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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 10 March 1866

TMT. HA$yxi.X.Y. BATCY A tsWnnjg EDITORS & FROPJlIKIUttS, Voluntary communications, eonUlntng Interest in or important news, solicited from any quarter. Kewa Jcltfrsjfrom the various coanUesof thy ctatc especially desired. AU communications shonld be addressed to the Editors of ile Ussos asd Amtiiicxs." Office, Ustox iim. Amskicax Bid k, comer.of vumcu.ou,vMn7 sis 0pp031i8.uw.rjp1 uce. TXUM3: Daily- 414 - 3 YOLTOIE XIII. NASHYELLE, . TENNESSEE , SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1S66. Weekly- iNO. 81. Proportionate rates for shorter pcriodji Subscriptions inrariabLr in advance. rfcii""! '" iniiii-igiii mmm n - I " , 1 t t - . i i r i i i .i ! . st n ,, (Cittj guhw givectovy. A JtUlNfiTOK A I Alt It A It, Ileal Estate and Ueacral Agent, ftcwmwic oguarc l!i PeekAeent No. 31 College street. A. Estate 4 cents, over Berry'" Hook Store, Col lege street. AINhWOlt rIl.A7ii.i-. ucncrai oouuicrn Agent of Wheelers Jt Wilson's Sewing Ma chines, No. E7 Colleire street B III EN V Tlf AXTO.N, Commission Mer...

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. — 10 March 1866

j9fl(ffifcAsf -l 5.-'" ""imp. ';."riR.L '" r if J?SteSf TcrmtBnUy. 8H-00; Weekly, 8!00. HATUKU.VT. MARCIt 10, 1800. Heading Matter on Each rage. Tor the llouue of KcprcttciiltitUcK. Wo mo atttborixedjo wmouijceSnl. ivtlllitia K. lchIi as at.ndidatorlor th'oSlotuoof Rcp- cscnUlTrci iinJtr aiGovtTriora'l'xucliiaatreu. Election. March 31sl, 1800. ITEMS OF 'JEN EH A I. SEWN. , Another large amount'of evidence has been' reported from tbo Reconstruction Committee to day, relating to Southern States; Il ls of the fearao tenor as that wMch has preceded. It was suraincd np as followi ThatthepeopleofTcxaj.LouIsiana, and Florida are notxo friendly to the Oorcm inent as When the war closed: that they have be come bitter and independent by lonicncy ; that in case of foreign war they would join our enemies, and that, therefore, they are not fit to be repre sented in Congress. All or the details of thiscvi deneojpoint toonoor more of the conclusions named. The Commissioner of the Frecdmen's Bureau...

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. — 10 March 1866

. e s3fc -. - . - . i -rt-. wtm ,.,! niinMr I Iln 2& 1 "!(! SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1S0B. , - j rrst Jteadlng Matter ' on Each Tape. Mr, Joinc W. Fasok U our local agent at Clarks ille. to receive and receipt for subscriptions to the VMON SKD AMERICA?. To otir AdvcrlKInff Patrons AtironO. Wc aro gratified to announce to the old patrons of tho Umon ano Amibkun that .ts publication ,u resumed tiro and a half months ago and Is now clreulaiinrwiinong Us old reader throvehout the Slatei of the'&uth wherever mall facilities aro restorcd-besidoe enjoying a larire and rapidly in creasing N't of r'w acquaintances. Being con ducted by men of lone newspaper experience, whose political opinions weic in conflict before the war. but who arc new laboring together in tho gTeat effort to restore peace and concord among a people whose interest and destinies arc common, it has a circulation not rellrictcd to a particular dawi, but embracing the intelligent and reflecting locn of the entire South. ...

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. — 10 March 1866

?DRUGS&i MEDICINES. PETROLEUM. TODERTATSER. CQTT0! IARNS.? :GRO0ERIES,t&c.v ..GROOEinESIJQUOIlSc. OPnn.Ti!Ttm3 TTnTrnTJo Heading Matter on Each Page. TEKRIBIX STJFFERIXG.S AT NEA TWESTV-EIGIIT DATS WITHOUT roo.r ' " Tim following statement has been made bjr Captain Caecy. the late commander and only Fnrviror of the crew of the British fhip Jane Leu den, laden with timber, from Que-. bee for Falmouth, who was rescued Irom the water-logged shin by the Dutch bark Ida Elizabeth, of Xlottcroam, from Malaria for Amsterdam i " Wc Bailed from Quebec on the. 23ths .or November. Nothing particular occurred until December 20, in latitude 37 37'. At eight A. M. a fresh wind from S.' Wn whicli increased to a gale at noon ; the barometer 28.C. The gale increased, and at aix p. M. a complete hurricane ; all hands at the pumps, the fthip f training heavily, and making great guantiticsof water. On the 21bI utill blow ing 'a' hurricane, the ship making more water, the pumps not able to keep h...

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. — 11 March 1866

1 r ier-um i - - .-a-v. -y&it F. C. IUNNINGTON A CO., TMXjOjmrtLsx M-xt mtmn anj m AMKlttCAX. " Office, UxuKf AkaA'-aw-ftiJi, flock, e-K;of ( Cb-rch tad Cherry stj!. Ofposillia W Office " re?-': EDITORS Jfc PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communications, containing intcrcst- n ; or important newt, solicited from any quarter. News? letters from the -various counties of the. I - r-.... lt .1..! I I ban 1 " AHpcmmualttaoniihottUU addrcssefcto thp VOL U VlE XXXIII. " KdHorVof the Okiox and A-K-icax." "I . . wcemy " - - Proportionate rates for shorter period. Ettbscriptions invariably ia advance. NASmnXLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 1S66. NO. 82. UNION MBiMEftlCAN. DAILY i RRINGTOX fc PARRAR. Real Estate . anil General Agents. So. 6S Public Fquaro. p-p ' , iutlvi'f!P. COSH-ANi", r fTeck. AtrcnU So. 31-College street. i xnKtLSOX.JOH.VMI.-V I II. lical X Estate Agents, over Berry's Book Store, Col- Icce street. IVUIVniTTII 1 1 A VI S'.I i. flnn..! S.tutli. ft A. Agent of Wheelers Jfc Wilson's...

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. — 11 March 1866

BY T. C. DUmrafGTOX & CO, Terms IBully, tl.ee? Weekly, 83.00. SCNBAT. JLtRCIt II, 1800. Reading Matter on Each Tagc. For tUc Ilonsc of Representatives. ' We ore authorfred to Announce XnJ. Will trim B. Lcwln as a candidate for the House of llcp cscnUtlra under llio Governor's. Proclamation. Election, March 3Ut, WOO. "THE PliA-ATiTME LA'ATV- The officer--Capt. Hunter, at Grenada, Mississippi who sent the telegraphic warn ing to Gov. BrSwnlow of the intende'plot1 for hi assassination, sends word that he has, arrested the snspccteu' party. It is also announce4 that Gen. Thomas ha ordered him to be brought to this city for trial. The action of Gen. ThosiAs Is perfectly proper, and if there be lega'i and sufficient proof of the fact, the miscreant should nurTer. Crime and the subornation of crime should be promptly punished. But vre must be permitted to say that we still believe the investigation will show that a great fire has been kindled from the mere scmblanco of a spark. Titos O...

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. — 11 March 1866

1 'I " ! --SV" SCTPAY.'XAKCH II, 1806. Heading Matter on Eaclt Page. Mr. Jonx Y. Faxox ii oar local agent at Clark.-. ville, to receive and receipt for subscriptions to the U.vinx axd American. To our Advertising- PntroiiH Alironil. Wo are gratified to announce to the old patrons cf the Umox and Akteicax that its publication rent, rwiimtJ two nnd a half months, aco and IS now circulatinc'amons its old readers throujloia the Statet of the South wherever mail facilities aro restored besides enjoying a large and rtpidly in creasing l'nt of new acquaintances. Being con ducted by men of long newspaper experience, whote political opinion were in conflict before tbe war, but who are now laboring together in the vrcat effort to restore peace and concord among a people whose Interest and destinies are common, it has a circulation not restricted to a particular class, but embracing the intelligent and reflecting men pf the cntiro South. We arc receiving letters of inquiry dally from Advertisi...

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. — 11 March 1866

pleading Matter on Each rage, ARTEXCS WARD OX SHAKERS. The Shakers is i3ie F-trangcst religious pcx I ever met. I'd Jiearn tell of 'cm and I'd seen 'em. with their broad brim'd hats and lone rstid coatsrbut I'd never cumjnto im- xncjet contact with 'cm, and I d sot era down as lackia' inlcllcck, as I'd never teen 'cm to my Show leastways, if they cum they was disgised in white people's close, so I didn't know 'cm. But in the Spring of 38 , I got swamped in the exterior of Jfetv York State, one dark and stormy night, when the winds Blue pity ously, and" I was forced to tie up with the Shakers. I was toilin threw tlio mud, when in the dim vistjrof the iutcr I observed the gleams of a tallar candle. Tidu a horuct's next to my off liOHj's tail to kinder encourage him, I soon reached thaplace. I knockt at the door, which it was opened unto me by a tall, slick faced, solumn lookin individual, wlio turned out to be a Elder. "Mr. Shaker," fed I, "You see before von a Babe in the "Woods, so ...

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. — 13 March 1866

mm C. DUNXUfGTOIf & EDITORS 4 PROPRIETORS. CO., Voluntary-communications, containing interest' nc or important news, (olid ted from any quarter. News letters from tho various counties of the SUtejspccially desired. Ail communications thould be addressed to tho " Editors of the Union aud Aiikeicas." l ItKIXGTOX A I'ABRAIt, Real Estate A and General Agents, No. 65 Public Square. jEVck, IXKUKAXCE COMPANY, P. Agent. No. 31 College street. 1 M)I.KSU.iJUIliM v iji, iieai V. Estate Agents, ovcriscrrjs uooKBiore, . Col lege street. IH OKTII.uai.s uencrai eoumern XI. Agent of Wheelers Jc Wilson s sewing chines, fo. t? ixwege sirceu BKII..N AT3IA.VK., Uoraraisnion .Mer chants, corner of College and Church rtrfct. tIA.1',, .kvl at uuievtuo rocers and uommlssion jucrcnantt, no. Broad street. BEETON, AV'IIEEI.EK A: CO., Dealers in Tinners'. Plumbers' flas-fltlors and Gujper- is ersmitmr StecK trnu juaienais, o. s ioriu .tarkrt street. 7) KO H X. J. I- V It. W., Real Estate Agents, JL 3SS Uni...

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. — 13 March 1866

BY F. C. DuTOTINGTON & CO. Terra Itnlly, 814.00; Weekly, 83.00. TUESDAY. MAItCIE .13, ISOO. ' "Beading Mailer on Bach Tagc. For the House or Representatives. Wc oro authorized to announce MnJ. William C. Lewis as a candidate for the Horn c of Rci csentatirc under (no Governor' Proclamation. Election. March Slst. 180C KEEP IT IN MIND. One of the most important elections ever held in Davidson county is that to be held on the 31st instant. Every qualified and duly certified voter nKould be at the polls on that day. The question at issue exceeds in importance any now pending. It is no' less thin liberty ifcuilf. In Maj. Wit. 13. Lewis the people have a representative of the con servative and Constitutional sentiment of the country, vrho is without guile and above re proach. It is probable he will Ixave opposi tion, though wc have yet heard of no candi date. But it may be taken for granted that those interested in the defeat of the cause which he represents will organize, and en deav...

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. — 13 March 1866

gaitjjSltuon ntutgmmcan. TUESDAY, MARCH 13, ISGG. Heading Matter on Bach Page, Mr. Jonx W. Fxxoic it our locsl went at Clarks ville, to receive anil receipt for subscriptions to the Ukion and Akkricax. To our Advertising I'ntron Abroad. Wc are gratified to announce to tho old palrens. of the Umox and Aubbicax that its publication m resumed two and a half months aco and is now circulating among its old readers throughout the Stain nf the South wherever mail facilities are restored besides enjoying a large and rapidly in creasing lilt of new acquaintance. Being con dncted by men of lone newspaper experience, whose political opinions were in conflict before tbc war, but who are now laborine together in tlfc rreat effort to restore peace and concord among a people wbsvc interest and destinies are common, it has a circulation not restricted to a particular class, but embracing the intelligent and reflecting men of the entire South. We are receiving letters of inquiry daily from Advertisi...

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. — 13 March 1866

Reading Matter on BacU Page. ANOTHER TCKX OF THE SCREW. Prom IheBt. LijuJa Republican. The Badicil 'leaders in Missouri are delcr- miced to maintain themselves in power here, if tyrannical legislation, authorizing Uio use oi lorce ana the interference of Uie "one wan iwwer." can effect it. Two measure looking at this object are now be fore the legislature. One of Uiem is a bill, which haft pa&sed the House, authorizing the Uorernor to call out at lean 3U men (it may be 500), on complaint of a Sheriff or any civil officer tin a county, thai "ordinary pro- 1 : . I.- " . ! .1 . cesi ui law iiiiiiui ue uxccuttu in vuai coun ty. Tliesc men are to be armed and paid as militia, and their service!) are to be paid for bra tax on the county. In addition, the Sheriff may appoint as many deputies as the Governor may direct, and these deputies are to be paidrat the rate of 40 a month cut of the btate Treasury. Mr. Babcoke characteristically said, when that bill was introduced, it was just th...

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. — 14 March 1866

- - " - - , ; - .. . - - . - - - - - - - r mTm " " " " r - -r iwataua-S-sssssswa P. C. WXXXXGTOTt & CO ' ' Fk A TT V TTW'TA'"fW:Tf "IMPD Tin A'TVl .THK.xAS-ryirxic Arr,T hjux ax AJTOWtCAX. ' OSce; .UXIOT ISO AjfltKCJLV Ifeil, axcvk Ciurca and Cherry its, opposite te-8i Ofico Daily .. tU Weekly- 3 Proportionate rates for shorter periods. Subscriptions' Invariably in advance. DRUGS & MEDICINES. EDITORS 1c PROPRIETORS. . Voluntary communte&Uons, conUlnlnt interest ng or Important nrws, solicited from any quarter. New letters from tha various counties of th State especially desired. All eommniea-0s should be addressed to the VOLUME nashvtlle; Tennessee, edjstesdai, maech 14, 1866. NO. S4. "Editors of thcUNins axo A-KJWCAX." Am e I , i Ctiitji gitfinc&s girwtortf. 1 imrefOTOX A FAUKAIt. float Estate J. tnd General Agents. No. 63 Public tenure. nTSi IXMIKAXOi; COMI'AXY, 1'. 1' Jxi rode. Agent. No. 31 College street. "TSOKKSOX, JOH.NSOX A N.MJTII, Heal .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. — 14 March 1866

S'-Jfc!.-?' 'i it a ilk IT F. C. DUKKDTGTOSr & CO. Terms j Bally, SU.OOt "Weekly, $3.00. WEBKXSDAT, MARCH 14, 1800. Reading Hatter on Eadi rage. Tor the House )f Representative. We arc authorised to announce MnJ. William B. Lewis us a candidate for the House f Bcp wonUUvca under ttho Governor' Proclamation. EUctlon, March 31st. IMS. ITEMS Or GENERAL SXWS. Unmori we circulating in Baltimore that eight hcadre-l Fonlans aro about to leave there by tho Northern Central road for Canada or elsewhere. The rcpo.rU are deemed utterly sensational. -jjThert is good iea-on for faying the President wMBut fall Into the trap et by the Committee of Fifteen, and flgn their resolution to admit Tenncweo as a State with the condition! annexed. Mr. Stephen' final acceptance of the Georgia Sonatorthip was in consequence of an asroranco from high official! that he would be admitted to hi Beat, and the President Is determined to do hlj best to lecurc that admission. Friday afternoon, in accordance with...

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. — 14 March 1866

WEDNESDAY, 9CAKCIE 1. I8C0. lleaillmj. Matter on Each Page. ilr. Joirs W. Faxox Is our local afent at Clarks ville, to receive and receipt for subscription! to tho Union and Amrbicax. THE C JT Y. Death or Chancellor FniEiwox Prockedinos of the Nashville Bak. Tbo members of the J!ar of Nashville met according to adjournment in the Circuit Court Room at eleven o'clock, and were called to orderly Francis B. Fogg, Esq. On assuming the chair, Mr. Fogg remarked that he had been acquainted with the la mented deceased for thirty years. lie was an excellent lawyer, and in all relations of life an estimable man. He devoted himself with the minutest attention to his official duties. In the times of civil agitation, he opened his courts and attended to the busi ness brought before kirn with such creat del icacy, unremittiag kindness and amenity of character, titat tne most captious ana cavil ling could find nothing against him. His moral character was of the highest order. No statement was ever...

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. — 14 March 1866

Pup Heading Matter on Pack Page. A NORTHERN ESTIMATE OT THE CONFEDERATE LEADERS. We extract the following from a long re view of the late htm in the New York Citi zen, a Republican paper, edited by Colonel Halpinc, laic of the United States army : DAVIS. Let those loyal gentlemen, disciples of Mr. Abbott who worship the character of Bona parte, make some consistent homage to the brilliant directory of Jefferson Davis. Both were men of destiny, and iiic personnel of the surrivor U by far the nobler. Of the fallen anguls whose dark plumage swept from our Senate Halls, he modo the most courtly adieu. Of all the traitor he was most en tirely in earnest. Of all decisions his was the sages t, the promptest and the most enduring. He, only, of the conspirators, felt that his quarrel with the Union was irreconcilable, and stood by his capital till the last, and has never-yet advised submission. His captivi ty haa been belittled by none of Bonaparte's queruloutness. Blind, and gray, and waste...

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. — 15 March 1866

C: DUVXIXGTOX A. CO., EDITORS & PROPRIETORS. .Voluntary communications, containing micresi Vni orlmporUnt ntws. solicited from any quarter, - . . . . . 1 News letter! from thi various counties of the , CUte especially desired. " All communications should be addressed to the , " Editors of the Vxios akd Amkricik." AIUtlA'KTOlV A: J AItltAlt, Real Ktatc and (Jcneral Agents. No. CH Public Square. M il Feck. Agent. No. 31 College street. IVKIllltVI'l (1 HI'ANY. A i;iLSO..J01I.'V!S. iVMIITIl, Ileal Kstatc Agents, over Kerry s Uookbtore, Uol lege, street. AIXSWOKTH.DAJVIEL, General Southern A cent of Wheelers Sc Wilson's Sewing Ma--i.i rnnll.(Ni.t 1)KIC. fc TUAXTOX, Commission Mcr- JL chants, comer of College and Church streets. TAIa.EY, OUOWAY A: CO- Wholesale Jj Grocers and Commission Merchants, No. 7 Jlroaa street. 1KI.TO.V, WUEEI.EK t CO., Dealers I) TinnnrV- Plumbers Oas-fitters' and Conn ncrsmiths' Slttck and Materials. No. 22 North Market street. B ItOW.V, J.KAIU AV-, Real Esta...

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. — 15 March 1866

-4)' 4-UtlCI aSK!. -.- BY F. C. DuTiTflNGTON & CO. Tamm-Ti SU.OOt Weekly, $3.00. THURSDAY, XAKC1T IS, JSOG. Heading Matter on Each Page. Tar llic Home or Kcprcarnlnttvcs. We are authorised to annouiiee3JJ.'WllIlnm B. jwLb aa,a candidate Tor tfie Hbnso f Rep rcscnUflTrt under tho Governor's Prdl'ainatinn. Election, MarebSMjm rmxjr or ccxerai news. V8KD.Dociil.ASS, the ncEro lecturer, having sufficiently cnllehtened the Northern inind, on the (ubject of " the anamination and 1U lessons," ha turned hit attention to Srsrinia. In Alexan dria he was escorted to the hall by United States iioldiert, and the escort remained to Veep order. Ucwai introduced hjr Jndce J. C. Uxdkhwood, whofe name is quite notorioui In Virc'mia, with the remark that he was " proud to call him a brother," a compliment which Douolass failed to return during the lecture. The cbairson the itace were occupied by " four ladies, two officers and several negro men." The mulatto lecturer was very abualvo of President ...

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. — 15 March 1866

I --tt,' T- I JTEETOfO OF THE KADICAIJ. 1 jHUrttil AJlX AilU tu.uu--v-x---. TUPRSPAYt MARCH 15. ! Heading Matter on Eacli Page. Mr.JoHxW.Kxox is our local went at Clarks ville, to receive and receipt for subscriptions to tbe TJkiox axd Avericak. T HE CITY . The Tekxbsske Live Stock Insurance Company i winninr golden opinions among the stock raiser of the State. The Lebanon JleraM thus speaks of it : "This company is regularly incorporated, by a special act of the Icgulaturc of thia and cattle against loss or damage by theft. Iu incorporators and stockholders are citi zens of our own State, and are men of wealth and great business experience. Col. John W. Head, whom all our people know as one of the most reliable and successful lawyers in the State, is the general agent of the com pany. Within a very short time a very large number of valuable mules and horses have been stolen in Wilson county, and the owners of them, after an expenditure almost equal to their original value, have att...

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. — 15 March 1866

Heading Matter on Each Bagc BEES AND THEIR PROFITS. The alitor of the Jiural American, TvB. Miner, is authority upon becs, having writ ten a work upon those interesting little in Rcctg. The profits thej return for the care bestowed Uon them, nre thus alluded to in a late number of his journal : When honey lcs are properly managed, the profit derived from them arc larre, in comparison with the capital invested, if the location be a good one for white clover, and other bee pasturage. There is. however, a greater liability to suffer losses by bee-keeping, when a large number of hives arc kept in the same place, than when a few arc kept. bach losses are not in consequence or the bees not being able to obtain a supply of honey, where white clover is abundant, but but occur by latmlies oi becs robbing each other, and from the fact that a small apiary sends off more swarms, in proixrtion to its numbers, than a large one docs. The owner ofa few hives of bees can easily attend to the weaker ...

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