ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Columbia Herald, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 664 items from Columbia Herald, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
664 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 11 October 1872

ttzary Ccanty , UAVTYK.lt. aauBB. I H.HC6HB, - -"""V-t, Will (ttnl all Oowrta Ubt hold for Maury taa eao-ing miuw. Offlee: whitthera block. ' IfbX,TX, nHlBtBICUAK, Attorney at Law, CMMKOM, 7wB attention gives to th oilctiou ol n r.niEisoir, ' - kS Attorn MdCorntflor at Lav, . WU practice in the aorerai Courts of Mau ry and adjoining counties, and In the 8a Trm and Federal Court m w..kii. Prompt attention glTentarcoUeetlona. Of- noe iaiwywi MncK, Wert Market Street, temerly occupied by Frieraon A Flem lag. T , - - Un-1- TTttt' nCIEM, 11 Attorneyi at Law Solieiton in Chanecry. . Colwmhit, 21mm. Will praaUea la tht Court of Maury aad ad ioininff eoaaUef. Offiea in th Whtttboraa block. t-Imolili'Tl- T. L. CfCirBtair Attorney at Law, Aad General CoUectUJUrenU jtm JOBS B. BOJTD Attorney t Lw, ' Tronipt atteotion girea to eolleetiona. ROBT. H. HrKAT, - Airouacr at Law, Prompt attention Klven to all boslncaaen tnwtl lo nla care. Office: "Whltthorn iJloclar- 21-ly. DATID C, gHILTOJ. AUCKT W....

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 11 October 1872

THE HERALD. Friday JJorlt ct.ll aST. TOR PRE&IDEKT. f . .... . HOItACE GREELEY, Of Ssw York. " FOR VICC PRESIDENT, ' '".' l vr? at7 rrowm:' :' : , Or Missouri. ; ; -f . ' TOB GOYERSOB, joHSC '. BROWN, of Giles. run uiunioaf ' sr. C. WHlTTHOKXE, f Haary. FOROOKQKE88 STATK AT LABOR, . B. r. CHEATHAM, of Coffee Csmnty. For State Sen Ator, ,. Thos.P. P. Aiaisos,- of WUlUmaon. ."Whoever persuaded yon not to go to tbe rrimary Election to-morrow, . . a t- a a . 13 working against me wenare oune county nd of the State. Ttt 3mrRTiov o tri IIottr Pri mary Election to-morrow, or Kadi calitm. Men of Maury! awaken to your danger. Two Democratic candidates for Mayor resulted in the election of a Grant Republican, in Ckrksville, the otner aay. ii luo pcopio iao warning from what they see. To preserve the purity of the bal lot-box to-morrow is even more ne cessary than at the legal election in November : because there is an ap peal from the latter, and none from the former. . '- ' . no, x. -.1 ...

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. — 11 October 1872

oca Txnxxia, fSJS A TKA-t, P A IS A DTAJTCX. fa. UP ROTIX ATAVC2. , v Atl uivOTtMnf will he considered da end eolleclauM any tme after te Arst taeer- Cion. ;. v - , " - - v - , oif 0 Adtwwa-One nun (one ieeh.) Tor on insertioa, LfiO; aaea additional inser tion, 75 cent. . v Frl elmy TtwraUsxa;. Oct. 111879. BTCT.XO.LSGICAI Bane fjnmntw an. Bar jumw ear u WCsM 10ta, 1871. : TherxokctxkJ Babowrkb. X X e a so m so Si 58 SO 170 4 fit 83 70 6 6 KJ 74 (i 69 SO 70 7 GO 6fl AO 8 44 71 61 60 76 66 10 60 Remarks. 28.18 28.23 Clear. Clear. 39 2B.17 2W.16 28.18 29.15 29.20 Clear. Overcast. Clearing. Clear. Fair... Fair. 20u42. saw 28.20 Deeaaeratle Eneratlve Cansnelltee far - Jtavary Jaaaty. ' D. B. Cooper, Chairman; Jambs A. SAW- DERIS, KUrUS THOMAS. Head W. E. Brown & Co.'s advertisement. Cotton was looking op a little yesterday, commanding in this place MX for low middling- ' mcLiaiors iwrxixiGEScK. Iter. W. O. Bailey, of Virginia, will preach at the Masonic Hall Sunday morning at 11 o'c...

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. — 11 October 1872

r The Taaplres of Society. , . , Statistics of industrial production show that persons engaged in mechanical and manufacturing work, on an average produce in value over twelve hundred dollars each, yearly. This being so, it is plain that the producers do not nave what is equitably their right. By some " hocus nocua" there is diversion and the lion's share U taken by some one else. The problem is, to de termine where it eoes to. then ston the di version, and see that each producer an has equitable share of the result of his brain and muscle work. - This involves the relation of labor and capital, but outside of this, there is a point which deserves attention: the non-producing class, or the tponging drones who lice on others labor These ab sorb a vast amount, and in the resolution of ucuu cncumics, now 10 ujl the tncuous from labor and society is no intignificent question. He that will not labor shall not eat has been laid down as the rule, and if t . ... 11 coma be made operative, w...

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. — 18 October 1872

- : ; - ammanBanamBBBBBsBeBBi A ., JL Attorney at bu' VDI iHnI all Caurw to be hrtdeafor Maw Mi adjo-iBg NiiUai. Omaa ; V hiUaorno block. fsbK'Tt IV Attteraeyntlaw, . ' tnamia. Am Mjl&Si!1 UUm lm to the eoUeotioa of "Wn practice in the HTtnlOnttaflrvn. rryand adtotnins eonntiaa. ( k- b .vmouan, given m oouecuons. or floe in Lawyer's Block, Went Maritetreet, same formerly occupied by Frieraon Flem? H" fit i. nsvua, l Attorun HUw A Sottrftors la Chancery. foiBIBg eeunUse. Oae U th. WhittWM bloct- mch 171. An GeewiaCoeetinAsenl. - Gsiiuseia, Thmi JH B. BOXO, Attorney at Lew, Cbtasitiie. Am. Vept attention given to collections- E6BT. X. Hell AT, AnouiEr AT Law, Prompt attention (flren to all business en- nnmeu 10 nis oar, umce. wniunorne jiuock. Liana 21-ly. 'B1T7D 0. SBSLTOX. ALBKKT V. ITOCKILb STOCKEIX gUTXTOH, Attorney at Law. Columbia. Tenn. Willprsetie ia Usury and the adjoining swn uh, wutrogai prwm puy euenuea w. Orrice Front room (up stain) aw J. H, Jsmes' Jewelry Stora. Fab...

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. — 18 October 1872

THE HERALD. Friday Mwrmlm, Oct 18, I8T. FOB ritESIDUTT, HORACE GREELEY, Of Kew York. FOB TICK PBESIDXKT, ORATZ BROWN, Of Missouri.' For Governor JOHN C. BROWN. Oongrea at Large B. F. CHE A TIIA U. For ConpresiW. C W II ITT II ORNE. For Slate Senator T. F. P. ALLISON. For Floater JOHN FSIERSON. For Representative J AS. II. AKIN, Fanht Fees one of the greatest female writers of the age, died Oct 10th. President Grant has appointed hj proclamation the 28th of Novem ber as a day of Thanksgiving. By the cirelesa handling of a shot guu, a little boy was killed in Lin coln county on the 11th. Ko 6 tamps are required on any le gal document?, notes, or other wri ting, except bank checks, since Oc tober 1st Mrs. Betsy Estes died last week, in Giles county, at the age of eighty four. "W. TV. Ncal is a candidate for the State Senate from the counties of Lawrence, Giles, Wayne and Lewis. Gen. George Maney, of Nashville ex Confederate is out in a two col umn letter in favor of Grant. The election...

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. — 18 October 1872

c rr I : . f ... . i l jOUB TEl. a.sa A.T" rjt. iAr est abt aW All aaVartula will aa touliml (U and eolkoUuaayUaM after ta Ant inser- Uoa. t ' - v. :-- .. Sofa af AaWttria OM Kun (ona Saab ' for vac inaartioa. UM ; aca additional inser tion, i7d teat. ... ' .-"-. Friday Wral0, Oct. 18 18TS. METKOSOLOOICAL. Kamsra af TknaMror aa1 Baram ter. U WUtoa, K twaairg afJ.H. J far tka weak esMttas; Oct. THXKMoMmaJt Babojrtxr. ? Sv'sV . ,'r ' Bemark. 'J " ' 10 '161 SI ' " 2S.22 29.S0 Clear. 11 81 . 54 52 28.30 29J8 Clear. 12 M 6S 56 29.20 28.1" Clear. 13 48 6J 57 ' 29.06 29.07 Clear. 14 87.51.44 , 29.18 28.20 Clear. 15 80 tt 57 J ... - 29.20 28.08 Clear. 16 65 7 56 , . 29.15 29.25 Fair. 17 60 1 v, 1 .,! " . 29J0 . Overcast. kixigiocs nmcixiGEars. The preaeher for the next Conference . .- 1 1 - 1 ... Qavita Fethe lat Snnday 1a November, at 11 o'dockvand at Sedberrr'a- Bend at half Gosbea on the 2d Sunday in November, at 11 nVlnck. a. m.i and at Pleaaant Ridge, U half past three. PEBMXAL UfTEtXI...

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. — 18 October 1872

' K.mA L.ea a4 Ikelr Wires. Hn. Rtantoa la Baptist Union. From the days of Socrates to Chai lea Dickens there has been one long suc cession of unfortunate examples. Poet and planter, dramatist and novelist, philosopher and linguist the Molieres, the Miltonf , the Byrons, the Bulwere, Durera, the Scalligers, the Sberid&ns, the Thackerays will marry and quar rel in the future as in the past All these men, without exception, will, in the future, as in the past, blame their wives for their several successive catastrophes. And yet what a re cord of heartlessnen and indifference our rrealest men have left of their do mestic life. Dr. Franklin, that old utilitarian kite-flyer, went to Europe, leaving Lis wife behind, and never saw her face for eleven years. She had shared his poverty, and practiced his Poor Richard maxims, pinched and economized, patched and darned, work ed early and late, bred children, nursed them through jaundice, red gum, hooping couch, meales, scarlet lever and fi...

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. — 25 October 1872

- Jejaspss. V - , ,, . , , 1" '--' ' ' n n i.r ' V - -V' .. - . - -- .. .. . . . . t - - ' ' : - Maury County Directory.,- LAWYERS. 4 .ETOHII, iL Attorney at Law, Oif iln'ii. faaa Will attend all Coarts to be feolden for Maarr aad adjoining eoantie. Offtoa: WhiUhorao block. fsblt.TL CHAmUSi CLKAX. Atttornsy atLaw, CoIaatKexfta Special attmtioa given to the olleetioa ol Claims. G, r. nixxsoM, Attorney End Counsellor at Law, VH1 practice lntiie several Conrtrfof Matt- uhmm. 2 ma. ry ana adjoining counties, and In the Ba preme and Federal Court at Naahvllla Prompt attention given to collection. Of fice in Lawyer1 Block, Went Market Street, ant formerly occupied by Frierson A Flem ing. . Jan.1. "72. Hill nersBs, Attorneys at Law A Solicitor la Chancery. WW araetie la the Cort of Menryend ad- 11 omiag eonnuea. umc w tn wmunnrae looc. imeau- fi JT.L.COCHR4X, Attorney at Law, And General CoUeetiBtAyU JOHX B. B03TD, Attorney at Law, Colttmb, Teas. Prompt attention (iron to collection!. ROBT...

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. — 25 October 1872

THE HERALD. Vrldsy nratc, Oct. 35, 1ST a. FOB TRXSIDENT, . HORACE GKREELEY, Of Sew York. . FOB VICE PRESIDENT, QRATZ BROWN, Of Missouri. For Governor JOHN a BROWN. Congress at Large B. F. CHE A TRAM. For Congress W. C WIIITTIIORNE. For State Senator T. F. P. ALLISON. For Floater JOHN FRIERSON. For Representative J AS. H. AKIN. Voters of Maury ! when ''inde pendent candidates ask you to vote for them, remember this : if you do, yon are helping the Radical candi dates, when they come out. The Columbia reporter for the Union and American, endorses the "independent" Johnson candidate for the Legislature, in this county, against the nominee of the party, J. IL Akin. Does the Union and American endorse its reporter ? Andrew Johnson Bullock made a speech here on the dayf the inter county convention, in which he, as chairman of the "Williamson delega tion, pledged the support of that county for our nominee, whoever he might be. He is the. principle wri ter for the Franklin Review ; but, so ...

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. — 25 October 1872

TOWN AND COUNTY. OUR TERM. A TKA. PAI nr AfsYAJTCE. IF 31 Till AOTAJTGK. f All advertising will be considered Ouk andeeBectablenny time after the first inser tiom. Violet o Advertinnr-Gn square (on Inch.) for one insertion, $1.60 ; each additional inser tion, 75 cenU. Friday VIralH, Oct. SO, 18T. PEJUOI1L ICTELUGESCE. 3en. t. H. Maury, General Agent for the Piedmont and Arlington Lite Insu rance Company, was in Columbia a few days since, looking alter the interest of bia excellent company. We regret to learn that Mr. Ed. Pil low, aon of Col. Jerome B. Pillow, ot this county, got bia left arm crushed in the machinery of bis steam gin, at his ftUntation near Helena, Arku, one day ast week. His arm bad to be amputat ed above the elbow, and we are glad to know that be is now doing well. Mr. McVey, a banker of Pittsburgh, Pa., who spent a pleasant month or so in this county last summer, is again with us. He and bis estimable wife, went to California recently. We wel come them to Maury. A...

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. — 25 October 1872

- BealBtaet.ee or President Lincoln Haw the Ker. Mr. 8hofle Acquired Kicker The "Washington oorreepont of the Jewish Messenger reports the following tory told him by the late President Lincoln : "When I first entered upon my duties as President," said Mr. Liincolu, grasping oar arm in his peculiar way, with one of his long, bony hands, while he ran his fingers through and brushed back his shaggy black hair, 'I fully made up my mind to appoint to office those only whom I knew to be honest and who had Riiita.MVnhilitv in any event honesty thould be the pre requisite, as we lacs or a little ability might be easily made up by an honest man endeavoring to do his whole duty conscientiously. While this resolve was fresh upon me there came to visit me a very old friend, a Baptist min ister, who bad traveled so fast that he had not yet shaken the Illinois real estate off his capacions boots. "'Why, what brings you here, Mr. Shone? (which was not his name, but it will do just as welL) "'Well....

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. — 1 November 1872

""""""''aammnnnMeBBBBBBBBBe- - . ;unty Directory. ' .i.'V i'-"--fj.nMC.-:-- TEZ EZZSC2AT3 S7EAX. LAWYERS. A'f.aiITKTOO rt I Tw N a 1 A. Attnraar at Ia. Gbleiau fw, win attend aU Courts U s aeldea for Kaarr and aajoiaia miliM. Ola t Waittkara block. Mat, m. CUtAJU 8NeU atteatioa sires U U olleti eiaims. 6 r. AttonerMjlCoBitMUor at Law, WTlpractli lea In to aeTaral Court of Ha rrand arijolnln ootmUaa, sod in to pretn and Federal Court at Kaahvlb Prompt attention give to eollactloaa. Of nca In Lawyer Block, Wat Market Rtreet, aam formerly oaeopiea by Krierao A Flmn-tn- s . . rjan.L,7X Hill nereu. Attorneys at Lav A Solieiton la Chaaoary, . QWwhU, 7W. . -will praaUea la tbaCeart of aUary end ad tointa eoaaties. Ofiea ia the Whitthorn btoofc. - no 14. TL JT. L. COCHKAW, . .. r . AttAmaratLaw. Asa General ColleoUnrAf.nU TOHI B. BOD. Attora.r at Prompt alien tioa (iron to collections. ROBT. X. Meat AT. . ArroaxKr at Law, . r CUamKa, Ji Prompt attention given to all haalneaaen trusted to hi...

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. — 1 November 1872

THRHERALD. DEnOCBjTlC TICKET. Horace Greeley. For Vice IVesi dent, U Gratz Brown Democratic Electoral lichet. FOE THK STATE AT LARGE. fiFX Wf A QUAKLES, of Montgomery. COL JOHN M. FLEMING, of Knox. HON I 8 FOWLER, or Davidson. OR TUB CUNGEE8SI0SAX. IdSTIUOTS. I L M JARVI8, or tlancock. II 3 11 GOODPASTl'KE.of Overton. 1TI-A L SPEARS, or Bledsoe. -IV JAM KM H LF.WIS.of Marshall. JOSEPH MOTLEY, or Wilson. TI X N COX. of William. -. TII-A R LAXKKORD. of Humphreys. V1II-S W SHARPE, f Uibeon. IX W W McUOWELL, of Shelby. FOR GOVERNOR, " John C. Brown. JTOR CONGRESS, STATE AT LARGE, B. F. CHEATHAM. - ! TOR CONGRESS, ' : W.:C.;TOitthorne. , ' FOR STATE SENATOR, T. JE T V.llisou. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, James H. Akin. FOR FLOATER, Xolin Frierson. Election Tuesday go to the polls And vote ; ' .' ' The ; New York Tribune Bays the clues are full of hope For Gbeelev. All roads from Democratic nonii Bees lead to Radical victory. It is estimated that the election of Hartranft cost4he Grant party three...

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. — 1 November 1872

n .1 it s TO WN'MD COUNTY; !' OUR TEBM8.- -v t.5 A. TEAK. PATB TV ADYAHCE. . ir JlOliS AAVAJIVC - ' .1 --. .'' . " All aArertistnf trill be considered CM and collectable iu U&e after the first inser tion. Aotet o Adnertiniif One square (one Id eh.) for one insertion, SL50; each additional lafter tion, 75 cent..' . , - y. Friday VIormtKic, Hot. I 187x1. sTETEOROLOeiCAL. Baasjr ! Tkfnaenftw aa4 Barswt- tr. at Vllaion. BeiMMMsrj.il Jam, for the week o41ns; Oct. UU JS7S. ThsrmoxetkkJ Baboxetkr. Vt 3 s. a. Remarks. e 24 25 80 60 M 41 87 48 SO 64 OS 28.28:28.20 Clear. 2H.15 26.12 29.12 20.14 Variable. 44 art 70 2S.11 2.ll 29.29 !Cler. Clear. Overcast. H6 Jit J 31 70 49 28JJ7 29.25 29.24 Ruin. 2S.27 I Clouds. KELICIOCS mTELLICESCK. Key. John R- Paxton, of Msrvland, will preach in the Presbyterian church, in tbia place, nextSunday morning. He is said to be an able, and eloquent di vine. The General Anaocietion of the Bap t'staof Middle Tennessee and North Alabama, met with the Baptist c...

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. — 1 November 1872

-AA--iAAAA 1 Tlsit to UM GstaramlM of Paris. From Senbnsr. The Parisians are alio we 1 to peep at the OaUeombs from time to lima, and strangers generally accrapany the men who work in these soitbre reg'oaa, asd who make a weekly deaceat. Itis quite an undertaking t sit the caambers , where the m.st interesting relics are stored. Some morning yon find your self waiting, with three or lot r hundred others, at the great entrance in the Rue VEnfer. Throngs of old womea with the "full and complete History of the Catacombs,'' din the excellence of their wares in your ears. Tcey also offer you ! something which you must take a tin candlestick and one or two can i'es to light your way, and pocBibly an oil cloth cloak to protect you from the damp. At a given moment the uni formed functionary of tie Government appears, orders the entrance to be cleared, and descends a few steps. He cries out to the men below to count the "ladies and gentlemen'' as they go down, and they will be countad again ...

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. — 8 November 1872

Xlaury County Directory. LAWYERS. A.1 HUSHES, Attorney at Lew, Wni itteat u Cowti to 1m Wdsofor Ct M adjoining MUtiN.. . 0 I WkiUaoraQ blee. ' lUk , n. CHiBLMCUUI. . -Atttornsy at Law, QJtiiV Asms lllS! atUctIom eoueejhoa ! Gr. niEKsoH, AttorMtdCoBaUpr at Law. 'WIl practice in the several Court of Mas ry ana adjoining counties, and In the 8a preme and Federal Courta at Nashville Prompt attention given to collections. Of fice In Lawyer's Block, Wat Market Street, aame formerly occupied by Krlenon Hern ia. Uan.LTZ , HIIL 4k neVESA. : Attorneys at Law k Solicitor! la Chanpory, "ill practice Is th Court of Maarrand ad joining enatiss. Offiee in the Whitthorae block. f . (aealS'7L JT. L, COCHB15, Attorney at Law, And General Collecting Agsat. OaUmbia, Tmm JOHX B. BOXD, - Attorney at Law, CblastU. Taw. Prompt attention given to collections. . ROBT. M. McEAT, iroKfar at Law, Columbia, Tmm Prompt attention given to all business en trostd to bis care. Office: Whltthorn Block. .. June 21-ly. ...

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. — 8 November 1872

THE HERALD. STrtdny TO ruing-, JVov. t ; Election returns reach bo B'o;r ly thai. we can only epproiiina'.c facts and figures. Ocn. Ueaxt U re elected by a large majority, all the iforlhera Stales probably votiur for jj Lim." Got. J. C. Bbowk isre-ritcted i. Governor of Tennessee by a greatly j reduced majaiiiy. LJaynaru Js probably re-elected Congi-ctsirian for the State at Large; but wc ore not without hope that full aul ccir-i'lctc jeturns from the . interior counties will add sufficiently to Cheatham's votctoclcct him.' Johnson- is li-pc-les9ly behind. The Radicals of Tcn liCBEee probably make a gain cr four Congressmen. It is believed that, in first district, Butler, Kidical, is re elected; ' in . the 2d, TllOBNBLKGH, Radical, elected; 3d, Cb men field, Radical ; 4th, Erigbt, Democrat, re elected; 5th, II. II. Hareison, Radi cal; 6th, W. C. WinrrnoENE, re elected; 7th, J. P. C. Adkiks; 8t!i, D. A. Nuxk, Radical ; 9ih, Bakhouk .Lewis, Radical. , A late dispatch from Nashville Ra...

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. — 8 November 1872

8 .1 Ti 11 11 14 t'u ro J 'I M A h ill I M b 111 tb lo or Ve to ill to w ftb 1 i -V ti t Hi in 'Ik 1 , llH A. vi A a. I t o k It id r t n e d t. i rA PATD IJT ABTAXCE. KsJT IS ADVANCE, All advertising win be eonsidereV&M and collectable any Urn. after tks tot! Inser tion. , fate 0 .afotrtag Om'kimn (one Inch.) for one insertion, 11.60; each additional inser tion, 75 cents. , -i . . v . A . A TEA! rf Friday Herniary, Wot. 8, 1870. kete17kolical.' . Ran rTbfrnMmHrr aaa1 Barem- KmMcmc of J. M. f". fnr the wrtk mains; Son. 7th, 187a. Thermometer Babovbtsb. - a a g a x 2 -i : a ci d SI 4VT 5f 147 1 37 60 2 4 62 56 3 S8 4 56 4 4t 67 58 5 60 o 55 4 HI It j 44 Remarks. .! 29.28 2S.23"2.16 2B.15l28.13 2.ll29.20 29.li. 29.15 29.15 28.18 28.22 29.13. 29.15 Clearing. Fair. Fair. Clear. Fair. Tlirtnlng. Rainy. Haxy. KEMCUOUS ICTELLIGEKCK. Rev. John R. Pax to::, of Maryland, preached in tbe Presbyterian cliurcn, in ibis place, last Sunday morning and night. Iia was a classmate and is a friend...

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. — 8 November 1872

1 bcjulhutts. Honemen should remember that the mxu f a hone seems lo.enfertain but one thought at a time ; for this reason continued whipping is out of thf question, and only confirms hi stub born resolve. But If you can by any means change the direction of hi, mind, give him a new subject to think of, nine times out of tea you -will have no further trouble in starting him. As simple a little trick as a little pepper, aloes or dirt, thrown back on hi tongue, will succeed in turning atten tion to the taste in his mouth. tJJj!?, F, in the referring to the manufacture oi Beet Sugar in lh.TfWh,ere,U 19 rried on le ' Th nd etewh-re, any : 7" Thf ult of this year's work will be watched with more than usul in terest by capitalists, as their is million. or dollars that would seek this busi ness were fr at once proved that itrould ws prosecuted as profitable as is done in Europe. That it can be done wheu proper soils and locations are selected, we nave for yean had a doubt, and we believe ar...

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