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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 22 February 1866

\oMAN.--MrS. Stevens, the "sweet -stlry'write-," has. somewhere, throwi - oft this elequent passage: - "Woma", womaA --truly she. is a Tqiricle. Plce her amid fflowers, foster her as a tender p1dut. and "she . thing of' fancy, waywardness, and -domething of' folly-annoyed by a -Adew-drop, fretted by the touch of a but terfly's wing, ready to faint nt the rus tie of a beetle. .The zephyrs are too -rough, the showers too heavy ; and she is o'verpowerd by the perfume of a rose bud. .Bilt let.real calamity come, ronse * hor affectioji; enkindle the fires .of her liirt, and mnark her then. How her .ihart. sirengtlens itself; how strong is her puli Place her in the heat of hat. t,iner t ohild a bird, anything -t) phr pities, 4o protect. annd see het, it lelated itistance, raising her - white -arris tit a Phiefd, and as her own blool. crimgons. br upturned forehead, praying ,ir life to prot,ect the he4pless. Tratasplant her into,the dark places of eattli, awaken her energies to action. . 1...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 22 February 1866

IHE1; COASTITUTION wK Tlir PaoPLK OF THE STATE OF soUTn cAo * "CiNA- 101 OURt tE.i 11W I CO)NVIIMiON b-RT, Do ORDAIN AND ESTAUL1-TI118s CONsTI TUTION FOR THU GViVERNMEtNET OF TUE FAID STATE. - 0Oe ARTICLE I. Satouow. The Legislative authoriAy of this State shall be vestd In a General Assebmnbly, which shail dottoret of a Senato. andi a4ouse of.Represeot$tlv-es. SiCoTU* 2,.The ilnuso of Representa'tIves shall be composed of Mernber. .chosoh by bnm lot. eve'y second year. by the 'otiz*sof this Si-tae, qualified as in this Co1ftitutiol is.,pro. stcpdos 3. Each Judicial District In the .State 111all conititute one kleelirin Disltriel, lex cept(CharlesIon DIstrict. wI-ieb shall e dlivi. del.1 11nt t 4wo Ee-tion ietricts,onl cotisltiug of the ltate Parishes of -Rt. Phillip and St. - Michaoel, t'he 4elsiplnated the Election Ds. trict of tharleston i the oth-r consisting of ol that part of the 4,udicial Didiriot, which is - withouiiho, hmoi of shid Parishes, to be known - %ketion Uihtrictio...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 24 February 1866

40; By.GaIlard rs] WINNSBORO, 8. 0. SATURDA VMORNING, YEBRUARY 24, 1866. CVOL IL-No. 11 To Persons Wishing tasettle in We publish by reqest dtie following interesting invitation to persons who -desire to emigrate. .A syniopsia has al. teady-appeared in the Enqguirer: *4'he doors of the Erpire are wide opoi, ima ie Majesty, the Eiperor,' lias -in a most liberal decree,- invited jm, migration from all qiarters, and without distinct.ion atute eakionality. ")fany peoti'e, both in the old world and-th" new, ha'ig heard of this invi. tation, wish-to tange .their skies, and to avail thenite- of 4she privileges: geAtminropres--iating severnl thous and families in .Europe, and hundrods itn Tv;essee, Misaouri, - Arkasas, Texas, t.h Qarolinas acid Louisiana in the Oni-. led'Stawk are ow* anxiouly seeking information in regaid to the country, the conditionl and resources, 'ithl the view of mnaking it their.heme. 41Qousidering t.hAt blhnost Lat. only source of inforiuation -pen to them, upon thi...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 24 February 1866

WINNSBORO. SatIurdity Morning, Fpbruqry .14t p866. S'1. P. Sun1)sP i, E-q., is the sole -goi. for this paper in Charcst1in, S. C Woe Uave received r new and large supply 9f paper simtable to job *printing of All descriptions. New Adticisements. See card of J. Smith Phillisp, Draper and T.Jlor, Charleston, S. C. We take piensuro III bringing I his former citizen of our town, before our renders. le is tho successor of a dismingiished firm and of ackniowIedged energy Iait slkil in his depaitment. We have no dolubt of his success In his liew field of work. . . - P1resiticit's Veto. iiacompar~bl the most significanit and 1momIentouN eveith since Gien(.. Lee V; ounited his arms at Appoimatox, are noml 11ranlspir ing in Washigton. Our littest inlelligeinte in11,41r11- us of t ie veto of tie bill for OU, litgilng 1ih POwOrs (If tie JreeMllmans 111 re'tu, by President Jphnson. This bill had wv4sed both Homses of Conigress by mavjori ies of over three fourtisof these bodies, and It. dId not s...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 24 February 1866

.5-Sitoipctio AAPA-..:-XW liu%b A rtv.--A'story has been floatingabout town for sev'eral days whi6h seems iri. cre4tble,.but it has come to us from so nanly oue fit * are hardly per ttted't6 doub5t it, thoug VM liave not -'b'ten'able to learn ful particilars. 'Vgive the stty as it comes to us, .s Rleaw our readers to take it with at grains of allowance they may. The 'tale runs that a aturied s'oldies was foitud frozen in the grove near Urbana, 'and taken into a barn, where he laid for 'everal days before burial. Soon after 'his intermnt, while some men were en. gaged in digging a grave, they heard ictrattge sounds, which so frightened them that.they left the cemetery in haste, under the impression that ghosts and goblins had taken' possession of the citf of the ddad.' Their wonderful story de. termined others to investigate the mat. ter, and the grave of :ttio soldier was opened, when the horrible'discovery was made that he hadhee en combed alive, his body. yet retaining so,e warmth...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 24 February 1866

THE CONSTITUTION SOUTH CAROLINA, Wm, TnE PSOPLE OF THE &TAT8 OP sOUTH OARO LINA, OV OUa IfELEGAT8-4 IN cONVk:NTFIN METT, Do ORDAIN ATD ESTABLISHTITIs C NSTI . TUTION FOR Tl GoVERNMENT OP TIE BAID STATE ARTICLE 1. SECTIoN 1. The Legislative authority of tiis - tAte shall be vested in a General Assembly, w bich shall consist of a Senate and a House of Representatives. 8KCTION 2. The House of Represenlatives shall be composed of Members chosen by bal. lot. every second year, by the citizensof this State, qualifled as in this Constitution is pro. Vided. SECTION 3. Each Judicial District ill the State shall conet itute ot Electioh Ditrict, ex cept Charleaitn District, w,ich shall bo divi. ded into two Election l)istrlcta.onle consisting of the lato Parishes of St. Phillip and St. Alichael, t be desienated th Electionl Dip. frict of Charleston t the other coni6tinig of all that part of the Judicial District, which is witthou the Imits of rsaid Parishes, to be kt.uwtn aa the Eluction D...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 27 February 1866

li- W iyN3BIQ,~ )'. MOTRSRNING, FEBREUAIkY 27, 1866. VLT'-%fbi Th. Ia0 it. Clebaric.. We Pnd' tle' f*llo*lig esiuisite poom %opied into the Sev Voik Daily .Vews, from' the Dublin ^6siai 80116m tave. we seen pything more beattiful and tou6hingly grand. The na te of the geod, the great 'and.Afl,strIous eburn wIl ;*ank among Sthe great dapthmi of lie Old and New - ;Wor)4. and e ever worth ofnd vllor are ,te.ted, th4th ' of- iis gallant -son of . Erin will be revered. lIM name atd ime hNtq .eet.in;erwoven.with.the gret bat. ties of h4 war. and his deeils and his mem'o ,rj will lye in the fo'td *olle ons o u people. -Q.' .the p)u6lis Nation.] ,~, - CI,8URNE. ifo" far and W t'hd AOtUtint bs - Aear the dead leave& o'etthegtoui; 'ATOWLtAdfaghastaebo6 i.o Strewed our eutitry'ehwav i im4 1. . I rnainel!p.gs,a$ ~e , e ocean 4% .!FCCA *eo * forest ehd-iountalt glen. ..WePes h altuare screa)ma as the. angry V4streamts Are-hijinj the bwe . - menI An Orihtanoulh erles - For 1b th 4Ie 4 tallen ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 27 February 1866

Tlesdey Morning, February 27, 1866. T. P.. Sm.tmai, Eq., i tho solo agent for this paper in Charleston, S. C We have received a nV and large supply of paper siilable to job printing of all descriptions. I have a supply of levenue Stamp-. of various denomiuations, which can be had .by- npplying either at. this office or at the office of the Clerk of the Court.. U. A. GAILLARD. , New Adverfisements. We direct, attention to the advertisement of hIadd mros. - Also notice of DlBose E gkston & Co. eto. msa. At. the sit-gestion of more than one of our reviers, we h-ve detCrmiIeld to re-prodUe ilk wiw paper this allo ni..., itguished d >cu1tent. it. is a :e:ttter of regret. how. er,m it i its jithlication it'lono is'me is it'. c:llsist,t i- witih otir unpretenling dimen rion ts :a divisioni tclinhol hut. b prejttlicial 1.) the interest of a plaper ot' its character, wif'l its compact stci ure 3ind its closely linked concatenation of. idea. In the words 01' a cotemporary-olear, concis...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 27 February 1866

.4 ... -- -Tiscussiom in the unate -on Stefas' Re. solution: WA81IxTO,. Feb. 28.-In the Senate, a bill was introduced to continue in force the presen.t Freedmen's Bureau two yeArs long. -er. It was referred to the ntilitary coiamit. Animated-discussion onsued on the qued ion of taking up Stevens resolution rela tive to the admission of moinbers from the pouthern Sjgtes, which was decided in the Affirmative, when the discussioit proceeded. In the lo 0, jh4V6rhees.co4testGd elee A161n.e wad decided 'in. favor of Wash ~burne.-. "The KssrILatislt ure. eclares Akainst the Veto 11unge. - Sr. Lou t Feb. 28.."Both Houses of.tho legislature.have passed -resolutions tender Ingtheir support, to those Senators who -voted to sustain t.he Freedmati's tureau bill 'in eppesItion to the Veto, and also the r4a. - Joity.in the .IA who favor kindred m6a -dures. Ulion Onveuties at Nashville. WAsHMTO1, Feb. 28.-The Nashville - 'Union Convention adjourned after paefIng :resolutions. deolaring. that the pe...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 27 February 1866

'A liv CONS 1ITUTION * or SOUTH OAR.OLINA, wy., -1lit. IA-1tE OF TE STATE OP. ir.UTn CA Io .iNA, 11V 01711 DELEGATR4 IN CONVENTIoN fair, IWDtAIN A ND ESTABLISI Tils Cos_iT' T4.i4IN FR TIS OUVEMNDINI -t' THE SAID 8-rATK : ARTICLE 1. S rCToN 1. The Legislattiv(- aut4iority or this State shall hd veited in a General Assembly, Shilich shall conlsist of a Senate atul a lo ao of Iiepresenmt.itives'. ScriN 2. lloute of Rlepresniativcs shall I coimposei ol'obcihiber ebiosett Ly hal. l41t* every St.(- ti:l year. by the citizi-iit I this State, qualified ,s iI ti:. Ciatiitution is pro. Vided. sicci4os 3. Koach .Judicial District . it thi Sine sh:ll callatiue tne 4 .letin Di.trict. cx 4e1,4pt Charlesttn f ist et, wi cli shliAi be i . i f, lain Pir-sles of St. Phillip ml St. Mlic1ae0.1, t! deAiTInated thle I'lecti'n Vis e trict of Chlarllv.tonl ; Ihe other. consooittilur If till that part of thi dudiciali Ditriet. which is wihtiil the hmil tl'dsaii ParisAlicz, be kiown nai( FheIlet-voii D)istri...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 1 March 1866

*9 - * -__ __ - -11- TRI VEEKLYEW Pa..su -rt - - - __ Byaiq.;gio!P I S4Y MORNING, MARCH 1 lt66. rVOL~ W.1-No is TAR T14IMCERK NNM{ LIFE LUTES. The following poem is tohingly beauti ful, Ma.y an eye will be ditamed by a a'it redb theaso lines, and th' thoughts lrwandering kway to 1pbemory's wild wood.!, The .da witli its wadala dipped in dw, i-passed through theevening's g dkn And n sloSivetor An the dawdl4s bie Wate,I t Ttalsgh to,.the languid *hours A lullaby breath o%e the folded flowers. 'the lillies nod the sound 4f the stream That. rid along with lulling flow, a !pd elthet awake, or half a 4"am, pas tough the realms of Long Ago; While faces .peer with many a smile From the.howers of Memory's magical isle There are joys and sunshipe, sorrows and . tears, a That check the path of life's April hours, And k longing with for the qoming years. Tht hoge ever wreaths with* the fairest - gowers; There are friendships guileles--love. an, bright. - Andture as the stars ii halls of night. ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 1 March 1866

Tuesday Morning, karlh 1, 1866. T. P. Simnt, Esq., is the sole tagelt for this paper in Uiarluston, S. We have received a nIw and l 0rge supply of paper stiitable to job printing of ill descriptions. - . I have a supply of Revenue Stamps of various denomina4ions, w1ich can be had by lipplyiM either at this offlo *r at the office of tie Clerk of the Cofirt. 11. A. GAIbLARD. New Advertisetent, Si card of Dr. J.uAEs D. B.:y. A I>ottle of Arnpd's fVriting Fuid Was presented to us y1'sterday most Op p rtinely aid cotsiderately by our friend R. S. KVrOi IN, of Ket4hin, Mc Master & Co. OF all inks ever made it is "icile princeps; and comes a near renderhig writing a recreation As it sti. ceptible of becoming. Oar friend will AVecIpt our editorial acknlowledgements Fertilizer. Ti attention ipf our Agricutral r..aders is directvd to the 9.ard of, Mr. J. G. Garm-: of Coliattalhi, advertising Ford's Pliosphate or Fortilizer. To prompt and respon'sible parties liberal terms will be extel...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 1 March 1866

Dakdroi ruC OLKDIt i "I.!ki T- T1-. Won,i. - The Portage (Wipenfiti Aegist,announces the deathpaf Jdaep Grete,,the aged veteran- of-bfie hundred .hnd forty-one- years, which cteuried on , .atuiday, the .27th Januaiy, 'afer a. tief illness, at Ahe residence of his grand.daughter, Mrs. Btisboli, in Oe. Ionia, about four miles frim Portage. Duiing-the past ..yeai Mr. Crele ob. 'tained a world-wide notoriety through' -'he. newapapers.on .account dt-.his-ex. treme longevity. He was born near .ho city of Detroit, in the yar 1725, as 4s hown.by the records of the Catholic 'church of that'city, and was probablj the oldest mn iv the w9rld." TheChajaotre (N. C.) 7imes .states 'ilaat a' number of counterfeit twenty 'ollarbills on the First National 11rik df Indians, were pasping a'round town -esterday. . We caution citizens to bo fov their gumd in 'receiving moftey. VWeave noer te'en..:one, btit under siond'th can De easily, deteated it' cloself amined. .OXUAL LEN AT ARLIqo'To.-A Wash ington c...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 1 March 1866

THE CONSTITU'ION of - SOUrh CAROL I N-A" WR, TiHEtaOPLIK OF THE STATE or BOUTH IARo LINA, BY otR DELEoATV11 IN CONVENTION jtI.T, DOUhDAIN AND EiABLISH Tnl CONSTI TdTioN OR' THE GOVEIINIENT oP THE SAll,J sTATK : - ' , ARTICLE 1. Sro: 1. The Legislative authority of this 9trte shall be vestcd In a General AsseeNbly,. which spllqonsistof a Senate and a House of R'epresen tItes. s~TloN 2'Thte House or Representatives shall be composed of lembers choen by bal. lot.'evbry second year.hy the citisetso' this State, qualified as in tbis Constitudoti is pro. v1ded. - sEc'iosv 3. Each Judicial District In thc State shall constitute one Election District. ex. - cept Citrieston District. wI,ich shall. be divi. ded into wot lectionl Districts,ono consisting eof the late Parisherd of St.'Phillip alid St. Michael, t'r be dlesirinated the lilcetion Dis. trlctpf Charleston ; the other consitainz of all i4t part of the J14icia DIstriot, which is without the h,ntits of said Parishes, to be known as the...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 3 March 1866

TkrEV TRI-W S.Y NN1.1 By 44aillard:& Desportes.]I WINNSBORO, S., C., SA ff AT MORNING, MA 3 ,1866. -(VOL. IIl- ;No _ [ o .. 7 lHR TR[WBKIjY NEW: A GEN. What could be itiore tendor in sontiment -or beautiful in expression than the follow IV lines from, a poem of Mary Louise Chit wood: "If a- pilgrim has eerr shadowed By a tree that Imave nurned; If a cup of clear cold water I have raised to lips athirst; If I've planted one sweet flower By an elon too barren wat If I've whispered -in the midnight One sweet word to .ell of day; If in one poor bleeding bosoi - 1I a woe swdpt chord, have stilled; If a daik and restless spirit. - I with hope of heaven have filled If I've made for life's hard battio One.faint heart grow bgave and strong Then, ny,.God, I MliEk thee, bless thee, For the precious gift of song. J+om the Richmond DisAite. . . Ur Young Mon. It is'stated by DeBow tlt at least fifty thousand Southern men have been .-Rdded to the iopulation* of-.New York city since the close o...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 3 March 1866

"NSBORO. saturday Morning, March 21, 1866, T. p. -LlDRFH, Esq.,' ii the sole rgent for this paper in Charleston, S. C We have *received a new and large slipply of paper suitable to job printing .of all descriptions. I have a supply of Ievenue Stamps ^f various deibtitinatious, which oan be land by npplying either at this office or at the 4. o1ice of the Cletk of the Court. It 'A. GA II.LAR D. New. Aidtert1senients, We call attention to tle ndveriise ment of- Spring Goods, by Elliott & Co.-. See .card of Dr. JAmi,s D.. BAGI..Y. Our rcaders will inot fail to rietiark the card'in (o-dY's paper from our itepresenta tives inviting applications for the beneft ciary appointment. to the Univprsity, and directing applicants to appear for examina tion on the 19th inst , to ascertain their re spective clims. It is to be hoped that this opportunity so Wisely' and liberally tendered by out Siate in the .cause of education, will be prom ptly em')raoed by our young men. If will not only open b...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 3 March 1866

WOMEN AND LJiolITNIN.-A itudi ,ns gentleinan, in Paris, named Boudin, lia lately occupied himself with statis tics of persons killed-by lightning, and Ile dech res ihat. ladies should no longer te afraid of the electric fluid, as, in com parison with men, they only suffer from 'it in the rate of twenty-eight to one hun. xired. One might be inclitnd to atiri. .tute this difference in thortality to a cer tain habit of going into cellars, but, M. Biondin assures us that lightning exhil). iti a marked predilection for the male sex, and where a mai and woman wei walking together. the man is invariably the sufferer It is to be hoped that ,Pro. 0 fessor Boudin will some day give an ex planation of this renarkalte phenome. non, and, ' his gallantry will permit, make knowtA how the partiality wmay be -corrected. . PL.ANTING BY 'IHF. MooN,-Tlie Bazlehurst (Miss.) Cop'ahan enlightena its thus upon tlos alstruse subject : "There are a great many who ridi -cule the idea of lilant.ing by the moon...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 3 March 1866

THE CO1STITUTION SOUTH GAROLINA, Wi, T11; lElPloP OF T'HWRTATE OP 8I,UTn CAlo LINA. BV OUR DKLEATr4 1N CONvNTiou DIRT, Do ORDAIN AND EATAt.161illt i1t coNeTl TUTION PUR Tit OUVERNDENT vr THE e,A SSTATE: AWTICLE 1. SEcrioN 1. The Legislative autholly of thil State sial be vei;ted in A General Assembly, whichoshall Cunelet of a Senatt anid a Houso of lIepretpiatives. SECTION 2. Tho House of R"presentiativcs shall be Vomllposedl or Meibers chosen by bal. lot. every BeConld year. by the citiz-ins if tiis state, qoalifled as In this Colltitlution is pio. vided. "cTioN 3. Each ,ludicial District ill the AWCSThall COnI-titte 01n0 Eklection DiatriCt, ex. cept Chatrlcstenl lhet iet, wl-ICI) shall bN divi. dcd Into (two Election Dist icts.tone conislting Of the iite l'ariirs of St. Phillip and t~ 1ichael, t be deaiatiated tho Ilectilo Dis. frict ot' Charleston ;he othie ier conlisttinl. of all that part -of itho Judicial )iti riot, which'i withut thle hi' osaid Parishei. to be lctwii a tie E....

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 6 March 1866

3- -7 AW&& De"rlbcso1 WINNSB OROl S. C., MOM MORNING, MARCH 6, 1866. rVOL. III.Na 1 '11iAo-Leter froin CapItiI I. F. '1fnry, Advice to Immigraits. 13, SA' JOAN li:-rk, - - Ml:XIco, Feb>. 9, 1ie,. . I M I:%n Sit: I have rcceived voir httir inqiring, )ike ) may olers, a'iott. .\loxico, wihl,i the view of makim, it thi-ir home..* Yot know its geographial. fo-aturc. pul the faif of h inineral'wealth. -ts sol[ is of tltu rpas. ed furtility,' ,anld its climae, a't(er you bgii to ascend the lands, is as deiciolls auid healthful ea.th'e heartb of man cah deir(e. The .Emtipero- is ruling wisely and 11ull. .T -til Majest;ies are beloved by the )IPeia ists aiql respected by all; they Imovi its freely anong. Oh peolith as tbe I(sidelit qf th0. United S-ates 'ever did iin days of yore. The Empic re is xtollliI1ally gaing groid.' Enter price is abroad-ii--ny works of.internal jI.rovement aro alrendy under 1-.v 4an1d .abolt to be connuenced. Capital is eiving its hiding placee, and lie ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 6 March 1866

4** (yo I Ci: )ir.ws.) SSigh Ar t,he hs Rublime it is from the mountais ukdo. On Go0.d's earth to gaze, spread far had wide, Io look on:the villngo roofs below Cleaming wart and bright, in 8unlighkt's glow, While above,.the tow'ring heighits in air Their burde of snow forever bear, And a breath' f'rom-ether.pure comc- )y ro kiss th-e cheek with a gentlo sigh. 'Tis plets:mit, inidst green and iossy dell, In grastsy cool nooks. secure to dwell, Where no sound fron -city's strife break: * in, With discordnt. note cf care 6r sin; W-ibro-'ie brook whilt s9ftly .tAbiang nea-, Lulil the soul to rest, with-: madence clen*r, A nd noonday with calm and nellow'd light; Jirings hiding violets sweet, to sight. Eut Ocean has greater oliarin for me, With vigorous breath and dashing sea, $r rippling blue, a the-shore it haves, ir lashing foam ot' its angry waves! A.dearly love the w-hite sails to trace, Skiminig the waters'with matclius,s gra.ce, While evot. the sea gull's pii.cingcry, -eenis part ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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