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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 23 December 1875

... . . . . . ?r- , ' - m t ' CsansfiSlaiiiLliScHcitor it V HJMXK YILL B, TBXX, UTtl practice i all the CourU of Upper Eet TitiNHMt, n1 la the Supreme aud F.Meral Court at Kovilf , ; ;,f , 17 c. rli,-vi;s, Will practice la all th Courts of Upper V.4t Tpniiwe, anl the Supreme Court tlourt at Knoxvilte. 'pii: tiai.om.y, Attorney a w SOLICITOR IX CHANCERY. tiRK t: X K V I LLE, t S TEXXtCSSBM II. WILSON, JV .....r Attorney' and Solicitor, VREKSKVILLE, TKXX., Will prarticn ia Greene and adjoining c.ititia, ami the Supreme (urU at Knxille, and Federal a. m. rCTTtnoxi. j. m. aoaiKsdy. pi:TTIUE &. ItOUIM, Attorneys and Counsellors, Will practice In all the Court ft East Trnmi, and the HujTeuie ind Federil Court at Knoxvilltt. A . II A 11 51 O K f attorney at law, . Solicitor in Chancery, . . . AXD w ' f Special Revenue Commisslocer, WIl practice lu all the Court of Greene and adjoining counties. Prompt and unremitting altention will lat irivii to all T.fci.il biihine- trunt- rd lU enre....

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 23 December 1875

Another pretty kettle of fish. in Radical-riMen South Carolina.--T1C4. iHHorp" Jlotses, formerly Governor, has been elected, by. Ihe farcical Legislature of the SUt , judge of one of the most import tint Judicial circuit, nnd a negro, one Wbiper, equally comipt ami almost a' infamous, at the samo lime, was elected JuiTje of another 'eircuit. Gov, Chamberlain says he looks l upon their election 03 a horrible disaster, a disaster equally great to the State, o the publi can party, ami tie greatest of all -to tho"0 communities which are doomcl to feci" th full effects of the prvmncc of Moses and Whlp per upon the bench." Gov. Cham berlain says their election was ob tained by trickery in his tempore ' ary absence from the capital. "Whippcr and Moses he describes as the most unblushing scoundrels in 'JLe St.te. SriUNCiKit, a Democratic Repre sentative from Indiana, cflected a most wngnificent rout of the Re publicans in the House laswcck. SL The Republicans under the master- Iy lend of Ja...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 23 December 1875

r. f.; ' V 1 . V U,US T I'1 Caney Branch. TOM A. UAKKIi, f II: IMtMssTobl., Manager. Drtfiulxr, S3r, 175. i TF.ll . i V i i sYor ttir ao All ioalae pre mi1.1 by publisher. :iOVI!irTKI?IU ItATK. 7Ts'-e-i.-.i contract mvl wilh IH-a) A-I- I. ! .rfhr.v,:i,.ii..i,: cent. ..c.J i.,r. i 1 mici-eediii;; iti.irrtioa f-ir nix luouth r Ice lima. one Week, inche or lr 'Tfpft iaeii.. d Cf J ninm limn B' CX. 1 11. " .... e; IS, " .... 60 1 Tw Wcrks inh . or li-sa tlMK'e per i.uh. . . ,t 1 50 more ttinn 6, r5 EA One Mouth, nrlin or !c ire, . r inch,. ! - more tliau , I M H 4 ll . " M 1JJ Pninrfi CuriU i ....... inrlivt, or ! m-p. pT Inch, i " iin.rr tln , " IV " " " IS, " ...t2 25 . .. 1 73 . .. I SI) ... I to t ...2 50 ....'2 ' ,...1 75 ....I so SI .Manlbs, rv'uiiiiriir(i... . .:;.'...'.. -eo lutjiri nr u -r inrh 4 (' IS , " 11. ... .3 o m. ....a ftu no Vrir, niTn-!t-. Tards lo oo Im s nr K.cf , er Inch,. . . .7 "on I " " ni". re (hnn H, " . ;, w M - 12,; ) ".;. I oo ? " " " M 18. " 4 imi -If TOW...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 23 December 1875

an Thfl Grance. Farm and Household. Down With the Fences. We -congratulate tuc farmers of Necklenburg, N. C, upon the- pro gressive spirit which baa led them to do away and abolish iorever the old fence law, the most oppressive, as it Is at this day the moat absurd, or all the many ouraens iam upon the broad back of agriculture.! Since the Patrons of Husbandry bare taught the agricultural' roind to think, we trust it wil not be long before. the farmers discover the manifest injustice f. a law which compels. aman, before he -ean enter Into the enjoyment of his property, to inclose his land, at a jirst cost, in many cases, equal to iU valae in fee simple, of ten per rent, on the original outlay. . In the name of all that in equitable, why not -tlo ' everywhere aa the Mccklcnburgcrs do, compel every man to take care of his own stock, and thus save him the far heavier task of , defending bia crops from his neighbors stock or the vagrant herds of landless squatters? Ag riculture on the c...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 6 January 1876

,1 -V 1 ' M A 2 VOL VII. GREENEVILLE, TENNESSEE; .fHURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1876. : I mi -A w IV-fcl 1 H H 1 H N w y V vr "V v VVVV , .. v , , . ;. - , 1 i a: . .s CONGRESSIONAL First Day's Work After lb Iterrta. SI-NATE. Washington, Jan. 5, 175. Morton's M iHiesi ppi resolutions went over to Monday's executive session. . .. . . HOCIE. . Tbo Ilonse is apportioning the President's message to the proper committees. Mr. Kerr occupied the chair in apparently good health. Few members wercubsent. Matters concerning banking and currency and the resumption of specie payments by national banks, were referred to the Committee on Banking and Currency. Mutters pertaining to legal tender notes were referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. On the call of States, among the bills introduced, were tho follow ing: To repeal bankruptcy act, and to make persons on trial before United States Courts competent witnesses. . Mr. Douglas, of Virginia, intro duced a resolution for the appoint ment of t Select ...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 6 January 1876

Unioifand American. Tburadny, January Cih, 1876. BJCAVTIt'VL TJIIXOB. Beautiful face are lliom that wur It matter but little if Hark or fair Whole ouled honesty riiited ther. Bt'iiM eye are those that how, Llka crjslal pane litre hearth-Gre ' glow, Btautlful thought thakum lelow. Beautiful lipa are those whi.taj word Leap from the heart like songs ol birds. Yet ho utterance prudence gird. Beautiful hand are I boa that do Work that la earnest am brave and trne, aioujeut by moiiiiul, the lung day through. Beautiful feet are those that go ()a kindly ministering to and fro Down lowliest waya, if Oixl will it so. Beautiful shoulders are those that bear Ceaselee burden of homely care, With patient (race and daily prayer. Beautiful Uvea, are thoie that bless Bllent rlv-r of happiness, Vi boaa hiddeu fuuutaio but few may guess. Beautiful twilight, at aet ol aim, Jieautliul R" I, with race well run, Beautiful rest, with work well done. Beautiful grave where grasses creep, Where brown leave l...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 6 January 1876

LAMES' BZrABTHZHT. TU f Ml 010 VP CjiiLvnoou. i . ! ; 5 . . . - ' TThen I hear the waters fretting, ' Wf n I see th rhestnu' letting- AU ber lovely Llo-wun fttlit-r do o, I think, ' Alas the Hay !" On?;. !ih magical sweet sinking, , JJlaellirds'm iLs woodland ringing Tbst ai akes r-o in-irs while April houri - Var tliciulvt'i away. .5 t iu . .... . ... ' In our hearts fuir hop lay smiling Swvl as sir, ami all beguiling j , And there hung a mist of bluebells on tbe slope and dosn the. dell ; 1 And we talked of joy and splendor That the yarn unborn , ould rruwi r; And the blackbirds helped us with the lory, fir tbey knew it Will Plplfip. Anting. "Bees are humming j Aprils here ,atfV Summer's coming. Don't forget un ben y..u walk, a man i' li men. in' pride and jny ; ' Tbink on us in ally shady Whm you step a graccfullndy; For no fairer day have t to hope for. ' Utile girl and bovi. " "Laugh and luy, 0 liplng waters! Lull Our dorny sons iiiiH daughter; Come', O wind, and rock their lea...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 6 January 1876

r inciiiPTiort. opy, : jr' ..." ale tiioi.lhl l."U thrrt C 111 xxltg prt paid by publUberi. 'ADVBUTiaiMO HATES. Bruut.ewrtrwU rod with Lxl A1 rurnd AdrertUin A.U. Ift t BiiopncM H1eff lint firVnrriion; 8 C'-nU ecoml inwr Uin; 6ci.UVUrdinwrllon;8cenl.fourib .tCtX E & r Um time. Op Week, Inebat or le vo, per Inch, It " " more than , " 11 l, " - "18. .1 . so , . u iTw Li. i bo II " more thfcn 6, 1 8 li. " 18, " 1 no SI 7S One Mouth, lnck or lew oe, r inch, It more Uim , 18 " 12. " t 2?. . 1 75 . 1 2 . 1 00 Thee Month, Dadneu Cerd ts 5 ' I Inrhee, or lew pce, per Inch,. . . .2 60 It " wore lbn , " ....8 " 18 - - " " 12, " ' ' tl " ' 18, " ....1 60 81 Month, T3tlneCrdn t a tcrhve or le nc. per Inch,. . . 4 H ' more then 6. " . . .8 6" jl " li, ... .8 oo " 18. " ....2 6U Ana Veer. Bnninfiii Card ' 0 Incbea or lew pce, per Inch,. . . .7 oo l i mi.ra Iknil A. " A 00 18 " " " " 12, " ... fc oo k " - 18. " 4 oo a Sevier te Baker. Editors end I'ropi ii'tors. Union aad American. Thursday Ja...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 6 January 1876

rr . "'Si . A v v 1 LOCtL, STATE U'DtaERAL. . A MAN UOT. Tk Dakger f ThaalBKth "Crook. d" to lu Lair. , Monday night a party of sine, Deputy U. S. Marshals Mitch ell and Charles Piper leading the party, went out to Romeo to arrevt Robert Kite, who wan charged with illicit distilling. They arrived at Kite's place 3 o'clock Tuesday morning. They found the still bouse, but failed to discover the apparatus. They then surround ed Kite's house and called ot him to come out and surrender, which he refused to do. They pari eyed with Lim for some time, when suddenly he threw the door open and ran for a thicket near by. Some one in the revenue party, us declared by a man now in town as a witness in the case, shot at him. Kite had a gun and a pistol about him and bcinjj shot at, wheeled and Tcturned the fire, wounding. James Piper in three places, in each thigh and in the calf of tho right leg. Gaining the thicket, be was not pcrsued, while the revenue men soon after returned to town, leav ing...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 6 January 1876

09 tJnioii and American. ""TAnk AND OiiAlIGE. Women in the Grange. Irt the subordinate grange, among; neighbor, friends and acquaint ances, when the subject under consideration are mostly local, and do not turn upon financial problems, or intricate questions of govern mental policy, the lady niciuUrs are in their element, oud will al ways enjoy ' lh meetings very much, yea, will bless the founder of an organization thnt invites them from the too confining cures of housewifery to the pleasures of monthly social meetings. In the county grange, too, if properly conducted, the women will always lata pleasure and often become useful as well as ornamental. But liow about the State Grange? Hav ing lately witnessed the meeting of our State Grange, when thirty or forty bisters were cooped for ten liouis daily for four days in a not very comfortable hall, among some two hundred cr more brothers, mid jn some placcs'nOt free from the tver-present and abominable to bncco juice, we may HAf'ely ve...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 6 January 1876

Thcri sec mi, remark tie Chicago Timet, to be a good deal of mad Den in Gil;Haven's Methodism. "An, in vanity," remarked a tin ware peddler the other day. "Wbai's life to me, anyhow, but holler and tin aelU ' ; Wantid, a conntry newspaper, on the line of a railroad, to tell the truth, the whole truth, end noth ing but the truth about that rail road. llow makt yonng men spattered all over the county are trying to get a word to rhyme with "Centennial," ia a problem that ' will ' never be 61ved. Landlady (fiercely) "You nmntn't occupy that bed with your boot on." Hoarder "evermma, they're an old pair. I gut6s tbebugs won't hurt 'enc. Let 'em rip any how." A Deserted husband in Balti more advertises his wife as having left his bed and board, ond offers rflward of 850 to anv white man who will marry ber and take her to California. The Troy Press saye: "A teacher in one of our prora'nent ieoiaii minarieB on the HudHon, on be ing asked by a yonng lady of her class what pig iron is, replied...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 6 January 1876

Union and American Thorsdnj. Jatmary Clh, 1ST. RAIL ROAD TIME, TABLE. Mail TiaIs, No. 1, Wfsr: Andrei ' Sparta 7:4 , . u. Mail Tai5, No. 8, East: UriVH 139. P.M. ,prts v TM, r. . i:c!Kt Thai.v, Jio, I, Wm: Arrives.,.,..."..,.. 10:15, p. m. eprti.., .,.'.....,.. t ..... HlHi r. m. 'PAsaMora Tarn, So. 4, East: rrive , ...i 6:61, a m. heparin (i...6:&7, a. m. FacicHT Thais, Ko. 6, Vih : rrlTca..,, ...... 1116.- .epart. .'. . . . ... 12:21, A. u. Fbuoht Tbaih, No. 6, Eat : Wires K:r8. )eparts TOWN AND COUNTSY." T-Itabbit hunters are plenty. i-Tlie days are growing longer. Cbristmai tolerably fair and pleasant Walk up and pay your sub scription for 1876. '-This is Leap Year. Give the old gal a chance. . . .. . . . The. favor from our friend T. A.1 II.; will appear next week. ; ' Duck hunting ia in order. They are numerous on Chucky. The night mail now cats sup per at Knoxvillc, at four 'clock. The concert to' be given at Mt. Bdthel lias beea postponed. Every body invited. "Going, goi...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 13 January 1876

1 iuc;:..; ; J ''i v , i n :iKv ....... ' T ' ' -- a? ...: .... .ni.;n-.MlAJuJ; iiOjiu XhuhkL .xrilMiBilT S) " ?' LaA GRE&NEVlUtf, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1S76. 1 1 '," ' 1 - . ... . 1 ' '; . , r.t y i. . .. . VOL VII. ANDREW, r JOHNSON.- Kmlogy Prnoaiicrd In h Hodm by Mr. Mrl'urland. In the House, 'KopiTsenUtive McFarland Bj)oke as follows : Mr. Speaker the duty devolves on neT as" tbo Kenresentatire of thfr first coDSi'tbsional diatrict of Tennessee,' to announce to the in business as a tailor. liy Ii is in House the death of a distinguifched dustry, energy, unswerving intcg citizen of Tennessee, whose home, rit-, and promptnena he was 6uc frora his Orst appeurance in that ,ccsBful .' A a mechanic, that fidel State in t1826. to tho day of hisj lty to duty and unfjuestionpd hon death, was in the congressional cty wfiich characterized him iu distrMl .now have the honor to every period of his history won represent in this House.' I allude ; for ldm he'confidence and rWpe...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 13 January 1876

0 J vS 'S 7 Union aad American, f TMK MXBH.. X ktaa I ok, magle inU, Thl wlldy IbrilU lht tresrt, Aad bid H wWt emotion eweH : - When fcp U lip It preened i TU frlend.Mi.'i breafc. affection' leal. And, Uongn ft transient bHw, fb proudeit. eoldest heart ttost fed T rapture of klM. i : ' o . A kiwi yt, til der dngbt, Whose tnera.tr) often cheers, And 'shed through clouds radiance " bright. In oene of after year, Whan sorrow o'er the boora roll, Who hath not felt the bliss Spread swiftly through the glowing lost Beneath magte kissf WHAT. 1IADA1IE OSEaCEIE . - -. TOLD MS. . ' l CT MART KYLE DALLAS. Tb.Ii li Madame Greeorie'a eto rt I tell the tale as it was told to me.' and d not vouch for it: Mv. husband was away from home. 1 had not received let ter that I had expected, nnd I was verv anxious concerning biro. Wt h ail not been married three month and wo were fonder of each other than I can tell: and I knew that nothing could prevent him from writing to me but something that must prev...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 13 January 1876

' L AUISS' 232PA2T1I E1TT. WII tTDO YOtTIIIMK AUOUTIT. It it impoRHibln to decide which ax whh created uperior, or which inferior, while the rondition of the two remain fts-mfied aa at pres ent. Dr. M, who is fninalw, wonld weigh fifty pounds more th in Dr. II., who is mule and conld lift him in beranin unt of any difficulty thai bis LittlenfcKK n.ilit f.tll into. Hin eyes aro blue, litre) nre blur k. Hifl hair is flax color, hers like mid night. His Toice ia pipping and child like, hers a full round rias. He passed into his profinfieion hon estly, nhe with ffrent eclat. lie has it small practice, ulie one that ia overwbefcnnt,'. lie ia Buffc, docile, amiable, smiling, Iihh pretty white handa and little du.'-iaion of charac ter, while hH ia atarn, decided, run olnte, and independent He would turn wbila while amputttin a limit ; tbe would not Munch. . lint what does it all prove! Nit'um! She in a worn in, be, a man $ alio ia HUxrior in Rome things, he in other.. Wiiy shoul.l La he gr...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 13 January 1876

TERMS OF St'BKCftiPTldN'. On opr, one jttr, . .j. t'AQrt " " i mnnthi ,V 1.O0 - " ttirct 60 ill pottage re patd by publUhert. ADVEUT1SI3G HATES. Sraeifc. contRtr road with Local Xd- J.M ANtiii llitf Wiltsn 6 cent vfcoiid kinr U va; I eenU third insertion ; t cents fourth tad iocctuding ioierlioot'tr lix mootlu triMtu. i i J y Inchu or lem apace, per i rjch,. ..J.M It " " more than H, 'f5 II M " " " 12, " .... 6t 1hm Weak tnchti or let naaae tor kidv- 1 25 U M i I 01 1, 76 I Inchu or let space, p;r incbi, . , 38 II rtori than 6, " ...: 1 W II " " ' 12. .... 1 !M to. W ,'"'. 18 10 laitntti Care's. f8 inch, or lean apace, par loch . . .2 IW II .!. bom than fr. " ....KM II " " " " 11, " ...-.! W n M . . .. w . v i to .'" ' si ittojrtlW ''. lutneas Carina.... ; ....... ......fl) 00 lochea or less apace, pr hica,. . . .4 II , 'V " mere than 6. " ....8 00 ll'" ' " " 12. . ...8 oo f It ' It II 18. .2 bV ) o ii i i'i i . One Year, Bialnesa Card.' . 4 tachea or leaa apace, per inch, l -, iore...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 13 January 1876

. , ' . T LOCL, SJATE AND GKN ERA L ; " ' ' 11 ' ?rora (ii Occasional C"rrt mii1miI. J rEACU ' GROVE XOTES, " TIoalaliv9renrDrbat at Wool utj t'ollf8A I'Jcre of And Jebnaon'a Ilaiiuliierk, Pencil Orovoi a country-, post- office of, lb Ppf annum '.ina nitude, kept by Mr. A.. Harmon, Democrat. Why this important and lucretive positujn wlioulil have been given over to the Democracy we lo not know, but,' in strict justice to' the dominant parly, we think it should ,li;ivc ..been deposi ted in the hands of some hungry Radical' This is the nearest post. ! . C . It 1 inn hnorlinnr I r The scenery surrounding , this institution (the college) is ol a character to please the most fas tidious taste. ,. South of the col lege lie, piled heavenward in ma jestic grandeur, the Alleghanys, anys, while to the north and 'parallel with the mountains, snetches.a beaatifnl ' valley, through which course the cjear and limpid waters of Little Lick Creek. This valley, in 6pring time, would fiirnish an artis...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 13 January 1876

Union aad American, Tksftlar. Jinwrj ISth, 1878. k J "1 , , , , LTlMdHty of haying lODb.ng tBiefuraDdiDUrciUDg for the con- l.lo.n!nn nf tdo f! ran fro lit Itu ideratioQ of ttw Granga at ita Uted meeting devolves upoa this official. it is. la.mm tuai me member naturally look for enter- tainmentand inbtruction after the been created. Hitherto it has been i regular routine of work ia conclttd- supposed that nun of ability wi re d, he should beforehand give some found only fn the learned pro ublect germain to the Order care- tcssbns, but it lias been found, ofi ful thought and study, aud so late years, that ability is not con present it to the Grange as to pro- fined to these callings. In the -voke discussion, and to draw out a V H'e farmer and artisan were full expression of opinion in re- unknown, for the reason that they cart to it. lie should either open ope their thoughts within their the debate himseir or call upon own minds and never gave them tome suitable person to do so. Let ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 13 January 1876

T C 3 i t-OTU. Tha dtck stood on lh borclai; boy. Vhn -ont but him bud fled Th flo.i lit up bit fur itli joy, A b dncd upon bit head. , ' Tat ready for fibt b itood,-. On eery toe a rtn ; t He liMiUmd f.r aouia crtatura'a blood, . Aud picked l it teeth with a bora. TU boy rolled on, bat Wild aot go 'tVlthfiul bit pa'a idngnal: . That prul, f-itit kith brtr below. Cared uoi a dara for tbat. lie calmly yelled : 'Say, Governor. say, Why the dickena don't you comet" lie knew nat tliat tbat dead brat Jajf With bi nioutb crammed full of gum. r- ' A . , . ...... "Speak. Daddy." once again ha taid, "If 1 may jc.l be icon." "So I" but tf.c bloated aot. be lied. For lat ttw boy rolled on. 'J A 1 t ' 1 T . . t Upon hit bralh be felt bror, And In hi. hair a nave; . lie looked around bit tlai btHtomtd acew. And aaid ; "liow'a Ibia for a grave T" lie shouted once bot not aloud, ' Governor, tony i idav T" VI bile 'iieatb bini alow, I here tailed a crowd 9! hery wreathra of h.y. They (trapped to th...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 13 January 1876

V .-1 . . - ; V . - , .: , f LTgipn afAincrican. Thardaj. JagWy j3thjiS?6. f t r 5 jm .Roil) rJir tadLS. MailTm, No. l.Wtsr: ArrWe 7:8, k. k. Departs. 7:43, 1, k. ( Ma TaXr, Vo. S, Eset f M ; ' Arrtyr i ... i v ; .J. fl: 89. J. i. l5paru. . ...... a ..... . ?;1,. M. Passexqer Thais, No. 3, Wistj Arrives 10: IS, r. x. Departs i:M,r. W. Pasfe!or Trai.i, No. 4 EAftt Arrives!..: .... 6:5. A. Departs. . . 6:67, a. m. Fkeicit Train, No. 6, Vim: AwWes 11:18, a. m. ifcjjads 12:21, a.m. FawonT Traw, Hp, 6,Ea: 'a Jrls J:&8. p. m. Bujawte . 8:59. r. u. Sco advertisement of tke enie f the WilUtmw estate on fcbis pae. It is 'the finest property in fcLie couutjp. ' ' A regular hwlei ifunday night of wind and rain. r ... Prayer meeting at all "the Churches every night this week Sacramental meeting at the Xresbytorian Church last Sunday. There is an old superstition to the effect that Christmas coming on Saturday brodes ill to the; follow ing year. LLUloro reinforcements for J the Johnson Guard...

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