Courant American News, November 7, 1889

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
November 7, 1889, page 5
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“Home Brevities.”

His countenance beams with more than the usual brightness, even; his step is more elastic, his grip more fervent. Genial Sanford Vandivere is the proprietor of a brand new boy, and who is it that cannot excuse those buoyant feelings?


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Many sad changes have entered my once happy life since last I visited these columns. I have had to say farewell to a dear, dear brother, who died in a distant land, and kiss, for the last time, the marble cheek of a loving, devoted father and see his cherished body consigned to the tomb. My heart has been crushed and broken at the just hand of an all wise Providence, and the world has at once become dark and dreary. [Column is signed “Slim Jim” who was identified as Miss Minnie Lee Arnold on page 1, November 7, 1889, in article, “The Superb Seventeenth.”]


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