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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 17 September 1869

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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. — 17 September 1869

V T H E: H E RA L I llMS.-ThBClsMa Err i" U publish! every B&turctay morning, at 1 BBXE Dollam Mr annum. In advance. Kate f AaverUnlas. One Square (ten lines) ton 76 cents. lm 2m 3m 6m lyr 1 Square, 400 ttj 8 00 10 00 IS 00 8 Squares, 600 800 10 00 15 00 90 00 3 Squares, 800 1100 15 00 25 00 80 00 Fourth CoL 15 00 20 00 25 00 85 00 6000 Half Column 2000 2500 8500 40 00 75 00 One Column 8000 4000 5000 8000 14000 Aaverusrnuna in uouu-c column, cuaqim 25 per cent. In advance of above rate. sur Special Notices will be charged twenty .nta a line eeca Insertion. aw Obituary Notices, Tribute" of Bpecta, etc, will be charged the same as advertise- U1(WrtUlcDiDATi-For announcing ndi dates for County office and the Legislature SsVtor OcmRrw T; for Municipal and civil district offices. 85-aU in advance. COLUMBIA, TEXN.: Friday, Septeniber 171 !. TALL Advertising will be considered CASH and collectable any time after the (trot Insertion. We are authorized to announce SIMMS LAT TAasa candida...

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. — 17 September 1869

THE'HERALD. COLUMBIA, TENS.:. . TOWTT AMD COUNTY. I. O.R.M. The Stated council fires of Chickimicoa TmM Ko. 4, 1. 0. R. M- of Columbia, Tens-, re kindled at Odd Fellow's Hall, every Friday Evening, one hour after annet. . JOHN A. EXGLE, S. JAS.L.GUE f.C.ofR. TKATELEK'S el l DE TRAINS 80UTIL Arrive at Col"' No. S Passenger and Express, No. 1 Freight, No. B Accommodation, 10.00 a. u. 6.00 r. m- KO.T rasseager, . .,w.PulaskL Train No. 8 will stop on. ' - - Columbia and Franklin. this office to all Through tickets are sold at this omce to au Cties East and South. TRAINS NORTH. Ko. 8 Passenger Col-mbia, IjA. K. No. Acommod.tK.n, LI4 r 2 No.4Passeiurr&Ex - m No. S Freight, gjjjg p HI5ES, Agent. ABRIVAL PEPABTTBE tr KAILS. Wasbvilhy-erriTO T ; depart 4 20. Wamenboro twice a week, arnre JJ ednes day and Saturday, p. m.; depart Thursday and Monday, 4 a. m. . PenrTille-twicc a week, arrive Monday and Thursday 4 p. m.; depart Tuesday and Fn- dCentrerUie arriva Tuesday, 11 a. 01.; de part F...

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. — 17 September 1869

A. nriSIay Iavrfdent at JUgmra. BY J. nUSKLDT I IT 11 Babext fifteen yean hare elapsed since the occurrence of one tragedy at Niagara which will probably forever remain the moat memorable of all the long list the destruction of the German, Joseph Avery, by the terrible cataract. The circum stances of this remarkable casualty gave it prominence all over the country at the time ; and although the incident may have become almost dead in the memories of those who perused the telegraph reports of the day, a mention of it now cannot fail to revive it, with at least a tithe of its ex citing interest, while many of the present generation will hear now for the first time f Joseph Avery and his appalling fate. The writer happened to be at Niagara at the time, and the accumulated horrors of the unfortunate man's situation, as well as the dramatic interest of the whole scene, made an ineffaceable impression upon his mind. The story may be told, and I viU tell it, in a few words. It was upon a n...

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. — 1 October 1869

j -3- iW3.!1 .2 . .-u r-r-v f BT JAW UML WTO. ; Or I1 the nWlaa' moods of mind That through theaow eosae tbtxmglng, , Which ooa waa e'er ao dear, ao kind, . -"r" So beautiful, aa lonrtnt ? ' im 7ne thing w long or, the wo , ' '", Pet a waaeosaaetit aamaH i ' Before the Present, poor and bar,..". Can make ila sneeriag comment. Btm, ttirourt onr paltry itlr and etrHa, I OradoWaoir wiabed Heals ' ' ' . ., AptUgUlatnclj wUat;i( r j j- ' v tMrru hi the mdrbfcf Keel:' To let the new life hi are know. Desire mo Op the portal I , Uelpe make the w"! 1 l t t . rr hi Goe. W-f1' -"rwYtb .ner.lv hrbj u'U.n - OuTlive. fro- hop. "hope And realiae ouMoustnj- - r t ri J I Ah t let u. ,tlL2irfif Uood U4 not only reckaaje ' Hutwhen the apliit beckons ; . Tbit .00 eliru rood tenhu wreht ; -. Harvad aelI-aaUraction. . ' Wixa w. are Imply good ht thought, ... 7 Hw'e we tail la action. .. -i .. i II RICK AND, POOR,' I A We stand ba the trlnk of the 'aplrtt world, Thou and II . ' . B the dim elch chamber, ...

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. — 1 October 1869

ii nn t -fai.arti Wrrr " published svery Saturday morning, at 1HB.KX Do; rrr Saturday wAnmnm -In mA' w . m . - niuRrtntfa ftn lln.M.1 rone Insertion S150; each additional lnser- (nn 7S rents. lm '8m lyr 1 Ha u axe. 4 00 00 8 00 10 00 15 00 2 Squares, ' 3 Squares, - Fourth CoL .Half Column 800 M00 IS 00 25 00 85 00 15 00 20 00 800 15 00 it to aooo 25 00 85 00 40 00 80 00 00 00 75 00 20 ee 80 00 25 00 40 00 One Column 60 00 80 00 14000 A A wrt inpnxmt In double eolunm,hreed Xt VT cent, in ad vane of above rates. Mr Special Notices will be charged twenty jftitna line each insertion. - D"Jf . W Obituary Notice Tribute or R"P'j eic. will be charged lie same aadvertls- dates for County offices ttfJffSJH for Congress 88; for Moslcipal and civu dlktrtct offices. $ann advance. . COLUMBIA, .lENN.i,,, PRID4V, OCTOBER . . jiniitaiw vTii ennsldered CAPH and eoUeetaole any. time after the Ami insertion. - . ' - ' A!TOr!CnOTKT. nr. .t 1.wHti1 tn announce 8IMMSLAT TAasa candidete for SHERIFF", at t...

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

XHJJ jHJS R AL D. COLUMBIA. TENN.: , i FRIDAY CTOBEJt 1, &. TOWN AlTI OOUrtTT. JL O.R.M. . t . , The Staled cooncil fires of Chicsavx;g Tam So. 4, 1. O. R. If. of Columbia, Tenn, re kindled t Odd Fellow's Hall, every Friday evening, one oonr niter sunset. . JOHN A.ENGLB, S JAS. L. GUEST, C. of R. - TBATKLETB dl'IDC TRAINS SOUTH. (Arrive at Colombia. No. S Passenger and Express, . Je . " No. t Freight, . No. 5 Accommodation, 10:00 A. 6.00 r. M. No. 7 Pssencer, 11.25 r. . Tram No. 8 w rill stop only at Athena, Pulaski, UMommaaac franklin. , - , m Thm.. aw.. .r sold at this office to all Cties East and Sooth. TRAINS NORTH, v. . n - taa Rolambla. 1.18 A. at. No. Accommodation, No.4Pftecr&Ex No. Freight, i'U. n nm Hi ill . . 7.20 A. M. 4.S4 p. X. l.oo r. x. TUNES, Agent. AftBITAL ME AsTTTKE MAILS. NasbTille,-MTi' ' MV j Wiraesboro twice a week, imre Wednes day and Saturday, 4 p. m.; depart Thursday and Monday, a.m. . Perrvville-twice a week, arme Monday and Thursdy p. m.; aepart ...

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. — 1 October 1869

UQvJ j'S'ir.si j i Bark Twain's Exjjerfenee ta Tottrnallsm. I was told by a physician that a South ern climate would improve my health, and Bo Iwent down Tennessee and got a berth on the Morning Glory and Johnton County War-Whoop, as associate editor. When I went on duty I found the chief editor sitting tilted back in a three-legged chair w ith his faet on a pine table. There was another pine table In the room, and another afflicted chair, and both were half buried under newspapers and scraps and sheets of manuscript There was a wooden box of aand, sprinkled with cigar stubs and "old soldiers," and a stove with a door hanging by its upper hinge. The chief editor had a long tailed black clot h frock coat on, and white linen pants. His boots were small and neatly blacked. He wora a milled shirt, and a large" seal ring, a standing collar of obsolete pattern and a cneckereu necKercniei with the ends hang ing down. Date of ostumc, about 184$. He was smoking a cigar and trying to think of...

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. — 8 October 1869

t Vt t Si f V POETRY. YOUTHS' DEP- l-Kff DARKENED NURSES T. I Tiiwuft room faongfr hi Uw fcnnety now. v .- . Twm crowded little bafora Far wbea the crib ill the comer flat neraekei cam doe Utbe -door; Bat the light wh swaet, and the air wu toft, Aad the room nt filled with cheer, For we all wen chained to the little snot By UToioaC the badjdear. .,, . Wherata the omhtse Where ta the sotee t . - Where are the piaythial fane ? ;' i What ahall I do with my empty anna . i , - Sitting alone, alone f What ahali I do with the empty crib f , - Where ahall I act hi chair f , ?J. Ha the darling Httto ne'a clothe come do t Oh, let me tear them here I !': i ; I . Nay, fold them p aofily and put them by, Lire U holier through tbia paia , . . lay ap the crrUs check the deep Wh, I Take ap life'e dntfea apafn ' . ,, . -Tarn the feet-folly toward Hear" aad fcod J -.- Ifce-ewoetpeeeeahall kaep ta" t : - Bow lew heforoHia, kiwia: 4 ' , Aadanranr, hww-"Jaal : a God wflL .;. "JlimW TOMAXB YONSYSr fThe 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. — 8 October 1869

THE HER ALT). TOUnC TWCsimMa Hera. 1 la published very Saturday morning, ml 1 hru Dollaba per fwwnmi in advance. Betas r AaXrtMaav-OiM Bquare (ten lines) or on Insertion tl50; each additional lnaer . Ion 75 cents. lm 2m - 8m 6m lyr 1 Square, 2 Squares, 8 Squares, Fourth CoL Half Column 4 00 00 800 15 00 30 00 30 00 60 00 13 00 20 00 800 10 80 I S 00 25 00 85 09 60 00 10 00 15 00 25 00 85 00 40 00 80 00 15 00 20 00 80 00 00 00 75 00 25 00 40 00 One Column 14900 Advertisements In donble column, charged 35 per cent. In advance of above rates. r Special Notices will be charged twenty nta a line each Insertion. mr obituary Notices. Tributes of te-, will be charged the same as advertlse- dates forcSimye,",d tne gkutnrj irCoiV MP1 d district offloes. &-all In advance. COLUMBIA, TENN.: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 18r. srLL Advertising will be considered CASH and collectable any time after the Una insertion. The Virginia Legislature has asked nAn c . nir if it will lie allowed (V.) to VICUs ' vot...

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. — 8 October 1869

the herald; COLUMBIA, TENN.: 'FHIDAT, CTOIIEtt 8, lge. TOWN AND COUNTY. X. O.R.M. . Tbe Stated council fires of Chickimadqa TbiBB No. 4, 1. 0. B. M. of Colombia, Tenn, re kindled at Odd fellow's Hall, every Friday Lvcnlng, one nour alter sunset. JOHN A. ENGLE, S. JAS.L. GUEST, C. of R. Tat AVELEbVS CriDE. TRAINS SOUTH. 1 Arrive at Columbia. 'J No. 8 Passenger and Express, 'ji No. 1 Freight, wr Ko. S Accommodation, , oW .' - No. T Passenger. ,vJ.vi Train No. I will stop only at Athens, Pulaskt, Columbia and Franklin. r ,n Through tickets are sold office U " Clie East and Sooth. TRACTS KOBTH. If.8Pager f Columbia, 118a. . Ko. Accommodation, . - J-3 A. M. So. S Freight, giLAg p tttwes; Tw lle emm. Wanted 10,000 Bushels of prime ' wheat. JoHtc FittKWOS & Co. VuM. v " Wheat, Kyo, Cora and Bacon, for which the JiigLcat market price will be paid. ' L. OATMAW. See Wheat. 400 Bushels Prime Boa ghton YVjeat for sale. . T. W.Keesee Co. A good Whiter- Coat for t4,Q0 at the Auction House. - ...

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. — 8 October 1869

TEE ClPriO'8 EETCB5. X lone, cnlck iof Und. fiheln&s dowri gradually to the water's edge, core red with shining shells, and glittering, when- the ton shone on it, with white sand left there by the receding sea-waves, las they crept softly and insidiously upward, or sung in the summer san their monotonous chant, tossing their white, crisp wares joyously in the morning sunshine, or dashing with re sistless fury, when hunted by the sweeping hurricane, Dp, up, till they lashed them selves into snowy foam on the rocky pro jection of Eagle Crag, which stood, when the water was at low tide, a mile and a half from shore. . Upon the top of this point, known to the villagers by the name of Eagle Crag, stood a cottage, a veritable little nest, in fkiry-like proportions, around which a garden bloomed and blossomed like a par adise in a desert. ? - - - " Where shall I build a little cage to hold you till I come back?" asked brown and resolute John Danforth, the sailor, as he looked on the br...

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. — 15 October 1869

1 POETRY... A CONTESTED PROPMBIOR. T frivi (ilautv of annu vaaaamv ;- llara piaatv of (oid, ui to (par ; . -1 hmn plenty tat beaatifnl cntlw , , MarMllMMMttlittatir; - I . ...And Bay vaaaalaaraaU airy craarv , ... . -' FtombaaatiralAraaaiUndarctbeTi ' Tbey drtra B ta balla . And magaiOeeat halls, -And UU aw my coach atopt the way 1 ' Bat h! What a peat, Wbaa K came to the test '. I am kept In a dreadful delay I ' a plaga oa theaa wild little vaaaala t . tu eaat traat a Ward Out thay aay,' . Aad Vwm aaard that ay baaaltfal cetk Ara aadly Inclined to decay.; i rather WMon adTtaed me to sell Urea , -Te the pablia a tcnefit clear f And Fancy aofftrad to aell tbeaa, '. if For Fancy's a flae auctioneer; " . E toe BiM by o awaM w nrely, Yot taatlea the rail Wat bat cold; Lead and iroa were briak. Bat fold atae woald rWr ' To to tom oa By battleraenU bow. , . . ary rarrsta. Billet, , : : .- I taaahtt than yet, ' , , ... And auher rk tbaVra ' E And Barer a tart am eVmaaeertea, FotmyTaauUlriy...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 15 October 1869

gy-y--'- '.- ..J If J1 I '.. IIL..IUU l. IP! .U ..I. ,..U-J-I!"'l-1. Inai... 1 ') -LJ I I "Ti TT-"T IT " - - THE HERALD. ta Tmbllxhed very Satasday momtog, at 1 uu 1)olxabs peraaAnaa, la advance. Bates ef AavrtialB.--Otie Square (ton lines) rente Insertion 1150; each additional inaer toa 71 cents. lm 2m - 8m 6 in lyr t Square, 2 Bqoarea, t Squares, , Fourth Col. 1 Half Column AW w too is ao 00 00 uoo a oo 00 10 00 15 00 35 00 85 on 60 00 10 00 15 00 25 00 85 00 15 00 20 00 80 00 00 00 75 00 so oo MOO 25 00 40 00 40 00 80 00 Om Column 14000 AdTWttaemcnta In double column, charged X per cent, la ad ranee of above rate. & Special Notices wUl be charged twenty nta aline each tnwrtion. Tj-t avr- Obltoaiy Nottoea, Trlbotos or Beepecta, eteT will cWfed the same as adverttee- mmarc kirMfA-rtaTar annormcing candi Coioty offieea and the Leglelatnre. ?$t?cSgii for Municipal and civil Strfctoffloe. o-jU1 In advance. COLUMBIA, TENN.: ; aaaaiM - - " FBIDAT, OCTOBER 15, I8. - BWALL Advertising...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 15 October 1869

FBIVAT, OCTOBEtt IS, ISC X O. R. M. . u Ta?fctatef fcdunar fire fnUM v 1 TuM fto. 4, 1. O.K. H. brTWtftnbuv' " are kindled at Odd Fellow' Hall, every Friday fcvemng, ne Doursuersunaeu. -. . , JOHX A. ESGLE, S. JAS. L. GUEST, C. of R-. ' TKAVELEKH CI1DE- TRAlS8UTn. lArrirc at Colnmbi.. No. 3 Passenger mod Express, - " No. 1 Freight,6' " loot M '.& n ir! N Tra HaXu .top only at Athena, Pulaski. C' ! S- Kx - n 4.S4 r. . So. S Freight, 1.00 r. u. HINKS,' Agent. 'SILA8 D. ABBITAI. BEPAmTTKK F HAILS. wMbvllle, arrive T SO; depart 4 J. ' . , Waynesboro twice a week, amre Wednes day and Saturday, 4 p. m.; depart Thorsdey and Monday, 6 a. m. - . V PenrTUie twice a week, arrive Monday and Thursday 4 p. m.; depart Tneaday and -Friday, 6 a. m. "- CentreriUe arrive Tuesday, 11J a. m.; de part Friday, 12 m. . -- Lewiabnrg arrive Saturday,-11 14 ; depart Saturday Um. ' - - JAMES P. BAIRD. " ' Te Wkeat firewer. ' Wanted 10,000 ; Bushels of prime wheat. ; Johw Frikbsos A, Co. y .' - ' ' - I-.-.-...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 15 October 1869

t -at I II 1 ---- -a-a k .... - ' s"3 . TILE rES-LCJ v r i "The first !. Wdttor't shooting lmW for the jnsjr. another Mend Joined zne incr after in mw nuarttTu m wvci wi" 1 nouoaa a peculiar biuuc Dacre's handsome face as I made this re mark, and turned away from the almanac I liad pasted on tne wan oesiae me cium- join dragging the great easy chair he occupied towards the open window, and gazing out over the channel, with still that peculiar smile. "Theflrst.plast.JpptemVerwas.a day to be remembered in my life. "Why, what of it, oldboytn I ex claimed; M6hot a partridge B 44 No," aaid he ; 44 but I I shot my wife." 44 Shot your wife T we cried in amaze ment while jr4 sal nd laughed pafetl-, ly, as If shooting a wife were the finest joke in the world. Of course there must have been a joke in the background; and on questioning Ned abouUUjw wvepufc wfch- tb facts, while we 'puffed away at our cigars, and watched the faint curl of smoke as it float ed away from us, and lost itself somew...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 22 October 1869

POETIXt If KA1IE LEE AND WILLIE GRAY. .-.I' -.'-rrr ? . ' . . . - r Two uirn head with tossing Cnrta, Bed lips shutting over pearls, r ( Bant bet, whit and wet with Sew,' r ' Two eye black, ana two eye blue, ' -lJtJ hoy Mfiriw( they, .. i V Katie Lee nd Willta Gray. -.,..1.. Taeyww siting where brook. Bending like a shepherd's took, Plached Its stiver, and thick ranks Of willow fringed tw banks . . Ilalf in thonght and bair ia play, Katie Lee and Willie Gray. They had checks Uke cherries red; .'. ' He nU!ei 'most a bead; , She, with arms like wreaths of now, bwung a banket to and fro, . r (As they loitered, hair in play, f .' Cluttering to Willie Gray, - 1 ' Pretty KatiB," WnHe said. '.. And there came a danh or rd Tbroopb the brownnew of the cheek , Boys are atronc and jrirto are weak. And I'll carry, I "ill. - . . .;. Katie's basfcetnp the hill. lUtteanswwwd, with ' "'. " Yoa shall carry onlytatf, . . Th.n said, tominf back hCTCarK u n k u well a cirav . l)o yoa think that Bade ir...

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. — 22 October 1869

THE HERALD. m ThfMaaMa acnul" is imblLshed Saturday morning, at '1 BUlDoiui PJTi" 'jV-iim.(Jn! Ron ten lines) orone Insertion $lo0; each additional lneer lon 76 cent. Ira 2m Sm fan lyr Ittqoare, 3 Squares, (Squares, Fourth CoL Half Column 6 00 8 00 13 00 20 on 25 00 800 10 00 15 00 25 00 to 00 10 00 15 00 25 00 85 00 40 00 15 00 20 00 90 00 60 00 75 00 One Column 40 00 60 00 80 00 14000 7Urmi!nttn double column, charged 25 Tier cent. In advance of above rate. Special Notice, will jp charged twenty tnts aline each insertion. -'T.i'l.V.-T-Knii Trlbnteaof Respect. te will be chared tlie aame as adverUse- district offices, fo-all in advance. COLUMBIA, TENN.: FRIDAY, OCTOBER , 1SC9. I rii.r. AAmrthrfn will be considered riH and collectable any time after the flnrtjnsertlon. ' The odious "Legal Advertis ing Tw" is rcDealed. and this paper is the proper and lawful Tnanm fnr nfl vorliscmeiits in iUVMtUW wa - - this section. Andrew Johnsos received seven new votes yesterday, and will probabl...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 22 October 1869

nt 1 j 1 1 - . . jr- THE HERALD. town awd qodwty;., 1. O. E M. - ."TV The Stated 'cormrfl fre of Chic AMiUO a f TtW Ko. , I. O. R. M. of TtovntnBia,YTeiu, 1 are ktodted at Odd Fallow's fUl, evarr Friday " . JOHN A. ENGLE, S. JAS.L. GUEST, C. of R. TBATELKaVS eriDE. TRAINS SOUTH.-! Arrive at Colmntji No. 8 Passenger nd Express, No. 1 Freight, 6.00 r. . No. 5 Accommodation, 10 85 r Ttl at tbi. office to all , Cties East and Sooth. i TRACTS NORTH. ., No. B P.scngr W S'Ho No. 6 Aeoomsaodatloa, - w 4 84pm No. 8 Freight, Ag p mJrK3 AjfCTtt. , t : - - V AKBI VAL Er ATTBK F MAILS. Nasbville,-arri 7 SO; depart 4 80. ' ' I WSboTO--wiee a week arrive Wednes day aadSatorday, depwt Thursday anIModay, a.m. 'i ; - - Perrrvine twice a week, amve Monday and Thursday 4 p. m.; depart Tuesday and Fn dv, a.m. - " Centreville arm Tuesday, 11 Jtfa. H14 de part Friday, 11 ra. . Lewisburg amr Saturday, 114 ; depart Saturday Mm. ...---.---. 7 JAMES P. BAIRD. . , . T Wheat rower. Wanted 10,000 Bushels of prim...

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. — 22 October 1869

jUtartEattos. - BY PBBBOBIHB WCKLK. I am Ihittk enough to acknowledge my top to-day at the very outset, and tosttte trXw that I am jroina to talk to yaaabout Aurelia's baby, and possibly about other babies. I do this for the purpose of avoiding in terruptionaud selecting my own audience. 1 am BrtJtNanaware that there are people who don't like babies, and I wish to get rid of them at the very outset, before I commence my lesson for the day. For in stance, there is a class of psople who won't have children -under; nay circumstances, and another -class which regards them as encumbrances. I will wait a minute for them to retire. They are utterly un worthy of any consideration, and the sex-; tor. w'ill show them Out by the shortest possible route. . , " , i Those foolish and inconsiderate people who are bo troubled with their children that they entrust their sole care to nurses and governesses, and know as little of them as they do of the children of their nert door neighbor, may remain ...

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