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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 4 March 1867

TELE N MB?MIlN BAILY NEWS, [j G. B. CATHCART, EDITOR CATHCART, MoMLLLAN & MORTON, ) PBOPREETOl S. Nc -18 KAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. V Xl?Rtt?? CASHV " ,'. '? -.' ...? -. SDBSQ^rjraON. DAILY- TWELVEMONTHS.- . - .*10*2V ^AILY-rOriMQNTBS.^i-. <-.. * -'. . . %m On We?*riesday JardeaRiver, at Bichmond, had - risen six feet. aDpye EgrTrwator wark. Coaches running from Junction City, Kansas, to Santa Fe, New Mexico, make the trip regularly :'J^8Wvm(Q^^a^twphourB. ' 3 ?i Bev.^'EtnxBB and others are oppoeed to the ' m?vem^t now on foot in Baltimore, to havo tho ' ?^?tr^ carS rd? on Sunday, ,.FredeTick Douglass is mentioned as a likely can- 1 fflfta?r? t^,the1?WetajyBhip of-the 'Senate- afc the 1 ?l?ftl?fi?Tfltt"nr' Inf?iinit TfniiVriiftn'4t *1 ' One item to indnoe foreigners to visit Paris dux- 1 ing the Exposition, is the purchase of land hy the - French Government "to "bury a few thousand pee-: I ^ ??"who are' expectedj? die there. One thousandth^,hundred .men are chopping wood on...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 4 March 1867

ffc? flatta-Stans MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1867. LOCAL MATTERS. To ComspoudcWJ. Wo aro continually rocoiving communications on political and other matters from persons who do not attach their proper names to tho articles son*; and wo take this occasion of repeating that nothing can bo published in THE DAILY NEWS without being indorsed by some responsible individual. MKS. JEFFERSON DAVIS_Wo learn that Mrs. DA? VIS arrived in this city last night, and ia the guest of GEOUGE A. TaKsnoLa, Esq. WE ABE indebted to Mr. C. F. VOQLEB, of the Central News Depot, for late copies of tho Round Table, Staats Zeitung, Harper's Weekly, etc. PBOF. J. D. B. DEBOW.-The death of this emi nent atatician occurred at Elizabeth, N. J., where he had gone to attend a dying brother, who pro? ceded him to the grave only a few days. I'PBNVEBEni.-We call attention to the adver? tisement of tho above named society, in another coluhm of to-day'e NEWS. There is an excellent comecJy on the stocks, "Paris in Pommern,...

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. — 4 March 1867

"W/TW ?MONDAY HOEKIMG, MARCH 4. 1W7 THE KKCONSTRUCTION BILI-. . For the information oT our reactors vf o again pub? lish ibo tost of tho ?KeconBlrucUon Bill, and al?o tho Constitutional, Amendment : "Whereas noi legal Stat o Govert; -oents or adequate protection -for lifo or property now exists in tho rebel States or Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama, Louisi? ana, Florida, Texas end Arkansas ; and whereas it ia necessary that peace mid good order should be enforced in said States until loyal and republican State governments eau bo legally established; therefore, Bo it enacted bv tho Senato and Houso of Repre? sentatives of thc United States of America in Con? gress assembled. That said rebel States shall bo divided into military districts and ni ado subject to the military authority of the United States, as hereinafter proscribed, and for that purpose "Vir? ginia shall constitute tho first district ; North Car? olina and South Carolina the secon...

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. — 5 March 1867

VOLTIME IV.NO. 428. CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 1, 1867. PRICE Tmm rnSfrTS " ' VOLUME IV.NO. 48] TELEGRAPHIC. Oar Cable Dispatches. LONDON, March 4-Noon.-Consols 91. Bonds 7SJ. LIVES POOL, March 4-Noon.-Sales of Cotton to? day -will probably reach 10,000 bales-prices de? clined ?tl. sinco last report. Middling Uplands j 133d.; Orleans hid. Congressional. WASHINGTON, March 4.-The House of Repre? sentatives proceeded to tho election of officers. The Republicans nominated Mr. COLFAX for Speaker, who received 127 votes. The Democrats nominated S. S. MABSHAXL, who received 30 votes. Mr. BBOOKS referred to the fact that seven? teen States were unrepresented, of which seven were of the original thirteen. He presented a pro? test of the Democrats against the further proceed? ings. The Clerk refused to receive the protest, Mr. COLFAX resumed his seat, and the members were sworn in. The Speaker announced that the President had signed, within the legal time, all Bills p.issed ...

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. — 5 March 1867

THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, G. R. CATHCART, EDITOR CATHCART, MoMILLAN & HORTON, PROPRXETOl S. Nt 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. Tl: RM S CASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY- TWELVE MONTHS.$10.00 DALLY-! UT MONTHS. 5.00 DAILY-1HBEE MONTHS. ??50 BINGLE O SPIES.......5 cents XO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. Gold closed in New York at 38|. Cotton quoted at 81@31$c. for Middling Uplands. The actnal vote in the Senate on tho President's veto of the Military Bill was 38 to 10.. No fewer than eight journalists are under sen? tence of death in Spain. It is reported that Postmaster-General RANDALL will he tendered the Austrian mission. ' Thirty Arab emigrants have arrived in New Or? leans. ' They will settle in that city. Ticks destroyed more tiuui $150,000 worth of sheep in Maine last year. The Judiciary Committee of the House of Rep? resentatives will report in favor of an eight hour law for the government works. Havana correspondence says that the port of Samaria, in St . Domingo, has actua...

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. — 5 March 1867

TUESDAY MORLING, MARCH 5, 1867. LOCAL MATTEKS. To C ox-respondents. Wo aro continually recoivine; communications on political and othor matters from persons who do not attach their prcpei names to the articles sen*; and wo take this occasion of repeating that nothing can be published in THE DATEI NEWS without being indorsed by some responsible individual. ROPEB HOSPITA!..-Attention is directed to the advertisement in to-day's NEWS of the Board of Trustees of this institution. An election will be held to-day for resident physicians and Burgeons. RATES OP PASSAGE TO FLOBIDA.-Editor Daily Neics: Many persons are deterred from visiting Florida in consequence of the high tates of pas? sage. Tho cost o' a caoin passage to Jacksoville is $16; a cabin passage to New York, per Quaker Ody and other first-class steamships, cost but $1?. Cannot the Florida lino of steamers reduce their rates, and thereby increase the travel to the Land of Flowers. TBAVELLEB. CATALOGUE SALS.->T?asrs. ; MCKAY ...

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. — 5 March 1867

- TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 5, 18G7. ?SPRING IS COMING. BT A. J. BEQX7IBR. I know it by the hyacintha Which now begin to blow. And flitting voices strangely sweet And tremulously low. By something porer in the sun, And softer m the air, And holier in tho twilieht stars. That Spring viii soon bo here. The almanacs are well enough For gardeners and for cooks I seek the seasons in the sky. And find them by the brooks ; I hear them on the breezy hills, And, in the hollows, see The token-flowers and signs that speak Their messages to me. And thus I glean from gleaming isles Of {.unset in the West; From wavings of untiring wings That will not go to rest; From spells of fragrance spiced afar, And peeping spears of green, And filvar bugles in tho wind, Tho advent of a Queen I I know it by the hyacinths Which now begin to blow, That Winter, on Its icy bed, Is dead, or nearly so. And f-oon will come, with flaxen curls, Lee I by the laughing hours, The blue-eyed daughter of the Sun, In glorifying...

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. — 5 March 1867

VOLUME rv. HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT* A lilli JVJIJLVAXJU JUAVi Oar Cnblo Dispatches. LOUDON, March 4-Noon.-Consols 91. Bom 735. LIVERPOOL, March 4-Noon.-Sales of Cotton ti day will probably roach 10,000 bales-prices di cl?ioti ?Ci. since last report. Middling ?planc 132 d.; Orleans 14d. C oiiprcsslonal. WASHINGTON, March 4.-The House of Reprt tentatives proceeded to the election of officers Tho Republicans nominated Mr. COLFAX fo Speaker, who received 127 votes. The Democrat nominated S. S. MABSHALL, who received 3 votes. Mr. BEOOKS referred to the fact that seven teen States were unrepresented, of which sevei were of the original thirteen. He presented a pro tost of tho D?mocrate against tho farther proceed ings. The Clerk ref rued to'receive the protest. Mr. COLFAX resumed his seat, and the member were sworn in. Tho Speaker announced that th< President had signed, within the legal time, al Bills passed within ton days excep...

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. — 5 March 1867

CHARLESTON UM NEWS, IT, O. Iv. CATHCART. ?DiTon 'V secfi CATHCART, MCMILLAN Sc MORTON, ^ PROPRIETOl S. ?fo, Nc 18 KAYNE STREET, sr. tor? - tom CITY PRINTERS. large -'. offlci TERMS GASH. = _ oar - th SUBSCRIPTION. J) DAILY- TWELVEMONTHS... - ? ? DAILY-l'a?'MONTHS.:.'.. m DAILY-1HBEE MONTHS.. .a'su " BINGLE ? 1PIES.Scents AX?, IO NEWS DEALERS ?J^.l.?....3CcntS " NEWS SUMMARY. Gold closed in New York at 38L Cotton quoted/ at 31@31ic. for Middling Uplands. / _ The actual vote in the Senate on tho FresiJJfit's veto of the Military Bill was 38 to 10. / No fewer than eight jonrnalistB are under sen- i tence of death in Spain. "SI ItSs reported that'Postmaster-General RANDAU, poi win be tendered the Austrian mission. ofti Thirty Arab emigrants have arrived in New Or- 0f leans. , They will settle in that city. th< Ticks destroyed more than $150,000 worth of loc sheep in Maine lait year. fin The judiciary Committee of the House or Rep- eh resentatives will report in favor of an eight hour...

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. — 5 March 1867

_TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 5, 1867._ LOCAL MATTERS. To Correspondents. Wo aro continually receiving communications 01 political and other matters from persons who d< not attach their proper namoe to tho articles sonf and wo take this occasion ol' repoating that nothing can bo published in THE DAIL? NEWS withoul being indorsed by some responaible individual. KOPPK HOSPITAL.-Attention is directed to the advertisement in to-day's NEWS of tho Board ol Trusteos of this institution. An election will be held to-day for resident physicians and surgeons. BATES OF PASSAGE TO FLORIDA.-Editor Daily Jfevcs: Many persons are deterred from visiting Florida in consequence of tbe high rates of pas? sage. The cost o" a caoin passage to Jackaoville is $16; a cabin passage to New York, per Quaker Uily and other first-class steamships, cost but $15. Cannot the Florida line of steamers reduce theil rates, and thereby increase the travel to the Land of Flowers. TBA YELLER. CATALOGUE SALE-Messrs. ! MCKAY &...

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. — 5 March 1867

TUESDAX. MORNING . MARCH 6, 18C7. ' SPRING IS COMING. UT A. J. HKMUIH1!. I know it by tho hyacinths Which now begin to blow. And flitting voices strangoly sweet And tremulously low. By something purer in the sun. And softer in the air. And hoher in tho twilisht stars. That Spring will soon be here. The almanacs are well enough For gardeners and for cooks I seek the seasons in thc sky, ,. And find thom by the brooks; I hear them on the breezy hills, And, in tho hollows, soo Tile token-flowers and signs that speak Their messages to me. And thus I glean from gleaming isles Of sunset in the West; From wavings of untiring wings That will not go to rest; From spells of fragrance spiced arar. And peeping spears of groen. And silver bugles in tho wind. The advent of a Queen t I know lt by the hyacinths Which now begin to blow, That Winter, on its icy bed, ls dead, or nearly so. And soon will come, with flaxen curls, Led by the laughing hours, The blue-eyed daughter of the Sun, In glorifying...

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. — 6 March 1867

VOLUME rv. HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT* TELEGRAPHIC. Our Cabio Dispatches. LIVERPOOL, March, 4-Evening.-Cotton ad? vanced jd. during the afternoon. Middling Uplands 13Jd. Sales 10,000 bolos. MABOH 5- Noon-Cotter, declined '? Hinco yes? terday. Middling Uplands 13???. Sales 8000 bale.?. Provisions firm. Breadstuff's quiet. To?ow 42s. 9<L LONDON, March's-Finances unchanged. A noon dispatch from Dublin (louies thc appre? hension of Col. O'CONNOB. Congressional. WASHINGTON, March 5.-In the House there was an official announcement that tho Presinent had no communication to make. In drawing seats STEVENS and WASHBTJBNE were allowed to retain their old seats. The caucus nominees were elected. BOYNTON was elected Chaplain. Among tho nominees for this office was Parson BROWNLOW. A joint committee was then appointed from each House to equalize the pay of employees. The Speaker announced that on Thursday he would appoint committees on mile...

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. — 6 March 1867

T Uri IE tlMLEST?S DIM NEWS, G. B. CATHCABT, EDITOB CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PKOPRIETOl S. lit 18 HAYNE STREET CITY PRINTERS. TERMS CASH. SUBSCRIPTION PAILT- TWELVE MONTHS. DAILY-iHX MONTHS.. DAILY-1HREE MONTHS. BINGLE O JPIES. TO NEWS DEALERS-. NEWS SUMMARY. . Cotton closed in New York yesterday at 31c. for Middling Uplands. Gold waa quoted at 1363 . A bill has just passed the Legislature of Illinois, which virtually abolishes capital punishment. Th? Legislature of Tenn6ss?e has made a call for a military force to keep order in tho State. Secretary SEWARD has lately insured his lifo for one hundred thousand dollars. Nature seems to have done that long ago. Tho name of STTBBATT is one of the oldest in Maryland. The STJEEATTS were French Catholics in Lord BALTDIOEE'S time. , BATABD TAXLOK intends to bring home from abroad tho greater part of a manuscript of a fourth novel, the scene to be laid on the continent, though j the characters are American. .. A compositor in the Jack...

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. — 6 March 1867

.fJnt pas, WEDNESDAY MOBNTNG, MAKCH 0, 1867. LOCAL MATTERS. To Correspondents. Wc aro continually receiving communications on political and othor mattera from persona who do not attach thoir proper names to thc articles son*; and tvo take thia occasion ofrcpoatingthat nothing can bc published in Tux DAM NETO without being indorsed by some responsible mdividuai. ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.-Wo ha1 o re? ceived from F. G. DEFONTAINE, Esq., State Print? er, Columbia, S. C., a very neatly printed copy of the Acts of thc General Assembly of the State of South C irolina, passed at tho regular session of 18CC, for which ho has our thanks. DTBECT TMJ'OnTATION OF SUGABS AND MOLASSES._ Messrs. RISLEY & CBEIGHTOI?, who receive regularly consignments from tho West Indies, offer for sale a well solccted cargo of Cuba sugar and molasses, just recoivod by British schooner Mary While, from Oardeuas. THE Wilmington (N. C.) Journal, of yesterday, ..han tho following : ASHOUE.-We learn that a Uni...

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. — 6 March 1867

WEDNESDAY MORNING. ???RCH*6, 1867." LOST. Not lost in the grave-ah no ! Thunk God 1 ho has life and health ; But lost in the crowd that goes to and fro. Ceaselessly, restlessly to and tro. In the quest of worldly wealth. I had many friends in my youth : But of all I loved him most. In his dark eyes shone tho spirit of truth. When we mot and loved in tho days of our youth 1 'Tis only ten years-and he's lost ! Lt :e seems so lonely and strango t But I pray that my heart bo strong; For this ia a world of shadow and change A weary world of shadow and chango And friendship's a name for a song. Lost I my tenderly cd friend; Gone with the selfish host; Forgetting that wo were to love to the end No matter what happened, to love to the end For over and ever lost! COMMERCIAL. Exports. .LIVERPOOL-For ship R C Winthrop-452 halcB S I and 2570 bales Upland Cotton. The Charleston Cotton market. OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, 1 CHARLESTON, Tuesday Evening, Haren 5,18C7. J A limited inquiry pr...

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. — 6 March 1867

VOLTIME IV.NO. 428. CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 1, 1867. PRICE Tmm rnSfrTS " ' VOLUME IV.NO. 482 TELEGRAPHIC. Oar Cable Dispatches. LIVERPOOL, March 4-Evening.-Cotton ad? vanced jd. daring the afternoon. Middling Uplands 13id. Sales 10,000 bales. MARCH 5-Koon.-Cotton declined ' ? since yes? terday. Middling Uplands 13'd. Sales 8000 bale3. Provisions firm. Breadstuffs quiet. 1 allow 42s. Od. LONDON, March 5.-Finances unchanged. A noon dispatch from Dublin denies tho appre? hension of Col. O'CONNOR. Congressional. WASHINGTON, March 5.-In the House there was aa official announcement that the Presinent had no conimui lection to moke. In drawing seats STEVENS and WASHBURNE wtro allowed to retain their old seats. Thc caucus nominees were elected. BOYNTON was elected Chaplain. Among thc nominees for this office was Parson BROWNLOW. A joint committee was then appointed from each House to equalize the pay of employees. Tho Speaker announced that on Thursday he would appoint ...

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. — 6 March 1867

THE CHARLESTON DM NEWS, G. R. CATHCART. EDITOR CATHCART, MoMTLLAN & MORTON, PROPRTETOl S. Nc 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS GASH. SUBSCRIPTION. * DAILY- TWELVE MONTHS.810.00 DAILY-; TX MONTHS. 5.00 f DAILY-1HREE MONTHS. 3.50 tfclNOLE GxiPIES.5 cents ' IO NEWS DEALERS_.;,...3cents i NEWS SUMMARY. Br;' ?l . " 1 . ?i Cotton closed in New York yesterday at 31c. for ' ^Middling Uplands. Gold was quoted at 136J. t A bill has just passed the Legislature of Illinois, *which virtnally abolishes capital punishment. The Legislature of Tennessee has nade a call for *a military force to keep order in the State. K Secretary SEW ABD has lately insuiod his life for > ^one hundred thousand dollars. Nature seems to ?chave done that long ago. to The name of S?BBATT?S one of the oldest in ScMaryland.. The SUBBATTS were French Catholics ?in Lord BALTTSIORE'S time. .- BAYABD TAYLOB intends to bring heme from ? abroad the greater part of a manuscript of a fourth novel, the scene to be laid o...

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. — 6 March 1867

ms WEDNESDAY MORNING/, MARCH 6, 1867^ LOCAL MATTEES. To Corrcuponilents. We are continually receiving cornmunications on political and other matters from persons who do not attach their proper names to thc articles son*; and -we take this occasion of repeating that not hing can ho published in TUE DAILY. NEWS without being indorsed by some responsible individual. ACTS OP THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.-We have re? ceived from F. G. DEFONTATNE, Esq., State Print? er, Columbia, S. C., a very neatly printed copy of the Acts of the General Assembly of tho State of South Carolina, passed at the regular session of 186(1, for which ho has our thanks. DIRECT IMPORTATION OF SUGARS AND MOLASSES. Messrs. RISLEY & CREIGHTON, who receive regularly consignments from the West Indies, offer for sale jp;* a well selected cargo of Cuba sugar and molasses, just received by British schooner Mary While, from s Cardenas. THE WUmington (N. C.) Journal, of yesterday, has the following : ASHORE.-Wo learn that a U...

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. — 6 March 1867

WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH G, 1SC7. LOST. Noil lost io tho grave-oh no I Thank God I he has life and health; But lost in the crowd that goes to and fro. Ceaselessly, restlessly to and fro. In the quest of worldly wealth. I had many friends in my youth; But of all I loved him most. In his dark eyes shone the spirit of truth, When we met and loved in the days of our youth ! Tis only ton yeats-and he's lost ! Li. e seems so lonely and strange 1 But I pray that my heart be strong; For this ls a world of shadow and change A weary world of shadow and change And friendship's a name for a song. Lost I my tender-eyed friend; Gone with the selfish host; Forgetting that we were to love to the end No matter what happened, to love to the end For ever and ever lost I COMMERCIAL. Exports. LIVEiPOOL-Per ahip P. C Winthrop-452 bales SI and 2576 bales Upland Cotton. The Charleston Cotton Market. OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, J CHARLESTON, Tuesday Evening, March 5,18C7. j A limited inquiry prevai...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 7 March 1867

VOLUME rv. HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT* TELEGRAPHIC. CongnuiDnal. WASHINGTON, March 6_IN THE SENATE, Mr. SrrsixEii introduced a Bill to guarantee a Republi? cs n form of Government that would protect the lo;, -1 pc-oplo South; also prescribing the oath to bc taken. $\ A committee was appointed to equalize tho pay W employees. ?'A Standing Committee on Appropriations was ordered. Senators DOOLITTLE and PATTEBSON made a per? sonal explanation, denouncing tho false report ol tho Committee on Expenditures, which intimated their acceptance of bribos. A joint resolution was passed declaring the mu? nicipal offices in Alexandria vacant, in consequence of disobedience SHERMAN'S Bill was ordered to be printed, and tho Sonate adjourned. IN TUT, HOVSE, the Utah delegation was sworn in. J. J. STEWART contests .tho seat of CHAULES E. PHELPS, of Maryland. WARD introduced a resolution asar ..ig that an ox-member of tho Cabinet had declared in a p...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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