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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 February 1867

THE fMLMON DAILY NEWS, G. B. CATHCART, EDITOB. CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRTETOl S, Nt 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PAINTERS.. TERMS GASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- TWELVEMONTHS.$10.00 DAILY-i TTS. MONTHS. 5,00 y> 4 TTY-1H HER MONTHS..... ?.50 ?NG?B ? JPD2S.......5 cents TO NEWS DEALERS_.3 cent? NEWS SUMMARY. . Hon. G. WILLIAMBON, of Shreveport, La,, form? erly of the staff of General Bishop POLK, has been elected United States Senator. Bear Admiral FLETCHES, U. S. N., has been dec? orated with a cross of honor by Queen EMMA, of ,tho Sandwich Islands. MM'T"* 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 of laborers for their planta? tions", returned home a few days since without hav? ing obtained a single one. ...

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. — 25 February 1867

MONDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 25,1867. LOCAL MATTJEKS. WE ABE indebted to Mr. J. M. GBEER, in King f treet, for A copy of the "Outre-Mer" edition of 1< Ind?pendance Beige, of January 24th. It con? tains very full accounts of European news, more particularly of Frenoh affairs. THE SCHOONER Viola having arrived, Messrs. IvnnaiAN & HOWELL, at No. 153 East Bay, are pre? pared to fill orders for Peruvian Guano, received direct from the Peruvian Government Agent. They warrant it io be a genuine article. Bee their ad" verti8ement in to-day's paper. WE ABE ander obligations to Mr. DOSCHEB for late files of Northein papers, among which are Jlarper'sWeekly, Police Gazelle,Nexo York Weekly, Herald and Tribune. Mr. D. has all of these for sale, besides all the latest papers and periodicals. HABDWABE OF DIBEOT IMPORTATION.-Attention is called to the announcement of Mr. S. R. MAR? SHALL, which appears in our paper to-day. He has just received, by air ec t importation, a large lot of goods in hi...

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. — 25 February 1867

-MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25,18G7. ANTE-MORTEM EPITAPHS. [From the New York Sunday Mercury.] OK BENJAMIN ,F. BUTLER. Bore lies a great hero who shirked bloody strife; Ha passed in a bottle some yea;*; of his life; But ere he was bottled, much plunder he gained, "Which, in spite of remonstrance, he always retained ; TUT il grew to a maxim, beyond all debate, That no Butler e'er took such good care of the plate; And when v?asela of silver were missing, "Alack," Sighed the owners, "they're hidden in Benjamin's sack. OK FASSON BROWNLOW. Safe at last beneath ike sod Lies thia bogus "man of God." In the State of Tennessee . None could swear so hard as he; While blaspheming at a mark Fate sniffed out his vital spark. Probably he'a gone to-well. One would hardly like to toll. OK THADDEUS STEVENS. This sepulchral stone below Ties the South's malignant foe; His unchristian, fiend-like hate S'en her ruin could not sate. Aa she quivered in the dust At her broken heart he thrust. Gentle reader, ...

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. — 26 February 1867

VOLUME IV.NO. 475. CHARLESTON,, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26. 1867 nr^ T^nj- ^wr* TELEGRAPHIC. Our Cable Dispatches. LIVERPOOL, February 25-Noon.-Cotton opens quiet and steady ; sales 7000 bales-Middling Up? lands 13jd. EVENING.-Cotton dull and declining. Meddling Uplands 133d., being a decline of ?d. since the opening ; sales 8000 bales. LONDON, February 25-Noon.-Consols 91. Bonds 73$. BERLIN, February 25.-The German members of the Austrian Diet have united. MADRID, February 25.-A Board of Public Works for Cuba is forming. LIVERPOOL, February 25.-The Arcadian, from Liverpool fer Savannah, was lost off the coast of Ireland. No particulars. QUEENSTOWN, February 25.-The Africa has ar? rived. Washington Newe. WASHINGTON, February 25.-The President is urged with warnings by the Herald and Post to veto the abominable Tariff Bill; by the Tribune, to veto that wretched measure inflating the currency bj issuing one hundred millions of legal tenders, and to retire the compound interes...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 February 1867

THE . CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, G. B. CATHCART, EDITOB CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETOl S. Nt 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS GASH. , SUBSCRIPTION. PALLY- TWELVEMONTHS..810.00 DALLY-?TTA" MONTHS. 5.00 ?-ATLY-1HREE MONTHS.. 3.50 UNGLE COPIES..5 ?eut* JO NEWS DEALERS_.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. Cotton closed yesterday in Liverpool at 133 d. for griddling Uplands. . . Nen- York Cotton market closed heavy at 31a3U. Void closed at That old cabinet-maker, Mr. BLAIR, is reported to Lave gone to Boston to offer the portfolio of State io Governor ANDREW. So says the New York Meratd. THOMAS A COLT, the Irvington School teacher, convicted in the Essex Court of assault and batte? ry on a childe so that he subsequently died of dis? ease superinduced by the brutal beating, has been fined $250. _ A report^ Manchester, England, Free Libraries states that these institutions now contain 116,170 ?volumes, of wMch.38,426 are books of reference y and that the average number of volumes daily len...

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. — 26 February 1867

TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 1867. LOCAL MATTERS. " OUB THANKS are tendered to Mr. F. 0. YOGLEB, of the Market Street News Depot, for copies of the Hound Table and the Staats Zeitung. COBONOB'S INQUEST.-Coroner WHITING was called upon to hold an inquest on Sunday morning over the body of an unknown freedman found doa ti ug-in Cooper River. A jury was empanneHed, who re? turned a verdict of death from drowning. UNITED STATES COURT-Zn Admiralty-Hon.. GEO. S. BBYAN presiding.-PATBICK MOCAKMEZ. TS. the Schooner William & John. On motion of J. B. COHEN, Esq., proctor for claimant, the vessel was released from arrest, on entering into a stipu? lated bond with the Marshal in double the amount claimed in the libel. LABOE AUCTION SAXE.-One of the largest sales of the season was commenced yesterday, at the Planters' Hotel, by Messrs. R. M. TVTA'WBHAT.T. & BBO. This sale comprised the entire furniture of that hotel, including pianos, wines, segara, and a num? ber of different articles...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 February 1867

flu? J?ilij jjfw&. TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26^ 1867. A NEW POEM B'tf OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. The March number of the Atlantic Monthly has the following poem by OLIVES WENDELL HOLMES. ALL HEBE.-182?MS07 It is not what wo Bay or sing That Beeps our charm so lo-g unbroken, Though every lightest leaf we bring May touch the heart as friendship's token; Not what we sing or what we say Can make us dearer each to other We love the singer and his lay. But love as well the silent brother. Yet bring whate'er your garden grows, Thrice welcome to ouremiles and praises ; Thanks for the myrtle and the rose. Thanes for the marigolds and daisies : One flower ere long we all shall claim, Alas! uhlovf-d of Amaryllis Nature's last blossom-need 1 name The wreath of three-score's silver lilies ! How many, brothers, meet to-night Around our boyhood's covered embers ? Go read the treasured names aright The old triennial list remembers : Though twenty wear the starry sign That tells a Ufe has broke its...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 27 February 1867

O I) arl est o H Qa tl D jp? VOLIJME IV..NO. 476. CHARLESTON, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 27, 1867. PRICE FIVE CTIOTS. TELEGRAPHIC. Oar Cable Dispatches. LONDON, February 26.-There is to be an exten? sion of three months of the suspension of the habeas corpus in Ireland. The leading papers approve DEBBI'S reform measures. , Earl RUSSELL censures the American Govern? ment's pleading for the Fenians. The name of the Confederated British Posses? sions, in North America, is to be the Kingdom of Canada, and the Queen's representative there is to be styled Governor-General ; salary fifty thousand. BERLIN, February 26.-King WILLIAM, of Prus? sia, is to be Emperor of Germany. LIVERPOOL, February 26-Noon.-Cotton very dull and depressed; quotations barely maintained; sales trifling; Middling Uplands, 13J. EVENING. Cotton irregular;, quotations show a decided downward tendency; Middling Uplands declined 4 since morning, closing at 13id.; Middling Orleans closing at 14d., the latieran owi...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 27 February 1867

THE _ CHARLESTON DM NEWS, G. B. CATHCART, EDITOB CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS, Nc 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS CASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- TWELVEMONTHS.$10.00 DADLY-iTTS. MONTHS. 5.00 DAILY-1HREE MONTHS... ?.50 CINGLE OaFIES.'JT.........5 cents TO NEWS DEALERS.-.'.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. Gol J closed in New York yesterday evening at 1394, and cotton at SI cents. . in Liverpool cotton yesterday closed at 13Jd for Middling Uplands, and 14d for Middling Orleans. Bales under 4000 bales. There are 8509 students in the various New Eng? land colleges this year. COLENBO has written a long letter to the London Tones to provo that the primitive Christians offer? ed no prayers to CHRIST. Dr. DUNCAN, of Washington Square, N. T., lately deceased, was before the war the richest planter on the Mississippi.. JUDAH P. BENJAM?N, late Confederate Secretary of State, has just created a great sensation in Lon i don by a brilliant speech in one of the courts. The adopted son of the ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 27 February 1867

Y EDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1867. LOCAL MATTERS. BY BEQUEST, the design of Fireman's Hall, lately < n exhibition at S. G. COURTENAY'S, has boon re? moved to W. G. WHILDEN & Co. s, corner King and i 'caufain streets, where it will remain for a few clays, for examination by the ladies. L THE ATTENTION of persons investing in real estate is called to the auction sal6 of that valuable j ?ieee of property at the corner of Wall and Calhoun btreets, also of the wharf property on Chestnut, near Spring street, by I. S. K. BENNETT, Broker and Auctioneer, to-morrow, 28th instant. The sale will be positive. See advertisement. MAYOB'S COURT, February 26.-An individual was fined $20 for peddling stencil plates about the " city without a license. Another person who had been selling segars by samp'le, without paying the tax, was indict in the cuni of $100. A man found lying down drunk in the street was fined $5 for the first time, as, according to his story, it was the first time he was...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 27 February 1867

WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUABY 27, 1867. [From the New York Sunday Mercury.) IMPEACHMENT A'? A WALL STREET , SPECULATION. DBMCAXKD TO ASHLEY, OF OHIO-BI ABO?S. He went to a broker in Wall street, (Take notice, I do not say who). And said he, "Sir, in let? than a fortnight Look ont for a huUabaloo. Besolntions for Johnson's impeachment Will be introduced in the House, And gold will go up to the forties As easy as cracking a louse." He's a coarse spoken wretch, this same fellow, (It won't do to mention bis name), But I've no right to alter his language, Though here it is given with shame. The broker-who's smart as they make 'em, And famous for grinding an axe Exclaimed, " 'Tis a grand speculation, Put it through, Sir, and let us go snacks." "Just tell me the day for the movement, (But mind though-no humbug, no chaff), And PU purctr.se two millions of specie And give you the profit on half. You needn't invest the first dollar, No 'margin' I ask, Sir, from you, If you go f?r impeachment ri...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 February 1867

VOLUME rv. HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT* V l^-LiUlYLJ? IV JNO. 47 ? TELEGRAPHIC. Our- Cable Dispatches. PARIS, February 27.-Efforts were maae to secure a remission of the search during the Exposition, which failed. LONDON, February 27-Noon.-Consols 91. TJ. S. Bonds 73J. EVENING.-Consols 91. U. S. Bonds 734. EIVEDUPOOL. February 27-Noon_Cotton dull, sales will not exceed 4000 bales; Middling Uplands lSJd. The bark Iowa, from Galveston, reached Fyal leaking and otherwise damaged. EVENING-Cotton a little more active. Sales 8000 bales. Middling Orleans 133d ; Middling Up? lands lSJd. Breads tuna duh. Provisions un? changed. Congressional. WASHINGTON, Fobruary 27.-HOUSE_In tho House, tho Committee of the Whole on Naval Ap? propriations, gives $80,000 to the Pensacola Navy Yard. The Committee roso, and the Bill was passed. It appropriates sixteen-and-a-quarter million dollars. The Committee on the Tariff elicited a debate, in which the "W...

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. — 28 February 1867

THE CHARLESTON DAM NEWS, G. B. CATHCART, EMTOB CATHCART, MoMILLAN & MORTON, PF.OPRD3T01 S. Ni 18 MAYNE STREJElT CITY PRINTERS. TERMS CASH. , . ;r. -j : ST^CTKIPTtON. , -J . . DAILY- TWELVEMONTHS.$10.00 DAILY-lUX MONTHS.j DAILY-1 ??IEE MONTHS... :. a>5? fcINGLE GOTTES'...". ...1.'..S-conto TO NEWSDEALERS J..3 cent? .:'NEWS SUMMARY.! .... Cottonclosed-, in New York buoyant, nuder the ?avance in gold.. Salesj7500 Ibales at SlaSlJc. for ! Middling Uplands. Ooid closed at 139}. ".' . Cotton closed in Liverpool at lSJd. for Middling ., Uplands, and 18jd. for Middling Orleans. Bey.Mr.BracHKB'8novoliscaJledthe"Calloftlie j Clergyman.''- -It is-'a tond -call-" as it nets him. ?25,000. - CABIATXA is reported perfectly sane, and ex-. . pressing satisfaction at Uer husband's intention to stick to his throne.. ... 1 GxpBOE.W. Emaur, the last man living whose ; lather '.signed the- Declaration of Independence,, died at Newport last week. Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, is to be enlarged, ty ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 February 1867

ffcjj? gail? pms, THURSDAY MOBNING, FEBRUARY 23, 1807. LOCAL MATTERS. To Correspondents. Wo aro continually recoivinp communications on ; ilitical and other matters from persons who do r.ot attach their proper names to tho articles sont; i id we tako this occasion of repeating th?t nothing un bo published in THE DAILY NEWS without L.-ing indorsed by some responsible individual. -o SALE OE STEAMEB?J.-rho following steamers, the property of the United States, were sold hero yes? terday by WM. GURNET, Esq., and for the prices annexed : Steamer St. Helena, $3,900 ; Steamer Mary Francis, $1,100. PERSONAL.-Wo had a visit yesterday from Mr. CHARLES W. HANCOCK, editor and proprietor of thc Americus (Ga.) Republican. Mr. H. is in the city on business for his paper, WE TAKE pleasure in calling the attention of our readers to tho advertisement of Messrs. STBABBUR GEit & Kunu, No. G5 Maiden Lane, Now York. This well-known house, by their rapid inceease in busi? ness, is compelled to remove ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 February 1867

THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28,1S?7. - .'Georgi? Items. . . UJOTOSTTOATE OCCXTIVBESCE.-A largo number of . our citizens were attracted, towards the Augusta : Hotel last evening, about 8 .o'clock, by tho report of twp or three pistol shots. Ou mquirywo loamed that a young man. Mr. John Jones, was bohawg disorderly in tho hotel, whon tho proprietor re? quested Mr. Thomas Callahan, tho police officer on tho beat, to arrest him. The officer, while attempt? ing to make the arrest, was firod at throe time? bv Jones, the third shot taking offset over tho loft breast, malling an uglv but not vory dangerous : wound. Notwithstanding tho wound; the officer '-made the arrest, and was in tho act of taking .Jones to tho Court, .House when a roliof camo to < :;.:?-'. ?ia assistance. '....'. '.r70-nc?r. Callahan was then taken to tho, drug "r';.:._.'store ot Messrs. Boali & Hankcrson, whero his ? "wound was probed and dressed by Dre. Doughty and Sweeney. Owing to some difficulty, tho cause of...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 February 1867

....... rz . ,- -v <-.>..' -. f.'-' 9 ff* . ? > -iv .--fr;*: * ....... ... j* . ? -. VOLUME IV.NO. 477 CHARLESTON, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 28, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. Our Cable Dispatches. PARIS, February 27.-Efforts were niaae to secure a remission of the search during the Exposition, which failed. LONDON, February 27-Noon_Consols 91. U. S. Bonds 73*. EVENING.-Consols 91. TJ. S. Bonds 73.J. LIVERPOOL, February 27-Noon_Cotton dull, sales will not exceed 4000 bales; Middling Uplands 18jd. Tho bark Iowa, from Galveston, reached Fyal leaking and otherwise damaged. EVENING.-Cotton a little more activo. Sales 8000 bales. Middling Orleans 18|d ; Mddling Up? lands lSjd. Breadstuffs dull Provisions un? changed. Congressional. WASHINGTON, February 27.-HOUSE_In the House, tho Committee of the Whole on Naval Ap? propriations, gives $80,000 to-tho Pensacola Navy Yard. The Comraittee rose, and the Bill was passed. It appropriates sixteen-and-a-qnarter million dol...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 February 1867

T3HLIE ?LESTON MUY NEWS, G. B. CATHCABT. ?Mioa CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETOl S. Ni 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS GASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- TWELVE MONTHS.SIO. 00 DAILY-.TX MONTHS..:. 5.00 DAILY-1 HEBE MONTHS. 3.50 MNGLK O. IPIES.5 cents 10 NEWS DEALERS.:.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. . Cotton closed in New York buoyant, under the advance in gold. Salesj.7500 'bales at 31a3lJc. for Middling Uplands. Gold clos ec: at 139 i. Cotton closed in Liverpool at 13.1 d, for Middling Uplands, and 13|d. for Middling Orleans. Rev. Mr. BISKCHEB'S novel is called the ' 'Call of the Clergyman." It is a loud call as it nets him $25,000. CABLOTTA is reported perfectly sane, and ex? pressing satisfaction at her husband's intention to stick to his throne. GEOBGE W. ELLERY, the last man living whose father signed the Declaration of Independence, died at Newport last week. s . - Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, is to be enlarged, by the addition of the Lando wne estate, on the west side of the ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 February 1867

THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 23,1867. LOCAL MATTERS^ To Correspondents. We are continually receiving communications on jolitical and other matters from persons who do r.ot attach their propiir names to the articles sen*; md we take this occasion of repeating that nothing i :\n bo published in THE DAILY NEWS without toing indorsed by some responsible individual. SAXE OE STEAMERS.-The following steiners, the 1 roporty of the United States, were sold here yes? terday by WM. GURNEY, Esq., and tor the prices unnexed: Steamer Si. Helena, $3,900; Steamer 2fary Francis, $1,100. PEBSONAL.-We had a visit yesterday from Mr. CHARLES W. HANCOCK, editor and proprietor of the Americus (Ga.) Republican. Mr. H. is in the city cn business for his paper, ' WE TAKE pleasure in calling the attention of our readers to the advertisement of Messrs. STRASBUR? GES & NUHN, No. 65 Maiden Lane, New York. ThiB well-known house, by their rapid inceetse in buti ness, is compelled to remove on tho loth of March t...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 February 1867

y ,v; ...j... _ THUBSD?Y M^RNTN?. 1TCBRUARY 28,1S67. 1 Cfeorgta Items. - UOTGBTUNATE ' Oc?onBCNcx.-A large number our Citizens wore attracted towards tho Angus Hotel last evening, abouts o'clock, bythorcpo of two or three pistol Bhots. On inquiry we learnc that a young man. Mr. John Joues, was behavit disorderly in the hotel, when ' tho proprietor r anested Mr. Thomas Callahan, i ho police offic? r ( tie beat, io arrest him. Thc officer, whilo attomp ing to make the arrest, was fire! at threo times i Jones, the third shot taking effect over tho lc breast, making an uglv but not very daugero: wound. . Notwithstanding tho wound, tho offic made the arresc, and was in tho act of takii Jones to the Court House when a relief carno his assistance. * Officer Callahan WT JJ thou taken to tho dn store of Messrs. Bead ? Uankeraon, whoro 1 wound was probed and dressed by Dra. Dough and Sweeney. Owing to some difficulty, tho eau of which we did not learn, the ball was not e tracted. Mr. Callahan...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 1 March 1867

VOLUME rv. HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT* J?. JL? UM 'i VJTAVJJLJr JJUV. Our Coblo Dispatch?*. LONDON, Feb;-uary 28-Noon.-Consols 91. TJ. S. Bonds 73. The Moravian has arrived. EVENING.-Consols 98. TJ. S. Bonds 734. LIVERPOOL, February 28-Noon.-The market opened ilrmor. with a moro"activo speculative and manufacturing inquiry; estimated sales 10,000 bales; Middling Uplands, 13?d. Breadstufis quiet. Corn firm. Provisions unchanged. EVENING-Cotton closed fairly active, the sales being 12,000 bales; prices advanced J; Middling Uplands, 13}. FRANKFORT, February 28.-U. S. Bonds, 76j. Death of J. D. B. DeBow. "WASHINGTON, February 28_J. D. B. DEBOW, editor of DeBow's Beview, died, hore to-day, aged forty-seven years. Congressional. WASHINGTON, February 28_In tho Senate, tho Bill authorizing the construction of a bridge over the Missouri, nt Fort Leavenworth, was "referred to the Military Committee. Tho Educational Department Bill passed, a...

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