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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 14 April 1866

-. v "BV mm dm P. C. DUXXINGTOX A CO., EDITORS i PROPRIETORS. DAILY UNION AND AMERICAN. THE XASKVXIAi: BAII.T tTNIOX AND AXEKICAN. Office, Uxiox xst AmaiCAX Block, corner Church and Cherry its., opposito the Post Office TES1I3: Dally. $H Voluntary communications, containing Interest- nt or important news, tolicited from any quarter. News letters from tht various counties of the State especially desired. AH communication! should be addressed to the ' Editors of the Usiov m Amcricxs." in- it eesuy. Weekly C3 VOLUME XXXIII. NASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1866. NO. 111. Proportionate rates for shorter periods. Subscriptions Invariably in advance. satitkikit. Aiuni. 1 1, isoxj. ILVIUCVUS-KAIUCAMSM. For the Union and American. In former years, and fer a lone time before the commencement of the late bloody and ruinous war in this country, there wero Radicals in the Northern States, and also In thcEouthcm States in Massachusetts and South Carolina equally fanatical. These in Mass...

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. — 14 April 1866

jTy F. c. DinnnsGTON & CO. jMiih9llTrUVeUly, 87 1 Weekly, KtC natckbay, apjkx 1 1, isoir rrcxs or on.VEu.ii. xews. Alexander II. Stephens testified before the Rcconttructton Committee Tuesday morning, lie expressed the opionion that there is a central ac qniesccnee among the Soathern pesplo in the idea of a perpetual Union, but they will never agree to give equal political rights to negroes. Tho Committee on Ways and Means havo not yet agreed on the frocli'tof tbo new Revenue Tax bill. Buth branches of the Wisconsin Legislature bare passed resolutions requesting; Senator Doo little to resign. Captain R. B. Winder, who has been confined at Richmond for several months, was released Tuesday, by orders from Washington. Secretary Stanton is on a visit to Ohio. It is reported that a proclamation of amnesty is to be issued by the President in a few days. The President has not yet appointed a Col lector for New York. The New York Gnrrci"or Washington special says Sir Frederick Bruce pro...

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. — 14 April 1866

Sllttifltt mxtl fkmxitm. NATCRDAY, APRIL 1J, IRCC. THE CITY. AKKIVAI. AXD nrPAKTCTtE OF the TKAXXS. LmtimilU and A'ailvillr Ilailroad. Lcavcj.Naihville at 7;ir A M . . r,aa v m Arrives at Louisville 6:00 1' M 5K A M Loaves Louisville at 7:00 A M - . 7:00 V M Arrives at Na'hvillc A.AS P M " 529 A M , Gallatin. Accommodation. Leaves Gallatin . &50 A M Arrives At Nashville- ftOO A M Leaves Nashville - A-.AO P M Arrives at Osllatin GW P M Jfttunville and Chattanonpa Jlailrod. Leaves Nachville at 7A0 A M Arrives at Chattanooga b-X) P M Leaves Chattanooga ...... CdjO A At Arrives atNashville AM) P M Loivcs Nashville 630 P M Arrives at Chattanooga- 8:10 A M Leaves Chattanooga 8:45 V M Arrives at Nashville. G: A M Xathville and Decatur J!ailrod. Iluntsvilla and Larkinsville Mail Leaves Nashville .... UK) A XI Arrives at Decatur. 6:05 P M Leaves Decatur........ 6:20 A At Arrives at Nashville- . - 2:00 P M II untsvllle, Memphis, Mobile, and New Orleans Express Leaves Nashville..- &30 ...

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. — 14 April 1866

i fete Linton and glmijcnu. THE TWIN BROTHERS. A STonV OP THE SEIOE OF TORT IIUDSON It is Baid(tbatjfact is stranger than fiction How truelhis is,1is exemplified in the follow- inc true story of two brothers, twins, which occurred during the memorable siege of port Hudson. Pawing one day through the streets of that little town, wo noticed twp corpse lying upon the gallery of the carpen ter's shop, awaiting their turn for the boxes J? " " . 1 . 1 j'i! f rr- uigmnca wiui me uiic 01 couins, 10 consign theni to their last resting place. They were bodies of tall stature, strong and well built, betokening the hardy backwoodsmen of the South wet t. Orer the lace of each wan thrown a cloth, through which the blood was oozing, showing that they had received their death wounds throueh the head. It was no uncommon sight during the 6iegc to see death in every form, from the body pierced by the single bullet to the one shattered to atoms by the cannon ball or fearful mortal shell, let there was ...

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. — 15 April 1866

I ihx SAmn i.u8 , AiiT exiexf ai AJCEKICAN. " " 0Sf i U.-noxt-itS AiiBip fckfcornerj V" Churca. and C-erry its-,' opposite tie Post' OGce EDITORS 4 PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communication!!, containing Interest bi or important ntwii, solicited from any quarter. News letter from the various counties of the State especially desired. All communication! should be addressed to the 7X2X3: .ft.'5 aily.- Tri-Weekly- NASHYILLE, TENNESSEE SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 1866. lyeeuy- too VOLUME XXXIII. NO. 112. Proportlonato rates for shorter periods. . , Subscriptions Invariably in advance. DAILY lxtw and gimmnnt. NI1.VDAV. AI'KII. IS. 1SOO. have mi: any :oxstitutioxai. juixius in tennessee. For the Union and American. I propose to submit to the consideration of your readers, and especially those of them, who belong to the legal profession, a few thoughts on the present condition of the judicial system of our State. I am induced to do so, because the question is frequently propounded: Have we constitutional ...

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. — 15 April 1866

BY F. C. DUmniffGTON & CO. Dally, TrI-WccfcIj-,87; Weekly, 93. SUXBAT. APRIL IS, 1800. OCR TRI.WEEKCT. For tlic special accommodation of that largo class of readers who, not satisfied with a weekly paper, and yet, on account of the mails, arc denied the pleasure of taking a daily we have commenced thcpublication of a Tri-W'cckly edition of the Uxion ami Ajtericak. It contains substantially all that appears in our Daily editions, and is by far the cheapest paper now published in Tennessee, Price $7. MOSES AND AARON. In one of his speeches in this city during the war, after the Emancipation proclama tion, and after it had become apparent to the North and the South and the rest of man kind, that the success of the Union cause was the death-knell to African slavery, Xsvscw Johnson said, substantially, to the negroes, that humble and unworthy an he might be, if no better should be found, he would indeed be their Moses, and lead them through the Bed Sea of war and bond age to a fairer...

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. — 15 April 1866

l SPXBAY, APRIL 13, 1I86B. ARRIVAL AXD DEPARTDRC OF TK ti TRAINS. Louuviltr and Xatlvillf Railroad. Leavns Nashville at : A M o:i i in . fcOO P M 00 A M 7:00 A M . 7:00 P M Arrive at Lonltville. Leaves Louisville at i Arrives at Kashv'ille rf- . 4:45 P W s-sa A v Gallatin Accommodation. Loaves Gallatin- feSO A M Arrir at Nashville- 1 A M ,4..-r.srt:40. P M ..j..h.;-.-.. 6s60 P II Leaves Nashville Arrives at Gallatin A'athtilU and Chuttanoooa Railroad. Leaves Jfachvillo at ....-......... 7:S0 A M Arrive at Uhattanooira - o-ju. T ..... rh.it.nnnn &00 A M Arrive atNashvilic- Leaves Nathvillo Arrives at Chattanooga Leave Chattanoora-. .. Arrives at Nashville- 40 P M fc30 P M 3:40 A M 6:45 P M tr.41 A il fiathville and Decatur ItaVrond. Huntsville and Larkinsvllle Mail Leaves Nashville , M0 A M Arrives at Decatur 6:05 P .M Leaves Docatur 6:3) A M Arrives at Nashville 2:00 P 31 IlunLtville, Memphis, Mobile, and New OrlearS? Express ' LeavVs Nahvillc . &S0 P M Arrives at Decatur.-....

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. — 15 April 1866

BEADING. "IJUFT 3IE HIGHER." -,BT 0E0. C BCBOESS (iBXKB OSYILLE.) Aibcantiful'idrl of thirteen summers was slowly dying; and casting her eyes to cards the ceiling of lbs room, in which (he wm lying, said Lift me higher I" She was propped up in bed by her pa rents,! when she again raid "Ao; not that, Jmt hertt" again casting her eyes heavenward, whither her ronl roon fled. What a beautiful idea of dy ing "LUl me higher." " Tift mo lusher 1" raid a dyins cirL Her kindred drew near hor, sichins; "To that bricht and better world My soul will toon bo flying 1" ' Lift mo higher 1 in yon shining phcrcs I see that heavenly portal ; How serene and lovely it appears There I'll live, for aye. immortal 1" "Lill mo hishcr 1 amid those happy scenes There never is sorrow or tears ; There no rude thoughts and passions intervene To arouse anew more grief and fears." On silv'ry wings her soul immortal, Calm as a summer's sun at e'en Was borne through that ever shining portal. To dwell forever in heav...

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. — 17 April 1866

DAILY AND AMERICAN. Uthx;sasiKVii.i.e aixt rai x; axd AXEXICAX. 0k e,-Uinoir akv Ajtmicix Block; corner Church and Cherry it-?-, opposite the Post Office txbks: Daily , $14 Voluntary communication!, containing Interest nr tr Important newt, s olicited from any quarter. Newi letter from the various counties of the State especially desired. All communications should bo addressed to the " Editors of the Usios axd Axkeicas." Tri-Weekly... Weekly no VOLUME XXXIII. NASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1S66. NO. 113. Proportionate rates for shorter period. Subscriptions invariably in advance. F. C. DUJraUfGTON A CO., EDITORS A PROPRIETORS. UNION TUESDAY. APRIL 17, ISGC. THE BUEEAU COURTS. THEY are TRESPASSERS UPON the Knurrs or Tin: people. Important Decision hy Judge Trltrtr. On "Wednesday last a case was presented to Judge Trigg, at Memphis, against the Superintendent of the Freed men's Bureau, Gen. RuKKLl praying an injunction sus pending the execution of a judgment ren dered by Gen...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 17 April 1866

BY F. C. DUiramfGTOlf & CO. Inlly, 814; Trl-Wcelily, 47 j Weekly, 83. T(JKSDAT, APKII. 17, ISOC. ITEMS OF GENERAL S'EWS. Toe JlETnoDiir Oekebil CosriEiKcr.. Nkw Oelunh, April H. A report was submitted to the General Conference to-day, railing for the dec tion of six new Bishops. The Committeo on Chances reeoramond tho abrogation of the proba tion system of tho Church, making membership dependent upon tho profowion of faith; also that clasi-riii-ctinc no lonscr bo regarded as a test of membership, butonly as npririleco; also, tho es tablishment of a Monthly Church Meeting;, where tho interests of the Church will pais under review The Ccmmittee on Colored People recommend the establishment of day schools for the instruction of colored children. The Conference adopted the lujccjtion, and Trill orcanizo at once such a. plan for the education of colored people; also, that colored conferences, districts and sta tions bo organized, and colore! preachers La ordained and appointed to suc...

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. — 17 April 1866

TUESDAY, APRIL 17. 1S00. ,.. sXItE CITY. , i M e , M . James K. NlirMon Is tbo rrgularly nuth'or ,ltcd ngent of.'thii paper for the county o'f Maiiry. LmU3r. WilllnrnH Is the duly authorized agent for tha, Union" ikt AMHBiais in the, county ef fiycr. ItlnnUs, lllnuks. Law Clank, of all kinds, printed and for pale at this office. Orders from Clerks of Courts and others will bo fillexl on tlio most reasonable terms. Job Printing:. Having thoroughly refitted ourcxtenlve Hook and Job l'rlntlng Office.jvc arc propafcd io execute tiny work in this line of our business that may be offered. Particular at tention Trill be paid to .Mercantile, Railroad and Steamboat .Printing. Wc respectfully solicit a share of pnblic patronage. Satisfaction guaran teed. ' SovtiiKbk llcNcyoLEXT Association. The tab leau at tlio New Tlieatre, on Saturday night last, under tbo auspice of the ladies of the Southern Benevolent Association, was one of tlio grandest and most brilliant entertainments of the season; ...

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. — 17 April 1866

POETRY. This noyMiltoniq bnf fama '"hard lliandwl.worthyl ron "of toil peciiig?tj may YaCe licail apiin : ' ' THE POOR MAN'S JEWELS. BT MES. CEKISOX. My home it is a poorooc To all who put it by; They cannot fee iti beauty. And nriUicr, faith, can I -That if, in liaintor timber, Jn doorway or in roof JI nt that it ljas its bonutioo I'll quickly give yo proof. Comohither, younc onts, hither. Your father's slept are near That's 11cm witli hair no yellow. That' Sue with eyes to clear; That's Will with tawny trowcrs Tucked in bii etockinc lcn And yonder two wco darlincJ Arc bonny Jean and Mere. ' A cluster of fair jcwcli, Pivo in tho rnnred set; If nny man has brishter, I have to learn it yet. And, Tom, when I am swinging These arms with weary f train. Their blcMcd faces chccrmc. And make me stronc aeain. I fometimcs sit and wonder "What will their future be," If they must delve and fatter A treadmill round like me; And scarcely, at the year's end. Hare half a rroat to spare And see bod...

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. — 18 April 1866

m THE KASEmMX rn C. DHYXIXGTOX A EDITORS Jt PROPRIETORS. CO., i I r DAILY - -1 AMERICAN AMERICAX. ; ;$)fj.--Ofiee, Uniox asd Avkmcax Block, corner Church and Cherry opposite tho Post, OSes g0 Voluntary -ommunlcations, containing interest- nans: Daily ng or important news, solicited from any quarter. iNews letters from the Tarious counties or the' State especially desired. . ' i All communications should be addressed to the " Editors of UieTfKiov axi Avkricak. Tri-Weekly. Weeily 300 NASHYILLE, , TENNESSEE; WEDNESDAY, APRIL IS, 1866. NO. 114. VOLUME XXXIII. Proportionato rates for shorter periods. Subscriptions invariably in adtancc. -. , UNION hUnrn it nil SUwfaan. Wi:iliSIAY, AI'KII, 18, 1800. THE TEMI'EUAXCE lUErTIOX IX COM2KESM. The Senate on "Wednesday, as our dis patches have stated, paused a resolution, with only two dissenting voices, prohibiting the sale of liquors in the Capitol. The same resolution was the next day adopted by the Howe. The following is lr. Mc Dougall's spee...

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. — 18 April 1866

Hi ESS 77 1Y F. C DtHNHTNGTOK' & CO. DnllTt Trl-WecWr. 87; Wcckl r. 83. WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 18, 1800. ITEXS OF GEXEKAI. NEWS. Methodist Ocvecil Contckesce. New Or Liuxst, Aprillti. A letter was read in the Gen' oral Conference to-day from tho Rev. Peter Molding of tho Texas German Missions. lie ic tailed their sufferings and tcmptatiots. Tho Northern Church endeavored to beguile them in to their connection, but they refused to tell them' selves for cold. They had been with tho Southern Church in her prosperity, and now they would not forsako her in her poverty. They ask for tho publication of a religious German paper. A voto of thanks was given Ir. K. W. Sehon. of Louisville, for services as Missionary Secretary. Tho constitution of tho Missionary Society was adopted. It divides tho work and has two sepcrato board, ono foreign and the other domestic. It created considerable discussion. A telegram was received this morning announcing the eztrcmo illness of Bishop Soule and tho ex.-...

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. — 18 April 1866

1 WEDNESDAY, APRIL IS, 1S0C. mrrn i t m xt J. XI. .Hi Kj 1 X 1 . AKItlYAT. A XI) nr.I'ARTIJKE Or THE TKAIX.H. Lauinille and Nativille Jfaiiroad. Leaves Nashtflleat A M 0:30 V M Arrives nt Louisville..... . (WW 1 M MX) A M 7:00 A M 7:00 1 M 4:15 P M Mil A f Leaves Louisville at Arrives at Nashville-- Oalhli AeeiHmtlnii -a. Leaves Gallatin M0 A M Arrivus t Nashville SjOO A XI Learn Nashville."-.. 440 1 XI Arrives at Gallatin- Git) V XI Nnhvilte find Cltittiinotgtx Ilailrond. Iioavoi Nashville at .. 7:S0 A XI Arrives nt Chattanooga........... 5i30 1' XI Leaves Chattanooga .. 6:00 A XI Arrives at Nashville 40 P XI Leaven Nashville &30 1 XI, Arrives at Chattanooga . 3:40 A XI leaves Chattanooga.. . . 8:45 P XI Arrives ntNaihvilic (fctt A XI Nailvllle nnd Decatur Railroad. Ilnntjville anil Larkinsvillo XIail Leaves Nashville &M A XI Arrive at Decatur G.-0G I XI Leave Decatur ................... 0:15) A XI Arrives at Nashville. -. 2:00 P XI Huntsvillc, Xlemiihif, Mobile, and New Or...

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. — 18 April 1866

w : r a VISIT TO THE CHIEF URAimiTf ORIENTAL CUSTOMS IX JIODEUN PAYS. The Ixndon Morning Pod publishes, a curious account of a state visit paid to the Chief Brahmin at Poona, on the 8th day of August by Sir B. Frcre, Governor of Bora liay. The writer nays : "The whole party proceeded on foot to the residence of Talia Maharaj. The walk was .neither a 6hort nor an agreeable one, and it was soma minutes before the gate of the Chief Brahmin's residence was reached. Here, at a small door opening into a court yard, wc were met by the important individ ual whom the Governor was about to honor with a visit. He was a little old man, ap. parcntly about eighty years of age, and extremely infirm, lie subsequently inform ed us he was bnt sixty-five. The Governor then presented each member of his suite by name to the Chief Brahmin, who shook hands with all. The joko of this part of the ceremony was, that after the old man had welcomed tbo Governor, and had all his suite presented by his Excellenc...

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. — 19 April 1866

F. O. IUNXTXTON cV CO., EDITORS A PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communications, containing interest nc or imiertant news, solicited from any quarter. New' letters from the various counties of the Hate especially desired. All communications should be addressed to the " Kditors of the Usios xvo Avkbicajj." TIIIJIKD.VY, Ai-r.ir. 1!, 1SGC. IltOM TEXA.S. The following letter from tlic lion. Ja. K. Ilanck tells a fearful talc of Indian depre dations upon the apparently holploH people of Texas: IlErnnsnNTATivE ILkll, Austin, March 10, 1800. In compliance with your request 1 listen to lay before you nuch "information in regard to depredations bv Indians uon our Northwestern frontier a has come within my personal knowledge during the last few months. I shall confine my remarks to what I know to have occurred within the district which I have the honor to repre sent. About the time of what is known as "the break up" in Texas, the Indian?, Home twenty-five in number, enmc into Mason count, not more th...

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. — 19 April 1866

' IP . l A L A 1 ! 3 by f. c. jummrGTON & co. JUiIly, 8U; TrMVeckly,87; Weekly, $3. Til IlltS I) AY, APIlIti 1, 1SOO. iTKSis f r.xi:i:Ai, xewn. Tlio New Yerk Herald professes to have by the last steamer Jrom Southampton tho following intelligence in regard to Uie Chilian war: On tho the 17th of March an officer of tho Spanish ravy. Mipr-ofed to have been Hear Admiral Ifquierdo, left Southampton, with positiroordors tokombard Valpnrai. and then, withdrawing to .Montevi deo, abandon as fruitless the war against the Al lies. , A Chilean bearer of dispatches left this city on tho 11th !nt, for Aspinwall, bearing this im portant intelligence to the Chilian nsfhoritics. Tho SpanWh de pairing: at thoir inability to con tinuo the war in the Pacific, and chagrined at tho repeated reverse with which their inadequate navy baa met, havo retorted to this treacherous and barbarous way of ending the war which tbey w foolishly boan. Tho bombardment of Val paraiso as a measure of a mere revenge ...

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. — 19 April 1866

Hlwmx ami ,mmau TIIOILSDAT, APKIX 19, 1SOO. TffijE CITY. akhivat, axi iEiAnnjiti: or the TItAIXS. ImtikviVr and A'ulviUe Hailroad, Leaver Nashville at 71 A M P M Arrives, at Louisville ftUU 1 M 5:00 A M "if) A M 7:00 P M 4:4ft 1 AS &S0 A M Leaves LouUvillo at- - " Arrives at Nashville Leaves Gallatin .rrivo at ISasliville Leave Nashville . r J:I0P Al Arrive atOalljUni-r Z...t.t..f.y,fiy;1l M yihrifJe tinlwia'ttiim7gn llailroad. Leaves Nashville at - 7SW A M Arrives at Cballaneea - . &8Q P M Leaves Chattanooga- OaJO A M Arrives atjfathville 400 P AI Leaves Nahfflle . M0 P 51 Arrive at Chattanooga 3:40 A II Leaven Chattanooga 8:4! 1' M Arrives tNahviTle 0: A M Xailivilit and Dicalur IMIrund. lluntsvillc ami Larklrwrillo Mall Leave Nashville ftW) A M Arrive at Deeutar- - fr.fl't P AI Leave Decatur.-. C:20 A AI Arrive at Nashville- 20 1' AI Huntsville, Memphis Aloliile. ami New Orleans Leave Nashville..-,...!! 8:30 1 AI Arrive at I)eoatur........ 4:40 A AI Leave Decatur : 8:10 1...

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. — 19 April 1866

-mini imi i . --. - i- - ., : " oittmnn j. SH Pinion ntt gUuman. TRADES ASD CAM.1XCS. From the New York Citiicn. Or all tho trades thit mm may call Unpleasant and offensive. The Kdittr'i is the worst of all. For ho ii ever pon-siva; Hi lead eis lead to nothing high. Ills columns arc unstable. And though the printers makobim pic. It docs not ruit his table. The Carpenter his course !s plane, II is bit is always near him ; llo auirorj crcry hour of cain, He chisels and nono jeer him ; lie shaves, yet is not close, they say, Tho public pay his board, sir: Full of wise saws, ho bores away. And so swells his hoard, sir. St. Crispin's son tho man of tliDC, Has nwl thinrs at control, sir; Hn waxes wnalthy in his views, Hut ne'er ncrlcct his sole, sir; His is indeed a heeling trade. And when wo come to casting Tho toiT-t.il profits bo has made. Wo find hu ends aro lasting. Tho Tailor, too. circs fits to all. Yet never cets a basting; Ills cabbages, however small, Aro most delicious tasting:...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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