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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 6 June 1865

OaA IN VO .NN BOR , S. C ,TUFSI)AY MOENUIG, JUTNC 8, 1865. [NUMBER_35. av~~~~~~~~85 enmgrn s ... . ..- 1........ , .... ..... THE !UhIAVEL Lr' NEWS: 0*:W5 -SITT ON. THE TRI-WEEKLY NIOWS is pablihed aLt ONEK n41 ,dade .Stock 4IsugqqnO:~ Ip"ft.4 %I ON A DQLLAR 6p6d etfnor or Iha first, and EVNTY FRVY cqnto for each sube. e onrtoinvariably In advance. TRR!t13L1 CALAMITY. Wrigtittfl Eapiosiomn 39 mobile. CHrAGO, May 29, 1865. A desiatch froin New Orleans, dated the 26th inst., says The ordnance depot and magazine at Mobile exploded at two o'clock yeater. day. The shock was terrific. Tlfe city was shakesh to'its very foandations. Eight squares of buildings were des troye4. Five.hundred persons were bpried in the ruirip. The loss is estim'nated at eight millions of ollars. The origin of the explonion has not been asertained. MUMPHI8, May 27. 'via CaIRO, May 29, 1865. Os t e evening of the 24th inst, the tusin ordnance department, in Marshall's * *AMthoe,' at Mobile; blerv up with a tetHbl...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 6 June 1865

TUESDAY MORINf 0, stooks and other Paots. Those of our friends at the above nansea placel, ''aid At 'Cornwells and othepoInts ulotig -thtlin, between 'this place and Oha4otte, can isow receive their papers somewhat regular. Wg in vite subscriptions, and can furnish thb per to those hubseribing very soon af tet its publication in Winnsboro. Receiving Northern and other --X changes, we present'an interesting sheet to our readers. All subscriptions forwarded to utiwill be promptly attended to. We are indebted tQ* Mr. ,%o. H. CATHOART for a late copy of the Char lotte Bulletin; aso .to Dr. J. R. Cook for our Columbia goteniporary. We have also received from ourfath. er. at Chatlotte, late copies of Northern papers, through Q favor of Mr. L. W. AUVAL. Some person or persons entered the office'of 1u1 NEWs on Saturday Iast and took therefrom Seventy cents, in nil. ver.' Though the amount is small, yet the principle is the same.. "He *ho steala my purse, steals trash-" tlays SnA&aSPEAnt...

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 June 1865

I'of VOLU M1~ IWINI~rI3BRO , . C, Th)A Y M R N IN G, JU N f ;I8,.L~ A ~ 6 BE TRI-WEEKY NEWS: BY J. E. IIITTON. THE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS is pdblished Tuesday, Tkursday and Batdrday, at ONE W R er sihutb, In advance. dingle pies Tx Catete. Advertlaemwte isaarted at ONE DOLLAR per square, of eight lines or lea., for the first, and SEVE~NTY-FIVE cents for each subse quent insertion, Invariebly la'advance [Gommunicated.] Miter Winnsbo" News': SR:-In a recent number of the New rleans Prices Current, J. B. GRIBBLE, a merchant of that city, puts the avail sable cotton resources of the Southern 'mates, including the crop which is now n the ground, at 1,900,000 bales. This fgure is an over estimate, by at least, one third, as the followhig npproximate tatistics will show: - 1861, - 8 i0000 1832, 1.000,000 1868, 600,000 1864, 500.000 6,000,000 r.portsedurkig war, 1,000,000 owe cobsuimption, r o4years,.' 1A00,0Q0 B ned and other 19 destroyed,. 1,040,006 .Damaged and4rOtten otitod; wortbless, 400,000...

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 June 1865

-O ADArM hos o r friends At the above tu"ed places, . and at Cornwells and Olherpointa plop, the line between this lace and Qhartte, ,tn now reeeiie - heir papers somew)lat regular.- Wo in-' Vite subscriptionis, and can furnish the paper.to those subscribing tery soon at. ter its publication in Winnsboro. Receiving Northern and other ex Changes, we prsent an interesting sheet to our readers. All subscriptions forwarded to us will be-promptly attended to. We make special acknowledgement to Mr. P. A. AtnILun'for copies of late Northern papers .and the Charleston Courier, of the 1st inst. Vow stores. Our adwrtising columns gave notice on Tuesday last that Mr. D. B. Mc. CRIPGHwould'uy or receive on com mission, such articles of fruit, vegetables, &c., &c., that our friends fro'm the coun try and elsewhere may send in. He is worthy the patronage of all, and we trust those having such artieles as he adver tises for, to dispese of, will' place them "on sale" at his establishment. S...

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 June 1865

t: I VLUMRE L . * WINNS.BORO, . C., SATURDAY MORNING, TJNE 10, 18650b rNM . 11tR ThZtKLY NEWS: Y JV B DRITTON. ' w"E Y NEWS is published oft ts~d!y, Tbuday and Saturday, at ONE moonth, sih- advance. Single' eqps Ta* ,r, Aitor(IDements Inserted at 'ONE DOLLAR o eigt .linh es or.lts. for the firpt,. W$4NTY.F)VIA cents for each inbie ldlsertion, ilnvarallAly in advance. ' o IFIREMN MINISTER O' WAR ENGAGED IN: A DUEI.-A painfful occur renco took-place at the setting of the 1st of April. In' replying to, M. Delaet, M6 had given out that blafIks had been l4 in the order of authorization deliv ered to the Mexican volunteers, in order that the po*er of ,roeeding - against them a'deserter uld 'be- reseited in1 esse they made ' of thel, hekve of absetice ftb any other pr' 6 than that of gqing to iJxico, tlp Mmiiette of War said thAt those only - were capable of coirnitting suc infatnous acts who at tributed to others the thought of doing - ed.' At the wo-d "infamous,"' M Delaet the Iresident ...

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 June 1865

8At1tRDA T Dr. J. R. Coo has$1u obligationo to him fior a opy of the i York, er Wsokey Masonie Testimonial. In copying the. flotice of the celebra tion a few days since, we omitted to.state tht the New York papers say that the gqld snuff box presented to Dr. MAczRy coptained a check for $4000. and tlat a large subscriplon is being taken- p, to remunerate .the Doctor for his. heavy ceouniary losses in adhereing W the nincause. A tam.e of the New$. 'Tlib President has midd appoitments for lbistrict' United States 'Marshall, District Attorney akd Postmaster for North Carolit All the appointees are North Carolinan. The Secretary of Lte, Mr. Seward, in accordance with 'he directions of the Presideht's amnesty proclamation, has issued a circular in regard to the admin. -istration of the oath of allegiance. The oath maPhe ebscribed before any com niisioned oilleer, civil, military or nval, in the service 'of the national govern. - nient or any civil or military of a loyal jt&ate' or Te...

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. — 13 June 1865

VOLUME I SB1ORO, 8. C.,. TUEDAY. MORNING, JUNE '1 18 865. -R. FNUTMNER.V N THE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS: BY J.'B. BRITTO.N. TUE *TRJ-WEEKLY NEWS is published an'Tuesdy; Thursday and Saturday, at ONE DOLLtR per month, in advangpe. Single copies Ta NIT --Ts. . Advertiteinntseinsted at ONE DOLLAR per square. of eight lines or less, for the first, and 6EVENTY-FVE 'cente for each sutse quent insertion, Invariably in advance [Froth Charleston Courier.] *Interesting Statement of the Position of Davis and the 'Confederate Gov ernment. RIoHMOND. Monday, May 15, 1865. -0w'ng to the mystery of secret sessions and thtreticence observed by the jour. nails, mu6h of the roal history or he gpat struggle remains to be written. AT is known to the world that Ir. Da vis weilded' to the last, the full powers of the So.uth, and that the Southern Con . gress granted nearly all his requets for power, insatiable. as he seemed to be in this respect.- But it is well known that W' was .ntipopulair with . the, leading -...

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. — 13 June 1865

- TUESDAY MORNING Mr.. JNo. G. NHLOR please at -cept our -thanks for a late copy of the New York, 7mes. Our ydtrid, M . Jugs AwTL 119, will also, please accept our thanks-for late favore Lt. W. WT..ELLrtrr hasalsd placed us hnder obligations -for a. late Coluntibia paper. T6 Col. 3.*. D. Arnicr we retturn thanks for a Charleston Courier. .Ur. R. 4AI3Is has also fivored usirith the Charleston Courier of the 9th inst. 'Por all of whicl ive make the aiiendd Mnorable. See advertisemVnt of Mr. R..Wayzr in another.coldmn, *here the ladiee can procure fixins gerally. Messrs. ti.oTT & Co., also advertise in to-day's paper. Call at their estab' lishient and prpoure some of the many nice things which they have on hand. SRefereno We copy in anothet column, from 'the Charlestoh' Courier, ah atticle head. 'ed "Iteesting Stateinent of the Posi. 1ion of DAVIS and-the Confederate Gov nkien" which will be interesting to nittt of our readets. The writer, though manifestly, politically and per. wo...

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 June 1865

-. Ar eeIN it- .1 .% - - .45 41 Vow WINNSBO'O js. C., ARAYMtmGJUE1.86' TETIMWEEELY NEWS: 14'. it. OR ITT ON. T4i9 Tti-W iEELY iSWS Is pobtished T Thirsday and Saturday, at.ONE OLIAR rr onth, in advance. singie A'iferim inserledsat ONE DbjLAR per a uIen, of eight lines or less, for the first, ind bNVENTY.FIVE cents for each subee. quent insrtiob, Invariably Jo advance OoreSpondence between 13J. Gen GIlmore and A.. . EgratJh. 'We have been furnished by a friend with a copy of the following correspon. dence between Maj. Gen. Gilmore and A. G, Magrath : T'u STATE Ol SOUTH CAROLINA, IEXROUTIVE DEPAnTMENT, ' Columbia, May 20th, 1845. I. The proclamation from this De partment,'bearing date the 2d day of May, 1865,. is hereby reked and the -directions therein given are counterman ded. The following correspondence with Pen. Q. A. Gillmore will set forth the causas which have led me to revoke that proclamation and countermand its directions:. HD'QnsDPRT'maNT or THRSOUTI1, HILrou HEAD, S. C., ...

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 June 1865

VRUg*AY MO We a'.indOted.j -a: 1AiUO3R, of the 25th 0. V. V. I., ap 'tain commanding post, for t'copy of the Columibia Plunix of the 13th inst. Arrival of . & torba. Yesterday, two covopaiaies, number ing 122 men, of the 25th Regiment, Ohio Veteran Volunteer Tifantry,-un der command of Capt. B. McCoN, NAUGeY, reached our town for the pur pose of garrisoning, carrying out order &c. In reference to the troops 'who are amoogst us, a friend, writing from Co lumbia, says of the6m: "The men. you are to have in. your midst are of the right stamp-kird, cour teous and dbliging. They dio every - thing'in their power to see that the citi zen gets his rights. The Columbians ate very much attached to them, owing - to their faithfklness" The Towvn Hall has been turned over to the command on garrison at this post. The office will-be opened and ready for bsittess this morning at 8 o'clock, 'and we doubt not that 'in all transactions Capt. MOCONNAUOUY will be found po. lite and obliging, at ...

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 June 1865

- -I m -"' I PY - 4 Vt - ,11 **JUNE 17 1865. ! . , JktU4Oy,.aMR 164016,es~ 16strt. AL OWE DOLLAR I~oit idtle@o I~* or t-fLead itrs X-vtoi GbZ4 Abroad. .it is said that there weee (ouT'd on the -PtoTs'or,Peetuqstor Geoo'ArI Ragan, Papirm showinig that wa age am 0unt of ISIOCO kdben ojppdto .Lon4an -by, tb&Ci~fdera6 iithrtiot. ,kcorepondei~t of t~.8avatioah papof atate that, Whijehe was: .in -Jivprpoibl, Zn".land,-&ayestgoi therehs4,Just . heen. eompletead a splendid brick. rmnitn in oi~o b d tmoet& fashionable, sq1aret of Ad' city, *'hich 'was Ken~riy.-,kluowh iid- Ike&. Qt~scI A"I biiea."erQod 1toni the proceeds of, OonfId~rAte loaf$, .And .v beI * itended -fbrthe-Joit tur. kabidenco. . or Jeffers.. n Ivis. in the 10otit Of -cirb*Aiaueu, , fkiingb.im tq lftej avet t6,.T country.-, .A.o the wheols of ti,0,Iu''YPveuwntd,' tiwi..64ldepne thabt~M. Iavis ad 4lisii load. with gol( EI ~uoet .-upon, lp tas* ,their oxperirflnvof estAblis1'ing a despo?. tisqm gver th~e 8outern...

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 June 1865

SATURDAYMO1NIN It.' The citizens of Fairfield Dis. t-iet are respectfilly invited to attend a. * PUBLIC MEET-MG, to be held at Wlwnsboro, on Wedne8day, 22nd ib. at 11 o'clock, a. M., for the purpose of adopting measures fi .the res toration of the Civil Govern ment of the State of South CarcJina. To the Hon. W..W. BoyoE are. we indebted for a copy of the Richmond .les, of the 12th inst. Mr. A. LAUGHLIN will please accept our aoknegledgements for a late Colum. "la paper. o j, de also indebted to our kind frienO, Dr. J. R. Qoox, for a similar fa. .Vot. We are-again placed under obligations to that obliging gentleman, Mr. DAVID ONES, of the Southern Express Com. 'pany for late favors. The - Express 'Company is an "institution," and but for it, and the obliging kindness of its Messengers, we would be almost'totally in'she dark in point of news. Jefferson Davis. We have been informed by an ofmloer 'recently released from Fort Delaware, who passed through Washington and stopped at Fortres...

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. — 20 June 1865

*y r-4 -'- -.,.PA T1H __ilKL NE s WINNSBORO- s. CTUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1865. rNTTMRER 41 VOLUM~ U,* Y J. E. BRITTON. THE7 0tWE LY r4HWS Is-published nn'l'oe ,'Thuaynd Saturd&y, at ON D0LiLAt . r pmont , in advance. Singlte cop Ta W. Atrtie.os Inserted at (NBDOILARt per Iquare,'ofeIhe, lines or less, for the first, and bEVENTY 'IVE cente tor' 'eacb suboe quel, i..serioen, invariable In advance' A StRANGE STOnY FROM NASSAU A RRD.LPIRAT CAPTURES AND BURNS TWo VESSELS-ATTEMPT To, uoWN -rux Caiw.--FMNDiSH WOnK--Tei Nassau (Ne Providence) Gurcliau of tho.101ih1 has the following, but Nassali elats of' h. 11th,, pre,vIualy reeived by way of 14vaia, made no' uention o( the reported piracies and outrages allud ed to "INAOUA, , "7b the Editor of the Nasatn Guardien: "There Itas been - an awful -outrkgh committed off thebe islandd, $hichl I have not yet seen iti print.. The pitate Parr, who- eeatured the hesapeake out of Now-York, and also the Roanoke, from Cuba, h' 1mide his appearart...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 20 June 1865

. TtESDAY MORNING, ZiJg$' 20, I P fBLI RESTIN - The. citizens of Fairfield Die. trict are respectfully invited to attend a PUBLIC MEETING, to be held At Winnsboro, on Wednesday, 21st int., at 11 o'clock, a. m., for the purpose of adopting measures for the res toration of the Citi. Govern ment of the State of South Carolina. See advertisement of Household and Kitchen furniture,'together with other articles, for sale, in another column. ---t0. o 0~-. Messrs. ELLIOTT & Co., advertise an auction ale to take Place on Wednes. day, (to-morrQw.) The status of the military arrange. ments for our town have been somewhat changed. The following are the ofli :cers now in attendance at the Provost Court., at the Town Hall. Capt. B. MoCoNNAUouY, Captain Commanding Post. Lieut. S. R. STEWART, Lieut. and Provost Marshal. Lieut. BELT., Commissioner for con; tracts, between the freedmen and plan. term. Their office hours are from 8 to II * a~f from I to 4 ). m. In regard to the Commissioner for co...

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 June 1865

TH .."R ----- L-T NEWSJI VOLUME . WINNSBORO- S. C., THURSDAY 1ORNING, JUNE 22, 1865. -J. . I . W. NUMBER 42 T.E Till-WEKLY NEWS: BY 'J, E. BRITTON. THE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS is publiahed 'o"'uesday, Thursday and Saturday, at ONE DLLAt. per month, in advance. Single edpe Tsa e-. Advertisomnute nserted at ONE DOLLAR per squar. of eight lines or less, for the first, and SERNTY FIVE cent, for each subse. quent hIsertion, invariably in advance . 3Mr. Davis' Capture in Burope. WHAT IS THOUGHT %IF HIS OAPTIVITY. Opinions of the Foreigs. Pes.. The news of the capture and imprison ment of Mr. Davis has reached Europe ai'd creates somo gensation and anxiety in England. The hop'i was generally expressed that he would be treated in no vindictive spirit, On one point, all the organs,,both English and French, agree. They sa$ that bavis ought not to bq hanged. The London Post asserts that only success was wanting to raise Mr. Davis to -a level with George Washing. ton. -The opinions of the British and F...

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 June 1865

WINNSOQRORO THURSDAY MORNING ! 22 We acknowledge the receipt of a bundle.of late papers from our father, Mr. -. H. BU'rToN, at Charlotte, througl.b the. politeness of Mr. DAvID JoNEs, Messenger, of the Express Com. pany. Dr. E. IOnLtasK Will please aczept our thanks for a iate Charleston Orurier. The Meeting. There was a large turn out of our ci tizens to attend th oneeting held in our town yesterday, and every. one seemed anxious to be present and take part in the proceedings. To say the least, the meeting was.haraonious, and everything passed off quietly. We do not refer to the mneeting for the purpose of giving an editorial report of its proceedings, but merely for the purpose of saying that it was well at tended and was quite unanimous it its action. The Hon. R. B. BOYLSTON'was call ed to the chair, and upon taking it, ex. plainod, in a lucid and forcible manner, the object of the nieeting. The Ion. W. W. -Boyc was present and gave the rineting his views and ob. servations in re...

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 June 1865

1 - A~~~ s:. P" 1 1.1 HE' T + LY NEW VOLUME I.] WINNSBORO, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE A, 185. rmTTMnu IA TBE T14iEELY NEWS: DY J. B.. BAITTON. . TE-TR-WEEKLY NEWS is pabliebed on ysd I Thursday and Saturday, t ONE DOfiAR per montib, in aivancq. Single copies Cw Omau-ra. Advertisemente inserted at.ONE DOLLAR per square, of eight lines or lest, for the first, andSEVENT1-FIVE cents for each subso. quest idiertion, invariably in advance. [Correspondenee of the 16w york News.] The Conduct of Mr. Davis -IN PRISON CON818TIENT WITH HI8 FORMER LIFE-HIS DEMEANOR AND LANGUAGE THOSM OF A CHRISTIAN AND A GEN 1LPMAN-No EXOUSE OR PRoVOOA f'ION FOR HIS nYING PUT IN IRONS S:HIS SAFE KEEPING DOE SNOT REQUIRE CLOSE OONFINEMENT. Wdsingto, June 6, 1865. I nieed ot tell the raders of the News that all the ridiculousstories about Jef. ferson Davi, thit have beent set afloat ever since his capture, are pure fabrica tions, without the'least foundation. They have otaginated, and have been circit -Ated, wi...

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 June 1865

WINNSM04 SATURDAY MORNING, .UN, 24, 18o. Mij. JaEs R. AIKnN iwill please accept our warmest thanks for a fine roast of veal, sent us. yesterday. We enjoyed the treat very much, and thus return thanks to the Major for his kind. ness. CapLJNo. CGORDERo, will please accept our thanks for a late Columbia paper. We learn from. Superintendent Wi. LE, of the Southern Express Compa ny, that,. commencing' with Thursday next, there will be a 'semi-weekly mail, via.Orangeburg, 'rom Charleston to Co lambia, and that it is probable that a semi-weekly line will also be run from White Oak, connecting with the other ane at Columbia. We hope the latter may be so.' Tiis is done by the ener getieness of the managers of the Express Company. The cars on the Charlotte and South Carolina railroad now make daily trips to White Oak, a point eight miles north vf oar town, arriving there at about 2 p. m. and leaving half an hour the same day. Passengers going north lie over, at Chester one night. The Hon. 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. — 27 June 1865

-t - LT IlE R, WEEKLT RIEW VYOLUXE. 1.1 TNNSBOIRO, S., C., TUiESDAY. MORNING, JUNE 27, 1865W [NUMBER,44. T T TRI-WEEKLY NEWS: BY . E. BnITTON. thE 'TRIt-WitELY NEIWS fa poblished . na Tuisdw, Thursday ant-aturday, a 04 9 -.DO"A or obis, in advance. 8ingle coplsTsw Caa. - - Adverfijroetie inserted at ONE DOLLAR per nsare. ofreighit ine, or lets, for the first, abO Of , TY-FIVE cent. for, each suI*g. uent n4- 6n, nariably In advAnce.. rrtspobdenoe of the N. -Y. Herald.1' South Carolina. CIARLrTON, S.O. June 10, 1865. The amnesty proclamation of the President is considered very liberal by the mass pf people. The middle course adopted will save the State from anarchy and confusion, while it relieves tire peo. ple of the iron rule of the old aristocrats -the real secessionists-wlio, in the name of honor aid chivalry, have here. tofore .exercised kingly power. To have given the right of suffrage to the repent freedmen, .with their overwhelm int preIonderance would have piaeti; en turiied ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 27 June 1865

TUESDAY MORNIN0, 27 Mrs. Dr. JNo. IV. dplate :accept our thanks for , large atd fine mess of snap-b9ans, which came to hand Saturday last. To Mr. JNo. G. WILNon we return our special thanks for late papers, from which .copious extracts will be found elsewhere. Under our latest news head will be 'found 4 paragraph which says that the Hon. Lswis E. PAnsogs has been ap pointed Provisional Governor of South -Carolina. This, wethjnli is a mistake, and the general tenor of the article in question warrant us in this expressoin. The paragraph Jn question is beaded "South Carolinas',and says that the gen tieman has leen appointed "Provisional Governor of that State." The heading should have been "Alabama," as Mr. PARSONS is of Alabama, and a gentle. man of some note of that State. Uow the President could have ap pointed a gentleman liviig in, and a na tive of, Alabama, as Provisional Govern or of South Carolina, is a matter of inys. tory to us, especially as we have gentlc men of much abilit...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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