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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 4 March 1866

-sisr- 73 i t F. C. BTJjrjrOfGTOX A CO. EDITORS Ar MOPHIETORS. n Ofiee, U.vios xit Amsxux' UttH&Tetimz of Yohtntary, coamunlo&tfaaa, eeatfttntac Interest Church aad Charry rte., efcit t ?set 0Ce ng or Important arm, solicited from any quarter. Kerr .letter from tho varlom counties of the. Daily SUio especially 3eirei. VOLUME XXXIII. .NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, StlNDAY, MARCH 4, 1866. All communications ihould be addressed to the 0 NO. 76. Proportionate reua for shorter perfotfa-i- Subscriptions invariably in advance. .. "Editor! of. the U.kioh xsv Avsbicas.". DAI LY mm, American MEDICAL. Tn OUVWATTP "Sr T (Late Bricado Sureeon. U. S. AO OCULIST AXD AURIST, fficeS9CodJ'eet.betweenSutQBcr and Cherry, NASHVILLE. nir..r.iT..iminl nf nTI Diicates of the Ev VlMbl fWI - and Ear. ptritioni for SqoinUne, Cataract, ect. perform,!. B(x p dec Smlttp. mW IS THE TBIE TO SUBSCRIBE F.QU-,;T.UE UNION & AMERICAN. OUR SEVERAL EDITIONS, DAILY, ' Till-WEEKLY, (STMIS 10 BR ESTABLISHED, Arid. WEEKL...

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. — 4 March 1866

1 1 1 - if 3sW6m 2 32',j"'? i?r5L it r. c. juiororGToy & co. Trat Patty, SU.Wl Weekly, 83.0fl. S1TXBAT, MARCH , 1866. Reading Matter on Eaclt- Page. SECRETARY FIXTCJIF.RS SERVICE IV THE REDEE CACSE. The most unprincipled men are generally the most inconsistent. A wrong minded perron, pursuing honest convictions, is apt toibllow a rtraighlforwwd path. In illus tration of this feet tve took occasion recently1 to refer to the part played in the recent rebellion hy Mr. Fletcher and hi co laborers In the Legislature, who are now puttmng the grrat maw of the people of Tennessee, with a merciless perwcution teekfng to impose upon thera an nci pf dis franchisement, under which but few now in the State could vote, of any party, except those who would be willing to perjure them relrcs to obtain influence and power. "Wc ehnrmA Mr. Fletcher with the dishonest part of having been applicant at Richmond for a commission to raise a regiment for the Confederate service: an allegation which, if 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. — 4 March 1866

--r gaititluion nndgwmcnn. KONHAY, XARCII 4, 1S6B. Jteadhiu flatter on JSacJi JL'agc. Mr. Joira W. Faxox is our Ideal agent at Clarks ville, to receive and receipt for subscriptions to the Ukiox avd Aitriucax. TIio Cro-MnrU Okt Friends Wo dearly love our old friends. We have been the sharers of a common sentiment, and aro now the subjects of a common misfortune. Oar hopes, aspirationi, interests and sympathies aro tho ?ino. "iVe hope-never to lose their good will and Ctscroaj s upport. Wo are laboring in their in terests, and'fortho tnaintcnanco of their honor. It would bo painful for us to separate with any part of them. Old tica are the mot lasting. Nev ertheless, necessity requires that we (hall conform t trirtly to our tcnn. When you aee the V5 mark on yoar paper you must renew, or expct it to bo discontinued. Wc would be clad to send U to you gratuitously, if wo could, but that is impossible, You eay that money in scare this is true but i is a penny wise and pound foolish econo...

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. — 4 March 1866

tfiivJsW -- Vf gjxfly liliatt and guncncam JSceHUHff5ra tUr oh Each Page. DCCOAX TO DKCAir. BT X 1SCE0ESATI0KIST. Dvagan, ditcontolate, rifting upon Jie f ie Capitol, muting at heilifht't vcntit hour, that dUtmrtt to hit African dnlcinca; Hall, frarrantinald of ebon line! Upon wbos e nether lip tho bees Thiit round the lips of Plato flew Might all have swarmed at once, with ewe. Nor nld the pendant chann from view, Those barnacles of moss-like hair That to thy scalp, enamored cling! Dinah! my heart on tanglod thero T.iei at thy mercy wUUo I sing E'en like a woodcock sprinted, a he lplera, captire thing. Caueassian maid, take those who will, Oire me the Conn facial line. Low brow, flat none, pretrubemnt bill, AH east In beauty's mold like thine And then thy form ! My pulses thrill While on its outline rare I gate. The Venn of Italia' land Let dainty dilettanti praise. Give me the nndnlation errand That Afric's Venus still displays. There Eros, plllionod siu, and many a heart be trays...

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. — 6 March 1866

, ... . . .. '-1- i.-.r...-l-.-J2iJ szZizimmaiSZiiBmmmfaiSSStommm - v v- ..-r.Hit-, g . . - . - .sjtMMMMMiMMWSSMwlW iii - Ma . , . . ... .aufcMr - -,'53sMaaBiMiiiiMM ' ' 1111- I 1 'I x i I I i rl I f r -vi i n n ii V m 9 " J W I Tj F 1 -i. 3L JL JL - - - ' . Dally EDITORS k PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communications, containing Interest ed cr Importaufntwl, solicited from any quarter. News letters fro tbe various counUe of tne aU especially desired. All communicatloal should be addressed to the "Editors of the Usio asd Amkmcas. Office. TJyiojeajra Axzxrcix Block. iwesarsf , Church and Cterry sts., oppoaif tieTeft 0. T 12X3 1 Weekly 3 - 4 VOLUME XXXIII. I NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, MARCH .6. 1S66. NO. 77. . .-, MMMaMI 1 : , : MEDICAL. HA11DWARE. GROCERIES, LIQUORS, INSURANCE DRUGS & MEDICINES. P. semoub, h. b., J,H, WAMER&CO., (Late Brigade Surgeon. U. S. A.) OCUtlSX AXD AUIUST, m,, 29Ceds- rtteahetwect. Summer andCherry. D. H. RATMT. C. X. OKUWAV. T. B. 8AMFLK. J. M. CABSAY. ...

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. — 6 March 1866

Si 5 1 : IB ! ft al in UL D I 1? it y by t. o. DtnonygToir & co. i ,Vrm: RIT. SH.ee j "Weekly, 83.00. TUBSBAY, MARCH 6,1860. L: j KaafHy -Matter cm, JSaci. I'afft. Tor the Ressc of Representative. t 't7arauthorued to annOuneeJfaJ. William R. Lctrlti s candidate for tbo House of Bep rercntatires nodor the.jGovernor't Proclamation. Election, March Slit, ISM. TTEXH OP GENERAL XHWS. Dispatches from Washington .states that tho Reeoeitruction Committee bad an lmtortant leeaon of three hours duration, on Saturday, dijr teg which tiwycame to the conclusion to report a preamble ftad resolution to the Bureau on Mon lay laxt, reciting the civil status of Tennessee and JoclariBg; that she is entitled to representation in Coarres. The preamble nan carried by bsrcly a najority vote In the Committee, but the resolution was adopted unanimously and will doubtless p through the House with comparative unanimity. Special Washington dispatches gay that con siderable comment had been caused in Congrc...

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. — 6 March 1866

gmty luiou -tout gufevicnw THUS DAY, MARCH 6. 1S6C. Heading Matier on Each Page. Mr. Johk W. Faxoh is our local scent at Clorki ville, to receive and receipt for subscriptions to' the Ukios ajtd Aukricax. The CrOHsOSnrU Olel Friend. Wo dearly love our old friends. We have been the sharers cf a common sentiment, and arc now tbesubjcetsof a common misfortune. Oar hopes, aspirations, interests and sympathies are the rame. We hope never to loe their pood will and generous support. Wo arc laboring in their in terests, nnd for the maintenance of their honor. It would be painful farntto fcparatcwith any partoftbcin. Old tic are the most lasting. Fcv crthclcss, necessity requires that we shall conform strictly to our terms. When you ee the f5 mark on your paper you must renew, or expect it to bo discontinued. We would be glad to send it to you gratuitonily, if we could, but that is impossible. You ssy that money Is scarce this is true-but it s a penny wise and pound foolish economy to de pr...

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. — 6 March 1866

1 SV. n.yx.- !H';'g.t;.'-jjy.y i BESS!S rni-rr'nu&r-r-T'Tr-r inr Reading Matter oh- , Each, cPagc. PeFAXrrV.EJrJHI6H peaces. . from the KouBd.Ta. . . " The vice of common swearing is undoubt edly less prevalent in onr days than it was half a century ago. Oaths have certainly cessed to form a part of' fashionable "conver sation among educated people, though they may still too often be heard 111 bar-rooms, or on the streets. But another sort of profanity has become frequently vogue of late years. "We refer to the application of the most ca cred texts of .the Bible to the commonest secular topics, and even the employment of language which lias been conRecrated to tho commemoration of the Savior of mankind- in connection iritlisorae popular favorite of an hour. Some noieable instances of this port of profanity may be remembered an having occurred in Massachusetts not many yoars ago. When a certain Senator from that State returned home, and was received with eaikosiaetic demonstratio...

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. — 7 March 1866

i ,iIiM,i,iii .mr. Vi Mm F. O. DUXTOPOTOir & CO. EDITORS Si PROPRIETORS. Church sad Cstetry its., opposite tM Poet .Oflea , .VptaBtary.eommunteatfow, eeaUkusg later est- lie or important newt, (elicited from any quarter. News letters froa the rarioas counties of the Daily- Weekly- Uate efsedaAk deeired. AH communications should be addressed to the V0LUJME NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1866. KO. 78. " Edituw of the Uxios Attn Ajmmcas." ' ' i I I i in isssMssjsjyi ii niwuf i nil i ;-tf rTTrTlrjTjIcv -2S3fS SBBBB lSSSB BBBBBl m. I'SSSK SI iSSSSK SSSSM fSQ - SSSSSSt ISSSSSM - - SSSSSS ISSS V-k SSSSD f A . MEDICAL. F, SEYMOUR, M. D., fLate Brigade Surgeon, U. S. A,) OCULIST AXD AURIST, ffiee 39Cls i;ct,betwecn Summer and Cherry, NASIIVIU.E. Office fnr trtstraent of all Diseases of the Eye and Est- ?rtiona for Squinting. Cataract, ect. perform!, BOX 3S, P. o. dee6 3mltp. NOW IS THE TIME T 0 SUBSCRIBE FOB THE UNION AMERICAN. OUR SEVERAL EDITIONS, DAILY, . Till-WEEKLY, fSOOS...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 7 March 1866

. -. .'iiii 0i pJRJr" " 8 .". . ' i - - i; t i : BY P. c. DtnrariNGTOK & CO. Terms t-Bally, tVcfhly, a.oo. V.XDXKSDA.Y, H.VXCII 7, 180. Ticxtdirtg Matter on Each Fage. rr the IIohsc of Representatives. Wo are autkoriied to announce 3inJ. WHIInm H. JewJ as a candidate for the House of Rep resentatives under the Governor' Proclamation. Election, March Slut. 160C ITEMS OF O EX ERA J. SEWS. Reliable Intelligence bus been received of the death cf the distinguished theologian, Alexander CampllL lie was born In Scotland In 1792. From a Presbyterian of the strictest tec, ho became a Baptirt. Subsequently be withdrew from that body and organized the Chnrch known as the Re former or Christiana, llctrax ocenf the remark able men of tho ace ehlcfly distinguished as a polemic. James .Martin, fonncrlyof the firm of Thomas k Martin, Philadelphia merchant, died on Sat urday, aged seventy-eight years, Dr. David Jnync, of Philadelphia, tho pill man, l lying at the point of death with pneumo nia. ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 7 March 1866

r gutty Intent wutgwcricau. WT.PXESP.yr, MARCH 7, 1MB. Reading Matter on JEach 1'agc. Mr. Jons W. Faxox ii our local agent at Clarks villc, to receive and receipt for subscriptions to the U.mox akd Amkbicax. To one Advcrtlilnjr I'alronH Abroad. Woatc gratified to announce to tho old patrons t tho Ujnosr xxd Ame-ican that its publication vi returned two and a half months ago and is now circulating anions its old readers tirovchout the Sxitfff the South wherever mail facilities aro restored besides enjoying a large and rapidly in creasing ILt of new acquaintances. Being con- ducted by men of Ions newspaper experience, whose political opinions were in conflict before the war. but who arc now Uborine together in the rrcat effort to restore peace and concord among people nhoic interest and destinies are common. it ha a circulation not restricted to a particular c!a, but embracing the intelligent and reflecting men of the entire South. Wc are receiving letters of inquiry dally from Advert...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 7 March 1866

tim f 1 -fmsn'S'! ijgfSSSSsa" ! f ! If : ; : PETROLEUM. GK0CERHS, HQU0ES &c. QROC5RIES, -IilQl70RS "&& Fi.MILT GROCERIES Ac. iik'liili'iiirtitiiiW 9Ti 1. . .t'e J f novjliqow I gSsSh-ci-i-fJ" la r. ir-ii- ocrt irt-.ta-&.-i-i-i I eS : S jana j?j:Ra,4cet,sM?J'-Mst--ci rs? jMs i js's-ass j jg muqJainn.no j S228Si08on'20"3'-S'-21:53 jSwo jg D O 2 Eg ft 0 Hi I H o H ft 1111 I tfatusgi'-' 2" I I o 8 ' n T, f"5 1 P" 6 f- I. ,8 mnqSjii j O ffl W OOO o Mirqg V tD O 'J ? Q 11 11 M I H 0 5 S H lMEKTICrOWI.S-TIIKIK.SUl,I,OSFD okigi.v. The fcatliercd tenant of tlte farm yard, reclaimed from their original utate of de pendence, and pensioners on our bounty, are peculiarly interesting. Though less decid edly important than the cow, the sheep, or the pig, they still rank among the uvsful; their lleah and eggs arc esteemed as whole some and delicate food, and nioit arc i re marked for grace and beauty. The original utock or species from which our common fowl is derived is unknown, ll...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 8 March 1866

THE NASKTII.IJ' BAII.T UNION ANJ AXBHICAN. OBce, U.vms ji-WTAJtratCi-f Block, corner of Churca antk Coenr ts, oppoiite the Port OSaa T-taJtSi? ;. , Daily- , Vt Proportionate rates for shorter periods. Subscriptions Invariably lit advance. EDITORS 4 PROPRIETORS. Voluntary comimsnications, eonUlnlne intcrot- nc or imtiortant news, solicited from any quarter. 2 cws letters from the various countios of the State cfneciallr dcfircd. AH communication j should be addressed to the VOLUME XXXIII. NASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MARCH S, 1S66. NO. 79. " Editors of the Usios akd Am-aicix." F.O. DU3WIXGTON CO., UNIOtf 'ylf - Hr-A liAlLi- MEDICAL. F. SEYMOUR, M. D., (I.atc Briuade Surgeon, U. S. A.) OCUMST AXD AURIST, ffico 39Ced leet,bet-cen Summer and Cherry, NASHVILLE. Office fr -.Tntrocnt of all Diseaees of the Fjr and Ear ?utions for bqomtinir, cataract, ecx. perforr,!. noX 38 c dec6 3mlstp. NOW IS THE TDIE T 0 SUBSCRIBE 1'OR THE UNION fc AMERICAN. OUIl SEVERAL EDITIONS, DAILY, TKI-WETCKLY,...

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. — 8 March 1866

t If S BY T. c. DTrarcrENQToiT & CO. Tcn8:DT. gH.OOt Weekly. g.ou THURSO AT, Jf AKC1T 8, ISeoT Beading Matter on EachTagc. Tor tUo XIouso of Ecprc4icnlnllT-i. Wc arc authorized to acnounee3IJ. Wllllnm B. Xcwla as t candidato for the Houee of Rep resentatives under llio Goemor' Proclamation, lction, March tUst, 1S0C items or cxeraL skw.h. Scoictbine of a flutter was auied in tho House, by the Introduction of a resolution pro posits that ihii GoTcrstsciit guarantee the pay meet of fifty million dollars of a loan uf the IU- pnUie of Mexico. Tlie vote on receiving was, yeas CI. nays 04, and the Speaker voting in the af firmative, it wax allowed to come in, and was re fcrrcd to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. As General Banks, Chairman of tho Committee, voted against 1U reception, even, for reference, it will probably never ace tho lisht again. Senator Evans' projiositioj for a general quarantine against the introduction of cholera into this country is beforo the Committee of Com m...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 8 March 1866

gtailtj HUbx and giucnaw. THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1400. Beading Haticr on Each 1'agc. Mr. Jons Y. Faxox is our local agent at Clarks vdlc, to receive and receipt for subscriptions to tho riox ASD AMEBIC AX. To oar AdrcrilBlns IMtrons Abroad. ITc arc gratified to announce to tho old patrons of thoCsiosAHD Akebicax thatiU publication trai returned two and a half months aco and is nowclrculatlmfnroonglts old reader tkrmiilout tke State of theSoutl wherever mail facilities are restored betidef cojoyius a large and rapidly In creasing list of new acQuaintances. Being con ducted by wen of long newspaper experience, whose political opinions were In conflict before the war, but who arc now laboring together in the (Test effort to restore pcaeo and concord among a people whose interest and destinies arc common, it has a circulation not restricted to a particular class, but embracinc the intelligent and reflecting men of the entire South. We are receiving letters of inquiry dally from Advertising ...

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. — 8 March 1866

hum Heading Matter on Each Page. A I.OVE STORY or AX ITAMAX STATESMAN. How ft Bolrtlor Bccnme a lovcr and n Literary Man. One bv one the architect of the great edi fice of tc freedom of Italy are departing before tho building is half completed. One of those who had contributed most largely to its construction, Massimo d'Awglio, lianjut died called awav at the very moment when his advice and assistance would have been cf the greatest value, not rierhaps so much in accomplishing thegood as for preventing the eviL The Italian nature, so rich and so re dandant, as it ripened beneath the sun of Italy, was never more fully developed than in d'Azeglio. Statesman, officer, artist poet and moralist, excellent in every pursuit he undertook, and withal, preserving the repu tation of cavalier and Iiomme da monde the delight of every festival, the life and ooul of every circle in which he appeared. - Ilia tastes were all artistic; his first aspirations all directed toward the art of painting in ...

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. — 9 March 1866

C. ltJXXIXQTON EDITORS i PROPRIETORS. CO Voluntary communications, containing Loterest ng or lm'p'orlant ntwi, "solicited from any quarter. News letters from the Tariow counties of the state csp-el-lly desired. AH communications should he addressed to the " Editors of the Usioir akd Amemcak.;,'?, City guriwff gutciovti. i VKTXOTO.V A- FAKRAR. Ileal Eltato .A. and General Agents No. 6S Public bqnsre, -toaTSSukaxci: company, p. P. 7TJ Peck. Agent Ko. 31 College street. i"XUimSOX.JOUXSOX&MITH, Real jL EstateAgenti, over Berry's BqokStore.'Col- 1 lege street. A TXHVORT II.DAXIEIa. General Southern A Agent of Wheelers 4 Wilson's Sewing ila- clnncs. No.fTXoejueoi. TilUEX THAXTOX, Commiuion Wer t's .nti. corner of College and Church streets. T) A I LEY, O, X) Grocers and ORIIVVAY k CO Wholesale Commission iucrciianis, jmo. broail suocc BELTOX, WHEELER A; CO., Healers in Tinners. Plumbers Gas-fitters' and Copper-i.ersra.th-' Stock and Materials. Ko. 22 orth Market street BnbWX. J. I- A:...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 9 March 1866

te it i. c. DuwrnraTGir & co. Term? Bnlly, 8H.Wi Weekly, 83.ee. FKIBAY, MARCH 9, 1SBB. Eeedinff Mutter oh Back Page, For tbr Memo of RoprcCHlntiTC, We aro autboriiod to announce 31AJ. Will lam B. Zicirts u candidate for the House or Rcp- cscntaUvce; under the Governor's Proclamation. Election, March 31st, 1SGG. ITEMS Or CEXEKAI XEB'S. A very ltngtby message from tbe President in, rcmanis to Mr. SctoBcr'i resolution of Inquiry ia regard to the organisation cf Governments In the. lately rebellious States, km read In the SenaU on Wednesday, and ordered to Ve printed; alio, the report of the operation! of the Freodroen's Bureau; both of which were referred to the Com mittee on Reconstruction. A Washington dispatch to the Radical own at Cincinnati, ear that "Gen. 6. S. Fullerton, of Gen. Howard' staff, notorious for his brief ad ministration of the J'rcodmcn'a Bare au ia Louis iana in a manner fo acceptable to the reconstruct ed rebcli of (hat State, has been appointed Private Secret...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 9 March 1866

gjaUttnum and grown. FRIDAY", MARCH 9, 1R6G. Heading Matter on Each JPage Mr. Jons W. Faxox U our local scent at Clayis rille, to receive and receipt for subscriptions to the UxiMf ah Amieicah. To onr AiI-crUln- I'ntrons Abroad. Wo aro gratified to announce to the old patrons of theUsiox akd Ajtericas that Us puUicatlon wsj resumed tiro and a half months ago and is now cireulatlcnmong its old rcaderi lArooffJioW the Stalee rf the South wherever mall facilities are re torod benides enjoying a Urge and rapidly in creasing lift of new aequaiutances. Being con ducted by men of lone newspaper eipericnce, whose political opinion! were in conflict before the. war, lpfrvho are now laboring together in the treat cflonHo restore peace and concord among a people whoie interest and deitlniej are common. it bu a circulation not restricted to a particular clau, but embracing the intelligent and reflecting men of the entire South. We are receiving letters of.lnqulry dally from Advertising Agencies...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 9 March 1866

DRTOS.fr MDI0IP3. petroleum: UNDERTAKER. l.".',Ul' I J.' COTTONYARNS. "GH00SEIS"&c?. ; 'GROCERIES, JDIQUORS ScT Reading Mertter ns,Itech. Page. JOKX 30TCHKIiX the French 3 John Hitcbcl, in one of his recent letters to ike Setr York Xemt, tys : Alrcadr both the Erench Chambers hnxo TPMnnded with loud debates upon Mexico. All parties, from the Emperor down to the ilarquis dc iJoissy, arc eager to nave tne French troops home, and to stop tho enor mous expcnse4of the expedition. The only question ISfSrJicn, and how, and 'on what terms the French force can be honorably withdrawn. Doubtless rou .will have in Sew York, by the ordinary channels, the reinarcaoie speccn ueuTercu yesieruay dj ilnrshal Fowy, who waS -fiKt Commander-in-chief of the Mexican expedition; but lost you should. noV I may gire an abstract of it here. Itisto be nrcmiscd that the orator encaks simnlv as a Senator and Marshal, of France, and by no means as an orgaa.of the iiovernmcnt. "Lt no one believe." tar the Mars...

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