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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 19 May 1866

WINN1B0R0: Saturday Morning, May 19, 1866. eg-' T. P. SLIDER, Rs+,, is the sole agent for this paper in Charleston S.C. "Wanderer" give&us a sketch of a wild horse chase in Texas Our readers will enjoy it, we are sure. "Wanderer" has a peculiar talent for the picturesque, and we urge him by all means to enite vate it. The Fair. Notwitstanding tihe d1oleful weather -an exact counterpart to which we are sure must be sotght in a larger expe. rience than in the "memory of the oldest inhabitant," a large company assem bled on Thursday evening to at end the opening of the fair. The prospect wa certainly forlorn and the effect was de. pressing after the diligent preparations, but it all vanished utterly in the pres. once of the scene itself with its radiance and sparkle, the hilarity and merry mak ing that nb)undcd-the busy movements and conver.ations-not to venture to speak of the softer influences of the Oc casion, or the beautiful and tempting c)llections that had been prepared with...

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 May 1866

Local Items. Religious Services may be expected to iorrow as follows : M. E. Chitrch, Rev. A. G Stacy, ii A M. and 7 P. M. Episcopal Church, Rev. V. P. Dii. Bose, II A. M. and 5 P. M. Presbyterian Church, Rev. Dr. AD GR, II A. M. andl 4 P. M. The Examination it the Winnsboro Venialo Seminary camc oil' last Wednes riay. This is the closing of the first sei Siun. 'The second session will begin next Monday. The examination covered a good deal of ground, was quite varied, and discov eil an encour'aging proficiency in the pupils, not simply in book knowledge, but in the principles underlying the sev eral branches of study. Examinations are not appreciated as they should be by those mostly interested. The Reading Club of Wiisboro may be considered estab!ished. Many have declared their purpose to join, and it. is hoped they will conic in at once. The next re(gular meeting will take place Monday evening at Messrs. Ketcin, McMaster & Co's. The Club desire to collect any hooks whidi may h...

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 May 1866

POETRY@ [FOR Tn NEWS.f REST. J. B. DU R., ST. NARY'S, GA., O11T JUNE iTl, 1860. "There remaineth INerefore a rest." I Down a quiet hillside, By a shady stream, There the violets nestle, Does my darling dream. II O'er him wave the sad pines, Singing all day long; And the little streamlet Mingles in the song. III He lay down at sun-set, One sweet summer day, With his precious fair head; Underneath the clay. IV Autumn winds came sighing, Strewing russet leaves ; But my Johnny wakes not, Tho' his mother grieves. V But when winter comes back, 8tormy, wild and cold, Think you Jhonny feels it Under mossy mould? VI God has wrapped my darling In a robe so warm, That no cold can reach him, Snows can do no harm. VII Glistening golden vestment, Woven far above, In the long-gone ages Everlasting Love ! VIII Rest then, gentle head, here Sweet hands folded calm; Here's a resting-place, dear, Here's a blessed balm. Ix No more trouble Johnny, No more weary cares Gently sleep my darling, No more pain...

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 May 1866

T E TRI-WEIJiLIr NEWS8 BY Oaillard &Desportes.] WINNSBORO S. C., -TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1866. [VOL. III.-NO. 48 Il1B TRI-WEEKIJY NEWS Jef'erson Davis. The following just and eloquent nr *ticle from the Baltimore Catholic ifir. -ror needs no introdnction: We read in a Washington dispatch that tie government has granted Mrs. Davis permission to visit her hushand at Fortress Mmnirop. Although a partisan ipres; hss seized upon this simple piece fofclenmn..y to denounce it and vilify f-he :otives of tihe ixcenitiv., 'we canno t believe fint 1there could be found a maii il the whole length and Ireadth of tihe Iand, with .ho slightest feeling of huma sympathy in his heart, who does not regard tihe indulgence exhibited, in this instance, as proper, hiumano nud mag hnanintons. Tine name of ,Jt'erson Da vis 4it-longs to history, and the everilowing tide of hinman 4-vents has swept past him forever. If the Mlcedonian con. <lnerer, known to this day in Persia as the mighty mur lerer, ...

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 May 1866

WINNSBOIR Tuesday Aforning, May 12, 1866. Up" T. l. SU.:in, Esq., is the sole agent for this paper in Charleston S. C. Phrenology The best Systen, of Mental 1hilototphy. Under tW caption will be presented sub. jects relating to phrenology. The assent of many of our readers to the fagt; or at least to sone of the facts, nAna their known Interest in the solence of phronolo. gy, induces the introduction of tnis depart.. neut in these column. It cInnet be donied that the sciencen of the mind whence emanate, nil that makes man great here, should be the chief of all sciences. But that high po. sition of it should rot bi characterised by the perplexing mysteries thrown around it, but by its ilhuininattion and its practicability to the iffirs of lie. For examiple,. why does one man excel an other in the study of asironomy, or of painting, of music, of - matheimatics, of mechanics, oven when both are subject. ed to the same rigid training ? The most prodigious effort to get an answer to the'...

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. — 22 May 1866

Local Items. Upon Inquiry we learn from Cptidn Spear, commuanding the garrison here that lie has Sent in his report of the de?t7itute in tdhl District. There were about one limiudred: The short time -given him to make the ritttirn precluded <tim( possibility of receiving full returns. Mr, Jus. Wood Davidson.-This gentle man, one of otir quondam towismien, and an earnest sipporter of Sonthern litera. t.in, has beeni spending a few days in town. Mr. Davidson, besides the titne devoted to his swhool in Cohnnbia, is engaged in writing for the JYeld & .ire. side, Raleigh, N. C., for the Yorkville Enquirer, and for Scott's Monthly, Georgia. Mr.,ossal, Special Agent of the Post Offoie Department, passed tip and down thi railroad to and fron Chester yest.er. day. H left a note for a gentleman of I his place, reqesting, if found yet, the llnam. of whoever is to be our posimas. ter. If we get no one the post office will be closed. New Advertisements.-Muio Stovei-. see J. S. Phintpy's n...

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. — 22 May 1866

[ron PUE x.ws.] Messrs. Editors: The readers of the NEwe have iad presented to them, lately, love songs from the Earl of Rochester, Thomat Otway, the Rev. Robert Ierrick, the Rare Ben Jonson, and Beaumont Fletcher. In addition two more are given now. One from Marlowe and an answer to it, written years after its publication by no less a per. sonage than Sir Walter Raleigh. Sir Isaac .Walton in speaking of these pieces says, the piece by Sir Walter Raleigh was written in the younger days of that brilliant gentle man, and he adde, alluding to Marlowe's song, "It is old fashioned poetry but choicely good." These two songs will now make in the Naws, in addition to those pro. ceeding, seven of the most beautiful songs 4f the kind in the English language. All have been highly extolled by some of the greatest intellects in Britton and America. Marlowe was educated at Cambridge Uni versity, England. He wits a compeer of Shakespeare. His poetry is praised by Jonson himself, and Hey wood prono...

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 May 1866

By Gaillar'd & Desportes WININSBORO, S. C., THiR8DAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1866. [VOL. II[.-NO. 49. III Till-WEEKLY NEWS [ Writvf>,r th, Wn -,- o' X,v A How a Texas Poney Rides, BY W.%ND.IIiIt. Dear Nes: Since some of the young. er portion of Ili commullnitv in which your lively little sheet, 1-i'ves, Imovos and Ims it binsg." nemed in the ver. nacular "tickled," nt t he "Wild IMors' Chal," iU mny not he uninternsting to Iliem to hlave ny- first expirie-oce in rlding Texas pomS. If it fail, to be aninsing, it. may b iinstertive to anV Iember of tlie gelnugercol, who Chalne. es to migrate to that bea1 ifill ied rile portion of' our1 bvloved Southern-1 b:1111, lying, W%est of' the Sabile. Mv irst visi-. to Tex was uimade at Ih- mire age of ninmteen, when the bhlod comrses throtigh our veins wilh I he fiery rnsh of Java, wlen we feel that th world he. ig "our oyser," we will opt-n it. with any convellient utensil even a jack knif.% No obsta(1l, too dliflictilt. _No diflioity tor obti...

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. — 24 May 1866

WINNSBOR08 fuThirsday MorNi1g, May 14, 1866. : 'T. P. SLnE, Esq., is the solo agent for this paper in Charleston S. C. Co-partnership. W. H. WIr'au.tts having becomo on the its instant a co proprietor of this pa per-is hereby announced as a co-part. ner in the same. It will be conducted under the name of G.m..tio, D.:s. PORTCS & Co. Is Mr. Davis Guilty of Treason? The war closed moro than a year ago. In the meantime thousands in the South have beon pardo.ned by the Presiden t, and pardoned for whiat ? For rebel lion. And preparations are now mak. ing for the trial of our ox-President on the charge of treason. Has he beeni guilty of treason ? As we are not con scious of having rebelled, and have been pardoned without trial, it becomes a question of great interest to us to in - quire why Mr. D.ivts should bd brough t to trial. It will not do simply to assert, and have no reason for the faith that" is in us. All our conclisions must be brought to the bar of evidence, just. inferenc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 24 May 1866

Local Items. The Local Ialkls preat pleasure in in. irtoliig th SenSiior to the ptibe in t -new sphr of action. li., proceeling is entirly lawful and wo Le pak for himi a law full of entire proceedings. -See card. New Advcrtlsuments,-Th red flag ling to the breezo noxt do)n to the sad. diery ilicat es that the public mny there find a cool Surinkle for tho inward naut. "See "fit Cream." The Drug St.oro of Ladd Bros. has recently beeln replenished, and now of fer. to all concerned a well selected as sort miit of' drugs and medicines, anl of everything cotcietd with that. line. Our frit-nd A. W. Ladd may still be fouid at. the lDrig Sore whero Ito is pi-pared to take pieltires, deal out drugi, nwasuire muislin and-2 doors Souhli at the Ware toom-make de po.itories" for vietims of to,o imutch or too littv dru111gs. See Not ice. C 0 X M E RI I A L Ni.:w YOnK, May 22.-Cotton fitrt. Sal's 3,500 bah-vs nt 38 a 40. Flour fin and unlulanged. Sc1t.1'rn Flourp firm. Sales 6100 bIs. at 11 75 a 1...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 24 May 1866

TIHE NIGHT WIND. The beggarly blast is out again to-night, Wild and defiant ; Hark, how it bellows in its piteous plight, Like a mad giant I Now, with a haggard hand upon the trees, The big bough crashes; Now, peering in npon its lieshlees knees, Knocks at the sashes. Denied admittance, hear its horrid shout Of idiot laughter, Flinging its gaunt and knotty arms about, Shaking each rafter. Thwarted, with savage thrtnat it beats retreat, Muttering deep curses, Like God-defying mortals, when they meet With life's reverses; Like unto mortals, turning in their spleen To similar matters, Tearing its garments now, with lingers lean, To shrediess tatters. Hark, from the vext, tempestuous laden cloud The rain is falling ; How the fiend qualfs it, gulping deep and loud, With thirst appalling. Naked, restless, drinking in the rain With drunken swagger ; Now boisterous, now subdued with sudden pain, - Its footsteps stagger. Further and further, from thie far off gloom, We hear its moaning, Till...

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. — 26 May 1866

yrTE TNREEKLY NEV.1 By ~ al.ard D esots&C. WINNSBsORO, S. C., SATURDAY, MCPRNING, MfAY 6, 1866. [VOL. III.-NO. >0. 711 TilI-EEKLY NEI The Test Oa . 1ut it may be said that larg- numn. Iere of porson, aintd am1onig tim many lawyers, have boven ginilhy of reason, or of elcouraging rebieliol a1gainlst the Government of the United States; and that Congress has adopteil this mole of compelng each to discover under oath whethewr lie is one of' the mnber ; and if lie refuses to Iak4 Ithe discovery, t,hat lie shall be presuied to be guilty, and the confiscation of his property in his profession shall be the pteall.v. Trulv, this is what Congress has attempted to do, but 11poln What principle, and by what right ? If hie has been guilty of' a crim, it. is the right of tle Goveri. Inlt. to have him prosecuted, colnviced and pmiiished by tie judgwimei. of his pemrs, or the law of the lauid; but with. out such convictioin, the infliction of cor poreal punishmeniit upon him, or the conlfis...

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. — 26 May 1866

WINNSBORO. Stitrday Morning, lay 96, 1866. g T. P. S.IDFII, Esq., is the solo agent for this paper in Charleston S. C. We continue from the- Constitutional ist tie argument of ex-Gov. BRowN of Georgia, on the test oath. We availed ourselves yesterday of the privilege to visit the Free School of which we gave notice some weeks ago. The want of tiie before going to press precludes any remarks upon it. We will do that- in our next. The North overcome the South by the force of arms, on the charge of violating the Constiration.. Will that same North allow the Radicals in Congress to overcote them without arms, in viola tion of tbe Coistitution ? Tit .i. STV NS says "the pcople of "the Sbuth1 ought to be confined by "bayonets in the penitentiary of hell." Never mind, TjIAn. -your day is coming. We don't wish the rebs inay again burn down your foundry, but we do hope your constituents will leave you at home next election to build up one that was burnt. The Tax of Five Cents per pound on Co...

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. — 26 May 1866

Local Items. blessrs. Townley & Oxner.-The Niws Oflice, from Editor's down to that little follow- with a fiir-fetched nune, are now at this wriiig smaking their lips and feasting their eyes over and about a de lightful treat from tho Confectionary of Messrs Tow.m.y & OxNEn,-for all of "Which those gentlemen will accept otir .grateful acknowledgements. Wo refer t.o public to their adver. 'tisement where will be seen how many good things can be found at their store. The eather.-For the week ending the 18th instant, we omitted to report. The mean temperature was 70 degrees. Heavy rains on the 17th. For the week ending at noon on the 25th, the mean temperature was 72 degrees. Coolest day-23d--mean 69 degrees. Wartust day-21st-71 degrees. No rain this week. The. days have been favorable to vegetable growth, but the nights very unfavorable. Religious Services may bo expected to morrow as follow6 : A. 'R. Church, Rev. C. B. Betts, 11 A. M. and 4 P. M. M. E. Church, Rev. A. G. Stacy...

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. — 26 May 1866

ANTONY AND ChEOPATRI. I aRU dying, Egypt. dying, Ubbs theerimrson life-tido fast, And the dark Plttonian shadows ('ather onl the eyefing blast. Let thiine artus, 0 Queen, support Inc. lush thy sobs, and bow thine c:ar, Hearken to the great heart secrets, Thou, and Itiou alone, must lear. Though my scarred and veteran legions hear their eagles high no. more, And my wrecked and seattered galleys Strew dark Actiun's fatal shore, Though no glittering guards surround me, Prompt to do their muster's will, I must. perish like a lioman, Die the great Triumvir still. Let not Orsar's servile mitnions Mock the lion thus lhsid low ;. 'Twas 11o foenma's hand that slew him. 'Twas his own that struck the tlow Ilear, then, pillowed oan my bosom, Ere his star fades quite away. Him who, drunk with thy erew, Madly flung-a-world awn' Should the base plebeian Dare assail' my lanae at I Where the -tole spouse, I Weeps within her widow'k Seek her, say the Goods have told ane, Altars, augurs, circling wing...

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 May 1866

TE TRI-WEEK, E S By Gaillard, Desportes &% Co.] WINNSBORO, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1866. [VOL. III.-NO. 51. The Test Onth. 3ntt some wonhl say 1vit htCongres" can ronfi.cate the property, whether in an oflice or any other kind, of a citizen suspected of disloyalty, or having aided in rebellion, and deprive him of liberty or property till he ias proved, or, at leasl, sworni to his innocence. I dinV it. Congress has Ito ight to Violate the Con,9iittionl, either in leace or War. The rule laid down in tho Constiti. Lion, inl plain lag:ng, is this: No per sofn siall bv held to aniwer it it capital, 4.r otherwise iifallloust4 crime, un;les. ont a pr-sent(ment or indictum-nt of a grand jury. The exception to the rule is, that. persons in thlte land or naval forces, and lersons in the miitla, whvn in acriui service, in tinte of war or public dangvr, imay be held to answer witliot sieh in itentet or presentment of a granl jIury. Nor can Congress deprive any person (not without th...

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 May 1866

WINNSBORO. Tulesdlty ilorimtig. .laiy 29, M%6. S'.T. P. S. u, 3sq., i. the sole agent for this paper in Charlestoi S C. Capit. W. M. Dwight Has been appointed by Gov. <nl[ to distrbte the spplies for lairfield Dis trict, received from the Indies of alti. more, part, procpe(s of the Lato 11ir in aid of the South. -The Free chodX96. The experiment of a Free School i now for the first time, so far Is wo know, introduced into this co u nI lity. Though not Ilrge, it i. conileted with great success by Mss MA.ri- whose experience in a coI.eint1ios imI llnner of instructing chilren is already siowing frnits of the most eloumiraging charac ter. Any who desire to see the system of instruction, and of jiiging its success, will no dontht be entlirely pleased uponll visit inlg the School, whichl t( y cann do. Trhe eourse of instrutction is no eramn ming or nsimping one, buI. it is a thor ough training in the rolimnts and pnn ch !i of inl lloglish edun1ition. NO hope this is to bie the tlvlell...

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. — 29 May 1866

Local Items. Dtith of Mrs. Ketchin-This aged 'nd estimable lady, relict of the latp Rev. 1Hos. KETCu1IN for many years pitslor of the Associate Rformed Chnrch of this place, died n Iriday last, 25th inst., at the residence of her son in-law, Mr. H. L. Ei.a.iC-rT. Mrs. I-TnIN had for many years stif'ered from an affection of the heart, and for at least three years before her ,death had almost entirely lost her vi eion. She died fill ol years, being about seventy.five. and of hope of a blessed imnortalit v. No Doubt onr readers appreciated the "Quaint. Sermon" pnblished in our last. We would be glad to have more remin isconces from the same and from other sonrees. Many a one made add to the. entertainment of our readers by a little time spent in composition. New Advertisements -See "Winns boro Confectionary" where many desira ble thina-s are advertised. See "Ice Cream Saloon." Also notice of regular quarterly meet ing of Mount Zion Society. See "Bank Bills" wnnted. To Advertisers. -Or...

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. — 29 May 1866

nIY OLIV:R EVVN n11,l. ItO31ES. Oh! she was a maid of laughing eye, And she lived in it garret. cold and higl, And ie was a threadbare, whiskere I beau, And lie lived :n a cellar damp and low. But the rosy boy of the cherub wing, lath many a shaft for his Alender sri2g, And (lie youth J)elow and tie maid above, Were touched with tho flashing darts of love. And she would wake from her troubled sleep, O'er his tender billet.doux to weep, Or stand like a statue cold and fair, And gaze on a lock of his bright red hair. And he who was late so tall aid proud, With his step so firni and langh so loild, His beard glew long andi lis Face grew thin, And lie pined ini solitudo over his gin. But one soft night in the month of .lune, As she lay in (lie light of a cloudless moon, A voice etme floating soft and clear. To the startled nailen's listening ear. 0 then from her creaking couch she sprank. And her tangled tresses batk she flung, She looked from tlie winlow far below. And lie stood beneat...

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. — 31 May 1866

THE TFLI-" Af By Gamlard, Desportes & Coo] WINNSB3O1RO, S. C., T HORS DA Y MORN IN.' A Y tit.18.N TIE TRI-WRERI NEUS. Governor Brown's Arguincut--Contincd. I will proceed to show tit this in Aetmnlit. is obloxiOn1.) to a2101 licr grave conlstiLlIitionl 0obj(-etionl Thelws u tiotn of till Uited 'States d-clars Ilo bill of attlaiinder, or ex post facto law dball be paSed. By a btll of tiltaindt-r, I uiderstanl, :a jidiial .-Ielince bY Parliameit, or a legislititisnipalion of ji-licial power. As when thle Parliament passed at bill to attaint IV. I . of high t srea-on, an di. rected his execluo,1 ad the confisca. lion of his e 'l at l. This act of Con. gross is inl the 1n tilre of a hill of au-amll der. It does not. IlLIaint a lIwv<.r of high treasoii, but it (loe.s asstime jdicial fliiec.ions. and coifiscatt-s his properi v vithot. jiidicial nrial or jtidgmenm.. A n'l it iurps lt power which properdy bil. lolgs to the Courts alote, of denirin ing who Sha11li aid who shiall not f...

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