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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 28 March 1866

f. o. JtmqiiXGrms c., EDITORS k PROPRIETORS. ; VolacfftcommankktloBi, containing Interest norlmFbrtaut news, solicited from any quarter. Kerrt; letters from the various counties of the 'AfftommnntcaUoos should be adresea to the " Editors of the Uxiox xvv Aitmcx." A RRIXGTOX A jFARRAR, Ileal Estate j and General Accntn. No. 68 Public Square. ' THITXA IXHUKAXCE COMPANY, P. P. rvi Peek. Agent, No. 31 College street. 4 XBERSOX, JOHNSON' A- KMITJI, Heal XX. Estate Accnts, oreruerrys iiootctorc, col lege street. l INKWOKTII. DANIEL. General Southern J Acent of Wheelers & Wilson's Bewinr Mb- ' chines. No. 57 College street. . TR1EN dr TllAXTON, Commlsjion Mcr- JL chants, corner of College and Church streets. BAILEY, OKBWAY A CO Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants, No. 7 Broad ttreet. T)r.!,TOX, M UKELKK A CO., Dealers in V tiers Mar -ri - Tinners. Plumbers' Gas-fitters' and Copper- nersmtths btecic ana .Materials, sso. a -.noriu Market street. KOWX, J. I A K. W., Heal Estate Age...

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. — 28 March 1866

mnamlnniiimrWT jy r. c. DtrararxGTON & co. Tcrron: Dally, 814.00; Weolily, &X00. WEBJfESRAT, SfAKCII 2S, 180S. Reading Mailer on XkicJi Page. ITEMS or GrXT.IlAI. XT.WS. Tho Criminal Court of Washington hasaom tuoaced Ihe I'rial of Gen. Lafayette C. Baker, on the chargo f robbery, preferred by Mrs. Lucy Cobb, wdl, kuown ns a pardon broker. Tho specific charge mado by Mrs. C is that Ocn. Baker, 'while tho tru under constraint from him, robbed her of $2,000 which tbo bad received from a man named Hinu or Howell, for procuring him pardon. There was a large crowd In the Senate ciller ies on MoOtSay, in anticipation of tho President's Toto of the Civil Rights bill, but there was a disap pointment. It was lowkcd for again on yesterday. Mr. Sumner presented the petition of whito and colored cltitens of Pennsylvania asking Con gress to enforce the guarantee of a republican form of government in tho lately rebellious Etatej. It was referred to the Committee on Re construction. Tho Way...

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. — 28 March 1866

--- rap Heading Matter oh JEiict JV0. JH,E CITY. Job Printing. Having thoroughly refitted our extensive Book and Job Printing Office wo ere prepared to execute Any work in this line of our business. that may bo offered. Particular at' tcntionWHl be paid to .Mercantile! Railroad and Steamboat Printing. Wc respectfully solicit a share of public patronage. Satisfaction guaran tecdi ' " Mr- D. A. Wilkin, an old travelling newspaper collector, starts this morning to visit all the post offices in Middle Tennessee. MrvWI iautliorired to receive and receipt t --. ' ' .? r t-m m i i lar siiuicriimuns jur uiu xrsuy, An-wecKiy and Weekly NxsnviLLr Ukion xsd Amer icas. Recorder Wilkinson's Court. The dclccation to this public hall were in pretty full force yesterday, and indicated but little improvement. in the observation of the laws regniaung uie cuy. Tippling os SAnnAnr. Charged with this grave offence was W. J. Saunders, fined $6; Geo. Sherwood S3, and Thye $9. Nuisance. James Moore has dec...

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. — 28 March 1866

ItkmUnfT Matter on Each Page. BREEDING COWS FOR THE DAinV. Fitan the Country Gentleman. Eds. Co. Gent: At tho Inst meeting of th4 " Farmer's Club of Granville ami vicini ty," the subject for discussion was " Breed ing of Cows for the Dairy." Much intcrcHt wati elicited, and the question, "Can we practise such a system of breeding as will ensure us good milkers," was frequently askiid, but not 3 readily answered. We hay eramob'g ' our members several breeders ofjood rtock,butnoneof them, myself ex cepted, had turned their attention to this particular point. I was requested to state the result of an experiment which I had inado some twenty years ago. It was in sub&ancc as follows: Not being able to purchase such cows as I had been accustom ed tt milk at the East, I resolved to sec if I could' not breed them for myself. Having consulted such authorities, both English and American, as I could find, that treated on the Bubject, I formed my plan and went at it. My theory was that much...

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. — 29 March 1866

MMMWwMOTiwrriMaMMiiiii i-OTtiiti iiiinrinu iPiTiiTi 'linTmwuTTTTnn i L irrjMWBMMWMMMMHgiMiiiiiBM i.imi...r-M-ieriii n imm iiu i inw .. . .. .4r. (tL- ., ,' J. and Gcierai Agcato."No.:6S Priblio Square. JTXTXA :tXSI7KAXCE jec. agent. ro. 31 College strceu 1 XUWWS, JSKXKeX NX1TH, Ileal XX i-StateAsents, OTcr .-Jerry s JMOKfitore, vi leposweet. . A IXH KTK.A'IKI General Southern JX Agent or v heeler mison's sctrinx JH chines. Jo.'57 College street. TX1EX THAXT.V, Cammissior, Mer XX chAnwcomcr of College and Church rtretw "IjMLUY, OKDWAY A CO.. Wholes. JL4(!roccrs and CommL'sion Merchants, No. JlroEwl rtrect , "OEi-Xox, wiiEEi.r.it a c., Dealers in t Tinners', Plumbers' aa-fittcra' and Conjer- persmiths' Stock niiii.' k,i-i. mtii .. fiiprmii oti. inrrn Market street. B , W., Ileal instate Agents, S&j Union street. TroWXE, JOHN, Merchant Tailor, corner J of Deadertck street ana -Turnip square. T)OYI, steamboat Agent, corner of I Iiroad and Front streets. B ASK, must NATIONAL, A. U. 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. — 29 March 1866

IT F. C. DTUfXHfGTOX & CO.. ,, ' ' ' 1, ntlv AJt AAitWaAlrltf At Ail THURSDAY, MARCH 39, 1800. Heading Matter on Each Eagc. macs or central mws. All the leading New York papers sustain tbe resident' veto or tho civil rights bill except the TWCwae and iW. By order of tho Proidcnt, all udvcrtifcroonU from tho War Department have been withdrawn from the- WcttlieU Pott, fit. Louis. This paper hai Tied with tho Chicago Jtcpullican and Mrs. Swisshcltn's paper in slandering the President. ThuDcpartmcntof Stato yesterday received advices from the consul of the United Stated at Liverpool, England, rclatiro to emigration. He represent that steamers and emigrant -vessels leaving that port for tho United States are filled with emigrants. Ship owners and persons en caged in tie hnslness inform the ecusul that it will be enormous, and that the Indications are that it will be heavier from Europe this year than it ever has since wo have been a nation. Under date of March 1st, tho Assistant Com ...

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. — 29 March 1866

iftliti nwil ni lift i i mmrrrixmmMy :rrwf rrn-, , JieV" -fer h Xwcfc gage THE CITY. Job Printing. Having thoroughly refitted oarextcnsiro Book and Job Printing OSirc, wo arc prepared to execute any work in this lino of our business that may bo offered. Particular at' tcnlionrill bo paid to JJrC3in!iIe,'IlaSlroad and. Steamboat at Printing. Werospectfully solicit a share of public patronage. Satisfaction guaran teed., . AlilEST OP CoCETEBFEITEnS S500 IS CorNTERFEIT AlOSET 1'ODXDl Up to a late honrire hare been unable to obtain the full particulars of thestarthngdcvclopcniRnU made by the arrests and investigations of the Detective Police of yesterday. It will be re membered that in Saturday's issue oe the Louisville Journal mention was made of the arrest of a woman who was circulating, lna syv. a wv ea v.waavuwM cava vuuvv- menu aroused the suspicions of the Detec tive l'olicc here, forthewoman arrested was seen but a few days since to pay a hurried visit to some suspicious Italian f...

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. — 29 March 1866

Rca&ig Jfgjfer qtt JEgcfc 'Sage. the power r jrcsic Tlie man of bnrincts, returning to his Mansion, fiudcth hii Wife atlho Grand Piano-Forte. Sine to me lore, I need thy long, I need that thou shouldst cheer me well. For everything Is coins wrong. And life appears nn awful "sell." IVo overdrawn my banker! book, I'm teased for loans by brother John; Last night our clerk eloped, and took Two thousand ound sing on sing on. Mv nsrlnr-r timr irnan atttrkw. . . And Straw, aiasj Xidare not thrash ; J And strenrs he'll hare his tia'uml oTfleh: My nephew's nose has just Men split In some mad student debt at Bouh ; My tailor serves me with a writ For three years' bills sinf on sine on. My doctor i&yt'Xjnustaot tbinkj Eat co and spend a month ni l.mi; Mr coachman, overcome with drink, Ncarllarncs, upset mo In the Thames. i . My'finert horsols ruineit.fl'aUc, V And bath no 'leg to stand upon. The other's knees are such a sight, Jle'll never selling on sine on, Mr lore, no tears I 111 to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 30 March 1866

A RRINTN A: JAKKAK, Ileal Estate il na General Agents, No. C8 Pablie Square. XXA XXSCRAXCK COMPANY, P. I1 Peelr. Arent. Ho. 3L Colleen fctreefc A A 1 KKti, JHSH A SMITH, Ileal instate .A gents, ovtr Jierry's uooKsiore, uoi lege street. A ,JWXTH,AA'IKl Ganeral Southern XV Agent of Wboelers A Wilson'a Sewing Ma- ciunci, no. t7 -College street. IJKIES ATILVXTOX, CoulinUftftm Mer- JJ chant, corner of College ftntl Church street;, BAILEY, OBBH'AY A- CO.. Wholesale Grocers nud Commission Merchants, No. 7 Broad street. 13KI.TOX, WHEELER A CO., Dealers in U Tinners , numbers iiaj-niurr una wpper- iiersmilhs' Suck and Market street. B K(IWX, J. I.AK W., Ileal Kstatc Agents, 3SH union street. B B RUWNE, JOHN, Merchant Tailor, corner or Ueadenek street ana ruDlicfeqnare. (1), WM.. Steamboat Aucnt, corner of llroad ana l-ront strccu. B AXK, riKNT NATIONAL, A. U. S.tnfsrd, President. Jos. U. Ogdon, Cashier. SECOND NATIONAL. Collcsest. .13 near Union, Jno. Lumsdcu, President, W. J, "Thomas. Cashi...

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. — 30 March 1866

1t - Ate by t. c. DpyirarGioir fc CO. Terms :nlljr, gl4.K Wccfely, $3.00. rKII.VT, 2SARCK 30, 1SGC. Reading Matter on Eavh Page. ITEMS OF CENTRA! XCTS. Washington special dispatches to tbo Cincin nati Gazette t3.ni "Tho message come in fit ono o clock, and lay upon the Utile four hours, while the Stockton case was pending, and Ions before that time it had l)n circulated through the Chamber, and read by such Senators and Itcprc sentatives as wcro deposited to look it through, After it had been formally read by Colonel For ncy, the President's special friends sought to force an adjournment. This, however, was resisted by the majority, who meant to pass the bill over the veto to-night, A call of the yeas and nays ro--vealed the fact that Messrs. Grimes andUirkwood had left tho Chamber. This left the Union men without sufficient strength, and they wcro conse quently oblired to adjourn." It is understood that Senator Stockton, of .New Jersey, was ex pclled from his scat for tho express p...

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. — 30 March 1866

MfM Itcatling JKcUter on JSach Page. WE CITY. Job Printing-. Having thoroughly refitted our extensive Book and Job Printing Office, we are prepared to execute any work in this line of oulustrjcM thai may bo offered. Particular at tention will Lc )aid to Mercantile. Railroad and ftcainlHi.it Printing- We reKxtfully s (licit a tbarc of public patronage Fatifae4!on guaran teed.' ' " ' ' ' The SrniKO Tuade. It is a gratifying feature in the pit-went condition of the coun try lhat, amidst all the embarrassments in cident to our recent troubles, social, political and commercial, our business men are man ifesting a degree of energy and enterprise a dcterminatlbri to succeed unparalleled in the history of the pant. "We speak particu larly of Nashville. No longer relying upon the mere advantages of capital and position, they have determined to rival all competing markets by a system of.low prices and quick sales that will leave no longer a doubt in the minds of the trade south of them, that ...

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. — 30 March 1866

-" mi i Mr. - v .Miliar i" Heading Matter on Each JPage. D2fiZ.eYAX. BEEF. A city )?aper cohtains an official advertise ment inviting certain proposals for beef, but declaring that ".No bids will bo entertained from persons who come under the exceptions of the Presi dent's amnesty proclamation, nor trill bids in which uch persons are interested, cither directly or indirectly, be received, unless they can produce the pardon of tho Presi dent. Bids from all other persons under said proclamation, must be accompanied by the amnesty oath." . Now when the Federal Government oners at public sale its decayed or useless property it has not been considered indispensable that tho buyer should do more than make the bids most advantageous to that Govern ment and havo the wherewithal to pay for his purchase, and when positions arc rever sed and that Government, in turn, becomes the buyer we are at a loss to perceive any good reason why it should impose strange and abnormal conditions on the citiz...

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. — 31 March 1866

Mi i ii 111 in tim0mmmmmm F. C. sfc CO, EDITORS 4 PROPRIETORS. " .Voic-t-ry. communication, conUlnlnsrlntcrest ne or important news, solicited from any quarter.' - .Newsletters from the Yiriou count!- of the Sim especially desired. All' communications should be addressed to tie "Rlitow of(theUiox AJfD A kbic-. . A KR.T.XGTOV & FAKUAlt. Real EsOo and uencral -genu. :o. ia mono oquarc. M r.VA I.N'NUKAXCE COXPAXY, 1'. Peck. Agent. Ho. 31 Allege girccu A. Estate Agents, over Berry' Book Store. inn atnui i ii. Ileal Col 1 ere street. IX.SW011TII.UAMI.Ih General bouth prn jCx. Agent oi vt r.ceiers .- nwooi wius Ms chines. Cio. t7 Uoiiege street- B KlEI A: TIIAXTO.V, Commission Mer- ehuiti, corner of Uollece ana mnrcn street. B AII.KY. OKUWAY "' CO- Wholesale Urocers and commission aiercnants. no. t Broad street. BKI.TO.V, WHEEI.EK A- CO- Dealers in Tinners. Plumbers' Qas-fitters' and Copper tierimitbs' Stock and Materials, No. 22 iorth Market street. B IUHV.V, J. It, XV., Heal Estate ...

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. — 31 March 1866

rjuir ti i i.r-r --vt-TirTif tosiiiits BY ?. C. DXnQTDfQTOJr & C0. Terra :-alIr, 81.00 Weekly. 83.00. NATOXDAtThAKCH 31, 1800. Beading Matter on Bach 1'aye. ITEMS or GEXEIIAL. XEWS. Washington dhpatches rtate that the friend of the Civil Right till are confident or their abil ity to pas it over tho veto of the.rresdent. Tho opponents f tho measure express iiiefbollef that they cannot.' ' li Can passed over our street railrood yenterday Tor the lint tunc, n morn cu era in our. umory ns a city. - We am gratified to learn that tho evil com plained of tor onr merchant ngaiusttbe railroad companies are likely to be amicably adjusted, and enable our city to defy the competition -of any market North of us. Gor. Hamilton, ofTcxas, has appointed Wra. Alexander Attorney General of that State. Mr. A. if a nativoqfKentocky, but hasbecn for many year a roiident of Texas. The EclmafAla.) Mettaxger i tales that Gen. TT. J. Hardeo has, at tho request of den. Grant and Sherman, received nn assur...

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. — 31 March 1866

SATTJRBAY. XAXCH 31, JSCS. Reading Matter on Each Page. THE CITY. -5 J.- Job Printing. Having thoroughly refitted our extensive Book nnd Job Printing Office, we are prepared to execute any work in this lino of our business that may be offered. Particular at tention will bo paid to Mercantile, Kail road and Steamboat rrinting. Wo respectfully solicit a bare of public patronage. Satisfaction guaran- tced. ' ' Federal Couiit. The next regular Bit ting of this Court will he on the third Mon j ! ir . :..r,fi f , , -i i . ; ..! ine uocset wu cruwueu ni m lasi suung, and that hut few cases were dispensed with. Judging from the almost daily arraignments and committals to jail, the ensuing term promises to be one of much interest to thq city and wirrounding country. Hopes are entertained that such severe measures will be adopted by the Court, that, in meting cut to cflendem cf the law the rewards of their transgressions, they shall check the rapid growth of crime. The leniency of municipal l...

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. — 31 March 1866

rxi; CHSLEKA. Aa every suggestion, relative to this dread disease, which ie apprehended as a visitor to this, country in the coming rammer, is read with more or les interest, we append the following. It is from a layman, but may contain some useful practical hints to those who may not be in a condition to receive the attendance at a physician promptly : . CAUSE AND SYMPTOMS. Dr. Hamlin, for many yearn a missionary oMhcAnicrican Board at Constantinople, has furnished lo the Qiristian iftrron ah ac count of his very successful treatment of tho cholera in that city. His practice has ex tended through three visitations of this dreaded disease, in 1848, 1855, and 18C5. Cauta of Attack. I have personally in vestigatcdf at least a hundred cases, and not less than three-fourths could be traced di rectly to improper diet, or to intoxicating drinks, or to both united. Of the remaind er, suppressed perspiration would comprise a large number. A strong, healthy, temper ate laboring man had a sev...

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 April 1866

r 1 life . - i; ssr- F. C. DUXNIXiGTOX 4c CO. UNION f TKX X ASXTILLX AXLT rXJX AXn ajcxwfcax;.-' - Office, Usiox jiito AxExiOi Ulock, corner Church and; Cherry tsoppite!lI.aEat Offica. TEBV3: Daily ..$H Weekly S Proportiotato rates for shorter period. Subscription invariably in advance. D ITOIIS it PJJjOPRIETORS. il . , 1 Voluntary communlcatbns, containing in tcreal ne or important news, solicited from any quarter, News ".cUcrs from the various counties of tho State especially desired. All communications should be addressed to the VOLUME XXXIII. NASHYILLE, TENISTESSEE, SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1S66. ISO. 100. " Editors of the TTslos and America." DAILY AND AMERICAN. i. ilUIXGTO.Y fc FARRAlt, Uoal Estate and General Agent', fto. W 1'ablic Square 7CTNA IXSfKAXCE tOJU'ANY, 1'. 1' XEi Peck. Agent No. 31 College street. 1 ADKUSOX, JOII.VNOX fc SMITH, Heal Estate Agents, ovoriicrry'B uooKBtorc, t,oi lege street. 1 INKVOUTlI.I.V.N'Ii:i, General .Southern Ji. Agent of Wheelers x Wilsons cewing jsi...

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 April 1866

D l! JSY F. C. DTOramfGTON & CO. Term: BMly, 8H.OO; Weekly, 8S.OO. KUXH.VY, APRIX 1, 1SC0. HcatUng Mailer on Each Page. MAJ. LEWIS ELECTED. Another column of this morning's issue presents the result of the election yesterday, so far as heard from. The triumph of the Conservative cause is complete. Having but imperfect returns from the country dis tricts we cannot give Maj. Lewis' majority in the county at this writing, hut it will not be far from the proportion of four or live to one. Our satisfaction in making this an nouncement is great. We are gratified, as every Conservative in the Stale is, that"Vn LIAM B. Lewis is returned to the seat which he bo highly honored; and we are especially gratified that the election was bo con ducted that the. meat captious and factious Radical in the State can found no word of pretext against its legality. So far aa we observed, the military guards ordered by Gen. Thomas were at the various voting places in the city, but we heard of no inter f...

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 April 1866

gutty 3ttftim attdgitoiw. SUXDAT, APRIL 1, 1800. JlcadhtnMaiter on Each Page. THE CITY. Job'Prlutliic;. Having thoroughly refitted our extensive Book nnd Job Printing Office, we are prepared to execute any work in this line of our business Uiat may bo offered. Particular at tention will be raid to Mercantile, llailroad and Steamboat "Frinting. Wc respectfully solicit a tharc of public patronage. Satisfaction guaran tcod. Tn Election Yesteuday. Tlie.fol lowing'is the rcMilt of the election .n the city yesterday. We arc gratified to know that, the election pasied off quietly. We hare heard of no difficulties of anychar- acter: Ltwis. Briek First Ward . - 501 36 Seeend Ward 210 SI Third Ward 4i) 1 Fourth Ward yjiiu-.. 17 . , . 1S8 Fifth'Ward iIO:j '40 ' 4S Sixth Ward 160 45 Seventh Ward . 112 10 Eighth VardJ45.jf.,,.6.! W - 43 Ninth Ward- .-.-.. "13 7 Total vote ciut- Lewis' majority..... tin t 476 1301 BKixmEEsoumK Patterson. The. three voune men, Braddock, Dunn and Hurar phreys of Ed...

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 April 1866

r'o lAtSii E.YGAG IEXTS. EY AXJIA CORA EXTCHin. "Whenihc licart surrenders, confirm the blushing promieo quickly at the altar's foot!" is the adjuration of every enamored suitor, carer for tho uilimaxof tle wedding ring. lint the maiden who reflects will respond with no hasty "amen" to that fond prayer. Reflects! does not King Obcron still walk the carili, performing as fantastic and amaz ing feats with his magical flowers as in the davs of Bully Bottom? And did woman ever iflectafter the lairy monarch had sto-i len upon her slumbers and pressed the juice" of his purple blossom upon her folded lids? The portals of her heart ojKjncd with her eyes when the latter have once received that mystic flower's touch, and the eyes take in and the heart enthrones the being first look ed upon. Let him wear what Bhape he may. he is transformed and glorified to her viMonJjj Love's'glamor. That moment reason lis inn--ceremoniously thrust out of doors. In vain she clamors to bo heard, and warns the ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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