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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 13 September 1866

_INNSBORO. Thursday ilorning, Septelbber 18, 1866. T. P; SLIK , Esq.,. is the sole agent for this paper in Charleston S. C. 0. jw Mr. JAS. H. SMitg, formerly qf this place, but now residing in Charlotte,.N. C. Is our authoriied .agent for the NEws. Mr. SMeru can be found at the Times office. legIiaillte. Aie Legislature is still ,hannierjng nt the Stiw Law-vainly striving to sat isfy the climors of their constituents by devising- some schome not obnox. iou5 to constitutional objections. The most pliu.sible so far and one that un doubtedly will pass the Senate, if it has not already done so, is the bill in troduced by. Senator TOWNES' of Greenvill, providing for only one term of Court each year. In the House the Stay Law. sentiment has concentrated upon no plan as yet, and it is thought the Bill from the Senate will be accepted . and made a part of the Legislation of the Land. The authority is sought to be derived from the provision of the Constitution which invests the legislature w...

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. — 13 September 1866

luropeaf News Per Cable, R'I:D= September 10, Noon.-The up. Ver house of the Prussian Diet, has passed the bill to indemnify the zing for acting 'Wthout the assent of the Diet In the matter -Vt'the budget and army supplies previous t the war with Aust,la. The bill passed lunatimously. The Chamber of Deputies hove reoeted 'the Gq11tRent's proposal for the ispue of -ixty millions of treAsury notes, and' adop ted in its stead an amendment authorizing the issue of thirty *thillions, payable in one year from their date. It is repotted het' that the King of Sax. -uy had decided to reiigi In favor.' ot his sop. MADalD, September 10.-The papers state that the reent -visit of the Queen of Opain to 'the Empress of Francs, at Biarritz 'was of a political nature. ST. PaTmasano, September 9.-It is said that all the tribes df Doghestan have revolt 4ed against the authority of the - Czar. FLoRNNoN, Sept,ember 10.-The Italian Government has issued a deoree which dis bands 68,000 men of the Itllan 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. — 13 September 1866

ENERAL DIRECTORY .teiary. District Judge-Wm R Robertson. Commissioner in Bquity-Isaao H Means. Clerk of Court-4aml B Clowney. Sheriff-ElishaW Ollevor. Ordinary-James Johns,on. Tax Colleator-Robert H Jennings, Coroner-Robert Hawthorn. Esoheator-4-Jacob Feaster. Notary Public-Jas 8 Stewart. Magistrates. Jas XCaldwell, William Crosby, Robert Hawthorn, Daniel B Kirkland, Henry Gib iron, George 11 Miller, James Aikon,.Wilam P Broom, -William-M Martin, Dr. William Carlisle, H H Counts, Dr D Laudertfale. BOARDS OF COMISSIONERS. Commissioners of Rdad. Howell Edmunde, John Lemon, Edward , Mobly, Robert B Smith, William B Wood ward, Dr John D Palmer, Laban C Chappell, Dr JR McMaster, Thomas M Lyle', John a Douglass, Robert Ford, John W MoMeekin, L M )lookhardt, Gen Edward Taylor. 0 Cosanissioners of Free Schools. Thos J Hf Jones. Jacob Bookman, Arthur K Craig, William Crosby, James A MoCro. ry, R E Ellison, Dr J R McMaster, Dr W E Aiken. )CoamissionerstoApprovePilb lie Securities. Henry 1 Ell...

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 September 1866

3Pt3 N.~. 3C J1 IVOL. III.] WINN!3BOR0j S. WC.,rUR'DAY,sEPTRMBER 15 ,1866. 9 13 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAYy THURB DAY AND SATURDAY, By Gaillard, Pesportes & Co. i Winntboro,' S. C., at $6.00 per an md in advance. TIHE FAIRFIELD HERALD, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORN INo, AT $3.00 PER ANiNUM. IM1T1 UTTY, We frequently hear of a pretty poem, but we hivo one here that is su perlativoly pretty-in faci, in it the pretty is pretty well used up, although there is "protty'little" in it A pretty little maiden Had a pretty little dream, A pretty littlp wedding Was the pretty little theme. A pretty little bachelor To win her-favor tried, And asked her how-she'd like to be His pretty littld bfide. With some f>retty.little blushes; And a pretty little sigh, And some pretty little glances From a pretty little eye; With a pretty l1tle face Behind a pretty fai She umiled on the proposals Of this pretty little man. Some pretty little "loves," . And s.ome pretty little "dears," SQme pretty little...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 15 September 1866

W.NNSBORO. Sidilay:lenihm Neptembher 15, 18616.. T . 1ut, 1 q., iR the S. ' (&~~~ tr.s I.S , formecrlAy of this p:ie, but- now residing in 'harlseo, N. C. is our authorized tigei 6'r the N rws. Mr. SMIT1 1can be found at the Times office.' EIlarial Corresponidellee. CoLtVuA, Septepiber 12. This poinit is not to be in the route of the returning Presidential party. Tlht inlstitution is on its wvay back to the (.iiy Of Magnificent Distances by athder route. 11ml on(,it been hero yesterday after )ooul ,%,U wOUld have thought, aud correCtly, that this city does lie in the r,uth of lawlessness ill so far as the pledge of the military authorities that the civil power should have some , re spect, shown it-after the agreement be tween Gov. Orr and General Sickles. The General is here, and yet in spite of promises and agreemeints the jail of this place was broken .open by Major Walker and a prisoner taken out by inre brute force, by moboeracy. It appears that the prisoner was a citizen 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. — 15 September 1866

,oillootions of the Mtw York State Con Ventlon for Governor aud Lieutenant 'Oovernor-Platfori, etc. ATnANY, Sept. 12.-J. T. Hoffinan, \Deiocrat,) present Mayor of New York City hs been nominated for the Covernor, and R. 11. Prague, of Alba y4V, (Conservative Republican,) for Lnientlntnt G overnor, The platform ndoptcd by the Phila'delphia Conven n n of 14th of August has been en dorsed. The Southern States are do Clared in the Union and entitled to representation in Congress; affirms that centralization of power, both in Washington and New tork State, is fatal to the harmony of our political system, and 'denounceps Congressional !egidation of the Radicals. From Washington. WASHINGTONS, Sept. 12.-8urveying operatious are to be cammenced in Arizona, and the monument erected in 1851 by the Mexican bouidary coinmission at the confluence of the Gila and Salt Rivers, will be the Ini tial point of surveyor. From this point there will be established base and meridian lints. Commissiones Rol...

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 September 1866

GEERAL DIRECTORY, Ja.stlieitary. lI 'stdet Jud,le.-Wm II llolertson. 4'innisioner in iXpaity--israc i t!eans. h.l-* of 4'Urt-SamI i ("lowney. ri'f--E shai W Jo lltlver. '.j,lum-.Lainesa .lohtn.1 T:ix Colleerur--ljbert 1i .Jennings. vi,ronw-tobert. Hlawthorn. Nouny Public --Jas 8 Stewart. J11s E Caldwell. Willian Crosby, Robert lawthorn, Daniel lj Kirkland, Henry Gib son. Oeorge H Millvr, James Aiken, William P Ilroom. William M Martin, Di' William CarliAle, i ii Courts, Dr D Lauder4ale; BOARJS OF O MISSIONERS. coagmaanisioumsars of Roads. li'-ell l.:d4ImIn, John' Lemon, Edward ltobelrt LI Smith, William B Wood. Ir.l. Dr John 1) Palmer, Laban C Chwppell, 11- .1 l aster, Thonias M Lyles, Joln S >h.I't !olert Ford, John W McMeekin, . M lwokhardt, Uen Edward Taylor. ('ouImisionaers of Free Secsools. Tih" .1 II .loneI4. Jacob Bookman, Arthur 4 Cr. William Crosby, James A MoCro. I, i Ellison, Dr J 1t Me.aster, Dr W E 'o tan issiommers to Approve Pub lic Securities. 1inry L-'Eliott, Jan...

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. — 18 September 1866

* *. - * 04 OL III. WINNSBORO, S C.1' TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18.1866. TINE TRWI-WEBRINBWS, 1% PUBLISHED WrEEY TUESDAY, TRURRs DAY AND" 84TIDAY, %V"Gaillard, Desportes & Co. Vt Winnaboro,' S. C., at $6.00 per.an . num, i'n advance. fRE FAIRFIELD RERALD, 3 UBLISHED EVERY WEDNE5D4Y MORN I?fG, AT $3.00 PERsA,NNUDI. RONG6. The Ahadows creep along the deep And np the hilent river, WIile softly through the centrAl.blue Faint rays o starlight qUiver. So fade life's lifht, so fall its night And mantles all in sadness, Till stats of love shine out above -And fill the solil with gladnep. 'Tn homeward niain we slowly gain, With every ow.--stroke's cadence, And leavo a slfdre all pedpl6d o'er With fairy mn anmd alidens. 'Tis thus we glide,o Tine's dark tide, To labor's solemn measure, Doath's shore to finq, and leave behi'nd The flowery isle's of pleasure' The New YorkDaIly News From the subjoined article to the pub. lic it will be seen, we have no doubt with universal'regret, that the 11on. Beh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 18 September 1866

WINNSBORO. Tuesday Morning, September 18, 1866, - T. P. SLIDER, Esq., is the sole agent for -this paper in Charleston S.C. (- Mr. JAs. I. Skir, formerly of this Lplace, but now residing in Charlotte, N C, is our authorized agefit for the NEWs. Mr. Si-frn can be -foind at , the Tind office. Planters Hotel. We call attention to the notica # the re-opening of this house.in Char 'leston. . The News says ; This splen did first claes lotel will be opoed on the 1st of October, by 0, W. and J. B. Denni,, on the European- system. Thv lioue has been thoroughly clean ed, repaired, and refurnished with the best of f.urniture throughout, It con tais ovr one hundred rooms, the most of which are large and airy. Its location is as good as that of -ny oth er house in the city, being situated on the corner of Queen and Church streets, and is but a sh'ort distance from Meeting and Bay streets, which are the most busy streets of the city. It was formerly kept by Gorman & Co., also by GAuble, then M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 18 September 1866

Foreign New--Per table. "LIvaPoo.,-September 12, Eiening.-The %anad steamships Huropa fad Tarffs,sail 'ed ft fQuebeo this afternoon with a regi enO of Hussars.. Ship Twilight, which U(ed'eceutly from this port to New York *Vut back dis tied. MuNIOu, 4ember 12.--The Govenment *of Bavaria has conclnded t4 attempb'sedur "1ng a -lopn of twenty-eight millions, by tineans of a lottery to be drawn here. .LoNDON, September 12, Evening -The WIorning Poet of to-day warmly applauds the -'pnlicy of non-inteivention of the United 'States in the war between Tpain, Chili and Peru, and cordially approves the rnodera (in evinced by the United States respecot Ing Mexico. - - LoNDopI Septemier*18, Noon.-The At. lantio Telegraph Company have called a meeting of stockholders for the' purpose of raising funds to buy up the interest of the Anglo-American Telegraph Company, un dor whose ausfioes the Cable has been com. pieted. SOUTfAXPTON;,. Septetber 18, Noon.-.. The steamship lansa, from Bremen, sailed t...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 18 September 1866

GENERAL DIRECTORY. .Judiciary. District Judge-Wm' R Robertson. Commissioner in Equity-Isaac 11 Means. Clerk of Court-Sami B Clowney. Sheriff-Elisha W Ollever. Ordinary-James Johnston. Tax Collector-Robert B Jennings. Coroner-Robert Hawthorn. Escheator-Jacob Feaster. Notary PLiblic--Jas 9 Stewart. - Magistrates. Jan E'Caldwell. Wilism Crosby, 'Robert Hawthorn, Daniel B Kirkland, lienry Gib. son, George I Miller, James Alken, William P Broom, William M Martin, Dr William Carlisle, 11 H Counts, Dr D Lauderdale. BOARIA OF oodmSSIONERS. Upssusa1ssiohters of Rdads.. Howell Edmunds, John Lemon, Edward M'bly, Robert B Smith, William B Wood ward. Dr John D Palmer, Laban C Chappell, Or J 11 M.Aaster, Thomas Mt Lyles. John 8 Douglass, Robert Ford, John W McMeekin, L MN Bookhardt, Gen Edward 'Taylor. Cosssa11souaCrs 4Ff Free Schools. K Thos J'II Jones. Jacob Bookman, Arthur K Craig, William Crosby, James A MoCro ry, Rt B Ellison, Dr J R MoMaster, Dr W E Aiken. Co nniissionersto Approve Puba lie...

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 September 1866

VL.II.] WINNSBORO, .S. C., TRIURS DAY, SEPTEMBER 20,1866. o TilE THI-WR -EYNHW, 4 . PUBLIBIBD EVERY TUESDAYp THURS DAY AND SATURDAY, Pv Gaillard, Desportes & Co. t Winnsboro,'.S. C., at $6.00 per an num, in advance. IE FAIRFIELD HERALD, A UBLISIED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORN ING,- AT $3.00 PER ANNUM. 7O3T.T. [FOR THIC NEWS.] TWIIlGHT VISIONS. BY PTITI,. Twilight shades are deepening round me; Mu%ing-wrapt in thought-alone Dreamily J watch the moonbeams, Hear the gentle dove's low moan. Fancy throws'44r, mantle o'er- me; Weird-like forms and visions bright Take the place of dusky shadows Change the gloom to matchless white. Fairy scenes and realms%f beauty Rise before me. Limpid streams, Bearing silvery waters onward, Catch the sunlight's golden beams. Soul-like music lingers sweetly 'Mid the fair enchanted bowers. Oders sweet are wafted near me Fragrance breathing from the flowers. Fleecy cloudlets float nbove me; % . Whispering breezes kiis my brow. Rising-now iy foots.e ps'w,'nder, S...

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 September 1866

WENNSBORO. Thursday Noraig September 30, 1866. Or T. P. SLIDEn, Esq., is the sole agent for this paper in Charleston 8. 0. OJ- Mr. JA8. H. SMITi, formerly of this place, but now rqsiding in Charlotte, N. C. is our authorized agent for the Naws. Mr. Sn'u can be found at 'the Meoffice. 8tayLaw Again. -The last intelligence we have ofi this subject represents that" all the measures looking to that end in the House, have been tabled by a large and ive hope decisive vote, ou motion of Mr. Mullins, one of its most ardent snpporters. It is to be hoped that this is signifeant of a quietus to this chimera of Legislation interposition, and thpt it may continue to lay upon the table forever. Now as we pre sume this question nay be re arded as remanded back to individua; parties where it properly belongs, we are sure that it wil be imanaged with the patience 4d forbearance that we believed ve heretofore mark ed tile posi h of creditors, and with the policy and good sense which characterize indi...

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. — 20 September 1866

Foreigo News-Pef Cable. VIENNA, September 18.--We are on the 'Verge of another war -,hich threatens to equal in extent that just, ended. Austria shows bad faith with italy, And 1nake 'unrotsonable demands jhIoh Italy will not submit to. Austria has overcharg. -ed the debt of Venetle, and withholds the 'Venetian property'which she was to have transferred. Bliftm, Sept 14.-Prussia empbatically notifies Austria,that she will not suffer Italy her ally, to be Insulted and defrauded, and if Austria. persists in her present course 'wiar must, follow. PRAUS, September 14.-The homeward -maroh of the Prussian troops has been per emptorily arrested and the demoralization of the army stopped. DRSnnN, September 14.-Everything looks warlike. -There is no reply to the no. tificatlon of Prussia. It is now but a ques tion of bours wlieher troops be not again put. in motion. [AMNDUto, 8fptember 17.-The Schlea wigers have r.esolved to iqcoribrate that Duchy with Prusna. SOUTHAMPTON, September 17.-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. — 20 September 1866

GENERAL DIRECTORY. Judiciary. bistrict Judge-Wm R Robertson. Commissioner in .quity-Isaao H Means Clerk of 10ourt-Saml B Qlowney. Sheriff-Elisha W Ollever. Ordinary-James Johnston. Tax Collector-Robert H1 Jennings. Coroner-Robert Hawthorn. E1soheator-Jacob Feaster. Notary Publo-Jas 8 Stewart. . MYaghtrates. . - Jas -E Caldwell, William Crosby, Roberl Hawthorn, Daniel B Kirkland, Henry Gib. son, George H Miller, James Aiken, William P Broom, William M' Martin, Dr William Carlisle, H H Counts, Dr D Lauderdale. BOARDS OF OMEIOSSONERS. CommissIoners of Roads. Howell Ednunde, John Lemon, Edward Mobly, Robert R Smith, William B Wood ward, Dr John D Palmer, Laban C Chappell, Dr J R MoMaster, Thomas M Lyles. John F Douglass, Robert Ford, John W McMekin, L M Bookhardt, Gen Edward Taylor. Conhmissioners of Free Schools, Thos J 11 Jones. Jacob Bookman, Arthur K Craig, William Crosby, James. A MCro ry, RA Ellison, Dr J R McMaster, Dr W E Aiken. Commisaionersto Abprove P' b. lbi Securities. Henr...

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 September 1866

VOL. 11I.] WiiNSBORO, s. (P, $,kruftD&Y, SEPTEMBER 22,1866. 101 HIE 71IW~EILYNEVS, 1 PUBLIsHED EVERY TUXBDAY THURS DAY AND BATUADAY, 4v billard, Desportes &Co. .a Winnsboro,' S. 0., at $6.00 per an num, in advance. - fiE FAIRFIELD VERALD, 1 UBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOAN ING, AT $3.00 PER ANNUM. :POZTRT. Passage by the House of the Bill Postpon ing he couts of common Pleas Until Spring, TUESDAY, September 18. The agitation of measures for the relief of tle people continued yesterday, but was ao dompanied with more practical result* and less elocutionary display than might have been expected. The Bill before the House 'wais that, Keported by the Senate, to which Mr. Hagood offered the following substitute for all after the enacting clause: A Bill to alter and,fix the time of holding the Courts of Cotnmon Pleas in this State SEo. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and 'louse of Representatives, now met and sit. ting in General Assembly, and by the au. tIhority of the same, That fro...

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 September 1866

WINNSBORO. Saturday Morning, September 21, 1366. - T. P. SR, Esq., is the sole agent for this paper in Charleston S.C. OJ Mr. JAS. H. SMIT, formerly of this place, but now residing In Charlotte, N. 0. Is our authorized agent for.the NEvs. Mr. miT*H .can be found at the 2Yme Oce. "Iliad Words". For the Sunday School Children is the title of a neat little illustrated pe riodlal published monthly,by the Sun day School Board of the Southern Bap tist Convention. It has an attractive Searance, and we know is many times worth the unpretending price-ten cents a year in advance.- Address. C. C. Betting, Corresponding Secretary, Greenville, S. C. Legislature. It would take a London detective to -pursue our Legislature successfully -through all the convolutions of its proceedings on the subject 'of relief. It now appears that the Hotse has reconsidered the questionand reversed its former action by a vote of 55 to 46. It is also believed that the Seiate either has or will confirm this action. W...

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 September 1866

The Markots-Foreign anld omestle. * Now Yoa:, Septothbor. 19.-Gold 145. 'iCottou very strong; sale of 5.000 bales. "Elour drooping. Whoat frm. Pork heavy 'at $88.06. ,1ard quie . Sugar dull- and easy at 10@1.10. Cokee -stdy. LivaRPooL, September 17.-Middling. ip. lands 181d. Broadetuffs firm. Tallow firm. er. Loxoox, Septembet 17.-Consols 80; Five.twenties 721. bNw ORLE.ANS September 19.-Cotton market stiffer, sales 1,000 bales to'day; Low Middling 88@84; Gold 146; lew Yo'k Exchange l@i premium; Bank Sterling 46. MoBILE, September 18.-Cotton sales to day 1200 bales; Middling 82; market firm -apd dhmand good at half cent advance. Porelogn News Per Cable. PARIs, Reptfmber 17 -The Frglioh Cird. l'ar says the recent changes are -favorable. 'rance, Prusgia and Italy are drawn nearer in interest pnd ideas Austria has now no hostile intent. onvention of Roma will be loyalty car ri out. Second elses navids. are assured of the liberty of the Baltio and Me.diteranean. ' The note juistifies th...

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 September 1866

ENE . RAL DIRECTORYs . District Judge-Wn It Robertson. Commissioner in Equity-l~Isaa H Means. Clerk of Court--Saml B Clowney. Shoriff-Elisha W Ollever. Ordinary-James Johnston. Tax Oollector-Robert H Jennings. Coroner-Robert Hawthorn. Eacheator-Jaeob Feaster. . Notary,Pubile-Jas 8 Otewart. .Magistritte. Ja; E Caldwel William Crosby, Robert Hawthorn, Daniel 11 Kirkland, Henry Gib son, George H Miller, James Aiken,.William P Broom, WiNiam M Martin, Dr William Carlisle, H ) Counts Dr D Lauderdale. B0ARM8 OF OMEISSIONERS. Comnaisosers of logids. Howell Edmunds, John Lemon, Edward Mobly, Robert B Smith, William B Wood Ward, Dr John D Palmer, Laban C Chappell, Dr J R M0aster, Thomas M Lyles. John,8 Douglass,.Robert Ford, John W McMeekin, L M Bookhalrdt,.Gen Edward Taylor. ConamlssioneVs of Free Schools. Thos J if Jones, Jacob Bookman, Arthur K Craig, Willian Crosby, James A MoCto. ry, R E Ellison, Dr J It McMaster, Dr W E Allen. CommissionerstoApprove Pub lie Securities. Henry L Elliott, ...

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. — 25 September 1866

. . __V_O_L_%_________________ .I4oYR VOL,. III.l WINNSBORO, S. 0., DESDAY. SEPTEMBER 25. 1866. 1O TH TRi4EBBILYNN8, PUBLISHED. iVERY. TUESDAY THURI DAY AND SATURDAY, VV aillard, Desportes & Co. I i Winnsboro,' S. C., at *6.00 per an. num, in advance. frE FAIRFIELD HERALD, I U9LISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORN ING, AT $3.00 PER ANNUM. mY FATHER. DY HIY 'R. JAOK$ON, Or GEonotA. As die the embers on the hearth, " And o'er the floor the shadows fall, And creeps the chirping cricket forth, And ticks the deat h-watch on the wall, I see a form in yonder chair That grows beneath the waning light There are the wan sad features-there The pallid brow and looks of white. My fathet I when they laid thee down, And heaped the clay upon thy breast, And left thee sleeping all alone Upon the narrow couch of rest, I know not why I could not w6ep The soothing drops refused to roll, And oh I that grief Is wild aad deep Whilh settles tearless on the soul. But when I saw thy vacant ahair, Thy idle hat upon...

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