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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 29 June 1865

WM K I J WNN~~~BOIi CPl.TIIU ~DAY MORNING, 3TUNE 29, 1865..rTH1' r T TRI EEELY NEWS: BY.. k.JITTON. 1R NE*9 Is pilhbed red and Saturday, at ONE r, mnt h, In advance. Single *dtirtl nentsa nserted at ONE DOLLAR 'W2 of eIght ina of less, fhr the first, a ~ NTY IVlE cents fur each ubso. 9 i nsertion, Invariably in advance. - Pesondonee f Ifh N. Y. HOrald.j 8outh'Carolina. * 9UAyreroNI, 0, June 17, 1865. - THE CHURCHES. The chuihes have been turnid over to their former pastors and congrega tions- The venerable Dr. John Bach. ian,- of the German Lutherai church, vill deli vr his first disceurse inder the n4w auspices next Sun ay, and great etiriosity is .manifested to hear him. ThA. Rev. W, B.' Yates-or Father tep, as he is familialy .termed--the se men's capoain, ho had taken the oath,-will.preach from. thd Meck of the -Mirine'~ hapel ni Snndky, ,apd take acpileekion foi the bene & of thh. dig. t ed filiei 'of seametin who- have .dld Iuring 49 .ar, apd also .for the nefit of fl: cho...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 29 June 1865

THURSDAY MORNING NE 29, A fine mess of Irish potatoes and cu cunbers came to hand Tuesday from our highly esteemed lady friend, Mrs. Dr. JNo. R, CooK, for which she will please accep' our hearty thanks. See austion advertisement of Messrs. ELLIOTT & Co. in to-days paper, of sales to-day. Also, a notice of the arrival of fresh goods by the same firm. e wil1 publish, on Tuepday morn ing next, the remarks of thd Hon. W. W. Bovoe, delivered in the Couri House in Winnsboro on Wednesday, June 21st, before the public meeting held on that day. Thoso wishing extra opies of the paper containing tl speech, had best order them before pub lication. All orders left at our office foi the paper promptly attended to. The Gbvernorship. In our last issue we published a pam graph taken from the -Raleigh Progrest -wbich said that the Hon. LrewS E, PAusoNs had beqm appointed Provis. ional Governor for South Carolina, and in an editorial on the subject we ex. pressed the opinion that the Pog-rea had m...

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. — 1 July 1865

THE TR IW EEKIYNEWS, VOLUME 1.].- WINNSBOROS. C., SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1865. [NUMBER 46. 'THE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS BY J. E. BRITTON. TH. TRI-WEEKLY NEWS is publishe on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at ONI DOLLAR pr month, in advance. Sing copies Ti a UsT. Advertieements inserted at ONE DOLLAI per square, of eighte lines or less. for the first and SEVENTY-FIVE cents for each subse quent Insertion, invariably in advance. Regume of the News. It has been ascertained that whih General InoDEN was in chargo of pris ona South, he issued an order to the of fect'.that if any prisoner or prisoners a war, confined in anyof the military pris ons in the States of Georgia, Alabama or Mississippi, shall engage in any meet ink, or attempt by force to escape, th< guard shall instantly fire upon the muti neers, and, if necessary, upon tlio.wholh body of prisoners, until perfect order ii restored, and every prisoner found witt arms in his hands at the time of anm meeting or possible attempt to esc...

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. — 1 July 1865

8ATURDAY_'MORNI%, UL We will publish, -o Tuesd : A ing next, the remarks od'the Hon. W. W. Boros, delivered in the Court House in Winnsboro on Wednesday, June 21st, before the public meeting held on that day. Those wishing extra copies of the paper containing the -speech, had best order them before pub. lication. All orders left at our office for the paper promptly attended to. The price of a single copy of the Tt. WEEKLi NEWS is ten cents. We are forced to this charge from the sipple fast that when we purchase the necessa ries of life we are compelled to pay- two prices for them, and hence we have to charge in the same spirit for our labor. It will be found that we give a very large amount of reading matter, and the work we put in our paper, makes it well worth the small pittance asked for it per single copy. For one month we will send the paper for One Dollar, and for one copy our charge is ten ceits, either in coin or greenbacks. We received, yesterday, from No. 4 Bank Range, (Me...

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. — 4 July 1865

- * - -,1Q R- E E ' s 9T THE T iwCELTNtS -VO ME I.J WINNSBORO, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, 3IILY 4, .1805. N4 THE TRWEEKLY NEW Y J. E. BRITTON. I-I. i . -% :2 THE TIti-WEEKLY liEWS Is poblishee o' uesday, Thursday sad Sajurday, at ONI IDOLLARIt r. - onthin- adaVance. Sluigl coplesT it ,suae. Advertioements inserted at t)NE DOLLAI per aquare. of eight lines or Iate. for the first and "5VENTY FE cents for each subse quent Inserton, Invariably In advance Remum ofthe Aew. The Washington correspondent. o ihe New York Herald says that th< 13outh Carilina delegation are to hav< another interview with the President to morrow, June 4th, "when they' wil urge the views of the secesh loyalists o that State in regard to reconstruction They are 'not likely to have much in luend'em ishapig the course of thing4 iR that State, their rebel reoord being o so ultra a eharater as to destroyinp any- claim to con fdence or -regard eithe' for their sinicerily or honesty of p~rpose After the departure of ...

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. — 4 July 1865

TU'ESDAY MORNING ULY . The price of an copy of le Tms. WEEKLY NEws is ten cents. We are forced to this charge from the simple fact that when we purchase the necessa ries of ifea we are compelled to pay two prices for them, and hetice we have to, chargo in the same spirit for our labor. It wil be found that we give a very large amount of reading mitter, and the work ,we put in our paper, makes it well worth the small pittance asked for it per single copy. For. one month we will send the paper for One Dollar, and for one copy our charge is ten cents, either in coin or grepnbacks. To Sheriff OpLvZR are we indebted for late Columbia papers. Mr.i HENRY MEETZE and ALEX. PHILLIPS, have placed us under obliga. tions for late Columbia papers. Mr. P. A. AvEILiE has opened a family grocery under the Winnsboro' Hotel, where can found the substantials .nd necessaries of life. -Our friend, M. L. BnowN, Esq,, will 41lways be found at AvCIuiE's, where he will dispose of all that is required in his ...

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. — 6 July 1865

~Tb~M iWINNSB46RO, S.BT'IUIA ORI lTo C. TLRS)Y ""U" 185 rNTIMREL 4U. 7rlE TRI-WEELY NEWS BY J. l. BRITTON. 'fHB TRI-WSEKXLY NEWS is publisbce ton Tueedy, Thusay and Saturday, at'ON DOLLAR mnki, in advantA. $Ingo 'Averdiemente ilerted at.0NE DOLLAI per equare. of eigt lines or les. fr the rAt and SEVENTYF1VU cents for each mbae. quebt Insertion, fnverlably in advance Resume of the NeWs. 'Tie steamship Oarolina, from Sa vannah on the 22nd inst., has arrived a, New York. The New -York era& says that the "work of repairmg the Georgia railroads running out of Savan nah is being rapidly prosecuted. Boti the Atlantic and Gulf-a'nd the Georgia Central roqds have been given up to the pharge of the respective companies b; the military authorities, and in a shor time both will be in running .orde thraighout their entire lengths. 'Train are now rninang one huidred and fift; miles out froni Savannah on the Atlan tio and Gulfroada." '.Mr. Liuc&N's age was 56; Presi dent JOHNSoNq is 57 ; J...

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 July 1865

TfIURSDAf MORLNG 8, ,1Q901 Mr. P. A. AvuLH will accept our thanksfor lAte otew Yolk Herad. * Mr. 'DAtr Jovuz,' of the Southern rpros Cornp4 has placed us under. obligapons ftor any fatoks in the news paper line. Messs. xMAnT & Wpvst*. have ciiieinced business next to' the Post Office by opening a stock of goods, etc., for the attention of the gentlemen and. ladies of our town and vicinity. Thosewho may give -this new 'store their patronage, will -not be, allowed to. WAer by any inattention, but..will be fwaited upon with 8mart-nees -by its ,proprietois. Success to the enterprise. For the past two or three days the at mosphere has been warm-almost to suffocation. Rain is very much needed to give a cool breath of air, and to in vigorate our parchinggardens. In fact, it so hot that we are completely'inca pacitated from attending properly to our business. Our readers, will, therefore, excuse the small amount of editorial mat. tqin to day's paper. The New York Commi-cial says that 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. — 8 July 1865

T E T i-W ETKLYNE LUME I.] WINNSBORO, S. C. SATURIDAY MORNING-. jTLY ,-TAE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS: nY 5. E. BRTrON. TIHE TRI-WEEKfY NEWS is published on'1uesday, Thursday and Saturday, at ON: DOLLAR por montb, in. advanGe. Single copies Tsa (CaNrT. .Advertienut Inserted qt.O lIXDOLLAR pr squeae, of -eight 10"ys forthle t, and EVENTY.FiV 6561s: for. cach subse= -quent insertihn, invariably in'advance. Resumq of the laews. -The Newbern, (N. 0.) 'limes says "we were informed by agentleman from Morehead City, that a very serious affair occurred at the railroad wharf there, in which a darkey belonging to a colored regimenit was instantly killed by a pis tol shot from the hand of the %tion Quartermaster. A dificulty go p among them, when darke'y tool; ratr more liberty than an Anglo-Sax:on, par ticularly official pbsition ligto submit to, and so The Capti shoL him and kicked him -6verboarv. .Ano her riot has taken place at Washington. It occurred between the troops of the 'ITwent.y.first -New Yo...

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 July 1865

WINNSBOR. 4aturday Morning, July 8 11W DURBEC& WALT 14-Auetion,an4 Commission Merchants, Columbia, 8. 0., -aretho authorized agents at that place, in -collecting-subsoriptions atnd advertisements for tWe NBws. They will receipt for al monie due this office. A private telegram which has just been received here by a citizen of oar town, from Charlotte, N. C., says that the Hon. B. F, PERRY has been appoitit. ed Provisional dovernor of South Caro. lina by 1resident JollNBON. Iti another column will be found an article, written from Washington, that will be interestinig to South Carolinians. - We desire simply to call Uttention. to the article in question, without any ex. pression of opinion whs.tever in regard to it We learn that auring the negro bar. - becue in Columbia, one of the colored chaps was shof through the eye, and is not expected to live. He was3 shot by one of his own color. By a gentleman from Cokimbia we hav-been informed that business is very brisk in that city-that...

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 July 1865

- - --T - O I ALA&- -.s-4 .4L. Ire 0i0 1-___ ~tieh 2~~~4 n ~nub'r 41p:Ln t0sho Al f~a~4so~ouuu4 nt'~ fa bat, lad 4n :i~ 4he p"roe pdf .twour 'I~~watibd tr h~a1.a~on ots,"" for te 11gonUr, torAor.~Idq'f the bild. jnfpeO, P.eon Poneo ad'i iw hrev 4YAV4, to h beti angtpd wns tx4'gtA%4u t* o w& ofut oni o i i slw fIt n tn u?44Lhr,,,t,,P4Wni..; eLaroge ~~intI ~ ~ Rn aennotgi~it dure t'ay *.rd i 'obie .'~as Hoose . bnf 'y4 u hi d o w sOpn bf~ gbiti 0s ,ad iviito a i is,- its Aie .. tola - reined Oc s it A)d y t. .li~tvs~, this, -0 T q 1 w ~ io tho $it pe ofth fiuvn ingSlt lovei for the ol pinon.tha. Wovek'uP tb*6. ooioi as, it i tti sM io wheat grssalit o k *A P,4 ff* T 4 '(then, dd) tiOnLfOhs~idv4 filptbe'9'T 4 Me 1,V 1 MIA4., bot open.4 aw a 6 oficen th city o1 JoUN. MITCAhU. hs been' carried fA PIottreqs x~enroe, - M4 isv donflned u 11he Peteashnig kws,waasuppressed dh* &nturdxy the 24 tlh -by it 'order. &to the iiikaf, authdties. Ween u'urreadW.d, iniouding over 11M00 ...

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 July 1865

Tuedday Xornngd4 1 ad DURBEC h W , Auchla an Commission Merohants, Columbia, 8. -0., are the authorized agents at that place, In colleoting ahAsqiptions and advertisemente for (he News. They will receipt for all monies due, thie-offie. . Mr. HENnY SCOTT, of Columbia, S. C., has plabed us undor obligations to him for late-New York and Richmond papers. He . will pleao accept our thanks for his favors. Under the combination of some of our cilizens and the military autl orities, the public ,woll, in front of the market, has been put in repair, and affc rds a good supply of wnter. Those wio took an interest in the matter deserve the 6alnks of the citizens living in the ineighborhood of tho' well, for they can now procure good water. A refreshing shower ot rain fell on Monday morning lat, which cooled the htmo.,piere and caused vegetation to ap pear reanimated. It was the first rain -we had for three or four weeks, and was very acceptable to mankind and brute and vegetable creation. Gov. ...

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 July 1865

.l r t , .y FI 7 7 - 7 7 VQ~EL .'.WINNq8BORO, S. 0.,j THURSZ,,'DAY MORNIJSG, JULY 18 85.FmTM1UR I THE TRI-WEEELY IEWB: Tilt TRI-WIBELY NMW9 in pbilisbed 'en ueday#Thuraday and Saturday, at ON OLLAR oe month, In advaiho. Single Advertli mene Inseritd at ONE DOLLAR tpr slwnre ot eight linei or'les. for the first, and YViVI cents for each subse. *quehr rtin, invariably in advahoo. $0 DURBEC & WALTER Anotion and (Commisslon Merchants, Columbia, 8. 0., are the authoriad agents at that place, in isol4ipotagabsorlstions and advertis~ments er. the Nwys. They. will receipt for all mult thiseoffoe.r l . ResUme of the News; 'The New York Berald, of 'July 4, asys that an "order has been issqed forM the War Department for a still further reduction of the military force of the -oontry. -By this oraer the command. .era of all departments and armies, ex -cpting the Departnent of the Gulf, Army of the Tennessee, Provisional -Orps of the Army of the Potomac, the First army c9tps and the command i...

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 July 1865

Thursday Nornin 48 .The family of the father of the editor of this paper lias been deeply afflicted within the -pest two weeks. Sad thopghts crow.d upqn. our nkqtp9ry. A sweet sister, just'blqomiqg into woman. hoodi has been ruthlessly snatched away by the haud of death. An aged and honored grandmother has gone to. her long home. Deeply are we afflicted. Deafh, not satisfied with his ravages in our immediate family, hap, too, within the week, taken to his embrace a kind and devoted sister-in-law. Truly has the grim monster made %ad work ineour fauiies, stripping them of their :nost loved ornamentw. They have gone. May the engels of Heaven have wafted their spirits to the - JUDGE of all hearts, and Hr, in His MEacY, given them a place upon. is right hand, there for ever to be at rest, and to enjoy the con soling thought that their life upon this earth was well spent. With this morning we commence the run of special messengers to the Cataw ba river and back, .on the C. & S. C. rai...

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 July 1865

**------ -. -...- ~-- ..... ----- ~ * vIHYETIE LY 11 _ W -VOLUME C'.WN~BIO . Cj., SATURDAY .MORNING, JUY1, 85 NUMBER 52. THETRI-WEEKLY NEWE BY J. E. BRITTON. TH9 TRW-WEEKLY NEWS is publihe ouTuesday, Thursday and Saturday, t ONI DQLLAR r month, in advance. Singi copies Tae fr.-NT*. Advertikements inserted at ONE DOLLA) per square. of eight lines or less, for ohe firs and NEVENTY-FIVE cents for 'each subsi queot insertin, invariably in advance. . W DURBEC & WALTER, Auction an C6mwissiont Merchants, C61umbia, 8. C are the authorised agents at that place, i . collecting subsoriptions and advertisement for the Naws. They will receipt for a monles due this office. Resume of the News. Among those mentioned as being pai doned by the President 'of the Unite -States for the sin of rebelling agnins the. authority of the same, we notide tli 'names of WM. GREGG, JAMES J GREGG and WM. GRoo, Sr., of Sout Carolina. 't is slated that among th petitions filed with President J011NSo for pardon ar...

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 July 1865

*ith this morning w'e commence the run of special messengers to the Cataw ba river and back, on the C. & S. C. raitroad, tri-weekly,, by which 'we dre eniabl.ed te furnish our paper to those de siring it,-on the day of its publication in Winnsboro. Those of our friends living north of Winnsboro, who. may desire the paper sent them, will please send in their or. ders. Ve cart, by the arrangement we have entered into, deliver our paper punctually to those who may order iA. We are indebted to Mr. ROBERT WaIT, for the use of the Charleston coburier of the 7th inst.. Col Jos. AiKEuN will please accept our thanks *for copies of the Charleston Courier of-the 6th and 12th inst. . Notice the good things advertised in to-days papet by Mr. 'L. W. DUVALL, at No. 3, Bank Range. Housekeepers would do well to httend1. See advertisement of Mr. I. WIrrTE, of a new arrival of fresh 'goods, &c., for sale at tfie store of Mr. D. B. Mc. -.OBETGHT SLo I the Poor" Freedmen. A Macon exchange says :...

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 July 1865

- .64.aga f e* -n 1;. X. -" I - " t., F vj45w VO -1 IWINNSBOiUO, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, .JULY 18. TIE TIUEC NVl Is pablisted ln ' Tu 41. U t*i en' y, TPhurdray altd Sauday, tt ONE D4L .r wMdath, in advanr~e. 'Single .A4v WemCnVa lna rted at ONE DOLLAR pe' of h nee or less, for the Brit, na TY dente for each subte. quenst inertion, invariably In advance. DURBEC W WALTER, Auction afid 0Oonmtsson Mehants, Colutmbia, S. C., are the 'aithorised agents at that place, in .collecting subboriptions and advertisements .or the Nuwa. They #wll receipt for all auonles due this office. Resunte of the News. Quite a refreshing rain foll in our town and vicinity on Sunday last. It was iluch neoded by our planting corn muniity. .:The Columbia Phwnix of the 1 5th -ingt, in its "Price Current" says that corn dimands $1 per bushol, Flour $6 a48 per birei, Mola.sses 50c. a,$1 per flon, an4 Sugar, brown, 2e5. a 35c; white, 40o., a 50c. per pound.. All these artiej'tv our tovn are' a great deal h~g hy,' w...

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. — 18 July 1865

. Teasay Morning, t , Itt consquence of the numerous in 1 uiries'daily iade as t.o the price of gold 1n Confederate money during certain pe. 9iods of the ar 'e hae, forthe don venienee of oni roadeti given place to the following table said to be compiled fron the books of one. of the most relia. ble and prominent city brokers of Rich. mond: 1862.-,May, 1.50 for 1 ; June, 1.60 for I; July, 1.50 for 1; August, 1.50 for 1 December, 3 for 1. 8f3.--Jaimary, 3 for 1; February, 4for 1;- March. 5 for 1; - A pril, 6.60 to 0, for 1; MViy, 5.50 to 6 for 1; June, 7-o 8 for 1; July, 9 for 1; August, 12 a V4 for 1; Soptember, 12 to 13 for 1; October. 14 for-1; November, 15 to 17 fot1; December, 18 to 20 for 1. 1864.-January, 20 to 20J for 1; February, 221 to 25 for 1; March, 23 to 24} fOr 1; April, 22 to 23 for 1; May, 18 to 2r .for: 1;- June 17 to 19 for 1; Ju. -ly, 10 to 23 for 1; Lugust, 221 to 25 for 1; Septomber, 22J to 271 for 1; Oc tober 26 to 27 for 1; November, 274 to 33} for 1; December...

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 July 1865

LN N1 8 TUE-I ,T fJWEtKLT,4 WOLU~~~IE U ~WtiN4BOR0,. C., OnTHURI8DAY MORNING, JULY 20.,18665. r~-m1'~ 4 TN.~ TRi.WNINEY ItEWB: 4 3t 'J.. i3RagTON. Tilt. TRi-WaEa.Y. NqW8 ipbish.ed on, lprpday ant aturiday,pt ONE DOLLAA tmonth; in advance. -8uogid cooleebTk Ca".II*. A4Ver1tIesnts .in sytcd at ONE DOLI4R pI o ar ; inIes or leg#, for the first, .#nd . Vcente Mr eachr subse q(e11t insertiok Inveriably in advrnce. as- DURB15C & WALTER, Auction and Commission Merphauts, Columbia, 8. 0., are the authorised agenta it that plaeo, in colloetingsubuoriptione and advertisenents f t e . they will receipt fo all montes lue this offi0. -esume of the New.. The Philadelphia Ledger of June 14, - sys the stearmef .Ieteo btought up from Fori D1eire, yesterdiiy. four hundred'and eighty prisquore., who-had been' releamed upit taking t.he oath of allegispee. Th'Were all 116 officers, opptainss d Brat and second lieut6nafits, rand aong them were.. representatives Nne almost every portiQu 9 .the South -...

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 July 1865

WIN, 6ome "ingenious iunu0 Y it upon himself to a the . e bills of the denomiliaioqof Five ients, as is sued, by Meshrs. ELLIOTT & Co. The figuro 5, in 'left hand corner of bill, has n altered, by the addition of an 0, thereby zpaking the figure read -50, while print rods "five ents." Parties are cautioned' against receiving these bills,as Messrs..ELLIOTT & CO. have called them in and will cancel them. There o ,bills of t'e denominqtion of Fi i s now issued by Messrs. EI. Jo. Tit a be very easily detected by reau. , and upon a close examnina tion of the alteration it will be found that it is not done with printere ink, but with wraing fluid. We hope the, person or persons who did this villanidus piece of work ill be caught auid carried before our militarylau. thorities and severely punished. They deserve it. Our exchanges say tiat the great fire in New York destroyed over half a mil. - lion dollars wolth of p-operty, among w)h is enumerated the -office of the Newi York MIera...

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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