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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 2 August 1872

Cettjeborg. . - . , STJ.-aiuvuwMik - Written for tbe Baltimore Week); Gazette I nn4 to day apoa the rMtre. VTbrrc once ttie blna briradc were aiaercd, and eared apqn the plain below, U'v which their charging ooluant lauscd. Add tnntrHiir downward. om ht cad. Abs the atoaee no lunger atalacd. I caaM Bpaa a UtUa bmmhmT lbat oniy the Iruut rack bad (rained. A littU moan, loft all alone, t nmartod by flower urr tit's wrtatu Toaao that nire rcpaual Im art Bemcmbcnid him W alcpt beneath. Sat ka!f war liKuVfi by the rraer-. 1 Iunt a brokeu Imirel tan-, "J head Kiard. which raw&furmaa'a baud Uaa kindly placu uimm bia grave; . A ad on It triced there toncajng wtrd, la lct'et I could vraroe cItimj A rebel nan aaknowa who fell Vat to thtMimo n,,er Ko mere and ret what ncmorlr . rtfw4 that arautr ulnte ! A Rain I heart therallylmr nbout. AgalD I :w the rack ablaca. Onca ajore the air with c-aoke was thick; nce gwn the SToond with blood wf wet; iLT"' ,wo aerrenta lithe aa-i fictca. The wrest...

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. — 2 August 1872

THE HERALD. frriday MrittR, Aug. 2, FOB rRE8IDEXT, HOIIACE GltEELEY, Of Kew York. . FOH VICE IEE6IDENT, , GIIATZ BROWN, 4 Cf Missouri. TtiK GOVEHKOB, JOHX V. BRUMS, i Gilek. FOR CONGRESS, -. T. C. TTIIITTIIOBXE, or Hnmry. For State Senator, Thos. F. I Ali.isow, of WilliamsoD Senator Scmner thinks Graxt "wiil only carry four States. Tni: Courier-Journal calls Senator Morton- " a ttateenun." That is tie best joke of the season. Mexico is threatened with a short respite from revolutionary war since the death of President Juarez. Two thousind one huudrcd and four papers support Greelet, and ouelhousmd four hundred and ninety-seven are for Grant. Judge J. O. Shacklefoed, Radi cal Supremo Judfre in this State du ring the days of Brownlow's reign. Las come out iu an able letter in fa vor of Greeley. "Wm. IjOwery, one of the Robeson county, N. C., outlaws, was killed on theSOUi by Robt. Wisuakt, jourp brother of Col. F. M. Wisuart, who whs killed by the outlaws not loin ago. Curisti.se XiLh...

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. — 2 August 1872

TCWN AND COUNTY. OUR TERMS. S3 A TEAR. FAIO IJf ADTAXCE. ftJOW ir SOT IV ADVASCE. - , 2oea of Arfrwtiria One Moare fona !ni-.Vl fr one insertion, f 1.50; each additional ioser- tj.o, cents. - All advertising will ba considered id collectable any time after th first inser- tpa. j Friday nilc, Am.2, I83. METEOSOLOBIl'AL. ' . ir. a A itm, ntiaee r J. 11. Jaaam. for tkt week encUaa; Aaa-. 1- 187. . Thermoxbtkh Baboxkter S X ; o - 29.2329.24 $? X X si t i e. e. o cs r 25 7 96 88 SK 78 91 S 27 72 M S3 2 72 W 2! 74 9 7H 50 7,1 t S8 51 77 SO 72 1 72 Remarks Fair. Clear. w Variable. u Clesjr. Shower. Clear. 29.15 29.18 29..M 2.1S 2M.1M 29.22 29.15 29.11 RELIUIOl'S ISTELLIGEHTj?. Rev. Samuel Lusk, a Baptist win ter preached in the Methodist Chare i in Columbia last Sunday night. . Kev. Dr. K. K. Hargrovo, of Franklin, preached a splendid sermon at Chap eU'a Church, about three miles north west of Columbia, last Sunday. The Rev. James H. Peoples will preach next Saturday evening at 4 o'clock, ...

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. — 2 August 1872

IrMtg tm Tnj. BT ULUT I. DOOOB. KbwHbc. Mr. Is Ike twtilttt Bray, A beuartlfal ck'M iru tryioa to pray ; Hla Ceasa. a t XWi knee, Hh an Hue fort htlf hidden. Ptaeaall-aetllt rwineaabidd-B. ' ABaknartkrtmfalirf si. I It mchti Far. 1 1 I'va aava each tea to-dar. 1 ca aaedly nay air pray-r, I sWt feal )eot Ilka prajinr; I aaal ta he oat noon pteTing, " Aha raa, a! Bdreaaed, aowa auirs. I cat aat tha Imrm la the aarilea bed. BklaNa an pretty and wct and mi : -te-liiit. I (acrc. Ob ! avartUInt la an ane oat there. I waat ta pet It all ia my peayee. (Do yoa aaaw I caa u It by Tea?) "Wbaa I ay. How I lay me' word for word It aeona Hi nf aa If aubiNly beard, Woad 'Ibank yoa dear God,' be rMtt? Ha taw bm bit mamniT, AM papoa and amm v O Biaiaw I yoa aodded I might" "Pta Ms kaada and hldlnc bit faca. Daraaclfaaly yearn! nr. for help and encr. Tba Mm ona bow ben,. Hla nmWi and and Htvtion weet Had led bin close t the dear Lord's feet. jura aie worn uae buk ran. TkMB yoa fur making this home an...

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. — 9 August 1872

rr -.5 u GIIGlLa Zwmm JO run -7 V-W.ItKl Oil," .f"?!1" h? CWe4 other dlsas- "V77?" 3Pwi indemnity acarart , vu oiunii property. M ml ;3Tf MOTK BEQWjnt. rar - Wilcox r.! aPsnealieaf sWvea&rd1 -oHeM teawi OT.KJ. W..J. DALE.AeUT. TENNESSEE MARINE No. Al North OMeffc Street, Jj.firfJ..; MBSCXQBS, 'J -..-I.-V.I Joe. W. Aim, .. RV Cmnkntw. A. G. A pa. . .Ai.x.J. Pearae, ; ' '. A. 9' TaoarMa. rrtin&!oirAiir ciu s dtjctr Trig btjst- l a ta lue'Btott liberal eonttaereial spirit. Cxint the rato ata fair eocapea etion for the kaaardu utim-4, and ezpeets Vatll the neaa wre write emfalaess. reaping; a jut reward for ejrifaBS U performed, j Jog. W. Ai.uk, Preaideat II. Ti. Ct. treoBsc, Secretary ' JOSH. O. BAILEY i CO., A'ts. Wafc-Wv' ' J 'r - - CoUetbi. Tear. ' jTjrjCQMB BRO'fHEKS, t COMISSION MERCHANTS 1 -.)! ' 'V- Ji l l IT tt 1KB .niOLEoALE : DEALERS, vt COLOMBIA. TKNN., Keepest ! all kinds .FUM Seed at very law pi kt-C , JCy,TU"ajr New-KveivtBiasbagnt to rot Cat and eTeiyUnagselauiw....

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 9 August 1872

'HI . ' is' . i i : I XHEgERALl). Frldavr ffIortaIn.K, Aug:. . for PRESIDENT. . . 1 ."HOIIACE GREELEY, "- ri!"QB TIQH FKESIDENT. i GKATZ BROWN,! ' 'V..'. ! " --. . .f,r ....... , -l iTOB CflKORESL. i to i C WHITtlIOItS,r Haary. i . t -m t , .For, State Senator, ' ; 'Tjos. F. I P. Axjuso, of, Williamson " ' - i I . A DUA8TB0US .fire, ccfirred in .nasnYiiie - last -aiondajr,,vmorninjr. TLe . property was insured to Hit; amount of 572.000. , ' ' . 1 v-i V ',.; , Cot' W. S. McLeuokk's ifrieud had bonfires had $llum.pat1oi3 in "" Spring Hill And CuUeoJia,'. in thi ' ' county,' Saturday ' night, and gave' every evidence of jojr.'over 'hief' elco ' ' :tion. ... , 'CS.' ; Senator' SirkKEB"; baa written ,'' , 1 .- long and able letter to a to'utnber oi ; '' Reading' colored men, who asked bim whom they fihcmld vote for, Gueelf.) , i or Grant, .lie cpmey but uncqxuvdr eally forGEEELET, and'jcvery.iegro in the South should read his letter.'" ' . , A'magsificest exposition of gaf, i den and '.....

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 9 August 1872

TOTIN AJSIHX)PJrrYv tor w nwu aw r.4vrtettir ejidered GvatP A protracts .meeting was" leld In the Soath Columbia MetbodiabChwrcb, Jaat week,'oondacted by Rer. A W.- Scaith, the, past ar,,- ho was assisted fcy Kev. Dr. Mack, and Reyi. W. It Vernor, of the Tftfc ly MH Mi Chmroh-.. Had. .good la believed to hare beea done,' by pto dosing a deep xeUgiotiafeeJing in the co no canal ty. v.i . 4 'V..7.V '-'.U Dr,A,I, P.Oreeri will bold hia foarta round ot Qnartenr Meetings t the-fol lowing iiaaea and places: . Duck Klvef Cirenit, Atnr. 31,SepC l; CaUeoka, Sept. 7, 8; Columbia, Sept. 14. 15; Spring Hill, Sept. 22; Ifebo ftod-MTUllanwportj Kept.' 28,20; ..Mt4j neasant, Oct. 5,' 6. Caatpwieetwg at WhiUker'g Camp Ground, near' Hurricane Switch, will commence on fbowday evening, -Aug. 29, and will hol4 orne.wk,:, ; The f noeral aerveoe of a deoeajwd lady took place in be iqlnlty ol tbeWetbo diet Churoh, ..last .Sunday morning, at the oeual.hoar of eery ice, and Dr. Smith dispensed with service ...

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. — 9 August 1872

.4 -v Gfi SeMtmkB8 for 1872 & 1SJ3. That I wont smoke enny more ci gar! f n!y at sum body else's expense. Tht i wont borry nor lend ospc cily If nd. That i wiU llv within mi iukum, if 1 bav to get trusted tew do it. That i will be polite tew evry body, exerpt muskeeters and bed-bugs. That i wont advise enny body, until I kno the kind ov advise they are anxious tew follow. That i wont wear enny.more tite boot, if I have tew go barefoot tew do it That i wont eat enny more chicken soup with a one-tined fork That I wontswop dogs with m man. unless i kan swop two for one. That I wont objekt to enny man on ackount ov his color, unless he happens to be blue. 11 That i wont swear enny, unless 1 am put under oath. That i wout beleave in total de pravity, only in gin at 4 shillings a gallon. - That poverty may be a blessing, but if it iz, it is a bleating in oisgui-e. That i will take mi whisky hereafter straight straight to the gutter. That the world owes ine a living provided ijearn 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. — 16 August 1872

S i ! , mm'Ju --- iT V" W xlz&ry Osuiiiy iJircctery. ; - .-v,.- LAWYERS -.:'. . , Attorney atLnw, , Will attend all Cewrts U he koldea for Maarr ud adjoiaiac eoaatiea. GSee: Waitteecne Week. fen W, "71. CHAata.ES CLEAR, Atttoraey at EasSui attenttoVfivea U SfertfetSTal claiwi. - l p. niEueir, ! " ' . AUoraynnd CoaaaeDftT at Law. . ' Columbin. Ten. . ..iT. ln several Crmrtt of Man-prt-me and Federal Courts at Naauvllle .l tv 5 ' Market HUeet, wine formerly occuplod by Frlersnn A Klem log. . , , s- . ... , . .. yan.i.Ta. Hill rtcrua. Attorney at Law A Solicitor in Chancery. w it " , VnlmaMm, Tea. rmeU ''"rt of Maurvaad ad-ioinia- coaaUes. Office U U. Waittherae t,,0!'- inch 13 '71. JT. L. t.'OClIKAX. . , Attorney at Law. Aad General Collecting Agent. Culnmtrin. Trail J usr n. BONO, ' ' - Atto.-ney at Law, n Culumliitt, Trnn. Ir-iinpta'traUongirea to collection. ' ; ,r itmnv. m. RrKtr, . Attorney at Law, ' Oilmmhit, Trnn rrnmpt attention Elvcn to ail liusiii.-kst-u--tmsUHl to hU cu...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 16 August 1872

THE HERALD. Friday raralff Amjf. lsJ, lT. , - '. ' . . '6b rnEsiDEXT," HORACE OllEELEY, t.-i'- Of Btw Xerk. . , FOB VICE PUKSIbEKT, i. GliATZ brown; " i Of Misroari. . .. ' j Hi 1 i '; FOB GOVEKKOR, ! ? IOU5 C. BBOWS, of Giles. FOB OONQRB8S, r '! W. C WHinUOBSE, f BM17. - ; For State Senator, -', Cho. P. P. Aixisok, of Williamson. ;' "Wavmesbobo is to be incorporated at an early day. (Jkn. Atkixs' majority, over ilon. D. B. Thomas for Congress.in the sev enth district, in the primary elec tion, was abont 2,000 rotes. The dis trict is composed of eleven counties. Lax don CILiykes has received the nomination as the Democratic caudidate for Congress for the ninth district, composed of Shelby, Fay ette, Tipton and Hardemen coun ties. . . Andrew Johnson has made an other masterly speech, in which he mai-es a terrible arraignment ot the Grant administration, and an nounces that' he will support Greeley. Ex-President Andrew Johnson will speak in Nashville to-morrow at eleven o'clock. He wa...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 16 August 1872

rUtUdrertiilat trill eonstaraM ana MUacUbU hti it first. ia tioa.- " A Friday V 1- w otx tun & on tim - Athens ii i I u ToSm ? ' r Decatur ' iisbum V iik--V- -- M. N. Ma4 Lv Decatar 10 au pm Ar Athena ; 11 20 pm " FnlHKkl uuw " lumlla a Warn " Franklin Saaam. Nashville.. 4 Mam 4 00pm . 633 Dm t. 7 20 pm . 715 am 8 48 pm 8 87 am fiopm (Wtm - HETEMUIICAU l KMC of TktnMmltr Mrf Barenw- James, for the WMk eawsiBa; AwT. let. i87a. TRERKOMETBK BAKommtR' ... si V a. o t- . i . 29.27 92 2fl.27j29J ' 29.20 29.1fli2J 28.29 28.19 ' . ' 29.1 29.18 29.15h9.17 S? . si i a e n ft 72 M R2 tl 73 M O 10 7J 9S- M 11 70 Ml 12 73 M W 1.1 7S 95 K4 It 7 86 83 loj 73 I Remarks Overcast. 44 Fair. Shower. Clear. Oar friends mast bear in mind that we charge lor all calls upon gentlemen to becomo candidates, the same as ad Tertiseoients. AKOTJHDTVWK. ... Oliver York is with Sheegog 4 Son. There are cow' fifteen prisoners In our jait awaiung trial rorwarioua of fense. ' The next session of Ineleside Acade m...

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. — 16 August 1872

The stock of coffee in tbe principal European entrepots on the 31st of May was 93,610 tons, against 96,980 and 104, 070 at the corresponding period of 1871 and 1870 respectfully. The imports into the Bix principal ports of the United States to the end of May were 54.703 tons, against 65,800, but in view of the abolition of the duty, which took effect July 31st, the deliveries were only 42,000 tons, against 57,000, leaving the" stock in first hands on the 1st ulu 19.000 tons, against 15,000 in 1871. The shipments from Rio de Janeiro during May wre only 32,000 bags to tbe States, against 108,600, and 24,000 to Europe against 72.200, making a total from 1st July to 31st May o? 884,000 Lags to the States, against 1,380,000, ard 4S7,000 bags to Europe, against 828,000 in 1S70-71; at the latest date the receipts were about 1,400 bags per diem, and the stock was 140,000 bags. The quantity afloat from Ceylon and the Malabar coast is 9,100 tons planta tion against 16,200, and 2,200 native ag...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 23 August 1872

LAWYERS. I KBiinn, "- " i : - A. - AttMMf At LaW, . Oil ififa. Tina Will attend all Oeoris to be holden for Utu; ad adjoinhka- Bounties. Omoo ; Whitthora o Mock. feb It, fTl. . Cuaju.es ci.kak. t . , ; Atttornoy t S. V Special aiteatioa given U the ooUortioaol Claims. Gp. miiMv, f wuJ?r!S5icdn CoorU of Mau ry and 4JoJntn oantiea, and in tire Ka Ji.."! CfKaU NashvlUe Prompt attention rlren to eollnrtiona.. rx. flee in Lawyer-, filSk, W mSSusU same formerly oocupied by Frieraon A Flern. '! Lian.1. Ti. Attorneys atLaw Anchor in Chsaoery . Will praetie i h UwCort of Haary aid ad. i?"'0 WtM. .OttM U tbe Whitthnrn block. . ..,. mchl5.'71. JT. I VOCHBAK, . , Attorney at Law, And General Collecting- A rent. - Oolumbim, Tat JOH3T B. MID, Attorney at Law, Cbfanois, Tea. Prompt attention (iron to eoUoetioaa. ROBT. K. XeKAT. Attornbt at Law, . . Columbia, Thm Prompt attention Riven to all t uk I nr en trusted to bis care. Oflloe: Whitthorno Blocks- fjune 21-ly. BlVinCi SBELTOB'. iUUf W. STOCKBL...

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

aj:i; -rt.r. ti, FOB PEXSlIpT, , , HORACE -GREELEY, Of New York!1 j'; (FOB VIC'S rEESIDEST, --ORATZ BROWN, "' ; '" Of Missouri. ' '; . , :; " FOB dOVrSKOB. Jons c. bkowk, r ones. ! ! i . fOU CONGRESS, V W. C WHITTHOKSE, or Maarr. i vi i' .(!-- ., ..; ! FOB OnNCIRKHS STATK AT LAEQ B, B.1 CUE1TUAI, of Coffe Conaly. v ' J L. .,;,. ,.it For Stale Senator, Thos, p. p. Allison, of WilUaDiROP. A Bnncn-D fellow named Atwooo recently swindled the batiks of Lou isTille out of half a million of dol lars.' . . t .... . - A' Ehisoceros got -loose from is circus recently in a little town in II" linois, lore away from twenty-four men who had him. by rings in the note, smashed up the tents, killed two men and wounded two.' IIekbt JYfLBox eays the "ideas of the , Jlepublican., party are heaven decended.". . As . Lucifeb is also "heaven descended," he doubtless en joys the company of the Republican party. '. Tux Alabama Claims arc likely to be'ewamped by an immense set-oil'. A Washington dispatch say...

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

7 town ahd county; OTJIt TERMH. 3.S A TEAR, rAt TV ABYAXCC tl.oo ir ji a a .At;., Pr All eavertisinr will be eon silk red nod collectable My Urn after the fint inser tion. - - ? - . i I rida) "lormlas, Amj:.3, I8TS. Xafevill-V . tar R. ft. XfMm ( nmrarlBf faalajr, JLmgna atla. Xo. 7. Jfov. S. Ace . inUy. I.v Nashville Soupm Ar Franklin TWpm "Columbia 830 pna At bond ' 14 01 Mil w lx-entur 12 00 am Dally ex. Son. 00 am 4 00 did 66 am U) pm 11 10 am II fit am Ufa. 4. iMpm . ewpra . Dully, Dally ex. Sun. ex.8. Lv Docat ur . 10 So nm . g ir,iin Ar Athens ,11 20 piu . 4 00 pin . " I'ulai.ki' 12.V, am ' 5 34 pin " n.iluinlda -2mui .raopm -" Franklin . 852am V - 85 pm ' " Nashville- 4 45 am .. 015 pm 715 am 8 37 am taoam Our friends must bear in mind that wo charge lot all calls upon gentlemen to become candidates, the same as ad vertisement. ., IT.." ,', - , REL.I6IOC8 ISTEULieEXrE. ' Itev. Mr. Davie, of Xaahville, preached an able aud effective sermon at Lassen, in this county, Jast Saod...

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

. ww t.s OS j Cam ta a short article we find float bag around on the unknown seas of journalism that many men should paste In their hata aud ladies in their bon nets, if room can be found "on the little dock of a thinir." These people, liable to quick emotions with 6euae but not reaaon, showing their nature in their countenance, and often marring repose and friendship by unwarranted sus picion, are found in all our cities. Let them read and profit by this : There are Borne people, yes, many people, always looking out for Blights. They oannot carry on the daily inter course of the family without pome of fence U designated. They meet an ac quaintance on the street who happens to be preoccupied with business, they attribute his abstraction in some mode personal of themselves, and take urn brage accordingly. .They lay on oth era. the fact of their irritability. A fit of indigestion makes them eej iroiierti- nence in every one tncy come in cou tact with. Innocent persons, who never dream...

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. — 30 August 1872

Uaray Ccanty Directory. LAWYERS. 1 EHISIOi A. .AttorasyatLaw, Colwmbut, Tnm, Will attand all Coarts to Tm holden for Muit aad atlioiaiag eoantios. Osasai Waittharaa Mock. ffab M, TL CHAaTXZS) CLEAK. " AtttonwatUwj. Special eUsatioa given to ths eollecttraol clanaa. - n r. rxiExsos. vJ. Attoraevand O Attoraejaadboajaallor at ht, . wwww, I emu. WU mUc In Um several Courts of Mjiu ry nd rtjotnina; eonnties, and in the Ha r", " Federal Courts at Nahvll! ITompt attention siren to collections. Of fice In .Lawyer Block, Wert ftftu-fcet Street, aaroa formerly occupied by Frieraon A Flera ' (Jan. 1. Ti. Him. 4t nerEKM, Attoraeyg itUw A Solicitor! in Chan eery. arm . Ooimmbta, Tow. WlUaraetlea laths Court of Maury an ad. JoiaiM owaaUaa. Ottos in taa Whitthnrna bloe- lmchl5.'7L JT.L.VfCBIU, . . Attorney at Law, An Oonoral Collootinc Agent, Columbia, Tmn JOHN A. MHO, Attorney at Law, Columbia. Tout. Prompt attention (iron to collections. ROUT. M. BfeKA Y, - ArroKjrr at Law, Columbia, Trnn Promp...

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. — 30 August 1872

V rrlstaynoralasr, Assr. 3, l7. c ..: i FOB PRESIDENT, - - -. ; HORACE GREELEY, ?.-, , Of BewToik. : ; ' FOB VICE PRESIDENT, GRATZ BROWN, . Cf Missouri. 70S GOVEKMOB, JOBS C. DSBWX, r lilies. FOB COKO&E8S, - W. C. WHITTHOBSE, f Maury. FOBC0XOBE8B STATE AT LAROE, B. 1. CUEATHAB, of CoOee Oaaty. For State Senator, Thos. F. B.. Allison, of Williamson. The Lebanon Herald says Man test" and 'induetriouscet'. bril- Ex-President Joiikso.v will tpeal in Gallatin tomorrow. An extra train will leave Nashville. Gek. Whitthobxe and his oppo nents have openedthe canvass in ear nest. A long list of appointments is published in the Lawrenccbnrg Jour nal. They will speak in Columbia Oct. 7th. Gin. Mintt, of the Federal Army, has just declined to address the Grant Club at Nashville, and plainly declares that he will support the Cincinnati Platform. Gov. Brows will speak at Lewis burg on the 2d of September. ' lie is the favorite of the people of that county, and no doubt there will be a large cr...

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. — 30 August 1872

TOUU AUl) COUNT V lit advert Uiaa will be eoaai dared and eIiet-tahieaaj lime after the first inser tion, .-v i ' ' Friday tlwrmlag, Afr.?, ISIS SstIII a Bmrtiir R. R. Sehralrile, ' Wet.?. Ka.tviM.i. IJftilJ'. Daily ex. Sun. , ex.8. I - Vuh rillp OH r.m soft 4 OB rim r Franklin 7 00 pm " Columbia 830 pm lu labia 10 20 pm . - Athens . 12M am " Uecatnr IS SO an. 8 55 ana 8 15 am 1240 pm 11 JO am 11 60 am ' COAnm Wpni Dal It. Daily ex. Pan. . . ex. 8. I.t Decatur lu av pm At Athens 1120 pm " Pulaski 12 55 am " Columbia 2 80 am Franklin 852am Kau villa 4tim a i ipm -4 (K) pm 533 nm 7 20 pm 8 48 pm 945 pm 715 am 8 37 am 880 am ETEOROLOeiCAK, Baasre f ThrnaanHrr aad Karom- !. BmMcm of J. H. ?" for tli week ending- An( TltERXOMETER Barometer a a 4' B V! S M X : : iO CS 72 . 'fS7 75 W 71 73 w ao 74 S8 HI 75 US S5 74 83 W 73 Remarks. I9.S5 29.25 2H.2V2U .Fair. Variable. Clear. 29.13 2D.16 29.12 23.18 Fair. 2H.2T. .9.18 Variable, 2JH 2K.17 29.17l29.12 29.10 Aw drew Jcknaaai Speak la Cw lav An...

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. — 30 August 1872

Tie Elme Laws. Many of oar readers who ltare often beard of the Connecticut "bine laws" have probably never had an opportunity of perusing that celebrated code- The terri tory now comprised in the state of Con necticut was formerly two colonies, Con necticut and New Haven. The colony oi Connecticut was planted by emigrants from Massachusetts and Windsor, in LC33, and Hartford and Wethersfield, 1635-36. The other colony, styled by its founders the dominion of New liaren was founded by emigrants from England in 1638. The two colonies were united in 1665- The statutes copied below, from' an ancient Tolume relating to the history of the American colonies, were enacted by the people of the "dominion of New Haven," and being printed on bine paper came to be known as blue laws: The governor and magistrates convened in general assembly, are the supreme power, under God, of this independent dominion. From the determination of the assembly no appeal shall be made- The governor is amenable to ...

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