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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 7 November 1866

Hi fl 11 1 111 "r" - - - i .TiiSBBflWiif'ri' Jiiiit. Ak-,-.T,a V 4 4 .' EDITORS & PROPRIETORS. Voluntary eomraunieat'oas. containing interest n or important news, w Hiited from any quarter. New letters frciu Urn various eouuties of the tnte especially desired. M communication should be addressod to the Editas of tie Uutox and Avibicax." SUUJ JJ IHW1J WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1800. ESTIMATED FUTCRE COTTON. SUPPLY OF Frera the Liverpool Coarier, Oet. lij The object of this circular is to endeavor to reduce into a definite shape the probable cotton supply from this period to the end of 1807. Suck a uclintlion would no doubt Lave been more accurate if its publication could have been postponed until the 1st of January, leua, but its practical utility wight then be questioned, and I might not have the honor or writing it. People who have oftentimes troubled themselves to array in lines of figures the cotton of the future have been assailed by those -who disagreed with thetu, as if they c...

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. — 7 November 1866

BY F. C. TJOTiTNGTON & CO. Dally, tUi Trl-Wccklr, 87; WceUIjr.gS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1800. Dr. Jo. B. 3Iatlicivx, f Bdsefield, is our tautherited aint to receive aadjreeoipilfer tbe UstO AKC AURBICAX. OUK OBTSIIiE IAUKS. Ft but Pass. Estimated Future Supply of Cot--.ten The National Banking System Tho Coun sel and WaratBit of Washington Whereabouts of Georgia Politician, etc Fourth Paog. Abtehub Ward, A Chapter of his Bxporiwwe m Showman Gen. J. B. IIood on the Situation The Eldest Daughter at Ilome, etc ITEMS r GESEltAI. SEWS. (jor.B rioted in New York yesterday at 147 Dr. IIrookb. of Gibson county, was stabbed at Humboldt, a few days rinec by Dr. Baxter, of Jaekfon, Teen. Dr- Brooks suffered severely. The report from the Turkish provinces, Asi atle and European, ef the cotton crop, are most favorable, especially of that crown from Ameri- , ean seed, whieh this year will be a treat sueeess. A duel was recently fought in lloboken, be' twoen a merchant of New York and a merch...

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. — 7 November 1866

T -4 1 - f ' 1 WEDNESDAY, XOVBMBEIt 7; 1SCO. n . THE CITY. MtUimi. ASD MPAUTUKE OX' TUB TBAMN. T.:.-:U. Xn.lriU linilrnail. T aacki Kiuhvllleat AM A M w i m T.. Tak-tni at lift A ' 5:00 P M Arrive t Neville M V M Arrive at Letrisvllle. awl M 11:15 1' .M IjMVM Na.hrllle at A M 1 on m l ihimvut 4:15 A M i . v.A,-ni 1:45 I' AI rvrvosivi:. 4) i m Arrive! atcfiittanooea - gJJJ A Jj l.earee Chattenor-CR. - - Arrive at Nashville. - 6:15 A It KatlviUe and Dreatur JlaUrwiJ. T.mvm Nashville - -- H9 A M Arrive .tllnnfville- 1' M IrfaTC nnnUville If A M Arrive at Xajtbville J M Memphis, Mobile, and New Orleans Kxre. T.,. VnhrlH. . 1 M a .t r.nfi: S0 1 AI Leaves Mfranhia.. -- t4 V M Arrive afrNaihville A M LftavAi (Gambia ti A M -f MJ,n Iffcflfl A M mill . tiionviuw , Loavee Nashville Jlf S J! Arrlvan at CMumbia " P M .1 -v.77 .... .7 XnWli.toit RttilrefltJ Leave Nuhvilla ! Arrive at Johnwrnville 1W V sM Leave Jobntonville. lag A M Arrive at Xuhville- kOT A M Maklnir slvco connection with itefti...

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. — 7 November 1866

cans AETEMUS WARD. - MSSGhapter of Hiserience as a Showman. SOMETHING SENSATIONAL. Frem a ret ant letter to the Loudon Punch. I understand animals better than any oth er class of human creatures. I have a very animal mind, and I've beeiiidentiiied with 'em doorin my entire perfesaional career as a slHtwman, more especial bears, wolves", leo pards, and serpunts. The leopard is as lively a animal as I ever came into con tack with. It is troo he can not change his spots, but you can change 'em for him with a paint-brush, as I once did in the case of a leopard who wasn't nat' rally shotted in an attractive manner. In czhibitin htm I used to stir him up in his cage with a protracted pole, and for the pur iwas of making him yell and kick up in a Jeopardy manner, I used to 'casionally whack him over the head. 'This would make tbe children inside the booth scream, with fright, which would make fathers of families out side the booth vry anxious to come in be cause there is a large class of p...

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. — 8 November 1866

5 ' - 1 1 - CO VrfunyuT eeasiaunicat'ovji, cruising interest ae eriBspeVtaat nsws, ifHiilod from any quarter. 'm letter frcm tbo varioa eountie of the - 'lo especially derircl. AH eaauHunioetiunx should be addressed t the " Editors of tho Uniox akd Akekkuk." tijw.JULLWlwJJWUwwiiii..iHHi ivwmim. HI TIIUBSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, IhCO. THE IEGISLATURE. ctiEssAtn: or gov. unowsMW. There wa no qoorum in cither Uottfe veeterday. The Governor's moasaee was read, however, informally and for informa lion in the Ilease of Ilepresentativas, which we lay befere oar reader?, and is as fellows : Gnilfnen of rte Senatt and 11ohc of lUpre- aitiwwi It public attairs, both btate and Xationdl, wSre not unsettled and disturbed, 1 might net, upon your re-assembling under your own resolution, ueeni it my uuty lor- mally to address you any communication. Itat the rapid auecemion of important events, constantly attesting the public interest, de mand, in ray wdtment, that I should re commend H) vour consideration ...

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. — 8 November 1866

asm 3ttthro unit gMttnian. BT F..C. DUmJUTOTOH' & CO. nMjrT" Tri-Wccltir.87: Weekly, 83. TIIOKSOAT, XOVEJtBEU S, I80C " Dr. jo. It. Jlnllicws, of BdgefieW. is our jlberhd agent to receive and Treed lit for the Cnw t Aukbhus. OUR OUTSIDE PAGES. Etnar Pjioe. Gov. BBeTTKUiK Message. KattMrn Paoe. Gossip for tho Ladles An Un jwfitalle Courtship, etc. ITEMS OF GEXERAI. XEWH. GoM elosed In New Yerkyeeterday at 147. The case ef L. P. MlLUS.jf, Indicted for treason, will prebaUy be tried at Indianapolis tMs week. Lord AbchiiuU) Campbell, the second son of the Dake-ef Argylc, is peine to eater a business heasc. A scn of the times. Gen. Jons C. Breckixkibqe has pat his chil dren lo school in Vovay. Grhinlaw'b Opera Home is te be opened with a chance of management to-morrow evening. General Fob erst has contracted to complete the Memphis and Little Koek railroad by 188. The reeeipts from internal revenue, on Moqg day, were b early a million and a half of dollars. The November statement of ...

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. — 8 November 1866

mast ! THK RACER-SECOND DAY. The patrons of the turf were favored with aaother day of surpassing loveliness and 1 some very exalting racing. The order was admirable and the attendance of ladies quite as numerous as on the day previous. The first r&S advertised was "the Se wanee stake f mile heats for all ages, $100 . &ar. e : . C-lftrt tl, a7Vtf ad verlWnc. baTe agreed upon the "ranec; ""''. v 5 fame, to take efi . ivi. Tgvt.rtcW ... f. CXttiw W UU1C . iAllgiarn asj wa.ru. isi - w- - 1 - . a. THURSDAY, NOTEMREK 8, 1SCC. f5E city. I KATES OF ADVERTISING. The proprietors of the morning papers of tMs Bita". !r tOe purpose OI WUIOIIPMUIK uiiiiui mil !T . . r 1 , : Imv niwn tliA 'frHewlag tWe of jAarws, i ' Arts Wrte to abMe by the Item this ttc: 'TEV mm ot LK8S TO CONSTITUTE A KJCAEE. Pnmn. 1 dav, ti m-w arid I tBMrtlOB $ 4 DlzisL by Revenue, dam Albtaa, by imp. Albion. She galloped around and took the S weak. eh iid'lHaare.- 2 M ..,S"2w6(lO-eha4d:i,uwe. 2 50 I purse. uSfgS week...

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. — 8 November 1866

fa GOSSIP FOR THE LADIES. OONNCBuJLlTrAifO CXOTIIBS. " Hensifelfc to dRTtldetfartftift miptfthal Ig nores cuttotn. Inueld, this unnatural mingling of the ideal and material is full of an incongruity most repugnant to a delicate taste. The modern AbetjARU has ncarcely realized the timkl "yes, of Ills adored Hk loisk before her busy fcrhinint; fancy is all afloat upon endless billows of dry goods. Even in the delicious ecstacy of the kiss. of etrotbal th,cre may Hit a thought as to the ace of her robe at noca to which that kiss inevitably tends. For a fashionable woman's brain (and what -woman is not fashionable at the present day?) seems little less than a loom upotuwhich is woven her silken fan cie of her rllWied reveries. Durinc that blissful twiliirht of life whinh leads to the wedding nieht, a lover has? always one Ferious.rival the mantua-malcer!" liow many an eloquent essay .of love has been out short by a peremptory demand a nort of domestic writ of llabem carpus for the indis...

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. — 9 November 1866

-r-.-.- , - ' !' ' ! V " ' ' 11 " ,""yt." lIM DAILY UNION AME p. TJIK .YA.Simx.Ij: WAII. EKIOX AND AMERICAN. OSes, UlUttX AS AvaamaX sJ!w. A-rn!-' Church and Cherry Ms, OMMsMe tke ri & BDITORS As PROPUIKTORF. VatuaUrr wmnonmcM'oat, eatoiK ltrtrft- e r InvMrtaat oris, w HwleJ froa any quieter. I Daily- Sli 0 7 Xwg letter frem tfcn various ecmnUc of the Tri-Wee41y- TUP ccpcatolly detircd. YOLTTME XXXIII. NASHTILLE, TENNESSEE, FBI DAY, NOVEMBER 9, IS66. AM tHauaateattona nouM be addressed to the -NO. 320. Proportionate rates iVr barter periods. '" UHaA of ike Uxiox akd Ameeioax." SubacTiptte.taTrBy tsa adi$nee. AND r f ill IHI Mil HI I I II I I II II I HI I II Friday, NOVEMBER O, 1S0O. THE EXPERIMENT OF THEE NEGRO LAIIOU. Tito Augusta, Ga., correspondent of the New York Time, thus la tea his impression of the experiment of free negro labor: So far as results are concern.-!, the first agricultural year of free negro labor hn come to a cloe, and the interesting ami im portant questio...

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. — 9 November 1866

BY Pre. DTTKyDfGTOir & CO. rKIPAYryVEM"EB 1H0C- nr. Jo. B. aintUcnn, of BaseSeM. is our auihoriwd s,nttoraeaira aad .'receipt for the I MO!S ..e AmraiCAX. ol'b oUTSinn pages. riBSTTieL-The Experimeat ef Frecliegro Labor-A Friend's Estimate of J obalA. Eaklt S&ret Orders in the Saatb.-Ra4ie Meeting in n fw York, etc. IcrETH PAGs.-Wisjai in Btd-KoaBee ,, Real Lift, etc ITEMS OP .GBNF.BA- STOWS. -Uoi.o closed in Now York yesterday at 1 46. Xbo bonded debt of Georgia if 86.705,600 05. The MoWIe Hmtt aasoonooi that Col. Johs A tJaomt, late Chief of Ordnaaee ef Major Gen eral MirRT'srtaff. Confederate States, army has become associated in the ownership and editorial department of that papw. Tho largest eateh of aaekoreJ in the Bay ef L Lawrence thwtaasen U fer tho Eitxtric Flnsi. r Gloucester. 928 barrels. Not longs? vn Amsterdam merchant, after lavishing a fbrtaae-on faralture and painting, caused the floor of one of bis apartments to be laid with SpanuM0" ,et on tiee- The Wert P...

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. — 9 November 1866

i r ftttd gjwMiait. I Another Eaid on the Louis ville and Nashville Kailroad. FRIDAY, yovjorncn o, isoo. PmsosAU-Dr. I. T. Forbes, formerly of the firm of Forbes & Stephens, has located 111 Mobile, nm nniMl . I .1 -r.. Life Insurance Company, with very flatter- . Tla"1 oml Erom the Track, ngprospecU of success. His many friends in Nashville wish him the greatest prosperity in hisuew home. and Two Oars Burned. PaHHciifrcrK Uollotl. Nashvuae FlBUINO CUJB. Col. A. W. Johnson, Pol. Granville P. Smith, Dr. A. L. P. Green, Ghaa. & Hillman, Irby, or gan, Nicholas Hebron, Jno. Terraiis and perhaps other monikers of it... m..k t .gone down the Northwestern Railroad, and FranklIn Ky-. and tw cars were burned, are now inithosvioinity of Waverly Tenn a"1 lhe Pas?enScrs robbed of all their valu- The passenger train from Lotiisrill.diie in this city yesterday morning, was thrown from the track about four miles north of werra uiy went Well prepared ftr tlic fall campaign, carrying tents an...

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. — 9 November 1866

1 WAGES IX ENGLAND. Lbone-Lbvi has been vrrithiz a eories rUcles in Ihe London Tdearanh on tlic ttlS classes, from which Wft Intra tli fairing : As to trams. thnn ; mSlderablcriftG Im Wn rainfArl in nil After having received for it long time-Ss. 8d. a day, or 33s. for a week of 58 liourW or at - - - v (. jiuur, me uuiiucrsoi- J1' practically tkroughoutlSnelan'd and Wales, have succeeded in getting Sd. per nonx forJHJ hours per week or 1 17s. 8d., second-class men receiving 7d. and 7jd. per hour "the work being daily from C in the morning to 5:80 in the evening, or 11 J hours Jess 1 for meals, leaving ten hours' work, except on Saturday, when they cease work ing at 1 r. ar., all overtime after ten hours with masons, and after twelve lioura with other trades, being paid as time and a half that is, one hcur counting as one hour and a half. It U doubtful, indeed, how far the sJrj?toili of Pfyiog by the hour may bo con sidered a fair and satisfactory arrangement, rirst, it is quite an ex...

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. — 10 November 1866

DAILY AjmuW AND AMLK ICA-V.- YOLTJME XXXHI. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, NOYEMBER 10, 1866. in V it 1 Linton ami gUnman. f. IJCNNtiVUli v EDITORS fc PROPRIETORS." Voluntary ceramnnteat'oa, containing interest- f r important news, wlitited from any quarter. vf letters frcia the various counties of the le eqeei&Ur de?ircd. natnnmeatiorn should bo addressed to the sailers of the U.vion and Amriioax." SATURDAY, NOVEMRI1R 10, 1800. Beaumont and Pratt Again. Another "Writ - Served on Them. Stolen., iTcAvelx-y: . Tin.cctl.. Fh the Memphis Appeal, 8th. So much lias been raid of Beaumont and Pkatt during the List few days that the public have acquired a perfect literary hun ger to road ana see tlicir names in print. A man has only to nay Beaumont, or write Pratt, to draw attention and onwire the en tire reading of the article: but thin is net our province, as we intend to deal m facts and their results. It soenid that Rome months ago a jewelry Riorc was roobea in isew urieans ol a ver...

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. — 10 November 1866

HHnaDHM ii wmmnmnilBII 11 ll MMIBMMMIMI I ! ! I Mlllllll BMIII liwiinnin I iimiM ii BY F. C. JTOKCTGTON & CO. PaUjrM; Tri.TTeckly, 87; WccUlyTsHl SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1800. 7 JO' HnUievnt, of Edgefield, is our antnoritcd agent to receive and Receipt for the ukioh And AMeeicaX. OUB OUTSIDE PA Oils. FiestPa3 BEADisoxTand Pbatt Again The Labor Experiment in the South MoxieoGood Sense, etc Fouktii Paoe. Ihc Soeend rienary Csuncil or T fiUTi . .u c Urett 011 ttc llc,fttion - i ITEMS Or GENERAL NEWS. Gold closed in New York yesterday at 148 Both by Presidential and Gubernatorial ap pointment, Thursday the 29lh inst. is designated as Thanksgiving day. Tho Secretary of the Interior has received from the President cf the Atchison and Pike's Peak Railroad Company an affidavit showing the completion of the second seetion of twenty miles of said road. The Government Commissioners will, probably, within few days, proceed to tho lino of the road to examine the section. A convention of the G...

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. — 10 November 1866

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 18C0. Petcsonal. Among the many gentleman from ihe various portions of the State, whonythc meeting of tbc Legislature Las called to the capital, wc greet with mueh pleasure Gen. Marcus J. "Wright, Col Henry T. Hulburt, Dr. Shaw and Wra. P. Wood, Eeqre., of Manpliifi, who compose the com mittee of Um Board of Aldermen of that city, appointed to aid iti Mouring from the General Assembly, various important amendments to the charter .of the thriving City of the Bluff. Tun Cm' ABDrronanip. The action of the City Council on Thursday evening in establishing the Oice of City Auditor was most proper. Such an otSeer has been long needed, and will prove of infinite service in the administration of city affairs. The du ties devolved upon its incumbent are respon sible and important. The object of the law is to subject to his inspection every bill for municipal expenditure, and to require them to be rigidly examined as to legality and correctness. A gentleman better qualif...

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. — 10 November 1866

THESHCOSD MXXART COTJIJCIX OF THE BOHAJT CATHOLIC CIHRCII OX" THE BEIATIOXB OF THE CIICUCII TO THE. STATE. The enemies of the Church fail not to rep resent her claims as incompatible with the independence of the civil power, and her actions as impeding the exertions of the State to promote the well-being of society. So far from these charges being founded in fact, the authority and influence of the Church will be found to be the most effica cious support of the temporal authority by which society is governed. Tho Church, indeed, does not proclaim the absolute and entire independence of the power, becauscit teaches with the Apostle, that "all power is of God:" that the temporal magistrate is His minister, and that the power of the sword he wields is a delegated exercise of authority committed to him from on high. For the children of the Churcbj obedience to the civil power is not a submission to force which may not be resisted, nor merely the compliance with a condition for peace and...

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. — 11 November 1866

DAILY UNION AND AMERICAN. VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1S66. NO. 3-23 f Pinion ami Snwrian. p. EDITORS k PROPRIETORS. Voluntary cemmunteaUoss, containing Interest sc or Important news, tcliiited from any quarter. Xcwi letter! frcm tbo various eeuntle of the Stato especially desired. All eommnnieolions should bo addressed toth " Editors of the Uitiori xxo Axmoxv." SUNDAY, NOVEMBER II, ISGO. non-political relations of tih; church. IMscoiirxe by Iter. Ktunrt RoIiIiimoii, of Kentucky. Dr. Stuart Robinson, the erainont Pres- liyterian Divine, of Kentucky, delivered a dfeemne at Greenwood Hall, Cincinnati, on TliHradajr night, on the invitation of a num ber ef eitisew, en the non-political relations of the Chureh. It wan a most able and in- ncnictive performance throughout; hut we can only find room for the subjoined ex tract, which will be found very interesting: The Christian theory i 1. That there are two divinely appointed MMiiBl ordinances befldea the . f...

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 November 1866

I i K, r' . v f Y F. 0. BUinrDJGTOH & CO. Dally, 911 Trl-WecUJjr, 87; Weekly, 83. HUXDAY, XOVEJIIIEIt 11,1800. Dr. Jo. II. Mnthcvv, of Edgefield, is oar autherited asmt to recoivo aBd Ireeeipt for the Hkiuv vr. Auekiciv. OOU OUTSIDE I'AUVH. FibstPaok. Discourse by the Iter. Siewjibi ltewseox, of Kentucky. 1'ocbtu. Taoc CUane of the FijetTenDciice Keirimenjat tho battle of Perryvjlte, etc. f ITrMSOF GEXEKAt. XF-'rVS. Oold eloted in New YorkTcstcrday at 141. Ueocce W. Childs, Esq, of the Philadelphia Ltdgtr, cave a sumptuous banquet, the other creninr. to Mr. 'WjiI.tcb, preprleter of the Lon don ftmt. Many of the t'MfetiT not only of Philadelphia, but tho neichborins eitieg, were amenzthe invited zuests, The well known hoaec of Wells, Faeoo k Co., the Overland Mall Company, the Uolliday Mall and Express Company, and the Pioneer SUce Company, of California, have been coruoli dated. The consolidation cover oyer 4,000 miloa of stage line, in addition to exprcM business by tea and lan...

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 November 1866

f'wuATuwi t j'ji'n "r'Tr ffTT H' li M mrwimiws M"lir-7TTrirTrriwiriiriiMe-fiHniw!ij-ujLA R. Htvtxnn it n it mcvttfjnv I T,,EfAS,: suxn.vY, NovcsBcmi, ibco. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CHURCH OF THE ADVENT. , (EpSoeepal.) South VineStreet. between Chureh and Broad streets. OffieiatIngM!nirter. Rev V . T. IIeui DMne services at 11 x. v., and 7 r v. Sunday Seheel at 7 A. v. Seats Free. Wednesday FllOTllEKIAKCUUnCH.Sthe ooraaref Church and Summer slreeis.Rev. It. I. Hunting. Pastor, KesWenee at the Pareoaage, .Summer street, Services at 10 x. v. and 8Ut r.M ,tlVK'llAwi'. FIRST ItAl'TIST rilURCH. Kt unit-Summer street, between Union and Deadenek streets. Rev. Dr. K. It. C. Howell. Paster. Residenco No. 11 Keith Summer street: SoroeesatUA. v. si'uIno Street baptist church. i.ik AveBae. Her. D. W. PhiHil. Vt. Resi dence at earner Spruce and Cedar street : ber- CHBRRSTREET BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev. K. l'Btat, Paktor, office in the basement of the Cbareh. , Hoars ol Preacbiw:. every Sabbath at 11 o'eteek x...

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. — 11 November 1866

3Mm m mmax. CHARGE OF THE FIRST TENNESSEE REBEL REGIMENT AT TIIE BATTLE OF rERRTVIIXE, 8TIt OCTOBER 1S02. BY "ACHMED." Fr end wide oVr PerrTTllle nguiBc4plain, The thunder and carnacoof battle w'dj WUItot !ar, oTer thousands er winded and slam, TheriderteM war-etceds heedley bounded. OHKATniM's division wm gravely rUklWT. AVbllrt loudly, from "hk boys, rose cheer after BefejettiMB. McCook was saljelyleking. Gallantly fighting as he mored to the rear. On Chkatjiax's left, Stettaei's grans roared and Wb?ntno centre. DosElwf onward lxire; On the right. Maset's brigade charged and bat- Oallantly driving the stubborn foe. before. Twas here, kept in reserve, imMticnt lay. The Flrtt Tennessee "The Knights el the Kid Glove Eager and chafing, to join the bloody fray, To help their brave comrade tboir own prowess prove. Soon were their hearts' desire to bo gratified; . Seen were they to charge to the cannon s crira mouth; . . , . . . Soon uponthe battle's crimsoned wave to ride: Soon to prove...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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