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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 11 October 1866

I. BUITOKiOk PROPRIETORS- earser Vo uHtRi-y cotnmunicat'om. containing interest ed iraiHtrtant news, w"-iutcd from our quarter. In carious eounUMof tU 'ni' especially desired. i iiHinanBHSfttion saauld p mareMsa 10 ise vtitrof thuUsios aud AxEaiOMf,., IUl'lJLiUUJiMiiwmUJUlfi'-l-IJIJUJ!t-LJ THURSDAY, OCTOBER H, 1800. TnEA.T.JJETIVEEJf PJUJKSIA A5D THEtflllfOirGEttMA'X GOVEItX. .1 The Electoral Law for the North: GermanlParliameiit. ' TREATY BOTWEEN TKUSSIA AND THE MIKOR OOVEKKMBST8. HamburgXSop. l (!on-pandens linden Times. The Hamburg Corr'itpondent or'thi Say publishes the olficial text f the treaty of ofTenriveand dofepnive, alliance concluded between "Prbtela and tlie minor States which now form the North German Confederation. The treatr-waiyiicned -at Berlin pnhe;18th of Afcif'kwtlm -raflfifflUioM eXfehanged in tho name city on the 8th and 10th-of. Sep tember. After the usual preamble, the text run as follow ' '' Article J.Thc GorcrnmenU of Pnia aia, Saxe-AveitBar," Oldenburg, B...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 11 October 1866

BY F. 0. BUHHIHGIOK & CO. Daily. 614; i-Weay--; e--lr,8-- TIIITKXDAT, OCTOBER 11, 1860. Dr. Jo. B. HAtbcirs, of Edgefield, ,is cap-! authorised went to recdr. midTeeeipt Yor lh' I KI05T ASD AlKRHUjt. ODXl OUTSIDE PAGES. Fiftst Pics. Affair in Europe Wud Point, Its Grseuatej Xrea3S2D to lftiS. ForsTK Pao-. October Cbablk- Dickers at Homo. ITEMS OF GENEKA-. XHWS. -3.t oloscd in,Ncw yorkypsterfaj at J68J -V'i--UXfi--e---X-S in'-Kew'Torlc city looking after Ml collection of Southern r-oetrr. 'rt it .... Tho loss by tho burning of St. Patrick's.Ca- thedral, inNow York oity.is nets great as was supposed not exceeding S70.000, on which thero t n insurance! of t6M0. All valuables of the Cathedral xtettrxembvtd in time, And the walls bare escaped without terioni damacc. Rer.-O. BiBdnrros has been installed as pas tor of the new Congregational Churebin Wash ington, th'e'c'orneAtten- Of whleb Vat laid last week. There probably serer has been an election where so few ffiee-beWersba-e left W...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 11 October 1866

THURSDAY OCTOBER 1 isea. ;CITY, : To Advertiser. OflrYafrfeirSoUtfc? compels us to gVto press t an eariyhour every night and hereafter ad veHitprsmnithaveinlhelr favors before So'elock r. V. That's that borne after .that hour -cannot be placed under the properly elasrified headings. RATES OF ADVKRTISING. The proprietor of the moraine papers of tbl the rate M prrlfie. have agree Spot; nllnwlnir Labia of nfcarces. and oblir&ia. til elve hereby to aWseH''tliaine, to tiffc egeet from thUdate: TEX LIKSfl OB L8 79 CQJISTITTTTE A MJA8j. Sqnare, I da"rV SlnO taeh add'Mnsertlen f4 K.inare.1 week. 3 60 each add! nquare 2 60 Square. 2 wjekO-h addT wuae,r 60 Square, 3 weeks, 8 1 oxe rro TnnEK HOXTH. MUKTH8. XOXTHK. 1 Square 2 Square-' 3 Squares-. s a no ism ii u t 22 oo 27 ) 32 00 37 00 42 00 WW J 00 woo or oo 72 W 77 W 82 t 97 00 20 (W 3200 88 00 4 Saaorca 5 Sqaare- 6 Soaare 44 03 AO 00 6 03 fit 00 7 Saaares- 8 Square - y square. id square 11 Sauarea ns m u w 12 Square. 89 01) V2tO 98 On 1...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 11 October 1866

mammmm I r OCTOBER. , . y ats wi&piTMnffCLAKr. onth of ravheartl lBfi dawncst here. With fad tad faded leave to strew l'ale Sommer'imeAaMfcelrMer. The meaning of tM"wts8; I bear, As the red sunset die afar. And ban or purple clouds appear. Obscuring every western star. Thou solemn month ! I bear thy releej It toll my soul of other dart, TV hen but to live was to rejeiec. When Earth m lovely to my gasel Ob. visions bricht eh. Hessed hours. Where arc their living rapture nowT I ulc my spirit's wearied pewer- I ask my pale and fevered brows' : Hook to Nature, and bcnold ' My life' dim emblems. rnstHntronnd, In hue of crimson and of cefd The year dead boner on the ground; Ani -sighing withhe winds. I feel, f While the4r low pinions nmrmnrbr. Hmr tnueh their tire)inf tone reveal Of life and hurmtn destiny. When 6iTinc' delightsome moment shone, Thw eerae in iephys,froa the West; They bore the wood-lark.' melting tone. They stirred the bice lake' glassy breast; Through gammer, fainlng...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 13 October 1866

( , mv n iriinrlTr I i I i I fffM''ssss1s1lssss I . . . Voluntary eatam nmcat'o a. cunUunta !nirr- :-t-c ortniprfa ft, r Vi;i;:lfrera uj-quarter. "Mews fetlert Tztm tin varfoa ooaanes f lEo U i4tUly dwircd. ' II ejflUBie&tions siiooU be addressed to tlie " Hfthef tHe Wxrorf asp Avkbioax." - 8ATORDAT, OCTOBER 13, I8C0'. TEx-jfEssnn jPAcirao on cexthai. RAILROAD. To the IVopIe or Tcnnmoc Tondfereaj ?i cotnplImenlsTv vle tlie Presidency of the Great Central ilailroad of Tennessee, chartered by a recent act of the Legislature, I did not feel at liberty to de cline notwithstanding the difficulties of the position, and the ceaseless energies -which will be neceamryj if this important enter prise ia to be earned through. Having es tablished myself in the State and located my poenniary and other interest here, I have a direct and tangible interest in all that makes for her prosperity and especially the pros perity of her veahhyaod beautiful Capital. A ottiren of the South, identified wi...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 13 October 1866

3Y T. C. DTHnnS'GTOF & CO. Dally, gll; Tri-TVcclilr, 87; Weekly, 3. KATOXIDAT, OCTOBER 13, lSC. Dr."1-Jo.-B. Mnlticwa, of EdgeCeW, Is oar antberixed cs'jnt to roemro and receipt for tb T'KIOX ASO AvEElGAS. Oim OUTSIDE PAGES. Ftttrt v liag. Tennessee Pael&e or Central Itallread Radical Leve for tbo Negro Soldier The Decimal System, etc etc. Fobeth lUot Earepo, More Troablo Brewing OrrU Rights Case in West Virginia, etc i "-fy IS OF ITCH!) GENERAL NE1VH. Gold dated In .New York yesterday at It i reported that the Cabinet have deoicted to hand JnrT. Davis over to the civil authorities for trial, under the indictment found against him in Judge Ujjdbbitood'b court. Late letter from Vera Crni state thatiti re ported in tbat city that Maximiliax has taken a stress stand again in relation to retaining hk Bm pire in Mexleo tbat French money was on its war tohimVand that the French troops will stay to support him. The. Attorney General. October 8, In reply to the Secretary of War on t...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 13 October 1866

;satrrday, October is, isco. THE CITY. unriarge circulation compeu uj io go ic pres at an early hoar every night, and hereafter ad vertiser huf t have in tbeinaTorg before 8 e'Aoek r. v.' Those that ceme alter that hour cannot be placed under the properly classified beading. HATES OF ADVERTISING. The proprietor of the mornlrnj paper of this citf. fer the purpose ef establishing uniformity in the raleJ ef savertMng, hare agreed upon the oUowlug table of ehsrgee. and obligate tbera elves hereby to abide ty the tame, to take effeet from this date: TBX UNB6 UtL LEW TO OQS8TITUTE A SQCABK. Squared da)1, $1 OB seeh add'l Insertion $ 50 Seuarc. 1 week. 3 80 eaeh add'l square 2 00 Square. 2 wee, 6 W-add luAre 2 MJ Square, 1 OKE MOSTH. 1)00 1X00 17 00 21 00 25 60 29 60 33 00 37 00 41 00 WOO 49 00 00 67 00 61 00 06 09 09 00 two Tnncc V0XTH8. 1IOXTHB. 12 00 iU 09 1 Square auares 17 00 20 00 guares-. 22 00 27 00 X 00 37 00 42 00 47 00 52 00 67 00 02 00 67 00 72 00 77 00 83 00 87 00 92 00 97 00 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 13 October 1866

EUROPE JIORE TROUBLE BREWING. From the N. Y. Express. Our foreign relations aro no sooner out of one broil than tboy are into another. The rferblt in the little island of Candis, which; at the start, tras a cloud no biger than a man's hand, is beginning to overshadow the entire horizon. Tho question substantially involved affects ultimately tho destiny of Turkey, and must decide who shall liavc control of the Eosphortis. To Russia the issue is one of momentous importance, and if it be decided in hor favor her ambition to become a great naval powor, so as to domi nate the Mediterranean, will be in a fair way to be gratified. As England and France not long ago went to war to prevent that consummation, however, it remains to be seen whether they are now going to comtem plate with complacency a series of events, originating in a very small begining, which may give the Ozar an advantage which both of them recently spent so much blood and treasure to deprive him of. The leading British or...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 14 October 1866

- -.- I,, hwm, .u,. . -j-TM - ..TTTT-r-. ..?n.T ' -lr- -KJjTOil A jPllOllKtSrruKS. i iii .. ... i ! i .. ... i I. a j. a. a ir r .r ar w tt i f ' . ---as t -'n -; ,t t i . . -- . ,.. . i . s . n it I I I I I V I I I l I i I I i Pk MW I i a WH H I I a .: V4ABfary edfcuautiieat'oi. cootaiBlnglBierwt r r Important news, k Milled from any quarter; e letter from tbo various counties of the r. rAimuaktts taoaKt be ddreedtrthe ' ttt$ppf tke Unw asd Amgtp4y-' u''iuti 1 1 ii i n inn i gj. j.'.uwaximjM;wir ma SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1808. Hepxy or the l'Eoi'xns'oFTCEivoK- LEANS TO THE SfcAXnEH? OP GOV. 1VEI.ES. Tho popular meeting of the citizens of New Orleans, en Tuesday night, was Tory fall, including jnany from the Northern States. Speeches were mado by Ciuustiax Boselixb, and Gen Bestov, late of Uic Federal army. Hon. JAQfiHiBAKJCiiB, Geo. W. Hyxsok, Saml. McCojtxell and Geo. Bnuav were appointed to ffepsire an ad dress on the subject before them. They re ported the following, which was unan...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 14 October 1866

BY 1.1). DTJHHUrQTOHr & m Daily. 814.1 Tri-Weekly, 87 ; Weekly, &S. 8TJXDAY, OCfOBER M, 18C6. Xr. Jo. B. MathOTrt, of lEdgetield, is out Mthorited agent to) receive and receipt ftr to Untos asd Aueeicas. OTJ OUTSIDE PAOES. SitSTlPABE-yReply of the People of New Or leans to tboSlantlen of Got. TTclls TheTSpo and Rome The Radical Mob at Capo Girardeau, etc etc I Fooeib Fade. The Heavenly SecretThe Grave of Albebt&bxet Jonxso Rooeii Wil vilvb, tie. : ITBJIS OF GENERAL XCTH. GoLlJclBiel In New York yesterday at 51. It I said that Jaiies Cosdok Uxknett. Jr. ! to marry & daughter of General JonxA. Dix The suit In New York to determine who hat tho exclusiya right to play "Oar American Cousin" has at last been settled In for of Laoba Xzixi. Justice Steokb, ef Philadelphia, hat granted the Injunction tppliediSsr acainst the Union Pas senger Kallroid Company running itreet can o Sunday. Twenty-seven thousand immigrants haro ar rired at Qaebec since the opening; of navigation t...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 14 October 1866

VBTjiiiiiTa STJNDAY, OCTOBER, 14, I860. THE CITY. !l To AdrcrtUcra. Qnr lam eireaUtlon compels ns to to torress at an early hear every night, and hereaftlT ad vertisers must have in their favors before S o'clock rittv These that come after that bwr cannot be plaeedunderlhe properly el aEcd headings. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CHUROH OP THE ADVENT. (Episcopal.) South VineStreet. Servieesat 11 a. u. Sunday g School at a. u. Seats Free Wednesday - Tnrnlngs. enter a. u. FI EST CUMBERLAND PRBSBYTERIAN CHOltCIMTerttWoSummertrett, cor. Cum land All or, between Cbnrch and Bread streets. Iter. A. J. Baird. I). I) Pastor, may be found in vts-otiico in xnml pan ot tne Lauren annngtha . week from 3 to 6 r. M. Service attwKAili. and 7K-1". K. The services tS-day. morning and evening, will be directed to the benefit of the FrSSfpRHSBYTERIAN CIIORCII, Sontheat earner of Church andSnmmeritreeta.ReT.lt. F. ifnnttng, l'astor. llesidence at the 1'arsonagO) . - Hammer street. Services at VM x. v. and 8i r.it .S...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 14 October 1866

.. THE .HEAVENLY SECRET, Mr. Gsobob Coorrn sends this stately and ruttalned poem of the grave theme of Immor tality Doe the dark and soundleea firer Stretch so wido The homeward-rolling tide Over wbjyh bavo eroded Oar lovea and.c&rly lost, ThVtb$Jr uiisealed eyes may never tte, rhffarthwidc, . Where still amid this celL&nd misery Wo hide? Is the realm ef their trilui lion ' ClosB'atJiand 1 ' - To this ,eurjl vine land? Nearer than we dream T Can they cateli tho el ram Of onrimilos ad hear I he wards we speak ? And see eurdeeds T And looldnefleeperthan oar eyes mar seek. Oar need? Do they mingle in otir gladness ? Do thezsnevo Whenijrayi ef good wo leave? , Do they knew each thought and hope? WhHe wo In shadows crone. Can they hear the, J? ataro'a high behest, YotlMkraepewer To UiA Us frsra earlll or to arrest ' The hoar? - -",- When they find as bowed in Borrow Do theyjjgh? "Or when the efcrth jasses by Kor them, da they To net The eares that here beset Their well beloved? O...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 16 October 1866

DAI LI AMEKHiA.N. OSce, Ukwx An AewA3 Htoefci euraer -SUlTORf A PKOPKIETORS. Church and Charrr Jt-. ewwtt the Put WCc Pally . . $14 yHef4a tit various counties of the, Trf-Weeklr, 7 Week riecttpeelaUy desired. ll eowiminieatfous hould bo addressed to the t?"KHtorijC IhctskiR xxn Auebjoax VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. TUESDAY,-OCTOBER 16, 1S66. INO. 299. Proportionate rates fat shorter perieds. SuhsriptlenslTariaHyte advaaee. tm wm m l a m 1 h-n . r 4Ti5eSDA'V, OCTOBER 16, 188C FROM ROnnitTSOX COUJSTY. Correspondence of the Union and American. Sebixofield, Oct 15, 1865. Nothing of interest Las occurred in our timet count for some time part that would give jour corres pondent a subject upon which to write any thing interesting to the many readers of the Uxion jlsb American; but at our October term of the Circuit Court there has been two cases tried, the result of one of which es pecially, cannot fail to be read with unusual interest brail lovers of justice. It will be remembere...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 16 October 1866

""saw: 1 t I s Uumt an wwim. "EC BUHtoGTOH & COT BY Pally, 81 t Tri.W?cklyt 87 1 WcoMy, TBESDAX, OCTOBEIt 18, I860. Dr. Jo. XL 3Xn thorns, of Edgefield, is our astheriied agjnt to receive and receipt far th Uaiex asg Aheeicak. ., - OUR OUTSIDE 1?AES. Fibst Page. From Robertson const' The Pluiideriagef the outh, Testimony from an Un-j exFeeux11iJ.uar1cr-7.21r. tnseoLS a A'oiiey oi net ttt&nt A Storing Appeal, etc BwTfiPAaE. Slt Lonesoood on the ran ts YankHfeStorrof a Hone, etc ' ' . ITEMS OF UE.VER.Vr, XEiVH. GOLD in New Yerkyesterday at JjU. It ii stated In the papers that the New York Central raHread b about to import enough steel rail from England to relay two nillcf of track. So ord er tojtest tbeir durability. Biabeeoakd passed through Washington Fri ' Atrfea tati-T South. . . , . A member of the Canadian Cabinet stated tbattue troops sent'tbero from England were in tended for mere serious oeBtingeneies than those presented by Fenian raids. General Boyle hai resigned ta...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 16 October 1866

r TCESDAT, OCTOBER 10, 1808, 2 THE CITY, To Advertisers. Oarlarroeirealatien compels us to so to press it BOea4rbar nrery Bkht. aad hereafter ad vertiscnhnust baveln their ravers before S o'clock r. h. These that oeme after that hoar cannot be placed nnder the properly classified headings. Til REA.TEXED UPKI8U0 OF THE JSXQKOBS Bad Men at the Bottom Or it. Con- sideraWefexoiteweBt prevailed in the city yesterday afternoon and last night, by rumors ofiatoantemplated oulbrcak byjtlincgroen, The first intimation the city authorities had of the contemplated -violence, were through the Executive Department or the State. Well founded rumors had, it appears. : ' .reaiked the officials at the Capitol that the " negroes 'were in a state of intense excite- -smcntjn censequenee of the recent arrest of .V 3 e . - Y csiorea 7acranis ana uieir cuuuuviuciii. iu ''''thVworkhouse. Letters were also read in the'churches (colored) on Sunday, nightahat i wlhe "negroes confined in the workhouse for VAgra...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 16 October 1866

KTJT XOVUXGOOD, X TITE PCRITAX YANKEE. 'TowtrfBl oraaryltoole, Geosoi, powerful "eroary." Fof the TJnlon and American. The rale, parojjmritanyankee baby, haa a naik like a genre!, afoot like a glut, an a belly like a mllldci'tTdnim istdi "lie gits - his eyes open at five days, while uther pnrns Lev to wait sine, an' long afore that time he leams to listen ove a night, for his mam's Rnorin, -when he sneaks in to suck on the sly, not that he's hougry for he's got tbo usual yankee mess ore bilcd starch, hot becaze stolen meat is sweet even this yearly, to the blue. Mine, scrawny young trap maker. He hog cheated hia mam, wifoatevw so I guess he'l make a average yankee, able to keep np the faraerly name, an' perhaps invent a cod hook,r afllothcspin. From that night on, the varmints whole life is a string ove cheats straight along, never reslln, never missin ontil the clock's wore out an the cords broke. As the dorg vomits, as the mink sucks blood, as the snail slimes, as the pos sum sham...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 17 October 1866

BDITO&S A PRUPKIKTok.-. VoTajkr eommunicat coetatningiotw e iftmtertADtjin, clt tiled (rum any nuimfer. News letters firm tin various counties ef the si ate especially de? Irc4. veeauinnieatioBSsaealdbe addressed to the Keittini of the Vmax axd Axexicax." WBDNESDAT, OCTOBER 17,tlSCC. Southern Loyalists' Address WKite-Mcn except f,Loyalist3"neitlier to'Voto or :Hoia Office. EGKO SUFFRAGE. Mill to. rj- OrgnnlzntloiiN or 'Lojnr' (White; nndjBInelc to hold fut ' ' Political1 KlioAtlon. " Disfranchised 'Whites to lc Taxed- to l'ny for the Destruction of their UbcrllCN. SrmsapiBLD. Ill Oct. 11. 7b Ike Loved .1 wjwe of ie unuta Olata: uc underxigned members of 'the commits almoin tod bv ihn Convention of Southorn I-yalist. latolv as- Betablod iu Philadelphia, to visit the tomb 01 our martyred i'rosident, Abraham Lin- col as a testimony of the admiration and affection with which the Union men of the South remember his ginelo hearted patriot- jam, nave discharged tliat duty. The en thusi...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 17 October 1866

BY P. C. JPffNIgGTOff & CO. Dftllr, 911 Tri-Weehlr,87; WcrUIy. tZ. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17, IS66. Dr. Jo. B. aCothewa, of .Edgefield, i our I : i .m) ( rMNT uni reeDt for th-1 IQlUVlliW .... - rsios .-sD ackiu. m OCK OCTSIDE PAGES. Fjkst PAQC-5outhernLoyalista' Address The Courie of the South-Deplorable ConaiUon of Iho Negroes, Fockth Pint-Battle ef the Handkerehiefs Brstis as a Preacher, etc'.i - ITEMS OF GKNEUAE XETYS. -flow clwedJnjNeir York yesterday at K9. - Tho North American Lloto's New York and Bremen Steamthjp line Jim been gelled for debt. -Baron Stoeckxx, Ihe Russian Minister at Washington, hit been recalled. M. BoDtSCO, an attache of the Legation. takes bii place tem porarily as Charge d'Aflalrs. A Washington dispatch tcsti The city is at .ml crowded with Southerners, and every day brings a number of fresh arrival. A number of Southern ladies have also arrived. The tone of Washington joelstr u becoming gradually eouia erniied, The amount of National Bank currency is sue...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 17 October 1866

. . jl!. . ' . fc- r .( III II -lltr-l, mil WiaMMlllM.aMM Itofijm luixt nuxxmx. vVKDXKSDAV, OCTOBER 17, 1SOO. THE CITY. - i To Advsrtlscrsi. Oar largo circulation compels us to go to pre at an early hour every night, and hereafter ad vCTtiseriJmuilhaveln tneirfavors before $ o'clock r. m. Those that come after that hour cannot be placed under tho properly classified heading!. KATKS OF ADVEKT1SINCJ. fcetorif the morning' pa'persortfiuff0' Davi' 529; Charles Hanmer, S14 J Tv P. Tti r.rnu city, for the purpose of establishing uulfonnlty in the rates of advertistes. hare, agreed.npon the ollowing Uble of charge, ud obligate tbem elves hereby to abide by the same, to take effect frota tils date: TnJ'uxts ijE'tcafl'To cos wmrt e x sqoass. Square, 1 day. (I 09 each udd'I insertion $ 50 Square, 1 week, 3 fl eaeb, addl square 2 00 Square. 2 weeks. C 00 each add 1 square 2 50 Square, 3 weeks. 8 00 each add'l square. S SO OKK TWO THBKE VOVTR. VOXTH. MONTHS. quare - saw t iz uu $ii uj II w 17 0...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 17 October 1866

BATTLE OP THE XIAXDKEItCITIEFS. ronoHT.prDAj. rsBEOABT 20rn. ISO, at jckw Written for the Et. LonU DaUe Txaa. Of all the littles, modern or old By poet snng. or historian tola: Of all the routstbat ever Wcre seen From the dy ofSAHont to Marshal Tokrkxse; Or all the victories later yet won. From Waterloo's field, to that of BulJ Run, All. all. inntt hide their fading light In the radiant glow or the handkerchief fight. And npeanofjoy mail fill the land, When they hoar of tkt dtxdi qBasks' band. 'Twa o I the levee, where the tide 01 Father Misstssipplsfiows. Onr callantUds, their country ' pride, Won this sxcftt vtct&r? o'er her foes : Tour hundred1" Rebels'' -were to leave That moraine for Secesela shades : ...... When down there came (you'd scarce believe) A troop or children, wive and maids. To wave fanv ells, to Hd God speed. To shed for them a partinc tear. To walft them kisses as the meed Or praiso to soldiers hearts most dear. They came in hundreds; thousands lined The stre...

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