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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 8 September 1865

VOL. I....NO. <?3. CHARLESTON, S, C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1SG5. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE CHARLESTON DULY NEWS, CATiicAiiT, McMillan & mouton, proprietors, No. 18 HAYNE-STEEET.. TERMS?CASH. DAILY?ONE YEAR.fclO.VlO DAILY?SIX MONTHS.s.S..OO DAH?Y?'iHBEE MONTHS.:i.DO J8ST Single Copies FIVE CENTS. jBGJ-Ncwb Dealers supplied at a liberal discount. ? ADVERTISING, Ono Square, T?n L.I?icb, one insrnion, ONE DOL XAR AND F1FT? CENTS. Koch continuation, SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS. Lcsn than a *quaro, FIFTEEN CEST8 PEU LINE for first insertion ; HALF PRICE for ?teh continuation. Tiro following are the Agents for tbls paper: JOSEPH H. SEARS, " New South," Hilton Head. ? L DARR, Hum ter, S. C. J. T. HER9HMAN, "Journal-office," Carmlen, S. C. ?. W. BROWN, "Southerner office," Darlington, S. C. O. L. PRATT, Columbia. M. M. QDINN & BRO., Augusta, (?a. H. ESTELE, Savannah, Ga, Mr. AUG. BRENTANO, NO. 708 Broadway, New York, lias always the latest dates of the Daily News, an he does of all the other pr...

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

DAILY NEWS. OHAJRLKSTOJNT. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1805. TciKKK moulu HBEM to lio extreme ?olicitudo in certain sections of thin Union to tent tlio loyally of thin and other Southern State?. Our fellow-citizens and friend? of the New Kng Iahd States, and those in other ?cotions of the North most in sympathy with tho people of those Slates, seem to lie hardost of belief upon this subject. Exi>rcssions arc unsatisfactory; facts are insufficient; the aniW/kv?sc is doloctod in every ?Iterance, apparently tho moat direct and unc quivecal; and from an inability to perceive why wc . should be loyal, they have been unable to realize the fact that we ever can be. And wo ouraelvea have conceded the obligation Jio respond to auch exaction?. Uudor ordinary ^circumstances, it would aeem to bo enough that we accopt tho situation, abandon every attitude -and r.xprcuaion of hostility, give up tho institution Which was the cauae of action, lay otT every thing ' that distinguishes us from 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. — 8 September 1865

DAILY NEWS. FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 8, 18C5. locaiTmatters. To our City SunscniBEUS.? We would be thank ful if there is any failure- ou the part of our car riers to deliver tho Daily News, if our city sub scribers would give us immediato notico. Every effort on our part will be mado to socuro an early delivery, aud if tho carriers fail in doing their duty, wo hopo to bo immediately informed of it, TVe nEonET to boar of the death of tho Hon. R. B. lloYLSTON, Spoakor of tho House of Represent atives of this Stato, who died a fow days ago at IVinnsboro'. %We auf. again indebted to tbo courtesies of ^Messrs. M. M. Quinn it Bro. for lato tiles of Au gusta papers. Wo regret that amoug thorn was not the Constitutionalist. Custom House.?Mesara. J. F. W. Wai.tku and Edoaii La/.aiuts entered upon their duties as Ap praisers on yesterday. Ar.nivAT.._Brevet Major-General A. Ames is at -the Charleston Hotel, having arrivod yesterday morning from Hilton ncad. The Convention.?Tho following gentl...

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

DAILY NEWS FRIDAY MOUNING, SElTEMBElt 8. 1805. Tj,-?^ CABL.E?OR. RUSSELL'S STORY. Lay lost, ?Jinn... -,aiA^?,s vj.? r.?? Di?: ammo, l.vc-il loup enough lo ?li?ni?oThiH refr?h. luto ?'found, found, fourni," so w?) trust that the luekkwa wire wldoh in now lying, wo forgot how many fathom? deep to it? watery bed, will cro Ko:? 1*0 enabled to .???nteo in n like chango of tone : 'found, found, found. Dr HusHi-ir? official account 01 tlio Groat East ern'? voyage, and the abortivo attempt to lay th. cabio, hna fouuti it* way Into tho journals?but the public intercut i:i it 1?>* been m great measure an iicipatcii by the record of resolto previously pub lished. The Doctor, however, bring? hi? clover pen into plav, and ho toils the whole atory with "tho vividness of n real artist, who know? how to invest oven the driest scientific toehniealitica with n melo-dramatic attractiveness that is certain to ?neat tho public attention. Take for example biB doHcription of the snapping of tho cable, ...

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. — 9 September 1865

VOL. I....NO. 34. CHARLESTON, S. C, SATURDAY, HEP'IKMBEH 0, 18G5. PRICE FIVE CENTSL THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, CATHCART, lltcMILLAN & MOUTON, rnopKiEToiis. Ko. 18 HAYNE-STEEET. TERMS-CASH. DAILY?ONE YEAH.-SIO.OO DAILY?SIX MONTHS.ii.OO DAILY-TURBE MONTHS.?.50 fl6ff- H'"K'c Copies FIVE CENTS. JW News Dealers supplied at a liberal discount. ADVERTISING. Odo Square, Ten Lines, one insertion, ONE DOL LAR AND.xTF.CY CENT-^ Each continuation, SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS. * Loss than t square, FIFTEEN CENTS PER LINE for first Insertion ; HALF PKICE for each continuation. The following arc the Agents for this paper: JOSEPH H. SEARS, "New South," Uilt.m Head. H. L. DARR, Sumter, S. C. J. T. HEIJSUMAN, "Journal office," Caradcn, S. C. J. W. BROWN, "Southerner office," Darlington, S. C. G. L. PRATT. Columbia. M. M. QUINN ,t URO., Augusta, Ga. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga. Mr. AUG. BRENTANO. NO. 708 Broadway, New York, has always the latest dates of the Daily News, as he does of all the other principal jo...

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. — 9 September 1865

JDAILY NEWS. "'CHARL?ST?N7' _?*? SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER !), 1863. In ouii USUB of yesterday wo took occasion to I prcsont that tbe condition of the South is a sufli- ! cicnt guarantee of her fidelity to the Union; that j tho States of the* South must, of necessity, accept their former relations to tho General Government; that there is no room for the supposition that they will incline to test again the powers of that Government; none that, by any possibility, they could be successful; and that, in the face of facts like these, it was unnecessary and gratuitous to i -ask or offer asseverations of a fidelity to which the j acts themselves afford the most conclusive and un answerable attestation. But, in the persistent demand for such assur ances, and in the continued assertion that they aro insufficient, there would seem to be the pul poso that they shall bo bisufticieut? that there is not, in fact, the wish to find us clear; that the charge itself is more pleasant than the refut...

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. — 9 September 1865

DAILY NEWS. SATURDAY MORNING, 8BPTBMBBB. 9. 1865. LOCAL MATTERS. ?Idlitart.?It will bo soon by an order which apposrs in our paper to-day, that Brovct Major General OOABLSS Dsvsm assumes command of ibis District. A Gkkkuous Ofpeb.?Tho South Carolina Rail road Company, au also tbo Northeastern Railroad Company, have both offorod, with commendable Jkindncss, lo convey to and from Columbia tho gentlemen elected to tho Convention. Tni: Hasboii Master.?Capt. Smm.i-v P. Toa IfER, who was tbo Harbor Master at thia port be fore tbo war, has lately boon roappointed by tho military authorities here. Ho took possession of bis office and commenced hit* duties yesterday. Ateleobaphic dispatch has boon received which states that tho steamship Granada, of tho Levar line, left Now York on Thursday last, and will consequently arrive boro on to-morrow. Trade?The stcamabips from tho North which liftve arrived bore lately have all brought largo and vnluablo cargoes, and, in some instances, have bad to ...

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. — 9 September 1865

DAILY NEWS. 'SATURDAY MOKN?N?. SKPTKMHElt 9, 1805. MailH to CHimi ?nul Jupuii. The only responso t?> ihc cull i>f tito Postmaster Oonoral for mail service between Sim Francisco nn?l China: Sandwich vfa Islands, authorized by Act approved February 17, 1865, came from the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, ami was accept ed by the Department. The compensation there for Is #500,000 por annum ft? tlio perfornianco of twelve round trips between San Francisco und Hong Kong (China), touching at Honolulu, in the Sandwich Islands, und Kanagawa, in Japan. Tlio company uro to build for the service four first cliiHH American eiilc-wheol steamships; of from 8800 to lono tiins burdens oaeb, Government mea surement, to be constructed of the best materials nnd after the moat approved modo), with all the modern improvements adapte?! to sea-going steamships of the first class. The first steamer to leave San Francisco with the mails for Japan and China on or before the first of January, 181J7, and ...

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. — 11 September 1865

vor,. I....NO. ar>. CHARLESTON, S.O., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1805. PRICE FIVE ( KNTS, 'J'I-IE c CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, f ?ATHCART, KeSULLAK ?fc XOBTOX, "i PBorr.iETor.8, i No. 18 HAYNE-STRE?T. U TK?iMS?*: ASII. ? l r>Aii/i-.o*i4V'.Yi:\u.?io.ooji DAIIT.'- Six MONTH''-. "? ?O j *DMi.Y-*t*i5.?;r.r. month?.*~">o I jtf?r Si. ,-!o Copies FIYK CENTS. ' i jgff- ?H ?vs Dealers awprued et a liberal discount. j j i ADVERTISING. j, b'no Square, Tr* T.it.e?, ?me inf-rtloii, ONE D-3tr , Jr.AR AND FIFTf ..ENTS. '"Each conthma?ten, s!:vr.NTY-rivr. CKSTS. Ixiss than a s?p::_-.-, FIFTEEN CESTO VKR I.I"SE for -flrst insertion ; ?tALF PRICE for each continuation. Tho followiii'i: are the Af-enls for this papers JOSEPH ?I. sEAK-S, " New Sou;b," Hilton Head. H. L. DARU, Suinter, S. C. N J. T. HT.KteRMA?", "'.Tournaioffice," Caraden. S. V. J. Vf. BR?WN, - Southerner c>?heo,M DarSngton, S. C. G. I,.TK\tfI*T. Colui.il.ift, "M. M. t?l-rXX k '''?O., Augusta, Ga. "H. "BSfSHtUli, Savannah, Ga. MY. At...

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. — 11 September 1865

DAILY NEWS. CHARLESTON:. MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1805. Tiik Qi'K-sTioN" as to the ultimata effects of eman cipation on tho negro rue.? continually arises, und thcro nro various oploloa?aatott?i?ltttloti. Tuca? ? aro (greatly influenced by individual fooling? Mon inlluoncod by a sentiment of roiMigiuuKso to tho negro?which feeling, however, strangely enough, exists to tho greatest extent among those who havo had the least to ?1?> with them?have a com mon liolicf that they must ultimately perish; that they cannot staml tin; trials of freedom?cannot practice tho Hclf-govcrnmcnt necessary to subsist ence und well-being?cauuot resist the pressure of a constantly advancing competition from tin- la borers of the North and Europe, and ?net yield, therefore, as lighter bodies yield to denser,: and, accepting thin solution, they arc ready to concur in measures, yield to tendencies, that lead to that result. For ourselves, however, we must h.*i.v we arc not willing to accept of that s...

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. — 11 September 1865

DAILY NEWS MONDAY SCORNING, SEPTEMBER 11. 1805. LOCAL MATTEKS. Messrs. Quinn ?. Biiothkb httvo laid on our ta ble late Ules of Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi paper?, for which WO aro moat thankful. It ig with deep sorrow that wo aiinounco tlio death of Major William Laval, which took place ?omo daya ago ago, at tho town of Greenville, hi this State. He had for year? filled many offices of triiBt nmongat uawith great fidelity, and noouo was regarded higher than ho as nn honorable citi zen, l?o endeavored to fulfill his dutiea aa a Chriatiau in this world, and ho has gone, wo hope, to meet hia reward in anothor. The CoLusiniA Phatnix niakeB montion that Mr. -Joseph Daniel Pope, long known aa a prominent planter on tho seaboard of South-Carolina, haa made, under the auspices of Major-General Q. A. GiLLiioai:, a tour through aomo of the Parishes of lower Carolina, which have been worked by the freedmcu. The report is aaid to be moderato in tone, entirely free from prejudice, unique in...

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. — 11 September 1865

DAILY NEWS. MONDAY M01{N1NU7SE1>TEM1JEK l?. l?l''5. ALEXANDER II. STI',l'Hi:\s IN PI.ISON. [I'rnm the ?tost?n Journal.] Not for three lonj; years has tho securo and BC i-??badet, fortress in Boston Harbor, known as Fort Warron, been ho barren of Con?cilcrato prisoners, Jn point of numbers, a? at the present turn?. Since tho sudden and fatal explosion of tho Southern Confederacy, and Uiemsi-ffeataiwearauceBOT loy- \ altv to the Union on the part of tlioso caged with- ! in ilH strong walls, tin? number of prisoners at ; l-'ort Warren ban rapidly diminished. Through UlO uniform lenity of UlO Government which th??y conspired to destroy, several hundred have been | released from the l-'ort within n lew weeks, after goiiif,' through the formality of holding up tha right hand and ?wearing allegiance to the country which forgives them the eriine of treason. The oath which they subscribe to is tho ordinary oath i of allegiance. Tho majority of the prisoner? confined in the fort at the clo...

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. — 12 September 1865

VOI_. I....NO. 36. CHARLESTON, S.O., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBElt 13, I860. PRICE FIVE CENTS. TUB DHARLEHTOi. DAILY NEWS, cathcaut, McMillan & morton, PROPRIETORS, _STo. IB HAYNE-STEEET. TKI-MS-CASH. SvA?LY?ON E YEAR.81G.OO DALLY?SIX MONTHS.?WW DAILY?TURFd*. MONTHS.? <*?<> ?_- Single Copies FIVE CENTS. JBB-News Dealers supplied at a liberal discount. ADVEUTISLVG. Ono Rquaro, To? I.lues, one int-crtion, ONE *DOL XAR AND FIFTY CF.NTS. Each continuation, SKVENTY-F1VE CENTS. "Less than asquurc, FIFTEEN CENTS PER "LTNE for first Insertion : HALF PRICE for each continuation. The following aro the Agents for this paper: _ OSEFU II. SEARS, New South," Hilton Head. H. L. DARR, SuHiter, 8. C. _. T, HERSHMAN, "Journal office," Camden, S. C. J. W. BROWN, "Southerner office," Darlington, 3. C. ?. *L. PRATT, Criumbta. M. M. QUINN Sz BRO., A-gorla, Ga. If. E8TELL, Savannah, (in. Mr. AUG. BRENTANO, NO, "70S Broadway, New York, Sins always tho latest date? of the Dail- News, as ho docs of aR tho...

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. — 12 September 1865

DAILY NEWS. OHABLE8TON. TUESDAY HORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 18W. In yesteiiuay*? issue wo undertook to show that wc havo diroi't pecuniary interests in the ?apport ami preservation of otu- colorea population. It was not from any apprehension tlmt effort? will be made to throw it off, or that there are any in the country to initiate a ?tato of hostility againat it. Feeling ha? not yet beeonto ?o embittered as to in spiro an aet of gratuitous Injury towards that peo ple). None hohl than responsible for the recent chango in their coiulition?few even for the irregu larities and disorders which have, almost Of neces aity, resulted. But there is a feeling that thoy are not and cannot become a valuable- class of popu lation ; that they will constitute an impediment to progresa ; that white laborera, from other conn trios, would bo bettor ; that auch laborera will como in number? to supply their place ; that these will tond to drive them out ; and that thua, there fore, without any hostile acts ...

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. — 12 September 1865

DAILY NEWS. TUESDAY MORNIKa, SEPTEMBER 12, 1365. LOCAL MATTERS. In addition to our former election returns, wo havo the following : Neiebeiry.?E. P. Lake, R. S. Stewart, Henry Bummer. Lexington.?licuar-. Boozer ana Fox. ?We are requested to stato that the Mail Btoam ehip Granada arrived off the bar on Sunday, at 8 o'clock F. M., and that aho waB provonted from coming in earlier than ahe did becauao of her heavy freight. FAnDON to Gov-BMOB AiKEN.?We are pleased to mention that our fellow-citizen, tho Hon. Wk. Aiken, yesterday received by mail, from Hia Ex celloncy Anurew Johnson, a full and completo pardon. Mustered Out_Wo are informell that the 33d Boutll CaroUna and 102d Michigan U. S. C. T. aro on their way from up the country to their placea of rendezvous, to bo muatcrod out of service. Tue Rice Chop neab Georgetown, S. C?A letter from Georgetown, S. C, dated September 2, gives a favorablo notice of Borne of tho rico crops in that neighborhood, and affords us the hope that at lea...

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. — 12 September 1865

-DAILY NEWS. ^iiEsbAY~M<oiw??TirsE?n'EMr.i;n 12. ?,*?. COMMERCIAL. lOxjioi-ts. NEW YORK?S?hr Naiad ?">'i"??n?177 hales Tipiand Cotton, 50 bales Domestic*?, Kill reams Paper, 1 case an ?1 1 tierce Bottles, und Abbin M.L-c. Money Market. The following national hanks liavo been established in -what were once the receded States: iViirnt?. J.vcation. Capital. Bank of Selma.Seltna. Ala.f l'W.000 Havannab Batik.Savannah, ? ia. 100.000 First.....Now Orleans, La-GQO.OQQ National Bank......".Vickabutg, Miss.... 00,000 Tir?t .Charlotte, N. C. 60,000 Kirnt.Kii.'xvllle, Tenu_ r.O.i'oo First .Nashville, Tenu_100,000 Second.Nushvlll?', Tenu_ lOO.OOO Third.Nashville, Tenn_ 100,000 i "First....'.:.Memphis, Tenu_100.000 I Tennessee Bank.Mi mphis, T.nn_ 100.000 -Merchants' Bank.Memphis, Tenu_250.000 i First.Richmond, Va. luo.uoo Hank of Virginia.Richmond, Va. 100.000 Exchange Bank.Richmond, Va. ?oo.oim I First.Norfolk, Va. 100,000 Exchange Bank.Norf.ilk, Va. lOO.O?d | First.Petersburg, Vn. 130,0...

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. — 13 September 1865

VOL. I....NO. ?7. CHARLESTON, S.O., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1805. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, CATllCAJRT, Mc-IILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS,' No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. TERMS?CASK. ?ATL??OWE YEAR.S1O.O0 DAILY?SIX MONTHS.(?AtO DAILY?THREE MONTHS.??50 ?g- Single Copies FIVE CENTS. J9?* New? Dealers supplied at a lib'-ral discount ADVERTISING. Ono Square, Tci\ Lines, one insertion, ONE DOX XAR AND FIFTY CENTS. Eich continuation, SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS. Loss than a ?quare, FIFTEEN CENTS PEn LINT, fer first iusortion ; HALF Pl'.lCE for each continuation. Tho following arc the Agents for this rapcr: JOSEPH H. 8EARS,-'New South," Hilton Head. H. L. DARK, Suinter, S. C. J. T. HHHSUMAN, " Journal office," Camdcn, S. <J. J. M. BROWN, "Southerner office," Darlington, S. C. G. L. PRATT, Columbia. M. M. QUINN k BRO., Augusta, Ga. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga. Mr. AUG. BRENTANO, NO. 708 Broadway, New York, lias always tho latest dates of the Daily News,-as ho docs of ail the other princip...

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. — 13 September 1865

JDAILY NEWS. "^H?BLESTON. " WEDNESDAY MO UN I NO. SEPTEMBER 13, 18155. Tue editorial conductor of this journal leaves the city to-day for Now York to make arrange incnta whoreby the Daily Nkws will be greatly improved. At au early dato a large Tri-woekly and Weekly will be issued, and other arrange* merits will bo made to insure for our establish xnent every accessory which a livo and enterpris ing journal should possess. During tho next session of Congress?which ; 'will bo one of the moat important sessions held ni?eo the Government was formed?oue of tho ablest and most experienced journalists in the country will bo engaged aB our special Washing ton correspondent. Every poaaible effort that can bo made, by 113, will bo mado to merit the kind patronage which hae been extended to us sinco our commencement. Tho Daily Nkws ?hall bo an active, livo, and enterprising newspaper. Neither capital nor labor -hall bo wanting to make it such. From all sides wo have received the kindliest'aa-,...

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. — 13 September 1865

DAILY NEWS. "WEDNESDAY MOBN-NG, SEPTEMBER 13, 1805. LOCAL MATTERS. Tin: foi.lowino is a correct list of tho mombora elected to the Convention from Darlington: D. C. Miii.ino, J. li. Bvnu, J. H. Nonwooo. The Bells of St. Michael's Cnuncn.?Many inquiries, of late, having buen mude of the fate of Hurt beautiful chime of belle, whoao sound at tracted tho attention of all ?tranger? who over .board them on the Sabbath, and whoso notes upon tho ears of those who were raised within the? hear ing of Ihem never can be forgotton, wo have to reply, that after being taken down from the stee ple tliey were removed to Columbia, and there placed upon the railroad platform, where they re mained until Gen. Sherman's entry into that city last February, when they were broken up and de stroyed by his troops. Thcso bells had been taken down beforo the evacuation of Charleston by tho British in 1781, and sent to England by Major Traille, of the Boyal Artillery, who claimed them aa a military perquisite. T...

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. — 13 September 1865

,__ DAILY NEWS. WEDNESDAY MO.tNlNO, SEPTEMBER 13, 1805. The Story of a. Kni.in. A correspondent <>t' the London Athenaeum -writes : Homo years since a robin frequer.ieil ray pardea In the neighborhood of PortwnowUi. Wlillo at work, alone or with my children, lie would follow mo about to obtain hi-octa mid other thing? from tlic ncwlv disturbed earth. I ira? very regalar in going out after brealtfaut whon tho wcatliorpcr mitto-. The littlo creature became awareol this, and I eoncraUv found liim i?rchedon a baoUtboni tree, that crow just outside th.? door, waiting for mo. A? soon m I amwaml ho wouW begin hut taring bis wines and ?liowing other signe oj plea Hiaro. He would then movo with mo from place t<> -placa until I began t<> work, wlu-n he woulil settle down very near mo, marching tho gronud, m it was tarnetl over, for food. \Vo continued on these terms of intimacy ?luring tin? Bummer. In the autumn he disappeared, but returned again on tho approach of whiter. H...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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