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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 4 November 1870

fS iff- ,f-J,jf35SS' 73 At the hi nafcietttwas at the con vent, and found la Here Adele ready. She embraced me warmly, surveyed me and said I would "do' but mutt take off my gloves : it was not etiquette to be presented gloved 10 uie Holy Fa tber. We drove across Rome to the Vatican, descending In front of St. Pe ter's under the portico, and found the Swiss guard at the foot of the "Scala Hegia." 'llity ushered us up past the SUUne and raolina Chapels, where we louna set van is in uie red fapal livery, who escorted us up innumerable nar- ro staircases and through lone oassa- ges, nntll it seemed to me that we bad traversed half the Vatican, and I had no idea in what Dart 'of it we were. We were then shown into a large room hung and furnished iu green, with so fas along the wallt here were seated oine dozen persons, . the gentlemen generally in uniform, the ladies iu black with veils. Our entry created a utile stir as we proceeded to Uie ena f the-room, and federal ladies came forwar...

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. — 4 November 1870

THE HERALD. TECn-Tlit "fsleasata ImW 1 published very Friday naornlna: at laui Doi fr annmin advanor HOTS tt A- I'rtmUjr. ooa square (ten lit insertion, IU0; each additional Moanta. linen) ror m MttlOM, in- COLUMBIA, TENN.: IfOTEXHSEB , 1ST. nTAIX Advertfclng will he considered CASH ami collectable any time after the first laserlloa. DEHQCMTIC TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, OEN.JXO. C.BROWN. FOR CONGRESS, GEN. W. C. WHITTHORNE. FOR STATE SENATOR. C 'L T. H. PEEBLES. TOR FLOATER, WILLIAM B. GORDON. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, W. B. WILSON. TkttavBlns tr Trace. Ju consequence of the term pro posed on SdiosL, by Thiehs, and ac cepted yesterdaf by Bi'XABck, the latter offer to the French an armis tice of twenty-lire day. Teace may be the result. Election Dat Next Tuesday, No vember 8th. Vote the straight Dem ocratic ticket. CMsrasteftal Ticket. We gire below the Congressional tick el from which an election is to be made neat Tuesday, the 8th day of November: Dials. Democrats. Radicals. 1. la. White, R 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. — 4 November 1870

m . a CO LUX 0 f A. It KS, s - XMfcin MMir ft. ft. ftekteelale. cs rm rtt Mom?, SxjUeaaWr , M7w. " Ua.il South arrive el ColuuAiii, (Moral 10:04 Msilorlu " CrOO Ut raascncf kKb J f P. M. 10:15 Morniug " iNorthj . A. M.j 2:03 AccomuiodaUon leaves . " 7.-00 - arrives at " - P. M l 6;00 - I ut further iDfunaeLien apply to or address, i 6. HIS INL, Agent, to ww ajti coxwr sr. Last r It ftallara Beware!. A Pointer Dog, white body and liver-colored head. Any one reluming said dog will receive j me aimvc rcwara. . jxo. iail, . mm tamt mtmre, Our Boots and Shoes are the best aLop hand made: every nair warranted. Our Hern nt vrv artvln and rrioe. Ladies' Vara, handsome and cheap. Men and Wclathinff and suit msx'.e to order. Thau imnrli will be Sold lOW for Cash. Please call and examine them, as we are determined to sen lower man in Kiasb- rille. Shebooo & Sow. l u4Mtf far AMwimk ' Ward No. 1Wilson Tucker, I J nscoinb, John Bond. Theo. Ward So. 2-Wu B Chaflin, Jas H. Jamison, Jimmy u.ooga...

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. — 4 November 1870

I looted at ray watch ; it Was barely half-past eleven, and I knew we were not due at Exmonlh until after twelve. 1 rubbed the frost from the pane ml looked out. We bad slopped at a lonely little way station in the midst of a dense pine woods. -,.! : . "IsthisExmouthr It was the soft voice ol a pretty traveler oppoeite. "No I don't kuow what place it U; some way station." 44 Does this train stop at way sta tions V Xot ffcncrallr : tliev mutt have been specially signaled here." 44 It is cold,"'' she said, in a scarcely audible voice, drawing her shawl around her. Oh, 1 wish they would hurrv onV 44 tV'e are moving once more,'' I said. Conductor" for the man of tickets wat pacing through the car 44 why did we stop at that backwoods place ':" Uutot water, was the replv, as he hnriredly passad bv. Now I knew perfectly well that this answer was not the true solution of the matter. Ourdclav did not exceed half a minute, altogether too short a time for replenishing the boilers. live minutes...

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. — 11 November 1870

TIE USTEqriKE IX 1812. Wkt tk KrthWUIa Clalacd fcy It lather Cnrtwright, iu Lis autobiotr ranhv. rives some tacts to show that ibis earthquake proved an element of strength to the Alclnodtsts. He says 44 In the winter of 1812 we had a vcrv severe earthquake. It seemed to stop the Mississippi, broke flatboats loose from their moorings, and opened large cracks, or fissures, in the earth. This earthquake struck terror to thousands of people, and under the mighty panic hundreds and thousands crowded to and joined the different churches. There were manv verv intercstinsr in cidents connected with shaking of the earth at the time. Two I will name. I had preached in Nashville the night iieiore the second dreadful shock came, to a large congregation. Karly the next morning 1 arose and walked out on uie mil near the nousc wuere i uau preached, when 1 saw a negro woman coming down the hill to the spring, with an empty pail on her head. ( It is very common for negroes to carry wa ter this way ...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 11 November 1870

THE HERALD. TIUK.-Ta lelaBbia Herald" Ik puba-bM every I "riday morning at Thkei IX) per annum, in vavasor. Rata T ATrtlsta. One square (ten lines) for one Insertion, ?'..50; each additional in sertion, 76 cents. OOLVJIBIA, TENN.: FBIOAY, OVli-tlKCR 11, 170. TALL Advertising will be considered CAHH and collectable any time after the first Insertion. Ti'Esdav was a beautiful day, aud a jrreat many fanners remained at Lome and worked, iuttcad of going to lite polls. The saloons iu Coluin bia were closed, and vce did not see a drunken man dnrinsr the day. At tie Columbia box tbc utmost deco rum and quiet prevailed, and but few persons were congregated around the polls at any time, lNic negroes came np to the polls in a hurried mannTf and after depositing their votes de parted as quickly as they came. One negro voted two tickets, but it was attributed to ignorance by the Judges. At Spring llilt tbout twenty-five Democrats did not vote. At Colum bia the total vote cast is fcven hun dred ...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 11 November 1870

THE ! HERALD.? COLUMBIA, TENN.: I'HIUAY, 11, IHIO KatbTiUeADfralar R. B. Schedule. I'smnirnetnsHondajr, Mpifmbr IS, 1S7. Mail South arrives at Cuiuuiiiia, I'M oral 10:04 Mail North - " 44 2:00 NtUt Passenger j.Soulb ! " P. M.l 10:15 Morning North'" JA. ! 2:03 Accommodation leaves " " 7.-00 " arrives at " l M." 0:00 I or lurtuer information apply to or address S. ULSt., Agem. TOW1V AIVI COUNTV Lost Five Dollars Reword. A Pointer Dog, white body aod liver-colored head. Any one returning said dog will receive the above rp wart. jvo. mi"". M UUm mm ftrnt Sre. i .... .i uhrKw am tho best shop i i i.rv reiir warranted. Our .... ... i..l nriee. Ladies i.-. , ana cheap. Men ana Ikws' clothing and suits mado to order. i v..;n ix srild low for cash. ' Please call and examine them, as we are .le'ermiiiotl to W lower man in .wup vil'jp. Sheeooo fc Sox. I ( audMatn for Aldermeo: Ward "So. 1 Wilson Tucker, Theot I . i pseouib, J oh n Bond. Ward No. 2 Wm B Cliaflin, Jas II. Jamison, Jimmy Hodge. W...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 11 November 1870

! Alpine ldrcntirr. - 1 Five aud Iwcnty years ago my wife aud I were crossing over iuto Italy. After we had been slowly ascending lor some time, wc got out of the car riage, thinking we should get on quite as fast and perhaps more pleasantly on foot; and by taking short cots across the zigzags, wc soon got ahead of our conveyance. I had lecu over this same pass twice or thrice bclorc, when a happy, I mean an unhappy, bachelor, aud I remembered the by paths pretty well ; and wc were 60ou m sight of the luu where wc intended to pass the night, not very far from the summit of the pass. As wc toiled on, wc overtook a gentleman apparently an Englishman, aud a little boy. 1 believe that, fecl iug pretty 6urc, from ttc general ap pearance of the man, that wc were compatriots. 1 said something to him, remarked that it was a fine eve ning, or, that the scenery was grand I forget what ; he, however, made some monsyliabic reply, and did not feci inclined to fraternize, so wc pass ed ou. Still ...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 18 November 1870

Wlit tfee Cflttea Bflt EspecialljSecd At the risk of offending many of our own people, and we say it, of the peo ple of all earth that we love, and would not uo or Bay augnt that would offend, unless the truth hurts," we have seen it written, seen it in print so often, tiat we need agricultural laborers, such as we can control, that it is becoming a uacKueyeu suujecL we think, should we say we nave received over one nun dred letters askinz what shall be done. and what labor to get, where and how to oe ODiainea, we would err in not placing the figures hich enough. It is told and written again and again that negroes will not work, though newspapers say different, that when the cotton is made, the laborers will not gather it; that at 12 or 15 cents, as selling in some sections, the time to pick. Kin and eet to market is so long, and they can get each night or each week fifty cents rer cwt., or over sev enty-five cents, a home crop fa left and a little ready cash obtained; or, so much i...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 18 November 1870

s r THEy4ERALD, ytlw "NnMi ImM4 I published TFKJfiday morning at Thbee Dollars rvrmmm, In ndvaiie. pca f AdvrrtlaU. One aua (ten line) sfeone Insertion, each additional In- rtlon, a cents. COLUMBIA, TENX.: , FRIDAY. OVKMBEIt IS IS? m-at.T. Aitrrrtbunr will be considered CASH and collectable any time after tbc flrxt inaanion. Excltrcrnt and Co-tle anoRg the Great F-f r. Ixikn. November 15. Tho Times' correspondent telepmpbs from Vienna to-day that GortschskolT note causes ureal excitement in political circles. Count von Bear, will take immediate and Heriooj diplomatic steps. An alli ance Itctwecn England, Austria, Italy and 'Turkey is seriousiv contemplated by Count von Beust and Count Artde- grassy. Loxnox, November Ui. At a Cabinet 'ouncil to day, it was resolved to art decisively in regard to I'tissian com plication. War is imminent. There is great popular indignation against Kussis, Oar linlclpal Election. The people of . the coi-poratiou of Columbia will be called upon to-mor ro...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 18 November 1870

fr ,'! i. COLUMBIA. TENN: FHiDiY,orcnBiti)s ie? !ashille a. Deeator R. R. Kenrdnla. eommenclns; Monday, Septembers. 1870. Mail South arrive. ;it Colcmbia, TMorir Mail North " " N ight Passenger r8outh ' - t P. M . Morning North" -A.M. Accommodation loaves arrives at u ;P. M- 10:C 2:00 10:15 5:03 7:00 0:00 liul v to or auures S. MINE, Agent. Loaift'lte Dollars Reward. A Pointer Do?, bite body and Hrcr-colored bead. Any one retutniug said do? will receive the .above reward. Jso. Baibd, Ja. HoC, Shoe mm Hat Mare. ! - Our Boots and Shoes are the best bbop band made; every pair warranted. Our Hats o! every style .and price I diet, Fur, handsome an- cheap. Men and IjojH' cloU.ing and suits made to order. These eoods will be sold low for cash. PletUc call and examine them, as we are determined to sell lower man in Nash ville. Siieegoo & Sox. COMMCNICATFD.j ' The Peaple'aTlckel. jiit. Editor We have had a dozen, more or less of tickets for Mayor and Vldermen suggested in the last two or...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 18 November 1870

J r 4 - J f - Uen Forrest has been very ill but is improving. The Macon, O'a., races came oft on the 9th Instant. "How are your chills?" is the ordi nary salutation in Macon, (J a. Some districts of Virginia are overrun with rabbits. Small silver pieces are scarcer in France than M ith us. London averages 2,000 births ard 1,'JJQ deaths a week. Kugland '.supports 2wo oflict-hold-cra who cxit but in name. California sends home some fifty dead Chinese every month. In California they manufacture ser viceable rope from milkweed. " There are only 180 varieties of pills w nicu cure liver complaint. Nine tenths of thechampaignediauk in America was originally cider. Iowa threshing machines killed and w ounded forty men this season. ld Judge Bailey, of Demopolis, Ala., died in his chair on hearing ot the death of Lee. A social and semi-lilerary club in At lanta has been broken up by the matri monial fever. A negro female burglar has been cap tured in Columbus Georgia. She was found stuck fast...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 25 November 1870

ChJfcl, amidst the flowers at play, While the rod light fatten away ; Mother, with thine earnest eye, Kver following silently; Kat her. by t he hreeM of e ve. I'ailwl by harvest work to leave ; Pray, ere yet lie diu k hour lie : Lilt the heart and bond the knee. Traveler in the KtranRorV land, Far tram thine own household baud ; Mourner, haunted by the tone Of a voice from the world gone : ntive, in whose narrow KuuKluue haf h Jot leave to dwell Hailoron the darkenint; nca : Lilt the heart and bend the kisi-c. Warrior, that from battle wou, Hrvalbeat now at ct of ran ; Woman, o'er the lowly fOuiu Weeping on hiit burial plain : e that triumph, ye that nigh. Kindred by one holy tie ; Heaven' first ntar alike you no : . Lift the h'-art and bend the kuec. .DluVl tare "i'ravtT inccinisraiul JcHurc as ut nl, on Wednesday crcning, in Ibelec-turc-room. Dear brethren, 1 irgc vou all to (fcnl these weekly meet injis. Forsake not 1 lie . ;!SPCinlling of yoursclres to'tljer. Some of the "tltar ...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 25 November 1870

'Yv aTaMafj-', . t - - ' s -s--. , , k II'. V-. . u -. t . - - V J : r . U 1 1 e 1 J t i 1 r $ SjaAl.T. Aivrl ll n v will tw, mui,ij t'ASK Bd oUectable an time after the v . TkaaksslvlBS Bar. "Ha observed by pouj of the people t Columbia. A number of etorcs 'were closed, a good many people went to bear Rev. A. W. Smitu preach IbcTbanVsKiviDKbcrmou al Ibc Cum ber-laud IYcbbytfrku Churcb, and !bc balance went aiiuntiu. r Mulelpal Hil6B. ,iue cieciion lor juayor aim Aiucr wcu of Columbia passed off very qui- Jrtrx -mm . . j ctly last Saturday Tbo vote polled Was tolerably large, though not tb entire Strength of the corporation. Below we giro the result : MAYOR. WARDS 1 '2 J.l'.McGaw, ?7 ltd Jamison, r8 'JtS . ALDEHMF.S. W AKf M. 1. T. A. Thompson, - teo B. Dodson, . -J. M. Mays, Wilson Tucker, J. U. Bond, . - T. W. Turpi", '3 118 57 17 16 46 98 100 7 sALDERMEN. WAKD -O. T. Cbaffin, K. 1. iXKWon, J. R. IloJgc A. Barr, . J. T. William, T.J. Helm, . v. ' ALDEKXEN.-" ARl 3. Jno. A. Walker,...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 25 November 1870

or - I - 1 l 1 " 1 - THE1 'HERALD. COLUMBIA? TEN'S. : I RIDAI, Ow EMBER , 1ST Jlnk lllc A Ewrotar K. K. ttcfcvslnie. I aaaaaearla g Monday, ftrafvsaaerl Vail S.uith arrive at Colcuitiii, i Mora 10:04 Vail Nnilli ' - " IKW i$U Passenger , South'" II. XI. :35 Morning 'North;" ;A. M.J 3:03 Aicomiuodalion leaves 7:00 arrives at " 1 V. U. CM For further information apply to or address, S. H1NE, Agent- TO WN AND COUNTV.4i I i Dalian Bewarw. A Pointer Dog, white body and lircMolored' heed. Anr no returning sh! dor will rccora the above reward. Jko. Baibd, JR. y B.lw fih IT Blare. Our lioots and Shoes are tho best s'uop hand made; every pair warranted. Our Mats ol every "tyle and price, IJje Funs handsome an cheap Men and Jhjvs' clothing and suits made to order -ri-:miaJIiil bo sold low for cash. Please call and examine them, as we are determined toBPH iwi f TiUe Sheeooh A Son, , rint gnaw. The lirsl snow of the season of any cun scincnce, tell last Tuesday morning. 4 Partiality. V (kurraag...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 25 November 1870

7 -. , THE SWITCa-TEADER-8 STOIT. It ran thus : "It's ni;u ou to clcrcn 5 care, 6ir, since I came on to this road. For Ahc, first three cars I was a brake - man, and if 1 had stuck, to it I might hcv Lin a conductor by this time for my character was good, and I've al ways been a tcadv man ; but vcu see it wasn't to be; My old woman al ways objected to my funning on the train, it kept me away to much from home, not to speak of the danger, and o at the end of the third year. when : our little boy was born, she, begged me so uard to give it up that 1 con sented, and the company nut me in this place ; where I've been ever since. "It's not hard, I've only got to tend ouo switch and to do odd jobs about the depot; the pav is just as irood as what 1 got before, only there is no chance of promotion : . but then l m always at home, which makes it up. I live a'one a little ways across the "bridge on the out-skirts of the town, yonder on the other side- of the rircr a small white house with an...

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. — 9 December 1870

&tUltt. ' ' " - :v- r " "' - ... - - v,. - from Itic Allautic Moulhly for December. THE rHATEK-SEtKtR. EY JOHJi C. WUITTIER. Aloii; tbe iIo where prayer as uiude A woman, all In bliick arrayed, Uw-veiled bctwoeu the kueehug boil. With gliding mot ion of a pliot-t, fussed to the dealt mhI bud thereon A scroll wbich bore thewe words aloue 1'bay toe me! Ha-k from I lie place of worsbipi'iug Htae gUded llko a guilty tbing; The mailing of her draperie.-", stirred Hv burryiug feet, alone was beard ; A blip, full of awe, tbe preacher read, A soul lulo tb dark bc sped, I'KAVlOUMt! Kiii k tu lb uizlil, wImucc die came, To uulmagincd grief or wham! r runs t be t hrcsbokl of t nal door None knew the burden that abe bure; Alone Kbe left the written scroll, 'I be Icgciid of a t roubled kouI l'KAY FUR ME! ;ilde on, oor ghost of woe or bin 1 Hiou tear 'eta common need wnnm: - , I jnh bears, like lliee.nouie URiuelc ciiu, ouie misery iuarUeulate, . some tt-rrel Kin, Home shrouded urea-', Sjouic...

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. — 9 December 1870

4"aaaS53WClaBaSa - j,,,,,,,,,, I rea r-.V s i .-TLi;'tlie.vsiiiiiut, recently it into liis lie.nl t tre-ias on i Avmu ))i kin.-ons doiiinin. and rliveretl a -ontic:il lecture, wliirt- 'tiwv Ui.it innv lc. lie nil he was in favor of a war v. itli England, in order that ilic lliulical party may perpetuate their power, and that the Southern i people jn'ffht have au opportunit of proving, l.y fighting the Drittf". tlmt they are truly repentant and wr ry for their efforts to break up gov ernment ruled 'by a pa Hy which, having no principleN has to rely on another war to continue itsreign. It 16 said thut 1;ltm:i: W a private . ;.ii-ultation with GnW, before he !e!ivcml the lecture, that its bcl liferent tone was tlnf result of the conference. The suiJv and iiiiuillcil ' ?. for pngnadou- spit wlii'-h occurs X in tn:t jiortioiiofth 1'i-esidcnftf Mev , which refer.- to our goveniincni t-A relations with -it1 Ihitain, ind- r.iys; that (ii.AVT i ' 'oiiverl to the last's war prqtraninie. f sk ...

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. — 9 December 1870

COLUMBIA, TENS.: i Mtn VY. in:ci;niu:K , i;o Kashsiliest DtmUr R. R. Srhednle, Cnanmcnclnn; Monday, Krplrntbrrl. aS7. I Mail South arrives nt Colmnbis, Morn Mail North w .4 XifClit Passcnr South - jr. M. Morning North;" :A. M. Accommodation leaves " " 10:04 2:00 !W5 2:03 7.-00 arrives nt - IV M-i tr.00 Fur further information ap;lv tit or address. S. H1NK, Aent TOWST -V'I COUNTY'. Boat, Khax- and Hal More. Our IkniU and SJiocs are tho best shop hand made; every pair warranted. Our Hats ot every style and price. Ladies' Furs, handsome and cheap. Men and lioys clothing and suits made to order. These goods will be sold low for cash. IMcasc call and examine them, as we are determined to sell lower than in Nash ville. SHEKWKJ A SOX. vii im.ixuiis indebted to the firm of (':intrlnrv A Shirty are hereby notified to come forward and make settlement immediate! v. as we arc going to close up our business. OctUS-tf For Rent. A gjod farm lying on Duck Kivcr, near the rity of Columbia. The land ...

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. — 9 December 1870

lC ' " ' "' " ' ' I tisT srest r tikis TerrlMe Kaler! CreM EauUr- W I Hake ' Bread kT Eat Tfceal cake Tmi all Timr, mmm Hew !, EaaV-rwr iT ir awaay, at the Gate. A Liverpool journal publishes the following interesting resume of form er sicsres of Paris : "While the world waits in listening expectation. for the thunder of the gons that arc to rain down fire and hail upon the fairest capital in Ku rope a recollection of the horrors of the past sieges of Pai is may help to tjuicken the pcrceptiou of the terrible nature of that which may be to come. We know the citv in its beauty and , ill pride ; its silver thread of river glistening between the broad quays that line its banks; its free-planted boulevards, gav with the life of pleas ure that found' its centre there; its wide streets and 6talc!y architecture ; i Is monuments of art; its cathedra!, churches, palaces and theatres; its fragments of antiquity heavy with eight hundred years of time; its Champ tlysees and Dois de Boulogne ; i...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
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