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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 12 May 1866

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Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 12 May 1866

Ay Si t Proprietor. HUKTER UICH0LS0N, EDITOR. ... . - 9 COLUMMIA, TE'.t Saturday Moraine, Way I2ili, 1SGG. "" v News and Rumors. , 'A rrcwdoiitki Message, in reply to an liwjo-ry fmt tlie tirmr of 7tepTe!ntat:res, s:ate Kmt iiA-frydo kw harm nmrd, and 707 case yet remain undiijoed of. Under the 13th excep tinu of tbe Amnesty Proclamation, iO!S parjonn fcave be-n issued. This Is known as the 20,000 thiie. ' ' . .iilnjor-Gciicral Howard reports pro perty nr.z I nntlor the art of July, 1362, and restor ed bythe P-ttreau, 1S,CI acre ; abandoned property allotted to (rtodiB?n and rmfcired by tlx- Crura a, 1 4,. 641 mere-? abeodtmeA jTuixrtr not allotted to freed om ToiU.ni! iy the Duma, 400,009 Km. TotaL 430,t0Sam-.;" tt ' ' ' - ' The Ttmcs, of the -Ttli, says: Tie, trade of the ffttft wouk wan fairly active in the liiM if Import entries, end tlir shipment of I lume-rtic PmJurc. There was added to tlie last a rlupmrut f iifcariy a million of Gold and Silver. Tbe businciw ia -Irotf-ijfu a...

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. — 12 May 1866

rrw . : j- - .',.-----1: TIIEJETEKALD. Saturday, Slay 13th, 18CG- V; Homo Matters. ' CHUKG1I DIKECTOUY; st. rETEirs cnLn:cir-?J.irVot strict. Jiev. Daviu l'lSE services at 10; A. 11. rilESB YTEIJr AX CIIUISCII. Corner Church and ne t Hex. A. L. Klixe aerrice at at 11, A. M. METHODIST E. CnyECTL Market ft. Dev. Join? P SIcFeet-ix services at 11 A. II ( Concl uded from bit week. ) Tlie Press iu ColumbiaHistorical. - Jowl M. Dii.mx, U tbe duly authorized Travel ing A pent for Tbk Hkralu, and any contracts fur dveniouip, made by bira, will be ralid, and proncptlr attended to. lie is, also, sntborizt il to receipt for monies or Subscription, Advertising, or other business connected with Tus ilciuxo Office. S. II. Paevix, in a duly autborized Agent for inw liEtAJLB, w, vtest-A-ourta is tree t, Cincinnati, Ohio. Cm. W. Kobi.b A Co., are dulv authorized Agent fur Ths IIebald, Louisville; Ky. . uDz Bow's Eevatw" Conies promptly to band, and, as usual, Lriiufiill of tbe most useful, practical...

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. — 12 May 1866

.4- - ' ' " Site CoIumWii jgwaM. Saturday Morning, Hay 12, 1366. From the Sew York Cifxru. ' A Ptincrent Consideration f tlio Various Trades and CalI!ntP T jiilks o'sciixr. Or all the trade that nn may call Unpteummf and flinitivc, Tlie editor's hi Uie worst of all, Fur be in ever pensive ; Vv WauV rs lead in nothing hipli, Ifcs eolumna are unstable. And UKrtiph the pnirtora make him pie, It doea nut suit bia table. The Carpenter li'w course is plane, His hit isalwavn near him ; TTa mntitwm t'tm w fvuiv of wain. IK nuWIB KIN J? ", lie diare, ret is not el-e, tlicy say, Tbe public pay his board, sir; I'll!! f a ise saa it, lie bores away And a be swells his board, :r. Rt. rU-pen's son tlie nun of shoes, Baa all thin? at control, air ; lie waxes wealthy in bis view, But ne'er neiect hia sola, air j His ii indeed a healing trade. And when weeunie to ca.-ting Tlw Ve tal in.fiui lie has nia.l N We find Lis ends are lasting. The Tailor, ton, gives fits to all, . . Yet never guts a basting...

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. — 12 March 1869

' '',,l''"aB,IIMaa,wBBaBBBnn 'vw--'"- ' -' f ,BBBMaaMaaMlPaaaMaBBaaBBnBBBBBBS I- . : jTmm at bomm. f7nxi 1 ' "M ' : : L " -it--rr " ' ' ' -'-'v. '' ,Traor.o.n-ows rSssa.xm. ' IT -7- ' ' . :pft&v ihe Columbia Mekalb,;; ABd "lw"TrM ?(); "?- . . - 1 ! 1 .' -1 Th -SMspin (- far sbs; . .. , i ' - ' . -I lov t! better au . . . I 4 , , : , " Teas' T " (capital Keck tea. ' 1 " " 1 t .. OO.Vi BEFORE. " . -J II THE ALTfrrVTCT TifHi't bMattral fooe la the cilcot air, Wk follow me nt and mr, . Wnk aBiltiw araa aad aaibar kair. Withwicetwanp, T wit braata of arajtr lin 1 Met, n cuin sear. t Th dimpled kaad. aad rUiglat of gaUl UK ww ia a amiv rwwy , f I nntca ? arma fut tbc clap of oMj '.ot thaaaapty air Saatraarelj oaid, I . C , -l mj ricil alone 1 k jap. 1 Tbara'a a taaa krow with a radiant arowa Aad a ero.it)- 0wa aw daft ; , There' aerera ehade eeaM bow And wara mo aon,- ik. 4mt eyiiow' 6 aweet ia tbeu buaat traM. ' Ah. well 1 and aamwar -,, jj, SimriiiS her aaaia old aon, - Bat, ohl tta...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 12 March 1869

Ct ' .T C". tJ. y 'n'T-tl E H RT? A T TTl i: . , .Z: Afw'Jitff'. . Vnnih-bwS kZfi it .... , erymtaBj8y monilug,LXjmcDoi.LAa fra'ABora. in aTMifr. --' Balta af 4wrtOlmf(r rto lines) for oi insertion tiAj( each, aUdtUunaA tnser . tlon TS antK ' .' Ira lyr TSqonre, ftqcarca. qoarea. Four in Col. ' Hail Column Tar DO 45 on )W00 15 00 zs no 40 00 15 09 torn moo woo TS 00 ao o f vu JB m s. oo lAIA Una Ooluma ft) ON 00 14000 Advnrtiaeinentsln donU column-rhortml re rnt-In advanceof aho-veraie. ' Bpeial KotioM will l charged twenty rent a llaaeevrh insertion. - OMtoarv Notice. Trttintew nrKMt te-. will to charged tha una adverbxe- If Tlt. ... O'awbiMTBH Porttnnonnrlnv1 miuII- .dateeftw Caoaty ofBcennnd veittla.lor, ' lor Conaress tS; for M HHiclpai jmd civil -dMtrtct offieaa, -ll in advance? " : C O L TJ m B I A T E K'N :-: , , ratio AT, .HARCH MTH,1M. WUt Advertising wrtl--t considered ( ASH and eoUecAabie any ticna ailer (lie . nrsr; inseruoa. - r 1 ' THK LATEST1 IWfc Gold eloMtl at III r...

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. — 12 March 1869

THE HERALD; COLlTJIBIJU'TEirsr.: FRIDAY, MARCH 1TI, 1SS. AvrtiTDtxira towfii imnmtiiiM ta Mrtlon mmt be handed lnoa or before Toes day evening, each week. . - TOWN AXD COUNTV. TRAINS 60DTH.f Arrir at Colaaibia.1 Vo. I Paa-engerBd Express, 7 is a. a. No. 1 Flight. a- . . 1:15 - V. Xo. Aaer moaafia. .. ,,. .ww . 5.J0 P. K 7 Passenger, , . ?? P . Tram No. 8 el atop oalrat Atheis,Pulai laAi, Colombia and Franklin. Through tickets are sold at this office to all Cues East and Sonth.- - 4 ' TRAISS 50BTH.: ' r 5e. PasenjeT learrs Corambta, J. IS a. m X. Aenoiamodatioa, M . . T.30 a. a 5.4PiirAEi " . LI4r. m. Se. SFretgst, . : 110 p. m JOSH. O.BAILET, Ajrent The fVequent highway robberies on the Xorth Side of Dock River, in the Ber - Creek neighborhood, has demonstrated beyond doubt, tha existence of a well - crgmnired bend of outlaws operating in that section of the county. That the clansmen should be broken np is patent to every one who ralne life and proper ty. It is hoped by every honest...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 12 March 1869

. "SOUND UPON TUB OOOSK9 O RIGHT OF TBS PHRASE. "Id Ua a loore dim, bow hen, la BetUByifa- All tn der down of HorrUburg der roeed a Tierce debate, Twcen Taittiiiee tnlt gooee, nnd doae Than ism Tare fnnndt If Cxor by common law, go tqunderli Dow who vota nod oa-trHled mlt gacaaa, and "Tnd dcna aaoder early itself d no refeal. Of anrMiorrets who kepd do f.ooee. Decease 'was aod nMDdvel : 60 aey eholnet de anU-goooera, or d oonder ' Jo ww glass p Ben Brettzaaan led his abdeam out : M DU chdorj Dat ta soled idea. ash luc. -HWu. l Da drecks ih ad de pottom de skoom loads hlzh lntoed; Boot dm bier if fa de mittfe, says aa soot old 8aenaaa tied. " Vui thoost apoat elegdioB-dimea da seoom and aranii wwi r, Hava a naily Wsbl-Teiwanatachaft, or election f rinpathie." Dla.U very Tine,' uya JAUdcr Twl e, " Tot be re roa latrotnce: Hit your bermtnioa 1 11 grxck oa mlt my abdory A gaBdertate for sheriff da eoo.J-beho'.dtrs rntv ' Who ebaear de coooe de aoblcxt diura vot Talk - Bene de ana; Tor d...

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 July 1869

-' ' L . . j - s j -.--' -v--' C -" -w,. ...... - v-jawrV yy ' j--ri MianaaawjaBaaannawaaiawBBia ' i,'fwnii)'"iiiawM',, mi W.u wiw yMrawJ5aaaBaawaatawaMwwiajiiffH -o 1 V U r-' 1 i - I 8- Om and ott tftla, i' ' I4o matter wMck way I tsn, I alwaya tad la Ux Book of LiJt . Boai leaaoa I ha to leara. , I moat Uka aT tara at tae mill, I mam rrtni nut tw I mnat work atmy tuk wttfe a rtsaolaU wtn. mA VTOI aafaUaaW - Wf cannot macara tha sod - Of eves ta tiniest fawer, Sor cbeck the Sow of the roidea aanda That raa threach aelnele hoar. Bat the moraiag aewi maat fall. And the aan and the Haner rata Mart do thetr part, and perform Uan Oter and over again. O and orer afaln The brook throofh the meadow flown, AD4 orer aad over again The ponderona mill-whMl roes. Once doing will not aafflcT Thonph doing be net in nits r n4 a bieaaing, tailing a onoe or twice, Way come, if we try again. ' ath that baa one been trod -vr a roach to the bet ; ' leaaon we once have learned r ao hard to repeat. aorro...

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 July 1869

) 1 i- V c r i) T:; ii H ERALD". ' W-UttNlHM" fa pub r-rrwj nararaay morning, at XBSEKUOLLABS wrann.um, in advance. Batoa ef AwrW-or Sqoare (ten Un) ruroMliwerUoatiM); each additional inser lon 75 cent. 1 m 2m 3m 6m 10 00 15 00 25 00 53J0O Jyt 13 00 90 W 30 00 WOO 7.100 Square, 2 (Square, . 'Square, Fourth Col. Half Column 4 W ( 00 15 00 WOO 00 8 00 12 00 3) 00 25 00 40 00 8 00 10 00 lion 25 00 Si 00 40 00 MO 00 One Column sow .WOO 14000 Advertisements In double column, cliareed 2J per cent, in advance of above rates. . Special Notices will be charged twenty eent a line each Insertion. mr ttbitnarv Notice, TruleH of Respect", ct. will be charged thewauiea advertie ancnt. CAXOIDATW Forniinotuiclng candi date)! for County ofHce and the legislature. for Congress 8; for Municipal and civil district office. i all in advance. COLUMBIA TKfN.: I'RIDAl J I' I.V 4 3, !. A.LI Advertising will lie considered CASH and collectable any time after the Brat insertion. OUR TICKET. For Senator, IS. EA...

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 July 1869

J T HE HER At D; ; v COLUMBIA, TEXX.t "v AnveaTiKKWKKn to secure Immediate ln tertion must be humled in on or before Tue day e veiling, rack week. TOWN AND COUPTTV. I. O. R. M. The Mated council arcs of Caicmawa.es. Tbim No. 4. 1. O. K. M rf Columbia. Tetiu.. are kindled at Odd Fellow 'a Hall, iwy Friday treeing, owe biurancrf onset. ' JOHN A. EKGLE, ft IAS. L. GUEST, C. ofK. TRATELEB'M KHM. TRAINS SOITTII. fAniTC at Colombia. No. 8 Passenger and Express, 7:2 So. 1 Freight, Vf & AnmnluodalHHI. - U.30 r. If, Train No. wilt stop only al AtbcuP) Pulaski, OiluaibiaartrrankUa. -Tbrowrb ticket are uuld at this office te an Clies Fart and iJouth. TRAINS XORTHY ' No. 8 FsaeeiujcT leares Columbia, 2.1S. M. No. 6 Aeroetmodatioe, M u T.30 A. V. Ko.41aeemjer&Ea M " 1.34 r. u. No. 2 Freight, 1.10 r. i JOSH. U. BAILET, Ages. AMU VAL A HEFABTVKE F MAIL Nashville arrive 7 SO; depart 4 2. Waynesboro 4 wiee ajveck. airiie Wedaes dsy abdi Saturday, 1 p. to.; depart Thursday ana Mouoey, e a. in...

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 July 1869

r I f 7 TSX ADTEXrUSK CF CiTI. POTTS. Do yon know," said Roberts, "yon re mind me or a mesa or mine so mncn. really thought yoa were the Terr man -when I came up to yoa on the road. Potta his name wu-Captain Potta; he was a London man ; perhaps yoa know JUm 7 ';. No. I didn't know him." "Ah! hewae one of the Pottses who mashed ao awfullv some years ago." said my friend, indulging himself with a load ruBaw at his joke. " Yon remember tu great failure of Potta, Pumpkins, & Cope, the bankers, of counter Well, this Potta was a nephew of Fotta sir Tin roua, Ton know. Iknewnothincof this though when I frst met voting potta I met him on the Aymc fishing. Hcwui good fish erman : bat Ton iuBt'lsbmen dont often do modi on oar livers, and then yon go home and aay there are no nsn in tnera. Well, I rare him aome wrinkles, which he profited by, and we got to be fast friends. We're nothing to de; so draw up to the fire, and Til tell yoa & story about Potts and myself. I call it the mercif...

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 July 1869

THE KINGDOM OF EOMEL by n una strxra. tTnfonowlDf U UBTlseOeaT to wntca WBS nrMiti tl'JS ooered by the pabliahera of Dark is tlx alf tat, and itf nl ana dTMrilT Baaae the wind Ilk the waves of the m: Aittle car L, m her. I alar cheerily, Wifti ( mv .Itfl. and aKk Mm . Elar.atlag, crowaaM tbcKtnri ' Bobm U theaUagdoat and Lot is the Xiag'f Thnkas the firelight apoa the dear faces. Dearer aa dearer aa onward we ro. Force th ehadow behind aa, and place Brtphtneea arotad as with warmth la the clow. Kiar, Kin J, erowa m the King: Hobm U th Kiacdota and Lot Is th King I Flashes th tovellrnt teereastn th glory. Beaming from bright ye wit, warmth of th aoat Telling of trait and eoatMt Oe tweet story, lifting the ahadowa that ewr a roIL Kiag, King, crow aie the King: Home is the Klngdow and Love is the King l Richer than miser with perishing treasare, Served with s ferrice no conqaest eoald bring; Happy with fort a a. that word cannot meaaare, UgM-heartod I oa the hearth! one Caa alng. King....

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 July 1869

J . -every feJtu jr rwiUA(,tt A-AUKCS DOUULB3 fx raDUf -la 1 vaoce. . - "J" f-0.5 Square (ten line) .' ' "wiiirc eacu additional lnsor- Im 2m Sin 6m Jyt 15 00 ao oo 30 00 60 00 75 00 ituuo 1 Square, 2 riqtiarea, 'Squar, Fourth Col. Half Column One Column 4C0 TOO SCO 10 00 1)0 8 00 10 M 15 00 8 00 12 00 IS 00 25 00 ntlO 20 00 25 00 3.VG9 atoo ) asm woo 30 00 40 00 50 W 80 U0 25 per eeut. Ui ad vance of abovtt rates. 9'PpecUl Notices will bo charged twenty cerrU a line each tiiNertkm. Obituary Notice). Tribute of Reaper, -lC will be charged the same a advertise ments. Caxpidates For announcing randl flatea for County office and the Lgislalure. ss'i; fr Congress M; for Municipal aud civil district offices, 5 all in advance. COLUMBIA , TEXX.:, I'll I DAY JI'I.V SO, I 809. MAIX Advertising will xi considered CASH and collectable any time after the .k insertion. - OUK TICKET. ,". l-'or Senator, L j. II. EASOX, - OK IlIcKMAN T" , " ! For Klooter, ; '-' , v. ox peukixs, . O. WILLIAMSON . l ...

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 July 1869

' sr --- .- -i 1 COLUMBIA TE5JC:" ; ' f FBI.DAYt J IT I VI, lfft. Advertisements to secru-e immediate in sertion ninstl hand! lnou or before Tues- Oay evcmng, each wee.. ..... TOWfT AND COUNTY, Tbe Slated council fires of CukkAmacca Tkibs o. 4, I. O. K. M. of Columbia, Tena, re kindled at Odd Fellow's Hall, every Friday r.rcning, ouc uouraitcr sunset. JOHN A. EXGLE, S. J AS. I.. QUEST, C. of R. ... . TKAVELER'R VI IDE. TRAIN'S SOUTH. fArrirc at Columbia. No. 3 Passenger and Express, . . J ? " No. 1 FreiirhL - . 10:25 a. U. No. 5 Accommodation, .2.r ' v t r-. 9.28 T H Train No. S will stop only at Alliens, Pulaski, Columbia and Franklin. . . . . Tbnmrh tickets are sold at Una office to all Cties East and booth. TRAINS NORTH. No. Pasaencer lea res Columbia, 2.13 A. M. No. Acminidtion, 44 No. 4 PasseuirerojEx " . 1.34 r.U. No. s Kreicbt. " " 1.10 P.M. JOSH. O. BAILEY, Agent ABK1VAL, OErABTFKE F MAILS. Nashville arrire 7 20: depart 4 20. Wavnesboro nice a week, arrive Wednes day and Sat...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 30 July 1869

GOING JJP IX A BALLOOX. BT eJXICS EKSBI BBOWITB. There was a lull in balloon ascensions- for some time ; bat early ia the spring, just before the war. Professor Lowe was to make a royage from Cincinnati. I was there at the time, and at soon ss I heard of it 1 wrote him a note tell in him of my earnest wish and frequent attempts to mike an ascension. lie told me In a per sonal interriew that I should haTethe first chance, and on the afternoon of the daj advertised I was in the enclosure Tery early, resolved not to be cheated again out of my airy ride, coveted in Tain since childhood. The number of people in the enclosure was quite large, and on the outside im mense. The billoon was filled from the city gas-pi pel it used to be necefsiry to mate the gas for the purpose, which was troublesome and expensive, and three or four hours were needed to fill the great globe. Balloons are usually supposed to be made of silk, but those which take men up Tery rarely are. Silk would cost a great d...

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 August 1869

BYAHUBT. Bv and by I Wa aay it softly, Thinklmff of a tender kope, 8tirrioc always ia oar boaoma. Wber ao many longing grop. Br and by 1 Oh or until greet at la a Mum that ia to come, And the faara that mom defeat as. That shall alt be stricken dumb ! Br and by I Taa m oornf ol sorrows Clouding o'er oar sky to-day, 8ball be irons la glad to-morrow - Shall be baniahed quite away I By and by I We say It gently. Looking on oar client dead. And we do not think of oarth-life. Bat of Heaven's tweet life instead. Br by I We look In yearning Toward the Larbor of the bleC And we aea the beacons burning la the porta of perfect reat. By and by I Onr ship shall anchor, ir the tide and wind no fair. Some day In the port of Heaven, Where oar lost and lored ones are. Bran4byt Oh say it softly. Thinking not of earth and care, Bnt the byaKdbf of Hesvcn, . WaiUn tor a over iter I (Mot m Month. Btkdib tisttan). FETEB CRISP'S SPECTACLES. Petkr Crisp hd something the matter with his ryes: he needed s.ec...

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 August 1869

XH HERALD TtZS-flM ChmMa ImU " Is oubllshed wrr haturday morning, at Thru Dolulbs MTUWIB, ID. MTWMR. - BaM T AwvtistaavOli Sonar ften lineal foroM Insertion LjO; each additional Iri-ser- wn a nam. lm 2m 3m 6m lyr 1 Square, aSqoare, SqUarea, Fourth Col. Half Column 4 00 00 800 15 00 an oo 6 0U 00 MOO 20 00 8 00 10 00 15 00 25 00 XiOO 10 00 15 00 25 00 SS00 40 00 15 00 ao oo 30 00 60 00 75 00 25 00 40 00 One Column 30 00 60 00 80 14000 AdyertiiwmenU in double column, charged K per cent. In advance of above rate. W-Special Notices will "be charged twenty MnU a line each Insertion. ST Obituary Notice, Tribute or RPf ate, wUl be charged the same as advn- "SrMJAxnrDATm-For .nnounc n 4atea for County office, and 'iatpu Vk tot Congress ; for MunMpal and civil district offices. 5-ll m J,nce- COLUMBIA, TENN.: FSIDAY, AlGlT 9TII, 1N8. (Aid Advertising will le considered CASK nd collectable any time after .the Imr insertion. New England in gloomy at the thought, that, after the next census, she...

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 August 1869

.to THE HERALD. Columbia; texn.: ntiDAi, aucsuot arn, s. Advebtihexexts totecure Immediate in sertion must be handed in on or before Tues day evening, each week. TO WW AND COUNTY. I. O. K, M. The Stated council lire of Chick Tribe No. 4, I. O. R. M. of Columbia, ""' are kindled at Odd Fellow's Hall, every lrW" Evening, one hour after sunset. ..,. - u JOHN A. LNGLE, b J AS. L. GUEST, C. of R- TRAVELEB-8 Ufioe. TRAINS SOUTH--."'6 " C'$&l No. 3 Passenger and Express, No. 1 Freight, No. 5 Accommodation, M 10:2o a. M. 5.30 r. M. yr7JXXrt IP onl5 t Athens, Pulaski, tViBuKSkS.ld at this office to all Cties East and South. TRAINS NORTH v.. e lf..;seill.cr leaves Colombia, 2.13 a. If. o. 6 Accommodation, So. 4 I'assencer & Ex 7.30 A. x " 1.34 r.M 1.10 P. M ". r reign.. JOSH. O. BAILEY, AgcnL ARRIVAL DEPARTIRE OF MAILS. V..l,i-ill arrive 7 20: depart 4 20. u'lviuvlmro ta-ice a week, arrire Wednes day and Saturday, 1 p. m.; depart Thursday and Monday, 6 a. i:. .... . Perrvville-twice 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. — 6 August 1869

" --- v -Tn nitBy heart back TiZ w.aa li & temptation it was on f jit of flninnv anrt Titnrla tha, vwU . liep In stronger bondrcf brotherhood f aian anything elae of a hnoiLAMs ten Oency. But how much more ubctiye Aj! "wbes ailed by a little dranatio Tcict A ? P London correspondent giro an affecting v description of the singing of the pathetic ballad of "Father, Come HomeMn one of the London theatres, "which left bat few dry eyes in the house, and must hare nerred to stronger resolutions any present who were in the habit of giving way to the weakness of induleicg inintoxiating drinks to excess. This correspondent, , describing the scene, says that the lady came in front of the curtain, amid great applause, and commenced : " Father, dear father," Ac Erorv word was distinct, and she sang the baf ad with great feeling. In order, however, to describe the scene which followed etch Terse, it is necessary to give little Mary's :Eg : Father, dearfather, ease borne with me now. The cloc...

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