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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 31 March 1871

THE FAVORITE. STOYES. ...r..,.1v iliirfv TMTk flf C1K! rieuce in the manufacture ana sale of Moves in the boutnern otaies, .aiessrs. Treppard & Co? have succeeded in procuriug an article which is gener allv conceded to be superior to all m m - m Vja. . . JWIVIO, kin Stove, ana wnicn nag now cwisrhold use about which there , mknAM iv cn Titniiv i-f I ti 1 1 1 1 :4 1 1 1 H hk the kitchen stove ana wmcn when oui B- . ..... of order is as great a nuisance down stairs as a piano out of tune is up stairs. The great advantage tne ia vorite offers over all other Stoves is the small quantity of wood it burns, the uniform heat it produces and the facility with wmcn its various payments can be adjusted to any de tcnption ofcooting. SJ1'lt' pard & Co-being familiar wth the wants of the people in Tennessee and v thcr middle ana urUUJilll VUl lire , , Stove, and the immense number they are selling is the best or evidence uiat the Favorite is the best of all Cook in" Stoves sold in ashvill...

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. — 31 March 1871

THE HERALD. ere" tay molnrt IubuWu rESXK-Tlie ralumbla HwiH" in published Mrannnm in ilvilli'e. Rata ut Advwliii. One Fquare (trn lines) for one. Insertion, IL50; each additional In sertion, 73 cents. COLTJMBIA, TENN.: rBIIAV, 'IARCI1 31, 1671. WTAXIj Advertising will he considered CAHH and collectable any time after the flnt insertion. It in said that President Grant lias rouchnli'd not to rv tlic San Do mingo wlu-inc ditrinjr the present se aion of ('onjrress. The President lm issued a tiroela iimlioii warning all unlawful parties in the .Stafc of South Carolina (o ccnc1Iicir onll.iwrv and dirband. Kx-iJovoiiwr JIi.ik, of Xorth Ciiroliiitt, wlio litis Won deposed from liis office liy impeachment, deelaiTS his intention to appeal to the Supreme Court of the United Stales. - The offieors of the steamer (Jcorgi nmi. on the Potomac river, refused to let TitED. Ia;i..ss sit Avith the white people :t tiihle. The other members of the Swindleiuiiijro Com. mi ion heeauie very iiidiiiant at...

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. — 31 March 1871

THE HERALD. COLUMBIA, TESN.: FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1871. Kaahrllle A Decatur R. R. SeTaedale. fniBrclBS Honda-, September, 1S70. Mail South arrives at Colombia, Morn 10:0 Mail North " . " 2.00 Kisht Passenger ISonlh " (P. M .M.l :35 Morning Korth A 2:03 7:00 Accommodation learn " ' M trrires at u fP. M 6:00 For further information applv to or address, . JtilNfc, A pent. TOWN AND COTJTTT ST. TO BrNIXEStt HEX. Tbe Premium List for tbe forthcoming Fnir for Maury County, is now in press at thin office, and will be publiriied In naranlilet for. Business men will find this an excellent medium through which to reach the l.uUie, as it will be placed in the hands of most every farmer ana nipiv.ini in thi Count v. A few more cards will 1 taken, by rv application. "Taken Ihel H !. .. i i The centleman wno icvciimj oci ua an anonymous communication, in which C'al. Matthews Johnnie Karris, Prof, ravim, and W. IL Kersey, figure large- ..Mt ..In.luA iriro tt will us 111 j'lcn. fe" ' ' ... Blanks. We h...

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. — 31 March 1871

vr 1'rum the Soullcru Farm and Home. THE HATCHET OX THE 5IiTL'L. UY MRS. W. O. M'ADOO. ("NI;ir- Faith lTo.d'J 1 Jived In a quiet tlroi-'gling village Vuere I was lHr, objure aud uu kiiown. I cr-joyed all the vexing c ares ..imiiv miii'ihI.mI that situation: buUucb earcs, it may w ell be imagined rere not rmicii in unison vuu my taste, I did not resemble Dean cwi.i or bis ancestors in regarding "labor af. I bad a love for all i . work: and unfortunately lor myseii, and for tbe world, I diflered from the learned doctor in all other respects. 1 vas neither learned nor witty. Un fortunately; because wit and learning are both pleasing when not intermin gled with arrogance and pedantry. I consoled myself for these'defeats by the reflection that mj industry would tom iensate, in some measure, for the at eenee of other qualities, and hoped I might get through life with this meed of praise that 1 was. useful member of hociety. There was one happiness l nan, wi.icu I was fond of enjoying as o...

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 April 1871

s i t " ( " STOTES. After nearly thirty years of exl& rience in the manufacture and sale of Stoves in tbe Southern states, .Messrs. IVerra 07 uaTC succeeded in procuring an article which is gener ally conceded " to be superior to All others, which is named The Fa voeIxk Cookixo Stove, and which haa now been in use for something over ten years. There is probably no article if Household use about which there are generally so many complaints as the kitchen stove and which wtieu out of order is as great a nuisancelown stairs as a piano out of tune is up stairs. The great advantage the-FA-vobite offers over ail other Stoves is the small quantity of ..wood jburns, tlie uniform heat it produces and the facility with which its various com partmentu can be adjusted to any de scription of cooking. Messrs. Trep pard & Co., being familiar Ufa: the wants of thivpcople in Tennessee and other middle and Southern States I nought out. the Favobite Cookixg Stove, and the immense numbo rthey a...

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 April 1871

THE HERALD nCXr.-TU "C.lawWa Is published every Friday morning- at Tnssx ltoLLAitu per unm, la advance. Bats T AewrtauWa.-um square (ten line) for om lneriha, U30; each additional la ertkm, 7icm. COLVMBIA, TE2T2T.: ft'OlDAY. APHII. 7, 1871. WALL Advertising will be considered CASH, -ami collectable any time after the fln Insertion. Gex. W. G. IIarihsg's auuual sale of fine Iiorvct rill lake place at bis residence, .wear Nashville, .Saturday, "SIAy C Tliirieeii twdlMold8, fine colts, nine fillies, and .fourteen year ling all will uc sold. . The Connecticut election Las disap pointed the cxicetatioii of the Dem ocrats. It Is tiionglit tluit tlic Demo cratic culiIitlfi.r (iqvernor in elect ed by a (small liwWUy, lut even that i doubted. " At the recent meeting of the Direc tors if the Nashville & Decatur Ifitil road at Pulaski, it is fa id that prepa rations n ere made for ostablichiug a through route from Decatur tolAHiis Villc, o moii the South aiifl 2foi1h road it completed. Tbu...

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 April 1871

A- i Vsiiir" 9 0 -THE HERALD. - COLUMBIA, TEffff.t . " - - . " ' ' 1'MDAY, APOIL T, 1871. RMhUIcBrtu M. m. efceelBle. CmimIi( Satarday, April 1, 1871. Hail Sooth arrives at Gaanibia, Moral : ' :05 Mail Jiorth " -.if. m. -:15 9:43 2:10 7:00 6:00 NiKbt Passenger South 1 " Morning (North" Accommodation leaves " M aariraa af IP.M.1 P. M.1 For further m formation apply to or address, TOWN AND COUNTJT. The f.rat Reception, of the rnssby lerian Choir,' willkake place at the resi denre .f Dr Towler, on next Friday eA eniag Hi 8 o'clock. Music, Readings ana Conversation, will constitute eMer taiunteiit. Tkket, 50 cents, to l Md f" the Dnijr Htores. rw-&." : nf .liurcb puriHwos, but exclusively fortbe use and benefit of the Choir, -and i . J so. Fri kkhott, f r'v- April 7th, 1WL The liuBrrt Taxes. The taxable property in the gd db uiable proieVty la 1870. was U30,480.00, s wb ite polls, and no blacks. .A Caret I too i-nClie. 31 r 31. J. Bryant is now receiving daily the new Spring Styles ...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 7 April 1871

JIAftfm ill .AFI knt ,.Cn T l -1 : ! A in tuandorAliiH, according to the word of Sr' au' "nr'cl tt;m valley. , over aa-iinet Bethlieor.: hut no man knowain hit ffepalchre unto thii-day 1i;i t. aiiir. 5. . r That the grandest funeral . That vr l&Borl nn ikai-tk M y berd (it trampi'nfr, . j 1 r"- Wain forth. V X amwqrti e 11 Cotnea when iha tiirV.1 U ,1... And the deen red streak on o:chiw di-ep Orows into the bright fun. rnlentlyaihcriuft--time - , . I ts ereww f verdure weave? ; - And the lofty trees upon the hill Open their thousand leaves'. There vie no wnnj of niu.'ie, Nor voice of them that wept ; Bnt silently down from NclH'is.crn That treat procession wept. V, v.- , ' . TfaU wag tie treated Warrior Thatevor wort the (.rl;" He the most rifted p ict That ever lreat hed a word ; There never lived philosopher Who traced with ready pen ' , On living age. truths half a i-age. , f Asbettcdwnfr rara. - ' , .! was it and h'urb honor. With the rrern rod for hi pall. T lie in ftc whe...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 28 April 1871

s it ' 'if nii-ro j a ' i t it AttornejRALD. ' r-nTTTi Will practice ia the f,E!f N ' v! .Cownty.-. , '...-.- - f.of ...Maarj ft Apr 15; J 'wdy, Arll I. Orrivwt Culwajbia, f Moral J 3?eaCG, 5-.tfc PTEY at law, COLUMBIA, TENN. - menu ait me vonns 10 dc- iiuiuvu m Maury and adjoining counties. Office Whitttiora-i Plock. Ireb24 71 TLt .... j . . t.u r.. J. H. FCRfELL. B. W STEELE Pi' ?. ' ' ? : "?f UfiALi ESTATJ2 AUJUNAD, for tin SALE, PUBCUASE AND BEN TI "" Of All Dc8criHioB of I'mpcrty, COLVM BI A, TlHKEllC. Office -WliiUhorne Block. oc2lg-t Pillow & Alexander, ATTOn.'El'S AT IAIV, Will practice in the several Conrts of Maury and adjoining Connuca. decNMJ John n. bond, ATTORSEY AT LA1V, COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE. rninttt attention siren to CoHections. del OOKS! BOOKS!! BOOItS!!! PERIODICALS, STATIONERY, WALL PAFEB, Window Shaded, News, Notiont, Ac, at W. II. ENGLE'S, Went Side I'nhlk 8qare, " ' COLUMBIA, TENKESSEE. W. VANCE THOMPSON, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office on Garden Str...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 28 April 1871

THE HERALD . . "5r-Th "Col Ma nrald Is pnWLshcl every Friday morning at Thjlec lHiLLAKa r'f annom, in mlvauco. iinrumu-one wqnaro (ten lines) SL?" l"""-". each additional In sertion, 7o cen In. - - COLUMBIA, TENN.: I1CIIAV. ATlCII 88, lt7I. WW ALL Advertising wlll'lie considered CASH and collectable any time after the flnt lnMertion. St. Loris is in advance and bound io o ahead. She lias f 3,f00,XJ0 vcslcd in beer, and produce f 1,000, 0(10 worth ainitiitHv. Hoston is giving herself to beer, The "llnVh bound to turn with the world. She old 3S2,&J5 barrel s of (he K-verasc in 1870. Kkxtitky has experienced a tcrri b'.e backet. She distilled but 5,WK, ?JS ralIons of whiskey in 1S70 against lyHKi, 907 gallons in 18C3. She has our sympathy. No wonder thc is "out of t-orts" nt the Cincinnati Southern Kailroad and everything else. It has been happily observed that, " in the shipwreck of the Stale, trifles float aud are prcscrvrd, while every thing solid aud valuable sinks to the botto...

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 April 1871

'V - 1 t AttorncilALD, Will practice ia tho'ENN. anty,.- , s attr ftalr7, April J, 1871 P'wVtives et Culattti'ia, Moral li " " (p.m. f i- vesat , fP. M.l S.05 5:16 2:10 7.-00 : nn W'ofmatK-a artfdy w r addrrsa. -r-v, - a. 1I1NE. Agent Cull at U II. Alwt-H's ami hoc Caycw's T. B.MAIANR, Ay''. ': FfMiBHl. A lino ,11 Pen and Holder. Apply t M('aiii Mrlinifh nmind a ball mile8 oHt f liigbyvillo, for tho improvement ot tho singing in tho il cburch. The lr-on rc Rratuitou.i, givon by tuoir be loved patdor, Rov. IS. C. CbPan. wbo i n.Mt irfAAn a dorp interest in ih..ir .niritiiai m-olfaro. We trust their Urta will decrowned with success. Komrtklata; Hew BillXl. The very latest Imported Clironios, Wc Imve a new 6tock of these excel lent pictures for sale cheaper than ev er was known. Also, splendid French Lithographs, and Itodgcrs uroups of statuary, to ircllicr with a full line of Black-wal-tint, Itopcwood and Gilt Mouldings. Wc arc prepared to furnish Frames mid Glass of all sizes and sty...

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 April 1871

- "n"ffmwim " Jin K V; !3 V lr I 4 A i 7 1 v AFFAICS IS MISSISSIPPI. J .- Letter of Gov, Alcorn. The following letter has been address ed by Governor Alcorii, of Mississippi, to the editor of the, New York Tribune: S'aYoii eha"enge me to reply to certain lritUrs of yours ou me and iny administration. Having no po litical or personal interests in New York, I concluded not to withdraw the atteution necessary to an acceptance f your taunt from the pressing and anxious duties by which lam surround ed here. Ou reconsideration, howeve er, I feci that the misrepresentations to which you give publicity, finding, as they do, an echo in high places, demand correction at my hands as a duty to my .State. The slanders put upon this peo ple before the whole country threaten consequences so urave that 1 must pray you Ut J term it me to give through your columns an authoritative corr juon The Auditor of Public Accounts, of mis Mate, lias placed before me a list of all of the claims allowed, and pai...

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. — 5 May 1871

bc terms are v'-t' . 1 Attorney? at 'IaTZ. COLUMBIA, TENN. Will practice ia the cerenl Courts of Maury : - Apr i l OHN G. HORSLEY, 4Tustico of the 3?eace, Qiumbia, Tcnn. A. M. 1IUGUES, ATTORNEY v AT LAW, w lOOLUMMA.TENN. f Will attend IP tlie Court a to be .ln-lorn .fr . Maury and adjoining counties. OrriCE-W hiUhonteUkick. ?c2i 71 J. H. FDScELL. " 8. W STEBM FuSSELL & STEELE, REAL ESTATE AGENTS, forth SALE, PL1 K CHASE AND REN TIN ' 'Of All Dcscriitios of Properly, CotCB1 A, T"!NE8SEB, OBW .W hiithftrne Woffc- c2U-t ' " 4 Pillow & Alexander, , ATTOn.ElS AT Uff, Will practice in the ral Courto of Maury and 4'joi"g Conntic. declfr-U John n. bond, ATTOBHEY AT E.AW, COLUMBIA, TENKESSEE. Prompt attention given to Collections, del BOOKS! BOOKS!! BOOKS!!! PERIODICALS, STATIONERY. WALL TAPER, Window Shades, Sew, Notion, Ac, at v. II. ENGLE'S, West Side Puhlic Bonare, COLUMBIA, TEKNES8EE. W. VANCE THOMPSON, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office on Garden Street, nearly west and opp...

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. — 5 May 1871

THE HERALD. Th Tola-Ma Herald to pnbliKbnl "eT nday morning at Tukkk IXjiaus per Mnnm, In arivauco. .Jt f AwwrtMaw. Oneqrmrten lines) iSL?" i?rton, $U50; ncU additional ln rUon. 7a cents. , COLUMBIA, TENN.: FIIDALMAY O, TALI Advertising will be eomdderod CAHfi and collectable any lime aflor tho Una Insertion. The 5cw York Sim lliiuks that the Jlcpablicaus ought to abamlou all thought of renominating General Jkant. It is iuijwssiblc for nine tenths of them to abandon buck a thought Thev no longer have it to abandon. Au exchange says : 11akkeu i'ills cht, the Abolitionist, is preaching on'Jrcc religion ;' and uoav, what is 'free religion?"7' Why, it is what they call over on Roaring Fork a pro iniscuous and indiscriminate scramble hellwards. Tub Lebanon Herald Las I ecu en larged to thirty-oK columns, and is printed on new typca::da new press I ts local page is also greatly improved, and bids fair in this respect lo rival the best. The quality of the Herald has always been superior to...

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. — 5 May 1871

THE; HERALD. COLUMBIA., TE5N.: frBIDAT, MAT 1871. TUWCMIMW flu M- rtAmtm- rHUMii BMwfav, Ayrll 1, 1S7L MaHutkarriresat Colombia, Morn :05 MUKIKUI " IP. M. 1:15 9:43 gnt rasscngcr South 1P.M. Morning North Aeconi mndatioa leave " irriwit 1A.M. 3:10 7.-00 P. H I 6:00 For farther information rp'y or addresa, 1INE, Agent. TOWN AND COUNTV. Xarilre. The members of tbe Methodist Church are requested ;to meet at iho Church to morrow (Saturday) evening, at 4 o'clock. A. w. SMITH Call at U II. Atwell's and see Cayco's i onauie forgo work. . . T. B. Malose, Aft. Boaatthlaa; Hew aatd Bmatlftal. The ycry latest Imported Cbromos e nave a new eiock oi uicoe cawi lent pictures for sale cheaper than eV' cr was known. Also, splendid Frcucli Lithographs, and Rodsrerfl' Groups of 6Utuary, to- cether with a full line of Black-wal nut. Rosewood and Gilt Mouldings. We are prepared to furnish Frames and Glass ol ail sizes ana styles, tas sels : and finally, everything that can lc called for in the picture ...

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. — 5 May 1871

i Hearcs la Horses. 4 1 Can yon, or fcny of jour correspond ents, eulighten me, as to the nature, cause nd cure of heaves i n liorccs ? 1 am sore 1f in the dark in this matter, and am afraid toy ignorance is detrimental to my horse. The horse is ten years old, runs some at the nose a thick, whitish . ubUitce blows pretty hard aflcrdriv ng awhile: has been fed on corn and dry hay all winter Oreenhortu, CWuw bus, Mo. Heaves in horses is distinguished ly a kind of jerking double fliuk movement at each expiration, generally more or less accompanied rvilh a flight peculiar cough, oltcn approaching a grunt, which no one who has owned horses that had the heaves will ever mistake. It is sup Iosed to be directly caused by the diges tive organs failing to supply so full an atnount.of nutritive matter to the breath ing apparatus of the lungs, as a free, healthy action requires. When once es tablished, the disease is commonly re garded as incurable, and the opinion is not far from correct. It m...

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. — 12 May 1871

WHEGTfi CCLSLLiKD, Attorneys at La7, COLUMBIA, TENN. Will ln-actice, w U. Knnl Court of JJaory JoHN G. HORSLEY, Justice of tlie l?eaces Columbia, Tcnn. As ,21. HUGHES, .J . ; ATTORNEY AT LAW, 'COLUMBIA, TENN Will attend ell the Courte to be li-ldiB ft Maury and adioiniag temUcg. OrricE- E bit iUburae Block. Veh2t 71 j. H. n ss.L. s. w Prex T7, T TT T-7r . 7 rrSSELU&OTEELE, HEAL ESTATE. AGENTS, fortha SALE, PURCHASE AND BESTIK j " Of All Descriptions of Property. CotrBiA,TEiKes8ia. OBite-WliitAorne Block- oc21g-l Pillow & Alexander, ATTOBEYM AT LAW, Will nract.ee m the several Courts of.Jf anry and adjoining Counties. declfr-tl i JOHN B. BOND, ATTORNEY, AT LAW, COLOMBIA, TENNESSEE. Pruniit attention ptn to Collections, del 13oOK8! BOOKS!! BOOKS!! - -lElilODicALS, STATIONERY, WALL TAPER, Window Shade,. News, Notions, Ac, at W H. EN CLE'S, v Wcat Side Public Square, COLOMBIA, TENNES8EE. W.' VANCE YIIOMFSON, A TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Oftec m Garden Street, nearly west and...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 12 May 1871

THE HERALD. f KUH-TU uCelsmU rM" Is published very Friday morning at Thbjck Poui rer anttnm. In irivtnm. ' Rates ef ATerrJil. One square (ten linear lor on lotteruou. fLSu: racb additional in eruoa,7a cenu. , '. : COLUMBIA, TEKN.: FRIDAY. MAT IS, 1871. "ALI, Advertlsini; will be considered i arh ana collectable any vine aaier we nn insertion. Some Wwlern aspirant for a Terri torial Governorship, has scut our gift ed ircsident three buffaloes which are roaming at liive . on hit Missouri farm. v The Jackson Whig and Irilvne takes grim rntisfaction in striking at its contemporaries as they rie from (mall, meagre sheets, into large, pros perous journals. Can it be that the Tennessee Gales k Seatojt are en viotu bt-ciuse the Lebanon Herald 1ms grown to be' as good a paper, in every respect, t'HHC? as the WJu'g and Tri The Tactics of the Enewy . lien the late i.nliappv civil ww was rsgii!r, mid the passions of the Xoi'thcrn pplc were up to white heat, it needed only that any named power 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. — 12 May 1871

i THE HERALD. COLUMBIA. TESN.l FK1DAT, MAY. It, 1871. l'sseel Satartey, April 1, 1871. Mall Soiita arrives at Columbia, Morn 19:05 3:15 9:43 J:10 Maaoonu - - i p. m. tPsaseajrarfaoutb!" Vp.M. .VJ . North- A.M. )fDimuBuun tea we - arrireat " - TP. M l 6:00 .fprther lnlonnaUon ipply to or address, a. liIXE, Agent. iOWWAnd cornvT- - tfia consecration ol St. Peter'a t?oh, In thin city, ia expected to take lire Heads. Mm. Charles Irvine, of Knob Creek, "fntusj a young turkey, a few days mnce whk-h had two distinct heads, n lie henda and eyes were well formed. Mrs. Irvine went us last year a chicken that had four loan, four wings, two bod ies, joined together, and one head. '!. J. B. KillrkreaT. This dixtinguiKed agricnltnral writer aud speaker, will be in Colnmbiaon the l rrfh of May, (next Monday,) and will deliver a lecture on the subject of agri- ruuure, improvement oi worn out land in Maury county, etc. The members of the l'armers't lub are especially invited, and every farmer in the...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 12 May 1871

T RELIGIONS I.MKLLIUESCI. I ANEW -5VELlbll VEKStOK OP TUB l'.ir.i.E. The Jioston Traveller says : 'llcvisious of cxhlino; versions of the Scriptures becm to lc the order of the day. Beside the enterprise iu this ilircction now coins forward is w .... iiigmnu, wc icam, oy a letter from a friend in btocklioliu, Sweden, dated February J, 1S71, that 4a Royal Bible Join mission has been at work for a .uiig time with the revision of the old SwetVsh version of t!ic Bible. vThe ouMnission lius advanced so far in llioir work (hat J hey expect to pub lish it in the Miring, i be laid before il.?; Iiet for examination.'? - XcMREK OK.f BWS IN THE WoBU. ArrocJing to t lie Ircst calculations !ln; .lews iii K'irOpc amount, at least, i tive ami a halt millions, of winch ix-Hily thin: millions are in Uussia and Poland; in Austria, more than tic million ; in tjcrinany, 400.0UO; in J '.urojtean Turkey, IMJO.OUO ; Rouma- nia, 10,00d; Fiance, 100,000; the rest in Ivijrland, Holland, Italy and other 'oiin...

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