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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 19 April 1872

MAURY COUXTY EIBFCTORT. BERKSHIBE 8WIME. w. . - of yisursyrir-bg j-' our nam cattle. U fcfod irb I ' . B 1 n . CEWTS- FURW:SHIMQ HHIMO COQ03.I i . u Mai and CauW: lurnisbinr .(..wwi. The Home-made- slrirti tTbe Inn.1 ib Spiral Bean tade to order. 41 Cberir - . -, -, - r? -' dIsTATIONERY. -- ouiru maae tireet, n-untie. BOOKS AND 1).UI. TAVEI, BkiMllera, HI Jt turners. Printer, and ileokbiaders. So. In Ion street, ftasfaville, lean. ' 8 WATCHES AND JEWELRY. V L. DAVIfcN Jt MtO.. Ucalen im . Watches, Jewelry, and Silverware, corner ot Cbarcn and riu miner itrseti, AashvUle, JUIBKBT fcHSSOOO. CUCIOU 11 WI;UF.Kfl. PrSM-tleal WatefeaBakaW J J. and Jeweier, o. JJ4 forth Cherry street, nasnviue, lenu. uooae eoB.io.vj. i. lor -tl aminauoa. also vtUMf, u. tor repairs recti Tea ana reiurnaa oy axpress. HOTELS. X rroprietor, laarc atraet, Nashville. jjm- ml. x luprtevora. 7 4- poOKK, NETTE.K 4k '0. Jvhhe-rs f 7 Boots and thoe. 36 Pabli Square, ilia, 'lean. Watsen M. Cooke, Joel W le. Russell V....

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. — 19 April 1872

j i: THE HERALD. : I'ridHj .ttermteft7, April 1, 1879. S. L. (in a ham's factory, rinewoo, Hickman county, was damaged fif- , tecu hnudred dollars by Uie rccebt heavy rains. 1 The house of Mr. Edwards, d ju- a . 1 a - ST a a ; iy onenn oi lartii&ii county, wat burned last week, lie lost abou: $500 in cash, which was burned witb bisclotbinjr. Yocng Cartwkigut committed suicide near M urfrcesboro, last week, lie was iii good circumstances pecu niarily, and is supposed to hare ter minated his life because of physi cal suffering. Foktt years ago Memphis, now bj far the largest and most flourishing city in the State, could hardly hare been called a village. Wild turkeys and other small game were abundant in what is now known as Court Square. Mb. Johns, of this section of the State was recently arrested and com' milted to jail in Trenton, for attempt ing to pas6 altered or counterfeit money, lie cut the "twenty" from the corner of an old Confederate bill. and pasted it on the end of a...

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. — 19 April 1872

TOWN AND COUNTY, - i i " ' MH A TKA. rAIl IW ADTAJTCE. Friter Wmlift April IETKBLICAJU Kv smsl brM Irr. at WiMM, BmMwn r a. H. Jmm. tr its wk. eataUasf April Imtioina Baboscte. .... T o c - I - I II! !? Remarks. 29.2V S.2 Fair. W.17 JM 29.45 29 42 Showers. . Overcast. ' Variable-" IS 5472 14 54 IV 29,39 29.24- 78 Zh.; .1 atwj.s4 29-21 a-oi Clear. lfl .43 fU Fair. Showers. fl M7lJ 65 19 071 28.IM I Variable. COUSTY COIT1STIOX. The State Executive Committee of the Democratic Party having: called a State Couveution to assemble in NsBhyille on tJie9lhlajof May, to noml oaie a can dUate for Governor, and It being Impor tant tbat Maury County should be rej resented In the State Convention by accredited delegates, therefore a con vention of the people of Maary County is hereby called to meet in Colombia, ot the Court Uotise, on the first Monday f May next, to 'appoint delegates. The committee suggest that each dis trict hold a primal y meeting prior to the meeting of the County Convention,...

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. — 19 April 1872

I" - - - - -.- - er- , From lbs Jflivflle Tenn., Enterprise. TleIry6l)Coltiii6eliruil iiCpxiD,, perpetuates memories by embodying them iu Uctdblfo-ms.i., These forms oflen partake as largely of the creative geniug of tbe artist as of the attributes of lUcJorif&ratobjet'tj j tviOicut,hr ever, losing those features by which they who,kufer them' recognize tbem. The child of the Iloman mother would quickly recoguizo the familiar lcature in the Si,sline Madonna. No less, quickly will, tbc dullest mind recognize fine thought, once mo mentarily its own, ehould it afterward ece it glorified by some mind more sensitive and active. ' 1 It is a greater pleasure to find a lost treasure tb-ua bcaatified than to dis cover a new one. For these reasons Wilfrid ( Cuinbermeac: Is oi,e ot tbe most ei-joyable books lately published. In iithe, author) has traversed tie coniitry between childhood and man hood1 iihi gathered iatojomj volume the troop of shadowy visitant wo cell thoughts, dream, ' aspi...

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. — 26 April 1872

MAURI COUXTY DffirCTOBY. BERKSHIRE 8WTV..A- T E. CREEXUW, Breeder mt Tkitnrniwhbrad i Berkshire ' ttisk! Sprint HiU. Teaa. -- i'. ' ii.,.. p p. LEDBETTEK, Brewer aad la. porterof Pure Berkshire Hogs; near Co lumbia, lenn. nEHKT JfTOEm baa Be-rkaalre ril for sale st tlOOj each, lit. Pleaai.t,TeBn. LH. E8TES, Breeder aa Importer . of Pure Blooded Berkshire. Columbia. DURHAM CATTLE. GEO. W. POLK, Breeder arTkaraasra bred Durham Cattle, Columbia, Tens. NASHVILLE DIRECTORY. CENTS' FURNISHINC GOODS. PI I t WHITESIDE, Healers 1m eenta " Furnishing Uoeds. u4 lists and Caps; The Home-made shirt. The Spiral Seam Lriwer. Shirts made to order. 41 Cherry f treet, Kahville. BOOKS AMP STATIONERY. I)AIX 4c TATEl, Boktwllrra, fta- 1 tionera. Printers, and Bookbinders, Ho. S CniotreetaBhrille WATCHES AND JEWELRY. FL. lvWIEH B0.. Dealers la , Watches. Jewelry, and silverware, earner of Church and Summer streets. Aashvllle. Xena. Hobebt Sheeqou. Salesman. T1 M ica; EM. Praelleal WateasnaUer h. and Jewe...

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. — 26 April 1872

THE HERALD. FrlUay .Uarmists;. April SO, 18? 9. Hon. V. C Whittiiokke, on Thurs day of latl week, presented the peti tions of C. J. Herein, of Lawrence County, Tcnn., and W. J.Thomas, of Hardin County, Tcnn., for the remo val of their political disabilities by CongresB. Pulaski is doing evervtriog in her power to secure the Memphis and Knoxville llailraad. A meeting was recently held at Pulaski, of its lead ing citizens, and Commissioners ap pointed, to submit a proposition to the County Court of Giles, to levy a tax of five hundred thousand dollars, to aid in building the above mention cd road, in the event it goes by that place. Clakksyille and Jackson, two en' terprising towns of Tennessee, re cently voted $125,000, each, for Hail road enterprises. Columbia is near ly, or quite equal in size to either of those towns, and is situated in a far wealthier county, but she has yet manifested no disposition to vote $125,000 to a Railroad enterprise that promises to benefit her more than...

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. — 26 April 1872

TOWN AND COUNTY. OUR TJEItMLW. M.50 A TEAR, FAIB IV ADTAHCE. IF 'OT IH APVAMCK. Ratm tf AefnerrmW Ons square (on inch.) for one insertion, $1.50 ; each additional inser tion, 75 cents. " All advertising will be considered Cask and collectable any time after the first inser- b4. Marriages and deaths inserted free. Ac companying notices will be charged half rates. Friday "lormlmg, April ,?. XIETEOKOL.OOICAL. Kaaa ! Tri ismHf r aavd Barmm tcr. at Wlstoe, Krt-B- r J. II. Jainea. far the week esMtlsic April 25tb, 172. TfUBMOMtTKa- Babomktm. at 1 Remarks. CI I S976 65 2s.90iJ8.SW Thsnder lowers 29.05, 29 02 Clear, 65 29.04 29.10 29.08 Clear. 2.14Showers. 9.30Clear, Windy. 21 65 43 43 29.29 29.24 .19i Frost. Clear. .19 29.21 Clear. 531 20.21 Clear. COC3ST C'OSVEXTIOS. The State Executive Committee of the Democratic Tarty having called a SUte Couvention to assemble in Na.tayille on the 9th day or May, to nominate a can didate for Governor, and it being impor tant that Maury County should be...

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. — 26 April 1872

A SIOIHEK'S WOHli, "She looketh well to the wars of tlielinn'ehold. and eatetfc cut 11 brrad of idleness." Proverb XXJd. 7. . ''-,. 'Early in the roornirj I p as soon as l'cht, , Overseeine brekfs ' t . Futtiog all thfngs light Pressing lit'le children. Hearing lore said, Washwhaby faces. Toasting bufband'a bread. i . A f t breakfast reading. Holding one at lYajete; Putting op the dicners, Mending little tear; tnjod4je kissing children. Sending off to school. With a praveraTid hlerslng, MuOKi-biitart U fulL Wh'ji np the differs, riwelrrg carpets clean. Doing up the chamber work, hewing on a m-chinc; Bafcy lay a-crying rtqbbiDK Utilecyee; Mother haves her tewing To tog luUaltk. Cuttlnj little eannrnti', Tiimmiiigcliildrr.n'Bliati', Writing for the vai-r. AVHh culler havnm chats: Hearing little f oou-tu j Itunning thronirh the tall. Teliing school in over, AMuatiiuia'a name they call. Taijuf lb Uioc'ii'.c'rcn, All aWut thr-Ir -h"ol, Soothin; little trouble, Jenehitej grammar rule?; t-...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 3 May 1872

If AUBY COUNT! DiB'CTORY. BERKSHIRE SWINI. w. - E. CKEEX'LAW. BrMdcr mt . 1 honrouaabrea itarulure Swine . spring UUU lean. . 1 p. LEDSITf rEI Breeder eus4 In porter of Pan Berkshire ilegs ; near Co- lUBODia, 1HDI- TIEXKY JOXES hu Brkaklre Pin forsalcatsltaM each, lit. PlgLt,XeDn!r vw imuuni, Columbia. DURHAM CATTLE. I bred linrhetm .!. , , nt vviuuiUlft, xcnn. NASHVILLE DIRECTORY CENTS' FURNISHING COODS. furnishing Ooodg. and ll.ts an J 'r- Ihe Home-made shirt. iTbe fcpiral Seam fJl.rO u D1d to der. 41 Cherry BOOKS AND STATIONERY. TtAlL. fc T1VL. Haakwllrra. Ktsv 1 doners. Printers, and liookbindert, So. 48 .uoci, itasnville, lenn- WATCHES AND JEWELRY. ! 1- UAIILN fc ktUO.. Isealers 1 Watches, Jewelry, and silverware, corner i iimrcn ana r-ummer streets, Aashvule, icnn. iuKT CHEitbuu, salesman. p WIUULIM, 1'rau-tieal Watebnisiker 1J. and Jeweier, No.3.i Aorth Cherry street. Nashville, Xenn. Uoous sent '0. 1. for ei- auiiiiation, also watches, eta. for repairs receiveu ua reiurnea w...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 3 May 1872

THE HERALD. Friday M inlig, ly 3. I87. Mr. Thacker recently died in South Carolina at the extreme age of 138 years. It is claimed that "Startle," Bos sek's four year old colt, is the fast est 1 rotter in the world. The County Court of Polk county Las assessed a tax of 50 cents on each dog except one to each family. BC8AK 11. Anthony and Geosge Fbaxcis Train are numbered among the curiosities of the Cincinnati Con vention. A bill has passed the House, ap propriating fifty thousand dollars to improve the Tennessee River, and twenty to remove obstructions from the Cumberland. Pbesident Gbant intimates in con versation that the Administration wi'l adhere to its pofei ion with re gard to the claim for indirect dam ages, though no money award is ex pected. a he Jiouse on Baiuraay passea bill amending the pension law for widows and soldiers of 1812, remov ing the limitations as to the length of service and participation in the re bellion. Gen. B. F. Cheatham has with drawn from the canvass...

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

TOWN AND COUNTY. OUU TERMS. 9.5 A TEAR, PAID TH ADVAKCE. IF ROT IS ADVAJVCE. Rat of Adtxirtuine One square (one inch.) for one insertion. SUM; each additional inser tion. 75 cents. AH advertising will be considered Cadi and collectable any tims after th first iaser tion. Marriages and desthi inserted free. Ac companying notices will be charged half rate Friday Ylornliig;, May 3, 1872. HETEUROUMilCAl. Ran( r ThFrmenlrr nnd itantnc icr. Ml DlilMi, Kmiitf ef J. II. .lamest, for I be n eck esMlios; Mil T bsrmohith. Baromrtkk. Remarks. 2 53 mi- 29.21 !20.2S Clear. 29.,IL-9.2J Clear. 29.19!4918 Fair. 2.lHi 29.15 Clear. 29,14 29.13 Clear, 29.18 29.19 Variable. 299i 29.18 Kair. i iClear. ay 67 1 21 jmm. - . . ( mmeariBK BIy, I)raryl2, Mail South arrives at Colombia, Mom 11S5 Kail North " Night Pa8sengerSoo.Ui" P.M. Morning (North " A. M. 2:00 9:40 2:07 Accommodation leaves arrives at r. ai. For further information apply to or address S.lllNE, Agent. COISTT COXTEXTIOJf. The Suto Executive Co...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 3 May 1872

elans Exploit of an Ilaliaa la Ut. Petersbwrjr. About the beginning of th present century, a conjurer made his appear ance at St. Petersburg, who astonished the natives by his marvelous perform ance. His name was Pirnetti, and his fame Is yet in the memory of those who witnessed his unrivalled talents. The Czar Alexander, having heard Pirnetti much spoken of, was desirous of seeing him, and one day it was an nounced to the conjurer that he M-ould have the honor of giving a representa tion of his magical powers at court, the hour fixed for him to make his appear ance being 7 o'clock. A brilliant as sembly of ladies and courtiers, presided over by the Czar, had met, but the con juror was absent. Surprised and dis pleased, the Czar pulled out his watch, which indicated five minutes after seven. Pirnetti had not only failed in being in M alting, but he had caused the court to wait, and Alexander was not more patient than Louis XIV. A quar ter of an hour iwssed, half an hour, aud no Pirn...

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. — 10 May 1872

MAURY COIJm DI1CT0KT. BERKSHIRE SWINE. iTT a OKEESiaW, Breeder T Y . Thourouchbred Berkaaira Swine, Sprinc Hill. Tenn. . , . . . Rr. ueniiETrcR, nrir a-d iae porter of Pur Berkshire liofi ; - new Co lumbia, Ten a. , TIF.KHV JOXES has sTfrrkaklre Pic -- lor saie i w eaca, an. neaeai.t,Tea. II. ESTES. BlWlr Bad ImH of Pure Blooded Berkshiret. Columbia. DURHAM CATTLE. GE.- p?tK Breeder or Tbora-srtv bred Durham Cattle. Columbia, Tenn. 1,1 ""'BBMMBHBJM NASHVILLE DIRECTORY. CENTS' FURNISHING COODS. uluT?"'h,,, "ood'". and Hats and dpi; Drawer. Hurts made to order, tl Cherry street, IvaMivilie. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. P AIL 4: TAVEL, Bovbaellera, HtM- lionera Pplnta . n ltAAbk;nJ.M V iB Cnion street. abviUo, Tenn. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. L" I., at a ... M atches, Jewdr E. Ktto., Uraler im Irv. and -llverware. comer ! Church ud fciuuimer streeta. Aaahvllle, Tenn. l.oRktT Shkcuuu, Salesman. K.(irRS, I'rartiral Waltkaukkrr and Jewert-r. Xo.M North Cherrr street. ahville. Toon, tioous rent O. 1. f...

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. — 10 May 1872

THE HERALD. Friday Morning;, JMiay lO, IS7S. Uojt. John JL Ukigut, has thanks for public documents. our A negro girl escaped from tLe Bed ford jail tlio other day by 6oaping herself thourot'ghly aLd creeping through the bars. She left her clothes behind. v The management of the Nashville and Cliattanooza railroad intend building at their car-shops, duriDg this cummer, 200 freight and 75 coal care, in anticipation of a heavy rush of business next fall. We are heartily porry to learn of tie death of Mrs. Mary J., wife of our friend Archie Thomas, editor of the Springfield lit cord. And in ex pressing our sympathies with him in his bitter bereave ment, we but echo the sentiment of every one who knows him, and especially the breth ren of the press every one of whom highlveptppm lini. Th FrankPn Review and Journal speaks favorably of Col. N. N Cox, of that plac. tor Elector from th's Congressional district. Col. Cox is oue of the best informed politicians ai.d stump t-peakcrs in the coun...

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. — 10 May 1872

TOWN AND COUNTY. OUH TEBM8. fl.B A TEAR. PAIl IK ADTAKCE. IF HOT IS AUfiKvb Rate 4 Adertinno One square (one inch.) for one insertion. 11.50; each Additional inser tion, 75 cent. - All advertising will be considered Com and collectable any time after the first inter- t'M-Marriages and deaths inserted free. Ac companying noUoes wiu be charged half rate Friday Homing, May lo, I87S HETEOEOLOSICAL. Runsre of ThrmemHr and Barotnc er. Miaiu. aniwarru J. . Jurnn, fr the week cbmUbs; Say VI h, 1072. Thsuoiiitib.1 Barometer. 91 Remarks. 50 ;v 40 !7li 5 6 77 M 78 7 78 29,28'29.31'CTear. 29.35 29.29 Clear. 2f.3l29.3o Clear. WiO 29.35 Clear. 2a.37j2y.32 Fair. 29.35) 29.35 Fair. 29.3.5 29.29 Fair. 29.28i iCloudy. 51 821 51 !f! 56 i8fi 58 87 5 :. Gil T. - - . mr ft. Kendeale. 1M72. Mail Sooth arrives at Columbia a, Morn VP. M.f iP.M.j 11:25 2:00 9:40 2:07 7:20 6:00 Mail North " Night PasenjrerfSou1b ilornintf iNorth " A. M.J Accommodation leaves fP M 1 For farther information .gj j-J BIKIM SOTICE...

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. — 10 May 1872

aO!fSIEm DE PARIS." IX-aiti Ttb ntoB r Fmnre-Tbe Story of M. Iitadrl-h. CorrMpondenc of the Louden Daily Nnrr . M. de Paris is dead I do not ppeak of the Prince who takes his title from the French capital ; but of that sinister person, who, according to Joseph de Maistre, Is. after the Priest, the main stay of social order, of political tran quility; the eilminator of the rankest weeds of humanity ; the terror of the evil doer, and yet an ohject of loathing to the just man; the executioner of Pttris. M. de Paris made his exit from life's etajje on the morning of Good Friday. Death gave him hut a short notice, lie was, when returning to his house in the Boulevard Heaumarchats from hearing a &tabat at St. Eustaehr. taken euddenly ill, nnd died some moments aner, just as 1 e reached home. A few days previously he had expressed a fear that he would prove the victim of his recently ext?iided sphere of official duties ; for in point of fact, since M. Dufaure Itecame Minister of Justic...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 17 May 1872

... , . . , . i tnr .. BERKSHIRE SWINE. V . Ttotrttbfed '- Berkshire ' Swine. R. P. LERtTm, llrwlrr n la. porter ot rare JterKsaira Uofi; aar Co lombia, Teas. IJF.SKT JOITEJI ku B-kUn Pin L, H. ETE, Brnslas - ef Pare Blooded Berkshire, ColabU. y. ' OUR HAM CATTLE. U bred Durham CaHlc. CoWarfiU. Tenn. NASHVILLE- DIRECTORY. CENTS' FURWtSHIWC COODS. K p" "ITKftlDE, bnlm la Gmf Faratsbinc floods. andHats and Caps; The lloioe-Biado shirt. .The -Spiral Seam LU.r;- !rh,.rtj' ""lo.to order. 41 Cherry street, J.aibiilo. BOOKS AND STATIONERY, I) All. Wk TAVri BMkwIlfrt, Kta iuanrs. Printers, and Bookbinder, fie. 4 t n. street. Nuhrille, Tena. "WATCHES AND JEWELRY. kV U. 1A J 4fc Itatas.. Itnlrn la , Watches. Jewelry, and rslrerware. corner ofCburrh and Summer street. AaarUle 'lean . Kobkkt Shkkuoo. Salesman. 1 WlliUERN, PratUeal WaUkauiier lJ. and Jewert-r, ifo.3'4 North Cherry -street, Jtashrille. Tena.- 4ooda (eat l'.0- B. tut tx--atuinaOon, nine watches, etc. fur repair leceived anci retur...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 17 May 1872

i mi i i W m m r Frtel? nrU, May 1?. I8T. FOB GOVtEKOE, : -JOH C. BIOWK, er Oiles. ..Th Radical State Convention last Wednesday, failed to nominate a candidate for Governor. ' ' ' The Editorial Convention will meet in Nashville on the 6th of June. It is desired that the attendance be full, m matters of importance will be brought up for consideration. . Certainly no higher compliment wag ever paid to a Tennesseean than the re-nomination of Gov. Bbowk by the State Convention, at Nashville, by acclamation ; and a more worthy honor was never bestowed by a peo ple. - - ' The Nashville & Decatur Railroad is to pass into the hands of the Lou isville and Nashville R. It. on the first day of July, and by September first the extension from Decatur to Montgomery is expected to be com pleted. ' . Grant has advised his "hench men" not to denounce the Liberal Re publicans, under the lead of Gbee XJEY.as.traitors, etc., but to wait and see what the Democrats are going to do. If they put a Pres...

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. — 17 May 1872

.b a TC4K. pxn nr adtakck. X.ao IF MOT Ml AMVAItg. fiotn af AJtwftKUUT Ona tausxe (one lneh ' for one insertion, II.S0; each additional inser tion, 75 eonts. All adrertisinr will be considered Guk and collectable any time after the first inser tion. a Marriages and denthj Inserted free. Ac companying noueet will Da charred half rates, Friday fIor-al-r, May 17, IMS. HETEOBOLOeiCAE Raac " ThfnBiHfr Mitel Itarome rr. at VI into a, Kmi4r( of J. II. jaaae. sor ia week esscUsur Mar TBERMOMmB- O a Barometer a, Remark. v 65l87 64 m 75 7 76 Tt 77 76 29.28 29.29 29.27 29.20 29.10 29.13 29.16 29.18 29,19,29.20 2St.1889.2o S9.2a.24 27-2-li Overcast Fair. . Fair. Fair. . Clear. Overcast. Overcast. Clear. 11 1' 71 84 l: 2K2 53 !84 el w-.ktiii. a re -a. Krhdeala, nmracUc Masutajr, tebraarjr 12, lts73 Mail South arrives at Colombia, 'Morn) .11:55 Mail North IP. 2:00 Kl.rl.t Tnmrr?5f.n4hl I P. M.I 9:40 :-r"M' !A.M., 2:07 -?...A.f. " 7:20 " arriresat u ' 'jj For farther information apply " address, S...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 17 May 1872

JOSH BI1XHGS. Oar Oldest InhaWUntn-TVo of Them. John Basoomb it botr living in Coon Hollow, Raccoon co., State ov Iowa. ' He iz 196 years old, and kan read fine print by moonlight S3 feet oph. He remembers Gen. Waahiceton fust rate, and once lent him 10 dollars tea buy a pairov kaff skin boots with. He fit in the revoiushun, also in the war ov 1812, likewize in the late melee, and Bez he won't take sass now from enry man living. He iz a hard shell Lal.tiss by religion, and eez he will die for hiz religion. He waz konverted 150 years ago, and thinks the hard-shell iz the tufilst re ligion thare iz for every day wear. lie sez that one hard shell bal.tiss ken do more hard work on the same vittlcs during a hot day than lOepiskopalites. He haz alwus used plug tobbako from a child, and sez he lernt how teu cheu bi watching a cow cheu her cud. He haz never drunk enny intoxicat ing licker but whinky, and sez that no other licker is he! thy. He thinks 3 horns a day iz enurf lor helth. ' He h...

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