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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 13 November 1866

tt- . litJVNirttTtN v EDITORS & PROPRIETOR. Voluntary coraaunteaf ons. containing tnlerest ne or import id t news, H sited from any quarter. Newsletters frcm tho various counties of tho SULte-eptcisJlydcflrrf. AILcoaimameatlons saoold be addressed to the ' Editors of the TJsioic xm Americas." Hum wamLLL. aj jijm-iiiMJ.il ui-i TUESDAY, NOYEMRER 13, 1S80. CIRCULAR FROM GENERAL HOOD. New OniifcAifs, -Kov. 1. 18GC Deeming it a duty to the officers and men who served with mein the late war, to place on record a brief account'bf the Operation they per formed, I havj tho honor to request all com manders of batteries, battalions, brigades, divisions and corps, to forward to me, with out delay, rejwrta of all battle in which limy were eniraced while under toy direction. Till will begin with the companies of Virginia cavalry which I first commanded lg under Col. Joiijf U. JlAGttUDEit, at York town, in May, 18G1, and pass through the mjccttwive gradation of command to the jterioU of the su...

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. — 13 November 1866

T--- v. -T- Wxh anil gmwian, " BYF. cTliTOHINGTOir & CO. Dtillr, 911 Trl.WK?telr.87;Vrecklr.S3. nr. Jo. R. Mntlicwa, of ,ElseSeld, it ear anfbonted agent to receive and Receipt for the 1 sinx .St. AiiJtniCAS. OUR OUTSIDE I"AUEN. ntrmi1jr fnem fln. IIfMMjEF rnitsox I)inaEL3Sccessorfn tho Leg's-j Focrtu IUaiuReeontruoUorr1)iEeulty Ne gro Superstition, etc ITEMS OF O EXE It At XEW8. ";it.n elofcd in New York yesterday at Hi. Jobs MixfetttM. ba&etuniedito tWs Sn try. Gen. Wm. II. CiBKOU, ef thtsStatey in in Washington. ijen. Mciexo, tli? newly appointed Captain General ef Cuba, amveS-fn Havana on lat Sat--urdajr, to roliere Gen. Lkesosdi. -The Secretary of Uie Treasury has told the Marine Hospital, at Charleston, S. C., to the Pro testant Episcopal Society of that city, to bo used as an orphan! borne and sohool for the education of freedmeu's children. Freeident Jonxsos bar fnbcribed $1,000 to the fand to enable the society to make tho purchase. A. CCiuebox. candidate for the Le...

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

; TPrpAa-ovrainKR i3,isco. T-HE CITY JRATES ,OF ADVERTISING. Tho;troprJelor of tho morning paper of tbig city, for the purpose nfresUblithlng uniformity Uie rote IrodvertMnci haveareed upon the Inlawing fiWe of cfiftges. ija obligate them--lre hereby to abide by the same, to tako effect from this dote: TIS UXM 0 M T CONSTITUTE A SQtUEr. n 1 . square, i , Z n -o-iti. 6 00 each mm qure.- w 03 E TWO TUBES vdnTH. vosrns. mo.xtds. .'J'.SiM 812 00 18 00 17 00 $14 00 1 Square 31 W 2 Sauare. 26 00 .52 00 38 00 44 00 ft) 00 Ml 00 02 00 m oo 74 00 J Square 4 Squares 5 Square J2jW 37 I r, quare-. 7 mow"1 47 07t 8! 00 57 oo 02 00 7 00 72 00 77 00 MOO 87 00 92 00 97 00 102 00 107 00 11200 117 00 122 00 127 00 1S2 00 157 00 142 DO 147 00 152 00 17 00 8 Square 41 i in Kauare- " 49 00 MOO WW m oo (ft 00 ' (woo 73 00 17 00 11 Squares- 12 Square." 13 Squares It Square- 15 Square " 18 Square 17 Square fm SO 00 86 00 94 00 98 On! 104 00 110 00 116 00 122 00 128 00 131 00 140 0" 146 00 152 00 MS rn lftl...

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. — 13 November 1866

HXvAtw and Mwhn- -i &F RECONSTRUCTION DIFFICCXTT. The following is a correct copy of a letter from a whilom rebel seeking information of the Attorney General, the name of the writor only being suppressed: Pocjuioxtas Auks October 12 To the Attorney General of r the, United j States Dear Fkiend: 1 aSnihtfipur.- suit of Knowledge Under dlfStMIwan a legal Opinion, But you are tftt?Tff duty, bound to notice me, because J. am notfmnaial in fact I aint notliinc, nor noUoHy-not even a reconstructed rebel reason, Thad. Steven "Wont let me However in the Lan guage of Shakeaspear I will exclaim " Hmimt God '"Have merer oo poor Kunkypod "An he would on yon If he was Ood "And yon was Johnny Kunkypod But here's the pint As Dan Monday woud say I was a rebel and Couldnt help it I was born with it in me. "Well Lee surrendered to Grant "on terms with Then comes our time in the Trans Mississippi And Kirby Smith, McGruder, & Price Shoved out to Mexico, And loft Buckner and Fagan to face the mu...

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. — 14 November 1866

iiiiiMtiiririi'iiTniTnii i V AND I CAN VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5 Wl. 324. DAILY UNION A VI E II 14, 18G63 ( Pinion and &wman. t- V.. OIIVMVWTOX .V BDITORfr PROPRIETORS Voluntary eemmunictiont, containing is terect i c or important news, sf.lisited from any quarter. News letters frcm tbo various counties of the me especially desired. f AllcdmaicjaioMiloaUi)earMec4v't!ktbe Editors of tie Usios xsnAvvmicxxi'?! " WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1 SCO. YET UNEXPLAINED. Yrem the Washington Republican. Two days baforc the terrible Convention riot occurred in New Orleans, Gen. Bantu sent the following important ilispatcu to Secretary Staxton : "Not OaLEASf. La.. July 28, 1886, Hon. Edwin 31. Stanton. Secretary of War: A Convention has been called with the sanc tion of Gov- Wlls to meet here on Mon day. The Lieutenant Governor and the city authorities think it unlawful, and pro pote to break itjip by arresting the dele gates. I have given no orders on the sub jec...

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. — 14 November 1866

SUtjfltt anil mxiavi. BY F. C. BUHNINGTON & CO. Daily, 81s Trl-Weckljr,87; Weekly, 83. WEDJf ESDAT, SOTEJUtEB 14, 1800. Dr. Jo. B. Slntbcws, of Edgefield, is eur authorited &ssit to receive andTreeeipt for tbo OTJK OTJTSIDETAGrS." RuarfUpEgrsFet Unexplained-What Next? And NxtAnicrican Oropi in lSOGThc Can vass of Dcccpftbn, etc Foceth Pace. Commodore Senses' Pap The CottoiCratWniMlSpnrThc Ilealtl sal if ITEMS OF GENERAL SEWS. Gold elotod in New York yesterday at 1UK- Cincinnati papers report cholera leM violent in lhatysity than inChieagij. j , io siJl r1'?J?ABH 6 tat teuS the celebration df the Army of tho Tenneteec, whieh eemes off at Cincinnati. Got. Skmxx eaid in hU tpeeeh at Baltimore on tho night .of the election, that Mr. JoussoN gavo him carle itaiphe, Jo tiso tho United fetate troops, but that he felt that if he should use them ho "xnightibe plaeiiw a weapon liijtlio Jbandj of Radical cnetBies of tho President and of the country, to be used at a ground of impeachmen...

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

V WEDJfESnAY SOrCMBEU 14, 1SC0. i THE CITY. n V i- r- hates of Auvrn-nsiwa. - The proprietor of the morning papers of thU Mly, fw the purpose of establishing uniformity In ft rafc of advertising., have aml upn the bfiowrnB tablo of charges, and obligate tbera laVfe hereby to aWila by the same, to take effect from this date: " TBS LIMK8 OU I.MS TO COKSTITCTE A eCJOA--. I Jy. 51 m caen aaa i insertion au i IVX. 3 60-eaeh sdd'l square.- 2 00 260 350 , sOKE -MONTH .$900 . IS 00 . arte vrro TEKEG aOXTHS. HOWTHS. 4-14 CO jare juaree fl-arcf.. SIS uu 17 00 jj w 26 00 32 00 33 00 44 00 SO 00 6G00 62 00 oo 74 00 80 00 wjoo 92 00 08 00 184 00 110 00 116 00 IB 00 100 1100 140 0 100 152 00 1S 00 154 m mm 176 00 lie () 22 00 00 MOO M ft) 42 00 47 X S2 00 57 00 m 00 W 00 7200 77 00 82 00 87 00 92 00 W 00 102 00 1W 00 112 00 117 60 132 00 127 00 mm 137 00 142O0 147 00 IBS 00 17 00 juares ouarcs 2S 00 ttarig' v, . ;uam,-...-.! 3S.00 auare. 37 00 41 00 45 09 49 00 mm 67 09 s fi) 09 7100 rroo $ 85 00...

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. — 14 November 1866

COJIMOnOIIE SE3UXES I'AIT.U, ,Tlf K MOIJIEE GAZETTE. In this paper we find the following an nouncement, which doea not at rue. ua, Uiough we would be gladgit tjgri wise: "The Gozeife. has bcen jn existence twa months, and ourralrons and the imblic have had an opportunity ofsiudirinir of thdi manner in which" we haverformed thelliiriP duties which we had assigned to ourselves? . In those two months we haye been-strue3i gung wiiu auncuiues, ior we want ot "pat ronage, which must overwhelm ue, if our fellow-citizens, and especially our fellow citizens of Mobile, do not come to our relief. That our paper might he extensively circu lated and read among the people, we put its )ricedown to five cents per copy,' just one isJf the price of the other city naners. tel ling-qur fellow citizens, that we should haye , to rely entirely for a support, as the price or the paper barely paid nsibr material and labor. We fully expected that we should receive at least a rateable share of the ad vertisin...

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. — 15 November 1866

9 a DAILY UNION AND AM ERICAM:; : : ArOLUME XXXIII. NASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY; NOVEMBER 15, 1S66. NO: B36f tttxou ixxitl gunman 1DITORS 4 PROPRIETORS. Vetaatary eetBBiuBieatlOBS, contalnicg- interat- c or Important ntws, wJltited from any quarto', ?tri Utten from the various counties of the .fe ASDeeiallv desired. Ml eflinmunieations should bs addressed to tbe RdUorijOf .the Usios im AxKupixf TOWWDAT, XOVEMRER 15, 1S6J. The Great Southern Question Manufacturing Our Own Staple. WHAT IT COSTS TO SPIN COTTON. FACTS AND FIGUItES. It wa a remark of O'Connell that no one "should hesitate to repeat himself." Hi meaning was that when a proposition wa worth impressing upon a people, its ad t.i alinuM nnt 1) deterred from nregftincr , mnvKS itxsontinually upon those for whose benefit it was intended by fear ot baingiiioiigniian tnlmn'Ml or tiresome. We appeal to this example to justify us in returning to the great proposmou 01 ooumcm imifjumi the conversion of raw cotton into cloth. We s...

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. — 15 November 1866

Urns BY P. C. JUffNIHQTOH & CO. Dnllyi 814 Trl-TVeckly, 87 ; Weekly, S3. TiivnsBAT. 'ovKJini:u ys. isoc. Or. Jo. II. 21allicivr, of BdgefieM, to ear autimiwl stgont to receive and 'reeeir iV the I' MO . AxkewuX. ouk oirraimi imues. Fint The Orwtt, SoaUMm Q00 of of UteJleMAt Elecll&nvcte. ,, j FoCfer Pass. Nashville asd her BJHroade Prir Tumbling The Er il of Gold Discoveries, 1TKM8 OF GEXr.KAL SEWS. 9ouijitedJnKew York yesterday at The Tycoon of Japan it certainly dead, governor Ccumsgg. of Colorado, daims-lhat Hour ta legally dotted Delegate from that Terri Sorf, that the rote counted as electing Cntt, rrr were east by a company of volunteer, en Ufeted fflNH among rebel prisoners at Chicago, who re netjlecal voters. JforttTerB men in Washington are said to be 'eireejlff new amnesty proclamation from the Preheat, wbjkb will 'make no eieeptrons, and rill emhreeoUieireIeaib of Jsrr. Davis. Judge Tart. oflhe United States District Cjurtof MtMeari, has eras ted an injunction aga...

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. — 15 November 1866

4- THURSDAY, XOVE3IDER15, i860. THE CITY. THCFCXDRAl OP 2HAJOK X.EWZS. The reusing of Major Lewis will be in terred lo-daj, at Fairfield, at 12 o'cloek. Carriages --will leave the wareroonis of Cornelius & Co. at 11 A. ir. The Guaxd Concert To-Niout. It will be a soaroe of gratification to the many hundreds who visited the Grand Concert at Masonic Hall, Tuesday night, to learn that, by request, the entertainment will be re peated to-night, (Thursday),, with a slight chance in the programme. "We expect to se the Masonic HalHrill to nvcrflnwintr. on thin occasion. The price of w . - aJ admission is only SI 00. St. Stbtiies'b Cnuacn, Edoefield. The friends of St. Stephen's Church, Edge field, design giving a supper for the benefit of the funds of said church, at Coleman's Hall, on the Gallatin pike, next Friday evening at 6 o'clock. We hope our people, and tspecially the residents of Edgefield will bear the occasion in mind, and bestow a liberal patronage. An evening of enjoy ment ...

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. — 15 November 1866

MStf MISCELtiANEOUS. CLOTHING. BOOTS & SHOES. INSURANCE. LOUISVILLE CARDS. Nashville and her Railroads. MOVEMENTS TOtYARDS THE WEST AM) SOUTHWEST. From the Wort Teoneae Whig, NvJ.l We are gratified to learn from seme of our citizens, recently returned fromiTash ville, that the President of the Northwests cm Ilailroad, backed by the capitalists and commercial men of Nashville, (of weight and influence) arc aroused to the import ance of connecting Jackson and Huntingdon by railroad. President Eurxs, who is a gentleman of great energy and enterprise, directed by sound judgment, visit our city this week to hold consultation with the President of the Mississippi Central Rail roadj and Judge Beowi?, President of the Mobile and Ohio Ilailroad, and devise ways, means and plans for the early commence ment and completion of this important rail way link. The work on the Northwestern Ilailroad is going bravely on, at cast and west ends. The bridge across Tennessee river will soon be complet...

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

DAILY UNION AND AMERICAN, VOLUME iYASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1866. NO. 326. Linton ami &wmru. V,i EDITORS A PROPRIETORS. Voteslary ooumonieat'oM, containing In teraft - or iatoortaM nws, nHiitod frsra any quarter. ra tetters from tbe various counties of the ' copeeially desired. til egwmuaiealions should be addressed to the ' PAkurt of the Uxrox An Akbkigak." J'.."J.,l'IlWMMW,Bii'JiilW II.J.J FRIDAY, XOTXMRER IC, 1HOG. African Superstitions ill America. The 3f egro Marching Back. Nome Hliitfulnr Develop mnla, ae two rasQtiiR or mere ago wc copied, (rum the Georgia and Mifwisstppi papers, HtatwoenU eliowing that many of the negroes hi certain localities in those States were af flicted with the most grotesque and absurd religious fiaperstitiorw. The Rev. C. K. Mahhiiai.l, of the latter State, also made a Mtatemont of well authenticated facts, indi cating that those crude superstitions were Hindi more general among tlie negro popu lation of the South, than wax gener...

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

Uxmx and &mxlsn. BY F. C. D1TNNINGT0H & CO. Dally. 814; Trl-Weeltly, 87; ireeltljr,$3. FRIDAY, AOVEMI1E11 10, 1SGG. Dr. Jo. 15. JTntlicws, of Edgefield, is oar authorited agent to receive and receipt Jar the I'STOS AKC AllKBICAK. OVll OUTSIDE 1'AOilS. litilPAOE. African Su partition in Ametioa The Turf-Tho London Timet on Negro Suf frage The Batehary of Children "In the Korth wctt, cle. Fouktk Vxas. Goddess of Slang Among the lV"phccies Ooramcrce of the World, etc. ITEMS OP GEXEItAI, SEWN. Ulo closed in New York yesterday at 14354. It is generally believed that the Ions CatriBct meeting of Tuesday, had under consideration the granting of a general amnesty to the Southern ople. The Mississippi delegation rceeltcd per mission from tho President to visit J zrr. Davis at Fortress Monroe, and left Washington for that purpose on Tuesday afternoon. A new lUdical evening dally is about to be started in Washington. Mr. Rose, pt Montreal, who is the ooadjuter of Judge JonsK, of Albany...

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

FRIDAY, KOVCHUER 10, 18GC THE CITY. Tennessee xsd Pacific Railroad Stm vey. The following additional wins have been subscribed for the survey of the Ten nessee and Pacific railroad. flutes A- PfclmD, $M8 K. k J. KorthmaB$HO l'hllllp Olwell MO Bdward J. Jones 109 W.T.Bp7i-Co 100 A. A. Bret. - 100 Jwdw Whftwortb.. 100 John M. Utfi. 100 W. F. Ceoner I0 J. Felix Dpsieville MO K. C. MNiry . 100 Job Medareek.- 08 Turner 8. Pester-. W9 A Valuable PAMnmiT. We are in- debtcd to Jlr. E. E. Jones, Secretary of the St. Mary's Orphan Association, for a pamph let containing the oration of Iter. A. J. Ryan before that body on the 4th of July last, together with a history of the Asylum; a list of the members and principal con tributors; the "Conquered Banner," by "Moina,-" the "Sword of Lee," by the same, and the roply to the "Conquered Banner," by Sir Henry Houghton, Bart. The oration and the poems by "Moina," are products of the same splendid mind, and will live always in Southern literature. The...

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

fru.jm DRY GOODS MISOELIANEOUS. CLOTHING. BOOTS & SHOES. INSURANCE. LOUISVILLE CARDS. GROOEBIES, LIQUOES, goddess or seang. I wis, courting a beautiful girl one night. Whom I worrhipped as almost divine, An.l longed to hear breathed tbeswect Httleword 'Ibat told rae r he weuld-Le mine; I vu prairiBe the wealth of her chestnut hair, A. ml hor ef mi of mates! bine, V hen she laid her dear check oa my tbealder ad "IlunSil That's bully jar yoI " I started in terror, hat managed tekeep From showing my intense surprise, , , Acd pressed my lip lightly on brew and on cheek, 4nd then en her tneekly closed ere; I t"ld her eut lere was m deep a the tea, i As I felt her heart go pit-Batter.) I wonld worship her always If she would bo mine; An i he whispered. Oh! that's what's tho matter!" I told her her cheek woald the roee pat to ihame, Her teeth the famed Orient pearl, Ani (he oeeaa's rieh coral eould never eoraparc With the lips of my beautiful cirl; That her Toiee was like music that ee...

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

PSrT - -v - - ' 1-3"'"--- . -r ' f .. . r . - - "jf - miqp0&. 11 ! , ,k. F J.U2TOHr5TOV &CO., "U,li.vm AND PROBJIIETORS, 4 v" " n'.' T "cw- 'ea from any quarter. !I i , ,.from varionf counties of the vsvosiaiiy uetircd. ti!!.aKm,aVicali0M sb8nW be Mresl t.. the VOLUME XXXIII we uxioxaadAmssican.' NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER "VYeeMr : : 1 rr-tSCTsT iNO. 327. "i"wiiiiiifiaiiin "i" , 11 , iii i i ii. " if a on imiiiiiiii i it.Uw.irjfw m.tty mm 17, 1866. - V J- ALABAMA. mjjj, VIC1TM Oil x"uuouh oi fienrral Inter- 7 A'aoaraa immature wot in regular Tu"; al lomgomery.n Monday Iat. l ATros WDt 1ft a very lengthy " ttt racing a very mil review of uie wtnauon of the State, and it interests, we Wlom.oilraeis upon gotiorrf topioa nujoa win ue reau with interest: rilOTEST AGAINST COTTOX TAX . . " " c" unjusi arm bo oppressive f i 1 T T . c productive labor i r-wu otal mat i ttiinfca memorial u ui ingress in favor of its peal, or, at least its modification. xue opproasiye in...

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

SPECIAL NOTICES. Totlie XcwpnixrXrcsiorToimesHcc: On the 8th instant, when tho train was robbed and burned on tho Leulsville and Nashville Railroad, wc lost our wires, jackets andfeltlngsl In order to repair lea, as speedily as possible, tvo telegraphed to New York to ferward tho articled strain with H roesiblo speed. "We have satisfactory proof , that this was dene Tho following dkpaMi will explain lh delay, whish wo received yesterday evening: Cirojsxitj. Nor. 15, 1S. TVbiiema Boos. The wire left yesterday mernkig per Adams Ex press. CflATriEI.D k WOODS. On ropeipt of tho dispatch wo applied at tho AdatraBxpross office and tho articles were cot forthcominghad not arrived when they should by all mean havo been here. Such delay by the Company in Leoltville b without excuse. novll It 'Whitejixx Bbos. Xduct and Final .Appeal. To all persons indebted to the estate of W. Gef.enmeld, unless thor call and see me by next Saturday. 21th inst.. and make some satisfactory arrangement about th...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 17 November 1866

Saturday, novehb:k 17, isoc THE CITY. dBM&RATES OP ADVERTISING. TTWrffpriotera of the moraine; papers of this Jfty, fer.tho purpose of establishing uniformity in the rates of adTcrtWmr. have agreed njn the Offewtes table of eharcoL ami eW!ote tfaetn olvea hprefey to abide by the same, to take effect from tbtt date: TEX LUS Wl LSS TO COKSTITUTC A MMMBC. Square, 1 dor, H f each add'I lasertleti $ SO Square, 1 week. 8 50 eoh add' insure 2 00 iSauare. 2 wee Vs. C 09 cash add"! square 2 60 tuare,3 weolis.8 cash add! square, 3 60 ORE TWO TRHBE MKTHB. MONTHS. 1 2 3 HZ 09 17 m 260 27 00 G9 37 00 42 00 47tt aero roo 62 00 87 00 72 00 77 00 82 00 87 00 M00 srToo usee 187 09 112 00. 117 00 122 00 127 00 122 01 1S7 00 142 00 147 00 1(2 00 1ST 00 ill oo SO 00 S6 00 at oo as us 44 00 SD0 8 60 4 Squares ft Squares. 6 Squares. 7 (Squares 8 Square 9 Souares. in H 00 74 00 80 00 10 Sauares "46 48 a 11 Square. 12 Squares - 1R Squares. 14 Square 6?(t 06 00 09 00 708 77 00 81 09 85 00 8 00 98 00 07 ...

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. — 17 November 1866

Ma wBeTrPBjPf" mewl.'. jl e RAILROADS. Nashville and Decatur Railway. Great Central AU Kail Eoute BETWEEN Blcmplila, Mobile, Xcw Orleans, nnil nil '.littcnncdlnte points. Thclfashville and Deoatur Ballreed ha made arrangement: with tho Memphis aad Charleston Railroad Goaspany by which paseengers Co Ihrwti io MempVa witfe'ott Chsatje of Cm; orJv Ose Chise ktran SobHc and Scat Orleans . By any other Route there ore Two. A Splendid Sleeping Coach ia Attached totho Train at XaslivIIIe, wlTlcli Tims through to Corlntli. Through Eezprcei Train Leaves Nashville Dally at. ... fctO r. u. Arrives at Memphis, at...- -.-.120 r. it. Arrives at mo bile, . 1U4 a. m. Arrive at New Orleans, .Mr.M. weaves Mcrapnuv ... 2.-00 r. u. Leaves Decatur, at p. v. Arrive at NashviJlc, 5-.il x. u. Io nn ecu with all afternoon Trams from Nashville. Connects at Nashvillo with Louisville and Nash viHeTiatlread, far all point East and North, and with NashviUe and Chattanooga RaiUoad, far all points on tsttlinc Time...

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