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THE TRI -WEEKLY NEWS. A
VOLUME I.] WINNSBORO, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1865. [NUMBER 77.
THE TRI-WEERLY NEWS:
BY ,. E. BRITTON.
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'Ta PISONEs.-Tho tone of the
following extracts, which we take from
the Philadelphia Inquirer, is inean sind
brtal, but the facts-if they be facts
will ititerest thA Southern reader. It is
very shocking to think that, in this or
any vige, the press of a great city, like
PhIladelphia, should speak in such inso
lent ninner of .a crushed. but eminent
captive .-qo matter w1nt offence:
"Jeff Davis has been uiable to take
his out-door. exercise for several days
past- on account of a carbuncle.on one
of his legs... Davis has, for years, been
subject to these painful eruptions,. and
asserts that they are not QccsIoned by
his colfinemopt. Jeff. has beqome quite
cheerful and conimunicative. He. fully
appreciates the .thil.d regime to whichi he
is how ,subjected.- Several volumes bf
the "ngih . classics jre now .alloiwed
hins- and an occasional aper, -and pen,
ink -and paper. He waites letters,, of
course' enclosed, to.. the Secretary of
,$ar. Whom Jeff. favors with epis.
-tolary communications.is krngwn gly to
M18t*tion and his conadential clerk.
Lettere.toJf~T ateof lfrequent occur.
ronge. Those; 'who send theti may a
we 'save their stationary and sta'npa,
to say nothing ot the labor : of *riting,
Noletrs are- -allowed. J.< D, Gen.
lles becbms; theirk- onatodian, Their
contents are perused .by -.the rtiiient
yoqing Senerarl and then packed awa,
.nd he to whom they are .addresed,is
tot -eVen awAre of their .existence.
Clagiandditchell promenade -the
y spartse overy -day,. though never- at
th a hqtre Miltchellh jipsLo
-ci= asuall bale of- -LM chbrg, smpc.
1 Mba*o fro1P his son at R1 r#04.
.fra.gnt gno bbrg .weed , .w al
dwedito pitse# th, gltte0WA. eordor:.o6
rds, and PWised atJhnd dis pa
taol rec9tte -the soothing weed
jadly-nuy / ti~y;-he who, bearoe
e b -h ~ oted in ad'nde
thepr d9'r4 of6ePwdn of the LTn.
,e Atged thanks for -beingl
'4e0w"o WEi 4'.o4 pundsofstaokhlg
MORI Ae k~SSPO 4V
Mr, Arpt on,%' atp
Parhk Statio, 4
-ther Seven *le 1340s
' 12apg of-Indian outrage.bP
betweeqy Big ~iSaanne-a?
- rem~w~i b t w o n
a *~iat wKoi
respectively about eleven, eighteen and
twenty-five years. Starting from the
pot, they had gone about two miles,
when the youngest girl, who continued
to make an outcry, had seven arrows
shot into her, and was left to die.
The wounded girl was found and
taken to Laramie, where she receied
surgical attention, and is now doing well,
with a prospect of recovery. She is
speken bf as being quite intelligent, and
saysthat th; first arrow that wounded
her was.fired by a white man. Perry
Abbott's train was attacked three miles
this side of Rock Creek, and had lively
gting for five miler, when the Indians
retired. The train sustained no in3ury,
and the men think they killed four of the
ttacking party. A Government train
was attacked at Seven Mile Ranch,
between Coopers's Creek and Little
Lafamie. ' The 'party with the train
succeeded in keeping their assailants off,
and sustined no injury.' Half way be
tween the Ranch -and Little Laramie
another train was attacked-particular
not known. One incident of the day
deserves especial mention. The Indians,
after killing Sergt. Cooley, captured his
horse and tied the- leading reins- of.twc
of their ponies to him . The horse,
brdke away from his captors and led
the- twoponieswith him. A boy soldier,
whose horse had been taken away from
him by a cowardly' white, man, who
vanted to get out of danger, caught the
horse atid fought his way safely 'i
with his prize, Twelve white . persons
Wh6re killed, one wounded, and two
vaptured, in all -the attacks made dur
oi the day. Gen. Connetrwith a
lb- of 4,000 men, left Fort Laramie
-n tie 27th, for Powder River.
[Denver News, 4ngust 10.
4 -JW0--h.-...0-0-- -. 1.
Cuanr.omiz, N. C., MARKTB.
Couon.-We were pleqsed to observea
wumber of-, wagons in town yesterday
loaded with Cotton, the most of which
were from York, Chester and Lancaster
Districts, S. 0.
The iMarket waslively and a somewhat
spirited competition. sprung tip among
buyers, although the figures of the
revious day were - barely maintaipel
The qaotations were from 17 to 18 in
gold and frnom'25 to 28 in currency,
MQNEY MARKECT.-The gold market
yesterday was less active,althongh a fair
quantity of sellers were in market.
Bankers and speculatoi's were not dis
posed to buy. 'We continue to quot6
40 per cent. prAmiun as buying, ani 50
per cent. as selling pricd.21me, .71.
[fxom the Lexington Gasette-]
Gepera8. 2. Lee'aeopepts -the Pres',
. dopey of Washington College.
The gratifyiog duty of announcing to
the couhbry the acoe tscec by Gnera
Robort, E. Le%, of the Presidendy o
WNebifngton College, Ihas -en devolvnd
goba the undetsigned b .the board of
rustees of that: natitution. Th6,'tcces
Oon of this distinguished e'ntleman 't
tb Faculty -of this venerg16 Collegeo
ihodred Cif4 destin iw
tust, to -makp the niwtelmie of a
oe* ers iP igs0 torl, nost 1 ordiall,
o weo'OopgrettlAteo t u)rouis frien~d:
op this moat ajRapicious-eveft The high,
oble d p hie it
oie x Ch A A0 ting the
iono VA, aui 0 hnb
toeltion teadered t~ hnl
iew tittle the toe 01
his countrym r d th
Lee; will res p~aibo ti
Af'he Co ftlege d oe
~anihuray, t4he SW ti os%
of all - sensible and "irtuous citi.
In dedicating his futurv. life to thei
holy work of educating the youth of his
country, General Lee pf entS a new
and interesting phase of h4s grand and
heroic character. a cliarat- than which
no more perfect model exilts among liv.
ing men. "Tis a solid- fabric, and will
well support the laurels that adorn it."
Let the young men of the country, North
as well as South, be wise siid profit, not
less by his precepts tharu by his great
JoHN W. BROCKENpROuoir,
Rector.of Washingtti College,
Lexington, Va., September 1, 1865.
A SnooftNo AFrAili-A negro
woman was brought dowr on Satur.
day, from about twenty. x miles in
the country, severely wounded. . It
appears, from a statement made by her
father, that the deed wav committed
by hes husband, who without cause
or provocantion, fired his gun at her at
a short distance, and put a full load of
shot iito her back. She was brought
down in quest of mnedienl attenidance.
JAM.S'1. BACON, editor of the Edge.
field (8. 0.) Advcertiser, has been arrest.
ed tor saying some things ho ought not.
Well, there's that much Bacon lost.
He should have been sliarp enough to
have sa.gd his Bacon.
GOOD FOR TWO DAYS ONLY.
TO-DAY (SEPT. 0) AND M1ONDAY.
will 'iGd It to their interest to call to-day and
buy atreduced prices.' Also
, MASON'S BLACKING,
A No. 1 ArIole, will be disposed of to-day
at, a great discount. - Apply at
JVST M ECE VIED,
AND.FOR SALE AT
D. 1). MoQR IpO RIT'S.
IRST on the list (so now don't repine)
Is family. FLOUR, which is rare and
1301A (New Castle's) nei, so don't think it
That others than you should receive all the
'You ought to have HERRING, if herring
Ad, .I ACKERAL you'll, take when you
can't get a pike.
If delioato (the children) especially if the've
Then *o by all means and get them some
IVfsatumbo the" do scatter all ovev the rooim
Then se& 'them along, they'll And a good
And1gq'su aiee mixturo, 'tis 0 ORMS
Vhjob jY0i664y says will gjve han yi
tho' ridt least, a good artielb for
dd forfyonisn, pounds of
k0te6raburg Iroa W;k ,
'ETRSBURG, V -
* ~ duet of Castings aitt Wronght
IbaWwk dotte at: shott ~be and
*s4 uotsi patter~h 1a fon,
6 SU4 ;u~~le ,P 4~w0k
A PROCLAMATlON I
By the Provisional Governor of South
EXECUTIVE-DEPARTMENT S. C.,
W HEREAS, a seeming conflict of
V urisdiction having arisen between
the civil and military authorities of South
Carolina, under the Provisional Govern
ment, oftthe State; and whereas, Major Gen
eral Gillmore, comTdanding the Department
of South Carolina. having sought an inter
view with me, as Provisional Governor, in
the presence-of Major General 3Meade, com
manding the Atlantic States; and whereas,
all matters giving rise to the seeming con
flict were adjusted and arranged with the
consent and approval of Major General
Now. therefore, I, 11ENJAlIN FRAMP
TON PERRY, Pyovisional Governor of the
State of South Carolina, do proclaim and
make known, that the terms of this arrange
ment are as follows : "That in all cases
where freedmen or persons of color are con
aernod, .the Courts of the Provost Marshals
shall have exclusive cognisanee to try and
adjust th6m, for. the present, and that all
other capes shall be heard and adjudicated
by the eiviltdourts, municipal outhorities and
civil officers, under and according to the
laws of South Carolina. That the civil
courts shall be opened under the Provision
al Government, and all civil and municipal
officers be allowed to resunq their otlicial
duties and discharge- them freely without
interruption on the part of the military au
thorities. That. it is further understood
General Gillmore will issue a military order
and Governor Perry, will in like manner, is
sue his proclamation, making known this
arrangement., which is to continue till civil
authority is entirely restorod in this Stato
and the Government reconstructed."
Ana Ido hereby call upon all persons
and order them. to strictly obey and carry
-tthe terms of this arngement.
Doho in the city of Columbia, the (lay and
year abovo stated. it. F. PERRY.
By order of the Provisioual Governor.
W. H. PHaur, Private Secretary.
NW- The newspapers of the State will
give three insertions. sept 7165-8
OTICE is hereby given, tha from
and after the sevent day of Septem
her next, the' Ueadquarters 'of tle Provis
Iogal Governor will be at Celumbla, where.
all comnatniotio as dresstd tW him must
be directed. WILLIAM h.'P'10 RY,
e P#lvte Reariptary.
Greitille , S., C.. August 28. 1466,
SW Otato papertwIll dop$ three titues;
ase 97 '6-8
_D Y thi*- First, October, or-a0 oon ts
LP-'th -matis &re e-9tbli4s, J ;1 wll :
ne thopulitiet of, th' J1UST.AN
.NWEX"andlthe " EdIfD 81llW9 ' Ihyve
-ben publshag 'U
P~~fclid v~s ;"~iu~ $800.
P oe of - T4*, -
- Q ain t
DIONEER SOAP, .
L COLGATE SOAP,
R LYE SOAP,
LARD, &c.r -
n sale at D. B. McCREIlIT'S.
DRUGS, IIEDICINES, &c.
' AT LEVENTRITT'S BUILDING,
A LARGE nnd
Calicoes, Ginghams, Homespuns, lats,
3uspenders, Hosiery, Moves, Combs and
lhrushes, with a variety cf fancy articles,
received by LADD BROS.
A LL ki1n1 of Morchandize, Country
- Produce, &c., &o., received and sold
3n commission at LADD BROS.
DR. C. H. LADD has removed his
Dolice to the rear of Ladd Bros.' Drug'
Store, Loventritt's building, sept 4'05
TO TIlE PUBLIC.
HEP , undersigned has commenced1
T business in the storo under the Winus
boro Hotel, where lie intends keeping a
STOCK OF OOODS
uitable to the country and town trade, con,
*ie will purchase or take In exchange
country produce ot nil kinds, and solicits a
share of public patronage.
sept 4'63--8 M. L. BROWN.
1 OME AGAIN,
"To Meat my Rriends onxco More ."
E2. 1TEL'%UE lm -U.
EGS leave to inform his patrons
Bths~, he is
to execute woirkpanshl int1io..best style
and1 with dilsptch, on el eks. watches and
jewelry of every ds r19 - .
Work warranted to Wtire satisfos.
Lion and dopo chis. ep 414
1e undersigned has
04 1tae " -for me ,