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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 13 May 1870

i I. We quarre'.isHhU irn f -vi:e. &jw-t " we wore out t to per, n.i bctrcc knew why,- . -' . Thookl tu cause was trlvsl and common Bat to looltin our rjue you'd have nwora that we both 3 - ' Were a couple of nmics,' splteruf and wroth - . rv- Sot we-lddd maaend woniaa. J v (. - . . .. .' 77 Wire, lfke a tragedy queen to a jilayV - ''.' ' TosMd her w t Utile bend In as litfiy away AsolttU wo"mi wiable: -ttoa e!epUe4 her kr.s m,Ji & sneer and a frown. -- i , - v. , .... - While X, tClrg'TorsUcr, slampod up and down, ....... . . . , likaa careless grta in a statile. . v- - r-, . -on,a hark thorjT us the b'lUerwt (seeing Bitbenv -of u: u women and Utile men. - - . l oa'd have law-bed at oor tpite nnd paion: And woe 'A never nave dreamed that a atoru like thin - -'- Wonlu be rainbow "d to tears by thnt stm- iiit,akis, "Till we talked in old fond fashion. Tct tno storm was over ifi tassthan an liour. And wan followed soon by a sunuy nower, And that aaln by embraces: - ? . Tel so ...

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 May 1870

.1 V I ( I i j I it , -II li 2 A LD. fttXV-Ta44VJ'"Ma KfS Is published fcer annum, in advance. KaHa r A4i(-c. one square (ten linen) jo om l"erroa, ti.50; eaeli additional in ortioa, Vooantn. ; COLUMBIA, TENN.: raiDAY. may is, ist. LL Advertlaing will be considered t'ABH and collectable any time after the fin Insertion. He Nashville --Banner, whose 44 blood i- all meridian,'' says the (food City of Rock ia too 'quiet for health. Too qnict for" growth and great prosperity. - m - i Tie gute toastltitlon. Ci orernor Senior and General John C Brown, President of the late Con atitntional Convention, attached their official eitrnaturcs and affixed the ead of the State to ;he New Const! tation, yesterday. The vote for the New Constitution, with Grainger, Jioox, Uvcrton and ICoane counties to hear from, is officially announced to be 08,123 and 33,872 against it The total number of votes cast in the btate, save tho counties mentioned, is 133, U00. -. Br. Towler at SAabrlUe. 1)6 Molav Command...

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 May 1870

.toaot) ccrrrrr. .- -. i - i -a -. - r All pnitfy rertaaaj cards wl be iuetti is Baa Store.. YT.Ca. we now have and intend kaepinj lh tcsf shop band-made work in the United States, which trill be sold at low prices for cashtil of which we warrant fully, and if notes represented, will return the W. Xtarsa Johnexm, Esq formerly a favorite citizen cf Columbia, but now a -resident of Centreville, Hickman coun ty, was in our city last Monday. - Capt. Ed. Caker, of the U. S. is in Columbia, stopping at the Franklin nousc . . . - Sir. T. J.- Helm, who was absent about a week as attendant at the marriage of Mr. John Graham of Franklin, at Rome, Georgia, has returned to Columbia. The time was lovely for travelling, the occa sion was twmltioiML the narrv car. brill iant and gallant. If we are to Judge of the good looks of the crowd by two of the attornments, Mr. Helm and Hardin P. Figures, Esq, editor ef the Franklin Ve rier, we are prepared to compliment the good looks of the party. . Capt. ...

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 May 1870

era tia at csmssrno.' Sonthern men and women,' te communication fizned 'Yinrinia,' fisniert 4 irrrinia' ! to a Udy of "Richmond, and the letter from Gen . RobertK. Lee embrace! in it. Wc crn add turthiitg td the force of that ' tpsal to the "pious work" uiaxuen, lce refers to. As it 'stands, ' unperformc J. it is a blot mi t ilic.licirt i oonin. lCt it be wiped xnt. Let tlw crv in aid of tl.V 'ninm wnff? f ..'ll ' . ... t po wp from city and town and hamlet, trom hill and valley, from the press, the pulpit and. the forum, without CrftkllKT. tltltil ' tlin linnao nf .itv Aitl Jierooa on the fic Id tif ticll vfebnrir arc VI ........ ' ' V O V decently covered with1 Ihcodof the f oil for which thev died : LETTER .FROX UES". I.EK; - LrxixGTOx, Va., March S, 170.--Mt Dear Mas i-; I have feltfrrtat interest in the success of i he sthenic of the. Hollywood Memorial Association of Richmond, for the removal of the - Confederate dead at Gettysburg- tiuee -heariu of the neglect of their icinai...

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 May 1870

..if." iiHi7on;i Jf!ifJi.iWTfH Of ! TfttnJtuii:i ' . . I r e Al OCB CEXUC9D. y . Tin 64, yet met to listen "-1". "' 1"'ni To t be coll wind' penile wtlL- -' -And think; we hear lam music , Oar cab iood knew so well;? .' vr1 To gaxe out on the even, v ,t And the boundless fields of ah . ' 1 And feel aln aw beynoodv wisli r ' , IoFoamlUtngcl8iUen' VVtv,J There are vvaj dreamt: of gladncfci vT I-- That, cltn arooiKl th past ; v , . And from 1 e tomb of feeling i . . Old thou all come throtwing fail ? , -The form love od.iir . .-: fi In the faftv-edays bow goae, i The beanttf . jd lovely, .Y bo lair lo Aok upon. t ' ' s - :! .,rr. ; Those bright And wntl ini.in . Who eeeiaed to formed lor biias. To glorious and to heveajy t wnose amf seemed s Uumlns, Iaasea. -firm,.- .- A nd whose 1-j of fcold were ktreamlut, Oer brows so sunny bright." --' Whose smile were like the sunshine I n the aprlng time of the year Like the ehangeful gleams of April, They follow! vrr Inr 1 They have passed like ...

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 May 1870

I . , - ASTCSTCiKXTS. THE HEI&LD; 1T4C-nMCMMUa HraUl published every FrMs.r morning at TJULSE Doluaks per annum, in advance. - Bata T ASTrrtaalBaj. One square (ten lines) Kr one Insertion, SI JO; each additional In sertion , 70 cent. . .!. COLUMBIA', TENN.: eaaaaaaaaMaaaa. ; - rCirAY, MAY , 187. "ALL Advertlslnsr will he conskiered CASH and collectable any time niter, .the an iBKentan. 1 Candidate for loisrcss. f Hon. Dorsrv 1 B. Tuomas ii an nounretl this monnngliMDur column a a candidate ' for OongrcM. Mr. Thomas ran against the present in cumbent, Hon. 8. M. Abxkll, several years ago, and was fairly elected, but iox. IIbum slow rcftiM.'d to rivc liim t lie certificate of election, and Con j?rc being equally unju-t, refused him admission. He is a strong and efficient Conservative, and if elected will no doubt make .us a good representative at the national capital. The receipts of cotton at all the ports for the week ending Friday' eveninjf. amount to 38,2SG hales, (against the...

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 May 1870

HE HERALD. COLUMBIA, TEKN.: lpIDAY, SAY It, All i ly personal cards will be inserted ia the DekaL as advertisements. " Bt,fcJk M . JT. W, ey er rMlr tlakrc, cvlMMibte.' - We now have tend Intend .keeping the Wst shop hand-made work ia the United States, w hich will be sold at low prices for cash all of which we warrant fully, and if not m represented, will return the money.- ...... Shekoou ASov. J 4 K - Xew Aalvertlseaaemte. Dr. W. C. Doraett publishes a card in our paper this morning, announcing that be will practice his profession In our city. He read medicine with Dr. Frier son, of this city, and recently received a diploma from the Bcllevue Medical Hos Tital College, New York. With such recommendations a diploma from one of the first medical colleges in America, and a pupilage under Dr. F. we have a right to commend hi ui to our people as a bealer oi their physical infirmities. Robert Hamilton, Agent for Grover A Raker's sewing machine, has returned from an extensive visit throu...

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 May 1870

! Iteitaeu of Suras. Among the papers read before the the Rational Academy of Sciences at its recent session, wm one by Prof. . Wm. L. Nicholson on "Some of the Shenomena at tending the great torna-o-thnnder storm in Iowa, Illinois, and Michigan, June 3, I860." The Professor, daring the coarse of his reading, gave a detailed account of the . manner in which the storm-clouds were formed, and the immense de- strnction which followed in the course of the tornado. The total number of miles traveled by the storm-cloud wai 560, across the States above named ; . the cloud being in the shape of a cone or spout, which in many instances reached the earth, and tore up large quantities of black prairie mud. which it seemed to incorporate with itself, aa on every occasion in which the column reached the earth it assumed darker hue. When the snout reach cd the Iowa river, the spray was seen to come out ot its apex, makinga pic ture even more impressive than Ni agara Falls. The evidences ot the am...

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 May 1870

' . - v - V s ? ' . ' v - ' - '' : . - - -. .... . '. ' ; - ' , ' .-' . W . . ? iff? TCK 1.1 re. BY W -keep - thee In the sphere which When 101 of tlSKlt",thd. - Bleep . Ume could wither. And perishes amonA. .... . . For I shall feel ti If there I meet thy rent or hear the yolce of love In thy nerenest eye the eleft pain, rll notisi. read again er thought. ...... v " ia not thy own meek ne there? That heart knu demand me Klvent -.ntomtWM MI "?!!,r,.0.n.'rfh Was ever in thV And wut thou never utter it In fiCJJfJ' In meadow tanned br heaven' WrjL-.n J . nwind, T , -.- irwuwww W. .Ill glVlUIH1ft)Mi: A1H1 larger nOVnumla at fho tnltwl . . 7 . T7. Will thou forgi Ue lore that Joined oa liere? u.; The love that lived' through all ' the1 stormy - Past, , J : - - . , c And meekly with my handier nature bore, (Shall It expire with life and be no moi? f Await thee there ; for thou haul bowed thy W1JI I , . i , , tt In cheerful liomntre to the rule riirbt . And lovent all. and rendered! good f...

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 May 1870

" II " "RW-ThColunia Hrrnl. I published wy rrklar morning at Tiiueb Dollars Itt annum, in advance. Bata of kirrrXMa. One square ((on lines) 111, i i trwii, , oicu auuu luuai in' COLUMBIA, TENS. : FBIDAT, M AY 27. 18r.' 1 AALTj AdvrtlitMr will 1m MuisUaiwd CAHH and wlleclable any tlm after the M. C G allow a v, EiwJ.; late of the Memphis Avalanche, has become stockholder in the Memphis - Appeal Ptiblislrinsj Company, and one of the editors of the Appeal newspaper. A letter in the Nashville Banner ay Browulow's vitality is becoming rapidly exhausted. lint it is claimed bv his immediate fainilv that his health lias materially improved, aud that strong hopes are entertained of its complete restoration. lie went to New york a few days ago to consult cx-Surgeon General Hammond, who gave his cane a thorough examination, aud intimated that proper medical treatment might possibly prolong his life some fifteen or twenty years. 1 m The eighth (cct.on of the eleventh article of the new Constitu...

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 May 1870

THE herald: r COLUMBIA. TES5.:, FttlDAY, WAV 87, 187. TOWN AND COUNTY. '. "l : r r - ' v i v 1 I a ... . . ah pitit awg ranis wiu De inserted ia the Haul advertisemeobw Hat Store, V. W.Cai We now have and intend, keeping the hfM shop hand-made' work in the United States, which will be sold at low prices v ...... iw casn an or which we warrant Wy, and if not as represented, wUl return the m?n?-v- Shkkgoo&Sox. reuza-yi. Cruelty Aalaaata. Last Saturday night, at Carter' Crock Station, iDotch Nichols, 8coU Stephens, and Jim" Polk, concluded they would hare some fun, and made it up between them to scare Billy Pipkin, young lad In PoUTs employ, who is very scary. Dutch, Jim and the boy, happened to be ! coming up to the Station in the night, and on the way Scott, who was station- ed.bchind the leather shop just below Mo- Kay's store, fired off bis pistol, Dutcn lell as though he was dead. Polk start ed off to McKay's store and the boy tor home, plunging through the creek, but was afra...

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 May 1870

- - '.-..I -Y N ,.;r. i - I i l t:j Ceaeabrrs tke. Sakkat. : tj ui Steps It Bolr. The following curious dog glory is vouched for bj a paper in Montreal : ?." A gentleman owns a dog that has some remarkable Jnstincts. On week days he has all Hie passions and pro pensities of other dogs, but on the Sabbath his peculiarities and sectari an sentiments come out. lie knows when this day comes. He is not the ftame dee as on other days. He in dulges in no pastimes, encourages no company, and 6ecms to ear, in actions londcr than words : "Six days may we play and do all our sports." The fami ly are 1'resbytcrians ; the dog is a Methodist.. On Sunday he attends the family to the Presbyterian church, and then holds on his solitary tnd un broken war until becomes to his own - church, which is a little further on ' He has a particular place upstairs where he sits. Jfo belle or madam of fashion, who sweeps up the aisle of a Kpular church, and hnus a pie bian in her new, can jrhre a more de cided e...

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. — 3 June 1870

v I t .fihctatntet C.h : ' All old dlamnronrorf ! . . - - - - . t 1 V-' life, were ooaauntly complalninr of the I laurts and failures r others, instead of seeking by Mvimj fcerp rectify their own. w - - " ,Vi tVlL,! M Sorrow in the v 'Vv Aoam ana JSve," the pkl gentleman would exclaim. If I . had been Adnm T vmM 4.L j - . lowed a woman to lead me Into such a A wealthy and dIous aAv who had frequently relieved the old" SrfLi ? y when pass- ' r . , lu grain Diing as usual about Adam and Eve. She felt anx ious to convince them of the impor- , 1? f being contented with the sta tion m which Providence had placed tnem, and how wrong it was to be thus life. murmuring at their lot ra t enext morning the lady's servant in livery came to toe cottage with a ' ege from his mistress, requesting the old couple to go up to the mansion. Tlra looks of discontent vanished for once, as the old folks were delighted wiui such a mark of distinction from I one so very rich. On arriving at the mansion! the...

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. — 3 June 1870

THE HERALD " . ' TTBIS. TW!ColkU HraM h publixhed erery Friday morning at Threk Dollabs per tanum, in adrance. Katce ef A4ttttWc. One square (tea lines) jor one Insertion, L60; each additional in xertion, 75 cents. . fir- .COLUMBIA, TENN.: ruiDAv. joE a, isrow "ALL Advertising ' will ' be considered CASH and collectable any tlmo after .the jinw insertion. ., , .... , ., , , .. Presbyterian Reanlon. Accordiug to ' Philadelphia dis- patches, the sentiment of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church now in session at that city, in' refer ence to organic union wi th the South ern Presbyterian Church, seems unan imous. Dr. McCosh delivered a dis course Sunday in Assembly Church, income passages of which this senti ment was, significantly . indicated. The dispatches announce that dele gates will be sent to the General As senbly silting at Louisville, to convey Uic salutations of the Assembly and present the resolutions that were unanimously adopted. , ; 'CALLED OFT AJfD KILLED. Ana...

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. — 3 June 1870

COLUMBIA. TSKH.i FRIDAY, Jl'NE 8, I8TV I I , TO WW JkXfT COUNTY. ' " ' ; 1 ... All purely pcraoaal eards will b inserted is m the IIekau m advertisements. . . ,' i . , ? -f - . Mr raMIe Square, CvlambU. We now have and intend keeping Ue oeaf shop hand-made work in the United , Statea, which will lie aold at low prices for cash all of which we warrant fully, and if not as represented, will return the money. . Shkeqoq &Soic, Vt aa Kattaau Tho other day Mr.yo.Sbaddon drove a six horae or mule team, loaded with' a tremendous steam boiler, over the Co- ' lnmbia bridgo.- Thia bridge bad been declared unsafe for travel by men of ;. sound and practical Judgement, and Mr. ' Shaddon's frienda tried to dissuade him , from crossing. Ho must have., heard '" what Mr. Henry Zellner Is reported to ' have said in reference to the bridgo, L e;, that it would last five' years longer yet. Said Oat. ' . T.W.Keosoe A Co., have sold out their magnificent grocery establishment to ' Linscouib IBros-. wh...

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. — 3 June 1870

A. " -. r::ur science. v The wcri venlilatiott is derived . irom Uiq Latin word VenMo.to blow, - or fan. and eiimifies the renewal of fresh air. There is always the fame lerpctil;notioii of air iu an occupied room aa in that out of doors always two currents, one of hot air, flowiujr out of the room, add another flowing . into the room. 'We ascertain this to be a fact by (lie following experi ment : If alighted caudle be held near the crevice at the top of the door, the -flame will be blown outward toward the ball ; but if the caudle be held at the bottom of the door, the flame will be blown 'inward, that is, into the room. This, however, is not the case if a fire be in an open fire-place in the room, for when a fire is lighted an in ward current is drawn through all the ' crevices. " ' ' The flame of the candle is blown outward, if the candle be held at the ion of Ihe door, because the air ot the room being heated, and conseauentlr. rarified, asceuds, and. floating about the upper p...

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. — 10 June 1870

The'W.Ue lone. In the reign of Queen Elizabeth, a lamous freebooter Infested the Isle of csueppey,ii toe county or. Kent, and made frequent incursions Into the inte rior of the country, A nobleman by birth, and probably under the sentence of outlawry, he entrenched himself in his stronghold, -where he deposited all the contributions which his successful levies on the traveler's purse had ob tained. By adopting the often-practiced ruse of shoeing bis horse's feet the wrong way, be frequently escaped de tection ; and even when hotly pursued the lleetness and sagacity of the noble animal he rode, preserved him from his enemies, and carried him to a place of Thus the horse nearly rivalled the fame of its rider, whom; exploits became so frequent and daring, that the whole country rose up against him, ofTering sucn large rewards for his apprehen sion, that at length he found himself so closely beset on his island that, hope less of extricalidn or relief, he was com pelled to surrender at ...

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. — 10 June 1870

& HERALD -TlttCelua.Ma HfraW is pnbllnhed 'Tf Krldjr morning at THnnn liomuts r Mutnm, in advance. ates ef UnrtUM.-One sanare (ten linen) jor pa Insertion, tUU; each additional ln- cruuu, oocnia. COLUMBIA, TENN.: , rsiDAT, JirE it isro. WALL AdverUrtBg will be considered CASH nod collectable any time alter the nrxt, insertion. The Conservative Judicial Convcn tion for the first district, -which met at Joncsboro last week, recommended IIou. T. A. R. Nelson and James W. Deaderick for Supremo Judges from the Eastern Division. The West Tennessee Whig of last Saturday says : " Captain Woollard returned from his third trip to Chi cago on Thursday, bringing with him twenty more Swedes. This makes seventy altogether that he has brought into this county during the past six weeks. They give universal satisfaction, whether as laborers on the farm or helps about the house. The King of Sweden has telegraphed to the Chicago agency to encourage the emigration of his people to Tcn nessae. Capta...

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. — 10 June 1870

THE' 'HERALD. COLUMBIA, TESN. : FRIDAT, 10, isro. t TOWN AWD COUNTY. AU purely personal cards will be inserted the IIibald as advertisements. Bt,BhM and Hat Store, X. W. Cor ner Public Square, Colombia. We now have and intend keeping the oesi suop hand-made work in the United States, which will be sold at low prices ior casn ail or which we warrant fully and if not as represented, will return the money. Sheeooo & Sos. FehiVyL . . McKiNKKT & Smith keep New and Second-hand Pianos of the best makers ror sale and rent, at less than Nashvill8 prices. - . A Precocious Tree. They havo a natural curiosity at Santa Fe. In a young orchard set out this spring by Air. W. O. Gordon there is an apple-tree, only two years old, that has two nice well formed apples on it. The young tree is not as large as your fingci at the largest place, and about four feet high. The apples are growing from the top buds, and the largest is now the sise of a hen egg; the other being about the size of a partr...

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. — 10 June 1870

; From Uio N. T. Observer. Wfii? T2ST EAT W CMJA. Ouo of the most curious, but not the most agt-eablc parts of a trarcllcr's ex perience In going round the world, is to be found In tho great diversity of mannors and customs in regard to eating and drinking.. One can ac commodate himself readily to many new circumstances in which ho finds himself on stepping into a now coun try, but ho cannot always make his taste agroo with tho tastes of the peo ple among whom ho Is thrown. Ilap pily in this ago of tho world ho finds somo of tho 6taples of life much the same the world over, so that bo is not obliged practically to put the most laslidions of tho senses to the ; i test which it had to endure, when travelling, as one of the fino arts, was moro in iis infancy ;bnt he can still tion to his heart's content - The Chinese from time immcmoral, at least Irom the days when we stud ied the pictorial geography, have been celebrated for tho range of their an: mal diet, and for some of tbo luxurie...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
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