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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 27 April 1866

F. C. WUXXICYGTOX & CO., EDITORS i PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communtmtioni. rontalnlnr interest nr or ImDo riant nm. inliclte-l from any Quarter. New letters from the various counties of the State especially desired. AM communications should be addressed to the " Editor of the Uinox akd AvKaiCAlf." Pinion and nwncim rmifAY, aimiii. !7, i&oo. Jl.I'r. OA VIS IX PRISON. Fortress Monroe A View of Jeff. Davis Taking His Moraine Walk-rrison Life of the Ex President Some of His Views of His Cetera porarles. Freni the N. Y. Times, 23J.J From Kichinond, J went down the James to Fortress Monroe. On the way objects of jntGrcst were pointed out l'ort Darling, Butler's Dutch Gap Canal. Harrison's Land- inp, City Point, Jamestown, the first white settlement in the Iew World, Newport News, &c Ujwn introduction, I obtained a pa3 to enter the Fortress, where I had not iccn inany Hours, when 1 met the creat rolxd chief JefF. Davis face to face, while lie was taking his usual daily walk on 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. — 27 April 1866

nttiSuSa Stttfott atul gunman. by1. C. DU2nnNGT0N&-C0T WaTrrTsU? TrJ-Weoklj-, $7; VfceMWtK. iti:u.s or gknkiiaj.. sews. At a in-Mtisg of the new Hoard of Director of theMobilu & Ohio railroad, held at Mobile on the 13th inst.. IIft Milton IJrown iru unanimously rc-eloetod President. The L-ikeHupcrioreepper company presented to Co-wrest on "Wednesday, a petition with 2.400 rarer, prsying increased duties on copper. Nicetnen thousand men have been recruited f jr the regular army since last October. The superiatemleHt of fei-tiGcatlwiit tn tli Luke of the North has written a letter uruini: that the appropriation fur that purpose is inMf.- ticiont. Concrow JjJWjiutinr over the rjuoftien of wuo is entitled to the award for the capture o Mr.Davh. A bill regarding claim agents it to bo Intro' dneed into the Senate. Flagrant dishonesty has ' been dist,-vercd amen: that class, and it is pro- loed to st-rreund tho business with restriction!. ketebtmi, the -rroatWall street forger Is k...

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. — 27 April 1866

1 Pinion nnfl gunmen tt , FRTOAT, Arniis 27. 1SOO. THE CITY. Thk Kick. Yesterday was a beautiful day. though the track wax a little heavy from the re cent rains. The race was, however, as Cno as the most ardent lover of the spcrt could desire. What more cheering and exciting than to witness a contort of poed between three thoroughbred hor-t-at. whose genealogy can be unmistakably t raced for mere than a hundred y oars'. Thcysccinto feel that aristocracy of blood which. is always sure to tell. Where the amusements of the turf are con ducted in a manner so entirely exempt from every thine te wblth the severest aritteisin could object, a theXashrillc eounc. the wonder is not that they are so well patronised, but, rather that they are not attended by ever- admirer of that noble animal the horse. llutto the race. Theiurse was for $1. SCO. mile heats, three entrie: (MtatmS, Jaeritte and Sa !alin. The first, by AMen, out of llia&atka, by Savtrein, wa the favorite against the field, and...

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. — 27 April 1866

ln"um -and Smwiratt. Eucraox or maxua i.o.y. Terribly Sublime Spectacle A Column of Fire Ose Thousand Feet in lliclit, mid a River of llame Thirty-five Miles Long. A jet of lava of more stupendous propor tion than any over conceived of is described by Mr. ,Coan, in the Honolulu Friend, of Februar, in hu account of the eruption of Manua Loa, on the inland of Hawaii: The eruption commenced near tlic mnu niit of the mountain, and only five or ix mile south-oast of the eruption in 181:!. For two days this summit cratci- sent down its burning floods along the north-eastern tlopc of the mountain ; then suddenly the vale cloed, and the great furnace apparent ly ceacd blast. After thirty-six hours the fiwia was seen bursting out of the eastern side of the mountain, about midway from the top to the base. It would (teem that the summit lava had found a subterranean tunnel, for half wav down the mountain, when coming to a wealc point or meeting some obstruction, it burst up vertically, sending...

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. — 28 April 1866

- s F. C. DUXXINGTOX & CO., EDITORS k PROPRIETORS. IP Voluntary communications, containing intcreet ng or.important news, solicited from nay quarter. Ncrs jctters from the various counties of the State especially desired. All communications should he addressed to the " Editors of the Uiow and AMKBidAK." Iniou unit SUucnnuu SATUKOAY, AIMtH. 20, 180C. THE XEW TAX BIIJL-CIIAXOES A;nnr.n ox kytiii: committee. Washington, April 25. The nor tax bill provides tliatdintillera shall pay $100 tax, instead of S5D ; distillers of apples, gratxssand peaches, distilling or mannfac tunne less than 150 barrels per year, shall pay $00; brewers to pay $100, instead of $50 ; those making less than $500 a year, to pay $60 ; Insurance agents, to pay $10 tax ; when the receipt does not exceed $100, he shall pay $5: any person 'who peddles jewel ry, distilled spirits, fermented liquors or wines, to pay $50 license; express carriers, to pay $10 lincense ; builders and contrac tors, to pav $10 instead o...

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. — 28 April 1866

tui0H nttit &mman. BY F. C. BT72TNINGTON & CO. Dolly. 814 ? Trl-WeeUIy, $7; Weekly, Wl. KATl'ItOAY. Al-Itll, US, 1HCO. ITKJia or GENERAL SEWS. Iho ebolcra is reported to havo aprcired at Halifax on .e. Dr. Slayer, one of tbe quaran tine rinicU.ns, died f the disease on Mendav. nd tre others wc-e attacked. -A bill, fndirootly lo aid Mexico, ha been pro euted in Cuneraerf. It empowers the Secretary of the Nai y to sell vessels (o any government mi thin continent, ami neccit iU bonds in payment. Dick Tiinier, tlie turnkey of Libby Prison, t.imceited promise of an early release. Confiscation proceedings hare hern ordered - be stopped in the I'nited State courts in Flar- ,da, Ly the President. - Tiiu Way and Means Committee nu Thtir a3f morning reported, and the House at'onre pawed, a Mil imposing a duty of 20 per cent, vd valorem, on all live animal" imported into this kcuntry- Petition ire in circulation praying Conjcren tu enact n oivil code and general corporation law and all...

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. — 28 April 1866

mu kiih and mmem. SATURDAY, APRIL SS, I SCO. THE CITY. r t '1 ARRIVAL ANW nrPARTDUE OI" THE TRAIXN. Ixntittillr and ftatliville Railroad. Loaves Najhvlllc at A M . USX) v m Arrive at LenkviUe 4 ........... Laave Louisville at 4 M- Arrive at Nashville - - - GalMin Accommodation. Leaves Gallntln Arrives at Nashville Leaves Nahville Arrive at Gallatin -q . 0:00 P M 5-09 A M 7:00 A M 7:00 P M 4:45 P M VSfl A 51 feW A M ftW) A iM l:W V M G-CO V M ftathvitle and Oiattanboua Jlailroad. Leave Nashvlllo at 7S A M Arrivei at Chattanooga &30 P M Loaves Chattanooga CM A M Arrives atNasbville 4:03 P M Leave Nashville Ss30 J1 M Arrivei at Chattanooga 3:40 A M Leave Chattanooga 8:45 P M Arrive at Nashville 6:4 A M A'athrilU and Decatur Jlailrond. Huntsville ami Larkiiurille Mail Leaves Nashville Mti A M Arrive at Doeatur . . 6:05 P M Leaves Deaatur 6:20 A M Arrives at Nashville- 2:00 P M HunUville, Mcraplii'. Mobile, and New Orleans Exprefs Leave Nashville- 8:30 P M Arrives at Decatur ...........

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 28 April 1866

I -Xl!' Ittifltt ami IMumnuu AN" ALMGATOn STORY. From the New 0-Ican Crescent. A friend rands the following good "Alli gator Story" for incorporation among our "pacte and Fancies" I had occasion, a short time ago, to visit St. James and Livingston parishes. Louisi ana, fcr the purpose of acquiring a knowl edge cf the country preparatory to engaging .n Business in that locality. To obtain the necessary information, I was compelled, in the al.cncc of any other means of travel, to inalcc my investigation in a "dug out." Our party, consisting of two friends and myself, all from the city, occupied one boat, while our gniden, three in number, natives and to the manor bom, occupied .a second. In making our observation, coming down Eayou Chene Blanc, we -tnnped ourselves Lv shooting alligators, in which the conn try abounds. Quite an amusing, although not a pleasant, incident occurred in the vicinity of tlm pjhjU in which my friends and self were more particularly interested. After having k...

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. — 29 April 1866

D O. DUXNIXGTON & CO., EDITORS k PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communications, containlnginterost nc or important news, solicited from any quarter. News letters from tho various counties Of the -"tote especially desired. AH emamunicatlons should be addressed to the ' Editors of the Usios xao AmKBICAS." Ww'xtsw nnd Smrricatr. Sl'.MAV. AI'KII. SO, IMiO. tiii: coxvi:.VTioxor iiscim.hs AND IJAITXSTS. IVelimirmry meetings were held yester day of the respective delegates from the Baptist and Disciples' denominations, who have assembled in Richmond for the ptir jkw of considering the difference between the two churcho, and discussing the pro priety of cotwolidating. The Diwiplw met at Svcamore Church, on Eleventh street, and the lUptists at the First Baptist Church, on the comer of Broad and Twelfth street. After a short hutinew ncsaion it was agreed to assemble in convention for business this morning, at 11 o'clock, in the First Baptist Church. The deliberations will be con ducted exclusivel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 29 April 1866

Hlntm sunt ,mmm. BY Fra'DUyHIIfGTON&COr liatly, Slit Tri-Wofitir, 37; Weekly. S3. MT.vnA.irArmi. 20. isco. itkmk or jr.xi:u.vi. xr.ws. The London Timrg announces that a mar- age is about to take place between Hie Princess "arv n f CMahridg and the Prince of TeeV, son the Duk Alexander, of Wurtembers;. Tbe telegraph line connecting Vancouver's Z ;and. in tlie British Possessions, with the United 'at'.--. has teen completed and the following in r -CcUug rongratulatious exchanged : "Victoria, Van-outer V Itland, April 2. To the Preident . nd Secretary of titalc of the United Mates: I t incratnlalc you on the completion oftbotolo irrapti lice connoetins Vancouver's Island with toe I uited States, effected by American enter pr.Jo. It in my earnest hope that it may prove an enduring link to bind the United .State of Amer ica and Great Britain in the bonds of pcoee and trugrefsion. (Signed) A. E- Kexmiuv. (loremer t f nnooaver'n Island." "ExwrTm: Mansion-, Washington, April 38. Governo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 29 April 1866

KITXDAY, AVRIIj 2!, XS60. THE CITY . CHURCH miHUTOItV. FIRST BAPTLST CHURCH. East ride SuRiroer street, between rnion anl uoaitencK streets, Her. Dr. K. U. i . Howell. 1'astnr. neswienee No. 11 North Summer street: Service atll a. v nnil 7 p. w. &P1UNU STREET J1A1TIST CHURCH, Polk Avenue. Kcv. 1'. u. runups, raster, dence at oomer jtpraee and CetUr street : fit 11 a . m. And , r M. (MI ERR V STREET BAPTIST CHURCH, corner f Cherry anl ui streets. Ilcv. i.u, jMCKec, Pinter : Mom at lOi a. . and IV. p. . PRIMITIVE RAPTLST CIH'RCIl. South College street, ner Howwrd School buildinc. Rev. Dr. John M. Watson, Pastor. Residence McLemore street. West Nashville. CHRISTIAN CHURCH, between High and Vine I'hurch street. Kev. r. a. tall, rastor, itesi dence. Southwest oorner of Deinuinbranc and Vine streets- Service? at I VfHEDRAL, corner of Cedar ami Summer sU, Kiiht Iter. r. A. reenfcn, u.u itev. w. Welsh ana Rc-. J. A. iietxrath. Ketidenccon iuminer street, adioiniu: the Cathedral. Sunday ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 29 April 1866

Linton m Mmnu. LEOISfcATtTX KUMMAItV. Sonntc. GROWING OI.D. Tourh u?. oh Timcl withlighthand as you iim, i crept hi to think it a loving carets; Tread on our heart, too, with reverent care Crush ct the flowers of life blooming there; Furrow our foreheads with care if you will, .Hat let youth lincer within our hearli still. Mid our dark tree arc fibers of gray "Jen reminders of life's fleeting day; And when we turn to the shadowy paM, On it Wight altars lay ashes and du!t; ill its fair idols sre raarkel with decay K 11 its sweet pictures are faded away. idly we look for the friends of the pat They of si rone heart and Ihe beautiful trust; ome we find bleeping beneath sculptured stone; imc toiling wearily onward alone; Some thro ambition grown heartlaw and oold. Hut one all, savo the dead, crowing old. Oft we prow weary in watching in vain O'er hopes that always but shadows remain; Weary of counting the joys that have dial; Weary of laying bright visions aside; Weary of taking but dro...

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

F. O, XV7i$XSQTON fc "Ijiffrdas. i- proprietors. CO. ' 'ty$El7'Pin,,,a,an'ca-1' Bs containing intcrcst nKnsimpirtmtSiwi, spirited fronrany quarter. News, letters from tb various counties of tho State especially desired. All communications should bo addressed to tho " Jilitijrs of the Ukiqst jikd AvgutCAJf." DAILY UNION - v AND' AM'ER I CAN VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, MAT 1, 1866. tut: ar AsnvxixE iiati.t vsioii xsn A21ERICAH. Office, Usio.v asd Amikimx Block, eorner Church and Cherry ofcote the Feet OSes scans: ' Tri-Weekly. TDKKUAV, ,1UV I.-lMSfi. pro jcicroiti-fV.. Tlio C'onlcilcrnto lrnl. In most oi"tlic Southern cities where any conndcrnblc numbera of ConfoderatoFoldicrs were buried, the ladies occupied the 20th April in vuiting and strewing flowers upon the graves of the fallen. This day was Bolectcd, as the anniversary of Gen. John ston's .surrender and is intended, to be hereafter observed in the same manner "We have been greatly interested in the ac counts ...

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. — 1 May 1866

Jf 1 11 sdtt BY F. C. DITiWINGTON & CO. Dally, gilt Tri-lVecUIyt87t Weekly, S3. TUESDAY, 3LVV I, I8Gcl items or anxEKAti xr.w.s. --In the Methodist General Conference, on Saturday, the Committee on Boundaries made heir final retort. Dr. K. W. Sohon, of Louis ville, wa elected Missionary Secretary, with headquartcro at Baltimore In the place of the ordinance changing the namo Salurday"niorning as a wholc.it wai amended by inserting "EpM"-' copal." The style now w the Episcopal Metlio ditt Church. The Mr. Doggett, a Methodist luin 1 tcr whose cote on trial before the Conference on charge preferred from the Virginia Conference wa" Geo. y. Hogget, who is no way related la David S. Doggolt, D. I)., lately elected BUbop. Ou Saturday at New Orleans, a nils was taken before Judge Darroll uon (Scncral Oanby for contempt of Court, in preventing the execution of a writ of sequestration, issued by the United States District Court, against &W bales of cotton iu tho hands of the treasury ...

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. — 1 May 1866

i ....... . , v. a , , 4 fail iii1i1tfiiiftitttUa jm Linton aunt Snuvinut. TUESDAY, WAY I, 1800. THE CITY. ARRIYAlAXI Ir.PAltTUKE OF THE TKAINS. IxnUlr and A'atliville Railroad. Leaves Nashville at 7:45 A M CrM ! M Arrive at Loivillc feOO I' M - - MX) A M Leave Louisville at TtOO A M TWO I' M Arrlat Nashville 4:45 P M 59 A M Leave Gallatln--; Ci5 A M . ArrlverfatiKBjhvilla... H5 A M Leaves NaMMlle 4:40 V M Arrives ut Oaliatin. C:4U 1' M iVAitf w CW(iKoa Jlailftxtd. Leaves Kiille at 7dW A M Arrive at cnattanoeta - msi p ai Lraves ChattUBMca . 81) A M Arrives at Nashville - 4:00 )' M Leves.Naiiiville .. MO P M Arrives at Cbtittaiiooca - Jr4() A M Leave Cbaltanw 8:4.1 ' M Arrive at Nwhrillc..-. - 141 A M Aifoffc nnJ Oeeotur Jtailroatl. . HunUvillo and Larkinsvllie Mall Leuvea Nashville 9iV) A M Arrived at Decatur G.-05 I M Leaves Deeatur ........ 6:20 A M Arrive at Nashville- ZOO P M Huhtsvllle, Memphis. Mobile, and New Orleans bU. Mobile, Biurets Leaves Nashville- . Arrives at Ueeatur...

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. — 1 May 1866

:.u r . UNDERTAKER. ! r aC " Ui f to an Union Swrin. TEitmiKX cnrrxTiES or the CHIXESE. Atrocltlc Prisoners IMfc ticctcd AlUc. Inlinmrm Frmn tbe Hone Kong Daily Frees, Jan, 10. -,. - nnn mmlomncd for rol)ol- ,1 "and theS for roUry nnd murder, were executed on the 21st uL, a uKuUbcn-kin" wharf, and within a ft yards of Hamburg consulate and directly in front of .vcral other European houses that Stuatodthcrc. Tl.e men dragged Broad SSSn?!S? IBIS ..,,1 ,.inn-Iptl that "icy cuui- uu -1,1.rnim.. , - ind UC'?' :t!,rviror:ne lime pre- .klarka Mreet. ini I Will LI ill"" ...--- . -t I .. .- J 1F IV.. 1LMU viou-lr, they appeared the : mort miwra. ie p;'i'i-;.trc t. c, C of Hering humanity that could be 1 m, CTta5Tfi3E5:rnr Sl-inrc dead than ahve. . HiCT fewcrtr-ei aj.,1 l'uU.cJ- ""etr.iarded by about 300 Mandarin ml- '-y WM.. stea.nWt Agent, corner of hood BtfSSi iSi--. Indent. W. J. . w 7.. i. i ,-., Wore biro, which nsoncrs ui w m0": ., i their king done they were lx their KnecM, uic J""-V"...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 2 May 1866

CO., DAILY U the KAsnvnxE daij.t vsiox xst Office. Usros axd AifXBiaix Black, comer Voluntary eommunicati ns, containing interest ne or important news, erUsitcd from any quarter. News letters from tlo various counties of tbe Chnrih and Cherry sts.. opposite the Post Offica $u 00 Tri-Wcckly.. State especially desired. 7 uo s CO AH communication should be addressed to the VOLUME XXXIII. NASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1S66. 1 Weekiy. NO. 126. Proportionals rates for shorter peried. - Subscriptions invariably In .idvar.ee. " Editors of the Umon and American." P. C. ITTNNTT.NGTON fc EDITORS. A- PROPRIETORS. NIO AMERICAN. Pinion and &mmatu wr.uNEso.iY, M.VY lhC-5. fiJBetter from tho Hon. John Bell? Nashvit-m-, April 20tli, 1SCC. George Baber, Esq., Louisville, Ky. Deak Silt: The condition of the country. in relation to the anti-slavery pentiment of the North, and the Roceanion movement of the South and the general causes of ui&en stion, is described in my last letter. Und...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 2 May 1866

.y r. c. DumnNGTON & co. 1y, 811; Tri-WcclUy, (87; Weekly, WI.VESIAY, 3IAY S, ISO. iti:ls or gemhiai. ni:uh. I nnjibcrvd" Kentmky gentlemen in Atlanta. 'i t 1 'r. John JI Johnson and Hon. J. 11. ' . V. rripesc to gather uj; I lie remain of the iiK-ntu -ky 'ldiew buriel near that city, and them in one oommen liurial ground. Thar rrjo;c to furnish cieh grave with a neat 'jle tomb stone, bearing tho namoof the dead la erect a monument to their common incui Thcy appeal ti the Kentuctlnns In that jr a.ii. The Nafionol Express and Transportation . any hm established an office in Atlanta, ami r..;c their readiness to transport freight to a, Charleston. Savannah, New York, anil rciedia'c points. J. It. Knott, formerly of Southern Express company, is the scant at c.y. The steamer Wiiam G. GMmhh was burned Icrsh man's Lake, between Augusta and Sa mab, on Friday, with five hundrod bales of -on, Tho vessel and caizo a total loss. Serious disturbance havo occurred on the ntat.in of Captain "...

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. — 2 May 1866

f; HUubw ami gimcvkan. -.vedxesimy, aiAY 2, isoo. THE CITY TlIK MlLTOKUX TaBLCaCX AT TUB MASONIC Hall. There never has been so mueh interest an J enthusiasm manifested in any exhibition in tfalj city as was evinced last evening on the open ing cf the above tableaux the source f univcr talcrmrlimcnt, and the admiration of the world. Tho Hall was densely crowded, and hundreds wore unable to obtain seats; Mill the unparalleled grandeur of tho entertainment was to cnraptirr ir.g as to make the immense standing throng un c;n:c'.2Usof their fatigue. Wo eould but my at the tciucl of the fourth nnd ln.it sries that, "the half has not been told us." The entertainment is more than worthy of the cimrl.mcnts the press bestowed upon it, for lan giisce fad: to do it Justice, unless in the verse bf the immortal Milton. A::Jc from the historic scene of the inception of f.rasas illustrated on canvas, they arc, as warks of art, worth an evening's admiration ; and to the mind stored with the grand ima...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 2 May 1866

il r r Pinion ami gunman. WHAT TIK riKAUT OF THE YOl'.VO Olltt. NAI TO THE DEAD soli- im:n. yoans lady at Augusta, 'Georgia, furnixbrd 'at ititntionti with thwo linos on the 27th, fttKCted by the respect idiown 'nfderte Stint", by floral decorations in which she mid fliers participated on the Mth of April. IViknown to no, brarc boy, hut still I wreathe Fur you tho Jctiilcrost of wild-wood flower; And o er your Tomb a vircin'n prayor I broattin To erect tho puro moon and tho April thours. I only know. I only care to know You died for ino for me and country bled ; A thousand Spring and wild December mow Will weep for one of all tho Southern Dead. Perchance, wmr mother gate! up the kic, Wailiiic. like Kachel, fnnhcr martyred brave Oh, for her darling lakc. iny dewy eyes Moisten the'turfnbovc your jowly crave. The Cause Is sacred, when our maidens stand Lmkod with sad matrons and with heroic fire. Above the relies of a vanquished land And licbt the torch of sanctifying lires. Your bed o...

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