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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 22 July 1865

, NR K TEWS VOLUM1sL] WINNSBORO, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 1865. -THE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS: DV 5 E.iaRITTO19. 'to. 'atRI-WEEKLt NEWS is published . ' ay,. Thursday and Saturday, at ONK p OL4tRper month, in advance. Single o Os"sTs. ti 0vertleemtnnts in-serted at O[NE DOLLAR per of'elgtAines or less. for the first, 4ji5 4TY -FIVE ,ents for each subs*. 1q00, )flertion, invarlably in advanco. /M!- DURIEO & WALTER, Actiton and Ooinunisslon Merchants, Colunbia, 8. C., Sr the *autorised agents at that' place, In colle 0g sibsorlptions and advertisements etj f , w ey 111 receipt for all ont ,thle 0'.o Reunnie 4t the News. -It is lid that two hundred and eigh ty.petitions.for pardein 'were filed on the .Ah, amuong them' the applicatiorn of 'Me~iksd Asaz, RAw?Ar and.MODOWrCLL latb members of "the Qonfederate Con. .g'ess. One hnndked aWa' eigty-nine padona wore granted, all 1pesons - coming tinder the twenty tionsina a6l. lar exception. One hundred and thir. ta re from Nqrt.h Carolina,...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 22 July 1865

Saturday Korning, Tly 22,'188. WANTED, at this office, one or two newsboys, to sell papers on the Charlotte & South CarQlina railroad. None need apply except those of an industrious and enterprising disposition. A change of 3ommanders has taken place in our town and District. Capt. 13. MOCONNAUGnT has been releved and Brigadier General JAs. D. FEssEN DEN assumed command, as the order in another column gives notice, of Western South Carolina. Gen. FESENDE.N's office is in the Court House, where those who may. have business with the military will find him ready to attend to their calls. "The Whistle of the Engine" may be distinctly heard every morning about seven o'clock on the C & S. C. .railroad. Soon, we .ope, our com munity will be enlivened by the daily ar 'ival of the cars in our town. The road is now completed to within a very few miles of our villa,--three.and half to four miles. "Hot, Hotter, Hottest" is the general -cry now. The weather is exceedingly warm, with but ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 25 July 1865

THE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME I.] WINNSBORO, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1865. [NUMBER 56. THE TRIMEEKLY NEWS BY J. E. BRITTON. THlE TI.-WEfKtLY NEWS is publilhe< rn'mluesday, Thursday and Saturday, .t ONN DOLLAR -p,. tmontb, in advance. Singb copiesp Taun CIsal. Advertioement inserted at ONE DOLLA1 per squareof. oilght linea or less, for the first and SiVENTY-FIViC cents for each subso 'uent insertion, invariably in advanee. *P. DURBEC & WALTER, Auction an Comnilision Merchants, Columbia, 8. 0. are the nut horised agents at that place, Jx qolleoting subscriptio118 and advertisement for the Nnws. They will receipt for at monies due this office. Resume of the News. Colonel Psic, Assistant Commie sioner of east Tennessee, reports to Gen HOWARD that he has considerable diffi culty with the negroes in that section The finedmen are greatiy annoyed by the returning rebel soldieds, who boldl; assert that the institution will be. agair established as soott as the Federal bayo ,ivwf...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 25 July 1865

TUeDaIY Emubg oiirU, WASTED, Id 1166 OMMe one ot two newubiyo n sme Ppem W. tibe aruotte Saw aim IZIRR md. -None need We kag.: reoired thet report of Spe"Oh OTf the 11cPV B. F. Famfr. &wivr. wied W~one a PtibUC tzietiag (of iA~e cii. =Mg of GminileS. C...ouxthe U dar of JaiW., w17101 ' wt will lay before our reaalerM xi *U next. TIiif',-Me of tw amdat is by uo nieaLUS $e~fhhit oVx a JAMIeisq day. as onY6 WY.teVSy VMSwa, MevuMth* leg, upi-Ainby two YU men VLo -tishee. to ti-v their Vmr~gh nad pugihi.. 01 xziito akaeap oul = a ot tII& &Ad to rternember the Old slage of A"Tfeir &angr Vaesion. ripe. little hsaAs VWCr never =na&e 00wulmlnr A, Ict 1*D1'.;:,natrr, Leui. LI TTLLU. dn a~ii~ n 3moansd xwi rauk eaid file- arrived is fr owt an SaRturewr 1.as.. to do pro. W*tdull., &A-, Inkder flae vrcaers of Brigadier Generaj Jisw'Q D. Y~-~ l'i~retcwp. a ve 'iearni f-oin Lie Gt~nm .n Aa I-&g xa~ aepeoted to Prvidomgl GITeTDor for Florida JUdge X-Ni,1"rwl 17. S. Die t...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 27 July 1865

Til TRI-WEEK LY NiW VOLUME 1.] WINNSBOROI S. C., TH URSDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1865.[NME57 'THE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS: DY .* E. BRITTON. THE TRI-WEEKLT 14EWS is published - o* Wueesay, Thursday and Saturday, at ONE DOLLAR Ler month, in advance. Single copibs Tsw ,sa-re. Advertivement. inserted at ONE DOLLAR per guaref eight lines or less, for the first, ahd EVENTY:FIVE ents for each subse. quent insertidn, invariably in advance. 20 DURBEC & WALTER, Aubtion and Commilsion Merchaits, Columbia, 8. 0., are the tiLhorized agents at that place, in colleaofig'subsbri plios and advertisements for jb Nxwe. They will receipt'for -all monme due this office. ithm6rtal honors, and whose glory in war, and wisdom in council will illus trate ny a bright page in history. 'They have been unsuctessful in..their revolutioli, but this should not, and dloes not, detract from their heroic gallantry on the field of battle, or their statesman ship in the cabinet or halls of legislaties. They will be remembered ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 27 July 1865

WINNSBOR._ '1'hursday Morning,_oly 27, 1865. ** --.. - - : t - 7 -M7 4 WArV'En, at this Office, one or twvo ne wsboys, to sell papers on the Charlotte & South Carolina; railroad. None need apply except thoso of an industrious and enterprising disposition. To Messrs..T. J. SPnINKLE and DA. Van Joes, thle obliging and gentleman ly messengers of the Southern' Express company, running between Charlotte, N. C., and Columbia, S. C., we have been, placed under obligations for many fiyors in bringing and carrying our exchanges, and procuring for us late papers. The messengers. too, beyond, nmning both North and South, will acoept our thanks for their kindness to us in for. warding our exchanges. We appreciite the kindness of all, for which we return our thanks. All persons, it will be borne in mind. applying for executive pardon, nmst take,;he new amnesty oath, a certified copy of which they will forward with their petition to the Prosident of the United States. Paroled soldiers of war,...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 29 July 1865

THE T RI-WEEKL YTNEWS. VOLUM9 1. WINNSBORO, S. C, SATURDAY MOpNING, JULY 29, 1865. [NUMBER 58. 'VHE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS: BY jh A. BRITrON. -THU TRI-WEEKLY NEWS Is published ;%Toewday, Tharsday and Saturday, at ONE OLLAR er mont, in advance. Single opies Toy aies. Adrertikments insertod at ONE DOLLAR per sor*. of eight line. or less, for thwe flirt, and suTNTY-IVE cent, for each subee. qent Insertion, invariably in adaance. BDURBEC & WALTER, Auction and Com lneson hIerchant, Columbia, U. C., are.the authorlsed agpts at that place, In ollectling subscriptions and advertleenenta for the Naws. They will receipt for all monies due this ottce. Resume of the News. We notice a paragraph in the Colum bia Pkaix which says that "General linok bas just returned, [to Chailes ton,' w'e suppose,] from a visit to Colum .bia, and is more than ever impressed with the necessity for the withdrawal of the egro troops rm the intirior." - 'A riot took pikee between tho black and white goldiers in Wilmingt...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 29 July 1865

WINNSBORO. Saturday Morning, July 29,~1865. WAN9ED, at this. office, one or two newsboys, to sell papers on the Charlotte & South Carolina railroad. None need apply except those of an industrious and enterprising disposition. In another column will be found the proclamation of Gov. B. F. PrRY, re cently appointed Provisional Governor by the President of the United States for and in the State of South Carolina. It is a manly and open document, and will, no doubt, be read with interest, and receivo the firm support of every true Carolinian. Time alone forbid us expressing our views in reference to this able document, as we should like to do, but we will take the first opportunity of giving our opin ions, in extenso, upon its merits. Suf fice for the present. we lend our cordial and hearty support to the Governor, on the principles laid down in his proclama tion. An Unfortunate Occurrence. We learn from a gentleman just from Newberry, that a most unfortunate shooting affair took pl...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 1 August 1865

T R E KLY NEWS VOLUXE01] WINNSBOlUO, S. Q., TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1 1865. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ N U M B E R 5 9C THE TII-W?EKLY NEWS: By .1. E BRITTON. T74t TRi-WEEKLY NJbWS is pdbliphed nTssday, Thursday and Siturday, at ONE DOLIAt er onth, in Advanc.o. singio copies Tarn Cw Advertileanente inserted'at ONE DOLLAR per square. of eight line, or less. for the first, and SEVENTY-FIVE dent@ for each'subee Aipent irisertion, itivariably in advance. I&- DURBEC & WALTER, Auction and Commission Merchants, Colunibia, 8. C., are the authorised agents at that place, in collecting subserfplions and advertisements for' the N mws. TIhey will receipt for at .monies due this oileq. Alex. H. Stephen's Acoount of the HEsapton Rosdo Conference. The Augistaa Chronicle publishes a -detailed statement of what Passed at the celebrated peace c'onferenceo in Hampton Roads. The materials for this statement were. furnished - by Alex. H. Stephens. They consisted in -part of oral communications made by Mr...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 1 August 1865

WI2NSUO00. Tuesday Morning, ngaat 1'86. WANTED, at this 0b% one or two newsbdys, to sell papers on the Charlotte & South Carolina railroad. None need iy: !Y except those of an industrious and We copy from thc Columbia Phani, as will be found in another colrugn, an article written by Gen. WADr HAMP TON, urging upon Carolinians the impor tance of remaining at honme and lending their best energies to the forratioh and * putting in complete working order our State Goverumen; instead of.attempting an emigration to a country they know nothing of. The letter in question is quite an able document. It emanater'rom a gentle men who lias braied death a thousand times upon the battle field, fighting for the cause of the South, and as lie tridy says that that osuse has been lost, now is the time for all true lovers of the State to prove their regard for her by remaining at home, and help restoring her to that prosperity and happiness she -enjoyod in the days of yore. We di rect special atten...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 3 August 1865

TI[IE..,L NES. .IVOLUME If] WINNSBORO, S. 0, THURSDAY MONING, AUGyST a, 1865. JNUMBER 60. "T'R TRIWEEKLYNEWB: THS ThI-WaORCY btWB 1. publisied onTuesay;Thursda aid Sterday a ONE DO4AR ,r Mon, i dVan Single Advertisementa inserted at ONE DOLLAR per quare. o eit Jines or lee" tot the tret, and' EVYENTY V t edto for esch subbe. quent insqrtIon,.nuVriably in advance. 1SURIPIM & WALTER, Auction and Conamission Merpiants, Columbia, 8. .C., are the authorised agents at that, place, .in ooReoing subscriptions and adve'rIsements for the Nsws. They will wieceipt for.6ll monie diua this office. A Ww4 of Advloo to Nortqrn 0redi tors If Northern creditors wish to recover a portion or the whole bf their claims Agiindt the business diten of the South, we will assure them that by adting upon o,ur suggestions they will bQ More likely to succeed in their object than they would if they res-orted to hasty, sumniary Ineasures. They must'be aware that the S6uth is in it Impoverished condition ; and,,...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 3 August 1865

WINNSBORO. Thursday Morning, Augut 8, 155. WANTE0, at this'oiloe, or'-ori to newsboys, to sell papers on the Charlotte & South Carolina railroad. None need apply except those of an industrious and enterprising dispesitien. The Columbia Pmunix has come out in a new dress. The publisher, Mr. J. A. SELBY has just returned from the large printing material manufactories of -the North, where he procured now type, &c. Success to our Columbia cotem. In Richland District the following nominations have been made for the Convention to be holden under Govern or PanaY's proclamation, the firet Mon day in September next. WADE HAMPTON, A. R. TAYLOR, W. A. HARIS, J. G. GiBBEs. Difulties BetWeen Returned Soldiers. The Memphis Argus learns that a bit ter animosity -exists between the people up the Arkansas. Frequent alterca. tions occur between those who served in the Confedeiate army and .others from 'the Union army, who regard each other with malicious hatred. Some days since, at Spades, a ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 5 August 1865

THE TRI WEEKLY _EWS VOLUME I.] WINNSBORO, S. C. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1865.- -NUMBER 0 THE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS: BT J. E. BRITTON. TDE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS is pablilhed ,aTuesdayThursday and Saturday, at ONE VOLLAR per month, in advanco. Single Ctles''UN U11NTS. Advertiretnents inser.ted at ONE DOLLAR per square, of eight line* or less. for the first, and .SEVENTY -FIV cente for each subee. quent insertion, invariably in advance. SO" DURBEC & WALTER, Auction and Commission Merchants, Columbia, 8. C., are th, authorized agents at that place, in collect ing subscriptions and advertisements for tl'e Nr.ws. They will receipt for all monies dtie this office. Fow the Cosnventlont. "Choose for the Convention your best and truest men ; not those who have skulked in the hour of danger-nor those who have worshipped Mammon, while their coun -try was bleeding at every pore-nor the politiolati, who after urging war, dared not encounter its hardsilips-but those who had laid their all upon the alt...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 5 August 1865

WINNSBOflMO. Saturday Xorning, August 5, 1865. WANTED, at this office, one or two newsboys, to sell papers on the Charlotte & South Carolina railroad. None need apply except those of an industrious and onterprising disposition. We publish in .andther column, copied from our Augusta exchanges, two or ders of Major General STEKDMAN, which will be read with interest. They are of the right stamp, and the people of Augusta are fortunate in having placed in audhority in their city a gentleman of auch views. Quite a nuisance is getting to be common in our town, and has been in practice for the past week or two, and t~o which we respectfully call the atten tion of our Post Commandant. We re fer to the essembling of negroes. both day and night, under the piazza of the old Winneb6ro' Hotel. That building is used as residences by numerous fanti lies, and the door and steps on Main street, the only oitlet those living on the west side of Lte building have, is continually crowded by them. Ca...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 8 August 1865

THE TR WEEKLY NEWS. VOLUME I.] WINNSBORO, S. C., UESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 1865. [ '-NUMBER 62 THE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS: BY J. E. BRITTON. THE TRI-WEmKLY NEWS is published ,on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, &t ONE DOLJAR per mopth, in.advance. Single eopi cTa. t5er5T. AdverUremcnte inserted at ONE DOLLAR per square, of eight line* or less, for the first, and SEVENTY -FIVE cents' for each subse. quent insertion, invariably in advance. W- DUlBEC & WALTER, Auction anl Commission Merchants, Columbia, 8. C., are the authorizrd agents at that place, In -vollecting subscript ions and advertisements for the Naws. They will receipt for all monies due thir office. TOBACC AN) THE INTERNAL RXIc ENUE DEP-ARTMENT.-To producers'of tobacco and those dealing in the article, the followjng decision froni the Tress. uty Department, is of grea intereatt Tobacco in the hands of a purchaser may be sold indefinitely within the insurrectionary States, without becoming liable to tax. But when the same is...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 8 August 1865

WINNSBOEO. Tuesday Morning, August 8, 1865. To Correspondents. Our correspondent's, U's, communica tien hs been svehbly crowded out of this issue. It shall appear in our next. The communication of "One of the People," has been received and we wil. try and give place to in our next. "G's" letters hare also been received. We will give them due attention. We learn by the Columbia Phoenix that J. C. JANNEY, Esq., has been ap pointed Postmaster for that city. The appointment is an admirable one. Post Routes. We learn from Washington, says the Petersburg Ixpress, thAt arrangements are being perfected by the Postmaster General for reestablishing, at once, all the mail routes in North Carolina, South Carolina; Georgia and Florida. The Richmond Election. "The New York News is well pleased with the result of the late election in Richmond. It puts precisely the interpre tation upon the voting that every other candid person must do. The election, in its view, -shows that the people of Virginia ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 10 August 1865

TRI-WEEKLY NWS iOLIME 1.] WINNORO. '. C., THU.RDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10 1865. * [NUMBER 63. THE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS: BY .. E. BRITTON. THE 'FRI-WEEKLY NWS is publi4t-ed nTh''uceiay, Timi-sday atun Saturday, At ONK DOLLAR per moutth, in advance. Single copics Tt:N CasTs. Aderttieme nais inserted at ONIE DOLLAR per uluare, of eight lines ur less, for the first, anct EVENTYFIVE cente rr each subse quent insertion, invariably in advanco A&- DURBEC &'WALTER. Auction and Commission Merchants, Columbia, S. C., are the aut horized agents at that plaeo, in collecting sibscript ions and advertisements for the Nws. They will receipt for all ionies due this office. [Fort THU Nws.) Linces n the Diath of Wm. Neal, -in. fan', Son of J. D B and Martha DeBow. The oloniig buils tlint blush in May, . The flowere tint glad the eye, And sutmmer's foliage- where are they When atflumn's dirges sigh? Anil where art iou ? lent for a day To snile anuil bless each hotr Babe Ihou art gone with the buids away...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 10 August 1865

WINNSBOEQ. Thursday Mornitg, August A- 165., We surrender our coldnms this taorn i-.g to communicationis and general new.. Our readers will overlook the absence of our usual variety of editorial matter. We direct special attention to . the communication of "ONE OF TUm PEO. mI.F" to be found in another column. Ve are authorized to give notice that J. B. McCivrs, Esq., respectfully de clines to become a candidate for a seat in the Convention. -We learn officially that the 102nd U. S. colored troops, on garrison at this place, are ordered to report immediately to Charleston there to mustered out of service. We also learn that Co. A, 1st Ohio Cavalry, will leave to day fur thvir headqat-ter4 at Orangeburg, to be mnus. tvred out. Communication. Emon Nrws: Nothing can be 'N more importance just now than a prope-r conception of what duties are re quirel oievery man who expects to be. comie a citizen of the United States. It has been asserted that great political cliange.- in our rolitical ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 12 August 1865

; F 7 1, 1 7 *.I*l i -QL uT C.,* W WWP301W, tGO ~ATU~pA _ 12,1"g'~RR 64. my J. . ITOI ?Mr. T-11-WEJCLY IWS. Is published. ,dn Iucsdsy4 ,J'hureday arni SaLUrty, at O~NE ]DOLLAR P,'G' 11111u)(, in advanco. Singio . . Mveatifee nts Inucrted 'at ONEI DOLLAR pe vq er. if 0 Iht.tined or ikba, fir the frt all . *f'in l N cento for qccu sube. U, h th OOP ibly'in 'ndvanW~ SWDU RBHC & IVALTBR, Auctign quKI 00.0atiision. bertholits, Cuum'bis, a. " ., Wr 64e a"thoizod al;ents At thsa' . 01#4i; In bolle'bt' sibagT4Nitiona and Advdrismeikle 11-1 is9 Ihi. of Nej will kelept. for Sill 2 ainitrat fromo ibis 0 a... The Now York.HRoald's I Hio Janero 6rcgp~f~ozidc1Ct, Writive oti' Jut-to 66, v1o itu Iwith No~ii, bti and o'p1ri. ione 6n, tbreimptaintsbef 'BkAzil: '.iAn 'Etjxraion" whichk '*A cOiin~end to ~jtlewtr~ad'wio IaveyetIfroks' up ''thero ytl VroOfiti s~~ eill tlwbavj v iiottce 66 (ho 4AjeWt 0 thi oltjOiftjiny %Ow raC'eisof Aht'Un. ta ' mlA enoi typ 'kauova. Into to f" it ~ tp , j ha1 t PArt...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 12 August 1865

Satursday Morning,Asgat 3 1OW. The Hon. E. G. PAJJIER althorizes us to state that he respectfully declinpa being a candidate for the ConveniOn. We find the following advertisement in the Columbia Phamir, which we are requested to notice. FAUnWELD AssoolATIoN.-The meet. ing of this body, in Winnsboro', is post. poned uhtil further notice. J. . REYNOLDS, lioderator. We notice ly the Charleston Courier that robberies, knock-downe, with pick. pockets, are' being practiced to a great - extent in the Palmeqto City. We hope she nay soon be under laws that will ef'ectually puta stop to the profession of such gentry. By-th.b, those of our Charleston friend# living in our little town are vel come to call at our office at any time and see the Chadleston paper. We will take great pleasure in affording them the terusal of it. We learn by our Raleigh exchanges that "the freedmen of Virginia claim pay for their labor from the date of Presi dent Livcom.s's emancipation proclama tion, January 1, 186...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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