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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 24 October 1866

'sWfei,-j9.i,,v-i, a . , - . - rrir-nnrif j rmiimii.miii . i - - . . -.-T- - - ' ! -e. .mmmmmvr-v . . -. . f-.. IIWHIM IIMWIMMU UJ May wmm - and American: - ' " ." ' 1 . v v-t jL . ": - ' w ?ns PROPRIETORS. keerr-8t CtMtk an Oimjj sto Tri-TeeWy . 78t . a 90 VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNBSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1866. IV CtUlT i , i ,i t.,,,1, NO. 306. Propertfeeate rates fer iterpcril. " " 4KDU4Al SiSBS35 nXESDAY, OOTOKCU 21, 38C0. The Quebec Conflagration. -ITOCHBR DETAILS BY MATT,, MOXSTEHS .CDTTIXa THEIR. HOSE POU THunPOSC.OF MJTTIXO . TKK'TIKE SPRE.CD. it ' ' SOBBEES AT WOfK IN THE MIDST ,,0F THE PA'KIC.- TEBRIBMfLSOENES. The Calamity Owlup to Curclouincas." M Drunken Erom the Quebec papers of Tuesday. Since 'the memorable fire of 1S46, no more awful disaster has oecurredln Quebec, ana it is melancholy to contemplate the seri ous effects which 'it will have, more particu l!luy. At the close of a business season un paralleled for its dullness, with trade in a state of nearly...

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. — 24 October 1866

B g. c, BggNiffflTny & CO. PUr. U ; Trl.Wccki. t. Weekly,!. WCPSBSnAY OCTOBER 21, X800. uihttri(Ml ac?nttoroc4ve and receipt for ear th OOR OUTSIDE PAUEK. .. r,RP-lS--cUm of the Quebec Confiagra w-xao tenians. W f iPfc-Joo Lore Knot-An Ineident iVoelera Times, cle. ITDHS OP OKXEHAI, XEWH. -Gold eised In New York yesterday at U7 . iionj.jjiBe Gcthris, of Louisville, U seri ously rij 5 Homes Obeelct haimade.it is said, 8100.. OOOoctsfhJjhigterr. uanae tbe part year. 28,403 irallons oflairer ber were manulaetured in Milwaukee Cbiklbb Smtma. has joit been married, in liosion. to air. Alice Hoofer, dauchter of Jos xrtikx llisw of-thatoitr. The ZTemW Waihinsten ipeeial says there arc 'quite anumfeer of gentlemen here who are ursine parties in high place to make a formal da mana on tboUriUih Gereroment in the claims matter. President Johxsox. on invitation of & Catho lic toeioty, went to Baltimore on Saturday to be present at the clorinc session of the Plenary Coun ett. HeretBrnedt...

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. — 24 October 1866

a PXBSPAY, OCTOUER 21, 1800. 'Y. KATES' OP ADVERTISING. B rjranrinW. it of tea tnerninr yfor the putub nwnXa,.. r .a sir i " V . tho-rates of advorttrinr. itiii" r.T tmvD nerccu upon vne lJv ie I'-PY6 obligate thom- Itig LISB6 OB 1-r.ftS TO CONSTITUTE A S8AEE. square, l dur, Si TO-ech add'l insertion S 50 Juare, i weeK, W aeh add'l squAre.- 2 00 uare, 2 weeks. 6 00-eah add'l SQuare 2 SO Mre, 3 week,8 0-eaeh add'l square.- 3 50 OXE TWO THREE hosth. lfOXTiis. vamftH. 1 Square -3 V VI 3ttJ $14 69 2 Square TO IT UQ 09 3 Squares 17 G9 28 00 27 00 86 00 ouares. 32 0D IB 60 44 08 woo 56 00 62 00 as oo 11 , as uy 37 00 ,42 00 Soo 5? 00 82 00 7 00 72 00 77 09 82 09 87 00 98 00 87 00 1(K 09 107 00 112 00 117 00 moo 127 00 IS 00 117 00 142 00 147 00 12 00 117 00 6 squares .-..- 7 8 9 10 11 12 :u:u.e.-si-inaresiCC jus.rts.... inare,, 33 eo tern 41 00 480 at eg ST 09 flew 73 00 77 00 8100 95 00 29 00 W lit oo W6 00 108 00 1UK 117 00 124 00 1 00 inures 71 00 seoo 66 00 K00 93 00 104 00 110 00 116...

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. — 24 October 1866

valuta: - TIIEJI.OVE KSOT. . 'inr her bennei nn.W ?. Ti .r . " ringlets in. Sl'tP? her hoanet uader her chin, Boo tied a yeans man'i heart within. a3j.w' wP;iM,Ji'K together up the Jrill. . ASdBtJJUw' tho curha frolireemo raco. I 4it?TSfiiv hap? P11 colored W tt J w" nndlaughing, she tied them in. Under her beautiful dimpled chin. And i t blew a oelor, bright a the biocra or the pinkest fujehia's tossing plamc, Ths t e8r irawtoened ' r preU'wt OAin,tnnetHBderlr 5 eae tied a young man 's heart within. Steeper and steeper prow the bill Maddar, merrier, chiller ill, The Wetfera -wind blew down nnd played. The wildest trieks with tho little maid. As, tying her bonnet nnder her ofain. She tied a yaB man's heart within. Ob, Western wind, do you think it was fair. To play sueh tricks with her floating hair? To gladly, gleefully do your best 5 To blow her against tho young man' breast Where he as gladly folded her in, And kissed her mouth and dimpled ehin ? - Ob.SLKcr Vakk, yon little thoug...

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. — 25 October 1866

CO. BDIT0R5 k PROPRIETORS. New. irtSr Vll.r '!ite? fn)I? ttny wr- vJi 11 V 1 " various counties or tho ' aS?,nn.kMtti0M 8'noo,d be framed to tho CTHrtr,i the Uxmv in ,.., . taaiuffi - TnUttSPAT, OCTOREltg.1. 1S06. t Of1 OF PA1X' -'-WAX- , ...... aur wi'KEPOSE. From tho Charloston Courier. leaders exhibit the resolute 5r.Err - adImtt,ng "c Southern " "V-UI.U Jn 111 TlRrTlATITAT A I tm. ...... in order to change and mould the Constitu- m accordance with the precepts of their 2 V And yet, at Uie eamo time, they would ouues accept me constitutional UlUllUIUCIll. oaopioa, restoration would be as far off uocvur. Ubjeouonable in iteelf, on the tjiuunu oi principle and policy, it bears no promise of peace. It in, indeed, the Trojan ----- llo provisions arc concealed the utter overthrow of the Constitution as it if", and a subjection of these Commonwealths ioa yoKeand brand imposed by their own Tf - n , IT. 1 . . t . - " in uie interests oi re pose, it is intended for agitation, and de signe...

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. — 25 October 1866

BY T. C. DTONINGTOH & CO. l)Ally,814; TrJ.WeeUly, 87; Weekly, S3. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, ISOO. Dr. Jo.JB. Mnthcvrs, of Edgefield, U our authorised agent to reeeivo and receipt for th I'MOK iKC AJIBEICAX. OOU OUTSIDE PAGES. Fibst Plot The Constitutional Amendment, A l'repoMtion or l'ains. Penalties, and net of Repose Tto Fnwtrared Speealatien A New Dodge of the Frccdmcn, etc. Fodktii Piot. The Decadence of Mawaehu- cliMrtU-jaeJifh Colonists, etc ITEMS OP GENERAL XEWS. Gold e!lfe'fn New York yesterday at 117. The latest Washington advices deal are the retirement of Staxtox from the 'War Offieo cer tain beyond all question. A Trilrunt Washington spceial soys : "Gen. Sheruax has written to tho President indorsing his policy unequivocally, sustaining tho Presi dent's eeurao tinee Lee's so rr coder, and making no allniten to.tho amendment." - Mrs. BtrBBW-L Ctntinsanivt was lost on the Evening Star. She is the person who was sup. IKned to hare murdered Dr. Bcbdkll, in New York, in 1857....

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. — 25 October 1866

TircRsnA'r, octorpr 23, iscc. THjB .CITY. ; RATES OP ADVERTISING. .the proprietors oftho moraine papen of tin city, fortee-purpose of cjUblishlng uniformity in nf fid Vrtl.Infr !.... nen-juw-l Mun id ollowing table of charges, and obligate tbm- nvus uereey u astae uy mo satoc. to tako effect from this ditto: Square, 1 day, SI 09 caeh add'I insertion S Square, 1 week, X (fh-cneh addl square. : Squure. 2 weekf. G 83 eaeh add't square : Square, 2 weeks. S 00 eash add'l square. ; OKE MOSTH. 5500 U09 17 60 21 B0 35 09 29 96 M 60 S7 00 41 03 TWO THREE ilOXTHS. MOKTHS. 1 Square S Squares $14 00 17 00 TV W 20 00 32 00 38 00 44 00 SO 00 56 00 62 00 OS 00 74 00 80 00 SS 00 92 00 9 00 101 00 1W00 3 Squares 4 Squares 00 27 00 00 37 00 42 00 47 0f 62 03 WOO 02 00 67 00 72 00 77 60 82 00 87 00 92 00 S7 00 102 00 107 00 112 00 117 00 1S2 0O 127 00 lfe 06 1ST 00 142 00 147 00 162 00 1S7 00 a Njuares - 6 Squares..--. 7 Squares 8 Squares- 9 Squares, in Squares. 11 AntHLrM. 12 Squares St B 13 Squares ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 25 October 1866

hhww mu f&mtxxtm. the decadence of massaciiu . setts. It is a curioas illustration of the declining intellectual condition of Massachusetts that the President of the Trustees of the "Massa chusetts Agricultural College" has been forced to resign his position because the Commonwealth cannot furnish a quorum of trustees capable of understanding and doing the ""business oftlje' institution. . Thrs yearawgo the college was 'Inaugurated," wuE the usual displays of that rhetorical volu bility which marks the Massachusetts men of to-dav as it did the Byzantines of the Lower Empire After a great deal of use less expenditure, and much fretting of men's souls, Judge FiiENcn, ths President, now throws up Ms- position in disgust, and makes this pitiable confession : "Ave rtand at this moment with no syste matic plan whatever of the estate, working blindly at a single building of which the site is not yet fixed, opposing the views of the ablest men in the country, after admitting, by employi...

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. — 26 October 1866

P. O. DIJNNINGTON & CO EDITORS i PROPRIETORS. rr Voluntary eunleatfciEa. eentaiBineiatera C orlaspertajit news, srtfeited from any qaartr. aews letters Ire in tto various oearvtiasaf th s'we espeavair desired. H eoBuaanications should bo addressed to the tMiie-Nofthe-Uaios jlxd Amewoajc." Ill HI II i.l'LUIUMUUJUiajujajiu rniD.lY, OCTOBER 20, SCO. important from Washington .QUE FOREIGN RELATIONS. French Mexican Affiurs to be Brought iu a unsis. A-t Jt?retectorato to bo Estab- ':..,.. lished. rEiiEMPTORTiiiaiAarDoxExcLijfn FOR ISDDISITT OX ACOOU.VT OP THE AXiARASIA CLAIMS. Speeial Dispatch to the (Sneinnati Baqnirer.j Washington, October 23. 180G. Tlieatti tutle of this Government toward Mexico, and the condition of aflairs in that oowntrr, I'icviuuwy conimumcaiea to you, is lully confirmed. The French Government have asked for a delay of the time for the with drawal of the firet installment Of their troops, until the lat of January, with the promise that if this time ig granted i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 26 October 1866

ifltuan and gunman. BYP. C. DTJinflKGTOir & CO. Dnllx,814; Tr1-AVkJLr,87j Weekly, 83. riCIDAY, OCTOBER SO, 18G0. Dr. Jo. B. JlatlicwB, of Edgefield, is our authoritcd agent to receivo and receipt for th rK'lS 'SD AMEEJCA1C. OCR OUTSIDE IMG US. FitsT Paoe. Important from 'Washington Tho CanraM in New York From Emlth County Driving UnionUti from their Homes, etc Foitrtb PAGfc. An Interesting and Imposing Scene How tho High Tariff Works, etc. ITCH'S OF GEXERAI. NEWS. -Gold closed in New York yesterday at It'K- Secretary Bbowstxq !s going to publish a letter in opposition to the constitutional amend ment, contending that it has riot been constitu tionally passed by Congress. A call far the formation of "Constitutional Guards" is published in the Washington papers. They arc "to bo ready at all times to aid tho con stitutional authorities." A recruiting rendez vous has been opened in Washington. A fellowpretending lo bo a returned Califor nian, offered a lot of $6,000 worth of gold du...

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. — 26 October 1866

j rmpAY, octohhr 20, isoo. THE CITY. RATES OP ADVERTLSIXG. Tho rrsprioten ef the moruinr city, fer tho iraroase ef establishim tinman at UAt ei GSiao-iisuing nnusmttr fa the rates or advertising, have agreed upen the ollowing table of ehargps. and obligate tbwn clves hereby to abide by the same, to take effect from this date: TEX LINES OR LESS TO CO.VSTITPTE X SQtJAEE. Square. 1 day, $1 60 eaeh add'! insertion $ Square, 1 week; 3 50 eaah add! square 2 X) Square, 2 weeks. 6 W add'l square. 2 SO Square, 3 weeks, 8 09 eeeb add'1 square 3 50 05E MONTH. $ 9 00 12 00 17 00 SI 00 as oc TWO TEHEE VOXTHS. VOVTHfl. 1 Square S1Z 00 Z bqnaros- li W 22 00 2U 00 at oo 32 00 JS Squares 14 fequares- 27 09 51 00 37 00 42 00 47 00 52 00 woo Soo m oo ism 77 00 ee oo 87 00 h go 97 00 m oe 167 00 112 09 117 09 lSfOO 1W09 137 09 142 09 147 09 12 00 187 09 "5 Square- Jtj Squares. .7 .Squares- 8 Squires- 9 Squares- 10 Squares- 11 Squares 12 Sqaares. 13 Squares..- 14 Squarcs 15 Squares... 16 Squares 17 Squa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 26 October 1866

AX INTERESTING AND IJII'OSI.Va SCENE. Clone of the CntholIcNntlonal Comtctl Prcsidcnt Johnson Present. The Catholic Council which has been in session at Baltimore for a fortnight past, concluded ita labors on Sunday, and the ceremonies were broucht to a clone hv a crand celebration ofhighmasiin the Cathe urai. j. rcsiucni j oiisson was in attendance at the concluding services. He and his daughter and Mr. Waixack occupied seat at no great dirtance from the altar, and watched the proceedings with great interest, each being furnished with aprinlcd syllabus of the ceremonies, to which they referred from time to time. Archbishop Oden, of New Orleans, cele brated mass. The President and party seemed to be, particularly struck with the music, es pecially with the "alma virgo" solo, in which the fine soprano voice of the singer displayed wonderful sweetness, ixwer and flexibility. After mass, Archbishop Kekiuck, of St. Louis, delivered a discourse on the authority of the Church, taking for ...

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. — 28 October 1866

V. O. IUNATTV3TOV A CO tHUTtUtS v rnoiMtiKT"''. 'UuBtr cultwu'.l. itt l l. . nuuUlull'g .i.it, -I r iuHairtoMi: n , iiaJ rriu an' 'Urt r, w teller. Irrin ifci rarioo emintie f ttie te "iHsAally debited. i: Hatnanieattons saould be addressed to the Mtr of tho Ukiojt akd Aioibhhs." SUXDAV, OCTOBER 28, ISOO. Great Ratification Meeting, THE CIONMJRVATIVIIS IN COUXOII- SPEECH or JUDOKJOIIX H. ItltlEV. The ConveaUen of the friends of the National Onion at the Capitol ywUrday, was a great sueeeaa. In loint of numbers, the gal!rin wa. not as large oh could have bean desired. This no doobt was ow ing to the pestpenemont of the meeting from time to time. At preefcely 12 o'clock Judge John S. Dribs called the Convention to order, and Hon. Edmoxd Coopbb, of Bedford, was on motion of Judge Gaut, called to the chair. Mr. Coorun tlmnked the Ooaveulion for the honor conferred upon him in being called to preside over .the dolibcmtioni of the Convention, and although, the meeting tiu not large in rin...

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. — 28 October 1866

BY F. C. DTUfNUIGTON & CO. Dally, 814 TrKWecfclr, 87 ; Wcehly, 83. STO DAT, rCTOBEU 28, 1800. Br. Jo. B.13Inthcw, of BdscGdd, is onr nutWUed agent to receive and rceeirt for th I s ox . nb AmkmcasI ! ' ITEMS or GENERAL. XUWH. OolA doted in New York yesterday at HK lion. J. M. MasiiX, of Vircinia. Confederate (. utnuiiMiencr. cte., etc, has become a permanent resident of. Toronto, OauaJa. : The CTidence sbewi that the Evening Sar-was ea-worthy. She was not tea-proof. g, nsTtW ha been arrested in New Or leanf, charged with ahstraetine from the Provost V.nhai General's office. 80.000 in Louisiana ?tale bonds. They had a necro insurrection scare in 'Wasb.- Inzton City, a day or two since. A repart obtained curreney in New York on Thursday, that Hesbt Wakd Bekjhhb bad been assassinated. An tmpertant suit-in vol vine three hundred acres of land in St. Louts county has lustbeca d cided In the United States Cirenlt Court. A herd e-f blooded cattle was roeently sold in Eneland for SlO.OO...

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. — 28 October 1866

"iXxxliw mil mxitM. SUNDAY, OCTORER 2S, 1800. V X? H E CITY. 'CHURCH DIRECTORY. CHURCH OF THE ADVENT. (Episcopal.) Saelb VtnoStrcot. ServieesatllA. 11, Sunday CSiol at 7 Jl. W. SeaU Free. Wednesday mornlnirs. Prayer 9 i. ., FIRST PRRSBYTERIAN CHURCH. Southeast eerneror Uhurcn aoasmmerMree.ivev. iv. r. Bunting. Paelor, Residence at the Parsonage, 8amiPr strcrt Services at 154 A. si. and r.M Sears .Frre el Awft'. , ,,.... FIRST BAPILSX CHUROU, Iatwde Summer street, between Union and Deaderiek streets, ltev. l)r, U. B. C Howell. Pastor. Residence No. 11 North Summer (treat- Serviees atll a. ii. rjtl 7 l If SPKINU ifrRKET BAPTIST CIJURCH. Polk Avenue. Rev. U. W. Phillips. Pator. Resi dence at eemer Spruee ami Cedar street : Sr- OiniRROTRKBT IUPTIIsT CHURCH. Rev. B. I'etbi, Pastor, office In the basement of the ChHreh. Hours ol Preaching, every Sabbath at 11 o'eloek a. v. and V,i r. x. Sabbath fccbool 9 o'eloek a. m. Prayer meeting every Monday asl Thursday at 7 o'clock r. u. , rKWITIVT!...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 28 October 1866

GKOOEHIES,r-MQtJOBS &e. S, raTElTHAV. sr. wood ; WHOLESALE GROCERS DEALERS IS FINE BRANDIES, WINES, DOMESTIC LIQUOES, TOBACCO, CIGARS, etc., etc., Cor. College and Church St., XASIIVILLE, TENN, KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE 100 bant choice Eio Coffee. , 126 libis Crusuod, Powdered and Granu lated Suptr. ' 140 bMe Coflec Sugar. 50 " Mackerol, No. 1 and 2. j 25 " " No. 3. t 160 kiU " No. 1,2 and ?. 200 boxes Star Candles. 125 " Soap (assorted.) 5'Tierccg fresh Rice. , 25 blfla Cider Vinegar. t j C50 " Extra Family Flour, Spring field and Fort Royal Mill. 100 bbla, bbl and kega country Lard. 5 tierces Dried Beet ' , 50. bbls N. O. Molasses and Syrups. 50 bbla Sorghum Molasses. 10,000 buibels Cotton Seed. , Together with an assortment of FRESH CANNED FRUITS, tvau is Strawberry Reaches, Tomatoen, PIcWch, Sardines, Oysters; Brandy.Pcachcs, and Cherries, Worcestershire and Pepper Sancc, Spices, Pepper, etc, etc. LIQ-TJOBS. ivnwnicT Trnirir abe llennoscr. Otard. Duwsv & Co.. ...

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. — 30 October 1866

JUUNNINGl! OA A EDITOR PROI'lllKToRK V olnaUry ceinmonieat'eBs. containing lateral s or iiaertant nrwi, xHtited from ur quarter. Nw letter frctn tbo various counties of the -'Htc cspeoially desired. Jl insuileations-aould bo addressed to the ' ' Killter of the Umios asd Americas." w-fwm.Mii i ii jiJiLfg-wwkutjj.i.wajAJtai TUESDAT, OCTOEER 30, 1SSG. THE FENIAN TRIALS. Continuation of Proceedings. Another Prisoner Sentenced to be Hung. AnrAttempt to be Made to Rescue CoL Lynch. .Retaliation Threatened by the New York Fenians. CONTINUATION OF THE TIllALS. Toronto, October 20. Notwithstanding the wet weather, the Courthouse vras again a densely crowded, and the intercut in the Fenian trials ic unabated. The first prisoner placed in the dock thia morning was David F. Lunisdhn, who pro fesses to be a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church. M. C. Camijuok, an able lawyer, appeared for the prisoner, and asked a postponement of the trial to procure two important witnesses, Rev. D. Fuller...

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. — 30 October 1866

BY F. C. DUITNINGTOir & CO. Dally; M: Trl-Weekly, 87; Weekly, 85. TCESDAT, OCTOBEU 30, 1800. J)r. Jo. B. 3 In thews, of Edgefield, it our uthoried agent to receive and receipt fer th fMOS iVE AMERICAS. OtJB OUTSIDE PAGES. First Paok. The Fenian Trials Gen. Joh.n C. Brbokwribgk Tho Transportation of Cotton in Bond, etc. Fourth Page. Tho Princess Caelotta An Early History in Louis Napoleox's Career, etc. I TEJtS OF GENERAL A'EWH. Gold dined SWlTew Yorkyesterday at 348. Governor OERhas authorized the South Oaro .man to cay that he is utterly and cneairocal ly opposed to the constitutional amendment, and will net recommend its adoption by the Legis lature. The Comptroller of the Carreney has pub Iithed an abstract of the condition of the National Hanks on the Lrt of October. Tho item of profits for the quarter ending on that date is set down at over thirty-two and a half millions of dollars. It is now cenerally understood that the official correspondence upon the Mexican subject wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 30 October 1866

IP mm a tut amwiau. TDESDAT, OCTOKKR 30, 1800. THE CITY. KATES op ADrannsixa. The proprietors of the morninc papers of this iy, iur mo purpose 01 estaoiis niBE- unilorcnity in tho rates of advertising, hare agreed open the ollowl&r table of rlianrM. anil nhlltmfA Ih.rn- eJves hereby to abide by the tame, to take effect rem idm date: TEK U.WSS OB I.RBS TO CONSTlTUTf: X SQUAB. Square, 1 day. it 00 paoh add'l insertion $ 50 Square, il week, $ 60 eaeh addl square. 2 00 Square, 2 week. 8 TO eeh adiil square.-. 2 50 Square, 3 week, 8 fa-roach add! square.... 3 50 ose two tbbeic MOKTH. MONTHS. MONTHS. 1 Square Hi 00 $14 09 9. SlHITMi 1 w II as oo 3 Squares - - 17 00 22 00 4 Square. 21 00 27 00 5 Squares- 3 00 32 00 6 Squares 37 01 7 Squares - S 00 00 8 Squares 7 00 47 0f 03 si 00 38 00 44 OO SO 00 68 00 02 01) inarm -i w oi w suares - jw w w H u arfts 4v 00 Gt 06 AS 00 4 00 auares- pi WOO mares- a, 09 Tz 00 inares .. 01 00 77 00 86 00 02 00 m eo auares. n w f n quares 09 87 m ijuares a...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 30 October 1866

"ttnuro anil SUunan. TirE PRIXCESS CA REOTTA. TIic Knmom Concerning: Tier Xlenllh Her Dread of Being Potaoncd. A letter from Home, in the Gaaettedu Jtrfi, rjives Bonio further details respecting the Pnnccss CAEMTTA. Afier Btating that in a first interview with the Sovereign Pon tiff the Princess discussed with great earnest ness the juration of a Concordat with Mex ico, and insisted with much pertinacity on obtaining from the Holy Father concessions which he deemed inadmissible, the'letter e&js: "The Empress would not yield to the ar guments, supremely wise and equitable, with winch the Holy Father met her demands; she would continue disputing with him, and persisted with an incredible obstinacy. In short, the rupture between the Holy See and Mexico, in spite of all the ability and te nacity of purpose displayed by the Empress, is now more complete than before. Her Majesty, however, is not bo deserving of blame as might appear; all that was irregu lar and eccentric in her conduc...

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