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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 17 July 1866

GENERAL DIRECTORY, .Masdgl,as'y. District Judge--WI R Robertsod. Coinmissloner in Equity-lsaao H Means. Clerk of Court-Saml B Clowney. Sheriff-Elisha W Ollever. Ordinar."ames Johnston. al Colltor-t6bert H Jenaings. Coroner-Robert Hawthorn. Bsohoator-J4Aob Feaster. Notary Publio-Jas 8 Stewart. Jas I Cald Vi) 6os0, Robert RHaw rtu 'B irkland, Heu Gib so 11it, Jates A]ken, lia lip 61%, l a Martin, D W1fliam Cariisle,.- o;e Dr D Landat". ~OAn$U 01 OOKMISJOUBR. 6 hI3I*or e of S eAd . IHrell Ediunds, John LemtM, Edwdtd Mobly, Robert 1B Smith, William B Wood ward. Dr John -D Palmer, Laban C Chappell, Dr J R MoMaster, Thomas M Lyfes. Johmi 8 Douglass, Robert Ford, John W McMeekin, L.M .ookbardt, Qeu Edward Taylor. Coniaaioleners of Free Schowes. Thos J H1 Jones. Jacob Bookm'an, Arthur Craig, ililliam Crosby, JAmes A XdQro ly,R E UfRion, Dr,1K MoMaste, te W E Aikon. comnalnlonerttoApprove Pub. . 1io seeftriacs. Henry L Elliott, James R Alken, John H fropst, Manusel Iall, James 8 Stewart. Con...

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 July 1866

THf TRHI-WHI4 O 4 r .E VE TUESDAY TUOrd"nary advertisements, ocoupyin. no more than ten llnes,'(oilf squ9;te,j Iit bj DAY AND SATtIRDAY; - -inserted in THE NBWS- at $1.-00 ft the ll,ad DeSorley ( QQ first insertion end 75 onte-or each iai By Gillrd,,Deq rtesequent insertion. Winnsot,'..,a . '0 yr -Larger advertisements, when fio 6ontrat -Ii WVinuisboto,"' s. C.,, at KOO pr~ .-um-i Is made, will be charged in exact propor nurn,j n~dvanco.,- WMQQM Lon fTE FAIRFIELD -'1EAL% H l for profit, honor ot trust $10.90. 8 PUBI.1HED EVERYWEDNESDAY RN- - charged I, r$ P A . . WI1N 8BORO,- S. (j' T URSDAY. OJerU8eaJiae. whje ING), AT' P300 P" ANNUDI.'-- U Y19 l6 handedt in. orP L 'ev wil not. anAv PO3TZOT. < NATURE' NOBEMAN., Away with falso fashion,, so Calm and so chill,. Where-pleasuie itself o"nnot please Awdy with cold 'bloding, that: fpIthlesisly still, Afrects to be quito at its eme I Not the deepest in feeling is highest. in rank, The freest is firb in the band : And nAture's -own'nobl...

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 July 1866

Sh ira rang, My .9, - 9wlal"I Wt d ae otiol. cop# , ie lidw have taggan4 el.egat.s,tosthe Copytm stek Aidate i674tIgo soinuof nu mo gedSf1$ n w.egtichraetr. inth.' connaction sowea 1 i a egat,ve ef'oot upon thePIh of the actiob ithat Conven tion is likely to take upbn a matter of reati&6inent to'is, and our argnient * *n f-om the proposition's and princi'ples already set forth 'by the ofG oial papers otonpatinig-from the origi nators o tle'Oonveiti6. o h uniti 4 argunVett to stow the postive evil effect a representation fiNfiat Coxention %*Ul exert upon the $outh. We,IhI.it distinctly understood that w,e'Ant at Convention to meet,, and it it,project -i poliy that gives any i4pe to the South, th let the South render all the assistance she canto the frthgitne f' the grolnids of thpt hope.! -. . - OurjArst proposition in the way 0f objeotiqn,s,i that -a representation by delegatd in the Convention-*onlq CkuM'I4 $4ih* to measures thalt would.be eWtretidly humiliating. Say wat tey Mn...

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 July 1866

. Coogressional. VVAS" IN'troN- July. , 7--The reRdiu, 0rinirell was defeat#d, by a vote ,of 72 -againa 49--not two-thirds. . A' reslu. t6i' then poAni thtt Romsean bo*sum, moied to the har of tho HonHe, to be -cou,iurfid by tho Speakor. The three genmIemon who were 'in. companv with Rossean,. when he , eommitted the s -.1h we d,clar'ed. guilty. of violation -of-privilege, and are to be brought to .thvo bar -of the ouse. The resilt,ion of the select comn.ittee (i npproving of Grinnell's gross -lan Iago, in detate, against Rosseau was d4o th*i table. Later from EH-rope, Yonic, July 17.--Thosteanmer Pi,tt.hal arrived. Prus and I.alV fasued~Fth armistice. The Italians 44Crossed the Po. rbrd Derby's .Cbinct, ha4s been in 'alld. Jt.is rumored that Arch-Dukv Abert. will iujrinutend Bne(dick's con) mand in the 'Anstrian army. Tho Aus t'riius ev.senated Lohbnrdy. Froin.Washington. -*ilJ(NkTON, July 17.---Freeman Vhlr' comptroll r of currencv, has sent 41 hM reglation. Tht.. (uestion. of the...

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 July 1866

Distriot Judge-Wm R Robertson. Commissioner iu Eqit--Isaao 11 Means. Clerk of 0outt-amiB,Clowney. Sheriff-...gliha W Oliever. Ordinary-.J1e' 4bntqp. Tax Collestor-R Jtnng Coroner..-RobarC^Wthorn. 1soheator-Jaoob Feset*r. $otary Publio-Jas art B sE-Cald a ' obert taw ~ib lam Carll' 104 404s 14161, "dward PMo ,Robert B Snifth, William B Wood var J 'to finer Labin C Capell, Dr-.TIt U611 ,'T ;-bl lok :661n 8 Douglas., Roberl FrA Jok !'eMeeklu, L M,o'khadt, 04 Ndward -Taylor. con4itisdaier *I Vree 'choo. Thos J H Jones. Juob Bookman, Arthur ,Cji1q 0 r um MoQ,o. Aiken. CoMaafs6MpU*i;ck rov Pub. bs seUritki. Henry L XiiptJame WIAlken, John H Propst, Manuel Hlal, James 8 Stewart. 00 songsofal$isle Build. James B M9CkUte, Upgh..13 McMaster, *r W H'Alkeni, 0 11 Thbiipson, Jaines I lion, Thomas Jorda, George H1 MoMaster. ComalI enr of the Poor. Aoi aNwira. Treaanrer, Iev C Porter, Clerk. G:a Pook DrB Kirkland.. Tows& Officers. Intendaub-4-Dr kAiken, Wardens-Ur &H _4d. W B Creight, L W ...

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 July 1866

TIl TRI-WORY Nflw, 13 PUBLISHED EVERY TUE86AY, T11URs- oe DAY, 4MP SATURDAY7 t OE s ad U ; f re t By Gaillard, Desportes & 00, w ot in WinnSoro, S. C., st, .o pQr. an.,- L- -dvertisements *hen'noM Uflhi, n ad~uo - _________________Is mad;, will be charged'In nuth in adic6 FAIRTIpLD hERALD nonorortrit; h1 r 1'UBLISHED EVERY WDNSDAY MORN- chrge oere then lines, a(isen (.? 1140j AT $3.00.PZR ANNUMO VO.II]WNSOO .C,STRDAY, JULY-21, 1866. 14. M"b P& ltll in a, olerge i por Lromn THE sws.] SANTA ROSLiE. NT WANDZRUR, The.sad, sad yeav have passed and gone dear Rose, Sin3o last we wandered thro' the grove; The fragrant flowers blooming near, dear Rose, Iteard our whisper'd vows of Love. And both were young, and one was fair, 3 Oh God I how fair to ie, I loved, as man but seldom loves on earth, And madly wordhip'd thee. ve swore-as hand in hand we went, dear Rtose, We ne'er could love as (lien, .'Perhaps-if we had married then, dear Rose, Perhaps! it might have. hoen. That wecould ne'...

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 July 1866

sole aget for tM p'aPeip ' Fid 'M lTh, Monday le,i.4 .to ggpe iigr will tir # en 1asse WO Y,p4 yPnsA4 as, the li#k *W*po.bW'conAdb)red isof . great tm. T x 1hge says aowng silk from Artici cocoons, Is 4fanuftc. ed iA DefLWare... Wiihave, neen some as.:pretty aew, ing silk as could- be desired manufac tured hbri in Fa'Irald. :The raising of silk wornis in this DistrD has be come, qte prevalgat. The Poris .jhIIqp,, In another parp. of.this paper willibo f6tinda letter fr6m Gov. a to th4 people of the 8tate on tho .subject of the Paris Ekhibition. T .io fup,06. part of t te mat tor is .that duhr contecmporary, the Aioricaj iph-riot, objoets t4 thij let ter ofiGov. ORR, oli the ground that e ni't yet recogn izedl a~ one of the,United States.: We differ fron, the Pft,'tv ,o cnd6rsc' this ltter. therp is n reO)lutiun 8 in it. Onr1 tIn eforts wlore.p4pnutada eajila are broug-ht into juxta.-powitioll.' The Freedinen's Burett B ilIf This bill Which,.as we annouuoed o Thursday has betm a laIw...

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 July 1866

July 19-8 NATZ-A bil *9Pd p'ropriating $60,000 to, the. port, utr in'tio,9 i4ourn es, the 25t. Wbll t':644ot,he National debt w*A en Up and the amendment was adopted R (ting the depositing of money in th( tpal.Banks ere there was a United a depository. The bill was pas'sed. provided for (he. payment of one hundred eiht .. millions annually on' pritcipal ilaIftpi fit.'dept. Ai.othir 'provis. 1l suthe.oies the excess of, gold .o be sold fRUq;JtPt Otates 'noti f'a open market Whn the.aurn in the Treasury is above ffty r. Trumbull offered,a joint resolution Thceognizing Tennessee as a State. And as sn6h entitled to all rights and privilegis. Ordered to be printed. lotis; Stevens offered a resolution, the 4enate coneurring, that when Congress ad. journ iji 4Journ to meet Saturday, Decem ber Ist, unless sooner called together, suoli powe. ri' :case .of oinergency, is hereby graritgd to the presiding o7f4cors of both Iou,ses. Some objection being 'mlde to the considering of the resolution ...

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 July 1866

,3ardieltary. District Judge-.Wm Robertson. CommIsvioner inEqufty-Isaae H Means. Clerk,of Cour--Ssal Bt owney. Sheriff-ElishaW Ollever. Ordinary-James Johnston. Ta" Collector-Robert H Jeninug. Coroner-Robert H 1Eheator-Jaoo 44 Notary Ptbli M"'. Rawtht#mn, ae - ihia uba, Ot Miller, James Ai0n, P Broom, am)K Martin, Dr. Carlisle, R R Counts, Dr 0 Ladrda. B1ARD= 0 80E3Is10MRI. Commissioners of Reads. Howell Edmunds, John Lemon, Xdward P Mobly, Robeit B Smith, William B Wood ward, Dr John D Palmer, Labap 0 Qhappell, Dr J R MoMaster, Thomas M Lyles., John S Douglass, Robert Ford, John'W McMeekin, L M Bookhardt, Gn Edward Taylor. Comi6ionemrs of Free sP9gen. Thos J H Jones, Jacob bookman, Arthur K Craig, William Crosby, James A MoCro. ry, R EEl11p, Dr-J R MoMaster, Dr W E Aiken. 'CoaMn isioerstoApprove Pub lic Securities. Henry L Elliott, Jatnes R Alton, John H Propst, Mausel Hall, James 8 Stewart. Comnissioners of Pnblie Build. Ings. James B McCatS, Hugh B MoMaster, Dr W H Aiken, 0 R Tho...

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 July 1866

I fill-WE R NADVK IING RATES. ~ ~ Ordinary advertivemenla, riccupylag JS ' IMoro than ten TtneU, (one squam) wi* D)AY AND SATURDAY) 'insu-WI in 7 11F NEWS. at $1.00 for t Bly G aillard, D esportes & C o. wr er adeti e ents, e no cont - i W in sboro,' S. C., at $6.00 per a- L g de ti ec e n ea prop 1ln, in advance. - - ion. ___ ~ ~ i~j~ai '.~m~J ~For minouncing a candidate to any vffic TIof 1rofit, honor or trut, $10.00. THE IIRIEL HEALD A 1 1 . Marritige, Obiuitary Notloes, &o., will b charged the same as advertisente cuts, wh. ING,A$3.00PERAINM. Ir , I I WIN 'It, s. o., Lr j 1 7- over ten lten, and,must be paid for whe i hanrtlo in, or they will not $0oear. [A.i some curiosity has ben evoked by (aintions from (lie faatns song of fle "Werman PArrhnd," we give tho spirit,ed aiglish version of James Clarenco Mangan.] *. Ernft Moritz Arlidt. Til: tiElIMAN'S PA1tlIlitLAS1)u,., W1ere is the Gormani's Fatherland ? It's Prussia ? Swahiai It'A he sIt rai V.iere grows the vine, where...

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 July 1866

VWXNNSBOno. lidiay .1prnp, J 2y4, V6,. / T. TP. 'St,m:n, E-q., is thf 81:>le ft fbuvr'thk- pape1r ini Chalrlston' 11 -'lit rile r.'. mnuirdr of Mr. Ai.tn. \.i,i:,n of Che ter. No particulre. - S*-. ,Sold . Neafly~ili ex hiangs hjave bech lIttly a4ortising someqi doctor's pills, &c.., un'dcr the captaini oIf "FI act ik l's. Thoorici." Aren't they sold ? Per iap the editors read tle beginning,i bvt lint the ending of the article. It came originally fromt the V/,y Sni R. 1'.. StokeS, Esq., Agent for the Carol! .i . Di. Mr. R. M. Ston, fornierly edlitOr ,4nd proprietor of the Painter & Pan f-r, IIow canlvassing for tihe r(,1o/nao, is in town sitopping at .lr*. Ir own'."' 31r. SroIrs will soon intrdice a new plough, with a piniti.pg apparatius at tat:hed, called thn A"uggy pough. Tlhe imiieia~jte b. 1u,ines:o .'3!rtMi. S-roK :s ik in colinnetionl with Ole which is too well kn> )wI to recpjire recommttiend ation1 14 ho'. A Wotieril Priso)ner. There is, and1 has b I e for sot...

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. — 24 July 1866

. Miscellaeotios, Niv Yom<. July 20.-Death is roapitg a felarfuil harvest. There were 720 deaths from Sunday to Wednesclay inclusive. It Is believed there nro'Cholera cases in private familios that are not reported. Tho Insurance Convention has agreed to a Iv.nce rates 10 per cent. The I[avana R>arl of lealth has established at quaran. Iino of tivo days upon all vessels arriving from11 the Unitud Stats. EVenl those with clealI hills of 1health will be q1uarantined hroo days. Nlonit,., July 20. -A public meeting is to bo hold hqro on Munduy next, to elc dele gates to the State Convention for the p I1itat.li ot repe'qseItatiVes troml t his Stto 10 to lte 'liladelll ik COILvItiOnl, Al glist 1-ith NxY Otmr:%vi, July 20.-Judti, Abel, of tle First .Distriet Court of Orleaus Parish, wivs arrested thlis morning, cherged with treason by a loy.d citizen of the 'it.a . 'te vois otamap. tjeOl. Shuridan Ims formally publ,thedt his order forbidding tho commem oratiot or Confe lrato umontmmn...

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. — 24 July 1866

6EMERAL DIRECTORY, ,h li",-y D)istrlct gent.Wnz RUt,bro1 Coinmls,i,-er in -Equity,-linAo R Means. Clerk c flCourt-u8am LCitImey. Hherifl.-Aisha W Olkevms. Ordinrv,-James JohnstuM. Tax Chlbotor-Robert H J6mmings. Coromera-Robert lawthor'. Escheti,:--,&oob Feast.z NotLry Publlo-Jbest. MNagR9kse Jaa E Caldwei, Williants-0:1nby, Robert Ha4rth M*i *M 3 )itkand - sen,'Oeel Mier, 1Asikee la Pluroom, _WMh . - b, M. D Williim Carlisle, if otlts, Do D Londerdale. BOARDS OF 00E1=91ONERS. ConmiNle0uere 01 Ras. Howen Edmunds, John' Lvion, Ed*ard P Mobly, Rober4-B Smith, Illanv B' Wood *ard, Dr Johij DPalmer, Labsv C Obapell, Dr J R McMaster, Thomas M Lyles. Johin 8 Donrt*ss, Robert Ford, John IV beMeekin, L DiVlokhardt, Gen Edprard Taylor. 16ssumissioimers of Free Seliools. Thos J 11 Jones. Jacob Bookman; Arthur X Craig, William Crosby, Jaines A' M4Qro ry, IR E Ellison, Dr J R McMaster, Dr W E Aiken. Comn aslonorst Approve Pub lic Secarities. Henry L Elliott, James TR Aiken, John H Props&...

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 July 1866

Tile TRA RRI6 LY NEWS, ADVERTISING RATES. 13 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURS- Oe averlsents,) ig*ne .DAY AND SATURDAY,TH NEW at $1.00 fo the .DATAND ATURAY,first insertion anad 76 cent# for each sub By Gaillard, Degportes & Co. It Winnaboro,' S. C., at $6.00 per an- L adotoa w4waocontrac nun, in advance. ------- THE FAIRFIELD HERALD, T pf I - t E10.I00. SP D EVERY WDNEODAY MORN- I obarged the same as advert isementt, wn S fy, V 4 2 over ten IIn and must be pd for ha handed In. o they will not earor, THE WRONG BIDE OF TIB CURYB AN NX-2INotNER's STORY. Among the many incidents that during the late rebellion were connected with that greit national artery, the Baltimore and Ohio railway is the one I will relate. In the fall o 1801,' having been detained by busitess in ti.e town of Cumberlaid, I was at last about to itart for' Wheeling, witen I learned by a disptoi that 0114 road was occupied below ,1Riper's Ferry by a force of rebels, and the-elore no train can pass. This prove4 to b...

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 July 1866

WINNSBORQq_ ibursday 9*'rniier JulY il 1866. W T. P. SLIDER, Esq., i8 the sole agent for this paper in Charleston S. C.. The -Pufflie lettIng on Mondgy. The mectin; bn the 23d, called to select delegates to the Convention to meet in Colunbia on the 1st August, ras pretty' well -attended. The pro ceedings will'be fdund:-in another col idnn. .---W-e have -heard it-intimated-that our failure to publish any notice of the meeting in Tuesday's issue led to the in)pression that we wdre disposed to treat the matter with, at leist, indiffer ence, if not contempt. We positively deny the charge, and challenge the proof for the shadow of such an opin ion. When we differ from' others in opinion, we differ from piinciple and not any petty pique. We are honest in our convictions, but firi, and we yield to none in liberality towards the opinions of others. When we returned, to the office from the meeting all the proof sheets were struck off and awaiting our arri val at the eanctum, the "matter" was...

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 July 1866

p ater from Europe. Wew YORK, July 24.-The Scotia with Liverpool dates to the 16th has arrived. The Great Eatern is laying out the At lantio Telegraph cable. The last reports from her are that 185 miles bave been laid. Signale perfect throughout. ;Fhe Paris Afoniteur of the. 14th says ae goliations are 'still pending, and the beet feeling prevailed betweon Prussia .and France, but later advices seem to indicate that the war will continue. The Prussiais occupied Prague, and are still advancing. Benediok's army is reorganized, and is 160,000 strong exclusive of cavalry and ar tillery. The Prussians under Manteroff attacked the Bivarians near Kessenenez The latter defended the poition two hours, and re treated to take position en main Davarlan Cominmander Zouler was killed. The Vienna Pre8o, of the 14'h. says that -he proposed mediation of Napoleon is onded for the present and Austria must trust to her own strength and remources. She is resolved to figl't, to aiutaiu her position as a ...

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 July 1866

GEIEIRA'. DIREFTORY, District .-iudge- Wn: 11 llobertson, 'Colminissi-ner in Hquity-4%ao H Means. Cierk of Cuurt-- Sai 13 Clowney. Sheriff-EliebaM Ollever Ordinary-Jaus Jo,isti. Tax Collector--Rob rt If Jeniklags. Coroner--Robert Hawthorn., Esoheator-Jacob Feaster. Notary'Public--J -8 Stewart. Jas E (;1 11ta Cefleb, Robert el; BR and, Honr Gib. *on' 4 , Ja40es A Pen William P st4 1rtn l.lliam 'itf,'Dt D LkddQf. BQ 8 6F COMU"81ONFRS. -Hwell'Ednunds, John Lenon, Edward P Mobly, Robert, B6mith, William B Wood ward, Dr John D Palmer, Laban C Chappell; Dr J R McMaster, Thomas h Lyles. John 8 Douglass. Robert Ford, John V IieMeekin, L M Bqokhardt, GeuE dward Tiylor. C4ptaai,siouers 411 Free %elaools. 'thos J 11 Jones. Jacob Bookman, Arthur K Cyag, AVilIani -Crbelhy, 3a6ne -A McCro. ry, IR E Ellison,Dr J R McMastor, Dr W E Aiken. CquaamiIsioners to Approve Pub lie Securities. . enry L ElliottJ4ie' R Aiken, Jdhn H1 Propst, Mansel H11, James 8 Stewart. cofamueaslioller of Public 'B ild kang~...

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. — 28 July 1866

TIlE TI-WHRUT AM S ADVEATMING RATES. 18 MUBLISED EVERY TUESDAY, THnURS-nt I~ iUHLSIIE EVRY UESDY~ IIUR- I~EImore ihan ten lines. (one square,) will be DAY AND SATURDAY, ined id THE NHW6@ at $I&Q0, ior t first theertion dndl 76 obats for each sub By Gaillard, Desportes & Co. sbqu6it inserUon. In Winnsboro,' S. C., at $6.00 per an- Lerge in ehactr nun, in advance. tion. THE FIIRFIELD HIERALD, fiig,biuryNtcs c,wl S V'UHLISHIED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORN-oag h aea &vrle#6t,* ING, AT $3.00 PER ANNUM. t ie, and rRsbeikfd for *b Imor]., handed In. or Inhe. u will b POSTRY. CITY LYRICS. T'o IsAnIEL,-"Oh !"-Su/ pearc, The weather is exceeding hot, The sky exceeding blue, Oh, tell tme, lovely Iabel Wai -hall 1. shall 1 do ? I can't keep cool-I court the breczo, 1l1it. ol I the breeze is coy Ante like thyselt', dikaainas to conje Atl fill may hart with joy. I slept in ice last night, But when I Woke al day, I 1lat1e,l inl at lepi,l lailh Amd thought Id rt away l)o what. I will, I can't k...

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. — 28 July 1866

WINNSBORO. atvdwy Normog, July 8, 8'l,g. TP,7 T. 1'. Si.m)v:t', & ..i h Bole ngent for this papor i!i Charh-ston 8 0. ThelintHdng club, Will meet il tflib Thespian Hall next Monday ilght t 8 t'loci. ,.The quq'ry for the occasiO'tj-";% ti e world indebted more to genius or to il ddiennce of. the Club s de sired. A Sad Record. Three timesthis week have we been called upon in this town to'- pay the last tribute of respect to the remains of the departed, which have all been deposited in the Presbyterian Church yard,. '11 first death was that of Miss CHARLOTTE IV. Gn-BERT, a yutilg lady who died of this violout-type of fever now prevailiur to -.ouie extent in the District. The seconld was that of a lau,hter of ourfellow-eitizen, M r. Jou IN'V 7F.L DON, awlother victim. to the dreaded fevev. She was about twelve years of age. The-thiid was that of Mrs. Sm,.. McCnemiui, roliet of Col. \ NIM. l. CASrnI,dceased, who d '-d of theaniefever,and contratted it while 1(rsinher nicre, the ru!tt...

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. — 28 July 1866

Collgressionld. W.V-inuNTON, July 21.--In the Senate to -Aky, when credentials of Patterson, fIom 'Tennessee. were read, Sumner inoved they 'be referred to tho Committee on the Judi. -ciary with Instructions to inquire whether he could take his sea(. Sumner said he was a Judge under the Confederate Govern tent, and therefore disqualified. After 'couSiderable discussion the motion was agreed to. Alajor-General Sherman was confirmed Lieutenant-General, Lieut. General Grant promoted; and Rear Admiral Porter as Vice Admiral, Vice Farragut promoted. Reeolition passed empowering Miss Min. nie icamn to execute a life-size statile of Mr. Lincoln, for which she is to be paid len 11hounnd dollars. Bill passed granting lands to a Company to build a Itailroad from 1issouri and Ar Icansas to th. Pacific coast, about the 85th line. Banks' resolution indifying the neutrall t1 laws, pitse'l y a unanimous vote. Railrooui lrdgt Destroyed. BAr-TIMons. .1 uly 20.--The gi eat, railroad bridge o%er ie Su...

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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