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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 24 February 1871

Iitmlewlig Eigeile. The World publishes the substance ; of conversation that a certain Father OfJonneli, a Catholic prie6t of Chisel hurst, Eng., has been having with the ex-Eiupress Eugenie. The priest, in turu, was interviewed by a corres pondent, who tells his 6tory after the . regulation . conversation -i pattern bus : ... EAGER FOR NEWS. "I suppose the ex-Empress watched the cub and Row of the war tide i "Yes, 6he was eager for news. She read everything that gave news. The Ubserver, 1 suppose you know, is the chief Sunday paper of London. It wiv8 strongly German ; and once I made a remark to that effect in giving it to her, but she said it made no mat ter, she wanted to read both sides." WAR TO THE BITTER END. "Did her hopes revive after the minor victories of Faidherbe and De Paladines?" . That is hard to say ; but it was licr "strorg opinion that France should tight alwavs to the very last I once ventured "to remark to her that it might be better policy for France not to prol...

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. — 24 February 1871

i Afsaa.t. fc.mi.- a i n i ii i , , , . . " "" 1 - - f . l - 3- V THEHERALD rI?LL!. ,a?lnT,rrrt' l Three Tjoluam Bttn, lrt advance. . - , i? r ,r A"rt n,- wiuare (tea lines) ." i?'fne insertion, SjUO; each, additional in- "ALL. AtlvHltKIn will l rnnvMnmJ CASH and collectable any time after the Tit TtMnfMXTt l4Wt. : Th etenmcr TMine&:cc, which was eiirposctj, to liavcttccu lot, hag arriv . J safely at S.tn Dotninjro. lui W. (J. Whittiioki.e will Icav Columbia for Washington on to-mor run , to lake his scut iu Cougrcns. j Tlw ' Supreme Court of Teune-.sce recently decided in an exemption case , that came up before thci'ii, that a jack ass, (iu the eyes of the law,) is ahorse Chief Justice "Xmioi-sov wrote the Opinion, and it is perspicuous and conviiK iu,fc8 his" ideas always arc. The rufcturaster at Hill-4-oro, X. C, f'ys the Kaleih I'rorcst) was cast .in a 'suit before the United States Court, by a citixn who had present ed a Ji bill U. S. currency, consider ably luulilatcd, iu ...

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. — 24 February 1871

t 4 7 THE1 HERALD. ..COLUMBIA, TENN. t RIUAV.FCDBLIBV tS, 181 Xnshyllleel Deeatar B. R. Schedule. , ('mmrarliE Monday, Kratcmbcr. ; 1 1ST. ; ' ; . ; J , ;' Y ! t Mail South arrives at Columbia, Morn Mail North " - " NilH Pas-fcnger South - V. M. ..Vl-ming 1 North j" 1A.M. k AXcoiaitiodatkm .loaves ' H ' - " arrives at u ' IP. M.l 10:04 2:00 :3S 2:'0 7. -09 6:00 V Fur furthvr information applv tn r address, ' S.'llLNE, Agent TOWN AND COUNT IT. Te Ihelaob Bay era ef Beiofs, fchoe, --' Mat Mats. We have ixixv a larire slock of the love articles, and intend keeping the rwst make of Hoot and Shoes ai an times, xvhkli we will sell twenty-five ler coat lower than any bouse who sell on credit. Cash Buyers will do well by call in j? on us, and see our goods Jan i, 71. Shkeooo A Son. Election frr Maa-Hlrat. Aa election for Magistrate was held lwt Fri- .i MKinnrd DTtne death of A. J. Armstrong, Esq. The foltowu M the result: Uoluian, Ul i '..cos, "".i f-8i--Mr IllmW nwioriiv, Sd. Mr. Uulman ha...

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. — 24 February 1871

nsrcsiici. Ytvm "a work entitled Our Kciahbor, We. Mack. by IThe customs of society hare a pow erful Influence. t Some follow them, because they ' prefer them : others, through thoughtlessness ; and others, because they are popular or are in common use. - And while looking at what is due to a ueighbor, these or at Jeast one of them demands attention. Yet, while that is regarded, which the word, temperance, as now generally employed, suggests ; it is not denied, that there may be excess in eating, an improper use of certain drugs, extrav agance in dress, mania in speculation. init, in looking at only one ot these, the qu3tion arises, Is temperance moderation or abstinence? Doubtless, the true answer is, that it is cither, according to the case in baud. The original of the word, found in the 2ew Testament, is literally self-con trol, self-command, baring the mas , tery ; and is sometimes used for mod eration, at others for continence or abstinence. The Latin word, from which the Engli...

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. — 4 March 1871

WiSMtow ritwBttct-An Interest tna; Chapter fne Lnrer r Flan U and riewera. Jscribner's Monthly offers same hints coDcernlag tho mmagement ol win (low boxes for whiter flowers : (liven fresh mosses and leaves, a few trailing creepers and a spike or two of flowers, and the effect mast be charming, whether framed in enamel or zinc, in ebony cr deal. And for those who are ambitions only of such effect there arc. a dozen cheap and feasible methods of securing it The box may be tin, paiutcd green, or of common white pine, stajuea and oiled, wilJu.6tXiD!Jf moulding, or a few y - ---rzked on by way HnnUnc ser still, it may urfcate flair bv COV- ": ..c0vvir horizontal jo iiVSugh-barked wood. Birch bonghs or laurels, or both alternating, will answer, halved lengthwise with the saw. and cut into sections to fit the box, the shelf which supports it Itomir eiAtrn,! nrifli tliR gaiUC. T a (LiuLninrol fiiniir mav lc made with narrow strips of oil-cloth, finished off witu a wooden mourning ouu bott...

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. — 4 March 1871

i, w 1! 'I i t I f I I ' . i 1 1, THE HERALD VCUM.-TIM HatmWa feVraM Is published wry Friday tuornina; at Thbkk Uollab peranjiuta, Im advauce. - sata ef MmtUit.-On iKjnarp (tea lines) for ooe Insertion, S USD; each additional in sertion, 7a cent. . - - OOLVMBIA, TEXN.t" I'ttlDAl, JIAltCII 3, IMI. aWALIj Advertising will be considered CASH and coUecUtUe any time after the Unit insertion. Grakt ban signed tlie iu&uiiuus" Force Bill," and it is now a latv of I be land. If all its prhilcgfs are used and who ran doubt Grant's willingness? it will become a fruitful source of tyranny nd bloodshed. The Giles 1're pays our CluunA'lIor, V. I'l.r.Misu, f this cumity, a liigb c-.otiliiiieiit, ithk-b is no diMiK ery de served. Chawellor Fi.kminu lias given great sal iKfaH ion wherever lie has held Court, hy hi uniform courtesy, the jus tice of bis decision., and the ability with which be discharges all the duties of his responsible and distinguished office, aiKl approaches as near a jkjsmWc ...

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. — 4 March 1871

- n : 111 ;- - A lx6: 'HERALD. C0LUMBI1, TENN.: Xafckrin Dmtar K. ntofceflale. C'vaBnaemelaa; Bfoaetajr, KcpUMfcrr. 1S7. Mail Suulf. arrived etCv1onibis. I Mum 10:04 Mail North - .3:00 Ni;:ut Passenger I Soetb! 44 tl'.M. JUS Morning - 1 North - A. M.j 2:03 Accommodation leaves - 7 .00 . " . arrive t - - I. M,l 6:00 Fur further information apply to t address. w. i h " TOWN AIVI COUNT IT. Col- Ueorze P. Webster, of Cross Bridges, and party, killed throe deer in Barrens,' last week. ' Whet ta The Overseer? A friend of onrs mho Uvea n the Hampshire turnpike, complains or ine audition of the bridge over Little Big by Creek. He saya tue ub " ,..,,. iv han. or he will ne reported at Uie next term of tho Circuit ttrart. . m A J- - ll'H kn vou want a Suit or Clot hes cut that will plcane you, call on " , ... (tlraageBeath. Mr. T. M. Kittrell, of the Zion Church iieighborhoud, recently lost three line horses Talued at six hundred dollars. Two of them ran away in Columbia some time sine. They ...

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. — 4 March 1871

r- Vs-V. .riy. ir-'i'.i - ft You meet tbem everywlirrc. At home and wlieu visiting, hi this city and in tlutt (own, gazing willfully at a rnaiieioti here, and popping down an alley joihIct. ,Vheu you,, talc voui-caac al your Inn, you und a enct i men in a cor..erj looking ' morosely and sullenly miserable, complaining that his hot water is cold, hU brandy adulteratcd, his tobacco the worst he has ever had, and doing the best to make the company a miserable as himself; if you are coming froiu church you bear him passing ill-natured remarks about minister, clerk, choir aud congregation, and winding up by railing hi inbelf a fool for going atalL Attired iu a black frock-coat, with chining elbows, and still more shining buttons, a waistcoat ten years old, with buttons of different sizes and . different patterns, and trousers, the original color of which you can only cues; nniehcu oil at one extremity by. a shabby greasy, nondescript hat, aud at the other by the still more shabby remnant...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 10 March 1871

4 Tbe lee Monumental Fnnd-ACautltn Having secu ia' the papers" that frauds are" being perpetrated In some luarters bv persons prolessicg to a: lor the b uetit of the fuud which it ia propo6edeto raise for, monument to .'en. Loci Idcem proper tosUte, that flieassoclat.on organized for the erection o f a monument at Kichraond Ys. has declined to hare any connec - -v whatever with an y scheme for fang money by exhibitions, lotter- egift enterprises, the Kale of nor tra, or by any Bpeculaf -'ons of any chaTactcr, i t being the purpose of said association to Nlepenei entirely upon iue voluntary contrioutiovc of indi viduals directly to the proposed fund m their respective names. Nor have any travelling agents been appointed u act ior me association in any par of the country. The public is, there lore,, cautioned-against any.' person protesting. to -act for said association in any of the modes specified above, The plan contemplated bv the associ ation for raising fnnds, is through the age...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 10 March 1871

f . . W. L. MURPHY, ,3. U-3 ! U nTTT TT-P Ta a T TV i n j!i n r. it lsij rEKIS. Tbc "0lbla Herald" Is published every Friday morning at Three Dolxabs per ttnuum, In ndvuuce. Hares f Adm-Uuta-. One KfUarr (ten linen) for oue iuwrtiun, Uou; each additional iu hertiou, 73 cent. COLUMBIA, TEXN.: FKIVAV, 31 A It 11 1, "ALL Advertislnjt will be considered CAM! and collectable any time after I be nn mwnion. TlieN; Y. gold morkct was active on tlic Slh at lll,s and 111 5-8. Tub Xcw York Herald rcry njipro liriatcly (.alls tlic present Coiistitu lioa vi the United States u: new Con Btitntion.". fiieMieM lor I lie I'sirrtirr'x Clnltto AiiKwrr. ' A subscriber desires the Fanner's Club to tell liim tlic iro pr time to e ow grass cccd or clover, tvlien sown with oats, whether to sow before the ground is harrowed or after. - 'Mm- '.loin I llish Ommiwion." The "Joint High Caminissioii" ap pointed by England and the United states to arbitrate the -called Ala bama claim?, is bitting in Washing' ton ...

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. — 10 March 1871

THE HERALD. COLUMBIA, TESN.t VQIDAY, SIABCn !, 1 87 1. Xamfciillest Dtntir K. K. Schcalale. eaaaaaeatrlair Moalrt Sept abrr. Mail South arrves at Columl.ii, Morn ' 10:04 Mail North - " - " - . 2:00 XiKht Passenger ISonth " P.M.1-.S Morning VNorth: " . ;A. M.j 2:08 Accommodation Waves " 7:00 - arriv. at M (P. M. 6:00 V For further information applv to or address, are .. S s. HINE, Agent. TOWN A.lVr COUNT V. A Mad Daar. A few day ago a dog belonging to ti. Cockrell went mad, and bit a hog nd a dog. It was killed, and also the bog. The otber dog is still at large. IFhks votT-want a Suit of Clothes tut I hat will pleae you, rail on ranaiaf la Prre Slow lv in the Asbwood neigMw: wheat looks badly. B0"11 sl"?' There will not be as umch cotton plant 1 this year a larf. Farmers are turn ing tlieu- attention to stock, as it pays ' better. Fsrlcat. A dwelliug bouse, containing three out fortable rooms; comer Hamilton and . . .11.. . aHMtx KraitliwMit of thn i Ytr oration of Columbia. It is 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. — 10 March 1871

i i - KITE klMCKKLT'S KLOPEUKXT. JIY JCIKJE CLARK. " l',ll'rVrll.,t...r 'ill ibjt express will, wish" ana iie-4 sire " vt wegoiugtoquoie, wwww a clause of Percival Penuydip's will ; but if the reader hates legal tautology half as much as we do, lie will pardou aud we uiiuk. thank us, lor giving the Meuse of the item at a verbal saving of riity per ceuu In nlain words, then when Percival Peunj'dip's body and will were opened It was found that he had left a hand some fortune to an orphan niece, a de ceased sister Daughter.' t ; The bequest had a Eiugular condition to it. If the legatee married under thirty, unless with the joint consent of iter uncle Kogcr and aunt l'enthepnea Penn dip with whom ehe had her bringing up she forfeited all claim to the testator's estate, devised over, in that event, to some Society for the Diffusion of Something- Useful ignor ance, it is to be hoped; lor of such an institution the world stands sadly in need, to preserve an equilibrium be tween the "knowl...

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. — 17 March 1871

STOTES. After jieadj thirty rears of.exne rieccaia ttetruizufactsreaJid tale of btovei in the bo uthera States, Messrs. Treppard & Co., have succeeded in procuring an article which is gencr . ally conceded to be superior to al others, which is named Tue Favorite been in use for something over ten yearai . There is probably no article " vmwu nuivu una UUW or nousenoia so about which there are generally so many complaints as the kitchen store and which when out 0 of order is as great a nuisance down stairs as a piano out of tune is up 6tairs. Tbe great advantage the Fa vorite offers over all other Stoves is the small quantity of. wood it- burns, tWWCTonnJicatJt prodccts.andlbe iacf-jr with wnWt its vanouff com parNbents ran be adjusted to any de scription of cooking. .Messrs. .ircp pard & Co, being familiar v, ith the Wants of the people in Tennessee and nthr m;MiA And 'Southern States lhe Favorite Cooking Stove, and the immense number they are selling is the best of evidence ...

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. — 17 March 1871

rv j? v'; - i THE HERALD ttttT'L Ths "CstaaMa ImM" la nabltahed very Friday morning al Thkkb Volxjl por annum. In advance. Rat of Advertlsta. On sqaar (tn lines) for on insertion, fl0; each additional in ertlon,75cnt. . COLUMBIA, TENN.: rniDAT, stAitcii ir, in. rjLLIi AdwrtMng will ht considered CASH and collectable any Um after the Brut Insertion. The dog tax added f 12,372 to the treaa ury of Wo neater county, Mans., last rear. W are indebted to General Wiiit tiiobse for late Clca of the Congres ional Globe, for which we return thank. TJmted States .Attorney General Akermax, recommends that the Fed eral Gorernment hare prisons for its own prisoners in the United States, like all the monarchical despotisms of the old world. OrR Representative in Congress, ('en. TV. C WnrrTuonxE has been appointed a member of the Demo cratic and Conservative Congression al Committee,-by the Democrats and Conservatives of both Houses of Con gress in eancus. Only one Repre sentative or Senator is appo...

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. — 17 March 1871

HERALD. 't V COLUMBIA, TENS. t Title estBr K. K. Aeaeelale. eaclaa; aoMny, Heptrxokcr. S7. MUitb arrives at Colombia, (Moral ; 10:04 Malt North - - :00 Kight Pasecager South " (P. M.l 9:35 Honing North iA.lt. 2:03 Accommodation leaves " w 7:00 " arrires at - . IP. M.l 6:00 For furtberinfornitlion apply to or add rets, rV.5. - i &K1NE, Agent TOWN AND COUNT 5T. A dwelling house, -containing tbree oui forUble rooms; corner Hamilton and UaHoway etreeta, Southwest of the Cor poraiion of Colombia. It U anew build in, -well finished. Terms, fl20per month, In advance. ; Apply at v' orte . . oteeie. ., . i Feb24-lm ' . . rnivai Cadres. . vi to Mr; 'Pleasant ..-Z, "rntlv gave birth r? "l-JT,r'J' was at Mr. Geo. K lrifi'a. over the river, ana when SSSntlIn found her she w diaj, andAtty dead calves lying around her. rTl i rV- a ft v-one calves was as large as ordinary calvm,.nd was running about over the field. rq. w. j. An drew told it to us a coming direct from ' Mrs. Sallie White, who re...

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. — 17 March 1871

P1TISU TOE MIXISTEB. A Star for Ckurrl Membrr. Through some unforeseen casualty, the little church of L suddenly be came deprived of its faithful old pastor, wbo bad foiled, there patiently, devo tedly, for juuny; long jears, ye, ever since those men and women who came o hear hiui preach, and expound the blessed word,.had been little children. He bad been a meek and mild old man, w jo, like liis lewly Master, cheerfully nd without a murmur, bore his heavy cross, and whose every effort bad been 6rthe good of his charge; they bad lost their host fiieud, counsellor and adrir. J But no it was; and instead of settling dowH to grieve, "they must i.eeda look out for a new minister to fill his place. .... jSuch a .thing was more easily deter mined upon ttian accompli bed. It was true, they could find plenty of those lielongiug to that sacred profession young men and old ones - plain men and ostentatious ones; dull, insipid men and eloquent, inspired ones; but .11 all this long array there s...

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. — 24 March 1871

- 1 aiaanaBmaiinnB) - MTOTJS3U After nearly thirty rears of expe .-. rience in the manufacture and tale of . Store in the Southern States, Messrs. Treppard & Co- hare succeeded in procuring an article which is gener ally conceaea to oe superior to ail - others, which is named Thx Favoeitc Cfousro Store, and which has now byri in use for something orer ten . -ffears. There is probably no article . .ousenoia use about which there uwwi wv uaaiij uuiupiamu mn .e' kitchen store and which when out of order is as great a nuisance down stairs as a piano out of tune is up stairs. The great advantage, the Fa TORin ofTers orer all other Stores is the small quantity of wood Vtad p uis uuuuns ileal it jrvuacr laeiuty with wfajenps rsnons vm vartmenta can be tL'sted to any de scription of cooking. Messrs. Trep pard & Co being familiar with the wants of the people in Tennessee and ' other middle and Southern States hrnnaiit nnfc the FAVORITE CoOKIXd Stove, and the immense number they are s...

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. — 24 March 1871

THE HERA Wf . "! - f J . ' " ' . I rKRWVTn rliuW Herald It ruMlsliW very Friday momin at Thkkb Dollars yarstfjnuxn.lnadvauce. !. Bates ef Hwrtinlnr. On M1uamtnlnfH) for cm I nuenioot-'A' ; cacu nuumvumi trtion,T5cenU. I'iBUlAY. nARCn 81, IV. CASH and coUccUblo any time after, the flna lnwertion. ' Thomas IIakt Clat, son of ilie srreat Herirv Clar. is dead.' ' U v t Bbownlow rofed to remote Srjjf 1 ' TLe Iaury County Farmer' Cub meets to-morrow- morning at the Court House. ' ' Oex. "WniTTiionxE's aMrei Is 'TOS Thirteenth Si reel, Waphinjfton, D.C. " ' GES. W. C WlllTTHORXE Will pleaSC accept our thanks for public docu ments and Congressional ( J lobes. SIaikv County Josl over thirty million of dollar by the war, accord ing to the census. It is rumored that IJek " ItfTLEit will go into Gkaxt's cabinet. Hard ly probable, as IUti.ki: has too much brains for Grant. The author of the popular novel, "Valerie Aylnieiy' U a AlissFiMitu, of Charlotte, N. C, ftjred 45. The personal and real Cb...

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. — 24 March 1871

fcht boons ai io. comfortable, be- L. ab nr. man f ATrnt nil lila outer miseries. : It Is said that tbe dogs of the United States eat enough to make $50,000,000 worth of pork. VWhy Is a grain of f and in eye like a pV ecKoolidajster's . t?aue?. ;Becaiwe it . lirirts the mroil. 4 - - ' T mvA vprv little rcaiipct for the ties of this world," as the chap said when the rope was put around Im neck. A man excused himself for marrying, - . ly saying that his friends - declarer ne drank too much for a single man. . rne new nauimcr m we utw Hteel Works at llarrisbure, Pa., weighs 5,000 pounds and cost $92,000. Ized In Boston. The quaUflcation for membership is xjerienre: rdu pan . dodging creditors. ; 'A negro ''on btiag examined, was asked if his master was a true t hrisu an. "No, sir, lie is a politician," was the reply. . Pennsylvania own- "P . . liquor uraii-in, " t.. $31,487,000 in the i-urt iiase of alcoholic drinks. The Pittsburg Taper .noticing the fact, says tliat tne nuue ue.a than...

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. — 24 March 1871

I H 5 i f ?. r . i i. t s . ' ; vVaiDAY, "SI AUCTI 84; 1671. TOWN AND COtKTV. iidv ., r, J "- r rr John "Parson") Goodloe, xehT weut to Texan sereral months si nee, baa re , turned to Croas Bridges. He nays that when lie left Qalveston there were 1800 " or 18,000 (be la not certain which) house in process or erection. He gives a glow 4ng description of the country. J Major F. C. Dunnineton. Clerk of the enpreme uonrt or the Middle uinaioo, ' nme te Columbia last Saturday, and re turned to Ntavtlle on Monday. Mr. John Wesley Witherspoon, s mer chant of oar citr. is a great-great-grandson of John Witherspoon one of tbs . ..signers of tha Declaration of Indepen- -denee. . . ; ; CapU li: II. Taylor, foi-aierly of this i city, bat now s resident of Knoxvllle, re cently had a fight with brother lawyer. The gallant Captain whipped his man. Mr. Hayw. of the Willinmso Jour .andMr. Figures, of the Franklin . - Review, were In our city a few days ' " ince ' , ' - - '' Tom Jcmew.Jr., of Pulaski...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
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