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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 7 July 1871

TMt- FAVORITE. Ti-rartHsfCp., the .Hhirt y years of cxpe tt. ut.nro..w i, r urn Slates, Messrs. have succeeded in V nroriiriiiff an article which is rcner "wily conceded to be superior to all thcro, which is named Tub Fa vobite . ... L?i-tw . 1 ml.tla l.C... ...v.. I ucca in "sc ior something over ten r year. Thcrc is probably no article f JI-jr4jold use about which there a- generally so many complaints as I lie kitchen "tlovc and which when out of order is as great a nuisance down ulairs as a piano out of tunc is up stairs. The great advantage the Fa tokite offers over all . other Stoves is t lie small quantity of wood it burns, l he uniform heat it produces and the liu ilitv with which its various com- ! mi l incuts can be adjusted to any do scrintion of cooking. Messrs. Trep pard & Co., being familiar with the wants of the people in Tennessee and oilier middle and Southern State brought out the Favobite Cooking Stove, and the immense number they arc felling is the best of evi...

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 July 1871

THE HERALD. I rKKJK-TUeTflinniM Heraid' I published 1 every Friday morning at THUlDuLUW, i-r Hinimn, in ailvanco. ' Rates f AarerlisiHa. nc finre (ten lines) ..r one insertion, fr'..50; each additional in- ( wrtion,75 e ;ntis. ' . ' ! rOLUMPIA, TENS.: I'niitAii J 1'i.v r, 1871., -ia. Advertising will be considered ' CASH nii'l collectable any llrta insertion. time after the Xasiiviij-e is to have a Republican Daily. wmmmmammmmmmm Tm: wheat orop in Kast Tennessee is hwI. H-.it. Ai.kx- iSticj'UEXS 'f (Jeoigia, lias a n. . The 1'rciiiiknt lias pardoned Biga-tuy-IiowKX. Of course. ' Sknatok Bkovniw intends passing Hie simjuier in Maine. J. J- ' McDanxkl, editor of the itfiivilic Ere., died a few d3ys since. Mkse Paicisii has greatly enlarged .in. I nilioi wise imt.roved his Bolivar Jill'ljill. i't:. John V. BjtKX'iNKiiKiE has N-eii c-l ( tetl Vice President of the Big Sandy K-tilroad in Kentucky." K. S. Hawkins, a well known and highly ok-ia.i-l citizen of Nashville, dietl la.-L week. M...

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 July 1871

I 1 rHErHERALP 1 M 1 It rnl.nklBlAi TEBH M n Z I .... ,... H K.HCBWe V .a .t,,u. arrive v-""-. i"V S;50 VjK"1 ... ...im fl V flM fA.M. lh! r.io N .-liiTaswipT u. . M.inS " . lNh AiTOWi'HHbhon leaves .UAnir Mill III I 1 T:00 P?. M l 6:00 , .. :r. a;mi r.,.v tn or mddreK. TOV- AND COUKTV. ' IIKTKOROMHarAI. , , .. . .. . -- w. . - " ...... - - jann. forth wek rMtlas: Jnly . j HI KMXHKTKK. Remark.. . u 74 74 7.1 7i 8i K Wi 81 9.12t21.nR Clear, owl. 2.J6 .09 Clear. . -ffl.121 31.20 Cloud. 29.22 29.W5 Pun and cloud?. at.l(!S9.08 Overcast- " .0229J2 Clear. -sy.l.t.jy.14 Sun and clouis. i 29.1 Ir.BOX.-E. I5iTEI.MK'K- Jos. II. Webster, and hi son, J. t. Webster, have returned irom meir . . l IndA, imntlamAn ....... :7. i.t vrt lion. Col. Web- I HUlllij - - . 4 .pAriu f rViinaaa ia iii a deplorable wndUion. - Almost un iiitrrii ntvl rains have prevented the . itii l-inf anil tYim nlanr.a- localities. . "' Itev. J. II. IlussclL of Sawdust Valley, cut t Missouri a short time since. Oil. Folk Mc...

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 July 1871

4 he first ilsn-n' :iiUis of this year liuve re.-i;licl f2 .IX KJ bales, ami the lock on tlio lU'.li instant aitiOHntctl to l-'i, WW latins. Thus Europe re jtiitT:, t jiiti-i.t ju ices, about 100, UiW lialos evirv week; and. even -villi ai Ann 'i .-m crop of mil lions c flail not Lave more than Milll' icjil for our wants. 9 Oik; of f'g prettiest of tlic l:tc toile-Un ir. nnide of black China rape, very muc'r rcei'fiiblinjr a kind -.f m1 f;isli)oii.'tbIc a ball a, century :. Tbe. overshiil only is oftrape, ry niiicli embroidered, and worn nft-r n 'rcfis of milled black silk ' In-j.ickel rortipb'ting this is p1c-tc-iw, anil c.ivcr a waist of black silk lrtsc willi modcrair trains are to?v i!isi(lcittil en. uc-ile for the Klrn-f, and lor binding' ilnjne, very wi.le bradc or velvet U ii-mm!, more for protect i.ti tl.-.si r:i uncut, as oil criviM-cxieiiMti; mIks and ioi!recs wonld oon be ntleilv ruined. Liu- en collars arc no Miunre in front. mkI with !rcc i:iertion with a full edinjj. L...

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 July 1871

THE: r FAVORITE- STOTES. After nearly thirty years of expe rience in the manufacture and Bale of More in the Southern States, Messrs. f reppard & Co, have succeeded m procuring au article which is gener illv conceded to be superior to all others wlucu is namcu j unr. ('.nkin'J !?tove, and which has now l e-i i" use for pomething over ten rear There is probably no article of Household u-c about w hich there n. r generally so many complaints as the kitchen stove and which when out of Order is as great a nuisance down stair" " r3" "", of lt,nc " "P stairs. Tin great advantage the Fa vokite oflers over an ouicr otoves is ' ihc small quantity of wood it burns, the uniform heat it produces and the facility with which its various eom purtnients can be adjusted to any de scription of cooking. Messrs. Trep pard & Co., being familiar with the wants of the people in Tennessee and other middle and Southern State brought out the Favoiute Cooking Stove, and the immense number they Hre sel...

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 July 1871

THE HERALD. r:RH-Thf "Cnlambla HcmW i published every Friday mornins at Thei:e UoLLAKa per auuum, in advance. Fate of Advert nunc t me Uare (ten linen) for one insertion, S'.oO; t-aru additional in sert iou, 75 c;nr"i. COLl'liniA, T E N K .: K"ALL Advertisintr villi be considered I'ASIl and roUectablu any time after the ti-t insertion. Wilson County has voting popu lation of 4011 while, and 121 colore."1. "iiattaxwoa li:ts in full operation h Iaigc car factory. New Oki.kans is to have a ik wuikI niagiiifiwiit Ma--iiitf Tcuipte. Kaiic AL. misrule in Arkansas l::is reduced the taxable propt-rty one half ami mnUiplif J the taxes !y three. Ueufoku County lias u u hite vo'iug IMiptilati'in of m7, and niggers, 7i.o. M km I'll is is to liare a I'uiou iU-jm1 ami one or two i:r;;;u elav.itors. The M Ai:ris k Lok.n k and the riini"ess ln isi: will visit the United .Stater- in the romin autuu.n. Tin: Supreme t'onrt at Jackson, con trary to theizei:t i:il puhliot sii-ctation, granted anew tiial...

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 July 1871

... VT r"-T 'i fl 9 I 4 -i THE HERALD. COLUMBIA, TESN.: RIO AY, JII-VU j.v JhIt S.1S71 Mail South arrives.! C1-mM. , io P:10 3:50 10:00 '2:10 Airotniiii''"n haves 7:00 f. M.l 6:00 J .,rfr,H,r.nf,a..on.pplv,o.ddrr, mves i A.TSU COUNTV, jIi:TFOROI.OiI'AI ...iThrrnKiinrlrr kikI Itr(iiB v J vr b.mm r j. if. TnrsMi'xeirl Remark? ?U2,2.1K Clear. 2S.20 Clear. ii.2VISi.25 Clear. i'.2! ?..2i Clear. .".22'J." Shower. ?.i.0V2v.O7 Lieut thnwrrs. .1129.1J -SJ.lli ICloulf.fhowrr.'. 1" 1! s.; ! til- Htl.U.lOVS ITKJIS. Kev. Wni. Stoddard, of Giles county, nil! preach in the Presbyterian Church, in this place, toMiight, to-morrow night. Sun. lav morning and Sunday night, the 1 nh. l.v.hand l'ith iusts. Tw saerauiont of the Iord's Supper m ill le administered at tho Presbyterian hutvli in this city, nest Sunday morn ir.g, after service". l'ov. James G. Yoorliies preaches next SunJav evening at halfpast .1 oYloek, nt t lie Soiuh Columbia Church. Preaching morning and niht at the Methodist Church, Colu...

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 July 1871

X Tlin Fenmlc Still rage parly in Cal ifornia i8 k i.l lo ItHvc hern cnumcra. t.l, Mfitcl iii.iiiln-rh forty of all sexes." ilrajUi iur lc mir.tfted by apstnu il qnalitirc, 1ml tin; nflV'rtious arc ?hIt t4 lie iir-l br those that arc rral. New Yik rlnims to consume an nually I ',7J,7 k I gallons f teer, a jircal Hrlioii of which is luuml'ac liiwl in riiila-Ii'iil;ia. .Tim newest charm is in t!te form of a coimwpt niA s'wuit the size of a ci.i. fKxchai'jtc. Ti.e ohlot charm i in tlie form of an nncommss, anil .-iboUT 1h($ Tit: of aRS( ut I'.oston A ciiiz'-u oj C'onii.M iirut, rceetitlv imro'liir. i :t i.u I -married man. nj;raHil:ii.M iiin, vv hi ml y, ami sahl "Ah, liir--r l.i-i hlf 1,1 County "iris ui.-ikr clt-vcr fin; I've hail three of cm , .z. v "Ah!" tuiiinl i h:icli'lor "this -uurl.l is 1 1 1 a r!. .on: v prison." "To those in Military c iilinenu-iit'iuliVtl a wilt ouiiir lailf. Of late )car", . j ti e Ilostou TraiiMiij-t, mauy wvnliliy timilles Ut e ailoi. il the custom of ta...

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 July 1871

- ..- f ' A 7 .? 3,- fcw, - f -J ( i ,7 1 1 THE FAVORITE. Mtcr'iif.itly thirty years of expe , i.'.u 2 in the manufacture ami sale oi stoves in the Southern States, Messrs. Trcrrara & Co., Lavo succeeded in procuring nn article which is gener ally conceded to be ipcnor to all .ilier wuich Is named '1 he Favorite c'S.'tf Stove, and which has now ulci in ue for something over ten 'nr There is probably no article r'iju-chold use abou. which there a(.P ontcrallr ho many complaints as Ihe kitchen "stove and which wncn out for,.risasgicat a nuisance down t,nr- 1 lie "real Rinaiiu uic f. ; ofl'ers over ait omer stoves is Uio uniform heat it produces and the .-....;!; tvltli which its various com- n ii truVnts ran be adjusted to any de- L.riniion of cooking. Messrs. lien nard & Co., being familiar with the Van's of the people in Tennessee and ..!,. middle ana bournem Mate !-..-,-. ..'lit ont the Favokite Cooking Stove, and the immense number they ,: ellin"- is the best of evidence t...

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 July 1871

1 ESS THE HERALD. fvitj Kriduy uioruiiuj at Tui t-k, toi.l.Ai;n 'vr one Insertion, LoO, tacit iiddiuouitl In- M-nion,7j cents. . . . . '. ro I, V M I'.t A, TKNX, I IUlAl, .11 M. VI, 171. . ?2uVLb.Ad rV",,g WJ1It,1M,,ll,;hU',71;edecouoiniuilly, a railway L, a haul 1 VSH fitnl .ill.-tjittl.. imv t lit- niter Hi. . ' tina luM-rtiou. " "?mm!rmmmmmmmm,mmmmmmmm The Mississippi Kadi, als are split - tinginto la.tiotis cm-the pvliev ot I'OV. AL'.UK.v. I ah Liv.t.-i.. bun of Ex l'le.-ident ..i . . die 1 ul t'Lhao uu ihr I "-1 1 hi-i . !' tlro--v of the chest. :AM. Taii-h in New Voik, mite ill, with Httlv liifs of iih1v rw.eHv. W hi iv a- .b.-v l.M. cd bet wee. I iwkv ml l'n.-: .... wv-r .- atn. - Tin O'fifel. 1 I'l'ii'- paper. - iin s the l:t e-l t in nluiu:i "t any 'aliinirit:: i-;i'-'i-il J' i- i wel! tc.'critvJ rll-cVS-. A leiril-K I hovit r. crnD. visited iTlie .lUtrstio!i von.es up therefore, with llhi-o. .-..- sK-;"w w tre ;' tVei-y new railway line aud fehould !.oed abu!: d i-carl e- ...

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 July 1871

3rW- - . - . -c jfc" X t .1 i'-ri THE HERALD. COl.CMlilA. TF.NX.: i mull, ji m hUllTdTbwiilnr B. It. Schedule. South CTif t Coluw'.i. -MornJ MO . v .,1, ! . .M.' o.aJ ".-.runni" "North -miuociatwu leave. - ' .W airi.tr at " J . M ! t:W , r ti''irnis',cu p;,.v to or address, .S. HINE. Agent. TOWN A " I COUNT V. Kr f' loetnctcr nl llirr . i il H imnn. It-iilcti r- of .?. II. I...... ! c'l etull nn Jilt . Ix-Ul-lk. . - '.l'(louar.sun. v " 2M7 Clear. -i c, ."' 1 Clear. . . -'. --r.'t ..". Sun. cl-adv .-.. , ". '.5 nli.-tble. . - . '-'-"" -'.Ol5 " fclo-i'i. : Cl-ar. - i- ..-! and rain Turr-day nigl; i i hsovvi. i vn i i.H-i i ;.!!- I.. Unfurl, the -,i:i.,r of the ' '." I'rr it cently. . !,m tusue A. t. i l b:" mi ni.r .ic.ing , paid Mir cUy a i- Liil.-jn has 'anted I his l'ainilv lu tlmcitv. tho it-t .it Jackson hiving ji-i- ;rJ. Mi. Shei'.on, s talented young lar yet, a-phe'v i t ituv. Campbell, and a giadu-g- ul lelanon Law Sx-bool, w.ts iu our c a few day- sties-, prospecting around p...

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 July 1871

:ouTi ' 1 ; An Array Opinion of General Jo. John "Ion's Ability. Alfred Townsend'e Letter. I asked this juestiouat Angll Is land of a body of regular officers. The answer delivered hy a cool old vo lenti was: "Joe Johnston. Joe cleaued his re treat up the peninsula before McClel- mu as smooth as a tnresmnsr floor. He didn't leave a meal of victuals or an old pair of hoes. He amused Hherman arouud Atlanta one hundred days with feints at mi oflen.sive move ment when he hardly poiiinauded an effective ioor-houfe. Jx Johnston was always a clear soldier of prescience and nice strategy and dexterity. After Atlanta, old (Seuatar VigfaIl came up to Joe Jonnston ana said : "Joe, I saw Brass down atSavaiinali, slid he says j-ou re a itemed fool." "Did Bragg that of meV" naid Johnston, iucreduIou!y. "Certainly. Several jieople hoard it That's what he said you were." "How could (General Bragg have rva- "Oh 1 he said it tok you one huu dred days to fall back on Atlanta, and lie could have done i...

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 July 1871

the favorite: T.TTTsT stotes. Cr rr After nearly thirty years of expe rience in the manufacture and Rale Move In the Southern states, jiessrs. -Treppard & Co., hare succeeded in rrocTuiug u article which is gener ally conceuea to utj rupei joi- 10 ait others, which is named Tiie Favorite Cooxixo Stove, ana wnicn xias now been In use for something over ten years. There is probably no article of Household use about which there me generally so many complaints as Iho kitchen "stove aud which when out f order is as great a nuisance down fairs as a piano out of tunc is up xlairs. The great advantage the Fa torite offers over all other Stoves is lhe small quantity of wood it burns, f, uniform hpat it nrodures and the rnA:it.r u-itH wMrh ii a Vftrinna r-m- parimruia cn ub bujumhi 1.0 an traenta can be adjusted to any do- Iption of cooking. Messrs trep- d k Co., being faanhar w ith the urn pan wants of the people in Tennessee aud other middle and Southern State brouarht out the Favoiutb ...

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 July 1871

. SEfti'. kA.t.-. 'f THE HERALD. TERMS The. 'Cn.rjr.ix Hfkiid'' is pul lifhcd every Friday morning at Tubes ILLia per annum, in advance. IUths or Abtkktisikg. One square (tn linos) for one insertion, fcl..V; each additional inser tion. 7-t cents. All Advert isinc will be ennidered O.sh and collectable auy time after tbe first insertion. coicjjvteia., XEisrrr. I KIIIVV, - - Jl l-Y8 lh71. Mi:s. liAi'!:v 1'mic, the California tnimleress, will l hung tie-day.' Thkkk is a (I'TH-iiso or .V.I in tin? I'opit Lir vrto of rtrttlirrfupl comity mih-p ITU. . NAiiimw nii;i r.iilru;ul is toLo dui'.t (linvt liMiti Cairo, 111., I St. Ixihk. t'T of ;il,-"iMi.oiNi inhabitant of limit I'.nl.iin. nlv nlmt :l,t aro "Wtn f "I real stat'. Till-: wuk n the North :uul SoiilTl Kailro'.l is tn iiii; nihcl forward with .ill HivsiHi" rspi.litv. nnl locomotive has Iw-cn jiI icvnI oiithP road from IVoa tur south. Tin: uutulicr of Assistant Assessors of lutern.il Im'w nup in this t?tate hs lio n mlu.v.1 from forly-...

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 July 1871

-Mrn -v - '--- : : : : T ' I ' I IE s t 1 s t i i i ) 1 THE HERALEL COLUMBIA, TESN.: . , . - -a- Morula r R. MehesiHle, iBK Jlononjr.Jnljr , 1071. iwminrnc res t Columbia, Morn 40 Vil SouM am 3:50 10:00 2:10 7:00 C:00 Mail North South'" (I. M ;a. m. ..rtlr " , ,-,oi:ln .rll r ,ul..ri,.ai.on l'?' U or address a. H1.L, Agent. Fr 1 I V A l COl'XTV. jllvrr.WllOMM.IOAI.. "rr -7 wVn.on. Ki.lea.rr- ? J. H. James, ,hc ",',,,"ir J,,,, -7' Ti,.sy..rTf . " BAR.-rTV. ' Remark. TJ tW is. -k. - , JN-irS.lrt Clear. - J : sfcu: (itoitMt 'V '' -V3 Isua.elouJ. T'i riS Clear. - s.) I! :tt.2o . Overcast, -,; - '! iV.17,!u.19 " -4 :i ' .l!.2s.U8 Shower. i Cloudy. II KM.L ISItl llttXt t. , ,. W. Milton Voorhies, Jr.. of Memphis, ,.. It.nrt Jenkins, of Mis., are in oar eom , ";,',,!'. and Capt. J-C. Woten. of Ala. ,-.u.t White Frierson, of the firm of v i. Frierson fc Co., who has been tin ,!' the paternal roof in this city lor sev ! Val weeks past, left agiiin for Dixie one u.irht Tlii w wk. l'r-'f. A. 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. — 28 July 1871

(Jet Out the Swamp Mnk. liathoring manure should be the work of every tlay hirinj tlw yer nototlicrwise jicrcmptorilyticciipictl. There Van tiot be too' liuich manure on hand. Where farms arc in pood coiidition and rarrytiig a fair allow ance of stock, this work iu waller of roiiUnc. and is con slant! y in op eration. Hut where the farm is oor, has bceu run down, and is mow iar I-roccss of recuperation, it is a matter of anxiety and Hlmr to make the uto-t of all sources of fertilmnir matter. Where u deposit of mink is at hand, the matter is bint pli tied. To poor farm, ii j like a liank do pohit id a poor man. II is drafts arf there ir-stsntlv- honored. Almost aer tay f tiic jear one may lig muck, and a sjwtliy pile may always be in course ot proparatiou . for. hi onipost-lioar-. I iio Mal'les bl.ouiu le spread u, ii h it sis inciiti leep; only, however.'weil en red, ind dry, and pulverized. The row-sheds should he abundantly supplied with it, and the row should be kept up at leat d...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 4 August 1871

V, :1 1 4 l (39 H THE FAVORITE- KI-OTFS. ' ti r ... arly thirty years of expe , in the manufacture ami sale or .-Jove i the Southern Slates, Messrs. Tirppartt .S tJO., jute t 'v".""-" procuring an article v. hu h is gener ally coupled to be superior to all ..tilers, which is named The Favokite -.n-ri(; Stovk, and winch lias now bcc-i in use for something over ten v.-ir There is probably no article ,f IMi-ehold u-e about which there :i, e " iirialij niaay complaints as i he kitchen frlovc and which whes out ni unh r is a great a nuisance tlown -i-iir n :t piano out of tunc is up -nir. The great advantage UicJa vvKii't oilers over all oilier Stoves is .1... '-mall maiititv of wood it hums, !' uniform heat it produces and the c'..-i!iiv with which it various com- r-" tnicnls can be adjusted to any ue , ,ii..n of cooking. ' Messrs. Trcp- i, ir.l & Co bcing fuiuLar v. ith the ,v)nu of the people in Tennessee and ..ihtv middle and Southern Sta.c brought out the Favokite Cookixo mvr. 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. — 4 August 1871

THE I-IEHALI). , TERMS -The "Cou-mku IUkiu." i ,.ub lishedevery Friday ninrning at Thkkk IHu.i.aks Ktssk AtvrnTii;. OnCMiuarc (n lines! for one insertion, H.iU: each additional inscr- All Advertising will be considered C'sn and collectable any time after the first insert Ion. . COLUMBIA, TENN. I'RIOIV; AVii. 1, I.? I. Marshal Ba.aink is in Loudon, d'Hibtless to see bis Eniperor. I'tAU- arc ciiUrtaincd of a war 1'ilnwn Italy ami France. The Marshall County Agricultural Stfitty intern to make the fair this fall the In st vtr had there. Jamk- JIiK, Iv'p, an old and high ly rccvfik ;tum of Mciu)'lii.-, if lead. Tj:k census ot Marshall county shows :j,c4ii white, and 61 colored voters. Nunj'oers of cow s are dying in Mem I'liis and vicinity. The disease ii re juried to lie (-pleading rviiidly. Mk". Knox IVcvis, of Mar.siiail eotin ty. has rai-cd a le-t weighing six and half pounds, and measuring inches. IT is thought that the disease amongst Use milch cows in Knox county, is nothing more...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 4 August 1871

THE HERALD. BinAY. AHilCT 1. TOWN JLTiO COUSTV. MKTl.OKOMMiH-.!-. . 7 inloii. K-llrtrr of J. II. mark.-. n'.i'.t jy.a) riou-u. clear' d iN.In .! Variable. '.'.Zl .'S Sun. eluuds. I'.'.Ji SUn Cloud:-. leart J :t.i: .l Clear. 2.re 2Un Clear. I sa j NS SJ Ht. I 71, S as.!: ;"....' Clear. Clear. Ad rrt liseitM-B Isu liit Spring Ilill Female Acadcmr will cpeu t- eession on next Mondav. The rrinei i J H M C Klur, is well known ia this cmn- r. 'inp-tf the best mathematician in the state. Many years ao be was a professor in he Jackson College, of this city, aud since that rime h liastaiiphtancbool at Spring Hill. .:inraitcrV Cabler insert tbeir card in (o .: V paper. Mr John Lancaster is well known in tbecciiimnnity as a most excellent nian, and i i-killliil and exjierienced architect and carpen r. as a (treat many of the house erected on he improved modern plan, will blow. Mr CabWr is an ejpcriencedMillwnirht. and well , .piaiiiled with all the wonderful and valuable improvement Inch nunle...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 4 August 1871

ssisrt.M.ivrnrs. .in '? v . i ? 'I lie manufactories ut lltUlrtirg ami Allegheny city arc said lo em ploy M5,1m5 iiaiul, w ho arc puiil au- Mobile, Alabama, has IoiiimI a new I malenal for slraot paving, in cvprcss shavings. It j said this road-bed will ictuaiu lirui at.tl solid from mint to ten years. Mr. -Yallaiidiiihatu's intimate icr poual and 1 ! i t i :t I friends are to meet in I ayt'ii. f h;o, about the 1st f Aupisl, to take measures to raise lunds for a monument to liU mom ry. Tin; editor of the Ioudoii ffpecta-t-.r declares thai no toil fatigues like reading iuaiuierit. IJ ast mi'ieoud i is :iid to be the lilsulO.Uiltit ilrm-iry 8l!onr k p:j. i tive:tt Aitij i!-i. lVru. I A storm in Tevis tr.itled 7J0 mile.? in two hours. Tl-is heals Wes ton's time by unw.ii'-.is of ciMisjil. Ta ble. ;md lie s'-itisM liHud over the Sr-li, It is said (hat ground acoins and horse cIifFfiiuts cuter into toe com position of a large portion ot the c!icajm i -i-aroni and vcruiicelli nnn-tifi.-'....

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