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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 10 November 1866

SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER IO, 1866. " c7< > M R??<: Ht ;it\Lt, Imports. LIVWHPOOL- Per Br brig Cardigan-3 cases Preserved Mont?, to A li Mitchell; 30 ?'?.Ion 1.milloo Bagging, lo Order; 'J balea Biiggiog, to C T Mllclicll; 1 case Mdzo, ;il)5 Coiup Oreas and Cuvoro, 133 extra Cover?, 9Oral Camp Ovens und Covern, 60 Ulscult OVCUH uud Rim I Covort?, i:i5 spiders witta lins, SO Skillets with lips, to Ordor; 150 bills llottleil Beer, to Knvetiul A- Co; 12 j cases und 3 casto Mdzc, to D Piuil .V Co; 1 case Oil Painting- mid Personal i-.ilccis, to Janies Booth) i box Plato, '1 boxen Private Effects, G packages Person al Kileeta, 1 paper parcel Pomonal l.ffects, 1 caso Dook?, to Ordor; 37 packages Mdzo mid 12 AUVIIH, to C Gravcloy; 7 CSSOH Manufactures mid 1 small Purcol, to Striuir-.i, Vance? & Co; ti casks and 'J cr?tes l?arth enware, to Chlaolm Bros; 23 bags Nalli?, to j Ailgor k Co; 80rj Irou Pots, 16U3 Camp Ovens, 2003 Camp OvenB. SO Biscuit Ovons, 3G Run Covers, 390 Spid...

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. — 10 November 1866

TH1 MLEPN DAILY NEWS, Q. R. CATHCART, EOITOR, CATUOART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS, No. 3 8 MAYNE STREET. TERMSJ?ASH. sinwcRll'TION DAU.y-T\Vin,VE MONTHS. PAILY-SK MOSTOS. DAILY-Til MB MONTHS. BINGLE COPIES. TO NEWS ?BALER?.-. .. . jt_. o- 3Q isr a? s > The toltoWlUfl ?W ?lie Agenta for this paper: W. A. HK?UNGWAY, General Traveling and Collecting Agent. Ilcv. COLIN MURCHISON, General Traveling and Col lecting htjent. TOWNSEND & NORTH, Booliscllers and Stationen!, Columbia, a C. O. IX OOODMAN, Cross Hill, Laurons District, 8. C. j. V. NETHER8, Union, H. 0. Captain W. E. EARLE, Groenvlllo, 8. C. Co!. J. J. RYAN, Barnwell, 8. C. J. T. DuDOlS, Marlon. t), 8.HARDY, Sandy Ford P. O., Madison Co., Fin. PATRICK k HUVEY, Macon, Ga. J. Y. H. WILLIAMS, Clinton, 8. C. J. R. ALLEN, Cheat? C. H., a 0. W. H. LANCE, Grabainvtlla P. 0., Beaufort, S. C. B. F. BRADFORD, Wolterboro', S. C. H. L. DARR, Bumtur, a C. Til AD. O. ANDREWS, OroutfcbuitJ, A O. J. M. BROWN, "Southerner office," ...

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. — 10 November 1866

l?Jfa?l .&***! SATURDAY MORNINO, NOVEMBER 10,18C0. MMEITORATOM? T? STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ?3-TLIK LIST OIT lalCTTKR? XITC. . MAJININCl In the roBtoilioo at tho end of orvo?i WCMtlc i? published ofll oially in T IT El DAILY N" I? "W S evei-y TVidny inorninR. LOCAL MATTERS. BBUTAI. MORDER.-Ono of tho raoBthorriblo ruur dora that baa over disgraced tho polioo anna!? of Oharlo^ton, waa committed lost, night about half pout 10 o'clock in King-atreol, noar Burna Lano, by ono United States soldier upon another. Wo board of it at too lato nn hour to mnko strict in quiry into tho faota of tho caso, but wo understand that tho object of tho mordor waa robbery. It ia said that tbe murderer doggod his victim, who ma Bomowlmt in liquor, for tho purpose of oblr.in kig money, wliioh bo know wa9 in his possession, and that, not boicg ablo to get it In any other vray, bo killed him. THE RUEAL SOUTHEENEB.-We have received WTT>"E onr exchange? a copy of this horticultural journa...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 10 November 1866

SATURDAY MOHNINO, NOVEMBER 10,1866. DIPLOMATIC CORRESrONDENCK. Publication of ?he TWfil Volume-Two Yean' Ccrrcqiomloncc willi Foreign Power?-A? Kxl?H?lt ortlio Mai. liiurlotts Datles of Secre tary Seward. W wmsdtoN, Novwnbor 4.-The third retamo of the Diplomatic C invapondcnco hau nfc lust bcon printed. Tho documents form a part of those which worn cmimutiicntod Inat Docombcr to both Uona?s of CougrouB. Same of tho moat Im portant of their contonto have long ago boon pub lished. Tho former volumes relato, for tho moat part, Ui affairs with England and France, while tho,, third volumo contains correspondonco with all the other foreign poworo, dating moro than two yoars back, aud continuing till near thocloao of tho last yoar. Many of tbo doenmonta aro interesting, though not important at this lato period, considering tho long timo of thou: gotting through tho Govornmont press. Hundreds of pages, as in tho case with En "land and franco, aro covorod with letters, cor respondence and pr...

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. — 10 November 1866

a* SATURDAY MORNING?, NOVEMBKB 10,1866. FROM EUROPE. HOLLAND. ALARMING REPORT- IROil TRK HAGUE-TROUBLE nnswiN? IN TUE MBI-IBBT.-NIW, &c., _c. [From the Loudon Times, October 24.] Becont intelligence from the Hague uoints to nu increase of agitation in llollaml. For tho past few wooka soiiit-wliat disquieting IICWB baa roach ctl us from that otherwise thriving mid happy roin niunity: but wc could hardly lielicvo tho commo tion to be of so Borl?os n elia* actor a8 to b,do any momentous coiiBcqueneos. But when mattera como to thrcrtta of a coup d'etat, and modifications of tho doctoral law, it become? full timo for na to inquire into tho cut?aos of tho disturbance. Tho stir among political partios in that country arises from n variety of circumstances. In the ii at placo thoro ?B a disputo between bia Majesty of Pruasia and King William III. of tho Netherlands. Tho European poasoaaiona of tho latter moko up a no pulation of 8.099,7.4, of which 427,650, or about ono-oigbth, inhabit ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 10 November 1866

fig pm 8*5* 8ATURTAY MOBMNO. N2Yi3?IBEKJ0, 1860' =rr"--"r--'- goiTHBKN MBW8. Tim CoNS-nTCTioNii. <WI?DMEOT IN FLOIIIDA. Ex-Govcnior Main?, of Florida, United Staten Senator elect, a I'jvl mm through tho war, who had tho confidence of Freaidont LINCOLN rind ol Congress, ?poko Ftfd*7 night in Broofclyn, for ?ho BonUi.MfeUo??: wv. lnvo iatUlcd Di.o .imcudmont, and you wish ?i,ni w i . lu.rvi ratify niiolhop. You t.ild us if wo wnttiil nuit fhriUhig and oloct our representativos wmt ti- 1?' ii"' ?t>in^l!--i?P: olw, nnd hy and by YOU will want u:< to do BonwUifatg otoo. Wo aro willing tatnko 11)^ Oonstitntton mut is; but you pay wo miiRt ratilr <?ip:ui amendment a to tho Constitution. W'ii now tWlmv-riUzoiiB, why may not tho qnos ?on ?if i:,o ral ideation ol' theuo auiondinonto to tho Con".ititution bo mibmiltcd to tho States after theso fon Statua aro roprouontcd iii OongroBS, as boforo? & not that fcir? [Crics of yes, yes.] Now, I want lo Inquire of yon, gontlomon, to-n...

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. — 12 November 1866

. - ? . - , ' E . . & (fcrbstfln: a tfo VOLUME III....NO. 387.] CHARLESTON, S. C. MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 18GG. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. -?-?-. Atrocious Morder at Branch ville. [8-EOIAL TO THE DAILY NEWS.] BBANOHYTLLE, November 10.-Mrs. GAnviN and her daughter, whilo out riding on Thursday last, near Orangoburg, were killed by two negroes, who knocked thom in the hoad with an axe. Tho mur derers were arre&tod, and are on their way to Orangeburg. It was difficult to restrain tho peo ple from taking summary vengeance on them. Per Atlantic Cattle. LONDON, November 9-Evening.-No political news of importance to-day. Consola 89_; Fives 69. LrvEiiPoo-, Novombor 9.-Cotton unchanged; Middling Uplands 14$d ; eales to-day 100O bales. LATEB. LONDON, Novombor 10.-At a recent banquet tho English Premier, Lord DEBUT, made a friendly allusion to Amorica, in which bo hoped that any questions between tho Governments of tho United States and Great Britain might bo approaohed in a ...

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. — 12 November 1866

fta[ J?W?IJ pm. ~~MONDAY MORMNO. NOVEMBER12,l?^ ==r:::^ A VISIT TO .MAGN?LIA. ~ - BO? TO OBI XUTHE. Tho Magnolia Cemetery its ono of tho features of Charleston, with milich every stranger who visits tho city should m-kfl Mm*??* acquainted, and resi dents bo ashamed to acknowledge thoinselvcB un familiar Attractive, however, as is this Garden of the Dead, and belonging sufficiently to Charleston to justify us i? callii.fr ?? a fcnturo of the city, it is, nevertheless, situated beyond the limits of tho cor poration, and is distant, three milos from tho contro of population, and for this reason its mossy oakB and marble inonuii.onts are seldom seen by the pcoplo at largo, save when the sharp paiu of pres ent grief precludes all appreciation of tho beauty of Ino spot. Tho South Carolina and Northeastern Railroads both rim within a few hundred yards of the cemetery, but tho trains do not stop there, ex cept on special occasions, nnd, consoqnontly, vis itors to Magnolia must havo rocourso...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 12 November 1866

MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 18CC. COMMERCIAL. Import?. LIVERPOOL-Por Br brig Albert-2100 sacks Salt, CO touH Con), to Ordor. Exporta. . BORDEAUX-rcr Swedish brig Trincos? Louiso-20 bale? Upland Cotton, 110,301 tout i'luc Plank, IVJBS feet rino 'limber. NEW YOBK-Por Moanmlilp Quaker City--?32 bales Vp laud Cotton, B3 balos Hoa Island (kitten, C7 tlorcea Bice, M barrote, 09 packs Dried Fruit, "JO barrels Alo, 28 pBokncos Sumirle?. PHILADELPHIA-Por steamship Whirlwind-SU bal?n Cotton, 100 bnloi Domestics, 7 bulos Rags, 80 bundle? Papor, 75 empty Barrels, 1 lot Sundries... .Per sehr John A Orifllu-71 bales Cotton, 10 empty Barrels, 0C03 boxes Ordnance Stores. Tile Charleston Cotton Marltot. The market on Saturday waa still unsettled, with a fall ing tendency. Buyers, oxpocling lower ratos, aro unwil ling to enter tho market, and tho transactions ore conso quontly very email. The salea of the day amounted to about 136 bales, 31o. Ji lb. bolng paid for Liverpool Mid dling. The lota and p...

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. — 12 November 1866

TUB CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, O. B. CATHCART, EMTOB, CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, pnoriiiETORS, IsTo. l8 IIAYNE STREET. ; I ' TERMS CASH S0BSCRIPTIO?. DA1L?-TWELVE MONTHS.S10.OO ^AILY-SIX MONTHS. ??00 DAILY-THREE MONTHS. ?.?<> SINGLE COPIES.Scent? TO NEWS DEALEHS...3 cent* A C3- E 1ST T S - Tho following ore tho Agents for this paper: ?W. A. HEMINGWAY, Gonoral Traveling and Collecting Agent. Rov. COLIN MURCHISON, General Traveling and Col lecting Agent. TOWNSEND & NORTH, Booksellers and Stationers, Columbia, S. C. O. D. GOODMAN, Croes HiU, Laurens District, S. C. J. V. NBTUERS, union, B. C. Captain W. E. EARLE, GreouviUe, 8. 0. Col. J. J. RYAN, Barnwell, S. O. J. T. DuBOIS, Marion. C. 8. HARBY, Sandy Ford P. O., Madison Co., Flo. PATRICK & inTYEY, Maeon, Ga. J. Y. H. WILLIAMS, Clinton, 8. C. J. R. ALLEN, Chester C. H., S. 0. W. 8. LANOE, Grahamville P. O., Beaufort, S. C. B. F. BRADFORD, Waltorboro", S. C. , H. L. DARR, Sumter, 8. C. THAD. 0. ANDREWS, Orangoburg, 8. C...

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. — 12 November 1866

fat Battl gw$* MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12,1866. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TOE STATE.; LARGEST fflCULATlON DI TRE OTK. I ?.THE ?BTE OH1 LETTERS RE MAINING in tlio PoBtoSlc? at the end of each -\voelc is ?>vil>lis'b.e<l oi?l oially in THE DAILY N HS W S every Friday jxxorniiip;. LOCAL MATTERS. -????.? TAXIS FOB 186G.-Owner? of rool catato aro re minded that payment of City Taxes are to bo mode this month nt the Treasury. A NICE PBJZE.-We leam, through n correspon dent, that, at the recent fair hold at St. Louie fo? the benefit of the distressod at tho South, a large number of prizea were distributed, and that o . the ton tickets remaining on hand after tho drawing, oue was presonted to South Carolina, and that this one drew a five thousand dollars set of diamonds. fe THB Savannah Dally Ncics and Herald contains a long end interesting nrtiole upon tho Publie Schools in that city. These schools "wore organiz ed on the 1st October last, and consist of two grammar, two intermediato...

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. — 12 November 1866

__S__fe_^___?-5? MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12,1866. ~AItTEMUS WARD IN LONDON. Mn. l'cxcii, MY DK.IB SIB :~ I was a littlo dis apiutcd iu not recoivin a invitation to jiuo in tho mcotiiiB of the Hoeial Heionoo Congress. I don't cxackly soo how thoy got on without I hopo it wasn't tho intontions of tho Scioncoie to exelood mo fron? their dolibrationa. Lot it littra. 1 ii" not repino. Let UB romoiubor Hotuor. Twcn'y cities claim Humor dead, thro1 which tho livin Mr. Homor couldn't have got trusted for a Bandwieb aud a glasa of bitter beor, or word? to that effet*. But perhaps it vaB a oversight. Certinly I havo boon bosaplUbly ree'd in thia conntry. Hospitality baa boon pored nil over mo. At Liverpool I wa? asked to walk over tho dock?, which aro nino miles lone- and 1 don't remembor a inatanco ainoo my 'rival in Loudon of my gettiu into a cab without a Briton comiu and pcrlitoly Bhut in tho door for mo and tben extendin his opon hand to'arda me, in the most fronly manuor possible. Does...

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. — 12 November 1866

MONDA? MORNING, NOVEMBER ^186^ " VARIOUS ITEMS. Tho Cuban Blavo tradt" is very lively. The operatives in Fall Hirer nrc on a strike. Tho Round Tulle ia pitching into the club gamblers. Tho Empress of Mexico will take nothing but chestnuts and cold water. A very filling diet. Tho houHo in which Grant and Leo mmlo terms of eurroniler is offered for sale. The Enfield Hbakcrs buvo raised a beet weighing iwenty-uight pounds. Tho principal soda water manufacturer of New York gota out Ibreo thousand gallons per day. During tho last fifty years English emigrants to america bavo ?cut homo seventy millions of dol lars. Tho New Orleans opera folks arc arranging for a brilliant season. Tho authorities of Lima are introducing Yan keeisms into that oity-contracts aro made for nil-cot cars. Lord Biwngham has talked with a lady who lived in the reign of Charles II.--his great grand-aunt. A young and beautiful wifo, of Dalton, Qa., lately committed suicido by throwing hersolf into a well. A Mr. Dris...

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. — 12 November 1866

MONDAY HORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1866. Stnto Itrm*. A mooting WIB hold at Marion Court Houao on November 5, for the purpose of forming a company and raising funds to establish a cotton factory in that District. Tlio book? were oponed and a con eidorablo amount subscribed on the spot. A com mittoo waa appointed to wait upon tho citizens and 'solicit ?ubBcriptions, one-fourth of which is to he paid as soon as tho company is incorporated and *30 000 subscribed. It was decided, after conaidora ble'discuesion, to locate the factory near Marion Vil lago and to impel tho machinery hy steam. Much interest waa manifested at the mooting, and from tho enterprising character of the gentlemen who have tho matter in hand, nothing but success ia anticipa to J. Tho factory, when established, ml] prove a source of wealth, not only to the present gonoration, but to their posterity. Last Monday was a cold, wet, chilly day-of courBo being tho first Monday in tho month waa Belo duv. Thoro was some land sold...

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 November 1866

VOI^lVt? II? No. " i i ii A j_. ^.? -^ ''^ = m -^^^^^ j| ^ -s-'OHA^^^ Per Atlantic Telegraph? PABIS, November M.-The report that au insur ?eotion had token placo in Barcelona, ie untrue. , MADBID, November 12.-A plot hna been diacov *ed iu the City of Saragoaaa, ia consequence of vfaica several arresta were made. ! LoKDbx, November 12:-Telegraphic diapatohee fuvvo boen received, which state that the war in topan had ended. The report of the death of the Tycoon was con irmed. The* London Times, thia morning, say? that, con (idering the diffloult position the President of the "JFnit?d States occupies in his efforts to prevent in raj?ion of the British territory in North America, t would see with satisfaction some compliance with lia request in behalf of Fenians who, being con? riotod of treason, wore sentenced to death; but itajj^vould concede no immunity hf case of an ?fchorinvasion. LONDON AND LIVERPOOL MAUKE TS. | LIVEBPOOL, November 12.-Ootton market heavy; diddling Uplands quoted...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 13 November 1866

TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1866. SKETCHES OP TRAVEL. BY G. W. W. / LETTES NUMBER XIX. HAMBURG, GERMAN?, 18G6. Tho stirring events of tho past few months add much interest to the groat Prussian Metropolis. I spent two days in Berlin, and regretted tho tune af my command would not allow mo a week in this in . foresting city. Tho Prussians aro an enterprising .. nation. "Whatever they undertake must bc exe? cuted on a grand scale, and thoroughly. 'I havo seen no whero in my travels a more striking monument than that erected to the memory of FBBDEBIO THE GBEAT. It is truo, *u.?y nave been slow in offering this tribute to one to whom they aro so much .indebted for their greatness. FBEDEBIC was to Prussia wha WASH? INGTON was to the United States. Ho waa both a hero and a statesman, and is regarded as the Father of his Kingdom. The monument in all its proportions is splondid. The horse on which the King majestically sits is a noblo looking ani? mal, Boventeen feet in height. The entire...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 13 November 1866

TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, I860. COMMERCIAL. Exports. BOSTON -Por sehr K W Oardinor-33 bales Upland Cot? ton, 194 bbls Rosin, 7 bbls Spirits Turpentine 207 tons Iron, 5 Packages. BALTIMORE-Per sehr Americus-150,000 feet Rino Lumber.* I Thc Charleston Cotton Market. Yesterday, holders having in many cases lowered their prices full 2 cents ty lb. below the rates prevailing on Thursday last, buyers purchasod about 635 bales, ns fol? lows: 10 at 32; 41 at33: 160 at 34; 43 at 35; 213 at Z?'4; 50 , at 3G; 18 boles of Jethro cotton at 38 cents ty lb. Wo . quote: Low Middling.33 @ Middling...34 @ Strict Middling.. f..35 @35;^ Mobile Market. MOBILE, November 7.-COTTON.-The demand., has been light to-day, nnd purchases made ohiofly by one bu y?r. Sales of 800 bales were effected at from 35*a35c, th e market closing easier at -a35*c for middling. MONKTABT AND FINANCIAL.-With no new features rn the market to-day, we quote as follows: Gold 146^0148*. Sterling 166al57. New Orleans Sight par. ....

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. — 13 November 1866

In i ' BI mir i i .i '' ~T THE MARLESTON DIM NEWS, G. R. CATHGAET, EDITOB, CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS, No. 18 IIAYNE STREET. TERMS CASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY-TWELVE MONTHS.?510.00 DAILY-SIX MONTHS. 5.00 DALLY-THREE MONTHS.;. 3.50 SINGLE COPIES.5 cents TO NEWS DEALERS.-.3 coats jfik. Gt- B XST T &. Tho following ?re tho Agonts for this paper : W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Collocfing Agent Rev. COLIN MURCHISON, General Traveling and Col? lecting Agent. TOWN8END & NORTH, Booksellers and Stationers, Columbia, S. O. O. r>. GOODMAN. Cross Hill, Laurens District, S. C. j J. V. N ETHERS, Union, 0, c. ! Captain W. E. EARLE, Gieonvffle, S. C. Col. J. J. RYAN, BarnweU, S. CT J. T. DoBOIS, Marion. C. 8. HARDY, Sandy Ford P. 0., Madison Co., Fla. i PATRICK & HUVEY, Macon, Ga. ' ' J. Y. H. WILLIAMS, Clinton, S. C. J. R. ALLEN, Chester C. H., S. C. W. S. LANGE, Grahamville P. 0., Beaufort, S. C. B. F. BRADFORD, Walterboro', S. C. H. L. DARR, 8umter, 8. C. ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 13 November 1866

TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1860. URGEST CIRCULATION IK THE STATE. URGEST CMUTRI IN THE CITY. ?B-THE LIST OF LETTRES | MAIlSriISrG- in the Fostoffioe at the j end. of eaoh weelc ie published of?i- | cially in TH IS D AIL Y NEWSj every EViday xriorninK LOCAL MATTERS. THE WEEKLY NEWS.- The weekly editfon of Tina NBWS will bo regularly issued overy Sunday morning, and will contain all tho latest telegraphic j news, the latest ship and commercial news, as J well as a gteat variety of iutorosting reading mat? ter. A# persons in tho city desiring it left at their j houses, will please hand in I hair names at our office. Advertisers will do well to take advantage of the large circulation of this issue, as we will J continue to send a large number of copies through? out the country gratis, until our subscription list shall reach a satisfactory number. 'THE LEGISLATURE. -We are requested by tho President of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, to state that the Hous...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 13 November 1866

TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1866. IS CRINOLINE OUT OF FASHION? [Paris [October 22) Correspondence London Morning Post.] I meet in tho a!roots of Paria, and sometimes at an evoniug reception, a toilette- of tho period of the First impire; short-waisted, and certainly there can bo no crinoline or iron-hooped anything under a somewhat scanty robe, such aa Lady Jersey dauend in at Almauk's in tho days of George IV. You eau see thc pretty feet, and some ide* may bo arrived afc as to how nature has sculptured the whole of tho graceful female form. It is surely a pleasant thing to contemplate ladies' feet again. For tho last ten yoars, if one writes history correctly, wo mu3t confess we have seen little of that pretty featuro of female loveliness. This bas'been a decided loss,' for nature has wise? ly provided that youug people should fall in love with other's feet and ankles as well as their eyes. At thc promenade in the Bois yon meet with ladies whose dresses gracefully respond to the ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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