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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 6 September 1872

LAWYERS. at. lISHHi ' -V - r :V A. AttanMTrtTUw Witt a'dead ell Cenrts take aoktea for uHSSf aad adtetaia- aoaatiee. ; !:' OmeeYWkittkerire block. Jftfcai.TL AtttorBev at Law, ' " . tWasiKa. Taa SeeeUl attention civea to tha oUeetioa at deltas. ' . . r. rmiEBMir, . " r"r Atteraeyaad Coeaselior at Law. : wupnoim in uw eeveral Court or Man rymaa MUoinlBc counties, and In the K tirem aad Federal Courts at Nashville II floe in Lawyer's Block, West Market Street, wune formerly occupied by Frieraon A Flem ing. . (jan.L'Ta. ILL riSFEKM. Awmn at Law Solicitors it Chaaoerj , trilaaifiaa. Tea. Witt practice la tke Comrtr of Manrvead ad leiatM eantiae. Ofiee ia the WktUborM Meek. . man 15,71. JT. L. VOCHKAaT. Attorney at Law. Ant General CoUeetiat- A cent, Columbia, Tewa- JOHX B. M, Attorney at Law. CWumMd. Tom. Prompt attention riven to coUeotioai- RWmT. X. Meal AT, Prompt attenUon given to all )n"" en trained to tola care. Office: Whiuhprna Block.. Qnneai-ly. AV1C. SBSLTOS. ' altW.BtCHLU STO...

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. — 6 September 1872

rrlday ITIar Klff Sept . iS78. - rnrrrj HORACE OREEJLYvi .iUh.,. . .Qf Ikew-YoHc-.y .,.-.. h.j ( , , ro Vice presides V, l";,r' .'V! ,,,, i..,...V'J Aiiatterl., i 1 I.FOS UOVKESOE, I lHI C. JtBOWS, er Ciller.. . fl . ..ii . '. FOBV CONGRESS ''- W. C.rWHITTIIfsKXI r in fit ory i Ton CONGRESS STATTE A LA. BO - B. F. C1IEATH AH,r Ceffee fJonaty. . For State Senator, ' . Thos. F. P. Allisow, of 'Williamson ,. Let ns harmonTze,' and close this bickering between those who should 1.- 1 ' 1 ,. be friends. Ex-President Johnson will a4 drees the people of this county to1 morrow, in. the Athenteum Grove, in this city. Msj. F. C. Dunnington . has been invited by many citizens to answer Mr. Johnjon, in the event Gen. Cheatham does not come. . No matter haf amount of admi ration we have for Mr. Jonxsox'f intellect, wc must "work against him. If he runs the race through be' will cost to the State at the least calcula tion three C jngressmo l. - : The North and South road will be finished by the 20...

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. — 6 September 1872

TOYItf AUD COUNTY; ea.se 'AirvwAr;3. iAertisinVwiM n$3 aadeol -Aft iajer- tlOB. R7S. t J f"A.f ,. - .. . Lt Nabvlllert pe SO am 4pm Ar FrmnJtllBu7U0jn (;t55ara "'500pm " PnlaWl. pm' 11 9 nm " Allien - am it w am " Dwrtifi bin fit 'lia - - . r .kOy . Sonr ex. 8, i,v iipraiur iu au pm - s lTpm - Ar AUieus., UaUim. . 4 00pm Pulaski 12S5amlm ' " (Uw Juta J am" " T an pm M Kfanklinv JSZam" " Hfflpm " Xaahcllle Sam 1 45 pin ' ' iuTKomdLoeicAi: 7 15 em 887 am tam a: Wiataa. Bmiinre f J. H. Jaaeaa for kv .ayeeev ewdiag Sept. la, ins, - .i BAiirui. " "-r'i Jle marks. 2B.J029.li 3A.lHi2V.10 JB.27 . M.tf.3o Variable Clear. Fair. i Clear. (Fair.. Clear. BELICIOrS IXTELLI4JEHCE. . ..... t . " . - " Kv. W. X. Nelson. Pastor of the Rantl't Church at Edgefield, will preach in the Masonic Jlall Hnndsy morning at 10:30 o'clock, and Sunday night at 8 o'clock. ' '. . . Iter.' J. M.P. Otts,nnd family, left Montvale Springs, a lew aays ago, ana went to Loekeut. Mountain. They are much improved in health,...

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. — 6 September 1872

The Petrfflei Fa. Qraw a UtU far leaf, frees and ilender. Vaiaiat aalieatfJ ui fibre tepdor. Waring wfcea the wiadertptdoaa ao low; Raiaaa tall aad fraai aad bom grow roand it Play fa I aaabeaau darted in and found it; Bat foot of aiaa o'er earn that way ; EartlCaa yvaBf aad keopinc holiday. VwlacaT Last Taera cam a tboarhtful man, Searcaiaf natare't secret far and deep Froaa a tasara in the rocky tteep Ho withdrew a ttnao a'er which there raa Fairy peaoiliaga, a qaaint den fa. Laafara. Teininsa, fibre, e'ear aad fine Aad the fern's life lay ia every line. So 1 think God hides some life away. Swiftly to iurprisa at the last day. SowIbc Grass Seed Alone Mr. Charles I. Flint, good authority on grasses, says: Hriy tail seeding wiliiout cram Bhonld be adopted in practice, in pre ference to seeding in spring. As a general rule, it is poor economy to take any grain crop either with or without immediately preceding the weeding down to gratis. That the grass being the ultimate and paying cr...

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. — 13 September 1872

LAX7TSRS. 1 a 3 ' " - i- ' t A. A haWfa. ri Will attend ah" Cftrb U be fceleea for Maary --I aainf-ia eenatte. c aaaaMaaj m wwi fHaalUa. 9mm - T a EtMU IiIm.' fivea te UMeeueoUoaot G.F Atl-aWftatUw. r WTI practice tn the aeverai Courts of Mea iawf adjoining eoanties, and In the Pa prpoM and Federal Gouts at NaahvlUe Prompt atteattoa given to eotoetke. Of flee In lawyer Bock, Wort Market .street, mine formerly occupied byfTlereoa.nna. lag. --.y "... - ,s Usa.L'n. Eitt. ncrtni, AdrsawatJUw A &tteUen is Cfcaaesry. WillBeleelB laeCWO ef Mearvand ad -- i a tiiin 71m. "'iu tiuiui., Ottoeia the Waitta-a Hook. :.. (acal 71. JT. I VeMWBAir, Attomejr at Law. Asa Oeaeral CeUeetiag TH B. MSB. l Attorney at Law, : CbleaKa, .Teaa. ' Froapt stteaUoB gives to eoliectiens. IBBT. M. IrKAT, , AROBJfKT AT AjAW, Prompt attention given to all hasinflssen t leted- to his care. Offioe: Whltthoroe Block. . , ... Jitnea-ly. PA TIB O. MCLTOS, ALBRT W. STOCCaXb STCEIX maXTa. Atterney at Law, , : Columbia, ...

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. — 13 September 1872

3 ii I Hhi 1 Jli II A 1 U I I'rMar ilermlmm, Kept-1. 1979. HORACE OREELEYJ I lit OfSWtMt !( .rtOtj ...i r t. -: . rsESiDESiT,,. ,,., ".J-. GliAT5' BROW-NV"' I f . " " --nr- - V v.! i 1 . t , i " vox CMVXXXOX,-' ' ' r f '." W. C.rWlIiTThOBWfi, of Sfaary. : !'' . ; ' - . i ..if , - t j f .,t ; -' ' ' VOX OONtHlKtS STATE AT LA.ROB, i B. r. CttEATnAWftf CITe Cwwnty. . i;Ci i Pot&tat Senator, r ,."-1 Tana. F. P. Atxruftv nf rWHTi rrvoT. Got.,;Jbnjr . C.'.bxorjr.aaa JLl'A. FBtBsTew, .candidates for Governor, will speak t jhis place n the 2th of thepreeoqf month.. ,'!'. '.' I' seTeralJ years' past the Nasji- . Tills,. Banner ha ;pcen miking open sini onacrupnlotii war urton Democ- ' racy,' and now It tomes out boldlj and denounces the South because it went into the late war. -What next ? Orantwml ' . t.;. ,,' - 'A disastrous fire occurred at Meru phia on thedUi in&U The.losn is :e tim&tedat $200,000; total insurance. $8000. "W." g. Brnce ,Co., W.p, Greenlaw, John Oyerton, . Srn...

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. — 13 September 1872

TfinBlaBFAT .-a. Itlt JT3t.TT I.I MVM L in TV. - -aa ..AivJ; r. T0TN.Ai)0NTY; sot is utaiw, , aar AVtwnitttm mi swc-'huiM-i gl aad eoUaotaMe any UfW lb fiisvfcutar- Friday Vsnr.aCmlUlft, .V.'j. !-T. . T Amiiy. Ually ex. Kim. ex.K. . r"" r.siopui -,. - , i At AtbeaB. , U au pra. , . 4 oopiu , " Fla4.-ii 4540 f... Sitfpm -" CoiamWa !4ia ( 720 pmi - Tl.'.am " Jratikiii, tSiHtn-eta pin- i 7am rashvllle -swain' 45 pro - a)in . itt i ... .;- ETBOKOLOeiCAL. ' BaMffe af Tkarmasnarrr an . at Wialn, stl- af J. H. Jnrae.'-fr ike week canUa Seat. lStfc. 1171. - ' TnirnxoynrrrttB B.VRovwt-wt-'l" " an,.;.":: v Remarks. 82 14 HI - .H 2.l 2B.22 SB 29.2J 2H.15 Clear.'' Z.lt XeMertIr ExeentlTcrninilttc.for . . JinfTBnty. , r t; P. B. Coopkr, Chairman; James A. 8a DBMS, CTW lUOMA. i . -n.-rfln) - i ' - . i i : lor e-l kcmim: iirrELLisxre. Rev. J. M. P. , Otts piritheJ morning and evening last Sunday,, and, thoagb be -is "now befrtt -Prbjrtery, U w ill return and preach in his own ptrlpit at 10J a. mC,...

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. — 13 September 1872

Tbe Secret trf Yankee Prefpcritr. ! Under this bead the veteran editor of the Mobile Register, Hon. John Forsyth, has this to say : A (Southern man arler having made a flying trip thjotigh the New England BtateH, cornea back filled with astonish ment i what he has seen, and per fectly diFcouratred with his own section or country. There he saw little vil lages sticking in the midst of barren and uninhabitable mountains, with no surroundings to support them, evinc ing a spirit of life and rrosneritv un known to even our large towns the recognized trade-centres of our best agricultural regions. And in the ctruntry he saw little farms producing ne nni-ciae j-ngiisti gardens, thougl on soil originally too poor to have grown bear grass, and in situations that a JSouthern man never would have thought capable of being; ion verted into a coat rasture. The i-eo- 4e, all as a general thing, swm con tented and prosperous; and if be had inquired into their circumstances lie would have found, str...

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. — 20 September 1872

Mwstdaw BpeaUnc: JTke AIs we KrMtkc; Harlan, Q W fdanjfc Co-fc M L Stockard, BELIGlOUa JITOIUMiyB; MABKIAeK, - - - - , v iru ii 1 1 1 1. i j i riiuii w tcnnW A JUT r-? : r- -LAWYERS. - i 14" ItMff at La. r ? ; f Gearta tob uoldca forifur Itl SMtfOiaiag NUUM - ! WUUMIM DUMK. ireD2t,71. -' -; AtUoraeyutLaW, , (Mumbim, Teas Special atteattoa given te te collection ol claims. Attorney aud Counsellor at Law. Pr' in Un aeveral Crmrts of Han- counties, and In th Hn Federal Courta at Nashville Prompt attention given to collections. Of. and Fe nee in Ltwrrn Riock. wt u . arne formerly occupied by Friemon Flem- hill riersMM. 11 Attorneys at Uw jfc Solid ton iaChaaoery. WTO practice la the Court of Maury and ad joiaiag oouaUee. Office ia the Whitthorne "" imehloTl. T. I VOOIRAH, . , Attorney at Law, And General Colleetinr A rent. Columbia, Tea J II B. MID, Attorney at Law, , ' ' Columbia, Tow. Prompt attention given to eoUeetions. ROBT.3K.XfeK AT. Airuaxar AT Law, Columbia, Ten Prrrmpt attenti...

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. — 20 September 1872

THE HERALD. Friday trnl7, Sept. o, !. '.'- FOB PRESIDENT, ' ' i HORACE aitEELEy. ; Of&ewYork. TOSi VICE PBF.9IDEXT, ' GHATZ I3ROWN, ; t'f Mismari. I . . 1 t on uorukou, ' , . JOUX J. KBUV.V, r Giles. i FOR Co.VGEEwj, . .. . ; W. C. WHITTIIORXE, T Haary. FOKOOXOBESS-aTATE AT LARGK, B. T. CUEATII1M, of Cotfc (un(;. 'For Stale Senator, ' Thos. F. P. Allison, of Williamson. Cheatham, Johnson ami Miynard will speak nt Pulaski, Oct. Qik. ''' The terms or twcMy-tour United States Senators will expiro cm the 4th of next March ini.eleen Keptih licans, four Democrats aud one Lib eral Republican. ' Tue Repubiicaus of Uie Fourth Congressional district in convention the other day, nominated the Hon. W 11. Wiseneb as candidate for Presi dcntial elector a-id Hon. 15. M. Till mii as candidite for Consrese. TuEgubernitoi ia'caud dttesipoke at Lebanon Tuesday, and will add rest the people here next Thursday, the 2Cth inst. The candidates for the State at large seem to have given Colombia the go-b...

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. — 20 September 1872

Ink mm AtlD -COUNTY. ItirATEAR, FAI IX ADVANCE. s. t" ar All advertis'ia will b eonsldered Catk and aoiiactable any time after th Ant inter- tion. ' ' . J- ulcr V AdiKrtmij One ruare Tooa inch.) for one inaertiaa 11.60; ach additional inser tion, Wcaata. - - . . aVrldary iorlwg. Sept. ttft 1878. Xaliville Wk Dectatar K. at.' Sh4ale, xmiMMlir: Mataater, Aagast Ails, ISIS. ., a. 7. Lr Naabvllle 6 00 pm Ar Frank Uu T OU pm OolambU 8u pm Pulaski 10 20 m V Athena., J2 01 am If. S. ' Af rmn IJaily ex. Sub. ex. 8. -. UO am 4 00 pm . , j am ' 6 00 pm . H to am J ' 6 90 pm lii i pm 11 lo am Decatur 12 50 am" ll 50 am t .'... .Pally. Dally ex. San. ex.8. It Decatur loaopm SlSpm r " oiumuia., awaur ' ,apio Vwuiklia, SuZam ""4fpm tu4U viUu ; 5 anv , i . j pm , !MMH-rr lf i EtEOBLOICAL. 715 am 87 am am Banff T Taenaaaa u Brm 4.atWlalM, Hlrf v J. II. 'Jm,- r- Ike week .cadia; fcept Wlfcv lA - -I - TBERXOMETEKil Baroxeter. I Uf ; j .f. ' ,.! -.. I W w Vl ,,.. f - .l e.4. a II .... ,e:! ., s-r v: 1...

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. — 20 September 1872

r roa XOtK tViTimr Post Oar increaaoin alllAo chief articles of agncultaral produce, as Bhown by t he census repor is something enor mous. . Wine hac, increased fourteen fold Rinoe 1R0 and nearly doubled in tlie last decide, California being its chief prtxacer. llops have increased seven fold in the Bame time, and more than doubled in the last ten years. New York growing wu-tuuus mi uie wuoie crop. Barley lias increased six fold. Max six fold, and flaxseed trcblod. Wheat trebled and oats doubled. insii potatoes Lave only increased one third, and fewect decreased 011c- nau. a-iyo stoct have trebled in value, and now amounts to the handsome total of one thousand five hundred and twenty live millions of dollars, or an average of "er.y hundred dollars for every in me nation. Animals 6lauehted have ncarlv on vl- Tupled in value, now amounting to four nuiKired millions of dollars annually. Wool has increased from sixty, to one sunared millions 01 pounds. Cotton is half a million of halH 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. — 27 September 1872

i-- -"v !Iauryruomity; Directory. LAWYERS. I.HIiel. A. "'"'CohM., JW, Win attend all Courts to b holdou for Maury ad adjoininc counties. r. , Ofica: Whitthor bloat. fsb M, TL CHIHiHCUA. t Special attention given U the collection ol dual. . G. P. FKlLUOlf, . Attorney ut uoanaeUor at Law, . 9W. Wll nractlce in the) several Coaria of Man. tt and adjoining counties, and in the 8a pram and Federal Ooarta at Nashville Prompt attention given to collections. Of fice In Lawyer' Block, Wert Market Btreet, same form erly occupied by Frierson Flem ing. Uan.L'n. HILL 4k riGCEKM, Attorneys at Law k Solicitor! in Chancery , IWMMU, Xeaa. will practice lathe Court of Maury and ad joining eoanti. Office in th Whittbnra bloc a. mchl5-'71. JT.L.COCHRaI, .' Attorney at Law, And General CoUoetinir A rent, OtUmbia. Tr uJl JOHS BOXD. Attorney at Law, Columbia. Prompt attention (iren to collections. ROBT. K. RcKIT, ATTunirxr at Law, OrWtaHt&wS Tw 1MB Prompt attention given to all business eu t routed to...

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. — 27 September 1872

THE HE It A LI). 1 ridar jTlriC Kept-SiT, 1ST. FOB PRESIDENT, HORACE GHEELEY, Of New York. . , i .. KOR VICE PRESIDENT, ORATZ BROWN, Cf MWonri- ! FOB GOVE UXOR, JUS C. BBOWS, f Cites. FOR CONGRESS, W. C. WUITTIIOKSE, or Maary. FOB COXGRESS 8TATK AT LARO, B. F. CHEATHAM, afCffe County. For State Senator, Thos. P. P. Allison, of Williamson. We are opposed to military rinrs, railroad ring, and all other corrupt bodies of men, gotten up to fcwimlle the people out rf tbeir money and their rights; and we believe that their influence upon the country is evil. We have no taste for conven tions gotten up in a fraudulent man ner, and demand that they be con trolled by the people, for the public good. But now is no time to discuss the relative merits and demerits of the convention which nominated - Gen. Cheatham ; it is no time for etfappine horses when crossing a swollen stream." Let us submit to the decision of the State Convention, and labor for the purity of conven tions hereafter, when th...

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. — 27 September 1872

' c, " t it rrr- ..5r rf fait, nr adyaxce. -.Of IF OT IS ABTASCE. -AH. kim-V!!! be eonaldertui rv.l ndeolii .ble any tinr after the first inaer- oe of AderthfkrJ)n sqaar (one inch.) for one inerUra, L0: each additional iuser tion, 75 xmU. ' s , .' ; . , -. , . Fr.dy 1 sr. -pLtfT, 1S7. aJ.vfIre tfttttlr K. K. ScfteeJale, mwx-arlnf a Belay, Awrwst 4th, J. Ho. S. AecnTii , . .,'PaJly- Daily ex. Suq. ex.8. Ly XashvIU 6 00 pm . 00 am 4 00 pm Ar Franklin. 700pm . 655am 500pm . (etumbia HSdpra . 815am r 090pm A IV pill Dm "Athena 1201am 11 10 am " Decatur 12 30 am ' 11 60 am ' 'Xo.fr. Sfaj. 4. AMH'H ' , Iaily. Daily ex. Sun. ex.8. ivecaiur, . iu 3U pm S lipm Ar Athena 11 2" pin, 4 00 pm ' " Pula6kra12Mam SSSpm " Columbia 2 SO am 7 20 pm " 715 am Franklin" 352am 8 48pm 8 37am " XaauviUe 443 am ' 9 45 pm t 'Wam JtxETEOIlOL06ICAL. Vtange of TbernaomHer mm IJarom lr. at . Wintoa, KnMriwe ar J. H. Jame. to ike week eadiatK Sept. etn, 187. , TllKKXOMKTEKj Barometer.' ' ' to , to ; S9.ll '29.20 '...

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. — 27 September 1872

f) Beck as &b AtoorbeaL The iTichigan Farmer devotes oonsid erable space to prove tht fanners can not afford to um wheat straw as an ab sorbent in preserring liquid manure; that the ammonia in nrine can be re tained jnst as well by diluting with an equal bulk of water, and that nearly as cheap are earth, loam, and sods. We will not stop to discuss the ques tion of the cheapness of adding an equal bulk of water to urine or liquid manure in order to fifthe ammonia, but we al lude to the matter to express our sur prise that in discussing the subject the authority from which it quotes should cot think of swamp muck. Where it can be had, it is one of the best of all absorbents, besides having merits of its own independent of its qualities in that direction. On light or sandy soils it is especially valuable, as it holds moist ure, tends to make the soil heavier, be sides furnishing plant food from the mass of decaying vegetable matter of which it is composed. To do the best service as...

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. — 4 October 1872

S lea J - -wvwatj w J--a..JJ J,"1 ' UUrYSRS. A ittom7 at Law, . iWlll UmJ all Oovrts ta to tUw fer aUery tt edjoilae. eoaatie. -' vkittw sleek, v vifcm.n. j'ljBeW attaatioa ihitte , Attorney ud Cmmnllar el inn-.' crWjW5Je ta the HTtni Oowr of Maa ryaad adjoining oantlea, ud In the Ha KVi "hwl Couta at Naaavllle J- 2?? ttentl. -1v''n collection. Of fl to .Lawyer's Block, Wert Market Street, I fame loraieny occupied by Frieraon Klem- - !!. neuntM, ! T" , Al Attorney! at Law A Sotieitors la Cfeaaosry. , Wifl srastiee la taeConrW W Maarraad ad Joining eeaaties. Ofiee U the Whlttsorae lMeek.jJ . , . - .... fmehlfrTL JY.L.f)OCHKAV, ,; I - - ItlwimttU. ' eeaerat CaUeetUur. Ajrent JOUST B. BOX0, . . Atun7 at Law. ' OBMMawMal- 2tBM Prompt atteafioa gives ta eoUaetloai. OsTT. affile K AT, AXTOSJWT AT lAW, - - OolmmbU. An Prompt attention given to aU buatneaseii trustnd to Ilia cars. Office : Whltthorae U-XUock. . .... .. uuna Zl-ly. . striae. gaaLToi. - iutttr.mcnu. STWCKIXI. a HEI-Tjr. . Att...

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. — 4 October 1872

; Friday nratM8T Oct. 4, . , ., ... FOB PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY, '.'5. : ,-.v Of New York. ;i FOR VICE PRESIDENT, GRATZ BROWN, Of Missouri. ' j , -.. FOB GOVERNOR, JOHY . BROWS, of Giles. ' FOB CONGRESS, ! "' ? W. C. WHITTHOESE, ar Maory. -- ) FOR CONGRESS 8TATB AT LARGE, B. r. CHEATUAM, rcflr 'aaty . ' -For Stat Senator;'''1 Thos. F. P. Almsos, of Williamson. f ! First tkuit of Urrosmoai .TO Contentioxs The cleelioa f" a Radical Mayor of Democratic Nash ville. ' ;,i L - ' ''l Laura D. Fair, the beautiful Cal ifornia murderess, has been turned loose, to. go and kill another Cbit- TESDEK, if BhO ChOOSeS. '."IV -ri The Primary Election in this conn- fv nn tTio opcrtnl RaJnriav in flpln. bea is onr only chance to beat the Radicals. Let the election of a Rad ical Mayor of Nashville stir our peo ple up to come out and votel" '' It is the duty of every prominent man in Maury county, to urge upon the people, on the stump or in a pri vate way, to go to the Frlmary Elec tion, next week. '....

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. — 4 October 1872

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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. — 4 October 1872

- SJjeep CalslaK la the Stint. : My own experience has convinced roe that thtre is no kind of forming more generally profitable in the South than raising sheep. We have large scopes of rountry not 'well adapted to cotton and corn, such, for instance, as the mountain regions of Tennessee and the pine regions furtlier down; but now that we have a Bermuda grass amongst us, all may be made profita ble Kg fcheep farms. Bermuda gras will grow anywhere, and will last well through the winter, and sheep will thrive well upon it and the South is the natural home of the sheep, there fore there is no reasonable excuse for our not roing regularly into the busi ness. vlth proper care, fheen Mill bring a fuller return for the amount of mooey invested than anything else one can go into. I know it has been argued that wcol grown in h warm climate is not so fine or so good as that grown in a coMcr country; iriit this, I am salisAVd, la not, uie esse, it wc do not produce as pood wool In the South as ...

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