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

State Items. DEPARTURE FOR LIBERIA.-Somewhere in neighborhood of one hundred and seventy - - freedmen-men, women and children-left her - Sunday last, by special train, for Charleston, i <J thence to take shipping for Liberia. A vast m tude congregated at the depot, at an early h to witness th? interesting sight, and bid good to their friends and relatives.-Newberry Herc BRIDGE AT CHEKAW.-Application is to be n to tho next Legislature to charter a Bridge C pany at Cheraw. This will be a convenience to {leople, and we wish the enterprise success. ^ wo bridges across the Pee Dee, ono at Ch< and the other at Society Hill, 'the railroad wi! % very accossible to us.-Eastern Journal. Wo regret to announce that the dwelling h< of Mr. Wm. H. Brough, near Mt. Carmel, in District, was consumed by fire on Tuesday of last weok. The fire was tho work of an incen ry-a negro girl employed on the place, wh< leges that she was instigated by another to c nut the deed. The accused parties h...

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. — 20 November 1866

TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1866. North Carolin? Items. F?BST SHIPMENT OF NEW COEN.-Messrs. Havens & Latham, corner of South Front and Craven streets made the tiret shipment of nev/ com of tho season'from this port, and probably from the State, day before yesterday. We made considerable ado about the 'first bale of new cotton. Here's your firBt new corn. Who's ahead ? [Newbern Commercial. RECONSTBTJCTION.-Tho A. and N. C. Railroad bridge over the Trent is rapidly being reconstruct? ed under the supervision ol' J. J. Robinson, Esq. t Newbern Jour. Com. BOLD ROBBEBT.-On Sunday night last tho store of Messrs. Hammond & McLaughlin was entered by thieves, and over $100 worth of goods abstract? ed.- Charlotte Guardian. CHOPS COMING IN.-Largo quantitios of cotton, corn and naval stores continue to flow into Now " bern. One shipment of ?OO bales will reach hore by the freight train on the Atlantic Road to-day, besides numerous smaller shipments not announc? ed in advance.-Newbern ...

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. — 23 November 1866

FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1866. COMMERCIAL. orts for the Week ending Thursday, | November 33. FOREIGN. _OL-Per ship Southern Rights-146 bales Sea Island Cotton, 2924 bales Upland Cotton, 204 barrels Kosiu, X barrel Corn Meal. 1 box Silvor Plate. Per British bark Victoria-33 bales Soa Island ana 433 bales Upland Cotton, 166,880 feet Pine Timber, 24,400 feet Lumber, 95 cases Gin, 7 casos Segars. DOMESTIC. "ION-Per sehr Kite Wentworth-169 bales Cotton, 176 bbls Bo8iu, 21 Obis Turpentine, 09 bags Poa Nuts, 260 tons Old Iron. NEW YORK-Per steamship Saragossa-34 tierces Rico, 81 bales Sea Island Cotton, 1029 bales Upland Cotton, Ti packages Merchandize, 89 barrels Rosin.Per steamship Moneka-61 tierces Rices, 131 bales S I Cotton, 538 bales Upland Cotton, 97 bales Yarn and Domestics, 228 packages Sundries.Per steam? ship Granada-33 bales S I Cotton, 312 bales Upland Cotton, 243 tierces Rice, 78 bbls Rosin, 13 Packages, 44 empty Barrels. BALTIMORE-Per steamship Lulu-70 bales Cotton, 87 t...

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. — 23 November 1866

rall MIM ii G. IL CATHCART, Entre*, CATHCART, MCMILLAN ? MOR'J PEOPEIETOJ;-, No. 18 ST.R1 ol?fY 'Pitj IS TERMS 'G SUBSCF.IPno ! ?ALLY-TWELVEMONTHS. DAILY-SIX MONTHS. DALLY-THREE MONTHS. SINGLE COPIES.. - . TO NEWS DEALERS. ,, li,Oil ..' ?4.50 . ,*i Cc ll I * .3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. Gold closed in New York at 38.J. Admiral TEGETnoK?, commander of tho Austrian floet in tho battle of Lissa, ia expected to visit this country at an carly day, . Anothor- largo and enthusiastic mooting ?l Fenians was.hold in Chicago on Wednesday evon ing and tho customary spo?ches made. A letter from Fort Sclilon, New Mexico, states that Lieutenants HAZLEHURST and WAENER, of the 125th colored infantry,' killod each other on the ' ' 23d ultimo, in a quarrel about a woman. It ia reported that tho great'Amori-an landscapo painter, 'BIERHTADT, Will be commissioned .this winter to paint pictures for two of tho panels in the Representativo Hall, in tho Capitol. A stoam whaling vessel, just arrived at New Lon? don...

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. — 23 November 1866

f fal pi FRIDAY MORNING/, NOVEMBER 23, 18GG. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TOE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. LIST OW HiHTPTKBS RE? MAINING iii the 3?ostoffice at the end of euch weelc is published offi? cially inTHB DAILY NEWS every Friday momiiiK. LOCAL MATTERS. ODB PBICES CUBBENT, containing tho fullest ?ommorcial and marino intelligence, with valuable tables, will be rondy to deliver to our patrons at an early hour this morni ;g. WE ABE indebted to Mr. VOGLER for luto eopios of all the New York Dailies, which he re?oives by mail every night. PROCEEDINGS OF CITY COUNCIL.-On account of Hie press of other matter, wo are compelled to post? pone tho publication of those proceedings to our next issne. THE ANDEBSON PAPERS.-We had tho ploasuro yesterday of a visit from Mr. .TAMES A. HOYT, of the Anderson Intelligencer, and Mr. W. S. WALTERS, of tho Anderson Appeal. Thoso gentlemen are in Charleston* on business for their papers, and wo reoommoud thom to the kind consideration of our m...

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. — 23 November 1866

thy M*3_-??i* FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1866. - AJJII SORTS ?F ?AKAGRAPHS. A Kentuoky filly recently sold for $10,000. J. W. Wallack is doing Othello in Washington. Paris ie follof reports of coming political changes. The French have 800 ways for cooking eggs. A sohool history of South Carolina is hoing written. Tennessee has requested Brownlow's portrait! Ward Beecher turns his baok upon the Indepen? dent, and w?l give hie Bermons to the New York Examiner. Salt and coal in large quantities have been dis? covered in Colorado. The Captain and two of the crew of the bark Labra have been murdered by Chinese pirates. Lima is styled the city of fine churches and fair ladies. A son of the Duke of Argyle has become a wino merchant. The prisons in Spain are choked with political prisoners. A conspiracy against crinoline has been concoct? ed by the ton of Paris. It is rumored that Chili and Mexico are to form ? dose alliance. An heir to a baronetcy and a fat estate in Eng? land was found ...

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. — 23 November 1866

VOLUME III....NO. 397.] CHARLESTON, S. C, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 33, 18G6. [PRICE EIVE CENTS. ? TELEGRAPHIC. - ?a a Government Approprlatlona. Washington, November 22.-It appears from offloial compilations, jnat mndo, that noarly $156, 000,000 wcro appropriatod to tho public scrvico for tho year oiiding Juno, I8?7, iuoluding $119,000,000 for i'.io Navy and $33,000,000 for tho Army. During Ihn. past thrco or four daya about 130 changes hnvoboon mado iu tho postmasters; nono being of a larger class. v -?? - ? Washington Ncwh. Washington, Novombor 22.-Adiniral DahlqhE } ?bout leaving Washington to assume command of tbo South Pacific Squadron. A Cabinet mooting waa bold to-day, tho usual ?mooting of Tuesday having boon omitted on ac count of tho absence of tho Prouidont nfc Baltimore. -a> ? ? The Washington Horne Fair. Washington, Novombor 22.-Tbo fourth raco On tbo Nulional Coiuao took placo to-day. It was betweon Folly Ann and a Baltiruoro colt, both pacora. Tho raco waa for $500...

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. — 23 November 1866

fi*? galil g*ig& FBLDAY ?K>HNING,""N0V?.uU1ER 23, 180C. _a_ C3- i_ IST T S - Tho following; aro the Ap-uts for this paper: *W. A. UEMINOWAY. Clonei-ol TraveUng and Collecting .An on t. Bov. OOLI1* MCIICIIISON, Ocneral Travollng and Col lootlnc AKonl. TOWNSKNO * NOI.TU, IlookBoUorB aud Stationen?, Columbi:?, R. O. O. D. QOOVSi .."**, Oom ?l?l, Laurens District, S? C. J. V. NKl'MEl?*. Union, 8. C. Co-plain \v. K. KAKI*-, Oreenvillo, 8. C. COL J. J. RVAN, l)r.mweU, 8. 0. ?J. T. DolJOlS, Marion. C. 8.11AH0V, Huntly Ford P. O., MadlBon Co., -"hi. PATIUOK & IIUVHY, Macon, Ga. J. Y. II. WILLIAMS, Clinton, S, C. j. n. ALLtN, Chester O. IL, a C. *W. 8. LAMC-, Orahamvlllo P. O., Boanfort, S, C B. "P. Bit A ?FOIID, Waltcrboro', S. C. H. L. DAKlt, Suinter, 8. C. TUAD. C ANDRI?WS, OrODf'cburg, 15. 0. J. M. llltOWN, ?. Southerner omce," Darlington, _. a M. M. QUUtSl _. nif-O., ?nnju-iln. J. H. BSTSIiL, Savannah, Ga. ISAAC DAVfiOA, A?;ont lu Now York. AN EASTERN MORAL, Abon Ben Adoro-ma...

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. — 23 November 1866

psif |mt?f FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 18GU. COMMERCIAL. Ja-xport- fbr til? Werk clidliiR Tlnn-Iiiy, November 'A'Z. ________ LIVERPOOL-Por ship Houthcini Rights-140 bales Sea .eland Ootton, 2021 bales Upland Cottou, 204 b?rrela Roain, 1 barrol Oom Meal, 1 box Silver Plato....f. Per british bark Victoria-33 balea Sea Island and 432 i balee Upland Cotton, 160,88. feet Pine Timber, 24,400 foot nimbin-, D5 oases Oin, 7 oases Sogars. DOMBSTia BOSTON-Por sehr Kate Wentworth-160, bolo- Cotton, 170 bbbi llOHin, 31 bbbi Turpou?no, GO bogs l'ea Nuts, 250 tonn Old iron. NEW YORE-Per stonmsliip "rogoona-34 liorcca Rico, 81 balo. Boa island Cotton, lO.J bales Upluud Cotton, 77 packages Merchandize 119 barrels Rosin.Por Bto__)B_li> Moneka-01 tiorcos Rices, 131 bale. 8 I Cottou, 53. baloB Upland Colton, 97 bolos Yarn and Domo-tics, 22_ packages -undrios.Por Bteam ship Granada-30 bales S I Cotton, 31. bolos Upland Cotton, 243 ticroee Rico, 70 bbls Rosin, 13 Packages, 44 empty Barr?le. BALTIMORE...

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. — 23 November 1866

(MARLESTON DAILY NEWS, (I. It*. CATHCART, Editor, cathcart, mcmillan & morton, PROPRIETORS', No. %S IIAYNE STREET. C!TV PRINTERS. TERMS CASH. SUB.SCRIPTION DAILY-TWELVE MONTH8. DAILY-SIX MONTHS. DAILY-THREE MONTHS. BINGLE COPIES....,. TO NEWS DEALERS. NEWS SUMMARY. ?Hold closed in New York ni 33.1. Adm'ral Te?kthof*", comraandor of the Austrian Hoot in the battle of Lissa, i? oxpoctcd to visit this country at au early day. Another large and or.thusiautic meeting of FonianB was held in Chicago on Wednesday even ing, and the customary Bpcchos made. A loiter from Fort Seldon, Now Mexico, states that Lioutonauts Hazleiiurst and Warner, of the 125Ui colored infantry, killod each other on the 23d ultimo, in a quarrol about a woman. It is reported that the great Amorran landscapo painter, Biersta_t, will bo commissioned this winter to paint pictures for two of the panels in tho Representativo Hall, in the Capitol. A steam whaling vessel, just arrived at New Lon don, Conn., from the Arc...

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. — 23 November 1866

FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1800. LARGEST C?RCULATIOX IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. tm^CBoa LIST OK1 LETTRKS rtrc "tvIA.I"N"I3SrGr in Llio -Post?nico at tho enil ?>f oao?-i "vveolc is ymolis?aC?cl offi cially iii r-T H IS 3DAILY "N" B3 "W S ?pivory "FViilay inoiuxiixq;. LOCAL MATTERS. -?. ? o-_ Oun Prices CunnENT, containing tho fullest commercial anil marino intoUigcnco, with valuablo tabica, will bo ready to deliver to our patrons at an early hour thin morning. We ark indebted to Mr. Yooleu for lato copies of all tho Now York Dailies, which ho receives by mail every night. Proceedings of City Council.-On account of the press of other matter, wc aro compelled to post pone tho publication of Mi oso proccodings to our noxt issue. The Anderson Papers.-Wo had the pica-mire yesterday of a v?b? from Mr. James A. Horr, of tho Andorson Intelligencer, and Mr. W. S. Walters, <rf the AnderBou Appeal. Thoao gentlemen aro in Charleston on buainoas for their papers, and w...

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. — 23 November 1866

FRIDAY MOUXINO. NOVEMBER 23, 18-0. ??? Baj?tr? OF PARAQ?APH?. A Keuliieky iUK recently Bold for $10,000. j Wi. Walla.-lc is doing Othollo in Washington. Paris' in t'ullot" reports of coming political changos. Tho prend? l>:lVu '.iW m'-i'a for cooldng ?-_8' A school history of South Carolina ig boing writton. ToiinosHCC bis requested Brownlow's portrait I Ward l>o_ohor turua hin hack upon tho Indopon dont and will give "?8 -crnionB to tho Now York Examiner. Salt ami coal in large quantitioo havo boon _i_ covored in Colorado. Tho Captain and two of tho crow of tho bark Labra havo boon niurdored by Chinoso piratos. Lima is styled tho city of ?no cburchos and fair ladies. A son of tho Dnko of Argylo has bocomo a wine morcliunt. Tho prison? in Spain aro choked with political prisoners. A conspiracy against crinolino has boon conooct ed by the ton of Paris. It is rumored that eli iii and Mosic? aro to form a close alliance. An heir to a baronotcy and a fat cstato in Eng land was fou...

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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