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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 29 August 1865

VOI_. I....NO.? 14. CHARLESTON, S. C, TUESDAY, AUOUST ^0, 1805. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ?MLESTON DAILY NEWS, tCATHCAKT, McMillan & mouton, PROPRIETORS, No. 18 HAYNE-STBEET. ?T_.ttMS?CASH. DATLY-ONEYEAR.81?'??? DAILY-SIX MONTHS.... .'' DAILY?THREE MONTHS. .* ? jOStT Singlo Copies l-TVE CENTS. JOB- News Dealers supplied at a liberal discount. ADVERTISING. Ono Square, Tew Mues, ouc Insertion, ONE DOL X\R AND mm CKNTS. Each continuation, SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS. Less than a squ.u-o, FIFTEEN CENTS PER LINE for ?lrst insertion ; HALF PRICE for each continuation. The following aro the Agents for this papor: JOSEPH H. SEARS, " New South," Hilton Head. H. L. DARR, Sumtor, 3. C. J. T. HER8KMAN, "Journal office," Camden, 8. C. J. W. BROWN, "Southerner office," Darlington, 8. C. G. L. PRATT, Columbia. M. M. QUINN ft BRO., Augusta, Go, H. ESTELL, Savannah, Oa. Mr. ADO. BREHTANO.NO. 708 Broadway, Now York, lias always the latest dates of tho Daily News, as he does of all tho other principal journals of ...

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. — 29 August 1865

DAILY NEWS, CEL^RLESTON. TUESDAY HORNING, AUGUST ill), 13C5. It ib not surprising that the presence of the j military ill many striions of (he State should ?>c casiou Fdelillg, and still less tlnit this should bo oc casioned by the colored troop?. Tlu> oAtccni in command Lava ?lone all they eould'to render their proRouee inoffensive. We have been Informed, and believe it tobe true, that tho general in command j of tlii? department, aware of the tooling existing i on this subject, and porceptiro of evils likely to result, has regretted the necessity of sending col ored troops to the Interior. Hut having the duty to perform, and so huge a portion of his command ? of aueb troops, he has had nw option. Tlie iiwtrno ..(fame, htnyin-er, ?hayu always been to eiil'irec the strictest, discipline, ami to allow aa little to be ?lone | as possible to offend the one race, or onfavoraUy affect the other. Tbe.se ordert?, we are assured anil liolicve, there baa generally been a zealous effort...

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. — 29 August 1865

DAILY NEWS. [TJESDAY MORNING, A?OU8T 29, 1865. LOCAL MATTERS. . To oun City Subsctiiii?-rb.?Wo would bo thank ful if tbcro is any fniluio on tbo part of our car riers to dcbvcr tho Daily News, if our city aub aoribcrs would give un immediato notice Every effort on our part will bo made to soeur?. an early delivery, and if tbo carriers fail in doit?* their duty, wc hope to bo immediately informed ols^ Adams' ExmEsa? Wo roturn many thanks to" Ibid ' Institution" for favorH rendered ub buico the publication of our paper commenced. This Company omits no opportunity of oxtonding ite JkintlncHBca to till, but to tbo beginnor it ia goner ally the first to pat forth its hand and help him up to a position. It? benefits to tbo pross throughout thid country, by its quickness, regularity and punctuality, aro fully appreciated, and deserves tbe fallest cxprcseion of thanks that thoy aro ablo Jto give. The Strej-ts.?Tho authorities aro certainly to lie thanked for the very cleanly state in which ...

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. — 29 August 1865

,DAIL? NEWS TUESDAY^?I'N?NoT ??<HJSTr291" ihoo7 Internal Revenue. Tlio Was'?'?'*''''? ?orrospondenco of the N York Ilcrod, of 22?1, lina Um following: INTKllNAI, REVENUE KEUJJIPTM. rlio intcrmil rovouuo receipts ?since July ?mount to within a fraction of torty-livo million dollar?. It iH estimated that the receipts for 1 quarter ending September 30 will exceed ei: JUUI?OUB. INTKllNAI, REVENUE DECISIONS. Tlio Commissioner of Internal Revenue has n Jresseil tho following to Sheridan Shook, Collect (I the Tliirty-secoiul district of Now York: Washington. August 23,18G5. Sm?I havo been informed that the opinion pi vails to nomo estent among the bankers nnd oi Jtci'? of your city that the provisions of the thi section ?if the act of March 3, 18(55, which roquix coUeetors to deposit daily in the Treasury i "moneys roceived by thcni for intoiial duties, sup?. ?Olio tho provision?) of section forty-four of the a of Juno SO, 18i14. which authorizes tho Oommi ?oner of Iutcrnai Revenue to r...

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. — 30 August 1865

N [ ' \ {^ i ri ? VOL. L.-NO. 15. CHA~?lJG^STO_^ ^?V^ 30, 1SG5. PRICE FIVg CENTS, THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, ICATHCAIIT, McMILLAN & MORTON, riiopniETorts, No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. TERMS?CASH. DAILY-ONE TEAK.?IO.OO DAILY?SIX M0NTH8.v.5.00 DAILY?THItEE MONTHS." .?.50 jUCiT- Singlo Copies FIVE CENTS. j&3~ News Dealers supplied at a liberal discount. ADVERTISING. Ono Square, Ten Lines, ono insertion, ONE DOL LAR AND FIFTY CENT8. Each continuation, 8EVENTY-FTVE CENTS. Less than a equaro, FIFTEEN CENTS PEE LINE for Urst insertion ; ?HALF PRICE for each continuation. Tlic following are the Agent? for this paper: JOSEPH H. SEARS, New 8outb," Hilton Head. H. L. DARK, 8__oter, 8. C. 3. T. HEHSUMAN, " Journal office," C&mdcn, S. C. J. W. DROWN, "?Southerner office," Darlington, 8. C. G. L. PRATT, Columbia. M. M. QUINN A; BRO., Ausueta, da. H. ESTELL, Savocnab, Ga. Mr. AUG. BRENTANO, NO. 708 Broadway, .No- York, has always the latest dates of the Daily News, .as be does of all tUo other...

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. — 30 August 1865

-.' Tb?l, 1Im,,0r'an???'e?8r.r~ ?*1?M a? Cl P7'nm?"??. ' <> v*r ?m be b M?. ' "" ,"1'" " '"" 1?? ?11? voto sgasgggj^???..! ' ?red troops within th.i w. lw-enco of eol ? admit^tod bu \u8 ?'2 ?,f 'I* S0UUlCrn St*ltc-' &r tho piCScilco o? ?rn nnt0,ldCd * * "l0 ???-?i* ?it?oa ii? tb0 X ^ toT" ^ th? **?? ?overnmont to protect fbrmanco of *hjst ic the per y it ia unreasonable to expect -ill make a distinction for color ; that aball bc more convenient, na in many eases it ia, to employ the colored, rather than Hie white ?troops, it wcro the privilege it' not the obligation of the Government to continuo the colored troops to that oflico, and to disband and rein it the others Co their homes. With respect to the last clause of 4Jaifl proposition wo have nothing to any.. It ia, perhaps, tho desiro of tho white troops to retire from further military service, and return again to ?the comfort of their several homes, and wo havo ?very wish that they shall bc indulged in this de sire. But...

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. — 30 August 1865

DAILY NEWS. WEDNIj^DAYMOKNING. AUGUST 30. 18G5. LOCAL MATTEJRsT~ Tan WEMrnEn.?For several ?lavs the wind has boon blowing troni the eastward, and during yes terday there was ?, Bligbt rain, anil at times a etrong breeze prevail^ The appearance of the clouda, and the general loov.0f tbo weather, would indicate an equinoctial blow. nut s]10nlcl It con?, wo trust it will not prove severo; xy0 bavelbeen fortunato to escape a gale since 1854, ai.j w0 muBt etill cravo a blessing in that way until our w?^rvca get in a better condition. A New Route.?Wo notice that passengers are taking coach conveyance from Augusta (Oa.), via "Newborry, Winnsboro' and Chester, and from there "by railroad North. Hesshs. Qoinn A* Biiotiieb. ? Wo aro indebted to these gentlemen for a late copy of the "Augusta ConBtitutionnbst," for which paper they are the agents in Charleston. .p .__ Clerk of the Court.?J. W. Brownfield, Esq., Clerk of tho Court of Common Pleas nnd Genoral Sessions, can be found; for tho pres...

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. — 30 August 1865

DAILY NEWS. WEDNESDAY MOHNINU, AUGUST ?0, I860. THE DRY GOODS TRADE. The New York Times, i?f Uio 22?1, gives the fol lowing -very interesting statement concerning the dry good? trade: Tho market for domestic gootla has been quiet, bat steady, ?luring the past week. The compara tively low*prices at wliieli the raw material can now be purchased, combined with tho fact that there in more cotton offering for Europe than at any timo since before the late war commenced, httH exerted a depressing effect on the goods mar ket, and wo have accordingly to note some con cession on the part of holders of many descrip tions. "Wo do not mean to be understood that there is any general decline in prices, though cer tain articles can undoubtedly DO had something under last week's quotations. Tliis is especially tho caso with prints and the poorer makes of mus lins. Stocks arc light, but, with only a moderate request, holders are more disposed to realize than they havo been for some time past. Moreove...

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. — 31 August 1865

i '{ VOL. I....NO. IG. CHARLESTON, S. C, THURS?OAY.: AUGUST 31, 18G5 riUCJ? FIVE CENTS. TUB CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, iCATHCART, AIcMILLAN & MOETON, PROPRIETORS, No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. TERMS?CASH. DAILY?ONE YEAR.*: DAILY?SIX MONTHS. DAILY?THUEE MONTHS. XXg- Single Copie* FIVE CENTS. Jfj?-Ncw8 Dealers supplied at a liberal discount ADVERTISING. Ono Square, Ten Hues, ono insertion, ONE DOL LAR AND FIFTY CENTS. Bach continuation, BEVENTY-FIVH CENTS. Less than a square, FIFTEEN CENTS PER XTNE for first ms-er?ott ; HALF PRICE for ouch continni?on. Tho following are the Agents for this paper: JOSEPH H. SEABS, " Now South," Hilton Head. 21. L. DARK, Sumttr, S. C. J. T. HERSHMAN, "-Journal office," Camden, S. C. J, W. BROWN, "Southerner office," DarRogton, S. C. G. L. PRATT, Columbia. M. M. Q?INN k BRO., Augusta, Ga. H. ESTELL, Sftvai?iiah, Ga. Mr. AUG. BRENTANO, NO. TO8 Broadway, New York, 3baB always tho latest dates of the Daxlt News, as he ?loes of all the otber principal journals 'Of th...

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. — 31 August 1865

DAILY NEWS. CHABLESTON. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST .*U,*18G5. Fon some TiMK past ivc llave treated of the situ ation; and ?is our attention lias been chk-ily ad dressed lo th?! embarrassments experienced ami indicated by the radical chango in our social con dition, it is to In- confessed that our presentiments of tho subject havo boon somewhat sombro. Cer tainly they havo been less attractive than we would have been pleased to make them?for opti mism, if not always the most practical, is certainly tho moat pleasant, philosophy cither to preach or practice; and there arc, in fact, aspects of our subject which aro susceptible of more favorable presentation. To muko money, improve our circumstances, purchase comforts, grasp the hand of friendship at our hearths, and close tho door upon the blus tering? of tho outsido world, is now, we believe, the very common desire of everybody, and the op portunities of doing this aro rcnlly greater than thoy have over been, perhaps, at other periods 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. — 31 August 1865

PAIIi'Y N EWS. TH??t?DAY MOHNINO." AUGUST 3U 1865. "local matters. To otm City Sciibcriueiw.?Wo would bo thank ful if there ?b any failure on the part of our car riers to deliver tho Daily News, if our city sub scribers would give us immediate notice. Every effort on our part will bo mado to secure an early delivery, and if tho carriers fail in doing their duty, wo hope to bo immediately informed of it. Health of the City.?Tho City Registrar (Dr. Ceo. H. Pelze a) has sent us for publication tho Bill of Mortality for the week ending August 2Gth. By it wo discover that there have been C3 doaths in that time, 3(? of which, aro blacks and colofed, and 17 whites?tho number of tho former being moro than double tho latter. This is a singular fact, that wc havo no remembrance of having over observed before, and it should elicit attention and inquiry. In examining tho statement befara us, wo Und 8 caso? of fevers of different Itinds?2 whites and G blacks ; of diarrhoea, 5 cases?all blacks ; ...

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. — 31 August 1865

DAILY NEWS THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1865. Southern Emigration to Brazil. Tho planters of Lafourcho, LouiBiana, lately ?ickl a meeting to discuss tho subject of ouiigra iion to Brazil. Tho Thibodoau Sentinel eiieukB of them ns native-born Louisinnians, who havo como to tho conclusion, after repeated oiTorts to sustain iho planting interests, that tho cultivation of tho augur cano must be abandoned for lack of labor ers; that there aro ninety-nine chances to ono ?gainst the bucccbb of cotton culture; and a gen eral cultivation of corn, as a last resource, would cvprstock tho market and ruin tho planter. Tho Sentinel editorially declares that tho agri cultural prospects of tbo State are not aB gloomy as then?: planters think, and adds that, even if tho evils of which thoy complain be irremediable, the planters uliould not iibuni'on their estates and ihoir country, but should, as a class, concert nica ?urc8 to invite the emigration of laborers who can -lio dopendodon. The present po...

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. — 2 September 1865

VOL. I....NO. 18. CHARLESTON, S. C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER >,i, 18G5. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, 1CATHCART, ?cHUXAH & MORTON, PBOPR1ETOBS, .No. 18 HAYNE-STBEET. TE It.- "IS?CASH. DAILY?ONE ?BAR.' &10-00 DAILY?SIX MONTHS.?-00 ?AILY?THREH MONTHS.3?'0 /OS- Single Copies FIVE CENTS. JUS" News Dealers snppUed at a liberal ?discount. ADVERTISING. One Scjuare, Tcia Lines, one insertion, ONE DOL LAR AND FIFTY CENTS. Each continuation, SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS. Less than a square, FIFTEEN CENTS PEU LINE for first insertion ; HALF PRICE for each continuation. The "following arc the Agents for this paper: JOSEPH H. SEARS, "New South," Hilton Head. H. L. DARR, Sumtcr, S. C. J. T. HERSHMAN, "Journaloffice," Camdcn, S. C. J. W. BROWN, "Southerner office," Darlington, 3. C O. L. PRATT, Columbia. M. M. QUTNN & BBO., Augusta. Ga. H. ESTELL, Savancah, Ga. Mr. AUG. BRENTANO, NO. 708 Broadway. New York, bas always the latest dates of the Daily News, as ho docs of all the other p...

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. — 2 September 1865

DAILY NEWS. OHAB LE8TON? SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 18G5._ It would APPEAR, from publications from the North, that President Johnson designs visiting JUohmond, and we bcttorc wo express the common wish of our citizens in soliciting an extension of liin excursion to this place. Apart from the feed ing of personal satisfaction the occasion would in apta), it could Bcarcoly fail of advantages to us, and, perhaps, oven to tho whole country. To us it is of interest that the true ?tato of facts and fooling should bo known. Tho contest ended, thero is an honest and ?m anxious wish to accept tho situation precisely as it may be. But what it may be?what tho form in which it may he heat accepted?what precisely is incumbent cm us, and to what extent it may bo possible to comply with requisitions on this subject is not generally or accu rately conceived, and there is nothing that would ?o readily tend to tho full elucidation of these mat tors im tho personal presence and expressions of tho ...

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. — 2 September 1865

DAILY NEWS. NATIKIWY MOHNIMl. Nl'l'Tl'MliHK 2. 18(!.r.. LOCAL, MATTERS. To ont Cm SomcRXBEBs.?Wo would ho thank i'ul if there is any failure on the part of our car rier;* to deliver tlio Daily Mews, if our city sub hci ?hers would give us immediate notice. Every Ojfort ?>n nur par? will bo made to secure an curly delivery, nml if the carriers fail in doing their 'fluty, we hope to bo immediately informed of it. Managers of Elections?This Board met yes 1 onlay afternoon at Masonic Hal!, a majority boing proscnt. The subject of their decision ntado at llic lait meotiiig being brought forward, it was elaborately discussed, and the views of many dis tinguished gentlemen, ''learned in the law," wero jdontlonod. After tin interchange of opinions among Ihem, the Board agreed that their former decisions should be annulled, and that all should bo allowed lo voto at the forthcoming election who possessed the qualifications of a. voter which the law required in 1800. The Weather.?Wo have no...

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. — 2 September 1865

DAILY NEWS. SATURDAY MORNING. KKi;rKMBKH2. 1H?5. A Hcmurkiililc Exliumatiou. JWKCOVEKY OK THIS DOTO OF ''ANl'Ti"'s UAVCinTKll. The following bit of antiquarian news in from the West Basses (England) Gazette o? a recent tinto: Tho mont interesting arclnookwlcal ttecovcry which hau ovor boon Diado in that nolgnnorliootl to? ili iliaco in the chnrch of Boubani a fow?oys since. In continuing tho rcstoratiou ?>l this bcaa tiful specimen of Baxon nxcuitooluro Bomooxonw tioiio wore uni ?le in order t<> luv boro tue oases ol tho columns supporting tho chancel areli, wliicb arc on a much lower level than those ol the arcado separating tho nave from the aisles. In laying bare those bases it wan thought advisable to ex tend tho excavations ft little, for it wns just m front of IhiH areli that tradition hiiB uniformly atuteil that tho youthful ?laughter of tho Punish King Canuto was buried. Just below tho level of the I old lloor a slnb of ?tono wns discovered. Care fully the excavatio...

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. — 8 September 1865

CHABLESTOX DAILY KEWS....DECEMBEB 9, 1865. _" MARLESTON'!fei NEWS CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, %t ' 7 HOPBIETOKS. Kb. 18 KAYNE-STEEET. TERMS- CASH. \ tDAILT-ONE YEAR.S?O.OO DAILY-SIX MONTHS.3.00 lUJLY-THREE MONTHS.?.5<i JCS" Wagle Copies FIVE CENTS. jjgy News Dealers supplied at a liberal discount - ADVERTISING. Ono Square, Ten Lines, ca? insertion, ONE SK)L XAR AND FIFTY CENTS. Each continaalien, SEYENTY-FIVE'CENTS. ?Les? thaa a sqaare, FUT ESN COBS FER MEE for first insertion ; HALF PKICS for each continuaron. The following are the Atvs ct s for a. i 3 paper : -JOSEPH H. SEARS, "?fow South," Halton Head, fi. L. DARB, Sumter, 'S. C. J. T. HERSHMAN, " tournai office," Camden, S. C. .J. W. BROWN, "Southerner office," Darlington, 8. C. .G. L. PRATT, Columbia. M. M. OFINN k BRO., Augusta, Ga. fi. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga. Mr. AUS BRENTAjjO, NO. 70S Broadna, Now York, las alwey* the latent 'datya d' the DAILY KEW?, as be ?loes of all tho other principSyounmld of thc country. A PU."! ...

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. — 8 September 1865

fi im/ DAIi? NEWS. CHARLESTON. FRIDAY LIOSNING. SEPTEMBER S, 18G5. ^ THEa? WOULD SSE3I to bc extreme solicitude in certain sections of this Union to test the ; loyalty of thi3 and other Southern States, j <&r fellow-citizens and frionds of the New Eng ' ? land States, and those in other sections of the North most in sympathy with thc people of those States, seem to bc hardest of belief upon this subject. Expressions are unsatisfactory; facts are insufficient; the arrierpeiiseia detected in every i otter ance, apparently th-.' most direct and une? quivocal; and from an inability to perceive why wo j -.'Should bc loyal, tiny have been unable to rcafize the fact that we ever cati bc. .And wo ourselves have conceded 'the obligation ? * to^respond to such exactions. Under ordinary I . circumstancts^it would seem to be enough that .we accept the situation, abandon every attitude and expression of hostility, give up the institution .which was the cause of action, lay off every thing...

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. — 8 September 1865

DAILY NEWS. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1865. LOCAL MATTERS. To ocB Crrr SOBSCMBBSS.-We would be thank? ful if there is any failuro on the part of our car? riers to deliver tho DAILY NEWS, if our city sub? scribers would give us immediate notice. Every effort .in our part will bc made to secare an early delivery, and if the carriers fail in doing their .duty, we hope to be immediately informed of it. "WE REGRET to hear of the death of the Hon. R. 2$. BOYLSTOK, Speaker of the House of Represent? atives of this State, who died a few days ago at ."Winns boro'. TYE1 ARE again indebted to thc courtesies of ^Mesare. M. M. QUINN A- Bao. for late files of Au? gusta papers. Wc regret that among them was not the Co ns til ut i onalist CUSTOM HOUSE.-Messrs. J. F. W. WALTER and EDGAR LAZARUS entered upon their duties as Ap? praisers on yesterday. ARRIVAI.-Brevet Major-Gcneral A. ASTES is at the Charleston Hotel, having arrived yesterday morning from Hilton Head. THE CONVENTION.-Tho following g...

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. — 8 September 1865

D Alli Y NEWS. _ERIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 8, 1865. TH^> CABLE-BR. RUSSELL'S STORY. Lord Cranston's goblin pago, according to the Xay ui the Last Minstrel, ran about crying "lost, lost, lost." Thc historiographers of tho ill-fated Atlantic cable arc given to uko melancholy utter? ances, vet o? the goblin lived long enough to change" hie refrain into "found, found, found," so ft -wc trust that thc luckless wire winch is now lying, ' we forget how many fathoms deep in its watery bcd, wrtl ere long be enabled to indulge in a like chnngo of tune : "found, found, found.'' Dr. Russell's official account of Hie Great East --.ern's voyage, and the abortive attempt to lay the cable, has found its way into thc journals-but thc public interest in it has been iii great measure an . ticipatcd by the record ol results previously pub? lished. The Doctor, however, branga his clever pen into play, and he tells tho whole story with tho vividness of a real artist, who knows how to -invest even the d...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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