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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 16 October 1866

The Daily New? TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER IG, 18GG. MISCl?LLAMKOUS IVb'.M . Colonel Carrington writes from Fort Kearney, nuder date of Suptmn'ier 17, that 1,JIO women ori children bavo been captured or injured by Indiana in this district aime I entend it. No train ha? passed without hein?; well in red for ?md protected | to their full satisfaction. N-> post Jits boon be . sieged or so Uiroaiem d that it could not. drive oil ; offensive Indians, arid n; tho samo time protect j itself. While moro troops aro needed, I cat) say 1 am in tho very heart of ihe hostile district, and j that most ot tue newspaper reports aro gross ex? aggerations." Garibaldi has is ?tied a circular 8t"'tin^t{1'!!n ''n has run in debt to the amount of f-otne $21,0?? en undertaking his expedition for tho liberation 01 Italy, and says that .hough tho persons to whom he is indebt. d do not pi tes their demands, tn ey will neverth. less be greatly troubled and some ot them ruined bv their non-payment. Ho [m-ro fo...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 16 October 1866

? HENEY COBIA & CO., No. 26 VENDUE RANGE, OFFER FOR SALE ON REASONABLE TERMS, THE FOLLtfWING GOODS : Zf \ BALES HEAVY GUNNY CLOTH WU 200 colls Hemp Rope 60 bags Prime Rio Coffee 30 b?gs Fair Rio Coffee 60 tua* Prime Lard 100 barrels Sugars, various grades 25 tierces "Duffield V Hams 25 barrels Sut>ar House Syrup 1000 6acks Liverpool Salt, AND. 100 boxes English Dairy CHEESE. ALSO, ' 50 bakrts Superior CHAMPAGNE. . ..", October 10_fjlihB3_ APPLES ! APPLES! Qf\ BARRELS OF APPLES, "BALDWINS" AND OU ?.Piopi'is," Unding this day from brig J)rea Bliss, and for sale by TROUT & AMSBUttY, October Iii 1 Nos. 4, 0 and 8 Marke^street^ LIME ! LIME! LIME! ?)?:f\ t~\ BBL9. FRESH STONE LIMB, LANDING?? ??O\J\J this day irom brig Fred Bliss. IN STORE: 300 bbls. Frosh CEMENT, a good articlo 100 bbls. Piaster Paris Hair, Sashes, Blinds, &c. " For salo low by TROUT & AMSBURY, October Iii 2 Nos. 4, 0 and 8 Market street. BUTTER, LARD, CH??S?^B?uS WHEAT, etc. ff f\ FIRKINS CHOICE GOSHEN...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 November 1866

[PRICE FIVE OENTiS^;TH VOLUME III...,NO. 379.1 CHARLESTON, ?. C" FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER ?, 1866. TELEGRAPHIC From Europe by Steamer. . Haw YORK, November 1.-The steamsmp-??^'a laaian from Queenstown, on the 2lBt ultimo.'l?w arrived. The steamer Jli^urajk'conneoted with The Atlantic Telegraph expedition, arrived at Midway on tho 20th ultimo, with her propeller broken. - Tho ootton crop of Egypt is said to be very The cattle5 plague has almost died out in Eng? land. . A Paru) - correspondent says thafc the Empress CARLOTTA'S malady commenced on her visit to Na zare, where sho talked about the immense respon? sibility she had assumed. [ , , The famine continued in India, and cholera laad Appeared m the famine districts. tobe J ?fl Slave Tirado in the West Incites, NEW .TOBE, November I.-The steameJiip JEagla has arrived with Havana dates to the 27th tilt. JJThere were well authenticated rumors during the past week of tho landing of a cargo of negroes near Inoora and'Cardenas. ' The G...

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. — 2 November 1866

FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER % 1866. THE RIOT AT HAGERSTOWN, MD. EIGHTEEN PEBSONS WOUNDED-A BLOOD? MELEE AND PRISAT POLITICAL DEMONSTBATION. [From the Hagerstown Herald, October 23.] Never in Wostern Maryland has there been such am overwhelming outpoivring of tho people. We Bat in our office window, and for over ono hour watched the passage of the procession. On foot, eight dcopi on horseback, as wide as tho street, in carriages, in buggies, and in wagons, drawn by from two to -twelve horseB, came tho loyal men of loyal Washington Cfeunty. Countless flags waved in the breeze, long;lines of banners were borne aloft filled with mottoes and symbols clearly show? ing how well our people understand the real issues before them, and awaiting thoir decision. The day was magnificent. One of those grand and genial autumnal days chat defy description, and must be felt and enjoyed tc be understood and ap? preciated. Order, harmony, and the best of spirit prevailed everywhere. We never saw so large ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 November 1866

FRIDAY MOBNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1866. COMMERCIAL. yOBKOIf. ?*T rPAXM S-Per Br Behr Advance-?7,816 feet Hewn iSob^; 5400 feet Scantling. 4735 feet Flooring IIO^B^ANETRO-Per brig /eremliOi-198,260 faet Sawed Lamber, 69 bbla Rosin. DOKE6XXO. MW TOBE-Per steamship Andalusia-28 bales SI and 932 bajes Upland Cotton, 104 tc? Etea, 121 bbls Rosin, - ' 19 pkga Sundries, ?9 bbls and 4 bags Dried Fruit.... Per steamship San Francisco-97 tc* Rice, 10 bags S I Cotton.For steamship Quater City-41 bales 8 "-' I and 608 Bales Upland Cotton, 8?' tierces Klee, 9 , boxes Tobacco, 30 Packages...... Per steamship Star ? ? 'of tte South-1039 bftlea Cotton, 80 bags SI Cotton, . 14 ?ercesltice, 164 bbls Bosta, 48 ?bis Turpentine, ' , 62 puncheons Molasses, 2 bales Wool, 1 bale Skins, 4 ' oases Mdzo..Per Bohr Menawa-95,000 feet Lum? ber, 87,000 feet Timber,.Per sehr B N Hawkins 409 empty Barrels, 6 Brass Guns, 1 cask Copper, 2, bundles Rammers, &c, 151 boxes Blue, 1 cask Mdze 1 pack Scales, 30 bates SI and ...

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. — 2 November 1866

TI??iB m mm m, G. It. CATHCART, EOTTOB, CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS, * No. 18 HAYNE STREET. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY-TWELVE MONTHS..'..$10.00 DAILY-SIX MONTHS..,.T. B.00 BAILY-THREE MONTHS. 8.50 SINGLE COPIES.5 cents TO NEWS DEALERS.-.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. Gold dosed jeHterday in New York at 47. The Governor of Maryland Las decided to re? move the Baltimore Polfoe Commissioners, and his decision |haa caused great excitement in [that city. Tho Georgia Logislaturo met yesterday? The Governor and the Speaker of the House oppose the Constitutional Amendment. The Canadian Parliament has boen prorogued j until December ll. " Tho Mohuaoh bands of Utah Indians have sur-1 rendered to General CABSON at Fort Garland, Col. GREEN CLAY SMITH, the newly appointed Gov . ernor of Montana, arrived at Virginia City on Oc? tober 4. The New York Herald's Vienna corresponent con? veys tho idea that Austria is preparing for another war. Tho feeling towards Prussia is still of deep hatred, and ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 November 1866

FEIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1866. S IN SJ1TI?. LARGEST j?IRCULATION I TOE CITY. ?rTHE LIST OF LETTERS RE? MAINING in the PostofHce at tue end of each, week ie published offi oiaOiy in THE DAILY NEWS every Friday morning. _ AG- EKTTS. The following are the Agents for this paper : W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Collecting j Agent. Rev. COLIN MURCHISON, General Traveling and Col? lecting Agent TOWNSEND & NORTH, Booksellers and Stationers, Columbia, S. C. O. D. GOODMAN, Cross HiU, Laurens District, S. 0. j. V. NETHERS, Union, S. 0. Captain W. E. EARLE, Greenville, S."0. CoL J. J. RYAN, Barnwell, S. 0. J. T. DuBOIS, Marion. C. S. HARBY, Sandy Ford P. 0., Madison Co., Fla. PATRICK & KUYEY, Macon, Ga. J, Y. H. WILLIAMS, Clinton, S. 0. jj, R. ALLEN, Chester C. BL, 8. 0. W. S. LANCE, Grahamville P. O., Beaufort, S. C. B. F. BRADFORD, Walterboro', S. C. H. L. DARR, Sumter, 8. 0. N THAD. ?. ANDREWS, Orangeburg, S. C. J. M. BROWN, " Southerner office," Darlington, 8, C. M. M. QU...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 November 1866

FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1866. From Europe. The steamship Moravian, from Liverpool on the 19th, arrived at Farther Point on Monday. The following is a eummary of her mails: The steamship Moravian, from Liverpool on the 18th, via Londonderry on the 19th, arrived off Farther Point yesterday morning, en route to Quebec. Her telegraphic news report embraces details of our cable dispatches to her day of sailing. Mr. John Bright had been entertained at break? fast at Glasgow by the promoters of the Reform demonstration. He made a speech, in which he briefly referred to his approaching visit-to Ireland. He said the moro fully the people were admitted to a fair share of parliamentary power the more completely would Justice be done to Ireland. All the London journals publish leaders on Mr. Bright's great speech of the 16th of October, of which the main points were published in the Herald of yes? terday morning. From Madrid it is stated that ^tho captain and crew of the steamer Tornado are...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 November 1866

FRIDAY 310BWING, NOVEMBEB 2, 1866. Georgia It?ras. . ?Ho! ron '.J RICA.-The Ship Golconda, Captain '?isKn.J.v. cleared sat Boston on the 18th instant, ' .'for Afrio* -/.'"Charleston, The-Macon Telegraph, ri Sunday, saya :.?!.;;;:. ? . Some two hundred and odd of colored persons tit about to f itke their departure from Georgia, |hd.':r t.hn;:"-pjc6S of the American Colonization Society. W -: loam that of this number about one ?nu I red and seventy are residents of this town, JLi fort? cn fifty from Sparta and other places. * 3!h\'V nave ?ict hero, and, from a notice elsewhere, if will bo si'on that they will march in procession flrorn the Second BaptiBt.Chtirch to tho residence of Jfe?. Long, who -will present them with the Liberian ti?lor?. - .. ?-.. . . Th o Macon Telegraph says that the authorities of that City iU'O Obliged to famish, from six to ten ?omv? por day, to bury negro paupers. Freedom is ? great thing for the poor African. "Free to ?tarvo and to die." On Thursday night ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 November 1866

FEEOAY MORNING, KOTBMBBB 2, 1868. s OFFICIAL. LIST OF LETTERS Remaining ia tho Postofflce at Charleston, for the week anding NOVEMBER 1, 1866, and ordered to be printed . In THH DAILY NSWS, agreeably to the following section of th? new Postofflce Law, as tho newspaper having the largest circulation in the City of Charleston : SECTION 5. And be it further enacted, That lists of let? ters remaining uncalled for in any Postofflce in any oity, town or village, where a newspaper snail he printed, flhaU hereafter be published once only in tho newspaper which, being published weekly or oftener, shall have the largest circulation within range of delivery of tho said office. jjy Persons calling for Letters Advertised, should .tato that they are "Advertised." MS" Office hours from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. On Sundays, from 1 o'clock to 2 o'clock P. M. STANLEY G. TROTT, Acting Postmaster. WOMEN'S LIST._ . Achinan, Eliza Heriott, Mrs E S te^^J10 Alloy, Adeline Heneso, Mrs fc'?n Alston, Harriett A Hoga...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 November 1866

f * - *?.' ' ?' ?OlAjME III....NO. 379.1 OHARLE_?,rON' S* C" FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, I860. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. Front Europe '?y Steamer. NEW YOBK, Novombor 1.-Tho steamship Austra lasian from Queenstown, on tho 21st ultimo, has arrived. Tho stoamcr Midway, connected with tho Atlantic Telegraph oxpodition, arrivod nt Midway on tho 30th ultimo, with her propeller brokon. Tho colton crop of Egypt iu said lo bo very largo. Tho cattlo plague boa almost died out in Eng land. A Paris correspondent Bays that the Empre.js CABLOTTA'S malady commenced on hor visit to Na aaro, where elie talked about tho immenso respon sibility eho lind, assumed. Tho faniino continued in India, and cholora had appeared in tho famine dititricts. Slave Tiado In tlio West Indies. NEW YORK, November 1-Tho stonmship Eagle has arrived with Havana t?ntes to tho 27th ult. Thoro woro well authenticated rumors during tho past wooli of tho landing of a cargo of negroes near Incorcv and C?rdena?. The Govern...

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 November 1866

FRIDAY MONNING. -NOVEMBER 2, lSlifi. "THE KIOT AT ?IAGEltSTUWN, MO. EIGHTEEN PBBHOm WOrNHKD - A HLOODV IlKI.nC AND ORKAT rOUnOAL DEMONSTRATION. iFYont the Uajfertteten Herald, October 23.J Novor in Werdern Maryland han lhere been such an overwhelming outpouring of the people. Wo eat in our ?frico window, ami for over ono hour watched tho passage of tab procession. On foot, night deep, on horseback, as trida nu the ?trent, m carriages, in buggies, ""d in wagonn, drawn b.v from two to twelve horses, carno tho loyal mon of loyal Washington County. Countless flags waved in the breeze, lons lint? of batman wcro horne aloft tilled with mottoes and symbols clearly show ing how well our noople understand tbo real issues before thom, and ?waiting their decision. Tbo dav was magnificent. Ono of those grand and gonial autumnal dava that defy description, and must bo folt ifud oujoyod to bo understood and ap preciated. . Ordor, harmony, and tho beat of spirit prevailed everywhere. We never saw ...

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. — 2 November 1866

fjr? pill gftt-ft FRID?V? MORNING, NOVE6LBER 2, 18?3C. COMMERCIAL Eiporta Tor the Wa*?*fe ending Thnrsday, November 1. ? FOBEIQN. HAI.TFAX.N S-Per Br echr Advanco-67,010 feet Hown Timbor, 6100 leot Scantling, H2?, foot Flooring Boards. RIO DE JANEIRO-Per brig Jeremiah-198,250 feet Sawed Lumber, 69 bbln Rosin. DOMESTIC. KEW YORK-Per steamship Andalusia- 28 bales S I and 032 bales Upland Cotton, lot tes lllce, 121 bbls Rosin, 10 pkgs HundrloH, 09 bbls nnd 4 bags Dried Fruit;.... Por steamship San Francisco-97 tea Rice, 10 bags S I Cotton.Per steamship Qnakor City-41 bales S I and G02 bales Upland Cotton, 89 tierces Rico, 9 boxos Tobacco, 30 Packages.Per steamship Star of tho South-1039 bull*,? Cotton,' CO bogs S I Cotton, 14 tiorccs Rico, 104 bbls Rosin, 43 bbls Turpcnlino, C2 puncliconB Molasse?, 9 bolos Wool, 1 bnlo Skins, 4 cases Mdzo.Per sehr Mcnawa-95,000 foot Lum ber, 87,000 feet Timber.Per sehr I) N Hawkins 409 empty Barrels, G Brass Guns, 1 cask Copper, 2t bundle? Rammen, A-c,...

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 November 1866

|ji-Mu:? mum mivii G. B. CAT?:C?VIIT, EDITOR, CATHCART, MoMtLLAN & HORTON, in.OI'l.I-TQRS. No. l8 I LAY NE STREET. TERMS GASH. M-DECRYPTION. D?ULY-TTVELVE MON TUS.$10.00 DA1LY-BLY. MONTHS. 0.00 DAILY-TURKE MONTHS. ?.GO BrawLE COPIES..-.5 cent* TO NEWS DE.VLEIW.-.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. -? ? ?? Gold closed yostcrday in Now York at 47. "N *Tho Govornor of Maryland has dooidod to re move tlio Baltimoro Polico Commissioners, and his decision has caused great oxcitomont in ;that city. Tho Georgia Legislature mot yestoj-day. Tho Governor and tho Speaker of tho House opposo tho Constitutional Amendment. Tho Catiodian Parliament has boon prorogued jintil Doecmbor 11. Tho Mohuach bands of Utah IndianB havo sur rendered to Goneial CARSON afj Fort Garland, Cal. nurra CLAY BUITU, tho newly appointed Gov ernor of Montana, arrived at Virginia City on Oc tober 4, Tho New York Heralds Vienna correap?_ncnt con voya Uio idea that Austria is preparing for another ?war. The feeling towards Prussia is...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 November 1866

figg ?P. 2, 1866. THE STATE. ;i . failli s FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1866. LARGEST .CIRCULATION IK THE C1?, j ?S-TIIIC XL.IBT OH'LKTTRRS XKK- j TMyVINING- in tlio Pottoffioa at tito omi of oubli week in i>u?:>liHlif?<l ofll oinlly in T Ii IO DAILY NEWS evoi-y Friday morning. Tho following aro tho Agents for ttys paper: W. A. HE3CINOWAY, Oonoral Traveling and Collecting Agent ?ev. COLIN MURCHISON, General Traveling aud Col lecting Agont TOWNSEND & NORTH, BookEclIora and Stationen!, Columbia, 8. C. O. D. GOODMAN, Cross Hill, Laurens District, 8. C. / J. V. NETHER8, Union. 8. O. / Captain W. E. EARLE, Orconvlllo/S. C. CoL J. J. RYAN, Barnwell, 8. 0. J. T. DuBOIS, Marion. C. 8. HARBY, Sandy Ford P. O., Moulton Co., Fla. PATRICK k HUVEY, Macou, (la. JTY. H. WILLIAMS, Clinton, ?. C. . J. B. ALLEN, Chester C. H.; 8. C. W. 8. LANCE, Ornhamvillo P. 0., Beaufort, 8. C. B. F. BRADFORD, Waltcrboro', 8. C. H. L. DARI?>.Sumtor, S. C. THAD. C. ANDREWS, Orangohurg, 8. C. J. M. BRO...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 November 1866

FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2. 18CG. Front Europe. Tho steamship Moravian, from Liverpool on tho 19th, arrived at Farthor Foint on Monday. The following is a summary of her maila: Tho steamship Moravian, from Liverpool on tho 18th via Londonderry on tho 19th, arrived ou Farther Foint yesterday morning, en route to Her tolcginpbic news-report ombracos details of our cabio dispatches to her day of Bailing. Mr John Bright had hoon entertained at break fast at Glasgow^bv tho promoters of tho Itoform demonstration, lio made a speech, in which ho brioflv referred to his approaching visit to Ireland. Ho Bud tho moro f?dly tho pooplo wcro admitted to a fair share of parliamentary powor tho moro completoly would uistico bo done to Ireland. All tho Loudon Journals publish leaders on Mr. Bright'a grout ?pooch of tbo loth of October, of which the main points were published in tho llornld of yes terday morning. From Madrid it is stated th.it the captain and crew ol' the steamer Tornado aro ?till im...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 November 1866

i t I fh*l gaiJ^ ?ms FHIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2. 18C0. Gcorglit ?tems. Ho! FOR AFRIOA.-Tho ehip Golconda, Captain T.TtmrvT.T.v, clonr9il at Boston on tlio 18lh instant, for Africa via Charleston. Tho Mncou Tdegrai)h, of Sunday, 6ays : Somo two hundred and otlil of colored porBons aro about to toko their departuro from Georgia, under tho auspices of tho American Colonization Sooiotj'. Wo leam that of this number about ono hundred and nevon ty aro resident? of thiB town, and forty or fifty from ?Sparta and other placea. Thev havo mot hero, and, from ft notice olsowhoro, it will bo soon that thoy will march in procession from tho Second Baptist Church to tho rosi?lcnco of Jeff. Long, who will present thom with the Libcrio.ii colore. Tho Macon Telegraph Boya that tho authorities of that city aro obliged to furnish from six to ton coffins per d.iy, to bury negro paupers. Freedom ia a great thing for the poor African. "Freo to starve and to dio." On Thursday night last tho jail at Brunswi...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 November 1866

.p^-mav HQBNIKQ, NOVB-MBEB ?, 18-6. \ ?PFICIAL. LIST OF LETTERS Bomainlog in tho Poatofflco at Charleston, for tho week ondlag NOVEMBER 1, I860, and ordered to bo printed In THE DAILY Nt?ws. agreeably to tate foUowing soction of tho now roBtofflco Law, as tho nowspaper bavin? tho largest circulation in the City of Cha?lo_ton: SECTION r? And be It further enacted. That Bats of lot tere rcraainkiR uiicfllled for in any Poatofflco in any city, town or jmOj wlioro a newspaper shall bo printed, fihtUl hcroafier bo published onco only in tho nowspoper which bcliiii puhllaheil weekly or oRoucr, nliall havo tho largost cireuia-ou within rango of delivery of tho Bald Cflli'-o. S m%5- Persons ctUIng for Letters AdvcrUecd, should stato that Uioy I ro "Advortlsed." _ ?_r- Ofllco hours from 0 A. M. to C P. M. On Sunday?, from 1 o'clock to 2 o'clock 1?. M. STANLEY G. TROTT. Acbcg Postmaster. ' WOMEN'S LIST. " " A Aokni-u, Eliza Ahoy, Ai? linn Alston, Harriett A Aleiou, Fanny Axson, Harriott E And...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 5 November 1866

S VOLUME III,...NO. 381.] CHARLESTON, S. C, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1806. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. -??? Per Atlantic Telegraph. PARIS, November 2.-Tho Presse Bays that tho alliance botweon Prussia and Russia is complete. It ia eaid that Count MONTHOLON, Minister of Franco at Washington, has been ordered to lisbon, and that BBRBSTHBY (?) will ancceed bim. Roux, Novombor 2.-The Italian prosa denounces the allocution of tho Popo against Italy's conduct. It is reported that Count RioASO&A will soon resign his poaition in tho Italian Ministry. LONDON, November 2.-Consola 89J. 5-20's G8|. LIVERPOOL, November 2.-Sales of Cotton for the week 56,000 balor, BOIOS today 10,000 bales, closing doll. Middling Uplands 15d. The Latest. LONDON, November 3.-A large fond has boon raised hero for the relief of tho Qaeboo aufforora. -*" IXJNDON AND LIV?BPOO?. MABHET. LIVEBPOOL, Novombor 8.-Cotton aotivo ; Mid dling Uplands advanced to lb_d. Sales to-day 16,000 balos. Consols 89^. Fires 68...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 5 November 1866

MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1866. Linea ON THE OCCASION OF THE U1UNUINO HOME OF THE BODIES OF COLONKL THOMAS 1, OLOVK11 AMD HIS IlllOTUF.u, I.I EUI-NANT MB-UM GLOVE?. Sleep, brothers, Blocp I From dureront battle-fields Horne sadly back, upon your spotless shields. At homo to rest. * Close by the pravo of her that j*avo you birth, We lay you in Hie soil that on tho earth Yo loved the best. 'Twcro flltlnf? we should place you eldo by side, Who, lor the same loved causo, so nobly died, So manfully. Lovoly and pleasant in your Uves were ye, Anil now in death uhaU not divided bo; Sleep peacefully. The thought of thoso thot chcerfuBy hove died For her, IB now our country's only prido; Their i'ruves sholl prize. For thom sad Liberty shows tear-stolned cheeks. As spurning Ibis unworthy eartli, she scoks Her nativo skies. They found her there, who upward from tho utrifo Have paused into a higher, nobler life. Thoy now are free. Wo bear our heavy lot as best wo may; In God's good time with t...

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