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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 16 March 1866

V s-ryy--. tirr" eatn "taut ,-ri-iX iM 3stK- rt3" ,' J -I F. CO. C. DUXXOGTOX fc EDITORS A- PROPRIETORS. Yoluntiry communications, conUinmglnterwt- ng or Important news, solicited from any quarter. , TCowj.lpttcurom the various counties of tie All communication should be addressed to the " Editon of. the Uxiox akd Avkkicax." f7. DAILY UNION AM) AMERICAN. volume xxxni. I NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1866. A. and General Agents. Ko. 68 Pablie Square. 7PTXA IXNURAXCE fOMPAXY, P. P. JXU Peck. Agent. No. 31 College street. OElsKIN,JOIIXMXA-fi.HITII, Real ii. Estate Agents, over Berry's Boole Store, Col lege street. A IXSWOKTH.DAXIEt., General Southern Jx. Agent Df Wheeler A Wilson's Sewing Ma chines, no. si uoiicge street. T)KIEX ATIIAXTOS, Commission Mer- FRIDAY, XAKCII 10, 1800. Reading Matter on Eacli Tagc TIIE FEXIAX NCAKE IX CANADA IXTEXSE EXCITEMEXT IKEVAII,IXG -COMMEXTS OF TIIE PROVIXCIAI. PAPERS. chants, corner of College and Church streets. BAILEY, OBDWAT A CO., Whole...

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. — 16 March 1866

by p. o. aumfPTGioy & co. FKIBAY. WAKCH 18. I860. Heading Matter on Each Tape. For tbc House eT Representatives. Wo are authoritod to announce Mnj. Willlnin O. Lewis si a candidate for the IIouso of Rep resentatives under the Governor's Proclamation. Election, March 31st, 1S06V ITEMS OF CIEHTKKAI. EW. Froa a Whiiigtondlipaicb. to thtrPhila dolphin Inquirer? learn that ia a recent con versation with a leading member of the Pennsyl vania Congressional delegation. Secretary Seward a aid there vat itct a rebel to-day in the whole country, and he should not use the word; that he irai in layer of the adulation of the entire body of Southern member, jnit as they arc, and of (.he rnI of the loit oath. ' Forney write to hit paper in Philadelphia that the failnreof Senator Pattcrton from Ten neisse to lulfill his promise to speak to the Cop perheads of Barks county haa given offence. Another correspondent says that according to careful computation by members who are in terettet in roitaln...

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. — 16 March 1866

.4 iTgBsmp gssts-sKsc2"wf' ift aor '8" FK1BAT, MARCH; 16, 1800. Heading Matter on Each l'agc To ear Ad ver Haiti g. IatroBH Abrentl. We are gratified to announce to the old patroni of the Ukiox asc AilKSlCArr that it publication iras resumed two and a half months ago and is now circulating among Its old readers throughout the Statu of tht Souh wherever mail facilities aro restored besides enjoying a largo and rapidly in creasing lift of new acquaintances. Being con ducted by men of long newspaper experience, whose political opinions were in conflict before the war, bat who are now laboring together In the great effort to restore peace and concord among a people whose Interest and destinies arc 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 Advertising Agencies and directly from Advertis ers themselves, as to our terms, Ac. We cannot answer them in ...

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. — 16 March 1866

Reading Matter oh Each Page. a cxatoek rx era jABr XEABERS. The World xf jMolon Mode for Spring Th Fewest Things About Droscs, Basques and Bonncta The. Vernal Opealncs of the Mo From tho New York Evcains Post. Tho fashion-makers are not less prompt than tho season. Tho first day of annnjr brought the first opcaing of the styles for the new year, and it vras, of course, an event of great interest among me taaiea. woo irerc invited to witness the display. It was not, perhaps, thought so important an occasion F f-f -! T .1. -.?!. T- i.n in certain aium su inv 1 111 ivcuiuiciii uuu. or the Cidcrkranz. or the Grand reception and will not be' remembered so long; but nobody can over-estimate the extent of the commotion that may be proancca ny tne new styles when they are once established. The new designs were exhibited by Madame Demorest in Broadway, find her rooms were crowded during the da. The air was so mild, and the weather in all re spects bo pleasant, that the ladies came in unexpec...

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. — 17 March 1866

F. C. DUXXIXGTOX fc CO., EDITORS x PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communications, containing interest . nt or important urn, solicited from any quarter. News:1 letters .from the various counties of the Ftate'eJpociklly desired. All communications should be addressed to the Editors of the Ifeiox and Aw.2ICax." A RRIXGTOX A 1'AniUR, Real Estato .JL and Ucncral Agents, ao. 08 i'ublic bquarc. TXA IXSURAXCE COMPANY, P. V rccic, -A genu no. si itoiicgo Direct. A NOEKNON'.JOIIXSOS A K3CITII. Itc.il J. Estate Agents, over Berry's Book Store, Col lege street. . IXNYYORTII.DAXIEI., General Southern XX. Agent or wncclcrs X Wilson's sewing Sla chines. No, S7 College street. BRIEX fc TItAXTO.V, Commission Mer chants, corner of College and Church streets. BAILEY, OKIHVAY fc CO., Wholesale Groocrs and Commission Merchants, No. 7 is road street. . TsEI.TOX- WHEELER A CO.. Dealers in D Tinners', Plumbers' (las-fitters' and Conpcr- Market street. I'll" .. . .J.w... .H ...M3. A V. IIUI ... TJlHtWS, J. L. A IL...

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. — 17 March 1866

fa BY F. C. DU3OfDfGT03f & CO. Terras: Dally, 814.00; Weekly, 83.00. SATTRDAT, JKAKCII 17, 1800. Heading Matter on Bach I'ayc. Tor the Honso of Kcprrttcntntlvra. Wo are authoriiedto announce MnJ.'WllIInin U. lewis u a candidate for the Hou.e of Rep resentatives under the Governor's Proclamation. Election. March 31st, 1SG6- rrrss dr cexehai, kewn. Lieutenant General Grant has issued a general order requiring commandorsof military depart menu, as rapidly as possible, to ca.ua o all rented buildings to bo evacuated, and the troops ' and officers remaining in their commands to be collect ed in regular military posts, the property of the United States. There are tome half a doicn Senators elected from the Southern States still in Washington. They do not expect to get anything encouraging from cither House of Congrcss-HThcy havo been told by tho Radicals that under no circumstances will they bo allowed to take their scats so long as they can control a majority lin Congrea. They hare n...

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. — 17 March 1866

1 .-.sMSiUfed.Vh'v Hi-T-li i ITf 1 1ST . r.Mti i l i'f Till. - ihf .. . :risgg''3' WW ww'VMnw 385 SATUXDAT, MARCH 17, 1SCO. Heading Matter on Each Page. THE CITyT Books. Tlie casual reader of light and cotemporaneous reading, the scholar seeking the best editions of standard authors, the de vout reader, can find an almost unlimited assortment of all kinds of literature at the Metropolitan Gift Book Store, No. 17 Cher ry street. The latest fictions, the most re cent editions of modem twcins, humor, fic tion, theology, history, philosoyhy all de partments of letters, are equally well repre sented upon tne shelves ot tins establish ment. The stock of photographic albums. and similar goods, the illustrated books for drawing-room tables, the splendid editions of the Uiblc 1'rotestant and Catholic prayer books and rcliirious works, cannot be surpassed. The more carefully Mr. Mur- 1 f - A - . J, .... pnj-B kiock is examined, me more ll will be appreciated by the lovers of books. Nor is the...

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. — 17 March 1866

w, ( lfm, L,u tt - - imif rr A -.(SrW ews 'W"!,,iiyi.wf guty $ft w tf .mmcm Heading Matter on Each Page, EDTJCATIOX IX THE TOOTEB STATES. From the Courricr dc Etats UnisJ The question of public education, we are happy to pay, is pnq of those that has been much agitated in'Frahce for -aeveral years past and" which attracts the enlightened care of the Emperor's covcrnment. In the dis cussions to which this subject pives rise, the example of tho United States is frequently cited, and a sTslcni is demanded, founded upon theirs. Certainly the American Union is one of the countries in the world, where public schools are the most widely organiz ed, and the appropriations for education the largest. But while borrowing from them certain processes, and imitating above all their liberality in what relates to the endow ment of schools, we ought to guard against copyLiR them ueryilely, and transplanting entire into Europe, a system whose imper fections are manifest. "We arc told that in the Unit...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 18 March 1866

-.2'- ,.. c-l-,vrj-rf;f4iS-. ,a . F. tig olmpprtant news, solicited from any qtiiirter. Kqivalictto w tfrww the varioai counUos.of.tfcSj State especially desired. " - ' - All communication ihonld be addressed, to the """'"is Jsios AaD .AMEBIC-N. ' ' -; . "' " 1' f"1 - . ... . ... w I I v I nv i F tat ra:n .iiTr- - c. jvnmimutSmSc CO., EDITORS & PROPRIETORS. p ? ....,- T ,. tS ii 1 1 1 1 i ' J )2!eoI usiox jui Church, and C&6rrj. U, opposition Post OSes Daily- Hir.lMiTBrSpMt N&SHVKLE, HEIOTESSEE, SUNDAY, MMIGH 18, 1866. ' in-rn-imTmmmniin-nriii i n ' - - 1 'rJL'.'i A XKI.KTH.V Az 1'AKKAR, Real Estate ax. ami uencrai Agents, JSo. G3 i'ublio Square. BIWDAY, MAX til IS, 1&60. aj.TJT,14prsUKili-CE COSCPAXY, P. P. gjji eciAgent. o. ai'uoucge street: AXWEKSOX, JOHXNOX A SXITII, Real Estate Agents, over"Bcny Look Store, Col ic go street. A 'FftT,pAXir;u General Southern ii. Agent ofWheelcrs & Wilson's SewtrfcWdiS chines. No, 67 College street. BKIEX A TirAXTftV, Commissi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 18 March 1866

Wmijjrt m ii m.iji ljiijLU.il l W.ll JLHWI UlilHHHlMTL II JMlllWlllllMlllIMn iTm IMBIIIIlll " riliiMMiiMii il , , T , .-, -flM OTfy,-if-i BY P. C. DTJJOraTGTOX & CO. j Tenant BkHj-, SI4.ee ; Weekly, 83.00. SCXHAT, MARCH 18, !&. 1 Rmi m Matter oh. Each Page. ;WK UTSBE PAGES. FftST Pack. Intcrcstlnc correspondence from tbo Mountain District Alabama. Affairs The CutKolicsJand'Uio Fenians Present Aspectrfof theIeiican Question, and' olbc'r interesting waiter. Fourth Paci. Poetry. Oar Noble Dead, by Jno. E. Hatcher Rctributo Justice How to AvohfthoTCholcra AUrideVLettcrto hcrTIub-by-IiapoTtant Internal Rrrrcnue Decision Rob-1 bers In Lady's Bed-room Aldcn Pnctinj Machine, etc ITEMS or Or.ST.K.lI, XCWH. Gen. Evaxs, who was on the Cfjvfcdcratc slit nt Manassas and at Bail's Bluff, or Lctbure, Ss in Texas, iooking tip n place for South Carolinians to settle. A cumber of persons are saia to hare arrived at Knoxrille from the North and Canada, men of wealth and enterprise, to examine ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 18 March 1866

i mi mice STJXBAT, MARCH 18, 18M. Jtcading Matter on Each Page. cftrinrx SERVICES TeA.T. - FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHUKCir. comer of unurcu and Bumtnt-r. Pastor, iter, lb T. Bunting. 11 A. H. and 7 P.M. SECOND FRESBYTERIAN CnURCH, comer of Collets and flay. Psstor, Rov.R. II. Allen. 11 A. 21. and 7 P.M. McKENDREE CHURCH. (Method iit)on Chnreii. between 8nronr and High rM. Pastor, Rev. S. D. BaWwin. 11 A.M. and 7 P. M. CHRISTIAN CHURCH, between Vino and Hich streets, on Church. Pastor, P. S. Pall, 11 A. M. ami 7 P.M. CATHOLIC CHURCH, comer of Cedar and Sam tner streets. Her. M. B. Fortune. Services at 6. 6.10A.M.and7P-M. FIRST CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, on Summer street, every Sabbath at 11A.M. and 7 P. M. The Pastor, Rev. B. iU Taylor, mar be fonnd in hia office in the front part of tho church during the week frrm 3 to 5 P.M. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, between Union and Cedar streets, on Bummer street. Pastor, Dr. R. B, C. Howell. 11 A. M and 7 P. M. CHERRY STREET BAPTIST CHURCH, comer o...

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 March 1866

Heading XmHcrwA Bach Page OUR SEA&--A TRIBUTE. The following beautiful tribute to our noblo dcadj we extract from -a ,pocm jvhich recently -apiKxral'tinhc Mobile Adtcrliser and Register, from the graceful pen of Jons E. Hatcher. 3 Wo will not wander to tho cloomy year Through whose dark scenes wo have so lately pasrod, Whero noAoft beam of golden lufhtappcara J To gild tho cloud of Borrow o'er them cast. T1mn AvnM urn tut nibdltuda of trrarfts. Where Ebre and' SI tnjurrour their teari like1 rain. And whero, in voiceless crief, tho cypress waves Above the hearts which died for us in Tain. The dead who died, as died that gallant throng. To shield a canso which in their eyes was just. Shall lire enshrined in fitory and In son), Whilo ages roll above their scattered dust. What though for them tin marble shaft shall rise, Timoshall not seo their sacred memory wane; Their scroll of fume, expansive as tho skies. " Xcaii of oblivion shall corrode in vain." Heroic deeds are deathlei, and...

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 March 1866

1 B F. C. BUNNINGTOJT fc CO., EDITORS 4 PROPRIETORS. All RICAXV 5 'OtHce. Usrios ix Ail EBKUJtIl lock? corn er Church d Cherry st, opposite the Pust Office fr jjolriscommunleatiocs, wmlal nin r Intercrt nr'oY.mportlinl news, solicited from any quarter. aJEfcws letters from iht various counties of the Daily. $14 Weekl7- .; r.ti 'S nstatepecituy dciireJ. A.I communications should be addressed to tie volume xxxni. NASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 186G. NO. Proportionate rates for shtirtor; periods. Subscriptions invariably in adrflne. " EdUors of tho Usioic j.hd Amkmcix..' , DAILY Miim ft m 11- I i RRIXUTOK A l AItKAK, Real Estate XV. and General Agents, Mo. w l'ubhe bquare. IXKUK.-VCn COMPANY, V. P. reck. Agent. Ha. 31 tollege street. t XDKKKON. JOIIXKOY A N.HTTJI. Heal Estate Agents, over Berry's Look Store, Uul- leiro street. 4 IKW01tTH.I)AXtEI, General Southern . J. Agent of Wheelers & Wilson's Sewing Ma chines, no, 7 uo liege sircei. BKIE.V A TIIAXTOX, Commission Mer r...

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 March 1866

Wf "Sit f-d hj- . -nnm- omw i.twl wi -s 9 by f. o. DinnmreTOff & co. Terse :Bh1Ij-, 814.00; Weekly, 83.00. tTUESBAV, MARCH SO, 1866. blading Matter on 'Each -JPage. ITEMS or dENEXAX NEWS. Oar forclrn advices this morning axe exciting, and create an intense Interest to hear farther par tiealars. -Russia and Turkey are in trouble about the Tanublan principalities again. Fighting ap pears ip bare begun, though the dispatch may bo an error. It is said tho Turks at Bcnachahavo been defeated. Tho Senatorial caucus held another incctin? a day or two ago. and received tho report of the committee, appointed at the previous meeting, on a Constitutional amendment to be proposed In the Senate, as well as in tbo House, and passed, if pos-ible. at an early day. It seemed to be tb prevailing Impression that no amendment, not basing representation on rotes, could succeed, and it was therefore agreed that tho Senate should uniteajn tho following; " Representatives shall bo apportioned among tho ...

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 March 1866

HSU "WW TPESBAY, MAKCil 20, 1S6C Reading Matter on JEacIi , jPagc. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, VOB TBS WEEK ESDIXO 8ATCnOAT,MA.ul7,lSflG. By Pan! r. Tnvcl. TnKRXOMKTEK. DATS el vr.x. EYE. scoox BEXKS bary rain cl'dy rain clear hazy rain cl'dy rain cFdy cl'dy rain cldy rain cl'dy clear MONDAY. 12th- Tuesday, lain Thursday, 15"k-8 Friday. 15th SATPEDAY.lTth cloar' The obcrvaUnn are. tu lar possible,-nade between 6 and 7 in the morning, land 1! at noon, and C and 7 in the evening. THE CITY. Mrrrtvn rw TUT Cu AimIl Civ Coif MKJicE. An unusual large meeting ot mer chants assembled yesterday at the Chamber of Commerce, Mr. John W. Tcrrass in the chair. Several merchant were admitted as members. The special committee to whom was referred the matter of the freight block ade reported an follows: 0 JJJUI.YIM.K, March 14. To the Chamber of Com merce: We rwpectfally report that we have had a fecoed interview with the couniel employed against the Nashville and Chattanooga railroad, in relation ...

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 March 1866

JResdinp Matter on Each Tagc XK. rXAIWBY'S LATEST GIFT. From thi London Morning Star. The following is Mr. Pcabods letter an nouncing his latest donation of 100,000 for the bcmiCtof , the poor of London, and the reply.of thetrastecs thereto: Lokdojj, January 29. 1SG5. Gentlemen: "When I made a donation of 150,000 for the benefit of the poor of London, in March, IS62, it was my intention, if my life was spared until my retirement fiom business, and Providence continued me in prosperity, to place in your hand, air trustees of the charity, il further gift for the same object That time has now arrived: but before en tering upon the subject of the second dona tion, allow mo to say a few word relative to the course you have pursued with regard to the first. Your duties and responsibilities have been great, and the performance of the work undertaken, you must have been aware, would occasionally and inconveniently tax your valuable time ; but, from high motives of benevolence and duty, you ...

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 March 1866

- v EDITORS k PROPRIETORS. Htfantacmuaicaticns; containing InUrest- nc or important news, solicited from any quarter. - ,Vi. " '.t- .1 . i : : - n 1 1) icni juutn woB'Ui various .counues 01 las ,, State especially desired. 1 All communications should ho addressed to the,' jdltojj.of the Usios xsv AasEtCAjr." t. v " i is"- srt-r --if hi v a m i.--i nri .ieii-i: miM :.i;T'j-.'& im' i - l rmw i x .-... v- - r --r :w tt-.n. i . --. : j. n 'jr t.. u .i . 1 KKIXGTOX & FARKAR, Ileal Estate -CL. and General Agents. Ho.Gi Public Square fiXTSA IXNPRAJiCE COMPAKY, JXl Teck. Agent. No. il College PtrscL P. P "ir.R.so-.jo.v.t:KMtrrir,iici 'tV. Estate Ascnts, orcr Berry's Bookstore, Col lege street. AIXNWORTII.OAXIEL, acneral Southern Agent of Wheelers & Wilson's Sowing Ma chines, No. 57 College street. BRIE.Y fc TIIAXTOS. Commission Mer chants. corner of College and Church streets. OKU1VAY &. CO., Wboleskle Commission Merchants, No, 7 DAILCV. XJ (Irocers and Broad street. voriJME...

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 March 1866

MViTViTTi 'B T.rif in iT ilnii ?" tiiiiiiiirWilllliilfri MM HitosHMeissWriMiMltt " yRODTJOE, GRQQEIilBS, &tf. OCR STATE rnfAXCES. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DRY1 GOODS REAL ESTATE, &c. STEAMBOATS. INSURANCE. tmi riiiiiifii i WT.'C. DJlTIX&T03f & CO. ' "WEBXBSBA.Tt "3CAKC1C SI, I8. Reading Matitv on JSach Bagc. ITEMS r GENERAL JfEWR. -JlrironbttH' 'TcTvil RtghU Bill" has i?ass?lbotli!lIoaScs bi Congress, by more than a two-thirds vole, and was laid before tho Presi dent WSaturdar. 'The impression with many is that bo will sign it. Tho bill as amended, rr vldes? 1st. That all ptroons, irrespective of color - 'o?condition, honk in tbo United States, shall bo , considered is citiieni tieroof, except Indian) not taxed, and persons subject to foreign powers. 2d. That such citizens (hall have the tamo rights to make and enforce contracts, to uc and be suedto inherit, purchwc, leate, sell and convey 'real and persona) property, and to full and equal benefits of all laws lor the sec...

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 March 1866

3H jfc3XfollcmF1bert;M:J WEBXESBAY, XAttCK 21, ISM. JivadlHg Matter on'Hacfi Page, .-THE CITY. tmm - i ' Mcmicital. The Boird of Aldermen held a. r pinil ar meeting lust niclit. the mcmbera'prcseiit, Mr. K. B. Cheatham, pre siding. Uie minutes 01 the previous ses sion were read and approved. The report of Mr. John L. Glenn, Water Tax Collector, with certificate of the City Treasurer for the receipt of $2,119 70, col lections since the last report was received and filed. The report of Mr. Shankland, Revenue Tax Collector, $1,614 32 was similarly dis-t pOSCd 01. ;. i . Tiic petitions of John Dohcrtyj A. C Bruce, August Beeer, Joseph jIUchards, Jo wpKTlioni and others,1 lpr permisaion to creWboden houses, were granted. The petitions of Mrs. W. II. Craft and uIie. Paul F. JJve for relief from, certain taxes were referred to the Finance .Committee. The bill for the appropriation or $23,000 (for,tho public schools, wait .on presentation ' for.a third and last reading laid upon tie tabloaa...

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 March 1866

Reading MMttttcr oh Each Page The pathos, the philosophy and simplicity which characterize the following lines can not Jailjo chatmitlje appreciative reader: " -TKEIJI.T,T"OI.B PEDAGOGUE. XT GEOBGK AEXOLO. Tu aolly1d pedagogue, long ago, Tall and slender, sallow and dry; ITU form was bent and his gait itu (low, Hit Ions thin bairtwas ns whiUios (now, Bat a wonderful twinkle shone in his ere ; And he sine every night as ho went to bed, T.M til nA liknnv nntrn knlnw Tbo living should live, though the dead bo dead." ' jam ute juuy uu iicuagogue, long ago. IL He taught his scholars the rule of three, Reading and writing, and history too; j ' Ho took the little ones np on his knea, i'or.a kind old heart in his brcsst had be. And tho wants of the littlest child he. knew; "Learn while you're young," be often said, "There is much to enjoy down here below; Life for the living, and rest for the dead I" Said the jolly old pcdagognc.long ago, IIL With stupidest boys he was khd and coo, Speaking...

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