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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 17 June 1870

MFITKT Tg. COOLIDGE." " ' ' - - . , l Th nUrrnbl HLnner " wh Weald FmI IUs Wire'a UtUe BUI. . IFrom the Sew York Tribune, J one 2d. : The Superior Court of Boston has re cently been engaged In the trial of a cause fFlynt vs. Coolidge) which has created much excitement in the dress circle in the Tri-montane region. Mrs. Flynt, the plaintiff, is the most fashionable artistic, we may say aesthe tic dress-maker of all who clothe and glorify the ladies of the Hub. Mr. Coo lidge, the defendant, is an eminent merchant Mrs. Coolidge is the spouse of Mr. Coolidge. She had manufac tured to her order, by Mrs. Flynt, rai ment for which that costumer charged $1,911.-. The court, some time since, Bent the whole matter to an auditor, who reported that the gowns furnished were worth $1,203.- Mrs. Flynt declin ed to accept this report, and so the case w as given to a jury; The ingenious plaintiff testified that there was no workwoman in Boston who could make gowns to equal in beauty and taste her ow...

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 June 1870

53 n THE HERALD TERJK. TkeCol"-U IleraW Is published every Friday morning at TilKEE Dollak per annnm, in advance. Katni f AdTertixias. One square (ten linos) jor one Insertion, tUM; eacU additional iu isertiow, 75 cento. COLUMBIA, TENN.: FKIDAV, JUAB IT, 1870. 0"ALL Advertising will be considered CASH and collectable any time after the ursi lniseruon. For two weeks, says tlic Murfrecs boro Monitor, tlic general complaint of our farmers lias lccn excess of moisture. Every day or two perfect floods have succeeded, uutil wc arc saturated with water enough to satis fy us for a long time. On last Sun day a considerable 6torm of wind ac corapaincd the rain, and did damage to a number of farmers living in the north and west portions of the county, where wheat, fencing, trees, etc, were blown down. Wc have not ascer tained the full amount of the dam age. Nationnrcrcdit Wheat. New Yokk, June 11. Advices from London and the continent arc highly gratifying. Higher prices arc repor ted for Amer...

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 June 1870

THE HERALD. COLUMBIA. TENS.: FRIDAY, JUKE 17, 1870. TOWN AND COUNTY. All purely personal cards will be inserted in t ic Hekild as advertisements. . Boat, Shoe aad Hat Store, X. W. for mer PablicScjaar, t'alarabln. Wo now havo nnt intend keeping Hie bent shop baml-mado work in tbo Uuitod .States, wbich M ill bo sold at low prices lor cash all of which wo warrant fully and if not as represented, will return tho money. SnEF.oori ASon, Fcbii-yl. Thankn Wo rctnra thankn to on r worthy llen rcsentativc, Hon. W. II. Wilson, for pub lic documents .'Renort of the joint so- loct Committee to in vesticato tho Rail roads in Tennessee." on the "Tonuesoe & Pacific R. It.." the' "Knoxtille fc Ky, It. K." tha "Mineral Homo R. K.," and "Kogersvillo and JefforBonville K. R." Haaryia Haary Cnty. 'Hici aro ten Lodges of Freo and Ac cepted Masons in Maury county. Co lumbia has two. Roach and Columbia Imdire'. Mt. Pleasant 1: Biffbyvillo Culleoka 1: Rock nrinjr 1; Spring; Hill 1; Willianisport I; San...

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 June 1870

ansa.-- '.. CarlNiijr f. Diet Lather Chart. pi AHm Csei- Apietaa Tim Hery IT. Seblller Sup '; v, lew, lite. : w.-t,. ;ti,. i.n-i-.t, '! . . ine lancinn&u commercial pre B a a a sent its readers with a pleasing arti cles on. the gasUtory passion, telling them how, 'some of the great men of History liav lived. We read : The word gastronomy, which possesses all tho attributes of good living in their perfection, U Bcarccly half a century old, and is, of course, duo to the French, who compouuded it, with their usual skill in adaptation, from the Greek . From the indiscriminate a1 tenlrra? slnllAnr nf VStollina anl Ucliogaoalus, those old heathens of the Decline and Fall, to tho refined and delicate taste thcof cpicuriau Lu cullas, there is a wido interval. Yejt no human bciiisr is wholly without in terest in the ecince of gastronomy, , Bincc there' is none but must cat to .'..Jiyo.. Those who reverse the rule, .-and live only to cat, are not gour mands In the true fcnsc, and lose the...

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. — 24 June 1870

HISSED HIS MIKE. . . ..-, A TrN Story f Kratvkjr fa Mm Tine. 1U Bowling Green Correapondonoc of the Courier-Journal. A few days ago, in the office of an attorney here, I heard a witness asked, 44 W hat is your ace. and what has been your occupation for the last forty-live years ?' And the answer to this elici ted a narrative of one of the most In teresting adventures and hair-brwulih escapes characteristic of the first part of the present century in this section of me commonwealth. ine question was asked by Judge Dulaney, and Robert Davis, the wit ness, answered that his ncn was Mvnn- ty-two years ; and, for the purpose of aiismcuug uie tKuauce or uie quesuon, turned to an old acquaintance in the room, and asked him, " What year was it that fellow shot at me near the Drinpinjr Snrinffs? for that was mv first yeare's experience in the tobacco iraue." when the witness naa been released from his examination, we de sired to know the particulars of the in cident referred to, and he favor...

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. — 24 June 1870

N D Tl.Kxi The Coliabls Ilrrale" is published every Friday morning at Tiia.ZKlXH.ULB3 per annum, in advance. 1 ' ' ilitm f drrTtirf. One square (ten lines') jor one insertion, SLfiO, each additional in- FRIDAY JUKE S4, 187? ! WU,L AdmriMni will be considered CAHH aud cuUeocable any time alter' the Ilrxc insertion. - i ..- ' " Cabinet Bnmors. Rumors are Tcry current that there will bet least a partial rcorganiza lioa of Jlic Cabinet before the end of the session of Congress. The change in tho1 Attorney General s office is re garded as merely the commencement of that - reorganization. Probably two or three weeks may elapse be fore any additional resignations are offered, but the most prominent men in the Kcpublican party in Congress declare that the Tresidcnt will tc in a position in a brief time to accept two if not three more from the pres ent Cabinet The Secretary of State and the Secretary of the Interior arc most likely to withdraw, while the Secretary of the Nary is more gener a...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 24 June 1870

THE HERALD. rvXTOLDMBIA.. TESH.t fbida.t, Jinra 9 j, isro. TOWN AND COUNTY. ; j - ' ; . . , ' All purely personal cards will be inserted in the Herald as advertisements. Bt,Sho a4 Hat Store, X.W. Cor r Pablle Square, Colombia. ' ' Wo now have and intend keeping the best shop hand-made work in the United States, which will ho sold at low prices for cash all of -which we warrant fully and if not as represented. rvi!l return tho money. " ' ' Sn-rxnou A Son. Feb25-yL , . , Peraoaal. Capt. White Frierscn, of New Orleans, recently foomo to our city, via Hot , Springs, . Arkansas. i Mr. Joseph Towler, Jr., of Pulaski, was in on r city on last Sabbath. W. 8. Fleming, Esq., candidato lor Chancellor, who has been gone for aoino time past canvassing, has returned. Co3 Boiling Gordon, of IlicVraan coun ty, was in our city on last Thursday, lie reports that the crops arc looking well down his way. Judge Hilary Ward,' of Tulaski, is in our elty. , . ; Brinjrrlaa; ( Wont Oat Lands. Tho follow! ne ...

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. — 24 June 1870

1 FEARFUL SE1TD. For some days her Majesty's old frigate, the Nonpareil, had been bat tered about by one of these trcmen flou8 cyclones that are so frcauent in the Indian Ocean at the change of hc monsoon. However, jy a knowledge , 01 me law or storms, we were enabled eventually, to 6ail out of it, and get once more into fine weather. It was just at this time that the man at the mast-head reported a wreck in sirhL Having made sail, and altered the course so as to bear down upon her, it was not long before we were near enough to lower a boat for the pur pose of boarding her. For this opera tion I was selected, and a difficult matter it was. The dismasted wreck, which ap peared to have been a barque, was rolling frightfully by reason of her having no sails to steady her. Con sequently, was not wilLout great dif ficulty, and much risk of being swamped, that we were enabled to get on board of her at all. Once . there, it was a hard matter to keep one's footing. It was a dismal 6ighL Her...

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 July 1870

MaMMaiaMaMaMaMaaMaagMaMaaMaaaMaMg5 Ltgitali aad 1U Cariosities. Tine frequency and violence of than dcrstorms, and the many catastrophes that have attended them, have of late excited general apprehension, and re opened the old-discussion about lightning-conductors and other devices for safety. It is remarkable that recently observed phenomena refuse not a few old and firmly-trusted expedients, and suggest the utility of accepting all, or nearly all. of the time-honored notions on the subject with caution. Thus it has been held that feathers afford abso lute protection ; yet a woman has been killed at St. Louis by a stroke of light ning while lying on a feather bed. It has been thought that intervening glass insures safety; but an instance Jias occurred or a person being etrucK who was sitting by a closed window. Iron and copper conductors have been aepenaea upon ; but people nave Deen killed in houses provided with rods, and believed to be quite secure. The explanation of the first ...

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 July 1870

r--'-5' THE HERALD TKRaTS. TWCiaMa Herald Ik published very Krklay morning at Thkk LKllabs per annum, in advance. Balm of Aarn-tMaw. One square (ten linen) jot one Insertion, CLSb; each additional ln tierlion, 75 cents. Columbia; tens.: friday, july 1. 18t. BITA.LL. Advertising will be considered CASH and collectable any time after toe una insertion. . SPAM. Cttstcllar Quotes U-elw. Paris, June 22 The journals to-tlay publish the prcat nynxch delivered by Soiior Castillar in the Spanish Cortes a dav of two since. He spoke in op position to tlie plan of the jrovcru lncnt for jcradnal emancipation, but favored immediate freedom of every slave in Spanish territory. He quo led the proclamation of Abraham Linclon amid loud pplusc ' A Prominent Stock Man. V,y yesterday eveninar's Louisville train 'Maj.' Allman, of Giles county, arrived with four thoroughbred fillies and a pair of shepherd dogs bought at Sir. Alexander's animal sale. One of the fillies is a three year old got by Lexington,...

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 July 1870

i'ridat, JiJiTv lstVisro. TO AVIV AND COUNTY. t purely personal cards vWl be inserted in Uic IIebald as advertisements. Bot,ffcee n( lint Blere,!!. "W. C or mer Pahlle Bqamre, t'elainbin. We' are receiving New Goods every week. Our I loots and Shoes are the best Shop Hand-Made every pair warranted. Our lls's are of the best quality and W- ic niyn-s. au or vrnicu wi w lower prices for cash than you can buy in Nashville or Columbia. We respect fully invite everybody to examine our gooda find prices. sheeooq A Son. FieeUSIk", Mr. Daniel J. Kstc of this county, brought iuto our office on last Saturday stalk of cotton which is far ahead of anything wo have yet aeon. It is about ' twenty inches high, is strong, well built, I healthy and full of sfitiarrs. Mr. ivrtes, who came in on "Old Yellow," has a forty acre field abont as good as this epccinicn. , , ' . ' ' Until h, Conaforl and Pleasure. , If you want either, go to Bon Aqua Springs, as you will bo suro to find it, and at much lower ...

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 July 1870

BACIIElM'S'Urti MAKIHB. ! - - ' You wonR have known it (ot a bachelor's dw, the moment yoo put your head in tho door. Blue, epicy wreaths of cigar smoke circling up to the ceiling newspapers under the ta ; Jjlo-caslilc soap in the tiny bronze card receiver slippers on the mantle niece, and general confusion every- where. And yet, Mr. Thorubrookc poor deluded mortal solemnly be lieved that liisroom was in the mot perfect order. For haun t he poked the empty champagne bottles under the bed, and sent, the wood box to I . . . . J 1 . rv lii war mem iimiiiunj, mm uujj morning gown over the damp towils, and dusted the ashes sprinkled hearth with his best silk handkerchief t. He'd like to tec a room in better trim lhan i lialtriioecnil li wnnlil I nnrl nnn lie: was mending himself np, preparatory to so'in" a callinsr. to call oil tho very prettiest girl in New York. Not that lie was particularly lond ot the needle, but when a fclloVs whole foot goes through a hole in the north-east toe , o...

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 July 1870

7' ..." - . . ' . Z v , . -' - - - t"i . ., v'.l - , -.. ' ..... r . f I . Suctroke. ... . One of the sacred promises to those who are to Inherit the better life to: " Tliat the eun shall - nqti light upon them, nor any beat,'; To the inhabi tants of the "dry and thirsty land," it i8 well remarked by aa author on sun stroke, this promise was full of mean ing. This disease, or. rather; accident, has undoubtedly been recognized in some form from the earliest periods of history. The sufferings of armies in tropical climates, or during the hot sea son in higher altitudes, is frequently ' due to the efiecte of heat .Laborers Y exposed to the steady action of the tun's mys in summer, and so situated or clothed as to Interrupt free perspira tion, or by their habits raising the teni jeratuie of the blood,' are liable to sun stroke. It follows that - so-called sun stroke may occur without exposure to the sun,nd such 1s the rase quite fre quently.'1 All the 'conditions may be presentinlhe sha...

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 July 1870

kntlKUIIAUli atoaM latmbUHhed verv KtHUrnorolm M XWf Dottaas per annum, In advance. . . , 'bba r sartaria.--Ona aqjoare (ten line) forone Insertion, fLM; each additional In- COLUMBIA, .TENN.;.. Uft rir.r. AAvArUalnc-arill b considered" CAHH MAeoUeetabie anjr Hw-ww "" flrKt Mom. .,: il m-i "'jimr-l ui f s..o- ir interest bfg transpired in our mnntv worthy of note. Onr crop of all kinds look fincVyj' uotwiAeUndin, Ihc .wet woftlhcri iknd.'.wUjadderato fcsonpfraia, .TO? k We re likely t Wvc uita an Jo . tcrestlag raccinwir . Judical, urcoii ;AliAv'i AraerftLMbcro 'being 1UI AHVlJiVJ r (-.' somc' foVr1 or1 live candidates in the field, Among wbOin is Col. U. Bice, late of the UuufWeiatrj nrmv. CoL Kick served vitU distmpUon in what he and almost all of u believed lo be a Ipgblcbusircanw was, : severely wwwaded i .'the dcspcrali?, battle it FraiklinMrbetc so many of dot gal lauV.sons , foil ; is young lawyer of llin?Waity;' bold, fcailcsg, energetic, anaatlbc nmd time coorteous and aflbl...

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 July 1870

aa ., . 1, ALMOST i GHOST STOIT. Ou a Christmas night, some fifty or Bixly years ago, was gathering about the wide fireplace of a large New England kitchen,' a happy family cir cle, consisting of a well-to-do farmer, who was also a magistrate known far and wide a Squire Tcrciral, his comely wife, two fair daughters, a niece, and last but not least, a son, just home from Yale for the holidays. The night without was seasonably cold, and brilliant wi'h moonlight and starlight The large stone farmhouse flood on the brow of a hill, behind a protecting line of tall pine trees the only green in tho wide landscape. The steep hillside and wide valley be .irath were hcavilv blanketed with snow. The early part of the evening had passed merrily with games, jests and song. But for an hour or. two the conversation had taken a drift Into the realm of the supernatural. One ghost story had succeeded to another, till,, as the " witching time of night" approached, and the fire burned low, the circle 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. — 8 July 1870

"A I 5p HERALD. Columbia, tesk. TOWN AJI COUNTY. AllpunMy person! cards will be inserted la vie utanu as advmiscments. ' ' .- ,Wo are receiving New Goods every veek. Our Boots and Shoes arc the best phop HMid-Made every pair warranted. . lOur lias are of the best aaalitv and la Itestetyfcs. All of which will be sold at lower pices for cash than you can boy 11 isastinlle or Columbia. We respect tily invite everybody to examine our 60x14 aid prices, hhekqoo A Sox . .I ' v : . : I -Wa MmiliMank. "Dp sire to read the advertisement of the Man Ilh Hchool property forsale, v ror Scho inrposes it is to be had very cheap. It is tatnly Male School in the city, and we adve school teachers to examine it. We haity ever know of a. better bargain. HpA? Ixoh. M. Jones, of Pulaski, is n Bnoedn our paper this morning .as a caidJdate'br Chancellor. rrewett's Uek. i 'Iiis h (lie name of a famous spring oiono of Mr.' F. II. Welkin's - farms oiKig Iligby creek, about tvro railes Hw jlt-.lleai&nLf .It...

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 July 1870

''TSS. -tgrT i. .Cf'- i . T r f ft,- - - xmu-umjUm.t msi imaa i aaaaawBnnBasasaaBaaaaana'''BaaB' I i try.:ittatx:i. TfMp I .iir.:iir:iEiJ!i:jfr. rt:-tr.':r Oil il m. -WW a- xaaw mmmm .1 AM ... . T Mb. Pitob: lAxe jouuxu xn an VsHJnt unnxe yourserrx am a Cbt euitor. . 4 mas avfy W jtb ui ... i.l hnwef . ' i nave seen rjeuer xiays ei i Md the climax or my misfi the editorial three-legged stool pf ia Jimtown .WwkJ V Kiowharri iuld line Coutity Bluaderbuss." a neper wbiished in tte somewhat remote arid certaioly debilitated town of Jim town. . As IgSaia beforeL was not always thOs poor, bad some tolerably .decent ideas son for a better sphere1 in life where ittr parcnthhfUd, he ambition of rrjy maternal and paternal progenitors wM to see me a Doctor, but I had too holy a .horror of I manslaughter to follow itaaf profession. . ' I receiveda. pretty Air Englfah edu cation. eWnertfl tread and write' (strangeasitmay seem when you re member my PK&U?W?V uaireaiioBRn'oi-Bnuiiucuc w nut wha...

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 July 1870

A . i v A HE HERALD ixbvk Th TjIimMi HrraM In published rvcnr "rkly morning at Tijek Dollar per annnm. in it. Bates of A4mtMac-Onc wnare (ten line) for one imwrtiun, flo; eacli SHluiuonai in COLUMBIA, TF.SK.: FKIOAV, JULY 15, 18TO. WALL Advertising will W"TMT!5 t'ASli itt colluc table any Uuie after no wxertion, ' The Kuoxville Conservatives had a meeting recently nd agreed to Mip- liorttrieii for Judicial position irrcs- : lKTtire bf i;ufv. J. JE. Thornburg, n ISadieal, va entlorMil and requested , to run. . '" '. ..; ... ' 1 " " " liro Wtilow 8 brother in tyranny and meanness; Gor. II olden,' of North Carolina, has declared Carmell toim ty, in that Staie, in acinic of insurrec tion. Hi published iiroelaniatioii sets fotirthno rraon for eo doing, no outran Jiavinsr Jeen reported that tlie ullie know of siir. e the death of .StcTen, two months since. , . , The Supreme Court. ; lHlciratcs from all parts of the .State met at Nashville' on last Mon ' da3;4br tlic purpose of selecting s...

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 July 1870

THE HERALD. COLUMBIA, TEXX.: ritlUAV.JLLYIS, I87. TO AVIV AIVI COUNTY. All pnrcly personal card will be inserted I'.ic Hekai.ii a advertisements. XXRB Mehedal. Mad South arrives at Colombia, I Moral Mail -North 4 J 12:30 12 Night Passenger (South " Morning Xcrth -Accommodation leaves " P.M.I iA.M.J 10:15 6: ' arrives at jr. M.J 0:00 J.mTim IlKnAi.D: There appeared in Hie Hkram of Friday last a fall upon us to Itcwiiie candidates for Magistrates in tins district and Corporation. Yon will itlcaso announce our names as can didate, ami uhonl.l the neonlo do IW the honor to elect us, we pledge ourselves to a faithful nWhanro of the duties of tuo ollicc. Very respectfully, A. J. Armstiioxu, Benjamin IIarkinox. Wm. A. JjATTA. JonS i. HolWLET. July lllh, 1S70. Wo aro receiving evr (foods every week. our Hoots and Shoos are the best shoo I land-Made every pair warranted, our Hats are of the best quality and la test stylos. Ail or which will be solo: at lower prices for cash than vou can buy ...

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 July 1870

V itnU MX 1A' rttit'l tjf tot -rat T5Y "JTDXjET'jniETKGTOT?. of William Denton. It was in thcj court bouse at Little Ilrck, Arkan-j ens. in the summer of 1834. The oc-l rewjoft itclf possesse'd fc terrible Inter est. well calculated o fix in the incm orv all its circumstances. A vasl concourse cf spectators lisjassemblct to witw,4Rc ,4rrai))f gptfftgjnnt vcrvHwaufirul girl, on an indictmcn for murder. The Judge waited at tin ' moment for the shcrill to bring in hi prisoner, and the cycs.of the inipaticn iiiuiritu.Y6,ccilrwaU-!hcl the dod for tlic expected advent, when 6tidf- dcnlv a 6lrangcr entered, whose rc- niarkable appearance rivitcd univci- tn wMnMonj Uerc7.is bis Jpbrtfca lone as accurately as a pen can skclef it A fiirurc tall. lean, sinewv an hfi'uUva(S.iyvrTilJ' massiv hoaring, and smooth r.s polished ma: bit', intersected by a large blue vci forked like the tongue of a serpen WUiMfeh lyelJStny-rcFtTObHji? ll-- U1U It 111 aWtrfrilttoV'tlie .aiiij-Kii'JteitotiftiMfc binTnln...

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