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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 30 September 1870

7 WILD WESTEB3 SPORTS. A IIIdaa Ball-Flrkt at Kumm City -, The Hm" Dtwi. CARL -SCIIURZ DISMANTLED. From Bnnday's Kansas City (Mo.) Bulletin, j For tbe past two weeks the city has been posted with bills announcing a Sranish bull fight, which was first an nounced to take place last Saturday. but owing to the rainy weather was postponed unui to-day. The animals, meanwhile, were kept in a half-starved condition, until the time next appoint ed for the brutal exhibition, which was yesterday. In .company with representatives of omer morning papers, we visited uie Driving Park, where we found a strong ' ' ' BCIX PEN had been erected in size about thirty leot square, and about etgnt iwi w height. Above this pen tiers 01 had been built, so as to enaDie me -i-tators to view the expected gouging and tearing or tbe ferocious aniini. Ascending the raised dais or platform fnnnH mnitiv crowd of spectators, amone whom we noticed some of our mrt iranaotahiA citizens, drawn thith- er, no doubt, by the...

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 September 1870

THE HERALD. TKBHS. TUe"C!M HeraM iRpnblishcd -wry I-'rldj y nxriiiiig at Tukek IKillaks ikt aiiuuin, in il vauce. Katm ef AJrrr1i.iir. One square (Ion linos) for one insertion, LS0; each additional lu-r4-rtlon, .acciits. ' COLUMniA, TRNN.: J-KIiAV, KL1T, 30, 1S70. TAIX Advertising will lie considered t'ASII jukI collectable any time after the lir-Nt iusertiou. ron governor, (iKN.JXO.Cr.ROAYN. FOII COXGKESS, (JEN. W. C. WHITTHORNE. FOlt STATE SEXATOK. 0 L. T. II. PEEBLES. ron floater, WILLIAM. B. GORDON. Tlic CcnlrcfUle Convention. Wo arc rojoiwd to lcaru tliat tr.e Cen- ulion tliat waslicld oil last Momlay aUVntrevillc, for llio imrjiosc o. nomi nating a candidate to represent this Sen atonal district in tho next Legislature, jn,niin;:tcd Col. Tiios. II. Pkkilek, ot tliis county. Col. rKEBUM is a noble man, and tm aide and efficient speaker, and will make his mark in the next Ixgis l:iiure. If it were not his firat expeir nice in iariiaincinary mantis,-1 -ww ; would predict that lie...

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. — 30 September 1870

THE HERALD. COLUMBIA, TE5N.: FRIDAY, (iEPT. SO, lg?o. nauAvlllearDeeat-ar WL K. 8ekeie. ('nameweiaa;Xoaajr, ftepteaafeer IT 187. Mail Smith arrives at Columbia. 'Moral Mail Xoiih " " J Ni;;btlWj-er South" P.M.I Morning IXorth (A. M.J Accommodation tore " arrives at ri' M.l 10:04 2:00 11:15 J-03 7.-00 C.-00 For further inrunnatioa pW t or address, TOWN AND COUNTY. LMt Fire nllnr Be ward. A PftintM- TW whit hnHr and liver-colored head. Any one resuming said dog will ree'r me above reward. Jo. "i We mako this request of everybody: Not to take our Reyiews and Magawneu without first asking us. r. Itoal. Saa a ni Star. Our Boots and Shoes are the best shop hand made; every pair warranted. Our Hate of every style and puce. Ladies' v.. iiamlanme ana cheap. Men and lioys' clothing and suits made to order. ti.tia ironds will be sold low for cash. I'lcaso call and examine them, as we are determined to sen lower man in jxasn ville. Sheeooo A Sox. A pocketbook, containing money. Ap ply at ibis o...

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. — 30 September 1870

1 Gentleman of the Old 6etaool upon the Field f Honor. His excellency Sir George Young was governor of the Island of Grena da at a very stirring time. He had 6crvcd with distinction on the Conti ncnt under the immediate notice of the great Frederick ; and, having had IRQ JlOIlOr OI KClgUlUQUU CWIUCItwt upon him by that veteran monarch, be became thenceforth a devoted promo tcr and exemplar of Prussian manners, customs, tactics, and absolntisra. The dress of his landing, the discipline cf iiis personal carriage, the length of hi inarching step, were from the first without variation. lie was a man grave of visage ; and the reason wh a smile never passed across it was that a emile had never been laid down in any Prussian manual of cxercisej nor included In any written strategy of war. The free-hearted, independent plan tcrs of this little Gem Island" who belonged to the council, thinking life too short for the observance of much form or ceremony among n brother hood of gentlemen, natur...

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. — 7 October 1870

at ' ' ' . - : ... . - ' ' ' 2a,.wJ,V ...! -.- - , , - , . - -! :tilH i) l.l.-.L h0 r u '' Ik -j..; Sj , .".kl U Vvfi-w. .':f .. v -..Ij rr)lti ;j:U; ;rh THE IM PSAfJf, BT EKVTX. P.HOGERS, D. fc. ''J . ...... v. M hiv (inciuuH uom, And, fed and nurtured by His Word, No wanUnr aoal KhaU know ; My conch be spreada in paKturec r recti. ::Ad leaO mm fat tlM Tatos between, " lowiiuvHcq now. ".' e y."chp tor iy wandering oti, ' And! kmdlrnke8 bit weakneanrhole. w in-D irum tua patoa I stray : He KetrUyvnM Tltroturti wintry cold and sultry lieat, my wayward feet. Id to liia ticnteoaa war, . 1 r. lAlli. Khn mrnilrtt hi wnnU niiiiiL v As tltrough beam dark and shadowy vale My loarful Mtkway He ; My Hhepberd presmea to my lde Hjta lod and staff with, m abide, ; And bid sweet comfort rise. ; What canl; fVefl, for an my foesT , n : They caoqot abake my soul repo ; Mi iliil h my labia .arasd ; Hweet is the cup He lllta lor me, And f caprrufc hii tha otn tmcn t be He pours npon my head. Epurgcwon...

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. — 7 October 1870

ERALD. i i mill very r rmay moraine at ihui Dollab per lannm, in ad vance. Ratee f AdrrrtiaiBr. One square (ten line) for one Insertion, $LB6; eaen additional in sertion, 7o cents. . 1 11- COLUMBIA, TENN. 1 j FBIDAT. OCTOBEB T, 187. S-S-ALL Advertising will be considered CASH and collectable any time after the fin insertion. FOR GOVERNOR, GEN. JNO.G BROWN. FOR CONGRESS, 4 GEN. W. C. WHITTHORNtL FOR STATE SENATOR. ' C )L, T. H. PEEBLES. FOR FLOATER, ; WILLIAM B. GORDON.' When the Fain Commence. Nashville, October 3. Springfield, 1L "The States" is the name of a large and handsome weekly paper re cently Etarted at Brownsville, Term., by K. TV, and Wnxo LTatwood, "Vf e wish it much success. ; W. II. Wiseiteb, the Radical candi date for Governor of Tennessee, has again expressed a willingness to meet General Bnown, the Democratic candidate, on the stump. Col. A. S. Colter,- who has been twice a candidate for Governor, bas withdrawn again. Con. Whlltuorne Nominated. The Democratic Congre...

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. — 7 October 1870

c i b b s U v tl CI w b l a' at a w xt 81 I" ft in D I O ab th or liU tim Hi the V bel thai am" dec' (09 THE HERALD. COLUMBIA. TIKN.t Bi.-aaia.-aB fridAt.octobeb r, isr. iMfefUMABwrtu K. K. SeWtlale. Mali Snath snivel at Columbia, rilornl 10:04 Mail North - - 1 ... J . j-00 Night Passenger f8outhl P.VL1 Jt:15 Homing: North A. M.J 2:03 Hmuiwwin eaves i ,"W . arrives at . P. 1L1 -6:0 c vr lunuer iniormaiion apply to or Moras 8. mat., Agent. TOWN AND COUNT ST. L Flva BaUars Kewartf. riv Dalian wrw. r Dog, white body and brer-colored r one returning ssh! dog will reoaivt ward. J. Baisd, Jn. A Pointer head. Anr the above reward. W miV thia raonest of everybody: Not to Uke our Reviews and Magaaines without first asking as. Jr- I Bat Star. rw nti and Shoes are the "beat . abop hnd tni- every pair warranted, Oor natjint overr style and price. - Ladies' Pnri haodsorcs and cheap. .Men and hova7 clothing and suits made, to order, These goods will be sold low- for cash. Please call and examine ...

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. — 7 October 1870

li . - SOUTBEKX Bill ROADS- Extracts frm tfae Speech a-f William J. SykMOai the Kail Read IsUtreaU r Alabama, delivered at the Caplr tol, Bfaa'iraBaery, Aa. ' It has been well aid that j-oti arc watched with eajjle eyes that every thing done and said here is known in Jioston and New. York, fjid is calcu lated to make an.imprcsion upon the crcditof yjour State, and to affect her material well being. This I fully ap preciate, and all the remarks which I may make, to-night will be with a view of sustaining the credit of Ala bama, and of showing that there is a substantial basis for her high credit Loose and inconsiderate remarks about ruining the credit of the State and making her bankrupt, made by men in high position, are better calcu lated to ruin her credit and destroy her prospects than the issue of bonds for the purpose of building railroads. Capital is cautious and credit is sensi tive, and whenever men in high posi tion depreciate the credit of their own State, whether their re...

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. — 14 October 1870

Mr Dejjl Mm Jnrraa Jottr-ms-a r . t . - l.i i on time, asking me tew impart, ml ilege (and swrdiy ad dryers ot!ier 4, unties in rare school decttrikt) tew vote, and har oflls, tunl do the am thiugs tutu fit, i :ii.'.on alj - I bare thought orcr the thins in. dustnously, and shmjujBl.Xawpy to noor myself,, ana u .ma-ry., At yure Sect, in enny canrsUwt I thought wu for your happiness and final suck cess. ,clW.in a jji .i I am iu favour, ov, winjmin, And they kaa own bm Ktfctiny moment bi asking for mc or dropping-sua letter. l owe, them, ml r,iiatencc ml . fuet nourishment and ml fustlrttw.' ' If I am ever tared irwSI be tbe re suit ov woman's care and influence, at a time when i want worth earing. Woman atziuouM me what no man could or. would do. But. Jemima, Eve. jur-ergTatist grandmother, commit tea a mistake, a cood deal bitrrer than the one which yu are anxious tew commit,but thare iz a remote fclmilaritf w inmates. She wanted tew kao andhar band in awl that wail 4 'going onVbd (...

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. — 14 October 1870

every triduy ttefntng at Xhbsk DollabsJ Katea af lCrrrtfadBK. One cansrv ttvn lin.cY for on taserrlon, 1.80; men additional ln4 teruon,jf a oenio. C&LU.MBIATENN.;' rKIlT, OCTOIJEn U, 1ST -ALL' AflVprtfeiM 'will be' eomtldnd VAtl and collecfnble any time after thi :;;jpa cqveknoiv .;. (.EN?JKO.aBBQWNJ FOR COXGKEsSI!'1,". ; CJEN. W. C. WHITTHORNE. FOR STATE SEXATorL ' OC T. H. PEEBLES FOB FLOATER, WILLIAM B. GORDON. nonor te Memory of Gen. Lee A Meeting of Citizens is respect fully called lo assemble at tlie Court House, afl. o'clock to-day, ' to' show proper respect for the mcruorv of Gen J UoiiKitj Lv Lee, lately one ot the most illustrious men of his day and gene-J ration in ihc world. .All persona are requested to attend Jhls meeting. The Uiioincsu wen of tho city are request-l cd to close Uicir Loucs. of, business from 12 o'clock until after thCrnecH in g. J. T. 1. COCBBAN, , .' Major of Columbia.! Friday, Oct.' 14, I860.' Death of Gen. Lee. Tlic telegraph, brings, i.us the s...

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. — 14 October 1870

t ; - COLUMBIA, TEKJfa; . FatXAAJtY tCTCSBH 14, 1st. awvxlla eeataur K. au afekeelale. CwMU osular; aatene W, I7. Mail South arrive at Col ambit' I Morn 1 Mail North - - ' J 10:04 9-on Night V J TP M.j . M:I5 Morning Worth - 'A.M. JKW Accommodation, leaves 2 3 AJTi .! ' - II H.I KOO For further information apply to or address, " ' V ' S. H1XE, ArenL TyAjyp copper v. l rir DeUam anr. A Poiater head. Any Dor, Ood and uTer-eolored Me returfcing said m? will receive the abort reward. J TO. 0AIBD, Bat atere. Our Boots and Shoes are the best shop hand made; -every pair werraatext.'-uiir ll.t. & ...J - . 1 " 1 T liMl inw ui every iijw iuu pn. Kara, handannui an.I cheap. Men and Ixiys' clothing and suits made order. These cnoda will be Bold low for rjash. Please call and examine them, as tee are d4rmiMd to sell lower tnan in nasa ville ; SHEEQOO . r...ti r.J lm or Culleoka, ban assumed control for the next two years, of the Gregory, or, "Excelsior uus, uuict .urm oi v. lumbia. He desire...

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. — 14 October 1870

yY-jj?r " i N Jindnomo thim in one of our lv . .-Able West End Ptrorts, Mark Lyttleton lay dying' . -"Are you easier aovv, Alark r' Colonel Orford stood by the bed aide, gently wiping the cofd. dew from the forehead of his earliest, dearest friend. , lie was ull,, handsome man, scarcely more thun two or tbree and thirty, with large blue eyes, and hair of a wavy, brownUli gold, , . , - Easier ?, r Nex' Carll ; 1 1 shall never be easier, Until life aud all its pangs bare passed away from me. It is merely a question of minutes with me now." Orford held a glass of dark-colored liquid to his frieads's lips ; he drank a tew drops, and seemed to revive a little. " Yn will not lorgcf, Carll ? .You -will never let her miss a father's ten der care my poor, little, orphaned girl?" M Have I not pledged my solemn word to you, Mark?'" 44 No, but swear it! Swear to me that Ethel shall never want for a home, and . a protecting arm, while you livePii. - . ' . ,: .. "Iawearit!"' -.t-v--; ' " v For on...

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. — 21 October 1870

wwws5asw!iEwwi su;j.aamg-l -, , THE BIBLE. HI udv It carefully T I. . Think of it prayerfully. lfP to ly Mm . 1U pure precepts dwell ! Ponder its mystery. None can e'er pmlt too fondly or well. ' s Aeoept the (Ud tiding,' The warnings and chklinjrs. Found In thU volume of heavenly lore : With tkHta that's unfailing. And love all prevailing. Trust In 1U premise forever more. With fervent devotion, ' And thankful Mnminn ' Hear the blest welcome. Mmmi in itu-uii i I The baaat's adoration, Olve to the Oaytotu-, who died for us alL May this message of love, Vrom the Tribune above, ' ' To all nut tons and kindred be given. Till the ransomed shall raise. Joyous anthem of praise Hallelujah t on earth and la heaven. The r Methodist Episcopal Church, ftoathj lias found a zresh lance in me Hervlce of independent oreanization. Its new allt n the Her. Dr. Baker, of McMinnvillc, Tenn who, after acce ding from the Jtt. i1-, Jsoum, co; me main bodjr of the deBomlnation, ' has retained to the okifld...

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. — 21 October 1870

on JCEE- RALD. mi Tha MaaMa Herald Ispubll ubllfched ' eiyJffMrmarAtac -a Tun iKTMHHJlMna '"'I'll "i smMseaT lewiladas fTnii qiM tn lines) for cm Inawiiton, HA); eocn auldiMonal In aertkan la ci r- i m ; -.o-.n' mi nfi. i -j 1 1. im i .TCOItJMBIA, TEKNi , W'ALTj AflvvrtMrhr will he considered CASH and collectable any ttm after' the ttrst Insertion. ".V r , , FOB GOVEKXOK, GEMO. C.BROWN. i r -: FOR CONGRESS, ;:f I-., GEN. Wi C. WHITTHORNE. -.1 i FOR STATE SEXATOR. ( iLrTrHr PEEBLES. FOR FLOATER ! fV WILLIAM B. Gek. 15hittuokxk is annoTiiiced to nMk at Clnrkaville. Oct. 25tb, Do- r 'W. Oct 27th, and! HlCharlotte Oct 1'irJUl.iif t Ex- Comptroller Blackbt ks, Having , been nominated by the Republicans as a candidate for Uae Senate, accepts the " nbttloatkMitn a card over bis own-sig- ' r.ilin! In bdaVs HERALD. He bears ".(tbe reputation of an honest Radical. v s r..lTb- Grand Master of Masons 'in' Tennessee: hag .granted Ruche 1 -.Xodgc, and jlsiting brothers, a fcfiecial i, ui6jeiiatlo...

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. — 21 October 1870

a i 'ttfiniaam Xas vllle A ceatar K. - rMWMlig Mody , ftcmner 1 nepiemnticrlS, P.'HlB7..'.T-!'li.M.:iJC O.W M K.I TT.M.T IMS . . . Alurnuiz Acconimoi arrives at wu oi 'i i.kI 7.-00 nr. mi &w 'to or address, For tWIiU iMfurmkl-jif k . m -mi fWiix t.'Cl a - -iti r, ,f,( yQ-iUXAf01 BP town and botrt x: ! . l-MUr-Vlve Da-lars ewai-fl A roitrter lW'. white bod r and lirer-colorcd : head 1 At M retrm r-7r'"!t' tire abort rtnraV r-WW ini.; i J J 44 I 1 till I II II II J, -"' - - .K .1 J a 9ni.I iiriiiT fm'.ni-fl'l' ) h! , bndtttdvry i.yi. .nMiaMi'tw mM'Iow forcati. Please cull and ewaraf aa tfceauf as we are oetertrrfnedtwMilpWtjMg 1if 'Nh- uW oi every siyi- l". Furs, handsome auvi-ciCt.Mca,tt ..- i.i,in- aadsaitamed order. Iir. I 1:'t ... . I ... jri jf CnllcblM, hat sutned -oontret for the neat two years, of. the'!hregwy, or ' Excclskr"rSnjW Softy Co; lniW.;iJIdrffHtbo liberal patron age of bis people. - . - ,,x.V Pral jtytlp, -Y. Cant. James C Wooten. of Leightort Ala. Dr. F. VLCMU,...

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. — 21 October 1870

isx icc;-r :21ms jtoe. 7 There is a spirit in the ona of the far west, which we can trace tbrpugh all ages and. altnort erery dime, as having peculiarized those lifing raid way between savage and civilized life ; and, though their fearless rencounters with death mast rank it under the ' name of chivalry, there is oft a mix ture which, in polite society,we would term felonious, or mavhnp something harsher, o ,i Vr The Incongruous compound mar better be cxplaied by the followint anecdote, in which I shall consider myself in the place of a deceased friend from whom 1 heard it.' ' t While on the frontier of Texas, sev eral years since, I stopped at a small town and put up at a tavern where the luxury of the tab!e, more; than com . pensated for the smallness of the house. My supper was prepared and I seated myself to partake of it I had hardly done so, when the door opened and a huge mass of ' a man entered, llis head was bound by a check hand kerchief of cotton, tied in a bowknot in fro...

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. — 28 October 1870

. ! t r S I f I V!t' VIMH.olli:ifll) ff.lf 3 . i M . i I I t 1 1 i - Birr oxe PAim of stoc: 3 The Dj ing Soldier, i i ' I . Tut iuo down," said a wounded Prussian nt bcuan to his comrades who were carrying him, "put me , uown, io nut lake me trouble to car ry mc any lariucr, l am dying. 1 hey put him down and returned to the held. A Tew minutes after an ofacer saw the man weltering in his blood, and Bttid to him "can I do auv thing for you ?? said the kind hearted oincer. "No, thank you ; I m dying." "Is there nothing 1 can do lor y fchall I write to your friends '(" on i nave no friends that you can write to. But there is one thing for which I would be much obliged. In my knapsack you will find a testa mcut : will ,veu oien it at the four teenth chanter of John, and near the ' i-iiri pf tit r-jigplir-youwilUJiiid a vcrtclhat bepu ivUn 'Peace.' Will you read it." ' ' The officer did so, and read the words: Tcace I leave with Voa, my peace I give nnto yon. Let nol yonr heart bo fc-oi...

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. — 28 October 1870

-THE- HERALD TKSSS. Tb "Ola-hia Um)4" In published evarjr 'rkUy morning at THKEK UolXAM per annum, In advance Bain af aavi-M-aa. One aqnare (ten B nes) for one Insertion, SLSu; each additional in COLUMBIA, TENS.: :; I'BIDAYi OCTTOBEK K 1ST. a-ALL Advertising will be comiidcred CASH and collectable any time alter Uie fln insertion. FOR GOVERNOR, GKN.jmC. BROWN. TOR CONGRESS, GEN. W. C. WHITTHORNE. FOR STATE SENATOR. COL. T. H. PEEBLES; FOR FLOATER, WILLIAM B. GORDON. " r..lie Speaking. W. C. Whitthonic candidate for Congress will address the people of the ("th Congressional district at Santa Fee, Tuesday, Nor. 1st. Spring Ilill, "Wednesday, Nor. 2d. Culleoks. Thursday, Nov. 3d. Hampshire, Friday, Nov. 4tb. Mt. Pleasant, Saturday, Nov. 3th. Population of Middle Te naew-er. Davidson county, 63,178 ; Bedford, 2LoCU; Canuon, 10,510; Cheatham, 6859 ; Coffee, 10,200 ; DcKalb, 11,436 ; Dickson, 924G ; Fentress 481C ; Frank lin, 14,977; Giles, 32,821; Grundy, 32.15; Hickman, 9S58; Humphreys,...

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. — 28 October 1870

pv-iwirmini : v THE HERALD. COLUMBIA. TENN.: .r t . if. 1 f". I'BIDAY, OCTOBEBtS, 1870. XaafaTtlle Senlir K. H. Sehedalc. . I'MHirMiBi Xomday, Seplrnnb-rr 1 ,'tlS7w. ..... Mail South arrives st Columbia, Morn Ma North .- " 10:04 2:00 Night Passenger JSouth " Morninir , . iVnrikl H II'.M.l 10:15 2:03 7:00 A.M. M . ...... n. j Accommodation leaves arrives at I p. m. 0:00 For furtlier information spplv taor sddres tf.llINE, Agent. r address, TOWN AND COUNT V. LMt-rite Dollar Mmmr. A Pointer Dog, white body and liver-colored bead. Any one returning said doe will reeetve the above reward. . , Jso, BxiSO, JlU ;,. Beet, Bat More. Our Boots and Shoes are the best shop hand made; every pair warranted. Our Hats ol every style and price. ladies' Fuin, handsome and cheap. Men and IkvV clothing and bo its made to order. These goods will be sold low for cash. Please call and examine them, as we are determined to sell lower than in Nash ville., Sheeooo & Sox. PrMilaeat Arrivals la the City. Jo...

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. — 28 October 1870

MOXEI AXD HATRIMOXET. A Tale or Twt 'otlent and Tmm niin, Invelilnr n Matter of Two nim km wo niuivai. ISTAVIS St lllRMAN-S WILL. (Indianapolis for. X. Y. World.) ne dav last week, about 5 o'clock in the evening, rumors were rife on our street that Custavus SSchurraann was dying. The rumors proved true, for at .V.:JO o'clock he had passed from earth. He was quite an old resident of our city, one of our wealthiest men, and in:ilrn histnrv for himself that but few knew. His remains were followed to the "silent necropolis" by a large num ber of friends. GUSTAVUS SCHURMANN w;i a man of 57 years of age at his death. He wasjndeed a very singular mail. He was a man that minded his own business; never obtrusive, but seemed to avoid the public gaze. His most intimate friend would often meet him on the street and often wouiu ian ta meet the nod of recognition, so mait- ferent was he aliout exchanging the lYimmnn courtesies of life. He cared little or nothing for society, but seemed to enjoy h...

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