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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 20 April 1865

TE TRI-WECKLT NEWS VOL. I.] WINNSBORO, S. C., THtTRSDAY'UORNNG, APRIL 20, 1865. THE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS: JY J.E.'BITTON. ..- -, i fa-6, -TEP TRI-WEEK16Y NEWS is published on Tuesday, Thursday ad Saturday at 0 I.OQ per opy. AOVII1TURMSi1fS Wilt be iaserted at 06.00 a square, ten lines -or less conatituting a' s1uare. As the Initnedate'ieonstrutction of this rood In higly important, all materials -of Iron, ties and stringpe are noeded, and their remioval i% forbidden by any one. april 6'06 WM. JOIINSTON,.Pres't: " enae" fos- Children, IS the title of a collection . of admirable stories, mostly founded on facts, and which originally .appeared' in the Southern Jrersbyteriam and onfederate Baptist, over the signature of "TRACusRa." Phe rapid sale of this work, (over 1800 copies havingbeen sold,) speaks well for the favor with which it has been receivid by the Southern public. There is nothing seoea rian contained in It, the authors' obje'ot be ing the incouleation of true piety amongst . he ...

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. — 20 April 1865

WINN VUUBSDAY MORNING, APRIL 20,1186. "Theisspes" In another column will be found an' ;rticle under the above caption, written for the Southern Guardian of January 21, 1865, and which we publish in our paper this morning by request of, its author. Upon all topics vill we be glad to hear from our friends, and to give place to their contributions whether coincid. ing with our views or not. Of cou~rse we claim the right of criticising. *Commission House., By reference to advertisement in an. other column, it will be seen that Mr. A. D. HItLIunD proposes- to open ,a -Commission, or Auction House, in Winnsboro'. We need something of the kind in'our town, where parties hav ing articles to dispose of, can send them for sale, without having to send them from door to door. We wish Mr. HILLIARD much suOcess in his undertaking, and would advise all who have- articles to dispose of to send them to "The Commission Store." Exchanges. We have had no exchanges fqr the past week, and this will accou...

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. — 22 April 1865

-, - T. NIL*. 8 r 1n1W ~''11 t 1. ' OR~i APRIL 22. 1865.. -~ .% c;4a~e 111uW lotqwu '"too to 0*er 'EXECUTIV W?~ARTONT. E 1 Invleasion of UI . 0 tq has r.Udnrti~I it prop~ aht ~e gislative Dep~ri -Ub, 0)6uv*Vd,- th*A uc nobemsa iay, be tudopted ab th6.Wdtr6.ofj 41,14,1121~ ~qilro- A.$4 for 4hat twpoeq tho outnb*0 I ,the Sensate &lid the nusej ofteproejI Vei~ of d:ttof6ib 6oI a i~r6 by Invited ito 'ispuluble VA,! O6veehifi onw * 'UBODAY,,tb. 26th- 4Wg o(&prily:88, it' te(ivrnor : A.d. A UTI.K W&- All p4kpmi(e the State wlU mad.Its__________tant all J) n'ti p :of Iron, I lot and akineis 4'needed, and: Itjele rowvai VoA14on by tiny iotte. "& Pt-Ilf ti' .WM. jOI1t4TON.:PA#Vl *E jlia~brigialI00 t"i&Id In e ~I8 et~es '. Pi 0d I-44.0"I~mL aicf, ov ef'0 layor ~w'liW4104 it has 00*0 iromeAviesl. Ihe' 1,$i-*1laeru eu)WWo iTitere, is, 9ati4'f.qt A401 rIPsvggj~e*.PIpn1 a J, . . -..Copies Coa be poueet~hanlc.~ro 11... Iifw A It SI8041=q lwojUvi Ab elgit PIinnsborn. Meal giLydn...

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 April 1865

W-PersT po thi, will confer a favor on us y'c Ing at our office and procuring papers for di tribution ajoog tlpeir route. bygjYgisbor~o liaving ate -papers in their possessieh, wi very,. mli oblige, us, aa wi as-it Will be gra ifyig to the whole'ocnmu. bywhjoh the piay,1egrn t1 Ia tes tmiligence ofa new chraL e by letting us have the use of them. We will give proper credit for all papers brought to our o&ioe, as well as, if kequired, compensate those sendhig or leaving them. From No. Lee's Army. In another.toluirt will be found the' sad details 9f the capitulation of Gen. LiE 's A roly, which ..we tako from the Daily BoVth Carolinian of the ,19th inst, and for which we 'are indebted to r. N. M. GinsoN, of Columbia, S. C. The Assassination of Lincoln and Be *vsrd. In our telegraphic department will be found a telegram, dated at Washington, giving the news of the assassination of. Lincoli and Seward, at that place, d' 'the night of the 12th inst. Whether the news is correct or not...

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 April 1865

W, 'tl 1-1; it~i t' T' VOL I: I " c*,TUEMDAY'VR 74 X-: #-_WR: IVY J.- R. B ITO . THE T1'ti-W!EKLY NifWS Is publistl(d in Tuesday, Thursday. and Ma tuday at $1,00 yjqr oopV- y. V, Wille Cinsertet at'&.0 M sqare, ten lints or less coAnstituting a squarr. DEGS LEAVRTO Bi l PADIES, .that she is prepar4 to rep .irnndre-shape Any work qtthis kilkd, endaust91 a4, her, will be in tsaliefaction, and at - Jionable cbarges. Qrdeis lift at the- I no, horo Hoit will be ptmtly attefided to a pill W05-i.-w4' M t e eit CiWOldea. EXHECUTN ,Y DFPA*TENT. COLUS.Dilk aich 2'. 1866. T lilt ffnvttasion 'of' h 81tate hO reodi4od it. proper that' tile Legislative DepetH. vtwnt of the Govorument of thq State .shob11l. be cotened, that ach, neaa4res -may be adnpted as the welfare nf tile qi may, r <juire. And for that purpose t h9 msemers of the Sendte and the iouse d'r Reprbsenta tiNes of the State of .South 6(oli*Ahbre here. hy invited So assemble at -Greville. on. 'TU.ESDAYithe 25th 4ay/of April,, 1...

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 April 1865

WINN MORNIN IL Person oi in this, will confer a favor on us by calling aft our o00 and rocuilg papers for die. trilkiiol Muer~itt. Mix-r am. * '~t~.~1fI~ ~ospo neu, froni ad''ibikbs notinew in fall donnection bytnail, will .dbllgo us sp'bially- by. reporting to the aws ffiod, -an& will thus- aid in pte. nVOting Wating rumors. O W R iristie, or truds; AhM~tng been 8nd ilht, the fbies thow on Con. -derae *bio,:-bt Confederte atil edl,.s-doseaeed their dadly ttife, A A6 o Tekig'-oh their vurs." GOD graint thaE tlii siay result in pjeace to 26ilehd.-ftpeeo rH TH EAoCkROwi.e - n 'eren to this aubject the Coinm' bia PhnIx pays; - . truce i ie been agreed on be. .*weep Dep. Jolenston, and Shern~a. A*1'hi ro s dontinue un01 the adjust M3entof terug# betwein the representa .y of, hetwo'Confederacies. But, in %he vent of either party being 'distis ied,, tifen a notice of forty-eight hours is reuiired before the disruption of .the terme of truce." Ge o t The fbliowing General Order, from ....

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 April 1865

_E TRIm WEK LI WINE"'i,.?7 VOL L.] WINNSBQRO, 8. C., THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 27, 1865. [NUMBER 18. TUk TRI-WFE.LY NLWS: BY J.-. IDRIT/TJON. Til TRI. V EEKltY NEWS i-a polblii ,a x Tucesday, Thu,*Juay and SatLurdhay at s1*00 pert iopy. ADVMRTIftEMtNT., Will be insete - a! $5 N0 a 1isaro, ren l n e ar less conltitutiiw a -qeore. The Ke y toss. . A MAsONIq MONTI.T MAOAStNE. W AS oommenced on the FI RST OF JAN. UARY, 4865, 16 publication of a Monthly Magasine under'the above title, de. voted to the interest of the Ancient and henorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons. I beliere that every good Mason will agree with me in the opinion that such a publica tion w#i1 be beneficial in enlightening our less informed brethren, and in dispensing many a calm, kind word of cheerfulness to the heartsand homes of thousands of wot. thy brothers, their widows 'and orphans. It will be my earnest purpose to bear wihat ever humble. ability 1 tay possess to make It a relialyie custodien of sound Nl...

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 April 1865

W INNSWN THURSDAY MORN RU) Er Persoti goi pois t. vsd this, will tonfer a fivor on us by calling at our ofice and procuring papery for dis. tributiefioug thdit route. tate PapriiandNewir. AnUOWdii'dav14g Pap~m, 'irari ving,*th paperg,or.news, froip any places nt nowhin full connection by mail. -Will oblige us specially by reporting to the News office, and will thus aid in, pre. venting exciting rumor -9 . W.W 79e present this morning, letter No. 2, fm dur highly esteemed correbpon. <dent E. W.W- It will be found inter eating. Meat, Neat, meat. Cannot some of our friends supply us with a 'ilQe noa I Bacon is the cry now. We-are out and have not the prospect of a supply, unless some of our friends'will "come to the rescue." osUlities again Resumed, 15y a private despatch, received by a gentleman of this place, we learn that hostilities have again been resumed by the Federals. What the armistlce was for, and wlhat good it has done, we have been unable to learn. We suppose that- in 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. — 29 April 1865

I - 2 4p ~ru E 1I~I R~i ~ tI Ll~vu~~ O)I ...c99 406 qblf!6 .11IbN, dte tlines On dturday, the 4th of March, the -MlOlibig Setfattr of the' Utited States Cobgr rtired frota their seath -in that lody:-Nathaniel A. Fat*ell, of Maine; 6hn .P. Hale of 4W Hampshire ; John C. Ten Eyck$ of rewf Jei-ey; John S. Carlile, of (the so called State of) Virginia; Wrn. A. Rtichardson, of Ilinoih; Lazards W. rowell, of Ken. tueky;Benjatihia, . Hai-ding, of Otegon, nd Martin 8. Wilkinson ofMinnesoto. 4'E BUeT oP GIWt.-A colebrated Writer- says, the beat thing to give yoiur - enemy, forgivOnoss;. to your opporent toleranoe, to a friend, Your heart; to your childen a good- example;. to. o father Oeferehee to your mother, cotidunt that will'make hev proud-of you; to yourself, respect; to all men charty. A child, botn recoaly ii San . esco, had no opening.for its eyV. Outs were made, and a'pir of. bright' eyes' were found un4erneath. What is most singular, eye- ahes have commenced growing.on qaaliside of...

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 April 1865

.gW" Peteos APt_ to points beA this, will 4o nfer a fator on us by 10g a4our office and pr9cdrpg papers for dis rbation along their ronte. &ate Papers andfews. - Ay fiends receihing papers, or Mrl nt with paprsornews, from any places bot now in full conneotion by mal, will blige a specially by reporting .o Ahe swa office, and will thus aid.in pre testing exciting rumors. A 8eriptral - aigma.. We publish in anothet coluron a scrip tural Imnigma, and invite etw'fiends to Solve the problem'. All anwers to the sigma will be addiesed to eAtor News, with the name of 1e person sending the copnntmicatioi. This must be rigidly adWered to, as no notice will be taken of the aswer, Iless accompanied by a re nosoible natne. 'The Walside ine-9o the ladies -JWe have been requested by severaj ldies to invite' meeting of the ladies of Winnsboro at Thespian Hall, on Mon. day neAt May 1, at 1I o'clock, for the purpose of getting into immediate oper ation the Wayside Home. We hope that all the ladi...

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. — 2 May 1865

M'. -VL~ 1.) [MJBlo .CTU9AAQWGMA S8 . NMBERg!o. Y J. R. BITTON. - THE TR1-W IEKIA 1410W8 Is pabliohed o* Tuesday, Thmrot*1y andlIBardau ' A correspondent of thte Appeal writ ing from Selma, heard not lQong since of. a most ohocking outrage, and which none but a demon would have gommit. ted. A lady was traveing on the cars, seated just in front of a soldier, having on one of her fingers a very flue ring, went to sleep, letting her hand. having the ring on it, rest on the back of the seat.. On reaching a station whera the train had to stop, the soldier attempted to cut her finger offto get the ring. Failing to str~ie the joint. of the finger, he did not succeed in getting the ring.. At. once he ran out of the doorof th car, mhking his escape. If this be true, it is one of the -most fiendish acts of cruelty we have heard of sin'ce this bloodv wnr was in augurated Such a ?cound7el deserves to be burnt et the stake. From'the Grenada. Miss. Mottve we learn that a negro man, sixty years ol...

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. — 2 May 1865

TU$8DAY MORt OMIW 4f PCrsons to pot nd this, will confer a favor on is bf cat ing at our office and procuring papers for dis 4ribfition along their route. * te ?aprs *nd Ners. A vdy fkieideceiving papprs, or yd ing wiopapeisor nows, fronwana s e11 not now in 1111 connectiQn -by tnafl will obhgeu0s specially by reporting Io the wa offiee, and will thuaL aid in pre venting exciting rumors. Our Tahka Are due, and are be'eby tendered, to Mr. J. B. D. Bi*'w. for late copies of the Columbia paper. In these ".no-tnail-times" such favora are appreciated by, us. Mr. DeB., will please accept our thanks. The Committees. The following ladies, comprise the Committees for to-day (Tuesday,) and Wednesday, as appointed by the meet. ing yeswerday, for the purpose of furnish ing meals to soldiers, on their passage through our town. Each committee, for the separate diys, will meet and adopt its own plan of-operations. TuESDAY: Mrs. McMaster, Miss E. Laughlin, Miss More, Mrs. DeBow, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Bo...

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. — 4 May 1865

9* - - ---- --=r &~~1 Ay! ~ 3!J iMID ~ 'The aleo.Naisbvifle and:CirAnoofe, paesreceivud th~rough the lIlgewufaiul.I hil d ilitereptig jpAtticul ttM of. "atle ttegety ina Ib,iin Iifei 1P wbicul reently, docarrdd inl .Wahingtbn (1ityprtmue W_ in, site -deftthof the two. *r~ia fied~s ofthe rlol,11ntIo . bi I I.4& s Ilia4 jiohiitaded to vi~it Ate the atre -- iji thil lVederalcatita1,'whotd wa.to; betow Atme'hAfti Oongima.'. Hl a ocouplidylauais *#or - w'aioi ocasion%. (a' pri vate;; box4 . no6iW) 'I - by hit wife.. Thm reprosen, t Iat1eu tf tive dramihd fbardly -. begun,, whan a* pistol Ahct *was herd~i:baat thikv npise created no stir iiutl*- larf~i assin. blI~ve, anti no oxciteflOIf wait nionide-a niany vviemuitede, qme the temons, aitd 'crieo lot -hrn s 4ilpcoln. . ,:"; - Urn1'di~eV )t. atc, i mlnPawpd, from, ilie box- ifrf'it, ofthe fbo1&blig~vN. Irendislat* % tv kduggffri and exciifug- M&*AWon. 11~oi -Virginaia, is. Iaged 11A. The'ctowd, *as if itrcken-&ith a pf...

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. — 4 May 1865

ThXURSD'A O I N 41 thus iull co fter a vt ibyd n #4 our office and prpeurln .papers f~r dis oplu'jical t.14. 4 i full iotin by~te. M til obl 9,bseial@ncOyr rti ~~tre~i oif the -coutitty eotof1the Ohiktahoohje, * eurc04 g.46 StA4;6' ~ ai South cOoiTIR, Gdoryeis and Alabama. As Will 6'a Gl, SUIR.&N, alaro N4twntad ta ronuamAn t 40, PeLv'fu~a Put'u of ife~. No fbrao' IowCJL' TWlttm Ae~vns -~good, dentl ot OI1Q34Igeqen~0 IfON C itl -As~urlog hitiIo M63.1"74M)&. Piov .fhrto~r ptr. ~0 WVe return our thaiuks to Mr. P. A, papers, zt4 aloio for a copy of tit,, Col um. lbia caer. I * Thq odiomitio *Th*s 1i"Cp~pvisii Phe Oomuiittoe fofrejl.rfI fbod-ft, t 01;t 'djrs * 1Thursday~Ti Vn Pias,'ro e~a Urs. iBav~k.Mrs. br.HAr ec, )4r Dr. Robertsonj Mn,. , Praq- furs. Por. Fr't,111O -pat 4&y, or t" i)'a~4) alternately) warm. and coL, .7%6 morn injgs ny~w. ft aeeldedy so1(k. $ot strutdgc phenomenon of 0the atmosphere. We have had fie rains for gat~en pur. pose. *A ooiored nmnanswerino to th...

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. — 6 May 1865

-0 P -f - J ~:- ~ - *)-.*- * -- - -- '1~~~~~ ~. Twv__~ ~ r rv~ ' IVObUMEI __ !wf3 V: tJRD*Y M; RTG.A, MAY 6, 1865. -b ; WMR. THE TRI.W~EE NEWS: NDEI _.r4._y.___ Vihotlyfw IWO~l Iwoittlrii1, 'wml 1 A 1.m Gaf o* D l ~ ~ s s s 1 ~ s t q s a at a hoppitablo looking, vAwi*,4 nd 'yez furlit,s*.d the :pmrervligly'N Lt ii. rephoediho.ismataq. '$iOeyeiltAkydbiug t. Itsk-pay ye InI qadl-jistavfurbtho moldier II it qxuokvshaceeiiuof- -v6l. lies jutoendcd solelr-foi'- the veatk points. tY tb i Wce The leoas-'4 tiiPituied -RiviW Inett1'4 of a -gl*a t46o. poor eMkr- Whe oquS1t ju~ Mdt1,6a. hoIdA lef 6104 ~ haw,1wh'l~. Ibftl.o Zey rill(IS oi ti ihg- die Cfedtsr~j tile" 'sokldWP uli #.#'d 'Witid*Ib t ~ht~~i~f$ in my otAker ithoot"e of c .'~i4s~ *tji t .hrtdi hk, -.ixnf ye/lru nohbjiiW' kin&yib Ali mbet Trinhnni'aAj kvv yex a eb~tifikato .paynblo in-goold oUjAui ifie~wttr., rIIe.propdaltionfl; videlmtyr itit cotAajwx- the; timne t4~.hir:ahi~dI;, 4ud thle security '1ns6luld,' atnd th11 Iopil 'Who...

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. — 6 May 1865

SATURDAY MORA gr Personagi in this, will oonfer -fa us idg - at our office and procuring papers for dis. tribotion along their route. T6 wilmdittee. e ladi 1 iahnhe Commitfee for pirpaiind oddo1e sokiirs, fqr Saturday, Sunda ad Monday are s follows: SATURDAY: Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Shedd, Mrs. Wm. Robertson, Mrs. (.illiard, Mrs. Boyce, Mrs. Couturier. SUNDAY: Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. McCants, Mrs. Taft, Mrs. Martin, Mr& Frasier, Mrs. Withers. MONDAY: Miss Caroline Aiken, Mrs. Brittor. Miss 'Eunice Aiten, Mrs. JIs. Aiken, Mrs. Rion, Mrs. Wagftr. No News. Everything is barron. We haver no news at all. Rumoreare prevalent, but 3ack confirmatidn. Our Troops We have been informe thati some of 'the South Carolina troops, cf (en: JOIINSToN'8 army, will passr rrugli Winnsboro, in regular arniy order, in a -day or two. We hope that these Vet*. .rang will enroy peace and otmfortw RaIlroad Aoldet. We learn that about ten days ago while a train bearing a large lrumber of paroled soldiers as, ceming fem ...

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. — 9 May 1865

"I~ T w T--KvTN.EWS 7 T CT RI WEEK L Y NES. VOLU t WINNSBORO, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 9, 1865. [NUMBER 23. TOE TIgLEW THE TRj.W( NWS apubebed 'ouesd..ay, Thuralty and Sat rday. . Persons'going to point. pyond this will confo? a,4avor on us by calling at our office and procuring papers for dis. tibution along thqir fouto. Any friends receiving papers, or arri ,Ang with papers or n'evs fronauy places -not now in full connedtion'by mail, wilt .oblige us specialliY by reporting to the Nzwa office, aid, will thin aid in pre. venting exciting!rumors. Suspended. The Daily BorO Carolinian, publish. 'eI at Chester, . C., s temporarily spended publicatiep. . A fuli0sa ity M~e learn that an awful calamity has *befallen some eight citizens, and bhree. 'soldiers of Chestet, S. -0. It seems that theo persns d6n Abd~1 and received 'the gef's belonging to the 'Medioal Pthar Y.eyoro Depvtpewijt, ond :entered the 'building. looking for. ner wines an4 liquors. In their sarci they came adros 'a fts...

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. — 9 May 1865

WN TUESDAY MORNI Late' Pap~sk. -4 Mr. DAVID JONES wil please accept our thanks for a copy, of the Coludibia Phonix, of the.th ink, from which we make several extacts. ' . We also ten*der ou' aclinowledgements to Dr. 11. BOYLBTON, for a copy of the Daily Carolinian of the 6th inst. Such favors are appreciated ,by us especially at a time like the present. -ine Strawberries. We return our thanks' to 2its. J.. S. STEWART for a saucer, of large, luscious strawberries, which came to hand on Saturday afternoon last.. \e, together with our better half, enjoyed the treat, and take pleasure in returning than1ks to our esteemed friend 'for her present. Deathof a God Citisefl. Mr. T. J W'Er.js, a bhighly respected cilizen of this town, departed this life on Sunday afternoon lIst, after, an illness of a fe* weeks. The deceased was an examplary shristian, a fine gentleman and an excellent scholar. As aprofos sor of education he had but fow supe riors. We havo heard it said of him that -4 since th...

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. — 11 May 1865

. - *'-t 44 - - r ..*..' '-::.-- - -- 4 . . . r e - . - - .- . .- - O. IEI $ %2,8 gEd$A OW yo' ' - xa 1141 6 ~4~~EY ~ 1~IT3J ~L"4iTh in or'~. ~ N~WS 4. publIshed ~ and SAturday. ~ V~r~on o4iti~ to poiri~s be~ond .this~ ~v$ cqn~r~.,fi~vor on us by. calling * at our office.~uel procuring papers fordi~. .h~ti~n along their route. * Any frie~ids receiving papers, or arri vIti~~ith pnp~rsor a~ewi~ omu pt~a~cVs. not now in full coatnecttcm bytnad,. wall oblige iw spcci~l1y by repoii~ing to the Nv.ws office, aind ~vi1i thus ,oid in pre * ye nf~.9~citing ntmor~ LAW A~4D OubEn.-liMcs~ ~6tnething is proi~ipt~y done to a~reat, by tlaestr6ng * arm of ~ the' Wregnlsrat.ies and ont 'lawl4~v gh10h are nightly' o~urriflg in 'tliscl~4 th~ro ~vill' 'be 'b1oodsh~d d~id coYiflsg.ation The Sheriff of 'tI)OThAth~t 'shbul~" bo here wit.h'~ his po*ue comilatu'. ",Vlere' is he? 'A 'tih4ly fotc of &ih~4t4l~leeunaer an effi. ~ to appre. 4l~jd. u~tnT tinl~ss propol' 9teps 'tire ta L~'ii fdr'otv~nti6n, the ...

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. — 11 May 1865

TH URS-6DAYi MORN AY4 "To the Peopl*of to In another cotmn. agai sish, from the Columbia paper, another of .the Qovernor's prpclanations or ad dresse. r >e Ot-e Nth t.p~ Beef Was soll, yeswtday, in, our arket at 8 a 10 vents. Butter. 4ia* bkeen selling for 10 ets. perib, Bacon conimands- 12} a 15 cts. Corn $1 per ushel, and other things in prolortion. We hope soon to chronicle even a cheap er rate than the above. Will it not be Padtloable? , The above inquiry is asked our Town Council in referenge to putting in order the well' in fro6t of our Town Hall. The vell ought to be tepaired, and we suggest the matter to our City Fathers. A geitleman has authorizeil us to say that 1he Will give a rbpo for the purpose stated-nothing then remains but to have the well cleaned and two buckets attaOhed, as tl - hook and wheel still re nain. The residents in that vicinity are de peidnnt upon a kind neighbor for a sup. ply of water, while a public Vell is al. lowed to remain in a condition that ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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