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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 21 January 1870

Selected Miscellany. LOVE IN A C01TAQR Tm. iweet Uttto wlto, this to uIot In eottager And scanty enough, save 1b lovs, it oar store ; But we'U heed ah U icrosJdnp of envy or do tage. That " Lot lie the lattice when Want find the door." For I look 1b voor bee and of fat am defiant; Strong, strong ar Um arm that fat tared one meat care I And I feel, in mj heart, I could strangle a giant: And yon, ohl your bright eye are honest and lair I So little well ear formes adage a that 1; I'll work and yon watch till our Journey la o'er: 3 'you, with your bright eyes, look well to tba lat tice, I, love, with my strong anna will well keep the door. Heart. andHomt. A Circus Eemlnlscence. Thtrtt years aeo to-day. on the 81st of December, 1839. the famous rampage of the elephant (jolombns occurred near IS ew Orleans, and as the only living witnesses of the affair are residents of Cincinnati at present, we will rive a short account of the elephantine tear. Raymond & Wahring's circus and me nager...

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. — 21 January 1870

THE HJERALD. TERMS TVf T1"1'I Hwn I 'Ms published every Hamrday morning, at 'I hkeb Dollars mA..n, Sonnre (ten lines) or on Insertion f lie; each additional inser- ion M eiirr-,v!i?i.-ii- .... , , r s. COL UM BI A , TESN.v " FftlUAY, JAMAni' 31, 18?. WTAJAj Advert ising win tie considered CASK and collectable any time after the flrst insertion. . . Gold was dull and heavy in New York yesterday, opeuiug at 121 3-8, and cWing at 120 7-8. The Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette wrilcs, Jan 14, iu regard to Georgia: "The De mocrat have some advice this after noon from their own sources, saying thai I u Hock's ambition to get into the United States Senate, and his de sign to cover up his railroad opera tions, arc the things out of which the prcscut troubles have all grown." Satrap Revnolds is pits'. ing his work in Texas . He tcleffianhs to Gen. Sherman that he has issued a proclamation anuouueiu the names of Congressmen and other officer elect. He has installed Gov. Davis...

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. — 21 January 1870

HERALD. COLUMBIA., FRIDAY JAJICABT 21, 18. "TOWN AWD COUWTYR Lai .KM. . M ri i r The Stated council fires of CnicKAXAUOA TIBI No. 4, 1. 0. R. M. of Columbia, Tend., re kindled at Odd Fellow Hall, every Friday tTcning, one nour artersuasev " " THOS. J. PICKESSi S. WAS. L. GUEST C. of R. . i t r I Tbe Bank or Colombia Declares a semi-annual dividend of five per cent. Rev. A. A. Bakbb will pratb at San r U Pee, next Sabbath.- ' - Rev, Wm. Doss preaches on Uio 2d and 4th Sabbaths la each month, at Mt. Oli ve, on Bear Creek. He gained great, reputation -we learn, at the last Confer ence, held at Murfreesboro, as an able preacher. , t Drag HlarealSntaEe. Santa Fe is soon to have a neat and tastefully fitted op Drug Store. Corn is selling in the Santa Fe covntry at three and a half dollars per barrel, and scarce at that price. Bemoval IT. W. Sanders has removed his en tiro stock of merchandise, to the east side of the Public Square, next door to T. W. Kkesee & Co.; and will be pleased ...

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. — 21 January 1870

V RACHEL'S WIS. BT ACSUSTA LABSXD. t lira, Pettigrew had come in ostensibly to borrow Rachel's large dripping-pan ; and ahe meant to inquire, before the call was over, whether Rachel intended to se her preserving kettle on the following -week. Bat there was an admirable in directness about the good woman's mode of proceeding ; to she settled down in a ; comfortable reeking chair, which creaked with her weight, and took off her sun bonnet, and smoothed oat the folds of her gown. Rachel was making pumpkin pies ; and the etiquette of the country did not oblige her to forego her occupation on account of her risitor. There was a pan of sifted '. pumpkins upon the table, and a pan of : golden milk, showing the richness of fall pasturage, and eggs, and batter, and whiffs of cinnamon perfume were coming and going. Rachel held up a bine pie-plate upon her band, and slitted the crust from about the edge with dexterity. At the moment, in that not unplctur esque attitude, with the plump bared 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. — 28 January 1870

3C THE KMOK-STEP. 5 ' " v i ! BT E. C KTEDMAK. ''- The conference meeting tbroagh at last, We boys around the vestry walled To see thegtrln come tripping pant, Like snow-ulras walling to be mated. I f o If 61 urmvrrbr- jnot lr-sp the Willi A "J Hy level maKKel.Ua.siiejintea, Than I, who Rtepped berore them an Who longed to we me get the mitten. Bat no, ohe blushed and took my ana ! We tat the old folks take the highway, ' , ' And utarled toward the Maple farm Along a kiwi of lovers' by-way. " ' " I eant remember what wenaW, ' ; Twaa-notking worth anoHKOrhtory. - Yet that ruile palh by which we Mied ,. , tSeeined all transformed and in a glory. , ' The anow was erlsp beneath oar feef." : T lie moon wan full-the field were gleaminc; 1 Jlerfooe with youth and healUi wa beanUng The Utile hand outside her muff ,: nh wulptor, it you could but mould its KoliBhuy touched mr Jacket cuff, ' TO keep It warm I bail to hold 1L ' , To have her with me tliere alone ' 'Twas love and fear ami triump...

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. — 28 January 1870

THE HERALD. ever" Htnrdy morning, at 1 Hkek Doubts uSm 'jM-One Square (ten lines) . or one insertion l; each addiUonal inser ton 75 cents. COLUMBIA, TEN N.: FBIDAY, JANUARY 28. 1STO. "ALL Advertising wiU be eonnidered CAHIl and collectable any time afu-r the mt insertion. Tanre Thompson'! Speecb. The all important question of the franchise has been under discussion iu the Constitutional Convention' for several days past, some favoring the , adoption of the majority report, and others preferring the foolish and sui cidal policy dictated by the minority. It is gratifying to know that the ablest and best men in the Convention have ppoken for. impartial suffrage s::ch men as A. O. Nicholson and Neill 8. Brown. The former gentleman made the greatest speech of the occasion yesterday evening, which we expect Ui lay before our readers next week. The following seems to be but a snynopsis and imperfect report of Maj. Vance Thompson's speech : Mr. Thompson, ot Maury, claimed tliat but one gent...

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. — 28 January 1870

r . THE HERALD. COLUMBIA. TENN.: FRIDAY JAI AHY , 170. TOWN A!VD COUNTY. 1. 0. K. M. The Stated council fires of Cute am AUG A Tkibk No. 4, 1. 0. K. M. of Columbia, Tenn re kindled tOdd Fellow' Hall, every Friday Evening, one hour after sunset. TI10S. J. PICKENS. - JAS. L. GUEST C.ofR. Rer. Mr. Walker, Agent tor Smith's Bible Dictionary, is meeting with the success -which that great work deserves. Thirty-two candidate .nnouueed in the Trenton Gazette for office in Gib son county. Cl J W DcssnsoroaThM left Pu iJSiUl - Columbia or Maury county his future botne. Pale Faces in u'i anil couuiy. founded in - u an organiwui-" an this plaeoreskWJ. Andrews. We are reliably informed that fotr cit izens of Bear Creek recently bunted all night in the cedars for robins, but found nothing but mud, water, brush and rock. The river was up, the channel was deep, last Tuesday, and the town boys stood on the bridge, and caught much driftwood with their lassoes. We are gladto say that none of the boy3 ...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 28 January 1870

tifcxt Ee Bid ma Who Be Was. , One beautiful summer day-, there ,tu a great festival in the larce park at Vienna. This park is called by the - people the Prater. It is full of lcvelf 6 utcs, fine .walks, aud little roe tic 'pleasure-houses. At the time of which I am sneaking it was almost covered with crowds of people. Among a number of organ-grinders, bepgars and girU who played on harps, there stood an old musician. lie had once been a soldier, but his pension was not enough to live on. Still he did not like to beg: therefore, on this particular festival day he took his violin and played under a tree in the park. He had a faithful dog with him, who liy at his feet and held a , , hat ia his mouth, so that, paisers-by might cast coins into it On the day which I have just mcn- . tioncd the dog sat before him with the old hat Many people went by, and heard the musician playing, but they did not him much. 1 wonder the people did not give him mofc, for he was truly 4 pitiable object His...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 4 February 1870

fat. n.ir BT AXD BT. f l A v ( T hV "A ' TV ' "YV,,:" 1 r t ;.;-1 1 ss xi 1 I In. T. , A ; . , ! 1 1 ....... II V V AY Z 1 Often UH1 ridldrr .hearts, .'. S. i When for fancy good they nigh, Mmt Uie nope-deferring words By and by, dear ; by aud by;" " When will Johnny be a man lake papa, m tall and high T , r-. '? When iau htiitup afc night? ' - J t O " By and by, dear; by find by," J fj "When will winter go away? ... When will come'Fomtho' July? When can Nell long dresses wear ? ,. -By and by, dear; by and by.' ' , Bv and by" the country neems ' Where all glories waiting lie ; " . And when disappointment coni, Tear are dried with - By and by. heart!!' form XBVU VlBlH uvim iv. j , Liongingoiona, unouw" ' r Wait beneath the minbow-arrn Of the band of "By and by. Older grown, 'ti yet the j fl Enough the rainbows tarther nj , ; Mocking oft our er chase, We pieo on to " By na "J"- ' Ho,, there, and trneloje crowned. . Oold. and all ttot goldh can J boy, f Present toil, slk. A.?Sd b " ' W...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 4 February 1870

THE HERALD. : TFB4.T1h" Col ' Hwi- i" 1 publlhl every Saturday morning, at 1 uebDoilam ner annum, in advance. , lUten of Ad wtMm-Oiie Bqnare (ten lines) orone insertion $150; each additional InHer Inn 75 cents. COLUMBIA, TENN.: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1870. KTA.IX Advertising will be considered CASH and collectable any time after the na insertion. 1 Great Speech. Tlio epcccli of Hon. A. O. P. Nich olsox, on the Francliisc question last Thursday, crushed out the feeble life of the White Man's party in the Con vention, if indeed it ever had much vitality. This great effort of our del egate has been praised by all parties, and even "Avery." the Radical cor respondent of the Cincinnati Com mercial, Jpays him a compliment: "Coming, as it did from one of the staunchest old-time Democrats in the State, from an Ex-United States Sen ator, whose public life was marked by devotion to the doctrines of the Democracy, to States' Rights, White Man's Government, Slavery, South ern Confederacy, and kind...

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 February 1870

. - - - . . - - - " ' SWMBS1 g !y,,liea' m " ' ' 1 t ' 1 1 n , .... ; : : THE HERALD. .COLUMBIA, TEKN.: . ; FRIDAY FEBBCABY 4UI8TO. TOWN AND COUNTY. I. O. R. M. ' - The Stated council fires of CnicsAMMJOA Tib So. 4, 1. 0. R- M. f Columbia, Tenn., re kindled at Odd Fellow' Hall, every Friday Evening, one hour after sunset. - THOS. J. FICKENSi 8. JAS.L. GUEST C.ofB. We have received a poetical effusion from 'RoBtic,' and another lrom Kats,, both of which shall bo published when their times come. riE wllh Four Ear. We learn that Mr. John W. Davidson, who lives on Fountain Crock, has a pig with four ears. ' ' Pemesal. Major Bolliso Gordox, Hickman county's delegate in the Constitutional Convention, and Major "VAKCE Thomp son, delegate from Maury, came to Co 1 amfcia on Saturday last. Mr. Joseph Towleu and his fair bride, of rulaki,came to Columbia last Saturday. several beautiful sunshi ny days followed. ! ' : ; ' '. I,EOAnrE Fkierson and Au Hall, of Louisville, were- in town the other ...

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 February 1870

ME ACT OF LOXC LITIS6. , From ColbunTs New Monthly.? I The art of attaining to extreme old a"C, divested of all superfluous details, consists simply in the strict obecr 1 vaicc of the natnral laws. Every day ought o be to apportioned as to per mit of bodily exercise, useful employ ment of the intellectual powers, the cultivation and gratification of the moral and religious scti merits, and the taking of food and sleep, and the g.at- jfication of liie animal faculties; out the gratification of the organic and moral laws should, like the gratifica tion of the animal faculties, he in mo deration ; all excess or abuse as iuva riably entails uuLappiness, pain or disease, s moderate use insures the ; contrary, i Every act that is conducive to health aud happiness is also condu cive to long life, whilst every infringe ment of the natural laws entails an opposite condition, and tends to shor ten life. The strict observance of the natural laws is, then, the real and on ly secret of long life...

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 February 1870

-Sri iJf.l, TIM 1 tt ..11 .t if t : iKt't it. a r t .1 OTCB THE KITXK. j ' j ; Over the river they beckon to me Ixved one who've crossed tot the farther aide; The eWm of their snowy robe I nee, i But t heir voice are dfowucd in the nv-trfag J (tide, i - l''';"f'!11 There' one with rtnsteU of mtbny gba,l j - And eyes the reflect ion of heaven's blue He crowed in the twilight gray and cold, . And the palemixt hid him from mortal view. We an not the angel that met him there ; The Kate of the city we could not nee Over the river, over the river. My brot he r tands waiting to welcome mo! Over the river the boatman pale ' Carried another the household pt; Her brown enrbt waved in the gentle ale Darling Minnie ! I nee her yet I , She crowded on herlionom herdlmpled handx, : And fearlexuly entered the phantom hark ' Wewatrhed ltglidefroin lhenilver(wnd, ' And all onr ronchtne grew atrangety dark. WekaowKheta safe on the other aide, .. Where all t ha rannomed angelbe; Over Um river, the myst...

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 February 1870

THE HERALD. TEKOJltVJrt Mer published ry Hal unlay morning, at 1 aui DoUAKI wpi,taiilMe - i f advwfr '-.--Oo Square (ten line) Vrilon Mi ck additional ln&or . --f ?5 cents. .. COLUBIAv'TENN.t miDAT.FEKXi'ABl'lI, 187 O. WAIL AdvertUilng Will be considered CASH and collectable any time after the rxl insertion. , , , . , Gex.R F. Cheatham, of "Cheat Lara's Division' fame, has withdrawn liisuaroas a candidatefor County Court Clerk for Daridn countyn account of his failure u secure the removal of his disabilities.. ", ' , The State has reconsidered its vote on the section of ' the Constitution which gave the people the right to elect Cltrk and Masters of the Chan cery Courts, and that officer is now to be appointed by by the Chancellor. rri. : i " hi .. .il, mnri Willi .amsgiiaiiv win uwuwuivuiwt .the decided approval of the lawyers, and sustaiii-oio. opposition from the icople. , , ., ........ LnsTriday evening the Constitu tional Convention paid a vjrUto Mrs. Ex-President Pout. Maj...

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 February 1870

v. V r: El UiJuli COLUMBIA, TEJJtsT,': FBIDAV FKBBIARY 11, 187. " TOWN AIS"I COUNTY. O. R.M. :: , The Stated coutx-il firm of l-titcsAHlTJCA Tbtbs No. 4. 1. O. K. M. of Columbia, Tenn, rekindled at Odd Fellow's Hall, every Friday " fcveuing, one lK,urrer sunset. ! T110S. J. riCKENSi S. JAS. L. GUEST 0. of R. ' Relief). " The' second! Quartorly Meeting at the. Columbia . SUtion. , Tonnessco Confer Mcei commences or. Saturday before the .M Sunday in February, (19 and 20.) . ., - . A. l. P. Gkkbx. The services at tbo Metbodist cliarcli are boin$ protracted, with good re salts.. A. W. Smith. , wVha'd tho pleasure yesterday of meeting onr old friend, Capt. James C ' Flexing, who is travelling fer the po- uUr Southern House in New York, Gar th waite. Lewis Stuart, mannfacm-ers and wholesale dealers in clothing, 458 Broadway. We commend Mr. Fleming and his house to our merchants. IIahrv D. Martin, with the Nashville Louse of Cheatham fc Woods, was in our city yesterday. J. L. Blaxdox, owne...

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 February 1870

HMiW( IlllmvJn. The vjkM farming and gririn2opo- rationn carried on in the Grfiat n eat are a oureo of national pride and prosperity, as well as of individual enterprise and profit. Agriculture can now Join her own achievements with those of commerce and manufac tures, as shown in these important and successful results of the applica tion of pecuniary means and energy to U.e farm on its grandest plan. One of the most noted of those who have succeeded in this department of busi ness, is the self-made man whose bi orranhv is now related. J. T. Alexander,. Esq? was born at Wcllsbnrg.'West Virginia, in the year 1820. While he was still an infant, his parents removed to Stcubenvillc, Ohio, where he resided until 1810, when he went to Illinois. His occu pation at this lime was driving cattle for other, to the older States. He enjoyed little oportunity for the im provement of his mind, but he was naturally endowed with a clear, prac tical judgment, and an indomitable energy. Consequently, ...

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 February 1870

'' ' ..... . .. - ' 'if. IT MOTHER'S CRAVE. -,bt pajnmcE. The trembling dew drop fall Unon Itoeidia an flower I like souls at rest The stars Rhine gloriously auaau . . ISavc ine, are blest. " Mother, 1 love thy ferove! ' ' ' ' ' : . The violet, with blossoms blue and mild. Wave o'er thy head ; when shall it wave Above thy child? Tis a fweet flower, yet must Its bright leave to the coming teiii)Ka Ijow ; Dear mother, 'tin thine emblem : dut Dust hi on Uy brow. , ,-. ; And I could low l die; To leave untasted life dwrk, hitter Ktroanis: By thee, as ent In childhood, lie, Aud thare thy dreams. And must I linger here. To slain the plumage of my finles years. And mourn the hope lochildhood deaj-. With bittcrteans? . - Av nitiwt I lintrAr lirrc A lonely branch a pon n wit aerert tree, i IVIiowlaiit frail t ntiinjfly xre, 1 1 Went down wiflithee? ' Ufl, f roin life' wiUMTt-d lower, ' , luslillcoiuiuuuion withtheratl tuiu, " nd muse on thee, the only flower, :. "" ' in Memory? urn. . 4. --A...

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 February 1870

THE HERALD. TOIK.-Tfc"CWwrtta Urtr i-U published every Saturday morning, at 1 okex Dolxaju per an. num. In advance. Rat of Ae-erUarw One Square (tn line) for on- insertion 1 130 ; each additional Inser tion 75 cents. COLUMBIA, TENN.: FBIDAY.FEBRl'AttT 18,187. i H-AU, Admrtlfdnr will be eonsldered CASS and collectable any time after the rxt, insertion. . It is reported that when the subject comes op in the House of Represent tires, Mr. Farnsworth, of Illinois, intends to move that the political disabilities be removed from all citzens of those States who have ratified the fourteenth and fifteenth amendment, and whose dUadilitics were incurred by the third section of the fouthteenlh amendment. This is a new device to force the Southern States to ratify the fourtecth and fifteenth amendments. A carious case is being argued before the District Court at Washington. A woman Las sued a Confederate officer .for having in 1SC1 arrested and imprison eb her. and bv which imnris nment for two o...

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 February 1870

THE HE ' COLUMBIA, TENS.: . FRIDAY FEBRUARY 18, 187, TOWN AMD COUNTY. A. O. R.M. The Stated council - fires of Cbicka.mau. Tbibb Ne. 4, 1. 0. R. M. of Columbia, Term are kindled at Odd Fellow's Hall, every Friday evening, one nourarrer sunset. THOS. J. PICKENSi S. JAS.L. GUEST C.efR. KeltfflwBM. The second Quarterly Meeting at the Columbia Station, Tennessee Confer enoe, commence on Saturday before the 3d Sunday in February, (19 and 20.) A. Lv P. Gbkk. Mr. B. F. Sxoot, editorof that spright ly and excellent weekly, the Huntingdon Courier, was in our city last Saturday. arrla ml Kaary Grey. On the 10th Inst., In this county Mr. Jakes Lcsk, formerly a member ot the Maury Greys, 1st Tennessee Regiment, was married -to Miss Viola Haley, daughter of James Halet, Esq. Ta Cti m BsstdWils. We bare received a communication from a young man, advocating the claims of soldiers, etc, to office. It is well and forcibly written, but 'all such things are in bad taste. The gallant men he mentions lo...

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 February 1870

-. f : in' i I T- " f tii ri null iril in mnn " i Hnmni iirni HI 11 njllHWS Wfavsg: r -ssr-i- us ii . 1V i. Mi ! r tz rsiicxcr riiizts. An Xreviata; with Oalrynaple, the ; ,ra4 VkMUtowr sf West. '- Vjoonespondenee of Hearth and Home. . Being in the northern region of Minnesota, we thought to visit Mr. Dalrymple And his wheat farm. We wished to ' see the man ' who had turned oyer twenty hundred acres of prairie sod, and brought forth forty litre thousand bushels of Minnesota wheat. We took the afternoon train from the little inland village of Farm ington to Hastings, twenty miles be low SL Paul, on the west bank of the Mississippi. A ten , cent , ferry-ride 1 took as over the great river thence wc cross the narrow timber bottom ; thence up a winding ravine, and we emerge upon the broad prairia that forms the high delta between the St. Croix and the Mississippi. Half a mile onward and we bring up before a neat story and a half cottage, with wing and porticoes extending from the side a...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
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