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THE TRi-EEtKL EWS.
VOLUME I.] WINNSBORO, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, SEF1EMBER 7, 1865. [NUMBER 76.
I'HE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS:
1Y J. E. BRITTON.
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THE INSURRECTION IN HAYTI.--Bos
ton, August 21.-By tho arrival of the
'brig Example att this port, we have ad
vices from Cape Haytien to July 25.
- The rebels still held the.place, sus
taining a daily cannonading from the
mttional troops. whe had failed to inflict
much damage. only three persons having
having been killed, and a few housps
It was thought that so long as the
rebels could obtain a supply of aminuni
tion and provisions they could hold out.
A vessel recently rau in with a sup
ply of provisi.ons, although the port is
blockaded by two usteamers.
Provisions were getting short. in the
-city. There was only adven days' sup
ply on hand.
The foreign consuls attempted to
niedipte between the belligerents, but
wif hout success. -
The lives of the American and Eng.
lish consula had been frequently threat
ened, by the roebel, owing to their sup
posed symopath ywith the cause of Gef
RESTonATrro 0?. SoUTUI.nE FstATCI.
TO. PARnONEI) OwN.,ns.-Daring the
last week tipwards of .a dozen citizens of
'the Smuth. who had obtained their par.
dons, made personal application at the
Freddmen's Blreitu for the restoration
of lands which had ben taken in-to cus
tody ofthe Bureau. On production of
the certifloates of pardon, the applicants
were furnished'with orders upon the lo.
cal agents of tie Bureau . in the South
for the restitution of the property claim
led, with the - provision that the owners
11# adte to compensate the blacks for the
crops'key may be cultivating. thereon,
or. cavo them in undisturbed possession
unPil the same are, harvested.
IHoESs CAPTURED.DtrRING ToE RE
DftLj0X._1NThd Quattermaster General
ha& issued ati order, under instructions
from the Secretary of War, in reference
to horses re-captured from . the rebel
armies, to the effect that where: a horse
e~a.. red from the rebels is identified by
of as the property of a loy
'al citisaaj claitn of- such citizen to
his propet be recognized .by re '
turtnng the ho him,' o'r if the e.
cessities of the se vent such re
turn, by pay"idg for it ornpge v
erment price of the:distt epts to
~e taken iv all pates in dupli
TREN'foN, SUGUsT 30.-ID thes
oeratic Cet)vention, Gen. Rn
was ignanimousy' nominated oS.
,Rwsblutions were adopted' charging
*bor'codequeef's of the war on; the
t$~ionfa sectinal Bresident and tibe
'E sin~ o ~,etionsi pa fry fav'oying
ag~t~tl~d insistihg oi .4 idhyopf
p inuqau seffrage~'and
* hSP~ Arekt wih resident
Linton Stephens and ex-Governor
Joe Brown of Georgia, had an interview r
with the President Monday, with a view .
of procuring the pardon of A. H. Stb. tI
phens,,of w hon the first named is a broth. "
or. Mrs. R. M. T. Hunter, accompained
by Secretary Seward, also had an inter.
view for the purpose of procuring the
release of her husband, who is now a
prisoner of State at Fort Pulaski. It
is said ho desires to leave the United B
States never to return.
W#e are informed, says the Augusta
Chronicle & Sentinel of the 18th, that
the ladies of Georgia have addressed a
petition to President Johnson for the
purpose of obtaining the pardon and re
lease of Mr. Davis. The petition is now
being circulated for signatures. The la
dies of that city and vicinity were to have
a meeting in connection with the pur
pose of the petition. .
The Wadington Reptiblican under
stands that Maj. Gen. Philip H-. Sheri
dan endorses the proposition of the
merchants and planters of the South
west, set forth in their petition to the l
Fresident, to tax all cotton 15 per cent., i
and to abandon the attempt to confiscate e
any of the staple on account of any sup- of
posed right acquired by the United
States on account of having been claim- t
ed by the Confederate Government' as
its property. fi
Fir.-A fire. occurred at the South 4
end of Main street, in this towp, on
Wednesday night the 234 nilt., which T
resulted in the destruction of the large 8
steam merehant mill of Mr. S. J. Kuy. n
kendal. The origin of the fire is not
known ; tl-.e loss is estimated at.$3,500. c<
' [ Yorkvil, Engetirer. si
S-Ur.-We learn that Dr. Alexan- V
der White. living on the West side, of b:
Broad River was shot while sitting at his ci
supper table one eveniig last week. The Is
cause or particulars have not reached "
us.- Yorkville Enquirer.
The first bale of the new cotton erop d
of Texap was sold in New Orleans on in
the 16th ult. On that day over 4000 "
bales changed hands-the heaviest op: a
erations of any one day since the war a
Petersburg tlross Works. All
. PETERSBURG, VA. a,
A LT kinds of Castings and Wronght *
Iron Work done at short notice, and
Plough casting, of tilt patterns, Iron fronts,
railings, Saw and Grist Mills. Orders filled
,si- promnptly shipped.
r. ALPIONSO JACKSON,
sept 7'65-,6f Fupprintendent. 6
AND FoR SALn AT
D. 11. M o C R.E I G I T ' S.
F''T oa the list o now don't repine)
Is family FLOUR, which is rare and
SODA (New Castle's) next, so don't think it
That others than you should receiv6 all the
lard. ' 0
You ought to have IIERRING, if herring
*nd .MACKERAL you'll take when you
can'. get a pike.
0f delicate (the children) especially if tle've
Then come by all means and get. them some
if crumbs they .d seatter all over the room
Tkhea send the along, they'll And a good
And here's a nikee miitgre, 'ti CRACKERS
Which everbody says will give a hungry
stomach ease, -
And last, tho' not least, agood article for
the weather, go ril o
Are On. Aundred andjfrtymine peunds of
A OJUARMEINO NW BOOK!
IttPress: will be issuied'1.1,0otober, 1885,
Bg WM. B. SMITH & Co.,
Field and Fireside Book Publishing House,
88 Fayetieville 8N Raleigh, N. C.
A k M SRB4 :
yv us. wAnvat MVboK owaixo.
Op. 'volume. 10 ro ; jigCloh h
S is reallyf ttharlnili ~t of'
to 30 and' t150 4 1
to~ es 0
HE Misqes MARTIN will
L open a School for girls it
elr residence in Blanding
reet, Columbia, S. 0., on the
et Monday in October.
A few boarders rece' ed Into the family.
For terms, etc., apply as above.
sept 7'65-lawtloop:5 oi
A PROCLARIATION !
y the Provisional Governor of South
EXECUTIVE DJPARTMENT S. C.,
HEREAS, a seeminji confflict of 2
jurisdiction having ar en between o
ie civil and military authorit e of Spqth
irolina, under the Provisional Govern
ent of the State; and whereas, Major Gen
al Gillmore, commanding the Department
South Carolina. having sought an inter
ew with me, as Provisioail overnor, in
ie presence of Major General Mleade, com. S
anding the Atlantic States t and whoreas, -
1 matters giving rise to the seeming con
ct. were adjusted and arranged with the r
meent .and approval of Major General
Now. therefore, I, BENJAM AN FRAMP- b(
[N PEllY, Provisional Gov rior of the
'ate of South Carolina, do proclaim and
ake known, that the termsof iis arrange
ent are as follows : "That n all oases a
here freedmen or persons of e or are con- D
rneAd, the Courts of .tlh Provo Marshals
Mll have exclusive cognizano to try and
Uust them, for the present, nd that all
her cases shall be le'rd and adjudicated
r the civil courts, municipal aut orities ana
vii officers, under and acmoling to the
we of South Carolina. Th t the civil
urts shall be opened under thb Provision
Government, and all civil awo municipal
1lcers be allowed to resume their official
ities and discharge them freely iithout
terruption on the part of the military au
orities. That. it is further understood "
Doral Gillmore will issue a military order
aI Governor Perry, will in like manner, is.
e ais proclamation, making known this.
rangement, which is to continue till civil
thority Is entirejy restored in this State
d the Government reconstructed."
And I do hereby call upon all persons
id order them to strictly obey and carry
t the jerms of lils arrangemeat.
Done in the city of Columbia, the day anad
year above stated. 13. F. PERRY.
By order of the Provisionvi Governor.
W. I. Picn'ty, Private Secretary.
So- Te newtpapers of the State will
we three insertiqus. sept 7'65-8
.P&'ovistosmal Goverunsts. to
qOTICE is hereby given, that fronm
I 'and aftir the seventh day of Septem
ir next, the - Headquartors of the Provis
Dal Governor will be at Cclumbia, where
I commuviicstions addressed to him must '
i directed. WILLIAM I1. PERRT,
- Private Secretary. ,
Greenville, 8. C., August 28, 1865.
SW Stato papers will copy three times.
seipt 7 ' 11.-8
sectative Department of I. 4.,
-AUGUST? 2B, 1865.
N&o t facilitate the' business o
.Wq4tsaeo Convention abouateqteem
p4i p~ 18th of Septraer-L~it 1s oded
snh~4Iowhy-Geneuad4 So1I eo sof
I pli 4o te
C ~qt~ Urt of oitt 9laa
sale at D. D. IllcCREIGHT'S
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.
AT LEVENTRITT'S BUILDING.
well selected -
Calicoes, Ginghams, Homespuns, Hats,
ispenders, Hosiery, Gloves, Combs sd
rushee, - with a variety of fauby articles,
ceived by LADD BROS.
sept 4'65- -o
LL kinds of Morchandize, Country
Produce, &c., &c., received and sold
commission at LADD BROS.
R. C. 1. LADD has removed his
office to the rear of Laddi Bros.' Drug
ore, Leventritt's building. sept 4'60
TO TIlE PUBLIC.
[9IE undersigned has commenced
L business in the store under the Winns
>ro Hotel, where he intends keeping a
STOCK OF GOODS
itablo to the country and town trade, con
Pe will purchase or take In exchango
gntry produce.of all kinds, and solioits a
are of public patronage.
sppt 4'65--8 M. L. BROWN.
H OME AGAIN,
1'o Meet my Friends onep More I"
3EGS leave to inform I1is patrons
that he is.
execute workmanship in the best style
id with dispatch, on clocks, watches .and
welry of t. very description.
Work warranted to give entire satisfac
on and done cheap. (sept 4'05-1m14
40. 2, BANK RANGE.
HE undersigned has just received,
and offers for sale, at the lowest mar.
he following deg4rable articles:
OPZ A FLANBL,
THE CHItTIAN JIDEX.
B Y the First of October, or as soon as
the mails are re-established, I will re
new the publicationa of the "CIIRIISTIAN
INDEX" and the "CHILD'S INDEX"1 have
Price of "Index," per annum $3 00
Price of "Child's Idex," " : . 50
Money may be remitted at once, as my de
termination is posailc. My desire is to se
cure a large subscription list with which to
begin, and I issue this prospeotus that sub
scribers may have time to forward their ro
It is my ijntention to issue first class pa
pers, and no pains or expense will he spared
to secure that end. The best writers and
correspondents will be secured, and the
highest religious and literary talent will be
given to the papers. The CHILD'S PA
PER will be profusely illustrated and will,
in every sense, be made to conform to
new ritle. -
'Tle Chaild's Deligaht.
Money may 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 facilities.
My connection with the firm of J. W.
Burke & Co., is dissolved, but I will estab.
lish an office in Macon, Pa., where commu
nications inay be addressed.
* - Carolina,.Georgia and Altbama pn
pers, daily and weekly, will copy one month
and send bill to 8. B.
00L U M B IA9 ,S. C.
THE undersigned, having -leased the
LARGE AND COMMODIOUS BUILDING
lnown as the "Columbia Methodist Female.
College," will open it tis a
FItRST.,CL AS HOT FL,
on September 7.
T. 8. NICKEBSON, Proprietor.
'WILLIS & 0III81O11,
Factors, Commission Merchants,
OFPFIC, M11LS i OUSJ,
CHARLESTON, S. C.;
V. wILLis. A. n. C11iSioL)I.
W ILL attend to the purchase, sale
an4 shipment-(to Foreign and Do
nestic Ports)--bf Cotton, Eipe, Lumber,
Naval Stores : to the Collection of Drafts,
Purchase and Sale of all Securities. Con
signments of vessels solicited.
Messrs. JOILN PRASER & CO., Charles
ton, S. C.
Messrs. GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Charleston, S. C.
Messrs. GEO. A. HOPLEY & CO., Char
GEO. SCHLEY, Esq., Augusta, G4.
T. 8. METCALF, Esq., Augusta. G.
Messrs. CLAl' , DODGE & CO., N.ew
Messrs. MURRAY & NEPHEW, Npw
Messrs. E. W. CLARK & CO. PhIladel
Messrs. PEltDERQRAS87, FENW1QK &
CO., Baltinore, M.
MeAssr. SAM UEL HARRIS & O48, Bal
8g' All South Carolina- papers will copy
weekly for one month, and send bills to the,
Charleston Courier office.
PRiL PS & DAWSON.
IG osgnets and oadeirs so*
eicied, atd promptly attended to. K
r~ 't t o In