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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 5 November 1866

[ONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER ?, 186G. COMMERCIAL Exports. NEW TORR-Per Btcaraehlp 8aragos?a-561 bales Upland Cotton, 90 bale? Sea Island Colton, 210 ticrecB Rice, 186 barr?le Rosin, 6 barr?la BCCH Was, 20 packages Sundries, 22 billH Paper. BALTIMORE-Per steamship Lulu-563 balCB Colton, 30 tierces Rieo, G2 bales Yarn, 31 bills Leather, 21 bales ROKH.-Per schoonor Jeaslo 11. Smith-190, 000 feet Lumber. NORTHKRN PORT-Per sehr J M Flannigan-150,000 feet Lumber. Tue Charleston Cotton Market. On Saturday thero was less activity, and tho market was somewhat weaker, prices boing rather in favor of buyers, without any quotable chango. Tho salea amount ed to 120 bales, as follows: 6 at 80, 2 at 31, 0 at 33, 3 at 34, 60 at 31%, 79 at 35, 29 at 35>i, 199 at 36, 7 at 3->?, 11 at S0)_, 25 at 30??, 10 at -. Wo quote: Low Middling.34 @35 Middling.86 (re strict lUidclllng.37 @ Savannah Market. IAVANNAH, November 1.-Tho week's business has boen vory satisfactory. Our city is crowded with pur chaser...

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 November 1866

T-E-L-B OIBIM* DAILY NEWS, O. B. CATHCART, ED-TOB, CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS, Ko. ?B IIAYNE STREET. TERMS CASH. SUBSCRIPTION DAILY-TWELVE MONTUS. DAILY-SIX MONTHS. DAILY-THREE MONTHS. BINGLE COPIES. TO NEWS DEALERS..-..?. NEWS SUMMARY. .-? * *-? Gold closed in Now York on Saturday at ?183. Cotton closed in Liverpool, on Saturday, at lSjd for Middling Uplands. Tho Sheriff and now Polico CommieeionorB of Baltimoro havo boon arrested by tho Radicals. Tho confinement of Mr. DAVIS at Fortress Mon ro, has boon rendered loss irksome by tho removal of the immediate guard upon his person. Mr. AVERT, United States Assossor at Sacramen to, acknowledges tho rocoipt of ordors from Wasb ton to deliver up his office to Mr. BIQLEB, but ho continuos to disobey him. Wliilo Mr. r_A_o_Y was in Baltimoro ho was in vitod to a social dinner by some friends, and the capital represented by thoso who sat down to tho tablo is CB?matod at $72,000,000. Official announcement is modo that no mo...

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. — 5 November 1866

fftv |?tl| gm$. MONDAY MORNINO, NOVEMBER 6, 1866. LARGEST CfllGDLiTIl IK III STAYS. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TOE CITY. *?-x KUI i^isu? OF LEITBRS K.B> MAINING in tlie Po?tofHoe at tlio eml ol' enoh Aveolc ie pxaV>lisl?ecl offi cially inTHK T> A.1 L Y 3ST B3 TV S every 3Pjri<iay morninK. LOCAL MATTERS. ? 0 ^ CliAHGE OF acmEDDLE SOOTH GABOLXltA R AIL110 AD. -Wo would direct attention to tho new sehedulo of tho South Carolina Railroad, advertised in this day's issue. Besides boing moro oonvoniont and agreeable t j tho travelling public between thi? city, Augusta and Colombia, it will be carrying out the arrangement of tho Railroad Convention, recently hold iu New York, in having a through mail train from that city to New Orleans. The change takes place on tho 7th instant. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.-Attention is directed to the advertisement of a chango of Bohoduls on the Northeastern Railroad, mado to suit tho late ?banges on tho through tontes. Two trains will leave the city daily-...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 5 November 1866

MONDAY MOBNma" NOVKMBER 5, 1806. _ THE"RADICAL POLICY. SPEECH or HOB. MONTOOMXO? ULA?, AT LAUUEIV O.UID TO Tim COSSTITUTIOXAL A_n_-,D_O??T_. Hon. MONTOOMEBT B-AI-, who .vill ho rcincin bored ns tho Attorney GonCT-l of Mr. LINCOLN, audwho is ti iiq.ublican of prominence recently delivered a speech al Ltiurol, Mil., from which wo extract ab follows : Thn wiinto n-homo of Um Radicals, an developed in Iho biU of m Thadden* Stevens and in tho conBtituUonal ninciiilrnont voted by lus party, is d-_Snod to lead to revolution and tho upheavals of another war. Stevens assumes in his closing epeoch that ti o ton Kialoa aro oxilcd, because fCoirolel coiibtit.itions were utterly overthrown and have never Leon revived," and adds, "let us now Sor _- tho outlawed States to become rc S_blh_ii bv fro ?lv forming their constitutions by Lill nrnviiloa that "a convention sholl bo hold m o_ihP8tno0co??ituted by tho votos of all malo citizens abOYO ?bo ago of twonty-ono years " and it is declared that ?th...

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. — 5 November 1866

^MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 18C6. _ "SK?ETCBO?3 OP TRAVELT" BY G. "W. AV. LETTER NO. l8. BEIJLIN, PnuBBiA, Soptombor, I860-I am now in tho capital of the great Prussian Kingdom-once the homo of FREDERICK the Groat. Of coarse, I felt moro than an ordinary interest in visiting this city of victorious gonerals. Shortly after leaving Saxony, you ontor a flat, sandy country; in many places the land is too poor to produce oven tho barron heath. A traveller is surprised to find hero ono of tho uncut and most prosperous cities in Germany, with a population of 600,000. Borun, with its broad, parallel streets bounded by mag nificent houses, reminds mo moro of Philadelphia than any city I have seen in Europe. Its large Bquaroa, splendid palaces, churches and other buildings, aro scarcely to ho equalled. Tho royal polaco and museum contain a rich cabinet of cu riosities, paintings, medals, atatuos, oto. The city is oncireled by a wall fifteen milos in circumference, which was being levelled to...

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. — 5 November 1866

BAGGING, ROPE AND TWINE. ?>K BALES GUNNY CLOTH Z& 30 balea Dundoo UaggUig 160 colls Manilla Rope, 6-10, }., ? inch 100 co?? Hemp Ropo. ? Inch, ? inch For?y ?Uf!i;",K WT & BEE. 10 SEA ISLAND BAGGING. BALES HEAVY DUNDEE BAOGINO, TWO LBS. &?K? io close consignments,!*^ & ^ November C niw?3__N*7JL^??^_ BACON, MESS PORK AND MO LASSES. 1 ?r HHDS. BACON SHOULDERS IO 16 hhds. Bacon Sides 60 bbls. Mesa Pork ForaMO,?9bC& BRUNS A BEE, a??SSy ?wi3 _No. 78 East Bay. LIVERPOOL SALT. AT $3.50 PB? SACK. SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, IN FINE ORDER. For salo in lota to suit purchasers by ISAAC E. HEBTZ A CO., No. 201 East Bay, corner Cumborland street. Novembor 5_?_. OLD FRENCH BRANDY. CELEBRATED BRAND-OTARD, DUPUY St CO. CA8E8. 1 DOZEN EACH, FBENOH BRANDY. Kor Balo by ISAAC E. HERTZ A CO., No. 201 East Bay, corner Cumborland street Novomber 6_ BRANDY. .t f\ QUARTER CA8K8 1 Of the old and favori lo brand LU 20 eighth casks J J. B. Goddard. Just received and for salo by MOTTET, HUOHET k...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 7 November 1866

?C_ u, VOLUME III....NO. 383J CHARLESTON, S. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. l?y til? Atlantic Cable. LONDON, Novombor C-Earl DERBY oncouragod a doputatlou on tho Bubjoct of a Niearaguan rail tray. Tho Amorioan vessel Oen. Sherman got ashore .n tho Coroa, and forty pasaongors on board woro murdered by tho nativoH. BI-.ULIN, Novombor 6.-It is said that all tho Prussian army in Saxony has beon ordered to bo demobilized. VIENNA, Novombor 6_Tho projoot for a military reform in Austria includoo universal Jinbility to eervo in the army, tho uso of broach-loading woap .ns, and othor measures. LIVERPOOL AND LONDON MABKUT3. LITUBPOOL, November 6.-Cotton quiet and ac tivo; ealos 13,000 bolos. Middling Uplands 15|d. LONDON, Novombor 6.-Consola 89.J. Fivo-Twon Nttttl. SECOND DISFATCn. BEULIW, Novombor C-A royal decreo rctlucos the Prussians in Saxony to a peaco footing. LONDON, Novombor 6.-Evoning.-The rumor of an alliance botwoon Spain and Brazil against...

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. — 7 November 1866

WEDNESDAY MORNING .J-IOreMBER 7, 1866. THE ROM AN C.VTHOLIC CHURCH. ?taavrmtAZ. laWTTBR OF THE SECOND -,_ ._i.i.i?i.nm nuil HIsIiop? of tl?o United TS(VHI > ?'. < ?...Itll AHSCUblC.1, to the c?crgy?"?1 I-iHy_of Their Charge. Venerable Brethren of the Clergy-Beloved Children of the I.ailij: After the lapso <,f> ?..oro th!,n fourteen yenni it ha? again Inen permitted us to assemble iuPlonory Council, for Hie piirpooa of moro eflcctuully uniting our effort- lor Hie promotion of xlio great object of our ministry-Iho advancement of the interests of the Church of God. God, Indeed, uccila not human agency, although Ho vouchsafes to employ it. ha j- BB?Utnlng our nature our Divino Redeemer sub jected h.m-'clf to its conditions, and was niado Uko unto us, sin only exceptcd; so He baa willed that in Un) establishment and maintenance of His Church, human agency should bo employed, oud the means bent adapted for tho attainment of ita great cud should be solcctctl. Arnon" the means t...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 7 November 1866

WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 18t?G. Guerrilla. Who hither rides so hard? a BOOUt. Just aftor midnight ho stale out, Nows, comiadcB! thorc's his signal shout: Count! "Ono-two-three"-three miles in front Yaukoos in camp. Call up the hunt: Now for tho chase, the charge, the hrunt; Mount ! Sho's killed, that staggering foam-splashed brown 1 Her ridor, gashed Iront brow to crown, Gasps "forward 1"- clutches-reels- goes down Shot ! " Guorrillal"-lookl bis flickering oyes Flash " forward 1" ovon whoro ho lies, Anti the scout charges as ho dies, Trot I Well, here's tho hill, and there's tho camp, And thoro tho drowsy pickets tramp; Our bravo steeds sniff tho smoko and stamp: Pshaw I 'Tia but a chcor, a plungo, a yell Upon thom, horse and man, poll-moll-. And thon tho uamo old talo to toll: Drawl Boo tho stout Major's Borrol fret; Lord I what a Harry-ing yo'll get, As when at Bath, Luray, wo met: Yaukl Ridel-wo'vo an Ashby in each man; Ohargol- wo'vo a Gilraoriu tho van; Btriko !-as ahundr...

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. — 7 November 1866

.X_e_L_B CHARL-?? DAILY NEWS, O. R. CAT?ICART, EDITOR, CATUCAitT, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PKOPRIETORS, No. l8 HAYNE STREET. TERMS CASH. 8-TI3CIIIPTIO? ?AILY-TwULYE MONTOS. DAILY-KIX MONTOS. DAILV-TRRF... MOSTO*. 8?NGLF. OOFIES. TO M5WB DBALEBS. AGENTS. The followinfl arc tho Agonis for Ulis paper: yo. A. HBMINGVPAY, General TraveBng and CoUocting Agent Rev. COI?IN MURCHISON, Gcnoral Traveling and Col locting Agent. TOWNS-ND k NORTB, BooksoUcrs and Stationen?, Columbi?, a O. O. D. GOODMAN, Cross nil!, Laurons District, S. O. j. V. N-THERS, Union, S. C. Captain W. E. BABLE, OroonviUo, S. C. Col. J. J. RYAN, BnrnwcU, S. C. J. T. DuBOie, Marion. C. S. HARBY, Bandy Ford P. O., Madison Co., Fla. PATRICK k HUVEY, Ma?on, Ga. j. Y. H. WILLIAMS, Clinton, B. O. J. R. ALLEN. Chester C. H., S. C. W. S. LANCE, Grahamville P. O., Beaufort, S. C. B. F. BRADFORD, Walterboro', 8. C. H. L. DARR, Uumtcr, R. C. THAD. O. ANDREWS, Orangeburg, B. C. J. M. BROWN, " Southorncr olllcc," DarUngton, 8. C. M. M. ...

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. — 7 November 1866

WEDNE8DAY MORN-NQ, NOVEMBER 7, I860. LARGEST CIRCULATION ?1N THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ?.W-TIIE I-IST OV LWirrKBB I-K IviyVINITiO In tl?<> PoHt?nico at the ena of oael\ w?*olc i? publiBliotl oitl oi_aiy in X XI IG 3D All. Y 1ST IC AV S every ITrwluy iimrtiin?;. LOCAL MATTERS. l?___in SMOKED EE_8, Froah Codfish and Halibut, at Fish Market, by TEIUIY & NOLEM. MEDICAL Coi?i?Eon.-Tho oxorciecB of tbo prceont Beesion of the South Carolina Medical Collego wero commenced on Monday, 5th instant. About fifty students aro now in attondanco, and tho number in daily increasing, and there ia every prospect of a large class. Dr. P. J. P?vn_En baB bcon cboson DomonBtrator of Anatomv, in placo of Dr. 6. Loo AN , who waa lately elocted to a Professorship m tho Virginia Medical Collego in Richmond. TABLEAUX Yrv?iNT9.-We undoratand that tho Indies of St. Mary'- (Catholic) Church in Hasel .street, cont?mplate prosonting, at on oarly day, an exhibition of Tableaux Vivants, at...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 7 November 1866

WEDNESDAY MOBNINQ, NOVEMBER 7, 1S13G. The Aimriir.? Telegvnplii Company-THc Libel Suits v.-i. SoutUcrn St ;u UltoliI? i .?. At tho breaking <>"t of W10 war ?ill the telegraph linos from Newfoundland lo Kow Orleans bolongod lo tho American Telegraph Company. Tho eslab liahTiionl ofniihlary lines between North and South divided Hie property of tho company, mid tho Southern HtocUholderstookchargo of tho lines in the Smith and earned on a regular business under nn owtaniaalion known ns tho Southam Telegraph fjomimnv. The Richmond Examiner states thnt they protected tliu proporiy, repaired tho lines und creeled no* <"'>M and B* ",0 c'?30 of the war uur rendorctl tho Hu?? to IhJ company, which by tho fortuno ol'v.in was ahlo to rosumo itn occupancy. Meanwhile, the Northern atuckholdcra rospoetod tho rights of the Southern stockholders, protected thoir Stock nti'l placed the dividonds accruing to their ?hares to Ihoirrospoc?ve credits. In the full of 18?U, theso stocks wcro lib...

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. — 7 November 1866

fkal gtff_JO?, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 18(50. State Items. At n rccont estate solo nonr Tumbling Shoals in this DiBtrict, a tract of land containing ?00 acroB brought S1915; corn ?old for 83 couts to $1 por bushel; hort??B $H0, anil muka 1128. Tbo above prices iroro nil in gold. This certainly shows "lifo in tbo old laud joV-Laurctisritic Herald. FnnEDiiAN KnUD_Early on Friday morning Mesar?. T. Laniar ?Stark and Trank Fielding, (who wore returning from a fox cliaso, on Stark'B farm), discovered ii freediiian crossing ono of tbo fields, with a bag on his head. Mr. Stark, thinking that au witB not right. Jiailed liini. and asked whatlio bad in his bug. IJo replied that ho had cora, and was going to town with it. Mr. Stark then charged bim with Btonling tho corn from Mr. Davis, who Uves in tho vicinity^ and asked bim to go hack to Mr. Davis' with bim, which ho refused to do. Stark then Btiid ho should go and provo himsolf clear. Stark was on borsoback. Tho decoased took bold of...

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. — 7 November 1866

30 COTTON DUCK. ??MOUNT VERNON" AOENCV. HOLTS NOS 1 TO 7 MOUNT VERNON SAIL . DUCK. Etora-to by 11. M. BUTLER, -toranbcr T 2 North AtlaulioWhart EXTRA HEAVY BAGGING. Ctr\ BALES EXTRA HEAVY DAGGINO, SUITABLE 3^L_^y1^^?Up^-^^^ft1^ BAGGING I BA?GING ! BAGGING ! A FEW BALI? OE SUPERIOR DUNDEE BAOOINO, _r\ l'-ciiil I1- pounds to yard, will bo sold at n rosily low ?guro io ekno ?-oiu.l_mntjnt^lv ^ ^^^ Boyco's Whurf. A line elorU HALF. HOPE on bend nnd to arrive. Noveuil>or7 _ ?_ BALE ROPE. JIlflT ltFOElYEl' .00 COIIH Ten ntftviOt V, Inch HEMP BALH ROPE. I_ stor-o e_il tor i~!o low by 1 ARC1IIBAI.D GETTY A CO.. November 7 3 North Atlantlc_Wharf. BAGGING, liOPE.?iNl> TWINE. DALES OUNNV CLOTH ,10 bile? Dundoo Dogging ir.0 colls Manilla Ropo, 6-10, ii, ?. inch 100 colls Hemp Ropo, >? inch, ? inch 10 bulen llagglng Twine. For Bale by BB?N8 & BEE, November 6 mwf3_No. 78 East Bay. SEA ISLAND BAGGING. -| ?rw BALES HEAVY DUNDEE BAGGING, TWO LBS. JLv to yard. For salo low to close consi...

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 November 1866

VOI^lVt? II? No. " i i ii A j_. ^.? -^ ''^ = m -^^^^^ j| ^ -s-'OHA^^^ I By Atlanti? Telegraph. T TBOSTE, Ootober 27.-Tho conation of tho Em ?presa CABLOTTTA is unohanged. MAXIMILIAN tele ffcrar&ed bid approval of the course taken by her f^physicians at Miramax; >DUt"says -nothing of any [intention on his part to leajcJffaxioQ. _ < _> | ALKXANDBIA, October ^i^Newa^haajheon :r<* ?eived from the lower Greek States that a great ' bined Turkish and Egyptian forces, 30,000 strong. The latter are mffifWM$['M itepsM? ??d ISMAEL PACHA wounded.',1A '.?' J'J.. .. :? il i-.. I The Elections. * f BOSTON, November 7.-The Republican? have 4^e??tfld'tea Congiessmen, which is atoll delega |f^P%wb' colored merf are eleoted to the Legis* h^fi, one in Charlestown and one in Boston. Later ?and'faller returns do not alter the result au indi? cated in last night's dispatches. ? ST. Louxi, November 7.-Gen. PILKS is elected j fa Cgngreat:, in the First District, in plaoe df Ho h GAN, ' the 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. — 8 November 1866

THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8,1866. [Fran the New Orltanx Picayune.] Let Me Sing a Song of t?he Olden Time. Let me sing o song of the olden time, Let mo dream a dream of toe past, "While tho stars gleam bright in their golden light, And tho night shades are gathering fast I would wreathe a chaplet of cypress leaves, And gem it with cypress flowers, And crown the gravo where tho v.ild flowers wave, O'er tho friend of my happier horns, I am sad to-night, though the stars are bright, And my cheeks have lost their hue ; For memory brings on her raven wings Sad dreams of my falten tine. Sod echoes are floating upon the air, The wind is sobbing aloud, And tho daisy and violet blooming sweet, Are my brave soldier's only shroud. . Bnt I'll sing a song of the olden time, 111 dream a dream of the past ; While the stars are bright in their golden h>*t> And my tears aro falling fast _ ? NELLIE, of New OieanB> LA Resolutions of the Mississippi legislature Regarding Jeffter???? Davis. In ...

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. — 8 November 1866

flLTH?BSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBERS, 1866. _COMMERCIAL._ Exports. KEW YORK-Per som? Enchantress-28 bales 81 and G20 bales Upland Cotton, 87 casks Spirits Turpontino, 328 bbls Rosin, 43 bundles Shingles, 1 bolo Moss. The Cb-arie st on Cotton Market. The demand f< tho staple yesterday was lessao?vo, and, in some ins .ces, somewhat weaker in price, hut mot quotably low Tho sales amounted to 491 bales, as follows : 1 at31 9 at 35 ; 156 at 3C ; 33 at 36}? ; 92 at 37; 80 at 37>4'; 00 at STA'. 100 at 38 ; 4at38>?. We quote : Low Middling.- @3? Middling. .- @37 Strict Middling.37>?@ Angosta Market. AUGUSTA, November ft-COTTON.-The market was very dull to-day, there being a stand-off between buyers and sellers. Prices ranged from 35a36 cents. Saleo to-day 210 balee, as follows:-ll at 34; 6 ai 34%; 86at 85; 13 at 35#; 140 at 36; 10 at S6&; 18 at 36K. 8 boles at 37 cents. Receipts, 449 bales. The sales on Monday, whioh were omitted in our last, were 335 bales, as follows:-47 at 34; ...

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. — 8 November 1866

o . THE ! IB?BMl BM NEWS, G. B. CATHCART, EDITOR, CATHCART, MoMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS, No. 18 HAYNE STREET. TERMS CASH. SUBSCRIPTION. ' BAILY-TWELVE M0NTH8.$10.00 BAILY-SrX MONTHS.'.. 5.00 DAILY-THREE MONTHS. 3.50 BESOLE COPIES.5 cents " TO N?W8 DEALERS.-.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. . Gold olosod in Now York yesterday at 47. The Republicans carried aU the States in which elections were held on Thursday, by increased ma? jorities, except Maryland and Delaware, in which the Conservatives were successful. Gen. CUBTEB bas delighted the Radicals with a second letter, which they construe as an indirect attack ripon the President's policy. The Hartford (Ct.) Times says that the barnB for miles around that city aro stuffed with home raised tobacco, worth more than a million of dol? lars. Tho Herald's Montreal special says : "Thero is ?i; bat one feeling among the Canadians concerning the convicted Fonians, and that is, the law must take its* course." . An ocean yaoht race for a purso of ...

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. — 8 November 1866

THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1866. LARGEST Sffl?in?? ? LARGEST .CIRC?LATIOJ? IN THIS CITY. ?STTHE LIST OF LETTERS JiE MAINING in the 3?ostoffioe at th.e end of each week: ia published offi? cially in'PH ID DAILY NEWS every Friday "moraine:. AGENTS. The following are the Agents for this paper : W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Collecting | Agent. Bev. COLIN MURCHISON, General Traveling and Col? lecting Agent. TOWNSEND k NORTH, Booksellers and Stationers, i Conimbia, S. 0. 0. D. GOODMAN, Cross HUI, Laurens District, S. C. J. V. NETHEBB, Union, 8. 0. Captain W. E. EARLE, Greenville, 8. C. Col. J. J. RYAN, Barnwell, S. 0. 3. T. DuBOIS, Marlon. O. S. BARBY, Sandy Ford P. 0., Madison Co., Fla. PATRICK k H?VEY, Macon, Ga. ? * J. Y. H. WILLIAMS, dinton, 8. C. J. R. ALLENrCheater C. H., S. C. , W. 8. LANCE, Grahamville P. O., Beaufort, S. C. B. F. BRADFORD, Walterboro', 8. C. H. L. DARB, Sumter, 8. C. THAD. C. ANDREWS, Orangeburg, S. C. 3. M. BROWN, " Southerner office," Darlington, S...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 8 November 1866

THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8,1866. \V list shall wo. do for Serrants "I In answer to thia question, tho Now Orleans Times makes eomo judicious remarks. Wequofco a fow of them : Tho Southern households, where tho females of a family have taken entirely upon tiiomselvos the burdon of domo9tic duty, are marked by a degree of neatness and order uttorly impossible under tho oareloss supervision and labor of nogro sorvants. Every ono knows of their surprising dust-holes for storing away filth of every description, and their maxim -that "dirt never kills,-' which they carry religiously into practice. The moro superintend? ence of their caroloss labors was a greater drudg? ery than to do it oneself. Whero there is noalth, a moderate degree of energy and good will, and several in a family, the work is no heavy binden upon any ono of them. It is only surprising, in a short time, what can bo done and done woll, of the labor which six or seven servants, in eternal bustle and confusion, were str...

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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