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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 29 October 1869

EVENTNQ SHADOWS. BrnaxT tbe day t don ! 'its set of sea. Inc fall tha shadows from the snowy bills : 2iet yet waked the sleepy ntUa nils: Rat softer air Floats everywhere 1 JUtkoaxb the day is Com. An yea I the day ta dons! Ait OB by OH T gnoeta of etarllght flit serosa th sky ; la toon, the Sra-elves on Um carpet Us, Tired of play. The Children say, . Becaaaa the day ia dose. Wo know tha day to done 1 Oar feet have ian VBresttnr; la tba path that Dety mads. Treading cm taoraa, of dangers mot afraid. And rest Is eweet ' Tboagh nipht-honn teat,' ad day again comes on. . , The day of life to dona I Aad act the ran I . Krea dim to btreat stents that earth tan low Kara hoellea. thoasa. ntraseinc maslc low, ' And marble brow Unwrinaiqd now; ' Indeed tba day to dona I Bat It tha day yet done ? And feet the son ? m , When seae of amber lirbt traaefaae tha alrj . And Parr'jiMl Sowers bloom everywhere O er parole hills Tbe sanrise thrills, n '&brM,. ONLY, TEE CLOTHE3 WORK TEAT SEE 1 - . ...

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. — 29 October 1869

ERA LD. "ColaaiMa Hw Is published ery Saturday morning, at 'i nsx ISO! pgr lannm, in MTiaee. Batea of a Tev1 M m On 6 Bo I Square (ten lines) additional Inter or one lnerUoatlfiO; each ion 7 cents. im Sm 8m 6m lyr I Square, Sftquarea, KSquar, Fourth CoL Half Column 4 00 TOO 8 00 10 00 15 00 00 8 08 10 00 15 00 2000 800 1200 15 00 So 00 80 00 15 00 3000 2500 8500 6000 20 00 2500 8500 4000 75 00 8000 4000 60 00 8000 14000 One Column Advertisements In double column, charged 25 rer cent, in advance of above rate. v Special Notices will be charged twenty ,nt a line each insertion. mr Obituary Notices, Tributes of Respects, etc. will be charged the same as advertise ments. .. rivmniTH For announcing; canar dates for County offices and the Ifgislatoe S; for Congress 88; for Municipal and civil district onuses, so-au in COLUMBIA, TENS" . . nrnitKR 49. IN 09. Bna.m.a. " , r Advertising will be considered CaTh Secubifny time after the fl rutjnseruon. Dflcjate from Wiine. As the election of 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. — 29 October 1869

I THE HERALD. COLUMBIA, TEXN.: . FRIDAY OCTODEB , I8. TOWN AND COUNTY. 1. O.R.M. J The Stated council fires of Chiciamauca Tiiii 4, I. O. R. N. of Colombia. Tenn, sre kindled at Odd Fellow's Hall, every Friday Lveolng, one nour arter snnsei. JOHN A. ENGLE, 8. JAS.L. GUEST, C. of R. TBATELEK1 GLIDE. TRAINS SOUTH. f Arrive at Colombia. No. S Passenger and Express. 730 a. . No. 1 Freight. 10:00 a. No. 5 Accommodation, s.00 r. . No. 7 Passenger, 10.S5 r. K. Train No. 8 will stop only at Athens, Pulaski, Colambia and Franklin. . Through tickets are sold at this office to all Ctiea East and South. TRAINS NORTH. No. 8 Passenger leaves Columbia, I.lS a. No. 6 Accommodation, - 44 lt N.. 4 PMwnnr & Ex - " v p 1.00 P. at. o.JFmght, gILA8 p. ggJCS. Agent. AKBITAL A WEPAMXatE OF MAIL. NashvilUv-srriee 7 JO; depart 4 20. Waynesborctwioe a week, arrive JJ edncs day and Saturday, 4 p. m.; depart Thursday and Monday, a. m. . . Perryville-twice a week, arrive Monday and Thursday 4 p. m.; depart T...

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. — 29 October 1869

T YEBT ODD B3CLE. I hd once w oncie who waaaUowed to U i grut odcity in Sliropaliire, whks s saying K,Kl - V " 1 heard from the elders of my family, he cot on like other people in bis early days i-the most accurate said up to the begin siac of his twenty-sixth year when, after haying hn duly articled to the moat eminent solicitor in oar county town ret Jog through his seven years without mischiTice, pawing his examination re pectaMy and obtaining is certificate-he entered into partnership with MffJ Gammon and Gosling, the heirs and sac oeesors of bis master in tto'1 Sought by all Shrewsbury to be a most pronfuiingynrn. I britaw the7d tmreiher for about six months; the SuSiof Sharp Smootny was STatorm that shipwrecked them, and thenmyuncle's oddity was somehow de wdorjeA It proved to be of an nrcom mon'kmd : there was nothing peculiar in his dress, manners, or conversation; be had always been of a quiet, sensible turn, and so he continued to be ; but bis heart and miod, and money too...

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. — 5 November 1869

.1 ft , z. !t.ie ci'rT XILKLSOTIMS. Was KhadowaVmfftben on the ptaia T And taaseeeaeaoartet In tfje ana ; j.l $ A4 Matetalmr! ''"'VT ' Wbea bMi are tangled te We trees ' That ewarhaag the river's bank; - And hi at 4 take thear a , j And ahlieng patts go "cane: and dank : ., , That's nllriiig4h , . . , , When paw and Fido ltnrer roand- ' . . , AndraalwiaeMthedalry-aMida; When ctacmayawliaae akin the rrond. - ' Andante iwnaialai ad, raids; - " 1 When ror jtrbl 1 ditty stnjr. .- , .. i And squirrels hide to leaf; borne ; And crosswise Jets go ping and pinf r ajaapausare heapea with cream loea: I That's aUkiiig -Uae. ' When Htfla enea sre tired with pibvr. And ta the corners Mink and nod ; Whea katydids are load aad ray, . And watted coma the chilly end ; ' Whea aura aw few and faiatlj flaw. " And waking trsSies gather feat, . -. like eMAsslBahea of go" t4le lor hornet the bear to pa I 1 ;. a "mAN AUTUMN LEAF. - l.VAM J at eaoaas The road wlada past the waisdid hill ; Tha aalet farm ho ...

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. — 5 November 1869

. i tit .i rx ol i THE HERALD. ftC-TWCrfM"" lU published .SSintay onilnc tl sTxAotiABS f AdrrtMcOn Square tfe Unas) oroM iBMrttoatUO; each additional Inflex ion 7S cent. - i lm am Too" 00 12 00 30 00 35 00 tm - Cm 1JT 1 Hquare, 2 Squares, Squares, Fourth Col. Half ColUBl T5B1 oo 00 16 00 Too 10 00 15 00 25 00 85 00 60 00 10 00 15 00 25 00 85 00 40 00 0 00 15 W 20(0 SO 00 00 to 75 00 SO 00 sees One Column 40 00 1K Advertisements la double column, charged 25 per cent, in ad ranee of a Dove raiea. jt Bpectol Notices will be charged twenty JT t-i ame adverttae- ments. . caiuiii miuH. (tawdhatm - . ZSWSSSm "joTMuniclpinSd civil ditrfct offloea, S5- J in advance. COLUMBIA, VT EN .: FBIDAT, IIOTEMBEB C IS. -ATT. Advertising m exildered riaa onllortable hit time after tne tin insertion. ' " The citizens of Maury County are requested to meet at the Court House, ; to-morrow evening, , to 'protest-against-the- restrictive Cooper amendment to the Conr vsntion Bill.7 Remember, Satur day evening,...

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. — 5 November 1869

Is. The 8Utd wwril iire CBKsaXaras Tun Ho. 4. 1.O.R; If. AlamkU. Tens as. HadSedrat ffcttTeVoV Ha,fV7tf V TRAINS SOUTH. (Xm'r st CorombU.J j" 5o. 8 Accomodation, j,6 J; ttaittrTK'i 'ato oaiy'st AlheM,Puki: ''iie. to Cum East and Sooth. . . --- -a. . TBHX3.K0RTH. .'. - ILiPiMMr leaves CelmbU,'llS 'iTft & KTiU.-TrlV T ; dsjart 0y . f W i uiiWh twics a srsfe., srrive Wed ja ess 8staUy.i vgeptiVtiHKM PattrvUlsH-twiee a w.-irlIou2urin4 Tbaredar 4 v. a.: 4mrt Ti4it ni Fri- CBtreTUW-wrtTTii4ar(ll.'itt4 de part rmtjvu ta, -- v-- - :tj.; .: JAMES P. BAIRD. ,. ,A the Athensenm, Saturday nlglit - , t Our faitbful and lynx-eyed policemen UU m Uukt there lure been bat two r wU during the past two treeka. - Lamb A Boyd have removed their Fnr- 4tcw6tra to TUoojab'a new jMUidin. Hew , James West ia having a, new frevt pat to the nooM lately occupied bj iMmo a Boyd, and will nae It for hia i j i. Telegraph Tucker Invltea' all ilia rtoada n-ooatkt wastry ,Ui Utch iheif bonea ia bto frea hitch-yar...

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. — 5 November 1869

Up la a Calloos. On the occasion of Prof. La Mountain's recent balloon ascension from Bay City, he met with a terrible adventure, and very narrowly escaped death, The balloon was filled before starting to its utmost tension, bat, owing to recent repairs, leaked badly, so that after one o? two unsuccessful attempts Mr. Headley, who was to hare accompanied Mr. La Mountain, was obliged to get out of the car. Mr. IL had the eatables, in struments of observation, and tissue paper used to ascertain the ascending and de scending force of the balloon, and as be stepped out of the car, before be co transfer the articles, those who had hold of the car let go, and the balloon shot up with a rapidity that carried it to an altitude of two miles within a few minutes. A per fect gale of wind was blowing at the tune, and a moment after rain and sleet com menced falling. The balloon was still as i rending when lost to Bight in a cloud. Prof. La Mountain, in relating his experi ence, says that it bec...

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. — 12 November 1869

rciJTirrrzPAi:: t 1 a rcimiY. BASTS FZ23T TOOTH ' O i .VI v. . aa 0m Blue, A VM ad l WON Ion, WtirhWwt ta the taw. The art ear la ta afcy. Bvtakt larw.tl act tbeiri A they For tweeter thai tfce sweetest a - Of birds apoa a tree , , Wu the aiaaic of yor voice, lore, . V.yoaoaataM. . . i T : Btaewttaati Aadbleathel Bat Maet, a1 ,ereyowae;eyea t - -. ,wttotaaataaftaf wOdfcaw Willi .!- ai.. aawW nL " ! , .lint sweeter was Ike SMeoeat, love, ., -!. Woea anr Bps bmC . t - ,. VamwwttacDldaattiallgM OaaalaalaMftoaWaaMj. . - . But wanar ww yaar traa aaart That beat wttAaUne. , ; ' n. .TIalagTn TbeeMfcaiWiiaaWgtt. t Bf? U rrowln dark, too, The loom Mooai aa teaaw, Tbe Mrde bare kvMtMi aonx, . : And-taaauMteaf theetreaaUet , . . Ko tourer awaalpnc. I ' i .1 j t . I- a . Bat sweeter (ban the sweetest eong Of Bird eaoaa tree. . , Is The maafc of year voice, lore, J As yoa speak a sea. , alt beetle aw, ' : ana iv year aana . I fall tart ay heart, toae, With those ferae eyee of tkina. Is there aag...

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. — 12 November 1869

Li . i f., irf irliiiiilalliln 1" fexmblhihed every htnday morning, a x gmBoma "" Deraiunini, In advance. r aa-mUstae. OneSonarc 'ten lines) or one Inanition $150 ; each Additional laser- ton 75 cent. lm 8m .Sm 8m lyr I Ho nam, - 43 .- 004 0 10 00 16 00 Sftq sauna, 0 80 M 00 15 00 20 00 leoomi, S0 12 00 15 0 25 00 80 00 KowrtbOol, 15 0 20 06 25 00 85 00 60 00 Half Commai 2000 X00 5 0G 40 00 75 00 OnaC-olam IB DU 4000 &000 8000 14000 Adve-rtinexnent In double column , chaired 2a JH cent, in advance of aoove iit Mr Riecial Notion will be charged twenty ent a line each insertion. r Obituary Notices, Tributes Us- will be charged the same as edvertlse- "Sr CaJnHAT-ror announcing cnndl. date for County office ana im ""t"".-"?"? Ir rSSt ror Municipal and civil dlstrtot offloea. 05-aU In advance. COLOMBIA, FKIDAT. mTEMBERt. WALL Advertising will be considered CASH and collectable any time after t flna insertion. ' ' The Prerfdentrof the U S. and the i Governor of Tennessee bbve appoint ...

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. — 12 November 1869

,..4.. .--- x ' ' .... ... . ' ' ; -' -' ' '"" " ". . . - TTTT? The State CoiTcatioi. -., . n pimB ikUk I MAmv i i I i : 1 11 - em C d LTJa' BfA, f IT. : I o. . R. M. ..'- , ! TV Elated see ecu tm of Cbiccavicsa Trim ie. , i.o.r. m. wf CUw, ere kWM at Odd Feuew'a BaU, every bwj avwaiag, wi aaar artersonaet. ij - - thos; J. ricxEsi s. JAa.L.CUZgT,C.afB, : !. i 1 1 TOATEXUra nB VSTKAT18 ROUTH.-fArrre at Calanibia. Ko. t Paesecfet mTExptw, WX!' No.1 FtWfU, Me,7 -r . . tfcHembiaandrrenaua. . . , ... TtiMra befcete ara aoU at tbla office toell Ctie East and Sooth. - . - I TRALVS FORTH, i ' Ha. Paaarnger leaves Columbia," 1.18 a. a. swa Asnhedauon. " " w iPumtnrJtEt - " AM a, K.fYtiaW i- 1-00 r. M. . : Z SILAS D. ELVES, Affect WArfne. rriTf 4; dvoart. SO. Waraeabero twice a week, arriv Wednes day aid Saturday, pvaiJ 4epent Thursday wdaiaadayetam.f ' 7-. PrrTTlll twice a week, arrire Mocdar bdo Thnradar 4 . av: depart Taeadar aad Fri- daT.da.ai. - - - Caatrerflle arrireTaesdaT.il St.; de p...

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. — 12 November 1869

a v r re C S3 la iw5i A CffiOTTS-UPJABl ST DJXJL BT BOAT TCUHEK. (W before enchantments had qdite . n - M wot tut nr&mi a h. inUhtumnt into home mission aries, a young prince named Bhocal set out In search of adTenturea,. . . Night came ; be had journeyed fcr, and beganto think the forest had no end, when he saw what seemed a sudden utnmimr annapt. hlazinr through the lost their power, ere yw ub uraguu-m-j-1 training your miso, T- J ft had all vnrnea into manners, worts 7 to diaencaant vrj pr jbs lino into locomotiyea and ewing-machinea, Only try ma," said 1 -xxi IbkUtiuQ swawn ' -w 0 . i..t o t oHmI 'and hastened earer ly toward it ; but found himself repelled by a solid jungle of unknown trees and bushes. It encircled a large enclosure, and was so armed with prickles and spikes and jagged branches as to make the whole a Unng wall of thorns. But from within mm the lifht that roused the birds from T Tnnt tret inside." said RhocaL So he hacked with his sword and dashed with hiM h...

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. — 19 November 1869

u vss ins rzjfus 1 BT.' OrertlieSwtat rsnVwalr BE now i woua srre to ne aatater them ! All that 1 lack la a asere pretenss Icoold teap over the low waita feces. ' ..... . TtaaUaM - Of the rtpwfcff M IWb ha tha tieated Bad AUdewatheraBtBiwWBara tsAed Hw Terr Saw wenthac, Jaat aa the ttmmm t amid. -,,; In CCUl MM Ae rt"WJSd CfOW . eOMCISSCaV - Tale b the way that crlsaee eoanieaee Sia aad Borrow arseerUaleace. 4a en. Over the kaes teas t(us aay salt. Thea I can f la (or It that is aH ; Picking aa apple xrp near the tree Would be reauy a theft, job see. Ob the snroattnf Mmj; Tne imi mpi wu on mill no : And the raccooni aad eoainels hare had their "tty -AOfrcd S. Horsley. COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1869. VOL. XV.-NO. H. Thn Is a BUseheod a weak miens. Of all the fod BanVa WD and cm ; oia aad sorrow are over tte Race. ' CC22T HARVEST. .Herald raes lu4 And the blackbird are Socking fro Sioooe knows Where. ., i r ,. Bat bow his tlsM hM eosse ; terra y To the eelds. lade to-d...

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. — 19 November 1869

THE HERALD. Lruaaa,lB advaiiCB. - BaM T AvtMMu-OtwSqur (ten lines) or oo lmwn lo& IW; Nd additional laser- BOB Ijxx 2m fan 6m lyr 4 00 I fl 00 8 00 10 00 IS 00 600 800 JO 00 15 00 30 00 BOO 11 00 16 00 2500 WOO ISM WOO 25 00 8500 0000 JO to 25 00 85 00 40 00 75 00 I rtquare, . SBquarea, Fourth CoL Half Column On Uoianin 8000140001500018000 MUUU a 4rttMmMit in double column, dunged 2 per cent. In ad ranee of above rate. M- Special Notice will be charged twenty bants a line each insertion. ' "ar Obituary Notice. Tributes of Bwtpecta, tc will bo charged the same as advertise- "irAKBiDATis For announcing eandl far County offices and the Legislature. VZtCoJ tor Munlclpaitnd civil Strict offices, aoall to advance. COLUMBIA, TENS.: FRIDAY HOTEBEB 10, - BVAXXi 'Advertising will be considered CASH and collectable any time after the Bret .Insertion. . . Gen. John E. Wool and Hon. Bobt J. Walker, are dead. . Ben Butler has been arrested for ateallng allverware, ,r : A correepondent in 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. — 19 November 1869

.THE:":ErEKAL!D t C0LUMBlA..TE5N-j-y V; TO WIT AND COtJWTY. The Stated council fires of Chickamicoa TunKo. 4, O. R. M. of Columbia, Tenn., are kindled at Odd Fellow's Hall, every Friday a veauag, use Doareuer sunset. - THOS. J. PICKENSi S. JAS. L. GUEST, C. of R. - . ' TKAYKUaVS CCIDE. TRAINS BOUm-f Afrirc t Columbia. "- " - --- 7MA.U, No. 1 Fr-irfi - ' IMWa.. Kn K J.J--...;. COO r. U. ax T- . 10.25 T. M, Tm sTSwUl "slop oil at Athens, Pulaski, Columbia and Franklin. . ,, Thnmrh tieketa are sold at this office to all Cties East and South. .' i TRAINS NORTH., f No. S Passeiurer " W ve Colombia, 1.18 a. M. No..AeaoBbndatia, . 7J0A.M. W A PimmMT & Ex " - .S4r.n, WtFreifbt. " 1.00P.M. SILAS D. HTNES, Agent ABUUTAX AEFAXTTKB F MAILS. Waahvillarrive T 50: depart 4 20. ' Wavaesboro twice a week, arrive Wednes- day and 8atarday,4 p. m.; depart Thursday and Jtonaay, a. m. PerryviUe twice a week, arrive Monday and Tnarsday p. m.; Oepart laesBsy ana In- dar. a. m. CeatrevilW arrive Tuesday...

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. — 19 November 1869

ETA S3ZX STSUT. We Braat hare ft lemon or two, Sam," the fears; and so, thoofrh I'd Just set down to my pipe and drop of beer, I got up again, andlsava, " Now, I tell you what it is, lass, it's lost two miles to the town, and it snows like fury, so if too can think of any thing else you want, just say so, and 111 get it some time." "Oh! tisnt worth while lo go if it snows he says, " never mind, and 111 make shift without But O t" she cried, all at once, " father's coming to-morrow, andyou're no tobacco." -Well, Td never thought about that, for when I'd had my fingers in the little Jar there seemed enough for me, even if next day was Christmas Day; but with com pany why, there would not be half enough. So that settled it, and I got my stick and hat; when Polly declared I couldnt go out a night like that without something round my neck, so she tied a comforter rotmd twice, close up to my nose and ears. Now, don't be silly, Sam," she says. "Why, wot's sillyl says. Why, your being 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. — 26 November 1869

POETRY. THE CHERBT-WOOD CLOCK, BV CBUKVS) CHAJUCBIAIXi . t Wrra a cherry- woedeasc. And yj round face. Standing- just (a the niche la tht wall, Ticking-aU night and Ul, .',. . In the steadiest way, , , , b an oM-iashJoned clck in the halL There's spot on the face, ' And there's many a trace Of a scratch and a scar on the wood ; And the band made of brass. With an odd shadow pass ' O'er a diai that ages have stood. Yet the old clock la ticking, - The second hand picking Its way ronad to 60 so sure ; ; And it strikes with a ring, Uk an animate thing, AS taw while looking old and demure i Ah! that cherry-wood dock, , -Htandinjr Arm as a rock, . - j -looking down on the folks of to-day, . . Could tell tales of Its own, In its own solemn tone, , . Of -the past in its old-fahioicd wsj ". t . . - It has ticked slow and strong, la Us monotone son;. War i at house was all qatet and still; It has okeo so loud, AIumnm. ioyow sad proud. When the bU4 wilhoui whistled so shrill. . It has ticked w...

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. — 26 November 1869

1 ' -;v"V--f ..1, ft j --. , rxl y p.. .VLK every Bararday morning, at'i am DoHiAHH per annum, la-Advance. ? bin r Aamlfcrsc. One Square (ten lines) ton 75 cent. - - . v . , im 2m 3m 6m lyr i Square, L " Oo 6 00 8 00 10 00 15 00 JSquares, 600 800 10 00 15 00 20 00 8 Square 8 00 12 00 15 00 25 00 80 00 FonrlhCol. 15 00 20 00 25 00 a? 00 60 00 HalT Column 20 00 25 00 85 00 40 00 7n 00 One Column 30 00 40 00 50 00 8000 14000 Advertienienti in double column, charged 1C (narfvaniwnlirtfkWnHL ' mar BpeebU N oi ices will be charged twenty ientsaltneeach lntiertlon. awr Obltnary Notices, Tribute of Respects, He, will be charged the rune as adverUse- mm- Cakiidat For announcing candi dates for County offices and the Legislature, f.r for Congress Vi; for Municipal, and civil district offices, t5-aU in advance. COLUMBIA, TENN.: FRIDAY. HOYEJIBEH 36, lMft. rax T T A TfAlotnff will Tw s-f! rNidefed CASH and collectable any time after the first Insertion. The Nashville Banner ia fretful over 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. — 26 November 1869

t ; It i r- THE HERALD. Tv" -.COLUMBIA. TEJfK.t " v. FXUDAY, XOTEMItEB 9, IMI TOWN AKD COUNTY. I, CRM. The Stated council fires of Chichmicoa Tbibi No. 4, 1. 0. R. II. of Columbia, Tenn re kindled at Odd Fellow' Hall, every Friday - Evening, one hour after sunset. n THOS. J. PICKESSi S. JAS. L. GUEST, C. of R. TkMki. W m nliuxHl under obligations to Mr. Frank Atdelott for some splen' did New York Pippin, of which 100 fills a barrel. Chaart. By reference to their advertisements it will be seen that mcbpht x att weix have dissolved the co-partnership hitherto existing between them, and each now has a separate establishment. Mr. Attwell is in Mates A Dodsow's new building, Just above their stable, and it is certainly an elegant establish ment. Capt. A. is not only a superior mechanic, but a thorough gentleman and a man of good business qualities. Although he has been in our midst only a few years, be has made many friends, and is very popular. Mr. Mcbpht, the other partner, re mains at...

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. — 26 November 1869

. PATENTS. . I Tin following are the remark of lion. B. 8. Firfjor, Commissioner of Patents, reale recently at the fair of the American Institute, in New York, upon the patent system: it has occurred v me, that, standing here to niplit as the official repreeentatiye of this system, it W3uld not be inappro priate for me to say a few words in its be half. In the first puce no comparison can properly be made between our system and that of other countries. In England and on the Continent all applications are patented without examination into the novelty of the inventions claimed. In - some instances the instrument is scanned to ascertain if it covers a patentable sub-Icct-matter, and, in Prussia, some slight examination is made into the ctiaracter of the new idea ; but in no case are such ap pliances provided, such a corps of skilled examiners, such provision of drawings. models, and books, such a collection of foreign patents, and such checks to pre vent and review error as with 11s. A...

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