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Interesting from the South. The Liberty Pole at Charleston — The National Flag net Popular — Conservative Speech of Hon. A. H. Stephens at Milledgeville — The Cockade in the Pulpit, &c., &c. The following interesting news is collected from our Southern exchanges: A dispatch from Charleston to the New York Herald, dated November 17th, gives a fuller description of the raising of the "Liberty" pole there, on Saturday. It was put up near the Charleston Hotel, and the Palmetto flag was raised on it. The dispatch says: The pole was made of Carolina pine, one hundred feet high, and surmounted by the cap of liberty. Cables were stretched across the streets to prevent the passage of vehicles. There was a dense crowd, extending over two squares on Meeting street. The neighboring house-tops were crowded with people. Thousands of ladies of the highest respectability thronged the balconies and windows, waving their handkerchiefs.--Impromptu stands were erected, and<
Baltimore. Nov. 19. --Arr'd, bark Palladin. Richmond; brig John Geddes, do. Cl'd, bark Kate Lincoln, Norfolk. Bahia, Oct. 11 --Arr'd, bark Winnifred, Richmond. New York, Nov. 17. --Cl'd, schr. Sea Witch, Norfolk.
News from Pike's Peak. Fort Kearney, Nov. 17.--The Western stage coach, which left Denver on the 12th inst., with a full complement of passengers, the mails, the messenger of Hinckley & Co.'s express and $11,000 in treasure, passed here at an early hour yesterday, bound for Omaha, but by some mistake the telegraph package for this office was not handed in until this morning.-- By it we have the following Denver City rates: The Denver Mountaineer extra of the 11th last, says: "The Western stage coach reached here at half past 2 o'clock on the morning of the 10th inst., bringing Hinckley & Co.'s messenger, with a single dispatch containing all the presidential election returns received at Fort Kearney by telegraph up to the evening of the 11th inst. By private correspondence we learn that this news reached Denver and was published and started six hours ahead of that taken out by the Pony Express.
Finances in New York. New York, Nov. 17.--Several of the banks have proposed to discount $1,000,000 of sixty day bills on Brown & Bros., to be used by the latter to purchase sterling bills drawn against produce now useless for want of purchasers of sterling bills. Forced sales of sterling for Atlantic 1a2 per cent, premium. The market is unsettled, but relief is expected if the negotiations with Brown & Bros. and others succeed. Money is worth 12 per cent, on the best double paper, and 18a21 per cent, on good single names. New York, Nov. 19, P. M.--The Banks as yet have failed to agree on any plan to relieve the exchange market, and exchange is nominal. Bank shares, State and Federal securities are seriously lower — U. S. 5's were offered to-day at $97 without bids; last week they were quoted at $102. The weekly City Bank statement is as follows: Decrease in loans $2,365,000. Decrease in specie $1,661,000. Decrease in circulation $282,000. De
The Daily Dispatch: November 20, 1860., [Electronic resource], Methodists turning to Episcopalianism. (search)
Secession nominations in Alabama. Montgomery, Nov. 17.--An immense meeting, irrespective of party, was held to day, and Wm. L. Yancey and Thos. W. Watts were unanimously nominated as candidates to the State Convention.
Another Secessionist. New Orleans, Nov. 17.--Mr. Slidell expresses himself warmly in favor of secession.
Congressional Resignation. Columbia, November 17.--Congressman Bonham has resigned his seat in the House of Representatives.
Election in Georgia. Milledgeville, Nov. 17. --Every county except one has been officially reported. Breckinridge lacks at least 2,500 of a majority.