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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 20 April 1866

f imitiniM nisi mmn am 1 1 jgyjgy. th aMar.n F. C. DHNXIXGTON & CO., DAILY UNION AND AMERICAN AMERICAN. Offlce, UsroV xb AitKtMt fliock, corner Church and. Cherry ts opposite the Post Office EDITORS i PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communications, containing interest- tuxs: ng or important news, solicited from any quarter. Daily Tri-Weekly-.. .!4 News letters from the various counties of tbe State especially desired. Meegty CO All communications should be addressed to tho VOLUME XXXIII. NASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, APEIL 20, 1S66. NO. 116. Proportionate rates for shorter periods. Subscriptions invariably in advance. " Editors of the U.vios and Avr.EtCAX." I m ii anil nm'mut. ritlOAY, AI'KII. 20, 1S0U. The Late Judge Nathan Green. Tribute to Ilk Memory by his Associates and Neighbors Speeches of Stokes, Caruthcrs and other. "A few days ago, we presented the resolu tions of respect and admiration of the life and character of Judge Green, adopted by the Bar of Lebanon, of which he was an ...

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. — 20 April 1866

BY F. C. DUNOTNGTON & CO. Dally, 8M l TrKWceUlj-, 87; Weekly, 83. "rniiiAY, apriIj so, isco. " 1TK31S or GENERAL, XEWS. Tho duath of Her. John Kccblc, formerly Prf Br ftfTooiry at Oxford, and tho well known author of 'Tho Christian Year," ia announced in tho l!n::lWi papers, lie was one of the contribu tors to "Tracts for tho Times" and a leader of the hist cburah party. Ho hold tho position of Viear oT lteneley at tho timo of his death lie w ai abouteventy-f ix yean of agc- rX?c Beauregard lias been elected President I .r t.. . . . .. . l ccw ur leans ana Jaouon uauroaa. "The. "iYInant. one of tho Baltimore mil lionaire contributed $25,000 to the Southern re Kf fair. OleliuJl, tho celebrated violinist, died in Que bec on the 10th inst. He wa born in Norway in 1816, and made several fortunes by concerts in this country find Ihrspo, lint lest them all by enter ing upon various schemes which reflected more credit en hi benevolence than his good' judg-raent-- Oneof tliwe was an itt...

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. — 20 April 1866

FIM DAY, APRIL 20. SS0. THE CITY. AKIUVAI, AXI nr.PAKTCKK Ol' THE TRAINS. Isiuitrillr nnd A'aihriUe llailrvnd. Leaves Nushvillo at ,:i.t A M &30 1' M fctO 1' M s ., Arrive at Louisville it Leave Louisville at Arrives at Nashville ... fcOO A M - 70 A M ... 7:60 P M ... 4:45 1 X MAM 6-fJ A M 0 A JI 4:10 P M S) P M Leaves (Mis tin Arrive at Nashville - Leaves Nahvllle Arrive at llsdlatin-...- JfttMhvWr ttntt Chattttntwi Jlaitrtad. Lir Nashville at - 7:3) A M Arrive) at Chattanooga - MO I' M Leaves Chattanooga - tki0 A M Arrives alNWiville 4.0) P M Leaves Nasllle - - &80 1' M Arrives at Chattanooga 3:40 A M Leaves Chattanoofa b:4S 1 M Arrivee at Nashville ir.ir- A XI Ail'VV 'iml Dmttur JinHrotid. Huntsvillo ami Larkinstille Mall Nashville !:.V) A XI Arrive at Deentur fcOS 1' XI Leaves U cue t u r ... 0:'J) A XI Arrives at Nashville. 20 1' XI HunUville, Memphis, Mobile, ami New Orleans Express Leaves Nashville . &30 P XI Arrives at Dwatur - 4:10 A XI Leaves Deentur.- - S:H 1 ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 20 April 1866

UNDERTAKER. CINCINNATI CARDS. CINCINNATI CARDS. LOUISVILLE- CARDS. LOUISVILLE CARDS. GROCERIES, LIQUORS &c GROCERIES, LIQUORS1 &c. GROCERIES, &c. AX ADDRESS TOTIUJPKESIDEXT BY A TEXXESSEAX. J)r; J-tBrFjincnBON, our fellow-citizen, is on a brief visit at "Washington. Wo under stand lie lias met a cordial reception nt the Executive mansion, and was favored with 6CTcral interviews by the President In one of these -ho delivered the following address, which we copy from the Xalumal Republican: Mu. President: The diversities of hu man nature arc very great; but they arc natural, ana consequently can never be an nihilated. Wo have in individual experi ence and associated progress to recognize the dawn of day as one condition that inspires our effort, while with its close we naturally relinquish in another. Thus we have to look about us and sec that all has its place; everv development having its Fpecific pro perties. 'Tis thus in nature we have a spring-time and a harvest ; and...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 21 April 1866

DAILY UN AMERICAN. tite SA.sinrnxK daixt urnoN asto A5IKKICAN'. Office, Ustox xxv Axtstcix Block, corner Church and Cherry stl., oppcuito the Post Office txsxs: Dally $11 Voluntary communications, containing interest ng or impertant ntwt, tolicltod from any quarter. News letters from the various counties of tlio ?talc especial bjdeircd. All communications should bo addressed to the " Editors of tlio Uxrox akd Avkuicax." Tri-Weekly.-Weclcly VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1S66. NO. 117. Proportionate rates for shorter periods. Subscriptions Invariably in advance. F. C. WUTVIIVGTOiV V CO., EDITORS. Sc PROPRIETORS. TON AND itnion ami Uucrian. N.tTUKllAY, Al'ltll, 21, ISCO. tiii: civil. iticiiTs mi.i. ix the mi:.himiis courrrs. A few day ago we announced" that a num ber of caws had been presented against cer tain negroes, in the Criminal Court of Mem phis, in which (their 'counsel pleaded the late act of Congress known as the Civil Right Kill. Kelow we give the ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 21 April 1866

3Y F. C. DUinrafGTON & CO. Daily, 8M; Trl-Vochly,g7; Weekly, 83. KATCRIIAY, Al'Itll. 21. 1SGC. ITEMS or Gr.XEItAX. NEWS. A few days before the death of Daniel S. Diek Eon, the l'rr?'idcnt tendered him tlic New York Ccllcrtorship. -Senator Sumner has prepared a resolution to expel Senator WrPongal, for improper conduct anJ language in the Senate chamber. The opposition of Senator Morgan to the con firmation of Mr. Smytho as Ncw York Port Col lector giro countenanco to the. intimation that his voto ncainH tho veto of the Civil RisbU hill was caused by res cntmest to the President for not appointing his friend Dcpcw. Gen. Jefferson C. Davis has been maiirned to thecommand of the Department of Kentucky, vice Gen Palmer. Nnw Orleans, April 19. The Conference has rpent two days on tho cafe of Dr. D. S. Doseott, who appeals from tho decision of tho VLjinia Conference. The decision of mid Conference was sustained. Tho BUhops characters were taken up, and their conduct in tho discharge o...

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. — 21 April 1866

SATURDAY; APRIL 31, 1SC0. THE CITY. AKUIVAL AD I)F.IAKTOKC or Till; TRAINS. 71ijfm inrf ,Vi,ni7 Jlailrond. Leaves Nashxlllcat . ...... .... 7:- A Al ft30 P M - teJ P M &09 A M Arrive nt Liii?illc , Leaves Louisville at t Arrive stf Nashville .-fl A M 7:00 1' M . P M 5:39 A M fmYriM AvcouHHwIalion. Leave Oalbitin &W) A M Arrivos at Nashville WW A M Leave Nashville 4:40 1' M Arrives at Oallatin fc&O 1 M iVil sIhmWc nnd CttattmHrnpa Jtatfroad. Loaves Nashville at- 7J A M Arrive nt Chattanooga...- 5 1' M Leave Chattanooga WO A M Arrives atNashvITlc - 4:00 1' J! Leaves Nashvlllo fB0 1 M Arrive at Chattanooga 3j40 A M Leave Chattanooga :Vi P M Arrive at Nashidlle........ - 0:4 A JM XathtitU ami Petatur Itatirond. HunUville and Larkinsvillc Mail Leave Nashville 50 A M Arrive at Decatur 6:ft" 1 M Leave Decntur... - G:'JI A M Arrives at Nashville liUO M Huntsvillc. Mfinphis. Mobile, and New Orleans Expre Leaves Nashville- PriW P M Arrives at Decatur. ...... 4:40 A .M Loaves Dceat...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 21 April 1866

I ATTItAC- What I out prize in woman Is her affection not her intellect. Compare' me with tlio great men of earth. What am 1 T Why, a pigmy among (riant ! But if thou Invest mark, tay lovct The greatest of thy fox eicclls thee not! Tho world of affection in thy TforH Not that of man' ambition. In that stillness Which mot bceome a woman oalm and holy. Thou fittest by tho fireside of my heart. Feeding it flame. The clement of fire Is pure. It rannot change iu nature: Hut burn an brightly in a cypy camp As in a palaco hall. LOVE-A KITTEN'S CHIEF ATTliACTION. ET SnOKTKELLOTV. M'hat tnoft I prizo in kittens Is their affection not their intellect. And if my kitten gently frisk, and In the silken xcftneis of her Maltese coat Demurely wait my coming, content am I. No rivalry I fear: and, as 1 gently pat That furry head, and iittening, bend to catch That half-uttered mew, I feel my trrcatnew A kittcc's lord am I and my soul rises In its crandcur. towering sublime! Compare mo with tho great m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 22 April 1866

3L F. C. JrUXXIXGTON &z CO., EDITORS .t PROPRIETORS. DAILY AMERICAN. UNION AND THE XA.SKVJX7.I; PAILT XTN?.V AXI AXEKICA5. Office, Uirmx ud Axekku? Block, corner Church and Cherry sts., opposite the Post Office Dally $11 Tri-Weckly.-.- AVockly , " 00 Proportionate rates for aho-ter periods. Subscriptions la variably in advance. DRTJGS & MEDIOHSES. v W.'J. & C. W. SMITH, - Druyttttii and I'rcscrijitionistJi, Ifj''$l1?' communications, contalninrlnlerest normortiit nw, solicited from any quarter. (Ncwi letters from the various counties of the 811 5 especially desired. Til communications ihould be addressed to the "JJditors of the Unios kd Axkwcik." 1 VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 1866. NO. US. .fttmitfn a nil SUiman;. fiUXDAY, AMUL. 22. 1800. T Letter from Hon. John Bell. 'Sxnwivtx, Ajiril 10, 1SGG. Geo. Baber, Est, Louisville, Ky. Snt: Some writer on the French Revolu . tirmhas said that an idea (of course a new one) flaslung njon the horizon ot i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 22 April 1866

BY F. C. DUmriNGTON" & CO. IntIy,SU; TrMVc'kIj-,S7; t-VcUIy, 83. SUA DAT, APRIL 22, 1SC6. ITEMS OP GENERA- NETTf-l. MrrnomsT Gbsxiui. CosrERExa. -New 0b, I.rixs, Aprils) r.Jf. A report was made toth Conference, to-day, recommending tho introduc tion of lay rcprwcnUtion into the counciU of the Church four laymen from each elder's uistrict to be members of the annual Conference, and one layman for every thirty members in the annual Conference to Lc elected to tho General Confer ence. The Hoard of Foreign Missions were in' rtructed to establish a mission among the Chinese residents of California, at soon as practicable resolution wan pawed prohibiting young, men jus entering Confercneo from being placed in charge of stations or circuit. A report uion colored poo I le was a4toptcd authoriiing the formation amour this raco of Nation?, quarterly, annual and gen cral Conference, BUbop Andrew formally took leave of the General Confercneo to-day. Fccul Iicslth and tho infirmities of ago ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 22 April 1866

SUNDAY, APKIK. 22, 180G. THE CITY. CnURCIl DIRECTOUY. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. East side Summer street, between Union and Deaderick streets, Ker. Dr. R. H. C. Howell. Pastor. Residence No. 11 North Summer street: ScrTiccj at 11 a. . SPRING STRUCT BAPTIST CHURCH, Polk Avenue. Rev. D. W. Phillips, Pastor. Resi dence at corner Sprace and Codar streets : Scr--ie nt 11 a. v. and 7 P. M. CHERRY STREET BAPTIST CHURCH, corner of Cnerry and Elm street. Rer. T. C, McKce, Pastor: Services nt 10'A A. v. nnd VA. V. M. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH. South College street, near Howard School building1. Rer. lr. John M. Watson, Pastor. Residence MeLemore street. West Nashville. CHRISTIAN ClllTRCH, betwoen High and Vine Church street. Rev. P. S. Fall, Pa tor. Resi dence, Soutbwcst comer of Dcmunibrane and Vine streets: Service at CATHEDRAL, corner of Cedar and Summer ft. Right Rer. P. A. Fechan, D.D.. Rev. W. Welsh end Rev. J. A. Begrath. Residence on Summer street, adjoining the Cathedral. Sunday Exer cises...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 22 April 1866

iuttimt nun wmjcnn. hTOMV&U JACKSOX. i In a scnnon on the death of Gkn. (Stone wall) jAGKBOJy the Jtcv. Dr. Moore, of Richmond, narrated the following incident as having occurred just previous to the second battle bf Manassas. After the great flank movement of Jackson immediately following the battle of Cedar Run, and when, after passing through Thoroughfare Gap, his corps was in the rear of Gen. Tope, and on the line of his communications, and the troops were halted for the night almost 'exhausted from their long marches for days in succession, the officer of the day while posting his Bcntinels, passed the tent of Jackson, and being observed by him, re marked that the men were wearied and ex hausted, and had fallen to sleep witiiout their sappers, and expressed Bome fear for the vigilance of the watch. Jackson replied, " Do not wake them, I will guard the camp to-night." It is staled that the last words of Jackson wore, " Let us crofa over the river under the shade of the trees...

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. — 24 April 1866

Sate r. C. DUXXIXGTON & CO., DAILY UNION AND AMERICAN. TTE TTAJf TTVILLE DATXT TJSIOX AJTB AXEKICAX. O'flee, UsroT and Amxeica.i Block; corner Chnrch and Cherry its., opposite the Foit Office T1.1MS: P!lrv-- tu EDITOR i PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communications, containing interest or or important ntws, tolicited from any quarter. News letter from the various counties of the Tri.Wetkly. Weekly Weekly. State tt pccially desired. All communication! should bo nddrcssed to the VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1866. 00 NO. 119. Proportionate rates for shorter periods. Subscription; invariably in advance. " Editors of the Uurox asd Axericax." j.nu.r. awi Tii i him in mi Mwlow anil mcrian. TCESBAY. APRIIj 24. 1M1C. AMERICA AND THE I'EXIAAS. Nprrrli of .Mr. GIndalone nt Liverpool. He Warns the Fenians not to attempt the inva sion of the 1'rovtnces bngiana in rut forts All Hur Strength to crusn tne jnvancrs. On the evening of the 5th inst., Mr. Glad stone was entertain...

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. — 24 April 1866

BY F. C. DUiraTOGTOH & CO. Dnlly, 81: Trl-WocUly.87: Wotlt It, 8.1. ttemiay, Aiitii. ai, isoo. itejis or general sews. ..aturdav last was set apart for tbo Committee on Reconstruction to wako up their final rciort cn the plan to bo submitted to Congress for res teration. On the Committco coming together, it was ascertained that Senator Fcssctidcn was too ill to be present, and it xru thereupon determined to iwstpono tho matter till hi recovery. It is be lieved. howe cr. that the Committee hare agreed substantially on the constitutional amendment approved by Senator Stewart, which virtually rr.Utit! ull discrimination among the people of the States bu account of race or color in eivil right or in the right of suffrage. If this is adopt ed it is believed that itwill cutoff Tenn'jeeco from thu benefit of tho report already made to the House. Tbcro aro no new development in re gard tn the Jeffejon Davis trial before tho Home Judiciary Committee, though they were very bus ily engaged...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 24 April 1866

TTJESDAT, A ! HI 1. 21, 1800. THE CITY. TnK IIowabi Scnooi. Wo paid this school a hurried visit yesterday, and mutt admit that we feci ourselves wore than ia!d far our trouble. To too 800 children under Ihoageof fourteen years in one building is how of mor Ihiin or dinary interest. Tho primary department under the superinten dence of Miss Hanks, contains over 300 pupils, all of whom aro between the ages of fix and ten yean! Notwithstanding these were in one hall the classification was ts perfect and sytcinaticand the discipline so thorough that we saw no confu sion or disposition to rudeness. We can say the same of Professors Ware's and IlaVy's depart ments. The exercises, both mental and vocal, in the various sehools of the building were most ci ccllcut,nnd exhibits marked industry and energy on the part of tbe teachers in charge. The su perintendenco of the entire building is under Prof. Ware, who is a thorough scholar and an adept in teaching. The management of the vari ous depar...

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. — 24 April 1866

now couLn i? Hecirricd my satchel to school. Ami tno tbroneh thcdrifU carried too ; Could I think why ho hugged mo no closely ? If 1 couldn't, how could I? could youT At ovcho tied under my chin My hood, with its ribbon so blue; Why ho cued in my face could I tell T If I could'nt, how could 17 could you ? He (old mo siy eyes wero quite black. And the brightest of any ho know; Iblushcd and looked down could I holn it? If I could'nt, how could I could you t lie left on my cheek a warm kiss, Then off with the lightninir-Epccd flew; If I could I'd hare scolded him soundly; If I could'nt, how could I? could you? Twas lone years ago; and since then He has spoken words loving and true ; And now I Icata close, a his wife. To bis breast. Can I help it? could you ? MEXICAN COLONIZATION. Lands and Land Titles Advice to Emigrants Letter from Gen. Early. Havaxa, April 15. 18CCV To tht Editor of the A'ew York Timet: Siu: I have jiwt returned from Mexico, alter a sojourn or three months in that co...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 26 April 1866

i r F. C. DUUnaXGTOff & CO., EDITORS PROPRIETORS. Voluntary omu.cntcUonJ, containing intertsit ng or important nwi, solicited from any quarter. News letters from the various counties of tho State especially desired. AH communications should be addressed to the ' Editors of the Union akd Avsmcast." Pinion anil Silurian. THUILHIiAY, AX-RIL 20, ISCO. THE XITBO-OWCEUIXE EXCITE MENT. From the New Yoik Tribune Acting on Information forninlicd him by Fire Marshal Baker, Mayor Hoffman re quested that official to bring before him all persons who owned or liad in store any of the combustible Known as nitro-giycerine. The Marshal accordingly took before the Mayor Charles Nobel, a German chem ist, the manufacturer of the article, and Jiw. Davcau, who became a paitner of Nobel for the manufacture and sale of the Rami-. Nobel staled that lie arrived in thin city on Monday last, brinping with him 12 canon of nitro-clyccrine, which were then in the Custom House bonded warehouse. In company with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 26 April 1866

to BY F. C. DUmnNQTOK & CO. Dally, 814; Trl. Weekly, 87; Weekly, S3. TUUKSDA.Y, APRIL 201 $00. ITKMS-OF OTNKItAI, XKWK. Preeidant Johnson, who is a member of the Msaenlc Fraternity, has Invited tlie Supremo Council of the Southern Jurisdiction to visit li i'u. It U given out that the President will desig nate tbo 17th day of Mar, as a day of fasting and prayerin vim of the threatcd visitation of the .fcclera. Gn. Sicr.Lrs hat been nominated to the ..catt as Minittcr to the Haiuo, in place of . hn S. Pike, rctirned. The salary i i'.VrJ ir It 1 rumored that English, the recent Demo i ratlc and Conservative, candidate fur Governor f Connecticut, intendi to contest the election. Hewa only defeated by about f0 vote, and it Is said that if Buckingham, the present Radical Governor, luwl done his duty under the law, in rtirard to tint voting ef Connecticut soldiers not yet mustered out of service, the polling of tlie1 votes of one of tho regiments would have elected English. Juki t"prtn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 26 April 1866

Wwxm and gimman. THPKSBAT, APRH 20. 1800. AIUUVAI, AXI DEPARTURE OF THE TKA.IXH. Inuirville and Tfathcille Jlailroad. Leaves Kiishville hi 7:15 A M . ft30 V M Arrives at Louisville. Leaves Louisville at . . , Arrives at Xashvll' GftHttltH AecvmnmSatlan. 1 .M VIM (ixtlltLiD MtW4H4MWt: P M 5eC0 A M 7:00 A SI 7;00 P M ... l!tt P 51 MO A 51 ... CM A 5! Art4rM at N" JTJ.h vi II P. - SfcOO A M Leaves Nashvillf-..-.-;....-. 4:tOP M Arrives at Gallatin -i..-...... GsCO, P 3t Jfoilvitle and Cliattanooga Jlailrond. Leaves Xashville at. 7:80 A 5f Arrives nt Cbattaneega... Leaves ChnttnnoQira Arrives at Nashville. Leaves Nashville-.. Arrive nt Chattanooga- Leaves Chattanooga- Arrives at Nashville - &30 P 51 .fcl.A 51 ... 4:00 P 51 -. & P 51 ... 3:40 A 51 &4T. P 51 fctt A 51 Nathvilte andflecatur Railroad. HunUvlllo nnd Larkinsvlllo Mail Leaves Xashville ) A 51 Arrives at Decatur. 6:05 P 51 Leaves Deeatur 6:9) A 51 Arrive at Nashville 20 P 51 Huntsville, Memphis, Mobile, and New Orle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 26 April 1866

Mm iiiii-m-rffiaaw a xoue to .mrixc:. hi A EXD10NINT lABMEtt. Well. Sprint-, your cum at last, licv you 1 The )oiti?ci your bin a tiitin in Old Winter l.p now aintyou ashamed of yourself 1 I Kxwe'tho 61d feller's bin a busrin" you. I should think ho had, from your brcth A bfin to cold but that's tbo way thvtn (lid feller her a doing. Well, a I was tain. Youvctnoat lut with jour "baray Brcth" a blowin from the Norttiwos Westeonrtant ar Ncwbraaky. 1 1 poms ftrate Kuntrios for bam, I rekin ! Now you cum wen KvcrybodPa food, and Korn an tbingc, Jlcv nil bin fed outl Now luk at Our Krittcrs, will yo? KeourKatcl On the lift, a bsvin to bo iteddicd by Thur talcs whin they iriU up a moraine 1 Luk at our hossis waU all rejoiced To Skilctons a wecpin over a troft : A hull troft foil of kobsl A hull troft full of bitter rckcllckghuni! Luk at them shepo n lien in Tho fens kornun a waitin lor crasl Yosl an tber bin a waiting sum ov Them for wocxT An cf they wasnt l'uld, thcya bin "shakin their l...

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