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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 24 May 1872

mm cccm ceictost. BERKSHIRE SWINE. U. brel uersinira bwui. oeasiacttoa uU4 to all mrehasers. 6 print HiU. Tens E. SBEEHUW. Hm4 .r 1 nonromcBDTM Aterksbira Kln. rpnng aim - T:il T- K. r. LEnBETfER, RrrHer mm In. Borterof Pur Berkahira ll.m' - lumDia, aeim. LM. E8TES. Bwtr Bad ail . of Pur. Blooded Berkshire. Co I at et Colombia, DURHAM CATTLE. --....u, ,tlg voinnibi, Tena. NASHVILLE DIRECTORY; CENTS' FURNISHING COOPS. . EV lm""- lera la Ueata' uuoas, ana Uats ana tiM The Uome-made ahirt. fThe Spiral Beam Irw.erv- ,H',.r1 uaJe to order. 1 Cherry BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Dll TAVEL, Bhaolle, fit JL tionen. frlmera, and Bookbinders, fio. 4 ' unei, Aasoruie, xcna. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. L 14. DAVISCM 4k Btace BmI.m i. W atcbee. Jewelry, and AilTerware, corner i vuurrn ana mnraer aireeu. Aasbville ienu. ivoKkkT sHEKuoti, Salciiuian. 1 W1ju:ri. rraptiral WatcltsMkrr sj. ana jeweKT, jio.sy, Aortb Vberry street, Aafbrille, Xenn. Uoous sent C 0. I), tar ex- buiiuiliuu, Ktra waKoes, trie. lor reitai...

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. — 24 May 1872

THEjIERALD. IAay SI ralafiT. May ,18T. , , ... FOE GOVEHVOR,,- , ; JOBS C BIOWII, f die. TnE Nashville Banner does not take Hob ace Greeley as "a choice of evils," but as the choice of a National Convention of Liberal ltepublicans." The reader can draw his own conclu sions, i .' . .' ",. 1 ' The Nashville Banner Bays it is 'just as good an Abolitionist to-day m Horace Gbkelet." Yon were afraid to acknowledge it fifteen years ago. Bet. Dr. Van Dike, the new preacher at the First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, wears ' a long Black gown in the pulpit . This is a novel sight in this country, but quite common in the large Northern cities. Burke Bond, formerly the talent ed and courteous editor of the Frank lin Review and Journal, has an nounced himself as a candidate for the Legislature. We predict that he will be elected without any difficul ty, and will take a high stand in the Legislature, if, indeed, he is not elected as the Speaker of that body. A coKBEsroNDEVT of the Lebanon Heral...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 24 May 1872

TftWtf Attn rmwTv , OUH TERMS. IF OT ISI AttVASKE. a J Jhi.'..1 A . . . w'mh uufl square tone men.) for one insertion, ILoO ; eaolTadditional inser tion, (5 cents. j " TVi '-""n o considered voma and collectable any tun after th first Inser- M. Marriage and deaths inserted free. Ac companying notice will b charged half rate. Friday Worming, 91 ay 3 ft, 1879. ETEOKOLOCilCAL. Thrawmlr Barome ter, sit Wlatoa,' RnMmrr r J. 11- for the week eadiaa; May tU. 1872. THEalf OMTKK- 11 BlEOMETEE 91 Remarks. 29.1029.10 Fair. 29.10 28.8.5 Showery. 28 K28.75 Showers. 2.88i 28,97 Clear. 29.o4 29.lu Clear. 29.1 1 29.07 Pair. 29.03,29.07 Variable. 29.031 iFair. Xamhvllie INwMtar R. R. Sehdealsv ('nnenelnc Monday, lebrmaxy IS, 1H7Z. Mail South arrives at Colombia, Morn 11:25 Mail North P.M. 2:00 Night PassenfrerfRouthl" P. M. 8:40 Morning (North" A.M. 2:07 Accommodation leaves " 7:20 " arrireaat M fP. M.l 6:00 For farther information apply to or address, ft. tub, Agent. BKL.1UIOIN INTELLIGENCE. Judge ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 24 May 1872

ItEMALEBiXKEK Bnrdctt-oBttalhGrrii( n tmai I(MhrrrEB(ld. The accounts puMi!ietl from tinie to time of the remarkable charitable dis position of this estimable woman are no doubt familiar to most of our read ers, and as anything inrtaining to her is of great interest, we make room for the following from 1 he pen of Ilerliert lladc lyfie, and previously published in the New York Mail: The banking house of Coutts & Co is the repository of a!l the old English aristocracy, who, from the Queen down, mostly bunk there. There are rich old dowagers, maiden ladies, and honor able, the rich old English baronet, with his estates iu the ric h pastures of Ilerkshire and Kent, and his "(shoot ing box" up in the north; the states man, peer, and foreign ruler they all Intrust the house of Coutts & Co. with iheir funds. The Queen lias banked there for years, and indeed the im mense wealth or Miss Coutls and of the lank is totally due to the patronage of royalty bestowed upon her ancestors, th...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 31 May 1872

'. f.l r r RKSHIRE SWINE. - r " - , t-tww mm anva-WHK'a " ro J 'J? Swine. .Satisfaction tw- -.tit-ca ta all parcaaaera. Epriag- 1UI. Teao. W.X-W:r.SI.AW. Rrrfdr r c . ThonjronrhbreU Lcrk'hira Swine. Epnnc Hill, Tens. JIT P. UBBKTrKR, Breeder Md Im. 2jSBr.Hoei; .ear Co- UKKBY JOSUt h Berkshire" l'ia for -ttlOOtf etch. Mt. PleaaaLt.Teaa? L"- fTE8, Kreeder al lmptfrlfr . of Para Blooded Berkshire. Colombia. DURHAM CATTLE. GBO. W. POLK, Bremer rTfcwraafffc bred Durham Cattle. Colauibia. Tena. NASHVILLE DIRECTORY. CENTS' FURHISHINC COOPS. VI.I WIUTEAIDE, Dealer la KnU' rarnishinir Ooods. and Hats and Capi; Tba Uoiae-made ahirt. The Spiral Beam VTAwer. KhirU made to order. 41 Cherry ctreet. Nashville. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. PAIL. Jk TAVEL DMkurll'rt. Kta tionem. Printer, and Bookbiu-it-r , .'. to tun itreet. Kashviile, Tenn. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. P I UAYIKN 4c BKW., Dealer I at . Watchen. Jewelry, ind silverware, corner ffChnrrb aad Hammer ttrecta. ; iVaghrlil e Tenn . Horkut Fnr.rc.tHt. Pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 31 May 1872

THE HERALD. Friday MerMlag, Way 31, Ifc72. FOE GOVERNOR, JOHJf C. BIOWS, of Giles. FOB COXORK89, W. V. WHITTHOBSE, of Weary. "Amii." has written another bcok about negro's Laving no sculg. Hon. John M. Bright, the elo Quenl Congressman from the Lincoln isuirici, wm piease accept our thanks for public documents. Dr. L. D. I1d6tox, the Methodist minister of Baltimore who was ac cused of improper intimacy with rations girls, is being trbd for it The evidence is directly conflicting. Her. Dr. Berklet, an Episcopa lian minister of S". Louis, is being hauled oyer the coals for alleged im proper conduct toward a girl eleven years old. The Army worm has made its ap pearance In Davidson County, and millions of locusts are scourging the country along the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad. Rev. Mr. Mitchell, an eminent Episcopal minister at Augusta, Ga., has been dismissed and deposed by the Bishop for acknowledged break ing of the seventh commandment. Congress will adjourn next Mon day. The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 31 May 1872

TUYYIN AND COUNTY. 7 . - OUU TERMS. &5S T!JK ADYAXCE. y W HOT IX ADTASie. i - ' ' . .of Arfferfiriaf One square (one inch.) r for one insertioB.tl.fiO .HHitinn.i ' Uon, 75 cents. -. mm All .,!...:-: ;ii i -j . i "'"""UH will oa CODBIUCTWI u4 collectable u; time after the first inser- tlOB. . SMarriaires and death Inserted free. Ae- "fin nouoee wiu d cnargea nan rates. Friday forming, .tin j 31, 1878. HETEOatOLOfllCAL. KK r Tnennenirtrr mmd BxrBi. ler. avt niitn, Knldnrr ! J. II Jnmf. for the week ending May VIB, 1S7Z. Theuiometee- Baeometee. ? i si 5 Remarks. 2M.03 ' 29. ; Variable. 29 01 i 28.93 Variable. 29 (Ki 19.09 Cloudy. 29.16 29.20 Clear. 2H. 16 29.20 Overcast. 29.2 29.20 Fair. 29.181 9,21 Fair. 29.al iClear. BELICilOl'S ISTE1.1JES-'E. Quarterly Meetim? will commence at the M. E. Church, in this place, to-morrow morning. Sunday morning the nacranient of the Lord's Supper will be administered. Rev. John E. ITamilton preached at Zion Church last Sunday, and Rev. S. W. Mitch...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 31 May 1872

HTMOROUS. The following information from a Western journal will interest our read ers: Kenosha was bo named from the fol lowing incident : A lot of its early resi dentawere playing keno, when one made gt,-e. He cried "Keno!" and all the others exclaimed in disgust, " I'shaw." A oorreeponscnt of a Baltimore paper wants to know irliy marriage and death notices should be paid lor? For the best of reasons : one is as an advertise ment of co-partnership, and the other is a notice of dissolution. Business is business. A philosophical Kentuckian, who was tneenviedpossessorof one shirt, while ly ing in bed awaiting its return from the line where it was flapping in solitary grandeur, was startled by an exclama tion from the better-half of his bosom, to the effect that "the calf had eaten it." To this he replied, with au equanimity worthy of a better cause, " them who has must lose! ' Mrs. Muffin (after a thirty miles' ride by express.) "Muffin there's something wrong ; the passengers are all...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 7 June 1872

JaLavt Wnau "waVilVa.. BERKSHIRE awiME. mil. KEF. Si LAW. Brewer of ThoBnurorkhrf! K.'.L.r:.! - - - vviwnuii. DURHAM CATTLE. brd l.rh.m little. Cl.h. KT.6 iASHYILLC DIRECTORY. CENTS' FURNISHINC conns. m ,4oolg ,, Hat, .d r Jrwrr .mfde ," The PwrM Seam BOOKS AND STATIONERY. PAIL. A TAVtl, IUM-.M-llet-, Kta JL turners. Printers, and bookbinder". No. 4 Union street, Nashville. Tenn. WATCHES .AND JEWELRY. ,-" !. Jewelry, and .-ilverware, oirnir JJi Church and Summer street. Aiasbville hobbst smctiueu, tta4csman. JTi. and Jeweier. Ko.3 North Cherry street,' .Nashville. 'ienn.-Oood wntC.U. I. for ex iuinatlon. also watchey, te. for repairs leceived and returned by Express. HOTELS. JTTI.K JIOI UK. im. JmI A. Ka tie ) Prulrictr, Church street. Nashville. MAX WFI.I. II OI E. Nashville. Teun" M. KKAN A CO.. Proprietor. tOO K E, KKTTI.K A- '0. Jobber of ( Boots and "hoc. 3rt Publi- fSnnare, Nash ville. 'I rnn. Wali-on M. Cooke, Joel W. hct tie. lluFM-ll M. Kinnard- Jamu Forukt, halesmau. m F- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 7 June 1872

THE HERALD. lldy Moinlig, Jm 7, FOR GOVERNOR, JOHK C. BROW.V, r jiw. TOR CONGRESS, W. C. WIHTTHOKXE, r !Hry. For State Senator, Tnos. F. P. Atusox, of Williatiisor. The Nashville Exposition which closed last Saturday evening, was a grand and magnificent success. Memphis is to have a new Custom House and Post Office Building, to cost half a million dollar?. The Brownsville Bee is out for Gen. B. F. Cheatham for Congress man, for the State at Large. Coxghess has appropriated $150, 00U to build a custom house at Nash ville. Geo. IL Pendleton has come out unequivocally in favor of Gbeeley The political disabilities of Judge A. O. P. Nicholson have been re moved by Congress, and a nolle pro eequi will be entered in his case. The Franklin Review and Journal and the Huntingdon Democrat en dorse Ex-President Johnson for Con gress, for the State at Large. "What is " courtesy ?" To yield up a large county's right to a neighbor- in; county, because it is small and presumptuous. Senator Scjisek...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 7 June 1872

1 J1 I TOftTi AND COU.N'TY y ' -OUUTERM8. S.3 IJT ADTASCE. i?at ajf frr(nv One square (one inch for one toiertira, IL60; each additional insei lion, 7c cents. - " AH advartlrinv will It. un.MJ f i , . a "uiiuiiuu vwi. and aoUacubU ay time after th first inser- S. Marriace and deaths inserted free. Ae- wmpuiiiii notices wiu ba charged half rates. Friday neraia, Jaie 7, IS72. KCXlIorS ISTELUGESCE. The next Columbia Dis'rict Conier enoe will be held at CuUcoka, commenc- ingon me inureaay nerore tne second Handay in Jaly. The introductory ser mon will be preached by Rev. J. G. Kice as o ".jock, p. x. liibhop Mclyeire, Dr. A. L. ;P. Greene, and other distin guished divines, will be there. All the officials ol the district are invited and expected to attend. The Hurricane Camp Meeting will commence on Thursday before the first nunaay in September. The Methodists of Spring Hill had their third Quarterly Meeting on the 24tu and 25th of May, Dr. Greene pre siding.' The Mvrament of the Lord's...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 7 June 1872

ral Meaalaaa A Stt-nna;n ase "5"ataallal Evldenre Mjs- Several weeks apo I received a notice from the Commiwioner informinpr me that I had been drawn as a petty juror in the Court of General Sessions and would be required to there present my self on the first day of the ensuing month. Being desirous to personally participate in an experienceof criminal life, I suddenly refrained from seeking any excuse, and resolved to do my duty as a man and as an American citizen. Ho, arriving in the court room at an early hour, I took my seat within the inner railing, and improved the time by studying the situation and sur-rounding.-. Outside, in that portion of the room devoted to male witnesses and spectators the seats on an ascending plan, as in a theatre was as motley a eolloction of individuals as could well be found. People well-dressed, ill dressed, and partiidly dressed were jumtded together in a nrnst variegated confusion, nor were wanting faces well befitting this variety in costume. It...

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 June 1872

ttUmi COUNTY DQFCTOSY. . CgKHIBE SWIMS. E. W.BCMM . . BPriut HiU. Teaa. Till T nw Swine, nimbi. Tens. " . DURHAM CATTLF- VI brdl,,hm catda. Columbia, Ten.. iMHYlLLEDIRECTORY. CENTS' FURWISHIMC conns. 'Utt' to order- 41 CWy BOOKS AND STATIONERY. - AMlilirra, Htm 1 tionen Printer, end Bookbiaders, Ke. 4 Union Itreat. Kuk.ill. T.- WATCHES AND JEWELRY. h BAVIES BBO Dealers ! j Watches. Jewelry, and nilverware, corner JI Church and Summer streets. .Nashville Xenn. KotRlT Shkcooo. Salesman. y WIUUEKN, Prartieal WaKkaMker Ll. and JeweMT, No. 3 North Cherry street, Kanhviilo, Xenn. Goods aent C 0. U. for ex amination, also watches, etc. for repair! received and returned by x-res. HOTELS. BATTLE HOLME, i-M. Jml A. Ba le Proprietor. Church street , Nashville. M AIWEI.I.HOI NE, Nashville, Ten n m. A.cAn proprietors. BOOTH, XII OK!, Ac. COOKE, METTLE CO. Jobber mt Boots and eboet. 36 Public Bquare, Nash ville, Teon. Watson H. Coeke. Joel W. tct lie, Russell M. kinnard. Jambs Foruet, salesman. m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 14 June 1872

THE HERALD. Friday .Uorals,Jnne 14, FOB GOVERNOR, JOBS C. BKOWX, ef CiilM. FOR OONQRE9S, . W. C. WHITTHORXE, of X.inry. For State Senator, Thos. F. P. Allison, of Williamson. man living in Gilts county Las forty nine children livingr, and fire dead. Hon. D. "W. Ballew,- formerly State Senator from the Athens dis trict, recently died at his home in Fayette county. Tennessee Tress Association will meet again in November, at Chatta nooga. 1 he members are making ar rangements to make an extensive Southern tour iu the fall, taking Chattanooga, Montgomery. Mobile, TSew Orleans, Havana, Key West, Savanah, Charleston, Baltimore, and Cincinnati in the route. Gex. G. W. Gokdox, of Memphis was called on by numerous friends, last week, to run for Congress for the State at large. His declension is very tereely and gracefully express ed in the appended card : G estlemek Your communication of the fourth instant, requesting me to become a candidate lor Congress for the State at large, has been rec...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 14 June 1872

...... - A . or OWN'AND COUNTY. M.SO A'TtlK. vim r & nTivrr ' a- AdVertittmm fn mum In tM, for ne taaertion. SI.S0; each additional inser tion, 75 eenU. - - , -- AH advertising will be considered CaA and oUectabla aay time after the first inser tion. - M. Maniac and deaths inserted free. Ae eompaoying notiees will b charred half rates. ijteV? S. W. Alitchell, of Zion, preached i the Presbyterian Church in Columbia last. Sunday. , Aa usual, he preached Taiaatole ana ins pretwive sermons. - Rev. B. F, Stone will commence a two days meeting at Sedberry's Church on the 29th of June. On the next day, Rev. Wm. Dona will preach the funeral of Wm. Roberts. PEKSOSAL ISTIXUCENCE. Major Will Polk, who is planting In Mississippi, came to Maury County a abort time since,1" and will remain a ehort time, before returning. Cot TLT. Looney, candidate for Con frresa in the Memphis District, and one of hia accomplished daughters, came to our town a few days ago. Billy McEwen. son of Dr. C. C. . Mc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 14 June 1872

How Broadcloth U Made. Stage by stage, from sheep's back to gentleman's back, we will trace the history of broadcloth. The wool being shorn, goes to the stapler's and by him is sorted. It is neither long nor short, and, for cloth manufacture, if wool be not moderately short it most be short ened artificially. It is next well oiled and spun into thread or yarn, then woven into a tissue that will be cloth by and by, though a long way distant from doth when it leaves the weaver. The tissue, if examined at this stage of manufacture, would display its threads just as madam's stuff gown does. A coat of this material would be thread wre all over, despite its newness. Be fore this material can lecome com nierical cloth, five chief things wili have to be done to it. Its texture must te closed, that is to say, it must be (shrunk; it must be cleaused; a nap must be put upon it ; superfluous nap must be shorn off; finally, it must be hot-pressed. First, as to the closiug or shrinking. If we bea...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 21 June 1872

BERKSHIRE SWINE. 11 W RrnBK . - -cprmi nuu iena. W SMKSIAW, Breeder f .aa vviVDDII. DURHAM CATTLE. U bred Darham Cattl,. Col.rabi. Ten.. il-MHYILLEDIRECTORy. CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Ti!!wJrKk!,.!4U ,h.irt- 'Tb 6Pi BOOKS AND STATIONER Y. l)Alt TATEL, BMkwIlfn, Ki I tiowri, Printers, and Bookbinder. Ho. 4 t nion tr t. Nashville. Tenn. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. If - IS A VI i A Hltll rV.? atr,ne, Jewelry, and silvarware, eormtr JtCnaren and Hammer streets. Naahvills lena. Rffaaav SHrruw. Palrtmma. Ijl WltitiKKM. I'rax-tiral Wnlrkmiikfr i r".?,,,,5",er -3i North Cherry street. Nashville, Tenn. Uoeds sent CO. D. fur ex amination, also watches, eto. for repairs received and ret aria el by bi press. HOTELS. ATTa.E HOt it, Jrl A. fl. le J Proprietor. Church street. KuhvilL M. KKAN A CO.. Proprietors. BOOI1, MMOITac. imkf. Nrrrri.r . jbker r V Boouand hoe. 3fl iubli- Hqnare. Jiash Tille. Tenn. Watmia M. Cooke. Joel W. Bet. tie. Rareell M. kinnard. Jamu Fobwit. i-alennaa. rp K. WHNTEAD '. ealer I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 21 June 1872

THE HERALD. Friday Mornlne:, Jane 21, 1872. FOB GOVERNOR, iOMS C. BBOWS, of Ciles. FOB CONGRESS, W. C. WUITTHORSE, of Haary. For State Senator, Thos. F. P. Allison, of Williamson. The Presideiit'g family have gone to Long Branch to spend the summer In their "cottage by the Sea." It is currently reporte 1 in Giles that an intelligent and fascinating widow-of that county, is to be marri ed to Hon. Mr. Wilson, Senator from Massachueetta, and candidate for President on the Geaxt ticket. Wk learn tht our frend 1. H. Ck ah;, Esq., of Waynfl county, is a candi date to represent Wayne and Law rence in the next General Assembly We hope he will be elected as he will make an excellent representa tive. The Democratic State Executive Committee met at Nashville on the 19th, and unanimously resolved (o call a State Convention to meet at Nashville on the 21st day cf August, for the purpose of nominating a can didate for Congress for the State at large, and also to select an addi tional Presidential...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 21 June 1872

1 Meaphb aJ the Coal amd Iron Field k Q- rt mJA of Alabama. .1 u M I ' ! MM Md'county. ft at nwu A1I1ASCI, - - 1-priM-OM tailare tone ineh.i ior one Uiaerti, LS0; eaeh additional inser uorKTa cents.- , '' and oolIeaUMoaay time ..fur ths first inser- VKMOSAJL lMTCiajCEHCE. ADi-SV. U. JTokntton, vbobas been ab-ent- ft -Twxaa feeraral month, baa re- UCUg Messrs. R. W. II. Bostick, Jeff M. Word, n4 Joha De Graffenreid. of Franklin, have been in the city several Oar handsome toddi friend. Dr. John Moore, came among as recently, but has pone DacK to West Tennessee agau Success to you, Doctor. - ' J. M. Mayes, of this town, received a wH'gran irom water aiiey, jjiw., yesterday, stalino: that his brother. W, ' D.. Mayes, of that place, was dangerous " ly ill from the effects of the bite of a snake. Mr. W. D. Maves is a native of this county, and bis many warm friends will regret to learn this sad news. Another U legram, received since the above was in print, states that Mr. Mayes isaeaa, Ho...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 21 June 1872

J!J of pleasure 1 th good, and thorn -halt gmi drnacm ok Invite ew mind thy ablest doty wrong, aad do the right. Do Ik, right. 0 child of sorrow ! M flirt' Fof f mAlMoaM to-mono Unw to k a worthy saint. Tr thomirh life to thee seem dreary, thy araaneets dark an aicht. N'ttt lt thy faith prow weary Bal-h wrong, and treat the rlKb.f . Do the right, and never falter : Newer be ashamed to owa That -ho right thoa w It at palter. Nor 1U kapptnen disown. Ba a rood and faithful servant, Thrwrfi yonr atatioa in the flht May be .amble, yet, if f ervent, Thoa wUt cooqaer with the ritht. OJU.Y A FARMER'S WIFE. Two women eat together at sunset in the porch door of a white eotUtpe that stood under its "ancestral tree" and among its fields of wheat and corn, like a poet's vision of a quiet resting for some weary, suffering human BOOL And one of those two women had eyes to see, ears to hear, and a Ik art to feel and appreciate it alL (She wag a tall and stately lady, apparently some thirty years of...

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