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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 9 February 1872

1st At'ttT CO. DIBECTOnV BERKSHIRE SWINE. I LEItBETTER. Bidder ud I an. lwrterof Pure lerkthir lion: new Co QnitjiA. lenn. - ri II EHBT JOHE9 ta Berk-sh r IMga for Mia at iooj eacn. nu I'leaeaL.Xeaa. II. IXTF.S, Brrfdrr awil Impwlrr oi rure ruoocoea ierunires, (Joinmeia. DURHAM CATTLE. G I O. W. POLii, Breeder eT Thesmag-h urea uurnain uutie, l&lauibia, lean. -NASHVILLE DIRECTORY. CENTS'. FURNISHIMQ COODS. PI I A Wll ITESIBE, Dealers la Ceasa t urmsmng tioods, and Hats ana laps; The Home-made ahirt. Tba Spiral Seam lr.wer. Kbirts made to order. 41 Cherry street, ashvule. - t BOOKS AND STATIONERY' j PA CI. TATM, Baafcnrl I era, Sta tioners. Printers, and Bookbinders. AO. Cnion street, Kaehville, Tana. WATCHES AMP JEWELRY. 11 I. DlTIca a . Watches. Jewelry, and MiveTWare. corner olYhureb and ""'Vn l- Ii WKJUriM. Prueflcal Watchmaker I In' Jeweier. So. i Korth Vherry street. xtTilIe. Tn- Good. ntC.O. D. for arnln.tion. also ie- foT received and returned by Express. nmj. VkAlv ll HO...

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. — 9 February 1872

TTTT7 XJT71? A T TVL THE HERALD. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 187. Gold touched 110 ia New York yesterday, but declined to 109. Cotton has advanced in New York to 23c for middling. The North and South road will he finished by the first of August Tm State militia of Florida is com posed of 13,297 white men Mid 12,006 manumitted breed. The State of Kentucky has passed a bill allowing negroes to testify in the courts. The strong minded women at "Washington are coalescing with the liberal Republicans. Den IIutlek has auuounccJ that he will be a candidate for Governor at the next election. Unhappy Mas sachusetts I A talking machine has been in vented by a Cincinnati man. The inventor ought to run it against Guant for President, The Methodist Episcopal Church is debating the feasibility of founding a University at Memphis, with an endowment of a half million of dol lars. The bones of a huge giant were recently discovered in a cave near Manchester, in this Slate. Dr. Seviki:, State Senator from the fi...

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. — 9 February 1872

THE HERALD. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IST. 'aaaeeatefaa; Waaareawj. Jfav Mail South arrives et CWambia, Morn Mall North " " ntPaafrertbr ?... Morning " North (A.M., 8 .fit KX) :40 Accommodation leevee arriveeat - fP. MM T:JO 640 For further information apply to or addreea, 8. UINE.Ajreat. BELieiODS IKTELUGEXCE. i Rev. Mr. rrice. Agent for the Manry County Auxiliary Bible Society, will form a branch society at 8pring Hil!on next saDDaio. rEBSOHAI. IBTTELLIOEBCB. Vim. Wood has been nick for lereral weeks, but is now convalescent. Mr. James Wortham, of ML Pleasant, having beard tbat we were s smoker. recently went to the hills, dag up a big irev root, and made u a very band Home pipe, for which we return many thanks. It reminds ns of the war and the mountains of Northwestern lr ginia. Wix.1t v.inM iKt n w. Keav. Secre- in r ka v n. R R. .honored oar town with a visit: in the first part of last week, the aoeomplisnea iim et Agent of the same road; and in the latter rart or last weeK, r. -ooninl ...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 9 February 1872

COXMJIJIAUTIES. Thoa giv'st me bat thy ehsek-a year arc . fhy glowing lip ru rrewfo to mine: in vam seek the fa 1 lness of thy lore again 1 Ko nman I uk that I may know Why celdly thus thou meet'st my kiss; I go from toy dear aide, and leave thee free to blcai One wbo may surer win thy fair caress. I will not wait to check the richer flow Thon eould'st not lavish on my bar-fry heart, Jy'nr will 1 Rtay the jeal us watch to keep My love would prompt, if lingering where - thn art G ire now thy best to one who darei to reap Such golden fields forever more 1 part My life from thine, tht I, alone, may weep ! Mock turtle Kissing before compa y, and fighting after; t Is. The custom of throwing a slipper after the bride is supposed to have been the origin of shoo-fly. A woman of twenty is said to be as mature in her ideas and manners as a man of twenty-five or thirty. A twenty thousand doLar residence was Senator Chasdler'B wedding gift to his daughter, lately married to Rep resentative Hale...

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. — 16 February 1872

kJL BY CO. DIBECTOBY. - , ' . ''' ' ' - ' .' V " . BERKSMiat iwini. jTA jf'TT "TP "IT "TV : AT" TT?)v TT;i,,3Alv -a ' "Ti0'1"7 H m I Vv ! A "TT n "v - hvrJf-""'""" ( (f ) Vil'i 7: -C- -iSuX' '.V-"- -tt ' - A J nmrm l 7l 1 T V TV ,i,iFAV'j ' v It1 rA i jj. ofPureBlooeded Berkshires. Columbia. ', . . t -- t.i...,; fclot ..;;! 7,0. ,. , ... . - , - t . .- - . - - DURHAM CATTLE. , ' ' ' " ! . , , , . 1 :a I - ; .-, t I; ' . - V: ' ;"''.'' s - 1 -' u ", mii : " ' ' GKO- W. POLK, Under etrTkereaga bred Durham Cattle, Colambie, Tena. NASHVILLE DIRECTORY. CENT8' FURNISHINO COOOS. TII WHITESIDE. Kelr la Seats' 2? Fnrmilinf Goods, and Hats' and Caps; The Home-made ihirt. The Spiral Seem lrwer. tshirts made to order, el Cherry street, Nashville. BOOKS AMD STATIONERY. TjAl'l- TATEL, Baakeellera, Utm- X tionen, Printers, and Bookbinder, w Union street, ashvilie. Tenn. . WATCHES AMD JEWELRY. FL. DATIE8 BBOM Peal ere fa , Watchei . Jewelry, and iWerware. corner of Church and Hammer itreeU. MaihrUl...

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. — 16 February 1872

THE HERALD. F(tlAY, FEIfc !. 1S7. Duke Alexis will visit Cuba be fore bo returns to his home. 'j The "Logan" Ilcral J rend the New York Exprcps "on yesterday." 1 Stkicklku Cooper, son of Hon, Henuv Cooper died last week. There were ninety-fine tippling houses in operation in "NVilliamfeon county last year. LoiisviLLE, Kcitu ky, is to have au Industrial Kxpoiitiou at an esti mated cost of $110,000. Ai:f -hihmioi Si'almx:, Catholic, of lialtimorc, is dead. The funeral ceremonies were impressive and grand. 'Maiou Thomas K lit by, of Chatta nooga, recently pasecd through Nash ville, from tho North, with new priutiujj material. ; A lav; of eleven burglars, the uld'Jbt only IS, has just been broken up in Detroit by the arrest of ix or tcvcii cf the band. It is proposed to change the name of Tammany, whereupon a New York contemporary remarks that ii ia usual for thieves to have an alias. " The Koman Catholic clerjry in Loudon have auuounccd that they will not attend any fuucraU of pcr tons...

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. — 16 February 1872

FRIDAY, FKB. , 1879. wjaabwflle K. at. tetalal. -naaBCla' JIaly, I'ebraary 12, S7. Mail South arrives t Colombia, Morn 1 1 :S5 Mail North I P. M.J 2.-00 KiKhtPaMesgerraoutlil" P. 11.1 :40 Morning - North - A. M. 1:07 Accommodation leaves " 7;2ij M arrires at f r. M.l 6:00 For luniier inlormation apply to or address. . ILLMi.AfreQt. ETEOKOtiOfllCAL. Rang r ThrriMmatrr and Barome ter, at Wlntan. Kettle) f J. II. JanM,rwlhewetk riMtlns; Feb. IS. Therxomctkb. M Baboxkteb. t a " Bomarks. I S S5t 61 32 61 52 54 ao nftl r If w 2.2V29.L" Overcast.. 2.MJ 2.r Cloud and Sun. 2S.W1 2.97 Fair. 24.U0 28.8 Rain. 28.W 28.8S r'air. SM.80! 89.10 Clear. W.04:2a.05 Clear. 29.081 Cle.tr. 11 J l: 5t S 8 H 20 '40 28 15 17 1 TO THE PEOPIE. From this day forward we will fur nish the Herald at the rate of 12 50, In advance, and 3 00, if not paid for j in advance, per nnum. This is still above the price of many country pa pers, but we furnish from fifty to two hundred per cent, more reading mat ter, weekly, t...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 16 February 1872

V. . shades of one color are sometimes used in one costume. A new feature in arranging tunics is tying them at the back, with bows placed down the middle. A toilette to be successful must possess an individuality in harmony with that of the wearer. The favorite colors for ties are the faintest shades of blue, the palest green and rose, and the salmon color. Lace colors are of every conceivable style and shape, and pointed ; or long and narrow, or large and round. Plain collars and cuffs of very fine linen, the latter attached to an under sleeve, remain in favor on the streets. Among the trimming laces the most popular are the round point and the applique. alenciennes and man tilly. . . Handsome silk, of some ' bright color, finished with white lace, makes a pretty tie to be worn with a black silk dress. Human hair stands or hangs third in value on the list of articles imported into this country. In Manilla 23,000 women and girls make cigars at average wages of seven cents per day. 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. — 23 February 1872

UBY CO. BIRECTOIIY. BERKSHIRE SWINE. V P. LEBBETVEB, Breeder U I aa- porter of l"nre tTkrucLT Hoej ; Dni C e lambia, lenn. H ESBT JOXEJi kas Berksfclre Pigs lor n u ciuim eacn, ml rieast.t,Xea. H. ESTES. BrM4cr ml Isnrr J. ol rare Blooeded JJerbhire. Colombia. DURHAM CATTLE. GEO. W. FOLK, Breeder r TkWHfk bred Darhant Cattle. Colombia, Ton. NASHVILLE DIRECTORY. CENTS' FURNISHING COOOS. RU WHITESIDE, BMlm la Vntf Forniahins- Goods, ud Hats ud Cap; im uoiDcmMt sbirt. iae Spiral iMam lrawer. Shirts Bad to order. . Cherry ureei, jasnviii. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. TJ&CL TAVEL. Bfcalln.Sa' 1 uoners. Printers, and Boos.binders.ao.es cmon street, Aaanvuie, ! WATCHES AND JEWELRY. FL. DAYIEM BIO, Pea Its la . , Watcbea. Jewelry, and Mivrware. MriK of Charch and Bammer atrU, liashrUl. Xena. Robbbt Sbbbooo. Seleesaan. L. ad J.".. Jfo. 3S Korth ChsjTystreot Nashville. Xesa. Goods seat C.O. D. for es aminaUuD. alo watches, ate. for repairs received and retaraed by Express. HOTELS. BATTLE HOTOC O...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 23 February 1872

THE HERALD. jri-Mray 91ralagr, Feb., Pi liskj is to have a line new bo ld. Col. A. Cos propose to invest $10,000 in Uie enterprise. - fcmall-pox and typhoid fevr elill agc in Chicago. The mortality wm greater last week than any since 18C6. The Libera Republicans will hold ft Convention at Cincinnati on the rOlhofJune. The public ars anxiously wailing to see if CJkaxt will pardon W. V. Stokes, like he did C. C. L'um ex, the bigamist. A man in Robertson count y,Tesae, has forty-one living children. Sixteen of them served in the sune company in a Confederate regiment during the war. lie is now livibR with his eighth wife, and is sixty-five years old. 'J'jlE life Of IJCT. SllABT IiOJUNfeOX, an eminent IYebyteriiOi preacher ol Jiuisville, who was recently danger ously sick, is siJ UiLave been stved by the tram fusion of the blood of a well person into his veil's. ' During 1870 there were M business failures in the state Tennessee, and the liabilities amounted to S21,0(Xi Lut ear the fail...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 23 February 1872

4 1 ii- i - I r. ' -i - - av1 . miii 11 - r i m. m x j v r ew a. j jl a t AXre. K-i .-. A YEAR. IAII IX ADT R.-t oo if SOT I ABVAft r- - vnt.hiflf A. I"nr R. K. Nrhfteulr. 4 omairHcUf Mom ay, x-eTrua- A2. ' H'ail S-ii!li arrives t Columbia, Mon-. ll:"o Mail North " 44 " ll'-M J 2:J0 "Nitl.t ruscnir.'S.ufli II 4, . u:0 A. Jt.J . 27 , --coum.odalion leaves arrives at " II . M.I 6:t P. M l ti.m t or further information gpi.hr t or uMrcfis, METEttROLOttlt'AI., Uhu: ;sf Th-riiMmrtr .! Itai i-r. at Wfsiln, KnMnirt t" J.- M. Jinn,lr Ihrwfrk radios t'e. 22. TllMNOMKTCK. ji BAB0JET!B , 91 1 en"1 V. 47 z tt : :m ; ; 2S tWj 50 2 itij 42 llataarks. ' , , S).(ja.m cir. -M.W'JH.'S Shower. ( 2S.H5 Cloudy. 29.01 2.fl Fair. ! W.lO-iH.IO Clear. S!U2 :?'.U Fair. I 17 1"': SV.UJ,UU,Oicicat.. U Zff.O) v. iu- i - r icnos al unn&MKxrK. q f Weare glad lo learn that Key. It. t. irvitm ..f thin county. who ba v.r .t.-l la iwnverirur; i r.T CT 1 C'liarloy Brando:, " of Iho tanrhull Uazcttc, aud MarrtiH Vi...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 23 February 1872

1 i..y-p-'--"- - ' - . ... iiH , ... IGBICl'LTUKlLj Horaoo Crowley Asewltnral Sax- The venerable philosopher of the Tribune is not much of a farmer, but is a clear-headed and far-seeing common sense thinker, as the fol lowing maxims from one of his ad dresses show: 1. Only good farming pays. He who sows or plants, without reason able assurance of good crops annual ly, might better earn wage of eome capable neighbor than work for so poor a paymaster as he is certain to prove himself. 2. The good farmer is proved by the steady appreciation of his crops. Any one may reap an ample harvest from a fertile virgin soil; the good farmer alone grows good crops at first, and better ever and afterward. 3. It is far easier to maintain tho productive capacity of a farm than to restore it To exhaust its fecun dity, and then attempt its restora tion by buying costly commercial fertilizers, is wasteful irrational. 4. The good farmer sells mainly such products as are least exhaus tive. Necessity may ...

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. — 1 March 1872

MCKYCWg ''" -- ---- 1 Jiu i,L; I ZiiZiLJ&Ll take ai'ofttyriXkm ttmsnmAj&irm, SPECIAIXQTICES. I oueap AX0THER p f. uDinrn, -renter " XJl H ,' - ! ":'7. ; 7 ( v A r - c . J 1 ,vj)r lA i , r Y L- H. ESTES. lrtf as laattMf . 'J.. ' .',.,.-' ' : rtt"0 ' , - . . , ,.- - ! ,.-( . -, ', u f.. , . ofParoBlooodod Berkshire., ColabU. - . . . ,. " ' - ' : ; : i .... - :r...; ''' ! : . DURHAM CATTLE.' '" ' ' ''" ' i I ' "' " '' ' f-'- - - ': ' " - " - ' i'- - ' " p CO. W. POLK, IwHw rikiatk- vi w,u, MiiaBu, lean. NASHVILLE DIRECTORY. CENTS' FURNI3HWO COOOS. " l nrnisbiag Goods, and Hals m! Cap ; me uume-maae aiuru lb Boirl 8ub BOOKS AND STATIONERY. nCL TAVEL. BMfcMlloM. 1 tionen. Printer. n4 Bookbiadm.Ktt.4S culpa Lreey, nuwui. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. P T.. OAVIES BRA., wJiii , M atches, Jewelry, and silrarwara, eoraar I oi cuurch and Mummer atreeta. xiajnnue. ienn. Kobeit Saicaoo, baletnao. E. WIUVEU. rrat-tlcaJ Wa-tatfci . and Jeweter. No.3X Korta Cberry.etraat. abille, lean. Good aeat CO...

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. — 1 March 1872

T H E HERAiLD. Friday nratas Marcls 1 179. A alleged H Box ArAKTiST conspir acy is agitating Fraice. . "r -'?',... The .illustrious Jso. IVY Foiurzy, It is understood, will bo made : Vost master iu Ibo lace oICrebwell, i-.n-i i- The Dover llecord ltai hoisted 1 lie uamc oi G cncral W. A. Qv Aiai.b for the next Governor. ; t ..: .: . The "Logan Herald? edited by the "Critic of Tenncewf," says' "Nephew of Lis Uncle." "-i The iAbor.Cuioii Convention has uouaiuatcd Judge Divii Davis asa candidate for tho Presidency. As accident occurred on the Loui. ville and Cincinnati Short Line Uail road on the 23rd. Two ' person were killed and fifty-three wounded. The trial of Stokes for the murder of Fisk, lias not yet . been roache d. The New Yorkers ate trying the jurj of iuquest that declared bun guilty. , IIukace II. Hakuisox, Chairman, ' has called a tcccting of 1 the , Stale , Republican committee, to occur' on the Gib of this monlb at Nashville, (o atteud to the interests of the party, The ...

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. — 1 March 1872

TOW.ANBtOtJN OTJR TERMS. 82.SO A YEAR. PAI I!fjAbVA&l 1 M ir SOT IS.l4li Friday 91 raiagr larch 1, nnaeaciaa; Mn4j , February 13, 187S. Mail South arrives at Colombia, Morn k I morn IP. M. 11:55 '2:00 9A Mail oitu -Kight PgenperSouUi I Horning " pfortli Accommodation leavea 3:07 7:20 For further inTormahon amily id or 'MdrcasJ 8.H iLNE,Ajrent. METEOKOLOSICAL. KitMare of ThrrmomHrr mtd Bitromr- James, far lhfek esHtiaar Js. 29. TneRMoiEE.r Baeomete. a. I - 3 52! : wi - Remarks. ff I 1 .14 22- 2: 2Si 28.W Clear. 28.84. Showers. KU Clear. Z'.aO-at.lS Fair. W.6. Uiear, 2.0i 25.05 Shocrs. ,2.H0I , iO'loudy. 2; 27 4H.6S 2S! 40 142 if 35 EEMUIOIS ISTIXMOEXC'E. J. M.f3. Otts. after an sbBeada of several week, preached in tbePibH terian cburcb on last Haouaiu. Kev, George Beekett preachetLjn St. John's Church on last Sunday fevmiing. lion. Ja.nes II. Thomas read tbs e ing service in SU Peter's Cbtircb.' Jtev. A. W. Sruilfenreached a eeruion last Sunday, la taailetbdist Cbu'cb, on the lin...

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. — 1 March 1872

A dreary place would be this earth Were there no little people In it ; The rone of life would loae its mirth, r . , . Were there no children to begin It. , . j J " Xo little forms like coda te grow, ' - And make the admiring bean surrender; No little bands on breast and brow To keep the thrilling love-chorda tender. The sterner soul would grow more stern, Infeeliiig nature more Inhuman, And man to stoic coldness turn. And woman would be less than woman. Life's song. Indeed, would lose Its charm, Were the re no babies to begin It ; A duleiul place this world would be. Were there no llUle people In it John U. Whit-tick. A little boy defines snoring as "let ting oil' sleep." A pood little Ohio boy husked enough com last fall to buy his mother a piano. Do they miss me at home do they miss me?" as the boy said when he ran oft and went to the show. "Why." asked a eovernesB of herlit- tle charg, "do we pray to God to give us our daily bread? Why don't we ask for four days, or fire days,cr ...

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. — 8 March 1872

HAUL! ! t OUfTI ,DiRtT03tT - 17. ." ! BERKSHIBE8WINI. IV. porter of fur Berkihir Hod : Httl lumbla, Tenn. - Ca- HEX MY JWS.ES ka BcrlMklr P for sale at ilOft eaoh. Mu Pleaai.t,Tea llaw . ofPafeMooedad Berkshire. Celambia. DURHAM CATTLE. Geo. W. POLK, Ki-eoder rTkua(h tired Lurhaui Cattle, Columbia. Teaa. . NASHVILLE DIRECTORY. CENTS' FURNISHING COODS. pl.liWHITMIBK, DMdtn ta Caatar taraianiac Ueods. mad liats aad Cava; The lloinenjade ahirt. Taw bpiral Beam lrwer. rh.rta Bade to order. 41 Cherry uvcv, nauvuio. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Ml. TAVBL, atoefearllen, Utm. lionera. Printer, .n.l Rmtlthimliira. Ha. 48 LTjiou atreet. h anh villa. Team. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. V DA VI EM St BKO ItoaJera . Watches. Jewelry, aad rtilverwere. earaar of Charrb and Bummer street. AasaTUle. lana. Kijbkbt Sbuuoo. balesmaB. a E. WltuaESU., Pravtlrtal Wasehaaaatev ..i J.ir. Ni.3U .North Cherry atreet. Kaahrille. Tenn. UolaaeBtC.O. 1. for a amiaatioa, aiao watches. received and retoraed by Express. HOTELS. BAT...

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. — 8 March 1872

THE HERALD. Tixas aupporU one hundred and tea newspapers, and is being settled up more rapidly than any other State in the Union. ' Vhc majority and minority reports of the Congressional Kn-Klui Com mittee agree in one thing that the carpet-baggers have most disgrace fully managed the Southern' Slate?, and the troubles and impoverishment of the people are mainly owing to the ignorance, criminality and utter recklessness of the Slate Govern ments. Thk chairman of the national Jte publican committee, appointed at the Chicago convention, in 1808, has is sued the address to the Republican party, calling a convention, to meet in Philadelphia on the 6th of June, to nominate a candidate for Presi dent "When the committee make the sweeping assertion "that the prom ises of the Republican parly, made in 1808, hve been fulfilled," they tertaiuly assume that human minds is very treacherous, and that they have forgotten all the political events of the present admioistratiou. The laws hare not be...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 8 March 1872

TOWN AND COUNTY; OPll TEBH8' ' l ' 1H UT IT U ABVAMCaV-,-w Friday wf.rmlmar, March 1879. KukTllI Irar m. t.fcMrl. aacl( aeaHtay, rekrmarr IX, mi. . Vail Soatk arrives at Colembia, Mom ,3 13 Mail North - - fP.M.T J.-00 NiirhtPeaBei8ooOj IP.M.l 9M Morning Sorthl " (A.. 11.1 J7 Accommodation leaven " , 7:20 " arrivegat fP. M-T'fcOO For further information apply to or address, i . I S.MIKE.Ajrent. ETEOmOLOdlCAU Kaare ef TkmMMlr m4 BtrtM- lr. at Win. BwhlfH fi.H. Jww.kt the week exaalsur Xar. 7. THIRMOMTtE- Q Baxomitek. 4 h iM 34 29:48 36 SO !. ;5 36 i Remark. f t 24 42 44 4 40 t t.go;.e5 ciondy. 2. 11 It9.n5 Clouds Snow. 2.102U0 Clear. 2a.us.2y.10. Showers. t9.e5l29.12 Overcast. 29.221 29.10 Variable. Sw.2H.3M0 Fair- - 3Jal iCIeer. Ji 1 & Atteatlea af e Lasllea. We hare on hand elerge lot of visit leg carde. . We can furnish fnll padrt, neatly Incased in handiiomecases, with any name printed on the-ibr fl.25. Send In your order. -rs' " TO TBI 1EFL1J. - From tlils day forward we will...

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. — 8 March 1872

U' kS U U LJiUiL f Laps oj lime old eoat-tails. tYhat cornea after cheese? Mice. ' Cash advances attentions to a rich vridow; . The tobacco chewer's music spit tune. Fee simple Money given to a quack doctor. . . . The drunkard's week is made up of Thirstdays. Congressmen like corns are often pared off. Every young doctor will get on if he only has patients. The breaking of Im11i winga of an army is a pretty sure way to make it fly. i . . Why is a pig like a miser? Because he i u good until he is dead. Alxx-tor's motto is supposed to be "l'alienu auu long sunermg." The most warlike nation of modern times is vaccination, because it is al ways iu arms. What is the funniest burglary on record ? When the man "bursts into a laugh.',' You should always keep your horse rat, ana never allow any lien on mm. Next to busy bees, boot-blacks fur nish the briglitest example of improv ing the "shining hour.' A lady advertises herself as a teacher Tor ' ersoiis 01 newly-acquireu weaim and ueftcieiit...

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