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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 16 December 1869

WI N ORO6 Thursday, Morn econlber 16, 1869., SW The ofiioe o NEws and I1sa aau, is, for 18611. e Market Hall, Jus buder the Town Clo Parties having bu a with this office *111 please note the e. Address all busin ommunloattons to DisaroarEs, WILLIA Co., and all con munications for eiti aper to the Edirto The toin-b1i dt assed a Good 4aaure. It seems that Sh Carolina bonds to the amount of sit $400,000 have to be paid next tar. The money with which to met them cannot be raised by taxationot by issuing and selling new bonds. .t present prices, it will require $ 00 of new bonds, which bond,, whet it be so express ed on their face or , will ultimate ly have to be paid l gold. Now the bonds that will b gued under the coin-bill just past p lging the Stat;e to redeem all of fts seruritiss, princi pal and interes in gold, will rise from $65 to $ 0 in ou enoy, and command abo 90 in co , so that the debt whico must be m t, will be met by the i0,ae of about $470,000 of coin-bonds, Instead of $6...

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 September 1871

Job Printing 1 Job Printing i T r i-W e e s.ly , ---4E AT \ j iiII\J I flIIIA1VISITING CARDS, W I N N S B O R 0,8S. C., N~~- ~ ~ '''~','WEDDING CAR), L E IAD bBY ECEIPf6 BRIEFS, BLANKS, Desportes & WilliaIfs BUSINISS CAIRD's, TERMS: $4.00 per annum, in advrnco. ~ INV1ATON F A NCY D'OARD'S, ~NVY~A Transient advertisenunts in'scrtcd a ... . . .. . 'L s PROGRAMME8; $1.00 per sQunre for the first and 50 cents - -SC O CR U, eaph subsequent. Insertion. VOL. VIII.] WINNSBORO, S. C., SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9. 1871, 1O7 C . - - ECUT.ED WITH DISPATOC About to Spring. The telegram ib our yesterd;ty's -paper showed that the tiger of the gov ernment was preparing to spring at South Carolina. That poor State the object of the sympathy and on miseration of every intelligent and considerate person-a monument of misgovernment and perseoution-i to 'be struck at to inspire the "wholesome alarm" spoken of by the Radicals t-trhghout the south That is, to ill the "uthern public mind with dismay and restr...

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 September 1871

WINNS.ORO. SalurlayDl Morning Septiniber 9, 1IWi. At - The ofliee oft the N :ws and IIF:z AL.U, is, for 1871, in the Market 1lall, just under the Town Clock. Parties having business with this office will please note the above. Address all business communnications, &o., to DSoRTEs, & Wi.t.IAM, Proprie tors. Cottonl. Planters, cotton factors and busi ness men generally look to the press, says the Augusta Constitutionalist, for information in regard to the grow ing crop, the demands of spinners and the probable future prien of the sta ple. While exercising diligence in collating and publishing all availablo information in regard to this impor tant interest, we have always a reluc tance in tendering advice as to hold ing or selling. Two years ago we did advise our planters to make quick sales, and subsequent events proved our views to be right. The market declined rapidly and persistently from about 29 cents to 17 cents. Now, with all the statistics before us as to stock on hand...

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 September 1871

SELLING UUT ATAND NEW YORK 'i'he undersigned in ord'er to make room for the Fall Stock, is selling ofl' his Summer Goods at Cost. 4 CONSISTING OF Ladies Dress Goods, Underskirts, Hiats, Ionfrets, &c. Has, nts Ready-Made Cloth inr. a inost. ry thmg) > first-. Ie al%ay' r B Gi reubac:s. .uguwt 26 . li. ELDER. SPRING:& SUMMER GOODS! T HIE subscribers are receiving an unumu ally large stock of, L ad ies Dross Goods; Trimmwings, Gloves and Hosiery, Gentlemen's Gloods, House Furnishing Goods, Domestic Goods, liats, Shoe s, &je., To wLikh Uioheyivita a comparison with Colutubia prices. .A.LSO, HIard warq, Wagon Materials, Paints, Oils, Woodenwar'e, WVall Papering, Shades, Lamnps, Medicines, liouks, &c., &o. McXAST ER & BRtICE. b ~pi13 Tiirnlp Seed. AL A ROE ailp''by of F?reshi Turnip Seed, just received. Also Turpentaine, Put ty, hite Lead1, Dniel,am Smnolngt Tobacco, Also Cotton Yarn,Lhra ia lloWL.In, Blooks. Nodicinen. Hardware, SF.nes. Aliso a large lot of L,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. — 9 September 1871

Tle Radical Rumnpus in New York. It is confesed on all sides that the lttdical, c.tmp of New Yoi k city and State was never before in so thorough. ly di."organiz.d a condition on the eo of an important campaign as at the present mvment. 'Th two dclaga tions from the city nre in the field, armed oap-a-pie, and the leaders are trying to solvo the problem of recon. ciliation. It is stated that the over t tres for peace first cane from Gree ley himself, the -rincipal terms being that 'either Ureeley or Fenton ton should be put on the Grant ticket for Vice Presidetrt. The other sido then demanded the renomination of Conkliug and the appointment of Mot gan to a firat class mission. W heth cr tie trcaty will be concluded, and whether, if cnneluded, it will "wo'k, is not known. Two mt Roasteti liive by a Thutil crbolt. During the storm at )eckertown, N. J., on Tuesday night, the barn of Mr. John Sutton was struck by light ning and was burned to the ground. After the fire search was made amo...

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 1872

1.r t "; . 'lIE W~Im ilBRO NIWS, _1 ENS R S Job Prnting I Jointi n i'U I31111) J ' EVISITING CARDS, AT LTE W IWN N S B 0 R 0, S. C., VI nYB RO S.!t 1-RILFS' BLANKS, DY DILL E D DeportesBUSINESS CARDS, TErMS: $4.00 per annum, in adi+noe. , INVIT, Transient advertiscments iuserted a PROGIIJ $1.00 per square for tho first and 50 c -enls - - ---' -O each suabsequent insertion. VOL. IX.] WINNSBOB SATURDAY JULY 13 1872. 8 'POST) EXob TE Prntin IP Special Notices. Means wthat Ie Says. The high "confirmations strong as-proofs of Holy Writ," .and as numerous us the sands on the seashore, were produced to prove that Dr. Pierce, thn proprietor of Dr. Sage's Catarrli Remedy, is in earnest and ncans what lie says, when he offers $3000 teward for any case of Catarrh which he cannot ouro, yet there would be 'oae skeptics and fogies who would con Sinue to shout, "lfumtbug !" Il unuva I It' "It cannot be, because Dr. Hlomespun says Catarrh cannot be cured." Now, this Dr. homespun is the identical, g...

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 1872

WINNSBORO. Saturday Morning'July 11, 1871. T. ROSS ROBERTSON, Editor. SW Correspondence solioted from every section of the country. Our colunms are open to all for a free discussion of any principle, theory or ide'a, but We are in n'o way responsible for the views or opinions of correspondents. Our Standard-Bearers. To the entire country, from Dlaine to California, the ,re-nomination of Greeley and Brown, by the National Democratic Convention, commends it self as a' most aispiolous ovent, and will be hailed as the harbinger of bet ter days by ever lovey of reform and good government, be he Democrat or Republican. With almost perfect unanimity, the Democracy have o cepted the hand of peace and recon ciliation proffered them by the assem blage of honest Republicans at Cin. cinnati, and to accomplish the great aim of reform, it only remains for these two elements to throw into the campaign their whole energies and resources, and by a united effort on their part, 'the overthrow of corru...

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 July 1872

Lao'oal Bc;g:uiR . Q- Road our Baltimore letter It will be found highly interesting. Q Liemomber that Judge Macke3 speaks in this place to-day. Whil( having no tpeoial admiration for the Judge we will ourdially second him in his efforts to run the thieves and public plunderers out of the State. fl The South Carolina delegation to Baltimore elected Hon. W. D. Por. ter its Chairman and selected Col, Thomas Y. Simmons ps a. member of the national executive Committee from this State. Both selections were as good as could have been made. New Advertisernents. See notice of now. arrivals by Ladd Brothers & Co. Bacot & Co., and D. Lauderdale. Now is the time to buy goods cheap. A Ouridsity. An Irish potatoo was handed us yesterday with a wire-grass root grown .through it, and the initials 911. G." plainly out on the surface. This is .extraordinary, and is certainly signi. cant of something. Suicide. . Mrs. Jonathan Stanton committed suicide Wednesday evening by hang. ing herself. Sh...

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 July 1872

posed union Uion the candidate, a union so sudden, so compaet, and so earnest, as to surprise its friends and to confound its enemies. [Applause;] ,Which comes as the winds come ; which to borrow a figure, overwhelms the ordinary currents of .publio opinion as the great storms always run to the stirface currents. What means all this ? There are sonie things gentlemen it does not moon. It means no abandonment of .what is true, of what is just, of what is good In human gnvsrbment. [Anplause.] It means no Union of the dead upon dead issues, but a union of the living upon the living.issues of the present. It moans no union for the spoils of office. [Applause.] But it means a union of men with the same faith upon the great and paramount issue of the present hour-a frank, manly, honorable, and equal union of men who have the sagacity to see and the moral ourage to accept the situation. ["Good," "Good," and loud cheer. ing.] It means a union of men who have the sagacity to see what is past...

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 August 1872

'1IBI WINNSBORQO NW, Job Printing. PUBLISHED Trxi"Wer e'lm.y, AT VISITING CARDS, LETTERIEA W I N N S B 0 R 0, S. C., WEDDnING CARDS, BY lBRIEFS, BL ANKS, IL Desportes & Williams@. BUSINESS CARDS,IIES TERMS: $4.00 mn adfnce' - FANCY BOARDS, INVITATIONS Transient advertisements inserted a l'ItOGRA33 $1.00 per square for the fret and 60 centsIVOL..e1INN S. ., SATURDAY AU 1 I S L PCTRCUARS each subsequent insertion. IX.] WXEOUTSD R[1) [A A UUST 17. .... ..-....... ..... . ...... .. .. ... . . .. ...... . - ..........X ECU DED jy Trj,jj Special Notices. Nomination. Mr. Editor. Please announce Mr. J. R. BOYLES as a caudidate for Sheriff at the ensuing election, and oblige his MANY FRIENDS. Dr. Tutt's Sarsaparilla and Qucen't Delight. This valuable preparation combines all the Medicinal virtues which long experience has proven to possess the most, safe and ef. ficient Alterative and deobstruent proper ties for the cure of Scrofula, King's Evil, White Swellings, Ulcers, Cancerous and In...

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 August 1872

WINNSBORO. Saturday Morning August .17, 1873. T. ROSS ROBERTSON, Editor. gg- Correspondence solicited from every section of the country. Our columnns are open to all for a free discussion of any principle,'theory or itiea, but we are in no way responsible for the views or opinions of correspondents. 1ational Reform Ticket. For President. HORACE GREELEY. For Vice.Preeident. BENJAMIN GRATZ BROW N. Justice at Last. Gov. Scott, Treasurer Parker, and Secretary Cardozo, are at present -en gaged in a bitter controversy through the columns of the Columbia Phenix, Cardozo fighting both the others. The object of the controversy seems to be to fix the responsibility for the frauds in the issuing of bonds, about which there has been so much said in the public presr, both in this State and abroad. Crimination and re crimination are indulged in very free ]y, and facts are being brought to light that will materially assist the -t txpayers in their prosecution of the thieves who have plundered our ...

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. — 17 August 1872

T.ocal Scy.ulbs. O: Extra copies of the NKws can be obtained at this office. Price 5ots. per copy. One Thousand old papers, suitable for wrapping goods, for sale at 50cts. per hundred. Apply at this office. Eine Se:ars. Mr. John D. MoCarley claims to have the finest segars in town. Mack 4 will accept our thanks for a sample of the same. Court. The Court was engaged Thursday morning in the trial of Essex McGriff, colored, indicted for perjury. After an absence of nine or ten hours, the jury returned a verdict of "guilty. Renominated. A. S. Wall,,ce was renominated for Congress from this (the 4th) Congres. sional District by the Convention of Republicans which met in Columbia last Wednesday. Comment is un necessary. New Advertisements. Citaticn-W. M. Nelson, Judge of Probate. Meeting of Hook and Ladder Com. pany-D. R. Flenniken, Acting Sea.. retary. Rebuilding of Mt. Zion College. We are glad to learn that at last the rebuilding of the Mt. Zion Col lege edifice has begun. It was burn ...

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. — 17 August 1872

AN Fi.t.ClsCo, A ugust 15.-D.. W1'. Notcum, a native of North Caroli I a anld a l:aliforni Pioneer, cotnlwit tcd suicil( at Stockton ycsterday. S \YW.nsIr;ON, August 15.-The Trc'sident to-day ordered paidons "71 tle out for David Colli. I Wm. Ted Ailos Owens and Wn. ;icrugg, Ku Klux P'risoners now in the Alba, ty pcnitentiarv. Some days will clatp:c beIfore this can be d1ono as it iy ucE+",,t.ry to oht-kin uflicial inforna t ion as to the place and t,ime of conviu t iun. The other persons suggested by ('11. Whitley fIr parloli will be sub leIq11ently c ide( ,le'red. !1 50, a trih tle 1rtu Cn1ic:1ce, was reIceived at the trea ltry tro:lll au anonymoi'Us Ne;w (lker' to-day. N iw% Yo-nci, August 15.-IL i-s '-at-l that .dimll Mace arrived here t hi A . 1., aid' J'L;ald wi ii in I'hi b: (elphia. T'hcr: aret o pl r 'osjleet$ of a fi!ht. \ t ri'i thtlder storlm oc ir+:": h l it''ht, the rain falling heavily from tnigli,"ht till near day JigItI. The trm yest'Ierlay aiternoon antI !enin' in ...

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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