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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 31 October 1866

'stt. . i ax. rt'jv - ygfllTOKt- V PftHPRlKTOKR. 'lJrir tionHnit'o. containing rHtit ' important n-w. vi -iuJ from any H-rtor. V- IsMon; fireni tbn -annuo eeentic ef the eiliyde.Srej. VI-' 6ataaieBa umI4 bo addressed to the ' Hll-.wi theUSWHC AXD AVBfrtCAKS" IWPTOn'WUJwBwjJIII M ill ) I WEDXKSDAY OUTORER 31, 1S06. Dedjpatipn of the- Peabody Xiisututo, Baltimore. WELcojiK nv covunxoit hwaxx, ADItUIlSN OF MB. i'EAHODY. Sli" .?cr""nP1 stcmliilooqncf'a, anil ln. ' 'I '" r Trlotlh SentlmcntH. The Intitte endowed at Baltimore by thtf'gfeift Anierican Banker of Europe, Mr. OkJiiSe Teabody, by the donation of a million of dellarn, was dedicated on Thurs day last, in the presence of a vast oonoduree of his atlrfiiring countrymen. Ilia Pxow dent was invited to be present, but excused himself by the urgency of public bruine!. "We can only find simce for the address of Gov. StVANN and Mr. Peadody's reply which were as follows: rJov. swank's welcome. Mr. pEABtfDY I am here to-day, sir, by ,the i...

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. — 31 October 1866

BY F. C. DUNlTCNGTOir & CO. Dally, Mt Trl.VOcUly,87; Weekly, S3. HXDXISDAT, OCTOBER 31, 1SGO. Dr. Jo. II. JlnUicvrn, of Edgefield, is our njitbemed agent to receive and Irceeipt for the FMOS Mtll AMEEICAK. HUB OUTSIDE PAGES. l'liatr Pack. Dedication of the Pea whit Insti tute Gov. Thbookxortos. of Tejtas. - Fbbkth 1'agk. Lines on tbo DoatlTof tho Kov. Dr.S.T. BiLuwis Prevalence of Crime. ITEMS OP GFJVEItAI. SEWS. Oolb Mwtcd in New York yesterday at The Postmaster General is in consultation with the Bflkeers ef railroads between Washing ten And the West, in relation to more rapid and prompt traaamission of the nails. The following eable incident t related in the Ntw York Etmine Pott, of Friday : "Last eve ning at 6 o'eioek a telegraphic dis patch was tent over the cable from Now York to London for the payment of a lasgasam of money. At 114 o'clock this morning a mewago was received in this city announeing that tho payment hod been made" Another large let of war material has arriv...

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. — 31 October 1866

JWXDXESDAY, OCTOBER ai, 1SC0. THE CITY. , T RATES OF ADVERTISING. proprietorffef the morning papers or this city, for the purpose ef establishing uniformity in tlio rates of advertising, have agreed upon the qllew.Jng table ef charges, and obligate thwn- tClvct iBereby to am le by the same, to take effect iretalhts date: TEN USB8 OR LKRS TO CONSTITUTE X SO.CiBE. Square, 1 dar. gl M each add'l iniertton $ SO nare, 1 week, 3 86 eaeh add'l square 2 00 'nor V fi 00 eaeh aild'l souare 2 0 juare, weeks. W oaeii add'l square 3 50 oss Tiro THREE 1 Square 2 Squares 3 Squares 4 Squares U Squares 6 Squares.... 7 Squares 8 Squares. 9 Squares 18 Squares 11 Pju area lS Squares 'CO 12 HQ IS 00 17 00 22 00 27 00 33 00 S7 00 4SO0 47 00 S3 00 57 00 m. 00 (57 00 72 00 77 00 82 00 S7 00 M 00 87 00 102 00 197 00 112 00 117 00 122 00 187 00 1X69 17 e 10Q . 147 no 192 00 157 00 17 00 ,31 00 26 00 28 Wt :r n . 4i m 4S60 49 00 MOO W 00 fit 00 0500 8900 13 squares 14 Squares. 16 Squares. 16 Squares. 17 Squar...

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. — 31 October 1866

0 i Lixr.s ox Tin: deatiiof the rev. dr. s. d. BAiSoiviit: by a. u r.anx-cs, d. p. la the last another of the A'aihtilU Christian Aieeemtt wo find tho following graphic and tench isc. ret simple and unadorned, poem to the jacm oryof IhotatoRer. Dr. BALMWif, It is a tribute 1 friendship, intimate and personal, cemented by the ties of christian brotherhood, and to a wide circle of readers who know and admire the au thor, and mourn with Mm for the death of hU ciflod friend, it cannot fall to be deeply interest ing: The -wins of death was o'er the city spread. And anxieutly the heart! ef thousands shrohhed; While tome bod fled. as Lot, and left the plaint, In whieh, of old, deToted Sodom stood, tubers remained, bat not without their fears. For twas no common fee that might be met With glittering eword, and cpear, and thield. The smile, the merry laugh of gladdened hearts. Like injured frienus, were teen and heard so more. The be&eb, the box, the bar. was left alone, Ibepris'nerto hl...

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. — 1 November 1866

rn i r- . r, rcvT.f w v. - pas n- m t .. i h v im i - . - & r bev e m. b- m mi - i rwarraaaaaMaeaaaMar . 11 lii i 11111 V I T 1 "' L 1U t'itf dkr Y KDIItfe Jt PROPRIETORS. Qde. Mk InvitM KM, lM .altf HWlaWM) Hiite4 km r mmih Caarta an4 fc furry tg, uwti ik !. ItMtft tern tbt rarica mutiM f tire DaHy--.. . 7 4m wmnlmlBiii uhM be addressed to the ArOLUiIE XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1S66. "till mf the Ustsx jlxb Ambhu3." NO. 313. -J TmTRSDAV, XOVEMRER 1. ISOO. Our Bdktioos with Moiioo. Mi.MSTiiit aA.nfnui.i. a ccred ITED to iui: jiuuhz uovbrx jibst. hi; is to in; acuojipaaiiid nv or- i'iciirs or mcir uaxk. Conditions of iHlervonlion, otc , otc Speefel THepaleh to Ifee Citoa.tt Baaaker.l AVAsnijWTOK, Oct. 29. Mr. L. D. Camp BBtiX Minister to Mexico, left last evening Government. He has received full instruc tion conforming to the trip, the arrange ment of which was previously oommuni oated. ITe will probably yit his Lome en rmttf. TJndac litis arrangement, t...

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. — 1 November 1866

V MB 4H . - r i I BY F. C. DUNNUfGTOIT & CO. Dally, 81 t Trl.Weckly,$7; Weekly. S3. Til TJRMDAT, JTOVEMBEB 118067 Dr. Jo. B. Mathews, of Edgefield, is our authritd as'ent to receive andlrecript ;fr tho l'KIY AND AtlKBIClX. riant VXhk. Our Relations with Mmo- CaaBge f tho Jury Laws Social BqtutlUr in Van Bureo Bounty ThoFinnnow of tlio Pi strident A New Staple, etc. FeBRTH Paoiu Administration of Justlee In MttfteripplABother Social Problem, etc. ITKJIS OP GEXEBAE XEWH. Ootaoiotca in New York yesterday at J46M The Investigation of tho Eceni&gStar calami ty, made under orders of tho Treasury Depart ment, La satisfied tho officer performing the duty that the vowel was not fully seaworthy, and was boI pwerly EMnncd. There hare been eight thousand now build- tags ereeted So Chieago within the past twelve month, at a cost of nearly $7.000,K). On as appeal from the laborer! in tho Quar ternHbter'Departeaeat in WasulnstonAhe Preri- deat ha eeunteraanded the order redaeine tho ware e...

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. — 1 November 1866

3tit1n ami lwrmau. THURSDAY, NOYE3IIIER 1, 1800. THEaCITY. RATES OF ADVERTISING. The proprietors of the morn in? paper of this eltj, ft r the purpose of establishing uniformity in the rates ef advertising, have agreed npon the aUewlag table of charge, and obligate thwn elves hereby to abide by the name, to take effect fioai this date: TBK USB8 0 LK46 TO OOkSTITCTE A SQCAEE. ! " gift are,! day. (MKeaaJi addjl insertion S 60 j fUnarel 1 week. 3 -eae addl square. .. 2 00 2 50 1 3 50 ! or Tiro tihee . vnvrn. vnmiBL biivihs 8 9 00 " r 09 $14 00 " ijquares T Squares . Squares ?. Square?- fc Squared - IS 00 17 W s. m 'VI fni 17 00 21 00 25 00 80 S3 00 X7 09 41 00 45 00 44 Ml BOO S7 00 61 00 flfiOO Q0 78 00 77 00 81 09 85 00 88 00 94 00 97 00 181 09 IBS 00 im on 113 00 117 00 121 00 as w ! 32 O M 36 00 44 00 SO 00 scoo 62 00 m oo 74 00 woo 86 00 92 00 98 00 104 00 110 po us no 122 00 123 00 lW 00 140 On 146 OO 152 00 158 00 1 00 170 00 176 00 182 00 IBS CO Sen Sflo 87 60 Ktt Ofl 187 09 112 ...

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. — 1 November 1866

3Uu0uHttrt gunman. ADMINISTRATION OP JUSTICE jxj JIIISSISSIPPI -PKOTECTIOX .TO NORTHERN MEN. From IIhs Jaeksen Misetaippiao, SSth.J- ; Ai an example of the manner in which' our court administer justice, in cases of jof fencea against the rights of Northern citi zens, we give below an extract from the re marks of Hon. J. A. P. Campbell, presiding Judge in the case of the State against Hae deman, upon a recent indictment of horse-' Rlcalinir. in the Circuit Court of Madison county. The prisoner plead guilty, and stated, in puliation of tie crime, that lie had thought he was etealing from Yankees that having fought them through the war, he felt disposed to do them all the harm he could. To this plea Judge Campbell, responded as follows : "I am never disposed to turn a deaf ear to cries for mercy, but as a Judge I cannot regard.with the least favor, the plea you of fer. Your pretended excuse is no loss rep rehensible in morals than in law, and I mu3t add that my own views and feelings a...

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. — 2 November 1866

BHr P. C. DTJXXIAOTON Sir CO KDIToHt? Ac PROPUfKTORS. V4uRtAr aoMutwnxml oBK. containing imertwt er ftsitsfUer aw, ' i tej from mi' 'luari VwsJeUar Iran Um raxiou iit(c tf the -! eetteeially (Wired. II enwMHMteattoM snould Te addressed to the ' IWitersef the Uxiox ajcd Ameeioax. ii hi i ii nmii iimi ! m ii mi in mi Friday, xoTrjinm 2, isco. W. X-AJDIC-AJL. VIEW OF Secretary Seward's Mexican rolicy. Pram the Detroit Pest-Bultel kr Carl SeWz.1 At last the long.ooneealed schemes of Seeretary faEWAHD, relative to .Mexico, becin to put on form and subetaaee. They have been skillfully kept hidden the cunning Secretary lias been plotting in the dark yet ms plans ana ins wore liavc not been wholly unknown. While he has been pal- tering-with the honor and interests of the Republic, in order to secure bis own private j ... t.t 1 1 f limn uuu miusun e iu perouuai amoiuon, lie has been sharnlv watched, and neerlv evorv winding pfhiederIous.track is known. Tlie l.t.i F- t.t ? i iiimorui uis inou...

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. — 2 November 1866

3Y F. C. DUmmTGTOff & CO. Hallr. 81; Trt-YFeeltly, $7; Weekly, $3. rKIOAY, KOTK3IDER 2, 1SCO. Vk t m i . t . . -i. u. jmiuicin, oj naffcnea, H our autliriI agent to rceeivc and 'reecipt Tor the Vkiuk ajcc Avkkicak. OUR OUTSIDE PAGES. Fiast Pier. A Radle&l View of Secretary SinrjiRri' Mexican l'alioy The Condemned Fe niansThe Hxpeeted Meteoric Shower, etc. Fourth Page. J akctt's Hair The Stonewall Cemetery and tho National Cemetery at "Win chester, Va-, etc. ITEMS OF OEXEKAL XEWS. Uold dojod in New York yesterday at 1.46.. Secretary Staxtok is on a tU to Ohio. The cholera is still in Washington, Chieajo, Meoipbic, Richmond and Philadelphia. Krr Cabmn has been eommiMioned Lieuten ant Colonel to command abatlcllen of volunteers organized in New Mexico. An eeeon yacht race far a purse of $$0,000 takes placo early in December. Three yachts, tho FUctteine, Veita and Henrietta are entered. They sail Irom Sandy Ilook and so to the Island of Wight. A vessel with yellow fever is at qu...

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. — 2 November 1866

I ntinAY, xoTESioGn 2, isoo. THE CITY. THE EtECnOJT YnSTKItDAY. Conservntlro Trlnmph. The election yesterday for Representative, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resigna tion of Major W. B. Lewi-, Nuwed off very quietly. There was) no excitement, and very little interest apparently manifested the rilt beini? ant ei nated by both iParties. , - m i he vote cast leu consiueraoiy Deiow mat at the last election, but we have no reason to complain the majority for the Conserva-1 tive candidatabwng highly satis&etoryand as large in proportion to the polled vote as at the last election. Mr. Lelia-bti's majority in the city is eight hundred and one, and in the county will probably reach 1,000. The following is the result of the deelienl as far as heard from last night Lett alt- WiHwn. Itadieal. First Ward lf S.vji Ward M Thin! Ward m Fourth Wanl..- SW- Fifth Ward Sixth Ward Seventh Ward.... Kichth Wart Ninth Ward Tenth Ward- Total.. JSCS Lelia'btt's majority the city, eight hundred a...

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. — 2 November 1866

jAXirrrs hair. " Oh, loosen the snood that you wear, Janette, Let mo tangle a hand in your hair, my pet". For the world to me had no daintieraight Than roar brown hair reilingyourshouldcr white. As I tangled a hand in roar hair, my pot. It was brown with a golden gloss, Janette, It was finer than silk of the floss, my pet ; Twas a beautiful mist, falling down to your wrist, Twas K thin; to be braided, and jpwcled, and kissed, Twas the lovlietthair in the werld, my pet. Your or os had a swimming glory, Janette, Revealing the old dear story, my pet, They were grey, with that chastened tinge of the sky, When the treat leaps quickest to eaten the fly And they matched with your golden hair, my pet. Yonr Hps bat I hare no words, Janette, They were fresh ss the twitter of birds, my pet. When the spring is yonng, and the roses are wet With dew drops in each red bosom sot. And they suited your golden brown hair, my pet . Oh, you tangled my lifo in your hair, Janette, 'Twas a silken and golde...

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. — 3 November 1866

AND 111 ll.li..iil li.HtiiMj w. --, .. f. . ... I 1 ' ' TT ' . " i ii in t.ii.-t,-.. ..Ill ll ,, lyil , ,tmm !,! Mil HII II III llm Hl'lllHIIl lllmllllllMHIllllll 11111 P. CS. nTa-SXrvr-TA-r . -a-s a W Tr -r- " - --- Tint: -r- . . ' " 1 ' .i.'-". """ V " " li i! ' ' "J " ' ' -n.r i, I k 1 I I I 1, I a i V 4 Y t .4 It t TTi Tfe TO-'A 1T . .a. . . E I va U m W -H I ml m m m I ml m. is S I J 1 m J? m m. im m i I . l-N i IB O. lHUtOrtaat iwt, x Uol h-i ! q-.-rtB -ew letter facte tin rarioui. oounir -r Urn CMMnniniKMttMM unauli be widrebad to th 1Jec of the Gsifcx au Auksicax." KATJtRD.CT, XOV3mU 3, ISGC. I'OIJTICtr.APATirY IX TIIK ROUTir, 1 torn the 8idimtri Timn. The rrofond anathv in nolitina u4.:,a. prevaik at Um South, ao &r fntm Jmmc sami) of the Northern journal,- oem to be giving uiem gru oowsern. ww,t u to rip, roar, wwrt, bellow, ourxe ami awmr jnrt u they do ; ami because we jmrwie a dignified course and tnind our own Lutineiw they are of opinion that " it in a mo iinfor- ...

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. — 3 November 1866

HXxxxm ntut gunman. BY F. C. DUKNIir&TOir & CO. Dnllr, 811; Trl.Weekljrt 87; Weekly, $3. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1800. Ir. Jo. It. 3Intliows, or BdsjefiaM, Is oar Authorised Bgont to receive aad troeetpt for the L'st .xt Aukricax. nvn oirrsinn pauiv. FlKR PiO. PoHtieal Apathy in the Booth ia Oattae T CaeiinKecree In Virginia. IttrMcdlsn for thwn to UmisTate to the North west, ot., etc 1'oobth l'jiec The Nojrro in the-North Curo lta Cowta-fAn AppaHne Incident In the'FHoeral of Knc lfwmv VIII. otc ITUMS OF GENERAL NE1VH. flout doted in New Yorkyestenlsy at H7X. jtf Ta TuHabaatce Tortdta" any that settling has heen beard of the Kate Merrill, which left Xew York a Month note for that pert. The Wratal eendaet era drunken array eSeer ivmM to bare been the enueef the protest diffi culties with the Ute Indian! in Colorado. Gcsvavk Dsbe i about to illustrate Pok's "Raven." Uickot' HonciM, of Vermont, the Senior Bibi f the Kptooial Church, is to preeWc at theeeMera4lnefI)tfboiiUBi.ucB. ...

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. — 3 November 1866

SATURDAY, XOVEMKEK 3, 180(1. THE CITY. isJlATES FADVEimSlNC. , TWjrretors ef the meroinj paper of tM eity, Mr theparpeee of estoMtbiBK uniformity in the rata of adfertwiog. bare agreed upon the ollowlng table of ohaiKee. awl obligate tbn elve&hrW to abide by the bo, to take offset froaathfcdate: KM um OK LKSS T'l IXlKSTITfTK A SQUARE. 1 da. tl 00 each odd 1 insertion S SO i 1 SO each ivl'l 1 Mil are 1 ll ' , - u I.I M til ro3 weeh,8 W each add 1 square.. 0E SCO TKBEK 2 iii a r " fitiet:rT:;" JJj ggpures -- g 7 gauareg'-- -- " g " i Snare. fcur- i?S:" J 12 Square. USftnue WW 14 Stuarei E m tf Square 14 gaaaTW J" m nKaarM 2S 15 SMc -" 2 me TTtjpitriM f Bt?flttrOit i -r m eB 66 If w as 5waret WOO at Maara 58SSS gg 90 Square 90 & xesiH. wmiw, motta. TO flZV) 17 00 22 OS 37 0 tm 47 W 52 00 57 Ofl B W 7 Oft WOO 77 00 82 no 87 00 weo 87 69 Hi 00 Mrea 112 GO ltTM 12f W 127 00- moo 17 on i oo 147 00 19! 00 157 00 $14 00 v m asou 7b eo 44 0U W 00 SO 00 2 00 m 09 74 00 Is!) 92 00 &...

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. — 3 November 1866

Mxxmx iwuX gviftn'knn, Titr, XEGItO IN THE SOUTH CARO LINA COURTS. Hon. Qbobok . Bryax, United State Dietnet Judge for South Carolina, in fa Iiwge to the grand jury, & few darn ago, thH referred to the rigfaU of freedrnm: Bat there U another relation which, by die recent legislation of the country, you are colled to sustain. Under this now rotation it may be your duty to pass upon the repu tation, liberty and property of the ooland race. By tke recent act of Coneraw, and i lie still more recent legislation of oar own State Legislature, they Bare become entitled to nil the civil right of oar own race. And by the civil rights bill the courts of tlte United States have been made their peculiar guardian. Since the considerate action of our own State Legislature, wc may well take it for granted that the colored race will eotne or be brought into the courts of the United States, either for the vindication of their rights, or trial for crime, or misdemeanors, only in well cases, as whi...

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. — 4 November 1866

11 F. O. BUNNINClTOSf V CO kditors & PROPKIKTORS Voluntary enouiuniat'os, containing iuteretrt: nc er important nws,I sited fretn any narier. Kewj letter frcin tin varum eouBlio nf the 'to csveiaUy den red. HI ctraauiuleettOfM should be addressed te'tho " Kdtters ef tie Umok axi Axbbicak." tvt uet.wr.jnc... juLiiminiim, e-uiyj SOXBAY, XOVEMBEK -1, 1800. HOW IT TTIlLlVOniC IX TIIUSOOTir. From ihm Katieae! iBteliigeticer.l Ai tbe Radicals arc go madly troMing uuivertal -miflrage, which is to inaugurate the millenium, we lravc glanced ovor the census return for 1S0O for several of the Southern States to get some idea of the practical working of the system. We find that in two States tiie blacks ex ceed the white In the sum of total popula tion in MiiHiippi and South Carolina. As soon aa negro suffrage is established, if it operates as tiie lutuicais desire it, to con solidate the blacks in an opposing moss to the present white dominant race, two States will at once pass into the ha...

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. — 4 November 1866

ISTT BY F. C. DTJIfNINGTOlf & CO. Dally , 814; TrlAVccklr. W; WefUIr,g3. ASUN'IAY, XOVEMKEIt i, 1800. Sr. Jo. II. JlnlJictvs, of BdgofieM, is our a:ithfricJ agoat to receive aud!reocipt fur tbe I'xiox .sc Amwcjm?. unit outniue vavvs. Fie ?. Haw it will Work, in the Booth Our Farafajs. Pottey Prospects of Another European M'su France Great Moral Idea, etc Fobbtk Fa, Appointment of the Tennessee Conference far 188S and 1567. ITIIMSOF GENERAL SEWH. Uot. dated in New York yesterday at A Southern Baptist preacher, named Pexk. was arrested as Saturday, in Keytesvillc, Chris tian oosBty, Mo , for preaching without taking tbe test oath. JetiK J. AVwr, of Norfolk, Va., a brother of the ex-Gercraor, died last week. No farther application for f pace in tbelParis Universal JJxposUion of 1SA7. can be received, a the room allotted to tho United States ia more than full, and tbe ereat oatalejue of the accepted products of e-aeb. natien i beins; printed by tbe Imperial Commission. Advice from I...

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. — 4 November 1866

MM svxnxr, noveshiekj, Jhca. THE CITY. qmmoir dibixtokt. il CljUnCfl OF TUB ADVENT. (Etdseoiwl.) South Vine Street, between Church and Broad street. OffieiatiagMinister. licr V. T. Helmh. Pmae aerrioea at 11 x. it., and 7 1 . Sunday ShM? nt T a. M. Heat Prep. Wednesday BierntaEs. Prarer a a. v. j?iiT Presbyterian cm txh. southeast earner of Church "d .Summer ftrcct'.llcY. It. F. Bunting, Pastor. Hcsiduico at thc ParcoBage, Snmwr nUwScrvic at 10' x. jj. and 8V j-.m FAPlSOmlnCH. Bart sMe Summer treet, between Union and Deaderick streets, Kev. Dr. It, IS. C HoweM. Boston Keaidenco J?Sj 11 North Summer street: Servi-atll a. 8PK1NU STKEUT BAPTIST CHUKCII. Polk Avenue, Kev. D. W. Phillip. Patter. Kosi desec at eorner Spruce ami Cetiai streets : Ser vices atllxH;8'1 " P- v. OHBUKY STRRET BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev. B. l'CTKt. Pastor, ogice in the bemcnt of the Church. Hoars ol Preaching, every Sabbath nt 11 o'clock . r. ami Vi P. v. Satbeth School 9 o'eteek x. Prayer meeting every Monday nadTliar...

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. — 4 November 1866

Pinion uuiX grttwtaw SUNDAY READING. APPOINTMENTS OF THE TENNESSEE CON'l'EttEA'C'E FOR 1800 nnd '07. Nashville Distbict. -A. L. P. Green, HcKondree Chureh and Capers' Chapel: Kobt. A. Young and V. B. Warren, Super numerary. Andrew Church and Mulberry Street : C. C. Mayhew. The City Mission: W. D. F. Sawric i Tulip Street and Ilobson's Cliapel : James D. Barbec. J Trinity and Swing's Chapel : P. It. Hill. Nashville Circuit: W. D. Clierry, P. T. Martin. Harpeth Circuit: W. P. Owen, T. N. Lankfard, Sopcmnmerary. Franklin Station : E. M. Bounds. Goodletsville Circuit : JJ. F. Ferrell, F. E. Pi Its, Supernumerary. Secretary of Domestic Board of Mifirions: V ' John B. MoFerrin. Lebanon District. John "VV. flanner, P.E. Lebanon Station: D. C Kelly. Lebanon Circuit: John J. PitUnan. Union Circuit: Jesse J. Ellis. Shady Grove Circuit: John A. Jones. Somner Circuit: W. G. Dorrig. Gallatin Station: K. K. Brown. Geese Creek Circuit: Georgo W. Winn. Mill Creek Circuit: L. C. Bryan. Station Camp ...

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