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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 17 November 1866

W SATURDAY MORNING, NOVKMBER 17,1866. VAI?OUS ITEMS. [From the Hoxton Post.) Alabama will faut and liuuiiliato on the 29 Iii. Matrimony rage, fiercely nt Now York. ^Cotton spindles aro wanted nt Nashville. Tho Navy Report in boing printed. Bight otoamorB sailed from New York Saturday. Franco han declnrcd war against Coron. ?Squirrel? aro unusually plenty in Pennsylvania. Two hundred patents nro issued wcokly. Ten I litiuH-.uitl have been granted during tho year. ".Letters from llcll" is tho title of a recent Lon don publicaliou. A mau waB accidentally boiled to death in a foundry vat in Troy laBt week. An East River Perry Company has liad to pav two thousand dollars for lotting a littlo boy passen ger got drowned. Having paid out the cabio Cyrus \V. Field is now paying out $200,000 old debt.. Good boy, Cyrus. ^^ Ten thousand negroes have been buried in W^ " Natchez sinco 18130. The Mississippi Legislature has passed a bill to furnish every marnod soldior with.an artificial log. Twen...

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. — 17 November 1866

PRIVATE SALES. Mides al Frica/e Sale. ?Y SMITH Si m-MLIAVHAY. Auctioneer.., Ko. -?V iii'Uiut street. November IT __}_ Cotton and Bice Plantation In St. PauVs Parish, ? RYRjnTii .._Jk_caiz__i_rv_ttAT, Ken! "..iTuV i.i-ohvi-, ?._). .-7 _Ii_.nl Street. ^A^m?aS^?T-?N <?l 23M BCrCO, of which 200 under fen o ? ?i *? ??i elt-tcd cottonai?l rice lund, cjuariera for fo'rt?? i ib net*, inn, ?tablee, (?in, pree?, una all ro tuli _<.<. i---t-l_-Ui<_-<_ I ?'-' o' voo? pj-?oi- liiuil, balance WC- W03-1 ?'.. A TI.'." I*A riON i:i omi Mino Parlai., cl,;1it rallcn from ou-r- Kioiiiiul ;^ ": ' ? U-Hroad. Ofteon miles from the ojiv . . . i I ? ? i?, UWil ???. ?an J. balance well wooded, out) "?.rt'i ?i c I Ri?? i "i1- backed by cxiiiilve lind neve - Culi-J?! tv-i'T\_---. 100 aeres li lust Sen Uland Cot tou ijiimJh ui-tl-r i.'ii?-. lino new ?lweiiini; and etxtoen don! io u ..<.? ''? ":l'-'. Large cotton l.ouuo, with steam coffiuo, W-3c!i driv?e flin- i?r any flapie ol'cotton. AI--.0, ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 November 1866

. VOLUME III....NO. 393.] CHARLESTON, S. C." MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 18G6. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. Per Atlantic Telegraph. LONDON, Novombor IG-Evoning.-This morn- ' ing's Herald, tbo Govornmont orgov, argues tho arbitration of tho quoation pointing botwoen Eng land and tho United Staten. Tho United States Conaul publishes a loiter explaining the ngrcoiuoni between tho Amorican Govornmont and FBABEU, THENHOLM & Co., which says that tho titlo of tho United States to all Confederate property is thoro in fully rocognizod, and said property ia subject to legal liens for advances. Liverpool and London Ma rite t. LIVEUPOOL, Novombor L8,-Sales of Cotton 100, 000 baloB Uplands, 14d. Wheat 3d. higher. Con sols, 904. Fivos 70. -av-ea-?i Washington News. WASHINGTON, Novombor l8.-It has already boon stated that during tho past week tho Frosidoat has had audienco with prominent gontlomon from all aootions in relation to tho prosont condition of polit ical affairs. Chiof Justico C...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 November 1866

"^ONyAYJio^INQ, NOVEMI3ER 19,18G0. FromTlie "Weclcly New?. OUR AyASIIlN<??oV*CORKESl'ONDKNCE. WASHINGTON, November 15.-Senators and mern .416? aro gradually coming in, and wo begin to .* Jaavo some Mc. of tho drnigns or tho controlling piriy in l!ic t nuning Bosslon of Congress. Aa mat tera neem at proton? tobo Informally agreed upon, i a g -ncral eaitCO? of tho Radical members will bo hel 1 o.i t'-o (.vening preceding tho oponing of the . Boa'ji'n. Mr. THADD1HM STEVENS will probably put fv.-r.VRrd A proposition for a joint committee, to whom all reaolnUoiM and memorials (if any) relating to tho'impoiichmont of Uta President Bhdll bo referred without d?bale. If this bo agrootl on in caturu?, and carried in both llouaos, it fol lowa that tina exciting eubjoot ii in a moa?uro ro movovl from tlio aron? of general discussion. It will bo, lu faot, but a repetition of tlio plan adopted by tlie ?arno mon on tho reconstruction question at tho liogiuning of tho prceont Congress. Among the...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 November 1866

flw? Qmty $m$ MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19,186(1. COMMERCIAL. Export?. LIVERPOOL-Per Bhip Southon! Rights-140 bales Sea Island Cotton, 2021 balos Upland Cotton, 201 barrels Rosin, 1 barrel Corn Meal, 1 box Silver*Plato. NEW YORK-Per steamship Saragossa-34 Horcos Rico. . 81 balos Sea Island Colton, 102!) bales Upland Cotton, 77 packages Merchandize, K'j barrels Rosin. Tin? Cliarlcston. Cotton Market. Ou Saturday in many cases factors v.ovo declining to ofTer Ihcirsto.-ks at curront rates, and thcro waa conse quently but Uttlc on tho market. Buyers were looking around apx>nrontly with moro disposition to purchnso but their orders wcro not sufficiently high to cover the views of soliera. Tho market was apparently stronger, but transactions wore limited to about 100 bales, say 4 at 19, 21 at 30, 20 at 31, 37 at 32, 7 at 33, and 5, repacked, at /SO cents. Wo quote : Low Middling..29@30 Middling.31(h)31>? Strict Middling..**..32? Angosta Market. AUGUSTA, November 17.-COTTON_Tho marke...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 November 1866

--' *'-?,-. . .. * THE mumm DAM NEWS, ^ . G. B. CATHCART, Emron, CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, . PROPRIETORS, Ko. l8 HAYNE STREET. TERMS CASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY-TWELVE MONTHS. 510.00 DAILY-SIX MONTHS. ?.00 DAILY-THREE MONTHS. ?-?0 BINGLE COPIES.5 cc.its TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. Gold cloGo? in Now York on Sut imlay at 41 j. Cotton closed in Liverpool on tho lGlh at lid. Tho Savannah tlaoatro will be opuncd to-night for tho flrat timo this acivoon. CALEB C.usaiSQ is codifying tho U. S. Statuten. Another bronk lina occurred in the Erio canal, -noar Palmyra anuoduot. i The health of Marahal O'DONNELL, who is DOW in Patin, ia auch na to cause some uneasiness to hi? family and friends. Gonoral GBANT ia anid to diaapprovo tho restora tion of General SWEENEY to his rank in tho recular anny. Hon. JOHN B. ROSE, mombor of Parliament from Canada, had an intorriow with tho President yes terday. Counsellor DE AZOMBIOA, tho Brazilian Ministor, and Sei?or SABIIEENTE, tho Minister ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 November 1866

gg gaff j %mz* MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19,186G. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IX THE CITY. ?STTI-IF: I^TS'J? OIT LTT/J^-TERS nir. 3M^TlSriN"Gr in tlie I>o?toilioo at tlio en<u of* oiicli -wo?lc in published oiii cially in rF PI W. T> A. I H. Y "NT JTJ AV S every lTi-i<liiy ?riorniiiK. LOCAL MATTERS. Captain MCNEI.TV, of the stoainor Pilot Boy, lias placed na under obligation:! for Into Savannah papors. THE STEAMSHIP Granada, of tho Ln.vnY line, Captain lLvitnisoN, arrived boro yoaterday trom New York. She experienced Btrong gales on the paasago. Sho Baw nothing of the etoaniHhip King JisJier, noir pa?t duo at this port from Baltimore. Wo aro under obligations to PnrHcr FLOOD for hin attentions. . VALUABLE CLEABANOE.-Tliorc was clearod through tilia Cu ?atom-House, ou Saturday last, by Messrs. WILLIS & CUIBOI.SI, tho ehip Soit?iem Bights, for Liverpool. Sho ha8 on board tho first largo colton cargo of tho season, amounting to 14G bales Sea Inl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 November 1866

MONDAY MOR?INO7NOVBMPEB 19> 18CG' HONOR TO yvnon HONOR IS HUE. _The following wo olip from tho Mobilo Evening News. Tho action of lue Trosidcnt and Diroctora or tho Knickerbocker Lifo Iasiiranco Company ie very honorable iu contrast with tho courue adopt ed by eomo of tbo loading couip.-mioa of tho North, who had manv life policy holdere in tho South previous to tho war, aud who availed thouiselvcB of tho nou-pnyn>out of tlio premium, at a timo whoa tboir agouti could not act, to ropudiato thoir obligation? : lb the Editors of (he Evening Neiea : . >. It is pn-iar that I hhould, iu a fow word-, state that 1 havo uo perron il luttra?* m tho communi cation I otter y.,u, und that my Bolo ?Weet ia to coiiimoiilaii aotof blondell jimtico and bonovo lerco which tWa ?lav caiuo under my observation iu this ci?v; ami thone h my communication might, io certain' 1 caution, bo construed iuto a citeh ncuuy a.lvoitiacnient for an incorporated com pany wliilo I do not feel called ui on to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 November 1866

f fa? g?titxj| Ims. MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER lu, 1860. Tho .Siego of Buttery Wagner on Morrl*' Itl*? ntl? Tlio following notice of Uio powerful calcium light.3 which wcvo.usctl by Hie Fedoral rotees tit the uicgo of Buttery Wngnor, below this harbor, will be of intercut lo our readers. While tlie:ic lights probably wcro no doubt valuable aids in tbo reduction of tho fortilicntion, wo havo heard the Opinion expressed Ihat tho dceiaivo featuro of the contest was tho terrille fire or tho llect, tho broadsides of tho steam frigato Ironsides being truly fearful. Tho defence of thin position was in all its features characterized by tenacious bravery, and tiie* fort waa only yielded after all tho moaiiB at command wcro exhausted. On tho other sido it ia but fair to sny.that GoncralGiLLaioiiE, in con dueling tile attack, displayed tho qualities of a most able ongincor olfipor, and tho yicldors under him unflinching courago in the pcrforfnanco of their duties. Professor HEWBY MOBTON, in a ro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 November 1866

TIRE CRACKERS ! FIRE CRACKERS ! 200 ?oszamucucium.^on^m November 10_j?_No. 103 East Bay. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, JUST RECEIVED PEU STEAMEUS SARAGOSSA AND ANDALUSIA. ?\f\ HHDS. BACON SIDES Z?\J 20 lilid?. Bacon Shouldors 10 casks no* Sugar-Cured llama 16 half banda Fulton Market Hoof BO boxes Factory und EngliBh Dalry Chccso 100 barrels olid firkin? Lurd 10 firklua choice Goshen IHittor 100 b?rrela Flour, Extra, ?Super and Fino 30 barrels?, ball' barrels and iir. barrels Buckwheat flour 35 sacks Kio Cofleo 10 tierces Carolina Rico 25 bags Rangoon Rico 100 barlina Crushed A, B, C, ond Brown Sugars Boxen Soap, Haroh, Coudie?, Pickles Pepper. Lobsters, Salmon and Candy. For safe by WILLIAM OURNEY. Novombcr 19 3 No. 102 East Day. SEtURS!SEttARS! c\r7 f\r\r\ GENUINE IMPORTTD SPANISH 5E Ifi ( M\J\) OARS (Romo very choke). WiU bo sold iii very low llgurcB it" called for SOMJ. A raro chanco for smokers to lay iu their supplies. G. FOLL?N, Agont, No. 131 Mcoling-atrcct, Old Stand Austin, Au...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 20 November 1866

1 y ...... X VOLUME III....NO. 39_._ CHARLESTON, S. C, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER ?.O, I860. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. Per Atlantic Telegraph?. St. Peteiis-uiio, November l8.-Tho Russian fen ti vi lion havo stiddonly ?topped on account of Lho aovcro illness of tho Frincoas Doomaii. London, November l8.-Intelligence from Bom-, bay roports tho famine in Indi? abating. Flobence, Novombor 19.-Baron Ricaso_i, tho ^Primo Mini?tor of tho Itaiinn Government, has is lod a circular discouraging tho agitation of tho aman question. Italy, ho BayB, will bo noutral and await tho certain? triumph of her rights. London, Novombor 19.-The roports aro con firmed that Chili and Peru have conBontcd to accopt tho mediation of Franco and England. Re ports aro circulating that tho war was ronewod in Candia. LONDON AND _.IVEBrOO_ MABKET. Livkbpoo-, Novombor 19.-Cotton quiet and un changed ; Middling Uplands lid. Tho eales to-day will reach 10,000 bales. Consols 90$. Fives 70}. ni? ?linn Newa. New ObiiE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 20 November 1866

TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, I860. SKETCHES OP. TI.AVEL. BY C1. W. W. LETT-it Ni'Mnrn xx. TlANOvr.n, Germany, 18GC. Tho Bun-na oki town o? Hamburg, which it ia nail! wa- f-ttl-le- hy Chaiii.-UAunb in ?io eighth Centwrv has tho finest commercial port?n tho continent of Europe, and In many respects ia tho moat interesting etty. It ia ??t>?ato 1 on tho River Elbo, ?sixty milo- from its ootranoe into tho North Soa, anti ia conncctcil by nicano of canals with the Baltic. Hamburg ha. a population of 200,000. It ja cminontly a commercial city. Tho imports amount to one hundred and fifty million dollars por annum, and the exports about tho samo. The average nambo, of vessols arriving is about 5000. Nearly all tho topar*, and exports of Northern Germany pass through tho port of Hamburg. In 1812 the city was visited by a torriblo firo, which ragod for four days, laying in waste twenty thou sand houses, rendering homeless moro than 30.000 people. Largo sunn? of nionoy and provisions wore s...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 20 November 1866

f fa? $uity |ma. TDE8DAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1886. THE ATLANTIC CABLE. . BANaU-CT TO CYRUS W. FIELD. THE STORY OF THE GBEAT ENTERPRISE. Mr. C?bus W. Field was fitly honored in Now York on tho ovoning of tho 15th, with a hanquot, ginpn hy tho members of tho Ohnmbor of Com merce, as a tribute to bia oxcrtions in the laying of the Atlantic Cabio. Mr. Field, in a long and interesting address, gnvo a history of tho undertaking, interermrscd wit i many incidonts Ulustrativo of tho difficulties over come and tho indomitable porsovoranco by which auccoss was achieve :1. Tho enterprise was shown to havo boon of pure ly American origin, tho plan having been coucoiv ?d and considered thirteen years ago, whon about half a dozon gentlemon mot at Mr. Field's resi dence, and tiloso who carno first to the work stood by it to the ond. It was not till 185G that tho en terprise had any cxiutonco in England, and thon tho British Government bogan that generous courso which it haB continuod over since....

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 20 November 1866

msimm mili news, G. R. CATHCART, Editor, cathcart, Mcmillan & morton, PKOPIUETORS. No. l8 HAY?E STREET. TE^IS GASH. .SUBSCRIPTION. DAILy-TWIXVi: MONTHS.?JIO.OO DAII-y-RIX MONTH?:. fi.OO DAILY--HBBG MONTHS. 58.50 BIN?LE COPIES...Scouts TO NEWS DEALERS.-.3 cents -,..,. a i ? ??? lllla*llMllnniatllU-1-l _0T AU communications intended fe puhlica'ion in ihlsjourntd must be addressed lo Hie Editor of the Daily Notos, No. l8 llaync-strccl, Charleston, S. C. Business Communications lo Publisher of Daily News. We cannot undertake lo return rejected communica tions. Advertisements outside of the eily must be accompa nied willi Ific caeh. CHARLESTON. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, VM. Wi; roui.1811 lo-day, on our inner pages, n great variety of interesting matter, among which ia ft further contribution from G. W. Waj the exceedingly interesting story, as related by Mr. Fir."i>, of the great undertaking of the laying ol' the Atlantic Telegraph Cable ; late State, Georgia and North Carolin...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 20 November 1866

flu? flai?j gfwg* T?E8DAY M011NI??, NOVEAIBER 20, 18CC. LARGEST CIIICULATIOS ?? THE STATE. LAMEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. jJSrTXIHa LIST O?* LKTTKRS SK-G jyiTVTN'IN'Cf in tlio Tostoilloo at tilt? ?ntl ol' each week in puliliislied otil oiully in n? II TC DAILY K K AV S every "KViila.y- lnorniii?. LOCAL MATTERS. Peosonal.-His Excellency Governor Orr ia in tho city, und ntopping at tho Mill? Hoiiao. P?BaER W. H. Lee, of the .sicamor Elua Hancox, has ftirni-hoa us with late Savannah paperu. MEOUAjnoAi, TiNKEiiii'a cannot arrest the ue oompoBition of tlio tooth. Not-ng will do this but that puro disinfectant and preservativo, which, under the namo of "Sozotlont," has beeonio a ataple of tho toilet throughout tho world. tu_2 The lovers of tue weed will be pleased to loam that Mr. A. rxntENTZ, of tho choap cigar ?toro, Iibb juBt received boiuo moro of his popular chowing tobacco. Au .early call on him will aocurc a sup ply, aa Mr. LonENrz'o brand is so well known and liked that it novcr ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 20 November 1866

T?Et3DAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 18C0. Georgia Items. Mac?n ano Bbunbwiok Raixbo-d.-The friends of this work will rojoico to luiow that thoro is n fair prospect of its rccoiving tho nid of tho Stato to ?BBist i" its construction. It will bo seen from onr Lciiisiativo report, that tho biU authorizing tho Stnto to isauo bonds to tho amount of W0.00O nor milo in behalf of tho company, on certain con ditions', carno up in tho Houso yestorday, and pass oil that body bv tlio very handsome majority of fortv-ono. Tho largo voto in its favor would seom to indicate its huccobs in tho othor branch of tbo Tjo/riHlatnrc. This dono, and tlio bill signed by thivtiovernor, Iho way will bo clear and tlio coin panv can push their great cntorpriso rapidly for ward and completo it at an enrly day. [Macon Journal and Messenger. Mechanic Independent Fibe Co-utant.-Wo aro pleased to learn that this sturdy company contem plate purchasing a splendid ilrof class steam Uro cngino nt as early a day as possiblo. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 20 November 1866

State Items. DErAWTiniE ?for Lisebia.-8omow_ero in the neighborhood of ono hundred and sovonty-llvo froodmon-mon, tvomen and cliUilron-loft hore on Sunday last, fay spcoioltrain, for Charleston, from thence to lako shipping for Liberia. A vast multi tude congregated ul tho dopot, at an early hour, to witness the interesting sight, and bid gbod-bvo to thoir friend? and relatives.-Newberry Herald. 13m Dan at Cnnnwv.-Application ia to ho undo to tho next Legislature to charter a'Bridge Com pany at Chcraw. This will bo a convenience to our people, and wo wish tho enterprise eucccsu. With two bridges across the Too Deo, ono at Cberaw and the other at Society Hill, tho railroad will bo yory nceossiblo to na.-Eastern Journal. Wo regret to announco that tho dwelling Iioubc of Mr. Win. EL Brough, near Mt. Carmel, in this District, was consumed by uro on Tuesday ol' the last week. Tho Aro was tho work of au incendia ry-a negro girl employed on the place, who al leges that sho was instigated b...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 20 November 1866

TUESDAY MOI.NINO, NOVEMBER 20, 18CC. North Corolin? Ilcm?. Fins. Ship-Iest or New Coun.-Messrs. navens & Latham, coiner of South Iront mid Crayon street-, hi__. the "mt shipment of non-corn of tho season from Ulis ports twA probably lrom tho blato. day beforo vestorday. Wo niado conBidorablo ado about tlio ?irut bah? of now cotton. Hore s your first now corn. Who'? ahead / [Newborn Commercial.' RECONSTKtTCTioN.-?ho A..and N. C. Railroad brioso over the Iront i? ramtUy boinc rocoiialruoU od under tho supervision oi J. J. Robinuon, hsq. [Nvicbem Jour. Com. Bold BoBBBBY.-On Sunday night last tho Htoro of Messrs lliimiiioiitl ?t McLaughlin wau eutored bv thiov.s, and over .100 worth o. gooda abstract ed_Clt anoto 6 Barrite*. Chops Comiso In.-Largo quantities of cottou, coin ond naval stores continuo to How into Now beru 0;io shipment of lui) bales will reach hero hv tho freight Irain on the Atlanlio Road to-day, beside, numerous .mailor ehipmoiits not atuiouuc od in advance.-Ncwbcrn...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 20 November 1866

VOI^lVt? II? No. " i i ii A j_. ^.? -^ ''^ = m -^^^^^ j| ^ -s-'OHA^^^ TELEGRAPHIC. ? _n j, , - Per Atlantic Telegraph. ST. PETEBSBTJBG, November 18.-The Kussian festivities have suddenly stopped on account of the severe illness of the Princess DOGMAS. LONDON, November 18.-Intelligence from Bom? bay reports the famine in India abating. FLOBENOE, November 19.-Baron BIOASOLI, tho Prime Minister of the Italian Government, has is ' stied & circular discouraging the agitation of the Eoman question. Italy, he says, will be neutral and await the certain triumph of her right?. LONDON, November 19.-The reporta are con? firmed that Chili and Peru have consented to accept the mediation of France and England. Re? ports are circulating that the war was renewed in Candia. . LONDON AND LIVERPOOL MABKET. LIVERPOOL, November 19_Cotton quiet and un? changed; Middling Uplands 14d. The st Jes to-day will reach 10,000 balee.. Consols 90?. Fives 70L Mexican News. NEW OBLEANS, November 19.-A special to...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 20 November 1866

TUES DAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1866. V RETCHES OF TRAVEL. ' BT o.-vr. w. JJf LETTER NOKDEB XX. . HANOVEB, GEBHAN?, 1866. Tho famous old town of Hamburg, which it is said was founded by CHABI?EMAONE in the eighth century, has the finest commercial port on tho continent of Europe, and hi many respects is tho .-%?ost interesting city. It in situated on the River Elbe, sixty miles from its entrance into the North Sea, and is co.?3SS5ted by means of canals with the Baltic. Hamburg has a population of 250,000. It is eminently a commercial city. The imports amount to one hundred abd fifty million dollars ? per annum, and the exports about the same. Tho average number of vessels' arriving is about S000. ' Nearly all the imports and exports of Northern Germany pass through the port of Hamburg. In ,, ; 1842 tho city was visited by a terrible fire, which raged for four days, laying in waste twenty thou . sand houses, rendering homolesanaore than 80,000 people. Large sumB of money and provision...

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