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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 18 May 1876

V ''''. V-f ' "'. -.'. " f r . r- , . ! ' ... ' . -. . nil - OUR COUNTRY FIRST AND FORESIOST, BE JUST AND FEAR NOT. V i G ft EEN VI 5L LK TKNNESSEE - THURSDAY MAY 18, '7a. NO. o. Ml I, , iiirri)Aiii . . Among . thd' Uemocra.i t I ll II' I 3 nfliere has. Ien no" expr. hsiou of ' ujuuiou.in 'Kentucky. Theonly . settled Jdea in that Kentucky " wan u a,. straight-out Democrat, and will tolerate ,no further at tempt at compromise in the party". (Jndejv these ""circumstances the' ... iMilicy of the Democracy 'is clear. Reform ia tlic only issue that ought - tu.1)e presented, and the currency jn.('stioii should be; subordinated Z -or.sUIIcd. Tins view is eluucri by - f.omp'of the most prominent men' oi . the State. They naturally want a : AV.fi s to i n man,' but they are not wil i linjr to abandon tried. Democrat , nnvtlH-rivloriu. bs(ue( , for , any 'VquivocaT tiifiiiilAtc? cr'hi'DW'-wl theories' of finance. '-"'. - ;' , A ,tirket" composed of Tildkn and Tiil'rma "would he the" most 'jwe...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 18 May 1876

FKUDI3AND DK LttEPS. . BV JAMES I'ARTOX. ; ,He built the'" Suez CanaJ :j" nl M-aut (list such a man to rouse the iAtnoricaii people to the work of ,jerietratins the Issilnmis of D.uii'ii. The Suez Clival, con Hi-cling Ine Mediterranean with tins lied Sea, is one hundred miles Ion;:, a hun dred yards wide, and hvMity-Mx feet deep; it required lVuii tccn years, and cost tiveive millions of poutuls sterling. Jt is tut mostly through very wet swamp and very light Rand, and the thief difficul ty was to keep it from caving and filling jn. The Darien canal, on the contrary, if the Isthmus is cut at its narrowest part will he about thirty two miles long, and will re "quire a ship-tunnel a hundred and twenty five feet high and seven tmles long through solid rock. Before the war, the most reasona ble estimate of the cost of such a -canal was eighty millions of dol 4ars. If the work were done in the best manner, with the men under military discipline, and the best anitary measures adopted, it ...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 18 May 1876

Til K MTI'ATIOK. Tliort: ltai iwn'er Imj. ii any rrt fifiitiul tli'(t 01 aiiue the n of tin: (Jmviiim-nl in lik-h i ii I opinion liut Ihm'U m ijn t letic in rt'j.'""' to cantliihUi as - tt i the evo uf the appi oucliin i-hiii pii'ii. In nil pr ceiling iiistuiiti v i.' i lioiri' ol cuii 'iUte li;ia Lieu sharply ilelltml month previous Tlii. auplias cq'ially to the Itt-pui i:rnn ami Di'inocrutic p.ntien. li h tin- natural result of lite flutes ttutti ntleiiiptin;; to follow, instond of to lead, public opinion. The (hThou leHfit obnoxious to tlii cnt i Mtm HceiiM to be Tildes', hik! it it lircuufie lie in one of the few oid-fusbioin'd DemoeratH who rep resent a principle. The mot unlient point of hi. strength is that lie hau not only dared to he a re former, but lias been succcaaful. JiRfSiw is trying the same career, liar, will probably bo thrown over hr hi- p;irty. The expulsion of Twkeo from the country and the nnpprettbioii of the canal rinj; attest the vigor of Tildkn, but the con...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 18 May 1876

Sht Uniou anflmtrtfau. Orernt,villctri,eno., May PreUer,t, ALLEN. G. THURMAN, of Ohio. -x-J TIICW ware. Will this couDt..i(JliJnJ prt the others in appointing home one to prepare a Historical Addfqssj to Greene Co.inty, to be delivered on thoiiCTJuiy our Centennial birth-day. 1 1 ..'.r-'-T Ilox Ricnnu Cjee, Th. lias been elected U. S. Senator, in the place of Hon. M.' C. Hnmilfon Rep., whose term expires the 4tli or March next. Conventions for Claiborne .'and Sullivan Counties enclose' j the course of Ifon, Wm. McFurlari'd on the first'Mfljiday of H1J3 month : and placedqj on nomination for e-clcction. . :: "We hope4, o& peoj j-'ls will &tur j the finance question a little more closely. ItfA"$'m that Something be done. Congress baa failed to to give any'r'eXjcf. It is: time the people shoutako the subject in Land. Wk nlaccrat'our mast head this week, theiilames of our candi dates for "the .t Presidential race. From, present indications it would give iroro general satisfac ti...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 18 May 1876

- V t : t , IK II .IIS OK HBSCJIIPTIOK. On copy. '' yvas fix months r..W'.'-n i .mi SV. pn-tag pre jiftlH by publNhi-r. . ,' - ) 3 i ' I L 1 ADVIJUTISIXCi UATKN, i V . . 4 ., ' Urn I ifl J , i Kin: lAi. contract mad with Local Ad vrriHi" ami Advmi-ing A. cut. i. i , ' i x i t Li!t "it Kasnino Nnn-e l wns line iirt tn-.ei'i.ioii K -lilcmuK Iumt. t i on , 0 ci1 1 ! i n-i-fl im ; ' cents fnurt U n . iiii-cci'ding insertion f-r six month ,r lc tiiii; "' One Week, tt inches or Iw-.t-pai-e, per inch,. v' f 1 Mi. ) " more limn rt,' " .' . ' ' f )l " '"' " , " I'.', " ' , ' ms '" ' " " 18. " " 6i i !1 Two Week, I f. inclus or less xpnee. pe 12 " " more than , inul), , 60 ".j a. : ....... -.1 18,. , One Hlviilli, H inches or less spac,, p r inch,. . . 2 2?. 1 75 12 ' iiwi iiiHu , : , . , . Is " V ' , ' " 12. .' 1 25 1 W) Thee Month. Bu-dness Cards. .' '..'..' $1 M f, inches r less stmcr. per inch 2 65 , 12 " more than , ' 1H ' " " 12, " 95 " ' ' " ' "18, " SIX HIOMtliK, .,, lillSHIPSH Card ;...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 18 May 1876

frpA Amendment to Ibe Slats ('NtthailAN. By virlue'ol'vhrii pVovfuion f jo'nt : CHulution wni adopted tr the lust jfrislturc rrp6in;4iiitta ntiu l.er of cMmutultonal ami'ndnH:nt which rernnin an the journal wit i:ip the action of the next Legisla ture. Meanwhile, the uiiimkI merits ure being publisliedj far (lie rt-qui-ite aix months preceding the' No vember election, io order that vnt era may instruct their reprewnta tivea wlat ut(oo to take in next Legislature. The amendments proposed, ,re m.ultifriouH, and' as c'X jxuWUcatton- lias I en ordered in tle tnehty-five Senatorial di iligtncU, w wilt t'onflne ourselves lor the present to a condensed (summary: The tfj-ht extends the term of the General atsi mlly from two years V four year. Tlie &ec(vd abolishes the exemp tion fiom taxation of $1,000 worth of pvaierty in the bauds of each taxpayer, The- third expunges the clause vhich prohibits the State becom ing "owiitir'iui tvLulc cr in pari, cf any liauu'; s : The lonrth would ext...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 18 May 1876

I ttabn Wftflarc l(VXrv;r. A f iiiiu W-Joiyiiii t",M'H,!vin tit .uL 1 "J MiiiN.wnilu.il W i tn u'llUcr hwie.wttij. jnul lHt , l;i r Mubl im: iu guuiuil- tJ tak" viie !' ili.-ir. i WuifV I n irtnilici ' was truiiw .1 ft ui liiiYniuii niifii-- I on tljf Hci'iii'.' :)iu1, i'!iiu j tli. i-'iiM, :i)(ron-liiH :tn licnii to fun lie it. . Tin1 rhi'l'l Wit allowed tn i:irl;ik(! il' tli.- IfTiii.iou'd ni,lk liidi iKiihil it uf lipy )" ti l. fur its iiioiiierV When llic luuthei ivtunii'il. lie. :iotu;ct (but therliibl r:i cart' fully covered with b-.-ive. 4ll ll.i'l lost Its IllltlCI. '11 1 1 K With ii lor M voiiil day before, the mother eould asKCftaiueil who per loruied the iiittliait Will net. When llio mother did liml out thf iloi'r. hlu' induced the men nt tir tri lit' to lie in wait fur the' baboon the tu'Nt d:iy. The .itiimsil noticed tin men raNc their weapons to (in, siuil begun to wave her hand or .nw, ii k if asking Uiem not to kill tier, and, at the saniet me Hintiu: to the yoiiuir...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 18 May 1876

1 4 riV ". Jr : '; : Mail Ttm, No. !, Wcst : ' ' . Arrivei.....r i...Vu8, a. u (' .:' Depart 7: 8, a. m. Mail Trais, No. 2, East : j Jr. r Arrives . .......... ,'. 7:S. Ihn lfprU .V..1...1. J .-7:51. r. m. I'ABSCNSKR 1AI.V; JdO. , V:ST: .. ; Arrives. t 1: 1.1, r. v i Departs....... ........ if. 14, v. m: Pasaivoer Tract, No. 4, Uast: . "; Arrives ..; a. m. ,1 .Depart ............... . f:37, a. . i rMIOT TRA1K, X. 5,"ViT : Arrirei, ........ M:U,a. m. 3 kpftrti.i............-... 12:21, a.m. . Ficimr Trair. Ne. 6. ast: V .ArrlveR. . P. -l' iCIl'l. ...... .....-- .. o.n. - ..: - . r.i. i i ' "j. jj JfHiSUSCEMESTfi. hl. T. v) ,1,, j . , i. I. .. 1 mm win li ,lw ,.. . i i .. . I r. ; n. v iJVa.r -tWhoriretl wwl reqnestel t- 4 ' " ' ,""XnixnfiJahii!ne t 'JOHN. ALLISON J": '" , "Jr, a ca,Midate for Senator -of ' the 1st JTpjl. SHERIFF,. i. wl t ' tW tr nuthorizpd Jirnl requpRted to an t" 1 ui" "nmincethoinme of W. 8. WHITE as a '2 ; j U.foandidale fin .re selection to the office of Mierlff ...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 25 May 1876

- -, " - - - T- . 7 - , - ."-.-";. , ' r i . . At- r i' i I3UUS& OUR COUNTRY FIEST AND FOREMOST.-BE JUST AND; FEAR .NOT. '.J r j.r.i t.4 'I - ! ,i V. .f.O-'.H' GREBWEVILLE, TEMISrESS2J"EJ, MAY25, 1G7G. - - r-l '9 ' . t i rt- Hill 1 ('.' 1 .. , ' .1 " .'..., I ' . ' ...... i Q 1 ' . i -. . t . j . ' .. i -i i ....... : if i j . : :-1 ! She TLlevcs h Lreidani .', .' BXPOICBI OV TUB tXSCALITIU fcF IDE CUfcTOH IIOCSK RING. Wapeikoton, Mrf 18.TW elect committee on Federal ifEci in Louieiiti held a ecrtt leekion to-dj, it ubich tbe Chairman re ported tbtt Le bad applied to tbe Attornepr GeoeraL, at direct a J .for. immoni) for tbe itneiB! Seelye, and that officer bad requested tbat : tbe application be made fa. irrjt fog. Tbe cctLmittce tben eimi k ined O..W. Ferguson of New Or- j., lea til, an tmplojee in tbe Custcm Ilocse at tbat place, wbo , testifi- " Was evploved in tbe Costom LlouM ftbeo 1 left New Orleans . ... . to ccat liere. My purpose in " - coming bre vrai to expoie aome o...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 25 May 1876

: r rrrr j j ' . - . . .-.;r' v .For Prtf tytrm jjULIK.G. TlIURMAT, of .Ohio. -THOMAS. A. BAYARD, of pelt-war. Judicial Convention CaUed, " At Ujepqufst of many leading Penocrsts fcil ConaervAtives to woua countiea of lha jFiratu dicial Circuit includinc several "members of &oU jEfeijiitiTeB.Com jnittees of ,tfie FirtA Congressional. jLhsirict; jina Deng layaiiea mat uchii' the wish of tfie .yarou jQo,uniy Committees and of our people, in the matter, in order to promote harmony and ,pnite our strength, I hereby calljuqn the Peir.ocrat,p p.n4 CorifeviUivejs )4.i.jpg1c, Hawkins, Sulhvao, Car tter, Johnaen, Unicoi, Washington and Greene to send delegates to a Judicial Convention to be .held ioj J'Miesbor.mjh, on Thursaay, une; ,22nd, 1876, at 10 o'clock. A H r to nominate a candidate or J,idg" of snid Circuit, to be choaen at the ensuing August election. 1 E. 0. Reeves, Chm'n Dem. Ex. Com. 1st Cong. DUjrict. .. " Way 25tb,' 1876. The Miannnri Recuhlicans 3e- clared for coin, or pap...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 25 May 1876

b:. u r ; TEUnt Off CBtfHFTI05.. n copy.'.oni y4r,.",-fr........ t.00 " " si months....,.. J.00 " " three .80 ill poitaga H-)HityiPUblibber1 etcuivtrcU mU with Loral Ad- aod AdverU-dnjf A;tnU. n 'CiaMxo .Nanus 10 eents line first im line first iMevbn ; A cnU ttcond Inser- li un ; 6 4n t Ui i rrt. iur tio n ;- 6e n Is f Hi lib nd MCdb'tt insertions' foislx' month r Jsss lime, ." - . . 1 t f sUches or less space, per inch r f i II on 12. " 1 1 " M 18, -Twr Week, 60 - bchti or lew ace per loch tl 80 is " mor.tb.no.'" i ss J8 ' n. " .... l oo 5 18, " .j... .if I 9 tnchcj.ftr 1cm tpnet, pr inch,. . . ,2 -48 12 roorivhanU, .... 1 76 M r , , 18. ( .... 1 25 ,5 " " " " 18. " .... 1 00 CrjftO Bfttntlis, Budaesi Cardii. : .v. ; . .". ; . . . . 3 80 6 inch! r lei space, per inch,.. . .S 66 more than 6, ,,,.1 wi 18 5 A (I .....I 70 ......1 i " 18. vTI;t,5fj!Mx niAifciV-' ( v- m l BnstneisCardi...', . ........ ,..,.6 00 8 inches or less space, pef inch,. . . .4 00 m4 than 6, . . . .8 60 18 15 oo...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 25 May 1876

" 1 W ' ' ' glard Tl"r Frelg- Trade' There is tome tatiefactioo, after all, jd reviewing fortign trade uuticu lor 1875, in learning hat we boBght ?100,OQO,000M lees of for'ign goods and expor ted 9100,000,000 more of Ameri can product! in the joar Ihun we did in 1872, and that these facts .are lee i) I j fait and appreciated ttj British econoraints. In search ing for the causes ol a decline in the export trade of Great Britain forthe past few years,1 the Bri tish Trade Journal sajs: 'Passing bj the decline in our Eastern trade, the discredit of Turkey, and the ver great de .cnase in' the bujing power of , Egypt, and calling to mind only incidentally the giddy dream of wealth from which Germany airokf only to find herself weak enedin credit, we come straight to the arch - offender America. The United States bought from ibe reet of the world Xl 10,000, 000 worth of goods in 1875 bich i X22.000.00J less than they bought in 1872; attd eide by side with these figures we find those re'ati...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 15 June 1876

- f YM': If! :?( c it. . r t) f J :J1 OUR COUNTRY FIRST AND FOE feilOST. -BE JUST AND FEAR NOT. i 0.5?TEY, TBNESSEU, J-TTITE, 15 187G. NO. 8. 1: m W M 1 ' I S ' :-- : v ' V -' . t J--.;. I : i : ' .-. ' .... i .'. . i. : . : ' ' ' ' -V .... ! w I, ' 4) i o . The C'e of Mr. Kerr. , : -fiptaker Kerr might be ptrdoBo d C .kikid: jeettrdty, with tome bitterneai, whether there u BO tecogoitioo on'this iMe'of the rare for to upright life, and no protection in a ipotlen reputatico ''llehaa bten more than twruij ; years in public emplojment, and . , it letriug his fifth term in Con i grot, and scandal haa never been dubt with his name till now, nor ' haa the moit unscrupulous of his pprooentfl, iri , f the t many . sharp , , pouucai corneals wuicn ot nas i taken part, ventured to impugn - his iritf gritjrl ' He has bten sur rounded by temptation and has t lived in the midst of corruption, but men of both parties have agreed that he was one of the few politw ' cians in Washington whose' scru...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 15 June 1876

V 4 OrnTiU.TesnJan 13. fat fmitot.. ' i ALIJ1N. P. THURUAN, of p'ia " - . . v '. For ruH-rrvideni. f JJQMAS. A. BAYABD, of Delaware. Judicial Convention Called. At the requeBt of iaany eading Damoerata and CoDBerTatiyes in virion, counties of the Firt Ju dical Circuit mcludinc several mumberB of both Executives Com mittaes of the First Congressional District; and being satisfied that inch ia the wish of the various County Committees and of onr oeonle. in the matter, in order to promote harmony and unhe our strength. I hereby, call upon the TWocrats and Consevatives ol Hancock, Hawkins, Sullivan, Car ter, Johnson, Unicoi, Washington and Greene to send delegates to a Judicial Convention to be held in Jonesborough, on Thursaay, June 22nd. 1876. at 10 o'clock A. M., to nominate a candidate for judge of swd Circuit, to be chosen the ensuing August election. E. CRekves, . Chm'n Dem. Ex. Com. lit Cong. District, May 25th, 1876. , . at Gov. Hates, of Ohio was notu inated for the Republican ...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 15 June 1876

TKBHS OF VBtfCftirTiO. a copj, on yr(.. ...,.r.... $100 " al a months 1.00 " " thrta ,. ,60 All pottags pra paid by publUbett. ADVEUTISIH0 BATES. . SricuL contracts mado with Local Ad vsrtlars and Advertlilng Agents. Local oa Riadiho Notice! 10 cents a I1d first Insertion; 8 eeoU second Inser tion; I cents third lotertlon ; t cenli fourth and succeeding Insertions for six month r ! tiaia. WMk , 5 iachaa or lets apace, per Inch,. , . .11 00 II - - snoratbaaS, " ... 76 m .. . 2 - ee 18 M ., ,g ,0 Tw Week a. - Iachaa or leaa apaco per loch,.... $1 60 U wura than 6, 44 ;!. 1.88 II - li. " .... ! 00 . " " " V .... 1 Ob Mautb, laches or leas apace, p-r inch,.... f 2 U II - " mora than 8, - .... 1 16 it - " m - li. m: h 1 ' 18. " .... 1 00 Tha Mtathi. Bualaaaa Carda $3 60 o Inchea ? lea apace, per inch,.'. . .2. 8 J 11 " mora than , ....i 00 II - " 18, " ...A la l " " M " 18. " ....t IX 11 on I ha, Builness Carda $ 00 laches or lr apace, per inch,. . ,4 00 II ' " tin r tlian . " , f,;i (0 ...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 15 June 1876

i- -l : , Of w k JVEB UGH A DNEZZA R. . f BT IKWW ItbilELb' . Tin! JfelVuclindnVrzar whoa, ishl (f Wijr Ujou trjjnVio go, tnh :; K; I'd nah you for t know, tab, t-linldin' ol de Iina. t , Tnu bttter itop dat pranrlo'J v- You'ti pow'ful lunJ oli tloricia' But I'll bet my jera adfancin' Dt I'll euro you Lo juural'met.t Lor-k licali, mule I Better rain' out . FuV t'injr you know you'll fin' out. How quick 111 wear (lis line out. Ou yourujr j atnMio'o liack. Ton'a needn't try to aieal up An lif dat precious heel up; Too,a (rot to plow dis fiel! up, ; You lias, rah, for a lac'. Dht dat'i de way to do it I , Iltt'icomio' right down to it t Jet' watch Lire plow in' t'roo it 1 " Dlsnlguer ain't no fool. Borne f ilkidey would V beat him; Nw, dat would only heat him J f now jea' liow to treat In m: You mm1 reaion wid mule. He minds mc like a Digger. It he waa only I Iurit. Ilo'd ("ich a might; figaer. . He would 1 tell you 1 Yes, sab I Ate how lie keep a clirkin' I Jle's ft gentle a a chicken...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 22 June 1876

1" Ml T OUR COUNTRY FIRST AND FOREMOST. BE JUST AND FEAR NOT. VOL.. VIII. O-IiE'BlT'EVIIiliB, TENNESSEE, J"TJ2STE, 22 1876 NO.9. 1 f j I o mmm '. ' I I I fcim v - -,- If M'lii , ,4 si i , Wellington Knocked Down. In 1754, Washington, then in command of the Virginia Rangers at Alexandria, awaiting the arriv al of Gen. liraddock's troeps,sup ported Mr. Fairfax, in an election conteft for the House of Burgess sea, against Mr., afterward Colo nel, Wm. Payne of the Contiret.t nl Army This se-'ms to have been one of those rare occasions when Washington's hot b'ood got the better of his peerless judgment F erce words psed between the two gentlemen,' in the Market Square of Alexandria, ending by an outburst of rage from Payne,in which he felled Washington to the earth. 'Iho llrngers rushed from their barracks and surrounded Puynn. but Washington, with calm dignity, dispersed thein. A duel esemed inevitable. On the follow ing day, however, Washington sent for Payne, and,extending his hand sa...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 22 June 1876

he tniou andtrtcrifaB. . Oreenevtlle, Tenn., Juno SO. For President, SAMUEL J. TIL DEN, of N. Y. For Yice-PrttUeAi. THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, of Indiania. asi - ForJuJge, t Circuit, lion. JOHN A. McKINNly. of Hawkins. j . For ten &or, 1st District: . JOHN ALLISON, Jr., of Wash inglon county. - E. II. Rollins, (Rep.) has been -elected United States Senator by the New Hampshire Legislature. Hayes may be, and doubtless U on honest man, but he is in desper- ately bad company, and deserves 'the fate of "old dog Tray" for consenting to cover: up tho foul ; practices and bold villainies of that rotten organization, tho Republi- can party. . . . Another ono of Grant's cabim t is gone. Bristow, Secretary cf the ' Treasury. What's tho matter now? - Any impeachment brewing? Alas! " wc fear that our country is bound to go to ruin for want of men who will cor.sont to hold (seats in the cabinet. Tho following, from the New York World, is suggestive: ."I don't know much wboutMr. Wheel- er," said Go...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 22 June 1876

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Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 22 June 1876

O 0 J. 00 5c CO GOING,-ADIEU. Dy?D.Blow!jdjlD(, Passing surely awcy; Coing. slowly going From life to day. Letting, surely leaving Tbis world of woe; , Going, sorely going From friend and foe. Winging, happily winging My way to tuo bright celestial chore; Going, happily going Wbere Borrows are no more. there, and only there. Weary mortals are at rest; Where, and only wbere, Spirits aro forever blest. Come, Ohl quickly come, Thou spirits bright and fair; And bear, quickly bear Me to my home, I go, willingly go, Tlut blessed peace to find; To know, gladly know, That -care 4s left behind. Farewell, forever farewell, Friends loviag and true; Eaikl hark the bell That tolls my last adieu. EGG-FLIP GEORGE. 351 -GINGER BILL. Efig'Flip George was a peaceful ma' Inrt Irinrl and uenerOUS t(X. But on a "push" would lead the Tan And fight tneDame uuougu But on a certain occasion He acted very bad And general was the opinion ' That be certainly was mad. He ripped and tore and scampered 'round, -'...

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