEGRAPHIC. Oar Cable Dispatches. LIVERPOOL, February 22-Noon.-The steamship Southampton, bound to Belfast, put back with four feet of water in tho hold. Cotton declined id. por 16, Middling Uplands be? ing quoted at 13|d. Sales of tho day 7000 boles; Tor week 57,000 bales. LONDON, February 22-Noon_Consuls 905; Five Twenties 73$. Caso of the Anderson Prisoners. WASHINGTON, Fobruary 22_The South Carolina Murder Committee havo reported, strongly ques? tioning the action of Judge HALL, who released thc alleged murderers. Tho report asserts that O. H. BROWNING, for a thousand dollar fee, mode un argument before tho Proaident, urging that the prisoners be brought within the reach of the fctt beas corpus in the Northern Courts. The Commit too makes the following deductions from the evi? dence of Generals SCHOFIELD, THOMAS, WOOD and BEABD: That punishment for crime upon sold...

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. — 23 February 1867

THE MARLESTON DAILY NEWS, G. B. CATHCART, EDITOR CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETOl S. Nc 18 HAYNE STREET. OlTY PRINTERS. TERMS CASH. SUBSCBWTiON. DAILY- TWELVEMONTHS.81?*^ DAILY-:?X MONTHS.. 5,00 DAILY_1 HESE MONTHS.. HING9E C )PIES.5 ?.***. TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cent. .'NE^S SUMMARY. The 4000 citizens from Charleston, who sent s petition to Congress for the establishment-of s Territorial government, are composed almost ex? clusively of the newly cneated colored citizens. A report from the South Carolina Murder Inves? tigating Committee, in Congress, will be found ir our telegraphic column. . All tho labore of the Thirty-Ninth Congress, oi the subject of Reconstruction, have resultad in thi bill just passed, reducing the Southern States t< Military Districts fallowing them to retain, for thi present, the existing State governments, subject however, to the military commanders ; providini for a convention that is to amend the Constitutioi of the State in harmony with the rece...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 23 February 1867

SATUBJJAX MORNING, FEBRUARY 33,18C7. LOCAL MATTERS. i_Oar friend, J. A. SELBY, of the Columbii'V'Aonfx, dropped in upon us lust evon iag and told us Boshy funny and serious things. He will bo in towcT for a day or two, and will be lound at the Charleston Hotel. PEBIODICALS_We are indebted to Mr. TOOLEE for the March numbers of Harper's Magazine, the Old Guard, and the Belletristische JournaU Tho latter is an interesting German family paper, always giving stories from the best current au? thors. THE CINCINNATI.-Thia oli and time-honored association held their anniversary mooting yester? day evening. The usual preliminary business was transacted, and the Society proceeded to discuss an elegant supper furnished by that admirable cater? er, Tully. On account of the lateness of -tho hour wo were unable to note further particulars. WHOLESALE CLOTHING MANUFACTORY. -We would desire to bring to the notice of our readers the ad? vertisement of Mr. JAKES MCCOIUUCK, of No 35 Broad street, whoso...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 23 February 1867

FOB XHg^S^? ^ ^ - . HEALTH DEP^li^^i^f? INEAOTHEALI'HDLKTBICT, HOSPITAL, AND THE HEALTH TiEPABTMENT, DUBING THE YE AB, gre., KIO._ -.. ' ' ' TABLE I-Sho-vrlngthe Number ot Cm??ir?Hed ?mt if catan, Daring coc?* Mooth, and 'tiki Tot?! Nnmher during; thu Y?r. CASES TREATED.-WHITES. . ? _' ?! _; , ; ? . - ',? . ?_ -'.;-:-\-Ippia ma8 AP?LT ramug. ' S~|[ ma camaui: - | _"MAU: CHUJJBJIC:_ ^ o\3|JJj i PS S li li WM ? lt ii |r i ii If t Iii I t? 2-1 ? 111 !i 1 I li SI ll ill il mp -. ' ii s a a pa1 ?1 SffibffiSsfti S ! il la ii fa a a S tub wm il1 %; J_. . . ' _-7-r-5-=|-r-=t-- -57 -r?l -T? -7 -?-?-B ~~?i 9 64 1 ' 9 ' <| 3 4 1 16 I 1 1 a 0 Ol 41 1 9 146 January.~T^7T~ * * | ? fr 10 3 20 60 12 5 6 B ? ? 2 otl 3 4 0 0 6 2 1 15 8 3 1 1 1 2 1 17 166 JebrSy..:.......-,.- I ll ? 3 20 10 ,L6 2? ?0 ??3 S ? ? g Jg ' f I 3 1? ? 1 S S 9 I S ll ? M 284 ?&a?l?.ll ,8 10 6 15 12 6 23 91 20 7 18 9 33 22 * 6 JW 12 2 6 3 17 7 46 0 2 8 0 ll 7 ? g? Apm. ls i2 M e 22 IC 6 27 115 21 ll 24 9 37 24 1 7 134 0...

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. — 23 February 1867

VOLUME IY....NO. 472. CHARLESTON, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 22, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. Our Cable Dispatches. LIVERPOOL, February 22-Noon.-The steamship Southampton, bound to Belfast, put back with four feet of water in the hold. Cotton declined ?d. per lb, Middling Uplands be? ing quoted at 13jd. Sales of the day 7000 bales; for week 57,000 bales. LONDON, Febniary 22-Noon.-Consols 90|; Five Twenties 78|. Case of the Anderson Priso ners. WASHINGTON, February 22.-The South Carolina Murder Committee have reported, strongly ques? tioning the action of Judge HALL, who released the alleged murderers. The report asserts that O. H. BROWNING, for a thousand dollar fee, made' an argument before the President, urging that the prisoners be brought within the reach of the ha? beas corpus in the Northern Courts. The Commit? tee makes the following deductions from the evi? dence of Generals SCHOFIELD, THOMAS, WOOD and BEARD: That punishment for crime upon soldiers, Union mon, ...

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. — 23 February 1867

THE IJRLIM DM 1WS, G. R. CATHCART, EDITOR CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON, PR0PRD3T01 S. Ni 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS CASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- TWELVEMONTHS.$10.00 DAILY-;UX MONTHS. 5.00 DAILY-1HBEE MONTHS. ?.50 BINOME GIMES.5 cents TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. The 4000 citizens from Charleston, who sent s petition to Congress for the establishment of a Territorial government, are composed almost ex? clusively of the newly created colored citizens. A report from the South Carolina Murder Inves? tigating Committee, in Congress, will be found in our telegraphic column. All the labors of the Thirty-Ninth Congress, on the subject; of Reconstruction, have resulted in the bill just passed, reducing the Southern States to Military Districts; allowing them to retain, for the present, the existing State governments, subject, however, to the military commanders ; providing for a convention that is to amend the Constitution of the State in harmony with the recent legislat...

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. — 23 February 1867

pf ga% Wm SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 23. 1867. LOCAL MATTERS. PERSONAL.-Our friend, J. A. SELBW of the Columbia Phoenix, dropped in upon us last even? ing* and told us many funny and serious things. Ile will bo in town for a day or two, and will be found at the Charleston Hotel. PERIODICALS.-We are indebted to Mr. TOOLEE for tho March numbers of Harper's Magazine, the Old Guard, and the Belletristische Journal. The latter is au interesting German family paper, always giving stories from the best current au? thors. THE CINCINNATI.-This oil and time-honored association held their anniversary meeting yester? day evening. The usual preliminary business was transacted, and the Society proceeded to discuss an ^ elegant supper furnished by that admirable cater? er, Tully. On account of the lateness of the hour wo were unable tc note further particulars. WHOLESALE CLOTHING MANUFACTOBT.-We would desire to bring to the notice of our readers the ad? vertisement of Mr. JAMES MCCORMICK, of No 35...

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. — 23 February 1867

?rtrNTTTAT. RRP?RT OF THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT, ETC TABLE I.-Snowing the Number of Caseg Treated and Deaths, Daring each" Month, and the Total Number during the Year. CASES TREATED.-WHITES. Table U-Showlmf ?he Total gumhor oTCaaes Treatod and^eath^ In Bach District, Hospital, and the Health Department, puring Each Month and the Year. OLASr^a. o iii . -;. ? * ?'??? ? Febro?y...^?>^' MSrobA?:i.-'..i-.:.; ?tex: June...?v July.. November.,.. December..-.. Totale. Ku >..>, Tote! in the year.. . CASES THEATK??. WHEBBb ' a. n 18 30 38 49 63 69 63 96 268 79 60 60 882 ; 6 19 31 19 27 30 84 43 41 34 2<5 26 337 S .S ? ?s a 312 S I ta 8 26 CO '76 81 67 61 128 135 107 74 67 870 ? L 61 83 50 48 58 30 32 108 96 65 43 30 644 43 33 22 29 28 34 38 60 62 70 84 49 551 564 146 156 258 284 337 277 305 558 791 441 313 275 414J BLACKS AM? COLORED.' 1 SS a fl 15 42 27 31 60 48 42 60 125 62 50 29 G01 348 807 n o a 87? .8 TS. li 86] 51 41 30 SI 60 51 66 32 46 100 54 45 23 ll 6U <8 191 116 116 181 ...

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. — 25 February 1867

VOLUME rv. HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT* VOLUME TV.NO. 474 TELEGRAPHIC. Our Cable Dispatches. OPENING OF THE GERMAN PARLIAMENT. BERLIN, February 24.-The Parliament of tho North German States formally opened yesterday. Tho King of Prussia, the members of the royal family and Count BISMARCK, were present. Tho King Baid that he was encircled as no German Prince had boen for ageg ; all hopes for the future welfare of tho nation now rested on the accom? plished fact of a united Germany. He recommend? ed Parliament to form a new constitutional union which would be defensive in character, and give unity, liberty and power to tho fatherland. FLOBEN?-E, February 24.-A telegram from Naples reports that a magazine of gunpowder exploded at Pomlippo near that city. A number of lives were lost. FEBRUARY 23-The Spanish news is exciting. Notwithstanding the suppression of news, a seri? ous insurrection is undoubted. FEBRUARY 23-Noon.-Cotton is some...

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. — 25 February 1867

-CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, G. R. CATHCART EBITCS CATHCART,~McMILLAN & MORTON, PROPREETOIS. Nt 18 HAYNE STREET. . .. r.^fj?Ty . P-KINTERS. v TERMS GASH. "SDBSCMPTION. PALLY- TWELVEMONTHS....810.00 | DAILY-IIS MONTHS.. B.00 DAILY-1HREE MONTHS.. S.50 BINOME. GOBIES..a cents ffO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. Hom G. WILLIAMSON, of Shreveport, La,, form? erly of the staff of General Bishop POLE, has been elected United States Senator.. Rear Admiral FLETCHES, TJ. S. N., has been dec? orated with a cross .of honor by Queen EMMA, of the Sandwich Islands. Maine is receiving a supply of flour from Califor? nia; and gets it cheaper from there than she can ?from Chicago. The attempt to smuggle by mail $3000 worth of diamonds set in a cork shaving failed in New York, Thursday, and the jewels were confiscated. The Louisianians, says,the' Norfolk Journal, who came hither in search pf laborers for their planta? tions, returned home' a few days since without hav- ' jag-.obtained a single one. :...

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. — 25 February 1867

MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25,18G7. LOCAL MATTERS. WE ARE indebted to Hr. J. M. GBEER, in King : trcet, for a copy of the "Outro-Mor" oditioa of | L'Ind?pendance Beige, of January 24th. It con? tains very full accounts of European news, more particularly of French affairs. THE SCHOONEU Viola haling arrived, Messrs. KINSMAN & HOWELL, at No. 153 East Bay, are pre- | pared to fill orders for Peruvian Guano, roceivad direct from the Peruvian Government Agent. They j warrant it to bo a Ronuine article. See thoir ad. vertiseraont in to-day's paper. ATE ARE under obligations to Mr. DOSTHEB for | latcfiloB of Northern papers, among which are Harper's Weekly, Police Gazette, New York Weekly, Herald and Tribune. Mr. D. has all of these for sale, besides all the latest papers and periodicals. HARDWARE OF DIRECT IMPORTATION.-Attention is called to tho announcement of Mr. S. R. MAR? SHALL, which appears in our paper to-day. He has just roceived, by direct importation, a large lot of J ?roods i...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 February 1867

fl?? pms, MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25,18C7. AJV'XK-MOM'il JKim ASriXAJt-Ko. [From tte iVcto Forfc Sun^a;/ Jfercury.] ON BENJAMIN r. J3UTW--U. ' Here Ilea a great hero -who ehlxkod bloody strife ; He pawed In a bottle some years of his life; But ero hSMras bottled, much plunder be gained, "Which, in spite of remonstrance, he always retained ; Tin it grew to a maxim, beyond all debate. That no Butler e'er took such good caro of the plate ; And When vessels of silver wore missing, "Alack," Sigilad the owner*, "they're hidden in Benjamin's Back." ON FASSON BEOW-SSBjJK. Safe at lost benoath tho sod Lies this bog-us "man of God." In the Stat? of Tennessee None could swear so bard as he; While blaspheming at a mark Fate sniffed out bis vital spark. Probably ho's gone to-weU. Ono would hardly like to tell. ."ON THADDEUS STEVENS. Thia sepulchral stone below Li us the South's malignant foe; His unchristian, fiend-like bate E'en her ruin could not sate. As oho quivered in the dust At her broke...

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. — 25 February 1867

VOLTIME IV.NO. 428. CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 1, 1867. PRICE Tmm rnSfrTS " ' TELEGRAPHIC. Our Cable Dispatches. OPENING OP THE GERMAN PARLIAMENT. BEBLTN, Fe'uiuary 24.-The Parliament of the North German States formally opened yesterday. The King of Prussia, the members of the royal family and Count BISMARCK, vere present. The King said that he was encircled as no German Prince had been for ages' ; all hopes for the future welfare of the nation now rested on the accom? plished fact of a united Germany. He recommend? ed Parliament to form a new constitutional union which would be defensive in oharacter, and give unity, liberty and power to the fatherland. FLORENCE, February 24. -A telegram from Naples reports that a magazine of gunpowder exploded at Ponilippo near that city. A number of lives were lost. FEBRUABY 23.-The Spanish news is exciting. Notwithstanding the suppression of news, a seri? ous insurrection is undoubted. FEBRUARY 23-Noon.-Cotton *3 somewhat firm?...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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