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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 27 November 1866

laaoaaogi mmhm mtYWB ai mjutivjjMg-jTj ,gAin gar, i a a Yfi'yflg) THECITY. Fort Neoley is being diamantled of the iron which covered the wood work. uiE new buildinea at the corner of Church and MarketlstfteTS "are being rapid ly completedand. wil) be3ready fogeccu pancy in a very few wgeka., TflEBE werer-onlyTa-coople-of riiade "up to eleven o'clcck. ifnd 'tile arreatg,. uiey were simply bummera, wh6vco,hl3,not find their way uomeoi - . i r . -.1 5. To James W. Pattox, successor to U. Arthur, No. 05 outh Cherry streetwe are inclebtea! tot -a. .cabbagkireighing .ninejj pottpdi -and eycral wpcerf, and "perfect in allxespects. TilEBE-were a .large number "oi. country people, in town yesterday, but business ."was extremely dull in every department. Our wholesale grocers .csfoecfaHy were Ioudrfn their complaints. Trade they say, is ,as " flat as a pan-ake." Cqvee them Up, The cellar-ways in. front of tiiejrdTrw orf GedaiJ street ought to be covere3tgp- As th'ey nbwj arepedestri ans are l...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 27 November 1866

NASHVILLE UNION AND DISPATCH, NOVEMBER 27, 1S66. hi UA VJW3 rrflUlN DEEISALES CHANCE JLW ' 8 ALE S' 0 S C Q B E L. . y nil ;i h i .TZf i m I ? ! J JiH ronTH oe a n TOP. as. t j COTTQ3T A1VD TOBACCO . il 1 iij ui1 a i . tiI;1h L-Lariiii i 4-1 .iio i; c;w 4h". u; .i., . Saturday,! December,- l,1866a wmsm. j 'H .. i J Ix ulu.v i.I I .Saturday, December 15, JI0T2 J!MY 1S66. Olf WEOXESDAY, NOTEJIBEK 2STH, W3 .M i -nun :t Xc fi a 'ILJonatolr rs. Samuel It. Morgaif and others. r- PURSUANCEl OF, A DECREE OF THE Chancery Court at Nashville in the above named cause, I will sell, at the Court liouic, at V lill Saturday. December lath. 1SS6 v -i rruZ . i:..:.i.i Uilf t tt rir t the JIcNairy WestlNaihriile.property, said lot sximiingsu ieet on ivtcuavocKstreet, ana running ttack leJect, to a IS foot tiler. . . XojflWSTraat of aaroa.andSO poies,.conveyed -WS. K. Morgan by W. II. Howell. No. 3. Tract of ti acres and 130 poles, conveyed 'to 6. II. Morgan by L. R. Ray. Thesis op Sale: Six and twelve...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 27 November 1866

vjt. t n Si Tx a) II til d Jl cr ht cr fri Gt ro U 'n 5 let di sit ?d ab M 1 '.0 jo .hi La i Y' jflt .'a In bo o1 'at! A rft et rcl ri ca hat '' A 08 103 lai C D sp ,A CP jd iy. ca e ca att '-at Ai epi r t 'lop Ho e Int KJe in, iTh i ,un itl kh : ic T.l t 1 no lin & m 1 jin ml 6 nt- e Ye HUGH McORBA & CQ. SUCCESS ES TO A. HAHIIFOX & CO., I Ootitoiland-Tob8Lrcco Factors : it- (!.' t- ' 4"i tff X-U iM: : rtrflW .'tin- ' : FORWARDING "AND COMMISSION, 3IERCHANTS, Hie. nPHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN JL the above Warehouse, will purchase and rui vyuiiviu, auvv-i.u, "uiu, wi ouj Produce. on. Commission. Flankers favoring bs with' their hotin'w may -rely on (rettin&tho ruch- cEtmarKeipnes'lar'thciriTouucc. juur coarse: will be u knViuany hon.4e in the eiryT" '(should onr old friends favor us with orders for Groceries. they may rely on havintr goods purchae ed ,at the lowesttiuarket pri&e.. We will glf e, 5uf .'attention t6 goods' forwarded to us from other cities. Ship pe...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 27 November 1866

27, 1S66. 8 NASHVILLE UNION AND DISPATCH, NOVEMBER FINANCE AND TRADE. .Gold took tan. upwardiendency yesterday, fed in jrewfcfor-al3fet was .fetving opened r'.l. o i ... ry ii ore. ne sales ttajquestiou are tuctciuiu EJ9iatlL 1391 at noon, and closed at , merely speculative, Tor privato accounts by the 1 , 7 loi , . , '. , friends of the Secretary, who receive their m- MOJ, having reacbwl annng tne oay aaifj,iratioBomhim. andhaveucbIai9wledseJor t - t, j Ttrrdrers were buvinz small' bis plans liwieSuls thereto Iooktfora-gninlatbu tugh as 141f . Urokers were Duying smaii dIreclion; or they made for Government ac- fefeat 188, and'trere asking 140J jf t j- i count, through deliveries from other parts of the GAn& hVve jmproved. jNeV York Time, says the transfers Coupons ...."n.....'.Z lol2lc ,' of fnt&idr 'National Bank" Balances flue to I series reiristeroa. ..3d " Coupons Kerr Issao 2d and 3d series 1J1C!3 -Baanes3mong'our bankers is generally y&y " " ; lfxcuange on Xew Yo...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 28 November 1866

i i ill T ;LI rvchJtil. V ,1.1 J'l Jl'J ' i:iJi.LJop It Jtr t lliFiTnr: ZST "''''"'' i. , ,.. j , - , i . tt ! i -- ' . , liji .-tat l(tiki,:'.v..i- vw-X0.1IV" JX AoJl v IIjL'E, TENNESSEE. AY. XOVEMBF.R tsM: r:'r ' - 1 4 ii 4 A I-.-J. 1 ? ---i.i.-.-. - " ----- ' '"" "' ' ' TTT. ' " . - , , ' ' " ' 1 J TT- i 1 ' ; NEWS .OJT TJBCE Nine deUaflehoIera oeenrtedtinlGifleinnatl uuring ia week. Bistort hu msdo about $100,000 since herani Val in this eonntrv. Most of.tbaclcrgymenia Norpich.Conn.have f lined a circular protesting against the practice oi Having funerals on tho Sabbath, Fort Itawlincn imf liMnn? V.i1rrnrr ! tn n demolished, by prder of Con, .Grant ft tcok Jwd mumaim men sucty aayi to erect the worlfs. The cotton frauds, as crolved in tho invostiga- Unn Ut tt, 1 .1-. '-1 41 Mil. i i-uiucuoiujiuiera ieu new . a . k YorVoVSk'ur'dYy' for various foreign and domestic porta, carrying . T v . . . . .... iroiffairainca at fix una & Half millions or dol Fears frS&tiftAn&l ft...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 28 November 1866

presrytebhmshT Election of Pro rwfi rT)u im ofitb Ch'nrca townrds tirrrtIjncn--Io Specially reported for the Union and Dispatch. SEVENTH DAY. Memphis, Tow, Nor. 22, 18CC The Assembly met at' jfine o'clock this morning, anil was opened with prayer. After several motions, fixing times and places for different, business, the? eportoP the Uommmee on me "canons 01 disci pline" was adopted as a whole. .' The onfcr, of the claj was taken up. The Bey. Mt.. Alexander Tead the'report of die Committee on "the Relation of die Church to the Freedmen."" The Key. Mr. GirradV Eee, chairman of the committee, sent up an elaborate paper, which closely and clearly defined the relations of the freedmen to the white population, the church and the Stale. The committee could not agree fully with the chairman's policy, and declined urging any peculiar plan to the Assembly for adop tion, only sending the matter down to the Presbyteries without instructions. The committee offered these resolutions, which were...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 28 November 1866

.fovl .mSMH;LE 1S66. 3 IX) VX OJTE AXOTHEK. i might And I ttrt it : , And if hU neighbor chance to A pretty female woman. .Tjwua mo coiaeu pian: 3 u see . hy, love her all the more vou rri i . . - iutt i umyjHMios numan Sir SrmiTs. : "limy wifel f j ! i,ipirU?" said Johfl,with offiitamncst care w amine "Quite outftil idesdiKsaid hor maid in reply. i or he Itfaejjottlo this morn ins." A Meteoric Meeting. The colored people of revr York city had a meteorici prajfetimeourj&in Tsmcnsome cunousgcenea were enacted. The speech' of trie Dresidint? clergyman yins ai follows: ".Myprethren.' tall on your knees, shouts of ' ulory,' and 'O, save us J'3 The great xed dragon with Rerentcen heads and twenty-seven horns is to rush across the sky Cries of mercy,' J and death on a pale horse' is a riding like fury after the beast rVpice." 'I'm ready; save me, captain l Be ye also ready, brethren. Voice, 'Ise on the sloop of nalvation, and I'se bound for glory. Come at-once the devil is in the air....

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 28 November 1866

4 7w -j - . an , ''' Term or Subscription. ' ' Ti.ilv. -ncr vear . : : ' -- i n per week Tri-Wcekly. per year- -4 Weekly, per year . ... - 3.W Payment invariably in advance, and the paper discontinued when the time paid for expires. Voluntary communications, containinjr inter estingimportantnew,olicited from -any quarter News letter from the vanoua counties fef the State especially desired. WEIMiESDAT, NOVEMBER 28, 186C. BIGHTS OF C O X l U E R O US TREAT MEXT OF THE CONQUERED, Some)f;thepRadical papers have as loose ideas In regard to the rights of fconqtferors " ' JSh'a the treatment which should be awarded . the conquered, as their knowledge of the . .history of rebellions is limited, ior in Btance, the Radical organ at Memphis, the Post, holds the following as the policy which a conquering party is authorised to adopt : e ,i - ' " The truth is. that our rebel friends (?) have never begun to appreciate the knien .cy which has been shown to-theml)y the jt rrreat Ioval power ot ine...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 28 November 1866

o T 8 (1 n t w to an fr Fo Lb CO I cot Sic tor Th. put strc As bcs it it of a loss Fo mot Ekio any tbo nt c toili Scat worl bees coin) fine, dec it used In ua prov over Fa: llnrf Dru Ren lie rot nil Irl pitatii ,V Pi ranei origin typo, the po all all edy ct hut it pnuuu DCTCrl thcrl and it compll to curt fully f compll bccaul Prep Drurgi nnd rot octal SE EE is The biddings on the McNairy property, by decree of the Chancery Court, will be closed to-day at 12 o'clock. See adverse- : 1 1 jMi The weather yesterday was rainy and disagreeable. Drizzling showers coming down By 7reqJent nu Td Starts. Thjj streets were muddy, and some of tho cross jogs lmoyimpaablefromthe-m?re; i Chakqe-.op Tim: os the Nashville & Noothwioterx Hailboad. Onr and "after f huday.-IToV 20, 136, "trainy trill arrive and departs follows: j Express arrive at Nashville ..-..-...10 A. it. PSn&HJS prjiiPitRii4ftn' be Bale of Jets at "Jioscbbclon the Franklin pike, should, at 10 eiolook .ju ,M.,. -to-day, step,...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 28 November 1866

-iOKICULTUEL. &s &riaer larity in feeding is of the first importance in keeDiner stock iciDrovinsr : a much less. irier "readers of itelta j Dis- Tife SJSITHW NASHVILLE UNION , AND; PISPAJCH v i0 YEiB , j& , 1S66. -sssk:ii sucrrsag; -'-esredeem will Sertionsnpon various-Jopic fTe often huVgfy, and on thcJook-oStTor a ' COTTON AND TOBACCO 'bofterest'tfthSm,bnd snppITcausing uneasiness. This ia not thMlg?) A ZCTJIMAE ? .5, f!iTninnA in Cinniinnf tliiaKiofp I case when fed .at-regular intervals: they Sjvpjps inphort, pjthy.arUcifc, their ex. and time for thc next TScdctrce in the cultivation Of the SOU, !the I fpJnff mmM arnnnd. All styk nfcnnlf, hn jHeding.and. management , of Tetockr and fed three times a day what they will eat up, , . i a 0 r t itniti -rattxever euc mar interest weir oromer I r " j " ". i rVkTrimiooiwi TVT-m-u U- r ' -il three times, morning, noon and night, with UOmmiSSlQIl MercnantBT 4xnaera. By such an interchange of ex-M f-, fpMll-' tV"nt tL ward, rm...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 28 November 1866

6 NAKYIJLLE UNION AND DISPATCH,-NOVEMBER 28, 1866. At HUG-H fcCKEA'&TIO., C1 ij i it ift v " BCCCtSJMRSTO' ' ' :E;lrGMafliara'Co.' -. I w5 F(frj,- jfilyt ,VKt . . 1 . -h, iioiesaie ana Retail . (1 A.. ohs s;iin. Tinoa vltirrn. ixile c. ticitxr ' ! )4t) ; .'tvi ;a Cotton and Tobacco Factors; STORAGE, r r FORWARDING . AND COMMISSION 1i l' I 1 it --lit i . i . ( n S"ilX . ' ' ' vi- -j ' . i r I c Market Street, asliTilie. ,1 Uiw " "'M- ' ! rPHK UNDERSIGNED HAVING 'TftTCEN1 JL the abovo Warehouse, will 'Aniehawaad sell Cotton, Tobaooo, Bacon. Lard, bp anyotber. i rouuee, on vojnmissipu. Aianiers. lavonng-u with their businew tnay rely on gelling life, high est market price for theft Produce, .Our .charge will be mIow as any home in the city; Should, our old friends favor us with orders for Groceries, they may rely on havjng roods purchased at the lowest market prices' We will give Our attention to goods iorwarded to us from other cities, ioip rrcrs mar rolv on havinr thrir cooJs fom...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 28 November 1866

8 NASHVILLE UNION , MR DESPATCH NQYEMBER, 28, , nnt little time, as yet, to 4 The annreliension: hnwfiTOr. rlailv Btrpncth iment of tliR taT-. anil .19 affhf3?n tTio tumi. I Vn. virT 111 AT a VPl-ri t TTv mil 1 TATl . JLOUiLft Ij-Ei . A II TJiAIXi. Gold made aioomiilerafefejwfi csj." 5rit iv-ruay, naving openea in aim a. 140, advanced to 141$ aLll, was 142J at aoon, and closed at 142J at 4 P. r. The transactions, in.,Kold here attj&ery.llphy Bcldomlfeacning fivetusaaaSollarV TttT Buying rate was 140, and,tha. selling rate Governben? seOTritwsrer?QiMed n- Uew York yesterday fyJJlWS: 5-23s Registered"1 - lMli Coupons ......... " 2J series Coupons... 3d " Coupons " (Ncwissue" U..:.: 7--30's, . ' .' -' J3g '2d series- " 3d series 107 London advices of the 27thr instbote United State? 5-20'a at 70. ; Oar mfaney market, may . be said, to be very stringent It is impossible tp" Borrow vinoney on the beat paper. Oar Banks we believe will only loan on good collatoral, such a3 gold, United...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 29 November 1866

---- "jimmjmmmmmmfmm m ? . ; -T - tm 'r1tTJ- rlHS-PA Tfflr" " ti me w mm 'Arm Am a warn ar tar., i - ,r irr ! 4 NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, 'THTJESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1866. OF TJECE.IXAfY,. "fne gospel of Italy.' The Mobile Times tan the soldier garrison nedi T " I ." t t In that ettv are "tMiaVinir" VirV baHlr. ! Sunday k . t Colonel St. Xegcr Grc'cnfeU, aecordtng'"t6 a; Gor. Fletcher, it u understood, has undct; con-' temptation the declaration of martial Iawihi -veral counties in Misonri. t tUraoS'fdrnlshed the8 governMen t'durfcV the war 25697 men. Her militia foreo now number' 35l.$41iacn. ' ' ' I Southern gentlemen are leaving Washington) , Wlth,lhe.eiklatifllfcuaho3a!re3ldent.WiUiit)t Issue a ncir amnesty proclamation at present. A Cincinnati policeman,, who passed of his mistress for hU wife upon a virtuoas landlady. was horse ithipredJby tho lattcnflniMpaaay t Tho Government bastn its Treasury about 100.600,000 ,in l;3lu ana coin certificates, about' -,wu,iaw oi me lauor. The tippe...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 29 November 1866

PRESBI55ERIANIS: rrnrtrrir TsXTi Memphis, T nJLK.o ib.Jtf66.-J ABsemblv met at 9 A. M. Alter numerous 0 reports, the .Rev. S. A, King, of Texas, offered a paper which proposed a place for ageneral "(Jffulniifisioner'B fund" to be raised bya taxon the churches according to their membership, Anus tno weaner ana re moter preiDyterien would be aided in de- fravinir.tbe Comml8siQnet,8exrionses. '. , jpr. Bice, from the standing Committee on .Domestic .Mission, reported od Dr. "Wilson's memorial In devising A. 'plan nnd organizing an agency for carrying on the wort ol domes lie missions, ii is necessary uj Keep cua stantly in Tiew two essential principles: iiim. That tue gnurcu or utrm 15 one body, having one glorious Head, and :pe Taaea arm aciuaieu dv a common, uivine, spiritual becond. lhat ltisafree spiritual-. 'Com moawealth, calling no man master on the earth; but whose only .Lord and Master is an heaven The liberty of the CTiurcli,ia.grotected.by a written constitution, founded on ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 29 November 1866

.; i -JJASHYlffiLE: J NIDtf i ANDI "DEBATCIH 'NOCNTEMBIR 120. J866. 3 Watchine for Pa. Three Httle foras in twilight pray Scanning the shadows' across" tne'way SixJLttlepyqs, four-black nnd two bine. V,V Watehinfforpa. Mav with her nlaeid and thousrhtfnl bro Gentle face beaming witksmiles just now; line, the rogue, tqigrins find gay. Stealing six kisses fwilstcTr ilay. Watch tBH&rpaSk Cosily nesUeditretwcenftlto two. Pressing her cheek Ujih'eSrtndow pane Wuhlnc the absedtieiie hotneagala WAT2hma"dbrpa.3 O, how they caio at the passer by " Xryraffain, myjpeU,,excla1msama.T Atfd'jreine1 adtfic " there'- thenight star watching for pa. , i tr. . . :i- i ft Jack nodi and smiles, as with bnty feet He lights the lamp of their quiet street r . That'awect little croup he knows fall 'well, May and Willie and golden-haired Nell, Watchine for pa. ''1-,.1'L, Soon joyous shouts from tho window scat, An eager patter of childish feet: Htv miium! .r.,m .J t .rtfinn,!, ilia T..11m A manly v5c res...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 29 November 1866

4 BY . ' 11 '' Herhih of Subscription. Daily,- per year Daily, per meuth - 1.40 35 Trt.tYvrlclv. ner vear .- 7 J J a My. per wee ,00 Woeklr. ner year .- 3.00 Payment invariably in advance, and the paper discontinued jfhco the'timalpaia for expire?. Voluntary commnnieationa, containing inter eilinBimporfahtnew&.folicited.froiaaBy'quartir Neva letters .from, the various counties of the Biaie especially ,aetirea. THtBSDAT,' XOTEHRER 28, 1880 NO PAPEU JTO-MORKOW. Thin day having been set apart by the President of- Ale Toited States and the 'Governor ttf the State as a day of thanks; 'giving to God for the blessings bestqeq upon us as a people, this office will be closed, and the Umox AND DisPATcn will not be issued again until Saturday morning, TnE Mayor requests the general observ acce of thanksgiving' to-dayby the suspen clnn nf cAMilnr Imctnpav fi Trill lw R(vn tvr w- - - y - ..... hU'proclamation in this morning's UsiON aj;J)isfAtou. Ox the inside pages of this morning's Ukioh a...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 29 November 1866

NASHVILLE !; feNlOK ' ASiy 1 MiltWdVMlJBEE.' 29 Tfe66. a& eaiibgI The eale of the McGayock estate lots crgncef tinorrcm.4 Tile wperts Eituated in a high and healthy part of North In ash ville. and the real estate in that direction will be of great valueone of these days. (aibus!iwill convey all 2hing to attentlW&Tfclrrfo ner, commencing to run at 10 o'clock. ABDjqgONAn foJty injelligence, ,willj found on the first page. HoX8.'"V. Brf.ASIPBBDLiandrfEaHAW UDts left this dt ycsteraay"' for' Wasbitigj ion. ' .Mi- "f it Tns PostfficCiriH 'le fcl(s6d Uiitrn-J Jng auten o clock, and remain closed ilar-i iqgJhftday. . ... AlfcKTHVgirltt speaking of fe tfihce' which Ehehadattended-tBaidt 'f "The dancing cj-notlnngbat'the .hugging -was, heavenly," ' ' ' Jl . Ufa., i) ,, Mi&X L. PA.tt&W heea tendered a complimentary. bjMiefit at " Paris' ppera House," (old Theatre), to-n,ight,; by . her numerous friends and the attached of the House. A good entertainment is promised. At Masoxic...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 29 November 1866

NASHVILLE, QKAffP, ,WATCg,y, N0 WjBER , , A "RR ATT AM TJlWHrPT. A. Very Carious Xjoxo Homaiico in His - - - Jffe J&.ffi. J3 Hernwfio Jp?mny . jcui me law partner, ana tnrougn au ms life the intimate personal friend of the late President Lincoln, has recently delivered a lecture on hu life and character, in which he relates an episode in the life of Mr. Lincoln, whjch Lll be feai with the interest mat atiacnes to sucii momenta in the life of men veho have attained to emi nence. He states that "Lincoln loved Ann Rutledge Letter than his own life," and. thu elates the "facta connected with 'thai "love affair," .which he say will '"throw a stray foot-light on the path of Abraham Lincoln from New-Saleni through Springfield, to and through Washington to the grave." He Bays; "Ladies and gentleman, friends, enemies, too, give me the good, kind, sad and tender corner of your hearts to-night, not forget this your heads. Ann Eutledge was a Beautiful g&l of Uew-Salem from 1824 to 1836....

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 29 November 1866

m ami ur j jr. ejri CHANGEBT SALES I' (( UXITEB STATES : -r .".1 ! lim .i-'AELH iHAi i ill Saturday, .December :8, 18G6, Bit UCthjl-SW'S '"I ' , 1 V. ''I I'vllj' .t'''i ' A' it- .li'-TJ..; Ii TOBACCONISTS, Cotton and Tobacco Factors 1 y Corner 0Kurc1i'and0heiTy,Sts..' fSi,.t' .).! .. v. la. '' M., MONOHAIPS LOTS, -of": NO. 40 I' N If V vrK'KKTj O COLLEGK STRKKT. ... t. HUGHMcOREX & CO., I S ,1 r .- ,j - . .. :iil' ' i .' 'l ' ' FOEgiBDlG tpfD.. .COMMISSION '' ' t t .- 1 1 mlTE WlffeE&ldNED HAm'G TAKE? J the above Warehouse, will Durchase add jell Cotton, Tobacco, Bacon, Lord, or any other Produce on Commuston.y Plasters .favoring us witbtKeir business mar relv in rettinsllfe "hiirh- eit market prico for their Produce. Our chargesi Trill bo u low as any house in the city. Should our old friends favor us wij;h order far Groceries iucy may rciy.on navjne gooas-purcuasea at iae lowest market prices. . We will Rife onr attention to goods forwarded to as from other cities. Ship pe...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 29 November 1866

J8 FINANCE AXD TRADE. i2c, was. liHc at llD..aad advanced .-ti .-i!oA T.-1. Ai:T, jr j Gold opened in New York yesterday at to VerV were paying 140, and holding at 142. Government -gecuritiearrere quotedin yesterday as oliojva.: , ,, 5-20s Registered 100 " " Coupons lf31tt-' - 3d aeries Coupon! lOtaffKCK 3d " Coqdods.. 107k1072 New issue lOSli&lCB ' JO J B ... " yaj 3d aeries Exchange on New York is taken by the " lionksat par,.apdi8tEold at cl premium 3Jat little isdjing in uncurrent money, and " Tate are an heretofore. Bank of Tennessee s quiet at 434Gc -buying and 4749c celling. Considerably lots have changed kinds at these figures. Planters' Bank is if a steady demand at 82c buving and swung. ..Union aSank is bought at 77c and i held at 80c. Southern bank notes are very dull, and ratoi are declining. Xaahvill.e corporation checks; are taken t c and sold at Cc discount. Dswideon county bonds are worth about Tm only sale of Tennessee bonds in New 'York on the 24th inst. was 55...

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