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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 28 June 1872

MAI BIT IX) lNTijTlifrCTOKK BERKSHIRE SWINE. TLT;Jf !Ir??D rTkrMKk. r n. pynnt nui, lean SUmlSSS K. rJ""ETT". Bree-r and I .,,aJll x leaaaLt, lean. . m.uumt vuiauDlt. DURHAM CATTLE. VI bred Huthaw eaitU. CoUabU. NASHVILLE DIRECTORY. CENTS' FURNISHIWC COOPS. The Home-mad. shirt. .The Spiral Seam sWhriBe.0 " ".rr, BOOKS AND STATIONERY. rAI a. TAVEL, Bsakx-ller. SI tioaera. Printers, and Bookbinder. No. 4 I nioa atreet. lS'ashville, Tena. . i ..j.RaeaBonDBBSK WATCHES AND JEWELRY. jV SAVIKK A BRO., arl-n. la Watches, Jewelry, and Mlrerware, oornnr f Church and Hammer atreeU. iS'ashvllle Tenn. KosaaT Smtmoo. Salosman. F'l WIVUEKM, frmrtirml Walebmnkn i. and Jeweler, No. 3 North Cherry atreet. Kaahville, Tenn. floods aent 0. 0. D. fr ex amination, also watchea, te. for repairs received and retarned by Kxprcss. J HOTELS. ATTLE HOI ItE,Uea.Jl A. Ba l I J Proprietor. ITiurcn atreet. Nashville. M M. KtAN CO.. ProprtetoraT UOOTN, NHOEM, Ac. GOOKE. KETTLE A CO. Jobber of Boot and Phoes. 3ft Pub...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 28 June 1872

. Ai Eeeentrie family. Friday Mrit J"9' l97' FOB GOVE'" JOHN C ' towx, or tiiim. FOB COKQRKSS, For Stat Senator. " ear- - Alison, of Williamson. . Uhtiihome. "We are authorized by Gen. "Wiut- tiioeke to annonnce his name as a candidate for re-election from this, lae fctn Congressional District Gen. WmrrHOBSE is one of the best representatives Tennessee ever had in CoDgrcss, and the people will de light In again electing h'm to the position which he has so ably filled. Three murderers will be hung in Memphis the second of August. a couple recenny marrica in Memphis, after an acquaintance of six hours. . , The Herald 6ays dogfermel and Jamestown weeds, are on the public square at Lebanon. The Catholics will soon commence to establish a monastery at Lawrence burg, for educational purposes. One negro man killed another in Giles county lately. AU about aj woman, a9 usual. Mr. A. G. Steele, a prominent citizen of Giles county, was mur-j dered last week by a negro. The j murderer was arret...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 28 June 1872

1 UniiT Eceentrie Family. 9T PBOBQt w. BTHOiT. TOWN AND COD NT Y. OTJIl TERMS. r - AVf aav& afc AioertiWaff One square (ono Inch.) for one insertion, 11.50; each additional inser- mar aii -j :-8- . . . .7 11 wiun considered veuA and coUecuble any time after the first inser Lion Friday TCormiMg, J one 3!, 1879. ETEOKOLOCICAL. Bang mt Thrrmomrlrr and Rnrem ter. at WIiUb. KMMnn r J. if Jamm, for Ik week cMtiag Juae TirERMOMETKBj Bauometer. X o J9.23 29.2S 29X)29J0 29.15'2.04 2U 29.05 20.1O2.17 2tj.it a a Remarks. Clear. Fair. Shower: u CJoudy. Fair. Showers. Candidates Can get tickets at the Herald office as cheaply and neatly printed, as can be omamea anywhore. send in your or ders, t- PERSONAL. IKTEU.IGEHCE. Ourdistiniruibsed feUow-citizon.CoL A M. Looney and lady, while on a recent visit to liawrenceuarg, to breaine tne pure air of Lawrence county, and drink of the delightfal water of which it is so abundantly blessed, and to re new and extend their acquaintance with the polite ...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 28 June 1872

aaaaaaa" 1 'in Weather Signs. - From the Kansiu City Ballet ia. Every man has some way of telling the changes of the weather, or rather having no way of telling what the weather will be. He fixes on some rule andngrees within himself that he will believe the weather to be thus or thus according as his rule demands. These signs do not generally receive from those who follow them a veiv critical investigation. When a ma says "I have noticed for more than forty years that always when," etc, etc, it may be quietly assumed that he has noticed no such thing. He has heard some one say this or so; he has a vague idea that once or twice he lias seen the sipn come true, but the dozens of times when it utterly failed he paid no regard to it. ft is a common sayiue that there will come a change of the weather withtue change of the moon. .Now, as the moon changes once a week, a change of weather must come some where near a change of the moon. But take, aseries of observations, such as those made ...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 5 July 1872

i an 'Mnl "Aani. T IOB8E W. BCTtOAT. I"ranyw truly "free," UfTtha ia purely "briRht," Clara ia "clear" to tee, Barbara, "from afar;" Mabel is Tfry " fir," Henrietta is a" star," Mrearcta"peari" throwa up from the M!rid.J" "mrr-h," Amelia i "sincere," Atathaie"vrrcooa',n Bridirct is "ahinimr here," Matilda I- a - lady of honor tru? iu a" li'ly," Cwulia ''dim oV aitht, Je a rracrful "willow," . .t we " run delist," Elizabeth "an oath,3 pare aa morniw; dew. 8oa is wisdom." U-Utiaie"aJoy," Add,ne"a irinrp, )nlia"a Jrwvl loy " Kcbecca in " OulWol " aa the Hrt of day ; OrmsUnce i "imitate," race la a " favor mt." Charlotte in "nobility," llarri.-t an "odor t-wre," Abrail ia "joyful " aa the robin's lay. r ' Snrih ix " a lady," Isabella ia "fair," Lutinda ia "rowfant," Jemima "wwiim!- ia air." Caroline ia " mriilc-rpiriu-d " and haae ; Lyd'a i a " well," Jadith "a aonjr of iwaia-," Cornelia "harmony," l'ntcilla "ancient it days," oclina "a t.ihtiiiKalc" where' branches ware- Palieaee. Pati...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 5 July 1872

THE HERALD. frlAmy Merniag, Jly A, IS7. FOB GOVERNOR, JOBS C. BKOWJf, r (Hies. FOB COKQRKSS, W. C. WUITTHORSL, r Maury. For State Senator, ' Thos. F. P. Almsow, of Williamson. Mrs. Nancy Twitty, aged about 115 years, died in Marshall county, on Richland C.-eek, last week. The peripatetic editor of . the "Vrfcynesboro Review is now at borne in that city, and it is supposed he will remain there several days. The Memphis Appeal has a com munication, in a recent issue advocating Gen. JosErn A. Mabbt for Congress at the State at Large. Ex-Senator Fowler, of this State, says Tennessee will give from eighty to one hundred and twenty thousand majority for Gbeelet and Brown. ' This, the Sixth Congressional Dis tnkt, is composed of the following unties : Williamson, Maury,Giles, Lawrence, Wayne, Lewi?, Hickman and Dickson. Gen. G. G. Dibbrell, a distin guished Confederate general, is an nounced for Congress in the Knox ville district. Geh. W. B. Bate, in declining a recent call made upon him ...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 5 July 1872

IT 1 - Rati ft fa firi,, 5 (ami Inoh A ior one lnserMon. fj I: aackadditienal iuer- 1 be oiUp UU andeoL after U jt Jur tion. 2 Frl -ffSr Retlnrf of J. M. - fmm, tn week . ending ,-i-Jr TnKRMOMETERJ IiAROMRTER.' x n ket4-Vaii tltte 4 a x x tf c 7 R7 m 72 W ' 72 M H6 72 M 72 M 72 77 7W 71 81 78 71 A. Remarks. to 'I 29.10 29.20 2J 211. J) 29.32'2.31 29.31 2SM 2.2T-I9.27 204l29.1 .1U21..17 -M.M . . . 27, VI ll i! Shower: Fair. u Clear. Fair. T. rShower, si Tbreatnlug XOTICE. All persons Indebted to the firm of A. s. Horaley A Ck, are- hereby- noti fied that indulgence will not longer be granted; and if they wish to save costs they can do so by calling at my office and settling their accounts before the first Monday in August, otherwise I will take it for granted that they are waiting to be sued, and in which they shall not be disappointed. " ' W. If. Ttmmo'ns. rEENOML IKTfXLIGEBiCE. Ed. fieymour, who baa denied oar town with oaths and curses lor a year ov two, is aain in Our Oiidst. Cam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 5 July 1872

THU UOCT Tt Hut 1 " Cbamber Mittic" Baby. Fiery men are easily put out. Labor in vein working in a coal mine. A man's politics are sometimes made known by the papeid worn iu bis daughter's panier. Moderation is the ei'kcn string run ning through the pearl chrin of all the virtues. A Connecticut milkman proposes to grow cocoanuts instead of cowh. A Texas taper desired ifs cotempo rary " to render to wisor the thing that are scissored." The wound of conscience is no war : time cools it not with his wing, but i a ... - ' . - mereiy Keeps 11 open Willi ins scythe. A new way to fieht a du;l let eaeli of the combatants swallow a dose of poison and then toss up for an emetic. How is it a storm looks heavy when it keeps lightning ? and the darker it gets the more it lightens? If you don't look carefully after the bits ot your Horse, you may one day le lookiDg sadly after the bi(s of your carriage. A dog is counted mad when he won't take something to drink, and a man when he takes too much. ...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 12 July 1872

T THWI iNCT TO KAJtKT. bat-tbe appended imi.le narVa ,F? y " ' preatrre aa a-jDearauce of ia. W. C. Q in the Rochester tm aeema When Jaeotieotrted Mary Jane, A lau with at a faalt be thought her. 7,:"iK. ir or rain, A ttired ia his beat he eonght her. a J .beJ'..Prett featire. ; e a be the happiest of creature. Ilia ptent, hearing ho ir ho felt. And nuticlns h a eager flarrr, said : -r-on, be can lions, she won't melt. Doe i t be in uch a preciona Hurry. H r family are not ronownrd - For Jn-ing qotte as meek as Mow, And lome who married in it fona-l ao end of thorn a amorc their nwoa." "I'll try her trmrier," Jacob cried. in all the way hy spite inTentcd," But c er a dozen inuka be d tried. Ilia own good nature aore reprated, The more he teased, to make her mad. Instead of vixen spurn revealing, ne only seemed as meekly sad Aa cornea of wounded tender fueling. No longer areinc room to donbt That ahe was mi id beyond expression, Onr Jacoo bronchi the qncstion out. And he snrrendered ...

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 July 1872

T HE HE R A LT). , jPrldmy IvirisLwfrJmljltt, I7S. '.j -v" "i-OR PRESIDKKT,: HORACE GREELEY. : . . Of Kew York. ..... . !.: FOB TTOt PRE6IDEKT, ' GRATZ BROWN. Cf Missouri. . . ' , FOB OOVEBNCE, ' WHS C BROWN, of Giles. , JORCOSORE8S, ' ' W. C. W1HTTUOB5E, r Maury. For Stafa Senator, ; : i Thos. F. P. Allisow, of Williamson. Some colored people who were celebrating tho glorious fourth, near Chattanooga, were fired upon -, by some white roughs. Six of them were fchot There are 500,000 affiliated free , and accepted Masons in the United States. Of this number 18,601 are in Tennessee. The following named gentlemen compose the Democratic Executive Committee for the sixth congress ional district : W. B. Gordon, of Maury ; John L. House, of William son ; Thos. C Morris, of Dickson ; James McCallum, of Giles ; W. T. Nixon, of Lawrence ; J. A. Talley, of Wayne ; A. G. Cooper, of Lewis ; Lev. McCallum, of Hickman. A couple were married in the Lincoln county jail last week. A queer infatuation...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 12 July 1872

( I TO WNrAND COD NTY, OU It TEBM8. j. ;.r-, 55'5 -Tf'At AI ITT ADTAXCE. IFKOTaH AUYAXCB. . . Bott Adeerrwt'ar-Oae tqsare (on Inea.) Tor one insertion, 11.60; each additional inser tion. i5 cent. .... j a,Trtisut; U1 U considered Gut and collectable any Umt after tha first inser tion. Friday Morning, July 1, IST4. HETEOKOaVOCIICAIw tr. VlMta, nVeaMnr f J. 11. Jam, lor the week. . ending July Thermometer. Barometer ' a.H 29.15 i aUt.i2a.22 ? ' a x c e. tO M 4 71 M o 72 7V M 88 71 (.7 90 HO hi ' W 86 70 2 HO 10 72 iC (W Hi 7U - Remarks. Fair. I M W Clear. jKair. tsnower. .2."i2iU8 Variable. (Clear. BELIGIOCS IXTEIXIGESC'E. The regular appointments for preach ing at Pleasant Moant church are the 1st and 3d Sabbaths of each month, and New Bethany, the 2d and 4th Sabbaths of each month. Rev. Mr. Pool will preach in the Meth thodist church Sunday - sight at the usual hour. PERSONAL 1XTELLIOEXCE. We had the , ploasure of a call this week trorn the following gentlemen, delegates attending t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 12 July 1872

GfiEELEY IS THE SOUTHWEST. A rrMiUfml Itwu'i Views r the lataaaicra. From the New York Sun. Among the members of the recent anti-Grant Conference at the Fifth Ave nue Hotel was General Fits Henry War ren, of Iowa, a perfect representative of grim-visaged war tamed down to a peace ful mood. The General has occupied his time since the collapse at Appomat tox in beating his sabre into railroad iron, and has succeeded in gridironing a large portion of Western Vermont with the product. Like the majority of the men who did the fighting during the late unpleasantness, he came out of ac tion with a due appreciation of the val or and prowess of our Southern breth ren, and prepared to be proud of them as fellow-countrymen. He is a repre sentative man of the great Northwest, full of enterprise and pluck, prominent and influential in his own State, and a fatihful exponent of the sentiments of of the people among whom his lot is cast. The following conversation occurred between tbe General and a...

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. — 19 July 1872

VlfAXKK. At tMtprin, of u uvli la tht craat north ,' f .thewali, ! M nnli fead. - -."rtli U u Barred a lily lowarT Wita daboaU winssat the aid aUaraad. 10 j' J?"8". dropped the eSSrt and An the wonhippon throat to the ihrintba- t j.: : "TiT v" cum" wim eanomi area. waw-a?-sys u. rXZZ hort ininaua. then UHi a ry Xtroach as ambor pan on th aacl' fac lt-rl,.TroW'lt for tB of God, aod it aeemf h ?'eMeith work of thademd nu'i nltf V e oIde,, "aht'that itreami Ontha lot that ore found in th deathleai London Spectator THE LITTLE PEOPLE. Little Johnny Orac, anme cora Into the dram of hie ear ; And when the corn fprontcd Th-little boy rd "Oh don't it (eel jullj queer." 'Boy will be boys," is nonsense. Boys will be men if they live lonj A little girl in Hartford, whose mother promised to take her to see the Jubilee linger, wanted to go early ho that uhe could hear the conundrums. A littfe boy. after watching the burn Ing of the school house till the novelty of the thiug had ceased, started do...

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 July 1872

im.ii i- ji.'.i ...ifT HOIiACjB'. GrllEHLiEV", ."-' -l"" " Of If ew' Tort. .roa tick PKEeiDrsT, ,..... i . GItATZ BROWN,' ' ; , v. .,,..11 j.pj GOffBHoV'";', "t JOHSf C. RBOWV, r jUlles, j '. ' ' jb congress;" ' .; w. c. wmnnoHsc, fxatuy. For State Senator, ;' !,: ! Thos. P. P. AiaisoW, of Williamsonr Gkir. N. P. Baxrs has determined to come out in support of Gkeeletv "'t ' Bad .news . for the Wasningfvn King from one of their friends : Con ; jrreBsmsn Eldbidge, of Wisconsin, . predicts 150,000 majority for Gree LE4n New York. ; ' The , Nashville;' apd Decatur road vu commenced in 1Sj3, built to Co lumbia in 1858, and ran through to Becatur in I860. ! . ' The late Senator, Gimmes was one of the ablest supporters of G kant four - years ago ; but be lived to 6ce Lis er ror, and declared that, "in ability this Administration is the most pu sillanimous aod contemptible, and in morals the most corrupt and rotten, which has ever disgraced the Am erican people." , : . . . , ' Gen. G. J. Pi...

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 July 1872

V K1U1 '1 TOmAHD-COUirCYi aa.aa a YT.AK, paid rsr ADTinx if loilx AOTAXC& , v. for Wtioa, llJ&O; '1 IJCWM. A"" All adrertiiiin v K" A - aiusr mo first inser - uon' - ' I'rlday Hmnlmc Jalria taro C.uae.eU aC J alyl, 1? W . Aecaia'n. . Datly. Lv Nashville 8 00 nm 30ain 4 00 pm Ar Franklin T 00 pm i " olumbia 8.-) pm . 44 Pulaski 10 20 pm " Athens "IS 00 night " Decatur I2 5uaia W57.m fiaopin 2 12 pin ' iwpm t-t'i Aa. s. . Daily. - .4. Aeeaaa'a ex. uaily ex. 8un, J'V Iterator Hi i mn Ar Athens 11 20 pm Iuiaski 12 Mam " Vlumhla 2 30am " FrankUa , 8o2am " AaitfavUle 445am tun am o am 11 &5 am 137 pm S 10 pm 4 00 pm 700 am 8 a am B90am XETEOKOIAXBICAL. lr. mt Wi.t., KMidr.ee of J. Jf. fr t.e week einc; Jojjr as7z. ThkrxoxetekJ Babovkteb. a js Remarks. a.io raw. 2.10 2U.10 29.1'2iff iW.0720.(1i .ona.o.- a.ona.io S9t.14 2il.lti 18.20 KBh overs. tMiower. Kaln. .Bhowcre. Variable. tair. There wm bo Baptist services at iteocher'sJchool House Sunday morn' ing at 10:30 o'clock. Rev. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 19 July 1872

PATEUT D1ILY-WEEXLIES fS. FA TEST OCTSIDES. Wtal a Practical Prtater m Pah Ilaaa ay. . ,- T , From the South Proas. ' ' !"' - ' " L ' In the last ia ie of the Pbkss we took occasion to shadow forth the practical results which would necessarily follow the adaption of the policy recommended by the Nashville Typographical Union to the country publishers, in their late raid into the Editorial Convention. In that article, among other things, we said t . The inauguration of euch a policv would certainly prove a very good thing for the Banner and Union and Ameri can, in whose interest these objectors were doubtless acting, because the fewer excellent country Dapera. the lar ger would be the circulation of their own weeklies, and the greater their political influence in the State. No sensible man can discover any other practical result that could lwesibly fol low the adoption of the plan so rudely thrust upon the late i-ui tonal uouven tion. We recur to the subject now to show that we are n...

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 July 1872

MA, , .y Vkmmm mlmi. (hat lofty taJag.. Tfca palace a Um Uaruoa. Wkvt nana ail cptored king, Ax? artarfeea Ita Jodffamt tntic) Tet, who wrta Omt rtrp can trace Taa bordera cf that fcaaaled place, - Mot la hla waakaeaa awm That atratary aa4 BMU-rel Mud- -Tkat lofty thing tha Huui mind? The Hamaa heart, that resOeac tklng The Joyont and the anfforiitg - The aourec irf pain aad pride, seat of lore- tra lair of Hate Self aunp. acir defied; And yet we bail the aa thoa art, Thoa rrntlaaa tbing the Uoiaaa Heart. The Rnrhaa aoal-that ptartlrr? thing, yalniona and aahliBM! ! The ansrel aleeping on the wing. - - Won by the r-enff of tine: The beaatifal- -the YcUnd-4 be boaml; 1 he i earth enthrall, the frlury arowa. d, . la-aarilteainllapriirm: rnaai HeaTen, U ha , to Rirth Ittbtlr. That ilaillinir, Ulnjj-ihc Human Kotd. AndaochleMaal Oh, ask of him The emu, bat f urt wa if o rr hla viaioa, drear and dim. Tbe wreck of time we driven; If pndearpaaaroa, la their power, Uia alem t' e Ude or tarn...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 26 July 1872

THE HERALD. Friday Mrmlxr,.salj9t, 1H79. FOB PRESIDEKT," 'J ' HORACE GHEELEY," - Of Sew Tork. FOR VICE PEESIDEST, GltATZ BROWNj Cf Missouri. ' -I t FOB GOVESKOB, . ' . '., ) JOI1S V. BKVWK, i iiles. ,r FOB CONGRESS, W. C. WHITTnoRXE, or Maury. ' For State Senator, -' Thos. F. P. Alusojc, of Williamson. For Tax Collector, D. A. Crai.' . The Gallatin Examiner comes out in s long and able article in favor of Akdrew Johhsox for Congress for the State at large. A bold bat unsuccessful effort was recently made to assassinate the King and Queen of Spain. - . i Be careful who you select to make laws for you, at Nashville. Eemera ber that you entrust him with the disposition of money, and in a great measure your liberty and lives. Let him, therefore, be such an one as you know you can entrust with 6uch sa cred and valuable things. ' Let your questions be: Is be capable? Is be honest? ' , Hon. T. A. Hexdbicks, Democrat ic candidate for Governor of Indi ana, recently made the ablest speech tha...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 26 July 1872

TOWtf AND CODKTY. s.5 ATEAtl plin nf a ny asce. f.S.0 IFvSOTUI.ADVAJICa. '4 J Friday Vmrslae: JIr I8T3. Nashville DriUnr K. V.SclMal. Iwaanaeaelmfr Jal;r toL 1!7 . ? , imuy. uany ex. Bun.- ftx.t. Iv Nnahvllle oo put i W am 4 00 ina tx.lumbU SHUpu.. lOWanr"" JlPBj PulnKkl lai'm- 12im . v - Athens 12W night S 12 pro - . " UecaUir 12 SUmn . 3Hi)m' - if .4.' Actvm'H. Lv Decatur . 10 so pm - Ar Athens ,11 20 pm .. Pulaxkl 12 V, am " Columbia SJam ,0 " Franklin 882 am " ' 44 Xasuvllle 'floats , ' 9 Ooaia 11 si am 1 R7 pm' am in inn swain ;!pm - 939am , HETEOSOLOQICAL. Run Of Thermometer and Brom ter. at WialM, BnMeare r J. 1(. Jam. lr Ule week, ending JeUjr Hh. 1S72. . . J " TUEKJUSTSJ Bakometbr. Ml: Cm. Br marks. a 76 73 70 74 M W 74 7tf 76 29.20 28.23 '' UH.lKiaUO .W - 2.lr:3UU Showers. . Overcast. Fair.- . K lew. ' Fair. t . xl Ma i ICleftr. II Ett0AX ISTCLUCESCE. ; Mr.A.IUrr is at Bailey Springs. j Geo. a Mathers, Esq., of Louisville; i Ky., came to Columbia last Saturday niht, and we...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 26 July 1872

Gas Light Its History Petrole-m in Teuessee. Since the beginning of this oentary gM light has boon brought into general use in. our cities and towns. That which is in most general use is produced from coal placed in retorts, and by a process of heat, the gas is generated. Oas is also produced from petroleum. In refining and preparing the crude oil for use, it is placed in stills, and by ap- Elication of heat, a vapor arises, which, eing condensed, prod aces the different light-burning fluids called naptha, gasoline, nigoline, and other kinds. The light of gas produced from coal is very similar to that produced from petroleum, and its many products, but is far more expensive. Scientific men were convinced of the practicability of gas-lighting cities long before it was actually brought into use. The distinguished Dr. Chalmers had lectured upon its practical use, and in building his residence, in the city of Edinburgh, had pipes placed in his house for the purpose of burning gas when t...

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