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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 24 April 1866

FrmEurope. ev b Thle'folowing nlews w'as re*eived by the Saxonia: AUTOGRAPH LXTTER OV TH4 QV The following graceli i,ias written by toQieen WlT5-ea "W INDSOR CASTL, March 28, 1866. "The Queen hears that Mr. Peabody intends shortly to return to America, and she would be sorry ..that he alwuld leave Eigland witqut being assued by herselfhow deeply she appreciates the noble act of more than pr nely niunifl conce by which Ie has sought to r#litve the wants of the poorer classes of tier subjects resident in London. It is an act, as the Queen believes, wholly withdut parallel, and which will carry its best re"erd in the consciousness of .1aving contrIbuted so largely to the'assistauce of those who can so little help them selves. The Queen would not, how. ever, have been satisfied without giving M-. Peabody some public nArk of.ier sense of his munificence, and she would gladly have confirred upon him either a baronetoy or the Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath, but that she under. stands...

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 April 1866

Local Items. Towu 3I1r.shals.-The Council ;hs el-:ted two marshals, Messrs. T. D. Oxner, and Thos. Oxner. Tho Mam shals have entered upon tho discharge of their duties. wlicli among od.ier things, is to keep peaco and quiet in the corporate limits, among all clisses' and colors.. Let every one aid them in their duty. The Lumber Coning.-It is pleasing to ann1onnee that Council has ordered lumber for repairing the bridges in A terrific stoi of rain, wid, thunder and lightning prevailed here Sunday Failing Ruins.-A portion of the! walls of the old Woodward house -ftll from the force of ti wind yesterday forenoon. I Crazy FrcrdIneC.-A poor victim to fits beeane a lmatic Sniday froimti an attlaek of lits, ant aemlipted to kill his wifl il children with nill axe. IIis colored friends chaiined him and secured him i the GUiard-Ioise vesterdav. Ile ought to be st. to the Preedinan's Bureau or to the As, him. New Advertisements.-Ateiion ! ye Swine, and yo Goats alius Coluri milouse n11tism ic...

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 April 1866

L"R T"E ""'w.J SUGGESTDE BY THE PROCLAMATION OF PBACE. Once more the note o. Peace Breaks on the list'ning ear, And war's last discords cease, As ring the tidings clear! Peace, that we woed so oft As fell the April show'rs, Peace, that we pray'd for soft, Midst vines of Summer bow'rs. Peace, thatwe pledmight beam, When Autumn leaves should sere, Peace, that in fancy's dream We hail'd with Christmas cheer! It came not as we sought, Came not, to answer pray'r, Came not, with blessings fraught, Or Freedom, on the air I Now, as its banners white Our sunny land o'erspread, Our eyes refuse the light, Our souls are with the dead. Where joyous shouts should rise The asure skies to cleave, Deep, minor tones, of sighi, 'heir moaning chords upheave. They cry us "Peace, yea, Peace," And, faint we murmur "No," Till words of Hfeav'nly Peace Rebuke-"God wills it so." God, wills it so! Amen Lord, we accept the boon, Our hearts that Peace may ken, Which Thou canst give, alone. Not as the world doth ...

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. — 26 April 1866

By Gaillard & Desportes.] WINNSBORO, S. C., THURSD MORNING, AP14E 26, 1866, [VOL. III.-NO. 17 HAIT irF SUDSIM 1ION: ."THE NEWS" is putblishe'l onl Tu'esdaiy, Tursday and Salturdiyay, it S;.0 pet an uin, invariably in adVICe. Single copies ten celts. AlIm:nRTtSIgq, RA-rES: Ordiniry advetiit ent occupying not more than ten lines, '(oti ilinre. ) will he insmerted in "'n1 i Niws," at $1.00 for the first. insertion and Seventiy-five Ilits Im eact subseqluent puiblicat ion. Larger ndvertisenetlnt. whel no contract is nmade, will be earged i exact propor tion. Cofitrnets will be niIde in iccotdance with lie fuoloing eeheIlde : coluninal mo. $ 21I colituin mo. S 75. 3 - 1 :30. ?, " 6 a 100. M. 0 " 120. 4 " 74. I I year 1110. .. "(1"4). .1 1 -- 120. 7. 1 1 200 Contracts will alto be mllade for smnallcr Spaces anid for all periodl-4 ove: i'L 1110111 It. For annotineing a candidate to ainy offlee ofprofit, honor or trust $1 0.00. M[arriltgp, )biiltary 'inticees, &C.. will be Cha.ged t...

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. — 26 April 1866

Notes on tle Constitution of the li iltcd nY D. B. 3i'(R3!i AnTICLF. an. NM 'son shl i oreh a 'not ha at w to tw "five years, and been seven years a citi "zen >f the United S. ates,.an,d who shall "not, when elected, bel iA itilhitant of ,%haL State in whie"WsMli be-ttnst.m There are three poinfH in thti4 %worthy of consideration. 1. Thq ag of the representative. This ,securea t ofice against novices. A man nust be a man for a' that which the positiont;e, quires of him. 2. Hfis citizenship. * A residence of seven years is supposed $q identify a citizen of the United States with the welfare of the States. 3. His habitation in the State electing hilh. Mark the distinction between "citize" and "inhabitant." The first enjoys the immunities, the privileges and the free dom of the whole Unin. But th;seo 9nd, in addition to all these, enjoys pe culiar rights in his native or ad6pted State ; rid by his State is meant that one in which the representative has, holds or keeps himself. So wh...

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. — 26 April 1866

LO e tl I (e in5 l Ha11(id Jack.oll.-The poit of t.ho-e distinUisiled leaders itn hev C, I federacy call I se.en it ihe Po' (!lice. there are several of' vell for a. Every man in, t Souit who uau 11h1 amot siltho li atdortihis iom , he it vvir so bumb111le, with t.hvse portraits. i Ou both those noble11 brmvn is- g(.n1:1s Atamlpedl. In t.hk. hoad of Jack"on tho strong and vigormli int11.enul fac tills ar massed in p 0i )0 pro iion' I ]t hcoars mmunitak:ible imarks- of :I quick, briliat, and inventivt in-et mnitit y. 1I mutst htavo had at rt-mari.,bb- 1,reSCe Of mind -m an 11a o.st inilkiw -d e aS a1 Military conmmandor, of the motive.. of his 'knl igonist. Vith equal [t:ts he fort both, Jacks It Wot1 :1r-rive it eI chisiotn sootier thi L -.. Jaik.son' s plan wouild not. stemved bet: er, ea mnih weueit nm.-ht ho a l.wt tor on. th1:11 L ee's, but b use it wold be oxv(e11t1, I soultf-r. 'GivP m i nw le' o W111Uhl Say. 'JxtIl n t hin,t,' % illd sav .Ja k Son). A hg army woibl he a e ito...

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. — 26 April 1866

[Fou TIVE 'NEW9.) The following was *ritten by PIETao DUONAVMNTURA MEITAsTASIo. An Italian Poet, who was born in 1608 and died in 1782. He was distinguished for the smooth neis and elegance of hil writinge, and the beauty and purity of hil thoughts. The idea contained in these Verses is not un common, but Metastaslo expresses it most gracefally, and imparts to it the truo har 'nony and beauty of' poetry. They are *orth the time and trouble of comnitting to memory, as they serve to suppress envy, and to beget sweet charity. Were ev'ry man's internal care, Written on his brow ; How many would our pity share, Who raise our envy now. The secret sorrow, if reveal'd, Of ev'ry troubled breast ; Would show that onl when conceal'd, That lot appear'd the best. MAx.-Every mnai is a Republic iin miniature, although very limited in its parts, yet very difficult to govern. EaC; individual is a little world of elements and having life like the brutes, and rea son like the angels, it seems as thoug...

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. — 28 April 1866

T TW EEkLY 1^6.Ew.o ByGallrd&Depoteo WNNBOO S Cl AT-;PDA ORIN, PIL 28, 1866- [VOL. III.-NO. 388 TIHI TRI-WHERIY NEW BY GAILLARD AND DESPORTES. IATHS OF SUBSCtIPTION: ."TIlE NI-WS" is published on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at $6.00 per au buin. invariably in advance. Single copies ten cents. ADVI:RTISINo RATES: Ordinary advertisements, occupying not more than ten lines, (one square,) will be inuerted in "'ins Niws," at. $1.00 for the first insertion and seventy-flve etnts for each subsequent publication. Larger aivertiscncnts, when no contract is made, will be charged in exact propor tion. Contracts will be made in accordance with hile following schedule column1 mo. $ 20. ,} column 1 mo. $ 75. 1 " 80. I " 6 " 100. 1 " 1 " 45.11 " 0 " 120. 3 " " 45. } " 1 year 100. A " 8" 60. " 1 .' 120. 8 " 7. " 1 " 200 Contracts will also be made for smaller spaces and for all perioiis over a month. For annouicing a candidate to any office of prolit, honor or trust $10.00. Marriage, Obitua...

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. — 28 April 1866

FloquinfTribite to Mr. Davis. Frum 1!. Richnotid Exaniner of' the 18ih . aelerUlO Mr. Davis. The Fond Lu4o PrepssOis ,-on ab ni distinguitied, conervitijb Journal. which we have frequently had oca:4,) 4I make extructs on acconnteof its olearly d L' Cal and ominently pari4 viewo paAti4 following just thibro ?I iailus Statesmnn-and' Uncompla tg prisoner a. Fortress Monroe, and makes a demand for his releaso on the purest ground' 'of reason. It says: .XXPrOTBD - R1L1ASN-'H 0ROUS' *rP11tf11tTI We have always regarded as t fiqt tet, That sboneO or laeor Jetterson Davit Il bo released without ling brougit to t,r;il, un tess, indeed, his ceittor succeeded in lAe r evident design, to turder hiim, by the S'l o torture of rigorous confiticineat, to whih th'e had beeI subjected. . CONVICTION. It would 'be impossibe to 0onVict-hlith . a traitor before qny uourl, except. indeed, a miilitary commission, composed - of .#ah creatures. as the inin who pronountiol the death sentence upon 6rs. Burrati...

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. — 28 April 1866

LocaL.items. _ The' Town Coinitil mt- oil Thtrsday iii -h t. L Tlo C'ntil has made ariange ments to liave the streets worked. There are pli,es on everv street. need ing it, 11ey hav-j pureliaset a rope to re TpAhco tile weak one nached 1.0 one of the Town Clock -eights. The Council lia4 aithorized ite Mar shals to rivg tht *trket- bell at ten o'clock every night, as a warnirig to all persotis who mty he disposed to disturb the peace.ol the town "after honr,," as 'well as to remind citiztens that the "watchmen of the night," keep vigils t6ver and ubout their homes. No per uon will be prlvibitel walking the streets, who bhaves hinmel(. The Weather for lhe piast week eding tile 27th inc., has been remarkable for its constant and strong winds. Saturlay, 21s4t, was the warmest day, -neln temperature, 74 degrees. Tuesday, 24th, the coolest, mean temperttire, 62 degrees. The average mean dmiiing the week 67 degree,-cool enough to check, nt. teriallv, vegetable growth. Tht-re has been no ra...

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. — 28 April 1866

THE ORIOIN OF U1,. A correspondent of the New York W6ne, writing from Salt Lake City, givea the fol. lowing poem by a young Morrboness, Miss Sarah E. Carmichael. It, is one of the boldest flights of fanoy we have seen for many a day: The Fallen looked on the world'andsneered, "I'oan guess," s muttered, "why God is feared, Por the eyes of mortal are fain to shun the midnight Reaven that hath no sun. Itwill stand on'the height of the hills and wait fhere the day goes out at the western gate, And, reaehiftlup to its crown, will tear From its phMts-of glory the brightest there: With the tltn ray I will light the sod, And turn tW. eyes of the world from God." lie stood on 'the height when the sun went down, Ie tore one plume from the day's bright crown, the proud beam stooped till he touched its brow, And the print of his fingers are on it now; And the blush of its anger ferevermote karns red-when it p6sses the wiestern door. te broken feather above him whirled, Its flanteof torture arou...

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 May 1866

1 . r - - L. At v pAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1866. [VOL. III.N [VO. II -O.:0 Aq1 the. M . coh 1 44 4 Ell, CarAraCt" wvill alsolY spaces an for all peri For Rnnounciog a e4dn of profit. honor or tru4t Marriage, Obituary N' charged the same as ndt, Letter from General larly S tien, after tin Extensive tended Visit HAVANA, April 15, "To the Edito.of tho New Yoi Si-I have just ret tirnted fronI co, after a sojourn of three moit that country. Hiving received Vrirginia several letters of inqui regard to the prospects for eni*gritg Mexico, and having learned that uia persons in that as well as the oti Sonthern States (esire to emigratu will state, through your columns, the r sult of my owna observation and the inl formation receiveI from others on whose' judgment I could rely. I must stateil in the first place, that my personal ob". servation of the country was codinduil to what I saw in passing and repassing. over the stage route from Vera Cruz L the city of .\lxico ; the greater part o my time ...

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 May 1866

Currcit of Evc1nI4. CONUEItXSSIONAL Olt the 25th the Senate passed the bill for - the admIlision of Colorado, by a vote of 19 against 18, Several Senators wero absent or Ralred off. s T Tax 1ill was repotted In the House. S rOnVION. The Austro-0erman difilculty continues oritiohi. Austria is reported to havo refus ed compliance with Prussia's request to i withdraw her order for the mobilisation of is her corps d'armeo. t GAEA. 08 deaths from cholera, and 9 new cases *cri reported last week in New York. i Steel rails, Instead of iron ones, are to be 0 laid on the Hudson River Railroad. They C cost twice as naltch as iron, but last ten t times as long. Dr Siator, health officer of Halifax, who gave medical aid to the victins of cholera on a the England, died of that disease on the 6th instant. 5 1'oLITICAb. ti EGI,ABlTu-The city has elected Dr. Grier, Democrat, by about 400 majority eleven out of twelvo councilmon, and five otit of the sit freo-hbl'ders. LINDE-Ras formerly gono Republ...

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 May 1866

LocalAtecnis. New Adverlisements.-"4, t.cce. Also, Mesrg. Ba't, -Rivee o a. Accrostic. And Honse ror Rent. To.Advor11jer, iOrders ir advertis ing ?otId be handed in by noon of Mondays, 'ednjlayse mni Fridays, to )secure insrtion iti the next day'a Aosue. How TO -06ox SunA.-Thero be oth s,ys 177i Round Tnble, "who ould hack a shad to pieces and cook 44le fractions li a frying-pan. The fish A41idd be split open, carefully clenned, brod whole on a large gridiron. anl ititede witk frst butter, mal served maokiti h T.o cod immite.are needeI. -except.salt ftid -white pepper, 4er broiied, shad har.h a savor that mo sRe can im., Provt,:. 'ho more insipid codfiash, and .tljio dri'htt bass may req"ire a dish-of .AnChovy Or soy to give them zest, but youtrbroiled hAnd contains within itself anmbriAial eleamnto which it were treason to-the pilatet <disgnise:. Some epicu res prefer the sad baked, and realy, if t.he stmfling be jadicieusly com-Pomifded egg, brendc,rnm, loii and thyme, nd <b...

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 May 1866

[IFOR THS NIMS5.) THE WARNINGI Was written by the Rev. Robert Harriok; a poet whose productions were collected and published under the name of Tis IlEsrzi oss, and are remarkable for their spirit and sportiveness, and. alse, for their simple and quaint beauty. lie flourishedt at the end of the sixteenth and in the beginning of the seventeenth century. Tis WAANIM1,though, posibly, Inrinjion in its tAndpncy, might as well be republished, as the mischievous folly it inculcates, will be acted upon, most probably, in all ages. E. W. D. Gather the rose-buds while ye may, Old Time is still a-flying; And that same flower that blooms to.day, To-morrow may-be a-dying. The glorious lamp of Heaven, the sun, The higher he's a-getting; The sooner will his race be run, And nigher he's to setting. The age is best which is the first, When youth and blood are warmer; This being spent, the woise and worse time Still succeed the former. Then be not coy but use your time, And while ye may go marry; For ...

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 May 1866

THE TU-WEEKLY NEWS. By. Gaillard A Desportes.] WINNSBORO, . ., THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1866. --[VOL. III.-NO. 40. BY DALLARD AND DESPOTES. UATE1 OF 19111BSRIPTION: "THE NEWS" Is publisliil on Tuesday, Trhursday and Saturday, at $O.A0 per an. hum. invarlAbly in advance. Single copies ten cents. ADVEWiSING RATES: 1rdinary advertisements, occupying not ibre thian ton lines, (one squaro,) will be tiootted In "1i Nxws," at $1.00 for the $lil4 insertion and seventy-five col,ts for cach -, ;Ilbiequent publication. Larger advertisemnnts, when no contract. Ji napde, will be c harged ip exact propor t01k n Contracts will be made in accordance with the following schedle . . olumn 1 me. $ 20. . column 6 me. $ 75. 1" 80. . " 161 100. 1 " 45. 1 0 120. 0 " 46. " 1 year 1(). 3 " 00. "4 1 120. S8'" 75. " 1 " 200 - Contracts will also be made for smaller spaces and for all periods over a month. For announcing a candidate to any office of profit, honor or trust $10.00. Marriage, Obiltunry Notices, &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. — 3 May 1866

citrrent or Erents. M11ISCELLANEOs. A HowL Iro)i Nsw ENGLAND -At the late session of the New England Metho. diet Episcopal Conference, held at Chicopee, Massachusetts, the followiug reslution was unanimously adopted: Resolved, That we cordially approve and admire the noble stand taken and maintain ed by the Senato and Houso of Representa tives In Washington against nny connivance or compromise with treason or oppression. Especially do we offer our sympathies and prayers for our honored Senators, one of whom has endured in the past with martyr's fortitude, the barbartous assaults upon his person of the champion of slavery, and has lately been called to endure an equally un justifiable assault upon his reputation by the present Cnlef Magistrate of the United States. The President's message was read in China forty-threo days after it was read in Washington. It was telegraphed from Washington to San Francisco, and carried thence to China by a sailing vessel, that made the remarkably qui...

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 May 1866

LOca liems. To Atvertisrg.-Orders for. rvdvertis ing should bm handed in by nmon ot Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, to 'secure insertion in tit n(-xt, day's iisuc. 0OMMERCIAL. NF,w Yony., April 27.-Cotton de 'ined from two to three cents. Sales iat 31 cents. Gold 28'. NE.W YORK, April 30.-Cotton quiet but firmer; saes two hundred and fifty balusat 34c. per lb. Gold 26}. AuoUSTA, A pril 21.-The cotton market, is flat. Few sales at from 20 a 426e., according to quality. Gold is ii, ,guod denitid. Brokers are buying at 27, and selling at 28. Silver, buying at 20, and selling at 25. Ny.w ORuEANs, April 27.-Cotton irregular; sales 700 bales; low iniddling -at 30c. Week's sales Q,300 ; receipts 10,300. against 10.800 last week ;x. poris for tbo week, 18,1:30 bales ; to-day's receiipts, 240 bales. Stock on hand, 153,450 balels. Prime to choice coffree, 20a2l(. Corn firm, at $1.05a*1.lO. Superfine flour, $8.50. Bacon, shoil ders, 131.; clear sides, 17{c. lHny; *30. Gold 133. NASUVl,, April...

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 May 1866

THE PIPES AT LUCKNOW. DY JouN 0. WHITTIER. [The historical incident, upon which these beaut!ful lines are writtei, occurred during tho Sepoy rebellion in the East In dies. The garrison at Lucknow was sur rounded by overwelming numbers of Sepoys and was reduced to the point of starvation and almost despair, when a Scotoh lassie heard the pipes of a Highland regiment coming to their relief.] Pipes of the misty moorland, Voice of the glon and hill, The drone of highland torrent, The song of lowland rill Not the braes of broom and heather,. N or the mountains dark with rain, Nor maiden's bower, nor border tower,. Have heard your sweetest strain Dear to the lowland reaper, And plaided mountaineer, T 'he cottage and the castle .he Scottish pipes are dear, Sweet sounds the ancient pibroch, O'er mountain, loch and glade; But sweetest of all music The pipes at Lucknow played I Day by (lay, the Indian tiger Louder yelled and nearer.crept; Round and round the jungle serpent Nearer and nearer c...

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 May 1866

TaE TRI-WEEMIY N L. URD M Y 5 16(-'. EVOL. ml.--NO.41 Till T IR EEKIY NEWN BY GAILLARO AND DESPORTES, IATES OF sV18(eRPToN: "TI1E NEWS" is pitliAWed on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at $6.00 per an. num. invariably In advtide. Single copies ten cents. ADVICRTISINO RtArES: Ordinary advertisements, occupying not moro than ten lines. (one square.) will be inserted in "'1im, Nxws," at. $1.00 for the first insertion and seveuty-five c,nts for each *Mbaequlent pu1blication. TEarger advertisements, when no contract 'Ts'Wade, will be charged in ,: ,ct propor lt'%. , 6 Is will bo made in accordance with f1 ig schleilulo t coluilh 'bo. $ 20. columnt 0Mo. $ 76. 4 " -" 30... " 6" 100. 1 " 1" 45. 1 6 " 120. S 3" 45. " 1 year 100. 4 " 3 4 60. " 1 120. 1 3 " 75. 1 1 1 " 200 Contracts will also be made for smaller spaces an,1 for all periods over a month. For aiuncing a candidate to any olice of profit, -honor or.trust $10.00. Marriage, Obituary Notices. &c., will be oharged the same as adver...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
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