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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 17 March 1866

Local lents, Neow Advrtlenmests,-We ,igteiwq. n to those of Cat krf* Mithef At old stin"*fA 3.tdyjiAt,-*heye rehas 'fa t,031 I'l 1 01'to ftl Of XeWlh, M4Nsvr & Co., who r'ab1i)hgoe te,, and Ofilk. leasti, wh.will soon i'ntrodice bo lot of mules. 1o AdVerthiervi-Orders for h<vertis. g should be handedin by non' of Mon. ys, Wednesdays and Fridays, to cure insertion in the next day's issue. Gardeking has fiirly begn, And the oapects'or good vegetable crops are scouragiig. A. sligif. Jal of rain last huriday .night has helped vegetation. oo muel care cannot be taken tor'keep . e ground well blroken aronnd tender ants. Raspberry vinesa4hould now be eared of all ilead hranch-s. . Bending 18 vinol will aid very nmuch to the (tatity of frmit. Popular fume of States. Virginin, the old Doniinp. Massachusetts, 'he Bay State. , Maine, she Border State. Rhode Island, LittlA Rhody. New York. the ldpire State. New Hnmpphire,- the Gr itdAtate. Vermont the Green MNtan State. Connecticut, "the...

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. — 17 March 1866

THE CONSTITUTION SOUTH bAROLINAr W , THU Pak"P1ta Or THIt STATE OP SOUTH OAR LINA. BY oUa DILROATE4 IN CONVENTIoN JST, DO OaDAllIIAND U1TABLISH TntS CONOTI TUTIoN FRoa THa 1ov0ERNENT Or TE SAID STATi. ARTICLE L SzOrION't. 'The Legisative authority of this State shall be vested in k General Assembly, wh.ich shall consist of a Senate and a House of. Representatives. SRcTIo1 2. The House of Representatives shall be composed ofr Members chosen by bal. lot, every second year. by the citizens of this ietate. qualified as in this Constitution is pro. vided. SIcTios 3. Each Judicial District in the State shall constitute one Election Diatrict, ex. cept Charleston District. which shall bo divi. ded into two Electiod Districtatone conisisting of' the late Parishes olf St. Phillip aid St. Michael, ta be desh:nated the Election Dia. trict of Charlest6n ; the other consaiEtlng of all that part of. thq Judicial Dlotrict,.'which is without the limits ofsaid larishes. tu be known as the Electign Di...

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. — 20 March 1866

IR .. ru,TI0 B Galad 0 .t"WINN8ORO, S. A.,T, N.T. iNTT, m _r . D~ aNIy'4& I.spt..] WNNSORO S.(I. ~ i10NING, MARCH 20.18660a BY GAI0.IN1D ,JO8PORTER. 64"THE NEWS" is published on Tuesday, Thuftday and darmrday, at $6.00 per an. Aum, invariably in advadee. Single'ebpies ten cents. - AUTzalrlismo RArss: Ord1sMay AvertisementN, ooaupying not mere Lhat% ten lines, (one square.) will be inserted In "'lu Naws," at $1.0 for the trst inse44on and seventy-five btnis for each Lubsequent publistilon. Largoa advertisements,- when no oqntract is made, .il, be charged in exa t proper tiIon. - Contraca will be made In accordance with 'the fol.owtg sphedul': columnal mi.-$ 20. oolutpnu mo. $ 1M. 1 ". 0. 4 6 " 100. 1 " '6. 2" 0. 4 " " ": 1 year 00. 6 4 " 60, " 1 -' 120. 76. -1 " 290 Contracts will also be nade for smallete - spaopo and for all edtinq eer) a1vonth. , . For annpuncing a can Idate to a fa os. of pr6fit, hohor or trust $10.00. Marriage, Obituary Nocees, e., wip bq Seharg4d Ite same a...

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. — 20 March 1866

WINNS 0 -Tuesdal 1eiag, varel, 10 1866 ' T. P. '-Summ, Esq., i 4. : sole agent for this paper in Charleston, S. C. o - I h av e a u p p ly of Re vn i 4 at s) p g of various denotalbations, which can be had by apply)ng either at this office or 'at the. office of tbe Clerk of the Court H. A. 0A1L)AA'D. Pavillon Hotel, Charleston, 9, C. 0 This deservedly popular 1louse is arain open to the public, a'nd is under the chirge of'the same old chat ipion of cuisine o!ogy, H1. LU Butterfield, whose reputation in ,that line is too good to reA quire more than this' anno lncenedt. Sea. Card. In our local column appears a bArf notice of a recent instance of shop lift. i-ng in our town. This is but a feeble - specimen of the thieving, And dishonesty .tfhat are really prevailing to a serious 4%xtent at least in some portions of the District.' Scarcely a day passes that we -do not receive representations to this ef. fectc. Within a recent period we have heard oft.wo smoke houses in the imme diate vi...

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. — 20 March 1866

Loal Items... a. Deaiof an Old CI1116R.-Mrs. Nelson died suddenly jeeterdai :mornitig at daylight at.tle rssidence of her grand. .son, Mr. Wtm. M. Nebion. She lived 'to more years than are usually* allotted to man, having died in her ninety.frst '(91) year. She wss sickonly half on lhour. "lomlelde.-Wo have infotmatiun, but no particulars, of a difloulty that "-occurred between two colored men at Ridgeway last Saturday, which resulteI in the death of one of the party. The two weie armed, one with a pistol, the lother with a musket. ghop11.-Elisha, a negro work. ing for Mr. JAis AIKEN, and four of 4is joeopamons entered, about nine 'clock Friday night, the store of Ketch. - n Moblaster & Co., with the purpose - 'stealing, and while two were buying tsomi'' ariticles, Ehsha stole a bolt of 'cloth and decamped. The name. of the lVat-ty' being taken, Elisha was threateVy ted with prosecution. Bill pursued Elisha, recovered the bolt and restored it It& the oWners. We publish the s...

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. — 20 March 1866

SOTH t 0?tN w,j Tau Ra. eN T0* 5T ' rIn ! sTH CAO-I LINA,. BY OUR' 0sL.GATat IN odNy ioN NKaT, DO OaDAIN AND ASt.Al I To fe toN&TI TuIoN roh TUN 1ovsabbaliET or rias 6A .TATS . AIiCLE 1. c StooN 1. The Legislative authority of this State shall be Vested In a General Assetnely, which shallWnsist of a, Snate and a House .ot Representatives. - 8seTtoig 9. The House of Representatives shall be composed of Menabers chosen by bal. lot. every second year. by the citisens of this state, quallficd 1! if !his, Constitution is pro. *:dad. SXCTiON 3. Each Judicial District At tilin State shall constitute one Eleotion Di&trt, ex. <ept4"harlesten District, wilch shall bo divi. ded into lwv Election DiAtriots.one'consisting of the late Pa-ishes of - bt. Phillio and St. Michael. ts be designated the Elceii-6nt Dis. trict of Charleston * the other consistio (f all that part or the. Judicial District, which.is rithout the irmits of said Parisns. to be -known te the Election District of Bor...

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. — 22 March 1866

TlfE T NIWL By Gaillard A Desortes.] WINNSBORO/' $. ', THU &' AY MORNING, MARCIf 22, 1866. rVOL. 1-1.1 oo BY GAILLARD AND DEP01TES. XA-rS 01* SUBOIPTIqX: "TITE NEWS" In publishedi on Tuesday, Thursday and daturday, at $0.90 per an. nu , invarably in adyance. glo copos tel centls AD'VRRTISIXG ChTVi: Ordinary advertieements, 'ocup lug not more than ten lines, (one.squarea will be inserted in "In Naiws," at, $1. for the first insertion and seventy-five oents for each subsequent publication. Larger advortisomouts, when no ontret, is made, will be charged in exact propor tion. Contracts will be made in accorda"e with the following sol,odulo - - . column 1 mo. $ 20. column6 mo. $ 7A. .". 1 " 80. " 6 4 100. 1 " 1 " 46. " 6 4 120. 8.'' 45. "- 1 year 100, a " 60. " 1 120. 1 ".8. " 76. " 1 " 200 Contiacts wIll also be made for smaller spaces and for aq perlds over a mont-h. For annoticalng a candidate to any oflob of profit, honor or trust $10.00. Marriago, Obituary Notioes, U., will be c...

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. — 22 March 1866

A Nortlvrn Estimate of the Confederate Leaders. 7 We.exLract the following from a long review of the late war In the No 01k Citizen. a Republican paper, Uolonel 1alpjne, latef of th t1nite .States army: DAVIS. Lot thso loyal* gentlemen, 4itciplqq of Mr. Abbott, who*oship thqc yr. actor of Bonaparte, make some 6onsis tent hwnige t- the br-111'ant directory. Of .Jefferson Davis. Boll were mnin of destiny, and the personnel of the sui'rivoi is by far the nobler. Of the fallen ali gels, whose* dark plumage swept frOA, our' Senate balls, he made the most courtly adieu. Of all the.traitors, he was most entirely in earnes, Of'all decisions, his was the sagest, the prompt. est and the -most enduring. He, only, -of the conspirators, felt'thnt his quarrel with the Union was irreconctlable, and stood by his Capitad till the last, andl has never yet advised. submission. His captivity has been belittled by none of Bonaparte's querulo ei. Blind, ilnd grey, and wasted. is domniiions 'arp narrowed ...

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. — 22 March 1866

Local items. YesterdhY Morning the unsettled weather 6T aI few days previos otilmina' ted in a copiois rain which' was. -very much needed-. S'here will be no service in the Metho. !dist Church this (Thiursday) evening. 'The usual prayer meeting on Friday evening at 71 o'clock. The Printer's Devil at the "NYws" of fico says he will feceive bids "at his ense" until the next moon for a labor! saving machine to triak.amendments to the United States Constitution. There is such a d6inand for amendments now - that, he thinks it will be a grand specu lation to get up stich, a . machno ; that Stevens and Sumner are "wasting their fragiinuce on the desert air,' for eight dollars a day, and that tich a machine would not only cut down their profits, b.'iwould help him out "omartly." We don't know that we ey.qr found anything that has more of the silver ring of sleigh bells on a cold And frosqy 1night, than the following: WINTER NIGHT. By I.' I'. 8TODDAnD. - It Is q winter night, And the stilly ...

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 March 1866

STON8WALh ACISON. [The memory of Stonewarl' Jackson has received few tributes -more touohing in its simplicity and pathos than thp following beautiful poem, published In the New York tizen, of which Charles 0. ialpino is the editor. Mir. H1alpine, himself Is a poot of rare taste, was an officer in the United States army during the late war, and is well known to fame as "Private Miles O'Rilley." The poem in question, he says. is from the pen of a distinguished officer of the Unit ed States navy.] Ho sleeps all quiet and cold, Beneath the soil that gave him birth; Then break his battle-brand in twain, And lay it with him in the earth! No more at midnight shall ho urge His toilsome march among the pines; Nor hear upon the moVnIng air 0 The war-shout of his charging lines. Cold Is the eye whoso'meteor-gleam Flashed hope on all within its light; And still the voloo that trnmpet-toned,. Rang through the serried ranks of fight. No moro for him shall cannons park. Or tents gleam white upon ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 22 March 1866

87ONWAbb JACSON. [The memory of Stondwall Jackson has received few tributes -more touching in its simplioity and pathos than ths following beautiful poem, published in the New York Mtisen, of which Charles 0. lialpino is the editor. Mr. Halpino, himself is a poet of rare taste, was an officer in the United States army during the late war, and Is well known to fame as "Private Miles O'Rilley." The poem in question, he says. is from the pen of a distinguished officer of the United St6i itavy.] He sleeps all quiet andi cold, Beneath the soil that gave him birth; Then break his hattle-brand in twain, And lay it with him in tho earth! No more at midnight shall he urge His toilsome march among the pines; Nor hear upon the morning air 0 The war-shout of his charging lines. Cold is the eye whoso'meteor-gleam Flashed hope on all within its light; And still the folco that trumpet-toned, Rang through the serried ranks of fight. No more for him shall cannons park. Or tents gleam white upon 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. — 24 March 1866

Tfy E TRI- WEEKEY M By Gllird ,Beporest WINSBOO, . C1 STURAY ORNNG,MARC H 24, 1866. *lIB Till-WEEKlY iNW BY GAILLARD MD DESPORTES. RATFS OF U8111CRIPTION: J .'llE NEWS"-is published on Tuesday, Thursday 9nd Saturday, at $0.00 per an. lium, invariably in advance. Single copies ten cents. AlI)vRTISING RATES: Ordinary advertisements, occupi Ing not moro than tef lines, (one square,) will be inserted in "'n Niws," at $1.00 for the first insertion and seventy-five cnts for each subsequent publication. Larger advertisements, ivlen no contract is made, will be charged in exact propor tion. Contracts will bd made in acfbrdance with tie following sclied'ule : column 1 ma. $ 20. 1 column 0 me. $ 75. 96 " 1' ": 80. 4 "' ' 6 "t 100. 1 1 " 45. 1 " .6 '", 120. 6 " i " 45. 1 " 1 year 100. 4 0 3 ' 00. j " 1 - J20. 1 " 8 " 75. 1 " 1 " 200 @ Contrijbwill also be made for smaller Eispaces aIfTor all periods over a month. For announcimg a candidate to any office of prtfit, honor or trust $10.00. Marria...

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 March 1866

A Ne w Island -Reuarkible Pltutomena volcanic Upheaval. A correspondent of the London Time writing from Athens, Greece. annoui ves that a' new Island began to ris above the level of the'sea in the bay < Thbera (Santorin), in the Grecian Arch pelago, on the 4th of Flbary and i five days it attained the height of froi 130 feet to 150 feet with a length C upwards of 350 feet and breadth of 10 fe et. It continuei to increase, and cop sist of a rusty black metalic lava, ver heavy, and resembling half-smelte scorio which has boiled up from a fu nace. The eruption began on the'31stc January. A noise liku volleys of arti hrY wag, heard,- but without any eart! Iiakf. On the following day flames i, s1:4d fr:ohi the sea, in a par of the ha called Vulkonos, where the*ater is a ways discolored and impregnated wit sulphur fiom abundant springs at t1 button. The flanes rose at interval to the height of' 15 feet,.nld vere see at tutns to issie frm the south %yester part (if Nea Kaimeno. That isl...

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 March 1866

New Adveflisulents..-Ladd & Bros In gntietetiin with this we give a slight. -ly rovsed edihiun of a su.table poem 14rom the Newberry Ierald : If you have a sweetheart And want to make her laugh 'Take her down to Wash Ladd's And get her Photograph. ' He too can take her Ambrotype -As natural ai life, And i, will be a guarantee That she will be your wire. -Bacot & Rivers have Goshen Butter, so rich that it i'll put a man in a flutter ; Lard and'lasses, wines anSI cheese-go, all hand@, but don't get- more than you wan't: Eglesion & Co. advertise (now don't let it at all surprise,) Sugar,'Coffee, and Cheese and Tea, and that is a call that you may come and see. Commrysioner's Notice. Rehglous.-Divine Service may be expected to-morrow . At theM. E. Church, Rev. A. G. STACY, at 11 o'clock, A. M. and at 11 P. M, the A. R. Church, Rev. C. B. B4Tr,-'at 11 o'clock, A. M. and at 4' P. At to piscopal Church, Rev. W; P. DuBosj,,at 11 o'clock, A. M. and at 4j P.M. At the Presbyterian ...

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 March 1866

TiE SKELETON. [Exactly fifty years ago, the London Moriing Chronick, published a poem, enti tled "Lines on a Skeleton." which excited much attention. Every effort, even to tim offering a reward of fifty guineas was vainly made to discover the author. .All that ever transpired was, that the poem, infa fair, clerkly hand, was found near a skeleton of remarkable beauty of form and color, in the Museum of the Royal College of Sur. geons, Lincoln's Inn, London, and that the Curator of the M'useum' had sent them to Mr. Perry, editor and proprietor of the Aforning Ch,onice.] LINES TO A sKELETON.. Behold this vuin ! 'Twas a skull, Once of etherial spirit full; This narrow cell was life's retreat, This spaco.was thought's mysterious seat, What beauteous visions filled this spot ! W hat dreams of pleasure long forgot I Nor hope, nor love, norjoy, nor f r, Have left one trace or record Ier. Beneath this mouldering canopy Once shone the bright ain bus y eye; lut start. not at the dismal void; '...

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 March 1866

TE TRI-WEERLIl Wlls By_Gaill WINNSBORO, S. C., TUESDAY. MORNING, MARGH 27, 1866. rVOT. ITT - .A 71li TRREWURIffs BY AlhARD AND DESPORT88, RATS oF 8UssOa2rTiOlf: "THE NEWS"is published,on Tuesday, Thursday and 8dairday, tt $0.00 per an .num, Invariably in 6dvanee. Single copieS ten cents. ADVnITI8NO RATIs: Ordinary advertisements, oocu ying' not more than ten lines, (one square,) will be inserted in -'1un Nsws," at $1.00 for the first insertion and seventy-five et,nts for each sibsequent publication. Larger advortisements, when n* 0ontract is made, will be chargodIin exact propor tion. Contracts will be made in accordance with the following schedule : j column 1 mo. $ 20. column 6 mo. $ 75. 1 1" 80. "6 6 " 100. 4 " 1 "f 45. " 6 " 120. i " a*" 45. " 1year 100. 1 " --" Q0. " 1 -' 120. .1 "8" ,7. 1 " 1 "200 t0ontracts will also be made for smaller paceos and for all perieds over a month. For announoimg a candidate to auy office of profit, hIonor or trust $10.00. Marriage, Obituary Nstic...

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 March 1866

A Thrilling In0denL A conltribitior to d.hAnt!aa Inte:li. gecer conclides his I erRiniscot 4f the War., No. 2," withtKI fellow,4i4 cident of the lit.a orGettysburg: When Gen. Liongstreet advanced upon the P4ederal lefr, its first line was carried. But the enemy being heavily reitgforced, rallied. aid, in turn, drove our portion of the line (Andersoni,s brig. sidej from the position, -as well as other br gades on our right and left. Again we charged, and again were driven back. This was a critical moni-t for us ; near ly all of our general officers were killed or wounded Our heavy linc had crum bled to a mere handfull,' and the flower of Longstret's corps lay weltering in blood: We were slowly retreatinlg. leaviig many of mar dead and wounded inl the liands of the. exulting foe. The ho.ists of tlhe enemy came on liko the m1igh"ty tides of the ocelia, and the lond pomds of victory were already rising from .hwir haughty lips Tihe blue 'hills in their rear were bristling with bayonet., ...

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 March 1866

s stronger than it has .been at any e this monith. * The day was clear, it not cold. That night howerer, a ange took phice. About one or two lock in the night some sleet,,ell, and yesterd.y (Monday) morming the y was overcast with clouds and a stiff orth East wind prevailed. It was Id enough to make fire quite comforta The Fruit.-Since we last alluded to is crop.we learn that the frosts of the th and 18th instant, killed not only a eat many enrly Yegetables, but a good al of the t,nder fruit. An observer the fruit in the ngighborhood of Dr. horn says that about two-fifths of the -aches are dest-oyed. Some- had to plant cabbage send. MyAtOrlois.-It is reported that in eaninig ont the well at'the new steam iill there was found the skeleton of an fant. If true, there is a mystery bout it uitexplained. A DiffiClly occurred between two oldiers.of the garrison at this place on aturday last, which resulted in a bruis. d face to'one, and the escape to the oods of the-other. Sergeant Wilson ...

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 March 1866

THE SPILT FBARLS. UY a. C. TURNeul. ie courtiers of the Caliph crave "Oh, say how this may be, hat of thy slaves, tils Ethiop slave I .sbet beloved by hee? For he is hideous as the night: Yet when has ever chose A- nightingale for its delight A hueless, scentless rose? The Caliph then-,"No features fair No comely mein are his: Love is the beauty he doth wear, And love and glory is. "Once when a Camel of my train There tell in narrow street, From broken casket rolled amain Rich pearls before my feet. -I nodding to iny slaves, that. I Would freely give them these, At once upon the spoil they fly, The costly boon to seize. '-Oue only at my side remained. Beside this Ethiop, none; lie, moveless as the steed lie reined, Behind me sat alone. '-What, will thy gain, good fellow, be, Tb.3 'g-ring -it my 'dc ! -My King, that. I ihall faithfully Have guarded thee,' lie cried.' ",True servants' title he may wear, lie only, who has not, For his lord's gifts, how rich soe'er, [lis lord himself fo...

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. — 29 March 1866

TM_ TIwWIwEINEWS. By Gaillard &Dsportes.] WINNSBORO, S. C., TkURSQAY: MORNING, MARCH 29. 1866. rVC)T. TT TI1 Till-WEELY NEIS BY GAILARD IND DESPORTES. RATES OF SUBSORI"TioN: "TilE NEWS" is published on Tuesday, 'Thursday and Saturday, at. $6.00 per an. num, invariably. In advance. Single copies ten cents. A'TRTISiXO RATXs: Ordinary advertisements, occup Ing not more than ten lines, (one square, will be inserted in "'ins Naws," at $1.00 for the first insertion and seventy-f-ve ct,nto for each -subsequent publication. Larger advertisements, when no contract As made, will be charged in exact propor tion. Contracts will be made in accordance with the following schedule i column 1 mo. $ 20. column6 mo. $ 76. " 1 8 0. 66 6 " 100. 1 45. " 6 " 120. * " 8 " 46. ' 1 year 100. t " a " 60. " 1 * 120. " 8" 75. " 1" 200 Contracts will also be made for smaller spaces and for all periode over a month. For announcing a candidate to any office of profit, honor or trust $10.00. Marriage, Obituary ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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