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by Collector Schell, of New York: Charleston,Nov. 13th, 1860. To A. Schell, Collector: It is reported that Clearances are refused at this office. Contradict. The business of the office goes on as usual. W. F.Colcock. The reported conduct of the Captain of the steamer Keystone State, at Charleston, was much exaggerated. He did not haul down the American and hoist the Palmetto flag, but merely saluted the Carolina flag by dipping his colors. [by Telegraph] Charleston, Nov. 16--A large Palmetto tree was erected yesterday evening in front of Institute Hall. An immense meeting was help in welcome of the legislators from this city, who returned from Columbia yesterday. Facing the speakers' stand was a transparency, on which was inscribed, "Well done, good and faithful servants." Mayor Macbeth presided, and made a fine speech. R. W. Gardin, Senator Porter and others made addresses, which were received with the greatest enthusiasm. Fire-works were abundant and man
The Daily Dispatch: November 17, 1860., [Electronic resource], Heavy movements in Agricultural Products. (search)
Cotton from 1st. September, 519,784 bales; stock of Cotton, 289,284 bales; stock of Tobacco, 12,650 hhds.-- Middling Cotton is worth 11½c. Freights to Liverpool, 19-32 @ ⅝d.; to Havre. 1¼c. Northern Markets--[By Telegraph.] Baltimore, Nov. 16--Flour dull and flat — Howard Street $5.25. Wheat firm — Red $#30 @ 1.35; White $1.46. Corn dull — Yellow 68 @ 71 Provisions dull and unchanged. Coffee quiet at 14 @ 14¾, Whiskey dull at 20½. New York, Nov. 16.--Cotton heavy and irregular:ons dull and unchanged. Coffee quiet at 14 @ 14¾, Whiskey dull at 20½. New York, Nov. 16.--Cotton heavy and irregular: upland, middling 11¼ @ 11¼ @ ⅜. Flour 5 @ 10 lower: Southern $5 45 @ 5.90, Wheat 2 lower — Corn firm: mixed 70 @ 71. Beef dull at $8 @ 10. --Pork heavy — offered at $18 @ 18 25; prime $12 50; no buyers. Sugar heavy at 5 7/8 @ 6½. Coffee heavy. Turpentine firm. Resin dull at $1.40. Rice quiet at 4¼ @ 4¾. Stocks steady: New York Centrals 74; Vi
[special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch.]acquittal. Lynchburg, Va., Nov. 16. -- The trial of Geo. W. Hardwicke, one of the proprietors of the Republican, for killing Jos. Button, of the Virginian, last summer, resulted to-day in his acquittal.
The Daily Dispatch: November 17, 1860., [Electronic resource], The feeling before Lincoln's election. (search)
Reported resignation of a Member of Congress, &c. Washington, Nov. 16.--A special dispatch from South Carolina reports the resignation of another member of Congress from that Size-- name illegible.) The Military Committee, (who will remain at Columbia.) it is understood, are adopting the most energetic measures to arm the State to the teeth.
From Washington. Washington, Nov. 16.--Official accounts from Jeddo show that the news of the reception of the Japanese Embassy in this country produced a lively sensation among the nobles heretofore opposed to the treaty. The Tycoon returned his thanks for it. W. Ransom Calhoun to-day resigned his position as First Secretary to the Paris Legation, and will return to his home at the South.
The secession movement. Mobile, Ala., Nov. 16-- A meeting of all parties, held here to-night, unanimously favored secession. Resolutions to await the action of the other States were voted down and withdrawn.
The result in Virginia. Alexandria, Va., Nov. 16.-- The Alexandria Gazette has received returns, official and unofficial, from all the counties in the State but Logan and Webster. Bell's majority, 446.
The Teutonic signalled. New York, Nov, 16.--The steamship Teutonic is signalled. Her European dates are no later, though she may possibly bring additional news. The U. S. frigate Savannah, from Vera Cruz, has arrived.
The Daily Dispatch: November 17, 1860., [Electronic resource], Heavy movements in Agricultural Products. (search)
Discount on Southern money. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 16.-- The bankers' rates of discount to-day for South Carolina and Georgia notes, were 10 per cent.