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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 8 April 1866

F. O. DtnVJflNGTOjr A c. Ei) irons A' PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communications, containing interest- ng or Important ntw, solicited from any Quartcrij News letters irom we various counues oi m .cute especially desired. . I All communications should bo addressed to the " Editors of the Umox akd Avkmcax." huxpay. Arm i. R, ison. Heading Matter on Each Page, . STJ2VDA.Y JllSJDIIVG. EASTER EGGS. BT THE LATE OAr-TAW TZ JAVE8 o'OnJFX. U. 8. A Trinltv hells with their hollow lungs And their vihrant lips and their Urates tongues. OTer the roof, of tb city pour Tlieir Easter inulic with joyous roar. Till the soaring notes to the sun are rolled. As he swine alone in his path of gold. "Dearest papa," my boy to me. As he merrily climbs on his mother's knee, " Why are theso egres that you sec me hold, Colored so finely with blue and cold? And what is the wonderful bird that lays Sueh beautiful eggs upon Easter days T" Tenderly shine the April skies. Like laughter and tears in my child's blue eyes, ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 8 April 1866

by f. c. mmrnoToir & co. Term: In.ily, 8M.00j Weekly, 83.O0, Reading 2Iallcr on Each Tunc. ITEJ13 OF GENEItAX JTEW5. General Stcedman. of Ohio, it U understood, it to make a special trip throujh the South, to re MMn 4 Km Ainriitinn nf tllft people. The Home Committee on Forcitn Aflairt on Thursday acrecd to report a joint resolution to send anaTalfleettotnelunlns; irronnai, to pro n.f ii,. riirlit of American Cihenncn. and at tbi ,-.,. nrnpnra thencacc. The resolution ! I .j.Mnriiin tho views of Secretary Sew ord. Itii also charged that Iarce numbers or ii t . r Fenians havo tone mcro in mo cuiso 01 inner men, for the purpose. It U intimated, of bringing on a collision. The GoTCrnmcnt ij determined not to bo complicated in the matter. Th. Vil'itnrv Commission which hat been! session at Fortrest Monroo tince February 2, of ... " I 11 !.-.. ...... ...( wnlcn uenerai jiayi-wm jraiutm. ni jv, day, under order, discharged ; all charges whieh had not been tried being withdrawn. Thit w...

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

t 4 -f.7 V i V SCNBAT, APRItt 8, I860. Jlcadlnn Matter on JSacIt- Tagc. THE CITY. AKKIVAIa AX1 iEiAnxuitn OF nin TKAINS. LouitvilU and A'atheilic Jtmlroad. Loaves Nashville at 7:45 A M f ,, " .. feS) P M Arrives ai Louisville fcflO P M ' ... &09 A M Leaves Louisville at WO A. 11 " . 7:00 P M Arrive at Nahville .......... y , Gallalin Aero. imoJution. LeavceOallsfln.. Arrives at Nahviile ......... Leave) Nashville Arrives at Gallatin . 4:15 P .M &38AM . 0Q A M S: A M 3:18 P M 4i5 P M - iXathrillt and O&attanooga Railrvnd. Irfave Nahvflle at A M P M A M P M P M A M P M A JI Arrives at Chattanoocn... 50 leaves Chattanoora Arrives at Nashville - Leaves Nashville... -Arrlv.es at CbutUmooca-. Leaves Chattanooca Arrives at Nashville- 4:W .aw . 8: . (i: JTaihviUe and Dcratur liailroad. JlunUvillo and Larkinsvillo Mail- Leaves Nashville .. Arrives at Decatur Leaves Decatur-...-.-... Arrives at Nashville- .... 9:.V) A M .. fcOS P M 6:3) A M 2. 00 P M Huntsville, Memphis. Mobile, a...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 8 April 1866

tnian mil &wman. Heading Matter on Each Page. IMPORTANT POmi CAI. 3IOVE3I ENTN " EQUAL KIGItTN roit AM." THE WOMEN IX THE FIELD, From tho New York Herald. Tlio eleventh National Woman's Eights Convention will be held in tho city of New lorK, at tho Wiurcli ol tue 1'untan, Unio.i square, on Thursday, May 10th, at ten o clock. Addresses tvill bo delivered by persons to uc iicrcaitcr announced. Those who tell us tho republican idea is a failure do not see the deen trulf between our broad theory and partial legislation; do not eee mat our uovcrnraent for the last centu ry has been but tho repetition of the old ex periments of class and cte. Hence tho failure is not in the principle, but in the lacK ol virtue on our part to apply it. The question now is, have we the wisdom and conscience, from the present upheaving!) 01 onr political svBtcm, to reconstruct a cov' eminent on tho one endirring basis that has never yet been tried equal rights to all. From the proposed class of legislati...

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. — 10 April 1866

, . ""Os6r-Si- F. C. DCWXEVGXON & CO., EDITORS i PROPRIETORS. THE NAJiUYILLE DAILT sTXION AND . A3IEKICAN. ft jj j f Office, Uxiox ito Ast-uoi-t Block, comer Church and Cherry sti, opposito tho Post- Odco Dallv $UO0 Tri-Weekly- , V. ... Tl Weekly 00 Proport'mato rates far shorter reriodi. Snb?riVtion invariably in advance. . Volentary communications, containing Intcrcst . up or important ntws, solicited from any quarter. ' New letters from the various counties of the fttato especially dtwircJ. All communications should bo addressed to tho VOLUME xxxni. NASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1S66. NO. 107, " lMitorsof UieUsiox jisn An-mctx." DAILY NT ON AN D AMERICAN. ilnt an and mevtenn. TUIXDAY, Ariai. I, J SCO. XuVtest rtmnicjx sews. Austria and Prussia-Tho Threatened Rupturo Between the German Powers Active Military MeverewiU in Prusnia-Paxony Arming. flleilin (March 21) Corrc;pondeneo of tho Lon don Time. As has bocn frequently hinted in the course of flits correspondence,...

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 April 1866

-aw V BY F. C. DTrjOHTGTOlf & CO. Tcrni: Pally, 814.00; TVecUly, 83.00. TUESDAY, Ai'KII. 10. J SCO. ITEJLS or GENERAL KE1VN. -General Mat, Rab-vui, of Va.. bad a very r-cri ri' u dlGroll) a fw das a?", which cawo utjr being fatel. with one of the frwdmm mlii-ein jdny Ho had occasion to reprimand him for tl MothfaKhinnnCrin which' lio did 'his work; tut frcedmsu 'threw lifnifctf on "his' dignity, and douhtod tho capacity of the General to judge of hi; werk, and. with oaths and insolence, his con dact was such that tho General callod upon hie father, who if quite an aged man, ts go to for his pi'tol. Tho General fired ono barrel, thinking to frighten him, hut the negro advanced with an up lifted hue; the second barrel did not explode. The negro etruek the General, which disabled his left arm: Ho then fired tho second timo without effect. Tho negro gavo him another blow whioh disabled tho other arm. A hand-to-hand en counter then ensued, and but for tho interfer ence of a necro man...

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 April 1866

Tuesday, Ai'im. 10, iscn. Jieadinr) Matter on Each J'agc. THE CITY! AnniVAT. AM) nr.PAKTimn or the TltAIXS. -otiiTiWe emd tfmivitJr Ilrtilrond. Ura Nash illc at : 1 ' A ?! K) 1 M Arrival at Lottisville 1 Lsss'vos li.villoat W A M ............. .. T:OJ 1 M . Arrive, at 2fAvlo j " ' ............ 5JS9 A .11 Wwtiarlstin-.-- A M Arrive mtf Noihvlllp -r Se A M LwNnthvtlle ' Arrtrw at Gallatin - 4& P M XniiviHe a nd ClntHa nmta llallrond. . LaaTaa VjviJiv5ItRt.. S' A M Arrivcj'ntCliatlonottfio.-. IiMrw Chattnnooca Arrives nt Nashville Leve Nashville Arrives nt Chaltanoosra. LtMive ChattaBooe Arrive atNashville &) P .M 00 A M 4:J 1' M & 1" M 3:t) A M 8:45 V M frt A M XatltvUlt ami Decntw Iluilread. HunUville and Larkinjville Mail Lewes Nashville - ......... ... 9:50 A SI Arrive t Decatur (MS P M Leaves Deontur. . r,:'j) A M Arrive at Nashville- W 1 M JludtswlUe, Memphis, Mobile, and New Orleans Nashville- &30 V M Arrives at Deeutnr . 4:W A M Lav Deeatur ... . ...... 8:00 1 M...

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 April 1866

IT---- VJB Virion and Smwitfatt. MODITICAXTOX OP THE TEST OATH. In giving the special message of the Prcs ident'to Congress, covering communications from the Secretary of the Treasury and Postmaster General, the latter was omitted in our issue of Sunday morning. "Wo now present the following synopsis of it, an em bodying the reasons for a modification of the test oath, and the policy and wishes of the President on the subject : The Postmaster General, in liis communi cation, says: As a means of restoring the business interests of the Southern States, and of aiding in tho rc-cstablislimcnt of their constitutional relations with the Govern mcnt,'itwas deemed important by the Pres ident that the mails fihould be introduced and the postofiiccg be re-opened in thoso Slates as rapidly as possible ; to which end the energies of tho Department were prompt ly andhavo been continuously directed. Va rious causes have contributed to the failure in accomplishing all that was Tiopcd for; but that...

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 April 1866

F. C. IU-IXGTOX & CO., EDITORS PROPRIETORS. if jjfolcntary communications, contalninglntcrcst ng or important ntws, solicited from any quarter. News lottcra from tho various counties of the ! ' Stato especially desired. All communication should lie addressed to tho "tEditor of tho Umos and Amk.tc-.v." Uum and rnman. Wednesday. AIMtlE 11. IMSB. TUE IIAXHKUIT IHI.L. From tho National Intelligcncer.l Tho New York World, and other papers that favor a uniform HYgtem of bankruptcy, .ire mistaken in supposing that the bill which was lately rejected by the House will ,not bo revived and passed. It is no party -.-measure, and was mipportcd and opposed alike by Republicans and Democrats. The Jtepublicans who voted njion, the bill were equally divided upon it 53 to 53. . The bill was lost on account of the al fcncc of fifty-one members from their scats when tho vote was" taken. Ill a full House it would liave passed by a decided majority, as it may yet do, before the close of the bcs lion....

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 11 April 1866

BY F. C. DUlfNINGTON & CO. Terwit-Dnllr, 814.00; Weekly, 83.00. WEDNESDAY, AIMtir. 11, iscn. items or general sews. The origin of the disastrous t tontnboat con(la crattan at Pi. Louis levee, Saturday, lias been traced to ooal oil. which, it it thought, lias been tho causoof trio lato two or Ihrro extensive steamboat neeident in tho WosL It is re ported tho cook of tho Knada, on which boat tho firo causht, was lighting tho Cro In tho cook-house, to make it barn moro rapidly; ho undertook to pour romo oil out of a lamp on tho fire, when it ignited and burst, running all over tho floor, which kindled the fire that resulted in the Iom or $500,000. The Board of Under writers havo under advisement tho prohibition of tho nso of coal oil on steamers altogether. A mass meeting will bo held in Covington to night, to organize a Builders' Association for the purpoio of erecting cheap tenement houses. Colonel Moehy, during his visit to Baltimore. Maryland, last week, was formally waited on ...

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 April 1866

WEDNESDAY, APIUX II, 1SC0. ft 1 If '. . J. I - THE OTTY. 1- arkivat; axi heparture or the TRAINS. i j .Lonuvtllf and Kailvillr Railroad. Leaves 'Nashville at A M " .. test) P M Arrive. n Louisville . C:(W J' M :,m A M thjo a m 7KM P M 4:15 1 SI fcSJ A M Leave Louisville at Arrive at Nnhville 1 1 ' OnKotin. cevmmnlfttion. Leave Oalltiii- Arrive t Nashville Leaves Nahvillo i. i-.....-Arrive tvGallaun GsH) A SI MX) A SI ..S-AiW 1' SI JjS 0' 1' SI Jfathfille and Chattanoogt Bailroad. Loaves Nashville at WW A M Arrives nt Chattanoopi.., .... 1 f! Leaves Ch'attanooca --- A M Arrives at Nashville 00 1 S Leaves Nashville &30 V SI Arrives at Chattanooga 3:10 A. SI Leave Chattanooga 8:1 1 M Arrives at Nashville C:4S A SI A'aihville and Decatur.llailroad. Huntsville inJ Larkinsvillo Mail Leaves Nashville .. ........ S-fl A Sr Arrives at Deeatur-. . . &G6 J SI Leaves Decatur ..........-... &20 A SI Arrives at Nashville. 20 I SI Huntsville, Memphis Mobile, and New Orleans , .. Expres...

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 April 1866

THE TEAR OF PE.1CE. Okarron Cold, and nurecd boughs! Your taps bcfin to flow; ,f And all thewootU aglow." ' I hear tho cuckoo from tbo hill. The meadow rings unco taanK 1 4 .Arnl from a million home of Joy A million anllicuu eoar. ' For (ho new year of Peace is coin u. And liko all bcnodictionjwcct. ADC aoavuaa iuwtv uuiuiu Tho Southland fend itn tincinj birds . t-r . 1 . r lnlt im .Tho Northland breathes its tilvcr.brcnth 'Xbroucn every oranso crovc; O, 'fairer than all field before, t-l r.i I. iz . ' xud uvius nn uvmo mis Sirin.l 0, richer shall the h. .Test bo Than war could crcr brine. 0. children of tho year of Peace, Rejoice! tho air in sweet: 0, apod patriarch!, rejoice! Wo aro rcecnerato. - A million sainted heroes now ! Ml iBcnd to us from abore, 1 And from a myriad hearts ariso Sons of celestial lovo. 0, barren ficldii. and regsed bo ughsl Your sap shall livelier flow. Tour buds shall blnsh with heavenly dyos And wear a holier glow. 1 Maech. 16(M. AST INTERVIEW WITH THE SP...

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. — 12 April 1866

tnese.vh -s F. C. DUXNEVGTON fc CO., 7 THE NASHVILLE DAILY EflOS ASf- AMEXICAN. . typ CSet, Uxtox .iso AaiBICAX Block, corner Church and Cherry sti .. opposite the Post Office rows r Dally $14 EDITORS k PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communication, containing Intercst- nr or important news, solicited from any quarter. News letters from the various counties of the Tri-Weckly-Weekly .State especially iletired. All communications should he addressed to the Editors of the Ukiok akd Amkricas." 50) VOLUME XXXIIL NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1S66. NO. 109. Proportionate rates for shorter periods. Subscriptions Invariably in advance. AND AMERICAN, UNION hWiffix and wmau. TIIUItSDAV. APRIL 12. 1SOO. THE horrors OF WAIt A NiMtdculiiff Picture oftlio ItattlcUoM ufSlilluti. We give below extracts from a tatter writ ten ly Col. John P. Pnvoitto the Memphis Argus, after an examination of the battle field of Shiloli. In doing so we may state that a tnajority of all the Confederates engaged on...

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. — 12 April 1866

ranari-nram Sslffifif. ai2sK BY F. C. DUlfNINGTON & CO. Dally, 814 1 Trl-Wcckly, 87; Werkly.83. TIICRSOAY, Al'MI, 12, IfcOC. ITKMS Or CJEXKRAI. XEWS. Tho Mexican Time, of March 10, mentions tho arrival at that rort of quite, n iiunibeKof emi grants from tbo United State. Most of than aro settling in the colony Cordova. During tho month of February the emigrants numbered 712, of whom 540 were Americans. The following in translated from thonowtpa pcr La Sombm, published in the city of Mexico1 "According to the official dispatches which have been published during tbo last seven months, from June to December of 1SGI, dating from the arrival of Maximilian, there took place 122 en casements between the French and Mexicans, of more or less importance, in which there were 1,300 wounded and 5,277 killed. In tho year 18C5, the nnmber of engagement! reached 322, nearly one battle per day. The number of wounded was 1.279 and killed 4,674. These figures together give 8.951 killed and 2,000 w...

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. — 12 April 1866

TIITJstSDAY, APRIL 12, 1B0C THE CITY. ARRIVAL AXIS DEPARTURE Or TIIK TRAINS. LoHiTtjJr and J'athcillr Jtailroad, Leaves Nosbvlllo at . 7i A SI . CrM P M fcflfl 1' JI SKfl A M 7:00 A M - 7:00 P M - : 1" it 5:39 A M . fcW A M 0:00 A M . 4:40 P M 0)60 P M Arrives at Louisville Leave Louisville nt Arrive! at Nahville firittalin Leave (nlntin Arrivet at Nashville Loaves Nashville- Arrives at Gallatin .- ,t pr im ii in nt in ti. Xmlrilir and CTnttanoopa Railroad. Leaves Nashville at 7:30 A M Arrive at Chattanoosa 5:30 P M Leaves Ghattanoora . .. 0:00 A M Arrives at Nashville 4:00 P M Leaves Nashville 5:30 P M Arrives at Chattanoora 3:40 A M Leaves CimitanonKa - o:w r m Arrives at Nashvillc - C:4fi A Jl Jfathvitle and Decatur Jlaitroad. Huntiville and Larkinsvillc Mail Leaves Na'hvillo J:,ri0 A M Arrives at Decatur 0:0.1 P M Leaver Deeatur........ 6:3) A M Arrive? at Nashville. 00 P M Huntsvillc, Memphi", Mobile. aul New 'Orleans Express Leaves Nashville-. SCSI) P M Arrives at Decatur... 4...

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. — 12 April 1866

COXrEXISATIOX. The loTclr tiolct smiles more saintly iwcct After the rain: More told 'a shines, after the lummcr'l heat, Tho waring train. And purer f till, from out the furnace tloom. Cometh tho told; And brithter to the wanderer gleams his homo Through the storin and cold. How fair to watch tho white ship seek the strand, That left ns once in tears: How thrilling is the clasping of a hand After long years. How dearly prized tho lovo that stays to light Our lonely way. While others falso ones faded as the night Before the day. And sweeter yet ore kisses, when from lips Not pressed for years; And closer far the clasping of an arm After long gncf and tears. So, looking backward o'er the weary road Our feet hare prcst. An hundred times more loTely seems at last Eternal rest. FIRES AS A PREVENTIVE OF CHOLERA. Light jour fires, says the Journal of Com mate, as ;i preventive of the dreaded Asiat ic cholera. The apparent tendency of fev M8j whether epidemic or contagious, pre vailing amon...

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 April 1866

F. C. DUXXI5TGTOZT & CO., EDITORS PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communications, containing interest nllrltwl from any quarter. Vam 1nf from tl,o various counties of the State especially des ircd. All communications should be addressed to " Editors of the Umos asd Americas." the anil American. FRIDAY, APItlL. 13. IhOO. Kxr"rmtr.sT j rvri fi e"i the i.e- flAI. l'KOCEEIIXS IS THE CASE. From the Memphis Avalanche of Tuesday wo take the following account of the pro ceedings had in the case of General Tor rent for killing the negro Tom. Edwards: On Sunday, the county magistrate, the General having given himself up, being of opinion that the killing was justifiable, bound him over in the sum of five hundred dollars for his appearance at the Circuit Court of Coahoma county, Judge Yerger, which met on vesterday at Friar's Point. On Tuesday fast, Cap'tain Collis, of the Frcedmen'g Bureau, at Vicksburg, arrived at the nccne with orders to investigate the affair. After n mort patient and laborous ...

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 April 1866

ttwmx mut gunman, BY F. C. D1J1J2JTNGT0N & CO. nnilT.SH Trl.WecUljr.87i Weekly, S3. ntinAY, apiui. is, isog. ITEMS Or CKNEItAI. SEWS. The PreTost Marsha! General has completed a statement, from the muster roll;, of all the deaths in battle from wounds and from disease in every regiment and company of every loyal State, from the commencement to the clote of tho war. From it, it appears that 250,739 officers and men havo lost their lives in tbo service. Of this num ber 6.221 commissioned officers and ttV!SG enlisted men have been killed in notion or died of wounds, while 2,33 commissioned officers, and 1S2.329 en listed men havo died of disease, or in few cases from accident. Tho Bankrupt bill was reconsidered in the Honsc, on Tuesday, aud aeain defeated by the cleso vote of TO to 73. Mr. Conklin immediately introduced a new bill di fieri nj from tbo old one in tome important particulars. Tho vote was so close that it is hardly safe to speculate as to the fate of this new measure,...

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 April 1866

ritIIAV, AFKIX 13, JS60.: THE CITY. ariuvai axi nnuitninc of tiih TIIAIM. LnuinWr nnd Xathville Railroad. Leaves Nashville nt A M GM I JI Arrives at Louisville V M WW A M Leave Louisville at 00 A M 70 P M Arrives at NaAvllle P J' ' . SA9 A JI Gattali Attnmmaiatinn. Leave Gallatin 60 A M Arrive. at Nashville-. 4 SsOO A M Leaves NashviHe 4t0 P M Arrives at OaHatiii 0 P M Xflifile and ClinllnHuiign Railroad. Leaves Kaihville at 7 A M Arrives at Chattanooga ) P M Leaves Chnttanejtjja ftOO A M Arrives at Nashville- 4:00 P M Leaves Nashville - S-JW P -M Arrives at Chattanooita 3:40 A A! Leaves Chattanooga 8:45 1 M Arrives at Nashville 0:4 A M Xathville und Dce&iur Railroad. Iluntsville and Larkinsville Mail Leaves Nashville A M Arrives at Decatur &0i P M Leaves Decatur. : 6:3) A M Arrives nt Nashville 20 P M Iluntsville, Memphis. Mobile, and New Orleans Express . Leaves Nashville - : P M Arrives at Decatur- . i-in A M Leaves Ueealur ... Arrives at Nashvllle- . WW P M . 4:35 A M Le...

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 April 1866

mx ami SwmMn. CINCINNATI CARDS. CINCINNATI CARDS. LOUISVILLE CARDS. LOUISVILLE CARDS. GROCERIES, LIQUORS &c. GROCERIES, LIQUORS &c THE FKCKDMEX'S C'EEEIIRATIOX OF AI'KIL T1IIKU IX IlICII JIOXI. The Richmond correspondent of the New York Timet furnishes the following descrip tion of a. vcryuniue affair: The programme of the celebration vras a Sarade throqgh Uie principal stcccts and ad rcsscs from the "monument" in the Capitol Park. The procession was formed away up town on Brtad ttrcct, and as it passed down through the business aveuues of the city, at tracted considerable attention. FalstafFa ragged battalion, or the grotcsquo dresses of a Oal masque, couia not navc.lurnislied more outre costumes than were to bo lounu in the line. First came a stalwart body of sixty men, mounted on fat and lean horses, with sabres drawn, regalia fluttering in the breeze, and rosettes bespangling their breasts. They were followed by a colored band, whose great dclightseemed to be in playing ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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