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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 24 February 1866

3 " l"ll',"'l,SBH8s83sTBy,sTiB 4 F. c. Bro3rafOTpsr A CO., EDITOR! & FKOrKIKTOKS. . .VdlaatMr o&miatmisartesr.esdidriaciaiftrest 5 IVor fewertiaia wff, teKeiled fre Wqiirter, News letter from the Tarieus cesstie of the MM eowmtnkW iboaW be a44tM4 to the " MiteWof tfc.USKHC AKD AXRWCAJSV MBDlCAt. F. SEYMOUR, M. D., (Late Brhrade Surgvon, U. S. A.) OCUMST AX AVRIST, OQcoSS Ccd! rtet,betwffn Saatrocr and Cherry, Office fcr treatment or all Diseases of tho Eje and Ear irtiona' fcrSqumtinir, Cataract, viL, ,,orror.l. ,BOX , 0 ... . jltoC 3tpltp , , j NOW IS TBJ3 TIME TO TJBSCEIBE ,11"!, V - Vn-R TTTV MI0N& AMERICAN. OI7K SEJZEKAL EDITIONS DAILY, . . ;tbi-weekly, - (SOOX TO KB ESTABLISHED,? And WEEKLY, rir.T. Twr.rT THE WANTS OF AX.E ceanneh of readers. Tho nAliVf will contain tlio Po in sit parts of the country, embracing i'OMTICAI- , coxae ERCfAXt. " J'INAXCIAI- lVIlITKTRIAT . .u - .lAORMIEETTIRAE, ' ' AX '.V itlSXBRAXi ' MIHJHIjEAXY.' Ofinrormatlon, rclollni! to the nelipou...

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. — 24 February 1866

'-vtir--4,i' t I 1 1 . it . g. mnnraftrow 4k co. Tenia iBaHy, 814; Weekly, WC SATUXBAY,VHRRCAKV 24, Z.H. Heading SCaUer on Each JPagc. ITEMS r GEXT.RAI. IXTEKEST. The Scnato Coramltlce on tho District of Colombia La decided to report the Homo Suf frio Bill, and ask lU iinmediato passago by tbo Senate. The Cvumtrriar Washinlan special says that ruteors of Cabinet change prevail, (and appear well founded. Secretary SrAXTox's friends nay he will not resign, and the President's friends say thore most be anew Secretary of War. Mr. Browell Introduced a joint resolution de elAriugthat the. loyal Slate, or those which re rifted the rebellion, are sufficient to adopt the amendment to the Constitution. Ilefcrred to the Committee on the Judiciary. The Frecdiucn'e Careen reports an improved state of affairs among the ucgroes South, and a better disposition on the part of the planters, Geo. Howard in his lecture on Saturday nisbt rdso made the tame statement. Mr. McKee introduced a joint 'resolu...

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. — 24 February 1866

r Mi -gun has tmU fcbit SATCKAT,FEBRPART218. : Heading Matter en Each Fa$o. ... i ,r ' ' r " " ' M r. JomW. Faxox is OBr local went at Clark ville. to receive and receipt for rubserlptioas to Qie Utnox akd AvttiCAX. To our AdvcrtUlBg IatrtH Abroad. We are gratified to announce to the old patrons of the Uxios akd Axebigax rhatits publication wan resumed two and a half months ago and Is now circulating- among its old readers tkrvughovl the Soles of the South wherever mail facilities are restored beside enjoying a largo and rapidly ill creasing list of new acquaintance. Being eon-dni-tml b men of Ions newspaper .experience. whose iolitical opinions were to coalict before the war, but who are now laboring together in tbo great effort to restore peace and concord among- a1 people wbose interests atid destinies are common, it has circulation not restricted to a particular class, but embracing the intelligent and retorting men of the entire .South. . We are receiving letter of inriiry dail...

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. — 24 February 1866

lteHf Matter tHiTjSftch Page. jaxa Cawrex .vx gob boi.uk. Fre Uk Owrier Stat Unit. Tk war hat, dethroned King Cotton, but before tw Ms Majesty was already the oect of a thousand attacks and of a taou Mtivd invectives. "What angry passions had not that watt groused that autocrat who held ibcb a in slavery, and deprived them Jor- ever of tho hope of escaping from their dc- Who; has forgotten the iwmplilct of MS. Eugene Pcllctau, in which was lashed, with a pen diiwwl in gall, mat monarcu wjio pro voked a avil war, ad who reigBcd only by the aid of tho whip and the sword. To-day King Cuto h; 4iwl ; ' dead beyond all Iiojh: or resurrection bk oniy nave war anu lis consequences killed him, but the result lias shown that his power rested rather won a preconceived idea tlian upon a sound basis; that Europe, who was believed to be tributa ry to him, could do without him, and that hia despotism was but an illusion. BHt there exists at the Korth a Divinity before whom all the world bows down ...

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. — 25 February 1866

1 - SJK! " If 1 V Met, U.vjok um Awmets Jteok. eeroer of CVseek awl CWry t. awseWe 9tt 06ce TIWMt i - . Vetoifcwy MTnnwitnnawr, coattiniictetorMt Ncwj letters from the varies eeeatim ot the Ct eM&aWLfiflaW mmWMlJL- All wmeMw shoW be addressed to the " Editor ef theTJste iro Amsicaic," VOLUME XXXIII. NASHYTLLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, EEBETMUX 25, 1866. IToeWy c - ' i, PieportioMta rates for ilratter yetWis. Sa4criiioB! invariably la aavaae. NO., TO'. . ' ' " - - DOb- MEDICAL. F. SEYMOUR, M. D., (Late Brittle 5rg0H.'U.'S.'A,) OCUtlST A3fl ACRIST, Office 39 Cod- i'ccl,bctwccn Summer ad Cherry, NASHVILLE. Office fr tnatment or all Diseases of tho E?o and Ear pfUons fur Squinting. Cataract, eet, pufopt BOX 38, P. - deo6 3mlstp. NOW IS THE TIME , TO tf s xr i5 s o' xt i :b e FOR TH"S UNION & AMERICAN. OIJJ2 SEVERAL EDf.TIOXS, DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY, (BOOS TO K KSTASMSHED,? And WEEKLY, yntL 7HEET THE "WAJfTS OF AT - J... jf.i as, ji. jUt-S- JOB, LATEST NEWS, BY MAIL AND TELEGRAPH, Fi ui all...

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. — 25 February 1866

by j. 0. wnmutvsox & co. Tmm sIktUy, 14 s Weekly, SR. 8UNBAY, rKKKUARX' 98, IMS.. Reading MnUer oh Each Page. TiirrKiir.vrs speech. The President lias Fpoken again. Tho occasion ttsw the meeting of the "Washington Monument Association, on the 22d inst. die President of tho United Elates being cx ofcio, tke President of the Awtociation. We prawwa tht few reading men in the coun try fkil to Lnow, even in this brief lapse of time what he said, and the manner of its saying. It it one of that s pedes of deliv erance which make their mark, and affect alike the precnt and the future. It k a key note ringing dear and loud, for the gathering of the clans. It Is the pibroch sounding over the hill, and the chief al ready hears the tramp of the coming thoBsasds. Wc are for preserving intact the dignity of tho Presidency of this great government, and trill be slow to give countenance to any. thing that Trill impair it There may be those who think that this bold and dedal vc utterance by Pres...

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. — 25 February 1866

''t- i -- ft c - ff STJNAV, FKBKCAST M, 1S6S. Ittadirif) JSfaiicr on Each Page. Mr. Johx W. Faiqx Is onr local agent at Clirki ville, to recyirs a4 receipt for sabscriptlons to the Ukfos'jfjH) Awikicjuf. AKKIVAI. AXB BEPAKTCRE OF THE TRAINS. Louiri7 ni A'tuhviUe Railroad. Leaves NashvlUeat : 7:30 A M &30 P M Arrives at Loairville 5:00 P M . . 5.-09 A M Leaves Louisville at ".00 A M " , .- 6:00 P M Arrives afNashrllle 5:30 P M 6:09 A M Edcrtfirld and Kentucky Railroad. Leaves Nashville 2:10 P M Arrive lit Nashville A .M Leaves Springfidd-.- 610 A M Arrives at Springfield- 50 P M Autacttf and Chatianoofa Railroad. Leaves Nashville at , . 7:30 P M Arrives at Nashville . 9:45 A M Leaves Chattanooga, .......... 2:45 ' M Arrive at Cbattanoora ...5:00 A M Jfathville antt A'ortltccttern Railroad Leave Nahville . 6.-G0 P M Arrive at JohnnviIlc.-. . .-.11:00 P M Leave Johnsonvllle .. ... IM A M Arrive at. Nashville 6:50 A ,M ffa'hville and Decatur Railroad Leave Nabville ... 7:50 A M Arri...

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. — 25 February 1866

3 -Rarf(y Matter on Mack Page, ! VA.KTTY er VAXITIES. Srosa tV AtUnU IateJMgeaecr. R.kk ooascded by all healthy moralists that tfee tonfltmcy of this generation is head-1 lon towards materialism. Selfishness, ra-t pacify: avarice and atlieism prevail to an alarming extent, and, as the iron, brazen, silver and golden ages havegoncoutof date, we do not hesitate to characterize our present chronology a Jfec ginncigcpteMe cpedi. Our UVllnSUUIl lO JU4 BRJMM1IJ KdlCU '1J- . serve, and in the yri&em'mfr intellect, wo warrant it to keep ta any cUmtc. Next to sensualism, arrogasce is the greatest provo cation of imanity, and if tho1 shoddy era, '65, is not besotted with conceited luaacy, wo have studied ethnological logarithm to no purpose. Before the war, the patriarchal institutions of the Soath -saved her,, im measurably, from Northern maxims ; but when she saw bow the late revolution was about to terminate, and saw, too, a reign of sutlers fastened ujxm our hungry soil, tempting our ...

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. — 27 February 1866

4 lt Star. PWV rmk - iwa-v h-m . . sr - at. f. c BTurmnrcrrow co. XDIXORS it PROPRIETORS. r?-!N4seM(8s , .... . , T'aa'aaaaaaaaa'jiaaaeayjaja-a-aa ---:---aKca iiiMwi row. i-Ej3 rftjj;,laagj.i 'iRw'--' - T;- "T.3gr -"-sr"ry-s VolBftUrr eessaBate41fii, eeabdalBIatere(t- ax or b-portant s?wi, aolicited from W quarts. New letter from tha various counties of th State especially detired. All co2BicatIos !iotild bo addressed to the ' Editors of the Usiox jlkd Akixicax." MEDICAL. F- Nj.e wasner&co., .AJ lav OCUXIST A1Y AUKIST, Office 39 Ced Veet,Vetween Summer and CI my, NASHVILLE. Office for treatment all Diseases of Ike Eye od Ear Mtioni for Squinting. Cataract, ocL, perform 1. box as, i o. deoC 3mlitp. NOW IS THE TIME TO S XJ U SjO OR I 35 33 FOR" THE ONION AMERICAN. oub sevjeiZll editions, DAILY, , TIIIAV33EKLY, (tOOS TO K MTABLI8HKD,) And WEEKLY, WILL MEET THE WAXTS OF Xls classes or readers. The DAILY will co-tain the LATEST NEWS, BY 'MAIL AND TELEGRAPII, Fn m all part f the' coun...

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. — 27 February 1866

Terw: HwHy, I4; Weekly, 8- TOHSBAY. FKBKUAKY 37, 18GS. 7r?rtW$r MftUer h JEktch Page. TbcRadionli of the tame dtp hare called a iccoticc for a coctxarr purpose. Good tuthoritr assert that the .President will In a few dars issue a peace proclamation. In Baltimore the friends of President John aon'a policy have called a mediae to endorse his aetlon. Coloacl Robert Johnson, woo has been 111 for wire time past, baa a uStfcatlr recovered to re- tame hit duties M private secretary. StBiUor BfecmaaTPU toharo spoken in the Senate on Monday on Heconstrnctlon. It was said thathewoaUl neither take tides with the Prcshtcat or Radicals, but isJl between the two. Cablset changes are acaln freely circnlattoc Anions the numerous on Ji7, there Is little or nc doabt bat tfct Secretary Stanton's reslruation Is in the basis of the President. The Chicago Xidiesue arc bafy preparing for a BUI meeticc of their friends in that city at which it is proposed to d-etsuaco tho President ami resolve that it is i...

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. — 27 February 1866

rvmxx vsamwxKX , ism. Heading MmUer en Each Page. Mr. Jew W. Fixes k or te4 Mrt at CTarks- vitte, to receive iwd receipt for fceeritHlo to the Usiox axd Avskicax. ARRIVAL AX BBPARTCKE OF THE TRAINS. Isiuinilt and Aaoaeife Railroad. Leaves Nashville at . 7:38 A M &30 I' M Arrives t Louisville. mo P M " " 5:0ft A M Leaves Louisville at. .. 7:00 A M G.-00 P M Arrive at KaAviUo i... &30 P M " I. .-rr-.MAl! Leaves NsAvtlle M p.jf Arrive si nasBviwe ..mw A M l,errt bpntisBera 8:88 a , Arrives at Et;rt2fffieM 5:89 ' . liathville and CTaKawoaa Htvlread. Leaves NayiH ftt 7;30 P M Arrives t flaAhvllle .. , ft A M ueira v.Btiaocg ,..,. ............ p m Amvejfct CbatUmo--. IMAM fiaihtilli and Aorthteeitern Jtattroad Leave Nashville . O.flO P M Arrire at Jobnsonville- 1L-99 P AC .... v Leave JohnonvUlc junvaiaMviiie..ru... .fta A Aathtnlle and l)ttokirjlalroad.. Leave JiSJ-hville ....4(....,... 7:5fl A M Arrire at Decatur- . &20 P M Leave DctDr ...-.. jsjo A M ArriTe't.tRirjlle iM P ...

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. — 27 February 1866

BegtWHfr Matter BH.Jiach Page. The Latest aA Shrewdest Swindle Frew jTo"4n If a-aW, Feb. 1C One pf the hk Maple, novel and skillM dodges Rjr obtaining money that wo hare heard of ie many a day has recently cos& to lifbt, aftd by i-t the most intelligent clam of Jibe ty baa been in 8creral'&&e8 Bwindted. QuUeaattaber of our prominent mm hare 3atlv been in the receipt of let ters from Quebec, C. E., purporting to lis yrA'icn ia 7 a few ale hamL Tbcr contain -wbM 'jmrMrto io be two Ixitograpbs (if George Waabwgton, appended to brief liu!. "nesn aessaaee. Tbe writer represents her self to bo the wife of a him trboBerredas captain in the Union ary daring the brie war, mA wba died in England ef wotmds received in battle, leaving herself and chil dren in destitute circumstances. She repre nenta thai in looking over her htMbaad's nfeetasbediscoreredtaetwo inclosed auto ffrapbs for which ber bueband paid $20, and tteles tbat while reluctant to part with these, necessity oetapeJI ...

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. — 1 March 1866

.-j If' CTIT0,Jc3rMtST0SS. - t A, ( . I TolcntKT coMH'wiiM, rxwt4icinterwt mg WlarciW fl, MicM fm. W,Ht. "News letttr froa & various eoantie. of tie SUt especially desired. j iLUlctnBMkMM ou1d be sdilrusoi1 to lie -TMLtor of the Uxicx Airxsic-jr.' Chureh aad Cherry t opposite the ?ot 0ce I Dally . $11 Weeily- V.OLTOIE XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENESSEEj THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1866, .JO 'JQ I Proportionate rates for shorter period. iX. v a, )m wtm III II I V if MEDICAL. F. SETMOTTB, SL B., (Late Brigade Eur: eon, U. S. JO OCULIST AX1 AUKIST, CceS9CJ3ttect.VctwecnSa!BineraiidChenT. NASHVILLE. Office fr Ir t .tracn t cf all Diseases of the Eye and Ear n'tiOM fjrSqoIctlnj, Cataract, ect, -pcrfen..! Rex 38 p 0 deoC Srolstp. NOW IS THE TIME T 0 SUB S CBIBB JOB THE ONION fc AMERICAN. xOUR SEVERAL EDITIONS, DAILY, , THI-WEEKLY, ffOOS TO DK KSTABMSHKD, And WEEKLY, WII.l. Hf.rT THE OF AX.I classi'.s or. kkapkrw. The DAILY will contain the LATEST NEWS, M t JIT MAIL AND TELEGRAPH. FR tn ill part, of t...

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. — 1 March 1866

v. V 1Y F, C. DTTSHIHGTON & CO. " Tcrnm Bally, 61; Weekly, T TI1CRSDA tAKCII I, 1SC0. JZcading Matter on Each I'agc. ITEMS OF GENERAL NEWS. The President, it is said, in o recent conver sation with Gen. Howard, Commissioner of he rrcodmcn's Bureau, itntcd that lie considered the war ts a tan end, and that he would soon itsae & proclamation to that effect. The Judiciary Committee, it is understood, have ajreed to report back to tho House, farora My, Jlr-Stcvcns'lrill in relation to tenure cf of fice of Presidential appointee. The bill pro Tides that no removals from office ran be made by the President, except by mid with the ron-ent of the Senate. The bill, if it pastes, -will bo Tetoed, of course. Thirty-four firms or butncM men of New Orleans lfavij memorialized Conirrcu to repay them the sums assessed on them by Gen. Butler. Itls said that the Hon. Truman Clark, Comp troller of the Treasury Enrean, differs Kith the President on the question of tho immediate ad mission of 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. — 1 March 1866

-g -- .. . .. --if tf' rr - " w ' flirw-tatf riyft-tr'rai airrsrrriiiiii n '' "lift i i .,!- rlil.,ii...l,rlll,i..rT,MrW V Til UKJiDATT, MARCH 1, I860. Reading jtfttUer on EacliJPage. Mr. John W. Faxox is oar Iocs agent at Clarks villc, to receive and, receipt for subscriptions to the Umok ax Amrbicas. THE OITY" Feast or I'ltum. To-day the Jews commenced the celebration of their eacred festival Purim which has been observed by the descendants of Abraharn ever since it was originally founded. This in a oolcmn festival in which they commemorate their deliverance from the wiles and istrategcmg of TT , 1 ? .1 - 1 1- - r T?.! iiaman, as rccoraeu in uic oook m riiier. Bv reference to this book it will be seen that Iiaman had issued a decree, under the sanc tion of Ahasuerui for the utter extermina tion of the Jews, After his death on the gallowp, Esther and Mordecai made an in tercession to the King, and Ahasnerus de creed as the laws once Wiied could not be revoked, that the Jewn through...

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. — 1 March 1866

Reading Matter 'en Each rage. strriTAJiB PKiciis 6v ukeaik STOTFS. From tho New York World. It is to bo regretted, for the sake of the interests of Uie seaboard States, that the profpocta for cheap brcadatufTs are not bo favorable, as could be wiilictL- Prices arc by no means high now, 'after the considera ble decline thai has taken place during the past fortnight; but they have been much lower in times" past,'and the hope has been entertained that minimum figures would acain be reached. These hopes must now. it iBTsvident." be abandoaediforJtbef present.. Nothing but that event of moH doubtful nd-S vent the resumption of-specie payments is likely to give us lower prices. It has been pupposed that prices must necessarily decline to figures at which. the surplus of the country can be exported to Great .Britain. Bnt all who reflect how small a proportion of the largest crop3 !r exported, and how serious was the failure of the crop of wheat in the border States last year, will at once ...

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. — 2 March 1866

It ' 5 " T F. O. DUNim GTOJT & CO. am i : "3sf .THE NASHVILLE 9AIX.Y TsieX, AN Office, Dsrox axd Axikicax Block, corner of Church tad ClWrry gtgjpwije. the Pest OAeo TESJiS : Daily ...L-ZJS-&vf?.Tu $14 Weekly 3 Proportionate rates for shorter periods Subscriptions invariably la adraeee, .. , L EDITORS & PROPRIETORS. Jii: u'. II!4! Yolnn'tar . nntary communications, contalningSntercs t- ng or inponani newt, solicited ins oar ytuuim., Srwi'Uiters from tho various countisi of tb'oj State ciiecialir desired. VOLTOOTXXXIII "NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1866. All communication! should be adilrWsed to the NO. 74. " Editon of thoUgnis xxd AincRiout." lit I I I I 1.1 1 m 1 I m m m, i m im Mvri;i 3 V MEDICAL. E. SEYMOUR, M. D. (Late Brigade Surgeon, U. S. A, OCULIST AXX ATJRIST, ' ffice S9 Cods i4rett,bctwccn Bnmmcr and Cherry, NASHVILLE. Office for treatment of all Disc&ie of the Eye and Ear. operation! for Squinting. Cataract, cct perfom.l. 3g v 0 deoC 3inUtp. NOW ...

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. — 2 March 1866

JY T. C. DUKSINGTOy & CO. Termat Patlyt Weekly, S3. rRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1866. Heading Matter on BacU Tagc. rrras or gexerai. xeivs. In the Senate, on the 27th, Senator Dixon, of Connecticut, ciadca sreecb, an earnest uprort of the President throughout til of hli i-olicy. It waslisiencd to attentively by the Senate and a large audience. The r peaktr was at timet eeTerely catechised. Ihe debate was quite interesting, and the eoloquies bctwcui tlio Senator, at time, were entertaining- Indications are, from want has fallen from member of the Reconstruction Committee, that a bill will soon be reported from the latter provid ing for the recognition of the State of Tennessee, and the consequent admission of her Senators and Representatives to Congress. The 'Wan and Means Committee hi agreed to report a bill providing for a tax of five cents per ponnd on cotton, and allowing a drawback on manufactured goods exported; also, a bill exempt ing from tax all incomes under $1,000, and taxing all...

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. — 2 March 1866

1 gaily Inianxttdriw. FRIDAY, MAKCK 2. 1S66. Heading jtattcr on Each Fage, Mr. Johs W. Faxox Is oar local as&t at Clarks villc. to receive and receipt for subscription to the Ujciox and Axr.mcux. To oar ArtvcrtNlnp Patron. In a few day we will haTO reached tho clows of tho first three month of tho present volumo of oar paper. At the end of that time a number of the advertised ci.. which now appear in onr column! will expire by limitation. We would be gratified to hare them rcnnml and brought fonmrd. Wo have endeavored to make it profitable to those who tivorcd us. and doubtnot webave succeeded. We do not think we exaggerate in Earing that our ltf illation in lareitr beyond the limit of the city than any other paper published in Nasnville. We endeavor ta nuke our advertising columns inter csting a, we know they are profitable to the reader. Nothing ha boen more certainly demon strased than the practicability of uch investments nn the cart oftho business world. It i evident tho mo...

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. — 2 March 1866

r JlCHtUng M&Uer OHXktch rage. ONE MRK UJfFORTCXATEi The Mobile Jlegtttcr tells the following sad story of an unfortunate woman recently found on the streets of that city in a dying condition. It is a fearful story, and should serve as "a warning : Her parent came to tliii city when Mary to a child, from Montreal, Lower Canada, and her father bcinc manor eminent iualiGcatioiu. en tered into business, and gave this, liU only child, all the advantages aCordcd by tho -best schools in tho North. At the arc of seventeen the visited Niaffara Falls, and was left at that (treat rummer resort by her parents in tho bands of friends, while they viiitcd Lower Canada. During their absence Mary attended tho srand balU siren nichtlr at the Cataract House, and was. dazzled with the glittering array of fashion and splendor surrounding her. Among her many adin jrers was a yonng man of gay and dashing manner and fas cinating appearance. He had Known Mary and her parents for many years, iJet bis he...

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