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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 5 May 1866

Current of Erets. -The small pox prevails at Edgefield C. 11. The Texas crops are the largest- ever grown. Confederate exiles are returning from Mexico. bringing unfavorable reports. The local elections in Illinois and Iadi ana are all that can be desired to foresha dow a complete Democratic victory in those States the ensuing fall. The bier.on which Washington's remains were carried to the tomb, with many other relics used to grace the museum at Alexand'ria, Va., but which disappeared at thi"boginning of the war, have been re stored. having been kept secreted from Gov ernment detectives and other camp follow era. The New Haven Common Council have been petitioned to abate as a nuisance one of the colored Methodist churches there, in account of unreasonably loud singing and playing. The death of Major M. Borbour, formerly Chief Quartermaster under Gen. Joseph E Johnston, is announced in the Petersburg Express of the 80th. Major Barbour was a native of Virginia, and he was a powerful ...

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. — 5 May 1866

-1ocal Items. Rev. A. 0. Staefs School.-We omitted in our itst to call attention to the Card of Rev., A. G. Stacy in relnt'on to the "WANrinnsboro' Female Seminary." V . understand that this Institution iq in in 'Ilourishing condition, and that tle pa trons are p.eased with its success. The Weather.- r iw_the wk ending May 40h, the averlge temperature, 681 degrees. 28th ut.. wNmmet day--meati 721 -degrees. 4th inst. cooliest-mean 64 degrees. A "growing" week, as vegetation 'needs a tomperature only of 60 dlegrtes. Rain yest. r3n.y, 41h. Religious Hervices may be expected to morrow as follows : A. R. Church, Rev. C. B. Betto, 8 1P.M. M. E. Church, Rer. A. G. Stacy, I I A M.and 7.1 P. M. Presbyterian Chutrch, Rev. V. E. Boggs, 11 A. M. and 4 P. M. Episcopal Church, Rov. W. P. Dii Bose, 11 A. M. and 5 P M. Theiile toili ^Iy^,l-TI Fiirfield Dis. trict Bible Society met Thursday in the 'Methodist Church, Major S. G. BAIK -j,x President. Very few attended. A -commmication "'as read from t...

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. — 5 May 1866

[1?OI TF. W REMEMBER! BY CLARA V. DARuAN. "A dead flower Will long be kept, remembrancer of looks That mado each leaf a treasure." L.'oN. ,,When shall we come to that delightful day When each shall say to each 'Doet thots re member ' Let us fill urns with rose-leaves,in our May, .Andhive the thrifty sweetness for Decem ber." 'PEUCIVA1. Where the winds are sighing, And the willows shiver, Quiet little biooklet, Hastening to the river; Alders drooping lowly, Reeds and grasses blowing, Slope of shady woodland, Waters softly flowing Part in golden sun-light, Part in shidow sleeping, Blushed this little wild-rese, Dewy tear-drops weeping. "Wilt thou take the emblem?" Murmured by the deareit; Little rose tho' faded, That sweet voice thou hearest: -Grey eyes dark and earnest Thou art still recalling -- Brows like ebon arches, Lashes ever failing, Sit I in the twilight, Watch Orion gleam'ng, Kiss the faded petali Of the giver dreaming; Rose, I kiss thy petals, Tell me of the morrow Whisper ...

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 May 1866

T jE TRINES. By Gaillard & Desportes.] WINNSBORO, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 8. 1866. v T7 BY GALLARD AND DESPORTES. RATHE OF sUBsCRIPTIoN: "THB NEWS" is published on Tuesday, Thursday and $aturday, at $6.00 per an. num, invariably In advance. Single copies ten cents. AUvUTISINo RATES: Ordinary advertisements, occupying not more than ten lines, (one square.) will be Inserted in "'ins Nsws," at $1.00 for the brst insertion and seventy-five ot,nts for cagh subsequent publication. Larger advertisements, when no contract is made, will be charged in exact propor tion. Contracts will be made in accordance with the following schedule : I column I mo. $ 20. column 6 mo. $ 75. j " 1 " 80. " 6" 100. 1 " 1 " 45. 1 " o6 " 120. 9" 8 " 45. " 1 year 100. " a " 60. " -' 120. I " 8 75.j1 " 1 " 200 Contracts will also be made for smaller - spaces and for all periods over a mont.h. For announcing a candidate to any office of profit., honor or trust $10.00. Marriage, Obituary Notices, &., will...

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 May 1866

Brougham at 88 is almost as brisk, and fully as snappish as evet. Theirs Is 09,. and Guisot 70 yeare old, and both hale and- vigeroui. Ex-President Biohanan entered upon the 76th year of his age last Monday, (301h.) Thursday, April 23d, was the 253th an niversary of the death of Shakspearo. It will- be interesting to the ladics to know that the Empress Eugene will be forty years old on the fifth of May. Queen Vio toria Is in her forty-eighth year. The twenty-ninth of Jtine. 1867, will be the oigthteenth-lhundred anniversary of St.. Peter's death. On that occasion the Pope Is to convene all the bishops of Christ en dom to Rome, where a grand jubilee will be celebrated. There are 87,000 chitrhes in the United States. They will hold 14,000,000 people. The Central Presbyterian, published nt Richmond, estimates the stretngth of the Vre.sbyterian. Churoh (South) ts follows: 10 Synods; 46 Presbyteries; 1,11'-2 Church es; 645 Ministers; 85 Licentiates; 45 Can didates- and 62,6906 Communican...

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. — 8 May 1866

Local items. The Pie Nio -The young ladies of the Winnsboro Female Seminary had ai ranged fur a pie-nic to be given in the grove i front o the residence of Colo nel J. N. Iedd on Friday last, but the rain which continued tLhroughout the greater part of the day prevented the anticipated pleasures being enjoyed there. Nothing datnted however, the participants assembled inl the ovenling at. the Seminary, and enjoyed themselves luiite satisractorily. As at all success. ful affiirs .of tih. kind, bright eyes sparkled with delight, susceptiblo hearts throbbed with tender emotions, and the most fastidious palate was pleased with i's experien,ce as it revelled among the viands temptingly and lavishly sptead onlt. Red Rock Oil.-Domestic economy ilever pressed its claims more urgently upon .any body of people than it now does upon the families of Fairfield Dis-. trict. And no feature in that economy is more essential in any well-ordered household than the artificial illumination used from nig...

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. — 8 May 1866

[roR THS NEWS.] The following exquisitely beautiful gem of the intellect, declares for Itself, that it is the off-spring of a master mind. It is the production of none other thin Nature's 0hild, who has been called-"Tm RARE Uniq Joisox"-the rival of Shakspeare in the British Drama, if, indeed, Shak. speare has any rival. The only reason that has ever been assigned for his dropping a letter from his name, is, that he wished to be different from all the other Johnson's. lie seems to have been a student of Oxford University, then a brick-layer il London,. then a private soldier in Fi,iuders, and final. Oly the PONT :LAURZATE in the Court of James the I- He was born In the year 1575, and died from the effects of a stroke of Paralysis in 1036. ie was patronized. by QUZZX EJ61,AIIZTU and JAMES I. SONG. Drink to me only with thine eyet, And I will pledge with mine; Or leave a kiss but in the cup, And I'll not look for wine. The thirst thut from the soul doth tise, Doth ask a drink divine: ...

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 May 1866

no, TWEI-WEMY TE 8V.NE..N ByGl.11aIr esportes.] WINNSBORO, S. C., T11URSDAY. MORNING, MAY 10, t866. [VOL. 1I:-NO. 43. TII TRI-VHEKLY NEMS Terribly Sublime Spectacle A jet of lava of more stupendous pro portions than any ever conceived of, is 'described by Mr. Coan in the Ilonolula .riend of February, in his account of the eruption of Manua Lon, on the Island 'Of Hawaii: The eruption commenced near the summit of the mountain, and only five 'r six miles southeast of the eruption in 1843. For two days this suminit crater -tent down its burning floods along the 4northeastern slope of the mountain ;then suddenly the Vale closed, and the great furnace apparently ceased blast. After thirLy six hours the fusia was seen burst. ing out of the eastern side of the moun tain, about midway from the top of the base. It would seem that the summit lava had found a subterranean tunnel, for half way down the mountain, when coming to a weak point, or meeting with soei obstruction, it burst up verticall...

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 May 1866

Current of Events. They tell of a lady speculator in Now York who made $p00 In gold and from that netted $5,000, and finally by successful "bear" operations Increased the sum to $100,000. She has a passion for diamonds and invests her winnings in them. She is flow watching tle market ready to sail in again when she thinks the time comes. The Washington Union announces that all the Democratic papers and twenty-two out of forty-six Republican papers ini Cali fornia, support the President's policy. The Commissionors from liritish North America, appointed with a view to inquir ing into the best means of opening comner cial intercourse between the West. Indies and the British Provinces in North Ameri en, have returned, and report very favor able progress in that direction. The Chamber of Commerce have tele graphed the California delegation in Con gross their resoltitions requesting the pas sage of a law making it felony to transport nitro-glyceribe within the United States on American ve...

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 May 1866

TELEGRAHPIC. New Vork Market. Naw YonK, .ay 8.--Cotton quiet, ut 34 a 35c. Gold 29. Congresslotaal. WASHINGTON, May 8.-The Senate lpent coneiderable tim(-, this morning, in tho discussion of a joint resolition for preventing the Introduction of the chole ra. The legislative appropriation bill was reported. The House was engaged, to-day, in tile discussion of the constititional amindment reported by the Ruconstruc tion Committee, that being the special ,order for the day. The House refused to postpone the special order and allow the consideration of the tax bill, by a vote of 82 against 51. Mr. Stevens led off in support of the Committee's report. lie said that only nineteen loyal States were wanted to ratify the amendment, and he repudiated the idea that the views of the States lately in rebellion should be considered in its adoption. Several speeches, each of about thirty minutes duration, were made on the sub. ject; allowing decided differences of opi. nion among the radicals on t...

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 May 1866

WORDS OF KINDNESS. Ever ap,eak in tones of kindness To the sad and weary heart, Never let an unkind answer Cause the bitter tear to start; For how many spirits broken, Crusted beneath a world of oare, Have been cheered by kind words spoken, Cheer'd their weary load to bear. None-the human soul can fathom, None its mysteries can explore; 'Tim a wonderful creation Launched on Time's eventful shore; And-while earth its wings shall tramel, Few the pages we may read, But in glory we may view it When from mortal ye sture freed. Rik* an instrument of in usic 1 is delicately strung, Then ne'er let a note of sorrow From its tender chords be wrung::. But may entle words awaken Sounds of joy, and peace, and love, Such as angel choirs are breathing In the o-oarts of light abcve. Then ever- speak in tones of kindness To'the sorrow-stricken heart, And nerer let a word or action Cause the bitter tear to start; For how many spirits broken Bound beneath a load of care, Have been-cheer'd by kind word...

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 May 1866

TE Til E -U KEws By Gaillard & Desportes.] WINNSBORO, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 12 1866. [VOL. I[I.-NO. 44. 11H TRI-WEEKLY NWS Sotes on the Constitdtion of the United states. BY D. B. M'CREL0IIT. :SFTIoN 7. CIAUSM 3D. "Every 'Order, Resolution, or Vote to which "the Concurrenco of the Senate "iand House of Representatives may "be necessary (except on a question of "adjournment) shall be presented to the "1resident of the United States and be. "'fore the same shall take effect, shall be W$approved by him, or being disapprov. tied by him, shall be repassed by two. "thirds of the Senate and House of "Representativos, according to the rules 1and limitations presented in the case of "a Bill." It will be noticed in Section 5, Clause Ist, that a "majority 'of each (House) shall constitute a quorum to do busi. iiess." But this clause deals only with 8u1h business as requires the presence of two-thirds of both Houses. It does not mean that two-thirds of both Houses is necessary to pas...

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 May 1866

Late Ncws. The damage done to the Chilian Govern ment by the bombardment of Valpa riso, is about one million dollars; to the Vrench, British and other foreign citizens, fifteern millions. The United States interest was small. The fire was put out in eighteen hours. 2,000 balls and shells were fired in four hours; one man and woman were kill ed, and four wounded. It- is understood that all other accessible ports are to have their share, and that the orders of the Spanish Commander are to do all the dam age he can with the forge at his disposal. The Alabama Coahonomian of the 17th ult., has the following: "As severRl of our citizens were standing this morning near the store-house of Robin son & Pearee. it was discovered to be grad. utally rising from its foundation, which it eontinued to do until it reached a perpendi cular height :f about eighteen inches from its pillars. Light could be distinctly seen from one end-to the other between the sills of the house and its brick pillars...

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. — 12 May 1866

Local Items. Sales-Day.-Last Monday was sales day, but very little in thit line done. 'Two mules were voluntarily disposed of, on at $125 and the other at $199.75. the Commissioners of Roads hold a .neeting, and took soAhe action upon -mat.ters coming under their jurisdiction. The Tax-Collector was busy receiving returna, and greenbacks. Religious Services may be expected to omorrow na follows : A. R. Church, Rev. C. B. Betts, 11 ,A. M. and 4 P. M. M. E. Church, Rev. A. G. Stacy, 11 A. M. and 71 P. M. Episcopal Church, Rov. W. P. Du. Bose, 11 A. M. and 5 P. M. Baptist Church,' Rev. A. M. Cart ledge, 11 A. M. and 4 P. M. The Associate bows his most graceful -nnd grateful acknowledgments to Messrs. Ketchin, McMaster & Co., for a very beautiful cake of rich butter. It conies froin the dairy of Mrs. J. N. Shedd, and without controversy is the richest specimen of home prepared but. tor we have ever seen. New Adverlisement.-Messrs. Fisher & Lowrance, of Culumbia, successors to Fis...

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. — 12 May 1866

EDWARD GRAY. DY ALFnED TENNYSON. Sweet Emma Moreland of yonder town Met me walking on yonder way, "And have you lost your heart ?" she said, "Andare you married yet, Edward Uray?" Sweet Emma Moreland spoke to me: Bitterly weeping 1 turn'd away : "Sweet Emma Moreland, love no more Can touch the heart of Edward Uray. "Ellen Adair she loved ino well, Against her father's and mother's will, To-day I sat for an hour and wept, By Ellen's grave on the windy hill. "Shy Ehe was, andl I thought hercol(i Thought her proud, and fled over tho sea; Filled was I with folly and spite, When Ellen Adair was dyiirg for me." SPRING. 3Y SHELLEY. Oh Spring ! of hope, and love, and youth, and gladness, White-winged emblem I brightest, best, and fairest I Whenhe comest thou, when with (lark Win ter's sadness, The tears that fade in sunny climes thou sharest? Sister of joy ! thou art the child who wear est Thy mother's dying smile, tender and sweet; The mother Autumn, for whose grave thou bearest Fresh flow...

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. — 15 May 1866

THE TR-WEMY k, 8! V. WIL._SBORO- S.C,TJDYMRNl A 616 VOL.. 11I.-NO 45. THRI TR[-WEEKLY NEWST VOt'CA oi the Constitution0 of the United States. nY D). D. M'0itFOHT. No.9. "I will run the machine as I find it." A. LINcor.s. Switching off the track at this point, the opportunity will be taken to consid er briefly the causes which led to the 'war. Adopting the mechanicil figire used by President. Lincoln in a speech ot his made early in 6,0 rvCohition, let ni Oxtend its appllicat.ion. Under the figure of a railroad train in IOtion, the political history of tle Government, will be hurriedly pictured. Tihe Constitution is the track, the Gov ernment the engine, the Executive the engineer, Congress the conductor, thf Supremo Court the regulator, and the people the passengers. (The reader can iningin6 what hi pleases as the train.) The powers grSed in the Constitutiot. *or prohibited by it, to theStates, will an :swer for the schedulu and the States t.li Directors. TIlE PRI MARY CAUS. The fir...

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. — 15 May 1866

A Starilin. Stoy from Utah. ASSASSINATION Ov A GENTILE. The Salt Lake Union Vidette, of April 4th. comes to us w"th its columns in mourning, and the follo7ing startingstatenemeit: "Last Monday evening the~'ottimunit was astiunded with the intelligenOe of an*, 'bilher, fout assassination, committed 6h. Theatre street. only a few steps east, of Main street.. The man who was assassina ted was known throughout Navada, and :nore particularly at Austin an" ieese Rliv or. as one of the best uiiz,ens of that State] and was engaged in the freighting business between this placo and Reese IMver. ills conduct while here was that of a good, quiet, peaceable citizen, violating no law of the land, interfering in no way with the le gitimate business of any person nod honor ed and respected by all who knew him. "A few days ago lie was lawfully joined in marriage by Judge MeCurdy, one of the associate Judges of the United States Court in and for this territory, to a lady of this city, who was claimed...

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. — 15 May 1866

Local items. Another Garrhon.--Ot 8atmrday last the cars froin Chesta brought, down 0. "K," Ath !its'. Y. V. to re.garri. bon Winsbhot-o. Oapt. Spiir is in command. The bompany iave pitched their tents in the g"rove ih the rear of tie Presbyterian We .congratilate our citizens on tie fact that Capt. Spear's company has been in tie service live years. and there, fore are better disposed towards the peo pie of the South than t,hose initen in war ien who never having fought. for their section - when fighting was the fashion, are disposed to prato and bliis ter on battle thems and conquest sitt jects when the snell of gin powder has cea.sed to titint the air. Capt. Spear is ordered first to receive returns and mAke a report of all tho des tititte in thl District, both white and -colored. W e hope all the oitizens of the District will promptly aid the Captain in this duty. lie is not. aware himself -of the object in view *>y the war de partuent who orders this report. Ti-e Captain -ny...

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. — 15 May 1866

[o" THP ""W. TIINE EYES. r The bosom of the stilly lake. That nestles at the Alp-king's feet The violet where its ripples break, Is not more calt-is not more sweet, Than are thine eyes. 11 The whispering of the evening wind, The rose emnpearled with twilight dew; Sweet Hosper shimmering o'Cr the ilves, Is not more tender-not more true, Than are thine eyes! Ill So ealm, they lull my throbbing heart, And still cach restless wish to rove; So true and tender! What were life Without thy ministries of love, Oh, sweet blue eyes! April, 1863. C. V. D. A cnrious novethy has just been brought to London, and is about to be exhibited to the public. It consists of t remarkablo looking piano, made of flints suspended from an iron franm, which are struck with a short lint. to produce the notes. The 1ilnts are about forty in number, and elongated, hut of Various length and thicknCs'es. They are arranged in the ordr-- of their tonle, and the labor and investigation of years were required beflorc the...

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 May 1866

TiTIWSDLY TNR 186 E.E I NEs, By ,111r epe. WINNSBORO, S. U., E3ATuRDAY MO'RN1NG, ]qAy 19, 1866. rVO)L.JIrrN-A TIM TRH-IEEKlY NEWS [ Wriuen for the Winnsboro' News ] A Wild Horse Chase in Texas, BY WANDSRER. Dear Netv8: In obedience to my promise I sit down to give you a slight sketch of Tesas, and what they do there. but I find it far easier to pIomise than perform. So i will content myself with giving you the out line of a wild hors chase, trusting that it will answer the desired purpose. If I ap. pear egotistic In what follows it Is because truth so oompells me. My tale may not be as amusing as Capt. Mayne Ruid's lively stories, but it has the obsolete advantage of vernity. To discord all further premise then, im agile a fine summer morning in that por tion of Texas known as the Upper ,Divide, between Trinity and Brazos rivers--myself seated in the galery of a Stock Ranoho, lazily puffing a cigaretto, and gazing dreami ly out on the boundless prairie. 'Tis a love ly sight, as seen...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
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