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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 26 May 1871

-'of. THE.lrnevs at law' t DT.TTf TtT A TT-tfxr V. , teptal ourtMf .Maury LEY, Vmmmtmcimg Mtnt Mil8o-rifcarrhsat the DPeace, T i w j . mm ll !i .iiir tv tf-i ATTORNEY AT .LAW, V IOOT.TTXf RT A TTW Will attend al the Cenrts to be boldtn Mtarr and adioininff counties. ' ' Offick WbiUhorne Block. Feb24 71 W 8TEXI B REAL ESTATE AGENTS, for the eft ALE, FOB CHASE ANDRENTlX Of All Description! of Property, Colombia, TiMKEssct. -' Office -WhilthorM Bleek. ec21l Pillow & Alexander, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Will practice in tba aereral ConrU of Mtury aad mtj oining Conntiea. declo-il J6hn cfcOND, ; ' 11 . , COLOMBIA, TENNESSEE. . Promnt attention sivea to Collectiooa. del .' Books! books i i books i PERIODICALS,'?' STATIONERY. WALL PAPER, , Window Bnades, News, Notionfc, Ac, at W. II. ENGLE'S, f ' Wet8idePnbllc8qare, - "' ! COLUMBIA, TENSES8EE. W. VANCE THOMPSON, -A TTORNKY AND CO UNSELIMB, AT LAW. Office on Garden Street, nearly west and oppo- . site Masonic llali, . COLUMBIA; TENNESSEE. Will ...

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. — 26 May 1871

Y I B Hi ! ) i : ! : I 7S f V I . 1 .THE-'TIERALD.- eTarjr-Friday AiorxUns; a l 1us.se Dollars Ultra nf AJrerThdnr.'-On sonar ftn trmal tot fen hwrtiia, M-SC; eaou, ddiUtusl in-' 1 1 II I II I I I . -. Tlf w -v -r-, i j ' , . f , - f W-AL1V Ad vwlnlng will twooiwidered CAJbU bod oleoUlle tiy time fter the uth, lnneruon. . .The Ciiliaii insurgents arc using ivauicr r.muoiis. . . .... wUchc j; Will again remove leiont..f Uovcrunicut to , Long lmtftinb'Mit?tbe first of June. ;!, : 7J ii r I A LoV in a tr'.i- planter reiorts , tli&t IIS ihfficine hands v-nrfc lnwrrtnt siu-ftaniLjiut.c. .They ploy well, but unit iuake , the. mules understand Chinese very well yet. : . v OjTTOJj: being 60 important an elc raeiit ia pur Uidusti-ial economy, so csitbl a' portion of our trade, its parttaf failure Avill seriously and iii-jin-io'tfSlv' h'fTcVt1 evcrv interest, bu- rfiJIfT amif-if inn 'ilirAiirrfi Alit f fin nutrrif. . ( .? i ''..- . lux JloutgpincryviifC'f c says that "'the South,; ill be ...

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. — 26 May 1871

2 THE HERALD; , ';,: COLUMBIA. TESN ' - 111 -J - Title IXwatnr . K. SekeMalax. Cm JK1, rriw Columbia, JMorn f9:05 3:15 9:43 2:10 7:00 ' ' 1 1 M P. M. A. M. -. . M ... . arrive t ' . IP. M l 6:00 . Far farther inforotafiou apply to or address, - . UUNb, Agent. TOWN AND COUNT V. .v'-'j kular Nrltool Pirnie. The Methodist Huuday School will have) -picnic in Mr. Stephen Jordan's beautiful lot, near White Spring, this . morning.' Mr." John H. Bond -will re main at tho church until 0 o'clock, and Hecnre all the basket of provisions, and have them sent out. Mr. G. S. JIM will deliver an address to the school. All the friends oi the school are invited to the picnic 1 !t' " TO Hly Imk. " Prof. 2. W. Ewing, of Giles College, PulBki,lelivcred his lecture on the Ho ly Ltnd. lit the Athen?um, last i "day tdcrhU Itwasrrn more interesting, if poHKiUe than the history of his travels In Kirypt. . He ia a thorough student of humanity ven more so than of nature " and every peculiarity of dress, physi ...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 26 May 1871

1! I ft THE KILLER'S DAUGHTER. ' amaaaBamt Many yearg ago, the community of a hamlet in the South of France was startled by a crime, rare, indeed, in their quiet agricultural district. A wealthy farmer was found dead, at early morning, .within one hundred yards of his own house. He had been killed by blows administered by a heavy stake, which lay near the body, covered with blood; and all his pockets had been rifled of their contents, including a considerable sum of money, which he was known to have received the previous even ing for some sheep Bold by him in the neighboring market town. When the awe and excitement cre ated by this event had subsided a little, every exertion was made by the authorities to ferret out the per petrator of the crime. A reward was offered for the discovery of the murderer, proclamation of which bounty was made for several succes sive Sundays at the church door. At last son disclosures were made, im plicating a young maji named La-rocbe--ttrplins of eight...

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. — 2 June 1871

THEgjAVOniTE. erroTEs. - After nearly thirty years of expe rience in the manufacture and sale of Stoves in the Southern States, Messrs. Treppacd jfc J Giflit&c eoeceeded. in procuring an article 'which' is gener ally conceded to be superior to all others, -which is named Thb Favorite Cooking Stove, and which has now been, in nsc for something over ten years. There is probably no article of Household ut-o about which there arc generally fed many "complaints as the kitchen stove aud which when out of order is as great a nuisance down ftairs as a piano out of tune is up stairs. The great advantage the Fa vokite offers over all other Stoves is the small quantity of wood it bums, the uniform heat it produces and the facility with which its various com partments ran be adjusted to any de Kriptioit of cooking. Messrs. Trep an! k Co., being familiar with the wants OT the people i Tennessee and other middle and Southern State brought out the Favokite Cooking Stove, and the immense number...

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

THE HERALD. TEKXH-Tho "Colaw.Ha nral Is published every Friday morning aX Ihui Doujksa per annum, in advance. Uln r AdvertMna-. une square uen line) for one tnwertlon. . si.oo; eacb 11.60; each additional in- rtion,7d rents, C'OLTJMBIA, TENN.: FRIDAY, JOE a, 1871. WAXti Advertising will be considered CASH and collectable any time after the nnu insertion. The Washington Patriot calls the I real y with Great Britain "The Treaty of Capitulation of 1871." fcKXATn Bhowm,ow contcnmlatcs a visit to the Hot Springs, in Arfcan :ts, before the meeting of Congress in December, with the iurposc of testing the virtues of that celebrated watering place. His health is re ported as better than it has been for year, and his physicians arc of opin ion he may be greatly benefitted by an application of the hot bath. A felrong corporation of Northern capitalists have now in hand tho construction of ' a railroad from Mobile through Xcw Orleans to Houston Texas, a distance of 475 miles. Among the leading ...

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. — 2 June 1871

THE HERALD. COLUMBIA, TERN.: FRIDAY, JTOE , 1871. rMMMta tetaurstay, April 1. 1871, Mall Sow arrives at Colombia, J Mont 1 9:05 Mail North IP. U 3:15 NiCht PcKfSoatb " Morning North) Aceonuuodaiioa leaves -- arrives at IP. M. IA.M. 2:10 7.-00 fP.M.1 6:00 For farther inftraalton pplv tn or address, S. HLN LNE, Agent. TOWX A.T1 COUNT V. . A Kecking Chair. .Thedijay and ungraceful practice of ruening in a rockingeuair isnowuiscon tinued by ell Rpntwl people, except when entirely alone! A lady should never be seen to roek in a chair, and the rocking of a arentlenian looks smy. Rocking is only fit for a nurse patting a baby to Bleep. . "When children get into a large rocking-chair, they usuaiiyroc itnrnrhaoknnl and fallout. These in a parior. Handsome, muffed easy chairs, that are moved on castors are substituted and nrtk..v.i. mn ot vanous forms va a, u'tiu uau m vivw are not rowidored too many. V h E 4T. Farmers complain greatly r the rust, and the opinion of our oldest citizens hi tha...

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. — 2 June 1871

JOSH BILUSUS PAPEB i . . , Krraps fan-ra Ills Father's Almaaax. KALKCLASIICXS OF A rKOGXOSTTX X A TURK. "Whenever yon sec a flock of geese all standing on one leg, except , the old gander, nnd he chawing his cod, look out for a southwest wind tcw moiTow, cr next day, or the day alter, or at gome fewture time. When ever dogs arc seen traveling around with nothing to do, and old maids re fuse their tea, and hop vines won't ( limb, and grind stones won't grind, then you may expekta little crop of oats, and beans won tpay forharves Img. . Wanted Several fust class young men, with inutash, to hang around the vestibules of different churches in Anierika and star at the females as they pass out Young men who un derstand the the use of tobacco pre--fei red. No yoiuid man accepted who kaut star the brass buttons off from a military coat at twenty paces. This iza rare chance for young men l real genius. Salary payable week ly. Inferences exchanged. The cockroach iza bug at large. lie i. one o...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 16 June 1871

bea A of Household use, abiruv acc gfcndiiillv bo many complain Ibe kitchen stove and which when out of order is as great a nuisance down stairs as a piano out of tunc is up stairs. The great advantage the Fa vorite offers over all other Stoves is the small quantity of wood it burns, the pniform heat it produces and the teiKty'with which its various com; partmcnls can be adjusted to any ue scription of cooking. Messrs. Trcp narA r. rv hcinw familiar v ith the want of the people in Tennessee and other middle ana onuicm ow brought out the Favorite Cooking KmvF nd tho. immense number they are selling is the best of evidence that the Favokite is the bestot an cook i..iT stniroa sold in Nashville, and we know of none better sold elsewhere. Messrs. Trcppard & Co. are now ihfl oldest and largest dealer in Stoves in the States, and keep con stantly on hand a large variety of ptpi-v description of Cooking and ifpntin? Stoves, suited to the South' cm Trade." They have twenty differ- cnt 6...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 16 June 1871

THE H a LUA X 11 B every Friday morning at Thkkc 1XIiabs perunnm, in aavance. Kalra r AdnrtMB. One square (ten lines) for one insertion, IU50; each additional In sertion, 75 cents. COLUMBIA, TENSj. FRIDAY, J1.1E 1, 1671. HALL Advertising will be considered r.VSlI and collectable any time after the lint insertion. The sreat telegraphic feat of direct communication between England and India, without any retransmission, has just been accomplished. The New York Herald says that the Democrats are talking of running Andy Johnson for Congress in the First District, and adds: "Let them do it. They can surely elect him, and he is just the man wanted in the Hou?e of Representa tives to take care of General Ben Bcti.ek and the constitution." The lies used on South American railways have been transported almost entirely from California, as the hard wood ties cut on the Andes cannot be used without boring the spike holes with augers. The ties cost one dollar tavli, landed atCallao. Gkn. Schofiel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 16 June 1871

-1 I fe HERALD. X iLU)JBIA. TENX.t . Jim: ie, isn. i iTC? fWt Alril 1, 1871. OWtetJ ,t Colombia, Jforn J:15 w r " p.m. 135 reriTBo"'i - . p. m 10:10 i:10 7.O0 A. M. -e at " IF u 1 6:00 KJ'wmation applv to or address. S.klNE, Agent AJVI COUNT 5T. .MaA MliPMf.mA tlMIT hA.ll Alf, . reaueea irom recent violent attacks jammer complaint. ' ; AROOD TOWS. "2 Ice sens for 25 cents ton on the Ken cbec river, and at the rate ot fifty dollars per ton in Columbia. Mr. SamCain says the roots of the Eng- iihu Muioerry &h ruined almost every cistern in Columbia. In many instances 1 the foundations of houses have been made unsafe by the roots of this tree, It is a fact, not general! v known, that all Tines grow to the right. This is as true as it is that an car of corn never has an odd row. St. Ledger White, whose house was burned down several weeks ago, is build- in g a better one on the old spot. I'ncenix. J. M. Tarker is building a handsome house on the old "show" lot, near the dciKit... F. M...

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. — 16 June 1871

BEIEF MOTION. ton . great 'Tark San Francisco's tains 300 acres. , con- The salary of the Unseian Czar is about 125,000 a day. Boston lias opened Lev free public Dams. The King of Spain is Lard at work learning Spanish. It is proposed in Jamaica to abol- lh trials by jury. New Orleans has her ice machines in full operation. Tlic 1cri inhenlancc anv one can hare, is an honest employment. Detroit haa a colored banc ball clnb called the "Waving Ldllics." The Germans of New York arc go ing to erect a f oUU,(JUU theater. The London AUicnaum mildly ' tells Mario he has lived too long. And crcry day makes the oflcnec worse. The Indians call a locomotive "Coughing IIosr." A. T. Mcwart is nrcdilcu Willi an lrftomc of $1,537,5-93 last year. Over 500,000 people, it is reported, left Tans at the outbreak or the re cent troubles. The population of London in April i was 3,1,801. Londoners say that one-third ot the population of that city never saw a gram field. Josh Billinjrs' Lecture for next at...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 23 June 1871

ti t j 1 - -i "I 1 1 r i FAVORITE. WTOVES. . r. ,.! Hiirfr rears of expe m'rv" ' t,f i ii ik c in the manutacture Stove io the Southern States, .-m. T enmrd & Co, have Fuccccdcd 10 f procurm? an article which is gencr- allv con"Ciieit to other, which is nmcd The Favokite (Winc STovr.,and which has now hec-i in upc for something over Ion rnj.; Tlicre is probably no article of'jlou-ehold use about which Uierc at-.- ifi-ncraHv so many complaints as the kitchen "stove and which when out of order is as great a nuisance down ,.,;,. as a piano out of tunc is up slab. The great advantage the Fa v..i;it'f. oilers over all otlier Stoves is the small quantity of wood it burns, the uniform heat it producer and the facility with which its various com partments ran be adjusted to any de scription of cooking. Messrs. Trep pard & Co., being familiar with the i i . rr . wants oi me pcopic in .icuik-sscb ami other timlillc and Southern State lrmrlit out the Favoeite Cooking Stovk. and the imm...

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. — 23 June 1871

THE, IIERALD. I S The (ilunilial!ml.l"i.iniMihril voiy Friday Morning ni l iii:iElAil.LAia (HTunnmn, in iidnnc JUUw of Advii-iisim;. ine scjuarp (ten lino) for one insertion, Ji.aii; raeh nildittoniU in sertion, cms. C O I. V M K 1 A , T K X X : ' i uinii, .iim: m;i, tn. Advorlis.n:- win Im- eonsitlre1 I'As-II nnd rolli-r'.-iLl.- any time alter the UiM insertion. JIov. l'uii.ii' Ti!mmi'?o, formerly f Na-Jn il'.o, -l'Oil in Kentucky last week. W AMii-T". I'-. 'oof mi. :in emin ent jirtist, 1icil a'. N.i.-viiU' ;i lew tins 1 lie Hlii-trioti s (V 'UiiikmIi ic "!. F MAt U. of Yin-ill!:!, litis- liri'll I'li Cli ll rrculei.t .-f tin- riv,TMtv t Al;.- Kama, and will except The Kid.moi.d I.-, iUh in refer ring to Mr. Ia S'spec'-h ery s.ppro priaiely i ciii:irl : "It any man iu t!ieS n!!li should rc-pect the saing. ".speech i- !!'. tn.. but .-ilei.ee is -roMe-n." Mr. I'.ixii. i.t ili.it man Ti 1 i; i ii the instrumentality of ien. Siou i, tl.c p!cent Supervisor of the State, the c:l-o of th...

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. — 23 June 1871

THE HERALD. COLUMBIA, TEXX.: !aNTlllel Weeatnr K- K.Hchrdnle ..m.iac Salnrdav, April 1, 1871 Kail Smith arrives at Colombia, fMorn !:15 2:35 10-.10 2:10 7:00 Mail North " . " y-'ht Passenger South , M.irr.iiv: " North, " l'M. ,A. M. A,.lolulu.JtH.a leaves - arrives at 1 . -M. 6:00 Kur farther information apply to or address, 8. HIKE, Ajreut. TOWIS' A l COUXTVT. Sot ice. Tin- i.eroii who exchanged a new uniiTclla Irom this ofliee last .Saturday tlipmirh mistake, orcoursc, (as tic took ihe best oiip.1 w ill please return it. w AdirrliwmmK i;. Mire to read the advertisement of Wnistead llros., dealers in Hoots, Shoes, I hits, etc., SI College street, Nashville, Sewanee tuock. Thev Jiavo with tlieni our old friend, Sam. 1). White, who for many years liONseu tho Helm shoo es i. .Mi-linn ut in this city. Kverylwdy in our county, almost, knows S:im. White, invito know him is to like him. He is s clever as the day 'along, and one of tho most nccoiupHsheu workmen in the country. We advise al...

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. — 23 June 1871

V - -s 2 I l.-.s tilt GOSSIP FOR THE L.VDIEsC Large beads are again to be worn. Fringe will be used this season in exetss. Traveling dresses are of (iuakerlike eimpueuy. Gentlemen's white vests, this year, areoi corduroy, and not or Marseilles Sleeve'- for iu.loor w ear, to le fash ionable, should le ma.le coal sleeve style. The latest new style or jara.ol this year lias a perfume IxiUle u tiie hau- llc. ( Itoutonnieres are strain coming Lilo fashion. Scarlet jierauium is most allotted. A new style of canmee is ttilkd a "Coupelet,'' and is like a eotiif -with front cut oil. While India muslin. bth plain and ombroidpred, is to be very popular during tlie summer. Coilliire caps of embroidered French nainsook are worn by j.Hing married ladies at lin-aklast. ijuantities of Valenciennes lace arc usttl on linen, and very little of the real handmade lace. The present stvl of bonnet for the promenade is made of black chip and trimmed with black lace. A new style of sleeve button i-. made to...

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. — 30 June 1871

1 1 r -v im Alter acartj thirty yecr f expe rience la the maaafactart ad aks of itm la the Soatfccrn State, Xffwv Treppard & hve wcceedcd io KKuriaf a artkle whkh U gener ally cobmIciI to be superior to all Ihers whkh i um.rtl Tiir. Favorite . i Swt, ami which h now ""t in r for Mtntrthin over tea - far. Tltrrr U probably no article .f l.Hifl.M ii-c IkhI whkh there f rrtHTally m rudt roniphtiuH a . thr Litrltea stove ainl which worn out "fonlt-r Uasgrra: a nuisance down tair a a puno it of time is up uur. ibt great advantage tbe Fa ttHtrrE offers over all othq otove is the small qtrssUtv of wood it burns the uniform beat it produce and the lauutj wiu wuco it various com rarUBenta ran be adjusted to any de scription of cooking. Mescrs. Trep pard : Co., beiag familiar nilh the want of the people in Tonne m and other middle and Southern fcrtate hconght out the Favorite Cookixo Stote, and the immense number they are veiling is the best of evidence that the Favorite is the bent of al...

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. — 30 June 1871

THE HERALD. rrKXK Thu Tolmbli ncrald" Is nahllnbed Tory Friday morning st Thkj Dollas jier annum, in nuvauce. Rate mf Advevtiaiar. One winare (fen linm) er one In.wtlon, tlO; eacii HUUlUoiidl in eft Ion, 75 enta. COLUMBIA, TENN.! Fit 1 1 AY, JI AK 30, ISM. 4-A.L.L Advertising will bo considered CASH and collectable any time after the tint Insertion. The Brownsville Mates, puMibhed l.y Col. Rorrr. W. and Dr. WimoHay wood, is one of our ablest and most in teresting exchaDges. Late advices from Brazil state that the Duke Ie Caxias Las, ou the part of the Brazilian Ministry, presented to the legislature a till for theeinanci j.atiug all the slaves belonging to the iovernu)ent and the Emjieror. The harvest projects ia France and Prufwia are discouraging. Much "ed perfched in the more eastern por tioiw of Uaronc; however, euc-h crops as are standing j romisf an abundant yk-M. Ui. Jami B. Bix k, who repre sent 1he Seventh Kentucky District in Congress, i said to Ik? the favorite with the I...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 30 June 1871

:::x THE GROWING COTTON CROP bxditiou of the ' new cottoir e rob in trol in the couth is just now mat ter of general and eager - olicitade. Vsurt interefttM foiu sid's of the the Atlantic are dependent on re- turns, and authoritative accounts arc looked forward to with an eagerness approaching almost o anxiety that is scarcely paraUclcd.ii. any otfierbraueh of indostrj. This feeling may V easily accounted for. A difference f a cent a pound in cotton may im part activity or dullness to the mark- Cl, ftUU CTICCI IIIC prUlltK VI I" allium-- turel-s on both sides of the Atlantic. ' Experience warns us to receive 11 accounts of the condition of the irrowin" cotton cron with irreat cau- tiouO 1 he arc of cotton territory is o large and f o man persons have a direct interest in spreading reports with a view to influence prices that, at this carl? period of the season, it is tci difficult to arrive at anything like an accurate conclusion. - .Xor is this to be wondered at. Probably no other ...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 30 June 1871

TH CTAirftniTr' meeting of the MauryC'ouuty Far r4 VOalTL tfers' Club. Gen. Kwefl was la tho I t "f, thlrtr Tears" of c L VAVrai.-UaA A. A r.1 k 'J'rcrpard jTCo.. hare succeeded mocuriiur au article wlAC.-s srener allv conceded to be, ViuTCto all ' arrives at u IP. U.I oiW i For further information apply to or address, mAC,Aen nr. TOWN JVIfI com 51 ETEOIIOMX' ICA I- I Rd- ! Tfcermomrtrr arid H"-rome--r. at W In to a. Kwlil'nw eA J-.Jejuni'. fr l kc wefl etlna- J Tntaaowrnn : Bacomktrr. J a a. 3 - Ti Weather. 8! S3 M M 27.a!2,- Clear. ' 29.1fi!' Clear, dry. 2K.10 29. 2 Thunderstorm. 29-27 '29.B1 Overcast, thun. is. 16 ' 2M.1) Th u nd er storm. 29.0fi M.2 Part clear. 2y.O!j29J6,Partclear. I I 1 7v 3M v.y . w ft) ?4. r.'i M bo" Important Ptitlau i..nmhwr the etisens of the town and county have sianed rtition to the Coun ty Court to use the taxes aeed on the Cor poration by the County Cofft t2.12.uOO. in pub lic improvement lwideiba Corporation. It i a rwil more, and we cn-aeatljr appea...

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