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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 18 February 1866

A .-5 " "J,2fJs'' ,w " . . "Tr?-snseejSSneSasnBsej .. - -.n;a--w. EDITORS i PROPRAETORS. mmhxm Mmmux mm WMf of ' 1,YaiaftWHTtomTinwi4T,gotiwlnctet-fM-t- Jnc ortaporlairfBtw; solicited from any quarter. News letters froa Use various counties of the ' ' All torarattBlcatiees seould bo addressed to the " Editors 6f tho Usiox axd Ajibrkuw." !4 .V Weekly-. ASHYLLLE, ''TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1866. VOLUME XX JILL NO: 64. . . .. . . : : 11 1 " 1 minim v a ea ta m i m I m a . n i b - n i a it ' "'i 1 ! rirmr mi mmriii i tm .t.tj n.ir. use e ; ' - : ' " ; , : i Daily I ! f A i v I v MEDICAL. F, SEXHOUE, M. D., ' " (LteBricadeSurceon.U.S.A,) OCUMST AJf AUBIST, K, lit. ' Offiee39Cedfeet,letweiSBmeraChenTt NASHVILLE, i Office f-r trtitment of all Diseases of the Ere and Ear- iftioni forSq-milnz. Cataract, eet, perfom.i. BO. s p 0 ; i deofi Smlttp jfr NOWIS THE TIME TO. SUBS OBIBE POP. THE UNM-(fc AMERICAN. ' OUR SEVERAL EDITIONS, DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY, (BOOS TO BE ESTABLISHED, And WEEKLY, i...

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 February 1866

II V sr .:eap! yyfyt ffyryrt (IKIIR 1RD &MERICIR. BY P. C. DUXNINGTOX & CO. Trrmn :Bn.Uy, ffli Weekly, 83- SUXBAY, TEKRCAT.Y 18.1SOT. "lending Matter on Each Page. ITEMS OF GEXEHAI. SEWS. Tho Sub-Coramittee. who hare been taking testimony relative to tho condition or affairs in Tennessee, submitted their report, which was More favorable than otherwise. Tho Committco discussed tho question of admitting tho Repre sentatives from Tennessee to their scats in Con gress, and the majority favored it, provided that the Constitution of TenneMeo should flnt Lo ex amined by Congress, and prove to ho Republican in torn, when it is proposed to declaro that tho State is restored to the Union. It is 'further intimated that a portion of her delegation Is willing to accept of this plan, which Is, ft course, contrary to the restoration pol.cy pawned by the PrasIdenU for, as stated in .the Cessni ttco to-day, it virtually proposes to readmit Tennessee to tho Union. Although no Vote was reached...

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 February 1866

J',r7snt-s5,iaata UNION AND AMERICAN. SPXBAT, FEBRPARY18,186- Heading Matter on Each Eage. Xr.'&OHVW. Pixojf U oar local agent at Claries Tille.torccclro and receipt for subscriptions td tho llKJOH AKD AVIKIOIX. To onr Advertising: Patrons Abroad. We arc gratified to announce U the old patron cfthoUsiosASD Axtmcxx thatibi publication, was resumed two and half months aso and ! now circulating among Us old reader tkrouglout OutSatatafthe .SbeiA wherever nudl facilities art restored-besides enjoying a la wd rapidly io ereaiing'lUtofriew acquaintance!. Being .pon ductcd by men or long newipaper experience, ....nit..! nnlmont were in conflict before the war, but who are now laboring together In toe great effort to reitore peace and concord among; a people Whoie Interei ts and destinies are cotomon; it has a circulation not restricted to a particular clan, but embracing the intelligent and reflecting men of the entire South. We are rcceirinr letten of inquiry dally from Advertising Ag...

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 February 1866

I Hfl Union and American. Heading .Matter. o. Each I'agc. Ws love tke seMiHic ,we are pleased witli tlusfndIcal6)M and yet Uwrc are few paint era that can group tkcm in the same picture without lowering the tono and often destroy ing the 'merit which each, separately, posses ses but which, in contrast, they lose. Tlie fol lowing happy combination of the grotesque, the burlesque, Uie eublitno and the ridicu loan, from the lirely imagination of our esteemed friend und former associate, Jorra E. Hatcher, is the most perfect success we remember to'havo read of the kind: a pont or passiox. BY O. WASnWCTOX BB1CKS. ' ' Hoairrot Friend of say sonl I Ti unto thee I speak oh I hear bio thou 1 Bohold thli Inner breast laid bare. And all 1U mysteries unto tbco revealed I . iook into ma socrci cnam tiers 01 my soui Bright and brilliant oneo With tbo timet onholstcry of the twin mocker?, Lore and Hopo Aedi&oa twilt see ita port ale darken odri'l' Tly & nlcht which knowi no stars. And all ...

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. — 20 February 1866

1 F. C. DUjnONGTON & CO., EDITORS 4 PROPRIETORS. if'i"'('r ' - - "' ' " ' ' Voluntary fcoflHBttBkatioBi, eofitalalncinterest Inz or Important run, solicited from any quarter. , Newt'lettew from the various oobbUm of the State fcapocially desired. AH coratBanieatioEJ should, bo addressed to the 'Editors of the ITsnw J.KD Axssicxs." MEDICAL. F, SEYMOUR, M. D., (Late Brigade Surceon, U. S. A,) OCUMST AI AUKIST, Office 39 Ccdf teet,bctwccu Summer and Cherry, NASHVILLE. Office for .rtfctmcnt of all Diseases of tho Ere and Ear. rations for Squinting-. Cataract, ecU ltrfor.l. bqX M j, G deo& Smlitp. NOW IS THE TIME TO S TJ B SOB I B'E' FOR THE ONION & AMERICAN. OUR SEVERAL EDITIONS, TKI-WEEKLY, , ' '"' (8005 TO BB ESTABLISHED.? And WEEKLY, WIM. MEET THE WA7CTS OI" CLASSES OF READERS. T The PAIXiY will contain the tX'T T3 ST N EW S , BY MAIL AND TELEGRAPH, Kit in all part of tho eountry, cmbracini " i'H,iTiAr COMMKUCIAI. riNAXCIAI. AXD A GENERAL JMSCEEEANY. Of information, relat...

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. — 20 February 1866

IHIOR AND AMERICAN BY P. C. DUJOiTNGTOHT & CO. Term : Dally, 814; Weekly, 83. TW2SDA, FEBRUART 28, 1860. Heading Matter on Each Page, THE TRl-WEEKEY UNION ASI AMERICAN. In response to numerom enquiries, we announro that we are making, and will toon hive perfected arrangements for the regular publication of tlie Tri-'Wceclt Uxios aso Aveeicas. It will run tain more reading matter than any other similar paper In the South, cisbracing the subject! or Politics, Commerce, Agriculture, Manufactures, anil the general Industrial interests of our State ami rcction. It will also par due retard to cur rent Literature. For the "family inaa" and for the man Of business, the mechanic and the la borer, it will furnish all he wants in, or expects from a newspaper. The Terms will be teven dollari per annum, the tame rate for shorter periods in ad ranee. Tho price bears a rodueed proportion to the Weeklies and Dailies heretofore published In the citjr, cither in peaceful or troublous times. Those...

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. — 20 February 1866

UNION AND AMERICAN. TUESB AY.. FEBRUARY 20, 1S88. Heading Matter on Eacji Page. Mr. Jonl W. Faxox U our local agent at Clarlcs vltle.1o receive-iind receipt for subscriptions to the Union- axd Avericax. THE CITY. Mist Kate Reiosolds. This eminent theatrical artiste, commenced an engagement at the Old Theatre last night, appearing in the plays of The Wonder, and Anthony and Cleopatra. To those of the audience who witnessed her struggles on the same boards for hiatrionic fame in the beginning of her career, her success was especially gratifying. This may be said to be her birth-place as an actress, and our old citizens have witnessed her growth and progress here and abroad, with satisfaction. In her maturity they may well take a full share of just pride. Many regarded her then with hopefal admiration, who now applaud her with sincerity in her triumphs. Her renditions last night were all that her most partial friends could have desired. Natural, beautiful and correct, she delighted ali...

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. — 20 February 1866

Union aha Ameritm jReerft M&Mex h Jgetch Page. SiaffBlar Speech from the Callow. Ir. HBckes, tlienaunkrer of Tamscn Pay Foee, km Wiged at Ctereksd, on Friday. Tke Lteder says : At twenty-fire minute to one o'clock, Hughes, accompanied by the Sheriff and his Deputy, and Professor Thome, ascended the Bcaibld, villi a firm step. Advancing to the edge of the; platform he essay p4 to Bpcak; but' lik' fceWiiga overcame hiiii, and turning to Mr. Thome lie4 Remarked that he should be usable toproeeeil, tmtil after prayer from Prof. Thome. The two accordingly knelt down upon the scaffold, when Professor Thoae offered up a pathetic and effecting prayer. Daring lta delivery, Hughes was exeeeeUwjIy agitated a perceptible tremor evareafiKBgha frame. Before arising from his knees Hughes raade a brief prayer himself. At its cobcIu sion he rose to his feet, when it became ap parent that he had been drinking, and that ke.was considerably under the lnfiaesceof the stimulants allowed him; He then ...

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. — 21 February 1866

!iL.JJ.-fliCiE5i?p5s5:i .1 l 1 1 1 rKjs i fropxixtobs. X'sawSw A (AaaAW'OhairW. Velaafary sommnalsMleni, cob tsi&isc w tereet - iM wWoriMt Utm. SSKelted & H qBSSttT. AH glWiBMBiM'ui tfceaM be 44fw4sW lie " K4iefs ef the Uar sn aricj.x. MEDICAIi. F, SBYXOUB, X. (Late Brieade Surgeon, U. S. A.) OfEce 29C1- fet,Wtwei Summer asd Cherry, XASUVILLE. Office f"f trsalmea't of ill Disease of tWEye aftd Tar psratioBS -for SquialiBg. Cataract, ectj perforate! BOX 39, p. e. dee6 31H).. i s NOW IS THE TBIE TO ONION 'i AMERICAN. OUR SEVEHAXr EDITIONS. DAILY, TKI-WEEKLY, (ROOX TO BE KSTABUSHKP,) And WEEKLY, wil l, MEET THE WANTS OP AXX CLASSES OP READERS. The nXlLY-will sataln the L A"TE'ST ISTJEV S , BY MAIL AND TELEGRAPH. Fit m all part ofUWcoaatry, embracing POI.ITICAI COXXERCIAT. jriarAXciAU . , - , IBCOTRIAI- ' AOKItrt.TCRAE, A.VD A OEVERAI JK ISCEIXASTV. Ofinfnrmation. relating to tbe neliginus, Domei tie anil Social condition of the people. NORTH AND SOUTH. The Tsi-Wkclv, which will...

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. — 21 February 1866

- - -i -r- i v ; fa if : -est m mnmm it j. c. wammrox & co. Terms I- .Hr, W4; Weekly, Beading Matter en, Each Page. A3fl In response to numerous canaries, wo announce that we are makinc. and will soon have perfected, iminomcntii frr lliercglar imblicallon or the Tsi-XwstT Umcx im Axehcax. It will con tain more reiefr Matter tfcaa nny other itrstlar paper le tfceSoatb. embracing the subjects of Politic, Coawercc. Agriculture, Manufactures, ted the ireneral InduHrial tatcreits of oar State Midsection. It will also paydne regard to cur rcBt Litcratara. Tor the "family taaa" and for the BMa of business, the mechanic and the la borer, tt will funaUb all lie wants in. or expects from a fiewq-aper. The Terns will be trven Mlart per annum. the sa-tac rate for shorter periods in advance. Tho price bears aredaeed proportion to the Weeklies ied Dallies heretofore published in the city, cither in pesecfal or troublous times. Those who may desire this edition of the paper will rlcaso send th...

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. — 21 February 1866

v"$S,'"i . .--eS . I f. sod Aiiteaicea TKE I.ABIBS. -with a man f asd jr Jim afterwards. unman vu recently mar 4 bur. He asked for a far- thiag asd roes' ved. wmmt, An importaat reform Is commencing in India. Widow, ieMead of burruag them selves OB tfae graves of tkeir husbands, arc marryipj; again. i A lady uM. .Tm hunWnd Mie read tbe "art of lore" to him on purpose to be agreeable " I -would ratfeer nave love with out the art," ropticd be. A Spaawti writer reaarks of a lady's black eyes: "They were in mourning for the aaoWew the had powBitted." Wiea a aa ad veaaa are made one by a clergyman, tbe question is which is ll't one. Soaetitnim there is a long Htrnggle between tbem before tbe matter is finally nettled. Wfc m tbe difference between a honey comb aad & honeymoon ? A honeycomb ooBsfets of a Bomber of "small cells," asd a hoAeymeon constats of one " great sell." A haadred aad twenty-four women of Kansas have petitioned Congress for tbe right of sdfrage. Well, isn't a woman...

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. — 21 February 1866

it mm AID jUKEIICAIL WBBNBPiBAV, FBHRVJAKY 31, !. Heading Matter oh Each .fope. Mr. Jghx W. Fas Is ear local aawtt at Ctarae v!U, toreiva m4 rossia for tbo InndsAjcD Axckicak. , THE CITY. Mtetixo or the Board ofAllxrmew. The board mel last evening at 7 o'clock, Pieatdeat CheaJira in the chair. After reading ' the 'minutes, the 61 Wing reports were read : . The report of Juo. L. Glenn, AVaterCTax Collector, shows the mini of $4,023 50W)1 lected since last report. The retort of A. B. Skanklattd, Rev5u Collector, shows a collection of $12,483 45 frotatBe5thinRttoths2(Hk. 1 An opinion ol'tbe City Attorney was rmii advene to granting ine ciaim utm -aurcn-; ettj, former) jr a lieutenant of yettec wMelt Opinion n Sn vvnfUAAtA A petition from the Nswkville Street Sprinkling Company, relative to obtaining water jroin BireckJiyuiauM, was rotupi u ti fVmimiUm on "Water WarksL Several petitions to erect fnue buU4gs were read una reicrrea. A report was read from tbc FinMce Com- wittce. in relati...

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. — 22 February 1866

DIT0 Jc PR0EKITOK& Voluntary eominanlwtlopi, ceaUlaifir Interest ln crisp orUat tm, seiWted tnm say uartr. JWSSJ fa Tarieas MMtt.e(.y ftato eepoeHJiy desired. All wmanahaWons Mi be addressed & the " Editors of the TJste akd Akica.v." ' MEDICAL. F. SEYMOUH, M. D., (Late Bricade Surgeon. U.S. A.) : ocpusv Auna. aijkist, Office 39Ced' ee,Wweea'Ssmmerand tHierry, NASHVILLE. Office W irtatment of all Diseases of the Eye tjidT.ar''srtions .for Equlntine. Cat-tact, ect, perform.!. 3GX M p Q decC 3taltp. NOW IS THE TIME T 0 S CK1BE S XJ I5 FOR SeBIOAB. UNION OtTB SEVERAL EDITIONS, TRI-WEEI5XY, (BOOS TO UK ESTASLlSHBD,? And WEEKLYi WJI.I. MEET TIIE WAXTS OF A IX cxasses or reapers. TieUAII.TrrwillcOBUlntr.er. ' f l7TE ST NEWS; BY MAIL AND TELEGRAPH, t m U parts of the country, einbracine Sk"T,,5feAi2T 1INAXCIAI- 1NDONTRIAI-ciiitijkau AXD A OEVERA1) MXHCEI.1.AXY. Of Information. rcUtlne to the Rejlriour, Domcs tic and Social condition or the people. NORTH AND SOUTH The Tii-Wi WLV. whi...

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. — 22 February 1866

1 - n n a 1l $ sH I : i it it r. c. DinnrarsTOK & co. Terras iBuIIy, frU; Weekly, S&, THCRSH.VY, FEBRUARY 22. 186C 'Reading Matter on Each Xage. TTEHH OF GENERAL SEHS. The Wtys anil Means Committee havo voted not to change tho tix on, whisky. The tax will. therefore, remain at two dollar per gallon. Tho Democracy of SL, Louis have Usued a call form uui mccliug next Thursday night, to in dorse tho policy or President Johnson. Governor Jenkins of Georgia, ha telegraphed the President, importuning him, In the name of the people, who are quiet orderly, and toed no military restraint of any kind, tn rcmovo the negro troop; from the State. The Mayor of Columbus, Go., hai ordered no lqt:or;to,Lc sold to negroes, and the Council of Columbus has appointed a committee to wait on lthe United State officer, to fee If tome measures cannot bejierfected for the removal of the detach ment of colored troops thtre. A little girl named Annie Sullivan, while on her way to school in Chicago, las...

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. — 22 February 1866

la1 L 1 TKCBHBAY, FEBRUARY 1, IBM. Reading Matter oh JSuch Tage. Mr. Jonxfl. Faxok U ourloeal agent at Claks vllic; toVaMe ayceefrt Jht ,sultito to theTjKIOXAXD AMKICAS. TO SCR SUBSCRIBERS. Wc have endeavored to discharge our duty to the patron of tie Ukios avd AwKW&tK by forward ing u to all to whom it wu In arrows at the date fits suspension. No other paper that we know of in the South has done this. We trust that it will be anrccuitod by the friends of the paper, and that as their tubseripUoas expire uhteh icill e itiiuxded lya (ran mart oaticw-paper they will promptly renew. We shall be oompclled to discontinue sending It la every instance until noti fied of their wish pon the subject. t 3-Snboriptions will be recci ved!for lhrto, six or twelre months, u parties may prefer. .63-Letters containing money', when resirlired with thelPort Master, will be at'our.rWc. THE CITY AVE have no doubt thai a large number of the delegates la attendance upon tfao Convention' which assemble ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 22 February 1866

s mare. ;y -jrr Union iinerioan. Keitlln Matter h J&rcfc Tagc. THE ' TO'0&1X1IAXCK9TT K ATIOX. From the BaMlaore Qaaettc. As tie a44rM of Mr. Saecrcfi, at what were tensed the Memorial services, on Mon day, would tare tiled aerae fire closely pri&ted colum&fi of tie GmcHe, and m it was, moreover, utterly worthless for any historical purpose, we omitted it altogether. It read very raach like a few p4ges from Bancroft's History, MA we aresure Uwt ee who have waded through that: work would take much interest in any sew prodaetioa of iU author. The oration "was as preteatiew, dogmaticand dull as eyea Mr. Bancroft could Rave.saade it. " That Gob rates is the aflairs of ,ea" he said, " is aa certem a ay truth of pkyw cal science." Few wiM dispute this jvropo ities. Jtet.fcwet intelligent people, without challeagiBg the Divine wisdom, see that Providence Horaetiaes penaiU the triumph ol the wrong over the right; of erilover giod. They do not imagine that success in every oi...

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. — 23 February 1866

? M. t4 I I Y I 1 1 1 il I V A tvt 'P'R'-r PSp " iirrTw.wnaar-f J ' -SSStSSZStZSS?" yOLTOVIE XXXni. . NASHVILLE, TENOT3SSEE, FKIDAJ, FEBEtTAJtY 23, 1866, ; Air .. . .fU 'Zm'' Z'''' 4 MEDICAL. tYis?; OCULIST A1YD AURIST, Office 39 Ol'' t:tet,between Summer and Cherry, NASHVILLE. Office fr trsaluient of all SUeaccs of the Eye anJ Km- piMtlotij for Squlntine, Cataract, ecL, porfomttl. BOX 3S, I. O. decC Smlstp. mW IS THE TIME T 0 S tJ33 SCRIBE FOR THE UNION & AMERICAN. OJJJt SBVBJIAL EDITIONS, DAILY, TKI-WEEKLY, (SOOX TO EC ESIABLWUED,? And WEEKLY, wilt. stKirr Tin: wants op at.i. cxamsuh or kitvders. The 1AIEY will contain tbo LATEST NEW S. 11V MAIL AND TELEGRAPH, fi-. ui all vart of the country, unbracing 'ohmi:r"iaTm IVD1IKTRIA1. AUKirrrfriTKAi AXI A OEXERAIi Oflnforinatlnn. relstlntt to.th" HHiewnr. Domes tic and Nicial conauion qi uid icoic, NORTH AND SOUTH. ThTni-M'i:EKLr, which will be rcmlarly ; isuel f o KKm an the nccewary arranRiMncnU can be per fected, willcontaln all t...

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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. — 23 February 1866

i i IT T. C. BTO3rafQT0 & CO. Reading Matter on Each Tagc. THE CXVEXTIOX. We would that tho -whole population of the Northern States could on yesterday 1 have looked upou tho Convention at the Capitol. If the Letter instincts of our na ture be not dead within them, and thin we are far from believing, they would have i received impression, and if we mistake not greatly, formird conclusions which would noon wton foot movements thai would not be long i in removing all obstacles to the paciGcation of the country, at least so far jm Tcnnenoec It concerned. We have had an experience of many years in noticing the proceedings of popular as semblages, and observing the character, temper, and motives of the men who com pose (tarn ) and we do not-hfciilatc to Ray, that whether the materiel of die Convention be cossi-iercd, or the temper in which they approached the business before litem, cr the moderation bf language which characterized their debates and cpcechc, and the equally felicitous...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 23 February 1866

f SSe."' am I11IBAT, FEBRUARY 88, 1S0. Heeding Matter -h Each Page. Mr. Jotts W. Faxg k oar local went at CUrVa ville, to receive and receipt for subscriptions to the Cmmc Axukraiciy. TO OCR HTJBJiCRIHERS. We have endeavored todUeharge ourduty to the patrons or the Ukiox akx AuntiCiS by forward ing it to till to whom it in arrears at the dato of its suspenion. No other paper that we know of in the South has done this. We trust that it will he appreciated by the friends of the paper. and that as their subscriptions expire uhich will be indicated lya crot marl: on thtir paper they will promptly renew. Wo shall be compelled to discontinue sending it in every instance until not! tied of their wish upon -the subject. , AdSu(bsc!ptions will be received for three, six or twelve mttitbs, at parlies may preicr. 43" Letter! containing money, nhtn regtrtered with the Post Muter, will beat our risk. rOST HASTERS. Itu inadt the duty of Post Masters to notify publishers l every instance when thei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 23 February 1866

:Lateori(ashriller.Tea.Latecf4slixille,N.C.' , , ,777 i' Heading Mattel' on Hack JPagc. A Wild-Cat Haters a Heme la . retire, gitnntw- A1 Mvety Sttlrmteh. From the Kansaaftale 7earatJ, FeV. 7.1 Last Saturday nigkt, wkile Mr. John Callahan and hk wife, who reside near the park in this city, were atiting ia their front room, reading, Mrs, Callahan got up and went into the kitchen for somo water. On opening the door an animal entered, and on eeeing the lamp-light made a spring from the floor up to the ceiling, hut fell back with a crash. lie then Bnranjj on the stove, then to the piano; 1 By this time Mrs. Callahan had retreated up stains. After fastening the Ftair door, Mr. CsJlafeRtOok a hHrrtedview of his new visitor. From former observa tions, which lie had had in the mountains, he soon decided that tho intruder was a cat amount or wild-cat. Like an old soldier, that he is, ho prepared for action. First, however, he opened the door and gave the ugly varmint a chance to compromise b...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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