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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 10 April 1866

Tuesday' Moraling, 4110 I G; gygP. 8%limav' Esq-., is h.ie -so ageit for this, pappfin )htrl6o, S. C. Notice to Disthiers.. We refer to the ad'vertisement indev this head. Parties involved are advised to confoym with the directions of the BoaRd of Coilmissioners . The conse. qixences of illegal distillation umer the last act of the Legislature on the sub. ject are serious-both. sno and imprison. ment, Poffifeal 1,a6ters.. We appropriate the most of this is. sue to the publication of the- Proclama tion, and other matter connected with the great isstmnow pending between the. Execrtive and Legislative Depart. ments of orr Government. The coun try has reached a juncture of political affairs of most intense interest to every Veto, Tu another column is ptblished the Importifnt and ominous annloincement, of the passage of the Freedmens Bill over the Presidents veto by a vote of 33 to 15. This intelligence will be received with well grounded apprehension and alarm by all Southerners ; tlong...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 10 April 1866

J.. IOU TfE B*s. 110NO IN bent d ca ed hands She III ver hIn 'ho -tustl eff lets i th o 050 And gently lenght'nin s lay, a61 rippling waves tha aur'd utt 'Their pLeasant mu r feet. H1ow lovely in ht oe, wuds she 4Sweet LeonqrA ; mourning her loss -Of Co y, Hope and Liberty! eeper still; the aching wound, I"t bled afresh, as bitter thought Repeated o'er the words, "lie's dead, And with h.h, gone my life long joy." * * .* * * * * JA foot-fall in the grass-a cry And close.beside her, knelt the form, She piotur'd, quiet In the grave; But al !.Mow changed-so sadly changed, That e'en her wotan's noble heart, Fe4l one wildthroh of strange repulse, And starting lip aghast, she fled Fled, through the garden walk, and then, WithIrm, slow s,ep, retraced the way; .d softly, taking into hers, The one poor hand was left to him Who both hn risked for Honor's sake; And looking up to that pale face, Whose blighted eye, and soarsdeop marked, Showed scarce one trace of beauly rare, She said, "Forgive ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 10 April 1866

.Whnere's siit If there is a man by the name of John Smith in the United States, he is hereby informed that there is a letter fbr hun in the post office.-Baltimore Sun. The last we heard of Mr. Smith,. he was living in Michigan.-oledo (O.) Blade. That's a mistake. John Smith has been arrested and sent to the peniton. tiary from here for stealing a keg of scrap ircm whiskey.-Buffalo Adverti ser. All wrong. John Smith has been ar rested and sent to Sing Sing for partici pating in a Copperhead Uonvention at Albany.-Broome Republican. Oh, pshaw ! John Smith is over here editing the Alta Californian, ind superintending the construction of a whirligig to grind smoko.-San Fran, cisco Flag. Mistake somewhere. Sinith was in Markleville nll' summer with a wheel. barrow wheeling sunshine down in a cellar to dry buckwheat.-Alpinechroni. cle. The identicat Jhn Smith above re. ferred to recently appeared in the city of Atchison,. and'is running a snake-and. monkey-show at the corner of Fourth and...

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 April 1866

TdE TRI YivELY EWvs By Gaillard & Desportes.] WINNSBORO, S. C.,' THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 12P'1866. VOL, -I.NO1 TIm '111WEEKLY NEMWS Work for the Month. Con.--The present high pric(.s of corn, notwithstanding the full crop last yeat at the West-arising mainly from the high prices of tianlioratiolon, and the indispensable necessity of a full sup. ply, Rdimonisli us to plant i large crop of this gr(-at staple. Therefore, manure 1 heavily. plow deep, use the best. and I heaviest seed you can oblain, and let your after cultitte be of the nmost-thor ough character-working often and deep after the irst plowing, but, shallow Jier I tho roots bi-gin to exteiid,.ko that they n-y be unbroken. Imleed, these four I things constitut.e the whole system of I corn growing-deep breaKing up, and epecially under the rows, planting the corn lower than the general level. plen. ty of manure fpplied, and a frequent shallow stirring of the surface during the growth of the corn.- See that you have enough...

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 April 1866

Death of Presidents. George Waskiogton died at Mount .Vernoq on the 4th day of December, 1799, in the C8th year of his age. Death carae suddenly to him-so suddenly that the tidings of his sickness and his decease simultuneously reached the tails of Coqgress. John Adams came to the 'end of all liv ing' at his residence in Quincy, Mass., on thd 4th July, 1826, realizing what day it was and rejoicing in it. He gradually and quietly expired at the patriarchal age of fourscore years and ten. Thomas Jefferson, by an extraordinary coincidence, breathed his last at Monticello, on the same day that his venerable compa rili, Adams died-the jubilee of American Independence. lie had reached the advano. ed age of eighty-three. James Madison, 'the man of Constitution,' and one of the wisest statesmen our country tvcr produced, peacefully closed his earth ly career at Montpelier. Va., on the 28th of June, 1886, in his eight'y-slxth year. James Monroe died ift the city of Now York, on the 4th day o...

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. — 14 April 1866

I lb __TTEEKLY NElS. By Gaillard & Desportest] WINNSBORO, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, A#RIL 14, 1866. [VOL. III.-NO. 32. The Prussian -War ilol. Ai ust ria aid Prussia, ihe papers al tell us, have benllii quarreling for sonit, lilme abolit. two liu'le Dueb Iiv s onl th< shor vs of the Gerimn Ocean, known je Schleswi.ig and ollui-stei and, not beip able to come to an anikable adjustniiti of thli ifciilty, the two great Gernmn PoW41er Ti now making enlergeic. pre parationls to i ry- the virities of A rim. teigI(A.1( aMH -NIini balIs Amba.,4adors, cabin et, in4isters and llof-Kanzlers must. give way to Gn(eral. .\Nrschallb :1nd Feil-Zegeisters. All this, we l:Lve n1V dobt, is perf--c-0y correei,--but we neverthuless feel as,uired there will he io war. The pivparations ire meait as threats, -and will create a great stir in milit ary, diplomatic aiid finaticial circles; bit a war bet ween these two countrie. wounli b 'ai tended with consequences too serious to be entercd upon prcipi....

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. — 14 April 1866

The Ca" of Craa"I Bradley T. JohNN. BA.TIMOIC, A0i 4.-In the United States Circuit CouV this morning there was filed by AssistAit Disirit Attorney A. M. Rogers. pap,j consisting of copies of a letter front Lieutenant-GenSral rant to President Johnson, and one writ'en in accorda\ice with the instrue %ions of the letter, by AttoroeyGeneral Speed to Willitm J. Jones, District At torney of the Unit6d States Court. The fllowing is tW6 letter of Lieutenant. General Grant: H9~AD4jVA1tTZNB, ARMIE OF THE U. STATES. W1a1(NoTox, April 2, 1866. Ais E:iZellen6y Adrew Johll'on, Presi. dent of the United States: Sia-I would reftectfully request thit Bradley T. Johmon, Itae a'genoeri in the rebel army, be etased from thb bonds under whisl' he is now held b1v the State of Afial'tid for the part he took in the batte of Gettysburg (as I indetstand) in 1863. B. T. Jlitason Was paroled under the conventi6i be. tween Generals Sherman and Johnston. At the' time of hi:, indictment he was in the State of Nl...

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. — 17 April 1866

T1iE. TRI-WIEEL NEWNM Desportess] WINNSBORO, S. C., TUE86AY MORNING, APRIL- 1, MO. [VOL. TH.I.-Np T'[ TIHREEKLY NRWS lY GAILARDI AND DESPORTES. RATES OF sulSCtIPTIoN: "TIlE NEMVS" is piblizihel on Tuesiay, ThlrsdLay and Saturday, at $6.00 per ain itm, invariably in advance. 6ingle colies ten cents. , ADYItTINl HATUR: Ordilnary advertsemen,. occupying not. moro I hian ti. lines, (otne mqure.) will bo inspried in -Il m, Nows," at $1.00 for the first insmrmi'on and sevety-five ctnts for each Subsogticat publicatliou. Larg..r n,lvertisemnetits, wien no contract. i. ia-de, will be charged in exaot propor Contractr will ho made in accordance with the followiig schvlli : Scoliumn I mo. $ 20. 1 column mo. $ 75. 1 " 30. A " G 100. i " 1 " 45. 1 " G " 120. 3 " 1" 5 " 1 year 100. S" 60. " 1 ' 120. 1 " 3 " 75.11 " J " 200 Cnmiract will also be mado for smaller spices; and for all periods over a month. For annotuNcig a canlidate to any offlice ot'rolit, honor or trust $10.00. Marriage, iOitary N...

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. — 17 April 1866

lord Ohaiii aidadreow Jii 66n' William Pj'- su osi Chatam, vua d a r r 0 to premiership b4 glan o e . Fuishment 4"; Serce iW. land; .AR tew .JoItO brg President at the close of a errific civiT war. ' The perils that encompass our Presideqt -pre sinilar to those perils whIth cohfronteA Lord hitham when hd'entere"d the halls' of Staf4. "exi4 the proceedigi,b that " brillianFt aes man franish a hittorical lamp to our an derstanding. On hi acce ion to owir be tound Scotland iatipg Augl'n,.an E-nglYnd bating Scotland; the 8cotch were.writh ing under the blood and cruel penal'es they had incurred b treasonable aott for several yesrs. The Pnliah; led by the Duke of Cumborl4nd, bad slaughtpr. ed. a pathway thrTgh,, venerable cities and flourishing villages. The de vastation committed by the British army ot their sister kingdom may be judged of by the fct that ,he country, for ifty miles arqind tha, victorjous sbl diery, was plundered and ravaged, not a man. or a house.remaining. ' The'Etig:...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 17 April 1866

Local Items. Death of Little Jai. R. Withers.-Diet on Friday afternoon, 13th inst., JAMI RANDOLPH, only child of Capt. 1. N and Mrs. Withers, aged 1 year and 1 months. [As appropriato to this notice, a fricn( has called onr attention to the verew bolow, which form a word-picture up preciated only by those whose heart have been made to blood by its reality.] .1 hear a shout of merrimenit. A laughing boy I see ; Two little feet the carpet press, And bring the child to me. Two httle arns aro round my neck, Two feet upon my knee; How fall the kisses on my check low sweet they are to me ! That merry shout no more I hear, No laughing child I see ; No little arms ire round my neck, Nor feet pon my knee. No kisses drop upon my cheek Those lips are sealed to me. Dear Lord, how could I give him up To any but to Thee !" Preathing inny be expected in the Methodist Church this evening itt, 7+ o'clock. New Advertenicnts.-Bacot, Rivers & Co. Proposals for Towni Marshall. C. & S. C. Railroa...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 17 April 1866

rion Th B Niwa.] A 8BAR LEAF FROM MEMORY. nY ONBSTEs. The roseate blush was on her dlifpled cheek, The happy smile bedecked her dewy lips, Her words In cadence sweet, fell on my car, Her tiny hand bedecked with jewels, and so fair, Were alt my ow u. Time past and still amid the shades we met, Where whispering low tlf6 waters crept, O5'er fragrant beds where'violets slept, When meek eyed stars thieir vigils kept And all for me. tarth wore then her richest robes of pink, And star eyed Hopo the golden link, That lures us to the fatal brink, there love is wont to rest, and drink The crystal cup. * * * * * * * Turn back-we will not further go, To retrospect the past-but o'er The sear loaves of regretted joys IWe'll flee to greet more recent toys Thatjust as soon will fade. The lurid glare of fiery Mars, Emblazoned the Northern sky, And where an hundred thousand meet, The lover-insooth must hie To do or die. Full many a froughten field is passed, Full many a sulphurous cloud, But rides he...

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. — 19 April 1866

_ __ NEW8. By 6&06rd &DesprtesP] WINNSB ORO, S. C., THURSDAY MO RNING, APRIL 19, 1866. [VOL UI.-NO. 8 TIIR_TIII-ItER NE__ TRTR-VRH1NflWS BY GAILLARD AND DESPORTES. RAT1E O sUnsenAVOON: ''THE NEWS" is published il TUesday, thursday and aturday, at $6.00 per an. num, invariably in advance. Single copies ten ents. ADVaT1IINO RAfES: Ordinary advertisements, occupying not. more than ten lines, .(one squsre,) will be inserted in 'Iun Nzws," at $1.00 for the first insertion and seventy-ive c,nts for each subsequent publicntion. Larger advertisements, when no contract is made, will be charged in exact propor tion. Contracts will be made in accordance with the following schedule.: column me. $ 20. column6 mo. $ 75. 1 " 80.1 " 6 " 100. 1 " 1" . 45. " 6 " 120. * " 8" 45. " 1 year 100. 8". 00,- " 1 - 120. 8 75. " 1 " 200 Contracts will also be made for smaller spaces and for all periods over a month. For announcing a candidate to any office' of profit, honor or trust $10.00. Marriage, O...

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. — 19 April 1866

1.1410IVrr"W71r Tr W-1 CONoREBSIONAL. Nothing of any interest re#e comes from WashiOgtol in,-i of tCo gressional prooeongs. In politics the great oenIte the had (Washington) is all agog. The Fealans are attracting interest. The Government will not permit any combi nation of men to entangle the United Statev in dnimecessary dIfficltiei Vith' fendly powers. The Reconstruction Committee is s a dead lock. The policy of issuing a general Amnesty proolamatlion has not been agitated in of cial circles. All said about it i4 mere news japer conjecture. There are rumors of Cabinet changes, liut none have yet been made. Poor Jefferson Davis is treated with strange indifference by the Executive, Le. gislative and Judiciary. lie Is to be tried, lie is to be* paroled, he is not to be tried, and so lie it'left to pine away. JUDICIAL. The Supreme Court of the .U.nited States has adjourned. No measures were taken to bring to trial Mr. Davis, or others who are under condemnation in advance of any tri...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 19 April 1866

Leeal Jtenls. iarden PMid.-Mr. M. Brown ha.i laid on our table (the Sanctum table) the first fruits of the Garden pea vi!o 'hat we bame seen this season. A m*ss 'of peason the 18th of lay is pretty 'good. We congratulate Mr. Brown on his success, and ourselves on the sight of the peas right before us, green and juicy, and-pilod high enough to -put it the pa per, if,not iti ot flw to do up "a Turkey.''-f-ivo and Learn" is the motto of life, or should bo. We will help our renders to apply it. in the practice of Turkey killing. We Iave the virt.o of it from thoft who have tried it. Here it is : First get a turkey. Select three gentlenpit of undoubted agility and strength.. Get a glass ofstrong vinegar. Let one gentleman 11011 . the bill of the feathered .vict.im, mouth open (wo mean the turkey's mouth,) and head up. Let another gentleman seize thi glas of vinegar firmly in 'the right hand, tilt it gently over thb orifice 'to the turkey's throat, aim will for the throat,' and le.. the v...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 19 April 1866

Lon Tun uwa.] Wriam 1A AteighN bobr tA* Rattle of Zennessio Nountai". by 039T11. ?40ther, dear mother I'm sitting alone, Bieath our trystIng $rbe ; As the wind in fitful aenfe mourn And the rain drops by its breath areblown, Mother my heart yearnI for thee. Mother, my comrade is sleeping near, His face upturned to the cloud; His eyelid is 'ringed with a crystAl tear He dreams of home, and friende who are dear, From his solted and watery shroud. Ah, mother,f'ends of mine are few, No bright smille beams for me, No petition now is mipe to sue, But that in'Ieaven I'm'ay join you, When time unvails eternity. The ruddy glare of my bivouac fire,: Iflumines the drear bleak scene; Itark I 'tis the soft strain of thy lyre That ladens the night wind mounting higher, To the shores of the eternal realm. Itother I'm tired, and weary to-night, My brain beats fast, and wild; Thro' the storm, the march, the sanguini fight Thy spirit robed in spotless white, Hovered near, and sweetly smiled. Come dea...

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. — 21 April 1866

law tyov I rL A .m .o- -, TE TRWNEK _ By Gaillard & Aesportes]PR , 1886. y1 C.s Skr-r. Notes on the Constitution of the -United States. BY D, B. M'CRiGIT. No. 2. a Constitution ? A Constitution of a Government may be defined to be TILE ESTABLIH1D CON DITLON OF LAW. It is the written will of the sovereign, and the nature of that will is, that it shall remain as it is writ tenl, until the willof the sovercign changes. A Constitution is a compromise be. tweon sovereign and subject, and the grand difference between monarchy or aristocracy and democracy, is, that in the l.tter this [compromise is reflexive, and in the former it is not. In other words, the sovereign in democracy is also the subject. He creates Govern ment, and lie is amenable to Govern ment, What is the Constitution of the Unital States. The Constitution of the United Stqtes is the established condition of Jaw -the written will of the sovereian the compromise between sovereign and subject, of the United States,-that i...

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. — 21 April 1866

The Ar e last ffe n P tablisli r rmy m a contingent forob of about 60,000. POLITICAL. We have ali Along elitnraned tle opin .en -that-h,th061NIPbTTh1W lWFn15u -at, it w6utd,%d " %ast Sl Mdals of Congress.. Ia suppetofttis, we conduise from the Yonkers (N. Y.) Gaartee. 0pott9 from varioUs9oal e9llous. 14 the Notth' which may be received as strawe vwwu blf show, &c. Nrw YORK STATs.-The town of UlyVsed Tompkins county, has elected the, firat De mocratio Supetvior it has hAd infor'tJyeire. In Schenectady the entire Demociatle City Ticket was carried, shbwin4 a giin ver last year. In Putnam the Democratic ticket. was Iostl'y elected. CONNxoTIcUT.-In Hartford the Demo crate carried their whole ticket by two hun dred majority. It will be retnmbered that Hartford is the hone of Hawley the Radical Govoetnor elect of Connecticut, and that. he was 140 votes behind his ticket in 'his own town. Missouit.-In St. touis the 06nserva. live ticket, favoring Johnson's policy Was successful by thre...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 21 April 1866

Local Items. Important Business will come up be fore the Reading Club next Monday night. A Bad Foot Bridge.-We would res. pectfully call the attention of Council to a dangerous foot bridge across the side-walk near the store of Messrs. AMurray & Mundle. There are also some open wells in different parts of.tho. towii needing at tention. The Dieislon of Judge Underwood. By reference to our column of Current Events it Avill be soon tat t,he decision of the Judge has been referred to the -overnment. It is important as likely to call forth some high oficial opiniot, as to the status of the South since the Peace Proclamation. The Weather.-For the past week end ing Friday 20th, the thermometer indi. -cated-Maxitimim 78 degrees, Mini. mum G5, and Mean 71. degrees. Saturday the 14th, was the warmest iay, the mean being 74 degrees, Tues. -day, 17th, the coolest, the mcan 661 .degrees. We are indebted to Mr. Armstrong, at the Drug Store of Dr. Aikon, for these observations. The Charleston ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 21 April 1866

POMTRY. The following exquisitely beautifil and elegant stansas, were written by Mr. *m as Otway. An Englishman, who, after be ing a student in Oxford, University for a short time, went to London, and distinguish 6d himself as an actor and dramatic writer. Ilii tenderness, pathos And elegance, as a writer, are very admirable., His "OarnAm," and lIhewise his "VaNun PassaII," have won the applause of succeeding gene rations, and are popular at this day. Ife lived ia the Protectorate of Cromwell, and in the reign of Charles the II, of England. * * * * * * * , did but look and love awhile .'Twas but for one half hour; Then to resist I had no will, And now I I have no power. To sigh, and wish, is all my ease, Sighs, which do heat Impart, snough to melt an Icy piece, Yet cannot warm your heart. Oh I would your pity g14 "my heirt, One corner of your breast, 'Twould learn of your's the winning art, And quickly stetl the rest. "We were discussing the name to be given to the new baby. I was i...

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. — 24 April 1866

HE TRIWEEY ...EWs By Gaillard & Desportes.] WINNSBORO, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1866. . [VOL. III.-I.-NO. 6. TI i RI-EEKLY NEWS BY GALLARD AND DESPORTES. ItATEV OF sUnsCIPTION: "THE NEWS" is published on Tuestday, Thiurslay and Saturday, at $0.00 per an num, invariably in advance. Single copies ten cents. ADIvRTISINo RATES: Orlinary advertisements, occupying not. moro than ten lines, (one squiare,) will be inserted in "'its News," nt $1.00 for the firt insertion and seventy-five cetns for each subsequent publication. Larger advertisements, when no contract is made, will be charged in exact propor tion. Contracts will be made in accordance with ftle following schedule : . column'l mo. $ 20. . column 6 mo. $ 75. I .' 30. . 6 "' 100. 1 " 1 " 45. " - " 120. " 1" 45. 4" 1 year 100. 4 -" 60. 4" 1 ' 120. 1 " 3 " 75. 1 - 1 " 200 Contracts will also be mado for smaller spaces amit for all periods over a montl i. For announcimg a candidato to any office of profit. honor or trust ...

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