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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 27 January 1876

:.l VrH'. Verifies 1' 1 - r ?r-. i .v- V... .... t . .- TO VOL VII. GREE.NEVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1876. N0.46 I 1111 -V I II 1101 1 I ' CONGRESSIONAL , r i i "SntlTE. . Washing-tow, Jan. 24, 1876. Petitions for the Texas Pacific Road were presented. ,." ' On motiou of Morton, ..certain paper purporting to be . the cre dentials of Mr. Eustea, as Senator from Louisiana, was referred to the Committee on Privileges and Election! . I : ,., The Davis Treasury investlga tion resolutions were resumed. The resolution was ho amende that the investigation will be made by the Finance Committee of the Senate, instead of a special com mittee and adopted by 28 to 22. Booth, of California, voted with the Democrats in the minority. A bill removing the disabilities ' of George G. Hawkins of Florida. Passed. , '.: The bill creating the liquor commission was discussed. ' H0C3E. Several finance bills were intro duced. One proposes funding legal tenders by, forty year four per cent, bond...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 27 January 1876

1 I ', ;.-v n au I. i.., .u. v. mi Union and American. Tlmrsdaf. Jannsry jJJlh, ls76. t mil AND Gi'AH3S tobacco.- akmoiitim;, ktiiip. FI.MCi A.D FIAL Flti:iAUA. no rou mitui;r. .01 .0 In assorting Uo Bright Yellow "ri!''r4o!,:150-uals,,it w all perfectly bright, which is seldom thecsfieit is'-best to:make five clusseH, long bright,' short bright. j long dark, short dark ami lugs, t It aliould be stripped and tied Tip 'in neat bundles with smooth heads , U.i j and not over cirht ' leaves to an v cu -..', Dqnme, and got Into soil and plbnt order and packed straight, in tierces that will weigh COO or 700 lb;- The common kind of tobacco should bo assorted into 'T "'ree-classes long leal,' short leaf fM; should, likewise, bo All tied .up iuto neat ( and 6inall .bundled,' never exceeding eMit leavesto the bundle always 'sc E lecting a neat tie leaf that , the , heads may bo smooth and nicely .Atll .tied up; it should then be hung Ki w up in the barn so thin as to come , . sV. to a regular...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 27 January 1876

M A, yMxr a i&kn bas rii'incH hU ye ?wgbC sittiu;? around ia bar room I ClbJiu fat. work. i U )' L Pitor. Tice so arranges his weath er" that Missouri escapes all tie whirlwinds and gets all the baling breezes. --.-,BaltimoTe gires free Concerts to the poor, The musld the poor like to bear U from a knife fiddling Jw oo a lottf of bread, A piqua girl who. bad a quar rel with a lover Vemafked to a fnend Ih'at ."she wasn't on squeez ing' terrhs with' that fraud any more.' tie ana cane nas sent many a f atroug man to his grave," says-' Hall's Journal. Slugt and buck shot have done the game thing, and nianyf have been missed." Wisconsin wolves hunt around y , and travel, ahout until' they find a man who parts his hair in the micl , die, .and then that man suddenly "' disappears and no, creditor can get truce of him. If your wife says anything about preen wood, your reply should be: .. W list f J 00 years ago, to-day, a young'republic struggled into life," and so on. ...If .you are wc...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 27 January 1876

1.00 1 ill postsgs pr P,(1 bJ publishers. ADfEBIsmO UATE8. ( ' Srt(ni.jControU ml wilt Locl A trtlrt snd Advertising Agents. Local ok Rcammo Nonets 10 eents t line firs Insertion ; 8 wnU second Inscr. Uoo- 6 centsthird insertion j 6 cents fourth ad sueceedlng'lnsertlofls for ill month ', wis time, ' ' 6 Incbss or less space, per inch,. . . .1 00 IS - ' more Uian , " ... 1i 18 " " " 18. " .... 61 W - "18, " fiO )' .''' T Weeks, t lnchss or less space per loch,....(l BO II " " morethan 6, " ..... 1 85 11 Si M .. jj i. ' " 18, " . . 1 00 j f .78 One A.iith, ' ! ' ' A inches or lest space, pgr inch,. , . ,l 85 It " more than 6, " .... 1 75 18 12. " ... 1 25 w .i 18 t x oo Thee Month. . Easiness Card 3 8f Inches c less apace, per inch,. . . .2 60 II " more thane, " ....2 00 18 It, " ....1 75 n - " " " 18, " , ....1 60 Six Noniiii Business Card 6 00 6 Inches or less space, per inch,, . . .4 00 It " morethan 8. " ...8 60 It " " " " 12. " ....8 oo II " - 18. " 60 On Yes Business Cards $lo o...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 27 January 1876

LOCAL, STATE AND GENERAL ' . WASHINGTON. Ba1lel Trtaka to Prevent Ezpc ar.ThNw Vork World.-Tha Blo4y thirt. Feronal. Th Tklr TerM.W.rk f the I1m. s Wasbisotox, D. G, ) Jao. 25, 1876. f Special Correspondence Union and Am erican. J The Democratic members of tbe House are -fully redeeming all their promises made in the cam paign. The committees are stead ily at work preparing such meas ures as it is thcAight will best sub Bfrve the interests ot all the peo ple of the country. Speaker Kerr's selection of Mr. Morrison as chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means was severely criticised, but his conduct has been tbe best rindication of the Speaker' judgment His resolu tion requiring all Investigations to go to the regular committees ren ders it certain that whenever an pttempt is , made to pry into the tUrk places, where Radical steal ing schemes have been hidden, that the investigation will be thorough and complete. Much trepidation is displayed at the de partments, and every effort i...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 27 January 1876

JfeiQiUudlmericaiL. Tlinrwlaj. January 27tbt 1S76. t .tub a l vm AJfn 0 hA v, jlm o fs tu n When the mad passione of the war that ongljt to have been over a decade ago are ought to ha again aroused by lilaiue a fie i ''"'l1 Republican leader who, Qaunt the ' Ilr MUK'ibiary hue, in the Kationul ' -JJiHtU Vf'ltwpfoa.outiTti, k is good lima to publUb thin: "() mother, Hiat do they tucan by blue? And what du they mean by gray?" Van heard from the lip of a little child, A the bounded In from play. , The)noUir'i ej'cs filled up with tears: ' Sbje tarpfj to her darling fair, , And smoothed away 'from the nowybrow It treasure of golden hair. "W by mother' eye are blue, my weet, And grandpa' hair 1 Cray, And the love we bear our darling child l . . - .1 . I "Xiat what did they mean V persisted the I 'child ; . K ?"For. I saw to crinp'es to-day, " And une of them said he fought for the blue; The other one, be fought for the gray. "Now, he of the blue lost a leg, The other had but one arm, And...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 27 January 1876

,(t 1 1 ' 1 CtAMCES AT FASIIIO; Among noticeable novelties in flrei.H nutenala receive! th week from Europe are beaded Hex icanes, which were taken ', froui a pattern of thobe mannfictured one hundred years ago; also a Hum- s ber of t new, ganzeu. The gauze centennial ia a decided novelty, and will, no doubt, become very popular. Another kind is gauze de tacony, which ia very pretty ither in plain, spotted or striped ; a ganze de tusson, which will be i ,:'?D to drape and fold equally ""as'graceful at crape de chine. It is manufactured in the south of China, and has the fineness of texture and softness of color which the productions of those ingen ious people are noted for. A varie . ty of, gauze Mexicane plaits are in ! i ', All the new colors, blush rose, sil ver gray, cardinal red, and roar roon, considering that they pos- . 'seas more silk than is generally to be found in gauze. They are very inexpensive. Marked reduction? are made in . furs. The lady of slender means need no lo...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 27 January 1876

.. II -I . ... i ..!' I I.' J i " H ,.n 1 if J Union aad American. Tliorsdify. Jnnai77lh, lSlCf ' RAlLH6At1 Tltfk T A nils. " Mail Tarn, So. l.Wcur: Arrive... j A. ll, .. . i . Jeparts ,..7:S.. m J MailTai, No. a,4: t r .'ApfivM .fi.,.vf.-.f..',...Y.av.. V 8 JvPTarU...-'..'-. !... A ASI.f. M. Argues. .lifclS, p.m. Depart i:14,r. m f masociv Tai, e. 4, Esht: Arrives r.',.K .',. A. ....... S:5a.m Uep'arta.....'. ....6:57, a. m FaEfonT Tai, ilu. fl, Vet : Arrives ; 1 1: 1 A. A. m Departs 12:'JI, a. m , v Farjtjut Tan, No. 6, Efci: - r Arrives.'. ......... ..' 8:58, p. m Departs 8;ft9. p. m ,T0W2T AND C0UNTE7. , , And tli cry is utill, bad roaek " 3GG dajs in ibis year aid 52 bondajg. . . ' - ' Still ifoom ftr one more is the county jail. . ! . Public debate at Taseulum Friday night -SencT D8 the news from your fn'ghborhood, friends. -A new saloon has been opened At rvacbez-Under the-llilL Fearfully dull, these times, with , a promise of growing duller. . Jake Kector will soon open s fa...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 3 February 1876

(... -i- ...... 4: v ..!: Mi' iii. lit, i: J!' ; . r I - i ' , , . .... .... VOL VII. GREENEVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1876. .I .Tk. - ' : ' WASHINGTON". ; ' Ce$reaa RetrturhmenWInftt) ( Tx-Uallroard Lauds F male fturjraeP rtl drntlalUen llutler. Special Correspondence Union and Amer lean. Washington, D. C, . Jan'y 29th, 1876. The last week has been one of great importance to the democratic party. Its chosen representatives in Congress have proven that they intend to redeem the pledges made to the . people in the canvass, that all unnecessary expenses should be reduced. The consular and di plomatic, and the West Point Acad emy appropriation "bills have been reported. In these two small bills the committee have made a 6aving of over one million of dollars, showing that when the larger bills are reached at least twenty millions can be saved to the people. HOWLING. . The radicals are howling like the spirits of the damned over the nt tempts of Randall nnd his associ ntes, ...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 3 February 1876

Union a.id American. L Thin!?. Ftbniary 8rd, 1878. YiJLH AND QaAHGE. SJOKftK MIOES. 1 wm reading torn time ago, in your paper; an article on the use of calka on bona shoes. For a umWf of ry'earaT have beenac ustotaed to driving' and working horses, both ou the farm and the road, and I Iiatc uerer seen any ljfttelt from talks only in times of ict. , A horse does not, ns all good drivers know, pull with the heel of the shoe, but with the toe; then why the use of beel calks! The nail Irtads are sufficient to keep Jiim front slipping, going down hill, aqd wbca they arc worn off, the ahoea should be re-set. The best ahoe I ever used was the common smooth ahoe, beveled on the scat ing no calks and put on with as few nails as the work admits of, j and fitted to the foot, and not the foot to it. Kinty-nine out cf every hundred of the so-called smiths are no more fit to shoe a horse than man ' who never saw a shoe put on. Whenever a smith makes a ahoe a half inch or more too small, nails it ...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 3 February 1876

38 W: and sum IIOW BILL M!ti.nOHfDfc 0TO JnEBM.V DOG GOT.BLOWKDIP, Bill Simmonds liaJ a little brown and wbit bencb-legged dog winch be thought a great deal of. In fact Bill desired "Trigger" to gallop at hn beds everywhere, and asTrtg' if&s an illnatured dog, be would anap anybody .00 the, shin if te thought they were becoming too familiar. At a political roeeUng in which Bill was chairman, 'Trlg" was sitting cloac by, and as the speaker was expanding on bis sub ject, be stepped back for a gesture and trod on M Trig's" tail, the lat ter resented the Injury by snatch ing the political aspirant on the shin; for this be was-kicked off the stage and as he ran out the ioor ana uown the streets yelrng, all the dogs in town pitched on him and a Trig emerged from the fight he was but little more than a con fused mass of blood, dog hair and dirt .But he got well and was more' lllsba pen and spiteful than ever. He would still follow Bill to church. J list as sure as the second bell rang,...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 3 February 1876

r Ona COPT. itn Tnf, . - ' i fu I. W . . -.no AH pAAg pre rH 7 puWUUer. mv --J- f j ' 1 ...nfMnm md with Ad-i T.rtU.r. and Adverti-iu A.-enti. Local o RAmo '"Tic incent Ha finiHnertloii;t8 cent second luwr-fcua- 6 cents thirdinsertion ; I cents fourih nd ie oeendlof 1rtt 'r moitl.s lis ti if . ; : t i J i Incheftor less space, per Inch f'O jj - mora than fi, " ... 78 it " 12. " .... 6i f .J Two Week. A inb or lent. Mince pur inch, ...fl 5 11 " " more than .... J it 14. " .... 1 0( M il5 'One JTIoulh, ft srhei or lot Mnif , p -t inch $2 2. It more ll.HU .... J 75 f 1Z. .... I a I .IK i l . 1 IW The Flontli. Jri'sSvpVn-ei,:::.?? Hf 10'ouo 10 them ft,,?"e !n,r- It " more ilian K, ..2 0't ft f 18, " Blx Montha, Banlnr'tCardii. S inches or li'Hjipiir? pur inch ....1 oo ' " 11 " more viimi o. n " " " 18. 3 5 " ....2 6U One Year, !tnlnw: CnnU '..(In oo 9 inelns or lean pRoe, per inch,. .-. .T oo t " " more thnn tf, " o IS " ' ia, ., J o Si " " " " 18," - ; . . 4 o y Uenkt R. Jinowx in autb...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 3 February 1876

LOCAL' TATKANUUPWPALi; - , - - A , if I T use UL UM N u Tj:s: tH T llofa CietfiM F.Hibaro ra.luic C'lreuniktaace ou Ac count Afllteiu. -The CadtUhlp, '- -Piibllr EuterlaluiiiriK, visited bv lue measles in un epi demic form. Tho disease has oc currcMl mnf,cacl.N) ptmrngtbc students from the fact thatlfiey come in contact wit& each other oftener thau the periniitent hihab' itants. Mr. Cyrus bmitli (cousin to JdBhyhn(rtlie,'Ke"v;' Doi;k Neal, hAf TifiTt VteTrr 'Wngtrstrne with this messenger of death, but are now comparatively well. One of the gentlemen named above wa,s uLicked wh,i(.st calling wpon a hit face grow warm and was at a loss to pvi-Wfr fr t t-NfoiK to.;" lis uisiliplndd detf conjound- ing the "bounie lassie" ejacu lated: ' ") ' 1 ' " "Oh! Mr. , what act so un l)rop(;r liR)f( ttpjw(ttec-tJmt'ou should blush bS intensely?'' After a'suitable'plainatibn hadl been given thy scene chan:edand act the second in th'v great drama of courtship obtained. It was in augurated by : ,...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 3 February 1876

Uniun, aid AinericarL TbBPwInj, T brfliry 8rd, 1878. THE Jil-HAtS 07 A NIGHT. fbf trfct acliool In thr village of Hollyihorn' wi taught bv Miss Eva Stanley.who "boarded around" among the icliolars, and was con sidered the paraxon of teachers. The last reek previous to the holiday vacation she. had been boarding with a Mrs. CarjH'Dter. who was making gigantic prepara tions for guests she expected form New York. "Voi never met' my brothers, .Ev," .'idle ; said. 'Tliere'a Sara, anfl 0eorgi, and Johnny, the youngest; and such times as they hare when they get out here &ul rusticate, as they call it! f Hut, dear tne. I don't get much rest or i peace, fur tlicy, are like a lot of boys let out of achoo!.' V Tlie lust time they visUed me together, John and Sara actually cut a pane of glass from the win. dow, and pelted George from my bet r.0,n w,t" finw! rTu, Bee, there U always a rejru lar 8trift: for that particular room, for the bed i a spring one, and they say they don't sleep on any...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 3 February 1876

LADISySIPASTIISlTT; POWr.il OF PLAIN WBJIKI, Among women 01 cxmuhi ranit who have been vantins in Jnt, are Jftriret, of Bweden? Matilda,' EmpwH f Germany; ami CbriiT tiana, of Sweden. ; Fnlm, wife of Antoony, liml few porannal c bnnn; nor b id Terontdv, wife of Uicero, ii one raaj trim io me m i- jority of biKtoriansl but most of thee hare found .6ome admirer amon;; bioraijbera. Neither Anne of Geres oor Catharine of Arajron ' I Ml m i i i were goon looKinp, auu xor awuue they swayed the ficklo heart of, their blae beard hnbHnd. Queen Annie was a dowdy,' jp-acelofiH woman in. her lett days. Ciom weirs wife- was Ypbiin. When Qncen Annie of Boheiu t name to England , ah a bride there wan a pattunt at Chenpnide of ti cattle with two towern, from both sidea of which ran fountains .of winn; and we are told that the benutiful girls who' blew gold leaf in the faces Af the king and queen mused the pliiin bride to look plainer; yet she - marie ber way in the' good gracea'of the k'ng and peop...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 3 February 1876

.: aad American'' Tnortdfly. February Srd, 1876. JJii .BOID 77JUf TABLE j An4'0 . i ?. ( . ' . .. a. m. rjmrt. ?.Y....... .VT. .. Ttia.-A.-H. MailTmw, 'o. , Et: t Arrival . 'j trt J.r..-!. till, p.m. PAtukxaiBTtiiK, S. t, Vitt: ' Arrivn W8, r. u. D.rU , IO-.U, p.. pAsieft Tarn, No. 4, Eaht: Arrive . Mr.rin ,''. j. 6.16. . M. I)f part . '.. . .7. . . . . 6:t7, A. M. Famear Tiaix, No. 6, Win : Arrives, ..f....... ..... 11:16, a. m. Departs. k ... 12:81, a. m. Fbkioht f amNo. 6. Eaat : V Arrives. .. .. .. Jl:68, p. M. Paparta,.. 8:69. P. M. 70TO jlud countst: --Ground-hog day yesterday! llueh and 'milk socials are the latest raff H Knoxville js to bare' a street railroad. ' ."Duilt , like a maskeeter,' is the' latest '.- 1 ,, J See adrer isement of the sale bf the Williams estate." ''' ""' v .Cart Dukes has opened a sing ing Bchool at Fall Brauch. ( . ' Noone need go abroad for a change of climate uow a-days. ''Who ,' compose the County Democratic Executive Committee T One month of the...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 10 February 1876

ft ' , r. mm i J i t t ! 'in VOL VII. GREENEVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARIO, 1876. : 'NO. 48. 4. . 1 " . . . 101 tiff A. A A ML. . Stills fV XV SV s V ' . . '.. CONGRESSIONAL. , i.t.i SENATE. fYr ri ' Washington, Feb. i. J ' Twenty-one petitione from work ingroen and others for subsidy A the lexas racinc Road, were pre sented, Clayton called up the repeal of the restrictions of land sales but . Frelinghuysen said Bruce, who was sicls wished to examine the bill.' It went over. A personal explanation by Sar gent 6lowed that the counsel for . the members of the Board of Public Works defend their transactions in issuing district bonds. . The Committee on Patents re ported favorably on the bill to ex tend the patent for shaping the heels of boots and shoes. Hamilton introduced a bill giv ing the court of claims jurisdiction to hear and determine the claims of lawful owners or their legal repre sentatives, of cotton seized after the 30lh of June, 1865, by agents or officers of the G...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 10 February 1876

CP"", Union and American. Taindij, F.broirj Otki 1876. THE UYSTIEI0U3 PHOTO-' ' ' Q2APH. : IT OBACJC THOEJITOX. 1 VWhy will you not go ;itb mc Bto4bOK9 -Alfred? asked im ,,Aruu:t$ lerbert of lier J .,lroUir, in an injured tone. "It onlv two; hours' car ride to n TTioni(onf Station,' and they will 'jtoeet lis there with' the carriage; ;'J jin'ti w'e a're'iure to have a delight ful tin?e,V . . : ; ciw vYou are more sanguine than :'"'T teplied her brother, incredu llJ lously." 4,I hare spent week lit a , country-placebefore, and been in - ulTerably;, bored myself, besides tiring my' hostess heartily with my '-own' stupidity."- , '-'''"."Oh', but 'i "assure ' jbu tho il Westons are not in the least like--i- ly to be dull, and Ethel really ia J" the 'dearest girl!- Now, 'Alfred, Just eee ber, that's all1 1 ask: ' You pr'etende'd you had to go to New j, jTork, when. she stopped here Inst n -'irinter, only i because you ' have Bu6h,an absurd' prejudice against vWtex.':-'. '; ; ' , '"': ii....

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 10 February 1876

lj- " ,n int., i ' lljM..i.)-,i'(rIM.. It ia tbeuoiverfal.TerJictJLa. country oyer that American girl J uress in ueiier msiu iuo wtnicr: "wutj- uj vrtnui ; uou a lew iDin tban ever before. I nten; pour over toast, and one ha wwn I Sevmal women have benn.recis-. tered in some of tbeiowSiB of Chili na at tho tliO'Appfo'aChinVelettfons: Mr. IU i. WAiar a native" IJJin" doo Christian laily;'1 Ms lioeti pointed by tMajiariqnh-'IIojljiv.as SuTiii), the young princo. onng princo. nnthoritiei nt .that'dty to"Miy: that she "bed bin out of employment a month and1 bordurouaJ." LlpirtMiAnV-iiffin Khft was fnfrnilnrriil oh wearing "a Btarttfflt-RWCDglM600. ta.x one the jtiiptdBHiod Ih'.LVahy'sriuden noiee would caso him to r jump ihto'BgJ UiS( BttkUe anS; fad hurtiy,' An Albany minister Raid in a re-J cent sermon 3W-tiH W th feiiH 1enrv of the rtresent Asbiona.iin: , reference o ""f" . loved Bister'fi wre1 tnnny of them 'ro i.. i n,..i u wailf, mnch hvTrrrtn. "There' seem a to be a tremendouslni...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 10 February 1876

CMffSH5H5 i lj. Union aad American. Tlnry;rbrti7 10th, 1878. nn r cmcrifti)!!. P7, Jf $100 lfmnthi. 1.00 " ,x thrv M 'AH ptc prjld-yipubllhr. tricut cootracte mad with Local A4 ' Trtier aad Advertising Agent. Lc'al a Runaa'xtoTicis 10 cenU a 111 first lrt.io;'8 eat aecoad inter- lUia: I cent third insertion ; 6 cent fourth aad aacceedlng Insertion! far lis monthi r UM Uin. Wek, V. Itches or leu spaea; per Inch,. .. .$1 00 II " mora tbaa 8, " ... 70 II If t u in if .7 " " " li, " .... io 'fwatlTeeka, I lachai or leit tpaca per loch,. ...ft 10 - " tnor than 6, M .... 1 SI 1, u - ...ijo .. t J 00 , M " 11, .... 71 , '" anutb, lneheierlesjpee, per inch,.... $1 IB II " ttorelhao o, " .... 1 II II M " - 11. " .... 1 26 ej - is, .... 1 00 Mia Jtlaatha. Bnslnesa CWda i '' ' I tnehei ,4 leaa apace, per inch,. . . .1 10 , , 11 " more than I, " ....I 00 II -". - 11, " ....1 76 ii : m - u li. w ,...i 60 "tlx Kfantha, , 'tudneiiCardt '. $6 00 . 'l"iachei of leva apace, per inch,. . . .4 00 ; ill...

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