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VOLUME .] 'WINNSBORO, S. C.; TUESDAY MNORNINGw, SEPTEMBER 5, 1865 . [-NVMBER 75
THE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS:
BY . E. UHNITTON.
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N.:w OuI.ANs, August 29. 1865.
Cotton steady ; 1,250 bales sold at 41c.
a 42c. 4
General Beauregard's house was sur
rounded a fCw nights since, and Beaure.
gards, with others, was kept in at
cotton press antl morning. . It was
suppored that Kirby Smith was conceal.
od in the house. Beauregard complain.
ed to General Sheridan of the unnn'r in
which, the military had invaded his
preinises. General Sheridan was great
Iy annoyed at the occurrence, and right.
ed the nytter with Beatureg:trd.
RIIrSTORATION oF -IrM SouT1:niNt
STAE-S -It iS- stated that a call for a
grand ina~s meeting in New York is be
ing extensively signed in that city by'
leading men of all parties, to adopt ra
solutions in favor of President Johnson's
policy of Southern restoration, and to
counteract the adverse agithtion of the
Radi sli.-altmnore Sun.
- General Slaughter, of the late Confed
erate service, has published a letter. in
Which he fully exculpates'. General Ma.
jia and the Imperial forces from the
charge of aiding the Confederatet. Ie
says that not a rifle or musket ever
crossed the Rio Grande or otherwise en.
tered the Conroderacy. through the Inm.
The Louisville Jouinal says: ""Some
-of %he papers have alfeidy ceased elkling
Presidnut Johnson 'his Eircelleney,' and
now ty4le him 'his Accidency.' But ieith
-er the vete of the people that eleoted
.iim Vice-Presidenb, nor the assassina
tion tila, made him President.,' was an
Oneoday last week the commandant of
the post of (Car. Illinois, sent a fle of
men with (ixdd bayonets gad arrested a
,police officer who had arrested a negro
for violating'a city ordinanco ,The-po.
ce 'o tr'was ftially relesed, and the
. o ti0nphed oer the civil authori
Ai case s bholo prepared by the
*Vivtegimen A nregn in, be(alf of snegro
formerly MugdlgyJohn Minor aotta, to
ly lh'e was ano ei~itled to corn
pgnsation foli offohmed by thein
dforttheirlate a6 'ucethe% dat of
Mr. 3Lindc~n'siprocla esmacipa
ndte se flr ee
brougkht to11hi In (nNeW York.
Glad wint h st 'at'the St. Nich '
Hotel; r theo namies of' two parids,
by h svii o4bsined some *3,000 in
money aigd $200,000 in railroad. bonds,
.aithen decaifei. * T1: ,was pursued
.: rath~d jp Necw TXven, donnecti'
'J!uw - Elcrdtck .EriCO-rloN. --The
latest 4leemw~ikr~urns -froth Kehtstcky
indiawefas #fusmei'of Neale (nion)
~bypoe :to' t4dd thousand, iaai.
Th wes Vuw n a H 4gf
Legislatu afu wthA li
Last Tuesday the body of a nngro sol
diers was foind in the suhurbs of Jeffer.
souvill-, liliana, who had been, shot
throngh tim head by som persons tim
known. Onl Mondauy morning another
colored goldier was found i:1 Por. alton,
pinioned to the ground with a bayonet.
This crime ws also committed by some
INrORTANT To TnAver.Ens AND Surr
i.:ns.-On and after the first of Septem.
bor a daily train will be run on the
Northeastern Railroad to connect with
the trains of the WillmingLon and Man.
chester road at Florence, S C.
[Ctarleston Daily News.
Co1,on.:1 Coxv.:-rrox.-A card ap
pears in the Newbern Tines signed A.
H. Galloway, which states that a call
f6r a Convention of colored citizens of
N6rth Carolinn, will bo made, to be held
in the city of Raleigh in the month of
A writer in the Macon Tlegrmph re
commends that the people of Georgia
petition the President to grant a. pardon
to. the igin. A. H1. Stephens. The
writor thinks Mr. Stephens would uso
all his iniflence for the good of the coun.
try, and would assist much in settling
GE.:.:nERAr. RUGIt IN COMMAND oF
TE.l):PAnTM ENT OF NonT CARoINA.
- Waushingtoa A ugust 25-By direction
of the President, Brevet Major-General
P. H. Ruger. United States Volunteers,
is assigned to the,. command of the Do
partment of North Carolina dnring
the temporary absence of Major Gen.
Aaron Jones, the celebrated pugilist,
has opened a gymnasium at Charleston,
The Next Session of Congress.
The quostioi of the admission of mem.
bels to the next Congress from the
Southern States is now agitating the
public mind. With a law of Congress
prohibiting any one from holding a seat
in that Lody who had beei eniged in
the rebellion, it is diffieilt to solve the
question who the South can send ;' for
there Is no prominevt man alive in the
Sonthern States who has not, directly
or indirectly,, boon noncerned in the war.
The first matter to be considered, then,
is manifestly, the repeal of the law, so as
to relieve the South of the disability of
being represented in the National Con
Will the Radicnis consent to do this?
That is the question. We have no
doubt there will be an intense struggle
to keep the South out, but I he people of
the North are more anxious for thd
South to come back than the South her.
self to return. Hence, if the majority
insist upon carrying ont their planm, and
closing the doors of Congress upon the
Souuth, the No-thorn people will arotise
themselves to the necessity of putting
down the Radicals and opening the por
tals of the Union to every way ward sis.
ter'who bomes back, casting over her
the,. cloak of charity and forgiveness,
with the cbmplete oblivation of the past..
The Soutlhas been restored-to her po
IUtical rights by the amnesty proclama.
tion . and by Jho oathA of allegiance
taken by her citizens. No further tests
cain b requiresd unless it be the toot of
probation, and that is, of course, out o1
the questin. -- Tihe men of the South
who have ' conformed' to the require.
ments of the Goverdnent are. entitled
to vote, d it is absurd to argue that
they hard anot the powver to select their
own' representatives ; and it is a still
greetelr absurdity to say that these rep.
reinttives-sha11 not be. received when
No such. doctrine qah;. ,tand before
the A'tnerioan people.. When. a South.
erner take. ~the .oatl of ttllegiance he
nisp be regarded as -being .iestored to
lili formers political riht. He is as
as- an othere ditisen ini' the eye of
aW. The Govornment Ynues recog.
it )is ifgetut 2,h v~y adminlter the
Mt AtIt Non denbt Presidetit Jtunm
sotn afan~d8 the, natter, and if the
jRadioa do diotwlehi to gO-)blb theA
ydfople j a' penwding Stateiefektien0
a pos~iti* 4f oitott~ adttttratior,
they 'VIUP .y ,3u Cct,*ek
n* ah V
The relatives,. friends and cquanintanceg
of Mr. alid Mrs.. 11. B. BOY hSTON, and of
Dr. II. Boylistonn and fily, also rf Mr. Jns.
IR. Aiken and fauily, are invited to attend
the funeral services of the former, at his
late resilone, This Afpernoon. at six o'clock.
r 3IlE public are hereby wared against tra
dling lor it oe o' One liilndred and
Seventoeen Dollars anl seventv ccttt, drawn
in favor of Jas. A. l'rice by W. S. Brice do
ceased, as said note hias citier been lost or
nlald. The note bears date February 1801,
with interest from 1st Jan. 1861.
aug 4'06--2pd JAS. A. BRICE.
tY1E WliSKEZ, at
aug 5'65-o Drug Store.
*If E3LIIVED. -
D R. C. H-. LADD has14 removed hi-.
.J office to the rear of Lagl lros.' Drug
Store,.Leventritt's building. sept 4*15
JA.aES 10. 1I1LOI.
W OUliD respectfuliy ivite the citi.
VV zens of Vinusboro', an1l of the Dis
trict, to an exanination of his stock now
opening opposite Bank ,11angf, consisting of
Whito and Brown Sugars, Choice Green
and Black Tea Cdfee, Fanoy and Yellow
Soaps, Kits Mackerel, Codlish, Ale, Port
Wine, Drakes' Bitters, Mustard, Cheese.
Soda, Cinnamon. Cloves. Spices. ink, Bie
Stone, Indigo, Madder, boriax, Matches, Se
Coffeo Mills, Knives and Forks, Pooket
Knives, Spoons., LSltes, Augers, (lintlets,
Pad Looks, Stocli Looks. Candle sticks, Cur
ry Combs, Screws, Taks, Shoe Thread,
hlorse Rasps, Files, Scissors, Shoe Knives,
Shoe Hanuners, Tea Kettles, Frying Pans,
Saucepans, &c. - .
Calicoes, Alpaccas,,Muslin 1De Laines, Cas
sineres. Mue. Denims, Colored Canbrio,
Stokings, Linen Canibrie and Colored
Pocket llandkerchiefs, Towt h, Brown Shirt
ing, Brown Sicetn:. ilrown Drill Paper
Collars, for ladies and Gents, hloop Skirts.
Men's Felt. Hats, Men, Women and Chil
drens S4oes, Epsom Salts, Copperas, &c.,
Will receive in the course of tho next
week an invoicoeof Crockery, Plates, Dish
es, Bowls, Basins, Tumblers, &c., &c.
To 'wD'E EiUIRAC.
r -IIE undersigned has connmenced
bunsiness in thne stito underln tine WV innns
boro Hotel, where he intend-s keeping a
STOCK OF GOODS
suitable to the country and town trade, con
FANCY A RTICLES.
He will purcbase or take in exchange
country lroduce of all kinds, and solioits a
siare of public patronage.
sept 4'X-8 M. L1. BROV-N.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c.
JAILS M. DALY,
H AS re-opened next to his old
stand-opposito the Bank
with a full supply of
MATERIALS FOR REPAIRING.
A Aino stock -of JEWELRY,'of the latest
slyles, will be opened in a tew days.
S4. te Phenix, -Columbia, 8. 0., and
the Car'olina. Thns., Charlotte, N. C., will
copy the aboye once a week for three weeks
adi forward bill to "Nuws'' office for pay
- MOiUE, AGAJN,
"To .t~ .my Fred once ore 1"
A ;arge and well selected Assor
and a variety of
ELLIOTT & CO.,
sapt 4'65- iO. 4, Blank Range.
' COLGATE SOAP,
on sale at D. 13. McCRI1HT11'8.
AT LEVENTRITT'S BUILDING.
A LARGE and
well selected s .4
stock of er
DR UeGS AND )
Calicoes, Ginghams, lomespuns, Hats,
Su.speiders, 1Hosiery, Gloves, Combs and1t
Brushes, with a variety cf fancy arhicles,
received by LAU)D BROS.
sept 4'65 -c .
A co kimd.of Msrcsindize, Country
Produce, &c., &c , recoived aitl'sold
on commission at ' LADD BROS.
No. 2, BANK RANGE.
THE undersigned Ia just. received,
T andt offers for sale, at the lowest mar
the following desirable articles.
t . ALSO, -
A Sne assortment of
sept ~'6. - Agent.
T11E CilItISTIAN INDEX.
Y the First of October, or as soon ns
3 (lhe mails are re-established, I will re
ew the publication of the "CHRISTIAN
NI>EX" and the "ClllLD'S INDEX" Ihave
'rico of --Index," per annum $3 00
'ric ot --Child's Index" " : - 50
Money tuay be remitted at once, as nj do.
criination is positive. My desire is to se
Mire a large subscription list, with which to
egin, and I issue this prospectus that sub
criberi miiy have time to forward their re
It is my intention to issue first class pa
mrs, and nto pains or expense will bQ spared
o secure that, end. The best writers and
orrespondents will bo- secured, and the
tighest, religious and literary talent will be
;iven to the papers. The ClItLD'S PA
'Lit will be profusely illustrated and willi
n every sense, be made to conform to its
Tie chid's Deliht.
Mopey may be sent by Express or other
vise- -if by Express, at my , ritk, if the ex
>ress receitt is sent me, on the resumption
if mail facilities.
My connection with the firm of J. W.
lurke & Co., is dissolved, but I will estab
ish an ofi'ee in Maton, (ia., where commu
jications mUy be addressed. -
. SAMIL BOYKIN.
Bsjy- Carolina, Georgia aid Alabama pa
>ets, daily and weekly, will copy one month
nd seud bill to . 1t.
COLIU MBIA, S. C.
mI undersigned, hav;ng leased the
LARGE AND COMMODIOUS BUILDING
nown at the '-Columbia Methodist Femal6
,ollege," will open it as a
PIRST-CL ASS 1I0TEL,
n September 7.
T. S. NICKE1l0N, Proprietor.
WILLIS & 011S1 O1 I,
Factors, Commission Merchants,
O1,1f 6,JL 11S 1H OUSA,
DHARLESTON, S. 0.,
;. W1111s. , A. It. CnISHOLM.
W ILL attend to the purchase, sale
and shipment-(to Foreign auid Do.
nestic P1orts)--of Cotibn, Rice, Lumber,
qaval Stes ; to the Collection of Drafts,
'urchaso and Sale of all Securities. Con
iguments of vessels solicit(a..
Messrs. JOlN FRASER & CO., Charles
on, S. C.
Messrs. GEORGE V. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Nharleston, S. C.
Messrs. GEO. A. IIOPLEY & CO., Char
eston, S. C.
GEO. SCH L EY. Esq., Augusta. Ga.
T. S. METCA.F, 1Eq., Alugusta. Ga.
Messrs. CLARK, DODGE & CO., Now
Messrs. MUIRAY & NEPHEW, New
Messrs. E. W. CLARK & CO., Philadol
Mossrs. PENbERGRAST, PEN WICK &
"0., Baltimore, Md.
Messrs. -AMUEL IIARRIS & SONS, Bal
iay- All South Carollina'papers will copy
weekly for ce'month, and send bills to the
Jharleston Courier office.
PHELPS & DAWSON;
1?O R WA R DIN G
;A.~ sin.- m -'st *' - e>
OggAlvas1Epa~I, 8. f. -
ggr- Consignmients and orders 'so
liitod, and promptly attended to.
aug 1 '05.laiw3'
Epti A KAY EGN1
da- oe eta.
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