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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly union and American. — 29 September 1866

L4 ssn. ..i-uwwinvnrnwni--7iwr a m uuin a m j ...... ISi$Uuu(Hb' eta&uriinalioa. eontiltflnrlnteret Stvrti snilslted from anruu&rter. letter frrm tbt rarioas counties of the t especially derired. All couimnnieetions taoald be addressed to the Miters of the Union ard Aviricak." OIJUJHMUUU.'IimAailMUUIASHI I II 1 1 II III I I HI I NATORUAT, NEITEMIJEIt 20, J HOG. T IX JK r-r-Aladyfofkbe NewportlKy) Female Semi- WfrliireuSa a wealthy ClileasO man for breach of marriace premise, in the sum of $60,000. TaoifAS O'Flahmk, a printer who worked ior idbtcooh n Ji ana ior ineso 0 JSljdled i I)nb1lnfroceolfy,;i tlio age of W. They are h A vine more heavy floodj ! Ohio and Indiana. f Hie Indianapolis Ojl, Company made a strike of oil last week ata depth of 185 feet on tjbclr larva near uioscow, ivy. it U tnouent the well will flew at the rate of tweety barrel daily, Toronto, Canada is laberinc under another foolish Fenian fright. In the Fauquier, Virginia, Circuit Court, on Wednesday las...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly union and American. — 29 September 1866

-BUI HOW - "Sr v "7 i affjlJaWal BY F. c. DtrcnrcHGTON & CO. lnliy, 8M; Trl-Wccltly,87; Weekly, 83. '"SATPKPAY, SE1TE3IBEK 29, 1S6C lr. 3o. II. 3IntucTV8, of "Edgefield, Is ur MllhaTfMd RSltit to receive and receipt for Die Ol'It OUTSIDE IAES. Ptcsr I'Jiwt. Th Oere)tl Convention and Uk VrvMant A4stnd Sesuum aad the PreWe JudgsMfi Tha Cfea4arahi Ksrefeaixl Amerioa Caftiparai, etc. Pock i Pmhc Oatton. ete. irons or general skws. 8ai aJeaad In New York yaeterdiy at 1.484 Mr. Qm. Lcxdkr ( Dxvctpost.) it utat U return to tt KM. Taare Li an Baatiah law wit aw pending, the aeiUM in wM cawr t.SW fafta. KmWnrtfti fnm Canada U tha United State If tMKfMd IworaaMrjc. - A netee af Qu?w Ovcbbuith iHd la Hobc kaa, N. J.. last wa. need 81. FarnMHriix pact tb ncgroas of LouWana -fcaawhaen aeakinc In dreves to tho "old fwatatia." Ttwr ar weary of the pilgrimage fraadaea. A well iaformad writer of XteBesota, (peak lac af the pfMpeat ef a-skart wheat erap, serf "ttnt 1867 wtHbe as remarkaWe for hig...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly union and American. — 29 September 1866

1 1. "lr 4 f I if SATOI-OAY, RIU'TEJUJU 20, ISCC. t'j -THE CITY, To Advertiser. Onr large circulation compels us to co to rresg at an early lieur every night, and hereafter ad vertlwrg raot have in their favors before 8 o'eleak r. v. Those that cemo after that hoar eannet he placed under the properly classified headings. ' ,CHWit'5pvTirn T I A6viWT-rHere will bo divine service at the Church of the Ad' at. this (faauirday) m&nnrM?, ,aL 10 lock. Mortuary Report. OFPIOE T50A11D OF llKALTH, JvASH VILLF," S,iiUimbor 27, 1806. Report uf Mortuary Committee for the lat twenty-four Hours, ending 7 o'cIocTc P. m., September 28th: Deaths .from cholera-.-. ,-fl " from other causae - 14 Wfiites 14 ; colored, 21. "Faupera 10. -By order of the Board of Hpolth. a broth e.m. dt cniHiuco. T.B.BWCIIANAN.M.Dj ' ' a At a meeting of the Board of Education held last night, it was deemed prudent to delay the re-opening of the pdblic Bchools -until Monday, October Sth next., P.S. Fall, President. Saturd...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly union and American. — 29 September 1866

-T-INWAE.E&c.- -MEDICAL .GOTTON-FAGTOIia I .0QTS&8H0E& . .. X 1721 i,wu!uu. LOlTISLEGARDS.- GRO01KBSr-MQtIOU31- ba!tkbrs-&-brokers. .j ADICAT. SAXllEItS OF UNION" SO- DIEItS. , 2 I. n. r f It a Knli iflro1 nnn 1 Convention, tho Radical papers as- i bitterly. One of these . assaults" ! insnncr of its reception, is fhos I bv Uie JT. Y. Herald's correspondent : - ib orl ftdicnl loeal naner this inernine ail tie Convention as being run by "a jet of bogus soldiers, militia officers, who Imr hw real service in tho war against the rebeUton." An amusiBg incident oc- l la connection with this Blander or a t-home Radical. The paragraph was I tit tW breakfast table or one oi me Urn 1 Inls-n J ttunuw. of the Twentv- tL 1fa Vftrl- rrolmenL wllO licl(l tllC jwper somewhat awkwardly, in ooneequenee j of having left oh of his arias with the reh ab m Virgiiaa. The maimed soldier called the attention of his next neighbor to the statement, who happened to be Captain Du roirr, of Uie Fo...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly union and American. — 27 October 1866

1 5 : CO. EDITORS & PltOPRIETOUS. Valnntary eetnmunicat'o&a, containing interest rgor Important news, u U tiled from nay quarter. Newt letters frtm tbj various counties f tfae Q l especially derirod. -tlnmirounteationitnoaidbe addressed to the " Bdlturs of the Uxios asd Aveeicak." .SATOKDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1860. THE IS" E "W S . Secretary Bsowxixo U going to publUh a letter hi opposition to the constitutional amend ment, contending that it baa not been oemlita tlenally passed by Congress. A eaM for the formation of "Constitutional Qwardl" U published in the Washington paper. They are "to be ready at all times to aid the een Mltutional authorities." A recruiting reodez vna has been spaced in Washington. A feHew, pretending to be a returned Oalifor slan, offered a lot of 96,00 worth ef gold doit fur Kile. In Detroit, the other day, bat did not find a buyer. A t peeimea of the stuff proved to be a Tile adulteration. It seema that a mixture of the kind, dropped when at melting heat...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly union and American. — 27 October 1866

Hinhn anil glmgnqu. BY F. C. DTJITIIINGTON & CO. Irlly, 814; Trl-Weckl jr, 87 1 Weekly, 83. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1SGC. Ir. Jo. B. 31atlic, of EdeelleM, it oar autbarited agaitto rttclvo and receipt for tit I'mok Ameeicax. OUR OUTSIDE rAGES. First riee- The Conftitutional Amendment. reOKTh Piac Thesis, a Graphic Pieterc of the ItoicBttS Favorite of Farit. etc. ITIUM OF GKXK11AL, SEXVH. Gold elMod in New York yesterday at J 47 A National Railroad Convention assembled in New York on Wednesday last. The principal companies ef the United States, with 3,000 miles of read, were represented. The oMeets are to es' tabliih a nnifenn system of signal and recmla- tioni, and to advaaee tbe general interests of rail' roads. Admiral FabEaqct has decided upon tbe star whiefa be will wear by virtue of bis rank. It is of gold, has fire rays, and is two iiiehes in diameter, Its canter is of silver, about tbe size of a quarter of a dollar, aad bears an efficy ef tbe Ilartferd, with an Admiral's fl...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly union and American. — 27 October 1866

SATOItUAT, OCTOBCU 27. 1S06. THE CITY. The voters of Davidson county will yr in mind that the Conservative candidate for the House of Representatives in this count r, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resig nation of Major Lewis, is JOHN I4r.Ll4Yr.TT. The election occurs on Tlmrnday, ICove-m ber IhU Kktuknhd. vFkaj. ji. Paul, Esq., after an absence of !x weeks on a visit North, returned to the city yesterday. licKETS ror. Retrhsentative. Tl Conservative ticket for the election on Ilmreday next, for Repreentativc in the State Legislature, has simply the name of John Lbllyvxt upon it. Tliey may be , . had at our Gminting-room, by oalling for them. Wc trust the officers in the various precincts of the oot.nty will call and supply themselves, and that the polls will be opened in every civil district, and the full Conserva tive strength of the county will be dis played. MUNICIPAL. There was no meeting of the Board of Aldermen lost night, owing to the want of a quorum. Common Council....

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly union and American. — 27 October 1866

AN INTERESTING AXD IMPOSING SCENE. Closaor UnjiCntlioIIc Wntlonnl Connell Prcsiilcnt Johnson Present. The CatWolic Council which has been in newten at Baltimore for a fortnight past, concluded its labors on Sunday, and the ceremonies were brought to a close by a prand celebration of high mass in the Cathe dral. President Johnson was in attendance at the concluding services. He and his daughter and Mr. Waelack occupied scats at no great distance from the altar, and watched the proceedings with great interest, each being furnished with a printed syllabus of the ceremonies, to which, they referred from time to time. Archbishop Oden, of New Orleans, cele brated masa. The President and party seemed to be particularly Btruelc with the music, es pecially with the "alma virgo" solo, in whichThe fine soprano voice of the singer displayed wonderful sweetness, power and flexibility. After xBase, Archbishop Kerrick, of St. Louis, delivered a discourse on the authority of the Church, taking for ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly union and American. — 6 November 1866

fi j neffgiffagWsTWBla L 11 ' BaftKammrmnti M onesswsi.M3BmaHss irBB vwi letter frcm tin rariMuntics f :ho - - . , Tiw: ' Voluntary eeataunicaiiois. eonUdainelzitr4 K or ImpwtaBt nrssi, M:ited frsm .oy iimrtw. si lattsrs from tin rarletH counties f :ho -tateespeeiitllr desired. 4H CfHBmHfiieUoiwaoaM be addressed tethe JMIteni ef the Uxiex and Amibioix." TUESDAY, XOVK3IBR 0, 1880. THE NEWS. A Southern Bspti't prrschor, named Vrkk, was arrested on Saturday, in Kertesville. Chris tian county, Mo for preaching without taking tbo test oath. Johk J. Wise, of Norfolk. Va., a brother of tbo ex-Governor, died last week. t-No further application for spaee in the Park Universal Exposition of 1887. can be received, ti the room altoUed to the United States H mere than fall, and the great catalogue of the aeeepCed products of eaeh nation U being printed by the Imperial Commission. Advises from Indianola, Texiw, to October 2t, earn up the amount of eottsu dripped to the 1st of September, at 9.600 ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly union and American. — 6 November 1866

Dally, 811: TrMVeckly, 87; Weekly, 8S. TUESDAY, XOYEHBUR 0, 1800. Dr. Jo. B. atAUicws, of BdgcfieH, is our autboritoa acout to receive aad!receipt;for the l'siv akh AaEBlCUf. The reader must have observed Uiai inis BY F. C. DUNNnTGTOK & CO. eeries, which is about being olosed, covers the whole field of discussion, and leave very little, if anything, to be naid which has any important bearing upon the subject. The writer has evidently given great atten tion to the matter, and has opened an inter esting field of inquiry, not only to the peo ple of Tennessee but of the entire South. It is impossible to resist the conclusion that the road of which Mr. DcBovr is President, is a most important one for the people of Nashville and -.those .along the line, and that it should be speedily con structed. It is an enterprise entirely within our reach, and our citizens and authorities should promptly respond. The series of letters, we learn, will be revised and pub lished in compact form in hi...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly union and American. — 6 November 1866

mxxmx xu mmax. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 180U. ' iTHE CITY. M. I, ,,, ' KATES OF ADVERTISING. TIio proprietors of tl- morning paper of this city, fer the purpose of establishing urdferalty in we? rales 01 aaveranng. nave asr-pu open m nTtatrln? table of eh areas, and OWfcetn thera- olvos hereby to abide by the same, to lake effect frem taw date: TS USES Oft LISS TO COKfiTITt'TC A BQVARE. Eaiun. 1 dav. fl no each add'l insertion t 50 &Jtiare,lwcek, 8 SO-eaeU add I qnare.- 2 nV.r 00 each add'l ma arc 2 Squareiswceki.8 00 eaeh add'l square. 3 SO 05E TITO 7DBEE , MMIHS. VOXTHB, 1 Square S. SqUaraA Squares 4 Staares ft Squares A Sqaares 7 Squares-.. 8 Square 9 Squares 10 Eauare 11 Squares 1 Squares 1 Square- 14 Squares i Squares " 16 Squares 17 Squares- 18 gqaares- IB Squares 20 Squares-. 21 Squares..--- 3e Sqaares-- 2 Squares- 34 Squares 3 Squares Isfl fsauares- 37 Squares 23 Sqaares S 9 00 UpO 17 TO a oo as Go al) MOT 7 m 41 89 4 60 mm mm 67 09 ai on 08 99 W TS 00 77 00 SI 00 at oo mm a...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly union and American. — 6 November 1866

; READING. ArroiXTJinvrs of the Tennessee CONFERENCE roll 1800 nnd '07. IJasrytlix District. A.'L. P. Green, McKendree Church and Capers' Chapel: Eobt. A. Young and W. K. Warren, Super numerary. Andrew Church and Mulberry Street: C C. Mayhow. The City Mission: V. D. F. Sawrie. Tulip Street and Hobson's Cliapol : Jamos D. Barbee. Trinity and Ewins Cliapol: F. R. Hill. Kashville Circuit: V. D.Cherry, P. T. Martin. Harpelli Circuit: W. P. Owen, T. N. Lankforil, Sapomumerary. Franklin Station : E. M. Bounds. Goodletsvlllc Circuit : B. F. Ferrell, F. E. PitU, Supernumerary. Secretary of Domes tic Board of Missions: John B. MoFerrin. Lebanon District. John "VY. ITanner, P.E. Lebanon Station: D. C. Kelly. Lebanon Circuit: John J. Pittman. Union Circuit: Jesse J. Ellis. Shady Grove Circuit: John A. Jonas. Sumner Circuit: AY. G. Dorris. Gallatin Station: R. K. Brown. Goose Creek Circuit: George 'Winn. Mill Creek Circuit: L.C. Bryan. Station -Camp (colored) Circuit: To be supplied. GAitTiiAon...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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