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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 3 December 1869

5 -. r i r . .. . v ; POETET. BETROTHAL. t . . T CAM. smcxK. vos oae attar of such enchanted light-. A made m fairer daytime in the aky, Wbem on tbe willow-bank w eat that nirfit. -Myold-tiiakrradll , 77, .s T f, A vrhfl we taJked o low and tenderly, . We fen the listening trees above u less ; And fonder far the alienee seemed to me ThatieUatlaat between. . Her heart lay totting om ita qntet thoughts. Llie water lilies on a tranaall lake ; And Love wtthia, unknown became besought , Jy dreaming naif awake. Ah. Lore b llfrhteet aleeper erer known t A whiaper, and he etaned plain to Tie w ; Old ae the heavens eeemed our story grown, While yet the noon waa new. And when she spoke her answer seemed the while Sweeter for sweetness of the lips that told, - Betting a precieaa word within a smile i . A diamond tinged with gold. .... Then bloomed larva the perfect century-flower. Then filled the cap and overran tbe brim; And all the stars processional, that hour. Chanted a bridal-hymn. Ah, Ti...

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. — 3 December 1869

THE HERALD. TMwC-TfcerelaeaMa Herc 1" 18 Parted every Sat unlay morning, at 1 E&XE DOLLARS per annum, in advance. Bt of AsvertMaav One Square (ten lines) crone Insertion 1160; each additional inser- lon vi cents. Ira . 2m 3m 6m 1JT 15 00 20 00 moo 60 00 75 00 1 Square, 2 Square, t Squares, -Fourth Col. Half Column 4 00 00 800 15 00 20 00 6 00 800 12 00 20 00 25 00 800 10 00 15 00 25 00 85 00 10 00 15 00 25 00 as oo tti OS One Column 80 00 40 00 SO 00 8000 14000 Advert wements in rinnhle eolnmp. charged vj n . - - - - - V Bpecial Notices will be charged twenty J-i1 a Une each Insertion. twrwlx Obituary Notices, TriWte so IJfP .tc, will be charged the snie as ad erti- mAwtTT,ATi-FrV announcing Candi da tor County offind 'heliTslatuie t torr tsrior Municipal and civil obtrict ofR g'-U in advance. COLUMBIA, TENN.: rninAT, December s, iseo. tt i jn.rii.iini -ttl lw "onsidercd .urr iii.l, nv lime after the flnt insertion. The Cuban ladies have sent 525,000 worth of jewels to the Unite...

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. — 3 December 1869

J. T A'? 'J . ) ft t n.; "ii i ; THE HERALD. 1 "FRIDAY, DGCCnttER 3,JI60. -. 1 1,, : I - .- i..-jit x. o. r. m ..-it The Stated council fire "of Cmctimcsi an Hauled at Odd Fellow's Hall, erery Friday evening, one aour alter sunset. r - -,- . mos. i. FICEENSi S. JAS.L,GUE.ST,CiB. i Mr. R. P.1 Ledbetter, across tbe river at tho old toll-gate, bu a numbei of fine . Berkshire hoga, which he is willing to divide with bus fellow-citizcua, an he is . anxious that this cxcellenl breed of hogs shall be all over the county. His hogs are pure Berkshire, and can be had much cheaper than from abroad. y . t J. !.'" Williams, aot content with . having fine ; imported Uccp, blooded jacka nd jennet s,-et a, tc., is deternrin . ed also to have every thing elso on his ' place of pore Dlood, and has aent to Can . ada, for some.pf Colexax's celebrated Berkshirea. '-Mr. W: ia am' enterprising man, and the best of it Is, his enterprise . is calculated to benefit bit neighbors as - well as himself. .... . ...

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. — 3 December 1869

r n i like t nick natal dreama, Yarini an shapes, and mixee all extreme. ..... ...... Fkaxco. Ih a convalescent stale, titer a serious Ulnesi that had rendered me wholljincn paoie or mental sxertion. I sat in mx-trm chair by the fire, while on the near me lay a volume of Eugene isue A Wan- aennr jew: ana another coniaininjr Tortion of the history- of the renowned rantafimeL I had been dreamily turn tag OTer the leaves of both, and had been much fmnransed Tot a chanter in the one last named, that described how Alcofribas (as Kabelais called himself) ascended the giant s outstretched tongue, and thus en term? his month, discovered therein a new world, the inhabitants of which had the vaguest notions of everything that passed beyond their own sphere. " Is not every one in London," I asked myself, "much in the condition of the man who planted cabbages within the pre cincts of Pantagrael's jaws, and only had 11 ft. 1 a 11 . me rainiest anowieagc vau mere was another world illumined .by 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. — 17 December 1869

r i' 1 POFfllT. YOUTHS' DEPACTznzrr """" OJTTnS OTjXXR BIDE. " " " ' ' : ;-Lv: 'J'-'-::!'.'!:. -r.r . . - ,-C00-ff52LtSf. r. . r u i V 1 d V. - ..it ii in --rc- - i .1 i i g , rm . . .1 W go ow ways la life too anch alone ; Wo bote areelres too ft free, all oar Mad; Too oftea we are deaf to alga and moaa ; Too ofloa ta taa week aad helpless blind , Too oftea, where Biatrial and want abide, We tan aa4 pea apoa taa otaer aide. Tba otkar aUa la troddea i Bt lootttmnt nasslas Idlv aU taa Aa Where bo the braised oaea who ftuat and awarn la seldom man thaa aa eatroddea wT, Our eelash hearts ara for oar feat tha guide ; They leed as aU span the other side. It sboald be oat tha on aad wtaa to pour Into taa breeding woeada of atrickea onet ; la emfe-aa Ra ami tats aaaLal k .L. Aad bsar them whara tha stress of 'blessing Instead, we look aboat, the way U wide, ad to wa pan by oa the other aide. friends and brothers, g tiding dowa tbe"yaari, Hsmaauy ia celling each aadall In tender eecaarta, b...

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 December 1869

f . - t , T THE' HERALD. TIXKWTaMCtJaaMaHere JM to puUlshed Terr (Saturday morning, ml 1 UaXEDoLLA-BS peradiiiam, tn advance. ltaUs f ASTurtint. One Square (ten lines) rone Insertion f 150; each additional loser- jon vs cenis. - - - lm 2m jtm 6 in lyr 1 Square. " 4 CO Soi 8 00 10 00115 00 2 Squares. 6 00 8 00 10 00 15 00 30 00 .Square,' 8 00 12 00 15 00 00 8000 Fourth CoL 15 00 20 00 25 00 S5 00 60 00 Half Column 2000 25 00 S3 00 4000 75 00 One Column 30 00 40 00 60 80 80 00 MOW Advertisements in double column, charged aV Kneetal Notices will be charged twenty iit a line each Insertion. , r. rT Obltuarv Notices. Tribute, of Respecta, lc.. wUl be charged the same a adverttoe- mirjWDATE-ForannouBclnj candl- dates for County oiaces bjiu 5;or Congress 88; for Municipal and civil COLUMBIA, TEH N. : FBIDAY, DECEADEtt ir,18, if t amrtiKlnff win he considered fAH and collectable any lima after the first insertion. . - W rr arret to see tii ' indifference with "which the Convention Is regard...

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 December 1869

T1.3 YAGUDH'V J . - - nlaannlaISLrww!s?jill a - . . .;.... .' . . ; a v.,j.....r - - - a - TOWS AND COUMTV. PiRM,... ' i - The' Blaied J LTum K. , L, 0. E.X. Af Columbia, Tenn, re kindled at Odd Fellow's Hall, every Friday Evening, one Lonr after sunset- . ,- '- iS - i THOS.' J. PICKENSi S. JAS. L. GUEST, C. of R. (teeTliat ! Your ticket has ea it, "For Conven- ':tiori v " TcU Tvur JHpers "' That to-morrow fa election day, v BMtrf -'..', That you are compelled to vote at your Mnn.iTii district to-morrow -in saa TM ' I Tvrr quiet under the police jorU- -, - diction of W. C Porter. . , , , .... The CryrUm . Ia making a macadamized road in the alley westoftho Episcopal church, and threading rock on the square. ' ... -'I Ytvm 'Akl . Will not, leave Ashwood, as has been - reported. ; He ' will ' continue to lceep a capital country store at that place. . .. . i i ... i ,i n- - lawww MI Htekaaa !. ' Have been attached to the Fifth Chan cery District of Tennessee, by an act of the Legislatu...

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 December 1869

2 frt cf Oaptrttller of tte Cur Aooordbigr to the report of the Comp troller ot the Currency, nine National Banks hare been organized within the year, of which eight are new associations, and one a conversion from a State bank, making the total number organized up to October, 1869, sixteen hundred and ninety four. The number in active operation is sixtAen hundred and twenty. 1 The total amount of notes of all denom inations outstanding on the 30th of Sep tember, 1889, was $299,789,895.45. The amount of United States bonds held by the Treasurer of the United States to se cure the redemption of the circulating notes of National Banks on the 30th dar of September, 1869, was $342,475,100. O'f $ 17,500 of notes prepared in the usual man ner for issue for National Banks which were purloined previous to the annual re port of 1867, only $1,400 of the same have been recovered. Of these $4,500 were in fifty and one hundred dollar notes of the National City Bank of Lynn, Massachu setts, and $1...

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 December 1869

Selected . Hircellmy. .mBOSOW.--.j:- Wtras Mm art aatrowral aa4 earas aroead Cmrd faat anoa tfc Dm of kapptor Say. ; Whaatboa balMrr'at aa artcMeat tkiaga can tend The aaddeat echo to Um nraat lay A mea of old vara M with angal food. Go, aeak th laaMdj la dotac good. . Whan thoa to thea U daaraat ahaD. Wv dtad, . And each freak day grow weary to talaa a jaa I Whea avery kopa that othan bafid apoa Cornea to U17 aanaea with a aad sarpriae Take ap tha bardaa of anotbor'i grief; Lean from anether'a pala thy woe'i reUat Mcmroar, belie that aarrow aay be hrfbad With tribute froai the kaart, aor aisaa. aar taara. Bat noMer Mcrl&ce of halpiof handa. Of cheering antlee, of T o pathetic aara. Oft hare tha aaddeet word the aweeter (train ; la angol'i music let thy aoal complain. Than Grief ahall ataad with hatf-averted foot If dob the threshold of a blighter day And Hope ahall talro her eweetly by the band. And both kneel eewa with Faith To BMekly P7 Ufted from earth. Peace ahall inmortall...

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 December 1869

' "t it---fi? iT ' I THE - XT T? T ' A"T -TV The llftMat- UXi J.t JTlL J-H e 7TKMS. TV "Mm "era 4" in nuMraned every Saturday morning, at HBjtKlOA.&AJta per annum, in advance.. " " ' Bate r Asmthraa. One rVfuare (ten fthe) or one Inflection slat); each SMadiUoonit teaerv lea 76 cent. : ... . t -; lm. 2m Sin . 6m .r lyr IKauare, - . 40 04ftH OOOiloeO 16 00 SSuuerei,- 6 00 fi 00 10 00 J 00 30 00 sSJulTr $00 MOO 15 00 25 00 5000 FoarthOol.3 15 00 2S 00 8a 08 00 Half Column 2400 00 85 60 4000 7 ( One Column SOW 4000 60 06 MMlMt Advertisements In doable column, charged 25rrenUlnsvanceofebovertes.-" ' avv- Special Not ices will bo charged twenty aw Obituary Notices, Tributes of Respects. etc,, will be cnargett ine same as umuo- Riot! tH. ' ' '' ' J "J ""' - Candidates For announcing ; canuV i for Congress fS: for Municipal and civil district officer. o-ll In advance. -- o COLUMBIA TENN. f 'r' F RID A Y.DECEmilKn '94, 18V. aw-ALL Advertising will be considered CASH and collectable any ...

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 December 1869

"7 lVjl-'tJ4'IU"K It' 4t WJ'.'.' U'!WJ?.'.!b i .r 7 COLUMBIA. TENS TOWN AND COXJICTY. if 1 Mi.' t --."IW.' '-.f- J i 0 JL ll'- a : v -1 7-- -: .-t The'SEifcd- ceasV fire f Cbiciavawia Tur;4, I. O. R. If. of Colombia, : Tentu, are ktndlea at Odd. Fellow! Hall, erery fVMay Evadac oa hour after eooaet. -w TH08. J. PICKENS 6. JAS.L. QUEST, C. of B. v." . i f VK, iiMmt'H:isDoc'1 1869-4 'Yir.'l- H Week."., In -obedience to a good old Southern euatotn, -oar attached will take holiday next-week, and no Hkbald will be pub- 11hftdf-: - ."" ' - j - i ' Waive ExaatoUo.'. ; ..,.".. --George Grant, charged with the mar' der of Kick Holt, ww brought before Sqair XVoodlast Friday forpreUmfhfcry trial B. . Pond appeared for proaeca Hod, and Fleming, Thompson and Bul lock for defendant, who waired exami nation! and waa committed to Jail, With out privilege of baiL-Y -:s ... C-Y-YrSarrlerVi Aliriii. r , ' -X Do "hot 'forget that our Carrier will be aronnaM 'tho morning with his Christ mas address, , H...

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 December 1869

fa tt Im la Cm ElMtelprl. f aTT afABTBA X. TJaOafAB. C&iistmas monin diwnd cold but dear. The childrea pUjed in the house ' all the morniBff. -Aiter the great dinner of turkey, Teuton, and pie, John and Hattie, and Charlie Bandera, boy of John's age, went out npon the rirer, sliding at first near the shore, tut gradually getting far ther and farther out They were recalled to the house bythe word that Mr. Sanders ras going to fire the cannon. "O yea," said Charlie, "Capt Hart, who commands the steamboat Hunter, care father soch a large cannon, and he said he should fire it to-day." They hastened to the front of the house, where the whole family had assembled around the cannon, which Mr. Lape was loading. The girls shodderingly remored to a distance when they saw the match about to be applied, and put their fingers in their ears, but the boys crowded closer. After four shots, the women ran inside, and Mr. Bander said, " We hare only me rood chafre of nowder left: we will keep that...

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. — 7 January 1870

V ' ...Mst-f-mv-iXt-. i ?-. t. ,) ". -.-Vy---.IV .1 " ' J. -if? if r V I r I t V F0ET3T. SAYJSAZ DATS AT1Z2 f CESU1. " lasting of Ohm) anas to wi aad past, . ne taraey, im wmamt; , m turn, Aad piss, and confections, art Ht at last, . Bj taa chiidrw whs shovelled taeat in s ast ; And assay child ha stayed awake At night with a eertaia tasaillar ache, ' Which foUowi oa aatinf an taa aaonga Of padding aad turkey, and all taca stat. ' That famy old hambar, atrtas Untie, Whom the hoys and glrie krre so wl, . H had the sense to go aa eleev out, Aad ne'e ap tba chimney or hp tha spont ; ad tha hoys aad girls ara serum to const Aad trying to taekoa tha whole aasoant Of the Jolly eld lot . Of the presents they get. And we'U kelp to reckon them ap m the ipot, ttetele and Baste and Maria declare That their elegant dolla hare lost therr hair, Aad atsrked their races, and braised their eyes. And suffered other aushsps on this wise: . Jimmy's ham hat lost hia tall, woolly dot, so cartr and frail....

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. — 7 January 1870

rptTT ' TT T7 T A T "T ) A XliJi XX JCj IX A -aU U ! v : t ! . fEa3WtoVr ttM rv. . it ! I Bate r A4vcrtMM.-Onflqtwr (ton lino) sir ona Insertion 1056; Mch additional insar ton. Toma.- -. - - COLCMBIA, TEXN.: FBI-BAY. JAa.tRV T, 1T. WALL Aarerttelnf will be nsklered CASH and coUaetable my "M ""'" . ,n firat uuartioB. " Tke BiTldton Coantr Election. Wa notica Uiat our popular young . A-lnd, MbJ. Albert Akern of Nodtiville, ii a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Davidson County. ' : MrJ. Akers was for a number of yean, before and s!nce the war, deputy clerk in the same office, and under stands the dutlea thereof thoroughly ; besides he made a gallant soldier in the late -war, and was terribly wounded at the battle of Shiloli, while leading hi command. We hope he will be elected to fill the oflioe. - The CoDTfntlon. The approaching State Convention will soon command all the attention of the reading public, and everything elte will become of mere insignificance. The results of the Con...

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. — 7 January 1870

- v. - s -V; 1 'i ? 4. il THE HERALD. Friday jA.fiiaT r. TOWW APfJJ COUNTY. la'o'i R.M. Tht Stated council firs of CHiciiaiaTO a , TwuSo.4,L0.B. M. of Columbia, Teen er IUM at Odd FtHow' Ball, every Friday , . , Evening, one hour after eaoset. - TH0S. J. PICKENS -JA8.U9UEST.C-cf B. .. 1 Regular meeting o ocha Lodge, No. A. F. ana M-i n naaw mgut. , ' Th next aeeslon of Prof. Doiwox'b school Jrtll begin ou Monday, 31st Inst. . Cot. Xixos," of the new 43th Teaueaaoe I Ragtmeat, ia In town. i jUcT urea, a joung loosung nauicai, cum to Columbia yesterday. mm. " 1 V. n. JI..1 larUtaaa lat Bis; Till. We learn that Blgbyrille got on a big epree last Christmas day, and spent the remainder of the week in dancing. Barftlarr Bear Creek. Two thieves broke open Maj. T. A. Leftwich's smoko house last Thursday night, and stole 8 middlings of meat therefrom. Tracks of two horse) were seen ia the mud next ntorniag, and salt spilt alng the road leading from Bear Creek to town. Mew-Fly! . That popular...

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. — 7 January 1870

,4- V Z3 TTITFS J Ji BT TJJ ATJTHOK OF " P1CTTM8 UT TTOOU1 "Hhistuch, ran and see if they are resa to change guard, and whether miner -wui soon be hone to sapper; tbe porridge is ready, and he poor man needs fettening sorely, for what with standing upright all day like a stick watching on the ramnarts, and dodging behind a corner of a tower when those base Hohen staufeners make a target of his honest lace, he seeds good oatmeal to keep his courage op. If s ill fighting on an empty stomach, and one needs eat and sleep. " whaterer happens." "O, mother!-cried a little child from her stool by the fire, "when will the wicked soldiers go away? I do so want to run out into the fields again, and gather the flowers, and see our poor cow. It would be so nice to have some beautiful rich milk again ; I don't like porridge without any milk in it, and the poor dear cow must be so sad and lonely without her seeing us; she must long for some salt as much as I long for the cream, mother ; and I want...

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. — 14 January 1870

F0ET3Y. IaiJad wi'Ji flowers. la fact I t..-l:tl beautiful, as the contents are ( " ioca Olive Tharne, tn Our Boyt anf . - i IKK WIFE S BECAUSE. W ADAXAIDS nOCTOB. . , It la not beeaase roar hsart k nine suae only Mine ftlom ; It li Mt Wnm yoa ekoM m, WMk and kly, or yoar awn; Hot hacansa the aarta la fairer, and the skies - 8 picad shorn yon Afa aton rmtiant far the akiniBC of yov ans. That I lors job I , It Is not becaaaa the world1! parplexea neanin Grows more claar. And tba parapets of Hearea, with nvck leaning, Seem aaora near; And natora sings of praiaa wU all aar votees Since Towrn spoke, -Since with my silent heart thafnow rejoices love awoke. : Kay, not even because roar kand hold heart and life . . . , At yonr win, -Soothing, hoatunir all Ha discord, nuking strifi Calm and still; -Taaehinr, traat to Cold her wtaja, nor erer roanf - - from her nest; Teaching km that her secarest, safest home . . JaustbaKeai. Bat heeansa this hnmaa lore, thoaeh Irroe and - tout ana mine Ess ...

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. — 14 January 1870

THE vHE R A L D . TERMH. The M ColaaMa Her t" 1 published very Satnrday morning, atl bkkx Doujlxs per annum. In advance. Et f AevertMnev-On Square (ten lines) or one Insertion 1130; .each additional Inser lon 75 cent. : COLUMBIA, TENN.: FKIDAY. JAMARY 11. 1870. STALL Advertising will be considered CASH and collectable any time after the first Insertion Rome, the Eternal City, is said to present an unusually gay appearance this winter. The Sunday scenes in the Forum and the costumes worn by the belles during the council, the epectas lar effects produced in the streets by the cardinals, citizens and soldiers on their way to Pontifical High Mas, the Swiss guards and the church ushers at St Peter's, and all of the cosmopolitan throng now gathered there, have the effect of enli renins matters. The For eign Prelates prelates present, the Car dinala at the Reserved chapel, the nov elty of a bishop from Africa, the Gre gorian Church, the "pomp and circum- stance,Kto be seen, make Rome a de ...

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. — 14 January 1870

S THEi HERALD- COLUMBIA,. TEXJT. t t J BMBBaaSaaO " " " '". FRIDAY JAIACT 14, 1870. town a.w ooxricnr. ' I'o. r.m. '4 :yr4HOc - The Stated council fires of Cnict aiiaboa m o. , l u. B. M of Columbia, Tentu, re kindled at Odd Feiiow'o Hall, every Friday Evening, on boar after sunset. -- - ... - THOS. J. HCKESSi S. JA8. L. fUEST, C. of R , , ,. Declares a DlTMoaeL The Bank of Columbia, has declared ft eml-annual dividend of 6 per cent. The Bear Creek people will give ano- iner exhibition at Mt. Olivet next Tues day night, the 18th Inat. Dr.. J ax IL Wilkes has removed to Bigbyville, where he expects to practice his profession. - . XsiriBa-tkClirisSMa Mr. Cox and Jim James cot into a difficulty, nd the latter bit a big slice out of the former's ear, at Hurricane. - - The Hmmw Remained with us more than a week on the north side of hills and houses. according to the old superstition 'wait ing for more,' a very junusual thing In these pans. ' : Our Representative Mr. Wilhos, intro duced 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. — 14 January 1870

-"V AX ABTIST'S ROBT. CaaffidlT, now, it is not "many yean n ohMVence to what I Celt to be strong Impulse, I determined to select art ' m a profession, and to render the decided biaa of mj inclination an honorable means of livelihood. Seated one day in my studio, engaged in ratting the finishing touches to a small andacape, of which a summer trip into Shropshire had furnished me with a pre liminary sketch, I was wondering when the lore for the profession I had chosen, and the time ana labor bestowed upon it, would begin to bring back some substan tial return in the form of patronage and mmmimtons. when I was startled from my Tevery by a hasty tap at my door, and a cheery voice asking "Are von at home. O. all right P It was a fellow-artist and particular chum of my own. who. entering Terr un ceremoniously, and somewhat out of breath, plumped himself into the only va , cant chair, and at once proceeded with "1 ve Drougnt you good news, my dot i I'm going to make your fortune I" Being ...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
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