OCR Interpretation


The tri-weekly news. (Winnsboro, S.C.) 1865-1876, September 13, 1866, Image 4

Image and text provided by University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84026922/1866-09-13/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

ENERAL DIRECTORY
.teiary.
District Judge-Wm R Robertson.
Commissioner in Bquity-Isaao H Means.
Clerk of Court-4aml B Clowney.
Sheriff-ElishaW Ollevor.
Ordinary-James Johns,on.
Tax Colleator-Robert H Jennings,
Coroner-Robert Hawthorn.
Esoheator-4-Jacob Feaster.
Notary Public-Jas 8 Stewart.
Magistrates.
Jas XCaldwell, William Crosby, Robert
Hawthorn, Daniel B Kirkland, Henry Gib
iron, George 11 Miller, James Aikon,.Wilam
P Broom, -William-M Martin, Dr. William
Carlisle, H H Counts, Dr D Laudertfale.
BOARDS OF COMISSIONERS.
Commissioners of Rdad.
Howell Edmunde, John Lemon, Edward
, Mobly, Robert B Smith, William B Wood
ward, Dr John D Palmer, Laban C Chappell,
Dr JR McMaster, Thomas M Lyle', John a
Douglass, Robert Ford, John W MoMeekin,
L M )lookhardt, Gen Edward Taylor.
0 Cosanissioners of Free Schools.
Thos J Hf Jones. Jacob Bookman, Arthur
K Craig, William Crosby, James A MoCro.
ry, R E Ellison, Dr J R McMaster, Dr W E
Aiken.
)CoamissionerstoApprovePilb
lie Securities.
Henry 1 Elliott, James R Aiken, John H
Propst, Mansel Hall, James 8 Stewart.
Commissioners of Public Build.
ings.
James B McCants, Hugh B McMaster,
Dr W 9 Aiken, 0 R Thompson, James H
Rion, Thomas Jordan, George H McMaster.
Comminsioners of the Poor.
Robt Hawthorn, Treasurer,
Rev C Porter, Clerk.
Gen P D Cook, D B Kirkland.
Towix Officers.
Intendant-Dr W E.Aiken.
Wardens-Dr C 11 Ladd, W B Creight, L
W Duvall, Jas McElroy.
Represestatives.
Senate-Gen John Bratton.
House of Representatives-William J
Allston, James R Aiken, Baylis E Elkin.
Mount Zion Society.
James R Aiken-President.
James 8 Stewart-Secretary and Tres.
Trustees of Mount Zion Celloge-W R.
Robertson, J B McCants, J H P,ion' G H
MoMaster, Dr W E Aiken.
Principal mad Teachers of Mt.
ZAon College.
G A Woodward-Principal.
Assistants-Rev W P DuBose, W M
Dwight.
Governient of the United States.
Proaldene-Andrew Johnson, of Tennes
see.
Secretary of State-W. H. Seward, of
New York.
* Secretary of War-Edwin M. Stanton, of
Pennsylvania. ,
Postmaster General-William Dennison,
pfof Ohio. - '' --
Secretary of tho .Navy-Gideon Welles, of
Connecticut.
Secretary of the interior-James Harlan,
of Iowa.
Secretary of the 'reasury-Hugh McCul
lough, of Illinois.
Attorney General-James Speed, of Ken
tucky.
President of the Senate-Lafayette S.
Poster, of Connecticut.
Speaker of the House-Sohuyler Colfax,
of Indiana.
sUPRXX3 CoURT.
Salmon C. Chase, Ohio, Chief Justlee.
I. James M. Wayne, Georgia.
2. Samuel Nelson, New York.
8. Robert C. Grier, Pennsylvania.
4. Nathan Clifford, Maine:
6. Noah H. Swayne, Ohio.
6. Daniel Davis, Illinois.
7. Samuel Miller, Iowa.
8. Samuel F. Field, California.
0LIUTUNANT OENERALs.'
Wingfiold Scott, Virginia.'
Ulysses B. Grant, of Ohio.
Adjutant Genei-al Lorenuo Thomas, Dela
Ware.
Judge Advoeate General, Joseph Bolt,
Quartermaster General, Montgoniery C
Meigs, of Pennsylvania.
Crnaer Queen and Meeting Streses,
'1'CHARLESTON, . C
{ HIS PPUARI AND WELL
KNOW HOUE isnow fully open
frthe reeeption of visitors, having been
refurnished with New and Elegant Furni
ture throughout; and offers to thedtraveller
acommodations.and convenienees as aFirst,
Class Hotel, not to be equalled by any North
or South. The patronage of the publio is
respectfully solicited.
Rates of Board per day, $4 03
"" per -month as may
agreed on. JOSEPH PURCEJ,L,
feb 24'66-tf P.pritor.
The ILeowee Coa-rir,
PUBLIsIED wuEKLT AT PIOW'Ns5 V. 3., 5. O.~
BY R. A. THOMPSON & C0.
'ERMS--One Dollar and Twenty-five
Co,ms for six months, in adlv#nce.
- Advertisements Inserted at $1 per square
for the first insertion, and 60 cents for each
subseguent insertion. - [oot 2d'O6
*The8 Cain lea .I.aramal,
POBLIBIED WISEL,Y AT OAMDUN, 5, 0,
BY' . T. HER SHMAN.
2war,
WINNSBORO!
TRI-WEEKLY NEWS
BY
Gailard, Despbrtes & Co.
The people of the District are
respectftlly solelited to 1ige
the*WEWS"thersRspport.
A District Papershould
Sind Its way to every
fireside In Its own
District&
IT CONTAINS THE LATEST GENERAL IN
TELLIGENCB, AND A VARIETY OF
REDING MATTER INSTIUC.
. TIVE AND ENTERTAINING.
ALL KINDS OF
JOB WORK
EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS
AND DISPATCH, AND AS REA.
SONABLY AS CAN BE DONE.
ELSEWHERE, SUCH AS
POSTERS,
BILL.HEADS,
CARDS,
LABELS,
* &cd., &c .,
I8 IN TIE REAR SI LADD 830'.
DRUG STORE,188 INR EBIJ 7]51
FOUND AT ALL TilE',
-0
ALL MEN5OB 0W
LAW BLANI S
AL.WArS OU mUAD.
March 22, 1866.
Tb 20 h AmeVkbueer.
TP V to &tereat* of the Pr
ion, eash In,advans,
For six months,- $2 00
For onyea,. 400
Tame or AviaTisr-Fiftee Seants
a line, or for the space of a line. To yearly
adverUtsers, a liberal deduction on the
above will be made.
Al Obituary and other Notices charged
at one bet per word.
Subseribern-doihinig to hago their Post.
Offices-ehanged will state both where their
papeti fenow being sent, add- where they
would have the"' directed in Mure.
For et6ienb before each subscription
expires, a pencil mark on the margin will
remid.the sub eriber to renew his subsotip
ion by an early remittance.
All sommuniostions. should be addressed,
JobaMik Treaker, Church Iful4sc4r,
kOMx* CAROLINA tiikts,
Charlotte, N. C.
8 PUBLISHED DAILY AND
TRI-WEKLY and furniahed to sub
soriber, upon the following terms:
Daily Times, one year, $10.00
"" six months, 6.00
c c three months, 8.00
Tri-Weekly Times, one year, 6.00
. 9 " a six months, 8.00
" "1 -three months, 2.00
The Weekly News, eontalinng twenty.
eight columns, a transcript of the Daily
Time#, Is published every Tuesday, at $8
per annum. Clubs of ten or more, $2.60,
and a copy to the getter up gratis.
Terms Of a4vertsing.--In the Daily and
Tri-weklyTilnes, onesquare (ten lines or
less $1 for first insertion and 50 cents for
6soh subsequent insertion. ' A reasonable
reduction made for advertisements inserted
for a longer period than one month.
Advertisements inserted in the Weekly
News at $1 per square for each insertion.
Ali letters on business with the above
pubicstions should be addressed to,
WARING & HERRON,
Feb 1 Charlotte, N. 0.
THE C1RISTIAN INDE
Y the First bf October, or as soon as
the mails are re-established, I will rc,
Re the publication of the "CHRISTIAN
INDEX" and-the "CHILD'S INDEX" Ihave
been publishing.
Price of -'Index," per annum - 8 00
Price of 4hld's Index," " : 60
Money may be remitted at once, as my de
termination is positive. My desire is to se
cure a larasubscpton list with which to
bei, a I Issue this prospectus that sub
scr bers may have time to forward their re
mianam.
It'is my Intention to Issue first class pa
r@, and no pains or expense. willbe spared
64oure that end. The best writers and
correspondents will be seoured, and the
highest religious and literary talent will be
given to the papers. The CHILD'S PA
PER will be proftsely illustrated and will,
in every'sense, be made to sonform to
new titlo,
The Child's Delight.
Money mey be sent by Express or other
wise--if by Express, at my risk, if the ex
press receipt is sent me, on the resumption
of mail facilties.
My connection with the Arm of J. W.
Burke & Co., is dissolved, but I will estab
Ish an office in Maoon, Ga., whee commu
nications maybe addressed.
SAMUEL BOYKIN.
A NzW aBRirB oP
"TE BAPTIST BANNER,
WILL BE COMMRNOED
ON 5ATURDAT, TH 9iT '2WSTANT, AT AUGUS
TA, 0OGRGIA,
By'-the Former Proprietor.*
IAM happy in9beigabeto make e
be publishe eryaturdsy.
SW Sasrions are mespectfhiy so
lIcited. 100prannum. Address
4AME8 N. mLL8, -Proprietor,
BS agh new aI Georgia aind
South Carolina wl aisor" twibe, and
send bill to J1. N. B.' sop( 28'86-.--2
The Chester Standar,,
BT GEORGB FITlIUR,
PU 18,95D w3aKwy AT CEBsTUR 0. 3., s. O
ml ens #Ief~o fT ter
terms than the above, nor for as longer
or aborter period.
Any persen obtaining a club of togd tames
will receive the paper gais..
Advertisements Iuwed 00 ei
The IrntelIW.e e,
ruar.zsmuh waag:.T 4T AsHassoN (1. 3., 3, c.,
BY HOYT & HUMPUIREYS,
A T Threa Dollars per anum In United
1.States currency, or Tw. Dollars a
year in specie
'R A TE OF ADVRrIBING :
.Adi tise antese't at the rates of
;f w lo lines 'for
ria bd-for or tes
/ont 24'86
rR subealbers wil o6munonoe in the
City of Charlastons oaryv in Novem
ber, a Family Journal, to be- Mown as the
WNEELY RZ0OMD.
It will contsin eight pges. of fine, paper
lad clear type, and will ake, when bound,
0 volume of permanm val e.,
Whdq containipg.e@0 the late religious
Intelience roa the- Churches at home and
asroad, oItwil-alo:contae aweekly digest
of sooi*4 mirointile and political intelk
Pce,' as welf as generVA ifolmation on
literary, solentiflo anti agricultural subjects,
making's j6urnal scooepable to the city and
aom2try reader.
- #,nIst&rs thropghout the South, acti'g
as agents and recivIng subscriptions. wili
be entitled to. a copy..
For one copy for six zionthei. or 00
Xor one copy for onq year, 4 00
OLU RAT113.
For ten copies to one address, for six
months, $16.00
For ten copies'to ohe address, for one
year, 0 0
All subscriptions to date from the first of
the month in which received.
ADVNRTIsNG RATEs.
One square $2 00; every subsequent in
sortion $1 00.
Contracts made on reasonable term.
U. S. BIRD, F. A. MOOD.
Address " Weekly Record," KeyBo:sto. 8.
oct 24'05.
The Charleston Datfy News.
A S native Carolinians, the publishers
will naturally look to the interest of
their oirn State, @od to that of the South;
andas citizens of the United States they will
not be wanting in the proper amount of de
votion and respect for the General Govern
ment. Every effort shall be made .to make
the DAIL N VWS a Arnt class newspaper,
and in every way worthy of the patronage
of the public.'
Our terms, for the present, will be at the
rate of.$10 *r annum. Subscriptions re
celved for 8," and 12 months, payable In
advance.
Adveriing.-,One square, ten lines, one
insertion, One Dollar and Fifty Cents.
.Bach continuation, Sevqnty-five cents.
Less than a square, -Fifteen cents per
line for first insertion ; Half Price for each
continuation.
Postmasters and others throughout the
country, who may Interest themselves in
procuring subserlptions,,will be allowed the
usual per centage.
CATHCART, MoMILLAN& MORTON,
Proprietors,
No. 18 Hayne SL Charleston, S. 0.
oct 24'05
The White Man's Paper,
THE NEW YORK DAY BOOK.
A FIRST Class weekly paper, in favor of
- the Constitution as It is, and the
Union a It was.
The a Book is not reprinted from a
daily, but Is made up exprersty for weekly
circulation, with a careful summary of the
news om all the Statds, and all parts, of
the World, 'with market Reports, Agricul
tural, Finance, Litexature, &o.
TRMs OA$-.ZN AD VANO.
One eopy one year $2 00
Three coples one year . bo
Five copies one year, and one to the
getter up of the club, 10 00
Ten copies one year, and one to the
getter up of tho club, 17 00
Twenty copies to one address 90 00
Old subscribers to the Day Book, through
out the'bouthern States, will receive the
value still due @heM, notifng us of
the prepent postoffice adrs.
Sedd fousap.a ime& *, whiob willpke
sent', postage fe, on up cation.
*Adsa giving poatoc, county~ and
State jaftll.
VAN EYRIE, HORTON & CO.,
Ne. 182 Nassau Street, New York.
For sale $y all mews dealers In cities and
towns oot 24'66
i4e'e Work gDaily Newa.
D AILY 'and Weekly. The Net Tork
Weekly News, a geat family news.,
aprBenjamin - Woo4 Proprietor-the
Xargt, best and chiapest paper published
In N w York. Single sopies, 6 cents; ohe
copy one year $2; three copies one year,
$6 60; five. copies one.year, $8 76; ten
copies one year, $17 ; and an extra copy
to any club of ten. Twenty one copies one
year, $80: the Weekly News Is seht to es-r
gym6d at $1 09.
- 'ea Yd4x DAn.Y tis ---To inall sub
aosibers, $10 per aaiduci six months, $6;
payments invariably lto advance. Specimen
copies of Daily and Weekly Nows sent free.
BilNJ. WOOD,
Daily News Building,
No. 19, City Hall Square, N. Y. City.
oct 24'6
Tb Boustierner,
rUasauD wEaKLY AT DAnalNOKoN, s. c.,
BY 5. M. DROWN.
ERMS of subsorption-To9 subseribers
on our books, $8.50; to new aubscri
Iera, $4. AdvertIsements per bquarw, first
insertios, $1.60; each subsequent lnser
tion $1. --
Advertisements not paid for in advan'oe
will be continued untJi paid for, ad be
charged accordingly.- Trantcient advertise
toests abust be paid fey Ia adli0.Adver
dusmente not marked fot a c Innuraber
of Jusertiona, will be conthei tintil 'for.
bid, slhd changed acoordiggly.
sot 24'A6
P.W B. ITH &C6 -
P1111 an *reide Book Publishin RMWoge.
58 rayetteville St., Raleigh, N. c.
- NAMBLBES:
IT 318. jrANX% MtribAUOl DOWNING
One vol. 10 mo; Fine Clotb Price $2.00
Thirls a thrilling story of hasrt.llf and' IthW
fasbiofable world, ind aside from adsorb
ing plot artistically interwoten, it aboutds t
gaggetlq0 thoughts and descriptivo p aes,.
grr,ad and exquisite i cbaractEr and as.
d106991PROM A ROULINGFSTONE
- Y TIONLLA-WAT RATARD- CLAIK.
1uthor of "Reminiseenses of Cuba," "Wood'
Notes" "'Tranaltlonsof Maguerite," "Ladyr
Tartefe," utc.
-Onevol., 16 mo cloth, ........Price $1.2&'
Co4inp complete poetical writing* ot the
popul authore; and is a beautiful setting
of all the sparkting diamonds that have been
fund clingina to the "rolling *tone" of a
igreat life, as it washed with the ebb and flow
of the seethingtide of Thofght andImagina.
tion. - .
T HI ANGE,
o
A SkeMet of OW Reasons and Fats ohich
made we a Baptist.
BY A.Iy. T, 8.'. ZINGs1a1.
One volume, 16 mo, cloth, ....#..Price *2.60
But few writere wield a pen with such con.
summate skill. grace and vigor as Mr. fings.
bu7. Hie book has received the most hearty
and earost critidal endorsement of Elders T.
E. Skinner. J. D. Huffman, Editor Biblical Re.
corder, A. R. Cobb, Cop. Seo. N. C. Baptist
BoarA of Missions, and other eminent Divines,
"No Haptist family should be without it. No
opponeut of the Baptists should fail to read it."
oct 19'0
The Daily fxpres, .
PETERSBUJG, VA.,.
H AS entered upon its fifteenth years in an
entarged form', with now type. under
auspices highly flattering. It has large and
daily increasing circulation,and'o retomer.
ebants and others desiring to communicate
with the Southern public, advantages sarpass.
ed by none.
.ADVBRTISING .RATZS:
01l SQUARf
Two weeks.................... So09
One month...................... 6 on
Two months.............,.... It 00
Three months..................... .15 00
Six months............. . 24 00
One year...................... d0 W'
TWO &QUARMU
Two weeks..................... 010 00
One month........................ 12 00
Two months............... 16 U0
Three months.......... ...... 1800
six months ................... 30.00
One year...................... 60 00
Persona desiring a greater quantity of space
than above designated, will be accommodated
on liberal terms.
SUBSCRIP TION RA TBa
Single Copy, (mailed) ' ots'
One,month, do 76 ',
This. months, do 02-00
Six months, do 3 00
Oney4ar, do a ge
Address
A. F,. CRUTCHFIELD & CO
oct24'66 Petersburg, Va.
EVERYBODY SHOULD HAVE A COPY
'ulhernal Kevenne guide.
1 EING an abstract of the Internal Revenue,.
a full Direct (or Land) Tax Laws of the
nited States, with Hchedules of Taxation,
Licenses. Stamp Duties, Exemptions, show
ing the Rates under the various Tax Law
since July 1, 1862. and intended for the gene
ral information ot the Tax-Payers: to which
is added an Absta.t of the Acts of Congress
pased during the War, relative to Abanaon.
ed Lands and other matters of general inter
est. By E.. J. Elrford. Attorney at Laws
Greenville. S. C.. Assessor of the internal.
Revenue Tax for the rhird Collection District
in South Carolina.
The Book will coptain about 79 pages, and
will be issued in a few weaks. Price 50 can ,
pero6py, with a liberal disoountto the trade.
Orders must be aocompanied with the oalh to
icure attention. Address,
G. E. ELFORD, Publisher,
oat 24'66 *. Greenville.S. C.
The Southern Ezpress Conapani
PFFER unsarpassesi faellities for'the ship.
mnent (from Augusta and points South.)
Cotton, Cotton oo, .and heavy freights,
for Savannah, New Yok an al osNot
qad West. .*e . dal~ so
Through.receipts' given on whIch insurano
can be efiboted at lowest rates.
Internal Revenuo Tax will be paid or bonds.e
given by this Company, in accordance with
regulationsof the United States Tresry Do
partment.
For partioulars and rates, inquire of South
Th eComny o prepared to forward
GOLD AND SILVER COIN, CUR1tBNVY
' PARCELS, AND FREIGHTS,
To Petersburg, Va., ILynehburg, Va.,
* Daavie, Va., I rstoi, Tnt,..
Genoro'.N. C., Salisbury, Ni o.,
Raleg, N. b., Weldon, N. C..
Goldaboro', jf. C., Walmington, N- (1.
A ND 'O WAY 5TAT0115 ON TH5
Virginia and epeassee Railroad. South-Side
Rilroad, Raeigh an Gatn iroad. i
mington had Weldon Railroad, and Westirm
N. C. Railroed.
LETTtRS, MONE T PACEAtSES ANDs
SMALL PARCELS,
i'o Coloimbia, S.'C., .Charlqeton, S. C.,
*Augusta. Gas, Psl%aanal,Ga:1
Macon, ba., Colgmboa, O.
Mobile, Ala., Mongoery, Ala.,
Selma, Ala., . Jacksoba. Miu.,
New 'Orleans, La.
AND TO WA? eTTvorse earT33
Charim4te & S. (. Railroad otf Carolina.
Railroad. Georga tIW road,Msicon'nd Wes,.
er 'Railread, Aelasnta and West; Point ltalb,
road, Southwestern Railroad, Southern 'Patis.
road, and Alabama and Mississippi Railroad.
Al(Goody shippe by the A dams and Har,de.N
Express Ompraen and taarked!'to ca ore
of the 1ho~ev U ress (Comipany, will be
prom lyfuW.d~ to, destitiation,
Fre y eteamealp' to oer oares
god wVlba
bctl.lC D

xml | txt