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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 12 June 1866

*NSBORO. y Mornig, June 12,. 1866. . P. S 1tim.:t, Esq., is the t for this paper iii Chare.iston The Teariers Assistant. iig becorme finma wvith ti(- .11 , Iow shall th., chib be 11-o1ht to It 1ust h r01mvier hat i the child has m:s;terd te t lhphn it has lournt only tihe primry nds of the sevcral letters. Of A for 4mple the child has len ta ught but e sound, and that i tho und of A Sis in the word "f i'" u! :b:: re other sounds given to this letter in Ao words fat, fair, talk, what :ml tar. Ina so it is with the ot,er vowel!, ech ' aVing'see'r sotumls. Nov.' shall th .izhild.bQ tatight the vains pvcrs of' 6o various vow"ls ? We anwtri em hstically -No. But how .hall ti .qhild be taught to read unlei I spemds Jvqek after week in speliling ouu syllabls and ordis ? e answer, by teing i t child inI .,ap "rfectly iatural way. I low does t!. Aother tonch her child to distiniuii,t e momber of* the f.auil v fr:im ano:h. - ? Does she do it. by taking the li1tl e itrough a I-mg rigimi-olo of...

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. — 12 June 1866

Local Items. yesrteday the sound of the rought out the deniz-es of tow i Iewild fire the report at Mrs. Fraoer's dwelling was it that one was soon contradict. e 4ct that the kitchen roof had bu was extinguished after doing e a mage. o A ent. reg t to learn that Mr. Samuel nst met with an accident last bvhich lhe had a leg broken. on a way to church, the horse ay th the buggy, and threw nut. nrgreatly indebted to the t of io Southern Express, Mr. and also to Mr. W. A. is ,tq,, for late papers. A temcats, cee ,Tohnson, Herbert and Co's ver vit, Cincinnati. H tolen, and C to be givAn on 21st and 22nd st. -- To rtigets.-Orders for advertis. g I be handed in by noon o on Wednesdays and Fridays, to ect ortion in the next day's issue -NNE. R 0 I ; noRO, J une 10.-Cotton-27 *15. a 16. per barrel. 7 to 30c per poumd. (,1.75 per bushel. 1.75 per bushel. 18 to 25c per pound. . 1.75 per bushel. m, 75c per gallon. 5.00 per sack. 25c. per pound. 20 to 25c. per dozen. -o 5 to $1.10 per pound. -A. ...

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. — 12 June 1866

C- I -V itl. ing ad drunk his till, aIt te moon on Motian's rill, idnight lair had Im:rde ney's lizel slha1de un his heacon red I Benkv.)ir!ieh': h,.i. thed blood-hound'i heavy lay d Oie rocky vi.w, om rurther divance 1rin, lie claiging hoof und hoit. - ni. hen9s his warder ci1, .lw toctn"n stormi the Wall,. 111onlirebl of, 0he wVI:1v, ht,;is(.Ibehery cCh ea S.ia T s !,et caireur het., (lps f'rmin h is 1!ank s hie -:4)o. - I 1klader prou'l :1 fl bf ig,t be:imed trevtlet to Ile :-kv galyzed a,down thele. siiffe'l the taintd,k - t lim :il.d I1 lkt cl r . n i kened us lthe ch2isel' e fidh brave bound iw- cop-e :o clered, telinig forN cu-d Il-e an-l;. te wfild heat!v ht' 1f'anll\'ar. iii. the view the opcning paok. Iandi. caverni 1;'id olhemp back; The lninlg'ed Sumlld at once An nied 11no1nt1oin gave respfons.e, dl't (I dogi baved deep.in, tr:r,, Thl I huIndIred steeds ai g. An e the merry hornq rung out, W voicos Joined i shout : N tud whoop and Iwild 111lloo Nor.voir-lich'7s echoe , ...

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. — 14 June 1866

7TEE TRI-WEULY NEWS. Gaillard, Desportes & Co.] WINNSBORO, S. C., THIURSDMORNING -NO. 5. ' TR[-VEEKJY NEWi [Froin tho Philadolphia Age.] The Troth at Lost. We find the following in the Ne York Times, and beg to direct it to tit especial attention of our readers: "The vast majority of Southern pe< ple embarked In the rebellion. The will certainly direct and shape the pul; lie opinion theore. They embirked i rebellion uider the strongest convic tions that they could not live with 11 ps a united people. In ily opinio -while the istitutions of slavery con thmed to form their hialits and nation at character, they were right in regard hig the differences betwoen us as irre conciluble an( irrepressible. It is impossible for usof the North t understand that the Southern peoph were sincere in their convictions, am when this fact is admitted, is it no plain that there were no mnms of set thing our differences except by rosor to war? The Supreme Court had no jurisdic (ion by which to pe...

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. — 14 June 1866

801 Agedfe r it h e Having reyoived our now tyyesO e xpect~ to issue the ir.t num . o; the. IIERALD onl eVdnesdayu ncu . e will end out i great, nm r I th i first iAdeN terugh th varian pir tionsof the District. it will be to the i'terest of' aivert tier:,- to an il clmii selves of the oplpor*iIIt IiNty ltl aimti-6.1 to the public wit ltey h:ve and where t hey can ibe fmind. All such not.vc4 should Ile Iml", in as early as prctie:thle, Iy Sat . miorninig, if po~ssile. Editorinl Ilittling.s. "1Tie garmen is a heii l % l0nIle I of* agricultural lifi vl writl,I ill l.w-)tVV lf there is pe-niry inllp-,w,, a . Icets and tomiatoevs, %.We u.tteptr 1Ic, 46 filitiolnantd call lor at least ono eilliN of t.he revised cditin i f . -h h li S A :A t M yis 6 l n othinl., ii l it 'li'. 1i isloly welt) e. It oughti to br mi!l .. l e this w%ay 11w-l, for-I il - all ,e.etd -r"the Pr'n I.;. tU erill %Vo n! r1I Iigh t gowin mi i lit co a- . ",-, 2it it recent Itall in I ri-.' W1ell, ta a o h i ;n thatt ...

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. — 14 June 1866

Local lItmsi To Advertisers. -Orders for advertis tig 8110111d bo handed in by noon o Mondays, We<dnesdays anl 'Fridays, to secure insertion. in. te noxn datv,'s issuo C OMMERUIAL. \VINNSHono, June 13.-Cottot-28 ,urrency. Flotr, $15. a 16. pir barrel. Lard, 27 to 30c per pound. 'orn, $1.75 per btisil. Pens, $1.75 per htshel. Iacon. 20 to 25c per pound. Meal, *1.75 per bushel. Sorghum, 75c per gallon. Sait, $5.00 per sack. Butter, 25c. per pound. Hggs, 20 to 25c. per dozen. Tobneo. 45 to $1.10 per pound. Gold, 35 Cot.aM III A, June 11.-Cot to,,, Is to 23, gold; 23 to 32, Currency. Corn, $1.50 to 1.70 per blishel. Flour,41 I to 15 per barrel Onts, $1.10 to 1.20 per bushel. Peas, *2.00 to 2.10 per bushel. -lay, *2 25 to 2.70. Rice, Rangoon. prime, 11-I. to I Ic; -Carolina 14 to 15c. Tobacco, 45e. to 1.10 per pouind. Coin, gold 37 to 40c. premiumn. CHARITTP, Iuno 13, 1866.-Cotton. -ANone offering. Flour, $12.50 a 14.00 ppr barrel. Bacon, I Gj a 18e. per p,ound. Corn, $1.50 a 1.60 per...

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. — 14 June 1866

Salle, whose reidClUe is StIhewti-re )I t Alabaifma river, sent. to tile Mobile T4rir) a tow days ago, ain int*estiig ailcut of pholitenoti thait, ocmurel 11nd 11. 11s ov observation. Tie following is lis letter the Tribunc : TuDS^Y, May 15th, 18,AUG -1 heewi senid y6iu someo mueteovic earth aniet ,Ilieco st.one whici fell yesterlay amio-d i it t yard and in th yaril of One o' lily negiro W men, which Is 4 hundred yaurds froim m'.ty ow T hey commnenced r'alling al1 dtt, a-t h:n-vr va None that ell yest erily 111p'elte:t1 Io Im been subjected to heat. Tne siliceotus stou wh1en it fOll, was so hot th1t it col114 not held in the inked hand. Tlho lat lte (t] siliceous stoiie,) rell to-d;ay abouit a qtart after twelve o'clock by the (-lock. 'T larger piece of earlit, wichIl(. yol 4ce, h been subjected to a high degree of Iett, 1 a few mnitites alter*wa'ds i t was so h1 that Oho girl who brvotght it, to Ilmo w compelleol to brig it. in he! aprm. Stinday, tie- 13th, tile Fky was lowerinl a...

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. — 16 June 1866

TIE TRi-WEEKLY NEWS. - Gaillard, DesportesA Co.] WINNSBOR02 S. C, SAT URLY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1866. [VOL. III.-NO. 59. I TI#lVBEKLY NHW [1Wriaun for the Wilnoo ew ] A Leaf from Memory, DY WANDERHU. . Oh Cu aI Thqu fairest of all Miir latids How often 'does the hand tf fatny tot back t he dark and blotted leaves 'f tho book of mnuory to that page where in the clearest jyl,to retllectiols of our charins are set fo il might Co umbus exclaim, "lispaniolit 11 Paradiso," for verily, all earthly paradise thou art, With your soft and balmy climate, luxurious fruits, mag iicent flowers, ha.spifable so0nt, your love ly and accomplishled daughtdrs, whose va ried charms might well make the suscepti 14e helrt ol youth inagit.e imaelf in the heaven of that prophetical ofil sinner-M honet-with houris all around him. 'Tis now several years sinco I visited Cuba, in the capacity of confidential clerk to a Southern importing house to transct sote .special bus,uss with a mercantile house in hiiannq.'and...

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. — 16 June 1866

VTINNSBORO. Tr T. P'. tmA, . sole ag0tIIfir j1iis paper in- Ohibl I S. C. : Radicali!I is thoe full thait tcated and fed the civil war, adal it gavei pwer to i>arty,.that pauty is d-termin ed to hold on to the power c ven at thol risk of' prolonging ir indclinitely the civil wax. Stealiig Mlong tihr Ralironil. We have lately heard of suveral in stances of loss along the line of rail road betweei this and Charleston. IL is beconing a nu11isane. Cown is sto. len, and evet boxes nailed and looped are broken into. Canot s,mithing be d]one to put a stop to this phider Conreinptible P1agairbnt. Ehe extracthelow is the tetii tion of the report of the Reconstrue tion colmitteo. 0Te (ort. to a po O he great and good fathersl ofur Cons"titui - tion in their report of tlmt istron( lit from the Convention to the Coll gress is too polpaHle to es,ci,e d t ec tion If thoso notorious liftften coui lay elaim to as pure Inotives.I as thw. other Sixty-five, their report might re ceive as least a de...

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. — 16 June 1866

- _ Local Items, 'Tlte Weather. The mean temperature for the week -85. The ten peraturo has been re inarkably imniohn. Deligltful showers on Tuesday, the 1.tl, and yesterday, 15th. lcigiois ServiC'es May be expected to-morrow as fol. lows : M. E. Church, Rev. A. G. Stacy, I t A M. and 71. P. M. ECpiscopal Church, Rev. W. P. Di Bose, II A. M. and 5 P. M. 'The New Well Bucket Apparatus. We have soeei a new affair of this 'description at Messrs Bacot, Rivers & Co., which wu will further notice in our jext.. See Elliott Co's Reduction in Prices. To Advertisers-Orders for advertis. ina should be handed in by noon o Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, to secure insertion in the next day's issue A Richmond despatch ays the Presi dont has expressed confidence in the jury of Virginia gentlemen, even on the question of treason. The President has alo expressed,hls belief in the chargo of assassination brought against Mr. Dhtvis. COMM E R 0 IA L. WIN.Nsn1O4, June 15.-Cotton-28 cirrmncy. Flour,...

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. — 16 June 1866

I N Alr N I-%wsr tens oo ron No '. - -The following article should be read anld ponder ed well by every man who falkes a Ws paper without paying for it : My observation enables me to siate, as a fact, the publishers of liewspapers are inorb Pootely rewarded than any other class vi* mien it the United States who invest nu wiual amount of labor, capital and thought. h'liey ire expected to to more service for less pay, t stand more sponging and 4dead headin,, to pull and defend more people wil houI fee or hope of reward, thai any other class. They credit wider and letiger. get. off ener cheated, Vuffer lniore peeimiary bwss, are I oftener the vitimis of inispoiaeed cotil,:encu 0 than any other calling inl the co111nnu1ity I People pay a printer's hill with more retlneti. anlce than any otiher. It goes IAder wTitih them to expend a dollar on a valuable news tnper than len on a needlesi gewgaw; yet everybody aviils himself of the oive of I it editor's pen and printer's ink. llow many pro...

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. — 19 June 1866

VOL. 111.] WINNSBORO, S. C., T SDAY, JUNE 1, 1866. NO. 6o. TilB TRI-WHE Y N9WS, 18 ft'OLIsHED EVERY TUE8DA TIiUAs bAY AND sArURDAYp. 4fGaillard, Deepor.es & Oo. lit Winitsboro,' S. a., at $6.00 per an tnitn, in advance. THE FAIRFINLD 11ECIALD, IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORN ING, AT $3.00 PER ANNUM. [roa tu NSWO.] GIVE ME A SEASID8 ROME. o give me .4144e by the bright blue sea, Where t 'wavei laugh with' careless lgi Let the y-eighing night-winds lull me to sleep, ?4y slumbers .e roueed by the voice of the ,deep. - 4 o give me ai whore the billows moan, I love it-I love it-that sad, sweet tone; 'Tis a general dirge o'er a boundless ton-b, Unmarked by aught save the sea-flow'rets bloom. .III Jaet me list to the wetds of the wild waves song, For It speaks of life-of a busy throng Of-a heart with its storms of joy and woe Of a soul at peace, and of "long ago." IV It reminds me, too, of a faithful band In their mission of love on a heathen strand; And it whispers then of a mother'...

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. — 19 June 1866

GENERAL DIRECTORY. *tadi4anry. DistrIct Judge-Wm R Robertson. Comnussioner in Equity-Isaao I Means. Clerk of Court-Sabil B Clow,hey. Sheriff-Elisha W OAler. ' Ordinay.-Jamea Jbbhston. Tax Collector-Robert 9, Jennings. Coreser-Roberk HavAhorn. Eseheator-Jacab Feaster. Notary Publio-Jas S Stewart. Ja E Caktlw '4P 00rbl, Roberk 1aw land,Henry Olib 6 XVen illia to a' ftaidn, Dr William vs aa, Dr V Lauder4alt. QF~ 06Iil8810ifES. u t John Ulnon, Edward o y, Rbt nith, William B Wood weq4 PJohn,) Ralmert Lab%i. C Chappell, Dr J.SMeMater', Thomas M lyem. John 8 Douglass, Robert Vord,,John W McMeekin, 4&tBookkardt, Gen Edward Taylor. uea4eselottoirs of Free selaools, Thos J 1I Jons. Jacob Boekman, Arthur AC UM~, W fl l Crolhy, James A- McCro ry, K E Ellison' Dr J R MoMaster, Dr W E A)ken, Voinnalssioners to Approve Pub lic Securities.. (1111111 ED1 i nft s R Aiken, JOhAN Propst, Mansel Hall; James 8 Stewart. 4iMaissionersof PubUe Build. v i,u# #eoCate,,a ig1 5 MoMaster, ]Dr Aikea Q R !hom...

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. — 21 June 1866

TIlE TRHVEEKLY NEWS, ADVE UHIISHED EVERY TUESDAYOrdinary advertisements, occupying not TUESDAY TIIUR5more than ten lines, (ond square,) will b fiqrst insertion ifty at . for h A Wintboro,' S. C., tIt $0.00 er1,-trger advertiseienIs when no contract s made, will be charged in exact prop ill advalice. I-- inon. popr 113 F~~oi !nntinenw .nAdt to Uany offie THIE FAIRFIELD HERALD, o .1 f110it 110-o IS PUBI.ISiED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORN- .fnrrin r, uh tuar \nofie VOL. III.] WINNNSBORO, S. C., TH URSDAY, JUNE , 18 ()6. 61. over ten i.esm nd imist. be p.dd for when - .) A T n i nN 2 n' . jro w i l l n o t 3111NIC OF TIl Ti'ES. BY It.tLIAN ROZF.I. MEt.Narit. Click, click, click, click, all day long, W.ti th types from tie finger fine, As Ilongli they vero lisping a Inystic sonlg, Or whisperinllg a ghostly cline. Withlk a Sa11leCd brow an<l sadder heart, Aw-l hearing his bturden alon, 'Neat I a cloud of woo le ollowl his at, With ia mystery round him thrown. For a lovo now liit h:an withlrel ...

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. — 21 June 1866

F. C. .ThurA ily 111(ij-11111g, j illip1,16 lia e -W e Welcome ' leite" to oul coh11111u::,:Ind hopt. t lw poln wi,h4ed inl . ma ui-r so Licilt will cuni ne to grace ourV Ipvr.. . iiltu ill Every 0.1)y .h11, :.1m . If the inquis'.tiv.. (hih(] were moreI an"m.onrged in its inquniries, the World Woild present a1 thonllid poiIs 0 in. Wrest to it in after life which are lost to it. 'The eye falls u-po>n no object withl ont interest anid in*inition to the inuiring Iimd. lhe yontig onIhl Le tant-hil it as a m!i)t to go rn t u u-i -roi eveIy fie, Ind ri v r th oi call 'ttentiOn to the%oie : iat. tort f int ii hlt i n t :i;e ,i;i. t) tttn o wors :ld v.rk t a i Igs of (.Irk,:: t ion. Eti ! 1'ow (.. I,. av vrihed fromn t i (r. ll '11bo , Nature amul rm:n t.A in tho w i . IR h . ' l114". For ..': n i te, k1ke ihl(- ': p 11ratilon that fl;mws . o ;'r"o1y ni m. br I divs O:vihiii' :. wa i (I.'t i': t it,11(w m I aws :It is a !IoInwn vvei-y (-y p:.. vlift what i.- a 1h.1 1 1, b i' ) ut virtia!...

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. — 21 June 1866

iter froi Europe. FARIWn" 'M Nr.-The Sleiamn.hip) Pern. 'in iV,e i tday, bringing ,iverp'o -dates of th 7th, nd Londonderry of (h( 81ib. The sales of coftonl for the wcel amlounted to 71.000 bile.; , the market. de -ciing I ro,d. on the week. Ihe Pales o -riday were 15.00) hales, the mariket clos ing i'iloyant, witl am a-Ivanco of ( .1pl. n:iised by the advice per Jura. Iread Nt1ults firiml. Provisions quiet aind sitealy. I.os I>u, Jtitu ;--Consos closed at 86(, %) for tioney. Five-twenlies, ti, 11he Im"Hion in the liank or hngiand increas The pruqi:mn froops entecred HloWsein orl the 79h. The AusitIa"s were concentraling lit Allont. where i collisioi ii expected. The.t IimoveenitIli are regarded as a viruIal 4.101n:10en .eeent of tile wIar. It is conlirmed ia Fince hiis oflicially no 'ild l' .; land and Pruiain of thie ne go tiations 1r peace. N41p,0leon stays it i4 lW11 t A IIstriat takes lupOnk heV r ft agive re-SponISibli ity, ,till 'Ler froin Eluropc. '1 t.hm. -neo 8.-Thp Ch...

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. — 21 June 1866

.,ENERAL DIRECTORY. D)istrict JIudge-.-m R Rlobert son. Corn IsIoner inl I.(Itqity--siic H Means. Clerk of Court-Saiil 11 Clowney. Sheriff--liliha WVOIlever. Ordinary-J.amest Johnst on. Tax Collootor--I'obert It .Jennings. Coroner-Ioobrt Ilawthorn. EP'scheator-Jacob Fost er. Notary Public --Jas S Stewart. Jas E Caldwell, William Crosby, Robert lawthorn, Daniel 1I Kirklnitd, Ilenry Oib qoi. Ueorgo I Mlle:, James Aiken, William 1 Broom, Willi-m i Martin, Dr William Carlisle, 11 11 Countis, Dr 1) Laiderdale. BOARbS OF COMIa SSIONRI?:IS. Coamioners of R oads. Howell EdmundF, -John Lemon, Edward P Miobly, Robert It14 Iith. William 11 Wood ward. Dr John D Paler, Lnb.an C Climppell, Dr J It MlcNaster, Thomas M Lyles. John 8 Douighass, Rtobert I-%r.. John WV McMeekin, , M IBookhardt, Ge. Edward Taylor. Cotsuaissioner-444 Frce Sltlook. Thos .1 .1ones. -Jacob Bookman, Arthur K Craig, William Crbshy. .1aime A McCro ry, It Ellison, Dlr lJ it McMastvi, i)r V E A ikeni. CoaIImt4sioIDerst0 A pprov...

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. — 23 June 1866

V~oL IIb] ~~ORO,~. ~ STLI ,.JUNE 3,1Mi 62. 48 PUBLISIIED EVERY TUESDAY, THURS DAY AND SATURDAY, y Gilflard, Desportes & Co. t Winnsboro,'S. C., at $6.00 per an num, i.n advance. T E FAIRFELD-,EjtALD, 15 PUBLISHED EVERY W JEDAT MORN INo, AT $3.00 Pi ANNUM. OPOR THu 1WS.] "Thoro thowleked ceaso from troubling. '4hnd there the wearyteat rest," Job mt: 17. TOlli Toll! Toll! .Though thypalo ki'9 sOhe with a burning pain; Work I Work I Work ! With a, heavy heart and a rei4ry brain. Weep! Weep! WeqpI . All alobb art thou- let thy tears flow on; Mourn! Mourn I M urt I For .hy heart's f.ndest ido 'are gone-all. bono. - Throb! Throb! . hrab I 11IWly throb, -ushed heart. There are foes atound; P*y i Pray I Pray! . Th, % rmuring thought in thy soul be Nund. Rest! RestI Rest! 'Thou shAlt toil .no more-Angels kiss thy brow; lome! Ifomo! Home! There thy loved ones dwell. Thou shalt loll no more. Toil-grief-pain. Ara entombed with the past, never more to roam; liope-joy-love Are enshrined in th...

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. — 23 June 1866

Ji ij dI & i Ii. , be eitforVd at iaiy. cist. '-W ill y 11n k,10pel !w..- lie rid. -io .14,1 11he f rh -r . i IIIi IinI y o r pe rson,ital i i ,oiece to thIe not si y us yotir being ironledy" -1 an a prisnuer ol war," fieivly ro. torted D:tvis ; :-1 havi een a Soldier in, 1he orties of Ainidiieil, f6it know)V how 1.o die. ()ly kill ite. anti niy' last broath shill be a blu<sing on your hetd. Bit.l wiailo- I have life antl t;treugLh tio. roiat,.for .mi'el tutil fe' iIi people). this thilg shal itil bel done." ll0reupot Captiin Titilow called ill a sei gett ani file of solileriin'om 1h1d iext 1*oom1, lilltiho mrgeant advankled to selzei Jlepris.uqr. Ariiv ly Mr. Davis flew oi him, plIzed his,mikat and atnIpg< ;,o Wrgi' i,f,o'.Hiig OI coikr4e pt441 ip eo v i one1 15ssuo. hfere waIs aI ibtili, gi.ssionh aFi. Tu a mo*ton I Thi v1i'W11iii'g n1i 'his bett aid beforwhisotr. powerful itaseai late rdimved their hands front . lki%- (hd blackemiiti and .hil assiatatit had done- theiv ...

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. — 23 June 1866

Congressional Proceedings. WASHINOTON, June 20.-The Secre. tarv of the Treasury, in a communica tior' to the Iolse, expresses an opinion, based upon his observation of the law of 18f1, that an additional enactment. Ru. thorizing resumption by the Southern States respectively, of the remainder of the direct tax due from each, would, in vi(w of the present impoverished con dition of their people, prevent much liardship in individual cases, and save from confiscation the property of many 'persons again st whom the Government has no grounds of complaint, while no public interest would be injuriously ef. fected by the change. He states, that should this policy be adopted, the col. lection of taxes under the present sys. tem, might and ought to be discontinu. ed, until an opportunity for assumption be offered. Whether the amount realized from resales of property bid in for the Govern inent, should or should not be allowed to the States respectively, in computing the taxes still due, is a ...

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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