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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 15 March 1872

MACKT COUTT BiRECtOBt , . BERKSHIRE73WINE i- -- 1 T . B P. MGIBETTEK, Breeuer It. Mrter of Pare Berluhiiw Hear; nt'lM. It. porter of 1'ure BcxluiJui' Uogii Iambi. Tenn. near Uo- IV jeJTES has Berkaklre gale 1 1100 J each. Jit. Pleasai.t. j Pin AX ie II. ESTEM. BrMlrradIinprtrr j, oi rare iuoeu.oo. .uerasjuras, Voluntas, DURHAM CATTLE. 1 F.O. W. POLK, Breeder rTberet'fc. vrvu vum t,uu( iwiamota. Tea i NASHVILLE DIRECTORY. CENTS' FURH1SHIWC COODS. pMWHITtNIDG,llrnlaflnti " Furnishinr tioods, and Hats and Caps; uw uviuo mg .uirt. - a no oprrar Beam -bnwerr-fehtrts made U order. - 41 Cherry street. Kabhville. . ... , .. , , j BOOKS AND STATIONERY. I .a- Tli-rt s , aim. 1 doners. Printers, and Bookbinders, So 8 taivu sireei, jtasnville, lena. I WATCHES AND JEWELRY. P I' D.4TICS A BBO.. Busier 1 , Watches, Jewelry, and Silverware, corner of Church and Bummer streets, .Nashville, lean. Uubbst SbkkooO, salesman. . I RWItrSCM, rraeflcsd Watchmaker and Jeweier, No. 3 North Cherry street, Nash...

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. — 15 March 1872

THE HERALD. TKRMS-Tbe "Colcmbia Hexald" ii pub lished wjMit morning at Two Dol l4as aad a Half per unia, in advance. Katn of Advertviis One square (one inch.) far one insertion, II J50; each additional inser tion. 75 cents. atat A II advertising will be considered Ve end collectable any Una after the Ant inser tion. ja Marriages aad deaths inserted free. Ac companying notices will be charged half rate. Frltey Wrlat,Mavrcxi M,7S. The Rer. W. M. Thomas, who now geta a salary of ten thousand dollars, was formerly a table-waiter in Cleve land, Ohio. Bet. E. A. Young, D. D., of Nash ville, and several rears ago, stationed at this place, eueeds Key. Dr. IIus T09 as pastor of Trinity Church, Baltimore. Tm New York Herald is in favor of the annexation of Mexico to the United States, on the grounds that there will never be any permanent peace there without it It Is reported that the Ex-rriuce Imperial of France will visit this country next summer. lie is now sixteen years of age; and speaks ...

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. — 15 March 1872

TOWN AND COUNTY. OUH TERMS. -5 A T1A1, 1AII DT ABYAKtE. . IF SOTU ADVA9CK. Fs-Iolsay Wen-mlmar, Harck 1579. 187. Mall South arrive at Columbia, Mom! llss MailNortli (. M.f Night PaaBCBrrSonth I Morning (North Accommodation loaves . -. P.M. 940 tA.M.j For farther information so or address. Agont. ETEKOL4M2ICAI ne. M wiaiM. . . . Timom. Baboxxtr. ? i 4 a. Bemarlu. 1 29.3029.M!Pair. 28.96 28.74 28.80 28.78 ThnadoTOst. Clear. Variable. Rata and Snow. Clear. Overeact. 28.80 18 ii 28.98! 29.22 198 89.28 29.25127.18l 131 42 111 S9JI1 Cloudy. Attention r the LcUa. We have on hands large lot of visit ing cards. We can furnish roll packs, neatly incased in handsome cases, with any name printed on them for 1 1.25. bend in your orders. rcBMXAL iHTEixieu CE. Charley Williams, of this county, is traveling lor the great hat house of Charles Henderson & Bon, Philadelphia. Dr. Patterson, the Senator from Mar shall and Giles Counties, was in town Monday. Clint A. Armstrong, a prominent law yer of...

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. — 15 March 1872

Crazy Balers. j ( r;r? .- . .. ' :n , t Dr. Beard compiles the following re cord of insane rukrs: Much of the tyranny and despotism of the world have been the result of cerebral disease, and if justice had been done, not a few of the rulers of history would liave 'been confined in asylums for the insane. There were no asylums then, insanity was not tm- ' derstood. Caligula, the beastly Roman emperor, was certainly a luna- , tic. Ilia accession to the throne was greeted with joy by the Roman people, and he afterward became so popular, by tho generous and conciliatory acts of his reign, that, when he was attack - ' ed with sickness, sacrifices were offered ia the temples for his recovery. Ilis brain undoubtedly became diseased during his sickness why not call it by its right name, "dissipation?", for from that time he became a changed man. The remaining four years of his reign were disgraced by some of the most unnatural and capricious tyranny recorded in history. Caused- by drunkenne...

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. — 22 March 1872

-T 4. 3lAUtIr tttmT iD tt BERKSHIRE SWINE. j.:- Wf . CKEEX Uw, BrrMff f hi 1 Tnoorontuorea - BetiBhjra Swine, ixmiT rKK. Brrnltr Mi Ira. porter or rura feerksJure liugs near Co- er ot J Tenn TIt.MX has Rrkltr. I1r lor nitniiuivicua, Alt. rieaaaitvleaa I KKTES, Hrr4-4ranIImp.,rUr aj uuwnea ierasuire, Columbia. DURHAM CATTLE. " p CO.' W. POLK, BiWderWTMrs&Kli irea vuiaaui-CaUle, Columbia, Tcao na i i NASHVILLE DIRECTORY. CENTS' FURNISHING COODS. VI I V WIIITKKIDE, IX-alev- Im " rurnisbine; lool. ani Hats sad .aps lb llomo-vaiade shirt. In fcuiral beam Drawer. fcUirU utiulu .to order. 4i Cherry street, Aahville. . . , BOOKS AND STATIONERY. DUX A TAVLL, BooUxcllrr, Sta JL ' tioner. Printers, and Bookbinder. Jo. S union street, aasbvilte, 'lenn. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. FL DAVIE IIKO.. Waaler 1 . - Watches. Jewelry, and Mlrerware, corner ofl'Lurcu aud Kumiuer streets.' ftauivihe. 'lenn. Kobkkt Smtauou, bales inan. -r t II WIEB, rratlc-alWatraiBaaer J. and Jeweier, No. 3!4 North Cherry st...

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. — 22 March 1872

THE HERALD TERMS The "Coluwiiu Hhial" it pub Uhd overy Friday morning at Two 1kl LAMandaHaLr par annum, in advance. &am Adv0rtuirOat square (on iaeh.) for OB iaaartioa. f I .60; each additional iaser fj on, 75 cents. aar All advertising will b considered Onl ad collectable any uiaa after tbe ftrtt inser tion. ana. Marriages and deaths Inserted free. Ac eompanjiag aotioes witl be charged half rate. FrMsn ntmtmJInrcU S3,?. A large Agricultural Implement factory ia being erected at Franklin The Supreme Court will meet in Jackson Monday, April 1st. Johx Bullock and CoL George A. Golladat, both lawyers of Mem phis, died recently. A. II. Bradley; of Sumner conn! y, while intoxicated lay down on the Railroad, for a Bap, and now Mrs. 6. is a widow. Jay Gocld, President of the Erie Railroad has been ousted, after Tain. 1y endeavoring to hold the position. The JsTashTille "Republican" Ban ner f-eeps np its guerilla war on the Democratic party. ' Titebe will be a meet'iiir of the Democrati...

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. — 22 March 1872

TOWN AND COUNTY. S..e A TEAK, PAID IV ADTAKCE. ETE9KOIXK1ICAU lUaoxcrga. ? a Remarks. I - H I 65 49 45 43 M 53 35 57i67 .U .U Showers. .: 8 i Variable. -JB;2U.05 Cloudy. 2y- 29.?7 Ovw:et. 215l29.11,Clw. ? 12 . dear. -Mj 29.61 flear. 252i itlear. 93 M 34 40144 32 57 19, 43 162 1 2?!! KXUeiOIl ISTELUSSCK. There will be no service at tbe Cum berland Preabyterian Chnrch on next ounuaj, uin pastor, Kev. Bam U. ca- nimera, will be absent in attendance at i-resbytery which will be held at Law renceoorg. Quarterly Meeting commenced in tbe u. cm vnurcn, at jut. fieaaenr, on laat Saturday morning. Rev. A. W. Smith, of Columbia, preaching an -excellent sermon, from tbe text, f'l do believe Lord, help thou my unbelief." Tbe people were very much pleased with the sermon and tbe preacher. On 8oa day morning Rev. Dr. A. I P. Green preached on tbe importance ot training up cnuaren in me way iney aaotua go. He was quite never on parents ot the present day, lor dereliction in this re aper, it is pron...

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. — 22 March 1872

CripTiIr Plctnrt f Henrj Berrjlxnf rj, Outlaw Chief A Blood Ma2 Years' Keeord. - j'rom a graphic descriptiou of LO-- erv. the famous North Carolina Out law, and his desperate baud, publish-; edln Monday s jsew lorK uercudi we make the tJliowing interesting '1 extracts: , . TO THE SKAT OF WAIL I left Washington City Thursday' night, and reported myself next davi at noon in the oltice of Goveruurj alker, or V irgima. i The handsomest man in the South' was seated at a table, signing bills, in the old Confederate Supreme Court room. Ilia beautiful, grayish-black moustache, healthy gray hair, clear skin, and fciniliug expression, every inch, a lord lieutenant in the oldest of our shires, grew soberer as he said : "Lowery? Why, a captain of the Vireinia militia applied to me yester day to obtain permission for himself and forty niento hunt that fellow in the swamps of .Kftrth Carolina. IjOW ery must be a good deal of a charac ter." As I looked over the files of the Richmond newspapers, an...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 29 March 1872

...,. BERKSHIRE SW.HE. ; . ,.,,, . . . .A-rfSjNrf visgaafta feSgj r - VU! U X. UJ Loa a laOT U OS U ?fc fcJ fife ffi d fc E JS h? r-i DURHAM CATTLE. P J' PO,J UrM4r fTboruutb- -"tlASHVlE DIRECTOR Y. CENTS' FURNISHING COODS.7 ., WIITESlIe.Dpaleria'nt' Fnrniihin GiHdn. .n.l llats and "': , Tb JJome-inlo mrt. The' firl Sa -BOOKS AND STATIONER YJrr, (iuaeri, Prinun, and ilookUoiurj, A nioB lrU AhviU, Xcnn . . , , WATCHES AND JEWELRYJ. n niviEi A. Jt UU Dealer I ! - Watches. Jewelry, and siWerirare, corner ofChunh nd bummer ftreeu, Kashvlie, fl. and Jeer,.'o.3i North WttTiT -itroot, 1 amiuaUoo, aUo watcbew, te, for repairs received nd rcturnel py aiprcag. HOTELS. ' " II ATT IK UOllie. Unn. Jel A. Itt Ue 1 Proprietor. Chorch ttrecU Kachvitle ROOTS, NKOIS, &: riOOHr. HFITLR 'Vr '. Jobbrrn l L UdHsand-hM. 9 4Mtw-iaw. Xah- ' ville. lean. U'atMin M. Coake. Jual W . f't- tto. RnrcU M. KiiiDaid. . . Jamhk f uKttTf T. C WaXMTEAI & CO. IH'alrra In IliKitn. ihon. KuloheU . Valise, and Trun...

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. — 29 March 1872

THE HERALD. TERMS The "Colchha Himlo" is pub lished every Friday moraing, at Tiro DoL- haan uu n aMur pwr uow. mvmcv - Hatm of Adotrtfi Oae iqv (oae inch.) for one insertion! f LoO; each additional inser tion, 75 cents. " All advertising- will be considered Cask and collectable nay time after the int inser tion. 9. Marriages and deaths inierted free. Ar- eompanying notice will be charged half rates. rrlday JlTMlmg, glatrcxx w79. Bostuk, the queen of isms and im- fudencc, speaks of inviting Queen v ictokia, of England, to her great peace jubilee. . The latest intelligence from Mexi co reports that the revolutionists bare been defeated in several engagements by the government troops. Toe Democratic State Executive Committee met in Nashville yester day, in obedience to the call of the Chairman, Hon. D. B. Thomas. It is thought that the Executive Committee of the Democratic party of the United Slates will soon call a meeting of delegates from all the States, to a Convention to be held o...

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. — 29 March 1872

TOWN AND BOUNTY; : . , . .OUB TBMH. 4 aJVw A TEAS, PAIaft Iff AfBYASCX. SS- (V T 1 ABVANCK. . . 1873. - " ' " """i J1 ""Mom 11:25 Mail Itorth n M T 2m KiPaaMnittHlRoalbr Vp'llH- MO ?n,i";.- ll- fA-ltt 1$ Accommodation leares " j. " arrives st w TP. M.1 0.-H For further iaformaUaB apply to or address, .HINK,Ajreot. acr Tiiurami P Baonm. o si a. BBub 9.51I29.S0 Clew. t9J8l29.03:8BOW. . 2.K..C2 Clear. &.. Fair. .fw.c4;Cisa. 29.14 J 29.25 Crraeeait. .29.2s Clear. oOJOl 4 Clear. BVSIHEM ItWTICE. A large portion of tha job . work used by tbe UMrchuiU of this place is printed in XastaYille, CiactaoaU, and other foreign cities, We don't speak of this oomplalninglj thoogh we frequently hear ur: merchants cum plain when people of this county buy goods, groceries and wares abroad but will make this ; proposition: We will dopllcste any Nashyille or Cincinnati bill for Job printing and if tbe material is not as good, and tbe printing as neat, parties order ug tbe work need not receive iu We ...

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. — 29 March 1872

- -r - - - - -r " ' ". - ' , ' te hxbo or tue tonsrE. if f. i.- i it Am I-rident or the Pari Sire, f BY MRS. MAKGABET 1. PRESTON. ' I. "GAROOJf! You you. Snared lone with tats enrstst crewr (Only a rhliU. and yet no bold, scarcely as uiucb as ten year old ) v Do you bear? Do vou know Wliy the qrtuUtrinf put you llieie, in the row, luu, with those Coiumone wretches tall. With face to the wall ?'' TI. "Know?' To be sure I know! Whynot? ' We're here to be Bitot ; A ml there hy the pillar's the very spot, i-uuiing for France, uiy father fell. Ah, well! That ,jnnt the way I would i-liiswe Ri fall. With my Oark to the wall!" (fMrrrf TMrt n;-, ?ht, Tn-iy. And tiiifi'or WHinime tlie tUti; lint wbo W'aiibt vvoliis.i work like this to lo? Kifc! Tii a IuUImt Imsim-wi. JJmrf Tlif hny Is tM-ckuitins v me now: I kueu lib injur cliillf ht-:trt would rail: f Yet .iwcheHc'ri not pale). , Quirk! Hay "roar say : lWflon'l you 8e, Wuen ihocbiiivu-clock yiit:!tr UillHOUt 'Hirer You're ah to .w HW ? : . ....

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 April 1872

. Si. c v- ' MACRY COCMT DIB CTOBYc' " ... . .. . - -K t sl . - ." ' """ ? ; t; " ,v. W : 1 jV 1 ', V T4 c 1 -HrTsh.re swine. , -- yTd Vionrr vrrnr .7tAurm,t,r T IFIt :r;t:-;-Tn':; 'iriT v: ;. n7 :-r II fV.-M " Brrksllrt PIs iwnmummncBt, PleasaLi. Teun. " ""www cerunira, L ulunilna- DURHAM CATTLE. i , vatuo. i4Mau.bia, lenn. NASHVILLE DIRECTORY. CENTS' FURNISHING COOPS. K1-' Wil ITK8I I f , Iara Im Urmta' furnishing Goods, ant Hats and Caps; oine-maao shirt. Tbe Spiral beain Pr.iwer. Shirts made to order. 41 Cherry gucct,. ra---pviiie. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. J)AH. k TAVEL, BooWm-Iler, Ut- L iioners. Printers, and Bookbinder. to. o inioa street, ivat,bville, lenn. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. V 1-4T I KM 4k BKO Itealen 1m 1 , Watches. Jewelry, and filverware, corner ol Church and hummer streets. xtasuville. lenn. KoKKaT hBKKuou, Salesman. E. WINGER. Practical Watchmaker . and Jtwf.t-r. yo.ay ivortn unerry street. 4auviue, ienn. owi wun .u. if. ior ex- auiination, alro watches, etc. for repair...

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 April 1872

THE HERALD. TKRXBTh "Colvkbu HtKAU" U rnV liihsd everyJKriday morn lag at Two Iol Ull aad Half per ubib.1i advance. kmm AdeervMsnr Oae square (on inch.) far eae iaswrUoa, SUM); each additional User- W" AU advertising will be considered Cask aad collectable any time after the arst inter- a. Marriages ana death inserted free, Ae- aaaying aoueee wiu oe charged half rates, aTrldLmy yiwr-mlwg;, A pHI 3. 1872. Thx colored men's National Con vention will be held in New Orleans on next Wednesday. Jules Farre testifies that Mr. Washburn e and other United States vmcen uaea me &nuaians very much daring the late war. Tnx election of Governor in Con necticnt took place Monday. The Republicans carried the State by small majority and also made gains over the last election. The impecunious papers at Nash ule purloin Tennessee news from the columns of that splendid news- paper, the Courier-Journal. News items from Williamson, Haury Wil son and other counties in Tennessee travel all the way to t...

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 April 1872

TOWN AND COONTY. OTJlt TERMS. H3 A TEAR, PAII I3T ABYAXCE. a.ww aar Awa ma jaar a svASJlC. Friday 'form lac April , . PSKSOHAI. IXTEIXIGSXCE. Dr. Geo. 8. Black ie honored n with a visit Saturday. He conferred th nfillt,Ten,P1f' Kev. A. W.htmth, Thoa. Fleming and S.D. V. a CDerryberry.of West Tennenee, aa on a short visit to relatives in thia county, this week. John Moore, of Wt Tennessee, gave ua a call a few days since. Prof. O. H. P. Bennett, of this place, left tor Lewi Countv iat w.n.. to survey at veral thousaud acres of ? . ""wuKing vo jar. cneainam, oi Nashville. ASOCXOTOWS. Allen Powell, the popular caterer at Powell's, has sent us by Henry Jordan, a great cuiiosity, in the shape of a large lamp of crystal ized foam, which Be licked up on the river while fishing, t is nearly as large as a boy's head, and is evidently the fitufl out of which meer s haunis are made. Read Mrs. A. Hackney's new adver tisement in this issue. She is filling her bo'ine with a choice stock of Millin...

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 April 1872

IMEuESlIXG FACTS. . Chocolate, the flour of tlie coooa nut, was first introduced into Eng land from Mexico, in the year 1520, and Boon after became a favorite beverage in London coffee-houses. The most ancient man use rip tu are written without accents, stops, or reparation between the words, nor was it until after the ninth century that copyists begau to leave spaces between words. - The most stupendous canal in the world is one in China, which passes over two thousand miles, and to forty- two cities; it was commenced as fart Lack iia tlii tenth ii.ntnrv The first bank was established in Italy in the year SOS, by the Lom bard Jews, of whom, some settled on Lombard street, Ixmdon, where many banks have ever since been located. The first piece of artillery was in vented by a German, soon after the invention of gunjowder, and artillery was first used by the Moors at Al gesiras, in t?pain, over 500 years ago. llir.iarda were invented by Henri que Devipue, a Freuch artist, in the reijrn...

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 April 1872

BERKSHIRE SWINC. E. GBEEVLAW. Brcer T Thovrouhbrad JMtUUN Bwine . Spring Uul. latin- . . . . . r . -r ,. t) p. LEDBETrEat, Rreeter aa lav, - txtrtcr or far tier tub ire Uses; imt Co ramuia, xenn. - - . . . H EX BY JOXES in Berkshire Piffa ior uu a iuvj ncn, alu risai,t,TeaB. II. ESTEA, Brewdcr ud Imrtcr C m I 1 1 W "T . . i. u. r wrm iiuoua xteruntrvs, Columbia. DURHAM CATTLE. .vii..M VJHO, OIOit)lB. xeoa. NASHVILLE DIRECTORY. CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. ? 1 .1 Wll ITEM ID r, Dealer la Ctoata' liu-nighing tiooas. ui Ht and taw: lae Uuias-uxJe shirt, lb c-piral Seam 1'rtwer.. hbiru nil to order. , 41 Clierry ami, ia-uvilie. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. ATI. A TATEL, BMkufllen, ta- lioners. Printer, aad Uookaiader, Ao. 8 mua au-eei, a&nville, leaa. i WATCHES AND JEWELRY. If OAYIKM KK., Dealer, la . Wat.-'ju. Jewelry, and .silverware, corner ol Cburca aad hammer street, nasavuie. lean. KoimuTtentcHHo, Ctalesmaa. ia aVl.t.i;ns. IrclJel WTafeasBaker Xi. and Jewe.-r. -No.3', .North Cherry stree...

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. — 12 April 1872

i J I THE HERALD. TERMS The "Oolcmma HrsALo" It puh liahed every Friday morning at Two ioL LiM end Baur per umu. in advanoe. itatia of Atfrvrfi'infOne square (one inch,) lor one insertion. $1.50; each additional i inser tion, T rent. All advertising will be considered Cash and collectable any time after toe tret inser tion. - Marriage and death inserted free. Ae tonipanying notice wi'.l be chaired half rate. Friday Mora lw.gr, April 13, iT. Tubes murderers were hang in this State last Friday. . Chattanooga boasts that she ships fifty cvloads of pig iron every week. We are indebted to" Gen. W. C. Whitthobke for valuable public doc uments. Texas has a negro candidate Governor. for Pbinoc Arthur will soon go to India to remain two years. He has been promoted to the office of Major. C. "W. Clinton murdered his 'wife in Memphis, last week, and mutilated her body horribly. The wheat crop in East Tennessee, at present, presents a very promising aspect Mavbt County has a population of 30,08...

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 April 1872

our, am. KxtabUaked 1830. LA BOYS. TOWN AND COUNTY. OTTO TEBM8. SS.5 A TEAV PAI TX ADVAXCK. WM avi axi AATAXCK. Friday 9tratac, April 1S,T3. METEOKOLOfilCAU - a TkvraMMMKcr mm teresM. r. imtam. KmMmm .r i TuuioiiiTn. ElKOMITU. a - r en .Remarks. ' 4 5 6 7 8 V I9.25I29.S8 .Clear. a.J8 29.14 Overcast. 28.90 28.79 Overcast. 2n.84!28. Clear -2S.86i28.(i$ Stormy. 28.84 29.13 Clou. 29Jrti29J2, Clear. . 2.2S lOvercast. iH 7a 1M HethwdUt VmerrU Be sure to go to the Methodist Con cert, at the Hamner Hall on Thursday, April 18. Tickets for sale at the Drug stores. Diagram of seats to be seen at R. M. Frierson's Drugstore. Tickets 60 oeuts, reserved seats 75 cents. PCBSOSAX ISTlxElGEHCsS. Col. D. B. Cooper has returned from an extensive tour through Mississippi and other States. MiasE. C, who has been spending the winter in Miss., has returned. Last Wedneslay, the most beautiful offcrinir SDrine has vet Riven ns. was not halt so beautiful nor bd lovely as the fair maiden It brought from fiaanv...

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. — 12 April 1872

l-. -vw. i -a. m a-a- R.T.AMIL Kalabliaked UU. L.A.I CSTO THEE.- So, not despairingly ComeltoTbee; -Jfo, not digtrnstinely " Band 1 the kaes. .' , . Sin hath (tone onr me. Yet id this Eilr-jy pies, Jesui ii h dice. " Ah! mine Iniijnity - Tiaisoa has been, Iufia:t, i. fini.e i ;: bin epoa Kin of not loringThee, ' tin nf nfft vra-tii-g Thoe, Ifiiii.esin. Lord.T confess to Thee, fsdlv, my ein; - Al: 1 a a, tell 1 Thee, - - vll 1 have bet a. Pa ra 1 hou my tin awa, V,a Iho-i lay soul this day, IxirJ, mske Lie clean. - Fai 'hul and jnet art Thou, lorjivifi? nil : LorinatanJ Lid art Then, .' iien p'ior oneirn'.l. LorJ. let 1 :e cl-an. ins blood llUmdoi till Lrmooi tiod, ,. ; a asj o'er li.y s.uL. Then all is peace and light, t 1 bif ul witSia ; Trus .-hsll I walk with Thee, ; 'i ni loved nnsecn. . ; raninson ihf,my God, Ouid d aloifc ihroad. AoUiin: b3.wten. ltumir. SOUTHERN B1ILK0AD PROGRESS. flfltl "WW - - w l Kaiiway tnlrBrlia. tFruai the Bailroad Oarettc VIHGIXIA. This seems a bepgarl...

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