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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 8 November 1866

tty flmSf fgy THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8,1866. ALONG THE JAMES, A JOOBNEI INTO DREAMLAND. It is now seven years since tho present writer, coming in the Roanoke stoamor from the sea. saw rising on the vast horizon of tho ocean the long, green lines of the Virginia Capes, guarding right and left tho entrance to Chesapeake Ray. It is pleasant to return to that ' monti? of Juno, * in the goodyear 1859-a sort of for antiquity now and to recall the sights, and sounds, and thoughts which came to the voyager as tho steamer glided through that wide gate and headed for the mouth of the James. Let me make tho voyage up that j beautiful stream once more, therefore, with the worthy reader. Perhaps, aa wo pass, some scones of interest will attract our attention, and tno ? breeze of the ocean blowing across the page may fan away the dost of cities. AB we nasa, you seo Cape Charles yonder, thrust-, ina its low cutwater into the crawhng foam; and, if hartness had descended, you vrould be attracted...

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. — 8 November 1866

*9 W. J. TRIM, No. 80 MABEETST., BE8P?CTF?XXY INFORMS HIS FRTENDS AND oustomorstlmthe has again oponed at the above place, whore he will be happy to ment a share of the Abend patronage heretofore oxteuded to him, pledging to sell at a email advance on the Baltimore and New York prices. My stock consists of: Choico Sugar-cured HAMS, BACON Fulton Market Beef, Pork Smoked, Frosn (iud Pickled Salmon Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel, in kits and bbb?. Extra Sealed and Labrador Herring? Choico Butter cud Loaf Lard Preserves and Jollies, in endless varieties Scotch Marmalade and fciauoc3 English Pickles and Sauces of all kinda Preserved Giuger and Canton Ckow-Chow Whole, hali and quarter boxos Sardines Fresh Tomatoes, ( Jroou Corn and Peas Fresh Prunes, in jars and boxes Dates, Figs, Livor Raisins Currants, Citron and Tamarinds Fresh Spices of aU sorts Duryea's Superior and Satin Gloss Starch Soper and Ls tr a Family Flour E. D. arid Pineapple" Cheese I E. Morgan's Boat Family Soap Imperial, Young...

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 November 1866

VOI^lVt? II? No. " i i ii A j_. ^.? -^ ''^ = m -^^^^^ j| ^ -s-'OHA^^^ TELEGRAPHIC. Latest Europea ii News. Nsw YOIIK, Novomber 8.-The TFor?d has tho fol lowing Specials : LONDON, November 7.-Tho Bank of England rewired into its vaults in the month ending Fri? day, gold to the value of ?949,960. The increase in ike week, siter deduoting payments, waa ?242, 999. In the reserve notes there waa also an in orease of ?656,970, LONDON, November 6-Evening.-American Bonds ruled this morning at 68@88? Erie Shares are 14 poe cent, tower, LIVERPOOL, November 6-Evening;*-Tho Cotton market opened at the rates of last evening-Or? leans Middling t?jd. The Petroleum market is .joiet. ' CtoNSTAjrrrNOPLB, November 7.-An insurrection has comme need in Candia, and it is of Soially stat? ed that three fights had occurred at Oeliada, in wbioh the insurgents lost 112 killed. All the Spha Idat Chiefs, thirty in number, have submitted. tan PASHA will be Governor of the island. A ? farther concession for the ...

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 November 1866

ffcyjtjttl gm*. ~TNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9,1866. POOR AND RICH. [From Chamlers' (Scotch) Journal.} In t> shattered old garret scarce roofed from the sky, Near a window that Bhakes as the wind hurries by, Without curtain to hinder tho golden sun's shine, "Which reminds me of riches that nevor wore mine j recline on a- chair that is broken and old, And enwrap my chilled limbs-now so agod and cold 'Neath a shabby old coat, with the buttons all torn, While I tliink of my youth that Time's footprints have j worn, And remember tho comrades who've one and all fled, And the dreams and the hop e B that are dead with the dead. But tho cracked plastered walls aro emblazoned and I bright With the doar blessod beams of tho day's welcome ligfct My old coat's a slug's robe, myoid chair is a throne, And my thoughts are my courtiers that no king cowa ^ own; ;_. Tor the truthsthat they teU, as they whisper to me, Are tte echoes of pleasure that once used to be. The glad throbbings ot hearts that h...

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 November 1866

FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9,1866. COMMERCIAL.. Exports for ll?? Week ending Thursday, November 8, DOMESTIC. BOSTON-Per steamship George B Upton-26 tiorcea Bice, 811 bales Cotton, 32 bundles and 1 bale Hides, 39 roUs and 4 bales Leather, 24 packages Old Brass, Copper, Load, &c, 17 hhda and 3 bandies Iron, 3 bun? dles Bags, 9 packages Sundries, 4 bales Paper, 40 Lailroad Axles, 6 Railroad Wheels..... Fer brig Frod Bliss-120 bales Upland Cotton, 400 tons Old fron, and Sundries. NEW YORK-Por steamship Saragossa-601 bales Upland Cotton, 90 bales Sea Island Cotton, 210 tierces Rico, 186 barrels Rosin, 5 barrels Bees Wax, 26 packages Sundries, 22 bdls Poper... .Per steamship Monoka 54 bales 81 and 862 bales Upland Cotton, 84 bbls Turpentine and Rosin, 11C bales Yarn and Domes? tics, 2 tierce Rico, 293 Packages.Per brig Ma? tron-198 b.\les Upland Cotton, 49 bbls Spirits Tur ?entine, 193 Ibis Rosin, 3 hhds and bbls Old Iron, 7 tons Boiler Iron, 14,600 White Oaft Staves.Per Sehr Josephine-...

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. — 9 November 1866

THE flMRLMI MUY NEWS, G. R. CATHCART, EDITOR, CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS, No. 18 HAYNE STREET. TERMS CASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY-TWELVEMONTHS.$10.00 DAILY-SIX MONTHS. 5.00 DAILY-THREE MONTHS. *3.5? : SINGLE COPIES.Scents i TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents AGENTS. The following are the Agents for this paper: W. A. HEMINGWAY, General TraveUng and Collecting v Agent. ! ?I Rev. COLIN MERCHISON, General Traveling and Gol " looting Agent. TOWNSEND & NORTH, BoofcseBers and Stationers, Columbia, 8. C. O. D. GOODMAN, Cross Hill Laurens District, S. C. J. V. NETHERS, Union, 8. C. Captain W. E. EARLE, Greenville, 8. C. / Coi J. J. RYAN, BarnweB, S. C. J. T. DuBOIS, Marion. C. S. BARBY, Sandy Ford P. O., Madison Ob., Fla. PATRICE & HUVEY, Macon, Ga. J. Y. H. WILLIAMS, Clinton, 8. C. J. R. ALLE??, ChCBter C. H., S. C. W. S. LANCE, GrahamvUle P. O., Beaufort, S. C. B. F. BRADFORD, Waltcrboro", 8. C. H. L. DARR, Sumter, 6. C. THAD. 0. ANDREWS, Orangeburg, 8. C. l" J. M. BROWN, "Sout...

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. — 9 November 1866

FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9,1866. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN Tl STATE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. STTHE I,IST OF LETTERS EE MATNTINTGr in the IPostofTioe at the end of eaoh week is published offi? cially in THE DAILY NEWSj every Friday moruiriff. j LOCAL MATTERS. ? MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT.-Ooronor WHITING yes? terday held an inquest over tne body of NICHOLAS J RICHARDS, seaman. He waa one of the ci ow of the ?hip Ida and LUly, and was employed in dis ivhaxging her cargo of copper ore. While engaged in hoisting this, a box of it caught tho rail, and . wringing round, struck him so forcibly as to cause him to losers balanoe and fall into the hold, killing him instantly. The Jory returned a ver? di zi in aceordanoe with the above facts. He leaves a wife and family in Briatol, England. His assets j and effects have boen turned over to the Rev. W. B. YATES, Seaman's Chaplain. CLEANING THE DBATNS.-We are pleased to seo that this work,, which was interrupted by the sum? ner m~nths, has been ag...

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. — 9 November 1866

\9 FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9,18G6. [From the Temple Bar Magazins.] LLOYD'S. ..Tho Bold Buccaneer 'spoke' the Lively Nancy." Thc newspapers say this or some? thing very like it ; and they tell also of the Bold Buccaneer speaking many others, aud of tho Lively Nancy being ''spoken" by many in turn. These and other ships are. in fact, speaking on all the oceans and seas; and although their language is a very quiet one, it is expressive for the immodiate ob? ject in view. Dipping a little deeper, a reader finds that tho newspapers are indebt? ed for this information to a mysterious being "named Lloyd, whom nobody ever, sees,, but every one talks about ; who is re? puted to keep a coffee house, though no one would know where to find it ; who keeps a List aud a Register, but does not sell any? thing at his coffee-house, or entertain any guests. The preliminary condition of all this sup? ply of ship news is, that every ship must have a name, an appellation which will dis? tinguish her fro...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 9 November 1866

FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9,1866. VARIOUS ITEB?S. Sreat agitation prevails in Athens. Southern Kansas is growing cotton with success. Two shilling bank notos aro to bo issued at ilome. A New York court decides that cash means specie. > A. wealthy planter of Mississippi ?B at New York lu ging emigrants to go South instead of West. Twenty rabbits introduced into Australia in 1359, have yielded 50,000 head for consumption. Cuba has purchased two monitors of tho United Slates for $?000,000. Victoria has fitted up an elegant smoking room tor her servants, #? ??ince the close of the war marriages have in? creased afc the rate of 55 $ cent. A man in'Portlm3, who had fourteen stores burned at the late fire, has eleven of them rebuilt. Fashionable marriages in New Yorkkeep Brown, live dandy sexton of Uraco Church, as busy as a t".-9. . :"' . Three-fourths of the Philadelphia Ledger is o ,TDfld by brokers in that city. 'The merchants of New York are to extend relief to the suSererB at Quebe...

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. — 9 November 1866

FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1866. OFFICIAL. LIST OF?ETTERS Remaining in tho Post?nico at Cha?lOBton, for thc week ending NOVEMBER 8, 18615, and ordorod to bo printed in THE DAILY NKWS, agreeably to the following section of tho new Postoflice Law, as tho newspapor having tho largest circulation in tho City of Charleston: SECTION 5. And bo it further enacted, That lists of let? ters romainihg uncalled for in any Postofflco In any city, town or village, whore a newspaper shall be printed, shall hereafter be published once only in the newspaper which, being published weekly or oftener, Bhall have tho largest circulation within range of delivery of tho Mid office. JSS* Persons caning for Lottere Advertised, should state that they are "Advertised." Office hours from 8 A. M. to 0 P. M. On Sundays, from 1 o'clock to 2 o'clock P. M. . STANLEY G. TBOTT, Acting Posfmastor. WOMEN'S LIST.._ Abrahamen* Hannah" ?gnea, Mrs -lames Aldert, Mrs Benj Karo, Mrs W A _ Alston, Julia A Hays, Mary A Aolston...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 9 November 1866

f rec . i . | . VOLUME III....NO. 385.] CHAELESTON, S. C, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 18GG. [PRICE FIVE CENT?. TELEGRAPHIC. .-.-.-. Latest Enropean News. NEW YOBK, November 8.-Tho Worid has tho fol lowing BpocialB : LOUDON, Novembor 7.-Tho Bank of England received into ita vaulta in the month ending Fri day, gold to the valuo of ?019,960. Tho iucroa-o m tho week, aftor deduoting paymonts, waa ??___, rtW5. Ia the reserve notos thore waa nlao an in oreaso of ?656,970, LooDOtf, Novembor 6-Evoning.-Amorican Bonds I ruled this morning at 6_?88?1. Erie Shares aro 14 per oont. lowor. LIVERPOOL, Novombor 6-Evooing.-Tho Cotton market opened at tho rates of laat ovoning-Or kans Middling lC*d. The Petroleum morkot is fOfeta OovmKSTrsoTix, November 7.-An insurreotion hats commonood in Candia, and it is oflleially stat ed that throe fights bad ooourrod at Odiada, in whloh the ina urgents lost 112 killod. All tho Spha kUt Chief-, thirty in number, havo submitted. AEBXT PASSA will bo Governor of t...

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 November 1866

fM ijgjl ?mg FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9,1860. ~~^POOIl AND RICH. [iVoin Chambers' (ScotcJi) Journal.] In a nhattercd old Rarrct pcarco roofed fromth o sky, Near a w??0? SS ?S5?M ?io wind hurries by, WHhoiil curtain lo Ulodw tho golden nun's shine, WWch reminds mo offfchw that novor wore mino rreclino on n chair (hat ia broken and old. And enwrap my chilled limbs-now BO aged and cold T??5"'ffi?iy ?Id ? oil will, the button? ul torn .Whilo I tlduU Of my >">lll> that Tim0 9 footpnnts havo UnAolScmlirr tim comrade wbo'voono and all fled, And the ?irouimi and ?io Hoi*'? "?it aro dead with the dead. But tho ??racked plastered walls oro emblazoned and With ttuwl'ar bles'ied beams of the day's welcome ligbt. Mv old co it 'H a kinn'a robe, my old chair is a throne, And my Uiou?;htH arc my courtiers that no king could For thotrutta ?>?' "'Wt<jU' M a"V whisper to mo. Aro ?io Mhoot ">i plKwuro tbal oiieo usod to bo, ; ?ho glad t'i.-obbiiii?s or hearts that havo now ceased to A...

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 November 1866

FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9,18GC. COMMERCTAli. Kxports for ?I?c Weelt cmllng Thursday, Novc-rabcr 8. DOUKSTIO. BOBTON-Per ntcaniHliip Heorgo n Upton-25 tierces Rice, 811 bales Coll?n, 32 bundles and 1 bale llidcti, 39 rolls anil 1 balea Leather, 2! packa-jcn Old Brass, Copper, Lead, ko, 17 hilda and J bundles Iron, 3 bun dles RagH, U poiSk-OM .Sundries, 4 balea Paper, 4!? Lailroad Ados, ? Railroad Wheels.I'or bri? Fred BIIBS- 12(1 bales Uplaiid Cotlou, 400 tons Old Iron, and Hnndrltis. ?HEW YORK-Per ute.-inialiip Saragossa-601 bal?n Upland Cotton, 90 Dalos Ho.? l-l uni Cotton, 210 tierces Rico, 185 barrels Rosin, 5 b?rrela Bees Wax, 20 packages Huiiilrie s, 22 bdls Paper-Per steamship Monoka 54 bales S I and O?'i bales Upland Cotton, 84 bble Turpeullno and Karin, 110 bales Yarn and Douu-i tlca, 9 tierces IUco, 20- Packages.Per brig Ma tron- 108 bales Upland Cotton, 49 bbla Rplrlta Tur pentine 193 bbla Rosin, 3 hbds and bbla Old Iron, 7 tons Boilor Iron, 14,600 White Oak Staves.For Se...

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 November 1866

MHUBTON DAILY NEWS, O. B. CATHCART, EDITOR, CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS, No. L8 HAYNE STREET. TERWiSJASH. * HITBSCIUTTION. ?A1LV-TWKLV1 : MONTHS. ?DAILY-SIX MONTHS. DAILY-TEttEl? UOSTHE. SINGLE corlis. TO NI?WH DRALBR8... AGENTS, Thofollowin? ure ?io Al?ente for this paper: W. A. HICMINOWAV, Oonornl Traveling and Collecting Agent Rov. COLIN MUHCinSON, Gonoral Traveling and Col looting Agon'. TOWNSEND & NOHTn, Booksellers and Btotionore, Columbia, S. C O. D. GOODMAN. Cross lull, Laurons Dietriot, P. C. J. V. HBTBBB8, Union, 8. C. Captain W. B. EARLE, Greenville, & C. Col. 3. 3. RYAN, BarnwcB, 8. C. J. T. DuUOIH, Marion. C. B. HARDY. Sandy Ford P. O., Modieon Co., Fla. PATRICK & 1U1VEY, Macon, Ga. J. ST. II. WILLIAMS, Clinton, 8. C. J. B. ALLEN, Chester C. II., 8. C. TV. S. LANCE, ?rahainvillo P. O., Beaufort, 8. C. B. F./BRIVDFORD, Wttltcxboro*. 8. C. H. L. DARR, Barnier, fi. c. THAD. C. ANDREWS, OranRobnrg. S. C. J. M. BROWN, " Southerner ofllcc," Darlin...

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. — 9 November 1866

TODAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9,1866. ARREST CI?ICIJLATIOX 'IN THE STATE. ! V> LAUGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ?se -TI i IT? T?IST OF iJicrrr.rH,iTs i-m iv./_ I .VI IN Cr in tho _?OBtolfloe at iii? , end Of o.-ioli wooli in publinliod otH oiully iuTHK DAILY NRWS evory K"i*l<lay mornififiC. LOCAL MATTERS. -? ? m? M-X.ANCH01.V AocanENT.-Ooronor Wurrin- ycB terday held an inquo-l over t.io body of NICHOI__I SionAJtDH, seaman. Ho waa ouo of tho c our of tho ?hip Ida and Lilly, mid wats employed iu dis I oharging her cargo of coppor oro. Whilo ongaged m hoisting this, a box of it caught tho rail, and I \ ?winging round, struck Mm no foroibly UB to cannu _kiia to loso his balance and fall into tho hold, ling him instantly. The Jury roturnod a vor irtiu accordanoowith tho abovo faots. Ho loavcB & wife and family in Bristol, England. His assots and oQbcts havo boen turned over to tho Kov. W. B. YATES, Soaman'B Chaplain. CIXANING THE DRAINS.-Wo are ploasod to see tfcmt this work, which ...

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. — 9 November 1866

FBn>AY MOBNITO, NOVEMBER 9. 1866. [/.Vant ?'ie Temple. Har Magasin.] LLOYD'S. 'The Bold Buuoanoor 'spoke' the Lively Nancy." The newspaparsaay tina or somo thitv very like it ; ??.ntl they tell also of the Bold Buoeancer speaking ?any others, and of the Lively Nancy being "spoken" by many in turn- Tlicse and other ships are, in fact, Bpo iking on all the oceans and so;ia, and although thoir language is a very quiet one it in oxproasWo 1er the immediate ob ject in view. Dipping ft little deeper, a reader find* th it the newspapers are indebt ed for tliis information to a mysterious being named Lloyd, whom nobody ever gees, but every ono talks about ; who is re puted to keep a coffee house, though no one would know whore to find it ; who keeps u List and a Register, but does not sell any thing at his eoffeo-house, or entertain any guests. Tho preliminary condition of all this sup ply of ship news is, that every ship must have a name, an appellation which will dis tinguish hor from ...

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. — 9 November 1866

?2S 3TM3m*i FRIDAY MORNINGjNOVEMBER 9,1860. VA 1U0178 ITK218. (?reat agitation prevails in Athona. Southern Kansas ia growing cotton with success. Two shilling bank notos aro to bo issued at onie. A Now York court dccidOB that cash means pocio. A wealthy planter of Mississippi ?B at Now York rging emigrants to go South instead of Weat. Twonty rabbit? introduced into Australia in 1859, ayo yielded 50,000 head for consumption. Cuba has purchased two monitors of tho United tatos for $1,000,000. Victoria has 13tted np an elegant nmoking room >r her servan lu, Sinco th<? closo of tho war marriages havo in roascd at the rato of 55 tj} cent. A man in Port I ml, who had fourteen stores umod at tho lato Uro, has cloven of thom rebuilt. Faahionablo morriagos in Now Yorkheop Drown, lo dandy sexton of Uraco Church, ne busy as a eo. Threo-fourtha of the Philadelphia Lodger is wnod by brokers in thai oi'.y. The merchants of Now York aro to oxtond relief ? tho ouflcrers at Quebec. A littlo i...

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. — 9 November 1866

FRIDAY MORNING, NOVTC?DJER 9,1866. OFFICIAL. LIST OFT?ETTEBS Iternalumg in U'c P^ol-co at Charleroi), for.lho week osdltig KOVBttBBB H, MM, ami ordered t?bepc-uled in Tus PaXtit New??, ngrceably to tho following NOUUOU of (ho now l'outoilK-i. Law, ni the newspaper having the largest clr.-niall?!? '.' t-"-' City or Charlo.,lon : ?_CTI.>-. 5 Ami ?Jeilimvdbet oo-oted, That lints or lot tan ri-i-1 ?inhttl nnc-fled for In nuy PtntoOea lu ata city, ?MWI. at vill i*-.', whoro a nowspapcr ?-hall bo printed, -h-OhamR?r bo published onto only in tho newspaper whirh b.i.1" pubUsUcil weekly or oftoiicr, shall lim o the taJw.ciNUlatto- wlllilu raui-o of delivery of tin* unid ollie?. ?g- reroous callluf! for Lcltoro Advertised, should gtato that they uro "Advertise-." fljp OlTue bourn from 8 A. M. to 0 P. M. On Sundayo, from 1 OVIIH-II lo 3 o'clock P. M. STANLEY O. TROTT, Actin-r Poatinaeicr. WOMEN'S LIST. Abraham. Mina Aldort, Mrs RonJ Aldon, Julia A Aulston, 1-tsoy Armstrong, M? D H B Barrol...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 10 November 1866

Cjre O??rarle VOLUME III....NO. 886.] CHARLESTON, S. C, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER IO, 1866. rT>7_Tn_? lPiv;r.? TELEGRAPHIC. -m ?a Hy Atlantic Telegraph. LiVB-rooi?, November 8.-Tho stoo-nahip -lraac-, from Now York, arrived at Falmouth to-day, and procoodod to Ilavro. Consols 89_. Fivo-twontioa ?6S? Cotton dull; priooa declined Jd.; Uplands l-l,. dales 8000 balos. P?*__re, November 7.-The ships to bring back tho Fronch troops oro roady. MAXIMILIAK saya that ho will romain in Moxico. DKUI.IK, November 7.-Prussia aooa, in tho ap pointmont of Baron VON BR?ST to tbo Primo Min isterahip of Auatria, an attempt on the part of that country to intorforo with settled questions, which would compol PrasBia to complote quickly and ?uroly tho national work of Qermnny. VHHICE, Novombor 7_Tho King of Italy arrived boro this morning. Tho Patriarch mot him at tbe Church of St. ?Mark, whoro a "le deum" was sung. Hin rocoption in tho oity waa magnificent. Thoro was groat joy, and tho crowd waa ao i...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 10 November 1866

f fat B?fl* i*** SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1860. I T A Ii V P R E E .~" nr DAVID l'l.usro. ?'tS?? S?tlie shores of the noa ; ? writici'aiid sung to the fire of their paget. A i it kin.II. d mid flashed ou tho night of tho n?cfl, Are ful?Ucd, M her VW**? declared they should be. TJIP -rro- ?ii Toolon no longer remains To IWtoS and thrlvo tra tl'o wealth of her plains : Henceforth no barbarian borden ?hall invado hor, . Kohl Harban**?* ?'tempt to degrade her ; Forever is broken tlw 1'oworl that botrayed her To Ilia Insolent, crocl, tyrannic Crusader, Who ?l.ui..lilercd her people aud bound her wilh chains. Tim ?word of tho Onelpli and tho floreo OhibeUlno All red with lui' bleed no'cr again shall bo Boon ; No mer.- B1I?1I abo welter In civU commotion, Nor nick with hor feuds, Uko tho storm-beaten ocean ; Bnt tbo scroll of her glory ?ball name, with dovotlon Her Bing ai:d her ?talesmen, her boroca botwecu ; Wlioeo wisdom and valor tbo Uapsburg expelled From tho sod that tho hand o...

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