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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 13 November 1866

TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1866. Tho~San Antonio Herald Bays the headquarters of the Department of Texas will he removed by Goneral Heintzelman front Galveston to San Anto? nio, on accoimt of the operations on the border. THE Board of Education o? Now York have voted to approve the report of its finance committee, al? ready published, appropriating; $2,522,000 for tho support pf schools during the year 1867. Tho foreign papers speak? of the-continued .ill? ness of Count Bismark, which they describe as a . prostration; accompanied by loss or appetite. Pri? vate lottor? so far confirm filis, as to speak of an attack of paralysis. The TesaB Legislature has got through its busi? ness, and ?8 ready to adjourn. Nearly all the im? portant acts have alroady been passed, such as the stay law, the laws reorganizing tho District Courts, the Supremo Court and tho County Courts, an ap? prentice law, a l?.w governing labor contracts, &c. The votes which have been thus far taken in the seve...

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. — 13 November 1866

PRIVATE SAXES. _ _ Valuable Real Estate in ?rcMalc-slrcel. BY JOHN S. RIGGS. At Private Eal?- ., . THAT MOST ELIGIBLE LOT, on the west fido ot Arohdale-strect, known as tho property of tho German Friendly Sociefr, measuring 100 feet front by .213 feet In depth, more or loss. On tho lot are remaining tho walls of the former Hall ol'tho Society,* sufilcieutly strong to re? build on, und could easily be arranged for a largo school or private dwelling. Abo & very neut two t:tory DWEL? LING, in comnlete order and occupied. There ia also a large ci?tom and throe wells on tho lot, and other walls of kitchen ;tud outhouses rcmaiuing, which eua easily be re? fitted. This is a most desirablo location for a School or a Church. Apply nt COltNjpEi BROAD AND EAST BA'/ STREETS. November 0_itu Vuluitila Ssa Island Cotton Plantation at Private Sale. BT CLIFFORD ?Si MATHEWES, Kcal Es?ate Agouti, No. 31 ?-3 Broad H?rect. For Sale SYDNEY GEOVE, eituaied at Port Royal Ferry, on the Coosaw Uiver, ten...

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

?st KO ? :. "? . "W ' VOLUME III....NO. 888.1 CHARLESTON, S. O-, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, I860. [PRICE EIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. Per Atlanta? TolegrapU. I'\ui", Novombor 12.-Tho report that an insur rootion liad takon plaoo iu Darcclona, ia untruo. MADRID, Novombor 12.-A plot baa been disoov erod in tho City of Saragossa, in oonsoquenoe of which Bovornl arrests woro modo. LONDON, Novombor 12,-Tolographio dispatches Uivvn boon rooeivod, whioh ?tato that the wai* in Japan had ended. The report of tho do-\th of tho Tycoon was con tirniuil. Tho London Times, thin morning, saya that, con eidoriiig tho dUHonlt position the President of the United Staten occupies in his efforts to prevent in vasion of the British territory in North America, it would see with satisfaction some compliance witli bia requost in boh&lf of Fenians \rho, being oon viotod of treason, woro sontonood to doath; but ?till it would oonocdo no immunity in caso of an OIIIT invasion. LONDON ?AND LIVERPOOL MARKETS....

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 13 November 1866

~ T?ETOAYM0BNINO, NOVEMBER 13, 18C0. SKETCHES OP TRAVEL. BY O. W. W. LETTE? NUMBEn XIX. llAMDURG, GERBIAHT, I860. The BUrr<"g ovonto of tho p**t few month? add much interest to the ?rent Prussian Metropolis. I spont two days in Berlin, aud regretted tho time nt my command would not allow mo a week in thia in torcutiiig city. Tho Prussians ero an ontorprisiug nation. Whatever they undertake must bo exe cuted on a grand eenie, aud thoroughly. I havo Boon no whoro in my travols n moro striking monument than that erected to tho memory of FiiEDEnio THE GnnAT. It ?B truo, thoy havo been alow in offering thin tributo to ono to whom thoy oro HO much indebted for thoir grcatnosa. FnEDEmc was to Prussia wba WASH INGTON was to tho Uni tod States. Ho waB both a hero and a statesman, and ?B regarded as tho Father of his Kingdom. Tho monumont in all ita proportions ?B splondid. The horso on which tho King majestically sits is a noblo looking ani mal, sovoutoon feet in height. Tho ontiro monu m...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 13 November 1866

TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, I860. COMMERCIAL. . Exports. BOSTON-Per sclir E W Gardiiior-33 bales Upland Cot ton, 194 bblH Rosin, 7 bbls Spirits Tufpeutlne, 207 tons Iron, 5 Packages. BALTIMORE-Per sehr Amerieus-130,000 feet Pino Lumber.? Tlic Charleston Cotton Market. Yctdorday, holders having In many cosos lowered their prices full 2 i-< uti; ?\ 111. below the rates prevailing on Thureday laut, buyers purchased about 03fl balee, as fol lows: 10 at 32; 11 at 33:1C0 at 31; 43 at 35; 213 at 33).,'; CO at 901 IB bales of Jotliro cotton at 38 cents '?{>, lb. We quote : Low Middling.33 @ Middling.34 (ty .Strict Middling.36 (ty33)., Mobil? Market. MOBILE, Novembor 7.-COTTON.-Tho Uomond boa been light to-day, nnd purchases mado chiofly by ono bayor. Sales of 800 bales wero effected at from 35>ia36c, tua market closing easier at -n35>?c for middling. SIONF.TA.UY AND FIN ANCIAI--With no new features In the market to-day, wo quote as follows: Gold U0)?al48;i. Sterling 155al67. N...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 13 November 1866

C-IRLE? MILV NEWS, G. R. CATHCAJIT, Eviron, CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, I'EOPRIETORS, No. l8 MAYNE STREET. TERMS CASH. .iUl?-JCBUTION. DAILY-TWELVE MONTHS.8IO.00 DAILY-SIX MONTHS. ??00 DAI I.Y-THRFJ?MONTHS. 3.50 SINGH'. 00P1H3.Scents. TO HEW- DiiALK-S...'A ?cn?? A. O- IB 1ST T ? _ The fuUowing are tho Agents for this popcr : W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Colloctlng Agent. Bov. COLIN MUItrCniSON, Goncral Traveling and Col lccUng Agont. TOWNHEND & NORTH, BooieeUer. and Stationers, Columbia, 8. C. O. 1). OOODMAN, Grose Hill, Laurens District, 8. C. J. V. NETHi_RS, Onion, 8. C. Guptain Vf. E. EARLE, Greenville, 8. C. Col. J. J. RY?VN, Barnwell, 8. C. J. T. DuBOIS, Marion. O. S. H?_RBy, Handy Ford P. O., Madison Co., Fla. PATRICK k HUVEY, Macon, Go. J. Y. H. WILLIAMS, Clinton, S. C. J. R. ALLEN, Chester C. H., S. C. W. 8. LANOE. Grahamville P. O., Boaufort, 8. C. B. F. BRADFORD, Wulterboro*, S. C. H. L. D?_RR, ?umter, S C. THAD. C ?ANDREWS, Oningcburg, ?. C. J. M. BROWN...

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. — 13 November 1866

fig lygfj jms. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1866. LARGEST CIRCUL?T??X TN TflE STATE. LARGEST ORCOLATHNf IK TIIE CITY. mrrviJLJc LIST OF LETTERS IIIC MA1NLNG in tlio roHtoilloo at Mi? end of oivoli wools i? pul>lial\e<l offi cially in O? 1I?DAILY NEWS every Friday morninR. LOCAL MATTERS. To WEEKLY NEWS.- Tho wcokly edition of THE NEWS will bo regularly iasuod ovory Sunday Boorning, and will contain all tbo Most tologrnphic news, tbo latest ship and commercial news, as well as a great variety of interostiDg reading mat ter. All persons in tbo city deahing it loft at tbeir houses, will ploaso band in thsiv namos at our offioo. Advortisore will do well to tako odvantngo of tho largo circnlation of this issue, as wo will continuo to eond a largo number of copies through out tho oountry gratm, until our subscription list shall reach a satisfactory number. THE LEGISLATUBE.-Wo aro roquosted by tho President of the Senato, and the Speaker of tbo House of Representatives, to state that...

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. — 13 November 1866

f fot jMH gms, ~~TUESDATMORNIN?. NOVEMBER IS, 1866. IS CRINOLINE OUT OK FASHION? [Paris {October ZI) Cmt.<i'or.(tcriK London Morning Post.) I meet in thcs'rootaolParis, and sometimes at nn eveuiii ' reception, a, toilette of the period of the Pint Fnipsrc; Bhurl-w?totod, anil certainly there eau be uo oriuoliilO or Irnn-hoopod nnjlhiug undor a somewhat Beauty robe, such BB Lady Tersev ?laiif'.l i? .?' Almadia in tho iHys ol Georno IV. Y< u eau Bec the pretty feet, and SOUK ide I mav bo arrived at na to bow nature koa BOulDturi'll the whole ?if tho graceful female form It ia surely ?i |i'<.usant thing to contemplate ladies' foot ?urabi- l-Vr the last lou yoara, if ono writes liisterv corrodlyi we must confoss wo havo aeon little of that pretty fcaturo of female lovoliuoeB. Tina ba>* been a decided lo??, for naturo una wise ly provided that .voting people should fall in love with other'.-? lout ami ankle? an woll as tlioir oycB. At the prouionado in tho Hois you meet with ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 13 November 1866

TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1866. The San Antonio Herald fiaya tho headquarters of tho Department of TOXUB will bo removed by General Hointzolinan from Galvc-ton to San Anto nio. on account of tho oporations on tho border. TUB l?ourd of Education of Now York have voted to approvo tho report of its flnanoo committoo, al ready published, appropriating $2,.r>22,000 for tho support of schools during tho year 1867. The foreign papera apoak of tbo continued ill nena of Couut Bismark, which thoy doscrihe an a prostration, accompanied by IOSB ol appetite Pr? valo lottern KO fur confirm thin, ay to speak of an attack of paralyaiB. -?-*-? Tho TOX.IH Loeialaturo baa got through ita buai nOBB, and IB roady to adjourn. Noarly all tho im portant acte havo already boon panacd, mich JIB the otay law, tho laws reorganizing tbo District Ckinrta, the Supreme Cknrrt ana tho Connty Conrta, an ap prentice law, a l??.w governing labor contracts, ?c. -.?.. The votes which havo boon thus far takon in t...

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. — 13 November 1866

PRIVATE SALES. ?^MOOTKJOIBLE LOT. ,on tho weet eldo of JSSEJES? K?Su a* thy. properly of the Gorman At Private Salo THAT MOST Bl ??y "St v^nA^OO ?W by?? jteU? rnoniuy "~v",-,. on Uw <d aro remaining tlio walla of f?M^ttftSS ??. HUBicl?rtroncto io SfSaS??*?.U ?' AU*a very nest two ?lory mVEL r t? . !,', .vm,.)idu ord? ??<< occuplod. Thora Is also a So , n- -/.mtho,.-. - txmsltOss, which<v,n sirib bo re MUxl Tht i" ? uioA tlodrubto locaUon for a Helios or ? Chnrch-c-ouNlil" ?BOAH AND EAST DAY 8TRKI?TS. November 0_J_^u ._ Valuable Ard laisvs? Cotton Plantation al Private rv CLI^FOIU? mt MATHTCWES, Rcinl K-.i-T.to Agents, ft'?. 31 1-4 liroml ?Ucet. KVI'I'KKV (?ROVl", situated nt Port Royal Torry, on the cowv.-Uiver, le? n?? from Reaulort, in Prince AVil Uam'? Tari di con ainiujj HGl acres, 350 cleared, balonoo in wood* X1? land 1? Known to bo very prod eli vc, and tho location udmliably adapted for a 6toro mid a luuiOi-r yard ft? tho salo of lamber on coniralwilon. Wat r tr'...

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. — 14 November 1866

/ \ VOLUME III.... NO. 389.] CHARLESTON, S. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 18GG. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. [SPECIAL DISPATCH TO THE CHARLESTON DAILY HEW8.] Message of Gov. Patton, ?? OF ALAJJAMA. e Opposes the Constitutional Amendment. MOBILE, November 13.-Tho Governor's Mes sage takos strong grounds against the Constitu tional Amendment. Aftor roviowing tho wholo subject, ho Rays : I am decidedly of tho opinion that this Amondmont ought not to be ratified. Tho flrat section omhodics principles dnngerous to the people of the wholo country, and is applicable to Now York, Massachusetts, and Alabama. Tho third section would bring possible good to repre sented Statos. It would rcduco those unrepre sented to utter anarchy and ruin. Wo aro sincere ly dosirouB for complote restoration to tho Union, and want conciliation, harmony and national tran quility. We feel that wo havo given every o videnco of honest purposo to conform in good faith to tho condition of things surrounding u...

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. — 14 November 1866

WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 16CG. STROLLER'S SONG. 11? .UJCE CABY. Tim clouds oil round the Hky aro black, Ae it nnvoT would i hine again ; mit ra sUii" niv wallet over my back, And if UK'P) H? n0 s,Ur to Ku,,l? - My feet whon day ?? S<>,,n> .. VII shirt my woll<t 0>* otho* side, Anti trudge right on and on. For this of n truth I always note. And ehupo my cou mo thereby, That Nutrir.) lins never nu overcoat To seep her furrows dry. And how should tho hills bo clothed with grain. The vnles with flowers bo crowned, But for Ibu chain of tho bilvor raiu Thot draws from out of the ground. Bo i will trudgo with heart elate, And foot with cuurago shod, For that which men call Chance and Fate Is tho handiwork of God. ?fhoro's a Umo for tho night ns well as tho morn, Por tho dark as tho shlnlug sky; .Hie grain of tho corn and tho flower unborn Hovo rights as well as I. FOUR BRITISH STATESMEN. I?Y r.ICUAKI) OBANT WHITE. Tho recent chango which has taken place in the Adminis...

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. — 14 November 1866

WBDNE8DAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 18CG. A BIUltAry Prison In Franc?. A. Paris correspondant writcB : "Ono of the moat intoroathig prisons in Franco in Iho Ckorcho Miili, Hpociully reserved for tho UKO of military cul prits. Externally it differs not from ordinary places of confinement, and tho prisoners thein Bolr?** havo tho name ?loprcssod air iuovilabl?? to men who aro enduring a course of punishment. The inmates of the Cltereho-Midi aro divided iuto two classes-namely, thoso who havo rccoivod their Bontonco und await tho next opportunity tor bellin transferred to tho disciplinary OorjMl ol' Afri ca, and tho.^c who await tho docision of a court marlial as to thoir Runtonco. Tho curious variety of uniform among tho Hecond clasB somowhat en livens their outward aspect. Many among them havo boon capturoil as deserters, and Btill wear tho blouse or workman's fitiit in which thoy ondcavor od to disguise IhomBolvos. At 8ix in tho morning tbo whole body of prison ers aro paraded boforo th...

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. — 14 November 1866

(?HARLEM BAILY NEWS, O. R? CATHCART, EDITOR, CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, IT.OPRIETOR9, No. l8 MAYNE STREET. TERMS CASH. . '....SCIUPTION L.AILY-?WELVE MONTHS. DAILY-SIX MONTHS. DAILY-THREE MONTH-?. HINf.H'.fOPil-'i. TO NEWS DEALERS. AGENTS. Tbc following aro the Agents for Ibis paper: W. A. HEMINGWAY, Gciior-1 Traveling and Collecting Agent. Rev. COLIN MURCHISON, General Traveling and Col lCCt-Q- Agent TOWNSEND & NORTH, Bookscllcre and Stationen", Columbia, 8. C. O. D. GOODMAN, Cross Hill, Laurene District, & C. .1. V. NETHERS, Union, S. C. Captain W. E. EARLE, GrconviUc, S. C. Col. J. J? RYAN, Barnwell, S. C. J. T. DuBOIS, Marion. C. S. HARDY, Sandy Ford P. O., Madieon Co., Fla. PATRICK i HUVEY, Mac?n, Ga. .7. Y. H. WILLLVMS, Clinton, S. C. J. R. ?ALLEN, Chester C. H., S. C. W. S. LANCE, Grahamville P. O., Beaufort, S. C. B. F. BRADFORD, Waltcrboro', S. C. H. L. D?VRR, Sumtcr, 8. C. TU AD. O. ANDREWS, Onmgoburg, S. C. ?I. M. BROWN, "Southerner office," Darlington, S. 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. — 14 November 1866

Illllllt III I I - '" M WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 18G6. ^ LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TIE STAR LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. MTTHB LIST OF LTCT'X'inrtS ltK MAIISriNCr in tho Pustofllce at til? end ol' isaoli weelc is pul>lif-0?ec? offi cially iti. 'J_ II IS DAILY 1ST B2 W S every "F'Vitliiy moruinc. LOCAL MATTERS. Tnr. WEEKLY NEWS.- Tlio wcokly edition of Tue NEWS will bo regularly issued ovory Sunday morning, and will contain all tho lutoat telegraphic newe, tho latest ship and commercial nowa, as well S3 a groat variety of interesting reading mat ter. All persons in tho city ucsiring it loft at their houses, will plcaso hand in their name? at our offioo. Advertisers will do well to tako advantngo of tho largo circulation of this issue, as wo will continuo to send a large number of copies through out tho country gratis, until our subscription list sholl reach a satisfactory number. 15A.NI; ELECTION.-At au election held yeBterday, Captain W. W. SALE, formerly Tellor in the St...

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. — 14 November 1866

WEDNESDAY MORN INO, NOVEMBER 14, IBGfi. OlKVtO OUT IN LONDON. The following to from tbo graceful pen of Mr. THOM vi linones, ?iu> ia writing lotto? from Lou don lotto Kow Yo* Trlbumttt No\l week 4lio- Michaelmas tow tern bogil?, tbo ,,.," :"rtatiou liiuillv CIOHO.-*, and coinmorcinl and .??&J??Eai London aotUea down to tho regular mill Tor Hie ?ox! "i,K' months. All ollicial poraou ioU ino eel back to thoir departments, mid only ffio Parliamentary nutl fashionable worlds arc Absent" T?I?M ii-l?io timo for Americans to enjoy London if Un-? would only boliovo it, and coora Htnml occasional (or shall I say frequent ) fogs. Hut 1'iev will como boro only when Parliament IH Bi'tiiiir ' nnd thou grumble, naturally enough, I own nt ii?" OXhauotin? dreariness of socioty, if thov "it into tim whirl of it, or at ita coldnoss and oxelnslronoaa, if they don't. Toward tbo omi of lant session 1 heard a very fascinating countrywoman of'vours who had been going tho round of all tho creal part...

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. — 14 November 1866

ffa[ pilli $mz. H WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 18C6. Bp VISIT TO Till. IMMAN TERRITORIES. 13y invitation, Hon. LAFAVKTTE FOSTEH, Prcai- ; m tient of tho United States Somite, delivered an ad a dree? in tho Merchants' Exchange of New Haven |f laat Thursday, giving an account of a rcoont visit to the now territorio, and sonic of the principal In dian t rilii'M : Mr. Fostor said that under on *-fc of CongrosB providing for a viait to tho Indian territorios by .jomo of tho mouillera of Congress, ho, with two others, liad gone out. Ho started, in the month of May, from Leavouworlh. Kansas, a city in tho northeast part of the Slate. It had been, in tho rooolloction of moat of them, tho moat extremo wcatorn point of civilization. It was now tho con _ro of tho country. Ho wont from Iicavcnworth to Topoka, and thoncc to St. Mary's, Missouri, then to Fort Riloy, tlionco wostward to Fort Gregg, at the foot of tho Kooky Mountaius, thon south and wost to Fort Union, tho principal government d...

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. — 14 November 1866

WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 186G. State Itt-ms. The amount of elton shipped np lu lnal report -n_ m bale?. The total,?.'??,?',?'?1>?!^fe wGok7io.n iwufiVi "was 6J bali?, maklnglbo total Tmoinu d.ippoil lo dal? 103 balc-.-2V.?fl South. General S ixl?'" otter* his mansion on Bay Btrcot tor Bale price 66W?. How did hu get it? Mom: RECON-TBrcnox. -His Excellency Gov. On-, tut Batnrtlay. movod uno tho new quarters which have been fitted up as a Gubernatorial Of fice, in the new ?MMco opm}s.to the Court House, known as the ?mik Ihiiltlinif. 'Iho apartments have boon Boloclod and ftimtaSed with especial re ference to the duties of iba Executive Depart ment nntl lb?? location and Burroandlttga wfl_ add much to comfort and coiivonionco in the dispatch of biishit*'.*.--Carolinian. DKCIIVII). - ?Ve regret to loam that Hon. D. Wyatt A* ken who was appointed by tho Governor as iho State Itgcut for the pnrobaBO of corn for the poor ol'Soutil Carolina, baa declined the nppoint inoiit in eon...

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. — 15 November 1866

VOLUME III....NO. 300.] CHARLESTON, S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, I80C?. ?*ri V y CPIUCE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. European News by Steamer. NF.W YOUK, Novombor li.-The steamship Per sia, from Liverpool on tho 3d, via Quconatown on the 4th, han arrived. An activo emigration from Liverpool to Toxaa waa in progresa. The reported illness of Lord CLARENDON is de nied. He was in Italy onjoying porfect health. New? from Brazil represents thnt LorEz, on the part of Paraguay, had modo proposals for pcaco, which wero rejected by tbo Allios, when tho batt lo of Ca??pitz was fought, and the Allies met with n serious defeat. The stook of cotton in port at Liverpool on the 3d inst. was 665,000 bales, of which 200,000 bates were American. Twenty-flvo porsons had perished in a colliery explosion near Newcastle. All Iogitimato encouragomont bad boon officially promised to the deputation on behalf of the Nicnraguan railroad ontorprise. The Paris correspondent of the London Times says that 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. — 15 November 1866

ffo[ pilli $m$< THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1800. [ron Tin: UAILV NEWS.) ISABEL AT~KINETEI3N. (.natur'- o? laisR?der, and mude, and light t-juMN'li.l: . .... Wi'l'lfti" ?<t >. -!. >?"'. ?."?? "> fliyM Wild Is:!-1: Bmmtliug with < its "tyi*. Fllltliltt with ::.:: ? i"!'1 ?-.'. Waklu . In-art? fin* .">?'rl.e ?till bcifuile.1, Isahol. : ?. - Iiilti3**l ra? '?'- ' bappkst dream?, l-r.ir Imlwl! ..?.i ?ind.ii:i-: :.iniio-.i" gleams, "" itero ISHIU-1 ! Kinilliif! wltU HWJI ? Rtaro, Summer's own bloom in iliy race, Tli.it .-wry bl arl imds o placo Fee dear Imbdj Dcltrlon? Ihy very caprice, Child Isabel : Even when >i banlshc? peace, Wild Isabel; We follow as1 ?>?e who roves Through weird and magie uroves, L- i! bv :? Wi*i> ol' Love's Still beguiled, Isabel 1 .Mi. could I ?*eek thy ?iylit, Ci.1V Is-lliol I Win tli?v on perch alight Toataj, Isabel; Win thee lo yield thy bloom To brighten one lonely home KCVCTi oh ! never to roam Say not nay, .Isabel. Ah ! thou...

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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