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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 29 March 1866

Ex-covernor Allen oni E. A. Pollard. The foilowing article, from tie pen'o Ex-Governor Allen, of LouisiaRna, an now editor of theo M4exican 7ijes, 1 clipped from that paoer of .the. .th o January. !t iq ia comiosition wrtliy o the immi0torial Jmunill.s. In its power, ir its force of bitterness and sentiment, il is an unequalled piece of writing. O the personality of the article we hav4 nothmig to say, b.it submit it to our read ers as a specimen of most extraordinar) coin posit ion.- Charleston Dait.y News The civil war in America is endAd and the "banner of the bars" that wave< over Jackson and gicamed upon th( track of Stuart's reckless riders ias beet put away as,men hidu the trinkets of i dear, dead love. Although the blood of Virgi:na's bes and bra vest is not. yet dry in t.he valiey. nor has the grass grown over the pro mature graves, of the manly Confeder ates who fell before Petersburg, yet Mr E. A. Pollard, a pretty writer and tal ented editor, in a long newspaper arti e...

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. — 29 March 1866

Local items. Court WccIl.-The Spring - Term of the Uourt of General Sessions will Open here next Aonda,n-his Honor, Judge T. W. G'lover, presiding. Iidge Glover has already arrived in town and is stopping at Mr. Brown's. Explained.-The mystery connected with the steam mill well noticqd in our last issue 1has, ;Ve are glad - to say, been satisfactorily explained. The explana. tion is, that our information was incor. rect, there is nothing of it. Chnnge of Command.-On Tuesday last a small detachment from the 15th Maine, U. S. T., arrived here under command cf Lieut. Orcutt, to relieve the present garrison. Licut. Orcutt, we inderstand, will succeed Lieut. Liven aparger in command of this Post. Onion Milk.-A s this is the season of the year that cow'i milk is so strongly impregnated with the flavor of the wild onion, it would be a public benefaction if some one would suggest some infusion that will horrect that unpleasant ingre. dient in milk. -New !AdvCrtlAement.-Ketchin, Mc. Nafter &...

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. — 29 March 1866

UILY WA1TINU, A very aged man in an alms-house wa' asked what he was doing now. He replied, "Only Waiting." Only waiting till tli shadow& Are a little longer grown; Only waiting till the glinumer Of the day's last beam is flown; Till the night, of earth is faded From the heart once full of day: Till tle stars of heaven are brenk;ig Through the twilight soft and grey. Only waiting till the reapers Have the last. siiet gulihered IUe, For the summer time is faded, .\nd the autumn winds have come. Quickly, reapers! gather quickly The last ripe lours of my heart, For the bloom of life is withered, And I hasteu to depart. Only waiting till the angels Open wide the mystic gate, At whose G'ut I long have lingered, Weary, poor and desolate. Even now, I hear their 'oltsteps, An,l their voices far away If they call me, I in waiting, Only waiting to obey. Only waiting till the shadows Are a little longer grown: Only waiting till the glimmer Of the day's last beani is flown: Then from out th...

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. — 31 March 1866

TTREE 111-W _IAVNS. 6aillard A Desporteso] WINNSBORO, S. C., SATU AY ORNING, MARCH 31, 1866. [VOL. III.-NO. 26. Ed__ mr fIod.-v.w BY GAILLARD AND DESPORTEU nAT1s .0V IMUDSAIPtrIo 1 "TIIH NEWS" Is published on Tuesday, Thursday an Satartay, at $6,00 per an num, invariably in advance. Single copies teh Cents, ADViltTIStXG RATIlt Ordinary advertisements, occupying not moro than ten lineas (one square,) will L, Inserted in o4 ts Nsv,'1 at $1.00 for the "first, insertion and seventy-Ate ctats fbr each stibsequent publication. . Larger advertiAements, *when no contract 1s made, will be ottargod in exact propor ktion. Contraeis will be Yaade in accordance with h be 'fo*Io*ing s8hedule - - etah I tro. $ 20. column 6 me. $ 76. " I" o . " 6" 100. '" " n 45. 1 6 " 120. " 46. 4 1 year 100. I " 60. " 1 -' 120. " 8 A 76. 1 " 1 " 200 Contracts will also be made for smaller epaces and for all periods over a month.. For announcing a candidate to any office I of profit, 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. — 31 March 1866

'rh Industrial symtem of the Saith-1 Cottos Crop M1866. A Northern man, who hs been so time in the South, furnishes the Cine nati Comnercial with the following his impressions upon this in-portunt sti ject: Never, in all history, perhaps, w there witnessed so complete a revulsi, of public sentimen. on a given topic wits seen in the. S'outh after the Chrr. mns holiday-A. Before that almost ever body of white complexion had been d pondent and gloiny, while the negro were correspondingly elated and expec Fni: the former, fram a belief that ti }ater never would work a gain; the la ter, from a beliel that they never woul have to work again. Now evervthin Ns changed. For a few days fir'st si< deeding those holidays, the colored pe< ple felt bitterly disappointed at the noi ppe~arance of Government agents wh were to parcel ont to them the land and cattle of their old niasters, but soon with their usual happy and coI:te<!Ie( disposition.s, they left off regrets tha they found were ...

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. — 31 March 1866

Local I(ets Court -WAc.-The Spriffg .. erm of the Uourt for Fairfield will hold its sea. blorl flolWiWg hekt Motiday, His Ionol, ludge lover, presiding. Town Election.-The election for an intendant and four Wardens to admih: Istor municipal laws and rtgulatlatts for \he next year, will take place next Monday. Relilous Services To-morrow. - M. JO. Church, Rev A. G. STACY, 11 A. -M. and 7. P. M. Episcopal Church, Rev. W. ?. Do BosK, 11 A. M. and 4 P. M. Presbyterian Church, Rev. W. E. BoGGS, it A.M. and 4P.M, Death of Capt. Swaiey.-The many Ifriends of Captain SWAZET; ote of our worthy refugee c .izenp, aro pained to hear of,his death. He died ift Charles ton a few days since after a vty short 'illness. Death of ~lir^~ John WaIker.-Mr& JoHN WALKrn, a merchant of this place, died at his residence fsterday of Pneumonia. 'Ron, A. . Stephens.-This distin guished gentlemen arrived in our town yesterday (Thursday) afternoon from Georgia on his way to Washington. .He left Friday morning ...

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. — 31 March 1866

THE CONQUERED BANNER. Furl that banner for 'tis weary, Round its !!''!i droopIng dreary; Furl it, fold it, it is best, For there's not a man to wave it, And there's not a sword to save it, And there's not one left to lave it. In the blood which heroes gave it, And its foes now scorn and brave it; . Furl it hide it, let, it rest. Take that banner down, 'tis tattered, Broken is its stlif, and shattered, And the valliant hosts are scattered Over whom it fi6ated high. Oh I 't is hard for us Io fold it, lard to think there's none to hold it, Hard that those who once unrolled it, Now must furl 5t with a bigh. Furl that banner, furl it sadly, Once ton thousand hailed it gladly, Anl ten thousands wildly, madly. Sworo it would forever wave; Swore that foreman's sword couli never llearts like theirs ent winel dissever Till that flag would tioat. forevor. O'er their freelon or heir rave. Furl it, lor the hands that grasped it, Anl the hearts that promily claspell it. Cold and dead are lying no...

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 April 1866

74-U14-1, 1.. qq[OL. I.--NO.m2 VyVII*d&Dsp~. INNS'BORO, S. C., TUSUAY MORNING, APRIL 3,11866. [VOL. IM1-Nto. 27. BY GaIADSDIND WESPORTES. ~A?Z OF IJU15CMUPTION: AITi1 NEWS" lit hblished on Tuosday, Vhursday-and'86urday,St $,00-,r an. -num, lnvarisbly in advanoo. Single'oopes ten cents. ADVII1TINM0, RATU: . Ordinary advertlserato:p, ocoupying not iore ii .ten lines, (one square,) will be in4erted n "'Ais Naws," at $1.00 for the hrbt insei log ined lfvioty-ive e.its for each subsequent pqbl( Larger adver I sqats, when no contract is mado, rll W oharged in exast propor Qontra.tq will be made In accordance with the fpiowing*ehedule eohtoin m o., $.20. column6 tho. $ 75. 80. " 'd 6- " 100. j1hinm. 80. "141 46. " " 120. " - 45. " 1 4year 100. S " i", 60. s. 1.' 120. 1 "3 75, 1i-s 200 Contrats wll also be made for smaller spaces and for all periods toer a month. For annouhoIng a oandidate to any offee of prolt,- honor or trust $10.00. Marrlagi,'Obltuary Notis, &o., will bo eharged ...

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 April 1866

Tbe VT MAessftnp eu publish to-dily .thl I't por tion of the veto mesgel of Preu1O;nL oison' Onl the Civil Rigme .1in. Our space will nut pornit our pub. lishing the .wIhole mehM,e0. The ex. tract. given embraces Piioigh however to convicee niy nlihbialsed mind thlat the position of the President is impregitabl-, I do not propose to coisider the poli. c' of this bill To me ilim details of t lie hill seem fralight. with evil. Tie white rae and the black roce of the Sout have hitherto lived together itder the relations of master anld slinvc-(,.ipital owring labor. Now, sudmdenly, tOHt re. Itimr is changed, jind, as to ownership, capital ad In bor are divorced. TIheyv st1nd iiow each nastur of itself. . I~n this new relation, mie b-iig necessary to the otif-r, there will bC Il newv VldjIs. ment which boti, are deeply in1ctocrested in makinc hirmonions. cat]h hIs eqi l power inl settling the tWrms, IcId if bf-ft to 1ie laws that. regi.m,. elpital anid lia. 1)or. it i.+ confi4tily hlieve...

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 April 1866

WaLei Itemse . ToWdl Bleetidn.-The election for In. jendaIR Mhd ftimir Wardenls came off y,estetiay, and rsulted as follows: Fdr Intendatit.-Dr. W. E. Aikcn. )?or Wardens.-L. W. Duval, J. McEllroy, W. D. Cre:ght, Dr. C. H1. Ladd. Ills donor, Judge blover.-This vene rnblu Jildge, in hIs remarks to the -rand Jury yesterdy, sanid he had secn the desolatiotis of War in our sdc tion, and urged upon them that it be. catne every man to arid' ill building up the wasto pinces of oir country. Flo -spoke of the hopes revived and the con fidence restored on the part of lawoobid. mg citizens,'on necount of the re-ostab. lislimntof civil l'aW. That lithough the habiav corpis wans still suspended, and that Martial f is capricious and fluctiting, yet oftenders of the la' must not expe-ct to evado the demandsof justice. H1e instruttod the Jury then as to its duties. Whereupon the Solicitor, Mnj. C. b. M:LToN, called the attention of tile Grmnd Jury to the unlawfn distilya. tions of liqixors witilin ...

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 April 1866

[Yovi T1i1 NZWO.] THE DEAD XTIR. Fair buds of Summer time, are Bashing back The last bright beam, from Sunset's golden track, And merry sounds of gladness 511 the air, As if, were over dry, grief's bitter tear! All shows the frost of Winter's- reign dis pell'd, In mute obelsande, by sweet zephyrt- held, Save that still ohamber of the Mother dead, From whence, the signs of joy have frighted fled But there, in vain, the soft, kind breezes play, Fanning the ice- bound form of senstless clay, It may no; vt:he to life or love again, To friendship's sinie-sor sorrow's fearful pait?! The flow'rs she'loved t6"pluck, lie with'ring near, - Strown by her children's hands upon her bier, And clinging, childish, kiis'is wildly prest, Upon the brow, forevermore, at rest But stay-a strain of imutic sweeps thle sky, Struck from the harps of cherub hosts on high, No deeptoned notes'of mourning or of woe, But one triuinphnt song of ceaseless flow : While from the angel choir, the chorns leaps, 'Fear n...

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. — 5 April 1866

IRET111EKiL NEWS. Peoporteso] WINNSBORO, S. C., THUM4AY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1866. [VOL. Ill.-NO. 28. Til1 TI4ULY NHWS BY GAILLARD AND DESPORTHS. RATES O SUDsCHIPTIoN: rH NEWS" is published on Tuesday, Tht day and Saturday, at $0.00 per an. mnun. invariably in advance. Single copies ten cents. A)RRTISINo RATES: Ordinary advertisements, occupying not Anoro than ten lines, (one square,) will be Inset-ted In "'IHe Nzws," at $1.00 for the first insertion and seventy-five ctnts for each subsequent publication. Larger advertisemeuls, when no contract is made, will be charged in exact propor tioll. Contracts will be made in accordance with i he following schedule : -1 columnin'mo. $ 20. } column6 mo. $ 75. i " 1 " 30. ) " 0 " 100. 1 " 1 " 45. 1 " 6" 120. 46 i" 45. 1 " 1 year 100. 4 " 3 " 60. 6 " 1 ' 120. 1 " 8 ' 75. 4" 1 " 200 Contracts will also be made for smaller spaces and for all periods over a nionth. For announcing a candidate to any office of profit, lionor or trust $10.00. Marriage, ...

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. — 5 April 1866

hesident Lincoln's 4lurderer--A Strange ReVelation -confession of .Sterling king-He Attempts to. Cominit Sulcide. W6 have already itentioned that a inaik named Sterling Kig,. now1A'ud* -rreta Louisville, has 0*sed th fi wasth i murderer of P ent 4 1 Y fin the following ting I the Loui 4ille Denocrdt: *O lie says that he nter ho licatre a any other person, purchasing a ticket and paying for it. At the appointed timo ho entered the pri vate box in Ford's Theatre, Washington. where Mr. Lincoln was and he shot him with a single barrel pistol, which lie let fall at the titne he leaped from the box. lie gives as his object for using a single barrel pistol that he was compelled to leave it be hind him, and if it had been-a revolver those in the box might have used it againsL ihim. According to his statement, J. Wilkes .heoth whom, it is said, was the murderer of President Lincoln, was in the rear of the theatre, awaiting witi horses. Fi'oint lie facinity of Ford's Theatre lie says that he ...

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. — 5 April 1866

Local Items. TheAeeting Tobight.-"Hopd" in an. other part.of this, issue suggests thni some effort be -made * this (rhursday) vening to organize the Readi:g Club. The.Counting.room of Messrs. Ketchin. UoMaster & Co. is the place designated by him for the meeting. Is there 4gumption" enungh in our town to heed the suggestion, and thtus make at least one step in the direction of a lively in terest-in the mental welfare of our coin. mnunity. Eserltis--Tho eastor elec. tions in the Episcopal Parish, embracing the Churches at Winnsboro' and Ridge. way are ne follows: ST. JoHN's CHunCIE. WINNsIo'. VYsTRYMEN.--W. I. Robertson, W. M. Dwight, Henry A. Gaillard, Robert, DuUfse, Paul Gervnis. WAnnENs.-Josiah Obear, Effing. hani W4ner. 5T. STe.:YSs, Rnovow,AY.--E. G. Palmtr, Sr., Henry C. Davis. SHC IAnmY AN1> TR ASU iti.--Effing. 'arn Wagner. DELEGATES 'TO CONYENT1o.-E. G. Palmer, J. T. Gervais, H. A. Gaillard. We pifblish below an announcement of the next Coi,cort. It is a timely no. t...

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. — 5 April 1866

(From- tARiehmond fentinel.] STONEWMA 8ACISOS WAY. DY-JA"85 D. BLAOCWSLL. The red-cross M'g has set i1r might It's brief career is o'er; And Jaokson's sword that .-wqed I- fight Shall gliem in war no more. His soul hath bade the world farewell, But long shall page of history tell, Of each eventful day; When in the light of morn displayed, The banner of Stonewall's brigade Waved in its proud array. An4 now the alranger's missing eye, 8ees on each well-fought field, Where Jackson's men knew how to die, But knew not how to yield; The verdant gtass luxuriant wave In freshness o'er each soldier's grave; And vernal flowerets gay, By nature's hand profusely shed, Deck with the gallant heroes bled, In Stonewall Jackson's way. Oh, gantle be each warrior's sleep, And halhwed-be his rest, Wheye-softest dews of ovening weep Yer everjr dauntless breast. Itach sweet toned warbler carol thero A requium on the stilly air, At morn and at close of (lay; And hoary grandsires come to tell Their childre...

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. — 7 April 1866

TIE TRI-WEEKLI NEWS. I aiillard & Despotes] WINNSBORO, S . C., SATurDAY HORNING, APRIL 7. 186c. rVnT By GAIllRD AN9 DESPOITTS. RATrZ OP SUnsORW'ON: "T11BE NEWS" Is publisied oA Tuesday, Thtirsday.nnd Saturinyi t $6.0k, per a. num. invariably in Advanc. Single copies ten cents. AnvMRTsINo nATES: Ordinary advert isemen1s, occutoyiffg not more t.ha'i ten lines, (ono square,) will be iserted in "1,m Ntws," at $1.00 f6tthe first insertion 'and sev6nty-fite c-ntirbr each -*ntbscequenl piublicatio&t Largeri advertisenet, *,hen no 'tntradt is made, will be charged in el-ot ropdr tiotll. Contracts will be mn.de in necordatme with rhe following schedule: :"colnin I mo. $ 20. column mn. I 75. 1" 30. 6 100. 1 " 46. 120. :a"3" 45. 1 10 S 3 60 1 120. :1 ~ 51 " 1 16 1 ~ " 75. 1 " 1 " 200 Contradt.9 will also be mado 'f61 smaller spacOs ind for all perinds over a Iftni.h. Vor nunouncing a can<lidato to- iiy office of proit, honor or trust $10.00. Marringi, Obituary Notices, &c., vill...

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. — 7 April 1866

Nsw.YOK, 80t March 1808. Mss1s EoToas:-To-day being '0o< Friday has been observed partially as i holiday throughout the unholy city of Goth am. thus affording to the sinners of Wal Street an opportunity to repent of theil *ickeness at least for twenty.four hours, The Board of M'rokerr und Oold Operators, resolved to adjourn over for the day, but the Banks not loving the power to clost their doors *ithout a proclamation from thi Executive, hal to keep open alT the day foi the payment of drafts that might be pre. Wented. If our Legislatures had the proper Obristian feeling they would pass an act making (ood Friday a legal holiday the same same as Chrisnutms, &e Day after to morrow will be Easter Stnday. and prepa rations are being made in the Episcopal and Noman Catholic Churches to observe thi. grand festival in a becoming manner. There will be fine thral decorations in such of out churches as can afford' to go to the e-xpense of procuring the exot'ies ; for tie gtood readers ...

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. — 7 April 1866

Lotal Items. The Weather.-The Thermometer on Tuesday of thi,4 week stood 78 at 2 p. 4tn. 'and 79. at 5 p.-m. EOn Wedues. %day the oxtremes of heat between 9 a. Im. and 4 P. M. were 70 and 80 dogrees. 'On Thursday the temperature was 4about the same as the day previous. These-notes are taken at the Drug -Store of Dr. Aiken. 'Geteml Directory.--it will be observ -ed that %%e have arranged a Directorv for publio convenience. Any sKgges: tions as to its fuless and correctness will be promptly attended to. We will thank some friend to give us a list of the Commissioners of the poor. The Thanks of the News Offiet are due and atire hereby tendered to Messrs. Ba. ,cot, Rivers & Co, for the use on Thuriz. 'day night of one of their Red Rock Oil Lamps. It. gave entire satisfaction, and 'is all that it is said to be,-good and cheap. ReliKious Services To-iorrow.- M. E. Church, Rev G. W. M. CURIToTO, 11 A.". Episcopal Church, Rev. W. P. Dr:. BOSK, II A. M. and 4 P. M. Presbyterian Church, R...

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. — 7 April 1866

. M$ NDRE. R3Tfft*q wFLS HJE WAS A PisONER IN TH AMERICAN CAMP. tFroin ti% drital loadtlida in-the Libra. ry Of lh6 eutfi.an A-niqumri-m tocier3, Woiemte Ma.-; tjtoted by t. 61ar,U.1I J Ah, DOliffVanet the latal hour! Ifamwell, limy squFbr delight-, ut how en Wrlaed Ut non live, thU4 bvinisl'd fron lhy sight, r To my rond heart no rivul joy supplies the loss of Ihe ; 73ut who can iteii ithou, my, dear, will o'er rememkber ine ? et WlliP' imy re4less, wnnd'ring tho'ts pursue-their lost reup.S,. Vhwearied nay they trace iiepath where'er luy IMiei goes ; 'orever Lailmn bhall bu there attenidftwo still on ihee ; But who can tell if thou, r.:y dear;- wil' -eer remember ie ? Alone, thro' unfrequeitiod; V4.1v-, OlI pen. sivo staus I-rove. N IoAttierooks, .IiTk th'e trees, where dwells ty Wil!anlt 10-Ve ? 'lte silurit"Iye, t,hb rosy morn, my constant searehes see ;. But who can tell if thoup my dear,. -Will o'er remember me ?. Oft I'Il review tlit smiling cenes, each fav'rite brook ind tree...

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. — 10 April 1866

*i d k. lio.A ** TRImW EEjLT nws portes.] - WINNSBONOi S. C., TUA AY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1866. - VO. m. an SPALLAIRD AND DESPORTES. RATS 01V SYI11CIPTIoN: "THE NEWS" is published on Tuesday, Thursday and. Saturday, at $0.00 per an num, invariably 'in advance. - Singlb copies ten cente. -.ADVnT.18tNa ATEs: Ordinary ndvertisemil'p, occupying not more than ten lines, (one square,) will be Inserted in "1in NEws," at $1.00 for the first insertion and seventy-five otntsfor each subsequent publication. Larger advertisements, when no contract is made, will be charged in exact propor t,ion. 'Contracts will be made in accordance with ithe'ollowing schedule :' column1 me. $ 20. t columnG mo. $ 75. " 1 " 80. . 6 "' 100. " 1 " 46. 1 " . -" 120. S " 8 " 46. " 1 year 100. i "8 "6 . 60. " 1 - , 120. 1 "8 "1 75. "4 1 ," 200 Contracts will:also be made for smaller spaces and for all periods over a month. For announcing a caudidate to any office of profit, honor or trust $10.00. Marriage, Obituary Noti...

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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