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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 15 November 1872

fl&ntiq Directory. LAWYERS. 1 M.HTOHB, A Attmii at Law, Wffl att.ad aH Coort. to koUuffc MatrV a adjoin iaf mnti'-..-Qga: WkittAsrna a.oek. fakSi.TL 0 CLUE. Atttorntr at Law. - Uhbs! lirw to th oUtiao( Gr.nunMv, -t AttoraeTjudnnsaurtstLaw. practice in the several Court of Mao ryaod adjoining conntlea, and In the Ba ' preme and Federal Coorta at Nashvllla - j"mpt attention given to collections. Of ne in lawyer's Block, Went Market Street, fame formerly occupied br Frienon lion- Uan.l.'a. Hiii nevcBS, Attorney, at IwSoIioitmU Chancery, win Golmmlia, Turn. Will practice la theCoarto of Maaryand ad iomiBK counties. Ottos la the Whittfanrae btoek- mea 1 7L T. I. COCHIAIT, ' . . A IK And General Attorney at Law, Coueetinr Arsnt, Columbia, Taut joujt b. BOKD, Attorney at Law, Prompt attention riven to eoUaetions. ROUT. H. HeKAT, Attokset at Law, Columbia, Ttmm Prompt attention given to all traslnessen t tor ted to fala care. Office: W'hitthorne Block. - (Jnne21-ly. B A TIP C. BHBLTOX. ...

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. — 15 November 1872

-rv "en-,-. &t - THE HERALD. Gkv. - 0. Meade, of the U. S Army, in tie v. .J ... " n In ! Williamson county, for On gre88,;WH.rtTH0RNE received 1635 votes, Giebs 1-103, Riid Moitnii f40. For rioater Fbieb&ox 1278 ; Tim moss 585. . An unknown man, 1 vinz ou iLc railroad track asleep, -was run over and k'llcd by a freight train near Pulaski, Tcnii., on Tuesday lasL lie .had a bottle of whiskey in his pocket. The Radical organ of Tennessee, the Nashville Banner, keeps tip its old warfare upon Democratic organ ization. The Banner will plcasf keep its advice for its own parly; onrs does not need or want any more of its treacherous csnt. As far as heard from, the vote of Tennessee stands as follows: John C. Bsown, 94,492; A. A. Feeeman 78,331: Bbown'c majority, 16,100. HobaceTIMatxaed, 74,715; B. F. Che ate Am, 02,718; Avdbew John son, 36,341: Matnard's rnajoril)' over Cheatuam, 11,997 ; Cheatham's majority over Jonxsox, 26,376. Bcbke Boxi has been elected to tho Legislature from ...

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. — 15 November 1872

' - TF JK. "L a y Aire. 1 !f n" WMlSrWL Out 1 ad collectable aay tuna after Ue tat inser- ! Arts o jldMrtMtnr 0b i(imi (ana Inch.) yr one insertion. tLoO; sack aAdi&eaai iatat .ron, 5 cents. . -ex v - . l- ; - 'i ! - H ETEOK9UHUC AL. Br f TborMMMlrr mm IU tjer. at Wlitlv lMl4am tfJ.H. TBKRXOXKTKBf HABOmCm. X X , ! - : i - i C C " i fc- .Remarks O CI ' 0j i a 8 43 59 5S ? 47 tti 54 10 36 57 56 11 .Vt 62 57 ,"" 42 OU 43 i 38 GO 54 111 31 29.1S-29.1S :n 29.12, 28.U0 . 29.01 129.0? 29.U7I2R.08 29.14 !2. 1 ' 2.1829.10 Overcast. Cloudy. Clearing. Cloudy. Variable. Clearing. feliowera. Clear. :SKj 29. Wood's chair factor, died Monday last. Tho ladies or tbe Methodist congrega tion ere raisin? money to remodel ajid -.1 II ' . . . n"H le wi est li nf with a iwjrro boy f uee f ay last. was thrown and his arm broken. Oarcilir.eM will elect to-morrow s Mivor anil Aldermen. Vote only for good men. . " , Tlie frame of a new boose, in the "ounse of erection, near the bridge, was 4-liopped down...

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. — 15 November 1872

Balers or England. Here is an ev little table by which the Student in English history can re member its monarch. First- WillUm the Norman, Then William hi" son: Henry. Stephen end Henry, Then Richard and John. Next. Henry the third, Edwards, and, two and three ; And again aner ihcmto, Three Henrys we see. Two EdwardN, third Richard, If rightly I guess : Two Henry, nix Edwards. ?,uee Mary, Qaeen Bess ; ben Jamie, the Scotchman. Then Charles whom they slew, Yet received, after Cromwell, Another Charles too. Next Jamie the second Ascended the Throne ; Then Goo d Willam and Mary Together came one ; Then Anne. Georges four. And fourth William all passed, And Victoria came Perhaps she's the last. Nails. A scicntic journal says : When nails are need in a position in which they are greatly subjected to air and mois ture, it will always pay to prepare them in such a manner that they will not rust. This may be accomplished without any difficulty by beating a quantity of nails on- a shovel and...

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. — 22 November 1872

S ss. k ........ i JU -aB SM9 y , i. lllmaf al lam. Will atteVd ill Ws te 1 kU LSrV ana ajotm iwiuit. OBni Vrkle(wa Mock. tfcUa&al n cuim. AtttonrtXj ' ErclsJtUsUiea aivaaAa U ,.asl eiatms.' . . 1 -1 1 1 i, 1 G. p. mciMx, Attoraar aa4 boaa'selier it htwj ' Wll prattles la Ute several Coorta it Ka ry and adjoining eountiea, an ! Hi . J'rerae and Federal Coarta at XaanvTOe Prompt attention given Ve eoUeestoMfc-OS-nc In Lawyer's Blooav Wasfr MaMMt-Mrast, same formerly occupied by Frtersosj Flens. Qam.1. ; H1XI. t PIOtTEM, , , ; ,'. AH ;! Attorney! at Law Solicitor la Caaaoary. Coaatfcta, Xima. Will practice in tbe Coart f ataarrand a4 foining eonatiat. r Ofiee U Aae-WMiuierwe too a. eal'71. 11 t'OCHBAK, v, . Aai CrmanOCo1uetiBrit. Ml JOH, Atioraey at L&w. Prompt atUation citaa fo aaltaottMa. f v i i m Ik ; Annuir at tiw. :1 J Promot attention airen to ail biwl attm en- trosted to . ilia oace. Ot&et Wbithorarr Block.,.. - - - fjanail-ir. BATTDC. BLTO. ALBCBT W. BTOCKIfcL. ST...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 22 November 1872

'THTSHEEXim- IUrt M ai-nlag. Wot. . IM1. 'JI.L.il ,.l il KSSSKJKSWHHS . BtoWNLovcomei out infaforof Mi.Ahi for Speaker of tU t?eugft.ss. ' -, Ttifc:KE voted for President iu follow: GnEKLE' 82190; Gkakt, 73.646- Gbi:elev" majority, 8,31$. To add to iLc farmer's trouble. aLout l.ishors.s, eliJokeu dUteuipci of zymotic character hai also begun iU ravages. Oar next Legislature meets Ibr first Monday in January, 1873, wlilc is tbc Gth day of the month. AJser retaryof the State, Comptroller, and Treasurer, are to bo elected, and uol 4S. U. Senator as euic i.tippoe1. onle a vacancy occur. THioflicial vote, for Governor of Tennessee, with two small counties to hear from, U, Brows', 95,221 ; Fbeemas, 82,361. Buowx's majori tp, 13,8C0. For Congress for ILc State at Lvge, JIatsabd, 78,815; Chaiatuam, 61,802 ; Johxbok, 37,36. Mavkabd o ?cr JCn eatiiah, 11,013; Cheatham over Johx60k, 27,432. The Democratic ne tv s papers eTery- wh?rc Lave shown a remarkable lack of courage since theelcctiou. On...

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. — 22 November 1872

4 FyHCi. 1, ,9 ! .r- " v " - . IT W All idtisiar vfflt c-sldered CmA ud eoUccttfl Mr M r Ue ant, tneor- uon. - - - v tor one tnear .a. jd ; oacs i, , tioaj msor tion, 75 ceatl. - . r .. Frf ay VrJala, Havr. , IS79. MM ml TlMISSnnnsiISS tr at Win, MtM af M. H. 141k. IMS . THtsaoHRn n Saboxsteb. o s X 4 E marks. 80 27 23 2. ) 2 22 29.10 59.13 SS.30i26.21 29.21 'tSl.lS 2229.S0 2U. 2U.35 2tM82.13 2U.i!2tk2tf 2.iL' ' (Sear. (Cloudy. uiear. Clear. iFair. jC'leai. jt-lear. lOventut. 19 JC 2lj RfXICIOCS IHTCIXIOESrE. -- mumm i There will he Sacramental Meeting at li'useley Chapel, near Soutliport, eni braclog ibe 8d Sunday ia Decembei... Rer.&G. Carutber has returned and will preach in the Cumberland Church Sunday moraine; aud at night. PEKBOSAl. ISXIXIKCE. We bad the pleasore of a vihit from Mr. J. H. Sewt.ll, of Jackson, Tenn.. las. Monday. Mr. Sewell ia a son of 'Squire Seti-elL of the 4-h iliatrict, and ia ou i a visit to bis relaliveaand friend. 11a returns to Jaoksoa to-morrow. 'j...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 22 November 1872

TBI SCOTT E05UXE5T AT NEW YORK. AJArCMlky William rail. Brwaat. The statae of Sir Walter Scott, pre sented to the city of New York by the Scottish residents. WM rfwntlw nn. eiled in Central Park in the presence of a large crowd of spectators. After music and the unveiling of the statue, William Cull en Bryant delivered the louowing oration : The Scottish residents of this oHxr whose public spirit and reverence for genius nave moved them to present to tne people of New York the statue or weir countryman which has just now been unveiled to the public gaze, have honored me with a request that I should so far take part in these cere monies as to speak a few words con cerning the great poet and novelist, ol whose renown they are so justly proud. As I look round ou this assembly I perceive few persons of my own age lew who can remember, as I cad, the rising and setting of this brilliant luminary of modern literature. I well recollect the time when Scott, then 34 years of age, gave to the ...

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. — 29 November 1872

Usury. iOjLly J)msfcHy.,4 LAWYERS. ft J, will nttenili HwrWt houuftJuSrV ad e4joieW"enatis. - J y mini wuumhi aioca. irebSt.'rL HABUICUAB. tUttUoa try U the UatiW n r. vra praetlreV. . Charts of iri rr "! adjorni n oanUes, and in theST C1', FedenU Cowrts at NMhvllle Prompt attention siren o collections, of- H Ln,I,!rlfrIUoek' Wt Market Street, ".me formerly occupied toy Frternon A Flem ,n' m ir ' i r , . , . fjaa.l'n. ill v rrcrEM. ' attorney atLaw k Solicitors in Chancery. WtUnTaettea lataeCoarts. of Maary aa ad 4 i.Tl"L" """Mien- i VBn to toe Whi Offies fa the whitthrae imAU '71. J- L. COCMKtl, . . Attorney at Law. , , And 4ml CotUetinr Agent.. ' ' Columbia, Sana JOHX B. BOSD, A turner at Lav, . ... . . v . CiwaMaflie. zsaa. " Prompt attention gives U eolletioni. ROBT.X.sacKAT, ' ' ATTOaJCBT AT LAW, Cbitnaote, 7W Prompt attention given to all bnainesaen trusted to nia oare. Office: Whltthorne Block. , ....- . fjune2i-ly.. . iTTD O. SHKLTOV. Ulttt V. STOCK ILL. STOCK ELI. RHELTOX, ...

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. — 29 November 1872

, LI Tn s) it h annual meeting ot the fctcckboiJvft, f tie Xat.bille nod Decatur fiiJlioad waa htlJ in Nash TlUe on tLo 20th, and Uio following DMned gsullemen elected Directors : J.r W.Slou, W. M. Dcxcan, He.nbt Coottr, Dr. I: B. I'mffe, Jonx S. Clatbboox, John McUavock, John Psmteox, Joht Ballaxfakt, J. C. Bbowx, B. F. . Cahteb, T. M. Jones, J. T. Taknek, Geo. S. Hocbton, W. E. Mcbmit, and A. Bcrouo. J. W. Slobs wu re-elected President, am! G.W.Siat, Secretary and Treasurer. Why the XafthYllle and Wcra tmr Ballr-oad lld ! Kav DtrMeai. ' Borne, persons are constantly wiy iog, "We took stock lu the Nashville andDecalnr road, and gol nothing in return." This is a mistake. Ky- arj man in Columbia iajjetting some thing every year from that road. (Stores which rented for $200 a j cat before thai road was built, are uon renting for $500. The mcrcbautf Who rent them are able to do bo, be cause their business is increased if It were not so tier would not pay the rent. All the business of t...

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. — 29 November 1872

ouu Tiai;a.. f tt V un rr ayvc u ( aai uTAatAi - i i r AH t 'm will b t4srd Cut MMMMMiMfuiuwiu ant IB Uow. as tf AmiUr'm OMip (oa Inch.) fai naa taillna irl M aanh . : I tioa. J5 ewtt. rrtavyTratas Ir.N 1ST. lr M WtotM. Jmm..n Ik ZUSX, SS7 THiouwiami Buttntn, j? 2 a. a, B c Remarks. a; 3 S4 93 2 25 42 48 fa a ' - .1J J9.JJ Variaula. 29.2:3.27 Clear. V SJKL.9 Clear. ' I8.28l2V.H0 Clear. 28.1A 29X1 KAia. Jtm.i (Rain. 3a.30ia.J0 3ear. . lf Clear. 4S as a On Pit srgiauaa. Wednesday night grtaU Bomber of shooting Mara teen some vary bright. What do "Old Probabilities sy a boot 'em. , . v KELIV11 IXTEIXIVliSriC fern. n"'W. Tinbartaou. of Meojpliia. Opt. J.f Vanlaer aud Harry D. wartin. if Jf aebvHla, were la Columbia, a le dayssluos. Gen. W. G Wbitthorne will lear for Washington Monday. - Ha will bare bnt two Denvcrato colleagues Irom thla Stat. The other seven are atraightout Radicals Mr. D B. Fargnsoo, of tba wall-known iiou&a of i'arguaon Clay, Memphis, waa ia our count recently. ....

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. — 29 November 1872

aX 2 V Personal Intefrlty. The first duty which God demands of men U that they be faithful, each man to hia own nature, and each woman to ree pect it, to discipline It to Its proper manner, and to use it in well propor tioned life. If I fail in that, I fail of everything besides I close my individ ual eelPbeed. Gain what else I may the gain is of small consequence; I have lost my own soul, and to get any thing without this and hope tofcpep it, is like keepinff money in a purse which has no bottom. Personal fidelty is the first of all duties. I am responsible for what gifts God has given me, not at all for your sifts. You may be great, and I very little; still I must use my little faithfully, norlet it ever be swallowed ud in the stream of a great powerful man, nor in the grand ocean of man kind. Thoueh I may be the feeblest and smallest of mortal men, my indi viduals ts Jut t as precious to me a nationality is to the Jargrst nation, or humaulty to mankind.- This Impene trability and...

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. — 6 December 1872

11 Pifictcry; r LAWYERS. 1 X. Bl'DHES, A. Attorney at Law, l a t - Cru War v i f Tofcfti U to a14a Nr Moaty Ull saatie. .if f cuntAkMioek. Urea Km. Atttoraey allow.' ' A - v 8pm. MnftaiUithiwUMtiMl GP. niEIMV, Attorney tod Coan'i OJwsaKa. Jfci anUor al T..W floe In Lawyer Black, Want Mark Street, am formerly-occupied by Frleraon Flenv ia- jan-L Vi H.t ritEKS, .' . Attorney at Law A Solicitor in Chancery, CWwnAia, Tea. W ill practice lata Court of Maaryand ad. Joining counties. Offio ia the WhitthorB, block, nrtj a . 11 C - cb 171. i ts T.K.tdCBIiK. ' " "Attorney at Law. And Ganeral Collectuir Agent. OfaaMa. Aaa JOHS B. BOSD, , , , Attorney at Law, Golmafoa, 2Wa. Prompt attention given tp collections. ; .!', ill ' ' ROBT. Xt. MtKAT, vr ; ATTOBXSr AT LAW, ' ' ' Columbia, Tm Prompt attention (rtvon to alt business ei trutl to bis care. Office; Whitth'rue Block, j K ;Qoaal.-ly. : VIVID C. BHELTOX. ALBERT W. STOCKCLIa STOCK ELL k KslEI.TO. . . Attr;atLaw, Columbia, Tenn. Will practice ia...

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 December 1872

lHillJ,KALli. FrUlmr MnrniKe:, Ore. Clb. 17. tSfnlk "llrnr direrley. ' Many of our readers have perhaps already Lvard of lite dextH cf this great American citizen and states man. . lie died at six o'clock last Fri day cveuiDg, ifi lleixty-econd jcar of his age. Mr. Gnrti.KV was pre-ciuiueiitlyalf-iiiadcmau. Thrown upon Lis ow n resources at a tender gc, he commenced life with no cap ital but intellect and energy, and no friend but his pen. He started at the priuter'a stand, a mechanical la borer, and gradually ascended to the most exalted position in the field of American journalism ; and has exer cised more influence, probably, over any living mau, during the last ttir-iy-flve. years. His iutellect was inassire and vigorous, and decidedly of a practical nature. His articles were versatile, poignant, and elabo rate, rather than close, studied and metaphysical. Tlicec characteristics jjavc his paper, the New York Trib une, its popularity and power. He was stubborn in his opiuious, an...

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 December 1872

V 1 S rOVTAMCODNTY. OVUTUULIO. t a nirm or abyascs. tliimtUMIimiliUtnJ Auk aad Ubt Mty afiwc U ftrst laaer- ie-a. ' - AatM a Jo)rtttmr-OM hun (one foefe.) for iMWUll! ILNI WW aitioaai ties, 75 eeata. . - - . tit, am. TwrnxonnaJ Babokrbx. s " a S Remarks. SI C M ?J. !9.tf Clew. IS 23 17 .. Clear. i u 37 ajaa. overcast. 43 S3 SO S9.00 3MI Showers. 63 54 2).(R;2.33 Clear.' 5 SO 45 90J2I Fair. M je.0'3A5 Clear. 40 It Tnreatn'g. i al Norn ox Nov. The month M jeneraiiy dry Mid modem until the rh, when a m twc Northwaat csJe brooht cold apeU that culminated on tha 3th at Vf, ue nu" .... mo I'mnti 1?. ltain a, fcuowa 3. FEBMIAb ISTELUaKSCS. Mr. Hugh P. Akin is wUh the popu lar Biaomrr house of Llpaoomb Brothers. Mr. R. M. McKay ratornod irem Pii- laakL worn bo na oawn rowrt Sunday night. Capt James ForgT and Mr.Thna Hr dr, of NaahTillo, PMd tbroui;h Colum bia wcnUy. on ibelr way back front an estansjv mercantile toar though the coantiw of Uickman, Parry, Wayne, Hardin and Lawrence. Being ex...

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 December 1872

Lightning Boos. The country Is at the present moment ovfrrun by to-called lightning-rod men, who palm off worthless and ex pensive articles upon tbeir customers, and in many casta, in addition to thi, suilty of downright swindling. It may be well, therefore, to say that, by at tending to a few essential points, any ordinary carpenter or house-builder can easily enct a rod that will give perfect protection. The points to be attended 'to are three: '1. The rod should I of sufficient size a Bolid iron rod, half an inch square, or a opper rod, one inch wide and one tenth of an inch thick, are the sizes recommended by the best authorities Thin copper 'strip is most easily handled ; but a copper wire. No. 1 or 0. may be more easily procured, and will answer quite as welL The lijrht tubu lar and fancy rods sold by itinerant venders are almost always aencieni in metal. There is no advantage in tubular, star-shaped, twisted, or other rods. Harris, the great authority, says: '"Provided the qu...

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 December 1872

(IJ LAwmt sat aumaias eoanties. 01m: Walttaorae Use. ICUil. iTr dJotnin counties, ud u th Hn CSItJfId 5 OimifU at INadiTUl Frimj Untfon jl-ren to eoUMtiona.- Of H.iMj?r?r'M X' Mrk.t8tit, Cormerljooeapled by Frluvon 4 Flem. . . Attorar at Lav. ., ! ;.. JVS B. MVD, ..1 -it'. Uwik,nM.. Kk6oBcfTek to mUmUobs. rVMrr.ia. mckat. " ' U ATTOKSer'AT iAW, CUMo, Tmm Prompt attention ftren U'H buainMo itrartsil to lite care. Offloe: . Whltthornr KD C. BXTOB. w mr 4WHT V. tTOCHLU 'S Attornay at Law, VmilaeU ia Uary ad lh adjofniBi eoTDtie: tJoIfeeoont prom Ely attended to. -Orncc Front room lap ttalri) aver -J. B. Jiai'-eireiry8tore. , Feb 2 71. 0 LUJJC jodsv. WIIOHT. w. j. msrti w BIOHT WEBSTEB. Attorneyt at Law ..n,r, lt ftlimlw.'faa.. WM' H- TIBW03TM, . tV',i. Attavney L-w,'"lS',,, Columbia, Tenn. Epeeial attentiob cicaa.to all basineet ea trutedtohiai. (mar.S9-ly. DBMTI9T8: Dr. X. IIrei1B. ; - -- . ,, SCBGKOX JESTIST, w , (MumbU. Ta Offiea s PhbtOgrapli Uallery.. , . - r. IMavmaaI Rlekairll, ...

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 December 1872

" . mmmm -m mammmmmm The dictionary scusc of the Leba ucm Herald ia overpowering. The wife of Col. Jons M. Flem ing, editor of Iho KuoxtIHc lret8 and Herald, ia dead. When a young lady, Miss Axx.v Itovu, kc iras marvellously beautiful woman. A desperado uamed Jim Jackson rcccntly 6tatbcd E. I. Colewill, a prominent citizen of Chattanooga, and then shot three policemen, one white and two blacks, who attempt ed to arrest him. Colwell and CABVr-R were mortally wounded. Jacksox escaped, and the Mayor of fered $500 for bis arrest The mur Wpr twe.ntv -seven vears old. and weighs about one hundred and fifty pounds. Fostib, the celebrated spiritualis of New York, will be in Nashville the latter part of this Tnonth. Dr Harrison has recently delivered a se ries of lectures on the subject of spir itnalism, in that' place, and it is to be Loped that his sound advice will be remembered while Foster is there The 'Springfield Bcord and the Lebanon Herald are spitting fire at Mich other. It commenc...

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 December 1872

COOtTTT. , , ODIl TERMS. a T JUIVAMCM. "VjT All edvertisia- will be eeaaldOTM OmA u4Nuioulku7tUHtAitUi arst iur- , Maim tf AfM Owwmi (om iaea.) tor mm nwuni vuout aa aaeiuo-aaj utter Frttey VlnilKS,tee. IS, 1879. XTMIMKAU 1 WtalM, rials. is mt J. H. Jaa . Ik wfc au1sT J. ma, ma. . . TTntajsorraTraJI Babovbteb. : a i ' a. Benaarlt. 40 44 .3 1 a 11 29 Overcast. M Fair. M i.3 28J0 o 148 28 26 at Ism S4 , 28 JU 29.10 . . SS.07i2a.00 28.ifJ9.S5 21U7 iSUs Clear. Cloudy. Overcast. 11 12) Flr.. Th first Quai-Uly Meeting of the M. E. Ctasuou at Colombia, will oomrxieno t-iiorrw, Ker. Wm. Doxa pwaidirig. W iiiderUnd that Mr. Dom ia giving Uw Methodists of hU District general satiafact'on. KT. Job Law, a Fraatytoriaj. mU.1. tar of 8. C praaobad ia In M. K. Church laKt Snndar niefat. He i na- (1ma( Manrvaonntv. Umr. Wat. 8toddrt preacbed in tba rreatjytertan ebon i abte -plaoa last 8oo4ar morning . and at night delivered a lecture ou Mlaalona. Among other txdetod things be said that Christian r...

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 December 1872

new CdSJ&m& -SUM jilt -T-.t-t r'iBTlff .1.1 1 mmmv JWWW' "?'rwt: r e af f 4-'f '.- THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Masfofr Soriooa troubles are reported in j Tehuantepec, where it is alleged that the In diam nn willing to ober Got. Lots-la were at tacked by troops, end that Gen. Placido Vega was killed. -Preaideot Lerdo will be inangu- rated on the first of December. Astonishment ia manifested in political circles at the persis tency of the new President in retaining in high offioe the appointees, of the late resident Juarez. The Cabinet officers are said to have resigned, bnt the new Cabinet will not be ap pointed on til after the inauguration of the in coming President. rJenor Kojo, the new Pres ident of the Congress, is a Jnarist and Henor Zamaoona, the new Vice-President, is an ad herent of General Farfirio Diaz, who is now on his way to the capital. A committee of Con gress proposes to erect a monument to the memory of Juarez, and to publish a work con taining the records of his act...

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