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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 24 November 1866

i i.lfvn it. a i T I.f.TIVJII N A'SBAf I'ELEf ' TENMESSEE; ' 1 " SATURDAY, NOVEMBER mi ml o m -vw ; iivu . t pv rrrnu; if 24, 1866. . - i - NEWS TELEG-EAMS. FKOX WASHIXGTOX. Invest Ifjnl lens Jiy the Retrenchment Committee -Discovers" of Extensive Cotton Frnudti -Article oflinpcricU mcnt Prepared, Ktc. Nct YonK. Nov. 23. A Herald's Wash ineton special says: The investigation which is going on by the Retrenchment Committee 1 1 - , I , I has developed lacts which implicate parties occupying high and influential positions under the Government, in the cotton frauds. A great deal of fraud, more than was at firlf , t , t a.. r 1 supposed, Jiaa ueen pracuceu upon me uuv ernmentand citizens of the South, by the cotton agent . It appears that these agents were in the habit of confiscating largcuan tities of cottcn in the namff of life GoYern- ment. and after it had remained in their hands a short time,, they turned it over to outside parties, who sdla'it ami divided the proceeds with the age...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 24 November 1866

NASHYILLE UNION AND DISPATCH, NOT EMBER 24, 186$. THE WRONGOF IRELD. Tile Tour ntnl Speeches ofraoIinTRrighti The Tronbiliis of the .Waters Res. t oration by ricw?rnrtitIon.-m From the New York Journal of Commerce Mr. Bright's tour in Ireland is'the subject of severe animadversions on the part of the friends "of the Administration now in power in the Britihli Government, the "Tories," so called. Tlie exciting air of Ireland and the exuberance of an Hibernian audience are spokea of as highly favorable to his style of oratory. His purpose is to show by what means can be brought about contentment and tranquility and a solid union between Ireland and the rest of GreatBritain, and for - this purpose he make use of the best argn ments known to the advocates of reform. He contends that Ireland is a field in which all the principles of the Tory party have been completely experimented upon and devel oped, and that, after all, a land in which desolating famines and other indescribable cviU pr...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 24 November 1866

tfASH WtiliB HJNiON i U$T) 1 idlSPfOH, NOVElVfBMtt 24866. THEI.ITTIX GIUt.TiIAT MEETS ME. And with fliithterlfcrS A.I.tra- f Av. VsJlong the path so dreary, 40r Vwhere the saddened heart and weary, w caaaes tne sunliKhtiitHnine near me. uo uir wi sue Has eye at Ma (Only aired abffuiTSleFen). 6TOntolinfWTHapifci!n 7 SsiWjShcart That forevhaijjSfvnr. And her sw&t rgjcgeycrriqirinF, Beauty o'er.Thtjapkheartlbrinring, Sweet as art.. li her sunn hair. so curly,,.... po white aadpeirly! TJf 'I haTeTnetTheTlatBiind earl riyf " Iiv the wav. Andsl tnfecJiec band and presMitM.iOM.yr "Patty little hand-God bless, it!'' , .May therorld mile kindly, on her; T Benedictions fall upon her. Angels be her cuarrf. of honor, As zhecoes Thrqugh hia world of ours longing. Peace to troubled cpirite bringing,- -' .-Nagricf her pure heart wringing With its" woe. ' . May the sweetest harp in heaven . Brightest crown that e'er was given, Whero the. wares of life are driven Past the throne Echo to her dain...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 24 November 1866

EDITORS AND I'll PRIETOBS. oluntary communicationa, containics jntcr- egting Important nowargolielted from any quarter, News letters from the vari.-us counties of tbo Stale especially il wired. All communications should bo addresued to the "Editors of tho Usiox and Ambbicas." SATBI1WAX, WOVEJIBEIt 24, I860. A WOIU POK THE X ASH VlXI.n VMOX ASI DISPATCH. The U.vioK and Amkricak and the Nash villi: L'ispatoh notified their respective readers and patrons yesterday morning that a business arrangement had been effected amon the proprietors whereby the two would lie united and published hereafter under the name of the Nashville' Union and Dir.vrc:i. This morning w e have the pleasure of presenting the re sulting journal to the readers of the two, and flatter ourselves that we may rely upon the approval of all. Our design in taking this step was, in the first place, to bring together suScient capital and con centrate sufficient talent and energy to produce a general new, business, and po l...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 24 November 1866

NASH.y.JLItE, j PMIQW Ami M$FWms TOfEMBE, 24,j ( 1866: 'PHE CITY. , Wis calf attention t& tKodecisioa of Judge Cooper on the constitutionality of the Franchise law. Tire debrit of the late firo at the corner of Cher ry and Brood street is beihgcleaned up, and preparations are making for- the ereetioa of new building. The landing yesterday .presented quite an ar tractire -scene with the fleet or lately arrived boats. Business wo are sorry to ay .was rather dull. Thk Rer. James Moore, Rector of the Episco pal Church of the Advent, arrived yesterday, and will officiate Sunday morning .at 11 o'clock, and 7 p. a. Sale or x Blood Horse. Mr. Jefl". French, the well known cotton broker, sold yesterday to Capt. IIamner,for fifteen hundred dollars, the cele brated pacer "Bell of Nashville." Wk have now the largest and most complete job office in the city, and are prepared to do every description of printing in a stylo that cannot bo surpassed. Pjfrtles having such work to do are invited t...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 24 November 1866

win jmwmmm 1 6 i WH0ffiiBJ drFMH .TIOOTA TTJO Irby Morgan, O'Bryan&Oo .W&are now-rcccivinfjour kit iyi SECOND STOCK :op JFATi7 AND WINTER GOODS y Comprising fullilincs of, Dnrk Prints, ''Solid DcLains, McrinocH, Alpac Fancy DcLnins Shawls, of nil descriptions, XnbTas te It' I Scarf, Trlmmin: Ribbons, Cassimers, Satinets, . Jeans, Flannels, Bed Blankets '&- -Linscys, f- Woolen Ilotsery, and Ya This Block will be found larger and xnoro attrac tive than any wo have heretofore offered, and will be Eold cheap to merchants only. . ' ' . IRB Y.MORGAN, 0'BRYA2L&.C0. SEW FIRM T. - J. S. GILBERT, Of Pulaski, Tcnn. LEONARD PARKER. Late of Guthrie k Co. J. OORDOX, of Pulaski, Tenn. Gilbert? Parkes i& . Gpr, Wholesale Grocers, C.O rX TON FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Xo. 59 South Market Si., Nashville. TENNESSEE. WE ARE NOW RECEIVING AND WILL' IT keep constantly on hand a (rood assortment or btaplo Groceries, which we otter to the trade at the lowest market rates. We have am...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 24 November 1866

NASHiTqi.gwtQy . ikm . djseatqhu mYmmm MMmi-j Nashville and Decatur Railway. Nashville and Chattanooga WUKLEY & Y&R WHOLESALE" ' 'W Great Central All Bail Eoute BETWEEN Memphis, Mobile. "ew Orlcanx, nnd nil intermediate points. The Nashville and Decatur Railroad has made arrangement with the Memphis and Charleston Railroad Company by which passengers go Thronzh ' io Hemplii! mtlont Chiage of Cars; only One Change betitta Mobile ind New Orleans. By any other Route there are Two. A Splendid Sleeping Coach is Attached to the Train nt.XosliTille, which run throngh to Corinth. Through Eexprcss Train Leaves Nashville uany at .............. ...... rM, Arrives at Memphis, at 2:20 r.x, Arrires utMnhile. .. 11:45 A. x, Arrives at New Orleans..-." - &30 p.m. Leaves Memphis,....- 2:00 r. m. Leaves Decatur, at 11: p.m. Arrives at Nashville, . . 5:44 x. it. Connects with all afternoon Trains from Nashville. Connects at Nashvillo with Louisville and Nash- villo Railroad, for all points...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 24 November 1866

8 canBiTOnftitute General Scmfliy there must be represention of the entire State. All the members needjnot be in at tendance, but all must "have the right to at tend. If there be not-aiull and fair repre sentation, unless bj the willful act of the electors themselves, there can be no consti tutional assembly, A body, although styling-, itself the General Assembly, which in vio lation tires physical force or by unlawfully excluding Ulexn, is in lati. UUli H UCUClill -rvoscmuiv within the meaning of the organic law of thisJState, I - The 6nlV remaining point to be considered is, whether the courts can, in the Adjustment of private rights, take notice ot these uncon stitutional acts of the Senate and House in wrongfully excluding their members. And here the authorities are uniform upon the principle ipjolved,,although no decision, can J be found uporftlie precise state d? facts. The 1 conns nave always saia mat, nowever re luctant they might be to call in question the, conduct or proce...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 25 November 1866

tol: xxxiii. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, STffDAY, NOVEMBER' 25, 1866. NO, t NEWS OJT THE TAJT. The Canadian Governmcntucngagedin rearm- Ins itrf olunteer'batteries. - " Heavy Knows have fallen In Central and North ernGolorado7 t "i ' T The Memphis police are breatingjupja. gann of horse thieTe-Jwhojiave infested the suburbs. ' The ttalotoFf Illinois it tho Tate election was 350,423. Loean's majority, 57,017. j Returns from all the counties of Wisconsin, moifof "lh"cm official", make tho Republican mt jority 23,300. Tho Jefiereo'nvJllS, IJlinoif. '.Democracy' Bate passed , itronsreso'lutfons against the Chicago Timel' ?''-v: " There are thirty-tiro Fenians remaining in jail at Toronto. It is expected their trial will bo com menced on the 3d of December. The Catholic Bishop of Savannah has just is sued a letter, suggesting the education of colored youths for tho clerical work at the South. Official reports show a great incrcaso of smug gling on the Northern frontier, which is owing, in a gr...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 25 November 1866

NASHVILLE UNION AND DISPATCH, NOVEMBER 25, 1866. PRESBYTEKIANISM. The General Assembly ofUhjeT OTnrcli nt Hempbibelcananpr fWlp llne Iiencfictnry Edncntlon TbeKnb- . - WZ I umu Pterviccg union wHB tlicicnm berland Insfced The Awpclnt nnvrmcu, etc., V. FOUBTH DAY. Specially Tteported for the Union and Dispatch. , Memfiiis, Nov. 19th, 1866. The General Assembly met this morning according to adjournment. The proceed ings were opened with prayer. The min utes were read and newTCommissioners took their peat., RerrVr. Palmer of , -JXey Orleans, then resumed the debate on the "Canons of Discipline," which had been arrested hy the hppr. of adjournment on Saturday, in which a number of the Com missioners took part. Section after section was adopted 'covering the grounds of Dis' cipline, its nature, its objects', and the persons subject to it. Then the canons on offences,, .church censures, the parties in cases of pro cess, special tules pertaining to process, bej-jbre.- sessions, special .ru...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 25 November 1866

y .1 M:nlA .II )T-'III fj. AH: ) XLIIVH3AL i In im l HENDERSOIBRWS:? Kepllowing song has amouldered'iDithrf geraia ana tne revolution,of '98. Again its resonance is heard in 18QGjknd though not neqrtilj appro ving theirteent indiscretion, there are Btrains ia'tHismoainf melody that sprig of BhamrocjgPo tnllrnemorr of the good St. Patrick,?mthl'dear old sod." onan van voclU inauS8weleIIeve, " poor Oltt woman." Augusta ConitUulionaluL 0 ! the French are on the say, , , SaT4he Shan Van VocKti ; JT ffhoFrcnchareonthegar. Knv thn Khan Vnn Vnpht irrOititnej'rcncb.aroiiiliiebaT: ' ' ' They'll be here -without delay, And thp Orange will decay, , . ""Bays the Sharr Van Vocht. 0 1 the French are in the hay, , , Tbey'Il bo here by break of day.- ' r And the Orange will decay. Says the Shan .Van Vocht. Andjrhere will they have their camp?-? ifci-Saykhe Shan Van Vocht; " - i .Where 'will they have their camp? J 1 'Says the Shan Van Vocht: . . On the Curraeh of KUdaro The boys they will be there ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 25 November 1866

m0u iuul igpth EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TerniH of Subscription. T,;i H.OO Tri-Wecujr, per j-ear- "Wecklr. ner year d. Payment invariably in aHranee, and the paper discontinued when the time paid for expire. Voluntary 'communication,, containing inter esting important news, solicited from any quarter. News letters from the various counties of. the State especially desired. USCXDAT, NOVEMBER 25, 1S6S.J RADICAL DESPOTISM AXD DISKE GAKD OF THE CONSTITUTION. The Chicago Republican is certainly sufficiently ultra in its radicalism to Buit even Wendell Phillips. It insists that "when the war ended the emancipated nezroes became citizens and members of the body politic in each State," and that " as 6ucli they had the samo legal right to rote in reconstructing those States as the whites." The Republican insist further that "Congress has the power to prescribe a uniform national suffrage-law." It is evident that the extreme "Radicals, in an ticipation of the refusal of the Southern States to ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 25 November 1866

NASHVILLE . HMCK A3SI'. ,J?I,SPATCH, , NQVEMBER. 25, .1866,- ; ' , 3Tm si - t ' - , THE CITY. .:. -s A ehivairous iDdividaai nu arrested 'on'Sitor day nlftclued witbb'catin. hit knit) VlU .will hare a hearing on Monday before theIJoHee Court. - -' Rsuaiocg Nortel .-'-Rev; A. J. Baird, pallor of Jhe First Cumberland Er'esoytenaa. jChurch,. it? 4rI- t? .. 7L j: ! iii wuiiuue ui 'unuj morning wiu evening on UsjhJotef the " Resurrection;" Tks Rages fiATtaoiv. In the rit race.'ocif tnree in While Etoctlwr sron the first two hei,an4peVt'ueky the tarfte following. ' la the seeoiid race, between Rodbuckand Cad, m us, the laller won. Match AjifllijSrt"nMtf of tho Font and. the lint nine of the Flyun Base Ball Clubs flayed a match garaVyeflcrdaft 'a which the forest came of vletorlotie. The score stood as fotlpwt;' Foret35r33rrra5. , Reliqiods Notjok. The csoal relit ious service wilt beheld 1rf the First Presbyterian Chnreh. corner Cfiwjih.and Summer streets, to-day at 11 x. anT6V- Vi. by tb...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 25 November 1866

iOHVILLji UJNION AND DISPATCH, NOVEMBER 25, 1866. -1L BffiilH Dfi . GOODS 3soy Morgan, O'Bryan&Co COND STOCK :of imLt JUiR WISTER GOODS, I tompTblhgiuinines'of T ' - ' IKirfo Prints, Solid DeLaln, .-?-McriboesT , n. - . Alpac r.'i'. Fancy DcEnlns. 3B&sv7s, of all'descrlpllons, Ml ADOUH, Trimming Ribbons, Satinet, Jeans, ir; jts Flannels, . . -Tweed. BSrjX. B3Cankcta, Einseys, ; "Woolen. HoIscryBnd V- oielx- roed generally. TWi dock will be found largerandmoro attrac- ifeithn any ire hare heretofore offered, and will cheap e merchants only. ' ' i w IRBY MORGAN, O'BRTAN k CO, JEW FIRM. . LKONXSD PAEKES. kri?alxtkl,JCean. U.J. r.ORDOX.f of Pulaski, TennT .PL ert, Parkes & Jfiliolesale, Grocers, Co.. & TJT ON F A C TO-R S, COMMISSION ArERfiFTAXTS. 7 ' 'Stt- 30 Sonth Market St., TENNESSEE. Nashville. TE7E ARE NOW RECEIVING AND ,WILL W keep constantly on hand a (rood assortment ysSa?le Groceries, which we offer to the trade :x&3te iowest market rates. We havo ample Lsc...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 25 November 1866

UNION AND DISPATCH. . NOVEMBER.. 25. , ISfifi . K-E-EP- INSURED. .JJAH OIZOBAM I ... .r$ASIIXII..IS COBaiEItCIAZ. IXKCRA3.CE COM r A 51 OFFICE IN THE BUILDING OF IIIE RAN (IT? tiir rvrnv - OF TUB &NIOX. UK Capital All Pa. In. 'piIICOlIPANY,, ESTABLISHED IN 1854 x uirurt,.Lu)iuiii3. v cteis la ran. jiucrcuaii- dite, Household Furniture, and ether, property the most-libofal terras. h 1 ;. 7 IT ST "i: Ii34H7 j PIREaMARINE,ulNDJNHANDRISKS TAK- tBN. AT LOWECT'HATESi . -,'' .s.-.-ij y t . ... Xxaen UbernllyAtlinetCil ami I'rorti;ilj - laltl'lyvlfli'CoKipniiy; -- J)iaECTORS( R. C. McNAlRY. JNO. KIRKMAN. C. E. IIILLMA.S, W. II. EVANS. HUGH M'CREA, S. JAMES WOODS. 31. BURNS, JS(l. II. HWIN. ROBT THOMPSON, JAS.JP.KiKlUUAa, N. MACEi'. It. C. 31 cN AIRY. Prei't. .E-D. Hicks. S c's.. INSURANCE 'AGENCY. p."p.vp'e o:k;' 31 CoIXEGE ST., XASHVIIXE, TENN., ?. ' - I : - HOJIE IASUKAKCB COMPANY, , s , . gr sew yobs:. Capital and Assets- ... . $3,590,922 ... , -. llOlIE INSURANCE COMPART, ' CV XEW X...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 25 November 1866

JllSHYiaiEa,ttNf6N( l-Nll M$?tCH, NOVEMBER 25, L866. 8 8EJTATE. , ThaSoaato met at 9 a. m Speaker Fbiebsok in the chair. ' ' Mr. Hall, Senator from tho counties of Dyer and Lauderdale, presented bis resignation, based npoa circumstances which rendered inch a step accessary. On motioa of if r. Sister, the com munication was laid on tie table for the present. Mr. Fbazikr introduced a bill to establish a Uoard of Colonization. Passed first reading. Mr. Bosson introduced A bill. to incorporate -tho "Citiiens' Bank of Nash ville. Passed first raiding and referred to the Committee on Banks. Senate Mil for tho benefit of the Trustees of Faycttcville Academy was taken up and -passed ontts third reading. Mr. SuitjiV motion to raise a special committee for the consideration of House resolution request inc the Governor to remove Mr. Geo. T. Lewis, receiver of the Memphis, Clarksville and Louis ville Bailroad, having been made tho special or der forlO o'clock to-day. was taken up. The Senate gr...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 27 November 1866

HHMiPiPPilli iui I u I iui ii jui ..... p u r- NASgmXE, TENNESSEE, HWSDA. WDVEMBER 28-: - ... " '" ' I.. . j "I ' i nniniiri if Pnnil pnr vnntr l.5tfS . n ... . 4- . .iv-s i i ii n "TT 7. - - ' ' "-' -' ' ' ' "' - " ' . I -I . . " Ol NEWS The O verton JlotoJ at. Memphis is now ojjen It Si one of the larceitin the country. Taectnorats.of, Qhte, hold, a State Conten tion at Columbus on the th. of January. The total number of rotors in Indiana ii 340, 240. as1 ascertained V a recent 6enso5. ' The Jefferson City (Mo.) Tribune, a Conscrva- has come out in favor of neffo; tive paper, There was a light fall of snow in IOulsvillc at an early hour Saturday morning, tho first ol tno . 1:1' i ' Purcorernmen'tha taken into earnest consid-i . . rt . 11 i I vr&uon me uoone iraae, ananas taaen measures to prevent the traffic in future. The rkanefilfeclsiatufe ie'loolcd-' the' Hon, John S. Joner, of Fhilllpi county, as United States Senator on the 24th inst Two young officers of the household o...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 27 November 1866

mJ to Chnr ' TTic General !uuieintIjr of th at Jtteinpbl. SpecisJlyTleportea forthe Oniosr and Dispatch. .SIXTH DAY. TttflAepl convened pursuant to ad journment. Unfinished business being in order.tlie"GanonsoDUcipllne'were again called ap.and acted upon. ,until tha order of the 'dlr arxired, -ffhen tlie'Bev, Cha. A DavWJi. 3.'r delegate from the- Ciimbef land Eresbjterian Church. Sras Jnjroduced,. and addressed Xhe Afeetnblv - . 'XiikDr, Palmer, he aid toot believe in plaGbrm speeches; in a body and ata.tSriie' Hk"frf fife nresent. He wotild hare little, to saj ; Jie Jiad not anticipated addressing the; Assembly; In May last Jiia chprch toad' appoihleIim a delegate tp tbiJbody' Hia him : ho had taken it, carriedAit home and carefully pTaced it away, jsp parefuUy fhat he . had not been, able to find sine!. Having thus lost his conunisdod he had' riwnftrti!l idea of havine anvthln'rt0 6a'r onf tbiB becasioni an fact lie had, became -V" "w.v. jt. -I quite,. lUKe-warm upou iuu Buujtti,...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 27 November 1866

The Latest Side Snow. As the fall racesare drawing near, we mieltt mention that manj new "kinks" have been introduced to! draw a crowd, to the.BDortinz department. build, and "voluble! as a narrot woman fortv vdarsJeluFdressed in a head dress, and a balmoraoRskirt a woman who: gxjea'for'nothinaas.tcfsrveedbut is h'esffoh the scales andEgejtands'in a ring three: feet in diametsTfwiSUahy spectator who) wants to pay twenfiyecents for a chance,. ma; stand behind her and strike her with1 all his force with a lare, long-handled mal-i let, whicTijSsrcdvered with' sacking', and if he knocTcfllielrout of the ringTie gets three: dollars for it They don't hit her on the head. She has never been knocked out yet, perhaps. The man, at the door ha3 high, ideas of real estate values in California; His constant cry is: "Come up come up, and take a chance ! Only two bits and if you knock her out, you get three dollars! Think pf it Three dollarsl 'nough to buy a ranch I" Mobile lieghter. t The final a...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 27 November 1866

4 ..iJi M4f Uari -.now tnU mm T BT Terras or Subscription. Dally, per year--- . Daily, per month- 8U:00 UO 35 3.00 ATI- RUtTl'(WV sr Weekly. per year i i'aymcawnvari&oiy in advance, auu-iuo puivr 19 V T J ...llL.... discontinued when the time paid for expires. .., -Voluntary communications, containing inter estingimportantneirs, solicited from any qnArterJ -. H..f- ' r- , ? 1 .! - f ,1... news, tellers, irum we vnriour ckuuvim ui w TUESDAY, XOYEMBEIt 27. 180C DEATH or aos. cave joirssox j'VAgaln thc daty, mournfully frequent of jate, devolves upon us to .announce me .deadf-ifjistinffuished citizen. Wthn the period of a few weeks have passed away Barrow, Gentry, .Lewis, and on Friday last, at his home in Clarkstille, Cave Johnson One by one.-the men whosenames illustrate thehistory of Tennessee in herpnlmy days, and whom the present generation have lll)een wont'tolidmire and regard as cotinsel- .viora,anu guiues, are ucihjjuikuu uuiix. sa we write their brief memorial records, th...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
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