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

F. C. JlJfXIJfCTX fc CO., KHlMRS k PROPRIETORS. -t . ...... ,. . . . I IM JIMHVIUI JM. Vlr.eMBHlWHH, cent4aliklret WWiapertaat aw, seMeked from &y qu'wter. News lettcn from the various eoantiei of the CVarcb 4 Cnerry et. oMecHe'thgi tbm; Rtate especially desired. -iSSSSSSSSSS&'tT VOLUME XXXIH. , mMmrnm tenkessee, Wednesday, eebruari? 7, lsee. ' ' Weekly. - 3 1 "NO 54 Prfceortionate rates for shorter pwfetft, BcttariptioM iavarisAly ia sdvaaee. MEDICAL. HARDWARE. GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &c INSURANCE. PETROLEUM. DRUGS, .&.MEDICINES, GROCERS & BANKERS. MU(.i SJtfttii - - - " 'i i ' . f. SBiHOiJEj m. d., (Late Rrigsde Sargeon, U. S. A.) OCCMST AM) AURIST, Office 33 Cea' J"wcct,bctwcen Sammcr and Cherry, Ix"11' KAsnvlLtE. ' Office for irtatmcnt of all Diseases of the Eye and Ear juration for Sqointing. Cataract, cct perforra!. sox as,- r. o. I 'Tdee6 3Utp, REAL JESTATE. SAFE INVF3T3IENT. WE DESIRE TO CALL ATTENTION TO A ,l,fcw digibloarchep.piccs-of RealEsWe in tho city o...

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 February 1866

i Hill W ilffilCil. jy t. c. LinnrprGTOK & co. -r TenaatUy,,il4; Weekly, 83. rfe JH-RHNHMBAT, FRRARTT, IMS. Heading Matter on Each Page, Wew gratified to observe tlwt the prop ortion for a mass meeting in lhia city on the .231 insL, Is being very cordially received by t)te press ami people in. Various portions of the Stete, irrespective of past differences, The CbmmercieJ, at Knoiville, a conserva tive Unioa paper, calls for a meeting of the citizens of that county to send representa lives to the meeting here. Tkere has never been bo important a crisis is the kutoryof the country, The people. years of bloody strife, arc seeking the restoration of order and the preservation of something like free government. At the. bead ef this ncble effort stands tlie President of the nation, struggling with a dominant faction, who seem intent upon the most in eakuk&Ie evil. At such a time a handful of advetarcrs in our own State, who have obtained a temporary importance by virtue of the re...

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 February 1866

1 ' i ' if - UKlor WD IMER1CAK. Heading Matter oh Eacfi Page. Mrl Johk W. Faxox is our local went at Clsrks vllle, to recolvo aad receipt for subscriptions to the Uxioic asd American. LOCAL 2VEWS First Page. Gen. Robert nation: An Extract from an eloquent eulogy on the de ceased by Maj. Howard Our East Tennes see Correspondence, Ac Fourth Pa ok. German Aristocracy Industrial Co-operation in England, &c StEETTXG OF THE BOARD Or ameiucev. The Board held a regular meeting last evening at 7'clock Meaibeni present: Messrs. Kinney, Kloo Sloan, Chilton, Thompson, Creighton, and President Cheatham. The -following reports were read and received : , The report of Ituftw Henry, Treasurer, exhibits the following: Receipts, Ineladlng balaaco from hut. . reporU .$C2G3 S3 Disbursements 51,652 52 Balance on hind $10,716 31 The report of A. R. Shankland, Bcvenuc Collector,Jsliovra a, collection of $15,504 22, exclusive of commission, for city 'purposes, v leaving $779 77 to pay over to the Board...

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 February 1866

1 o y--efn'iMMW-sig-'- acts- cew -w.m.jW8WJt' 1 and AmericaiL UNDERTAKER. GROaERIKS;"LTQTJOHS 4'e. .t-.'.1'ft T" f IBS 4 (5 V V Mending Matter on Each Page. ARRIVAL XSO DEPARTURE OF THE . ' TRADfS- . sl)mlU and jahtiUe Railroad. Leave) Nashville at 7:30 A M &30 P M Arrives at Lfleifrille. 6.-00 P M SMAM tT.-OO A M Leaves Lonisvillo a . r.:iw p m Arrives at Nashville ,. 5:30 1' M G.-09 AM EdaduUl and Kentttch Railrord. Leave Nn-hvillc 10 P M Arrive aaAvillc--. wJK54 8 Leaves CynBCficld . w A At Arrive at Springfield feOO P M A'ativille and ChattSnoppa. .Railroad. Learn Na'hvilleal . ... 8.-00 A M Arrives at Nashvllle. 6:15 P M Leaves Chattanooga 6:40 P M Arrives at Chattanooga G.-20 A M fi'atlvitle and liorlhwetttrn Jlailroad Leare Nashville . GrOO P M Arrive at Johnsoavillo 11.-00 P M Leave. Jot naonvlUc 1A0 A M Arrive at Nashville &50 A M JfaihvUle and Decatur Railroad-. Leave Nashville -....-...-. ... 7:50 A M Arrive Rt Decatur . 3:30 P M Leave Doeatnr 8:30 A M Arrive at ....

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 February 1866

' . HIMIMIIMI I 1 Ml III II I Ml I II ' 1 ' ' rs TIMJt J,At W W.X UU WKN AND f a -J sa ai c F. C BIJIOmCGTON fc" CO., EDITORS k PROPRIETORS. of Csasck ml Camrs.. spiiniti tw Poet if" VolanUtr obmbubIUw, cMtahuafiatewst lnc or UnporUat news, olkllcd from any QHarter. New letters fresa the varioa counties of the State especially desired. All coowBanlcatiow ihould bo a&ireffed to the "Edltoraof theUsios xsd Axebica." MEDICAL. ' T-Z J?. SEYMOUR, M. B.,' ' .1 ' (Late Brigade Surceon, U.S. A.) OCOOST AND AURIST, Offiec 59Cedr tteet.betwecn Summer and Cherry, NAfiKVITiliB. nr... fi,,.tment of all Diseases of the Eye and Ear juration!. forSnointine. Cataract, ect. pcrforra I BOX 3S, P. O. decC 3mltp. REAt. ESTATE. SAEE INVESTMENT. WB-MSIRK 10 CALL ATTENTION TO A II few cTlcible and cheap pieeesof B,fS,n In the city of Kariiville. -worthy the investigation Lr whr. wint Mecnnt and sabiUutial home. i fili nrick Dwellinx Houses on North Cherry street" Mow -the Old Theatre, new .and in cooS ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 8 February 1866

11 1 hi iMiiwpi iiniiiiiiMiWiPiiiiiiiii' 11 lippiipp iMifipi in muni 1 iii'NiiiiijPiiipyifi Kf,iHpP' 'l in -- - - - - . - 1 f i ; w i- nil! m mm. 1Y P. 0. DUlOraGTOlf & CO. Trrms : Bally, $14; Weekly, 83. THURSDAY, FEBRUARYS, ISGB, 'JRmding Matter oh Each Page. ITEMS OF CENXKAI. XEW'S. . By tho last European tdrlccs wo learn thai . tho Emperor Napoleon, in his speech on tbe22d ulL, said that arrangements were being made- to withdraw tho French troops from Mexico, and it U hoped that thii will pacify the people of the United Stttcs, who were invited to join the expe dition, hat declined, nlfhoagk inch expeJitisins are not opposed to their lateral. The remain der of the f pceeh refers purely to this question A mill mectincof Oermasf wai.hcld Chicago on tho Mb, which adopted resolution declaring It .the duty .of Centres to impeach President Johnson, and recommending the abolition of tho Executive branch of the Government entirely. Nearly all the merchant! of Matainoras, and among 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. — 8 February 1866

as 81 3t- -ii-2iAJB9K."-L UMIQN AND AMERICAN. ,TirCJXSA',TERKtTAXY 8, 166. .Reading Matter OH Mr. Jonx W. Faxox !i oar local agent Vll'Ie. to receive and receipt for subscription to1 the Uxtox Aire AvgRicix. report er si a j. oiar. hhermax upon TiiE cosditios or af. FAIRS IX HIS BEPARTMEXT. SCHEMES TOIl THE IMPROVEMENT 0F TIIE STATE AND POPULATION. WXshixcito.v, Feb. 2. The 'foilu owing message was sent to the Senate to-day by ..Tb tAe Smote oi.e DWtol S(ato.- In annwerto the receffution of the Senate. of the 20th ulL reqnestine the President if . .1 . . to communicate to the Sea ate a copy of the Jate report of Jlaior Ueneral fclierman upon the condition of the States in his department. , in which ne bm lately mace a tour 01 in T . . . T ... KpcciioBj x irantonii ncrewiiu a copy 01 a communication, dated December 22a, 18G5, addrctwed to tlio hcadquartcre of the arnir, by Major General Slicrman, commanding tfie Jluitary i)i vision of the Misswgippi. Akdeew Joiixson. WASiiiNOToir, Fe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 8 February 1866

15 S5 c r. HwnWng Matter h JSach Page. TME JPKHI'AChVTieX OP TROUT. , T e Miter, of the New York Tribenc Jife: Since the printing of your cxolent articles ca the propagation of Brook Trout, In wbick my name is Mentioned, I have been ovewr hdnod -witlu kttcra from all parts of the United States, asking further information ia the various departments of their cultiva tion. This great desire for further knowl edge, so extensively manifested by a large number of your readers, induces me to ahk yon to print the following article, in the fiereBt editions of the tribune, giving minute answers to the most important in formation ,rei Hi red in growing Trout, both naturally and artificially. Also a pretty full description of the celebrated Caledonia Spring Creek, the vatl number of;Troutit yearly produces naturally; with SetU Qrcen's gigaat&topcrationB in rowing Trout in it arti&aiaUy, c. To Cultivate Brook Trout successfully, the water must be pure, clean spring water, free from til p...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 9 February 1866

"j - ' - - - B P. VetesUry eoMPinnteotiont. eoeUlnlnr laterest .WfrrlnifissUat Mm, sstMted T qaer. ICmjTMtm'eMWer tee State eiiecklydeeire4. ' AHleWuiiWaWrews M4r4 isthe .1 JJeHses.'q f. tywMl Acak, - t - ' T ' w - y- V . -$ vnmmvfp. ytiht sTFrrr. tv.iwf.ssee"1 'Tttjtti a y . turrit a t?;v .q . wfid. . ' pwwtf0rAort-riei ; " MEDICAli. OCULIST AX AURIST, 0co fr .rttment of nil Dicm of Ihe fcro , kail Sax pfHojii,or,Sjpiti. C&tarict, kL, PTwa-7t 'box y p.'e. REAL ESTATE. Uttf WvBvk-rS'tkXiL ATTfeXTION TO A few ellcibln tmi cheap picec of Rcl.EUto, '5fil(cUs'or.K4tie. wwrtr tie mTtjtion of lhoo who wanVFleBt ad ( ubstantial hornet 1. Six Brick Dwelliwr llontcs on North Cherry itreet. blqw tbo OW Theatre, new .and in good ordor. Tliree'of them" are thnso rtone hif B, nd three two KoricJ. 2. As eliwwrt aed mucnifieeBt Siore Ilowe. onl hu PiMk Squwe, North Side, fopr ttoriM hi?h.( in eorapiete order, and ia the roweIon of choieo tenant for there4a4ei of tie year. 3. A fioc. coUr. new ...

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 February 1866

il " - s - ' , JL 18 8 mt- Jii nniBiQi p. c. BiTinrarGTOjr & co. Term: Bally, 14j Weekly, 8. FXIBA.Y, rHHKCAKY 9, 1S. MieMug Mailer on. Each Page ITKXH er UKXERA.Ii XEH1S. Very grwit preparation wo betas made by the Utlttl romml-ttce of the :two Houfe. of which Koo. Solomon Toot, uf Vermont, U chairman, for pawing an appropriate Coatrestlosal tribute to 1kejSMory of Abraham Lincoln, ob the easts? anniversary of ht birthday which will be San der, tfco 12th of tk'u month. It ( kaowri that Hob. George Bancroft, of NewTork, has consent ed to won ou nce the oration. Mr. and Mrs. Ban croft will be the guefttof the Presidential man- non during their t-Uy in Washington, in accord ance with the invitation of the President himself. The Joint Committee on Reconstruction bat. as previously istated. been divided into Are tub cBtntaftice of three members cash. Thrao are u fellow j 1st. Senators Fcssenden and Johnson, and Re prewaUtlvc Stevens, to whom is intrusted the general bonnes of the co...

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 February 1866

if $ w mm Bats FRIBAT, TEBAUARY 9, 1868. Reading Matter oh JSaejk JPage, Mr. W. FtMS ts par kxsU agent at Crarki vill tbTeeaivo a4 reeeiirt1 WBaeriptioss to the Uxio A KB Avxssoax. Igter6(iagSpeeck eflkc PrcsHeif HE BECIiARES IIIKSEI-F JVOT A CAJf D1BATE FOR RE-KtECTIOX. He Will Adhere to His Policy. Washikotojt, Feb. 7.' , This morning a large namW of.citiaeHS1 of Montana Territory, now WashiBgton, called upon the President. B.M.PiBey, United States Marshal for the Territory, Chief, Justice Hosaer, General Barrow, and twenty-five or thirty ethers were among the -number. Mr. Pinney addrewed the. President on behaltef the delegation. He "ItbecoKiea'my daty as a member of this delegation to aeeare yea that.the priaapks nnnnnneed i Ttmr aRflHal HMMaee to Uon-i 'fcrev and your pelky la relation to the pr . .... 1 7 7.lt.. ' -r .t.t nnlnf ItAJt ' has cnt political connawoa oi u" gladdened the hearts or the people ol our j vn -M iuuu.ibi'. . I a vnrdii when we assure you that we take.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. — 9 February 1866

!ial fr4jg-ft-" Ujjjatri'Vjssj EOS TJnioif vaHd MierioM Jfw4r 'Matter HJ9nch Taijc. THE1 'PEOPLE SPEAmtf OUT, SfTJCTIXa IX MATJKT COTJNTT. AtaeUnc Iidd In Columbia. Maory county: km called to tno imjt, KUU UM kJ VMM pointed Secretary. ory remarks by the Chair Aneraicw ex sua as to tho object of tho meeting, the following named gentlemen were, on motion, anno mica a commUtac to drift -rcsolati&sr Jeseo S. Harris, j9ta"lT."S6BT. Kite rod Porter; Jkmti T.'Mooro wad John W.May. . , , , , . , 'Tho committee retired. and after a fbort ab tenco returned, anA. preseBtad,' through their chairman. Jesse 8. Ilarn;, the preamble and rcso ltlow following: VhkRas, It is at all times proper In a govern. racEt whose iaitHwlofls are popular .and 'rcbtb' liean. that tho peopto wlthTrhomXif right all pot litical lwr resides, AoaM give expression to their viws ar'oamctsarcs affecting their the gen eral wetfere: " whereat, in the present posture or pafeMe affairs there cxltts a necessity that tb.it ...

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 February 1866

J. f..'WlllUIU. .1 UH l JlH , III II jyi4MJWlHk.m ....... t y ! yA- !- f - . ' , . 1 f. . tneffiaravx co. w;roRfe i miopxiktors. H- I; H Voiaitry e6mmaioationf, 'eeaUriBf laterttt CiMpeii ai CiMfry Ma, iW oiiti flwtMr .lar or kaeorttat mm. tolleUed treat ur eearter. '$3fwi ;fr ft various eomilss ef the ptate espechtflr desired. a i'i. w m Weekly- i AM jSommmatttMoM abeaM be a44reM totbs VOLUME XXXIII. , NASHVILLE, , TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, EEBRUARY 10, 1S66. NO. 57.; Prspottfowaie rates for shorter pjVfefe. Saeseriftes iavariablr ia adve. " Kdlto of the Uino jixd axkbicax. DlILt 1 MEDICAE F. SEYJIOUll, M. . ' '" " (Late Brigade Surgeon. U. S. A.) OCUOST ; AST ATJRIST, Office 33 Ced'-'rtteet.bct-ecn Summer and Cherry. NASHVILLE. f8reffcr.Trtinent of all Diseases of tho Eye uj Etr nftl08 for Sanintise. Cataract, ect pcrromel. sex 38, P. o. deeG Ssilstp. EEAL ESTATE. SAFE INVESTMENT. WB.DB5IRB TO CALL ATTENTION TO A few eligible and cheap piece of Real istAte in the city of Nashville, wor...

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 February 1866

Hill IIP iHEfllM. it p. c. DifrraGToir & co. TcrHM : Bail y, gll; Weekly, 3. SATCXSAT, FEBRUARY 10, 18frS. Heading Matter on Each Fagc, items er generaii sews. At Iho New Hampshire State Democratic Con reatlon on the 7th, ci-PrcsiJcal Pierce tnade brief a4dr-ijn which he said: Oar country 1m pauci through Krloui pcriU, bat I hope that we are sow emerging from the thick darkness which ot obc lime brooded over the country. The pre eat time called for the calm, dispassionate and patriotic exertions of ail rood men in the work of restoration. Not merely In foru, but a rcttora Uon of community Interest, fraternal feeling and equality of right nmonc all the State. I think I caa decern gleams of light. Tha annual message ofFretident Johnson was admirable, and. In my jadgaeot, bis subsequent steps looking to restora tieB bare been guided by wisdom, patriotism nod swksMMMkip. I am pleased to greet as comais ..jMshm Ifi a aotte cause, all men who desire th lsauuiate wsjoratiog of the Sout...

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 February 1866

4 t ' 0 i .l! BBS UPOOr WD AMERICAN. SATTXHAY, FMVAXT 1 , X8M. Heading Matter on IZaefr Page, f ' 'Mr. JeHX W. Faxox k oar local ageatnt Clarksv vllle, to recelro and receipt for subscription to the Ujr axd AxesicaK. OUTSIBE. Jiekt Page. Speech of Mr. Dawson, of Fa. 1KB .ucxjwx. huuuuu 111 i I ante j. no xcic graph, etc , Focsth Faue. Poetry: The Widow' Wedding Ring Law and Order in Jackson county: Lctlcr lroaAir. pa'aitmrn rnolle me e ting in Lincoln anil Hickman, etc. r. mass coxvextiox ox Tin: ae. The friends of tbe Union, find f the Adminis tration of bk Exctllency, Andrew Johnson', eaf pretest Chief Executive, propose to celebrate the npproaehkg anniversary of the birth day of (be Father of hi Country, by holding in tho Capitol ofthe State, on tho 23d day of February, 1350, i Mas Convention. We desire all who art friend to Andrew John ion and his administration' to assemble withjos, at the Capitol, to pat the teal of condensation, broad and Indellible. anon the libeller of thsj...

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 February 1866

Union an3 Americaai TUHDERTA!EER'.i :.COTTON WL1HSJ' GROSBRIBS, &c. GROOBRIBS; LIQ"0ORS &c GROOSRBS, LIQUORS Ac FAMILY Q0C1KI15'4. 3temU0 Matter on Bach J'agc. THE WIHaWN WEBBIXG XING. Few yers ago thk very day, Wkii heart a4 yoasx. Where etet mtm drooped o'er the ray We pMd, while joy bell rase ; 31 y -sailer Ioto had etabaed bb bride To jfcre bU fBtaro life .... Wo left the era- stars tide by ude. ; Fond husuaaa-tratefal wife. BuiEoon ray aiIor left his home, Compelled by bitter ate to roam : , Ah me I bo riceps 'seam ocean's foam. The tlowinc roteato buoof hope from my ysmag lifo is rone; At irr trail without a prop, So I mval creep alone ; I look around the empty room. Hot tear-drop burn my face; Grim ruin rises from the gloom. And fill each vacant placo. My child lies tick upon bU Led, My Hil-rtt shrink with lonely dread. Ureal M aster, better both wero dead. Hash, wild heart, hush, I unit not tin, However keen my rricf; i Oh. Father, save ero I begin To doabt thy sure ...

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 February 1866

.T3HBH XAMTnrXUi SAXKft TTrfMl AXB 2 ifesiiofifty iflFteBMi tar4ipwt" v . - a , i " . 11 Cwsreh asrf CWry sta, m iiltii tJwfwt sLy lnc or olkittl frM Mr trtr. 9 viww psnirv Xemilettara'tisW i;Wwt'mn ef. e' .turn . tm AH 8KBlBBMtKMM tfceU V aaSS, U) the YOLTBIEXXXin. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, EEBRUAJtY 11, 1866. NO. 58.- FrofOftioiiata rates for shetter yiiiiia. )8uhstriioBg invariably m sJdmm. .t?;T irMEDICAL.' V. SEYMOUR. M. !).. i I a Summer and Cherry, nMCedreet.bctweo V1CMVT7.T. nn- , r i.. t.nnnt nf ft.ll TKcMaeaof and liar, aperetlons for SqolntiBg. Cataract, deeC-Smlstpl REATj estate. a. s. irsTsou. V. MOORE. , v. b; jrjcwso. NEWSOK,- MOORE & CO., REAL ESTATE .it . 1KD A TijYW XT J S;I;K G A G EX QY, AXD ' " NO. 4 WEST. KIIE.I!UBI.! WO.UARE NASHVILLE. TENN". We arc the regular 'authorlicd Agent fur thV flowing Southern paper: New Orleans True Delta, New Orlcan, Viehsbiirg Herald, Vickrimrr. Mi";. HunUvilfe Advocate, llaBtiTillo, Ala, Maery Cmnty.HeraJd, Columbia, Tenn...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 11 February 1866

ii I ! It - HtM ui) ami "iy,.a Buwrararoy & co. . Term !JHly, $11 ; Weekly, S3, f ' 1 JC XAY, XK tsAKY. II, 1S6, Bwidtity Mallei' oh bcA Prtc itwm " JK.I5XAI, xcws. i "TlwSaV-CeaHMittcc cm Reconstruction, who hwhn taw-tidallne aftdrs In Trafiwee, Lave atltiii to report to the fall Commttteo In - tmm f tin; 4iIaB of hit of the Teeacsscc a'eisa-atlcg to a teat in the, House. Thrr hare taken a. !are amount cf erilcnco, the' greater pattiea of which Ji to the effect that a. majority of tfc PAOpkof thotSu-t we disloyal. The Sen ate Coaiawttec,. however, hare examined only taoe wfeo are mb ployed by the Freedmm's Du re mm! crs who are earnestly opposed to the ifaMW vf fttaouthern in en. At the r.iiao tke, tt is at doubt tut that a rood many Re- 3 imMimM 1m the Howe, at least, ro ready to rote fcr adawMioa of Tennessee delegation. -Bm eUe of lcryin a duty of ten per eesst. eMteo to be exported, with a drawback , rf three or Ere per cent, on cotton retained for 1mm coMUftlon. will be in...

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 February 1866

ii h I r . tl ii ' t- 1 r ;.t- i .I UiM JOTD IMERIflM. Heading M4tr H IZttefi. fetge. - " : Mr. Jobs W. Fax o h onr local wrest at Ciarks vllle. to receive ami receipt for subscriptions to tho UgtOE AKB AxgEICAS. CnVKCH SERVICER TO-BAT. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, corner, of Church and 6n miner. Pastor, Rer. R. T. Bunting, 11 A. M. and" P.M.. SECOND PRESBYTERIAN ClU'RCIl. comer of College and Gay. Pastor, Rcr. IL Allen, 11A.M. and 7 P.M. McKKNDREE CHURCn.fMcthodlsU on Church, between Summer and Ilieh street. Pastor, Ker. D. B. BaWwln, 11 A. M. TO i i- a. CHRISTIAN CHURCH, between ViMMA Mifli streets, on Chnrch. Pastor, P. 8. Fall, 11 A M. and 7 P.M. CATHOLIC CHURCH. corner d Cedar and Sam- merstreets. Rev. M. B.Yortune. Services at C. 8,10)5 A. M. and 7 P.M. FIRST CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, en Summer street, every Sabbath at 11 A. ML and "P. M. The Vutor, Rer. Dr. A. J. Balrd, tnar bo found In bis office in the front part of tho church taring tho week from Hto5F,M. "v FIRST BAPT...

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 February 1866

1 "WUMkmiiKW Union aad AmsrioaiL MonMht0 Matter m JftwiV Pttgc. , 4 , MR Wah.' ' , t , 1 Fretn tiM Reiiaioas Herald. "I aitl lose alt eoSdKe in the jrtftice of Divuw VTQv'tAwtt,?' said m it(fligcnt astd lMM kdr. eknng the late unhappy ctvit WHtcty ri-if the Confederates ehoaM Ml to , pm Ifeair wdepwdeiwe." They did jail; VmA whether sins waa' jweecrved from the UrteBiag vortex of inWelity. wo are not InfenMd. That He persons have had their eooMtmw it the Reality, -wwiom and reetifesde of a miperintesiiBg Providence creatlr weakejved, that aw;jQre have had tWr faith sorely tried, by the issues of the miiry we kvc had abundont evidence. Tn onto to eereeet this evil, we hihsI trace it to Hs aoftrcsi. Never wea'jeoj4e more generally and firmW united in opinion, than were the people of thSoti, in the persuasion that the efkwte ef the Confederacy was righteous. It k set enr jwrpeee. to discuss the sound Mtaef tftkoputtoa. Butrightorwrong.it -was held with a clearness of conviction, that M...

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