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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 25 February 1870

-1 1 fii- ift'i :i r f it vt -f.it ci r .i .:t i"U!jrr "i The following exqaiotte poem from Loud Byron to his bister, will be read with renew etl intenwt foeCaOiez-of! Mrs. SUjwe'a blander uu article i '7 j Thongs the day of toy dewtliry 'sever f And the star of my faith hath deoiiBted, Thy oft heart refused to discover v - TbfaUowkiCliiwtnamreoaUllnAtl Though thy soul with my grief was acquaint ted, . t . -j, , It shrunk not To share it with me. And the love which my npirit hath pUmteJ. It never hath brand btrt in thee. ' !-. j Tilf11 whn,latarrondmtMninng,'' ; The last smile which answers to nmie, I do not believe U beguiling, : 14 - i ' ; Because It reminds me ot th ine ; ! And whea the winds fere t war with Hie ocean, , ( An their bmiU 1 believe i if with m,-' ' i If their billowa excite an emotion, ,. , 1 It la that they bear me from thee.' 1 Thorn irii the rook of my last h d its fragments are sank lgh I feel that my soul is hope i fcHlvered, An k la it wfive , Though I feel t...

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 February 1870

T $lT2;Hfi R A. L D I 1T8W TheMfMaaiMaIirii I Is published Mtr atotnrday rooming, at I bbxi J nor&nnnm in ftilvfUlOO. Ami . r idnrtMit. One 8anre (ten linen) or ne insert ion 1150; each additional lnser. iono 75 cents. . "COLUMBIA, TENN. : i FBIDAY.FEURIARY23, 1870. mm-k ir. AArortislnir win be considered CASH and collectable any time after the rat insertion. The Convention's Labours Done. The delegates 6cnt to the State cap ital to frame a new Constitution for the people of Tennessee, have jit last finished their work, and adjourned. Tho- proposed new Constitution is published, and will be submitted to the people on the 4th Saturday in March next, for their ratification or rejection. Wc give it to our readers this morning in supplemental form, but have not the time or space to notice its merits or faults. The Con vention, through the influence of Mr. Nicholson, of this county, voted .town the . ni-ODOsition to have the Constitution printed in the couniry m. - m. newspapers, thu...

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 February 1870

-THE HERALD. COLUMBIA. TEXK.e. FBIPAT FEPHIAPY 0, 187. '. 1? -T? ofl fire, of Chnaihcoa ;lrt14.-;RrM. of Colombia, Tenu., A?" Md Fellow'. Hail, every Friday rtM Aha Lah M - V. - ' ' - ?08. Jr PICKENS s. nmttMM4 nctt, a.: w. c- aew s-SHaw ataa. CtlialU. '."TeiKmiluireaiMintend keeping tha ef stoop band made work in tbe United . States, whkk wiU be sold at . low prioes Tor cask all f whlehfwe warrant fully, and if not as represented, will return the . ' Fsb2-ly , '.'..'. - ,1 it i ,l. .-i i ' ": Hew Atrertteeaaeate. '; " ', TTe direct tbe attention of our readers i to tbe announcement of Mr. John T. ' 8TOWKB8, wbo is a candidate for City ltfanhal. Mr. Stowirs came " to this city from Nashville aoTeraL year ago, and has been quietly working at his trade ever since. He was a Confederate , eoldier, and in one of tbe terrible battles around Atlanta, lost the lower part of one of bis legs. We believe he is a wor thy, capable man, and ask onr citizens ftxT"tf Us ellmi - 3. T. L. CocHSAir, E...

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 February 1870

ras hk simss rim. a tau me bis timm. ' " BT HORATIO ALGEK, JR. , ' diaries Xiiiford wu a young mc cb&uic in rood business. At the art of twenty-six he had taken to himself as a wife Caroline Eastis, the daugh ter of a neighbor, who bad nothing to liHnff him print Vine n wn Ttrnnl merits, which were many, aud habit of thrift, learned in an economical household nndcr the stern teaching of necessity It was well, nerhf ps. that Charles Lynford 6hould obtain a wife of this character, since lie aimseir iouuci n very difficult to save anything from his income. It was not long before Caroline be came acquainted with her husband 8 failing. She could not feel qutite easy in the knowledge that they were liv ing felly up to their income, foresee ing that a time would come when their familv would trrow more ex pensive, and perhaps her husband's business, now flourishing, might ix come less so. Accordingly one day she purchased of a -tin ncddler. who came to the door, a little tin safe, such ...

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. — 4 March 1870

xr- f M 'I f FSr, ., , THE BTI9C3 aOTOER. " BY TiXXERA tAYTOIC. lh liooM was boaMlywdtte rall irere v ban-; -' i v 77 s , .. For Poverty ImuI plainly written Utera His dreaded nartw.aiHl sickMaa too had come lo leave ber fool prints in that peasant's borne. , Cpon a lowly conch Urns mol her Ur c j ,' fratbaiflnittitoUiarif-lanaaV& I -Tha rose upon her cheek had filled white, And to souketi'er gleamed strange!? bright. The rounded outline Tneue veins seen through the transparent rmed almot-t bun. Ultg-wlUi the faveredtkle That like a niounUin utreaiu did nwift ly el Ida. 1 nebair, which once iu omooth and oblnirg band ehe i braided bark her plump, white Miowy bands, t t i w t f -Gleaming now In, now out ihe gold nd brown . In carclcw ktring buug all neglected down. The wasted liana lay motion!, t pWcd with the long fi 'ingos Ihcy careless stray- Now here, now There, with restless toeing Uirown, . W hile from ber Hps but once, there earn a moan ; 'Twaswlirn he looked open the tiny...

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 March 1870

THE HERALD. - - TESn. ThwOlnnMm BffiM' Ik publixhed every Saturday morning at Three Doll aks per annum, in advance. - Balm of AavertMBa-. One square (ten lines) for one Insertion, L50; each additional in sertion, 7d centn. COLUMBIA, TENN. : ' FRIDAY, 51 ARCH A, 1 87. TAIL Advertising will be considered CASH and collectable any time alter the flrst insertion. The Sew Constltntlon. Most of our readers bare doubtless made themselves acquainted with the proposed new Constitution, and formed their opinion of its merits. It boars the marks of the genius of the able and ex perienced men who were chosen to fram it, and fully meets the demands of our altered condition, and conies as near reflecting the will of the people as could save been expected from a lody of men embracing every variety of opinion. It is infinitely superior to the old Consti tution, because it enfranchises a large number of our fellow-citizens, which will restore peace and prosperity to cur State for all time to come. Th...

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 March 1870

THE HERALD: COLUMBIA, TEXK.: FRIUAYvMABCH 1, IHf. TO WIT JL.THT COUNTY. m O.R.M. . . , . r : .1 , me uuea council nres of Chicxamauoa ! so. , i. v. k. H. or Volombu, Tenn re kindled at Odd Fellow's Hall, every Friday Evening, oae hour after sunset. TH08. J. PICKEK JASL. GUEST Cef S. BMC, Smew am Ha7Str, jr. W. Car ar Falle aamare. (Maakia. . We bow have andintend keeping the beat shop hand made work in the United States, which will be sold at low price for cash all of which we warrant fnVg, and if not as represented, will return the money. Sheegoc Atsos, Feb25-ly ' " W. B. Scott, Esq., a colored man, and editor of the Maryvillc (East Tennessee) Eepublicac,wB in our city last Satur day. The Republican is the only paper nnhiiOiml in Tennessee by a colored man. and its political aspect is Conserva live. It is ably conducted, and should be liberally supported by the colored peo ple. Our former fellow-citizen, J. L. Bean do, a cotton factor of Lawrenceburg, was in Columbia yesterday. Bes...

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 March 1870

-Uriels fMe-err.;t J Some examples of the marvels ot memory would seem ;ntirely incred ible had they not been given to us up 'on highest authority. Cyrus knew the name of each soldier in his array. It is also related of Themistocles that . he could call by name every citizen of linens, allnougu the number atnoun ted to twenty thousand. ' Mithridates, king of Ponlus. knew all his eight thousand soldier, by their right names. Scipio. we are told, knew all the in habitants of Home, t Seneca complain ed of old age because he could not, as former! v. repeat two thousand naaies in the order in which they were read to him : and he stated that on one oc i casion, when at his studies two hun dred unconnected verses bavin? been recited by the different pupils of his preceptor, he repeated them in a re versed order, proceeding from the last to the first, Lord Grauville could repeat, from lieginuing to end the New Testement in the original Greek. jCook the trag edian, is said tQ have committed ...

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 March 1870

j f o THE LAST XIUOTw-E. BT TEAM. KIVKKS." Hi xty ytin through shin sad, Vnow Wixty yeara, my gentle wife. You and I have walked together, Down tu ragged rMrfarUfa. -Kroia the lilflx of Spring we darted, t j And through all the Hummer land, And the fruitful Autumn country. We have journed hand in hand. . We have bomtbe heat and burden. Toiling painfully and alow ; ; , , We have gathered In our harvest, " - ' With rejoicing, long ago. Leave the upland for our children, - Tbey are strong Know and reap. Through the quiet Winter lowlands On our level way we keep. Ti a dreary country , darling. You and I are pawing through ; But Uie road lien atrrigut before us, , And the mile are short aud few ; ' No more dangers to combat - - No more hi Us to ellmb, true friend. Nothing now but implewelklng, Till we reach our Journey's end. We have had out time of gladness: - Twas a proud and happy day, , . , Ah ! the proudext of out JoUrney, t , When we felt that we could . . Of the chlldretrOod'haJ g...

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 March 1870

!im4H.IIAAai. 1.1. -sm&'m'i S?SeaSSESSKt 1 ' -THE HERALD. a Mf MUM fT TCSXC TfceMtetaaaMa Herald In published every Saturday morning si THKKB Deuuts per annum, In 4tmm. t .- Bate af iMUnxUM square (ten line) for one Insertion, tL faca additional In aertion, 73 cents. O L D k B I AV-.tr' Eii : t", i FRIDAY, NIABCII II. 187s. ' WX'LIi 'Aoprtbrina- will 1m MniAnxI "CASH and collect Able any time afteT tlie n insertion. ' Supreme foart. ' T ' A bmviber of gentlemen have been mentioned- throughout the State" as suitable for the Supreme Bench of TeuncssceT " It Is no disparagemeht to any of them to say, that Mr. Nichol son is more emineutlj' qualified for the position tliau any other man of our acquaintance In the State. .. He is neither a law pedant nor emttily al lawyer, a mcrev worker for fees, but understands, in Ihe widest scope, the principles and uses of 'law. Ilia lack of being a demagogue, how ever, ia 1mnt( na gTCat15 his moi ilp. . and he will never become a canvasser of bi...

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 March 1870

$siwssjrTisv THE HERALD. COLUMBIA.TESJf.: T FRIDAY, SIABCtlll, 1ST.' towi Arm county; I, O. R.M. - ' " Tbe Stated council fire of CaiciA.MA.CSA Teibs No. 4, 1. 0. R. M. of Colombia, Tenn, are kindled at Odd Fellow's Hall, Brery Friday s-Tening, w muruTC.er sonnet. - W. VANCE THOMPSON. Sacbem. JAS.L. GUEST C.ofR. hI, SkM mm. HatJ tee, 3T. W. Cer- , mer rmllc Saiare. CvlnBmMa. . We now have and.intend keeping the lent shop hand made work in tbe United States, which will be sold at low price '.. for cash all of which we warrant Wy, and if not as reprewnted.twill return the money. . ',. . Shkbooo A 80s. Feb25-y -,' ; : PwMIe atcatklata;. .There w 1". be Public Speaking at the following plecca on Saturday the lSlh inst., on tbe Sew Constitution At Xfanolis by Judge War. Mas- At Mt. Pleasant by Gen. W. C. Waht- THORNS. At Culleoka by L. D. Mtsbs, Esq. At Hampshire by W. Yascb Thomp son and A. O. P. Nicholson. . The Xew Cenatltmtlea. Last- Monday a large number of the citizens of Maury cou...

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 March 1870

r- i- t '1 ra r T T f- - ' V tT AJLC roS BERTRAM XfTFORD, TO H. M.'S LEGATION i japan. ; . . I wu sent oCJciallv to witness the execution br Ilara-Kiri (gelf-immo- -, Ution by disembowelliajr) of Taki ' Zcnzitbnro, the officer of the Prince of Bnew limit who gsre the order to lire on me foreign settlement at 111 - ogo. As tue Hara-Atn Is one of the Japanese customs which has excited " the greatest cnriositjr in Europe, al though, owinr to ILe ftictlbat it bad nerer hitherto been witnessed by for eigners, it has seemed little better than f. fable. I will relate what oo- The ceremony, which was ordered by the Mikado himself, took place "at . 1U.3U at night in the Temple of bei gukuji, the -Ucadquariera of the Sat cuma troops at Iliogo. A witness was sent from each of the foreign le (rations. We were seven foreigners in all. tt e were conducted to Ue temple by wfficers of the 'Princes "of Sstsunia M ndChoshhi.-Althongh llie'ccrenio- ux.watq. pejcpnuuciea, is 1110 most Private 'UMuasr i...

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 March 1870

- J r,T" " t 1 """" . .- " iYtt-- i .air n trnrt iwt t r j5SammmwMsmmHmmmmMM e-iyy.iJtr ! IF WE KXEW. If we kaew ttoWM anA aeartcbj ( T Waiting for us down the rood. If oar lips could taut the wormwood. If oar backs fow feetlhe londr - Would wexnmte heday hi whiting. J W . Ji o UIUQ IUM unu uui ue , Wonld we wait In such ha patience j For oar ships to come from tea T Would be cold and stuT to-morrow ' ' ' V I Never trouble na again,, , , , , , . . Would the bright eyes of oar dartUiC - Catch the frown upon r brow, w ould the print of rov finger Vex us then m they do now? " Ah, these liltte teo-eold fingers. . : . How they point our memories back To the hasty words and actions Strewn alonx our backward track f How these little hands remind us. As in snowy grace they Ue,. ,ii , ot to scatter thorns, but rosea, For our reaping by and by. fit range we never prize the music . , , Till the sweet-Toleed bird has flown ; I Strange that we should alight the violets Till the lovely flowers ar...

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 March 1870

-:fii ' . f ? r. THE HERALD. TESW-ThcOriHBkU ntoaM Is published eveirbMurdsLy noraing at Thus K UO . per ubwi, u Mrtoo Kate ef Aertaaiair. One square (teu lines) for on Insertion, JA each additional in sertion, T coots.-. r., -.. ,. . . .. COLUMBIA, TEN JT.:.' FBIDAV, MAUCIK AS, 1ST. SW ALL Advertising will be considered CABK and collectable any time after the flrat1natrtlon.il - ... Eeeonstraetlon. Much excitement has prevailed ia Tennessee, among the farmers as well as the citizens or the towns, during the past few weeks, in consequence of the efforts made at "Washington by Stokes, Matkabd & Co., to have our rjtatc "re-constructed"' by Congress "If another dreadful war was threat ened, the good psopie would scarcely appear more concerned than they are now. No doubt there has been much reason for these apprehensions of evil, but the tone of ihe Republican press of the North makes us quite hopeful of a happy issue out of our troubles. A few days ago Governor Sknter was supposed ...

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 March 1870

kd 1UIC1XE. ; , From Good Health for March. ' W'c cannot hope to make our read ers physicians, bnt we .bciicFei that every mas 'should have- eoore fylain knowledge of those - sanitary tacts which although admitted by medical men, are not recognized by the world. If our philosophers and discoTercrs will not condescend to come down from the heights and adapt their teaching to the commonplace, needs of common 6cnso men,' it is oar duty as public journalists to enter the lands lately surveyed by the pioneers of truth, and explain the elaborate and laborous investigations of our great thinkers aud workers iu simple, un technical language. We hope .o prove to those wb6 will follow us, that the art of curing disease is not a mvsterv io be 'ever more enshrouded in the cauldron fumes of alchemy and witchcraft, but a 6traight-forward b&viicc, beset in deed with difficulty, but. in itsbro:ul principles and practical details, ra tional and comprehensible; to show that health mav be preserve...

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 March 1870

Ti J?w5 .1- THE HERALD', i COLUMBIA, TtJ.i . ' FRIDAY, 1UBC3I U, 187. TOWN A.1V1 COUJTTT. I O. R. M. The Stated couucil fire of ChickaMACBA Tube No. 4, 1. 0. R. M. of Colombia, Tens., re kindled at Odd Fellow'e Bell, every Friday i. renter, ene nnirtncr sunset. W. VANCE THOMPSON, Sachem JAS.L. GUEST. CofR. Boet, Bke smbo. Hmt Store, IT. W. Cor- er Pmlle si aire. CoIhbbMo. We now have and Intend keeping the lest shop band made work In tbe United State, which will be sold at low prices for cash all of which we warrant fully, and if not as represented,' will return the money. Eheegoq dr. bos. Feu25-lj ; ' . ." : For Jaaale rtkFeee. Mr. Editor : In answer to a petition signed bv many gentlemen of Lk)lum bia and vicinity 6olicting me to run for magistrate of the ninth District, I hereby announce myseu as a cauai- date. Election to take place on to morrow, i i Ja&, H.Wilkes. March 24, 1870. Xext Beuaslar. Rev. Mr. Orrs has sufficiently recover ed from his recent illness to resume his ...

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 April 1870

- O . . . V . j '. . . -I'l. , . . - ' -" - J V . Y THE BOXC 4r STEAJI. 1 ', . BY G, W. CCTTBR. 1 (. f i i ' ' t .i -. Harnoksmr down ith your iron bAdt; " Br sore of your curb md rein: , i For I worn the power of your puny binds, A the tempest worn chain, llow I laughed as I lay ronoeal'd frott 6lgb t For many aoountleaahour, At the childish bomt t human rnlglrt, . - And the pride of human powar. ' When I saw an army upon the land,' ' A navy upon the seas Creeping along, a mail-like band, .: Or waiting the wayward breece: 1 When I marked the peasant faintly reel With the toll which be dally bore, As he feebly turned the tardy wheel. Or tugged at the weary oar ; t When I measured the panting cnrcr'i upeed, i , ; , ( The night of the courier dove. A they bore the law a king dtiereetl, . Or the line of Impatient love, I could not but think how the world wonld rent, i i i - i . A these were OulRtripp'd afar, ' When I Kbould be bound to the rushing keel. Or chaint-d to the flying ear. l...

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 April 1870

... , . t I i F .1 i ! i i i 7 I i! TH3 HERALD. TfcaMfctaMa Bmlt- la published 1Batta f A4wrtWw. One square (ten lines) v for on Insertion, L60; each additional in eertion.7cenU. . - . In HiniW COLUMBIA, TENN FCID1T, APKtlL. 1, 18?. STALL Advertising will be considered CASH and collectable any time after the first Insertion. Tote of UvreiieeCoiiBtjr. Charles McLain, Sheriff; Giles M. Meek, Register; Sam Weaver, Tax Collector; W L I ILiTuroer, Trustee, Radical .Majority for New Consti tution, about 550. The latest reconstruction news from Washington is calming to the nerv ous. Bex. Butler, whose influence alone gave the matter a serious sig nificance, is represented as having be come disgusted with his Tennessee clients, Stokes & Co. Gen. Sherman laughs at the idea of reconstruction, and advises us to pension the leading Radicals who have been or are likely to be deprivedfof office, and then .we shall hear no more of the Kuklux. A p very sensible. Washington correspon dent of the...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 1 April 1870

''"'"eiwai- -- :i ii. - i -t - .:-.! . . -jli. -Win-V ti THE HERALD. ; COLUMBIA. TESN.: , FRIDAY. APUIt 1. lsW TOWN AND COUPTTY. le O.R.M. ? ' The Stated council fire of CniciAMACGA Tmbi No. 4,1. 0.R. M. of Columbia, 1 euo lire kindled at Odd Fellow's Hall, every Friday Evening, one hour aner sunset. . W. VANCE THOMPSON. Sachem JAS.L.GUEST ,3-ofR. it Mm. mmA Bat Btw-re. X. W. ear ns lnlle aware. Calawabla. Wo now have and intend keeping the l.xl shop band made work in the L nitea tti. which wUl be sola at low r ..Voll erf which Wfl warrant , and if not as represented, wiU returnthe money. : ! Skiew.0 . Fefo25-ly ... -r rvtlnmbia. who W.J J) ALB, Aiaj or v - a '" ' rwurnwi. Markev. a native of rt jnn ' B3ar 2ToW a merchant of Wartrace, C'r in -r city last Tuesday a .An ATS J IL Andrews, of Murfrees- ( in our town this week. boro, was r- Nixon. Of Lwrence vouuij, tm iu our town I"" " VAIl. , - 111 - . . . -r. -KnTma nfn on a hort xsit KS'parenU out on Bear iffflSw of many, years, Croc...

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 April 1870

TEST EHISSiELE. A WealtHy CalUaraUaai aaisl tm have Married bia mwm Dangrhter., - It would seem, from the frequcut occurrence of remarkable incidence, that there is certainly nothing of an improbable nature, judging from the following wonderfully strange and hardly creditabl 6tory w hich came to our ears a few days since. In the spring of 1849, when tha gold fever was at its highest possible state of excitement in California, there lived in the 6tatc of Virginia on the banks of the York river, . a few miles from Yorktown, a gentleman of culture, whose parents were in mode rate circumstances. It was during the gold excitement he left his com fortable home, his friend9,relalivcs, a loving wife, whom he lead to the altar but a year since, and an only child a daughter of two mouths and took up his louley journey to 6eek bis fortune in the wild, distant West over and beyond the Rocky Mountains, where the bright and gol den sun sinks down to rest amid the blue waves of the grand Pacific A...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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