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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 13 August 1869

POETRY. TEE PBEfCE 13 LEAD I A boos la Um palaee h ahat; the king And the ejneea arc aittlng-in black; " Alt day, weeping aerranU will ran and bring. Bat the heart of Um qaeea will lack All thing, and toe aye of the king win rwlai With tear that may not be abed, - Bat will make all the air float dark and dim. be looks gt aea goM and (frocr toy, Aad Ihioka aww It ffeddeoed the royal boy; And dumbly writhe while the eoutkn read How all the nation hie eorrow heed, . The Prince ia dead I The bat baa a door, bnt the hinge la weak. And to-day the wind blowa It back : There are two ettttag there who ao not apeak They hare bejrgetfa lew ran of biack. They are hard at work, though their eyot era wet W ith tear that may not be abed ; They dare not look where the cradle beet. They hate the mil beam that playa on the floor. Bat makes the baby laagh oat no more ; They (eel as If they were turning to atone ; They with the neighbors would leave then alone. The Prince to dead 1 Htartkmid Bom. MISCE...

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 August 1869

THE HERAL D TWMColbls Herald is published very Baturday morning, at ThrekDollars par annum, in advance, i f Airwtiil m. One Saiis.ro Hen line) r one insertion 1j0; eacn auuiiKiuai mser- tun o cento. lyr lBqu&re, 3 Squares, JBquare, Fourth Col. Half Column On Column 15 00 20 00 30 00 60 -ee 75 00 14000 s rwr Mtii aHvnnce of above rat en. . i-Special Notice will be charged twenty enu a line each Inseruon. tfr vioituary ituuovs muumui imiti tc will be charged the same as advertiae- "S-takiudates For announcing; candi- to; tor Congress S8; for Municipal and civil ourici omcen, j sm in auvance. COLUMBIA, TENN FttlDAV, Al'GIWUTII, IHG9. TALL Advertising will lie considered oarit and onllpotnble mr time after .the flrxt insertion. - Tcnnessrc Redeemed. Tlio majority for Gov. Sextkr, "the Youngest man ever elected Governor, will be between 05,000 and 70,000, the inrmxif vpr received bv any candidate for irubernatorL.1 honors in this State, But his election, however much good It will bri...

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 August 1869

THE HERALD. COLUMBIA, TEXN.: FBIDAY, AUGUST ISTII, AnvEmnii5n tceeure imtnJt in sertion mut be handed in on or before Tues day evening, eacn week. town a:vi coptY I. o. il m. The Stated council rfC"J Tun No. 4, 1. 0. R. M. of Co umbja, Tenn., re kindled it Odd Fellow's Hall, erery rnday Evening, one HriteJf, EXGLE, S. JAS. L. QUEST. C. of K. td itv SOUTH. rArriTC t Columbia. Kxita?K'ilI stop only at Athens, Pulaski, $S STS ke.re"sold at this office to .11 Cties East and Sooth. TRAINS NOETH. Vol 8 Passenger let res Columbia, S.lSi.. M. No. 6 Awmmodation, " MO -No. 4 Passenger Ex - " 4.34 r.M. o Freizbt. " " 1-W 0,-lg ' SILASraXF-S, Agent. ARBIYAL DEPAKTIKE or MAILS. Sashfille, rrire 7 SO; depart 4 20. " Waynesboro twice a week, arrive Wednes day and Saturday, 4 p. m.; depart Thursday and Monday, 6 a.in. Perryville twice a week, arrire Monday and Thursday 4 p. m.; depart Tuesday and Fn daT, 6 a. m. . fcentrevUle arrive Tuesday, 11 S a. ni.; de part Friday, 12 m. Lewiabunt rrire Saturd...

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 August 1869

awsrji BEHIXD A SOFA. Ilik T!p kWay'-iiito corners and hide myself with the fold of a curtain, or nalfpen door, or behind one of the rreat painted fire-screens, or in the shadow of th tallest fuTBiture. There I hare odd little fiuicws all to myself, and wish things and dream things which nobody knows anything about. For I am different from all the rest; my parents are tall and hand some, and Louise is the prettiest irirl I ver,- Then my brother Harry; who was killed In the Indian mutiny, was like a prince in a fairy story, so brave and beautiful. But I J I am small and feeble. I cannot run or wrestle, and there is some thing growing on my shoulders which keeps me from standing straight, and they call me deformed. I shall never grow any more; strangers think me nine or ten years old, but when I count the years from the date in the family Bible, I find I am sixteen. People always speak kindly to me, with a great pity in their eyes, and once in a while I pity myself, but not often. I l...

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 August 1869

POETRY. TEE REAPERS. BT sUTKA A. TTKHBL Jtaxowi of shadow and Mghtaeaa Beet rer the ma of yellowing wheat. With a steadier flow where the white bom rata On the fallen glory of golden cresto - While a hrehor hae, aa the warn Booth blow. With ware oo ware to the orchard Iowa. Far to the rirtt. a browa-armed row. I aee the stalwart reapers ro Tbeir ahoaldera riatog ana hUHng free. Like swimmer that sport ra a tttuiiaei sea While here and there acylbe-blade'a blaze Dine like a aolDhin. and rmmA tk . And the Jocund abont of the Haneatfemn Floata, mellow and deep, from the Jasper loam. B walght to the rerge of oar shaded path, la regular windrows sweep the ewatl. Par behind it atretchea away, rinmed at the aidea by tawny spray. And opening, lengthening oa to na. we Ked Sea path of the Bxodna, iurooa uw tnauewuur ware, aa t Jewing ware, aa the gray-beard reel. Faster and toiler nw tH ataeL With a tery flash, M the ana brains writhe Proa tip to hasp of tbe sweeping scythe. There, following,...

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 August 1869

THE HERALD. mvun Clnkia fcnU" i published very Saturday morning, at Three Dollars Mriongm, In ad ranee. Bataa mt ASvertfarta. One Sqoare (ten lines) or on Insertion (ISO; each additional lnser ion 75 cents. lm 2in 3m 6m lyr lHquare, . 4 00 6 00 8 00 1000 15 00 2 Squares, 00 8 00 10 00 15 00 20 00 SSqoares, 8 00 12 00 15 00 15 00 30 00 Fourth Col. 15 00 20 00 25 00 85 00 60 00 Half Column 20 00 25 00 85 00 40 00 75 00 One Column 3000 4000 50 00 8000 14000 Advertisements in doable column, charged 25 per cent. In advance of above rates. - Mr Special Notices will be charged twenty cents a line each Insertion. - Obituary Notice. Tributes of Reaper U, te will be charged the same as advertise ments. mr Cawmbatw For announcing candi dates for County offices and the Leajislatnre. 9; for Congress 88; for Municipal and civil district offices, 5-all in advance. COLUMBIA, TEXN.: FRIDAY, AUCJIST SO, 1S69. -ALT. Advm-tlsine will be considered CASH and collectable any time after the ami insertion. ...

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 August 1869

THE HERALD COLUMBIA, TENN.: Advkktiskxkkts to secure Immediate ln nnrtion. mast be handed In on or before Tuee. day evening, eacn week. FRIDAY, AUCilST SO, IS. TOWN ANr COUNTY. Ie O.R.M. 1 The Stated council fires of CmaUMACGA Tl So. 4, 1. 0. R. M. of Colombia, Jenn-, are kindled at Odd Fellow's Hall, every Friday JOHN A. ENGLfc, . JAS. L. GUEST, C. of R. TBAYIXWS I IDE TRAINS SOUTH-rArrirc at Co,' l No. 3 Passenger and Express, 10:00a. m. No. I Freight, 600 K.' No. 5 Accommodation, M g5 M KT NooViU .top only at Alb Pulaski. ColnmbU and Franklin. . Through tickets are sold at this ofuce W an Cties East and South. TRAIN'S NORTH. No. 8 Pas.!? l-wi Columbia, MS A. m. No. 6 Accommodation, ' 7-30 A. M. No.4Pasenirer&Ex - " f"'--a Preicbt, 1- r- M- o. - rreiguH giLAs D msEs, Agent. ARRIVAL IEPABTrE F XAIL. Nashville, arrive 7 20; depart 4 20. Wavnesboro twice a week, arrive W ednes day and Saturday, 4 p. m.; depart Thursday and Monday, 6 a. m. Perryville twice a week, arrive Monday an...

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 August 1869

m IOSCO'S ' AUTOMATON. I ha Ye got a hard and heary head ; it's .laewooa. icon? tnins l erer think; and don't know as I erer did. excent about nothing ; and I often set doing that ior liours ai a tunc 44 You blockhead f father he ses to me (which is a shipwright), 44 you're only fit to cut up into a figure-head, you great, hungry, hulking, wooden-headed lubber you for he had put me to lots of trades, and it was no use ; everybody said I had no head-piece, no, not for going errands, nor giving away handbills even. It's no good dunning things into my head, for the only thing I ever could remember is meal times, xfbthing I eat hurts me, and nothing don't seem to do me any good. Nothing makes me laugh nor puts me out of temper. The only thing I ever see makes me feel like laughing is meals, and then Tve got something better to do; and the only thing makes me feel like getting out of temper is getting out of bed of mornings to chop wood ; but when you ore out of bed, you niav as well cho...

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 August 1869

POETItY. MILKING. BT CELIA TKaXTEB. Chewing the end of reflection, 1 that am milking you. ail by your side, Loct in sad retrospection. Far o'er the fields the tall daisies blush warm. For rosy the sunset ta dying ; Arrow the still valley, o'er the meadow and farm. The flush of its beauty to lying. White foams the milk in the pefl at my feet. Clearly the robins are calling ; . Softly blows the evening wind after the heat. Cool the long shadows are falling. little duo cow, 'tis so tranquil and sweet I Are you light-hearted. I wonder? What do yon think abont something to eat? On clover and grass do yoa ponder? I am remembeHng days that are dead, And a brown iiule maid ta the gloaming. Milking her cow, with the west burning red . Over wares that about her were foaming. Cp from the sad east the deep shadows gloomed Out of the distance and found her; Li-hily she sans, wW the solemn sea boomed Like a great organ around her. Under the light -house no sweet-brier grew. Dry wm Ui prwm, and no...

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 August 1869

"21 TH E HERALD. Tim-TaCMaBMa HeraM" Is publkhed every Hatorda y morning, at Thbee Dollars per annum. In advance. Bates f A4vM-tMaev-One Square (Wn linen) or one Insertion lloO ; each additional lnser ion T5 cents. lm 2m 8m 6m lyr 1 Square, 4 00 6 00 6 00 10 00 i5 00 2 Squares, 6 00 8 00 10 00 15 00 20 00 3 Squares 8 00 12 00 15 00 25 00 80 00 Fourth GoU 15 00 20 00 25 00 85 00 60 00 Half Column 20 00 25 00 a" 00 40 00 75 00 One Column 8000 4000 6000 8000 14000 Advertisements In dooble column, charged 25 per cent. In advance of above rate. aT Special Notices will be charged twenty cent a line each insertion. r Obituary Notices, Trlbulesof Respect8, etc., will be charged the same as advertise ments. , a-CAimrDATKS For announcing candi date for County offices and the Legislature. $5; for Congress W; for Municipal and civil district offices, S5-all in advance. COLUMBIA, TENN.: FRIDAY, Al'Gl'ST 7, I8C. WALL Advertising will be considered CASH and collectable any time after the first ins...

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 August 1869

THE H ERA LP. COLUMBIA, TENN.: FRIDAY, AUGUST 97, TOWN Jk.NI COUNTY. 1. O. R. M. The Stated coancil fires of Cdichmacca t.... . 4. 1. O. R. M. of Columbia. Tenn are kindled at Odd Fellow's Hall, every Friday Evening, one hour after sunset. JOHN A. EXGLE, S. JAS. L. GUEST, C. ofR. TBAVELEsVS CVIDE- TRAISS SOUTH. (Arrive at Colombia- No. 3 Passergerand Express, t'-l..- 6.00 r.. X. No. 5 Accommodation, M. in o r. M. TrauSwto stop only at Athens, Pulaski, TUcW.H at this office to all Cties East and South. TRAINS NORTH. No. 8 Passenger leave. Columbia, US. . No. 6 Accommdu"n, 4 34 p No. 4 Passenger & r.x u 100 r M No. 2 Freight, SILAS p. HINES, Agent. AMI YAI. XiiiFABTEr MAILS. Mpevt"e4 ic?eek, arrive Monday and &ntrcv"h-rrive Tuesday, 11 J a. ni.; de-wft-ve Saturday, 11 J ; depart .Saturday 12 m. JAMES P. BAIRD. T Want Grewtrt. Wanted 10,000 Bushels of prime beat. JohsFmeksos & Co. Wanted. One Thousand Dollars Tennessee State Dank Notes, New Issue, wanted at the Bank of Colu...

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 August 1869

A. GREAT JEWEL EOBBEBT. There is a strange and too often a fear ful history attiched to every great gem of price, many of which, while flashing on the brow of b anty, or in some regal or imperial ornament, are dimmed to the thoughtful mind by the tears shed over them, or by the blood in which they have too often been bathed. Robbery and mur der have ever been mingled with the sto ries of precious gems ; and as a peaceful man, living in these highly civilized times, I have more than once felt my life to be far from safe as soon as it was known that in the little black leathern case I carried, or even in the scrap of tissue-pspT in my waistcoat pocket, I held so many valuable diamonds, rubies or sapphires. One gets used to it in time ; but at first there is a strong feeling that every person who looks at you, or says a word about the weather, is bent upon murder nd robbery. You live a solitary life during your travels. Ton get in the farthest comers of car riages. You would not ride a...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 3 September 1869

"POETRY. A TWILIGHT MEMORY. Ocktlt fen tte twDlsat shadows O'er the sunset's aoollow Kht, ' And w nt the angels liifhtinj. . One by one.lhe lamp of night. I am tired." my staling whlxperod, ' " And I lone se much to sleep ;" . I could hear the robins calling. From the shadows don and deep. ' Hold me on tout bosom, mother;" Paint and low her whispered words, Bat torn the j held the manic vi a thousand singing birds. And I held her to my bosom. Close against my aching breast. Bat the mother-arms ahoat ner Could not oath her into rest- lnethe dear old cradle ballad That you used to sins to se When roa hashed me into slumber And 1 sat upon your knee. Then I sane the simple ditty - To itt old familiar sir. Whils my eyes were dim md handed By the tears that gathered there : " Hash, any child. He still and slumber, . Holy smreh rnsrd thy bed, Heevenly Messing without number Gently tolling on thy head." Then a lisrht shone oh so softly I From the shadows of the west. And It touched my darli...

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 September 1869

TH E H ERALD. TLBIi. Tk " OolaaMa Herald" is publlnlied very Saturday morning, at Three Dollars per annum, in AdTance. or one lnae-rtlon f LjO ; each additional irnwr- liu 2m Sin Cm lyr iHquare, 4 00 S 00 8 00 10 00 15 00 SBquarv. 600 800 10 00 15 00 20 00 SBquaren, 8 00 12 00 15 00 25 00 30 00 Fourth Col. 15 00 20 00 25 00 85 00 80 00 Half Column 20 00 2"O0 Si 00 40 00 75 00 On Column 3000 4000 50 00 8000 14000 AdvertinemenU in double column, charged 25 per cent, in advance of above rate. M-Special Notice will be charged twenty cent a line each insertion. aw Obituary Notices, Tributes of Respects, etc., will be charged the tame as advertise ments. far Caxtjitiate For announcing candi dates for County office and the Legislature. tU; for Congress 98; for Municipal and civil district office. 5-Nall in advance. COLUMBIA, TEN X. Friday, September 3rd, 1MM. aALL Advertising will lie considered CASH and collectable any time after the nntt insertion. Who Shall becnr Senator? Almost every m...

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 September 1869

T HE HERALD. COLUMBIA, TEN.N.: aSaaaaaaBBBBaB Friday September 3rd, TOWN JLtfD COUNTY. 1. O.ILM. The Silted council fires or Chickavauo TmiM No-, I-0. R. M. of Columbia, Tecnn are kindled at Odd Fallow's Hall, every Friday Evening, one hour after snnset. Tcnu,K' JOHN A. EXGLE, S. " JA3. L. GUEST, C. of B. TKAVELEaTS GtTDE. TRAINS SOUTH.-, Arrive at Columbia. No. M.;pr and Express, ; No. 1 FreichL No. & Accommodation, 6.19 P. K. 1A V- W. No. 7 Passenger. . . ... 'pi.fcL Train No. A -ill atnn onl V ai u"-"-i Colombia and rrankim. . aij Through ticket are sold at this nice w an dies East and Sooth. TRACTS NORTH. No. 8 Paaaenger leave. Columbia, 6 a. x. No. 0 AcominodtioB, t 4 34 r if. No. 4 Passeiurer & E a 100 pJ M So. 2 Freight, SILAS D. MNF.S, Agent- AKKITAtEPAmTi:E F MAILS. a.h5ne.-rrire I 20; depart V . ?hr-twice a week, arrive W ednes- W.rMbOTO-WHX day and Saturday, 4 p. m depart Thursday nmV4;i.week,.mre ,Mond.y.nd treTuie-arriveTuesdaT.llJ'a. ni.; de- UwUbrriVe Saturday...

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 September 1869

LOTE AU COqUETET. DEOy otherwise .ws Amt-lii Tamer' vii thx nrnhan niie of Mlfl P-nnlniv flowed with lore and charity for erery tody, and called each individual thief and rascal in the neighborhood poor fellow I" always insisting that, if it were not for some opposing circumstance, he would be a moat worthy person. Of course she doted on Dilly, and saw in the pretty young creature all the charms and virtues under the sun. Undoubtedly Dilly was lovable ; sue was bngiit, good-tempered, ana very winning ; but she had one tailing she was a most thorough coquette. A cratcai per son one remarked of her that she would hare coquetted with her great-grandfather, if boobr ! could be' cot, just to keep her hand in. But as this cynic was one of those with whom IiHy would H coquet, lils severe judgment might be classed with those coming under the term, "sour r-f-tC But be it understood that. fici ''-i Pillv had a wonderful amount of w' j"" ( tL art of using eyes, smiles, r: -tits sad- w'l-s, sJ'...

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 September 1869

fcOETRY. QOESTQ AND COMING. Qmtn ta mat roand Baa, Dng( the captive Day Ow behind the frowainf blQ, Over bevoad tba bay . . . . . - Dviag: Comlnc Uxt dusky Night . Silently stealing In, Gloomily drapinr tba soft, wans eoaca Whore the foldea-balred Day had beta Lying. IT. Gornf-tba Mjrnt, blithe Spring : Blossoms I bow hat ye fall, Shooting oat of yoar Harry aky Into the darkneat all . Blindly I" Coming the mellow daya; Crimson and yellow leaves; Lanpiiehins parole and amber fruit! . Kisslne tbo bearded sheaves Kindly! TO. Oolne oar early friend ; Voice we loved are dumb. Fottfttenn rrow dim In the morning dew , Fainter the echoea come Rinptng: Comtof to Join our march M ShosWer to ehoaldcr pressed: Gray-haired veterans strike their teats tat the far-off purple West Sinjrinfl IV. ' Ooinethto old, o4d life; Beautiful world ! farewell I Forest and meadow ! river and few ! Bine re a lovtaf knell O'er Ml Conine cooler HI ; Cominf-a better lard; Co nin the lone, long, alrhUese day; C-Mnln...

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 September 1869

THE HERALD, TKKX& Tk " Colas Ma Herald n U pubUaHed vary tsatuixUr morning, at TSBUDouam Mraasun, In dTa&ee. Bates T A4rcttalM .-One Square (ten lines) or one Insertion 1 1) ; each additional lnser- Im 2m. Sra 6m lyr 1 Square, , r 4 06 00 8 00 1000 15 00 2 Square, 6 00 BOO 10 00 15 00 20 00 8 Squares, 800 1100 15 00 25 00 8000 Fourth CoL 1500 9000 85 00 85 00 60 00 Half Column 2000 25 00 85 00 4000 76 00 Una Column SO 00 4000 50 00 8000 14900 Advertisements in doable column, charged 25 per cent. In advance of above rate. mr Special Notices will be charged twenty ente aline each Insertion. , etc., wlU be charged the same a advertise ment. . m m r . n a m Vat announcing canal- date for County ffloes and the Leslatnre. 5: for Congress 88; for Municipal and civil omnct omoes, ' COLUMBIA, TEXN.; Friday, September lOth lsOt. flAXiL" Advertlttlng will be considered CASH and eoliectawe any umc auer me Ana Insertion. We are authorized to announce SIMMS LAT TA candidate f.r SHERIFF, 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. — 10 September 1869

THE HERALD. Columbia; tenn.: Friday September 10th. I860. TOWN JlVIi COUNTY. 1. O.R.M. The Stated council fires of Cdiccamaooa lull So. 4, 1. O. R. M. of Columbia, Tean-, are kindled at Odd Fellow' Hill, every Friday Evening, one hour after ennget. a JOHN A. ENGLE, S. JAS. L. GUEST, C. of B. TKATELXsVS KtTIDE. - Knnrn rirrirt at Colnnib'ta.1 ittiaaDvuii--i"--- 7.00 . - no. ruscDgCT " 10:00. K. No. No. lireignt, 6.00 r.M. 5 AceommoaBM"", in s5 t. m. TitaXlU .top only at Athens, Pulaski, b ""resold at this office to all Ctiea East end Sootn. , TRAINS NORTH. P..-,irer leaves Colombia, 2.18 a. tV 2 .rmmndlion. " " ".30 A. M. -1 SILAS D. BINES, Agent. ABKrVAl. DEPARTCBE F HAILS. v..KtnMl rriT 7 20: depart 4 20. Waynesboro twice a week, arrive Wednes day and Saturday, p. m.; depart Thursday and Monday, fi a.m. . Perrrville twice a week, arrive Monday and Thursday 4 p. m-; depart Tuesday and Fri day, 6 aw in. rvntreville arrive Tuesday. a. m.i de- ft Fi-idaV. 12 m. Lewisburr arrive Saturda...

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 September 1869

THE If IT TO G2T HlESIED. Osx line morning in autumn, Linral m taking a walk in the Tnileries at Paris, and found an open billet containing the fol lowing lines: "If the person who finds thia paper is disposed to do a benevolent ac tion, he is requested to inquire at No. 340 1-k - . J T J II! ) - jiuc o&iniage, tor XjUgenie ae juonuiuo. Bnch as may not be inclined to assist an unfortunate mother are entreated, at least. not to hinder others, and to throw the bil let again where thev found it" LinvaL, the best dancer in Paris, was just humming a new tune ; he picked up the paper, and after reading it, whisked it tip into the air with his cane and pursued Lis walk. The next person who noticed it was an elderly man, simply dressed, who was hurrying to a public office in which he had a place, because he was already late, lie contrived, nevertheless, to spare so much time as was necessary to read the billet ; which, however, shrugging up his shoulders and raisin? bis eves to heaven. ...

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