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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 6 October 1866

. WINNSBORO. Satarday Morning October 6, 1860. Z-T. P'. SIDEcu, Esq., 14the sole ngont for this paper ii Charleston 8. C. ( Mr. JAS.-H. SaITH, formerly of this place, but now residing in Charlotte, N. - C. is our authorized agent for the NEWS. Mr. SMITU can be found at the 7Ymhes office.. Judge '0Aldhoh's Charge to the Grand Juy of Riohlaid. We republish so much of Judge Aldrichs charge to the Grand Jury of Richland District a's relates to the du fy of eylored people, to their true frIds and to vo-rancy. P will ).e :.. .t isf,etion to the colored people of this,4 plaeo to know thy have ant icipat,ed1 le good advice of the Judge in reprd to "standing up for the i'lpr'ovement- ad 'respectalfili ty of their race, and'liri'iging all rio lators of law to jistice." Can a Northern Man-live in the gouth ?? The question and the answer to it, lloth'of which will be found below, de velop the fact' that pur-blind editors r. the North still think it dangerous for a man from the North to take up ...

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. — 6 October 1866

Local Iteimse iTew Advertisements, Mr. James R. Aiken advertises a 'ariety of articles suitable for farnimr kin d planters especially. It will be *een that lie will have on hand, after V ovenber Ist, cor' in quantities to !Uit purchasers, if no less thaii 100 -bjushel. be ncodedf . Mr J. S. Stewart gives notice of --pplication for rendw4l.'of certificate .-f stock &c. Ladd'Br Co. , otify. the publio f a new grpg.. May, their shadow i.ever grow-lesW. Ladd Bros under same head call on -hobtors to "ry" up. May they aN i.e abli.td "do just so." See the corrected notice of Col. T. W. WoodiVard in regard to ginning -vottQl. 1'eliglonls seruiers, ' May bo expected to-morrow as fol M. E. Church, Rev. A. G. Stacy, 11 A M. and 5 P. M. . Episcopal Ch.urch, II A. M. Previerian Chureb, Rev. I)r. Cun 'ingliam, I L A. M.. Winu4boro Prices Current. e 'orrecl(td Ti- 1)eekly by Cathcart ,- Matthewas. 0 WINNSBORO, October 0, 1866. A pples, 11isbel, $2 00 I agging, Gunny, 'O yard, 45gi 47 ". Dudee ...

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. — 6 October 1866

DRT GO1DS~ CHAtLESTON IOUSE, 287 king"t.3 dkos Betow Weiworth E Ve now ope'' ' f3'l'endid1 1. Stock of 4ring - Qad, 1$ng4sh, Frenoh and Amedab, rhih kro of the most dealrdble stylos t0 64i16ts can afford. To planters furniplifug $ e,Freedmen either' for clothing or foir -bartJ -with them, our wholesale rooms offer every induoement. Plantation goods in every war This being a busy season wititheplantor and he not able.w visit,the city, orders- so compapied, w1thAbiti 'ralell( meet with,ptpWlpt attent!4n L. I - N. B. Samples, with rice lits sent, 101 Aby part of the S.ate. unrdid6s s in part.of- ' . 'Whihe 0spburgis, .Stipd Osnaburge,j Blue' Denims. Brow; D.nitah..lIeav.y 1lrown Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown ShirtIngs, Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and Brown Shirtingst4, -1,94, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid blue aqd 6tripped IBlue Homespuns, Bleached and Brown Drills, Black French Broad ol'oths. Hosiery and Gloves, Irish Linen by the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dam ask, all qualities, Calicoe...

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. — 9 October 1866

VOL. III.] WINNSBORO,$. C., 'UEDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1866. 108 TIE TI-VREKLYhEWS PUBLISHED EVERY TUEDAY) TIIURB DAY A.ND 84TUltDAY, -" Dundee " Stale Itope, Mianilla. V tb, " New York or Western, lb, Nlacon, Hams, Ib, " Sides, tb, " Shoulders, f 1b, 'lutter, Country. V lb, *Wotton, Yarns 1W bunch, $2 60 " Ordinary 1b, t Middling, 8 -A!andles. Parafine,,1b, " Spia, lb, *I.- Adamantine, Tb, -4!offee, U., 1b,. 82 45'14aguayra, tb, " 50 Jarava, Ib, ' heeso, Eglish Dairy, lb, 6' Goshen, lb, I Iidea', Dry,- 1b, 1 I ard. lb. NIolaises, Mituscovado, gallon, Sorgham,n1 New Orleans, " $1 26 ' lls. lb, . 8 I(a) i mions, bushel, $1 0 )il, Kernsline, gallon, 1 20 1 Tanners, " 1 70 -4orn, Whife, bushel, 1 70 " Yellow, 1 6j I alt, Liverpool, saek, 4 60 t'ards, Cotton, .doz, 12 00 " Wool " 900 -Stugar, Crushed, ib, o Powdered. lb, " Brovin, lb, .14@ " ExtraC, 'Tea, Extra Gunpowder, lb, $2 00 I Hyson, lb, 1 40a2 00 Black, Ib, -1 2"5a 'Tobaco, Chewing, lb, 8 4peeio, Gold. " Silver, *lour. Country Extra cwt...

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. — 9 October 1866

U Tuesday Morning, October 9, IM. - 'T. P. SLIDXR, Esq.,' in the sole. agent for this paper in Charleston S. C. 0:*- Ar.,JAs. H1. StUTu, .formerly of this place, but now residing in Charlotte, -N. C. is .Qur athorqpd ag4t forAho Nzws., ' Mr.- SMTH can be found at the Time.6ffioe. The Innsylvania Eleotions. To-daythe eAecti6in ,e sylv nfia b gtn, and whle 'thete "Afl he great excitement, if not sometling worse, there, the -whole country will await with solemn pause the result of those elections. They involve 'tre inendous issucs, not only to us of the South, but to the whole of the United States. It is a conflict between radi al and conservative deniocracy. The fo,mer..seems to be in the asedidaney, amd if it prevail, our gloomiest antici pati.o.s, wil,bp reali:eic, we fqr,, An 'Aodident -Open Wells. One day Li-it wek John McClure, Jr., 'whe -ver1 ain unfilished well, lipp :ud f.il erly tc tht bottpm, a dcpith of al.u 1rty .t', and lodg ed upon sonw curig which had been let down in t...

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. — 9 October 1866

Mnnsboto Prices Carrent. Corrected Mi Weekly by Cathcart ?r Xatthew8. . WxNXsoa9, October 9, 1800. -Apples, Bush6l, ' $2 00 ' 4)!gging, Gunny, 'f yard, 45@41 ' Dundee " 8t .fuale tope, Manilla. %4 lb, 28 " New York or Western, l lb, 25 Alfaeon, Hame, Vb, . Sides, Ib, 26 Shoulders, V lb, 22 Ilutter, Country. V lb, 20 I'ottn, Yarns " bunch, $2 60 Ordinary 2b, Middling, .80) -andlefs. ara5ne, Ib, 50 Adamiantine, lb, 85 4offee, l1d, 1b.. 82Q85 4 41'Lagusya, tb, 45 " 60 Jarava, lb, . 60 I heeso, E6glish Dairy, lb, I .' Goshen,lib, - 28 lide, Dry,' lb, 10 (s12 ard. lb. 25 iola.es, Muscovado, gallon, 85 Sorganm, " 60 ' New Orleans, 1 S 25 litions, bushel, $1 Oil, Kerosine, gallon, 1 20 - Tanners, 1 1 70 -4orn, Whife, bushel, 1 70 " Yellow, I riI alt, Liverpool, soak, 4 60 Cards, Cotton, .dor, - 12 00 " Wool " 9 00 .Hugar, Crushed, lb, 23 " Powdered. Ib 28 " BroWn, 1b, 14@18 " Extrac, 18 'rea, Extra Ganpowder, lb, $2 00 " Hysor, ib, 1 40@2 00 " Bl.k, lb. .1 26@1 60 't'obpwco, Chewing, lb, 8...

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. — 9 October 1866

DAT 0oop CHARLESTON HOUSE, STOLL, WE'BB 00.,n kANCR OFT'8 0 Si-iNi, 287 Kag 'Si., 3 dooWs Be ntworth W E have nbw opened a splendid % toq of Spring Qoods, Epglish, Frnoh and Atn6rtost, which aie of the most desirable sty,ls the mar4etq oan afford. To planters furnishing the Freedmen either for clothing or. for barter with th'em, our wholesale rogrs offer eiery, indupement. Plantation goods in, every variety. This being a busy season withithe planter and.he not able to visit the city, orders ao. companie4 with city , rfereno swT nieet with romv tt6ntion. , N. B. Samples, with price lists, sent to any part of tho SLate. Our stock codisists in part of-, Whi,e OsuaburghE. Striped Oiaburge, Blue Denini. Brown D-nims, Ileavy Brown Shirtings, Fibe Sea Island Pr6wn Shirtinge, Bleaohed Shirtings. Bleamlied and Brown Shirtings, 6.4, 1-4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue and Stripped Blue Homespuns. Bleached and Brown Drills, Blaok Fresch Broad cloths, Hosiery a9d Moves, Irish Linen by the piece,. Towels...

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. — 11 October 1866

sWq 4 t t VQ iw log - - -- - ~1E Seal a w4iolhww noin th. 4 4 p na 4 i rci e ring,' n h 4-1040 ng res,Was' jte 4bordomPsuuA.ho tusefhold nby foa.ir')IA -vilaiga. a gun as -t.ey engered, td o4he ning aMrtmnen. nl fen. as the I Wa, W1# ~ ~*p* ie I -M to -h '4 q. MAN* boti 'ae' it All 4" mm m mam= 'r= == Im,-.mam.= mo >1 * | nun unaurum n =ly= IH-en nob fr e fa Which "doption am.bdti. the WbPWw 1V duo 4o our 1 , oreAhw:tbedpot of , -Aftaq *idd~4 -6rk- sh k*lf I tbo, rhdW o 6 leOa wiei timeIhr Masttee id bagWi so r d m:- iN Y. ork- n Wpt y~ thebr 664op a cmtid : - .tuyv~ruae&. oer li1.OJik,l g iu 3 .inoe an r Nri. 4 t Ulm ot an ere t *166 .le e a ena h4 wi~te tis~a re*4y resnth~e, ov.hr ;%w Wh A4MOIyrii *i% halt" Ah h a thn. n f ug 100 k 46.S Otq h e I w db A* i oll re vr e e A&ome un 9,00 es certain, ci6 Congjuently, the afotesaid Ws h4ve#been niodi. Id in-savotsu t"m prWtuars, to which the't e t assesrs and collecotrs i d The aoint meate of *e441t cotton wil be made undOT t...

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. — 11 October 1866

Thuraday Normig, October 11, 1866. gg- T. P. S1.DhR, E4., is the iole agont for this paper in Charleston - S C. t- Mr. JA&. 11. Smi, formerly of this place, but now residing iii Charlotte, N. C. is dur authorized. agent for the NEws. * Mr. SMITH tau be found at the Imeoe6. The doutitutional Amendment. This amendment to the Constitution whi6h we have published, and which irs adol:tid by Congresf, seems now tc, be the prominent issue before th Counjtry. it Is so sweeping in its pro 0'i 1our !4b1est, best and most L)rAminert ma id the Suuth, that it appe. n imp-)ssilility to ex po hi lIate Cunfedera 1(I be cmplished if we < - ?u' wt seoute re P ty so 4oing, I Just rest upoa uU. to await future developi.iau.. if all the Northern, States, and enough of the boider States ratify it, to make it a part of the Constitution, we can only submit. But it does not appear that anything but evil will arise to South Carolina if it becomes a part of the supreme law of the laud, and therefore it...

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. — 11 October 1866

Fre Ala Abouit half-past~ oe yesterday an ..larm of fire arose, but the fire itself was 'of little consequonce, fortu.tely. A. vbineu in the large brick 'r-eiwde of a4i. 4Mate'', Esq., caught fire and communicated the blase to the roof, but was soon put out* Now Advertisem u U; BA(es',Niara. alr--M SBdles stands high a og"thin mia. of the day, Ap* 0ialt 4 t4 gallrTi 'thaerasto ill ~J wdreV4ihg tUbSt kfastidiouidaii@ in the Pine Arts. ad UeN W. -have tsteled a lUteheortmen't of 1randies, Whiskies, Wines, &O.aV will b aeon in another coluttn. Cmmissionet's Sate Santa Claus Head-Quarters may be found at Mr. Von Santen's Br;ear, a 1A0peA* f0jWahi* 9iee. On _commission Ladd Bros & Co. Thil uia a ate ansortmeiotready Imade clot*4. NEt sive f olol4 ilt. 'at wholesale and retall-.-B. W. MoTui cotti, Superintendant. This Woue has paAished. ovor 25 .,ars 0ll ';outhern mn. Captain B. W. Mo Tureous wIll b gla# to see hia friends. His goods cat be dependd on as being-vw ll made %kd .ehe ...

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. — 11 October 1866

FOR PALATKA, Fernandina, Jacksonville, an3 all the landings on the St. $ohft' River. THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP "4I. 1000* TONS 'BURDEN, CAPTAIN LOUIS N. COXETTER, W iLL SAIL FROM ADGER'S WIAIF FOR TilE ABOVE NAM1ED'PLACES every Saturday, at 3 o'clock, P. M., until further orders. For Freight or Passage apply-on board, or to the Ofice of the Agency, No. 17 Vaa derhorst;s Wharf. , . J. D. AIKEN & CO., Agents. sept 29-tf PLANTERS' hOTEL, VORN1.1t tW.WN aa1 CIII'-11l ,T11ER?9, C. W. & J. 0. 1 .-. pfetors. TH18 Splendid I k... whi he ened on the lst of Octoiker, on the 1eropeanl system. It has been rem.,dellod and refur nished throughout. This flotel contains ever one hundred rooms, which will be re served chiefly for the use of travellers and transient guests. Competent assistants have been secured in every department, and every attention will be paid to ensure com. fort to their customers. The sleeping rooms are airy and clean. The resturant, will be supplied with the best fare th...

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 October 1866

Pbt Nrw0z VOL. 111.] WINNSBORO, S. Ca, SAIPURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1866. 110 14 PUBLIUHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURB DAY AND 5ATURDAY . H Ga2ard, Desportes& co I a Winnsboro,' S. C., at $6.00 per an. num, in advance. fHE FAIRIELD HERALD, I UBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORN ING, A $a.00 PER ANNUM. Oharge of Judge Alduioh, GENTLEMEN OF. THC JURY.-I ad. onish you to bear in mind the circum .4tances by which- you are surrouned. 1 call upon you to recollect that the law f South Carolina is now what it always has been. namely, that the negro shall bM prot+cted from violence offered against 'is person. Ib has been a law o. our ';ate for many.years, that if a negro is asaulted, the porty committing the as ault be punished; and if the life of a iegro he taken with malice aforethought, Ilie law has always regarded that act as iiurder. It i4 therefore no naw thing that n man should he indicted for the killing fanegro. While informing you that auch aUs th ways been the law of South Carolina, '. admonish y...

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 October 1866

WINNSBORO. Saturday Morning, October 13, 1866. g T. P. SLIDRn, Esq., is the solo agent for. this p'aper in Charleston S. C. 0:f Mr. JAS. 11. SMITH, formerly of this place, but now residing in Charlotte, N. C. is our authorized agent for the NEWS. Mr. SirI can be found at the Times office. Judge Aldrioh's Charge. This charge to the Jury in the case of the State vs. Starling and Pope will be found in our columns to-day. It will not abate the reader'srespect one iota for the dignity and impartiality of the Judiciary of South Carolina. Our State has stood always second to no! n in the-purity and freedom from partisan ship of the Bench. Judge Aldrich's charge is pecul iarly free from all mere feeling when we consider that hc met with strange treatment, to say the least of it, in Charleston last Spring by the military anthorities, and was one of the few members of the Conven tion which met last year, who seemed to be extremely radical in Southern sentiment. We believe no Northern Judge pl...

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 October 1866

ThAt Hat,. To the firm of nessrs. 0athe.rt & Matthews this oica iaun lo.: geat ob. Jigations for a new hat, , .l1nok hat, i f6ne hat. But the Lpocial thanks of the Associate Rditor are due and are heartily givon for said W9t, as It fell to his lot to claim said shelter for the oranial depiartment. May prosperity and unbounded sue. jens attend and keep on attending the liberal firm of Cathoart & Matthews. The 'air. On the 17th-be it remembered, be. gins the Ladies' Fair fon raising funds -o repair the Presbyterian Church. -Great preparations are going on to make it a success, and we doubt not the feast for the 'eye as well as the taste will be rich in the extreme. Winnsboro Prices Current. Corrected Ti. Weekly by CalAcart t ifatthew#. WINX8snoO, October 11, 1806. Apples, Bushel, $2 0') - Ilagging, Gunny, yard, 46@47 " undee '. , 86 iale Rope, Atanilla. . lb, 28 " Now York or Western, V 1b, 26 Janon, Hams, lb, Sides, lb, 25 Shoulders,-%9 lb, 22 BIutter, Couitry. V lb, 26 t'oti...

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 October 1866

SA =-JLS READ QUARTER , RIs 211,511oUM ON FANCY 60ODS, TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES FRENC CONFECTIONARY, AND AT 290 KING STREET, (Three doors below Wentgorth.) .C1-ARLESTON, S, C, VON SANTEN'S BAZAAR, '8TABLI8IIED in the year 1851. in this ?I city, hats opened, for the inspection of the pUblio, the most Spkndid Assortment of Toys Dolls, Oames, China Toilet Guodi, beautiful Mantlepiece Ornaments, Laithos' Work.Boxes, Jewel Cases, &o., Fi -nch Con. fee ionary, Fireworks, &c., suitable for Presents for the coming Holidays, tich as are not to be found in any other em laiish. ment in the South. and to which the pro prietor respectiully solicits attention. Accordeous, Harmonicas, Port emonnaies, Bags, Beads, Combs, Brushes, P"orfunery, Pipes and Tobacco, Kcr-:en-. Oi! and Lamps in the Greatest Variety, &c. A liberal discount will be made on all goods sold to dea.ers, and TOYS AND FIREWORKS can be purchased in $5, $10, $20, $60 and $100 lots, put up to suit the country trade. All package...

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. — 16 October 1866

RWWJ M9G2'VMM 1-VW'61WM5MM VOL. 11I.) WINNSBORO, S. C., T~UES. DAY, OCTOBER 16,'1866.11 14 FiuAW1P YVNRY T4U4bAT, TIUiRe DAY AND BATUVtA, - iW ,Despor tt~, Oo. , nWiunaboro,' S. C.,at $6.00- per an nilm, in advance. HE FAIRFIELD ERALD, I USLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORN 14G, AT $00 PER ANNUM. ISWORV OF BOBRT LEE. Tlie following pootn, by 'Mojna,"'(Rev. .' brau Ityan,) u,ior of "'1', Conqdbred =I a .nr,"-will be readlwith pleasure by the at Itlree 6f the latter weet lines: ord I fro 'its scabbaird, pure antd bright. illshed file sword of Leo! ,i' in tie front orthe deadty 1ght, I igh o'i+ the bravo. In tite enuse of right,. 1 0s stainiess. sheen, like a beacon light, Led lim t ron"V 16at Ilow, 1 50 BaW Iverpool, sako 4 r0 each. C Cottqn, dos, is 00 ed, Gra Wool 44 0 00 spict Crushed, lb, 24 Currsol 1Nwd.di b ' 'l' 28 Starch, Brown, Ib, 14018 Water Extra C, 18 Itra Qunpowder 1, $2 00 oot e son, lb. 1 00@2 00 k. Ib . 1 20 100 Chewing, lb 8@1 60 Gold. 40 Si*'82 F01 lountrfextra oft, .1qMqj...

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. — 16 October 1866

Ti idalI!ritil, Gt6ber 16 'J6 T P.SLUMI, ECsq., 'ia the solt igel, for this paper in Charleston Mr.- JAs:. H. S4ITI, formerly of this, pl zee,. but now residing in Charlqtte, N. U.. is our authorized agent for the NEws., Mr.- SIrIT oan. b found at the Times office.-. T - Out readers- will' plvase look over tl, barofiess of our Zditor0il col. u n IMhi mo'ning. Olur Editor,. Mr. IK: aY .\.. dMIL,ARD bilg absent. fro* tow' a Id his Associate, Mr. D. 1R. Mo. 0 E1't i We ar piiiied to say is idis p "d, 81ii so, thit he is Iable to, at trnd obietiness. JtTI EF,-Ari)icH O.N THE ORDI.R OF GEN. -SICKLeS.-Hlis honor recently held court at Yorkville .in thn place o'f Judge Dawkins who isill. In his ad dress to the grand jury, which w! find in the Eauirer, he remarked that: "It was his privilege to stata to them that an order had been recently is sued by'the, CommandaRt:of the State, restoring to th,e' jurisdiction of the State, all matters coming under the the cognizance of her otirts, with on...

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. — 16 October 1866

Wfamebe.A - Corrected rop--4IMAaIk ty-ath r4 atet. Wrxase Qtebe. 11806. Apples, . a1. lgo,8 ilaggingr Gunny, .f yard, 45@47 " Dundee -" ed is ale Rope, Manilla, 1 b,' 28 " Now York or Western, 9 1b, 25 Jiacon, Hame, V lb, -6 Sides, V b, 25 " Shoulders.,V lb, 22 ituttor, Country. V lb, 26 Cot,ton, Yarn's V bunoh, 50 Orlinary lb, 20 " Middliug- 8 4!aqdles. ?ar Id W'-6 50 A ;W11itino,84 1ofe., Rio, t2(86 4*-L5 aau a, - . 46 0 Java, 'b b 50 'hese, Engli , b-. " 'ohal 1 28 liides,"Dry, 16, 10#12 i ard, -lb, 26 Molasses, M11#ovado, galid1l, 86 4 Sorghum, " 00 " New Orleanst " $1 26 Na;lo, lb, 8j @9 i Onions, bushel, $1 00 III, Kerosino, gnllon, 1 20 . Tanners, '- 1 70 I'Drn, Whit'e, 6uhel, 1 o " Yellow, 1 60 Calt, Liverpool, saok, 4 60 Vnrds, Cotton, dos, 12 00 " Wool " 0 00 Fugar, Crushed, lb, 20 "' 1'6wdbt4d' b,- 28 B Brown, lb, 14@18 "., Extrac, 18 Tea, ExIt-a unpowder, b, $2 00 " If.son, lb, 1 00@2 00 "- Black, 1b1h 1 20@1 00 Tobacco, Chewing, lb# 8801 50 hpe-iie, Gold. 40 " i ,.lver'...

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. — 16 October 1866

EAD QUARTERS, I NMPonlM 01 ISNCt NI,TU.?, DOLLS, OAUD FRENCH 0ONFECTIONARY,. . ANDW AT 290 KING ST*#Ti (Three doors below Weutworth.) CHARLESTON, S, 0, VON SANTEN'S BAZAAR, r3TABLISHED in the year 1851, in this 3 ,pity, has.opaned, for the inspection of the blio, the most Sple'ndid Assortnient of Toys, Dolls, Games, China Toilet Goods, beautiful MandIepiect Ornfmients, Ladies' Work.Boxes. Jewel Cases, &c., French Con. fco.ionary, F r9workn, &. suitable .for Presents for SoovAog'Hloldags, such as are not to 6 ftotund in any other eatablish. Mont in the South. and to which the pro. prietor respectfully solicits nttentiotk. Accordeons, Harmonicas, Portenonnales, 1*gb,-BM4s, Coibbs,' Brushes, Perflikmery, Pipes ad Tobace, Keroseno Oil and L amps In sleGreatost Variety, &c. A liberal discount. will lie mado en all goods sold to dea.ers, and TOYW ANP FIREWORs can be purchased in $5, $10, $20, S0 and $10 lotw, put up to suit the country trade. All padkages ara put up with care....

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 October 1866

r- 3F. I( ' V. 0 VOL. III.) WINNSBORLO, S&C-0, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18;, 1866. ~*112 ULIDIHiED EVERY TUWDAY, TILRs DAY AND BATUEbAY, v Gaillard, Desportes & Co. a Winnsboro,' S. 0., at $6.00 pdr an nut, in advance. tR FAIRFIELD JEtALD, I UBDlliH RD EERY WED1E4DAY MORN iNp, r%T $3.00 PER ANNUR. She ho UITED, - 8he'who sleers upon my heart, Wag the Arst to win it.; She who dream upon my breast, Ever reigde wfthn it; She who kisses oft my lips, Wakes the wamest blessing; She who restq within my arms, Feels their closest pressing. O her days than these shal come. Days that may be dreary ; Other hours shall groot us yet, Hours.t0yat may be weY. -Still that heart,shall be thy home, Still that brei thy head shall pillow, Still those lips 11 meet thine as oft, As billow mee= billow. Sleep, then, on my happy heart, Since.thy love hath won it; bream, then, on 'ny loyal breast None but tho& hast done it; And when age or bloom shall change, ,With its wintry weather, hiny we, in the f s...

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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