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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 3 April 1866

f-aessr..' - - 1 aQ srf TkTTVTVT'wnTrt'v j inn v - as v EDITORS A- PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communications, containing interest ng or intorUnt news, solicited from any quarter. News letters from the vsrioui countlei of the State cspeeialrUesired. All communication! should be addressed to the " Editors of the Ustox akd Amkmcax." A RIUXOTOX !fc l'AIUun, Ileal Estate J. and General Agents, Ko. OS Public Square TJTXA lXHL'ltAXCW CUHPA.VY, P. I XU Pock. Agent, fto. 31 uouege street. XIi:K..OX,JOIIXSOXfcNMITU, Iloal i. Estate Agents, ovcrlicrry liookblorc, lk)l logo street. 4 IXSWOKTII.OAXIi:!., General .Southern JL A cent of heelers x ilson sewing Ma' efalnes. No. ' College street. I1K1CX .V TIIAXTOX.' Commission Mer JL chant, tamer of College and Church street. OKDHAY t CO.. Wholesale Urocers and Commission Merchants. No. 7 liroad street. nKi;ro., WIir.i:Li:tl A: :o.. Dealers in L Tinners . Plumbers Gas-fitters' and Uopjicr pcrsiniths' Stock and Material. Ko. 22 Jorth Matket street. "O lt...

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. — 3 April 1866

p 6 van BY F. a BtnOflKOTON & CO. Terras.: lallr, 814.00; M'eUIy, 83.00. TC11SD.V5, APKIIj 3, 1SC0. Reading Matter on Each rage. TIIE STOCUTOX CASK. The expulsion of Senator Stocktox, of New Jcrscr, from the United States Senate is being generally discussed by the press. The facts are these: The Legislature of New Jersey in joint Convention of both Houses, had made ineffectual attempts to elect a Senator. Finding it impossible for any can didate to receive a majority of all the votes cast, a resolution was offered and carried in joint Contention that a plurality should de clare the Senator. Under this rule Mr. Stocetok received forty out of eighty-four votes, and was declared by the Convention of both Houses the Senator elect, and was duly commissioned as such by the Governor under the seal of the State. He presented his credentials, was sworn in and took Ids scat, and, upon motion, the case was referred to the Judiciary Commit tee. The report ol that committee was unanimous in ...

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. — 3 April 1866

toll. .' -!". TUESDAY, Al'KII, S, I860. Heading Matter on Each Page. METROItOLOGICAI OBSERVATIONS, rOBTHK WKKK pSPISQ SATTItDAT.IUR.Sl.'lSi'ju. Ilj- l'aul r. Tnel. TIIERWOVrTF.lt. SKY. DAYS. V XI K, IRV. ETC. I KOONinr.VKR SrjfoiT. 2Sth- S8S dMclVrj elMy cl'dy clear 1 cl'dy 1 clear I i TursoiT.7Ui.la7 HIM cl'dy rain cl'dy; Vi ED5 oiT, 'Ji..S2'0l ST rain TiitSDiv. 21. ttl cl'dy Friday, 30th... 2S ifli 64' clear WATcniAT.31st'01l7D TO d'cV c'ccT cl'dy el'c'rl The observations arc, as faro possible, made etween C and 7 in the morning, 1 and 2 at noon. .i tt . . i and G and" in the evening, THE CITY. Job Printing-. Hi vine thoroughly refitted cur extensive Book and Job Printing OStec, wo are prepared to exocato any work in this lino or our business that may be offered. Particular at tention will bo paid to Mercantile, Hail road and Steamboat Printing. Wc respectfully solieit a share or public patronage. Satisfaction guaran teed. County Countr. The County Court of Davidson county met yes...

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. — 3 April 1866

0INCINNA MOARDSf BOUISYILLE CARDS; s MEMPHIS "CARDSr- - ? --BETROBBDMr -r vGRCK)ERIESIQLlOKS5&crri iGROOERMS; BIQUORS'&c. Wending Matter on Each l'agc. cottox. , II Upon the subject of the amount of cotton Ftill'on hand at the South, a correspondent writing from Macon, Ga., to the New York Noes, of late date, Bays : Passing through the place,- one is sur prised to find such a large supply of cotton still on hand, crowding the commission mer chants and cotton packers. Notwithstand ing the vast destruction of this staple by Sherman and the remorseless 'Wibiou, yet with, noiuaterial exportation during.four. years and(a half, and its conlinucdiaccumu lationbV small crops each year, the supply on hand had become far greater than those mippoed who merely noted the fact that no planter annually produced the half of a crop, and very few so much as that, while the great amount burned by both belliger ents, and the exaggerated statements of what had rnn the blockade, still further mis...

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. — 4 April 1866

F. O. HtJXNIJfGTOX & CO., EDITORS & PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communications, containing interesti ng or.Importsnt nsws, solicited from any quarter, cws.flettevs from the various counties of thai All commnnicati&ns should bo addressed to tho " Editors of tho Uniox asi AxrRtcAjr." ittni0 and .SVuiman. WEXXS1.VY, APKiX -I, IMC. Heading Matter on Each I'age. 'view or 1.1 YT.. AMERICAN A French tourist lias recently published his experience in the United States under the title of "HuitMois cn Atncriquc" Eight Months in. America. He Avas ranch struck with the contrast between, the Amer ican and European family nyst?ra. Ife says: There arc few families m New York of whom some member in not either wander ing as a traveler in distant parts of the world, or has taken up his permanent abode there, and become alnioEt a stranger to liLt own country. These family trials are ac cepted with an incredible composure and resignation. You know the storpr of that American father whose son, arr...

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 April 1866

it f. c. DuyrarGioir .& co. Terms iDallTi 8(4.06 1 Weekly, $3.00. WIBNESHAT, APRIL 4, 1SCG. heading Matter on EacU JPagc. ITEMS OF GHNERAI, XIIWS. Political circles arc still excited over the pro bable result of the Civil Rights bill. One day tho Radicals arts cingainc, the next discouraged. Er crythlnj seems to depend upon the election of the New J crscy Senator, and the health of Senators Wright and Dixon, friends of the President, -who are now absent lor reason of sickness. Concern: inc tho New Jersey election, a special dirpatch to the Cincinnati Gaxttte says, "tbero is only one Union (Radical) majority in tho Elate Senate, and that one, it is rumored, has been bought over by tho Democrats, and the choice of a successor to Mr. Stockton thus for tho present defeated." Tho latest dispatches we bare seen state that tbc'phy sieanj of both Senators Wright and Dixon declare that It trill be .utterly impossible for them to bo present this neck, nud therefore, the bill U like ly to ...

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 April 1866

- 1sa.. .S -..Tis."" U..l5. f,.3, ..Tji-.- 433; vaaj.- ' irsqtfw-Cjsafr. xs. WEByESBATi AJKII. 4, 1866. Jtvadtngfafter oh- rJZacli Paoct THE CITY. Job I'rlnthiff. llavinj thoroughly refitted ourcatensivo Book and Job Printing Office, wo are prepared to execute any work in this lino of onr business that may bo offered. Particular at tention will bo paid to Mercantile, Railroad and Steamboat Printing. We rtipectfully. solicit a thare of public patronage Satisfaction guaran tced. LiaxsumVE Electioks. From a lead ing dtizen of the southern portion of the State, who reached the city on yesterday, we learn that Dr. C N. Ordway, the resigning member from Giles, was re-elected on Sat urday, and also T. If. Bledsoe, Esq., the re signing floater from Lincoln and Giles. A. A, Steele, Esq., the late member from Mar shall was also re elected. These arc good and true men who have performed .their part faithfully, and their return to the councils of the State will gratify the friends of conser vat...

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 April 1866

."1 - -t Heading, Matter on Each Page. AGrRICTJXiXURAJlj. TRE CATSXE rX-AGUE-ORIGIX AXD HISTORY eP TH DISEASE. Mr. Jblin Gamgcc, principle of IheAlbert Veterinary College in London, has just put forth an exhaustive treatise upon the cattle plague. In 1S62 Professor Gamgcc was ap- poiuicu uy me xvngiisu uavemmem 10 con duct an inquiry on the cattle disease, which was then just betdnninc to travel westward out oKusyiaj-nnd his letters 'nt'that early date, prophesying its adrcntTtolEDgland, oc casioned an lneueciu-u aiicmpi dj me gov ernment to legislate on the subject. In 18C3 -64-C5 the plague was traveling by nearly uic luuic ruuiv mat it, luuk. in me ciguiccnui century. Tit: from Russia through Podalia, W&uacnia, Hungary, Austria, Prussia, bax ony. the Palitinatc, Italy. flie first account of this murrain dates with the period when the Goths descended towards Constantinople, and were repulsed by Theodosius. ana from th'.t time it has appeared frequently in the middle parts of E...

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. — 5 April 1866

DAILY UNION AMERICAN TKE XASHnLTJ5 A1XT ITXHW A." j& AJCERICAX. ' Office, Usros ajtd Ahkeicajt Block, corner; Church ind Cherry its., opposite th Post 0- ta terms: ' - , Dally $14 "Weekly : Proportionate rates for shorter periods. Subscriptions invariably In advance. Voluntary communications, containing interest, ng j$rapbrtMit news, golielted from any quarter. Now letters from the various counties of the -tate especially d enrol. All communications should he addressed to the " Editors of the ITxiow jixn AiiKRtcus." VOLUME XXXIII. NASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY APRIL 5, 1S66. NO. 103. f. c. bijnntngton & co., ' 'EDITORS i PROPRIETORS. AND TinKSAY, Al'IUI, 5, 14.00. llcadiua Mattel' on Iaclv l'agc. o President and His EnemiesTq SPEECHES OF COV. ItKOWXtOW, EX GOV. SEYMOUR, OF CONN., AlfD or uox. a,vt. a.TATi.on. Another Speech from Brotnuow. Correfpondenee Cincinnati Commercial. KNOXVH.I.E. April 2. Governor Brown. low addressed a lare meeting of the citizens ui ivnox county, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 5 April 1866

Mum ir-'ii'iyrniTri iMUiiiMiniWmilM gMMiuiaitaisii iijiiiuMiiiiiifl.naiPssi IN grtttTptlrT1-0 Weekly, 82.00". UKS MAY, APXIX S, 1800. ling Matter on Each l'agc. cu.TE3S F GKXF.RAl. SEWS. are Civil Right bill Is (till impended by a cut. Dispatches to the Radical press fay: "If tcuin Wricht. of New Jersey, and Dixon, of Ctcciicnt. both of whoa are tick, arociloto ti.jcnt when a vote is taken on the. bill, the font's veto will bo sustained. Otherwise .casuro wiU be rasjod.'' Another dispatch " Senator Wriebt has arrived here, but is C3a&uihtod that he will not be ablo to leave jjrtm to-morrow. Mr. Dixon, of Connecticut, mortcd improving slowly." The bill will not jgken up beforo to-day cr to-morrow. Tim eje' correspondent says, in view of tho psj--,of the bill orerthe Tcto. the friends of the rfdcnt is required to enforce a law ho believes u; unconstitutional. Washington dispatches say The recon ciled Democracy hero have resolved to run ylayor Berritt for Mayor in June next. Ha j c...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 5 April 1866

TITCRSBAT, APRIL 5, i860. Reading Matter on Each Rage. 't1city. J1 I'Hittltiir. Having thoroughly refitted currxtensiro Book and Job Printing Office, wo are prepared to execute any work In this line of car business that may bo offered. Particular at tention will be paid to Mercantile, Railroad and Ctcaaboat Printing. We respectfully elicit a L-a-o of public patronajje. Satisfaction euaraa tood. The FeeeiimeS's Conoi. t'jise of Mrs. Mc Kissick. Some Utao a to a number of negroes employed by Mrs. MaKUsick, of Maury county, instituted proceedings iwaimt her in the Freed men's Court in this city, forscrviecfl, and obtained judgment for the sum of eleven hundred and c'.chty-eight dollars. We are informed that the Ccurt subsequently set aside that;udgmcnt, and rc-opened the case for a ncwheariiig. 'ilie Court, upon the nctr hearing, came to a conclusion satis factcryto all concerned, and based upon the broad principles of equity and justice. The Court is t3 be commended for this action. S...

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. — 5 April 1866

,ttmm and mxitm. Reading Matter on Each Tage. essextoaes to rnonrcrivE fak- MIXG. As very many of our papers pass into the hands of agriculturists, it may not be inap propriate to devote some space from time to time to the reproduction of sucli article aa the following, which though containing some advice inappropriate to certain locali ties, famishes, "food for thought" to all who are engaged in tilling the soil, whether their products be cottoLj tobacco, or potatoes. The following sixteen essentials for pro ductive farming are from the pea of the editor of the American Farmer: L Good implements of husbandry, and plcntv of them, which should always bo Kept in perfect order. 2. Deep plowing nnd thorough pulveri zation of the soil by the free use of harrows, drag and roller. 3. An application of lime, mart or aches, where calccrons matter of potash may not be present in tho soil. r i t j r ..i. H. A systematic jiusuauury ui ruv ( stance on a farm capable of being converted j into man...

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 April 1866

Rfltn Ml O. DUNXIA'GTOJT & CO., DAILY AMERICAN, TIIE NASHVILLE BAILT UNION A EDITORS & PROPRIETORS. AMERICAN. nvWfUHmn M . UNION AND OfHce, TJjrroi.- Aim Astraid.? Block, corner Church and Cherry tts., oppesito tho Post OI. tz&ms: Proportionate rates for shorter period;. Subscriptions Invariably in advance. DRUGS & MEDICINES. Voluntaryfcommunications, containing interest- ds or Important news, solicited from any quarter. News letters from the various counties of tbo State ospocUUy desired. VOLUME NASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY APRIL 6, 1866. NO. 104. All communications thould bo addressed to tbo " Editor of the Umox and America." riCIUAY, AI'IIIL C, JSOG. Heading Matter on Each 1'agc. THE GREAT SOCIAL, PKODLDI. Letter from JU J. IJreckliirlUjre, D. D. From tlie Northwestern Presbyterian. Touching the great problem cf the black race in this country, and especially in the - t. 1 C T . . J -t ruTOiieu ouues, x trust wu may conHiucr me first stsp iu IU solution in effect 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. — 6 April 1866

F. C. DU2JNINGT0N & CO. sl:lly, 14.00; WceKly, 83.00 ! I i rRlDATAPKIL C. 1S00." ijr Jfaicr on. .Enci- Tagc fJIMS or GE.VERAZi NEWS. 9 Republican majority for Governor in ticut last year was up wards of 11,000. In "cut election it was reduced to about 00. certainly encouraging to tlje Conservatives. the case of Bradley Johnson, of tho late army, and who participated with polieo ill Kane, in tbc effort to repel tho national and who was recently hold to .hail in tho n State District Court, in Baltimore, to an indictment of treason, tho President -dcrci his ball to be discharged and tho onmcct ef bis case lfc claimed exemption 3 terms of his parole. ho Now York Eiprtu has a rumor of tho pine and putting to soa of a fleet of vessels, anded by experienced officers, and that ccr iromlnent Fenians are absent from their ac- mod posts. .t the auction sale of cotton in New York eSOth, on Government account, over 2,000 sold at 41Ji13Je: Middling Savannah iht the latter price; Good Middling...

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 April 1866

FRIDAY, ArRII. C, 1RCO. Reading Matter on Each Page. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TIIE TRAINM. LnuiniJlt and XatlvilU JZailroad. Leaves Nashville nt . 6:30 P 31 WO P M , .. &0S A M 7.-00 A M 7K0 P M - 4:5 P M 5:89 A M Arrives at Lonisville. Leaves Louisville nt Arrves at Nashville CaUalin A c nm mmlttt inn . Leaves Gallatin. .0Q A M Srtt A M Arrive t Nashville ....- Leaves Nashville Arrives at Gallatin 3:10 M la I' M Aathvtue and Chattanooga Jlauroad.. Leaves Nashville at- - 7t30 A AI Arrive! nt Chattanooga-. Leaves Chattanooga Arrives at Nashville-. 630 P M fcOU A M 4.-00 P M Leaves Itasuville . &30 P M 3:10 A SI 8-45 P M Arrives at Chattanooga Leaves Chattanooira - Arrives at Nashville ft'aehvilte and Decatur Eailroad. Leaves Nashville . 9:S0 A M Arrives at Decatur...., Leaves Decatur . , Arrives at Nashville. Leaves Nashville. Arrives at Decatur . O.K P M . G:3) A M . 2:00 P M . KS0 P M . 4:0 A M Leaves Decatur- . iifi J M Arrives at Nashville..... A M CA7um2(a j4ecommofttion...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 6 April 1866

AHaMMBWMIIVll ill' i rHi i "ifi r iiTiH If n fflTiTY jjT OiNOINATI CARDSi CINCINNATI CARDS. LOUISVILLE CARDS. LOUISVILLE CARDS. GROCERIES, LIQUORS &c GROCERIES, LIQUORS :3cc. Reading Matter on Each Tagc. TIIU SOX OF THE CAMp! A CEIVEAK IXCtDEXT. Girc us a sonc I" the soldier cried, The enter trenches gnardlne. Whim the heated sons of the camps allied Grew weary of bombarding. The 4nrk Redan, tn silent scolT. Lfrcrim and thrcatcnine under. And tho tawny mound of the Jlalakoff J 1 enter beheld its thunder. Thejwwasap&use. The purdsmanid " Ce storm tho forts to-siorrowi Eim while wo Way j another day Will brio? enough of Borrow." They lay alone the battery' aide. Below the smoking cannon Brave hearts from Severn and from Clyde. And from the banks of Shannon. They sans of lore and not of fame ; Fontot was Britain's glory ; Each heart recalled a different name. But all sacc "Annie Laurie." Voice after Toice caught up tho song, Until its tendcrpassion Hose like an anthem, rich 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. — 7 April 1866

F. C. DUXXIXGTOX fc CO., EDITORS i: PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communications, containing Intcrcst ng or important newt, solicited from any quarter. News letters from tho various counties of the State especially desired. All communications should be addressed to tho "Editors of tbe Umos axb AveeicaS." HSSMSHSSMSBSBSSRSSCHSSSaiaBSSSSCSHHSaSMBJKN ttwlm anil SUuncau. KATCRDAY, APRIL 7, 1800. Heading Matter on Each 1'agc. X REVIEW OI" I'ARSOX BBOW.LOir NI'EECII BY ONE WEM. IX- roiuiEU. Under the above caption, a correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial, over the filg nnture of "East Tennessee Fedeeal Sol Dxrn," review the recent ppeech of our Governor in a very caustic manner. Wc commend the following extract to the calm consideration of all order-loving people: And now let us examine the causes which have been at work to transform this kissing Judaa a blaspheming Peter. Xo sooner did Urownlow feel the reins of Government rarely in his hands than he commenced the narrow, insane and signal...

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 April 1866

Ui0 unit gnu cvian. BY5rimISQT0 & co. Terra xUly, 814.00; Weekly, 83J)0. NATCRIAV, APRIL 7, ISnO. Sending Matter on Each I'age. ITEMS OI' GEXEIIAI. JfEWS. Mre. Jeff. Davis, accompanied by A. H. Ste phens, called nt the White lloueo Wednesday, seeking an interview with tbo President, which they did sot obtain. A teelgram from Richmond, fays that move ments are on.foot there for an application for a writ tif laleat corpui to get Jeff. Davis out of prison. The proclamation of the President, and the dccltion or the Supreme Court, relative to tho trial of civilians by Military Commissions, are circn as the reasons for this step. A Washington dispatch says tho President concurs In tho opinion of tho Secretary of the Treasury, that it Is dceirablo that tho State of Alabama and other Sonthcrn States should bo nl lowod to assume and pay their propSrtlonof direct taxes now due, and, therefore recommends tho necessary legislation by Congress. Tho virtual sum assessed on real estate, by an ...

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 April 1866

( SATURDAY. APRIL 7, J8C0. Reading Matter on Each Page. ARRIVAL AXI ttEPARTimi?i? THE TRAINS. Zouinille and AVtn Jlailroad. Leaves Nashville at ' 7:15 A M ArriTflouJviIle-f- i Leaves Louisville at . 6.-00 P M 5rfW A M 5:00 A M . 7M P M Arrives at Nashville- 4: P M . &S0 A M Gallatin Aceomnodation. Leaves Gallatin- - 7:00 A -M Arrives t Nashville : 8:45 A M Learn Nashville . 3:10 P M Arrina at Gallatin-.- 1:55 P M Ifaihville and Chattanooga Railroad. Leaves Nashville at "39-6. ?J Arrives at Chattanooga 5:30 P M J. cares Chattanooga G.-00 A M Arrires at Nashville P M Leaves Nashvillo .- &30 V M Arrives 'nt Chattanooga... 3:40 A M Leaves Chattanooga &45 P M Arrivej at Nashville & A M KaiTtville and Decatur Jlailroad. Iluntsville and Larklnsvillo Mail Leaves Nashville ...... ifcgo A M Arrives at Decatur ft(B P M Leaves Decatur .. 6:S) A M Arrives at Nashville- 2.-00 p M Iluntsville, Memphis, Mobile, and New Orleans . . Express Leaves Nashville. .. i-Stt P M Arrives at De...

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 April 1866

GROCERIES, &c. CINCINNATI 0ARD3. CINCINNATI CARDS. LOUISVILLE CARDS. LOUISVILLE CARDS. GPtGOEEJES, LIQUORS &c GHOCERIES, LIQUORS ko. DRY GOODS Xea4iny Matter on Each Page. BfNAxrrr KOTAterx casus rnoar Insanity is as old as literature, and how much older we know not. A recent t rencli writer has devotod a book to demonstrate that tho demon of Socratca was nothing else than a state of ccslacy and intermittent in sanity, which camcovcr the philosopher now and then, and seemed to him an esoteric monitor and piidc. Some of the earliest theologians of the Christian church, as well as a majority of the hierarchs thereof, have been charged with insanity. George Ilex, Jacob Behmcn, Immanuel Swcdenborg, John Snnyan, Ann Lee, and other founders of sects and pietists, too nnmcrous to men tion, had clearly developed traces c4 insani ty. Even the rugged Luther,?whcn he threw his inkstand at the devil, must have had at least pasting lunacy upon him. Among philosophers, Kant is the most em...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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