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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 6 January 1871

i . . ".- -. - - -- . . . . ... - ... ... . - . . -.wra, . ... Wmmm ".i"te '-VS." '.. - -- - 7" fe U2kXVUB I : - . . .i J " ' ""., " - - I ii . a , , , 4 I. 1' V eileat cXco--T room. ?",SfM this n- .KkorMi 1 urn Uua Ucir luac ud Lord : fhlU Wl Kmil Tit J - e Mul. kt for k.. ? rVori' rwrn. : k tid i ewrow, ikam and to'; I lor Uft p tlx Motiraeri hd ; Support th poor, tad free tke lav: To follow Chnrt aata be to ro Jt tbm ln weet. 'id iul asd woe. tone, broUierl do mot r away Bat kelp tbe toala to Jea doer; ABd pray by workiac. bow aid here." - .. Eut Titnf 8ai1' "fcook h's Jwd. o..brother! whiloair heart is dead., -t W bile not a throb of ceneroof love , I I.iftiitiltarbearttoOodabeTe, i bile there dark eloadi aroand Be roll, H orn eaa I help another teal t i , when tl within if poor and low.' How can I help another'! woe 7 lint when my aonl grew freak ad fair, ltr days of penaoee. nifku of prayer. And t hrift is born within ne, then My life may help my fellow men." And ra earn broth...

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 January 1871

ov7iThe ftViMtafa. rejannntn.lniulvM.nc. . . ,"' Advert!,!. One viuare tt-n llncsl COLUMBIA, TEXN.: FRIDAV. JAaTiAUV , f-ffkk. Advertising 'U h considered y- Abti and eoUectable any time after the flnt insertion. If ft Ottt. Yc had "eft ui and intended pub lishing (lie letter of Wm. Jay, to tho Missouri Caucasian, i answer to an editorial of the Memphis Avalanche, lut as he has learned that it was written under a umapprchcnsioM of !'it'.t, lio request Ub to leave it out. Tut. Union and America! liiis n statement showing that there are four million acres of laud in thU Slate not taxed. This is Fhown by comparing the laud assessment of 1SCI and IS69. The merchants complain that they are to be taxed to make up the deficiency resulting from these .untaxed lands. The Legislature will look to this mat ter, and should do so immediately. Ot R fellow-citizen, Major Fjjaxil C iK'XNixoTo.v, has been elected Clerk for the Supreme Court in the Middle Iiyisioii of Tennessee. If every lawyer in Te...

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 January 1871

;--W-JS,.,I.- I . . -7 1 ; t ( fJ 1 COLUMBIA, TEXX.t l UIDAV.JAI lDV , IS? I Mail South nrri e at Columbia, Mornl 10:04 Mail North - , . ' jlno 2:00 J icUt Passenger ! South ' Morning North . IP.M.l J A. M.J 2.-03 7. -00 Accommodation icavec 6:00 cr farther it formation apply to or add rem,' USE, Ajrent. TOWN A.TV1 COUNT V. the tan Baym mt BmIi, SkMit, ' 1 ' iMHili. Wehavo nowt a Urge stock of Ibe above articles, and intend keeping the best make 'of Boots and Shoes at all . , times, which we will sell twenty-live v2JTr celt lower than any house who sell 'nodit. Cash Bn rem will do well by coitdChtV on us, and see our goods, sanctuary, 71. Shf.f.ooo t Sox. Fishing of : 1 - ' can Robs Sanders and Tom The B sbv found? Wherever there are Lao decided , Kedkox. not be ' -M " Church of EV t1-. .(ii)o Virginia, 10 marry, pointutcatoffcjm b Mr MMthlUf A weall'dge aiarsbau, or franklin. Her aMlh Before .-:.. 1. Ml lig. - V " :.. - . t r,l lit-1 C 19 j VWIg gWllMWfcMW M WIWU' Via of nnch estre...

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 January 1871

' " ft . ' 1 ' ' - " .' . - ' r J ; . . ."r: . Z 7 ..- i - f : Trojcrlj Frcdmg lira stockv . A :circiKMHlont writes us, alltul 1115 to one John. John&loa's hiuts on Uiekctpiasvi f;itm tto:k,lo which he say", he owes inuch of Uic 6iicccss ho has since aUainctl : "When an animal ilocs not gain in bic or weight you lose all the feed il consumes, or at bett, jrain nothing. When cowb -it iiuuiiv i.pi, incy uarcly pav their keeping, rendering no fMolit To the owner. Actiiitr uu this hint,'' he adds. 'l have increased ti c vield of chccM per row lroin :x.K) pounds to 175 pou ud-s on mi average, annually which is 175 pounds, or more than lilty per cent gain. This was done by leeuiuji Wl!,.iaihcf freely bonie of .my neihboi-d think. In 1 SiT 1 fed 700 pounds of Hie brt rornmcal per cow, coaling 11,2;. wMU. the avcr arc pficc of clieeso. a sold, was 13 cents equal to a nei gain of over 11 i-cr cow iu tho'C vcars. In ISO! we di- very much better, ai ditcs-e told very high. You will t-eo by...

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. — 13 January 1871

If ESras3SsTK7-issi. ?j 7T" , i : ' ' :- 'l .V J The per ccuUgc of colkge gradu ates who become Christian tniubjters iu New Knglaud is said tu be fast dc crcanliig. ! A It ha ascertained that there arc in tbc ' United States sixty-one thousand ministers or toe various d.6 nomination. Are raging the salary, is auoui seven nunorea uouars. The Methodist of San Francisco liave recently . dedicated a. mission building for the Chiueac r onr bun . xdre4 aud forty dollars were coutrib'--V ,uted toward its cost by Chinese, mi- ' wMhccttjr.r,.lv. f Roue lias a population of 210,857 souls. Of tbese tnere are 1,669 priests , 8S seminarist, 0,023 ' monks, 2,619 uuut, and as mauy other novices snd ' other cloistered persons of the two sexes." -, - f The Kid era of the l'rcebytcry of Newark, N. J, at their late meeting - condemned fashionable mnsic In the sanctuary, and favored the re-establishing of singing classes, similar to those of the oldea times. f , The B shop of Gloucester and Bris has de...

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. — 13 January 1871

..i4aa..i..i.B.oB w n THE HERALD . j j i ? a fLkHK. The "Mumble BrtuU" is publbdted cvrjr Krkly moruina; l Xukks roruiiuni, iaedvauu-. -, ef Adwrthdaa-. hie NqiMrp 'trn Lines) for hiu iimrtrou, .u0; each. aoVltional iti- COLUMBIA, TENX.: A J.T. Adl-flrikln srill 1 1 . (..old opened in New York yester- - uay mm, and closed at HQ?,. Cl a vi on, nut-law Governor of Ar kausas, hasbecu elected United Slates cciidtor. 'I'm. Paris Intelligencer ha been en larged and improved very material ly -ur. II amr y, the editor aud nropric tor, says lie kuows no such word as fail- r . J1,i' couuiy rcccircd Us name in honor of Abuauam Ji aci: v, lather . . . . . of Cuiitmodore'M. F. Mai r v. Akka ham macrv surveyed this vouuty, aud donbllci- in that way it was named for lii'-i. Hon. S.. iL Akxell member of Congress from thh Congressional Iistrict iutroduccd ou last Monday a bill 'To set apart all monies arising from the sale of public land for fire years to common M-hools of the South." .. . Mvjoi: Hl...

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. — 13 January 1871

1 ;' AT, RALTD. COLUMBIA, TENS.: FRIDAY, JJtflABY IS, IS7I Kaaavllle eatar WL K. Behestale. (fMlai Hoaaajr, Beat . safe. 187. Mail Sou tli arrives at Cotauibia, Morn 10.-O4 Mail North . , , . j.qo Xibt Passenger South J-' M.l 35 ni' ' . . . UiJ - , '.A. M. 2:03 7 arrives at 'fr.il.r -6:0(1 . or furtbe iBfoonalivn appW j or address. S.HINE, ASenU TOWN A.T I COUNT V. Ta Ike Cash Bayers af Boat, ' aaa. Bats. ; Wehae now a largo stock of the above article, and intend keepluK be lst make of Bouts and Shoes at all times, which we will sell twenty-five ler ceat lower than any house who sou on credit. Cash Buyers will do well by call in jr on us. and see oar goods. Jan 6, 71. Sheeooq Sox. ThMki Carta aaae. , , Mr John Holly; of Giles connty, be came so over-charged with Christmas, that he fell from his horse, and lwfore be could mount again, froze so badly that both of his legs had to be amputated, and his esse is cousidered hopeless. The Klak f u addition to the Skating-, the Pro jectors w...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 13 January 1871

ATata.r TTw 1 Since the marvelous baTKSon adre tare narrated by Edgar AUcu Poe, there has been no inch voyage through the air as that taken by two Parisisna a fortnight ajro. They did not, indeed, enjoy the celestial rere- lations, nor accomplish the astronom ical feats described by the moat imag inative of Americans, for these two aeronauts were enveloped in thick fog daring the greater part of their journey. They were not kept in con stant alarm by the fear of running agaiust a planet, or falling down a lu nar mountain crater ; on the contrary, the vision of a 6tar would have been hailed with irladnees in that long, dreary night of thick darkness and cloud. It was not iu the heavens above nor in the earth beneath that their peril lav. Their fear was that thev would lie whelmed in the wa ters under the earth. A quarter be fore midnight of Nov. 24th this won derfal journey began. At that mo ment MM. Panl Holier and Des- chamns stenocd into the balloon that was to carrv them out of t...

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. — 20 January 1871

' " Rtaange I r True. 3 ( THAT 1Y MYETII." RKDKE.HER V. ell may the turelic ebonu j,.io. - t!?16 -' Glorious Lord and Kiua : The vaulted arch's ring! ' Aftd UMren and earth proMalm aloud. Uouaniuu to Jehovah, od. . oh, floriani Advocate on hiBli! i or didpt come to bleed .ud die. . , To win the crown? The dreadful Croti on Calvirv. To save a tinner doumci like'wc? ' t died en CalvarV ' here, tell me, Jesus, could 1 flco , J hi i death draw- niIUT . .Ml hull the hour whan, lowed from earth. , y gwl ahall wake to heavenly 1'irtb. W here tear ne'er dim the eye! Then iinir. atijtelie host ahove! kcrttic int of Jem' love Tho Lamb once tlain. Lud strike ror harps of golden Mrinjrs W aft inugie on your bt-avru-Wu wine-'. Afio-nd yet again ! " I know that my Redeeinrr !ie'" . Ue'r drwfcl earh tear, h rSecked ech Mgk. . Iilt Potentate on high! II rai4e Him for each worlJlv m : I'll praice Him for the heavy oros; I'll lrai Him wben I die. Tnt Puritan Sabnatn. ' The Puritan Sabbath in the vill...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 20 January 1871

THE HERALD. v?H5,5'jr.Th "Olwbta HeraH" is publlsheil . T?7rla?,no.rnln at THREE rf" f WwrtWif.-OD( square (ten linos) Mrrtlon,"o cents. COLUMBIA, TEXX.: t ItllrAV, .IAl AltV tto,!! "ALT. tilrnrllulnit will ta nn 4.1 , AHH mid collectable any lime after the find in(iH ifit Tue Trcucli and the Prussians" have liau a decisive figbt at Lcnians. The French' General, Chavsey, says that from some inexplicable cause his ar my became pauickstricken, and fled. Hie loss is about 20,000, and the Ger man Iosh is also very heavy. The French ouUidc of Paris have been divided into be vend distinct and sep arate armies, and belli? on the outside of the circle around the beleaguered city, their enemies hare doubtless had but little difficulty in concentrat ing an immensely superior force on CnAL t-KY. It is (-luted, however, that the defeated general's forces -retreated in good order and discipline after the first day. This is vcr; remarka ble, if true. The Freiu h. capable of anything when stimulat...

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. — 20 January 1871

T . v V li ft THE ' HERALD. COLUMBIA. TENX.: rniDAV, j.uLAnv ao, isji XaaTavlIle Dwttir R. K. 8chc4lBl. l7t. Mail South arrives at Co'uwbis, Mora' 10.-t Mail North " ' 2.-00 Xiirht Passenger ;Soutb ! P.M. 9:35 Miminjr " North! ;M. 2:03 . 7.-00 Accommodation leaves " arrives at 44 jr. M J 6K For further information apolv to or address, if. illNE, ARcnt . town -A.irr COUNT V. T kCk Bayer f Bl, m Hats. We have now a large tlock of the above articles, and intend keeping the best make of Bool and Shoes at an times, which we. wlU sell twenty-five per ceat lower than anv bouse who sell on credit. Cash Bnyers will do well by valilnz on im, and eee onr goods. Jsn 6, 71. Shekooo & Sox: A MaaMl FrweHaaa.. We have in onr cilice a handsome bran new Sewing Machine. Aa we have nobody to work H for us, we have con cluded to let noine one of onr subscribers have It. The machine cobt us &, and we will give It to anybody sending ns the largest number of paid up subscri bers, provided the list ...

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. — 20 January 1871

AN 4 ' ' I 'BOCTOR ASnm'S BOlQrET h i m,MALIE. t s 1 uolur . slitou canic skipping jauntily-down the Mops of Mrs. Alli son's rcfciilcncc, up town, one would have Mipposcd l.i'ii to have Middenly fallen heir to a rich legacy, he looked ho proud and joyous ; ami good cause he had to exult. Sweet Edith Alli son had within the hour given a smil ring approval of Lis long and earnest ' woojh, and consented that the hap py day should not he a distant, one; and Kdith Ailioit was a prize w hom any m:wi might be proud of winning. Wealthy and winsome beautiful and gentle, iio wonder that Doctor Ash ten should leel that the world in pen oral had assumed a gayer mood to celebrate his great good fortune. Hut as he. went Mailing down the street a Utile remembrance went flirt ing through -'hit mind that sent a thrill of disappointment to his heart, llis precious Kditli. Lis new found treasure intended gaing that night to( the opera in company with some friends and owing to an engagement previously ...

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. — 3 February 1871

tfc: "." "sr. f 4 tt ' i X S fc Rise and I all of S&polcon III. 5 )r The history of Trance in the seventh decade of the century is as re mark a Lie as her history during the decade that the was -ruled by Xapoleon I- (1804-1811). At the beginning of lsfil, trance was the first nation in Kuropc. and :TCipoIcon HI. Mas the first man in France. The success that had waited on the French arms in the Russian war and in the Italian war had atoned for the disasters of 1SI2- la. Hie hegemony of Enropo had passed to France after the defeat of si ,and though the Emperor's Italian policy had by no nieaus pleased li s subjects, it had done much to raise him in the estimation of the world at large : and France had the benefit of hi action, and of the use to which he had rut her means. Had lie died at t the time he would have had a high liace in history ns n great and succcss ' ful Sovereign," who, liko Augustus, had obtained power ,,v 1)8(1 mean9. but lrnd used it so well as to make men overlo...

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. — 3 February 1871

id - THE HERALD rKttXS. The Tolamliia Hrrala" Is published 'very Friday morning at Tiirek Dollars fxr annum, in advance Baton ef AdvertiKiRc One square (ton lilies) for one Insertion, fcUoO; each additional in sertion, 75 cent. COLUMBIA, TEN N.: I'lCUtAY, l'KKKUARY a, 171 WWALIj Advertising will be considered CASH and collectable any time after the first insertion. C. C. Bowex, the carpet -L-ag Congress man from Charleston, S. C, has throe w ives now living, and there arc thirty- live Slates yet to hear from. "tiKAXT in lM'.l," .says a Washington letter, "was not worth a cent." And the worst of it is, he has ltcen depreciating in value ever since. The paralytic Editor of the "Weakly Mates, published at Brownsville, Ten nessee, is bcromiiir "young" again, judging from. lih juvenile effort at wit. "IIekod's Awful Malady Kcvived," is a head-line in a Meridian, Jllssis-t-ippi, paper. The article that follows relates to the ease of a woman twen t three years old, in Xewton County, who is...

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. — 3 February 1871

7 s5 If t ,,,, vm.BxxsyS. V Mr Isms IjppUnllM mt Me TexU iv h i - ' 1 rtt tbe Christian. Vrwv V Otirn Imam eUrlntural Quotations I quaintly appiieJ or grotesquely inisapL plied, although the instances are les abundant Uiaa formerly. It t J Dean 8wlftrVas. it notwbo called upon U olflctateat the o" of a PrinceB8 of royal Mood,. schedai. the court by announciiyrj, Krptcnbrr. , "take away this cuw' ' iK,r7. to-Cluu,oi:., IMon, ter." When r preacher Mfcr 'South rr. M.i anything ' North ;a. M.j 10:04 2:00 :35 2:"3 7 .00 6:00 2r uiiuodation leave tUa'l 44 srriresat ' theif srriresat .7ir further infnrmat fP.M-1 ion applv to or address, 0. UlAf iv"w TOWN AIVI COCNTV. Ta Ibet RiU Bayers er B', smhI Hats. We have now a large stock of the above articles, and intend keeping the best make of Boots and Shoes at all times, which we will sell twenty-live per ce.it lower than any house who sell on credit. Cash Buyers will do well by calling on us, and see our goods. Janf 7i. SHEEooo & Son. A II...

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. — 3 February 1871

BMiMWB05TaCWALL. kl 1 TKlTIi. 4- Firfrn ' u.lt culiiM "Our NcigliW. r i Vi . MacK. ; . Only n "portion of t.iis iniiortant Fiilijcct can now be con-ddcicd. The tlistinctions canix't Ijc dwelt upon, in tictr.il, between physical, moral and metaphysical" truths. Far less must tin alienist be made to answer tlic rrrat question, "What is truth ? pro truded by a. piouiiiitnt . iudiyidnal jo t.ic who, ILouffh a prisoner,, was ' the mighty Hod. Only that phase of tlic14cct is to be rt carded, where man tonics jn contact with his neigh bor; and locked at in this aspect, a suitable definition of truth iscom-okm- n v x i:Fai.itv a?.t Pi:vns!.' 1. Some Initi is due to our neigh bo:-. One wav of trying to excuse false hood is by taking the ground, '.h.it we are not. (tinder ptiligauoii to con.'oy in-'sr;;C;ioii to another; and oonse tiuentlv. if ho be so foolish as to be led uslray by what is said, the fan It is dnc to his folly rather thru to ourselves. It is granted, that we :ire not bound 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. — 17 February 1871

ft . . " L, WJ. .. . v. '-'w . r" , , V ' . '-i - . v - . v v.' ' 4".. . r . - - - - . - ; - " , ' . t " ..- 4 ' - -- - ..v , " . - - - -- . . -jV.nMMi.g iimfW,w," raa- r, -jrrvt , -..-..v- - ... saw - Ljt . i s . " mi i -Hi" , ' ...... - i -1 i 11 I 1 . tho e j, s ; meml f h:Pr v - crtMwAMitoMtoatfniici Test .k. 1 " j 'rr' ." .V i. i t T" -srr-"rr'nii wrrr-rrr Af.tf r, R " r"TT;TT "1 TV ri' 1 A. r-Tr-'J'' yTTtLv'?!. l'l" "'r I-., . . , TnnatlMChrHIUatTDWwr . One bears Hafptunl auotationa quaintly applied or grotesquely misap plied, altbousa the iwt&nces are leea abundant ttan formerly'. It was Dean CWiOVas it not?-io when called upon U ofSciateatee obsequies of a Princess of royal blood, outraged the court by announcing as his text, "take away this cursed woman and bury her, for she is the King's daugh ter." when remonstrated with, the preacher inquired Jl there had been anything offensive in the sermon. "Not at aD," said the courtiers, "but the text!"- 'ThetexttdMn't make," wa...

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 February 1871

( . , . -. y THErjHE R'A. LD. ri:itS.The TolBnibia nrralit" Is ruMishod evory t rulay morning at Thkkk IXillaks ler i. n nn in, in advance. Uatnt of AdvrrlisiHr.-41iiopqo.arp (Pn ines ;oLJMltIA, TKKN.j FRIDAY. I'CimuiRV 17, mi ,.?!LAt,I,,r,MnS ' considered I ASii arid colki-uble any time after the tn-sl. insertion. ... .. A J rcutli transport, with 1,250 per. mmis oil lxard, Las becu lost off Cape I jx 1 I a g p. .Nobou v saved. LoriisviLMijs to Lave another dem ocratic paper. II will be named "The LMlrcr," nrtd rits Editors, V. i l Ii. .Smi iiAN and M. W.-'t'i.rsKKv,- arc w ell known to news-paper fame.' It i to make its appearance on the 15th install t. , The County Court of Davidson Count y haK-!esscd a lax of one dol lar on every dog in the County (alter leaving one log for each family,) un der the provisions of a recent dog law i'a.NM.-i ujc liCgisiaiure. :. Will onr tlustires have the courage to do like wise, hi:nUio i-ciisiis of Maory county w.u lirnt iHiblisiicd in the Nashv...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 17 February 1871

1- .? - i ' "V r ' a a m . a M aj- m m mm a COLUMBIA, TENIT.t . 1 KII VV,I UBRl ARV ir, XuhTiUe xmlnr K. K. Bebedalc t CfeaamraelMff: MoT September. 1870. Mail South arrived at Colombia, Moral 10:04 nail North 44 " 2:00 Night Passenger TRouth I " Mnmini. t. lV..ril,l' IP. M.I AS5 1A.M.I 2:03 Accommodation leaves 44 7.-0Q srrivesst " P. II. 6:99 Fur furtlicr information apply t or sddrcs S.HINE, Agent. TOWN AN1 COUNTVMi'- T fkcCmh Bayers r tfoots, Bboce, mmt Hals. Wcliavc now largo ' slwk of Iho above articles, and rfitcmf keeping tbo bent inako of Boots and Suoea at all times, 'which we wil sell twenty-five ler coat lower than aiy lioiisa who f " on credit. C'ah Kuycr-s will do well Iry calling on ua, and boo oirBooun. Jan o, l. SHKoa & Sotf. miEN vou want Suit of Ootlies cut that will please you, call'"" ly. . , Kxoi.e. Special Soieet In order to mak rooitt for our Sprin? Supply of Vt Goods, wc will sell the remainder .l our winter stock on .hand at grcaU' reduced prices, consi...

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 February 1871

' - iiniiww limm imiwi Trrm,iriiiiiirr"1f tri n ' nw , i . tu. a tr . - k f TT"rTT crow a werk c werk entrlM "Oar Kcigh! hot, 1) . -tlACfc. For its own sake, neither contention uor warfare ran be desirable. Ab a remedy for existing evils, neither is I? ( jjtb wisest course, jf.tho opposing par- .lies 'weald lm4' ajre tir ItAaltuer method of settling their differences. The bravest, especially if llicy have had experience in the work of contest, are generally disposed to avoid as mticb as posbiMo the resort to strife. I'cace, however, is for its own take desirable, as well as for the blessings following in its train. It is aa idea I lueai at once vpAug, whenever anything like a fMori view. is entertained of J a " rt 1 .lit i the in unci Ton, "Thou Ehiilt love thv iicighbor as thyself." Whatever be the state of things abroad, each one, , at all right-minded, wishes pcjtcw.iii his own bosom,' peace in his own im mediate circle, peace in his own nation. 1'Cf.CC, as AN OIUECT To HE DESIRE...

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