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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 14 January 1866

ry . nmnnrirnirnv m. fin .v anmr VB.-ku VV UUffly ATlk III UKjbuKfc. SHiffl KDITORS & PROPBIKTOES. and Cherry streets, opposit e IS Post CHSce.) Daily $H0O Proportionate rates for shorter periods. Subscriptions Invariably in adtance. 11 ! kVolMitair aMkUleekklBcliereet Ihu or Importiitiiew. (oHeHeSl from w 4sartcr, w (Oiew leeler trem tne various counties of tee I - . e . t 5 -. . . .. ... State especially desired. AH communications should be addressed to the VQTiTTMIjf XXXTTT. , , Editors of the Uxios xsd America." I - NASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY? JANUARY 14, 1866. NO. 34. . MIS UNION -ANB .AMEEICM.: - - f tfc " x I ' m l ii i i . I, i I I .'r '"" I . hp..i i i i i i . , ,, mm , n i .i i ,i i I i i i . i. i i, i. . , , , , ... . 1 1 ' ' i ' ...... i , .i .i , 1 vW w - '" 11 " ' ' ' " " ' ' "' ";"";".'!:" i '-3 j- 1 1 t MEDICAL. (Late Brieve Surccon..U. S. A.) OCUIilST AND AURI8T, - Joee9Cediritret,betw6eBSaBtrMi4ChMTT, NASHVILLE. 'Office for treatment of all Diseases of the Ey...

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 January 1866

Mil MD AMER1CAM. iy p. c. DunraTO & co. OFFICES, CORNER CHURCH AND CHERRY BTS, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. Term :BaiIy, g j Weekly, S3. SUAT9AT, JAXDAXT 11, 1SC. ITEXS OF fiEXERAI. XEtTI. Accounts from tho Louisiana county papers represent the freetlfflen as ldi?poicd to contract, refatiftg to make hrmmIi except sear towns, cxpeetifig something extraordinary to turn op. In the Pirab. of St. JaasM, since the 1st InH.,' work has stepped entirely a several large plan tatl&as, from this eaase. There U Mae complaint in ether parwhee. A Bomber of the principal planters of the Attekapas county emigrated, & few days tines, to Bel 'no, Honduras. General Humphreys, United States engineer, advertizes for proposal to bnild a number of important levees. on the Mississippi river, in this .State and Mississippi, to be done by tho middle of March next, and paid for in cash by tbe Got eramcnt. Tho time for the reception of application for space at the "P aria exposition baa been extended t...

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 January 1866

" ' " ' - - ' S " i iij.ii.i!.T,j.ji. 11 H3 e iilAwiyi-y 11 n.ijm.f'ig.-'yg" tai?BitiaMttl!irjwiii yw , - .---illtMNMIiimW .lilan-, . UNION AHD AMERICAN. SCXBAY, JANUARY 14, 186S. ARRITAI. ASD DEPARTURE OP THE TRAIXH. ! Inrtikiawt KatleiU Railroad. Leaves Nashville at Arrive at Louisville Loaves Louisville at--' .. 7:30 A M ..... &30 P M 6.D0 P M 50 A M 7:00 A M fcOO P M .V,T0 P M COO A M Arrives at JfaslivlUo. Kdgrfxll end Ktntudv Railroad. JabvilIe -10 P M Arrlvo at Nashville KWtt A M 1 8:00 A M . 5:00 PM iiesro bpnacfieia Arrives at Springfield, iYoSAtiHe and ChaHauooga IlaUroad. Xeavei Vrffleat " lis P M Arrivu at-Naehvttle & J Leaves Chattanooga -- S-j? r i A rrirnn nt HhlltlinOOffa o:W A M XatlvUlc and A'erthioeetern IlaUroad TVwm 6M P M Arrive at Johnsonville Leave Johnsonville- .11:00 P M 1:50 A M 60 A M Irrin nt Nashville- KaiXnUle and Decatur Railroad 'J Arrive at Decatur Junction at Leave Decatur J miction Arrive at Nas hvillc Leave Nashville Arrive at Columbia y ...

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. — 14 January 1866

Union and American. SCNBAT, JANUARY 11, 1886, THE PULPIT AND THE STAGE. Every oac k femilUr vith the arguments in general used against the Supposed demor- liring elects of the stage. Comparatively however, have ever heard any thing in its defence. "We, therefore, append the fol lowing extract from an article on fliat aido of the question : It is no doubt tree, that in the early strug gles of Cforiatianlty, the fascinations of the ' Pagan Theatre caused mock anxiety to the bishops aad fathers, and that Btssy petitions TTcrc sent to the Esperer to suppress drama tic exhibitions, at least upon the sacred days of the Church, But ire should be careful to remember that in those days, Christianity and Paganism were in direct antagonism ; that each -was struggling for existence ; that Pagan Theatres were based upon Pagan ideas and Mythology ; but above all that the chief exhibitions in Theatres were glad iktorial cosibate, .so repugnant to decency and humanity, as to deserve and receive the...

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 January 1866

TKfc XASKTXJJVK AII.Y VTXIX AX AXXXICAX. OSca Union and Aaertcaa Block, comer Chare EDITORS' k PROPRIETORS. and Cherrr itrects, opposite the Post Ofltet.) YoluaUrj commuBicationf, conUSm&c interefit- Ini oriwpoitaat aewg. folic! ted from any quarter. Daily r, znfrrwr f m. ---JuiMj k tin l mmv uwo , , 4 Allommurilcsttons ilionld bo addressed to'tfee iNASHYILLE, TElESSEE, TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1866. mm;- " Editor of the Usios xd Avekicax." SahCiiptionainTa:'iablyiaao'vaflC a -: j,.!. i . '"- " ST" " 1 - ' 4 ' mm : - f - - : l F -fit J 2 MEDICAL. EE YJHDO.tJIl, M. 1)., (Late BrUaJe Sareeon, U. S. A.) OCUMST AND AURIBT, Office 39 Cedar f trcctUtwten Summer and Cherry, ' Sfi&fy. ': ' NASHVILLE. ! , s 1 j Office for treatment of all Diseases of the Eye and Ear, operation! for B4uintinf . Cataract, ect. performed, BOX 700, I. O. deed 3mUtp. HEAT. ESTATE AGENTS. DISSOLUTION. rpiIE firm heretofore exirtinr under the name 1 finn and rtyle or W. MATT BKOWI. A- Co., M this day dissolved ...

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 January 1866

; ' " t- --" w 'iWMii1MtiM...-.....r.1 1 -,-, ,. , r ' f . ' & m Z , i . if ' . - '3 -Je. . .,. ORION and mm. 1Y T. C. DTJimKGTOy & CO. OFFICE: CORNER CHURCH AND CHERRY OBPOSITE THE TOST OFt'iuE. Terms tDnlljr, 14; Wlr. 3. TUESDAY, JAXPAKV 16, 1S88- itxxn or gexekai. xfcws. Sosthern member are fully rrcognited by the Executive "Departments of the Government. They hare tho franking privilege, and are notified to appoint to 11 tho vacancies in the regular army. The Jndgeoofthe Supreme Court bavo been in consultation on the constitutionality of the test 01th, upon which thereto a differenco of opinion. The Rational InttUigcnccr saye: "We learn that the mutter out of Lafayette 0. Baker a a Brigadier-General was not in consequence of any dissatisfaction in the wind of the Secretary of War toward his zealous and skillful instrument, but in obedience to an express command of tho President." Capt. Whitman has been assigned to the special duty of visiting theTbattlc-ground ceme terie...

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 January 1866

1 VJT-'' J TV w'.l.f;iiJHjiljJMii)1),y.MiiW,iiJ. O I v 1 1 V UNION AND AMERICAN. TUBSBAY, JANUARY IS, 1866. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP TOTE TRAINS. : t-Monferftfo ni&Va.leitf Railroad. Lcavos Nashville at ....... 7 JO A M .-.r G:S0 P M Arrives at LoaUvillo . &00 P M . . . . t . . MU A Al ' Leave Louisville at-. . 7.-00 A M .... 6:00 V M 6S P M Arrives at Nashville. 6:00 A M Edgtfcld and Kentucky Railroad. Leave Nahville -2:10 P M Arrive at Nmhville .10: UU A M Leaves Springfield-. . . 8.-00 A M Arrives at Springfield 5:00 P M XatlvilU and Chattanooga Railroad. Leaves Nashville at ........ 8.-00 A M Arrive at KiwhvUIe &15 J M Leave Chattanooga .. 6:40 P M Arrives at Chattanooga- 6:20 A M XatXtitte ami A'ortfocetfern Railroad Leave Nashville ,.. 6:00 V M Arrive at JolmonviIte-. 11:"0 P M Leave JohnsonvIIlc- 1-V) A M Arrive at Nashville. 6:50 A M JXathcilU and Decatur Railroad J Leave Xafhville . .. 7:15 A 51 Arrive at Decatur Junction at, Leave Decatur Junction Arrivoatiaihv...

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 January 1866

TJnioii'Jand: -American, 3AXVAXX 16, 1868. B. P. Wawsg, editor of the Charlotte (North CirlimY Timet, is fc:g court mar- tilled, ibr the publication of an editorial, from which we extract the following : The South is bow nader' a sicro grinding dtj sotisw than ba heretofore found & plaieoa the nee of tteewth. F.iSted under aformcf Oovcrn Bieat, m fcy the early fafckers.of tie rc- ruhlic, when-to say I am an Aiaericso clliisa." rrsa aaual to a kiag. ire fed our tcrfdom soro piiafally by reteoUcr open -rhii woVc lo:t. We hare ftJleufrea car aici estate, aad nor there U"ae to poor u to do ut reverence." Other n'atie&e, while wffsriair vsivc the iron heel of law lees, tyranny, can oso' e tkeauelvci irtththe reflection Wiceeditiwn it bo womc than that of their predecessors. The HuceiiB serf, as he cats hit bread ef dependence, know that kimJi was the iaherttsuree leftists by his father. Iwl so with the wwkL Mgh-soulcd Southron. He once roam ed his) fields a free man, and eat "und...

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 January 1866

Jsll-TZTVIT 1Q 7KTn ilVT tit km iRea?.jMxrAiau nnaj Trinntarr ce-Hgnnle-tfo-s, oonUinrnt later crt- tkrjis: Dally shott a CO i u All commuqj cations should 14drcMi(l to the " Editors of the Union axd -Awaicax." I" Proportionate ratej for shorter r?fioiJf, V CK0toni mTatmblr. w a4vfwe. w . - t . - ii,t.i.1r-'1 -. i . - . "lis . 1 I - . . ".Ti i (Lato Br'naJe Surreon,-U. S. A.) ..ffzit .1 :.t tin. OCUOST AX AURIST, Office 33Cedsr trcet,betweeiiSurauier and Cberrr, and Ear, operations for Squlntinj, Cataract, eet. ' BOX 7, ileefi 3aUtp. P. O. y. RE Afi ESTATE ARfW&l DISSOMJTIOX. Tfirm aTd"vfe of W. MATT BROWN Jfc Co. ! this day diwolrcd by mutnal consent. Sir. Iirown retire from the business. Mr. Callendcr. in connection "with Fhinras usrret. win eo tiutie the Heal Et-t bu-iness at the old liana W. Matt. Brown & Co. 41 1 . v x a r t G1RKKTT. T. CALLXXDEC CALLENDER & GARRETT, ' i - r i HI t i ' WIM. Ttiiir'irtit attcnUofcto the sellln-f and rentinc of every deacription of il...

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 January 1866

xnk UNION iH.O AMERICAN. IT F. C. DUinnKGTOy & CO. OFFICE : CORNER CHURCH AND CHERRY ETSm OPPOSITE THE rPST QVFit-B. Terms : Dally, M Weekly, 83- XBNSSAY, XrtJWAKY 17, IS06. ITEXS or OEJfERAfc .XEtVN. Oor,'BtoBe. of Iowa, was recently inaiiBaratcC In fal issns-ural h,e. says; Prejudice may dictate, but sound policy Mill never tWBCtion tho disfranchisement of four mil lion tried1 people, whose loyal baronets would hereafter eoattttate them an army of occupation to the Government la the South; "States should be kept in a political guarantee until the inhabitants shall abandon offensive the orlee and the ctidcmie of treason is permanently abated." The tHegod attempt to aseasslnale Senator Wado U stripped of its startling proportions, tu it appears that it was the freak of an insane num. who claim that he has been discharged from the Boston Nary-yard. IBc same craiy fellow has been loitering aroatid Congress for several days, and bu boon turned awayeTcral times by the Door-keeper 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. — 17 January 1866

T 1 I1TT'3l r ZJlA .T 1 TT Tf, irr'ri-.n . I AND AMERICAN? ARRIVAL A3fB BKPARTTJKE OF THE ljowirri" nna ivaActf Jlauroaa. bcarte Nashville nt . fc30 A M. ' " &30 P M wwHwHwitMim 5:00 A M T.pnrn Louisville at . 7:00 A M " . it-t fj-flQ J Arrives at ,fi)wlll6-.ij..:-p.. 5-30 P M " . C.-00 A M Edgefield and Kentucky Railroad. Antra -KMfcvio-i4J.nw-ar.a.'.l(hOOA M heaves Sprfrwfitld - . V-r 80 A M t Arrive at Stria.e1cl ta0 P, M ' '' ' ' A'ailvitte and CluitUinooga jlailroaiL, Leaves Nashville at. . 8.-P0 A M Arrives at Nashville . J 1 M Lec qhttnolC;.....6:0 P M Arrives at Chattanooga--..-!. 6:29 A M JVatta'aV end ifr(kiftni Mailroad Leave XMhrilIeir-; ,6:00 P M Arrive, (it JoTinonviue-..w"-Ju00 I' M T.nVA Jnhnimnville .... ... 1:50 A M Arrive at Nashville .-. - G:50 A M. JVatArtMc and JJeeatur RatlroadJl Leave. Nashville- . .7:15 A St Arrive at Decatur J nnctlon at - &80 PiM Leave Dceatnr Junction 8:30 A SI Arrive at Xa.h7illel. . i3:35 P St Leave Nashville ... 2:00 P SI Arrir...

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 January 1866

J- i r b i i Jfwm. , and, imeiioan. toxxmAt, JAXCART IT, 186S. THE New flVk Jlewd TMe makes the following moderate and sensible oteerva- Uobs ofi ifcj gtml Eitvifttl: . . . Thaafia-.lt urt ba. admitted, Uic South has, fcbovni as exeeHaat spirit. The apparcnUy good faith in walea It tu eewpliea won mo cxtwuuou. imposed smb iAW.Iet.fVretuminsi plae? la tie Union, giro it a claim nponthe Sartkani people for the zeroise ' ofafaj TkSiTisWtKNeatti la ready Mi -aiiltef t,?, gat te country onoow to m aiaai" man of lbs Sumner! Wat tamP $3 Southern SUtet oafSf tho Union. Bad to rnnUh. qaerea pop4 -who ar of our own race and Inj habit a territory coariruoni U our own. vt cj must eitherUwwrkew?tp eurown nation-j alltT U MUM, or eXSWHIlBawi uiea iwii feraaeh. The people evidently prefer the fonae poTler. bat a Majority or at least the lower brand ef Coogreat are wedded to the Utter. A Mean Ikick of a TTife. The Cliat- taaooga (Teaa.) Crasde tell rather a. toughj story: On Christmas morning one o...

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. — 18 January 1866

AND AMEIUCAN, f. c. DtnranofGTOjr & co., EDITORS k I'ROMIIETOHS. ? yuiuatiuqenmcMticatfcm aeaialnlnc In&erest Int or.iraportant news, solicited from any quarter. News lcttcn from tbo various counties of the State especially desired. All comwunirttlon should be addressed to the ' RlitorWrtae Ukioit isir Ahemc-ist." ; and Cherry streets, opposite the rot 0Vc.) TtS)t3i . tSeMr - -ioo Weekly .. 3 VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JAJSWRY JS, 1866 ISO, 37. Proportionate rates for shorter ieta&. Sahaeriptiosriaynriahly in advance:; I : T t ft ,..-. . .-.,Vn- iv . - - - t UNTO N DAILY MEDICAL. (Lato llrigade Snrceon, U. S. A.) OCCMST AND AURI8T, Office 39 Cedar stroctbetween Bummer and Cherry, NASHVILLE. Oflico for treatment of all Diseases of the Eye and Ear, operations for Squinting, Cataract, ect, performed. BOX 76C, r. o. dec5 3mlstp. , , ' REAL ESTATE AGENTS. DiSSOZiVTIOX. rilHE firm heretofore existing nnd er thy name 1 firm and stylo of W. MATT IIHOWN k Co l...

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. — 18 January 1866

HHfOM AND UEIIUI. 1Y F. C DTJinflirGTOK & CO. OFFICE: CORNER CHURCH AND CHERRY STSj, OPPOSITE THE POST OYHmE. Tcrmi i -Dally, 81 ? WcUIy, $3. TKURSDAT, JAXUAKY IS, ISO? items or exekai "veivs. General Grant has sent to boUi the Senate ntd Howe Committees on Military Affairs a. very im portant communicatitn In regard to an increase of thewsular army. The tuccestioni contained In General Grant'! communications ore essential ly different from tho bill prepared by Senator xacnU he proposes to place in tho hands of the President It ll doubtful whether the Commit tees will leave this Blatter to tho President, but General Grant thinks It rhould bo left to his dis cretion. Tho returns oJinternal revenue from June 30 to g.m. !..' were S179.50G.000. - The current year receipt will unquestionably exceed thii amount by SIOO.OOO.UW. The JXme't Wasblnxton dispatch says: Mr, narlan will not resign hit position ns Secretary of the Interior until about the 1st ol tcuruary, woi. Both i the announ...

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. — 18 January 1866

ewwwra 1 ' !1 X 1 UNION, AND AMERICAN. THURSBAT, JAXT7ARY J8, 1S6B. ARRIVAL AND UEI'ABTCRE OF THE TRAIXFi. hnuinille and Xathvilte Railroad. Leaves Nashville at 7:39 A M . " ... 6.30 P M Arrive at Louisville 1 W 1 M OOW A ill 7:00 A M COO P M h-sa V SI Leaves Louisville Arrives at NashvUle- ."6.-00 A M Edaefitld and Kentucky Railroad. Leaves Nashville- r 21P V M Arrivo at Nashville. 10:00 A M Leaves fcpnngueld 8.-O0 A M Arrivci at S minefield &00 P M IfnAvillt and Chnttanoop Railroad. Leaves Nashville at 8:00 A 51 Arrives at Nashville MS J M " Leaves Chattanooga , u . & P-M Arrives at Chattanooga cQ A Si A'athcxlIandJ'rthetttrrn Railroad Leave Nashville - Arrive at Johnsonville- :06 p sr 11:00 P M Leave Johnsonville MO A SI WiO A M Arrive i : ataHvi rville- XathtUle and Decatur Railroad Jl Nashville 7:18 A M Arrive nt Decatur Junction at 3:30 V 51 heave Decatur Junction..- A il Arrivo t Nashville & P M Leave Nashville - 2:00 1 M ArrtrB fit Clnmljia. , &) V SI Leave C...

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. — 18 January 1866

mm f Union and" American, THXTSA.V, JAXUART 18, 1S68. " - r f 4 . i ' IFrtw tha JjwMTiHe Coaricr.l THE JACKET F CRAT. . EV .XRS. C. A. .BALL. FoM it up crefuHy, lay it adde. . , -Teaderly touch it, look on it with pndc For dew mart it bo to oar heart evermore, Thcjaeket of sw o laved soldier wore. Can e ever forget when ho joined the bravo band Who rows in defence of onr dear bouthcrn land. And, te W briflht ypath. bBrritd oo to the fray, Hoir proadly he dofiscd t, thel&eket of Bray 1 Hit fend mother Jdessad hta, and looked op omBseadinc to Heaven the child ofhsr love ; What aatu&ti was hers, mortal tongue mar not iFheB he'paswd from ear right ia the Jacket of Eray. J3at her eewitry had called, and she would not rC ThWh cosily the aaenfiee placed on it shrine; Her heart' dearect hope on her altars the lay. When the seat oat her boy in the jacket of gray. Months paused and war's thtfnder rolled o'er tho Unsheathed was the sword, and lighted the brand; We heard, w the distance...

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. — 19 January 1866

- 1 . tIBJBF i - - ' - '' ' - "- "i i nMfi -i.hj.i.., - - .v. , . . ,.r.i Tifrw i-r m. ,r v .... .J - o in . ' , s s - c nrrim nrnntnun - " - - - - - iI ..i.-.. 1 ..;J , . r- 1 hi 'I AfMeatur eofnawwctioM, oosUSstac lowest - wj wapanant news, MHcncd froH! &H7 eaarter. Jfowi letter fatm ibe varfoa eoanttoiof the State MixtfMlr dared, j ,j ''A wuiMaMmiuitg 4wWbe ademd 6th o Mttoft Of fee UKtOX JIXD Axmicjls." i'2V MEDICAL. F. SETMOUIt, 3f. D., (Llo Sricae Sartcon, U. 8. A.) .ociitisT xm aukist, 0ce 39Ce4artre(:t,tetweenSamHicraBdCIiirrr, NASHVn.LE. CHEco Tor treatment oQ alt l)icaecs of ibe Kye HiStr, opMTitiofu furSquiiittBsr, Cataract, ect, W T6S, I. G. ' !l dteC 3mUtp. REAL ESTATE AGENTS. DISSOLUTION. milE firm liwctofore exii!nr unIer the name J. firm and tyle 6f W. MATT BROW' & Co . .thh dar dkvelrM by mutual. conet. , Mr. Brown relircifrpm tiwhaixattf. Mr. CalleBtter, in enntieHion witli 1'bineti Uarrcu, win p tinue tie Ileal Ertaie bu-'ineM at the om tuna W. Matt. Urown...

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. — 19 January 1866

u r- "" it, j. 0. KixjrattTo oo. OmCK: CORXHR MURCK AND CHERXY STS, OrrOTK THE TOST OFttwE i klBAT, J AX uakv 19. is. ITJBMA EXEKAA A'EWS. -AoAM-i If the Union Members f the. llpuM has Um hcW. TWo jaccliw wM faHy at Utsied. The IHrtrict scan) isrfraso bill, which wi the rriBrii.il Mr under coiJ watioa. af ter cmUerals debate, was finally tabled with lH, aB4erXMK bo recowmUted to the Committee IbrVosMesAtosu Mr. Stevens, chair man of & eoawWtW efBlae nppiued at tbe cauens bcU list TsressW slfkt, to report busi ness for the net"on ef the , reported sub rtafitldlly M fcHows: Tbt tt Is the opinion of the caucus that a resolution 'be sfieedity rassed ameediag tJw ceswdtatfoa so m 16 base rcprescn atk Ww Uve MtMl number of voters, and not on pepnUtien. The resolution m adopted al most aaaaiaKHtsly. The second resolution, which wMte4by votolof 58 yeas to 20 nay, re aolvec that it k expedient to so amend tbe coiuti tutlen m to ll duty on exports. ThoPraslicBt baa stated that bo will gra...

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. — 19 January 1866

o " m' -, .A. ,. .. . u U " SaMSSSMSjfSSMlJMJMMMMMlMM BUI 1 FRHlAY, .TANUARV IS, WM. ARRIVAL AXB BEPARTTJKE ttF THE TRAINS. LouiniN aad JVasAcnVe It nil road. Leaves Naskvie.i- . . ..7-) A M ,38 I M Arrives ntTitsvlHe.. 4 "Lsivcs Louisville at Arrives at Iih14i...... r,;00 P M 6:00 A M 7.-00 A M G.-00 F M fyo-p m .6.00 am: Edgefield and. Kentucky Ha ilroad. Leaves Na4ivil4e 210 P M Arrive at Nashville- lO-M) A M Leaves Springfield 8.-00 A M Arrives at Springfield 6:00 P M Kailt'dle.amd CAattmoogn Jlailretntt. Leaves Xnshvilk at 8-00 A M Arrives nt Nt UviMe 6:15 P M' Eermi ChtttiiAooro. 6:40 F M Arrives at Chattinoori 0:30 A -M. !XatkvW ntul A'orthimter Railroad Leave Na-dmlle . OHM P it Arrive at Johnsonvillc .. 11:00 P M Leave JolmsoBTille . .. o liO A M Arrive atNaihville. . &S0 A M Leave NaaiTille ..... Arrive at Dccatnr Junction at Leave Decatur Junction Arrive nt ?ahrilic.. 7:15 A M SM P M HAt A M &35 P Jl ,Ie.ivo Kwiiville -Arrive at Oiluinbia .. 00 P St 4:30 P M Leave...

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. — 19 January 1866

Tretw- - - ' " .4 New Yerk Correoposdeacc of Chicago TimcA IctiMw New Year's ky at Uie New York M,?fe iW rwpxislo IXC. BaeB, feraerly a general our arwr, lt .feswl ely hie wife and her hakoelk Sr, MiM, at home. I vas glatfto heir, m m gM he aWc to tell you, that the General has had a fortunate streak or mod 1 .He -was employed soaie time f.-. S?j -.! ,-," other dislncU which he ..Um'Je TOree river farm," of better kbojtb, jjernai , : r 1 ' Am fcy mV eAer mhm This few is k catedwi Green river, in asd arawnl the 'towBa ef Grcomhargaad Paradise, and cin bnees 17 Gen. Buell. afteracarc fel exMnmatiOR, fewd fto orf, but did Bad Bft&liBg giw of an extensive coal bed, and coal, too, of the inert bituminous quality. He at once closed with Lord Alexander for a leatc of the property for 40 yearn, and has since been" here forming a company, and is sew pwwariflg to go to KcBtnckrlo-com-Kence mining. Mr. Alexander and baun- en D: Bruce, of this city, arc among the principal stockholders in t...

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