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THE TRI-WREKL HE D
"35DhOY EcENING,,AWL 25, 1865.
- The Ladies'Soldr2 Aid Association will
meet nezMwnday aernoo; a 4 0'Cloek.
Parties remitting us ten dollarm, will please t.ke
notice, that this amount with only pay for' two
months, the subscription price ,haviog been rais
ed to fifteen dollars.
R. C. C. at Ninety Six, is informed that fifteen.
dollars, for himself and two others, wli not pay
for the paper for three-months, and that each has
received credit for one moth..
Death of Abrahami Lincoln.
The startling rumor of te'death of 1resideft
Lincoln which.reache6 our community Sa'turday
night, i, we.are told, confirmed. Severahiorth
era papers were seen in mourning. The part!cu
las *H be found in anotber column. - Should
the intflgence of the tragedy prove true (and
thera seems' to be but 1ittle room for doubt) it.
woulf appear that Mr. Lincoln has expiated the.
penalty-of this :awful revolution with his own
blood. It reay be even at the near approach of
the grand consumation of peace-that he was not
to wit-ess th-e issue. The deed, (if'done at all)
was committedby some one for private wrongs
receirad- we 1CAPnothing could atone for but the
blood of the gre4t leaders of the revolution-for
we learn that an attempt was also wade upon
Secretay Sevrard's life.
Wat'a mysterious hovid ce surrounds us.
"lan"s:extremity is God's oortunit'." In the
midst of the mightiest throes of a nation's agony,
while bearded men are bowed and women agQ
tie frotn the depth of Aearful, sorrowing,stricken
bearti',becase of the awful upheavat and tribula
tion tha afflie. our land, and i' the midst of the
overwhelming triumphs of-the~foe-we catch a
glimpse of ihe p e white light of peace. So wua
Aen the transition-even in the hojrr of our diep
es. glooia-that we dare not-overlook the guiding
bland 6f pw ever watchful Pro'denge. .
-An arliitice is agreed upon. We leave the
We'ad the pleasure of an interview last week,
with our gallant young (bachelor) friend, LieuL.
.Foyt,-of the Anderson Intelligeneer. He carries
with bim an honorable wound received in battlef
and giI along gracefully with one*;rutch. We,
wouR advite some o6e of our young lady friends
to capture Hoyt. Heiis a trump.
We were allso very happy in meeting in our
snctu-ouu'very kind frieund and emp!6yer'in
he hialoyen days ofpenee-Mr.Heart, quandom
editor of theilereazry. During the "incien' regi
me he taught our-fingers niu:bly to pick the little
typs..M many a weary night, at aill hours-even
*ayant the wal,hase we,Sie jr., as "pnter'imp",
waited on'him ina his diysterious sanctum for
"more copy." ke:looks well as in days pf yore.
* We wish hi1m everything good.
Late Saturday night we also bid the .pleasure'
* of greeting two more friend, and fellow craftmien
-members of them art typographique. Dodge
atad Withingtoni, foremen of Evans & (ogsweWls
hte mamtuoth printing office, . Columbia. These
gentlemnen are .on their way to Greenville to
aperintend the Legislative printig. .&fter hay
inE had a m~any "lean takes"' in poor Columbia,
we 'wish them much ?"fat" in -Gre'enville.
en. Stoneman's command is - said to benat
Roethill, 5. C. Rations are issced to t! em from
the eommissrys of Newberry. T&' the honor of
Gen. Stonenwn's comcpand, be t said, that they
,*ue noder splendid .discipline-their course is
n3ver marked by,the ashes of pri'.ate property
- -nor the wail'of the outraged:
Thi eection of our State has been signally
blessed: Threatened at various times by raids,
they have always beeii averted. At one4 time by.
* the jresence of a portion of the Western Army,
and at another by. a timely armis:a. It is mat.
ter for devout gratitude. Stonemnaw awaits the
.termjnation of the armistice, and 'should it not
result favorab,",and we be visiled- by a raid in~
the- near ftt:e, it*'will be by a considerate foe.
The 'Cans' of the 'Piar' at Columbia.
For' the benefit of the u:informned,and to se'ttle
mnany doubts existing as to the origin or cause of
.the destruction of Columbia by fire, we publislI
verbatim~ 'the following logical solution. It is
*said to emanate from a yankee officer, and judg
ing from the style he oughtto krnow, as 'the act
is in keeping with the note:
"The ogus of this fiar is from the caus pf the
treatment of Col. Hlay and Lieut. Adams, since
they have been in this. town (Columbia.) Yor8,
with respee." (No signature.)
Confedetate refugees are repidly arriving at
Philadelphia, and a public maeeting had been*
called to provide for them.
Gen. Johnston's army is at Greensboro, N. C
LtUcoln1Assmsinated, and Seward-and
-qquMortay Wounded iM
The startling rUmor of the assassination of
Abraham Lincoln ias prevaleit in OUr comu
nity Pn Saturday, b't was not generally credited
until late at night,'when w* received a printed
slip from Chester, containing thefollowing tele.
graphic dispatches. We lear'h from gpntlemen
from Columbia'that sinilar dispatches were re-.
ceived on Friday"Knorning by Gen. Lovell.
GREENSBoRo, Ap:l-19, 1865..
GENERAt ORDER No. 14.
It is announced to.the Army that a suspension
of alms has been agreed upon, pending, negotia
tions between the two Governments.
Duringr ftseontinunce the two trmies are tq
occupy their present positions.
By command of General JoHNsToX:
-ieut. Col. and A. A. G.
Official copy: IsACHATNE.
WAsiING'N, April 1' 1365.
To MAOR-GENERAL SHER"AN
President Lincoln. was murdered, vbout ten
.o'clovk last night, inshis private box \ at Ford's
Theatre, in this city, by an assagin, who shot
lIm in the head with a p'sto: ball.. At the same
hour Mr. Seward's house ws entired by anotber
assassin, whostabbed-the-.ei-etary. in several
places. It is thoughthe- may possibly -recover,
but his son'Fred mnay,possibly die of tii,inds
The assassin 6f the Presidint leaped fromw tfie
private box, bradishing his pistol, and esplaim
ing "Sie Semper Tygannis-VRGeINA IS RsNG
ED !" Mr. Lincoln fell senseless- from his sbat,
and continued in Viat conditiog antil 22 'inutei
past 10 o'I'Ck this -moring,jat which, time he
breathed his last. 411
Vice-President Johnson now becoes Presi
dent, and will take the of bifice and assume the
E. . STANT.ON
The Way Gergia Editors ate Treate.
We notice in the Baptist Banner, of -Augusta,
that its editor, Jas-. Ells, bytke.way as clever
and agreeable a gentleman,as might be foubid ir
a summer day's journey, has sufferedlie-hidig
nity of having wool prlled orhi-eyes, in thu
shape of a new hat. Being a.peaceable and qiet
gentlerpan he did not resist,Mand . meek-ly wears
the wool-placeedthere by the enterprising mann-.
factteg. J1. . Turner,'who turns oug e)ery
variety of 'tile.' Whether we .wouki - renain as
quiet, under like treatment, we cannot at present
Rumor lovers, and hose..who delight fu the
uirvellous, will find tllemlsel'ves in thie-shade'nov.
The foliewieg hard nut is taken train the "Ban
ner of Freedom," pulglished by the Tankees dur
~ing their bri a tay:in Sumter.
"Richmo'd'rid Peterdburg have at ;last sue
cumbed to the valor of our arms.' Gen. Grant,.
at. the head of 190,009 veteran - troops, charged
through tlie streets .of the city. There wgs the
most terrible slaughter. Gen; Grant -encomiter
ed Gen. Lee in person, and ..fter much severe
fighting, kill~ -'him .and -took him \prisoner.3
-Grans was-himself wounded fi twenty-five places,
three balls- passing .through .his sp;inal column,
and five through his:heart. -His life is despaired
The Colutmbis jemale College.
Thr Trustees- and 'Facult; of dhe Cotumbia
feuale College, in view sofbe neessryv sus
pension of the exercises, have -graduated the
following r..mbers of the - Senior Class. Diple
mas will-be furnishedi as -soon as. they- can be
Szrna Cuss.--MHes Annie E. McCullough,
Isadrat Huggins, Hattie Ann Seun, Ara e
Jones Nart, Alice Walker, Mary -'C. Feusson,
Tallulali Strohecker, Sallie A.- Daniel, Euigenia
H9dge, Talic J. Perry, Anna A. Costerey, Laura
Hill, Adella J. Jednings, -Kate Talulah Nichols,
-Viola E. Short, Augusta Zimmerman, -J. C Don-.
aidsen, Kate McIntyre, Jennie Spanni, Mary J.
Drafts, Emma H. .arker: The firs? -ten received
the first honor. --
. The following' members ha-ve'graduated with'
first honor -in -music : Miss .Cartie Thompson
Miss Augustas Zimmerman. -
- - C. Hf. ? l')T, Secretary.
it is rumored that N'ew Orleans has fallen into
the hands of the French ; that Charleston is
blockaded. Anidy Johnson -declared insane and
the instigator of the assassination of Lincoln and.
Seward, and Grant 4eclared military, dictator
and blue backs and green backs at par. Lastly
ta Wheelern cs.vairy have beeni disbanded.
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I:GENEElAI HOSPI -
Nzwbuna 4. A&pril 2,l
TxeeaIif te SICK ind DWOVDji| 7
. odTspectoily notifybe ladies(f
berrv" #d 16einity that 1ontrib#tjons of A
BUITER, EGGS; and EGETABLES wil be
ihankfully reeived. at the College buflding.
Apr. 25,.16-It Surgeon in GhaChge
OS a Leathern Havrsack, cainig1ro
in Gold, and valuable'papers.
A liberal reward will bp$aid for the -w1i*ry
of the haversack and papers to'
COL. JOHN C.FL;j I
-t- Care Maj. Gen. McLaws,,AO'gusta,-Gs -
Ap 25 16tfi
R. B. F. WATKINS,, respectfully ffers; him,
professional services to the !itizen' of
Newberry, and adjacent neighborhoods.
He oan -be seen at the residence of rs. A.
Apr. 22; 15-,3.
Wanted to Hire.
WRMAl to do thq work of a arn ly,
for whosi good woges will be givea. Ap
ply-at' this offic
Apr. 22, 15-3
ADITI- & isPEcToa GE.i e. OrICE
Apri 2, 8B5.
Genemii The first, se6ond an4. ,tird Soutli
Qarblina Regiae,nts of C&vatry.and Treholm'S
Battalion, Ive been. reently,organizt. into a
Brigade by, 'e War Deparment, anyou ap
pbinted .to',Ominand IL
Before e,tering. upon the duty, the adjutait
abd Inspecto General, directs that you iW pro
ceed to South Carolina and visit Ateh, places in
the State'as'inay be necessa y to collect the men
belonging to said organization.
When. they have been assembledi yon will take
charge ofhem and report, withou delay to
Gen. J. E. Johnston foi duty.
I am General',, very- Aspectfully
Ybnr diert servant.
JOHN W..RIELY, J&j.. and Adjt.
To Brig., Gen. M1..L. Bouhan,:Greensboro, N. C.
CurZmr.z, C., April I8, 185.
The men b4anging to the -a'bove command*
now in South CarDlinf, who canft -goKforwar
sonner, will niet me.at Union, C. H.,.on -or be
fore the 1st May prox., ^ppared toWreport as
Those, not of.the commani,-*U have attaine&
the.age-of 18, o. obtain9g the coeat oFithe
General bommauding Aeser e'For'e,"of South
Oiha,. will be reeeived with te 'prifilege of
eting their companies and'tegimente
4 cavalry of Gen. J. E. Johnsgon's army, who
aanotago forward soone, wi t be received until
they cain join their respectiveofma*ibds.
* Capt Wm: F. Nan, Assi.aptiAdjutankGene.
ral, who is under orders to' report t-Gen Johr.'
sten, will iict onder my drd,erd until hebaff j.iw
General Johnist6n's armyv.'inder 'the.abe in"
streetions dhh1iOAdjutanit%nduus*#etot' Gener
'All orders signed by -hini will be'obhe,d.
Apr. 22 -* Brig/Gen.4. AC.S~
H1fF&ANNUA L -gLECTION for''NIRT$NK
bl DREOTO'RS of this BANK, will be' he1
at the Banking gonse,' on WVedutesday, ~M#za
nest. -'B.. D. BOYD, .Preesd..
April 18, 1865S. 143
h~e Planters ande~Mcbis Bank, of t .
ABBEVIrL, C. ., April 17th, 1865.
HEanniual election ~for THIRTEENT DIREC
ITO RS of this MANK -illIbe held at-its. of
fee-ih: this place, oni MONDAY. 1st MArK ensu
ing,betwe~en th'e lionrs of-10 o'clock, a. mn., amd
StockhOlders may voTe either i person or by
proxy. W. E. HSKF&L,i
A pr. 19, 14-3t Caahier.
ILarge't'earl Buttons, s:i bfre for Eeuti Sum
mer Coats;,or for Li'dies' Dresses sad Sadmmner
Large an,dimall E1lastie Buztin
Also a feir more paesp ais, whte
Toilet Combs' and Fine (oks
Black and Coo es1p Sli .~ *
B i,k ja Qoo elx"Thread,
-Leather J3eIts, a nice article,
Besides an.y qfua&nit y of Letter, Nohte A%d Fool's
Cap Paper, also Envelopes.
-So bring along your Confederate money.
MARSHALL & BROTHER..
Apr 18, 13-tf.
iF YOU WANT Ta BUY,
'MARSHALL & BROTHER
Will openito-dlay a few choice patterns
of SUMMER DRESS' GOQDS,'
consisting i art of. M. De.
lanes an Englishy Ba
rages, also some~
Beautiful ShaWl8 for'Sunme.
ap.18 13 tf
niON, RON, IRON.
IHAVE ON JRAND A LARG&BJQ OF TIRFE
J and.HOOPIRO' which I iln ziig for
PROVISIOKS of any it A.H1RS
. Aprl1 4
8 .- -~ -L
rM L DESATAU th,
ai:eehviIe, C ;..o n Thiraday, 27tk
.4TOCKHoEDERS.*iI bge paabed w4
sad imetig FR of CARGE as:bsIsI
Apt. 18, 1-4t
a te A6ix-ayr
a!pprised of;-y+apsn#* t u
places of colle6tion1 ditrhp oied tAik
I take this.timd o m' . ee i
aboutin order that they ziuy,
o-*aking their. retarn4 '
*deace of my im tth 5 AI e
I-'i ther go'to Ne - _
lb* untirsa1ar4ay; V
time-the books wiltbe eloe. ii- .
make returns by-tV- ou$ -
doab4eTax. - 4
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tais DEPOT, until funkreirde ow R'.
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fareOf t' eStte a requir.sAu frtha
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of R epe tate tof thOSat bf.onh ~ --.
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dthre ereeo th areb
Athyat hisU~m be o e he t q
puetnxA ymtssnrberso eSeaeadote
of Jape~naryvnyyj theonaeyd.St He.nao
ore hrebninevire' se.n ibe ittgh e il e
I ~Wi.iv bS eta reward Nagea
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