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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 8 April 1870

i A; WnudorrroulliValowlr pathway, ' Thongh misfortune' lot you know. Though vonr heart be sad and weary., . , Boldly op arid elaftu your birthright- . toe of vast creation's heirs What though Hhra bo beforeyon, Vou've a right i great as theirs. 313 ehl by fcihor u4 etidnrauor, . . : ,'. Onward still to work your way; -Rich) to view through cloudy p:ccut, FroinJ in the future day, ' -' Itatht torummoa golden harvest From the ever-wi Uing land. Right 10 wage the war with (ortane ; Htout of heart aud strong of baud. Let not empty fc-srs Iwm yoii, Calmly every (tauter scaa, On ly rowrd fchriok. from idiadowB, - lioldiy dare to be a man, Iit l ot Rloth delay your progress liCt not eriorlltn your eight, ' Irt, no nem at j-our endeavora JEDrivc you from lhepa'h of right. If at you tome wealthy witling, ' r 4 an . :...... nntf lurn Ills MipKrci"""" - Tlilnk that fifty iltry do" ..i.v.h.-i-Mnke thediflerence In y"r,?,-5fuilood Think, would you e x"!00' And the hope tor vhlch you raj". For U...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 8 April 1870

' ffl gtfa .rH ,nasw i t 4 !) I 1 ' i t 4 THE HERALD. TEKVC TkaTalraMm Hwill Is published i rery (Saturday morni rerr Baturdsv monln at Thru Doi 9LUU twr Bnnnm. in uivina. lata ef ATCrtMM-One square (ten lines) for one insertion, uu; eaca additional in- eeruon, it cents. ' COLUMBIA, TENS.: '' FtttPAY. APRIL 8, 187 O. . W-AXIi Advertising win be considered CASH and collectable any time after the nrt insertion. JodgC HlLABT TV AKD, of Pulaski, who passed through our city several weeks ago on his way to "Washington City, for the purpose of using his in fluence against the reconstruction of Tennessee, returned last Wednes' day. lie thinks there is uo danger whatever that the State will have to undergo the worst form of recon strnction. nrl the nrobabilitics are Etrone against any Congressional in terference at alL There is some talk of setting aside the New Constitution rnvntlv nilnnfpd lv the people of j L. . Tennessee, upon the ground that the leadins members of the Convention which f...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 8 April 1870

THE HERALD. COLUMBIA. TE5K. fkidav apkii, s, isr.1 TOWN AND COUNTY. X. O.R.M. - The Stated council fires of CBtcWiro are kmiled it Odd Fellow'. Hall, every Friday W.VANCE THOMPSON, Sachem JAS. L. QUESTS, of E. Bot, Sbae and Hat 8tvre. 31. W. Cor- Mr Pwlle jaar. Colombia. - "We now have and intend keeping the best shop band made work ia the United State, which will be sold at low price for ensb all of which tve warrant fully, aud if not as represented, wiU return the money. ' - Sheeooo & So Feb2.-ly . - ' " Sew AdverUea- ' J. M. Larkixs Co.. Insert a card in onr paper this week. Mr. Labkis has . been oieor onr loading merchant for manv years, and is favorably and gene rally kuown. He was for many years associated with Mr. W. J. Dal, and they probably had the most extent iv trade in their line in the city. After the war, he formed a co-partner ship with '.Mr. Jas. Akis, one of our most popular merchants, now deceased. Ilis exten sive experience in dealing in the finest fabrics, ma...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 8 April 1870

IlHESTWEZy BAXEOLPB AM CUT. - -; ?Tbe night before the dncV says Gen.' James Hamilton, of Soutb Caro lina, " Mr. Randolph sent lor me, I found him calm, but in a singularly kind and confiding mood. He told me that he had something on his mind to tell me. He then remarked: 'Hamilton, I have determined to re ceive, without returning, Clay's fire; nothing shall induce me to harm a hair of his head ; 1 will not make his wife a widow, or tls children orphans. Their tears would be shed over his grave; but when tie sod of Virgin in rests on tny besom, there isnot in thi? wide world one individual'to pay this tribute upon mine.' His eyes filled, and resting his head upon his hand, we remained some moments silcnL I replied 4 my dear friend (for ours was a sort of posthumous friendship, bequeathed by our mothers,) I deeply regret you have mentioned this sub ject to roe ; for you call upon me to go to the field and to see $ou shot down, or to assume the responsibility, in re gard to your own l...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 15 April 1870

i.t; L u. y t 1! . . BT OXOBOX J. BTSOSCr 4 . r - fit Hwwbfwuteoui o'er the blue expanse. Pencilling their shadows on the evenln kjr, -' - ' The gathering clouds with gaose-Uke wings oofold . Tbeir heaven-wove Upertry: ' j Veiling 1b mist the dim and wearied snm. Ere yet the drapery of his coach is won ! Behold I behold them now! Tossing their gold-ed"7)d tresses on the breesel . . - . - Gliding like angels o'er' the star-gemmed floor To heavenly symphonies! ' , Wh le distant, Ken Uke hope to faith's clear Sleeps In calm splendor the eerultan blue I Ere yet Imagination's wand ' . Han tracedt be vision on the teeming brain The fleeting pageant floats in mist away Beyond the billowy main : . . But forms more beauteous wing n their flight. ' ' ' ' V While eve reposes on the Up of night Yon castellated tower . .h-.irv As pioudly Mtt lt. turrets on the sky. . As U the portals of lis alry naU K?dZE5$ft" chamber. glide PaleTOurtte'ows-iiemUlled pride The mimic ihip unfolds , . v Her swelli...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 15 April 1870

TP TTT? TT T?.T? A T ,T X XX 12 ' XJ. J L JM. XJ X TEK1- The - folawhla Herald la published every Hataxday rooming at Tusjk Dollars per annum, iu advance. , - Eatn f Asvrrtlsla. One square (ten lines) for one insertion, IL50; each additional ln sertton,75oents. -.-... , . COLUMBIA, TEN3r.: . FRIDAY, APaiL IX, 187. ' aw ALL Advertising will be onsidcred PAS li and collectable any time after .the flrxt insertion. - . . . "What Thrj Are SajlDg A;alnst , i ' ' Below we make some choice extracts from Secretary Fletcher's testimony, given before the Reconstruction Com- ' mitlce in Congress. , Our readers can , thus readily Imagine what mountains of false evidence has been presented at Washinston. for the purpose of de- -troj'ing Tennessee Statehood. That they are gross and cowardly misrepre- '' scntations of a brave people, is readily admitted, but they will be none the less effective if they are not proven to be lies. Fletcher even drags into his "evidence the case of . Friedman, who was...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 15 April 1870

t1- .: " THE HERALD. COLUMBIA. TE3V.I l' III DAY, APOIL I, 1870. TOWN A.K1 COUSTXY. I, O.R.M. :, . ; ':v, . Tbe Stated -council hre of ChicxAmaixja Tun So. 4. I. O. R. M. of Columbia. Tenn. re kindled at Odd Fellow's Halt, every Friday Evening, one hoar tntrmmn. W. VA5CE THOMPSON, Sachem JAS.L.GUEST.3.of R. Boot, Bkao aad: Hat Store, ST. W. Cor ner Pll , 4arc, Colaaaaia. We now have and intend keeping tbe best bhop band made work in tbe United States, which will be sold at low prices for cash all of which we warrant ally, and if notaa represented, will return tbe money. Sheegog A Soy. Feh25-ly . : ' Try la to CeTtoooe- , Last Saturday when SherifrLatta went into tbe jail after Grifflo and Riddle, for the purpose of taking them to their pre liminary trial, he found they had broken the rivets in their manacles. The irons however, were apparently fast, and the fraud was not detected until the Sheriff applied his file to them. He told tbe prisoners that if they made any attempt to escap...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 15 April 1870

- - ; caUco.friBtlBS. Calico printing is an ail that has come down to us from antiquity.; The Chinese, the Egyptians, and the na tives of India understood the art of dying cotton cloth by the nse of mor dants, long before the nations of Eo , rope had cither a history or a same. The name calico is derived from Cal icut, in India, where printed muslins were manufactured at a remote peri od, aud irom whence they were first exported to Europe in 1631. Herodo tus tells us that a people living on the shores of the Caspian Sea, were in the habit of painting the figures of ani mals on cloth, with a color obtained from the icaves of trees, bruised and soaked in water. The color was not eflaceable, being as durable as the material npou which it was stamped. The permanent natnre of those colors indicate that the people possessed an intimate acquaintance with the use of mordants. Calico, in our day, is a fine cotton fabric, printed in various colors, after elaborate designs, aud the operation r...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 22 April 1870

A.--f ,l f I TTTTn ; '1 i rare tf . i VAX Mi. -. , ,. .... v , . I CATX3 Two brown h(WMk Wita. toeS cut i tna miianrcmiMtr' ire feet white and t wlflh r wo vea black and two eyes blue ; Little boy and littla girt wwa they rati Lee and Willi Grey. Ther where alaodlDc. where a brook., J FtashMd Us HWbi and thirk tuki ' Of areen willow fringed with banks EUIf in thought and half to play, , Katie Lea and Willie Or y. They had cheeks like eherriea red, - H waaUUlor tnostabead: She, with arms like wreath of snww. Bwnng a basket to and fro, As sbe loitered half In p'.ajv ' - - Chattering to Willie Orey. " Pretty IUs'i Willie said, -. - v And there came a flash of red Throogh the browppesiof bl cbek, M Both are strong and gulaara weak ; And I'll carry, so I will, Katie's basket up lha hill an own, tossing mmrm. w-y - Boys are weak as well as girl, po yoa think that UUeguesd Hail the wisdom she Prd 7 Men are only boys grown tail, . , Hearts don't change mnch ej" And when, long years from tha...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 22 April 1870

Jf t r ThJ$ HERALD. ' to pnbliebed every .Friday moraine; at Tuacs mr annum, ni euvauce. Bate ef AdiaTtmlaa. One Squareten linen) for om Insertion, tLO; each additional iu wertion, 73 cent. COLUMBIA, TENX.: . 1'ftlDAY. APBUL 18. (TALL Advertising: will be considered 'SH and eoUectable any time after tb nx lutwrcion. Mr. Drake, of. Missouri, offered a joiut resolution iu the Senate, Mon day, iiroiMsinr an amendment to the Compilation of. the United States, conferring on the President power to protect auv State ajrainst domestic violence on sufficient proof being pre sented to l.Iin of the existence of such violence. This is another Mep in the centralization movement. The Wtltdiiujftou correspondent of the New York Iribxne nays that when the Georgia bill was np in the Senate on the Hth instant : 'Mr. Ed munds made a brief argument against continuing the present Legislature in power beyond ; their terra, and al though satisfied that great disorder cxi-tcd in Georgia, he did not believe...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 22 April 1870

the' ;hee!al!e.; Columbia. tenjiV .- FRIDAT, APniL 93, 18) ol' TOWN A.srr COOATV. 1, 0.K.M. The Stated eonnul fire of due i am Alio a TaiBI Jo. 4. 1. O. R. M; of Columbia. Tcnn are kindled at Odd Fellow" Hall, every Friday evening, one nourai'ersunset. W. VANCE THOMPSON. Eaclieia JAS. L.GUET 3.ofK, . jsaai.aaae amiUM Stare, X. TF.Cor- erralle aware. CtolanaMa. We now have aud intend keying tho beet ehop band mado work in the United States, which will be sold at low prices for cash ail of which we warrant fully, and if not as re prctfrntcd, will return the money. Sheeooo & Son. Fb2J-ly . , , - - . Sara TkrBt. - The martins and one of Pulask'slove ly daughters, (adopted) have returned to Columbia, and we shall now have the wwoet child of the South, Spring. ( .; JTew Jailor. " Mr. John La" baa,, been ippointed Jailer, and we have great confidence in his making agood, keeper ol the evil doors. He in making thing around him look as neat as a pin. v Caa't See Them.' A. J. Fletcher's e...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 22 April 1870

-St-jtXSJKr. A Most Popular General General Holiday. - A man advertises a cluck lor sal which keeps tioie like a tax-gathered Why is a windy orator like a whale ? Because be often rises to epout. Wliv is a cow s tail like a swau s r"m ? ltecanso it grows do w n. A Curious Fact The prices asked ly a Module arc ecldoin mottcn pn Why is a saddle like a centaur? 13c rituc its bclwccu a man and a horse. - - f nc. sheer off." as the ram said . lo the inn n who was cuttinjr oil his wool. An old i-aniekeeper says that with out the deaf ladies we should he in a elate of fr-natioii. A Ouestion for Excursionists lo pic-nic parties usually lay out their dinners on a piece ot table-land .'. Fast voting tneu smDc a great deal, for it is the nature ol a rake to have a quantity of weeds about it. The orator who carried away hi: audicucc is affectionately and tut inanely requested to bring it back. " Hurrv. mamma." saiil little in uocent with his finger cut: "hurry, it's leaking." A man out at ike e...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 29 April 1870

.3 f' -4 t -v...-' ssw.". ..' -.-p: ' it 3.? -v . . I . . Young Kitty l knitting, My darling,"! saia, I have bad a tnot beautiful dream ; 8haH I tell U" SUa gave a aught shake : . . . Lkshead. - -T -. And answered : " I'm turning the beam 1 " I reached for Uio ruesU, speckled soft like Dink. ' That she held In her finger to small ; But ahe anawered " I cau t leave uiy work II Jill 1 lt-'-VAV-! I -! 1 1 i-.VV iHi oAe a v. ? r", U( iT. UL only think! I'mknllUnram-k tar .antl" I ' " 1 a -a "Don't tease me ao, Kitty, my dear Utile I jj 1 Xy .AlireU 5. XXOrSXey: sue - COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, APRIL 29. 1870 - ' - ArOLl XV-NO: 36; Jon wait,' aaid, emlling as bright as M Just wait till I've knitted a round." , I waked lapaUent, and then I drew near, And pufthlng the curls from her brow, I aaid: Tre yon ready, my Kitty, my d Art bhe answered I'm narrowiug now ! Still nearer I drew-put my arm round her Andf hiking of.llence the seal. Repealed : " Dear Kiuy I why, what J J our 8hewred : "...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 29 April 1870

THE HERALD. , ..... . ..... . . . ,. v . . ... T" vrvm n.iunu. imM' Is oublwbed every Friday roornlo at THnxx Dollam neraanum. In advance.- ' . 1 mi ii '.. Ctri mntK (ten lines) for one Insertion, L50; each additional In sertion, 75 cents. COLUMBIA. TENN.: raiPAl'. APBIL 9. !?. SU-ALL Advertising will be considered CASH and collectable any time after .the Arm insertion. Tbe New York Tribune has mas tered the Georgia case, and ithas suc ceeded n stating it in a few words as follows : "Wlieii you go to the bottom of the case, yon find the argument for fur ther reconstruction amounting to just ibis-if von allow the people of Georgia to elect new rulers, they won't elect us.'" That, says the UhSoh and Ameri can, is precisely what is the matter in Tennessee. Jtisnot that we have outrages in this State, or that the property and lives of 'loyal mcii"are not as safe here as in Illinois or Penn sylvania, bat that we will not elect the men who have monopolized the offices in Tenuesee for live...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 29 April 1870

COLUMBIA, TESS.t Aflplyiersoial cuds will be inserted ia , tbe Exaais m adversemenU. v Has MMk X. H. "- Mic tttar, ctluibU. Wi have Just received m Handsome and Cheap assortment of Men and Boys' Panama, leghorn and Straw II ats, which will be eold much cueaper than ever on- fered here before. Sheegoo & Son. - DmeltBUver. When the river is up a raft w calcula te to travel 75 miles In aday, or u nour. It is said to take a day for a raft to run a month of Flat Creen to w . . ....... ....in miles on an bta, n uicais sdoui. airline. - ' ' ' 1 ,:.i..wi was sent ns last n A. Tro Tmnsdale. which It baa two us . .v5i. . ;nlivworn for ptum-, which re- w V lv"J of Kavarre. The """" luIomu an enier- plames u1rnttaemcnt in his prising mercu f T ' 7 . t . , town pper' Mr A. Polk, an old and highly es I , r hi muiitv. came into tee - - J and stated that omce wj j 1 worLarv Fletcher told laiseuoou m bis testimony before the Reconstruction Committee at Washington, in reg viiMi man named Jerry, a...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 29 April 1870

Cmm CwMi Cmm trixi. f LM Abaft. Hie pending investigation concern 1b2 the Welsh fasting girl reminds , the rait MU Gazette of several cu- ' rions instances of long abstinence from food in the sixteenth century. It says: , . "In 1581 there was a case of a girl at Heidelberg, which caused so much wonder that the Count Palatine ap pointed a commission of fire matrons to watch her, and they repotted her abstinence both, from food and drink was complete, and in an account pub lished in Frankfort in 1587, there is an advertisement to the effect that the irl remained in the same state. A few years after, Jane Balon, the daughter of a locksmith in a village near Poietiera, became celebrated un der the title of the 'Maid of Confolans, or of Poitou." In her eleventh year, after a violent attack -of vomiting, she remained speechless for nearly a month, end thenceforth, though she recovered all her faculties except the complete use of one hip, she could take neither meal nor drink, and even dec...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 6 May 1870

, ' - , IT" : 1 '( ' , : . . 1 . .. : " . , . . . r-r - "u TM V TT ' TTi"?"",, TnV Tr A "TT" ""TT Ti Ti ti v A TT . Ti k , . TUt M3i OF THEGKAVE-DRiGER. i-Wi' A?,tE M wale r DaEoc of lXaUi," iu the oaine spirit with Holbein as will be secu in the following 44 Sous or the Oravc-Kigger:" l'ooV iuorUtl iiwfei' lU.eWnU ou the utMMrtl'ly U ' nJ oim1 ! Tii ilank,aiHi ht-ucalli il my work's to be fouuU: ... . i- IsUlUlTllilL'lUill. T1m-1i11J. strongand hcalUj ,caiTvi o:i Uh- vw tkit.lrin-' nnl mriii". -:irpC kllOW'iuS "f fn an lnstn lit ho iiraw hit kl iunwut ij real li: 1 eaihvrhim in. Igallitr hiuiin. 13 y A-lirccl S. JLIorsley. Columbia, i eneSsee Friday, may 6, is70. VOL. XT. NO. 37. AdviNOd ti ouUi hi the voi-ks of roily " c"lu; ,. .. -!!!.V ir i... !.:.) run o ' time; 7 gather h tin in. I gather hi i hi- sUy Filty, poor sixty fJ.rT.,.:? first iu the tjelr-deceiver : lie Urtauis tiol he a nrst iu . u. .. racel. i.ilth I hat he-ecsiu KILLI.M. AX OLD MIX. iuv rue' I .nilliorliiiii in. I...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 6 May 1870

13 HERALD. 1 r CarmMa Kerala 4 1 rnblisheil morning at THKZJl IKJLLAJi a, tu advance. f limtabt.-One square ten lines) jor ouo aaertion, SL50; eaca auoiuouai iu erUon, Vi ceuta. . . . - - -. ' - ( .'COLUMBIA, TENN.: "' FEIOAT. MAY , 1870. aTAX.Ii Advertising Trill be considered CASH tnd collectable any time after ..the flut Insertion. "We have copied a number of art! eks front our country cotcinporancs throuchout Mindlc Tcnncssc, advoca ting Judge Nicholson 's claims to the Sutrrcme Bench. 1 uc indications are that there will scarcely be auy opp ritiou to hini al all, to universally nd profoundly are the people everywhere impressed w ith his peculiar fitness for the position. a m tm The enforcement of the provisions of the coercion bill has already coin inenccd in Ireland. A large part of that distressed couiitry is proclaimed altogether under martial law. "c hare had a pretty tteady and heavy iwjln nf lri-.li rmiirraiits alwavs.but we may now expect to tec them lan ded here by tens...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 6 May 1870

- TITO WTPAT ? - r"mr'-mrm COLUMBIA, TEXK. . . i All ptrciy isob1 eMs Win b(. inserted C.l.mkl.. ... , .. now have and Intend keeping the ws ahophand-inado work in the UniUd owes, , w hich -will bo sold at low prices for cashall or which Vo warrant felly, and If not an rrpresented, will return the wS5Sk : ' ' HEEoot. Pox: Ieb2.yi. . -.t-, . :i - . . - . it - - . , .' TV0, "ad the pleasure of meeting our Cornier fellow-citizen, Mr. If. E. Willard of Decatur, Ala-, last Friday, in Colum bia. He Trm looking as blooming as a ted rose. . ... Our qniet little city was in a fever of pleasurable excitement last week, orer the reinrn of Mr. Joseph Roseborough, a former citizen of Colombia, after an ab sence of twcnt3--nine years. The people had no difficulty in recognizing Mr. Roseborodgh but some- 'of' theni" were quite mortified bocatwc be failed to recol lect their features. He ' saw so little change in their looks, boaid, aud they were so unliko what be had pictured thetn, that he had to...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 6 May 1870

' T 1 . - ScililBg l The hontb. An excellent symptom, iu the new movement of population and iudustry now so rapidly tending Southward, is, that bodies of eettlers, of both native and foreign birth, arc Ktarting out upon the co-operative principle, com bimug their owu weans, and their experience iu various practical ptr suits, with moderate capital offered to them by rcsnonsihlA have heard of several enterprises of t-uw kiuu wiitm two or three weeks, ; and are inclined to aujur well for their success. . Only a few day 6 ago an expedition ot about 100 jerous sailed in a small C6tci irom this port lor a certain poiut in .Florida, taking with tlicm implements, cottages in detached pieces that may be run up in a lew hours, seeds, and live slock. Another fcctout last week for (Jcorgia, and there arc several more about to leave New York, Boston, Philadelphia and jtauiuiorc, ior rxuiuicru ueniinatioiis. Among these small colonies which have lately been, or arc just about to oc cstauiiMieu, ...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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