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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 1 December 1866

at. - taaal an a aaM aaaal 4) I HI, 4 1 "'' ' tWMViMll IMiMila mHMU u.1 J" 'MYILLE, TENNESSEE, siTUfi5AY, 'iffiCElilBIlR j, 18.66- j t-u: t-u-; ..... i 11" U H AMm m T k TT"1. "m" TIT 111 m m t li IE mi m V M NI H & A r ( 1 Nfl 91 I 1 f i li 111 I Aim i m mirW sM l- iaaBa- , Arm UIJJLLJ 1 n ISTEWS OF THE DAY., Thecholero has appwin alitWL,regions of WestTirginia, and atTome,. place is resins srtyh unusual fatality. ... . New York has twoaly-fivo or more femes which, carry dally nbout.twp, bnndrfedtand, cig hty, thousand people. ; The Legislature of North Carolina, on tho28.a ' wvl M. E. Manley. United Efatcs Sena tor. He. u Judge of the Supreme qurt under the Southern Confederacy.1 Calhoun Bcnham, formerly United States Dis trict Attorney for California, took the amnesty oath, before the United States Court at nom.- riUelontho 2Slhnit. ' m.n.nt-n rin-r nrffamnanicd by his wife, ar rived at Fortress Monroe on the 23th ulU and shortly allor his arrival he called on J en. i;avi The...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 1 December 1866

i ;; k I PRESBgTBRlANISar. I The Genera? Assembly 'nt Jrcmpbls An Overture: or Colon to ttieCtimber land and Associate Hetbrm Church es Adoption ofit Plan for Extensive Missionary Operation Tbe Kemoval of tbe TU'eoIoglcal Semlnnry from Colnmbla, Houlu Carolina, to Mem phis. NINTH DAY. Tlie General Assembly met at 9 o'clock, and proceeded to business. 4' The- form of government" was taken up and acted upon, until tbe report of. the Standing Committee on Domestic Missions was taken up, when DrvJno. II. Bice offered the following amendment, which was adopted : But if any presbytery should insist upon managing the funds collected within its bounds,, -at well as alL.other parts ofthe work of sustentation, the Assembly will not enjofn upon such presbyteries to send all themoniea to the treasury of the Cen tral Qpinmittee, provided that a collection shall be taken in all its churches for the work committed to the Sustentation ' Coni tnittce; and, also, that the presbytery Bhall report Jo t...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 1 December 1866

OltATIOX BT WENDELL FHILUPS. Ills Objections to ImpnrUal Suffrage Impeachment and Jrteni oval ,of the f President DetnnndetLT ' ' b 5ew York, Not. 24. At a meeting'jof tne Pennsylvania Anti-ulavery Society, in Philadelphia, yesterday. Wendell Phillip delivered an orationjTpf' which the follow-, ing ia an epitome-'- f "There la a greaTcryof impartial suf frage. Fhave two Objections to it. Tfia granting of sbfiragenl to those blacks who read or Who'havefoperty ia dismiss ing the question from bttr political issues. We lose that advantage and at the same time add to the Union political strength of the'Sbu'th only a small per centage of the negroes. If, upon granting impartial suf frage, a Slate Testa rnea her sovereignty,- it would be for South Carolina to say how fast her negro population shall learn to read, shall acquire property or own land. fc If, therefore, theBepuhlican programme is, to content itself with impartial suffrage, it ought to be accompanied by the Federal Government ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 1 December 1866

I ' f 1 I JT"" r m.9 rw w T . . --ww iiti ii. ,i n i yjj' x r rS r-K T-" v : . ' ti PUBLISHED BY. C. XXJISTTI IS GTO N S CO ' Terms or Subscription. , Daily, per year...-....- S-? Daily, per month l.0 Daily, per week...-. .- Tri-Weekly, per year 7.00 Weekly, per .jear -.yx 3.00 Payment Invariably in advance, and the paper discontinued when the time paid b; Voluntary communications, eontal alnlng inter- esting.importantnews.solicited from any quarter Newt letters from the various counties of the State especially desired. SATVnDAY, DECEMBER , 1SCC. Os the insidoi"pageSHof'tliis morning's TTvtnv ivn Dispatpii will ha fnnnd kavb- , g- ltral 'interesting articles Proceedings Proceedtncs'of the Bresbyterian General Assembly at Iemphis, National Finances, the Fenians in Ireland, Oration of Wendell Phillip;, his objections to impartial suEfrage, etc "PENALTIES AND GUARANTEES. . .-iJjCDho New York Tribune construes the .general tenor of the comment of Southern papers upon tho questions of am...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 1 December 1866

A BonxnEBK.iHiLluhlnfir house 1 AD tSl"!rATK XVN 'CAPTBlflJIV. 1 to bo cslabliihedln 2 nubusbitiK house is about fin WOrllaWr ! I mid Murderer, in Custody A Hit of JIIH History A Kt-cor,l otVZerrible Eicixaed Lawbence, who made an at tempt to awasainate Gen. Jackson, in 1836. Btill HrciandlLaBiiimate ofllie Maryland and CoKl-moMedT Ouu-hjt letter to tba iVople of fieiiry Cuun DISK Conn- Attempt UIh Lunatic sylBrar News at the several Magistrate offices 3as ,Bcae, esterdar; Only oora cases were brought up for disposal, and uiej ot no special interest. ly-IIe Uelles thoralto Capture, iitc Ktc- In Thursday inorriininaDer we men tioned the arrest offanindividriaI named Dices, who is charecd with havin2 com- miitedjfoulmiijnj p$iig cofEnlgj some time in the early part of la.t January. We have since learned some additional Vfc were fortunate in, having a .return flAKffWntf.r rfnr!n ifia .n.rnn ,rt .t mnrderir, who is now in confinement in rund. has.already commenced to. disappear. I our c...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 1 December 1866

s IIErMl'IONLnEiNANQBSrr- retnry ofthe Trwanry. Washington-, Nov. 29. The forthcom ing report of the Secretary of the Treasury on national finances, has been completed and printed for distribution to the country on the day of jta pnascntejjqnfto Congress. The views which it will present will not be new, so far as a line of financial policy will be laid down, yet the resume of" facts and figure will how the national financial situation to be in a much more flattering condition than jtthe opening pfillifcjfi'rst session of 'the thirty-ninth. CoqgreS8,.iriat the close of the fiscal year, June 30, 1805. The coming report will show that the fis cal year, ending June 30, was one of great prosperity. The balance of the treasury on that day "stood as followsf Cask on hand .Tune 30, &S.309 15 Cash on hand June 30. '66 130.Gfl9,815 19 Net gain.- S12.0S1.150 04 The geld on hand was not estimated at a oarrenwr'value, or else the balance would have exceeded $150,000,000. The receipts and exp...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 1 December 1866

7? BJJGBFffi6o$&& & CO., sv GOMBIN A T'1'0 NlCHMSYAiES win - ossst m r -it ' ' r !: l snccjcsjtnsro l'-r " .- ,fi FOE ' Wliolesalc 4ind Retail s-.GNTEDMSTAT!ESx: johsb. smith, vicioa Tiixam. mtui c. fciim&rt .1 ' aCX B:B-U:&G JESSES, MM YaUcite 4 laurcnt.;1"11,0'1 December 8, 18G8. t r- n I V Oottonand. ToBaccoactors, ' TOBACOOISS, M. M. OilONOHAN-'S LOTS, i -tr. ' O- rObLECK STRKKT. . , OF ' '.i SMU ' STORAGE:" FORWARDING A27D'' ipOMMISSION 31nrltet Sfreot, w 3fasTiTiIIe. .v.,..;' ' '"T rPHE UNDERSlG?rED HAVING TAKEN r- the above iY arehentG. trill nurehase and' fell Cotton, Tobacco. Bicon, Lard, or any other iroancc. mi uomnmsiog. rianters lavoring iiSj vuth their business ma; rely an getting the bigh cst isarkct price for their Produce. Oar charges wllUWens low as any houso in the city. 'Should onr old friends favor m with orders for Groceries. they may rely on basin? SOds purchased atJlhe ISSSJM market prices. Wo will give onrattentioc ugjEgfUS lorwarded to i...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 1 December 1866

8 N AH-YlULlHgMM sAjmi jWgPiAlTQff; DECEMBER, i 76 . MEXICO. Xa&c&t Concerning U10 Sntnmonu AT fair Dispatch from Gen,Sberldin Official Hews from France Evacua tion or Mexico to be Completed by -Ssut. 15. ty? AsmxGTov, 2fov. 28. Owins to a blunder fh'Geiicral Sheridan's telegram to Jeneral 'Grant it was made to read that I hear that General Sedgwick has crossed "Ibc Eio Grande, with troops," eta, instead of that " I fear he has crossed." On this fact my dispatches last night were based. Ucneral Sheridan's telegram is in fall and correct as follows: " Galveston, Nov. 28. To U. S. Grant: I fear General Sedgwick ha$ crossed from IJrownsriUo to Matam'dras, under the pre text of protecting the property of Ameri can citizens. I shall disavow any such act, 3S.ndirelievc him from his command. n P. H. Shekidan. GEXERAL O OAST'S ORDERS. , General Grant telegraphed to General Ijfheridan t to-day, to relieve General Sedg- -Wtcfcif-lte haU crossed the river in an of--4l?al canity. bdqwjc...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 2 December 1866

jBWitvmt ffvr'f-ni (f f Hiimn m . f me. I WL. XXXIII. : . ' 1 :ta wti-joho arjASHyiLLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1866 fin Amvjiifivi' ' 0? -t NEWS .- rti itt Ann XFi -17- DAY. OF THE During November l.OtS emigrants from Eu rope, arrived at Baltimore, . . - Navigation on the upper Mississippi Is about elose-4 for ibd keaJarii finvwi.i flln. The Government officially disclaims the action of General Sedgwick in occupying Matanioras. A Washington monument, costing SoO.OOp, U talked ofby thfccttite'ni of PlainfieW. tfewJer2 sey. The British regular force within the fortifica tions of Dnblin is estimated, at eighteen! thou sand tnV. ' ' iS ""H ' Thanksgiving day seems to hare been goner ally observed In all the cities and towns through' out the West. LATEST.TELEGRAPHl&NEWSi Utf, w-arerLdi?g nchof in Kefeatof the 4 sunrage upon the freedmeatf this District, this, harbor. It is ascertained that they I the standard of revolL : i j .S'UOJS XEWr YOItK, . Iloboken Bank Fraud Mexican X...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 2 December 1866

NASHVILLE UNiOJSrAND DISPATCH DECEMBER 2, 1866. A MANIFESTO IF RfrJfi RE EL Amnesty and SnfTragHhe Trap n.M of BoajitrnetlODuJf J About to start forborne weektfsqjourn in the West, whence I cannot readily and con stantly confer with the general public, I wish to leave ray contribution to the general mass of stTggestipij'and criticism touching the true biwis of national restoration and concord so plainly net forth that it cannot be misquoted or misapprehended. Thatjl, have Jong held the main found tions.pfa genuine, enduring resettlement of our,, disturbed and upturned national structure. be universal amnesty and im partial suffrage, must be tolerably well Known. It Snl'remains to be Raid that I commend them not as reciprocal concessions' but as common benefit. I trust our great difierences'are to 'be composed and ended by no grudging, higgling compromise no pea-nut dicker. It is essential to the Korthithat the-South should be thoroughly tranquilized and re-assured; it Is essential t...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 2 December 1866

3 si . BABSjm .0 A n "eriuiitiinKtwiu even; Annie would foIISWThe'eo If & mile, down to the clover Ana turn tnera in to browse. Neat little figuroJifAnnie, Handlinr thVhan in.lhe lane. Letting, down STfpo many, J nit in th e?8BnUght'a, wan e. IvWild roeI6osJnJ,bci(le her ' -' Matchjnoqher cheek lovely red ; And the'lcaves trying to hide her, Dance,at fieijganrical tread. Witching curl" peep from her bonnet Peep like bright birds from their nest I And her heart oh. to hare Ton it I f B&aUprUh a gentle pre f .' J Lips may be humming a ditty, lAndifaces mayoshow unconcern ; 't tl But secrets there are what a pity That some are easy to learn. Now, while the robins are nestling, Way does shO'Wait Jn the lane ? Though if while arms need resting. No one, of course, could complain. Lights in the farm hou.e are gleaming, ' 'And bars must be laid la their place ; But. little Annie stands dreaming,! A beautiful blush on her face. It is Into I not that she cares now ; "Ah 1 tnerry eyes,...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 2 December 1866

BED BT . .lEVO. iXU2T1NGTOT fc CO. .""Term or Bubwlptiem, - DaityfVer tyixr- -,Dlri per month-."- .. ........... Dally, per week.. Tri-Weekly, per year Weekly, per yew f 1 4.00 1.40 35 taw Payment Invariably in advance, and the paper. discontinued when the time paid for expire, Voluntafy'mtnunfcnftbri?, containing intcr-esting-ipprtantncws,eolieited from anjquarter New letter frgm the various eonflfes of the State especially aesireu. HUJTDAT, JDECEMBEKU, I860. Ox the inside pages of this day's Union and DisPATCiTwill be found an intcrest- inff n.rtieldTDffardint' the? Fenians in Ire- O C CJ jana tne pian oi me inteniieu rising Waphington Gossip A Manifesto sfrom Horace Greeley Poetry, etc V ' mm w ' " a nrn S' i.ruinbA a a V The proceedings of yesterday in neither branch wereof special importance. tiie srEETish or coxgreks. J Congress meets to-morrow, and we are notified that the President is prepared to deliver the communication upon the state of the nation required by the Constitu...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 2 December 1866

NASHVILLE jMBpy , M P i .-DISPATCH, J3ECEMiBER , 2... 1866. rnsr jdaitist uhurott ihvine ser vice at this Church at 11 A. jr. and 7 r. v, A dig arfcl Snada&SchoolTat ft JS. Shis morning. Rev. E. Pktm lias returned to the citv. and will fill hi pulpit in the Cherry street Jpii uruUugiilay Bv an inadverte.nce the letter of Iter, li. F. Buntiri'' was omitted on vosterdav morning: ' Ui' .to twelve, o 'cloak last night, not a single arretliad'been reported at the po lice htsadduartersV '' I TE.linw in the Polifccourt yesterday morning amounted to two hundred and fifty uuiiaiB. TnE independent detective police have C8UblUhehdr!headquartciaiinroomnum ber nine, oyer the Phcenix Saloon, South deme'5PaDVcSliuir&t4" huckster named Ten-'' EBdiuTuxa, A degasfwaryesteday fined fourteen dollars in the Recorder's Cpntt, for violating the license against buying in market to sejl .again. . PfmsosA.i Sen j Whipple, well known in our city as lh'eoflioient, Chief-of-SCaff to Gen. Thomas, is on a...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 2 December 1866

.;ASHV2ffi&' tT$I ' 866. FENIMISM EJIBELAND. "''Great Excitement In Dublin Plan r ' " the Intended Bislng. Oar cable dispatches show that tIiecon- wiiioa of aSairam Ireland ia very threaten' ing, and the large shipments of troops thither, !aa well as tbo angry tone of the i London papers, betray the alarm felt by 'taeTEnglish people and Government. The following extracts from the correspondence of the New York World, though dating carler Uian he 'reports by telegraph, are (interesting and significant, thoughi perhaps n some respects sensational. A Dublin correspondent writes on the lGth of De .cember:. Whoever niav 1iave doubted the proba- bility of a rising.in Ireland is now satisfied that something partaking of that nature will be attempted. Whether it will prove a. success or a fiasco is not argued. Jt is "tiot'the Fenians now who intimate this nor ' would any person imagine from their ap parent qmctadc that they were even in ex iatence. The Englioh Government itself is alarm...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 2 December 1866

v : V. 7 8 DEMOMiiE" CO. CHANCEEY SALES i. -i A. MAmiffON & CO., Cotton and Tobattcoi,Factors, At PORWATttflNG COMMISSION' . t ... au t -.I Market-Street, -,--- Xashvillc. 'PUB UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN X the shore Warehouse, will nnrchase and sejl Cotton, Tobacco, Bacon, Lard, or any other Products, on Commission. Planters favoring us wun tneir business may relr on getting the high- -..I?arKel ',nce Ior I" eir Produce. Our charges will be as low as any house in the city. Should our old friends faror us with order for Groceries; they mnrtcly on baring' goods purchased at the lowest market prices. We will pro our attention to goods forwarded to us from other cities'." Ship-, pers way rely on having their goods ferwirded j'rjmpuy y me urst train or boat after tbelr sr n.W Our office is on Market street, 'where -the old books of Hcoii JIcCrka A Co. can bo found oy tnose interested. Hoping for a share of public patronage, yre sub- iviiuc 'juircn Rwc f i. ' i t , 1M13 HUGH McCREA Sc C...

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

8 FINANCE AND TRADE. iat W Gold opened in New. York, vesterdar at 1411 Ult'tlinn i.' iAnf. dooed at 141 at 4 p. jr. Brokers ljere were buying small lots at 139140, and 'feoldlag.at 1410142.. , aft : Government securities are as follows : 5-20s Registered Coupons ....... . 3d series Coupons.-..... Sd " Coupons......... few issue -...........,...... lnsaiosv io&iog?? 105105 W" J 7-30's. ...... - .. " Sd and 3d series There is but little doing in uncurrent "money; Bank: of Tennessee'is quiet at 47c buying, the recent demand having entirely ceased. Planters' bank is firm at 82c buy "'ing, and 83c selling. Union bank is firm at 77c buying, and 8082c selling. Southern bank notes areTery dull, and only a few of the best bank3 find ready sale. Nashville eorporatian checks are rather dull at 8c- discount. There are a great many offered for sale. Tennessee bonds sold in New York on the 28th ult. as follows: $35,000 ex-con-pous at 00 J c, and $10,000 new at 69Jc. The Messrs. Satterthwait, ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 4 December 1866

1. ft- -Mj miMmmi W t so ,t wl u sjJ' -.1: 'a "I, I t NASHVILLE . TENKESSER ffUES!HTnmiBHBER"S866. v. 3r1.fr j ; i w.i.ii'.i :ii i1 i. wi. ' ' r :. Al.-A- OTJ TUT 1 1 X T,mTTAT .Ar,lT"rk KM l.'l va-vti v 1 1 ,1-, II, r rvTi r AH- fr ' '( Ti r ' T . ! V .- Vrv.' 1 r. i. ' i ' f ' I )li ' i 1 i ' ! IIHT HOI '? -T . NEWS OF THE A Y. itEbo rvalue' of tho-lumber I mihhfai tire In Maine the present season is estimated at Dear fttpOQ. .... , The Kew Yotk News has a rumor that several -Fentwf sj-riv-ntccM- Jivq-jrccently failed, from Eastern ports. The seni-ational stories pf annexation .meet ings held, or about to bo held, in Canada, are cpntpdicted, 1 iii Milj.Mi!. It is stated that Consroa will, at an early day, appoint a joint committee to investigate the !ew Orleans massacre. A special Washinston4ljpatch aara: The idea tfrimpWhinePreenfKhnTfraaSbul little favor among Congressmen. Delegates from near two hundred clubs are ex pected at the second annual, Convention of the "northwestern B...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 4 December 1866

NASHVILLE UNION AND DISPATCH DECEMBER 4, 1S6G. m 1 , i 7ri? nelatloa otf the Chnrcrili ihSflterpriBe, iheparamount FreImenTrurHiT Connldcewtlon gf the Kubfpcti-rnrsniniotiM AdAtion Resolutions: E3"nretuslve of the Neufte of I he Attftembly A IJberal K.vsitem of Beneficiary Education to be Inausa rated. After the regular opening of the General Awemblvj the "Form of Government" was still further considered. The following gentlemen were znnounced by the Moderator as constituting a porri- . r t.t it. "71 - r : muiee 10 corner wiwi me comniuii'e irom the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, rlt: Eevi. J. O. Stedman,D.ll(..D.;Witb: CttpooB, John "Waddel, D. D., JT. A- Lyon, "D.D., and J. II. Gray. D. D. pn motion L - fy t !):.. I it. r .l.u ui hid no. ut. jiauu, inc. jiauic vl uic Moderator wa added to tlie .committee. , . ..Xhejorde? .of. the day, viz: the further ponsideration of the "Relation of the Church "to the Freedmen," having now arrived, after "Bome discussion as lo a ifurtherpostpon...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 4 December 1866

A Gloomy? Picture. Got. prr; in llis lajcS intssageptOj the Soutluaroliaa Legislature, ftm3 grocps the sufferliftsof hi Deonle: " 4Fa t --i -WA " The toil of the husbandman has brought him a scanty return frajhis fields the grain crop is alarminglytaall the cotton crop, in many portiOhso? th State, will not suffice to furnish thcmeans of supply ing provisions oar popmauon, wniie ana colored, are abanoningtlleir old homes and country, ancLare .emlgratirg to strange places, where they can find bread. With the loss of labor, our farms must dilapi. Attn CltttUnuin nntiltnJ AllIm..1 ries corltmucr empty, and our progress in developing the resources of the State must be arrested. The failure of the earth to make a generous return to the toil of the husbandman causes the goods of the mer chant to rest unsold on the shelves, and keeps the tool of the mechanic idle the learning of the professional man useless. The political condition of the country the intolerance of our conquerors the pro- ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 4 December 1866

?l tt i 0 n jttut gi$f ntx;h DTJNNINGTON & CO Terms of ShlcrlptIon. vzifik&z ... $14.00 1.40 Daily. Dir week uuif," per moniu. Tri-Weekly, per year. 70 3.00 Weekly, per year - Payment inrariably in advance, and the paper discontinued when tbtti Voluntary communications, contatntnc inter estinc important news, solicited from aoyfluirter News letter from the various counties or the State especially desired. TCESDAT, ECE31l5r.K 4, 1S6C. On the inside of this morning's Uxiox and DisPATcn will bo'lfiUnd the Proceed ings of the Presbyterian General Assem bly an interesting letter from Hon. Wa Dennison, opposing impeachment News from. Bast Tennessee Cotton frauds," elc. THE AGGRESSIOXM OF THE KADI f CAtS. MO I The Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati. Gazette says, in' his dispatch of-November 30 .'itAs Congressmen arrive, it is ouite evi dent that they come laden with the indie nation which the people-feel toward Mr. Johnson, and it is also made clear by these indications th...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
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