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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 3 May 1866

7 c - - -Titers F. C. DTTVXTXGTOX & CO., KDITOr.fr i- PROPRIETORS. . DAILY THE XAHmTZXTC DAILY rJflON" AVB AJTEKICAXi S ' " ' , .... .!',, Office, Umax xmr Amxucxx Block, corner Church and Cherry t. opposite the Post Office Ttctuts: Daily $H ftl Tri-W'eekly. ; 7 (k) Weekly -J .! 00 Proportionate rates for shorter period?. Subscriptions invariably In arane). st.n tm Voluntary coramunicati ns, contiinine interest nt or important news, K4i:ite4 'torn any quarter. News letter from tfca various counties of the Utc especially desired. All communications thonld be addressed to the " Editors of the Uwox asd AxitaiCiS." VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1866. NO. 127. UNION T AMERICAN. AMJ Pinion and Swmnn. THURSDAY. JLIY H, I8G0. NUT LOVIXGOOD come TO LIIE. IThoush eorely tried by the ordeal of war. our old-time and woH-known friend "Sur" survived. He vill be hailed by thousands who have a vivid recollection of the crotciquo humor with which he has so often erected t...

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. — 3 May 1866

In itnitw unit SMncnan. BY F. C. DtTJnnKGTON" & CO. Unity, 814; Trl-WccUlr, 87; Weckijr.83. tii UILSDAY, MAT 3, ISOO. .1TK3IS GEXEKAL SEWN. - The President t a mcMagr to the limine, cncluiias a IcUer fmm Secretary Seward, ait ihc the rwult of lii examination of tho various prtt- poMtieusfrom British holders of the rebel dabs or coinman 1h, for adjustment to the mtifa(ion of Uio United .State. Secretary Seward eaji Hint nose of tkeia are entitled to oonnderatiun. The Jlrnikl't FortroM Monroe correspondent says Mr. Davis is very anxions for hih trial to couicoff. His health has pcrceptably failed ami it is reported that ho cannot live the summer through in prison. . Mr. Johnson, in the Senate, read a letter from General AA'ado Hampton contradietinc the charceof Geo. rtherman, that ho (Hampton) had ordered the buniinc of Columbia, S. C, and nsk inc the apieints)cnt of a special committee to in-vcstic-ito the subject. Mr. Johnson moved its reference to tho Committee on Military Affa...

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. — 3 May 1866

Pinion anil 3mm$an. THURSDAY, MAY .1, 18flO. THE CITY. ARKIVAI. AXI nEl'AUTCJlK OF THE TKAIXS. r- :..i.-:ti p;;mn,i Loavoa Kaithville at i.T(lT7ff f flWlf- iiHHutiii .............. :w A .11 . 1 M Arrives at Louisville . .... Leave LoHiM'illc at - ......... Arrive at N'ashville fcnO P M - 5:00 A M 7:00 A -M T.-00 V M 4:45 I' M 5:38 A M Leaves Gallatin - GM A M Arrives at Nn-hville S:65 A M Leivae Neehvnie 4:40 1 M Arrive t Gallatin ft40 1 Jl Sutlritie and ChaUnnMtta Eailroad. L ' re Nashville at 7:30 A M Amve at Chattanooga 6:3) 1' M Leaves Chattanooga 0:00 A M Arrive at Nashville - - 4:00 V M Loaves Nashville - &) 1 M Arrive at Chattanooga S:40 A M Leave Chattanooga - &Ah 1 Jl Arrivei at Nashville (M A M jVn sfsViVe and Decatur HailroadA llontsvllle and Larkinsville Mail Leave Nashville ftffl A M Arrives at Deeatur -- V M Loaves Doentnr G:20 A M Arrives at NaAville- - 20 1' M Huntsvlllc, Memphis. Mobile, anil New Orleans Express Leaves Nashville . & I' M Arrives at Deeat...

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. — 3 May 1866

tuon ami glnurian. Tim crioixitA ox the steamship i:nui.ani. Train the New York Herald. Steamm!!! Eko-Akd, Lowkr Quaiiak tint, pril 2G. It is with a willing spirit ami a atifnctory jileirc tlint we. tlie tiil d r-icncd, accept the invilation ofleicd l'y Ditr fil low-passengers- an invitntiuii Mije t, n expression of our views regarding nu...c which unfortunately has proved ,. j ?v i u oug the steerage jiasxcngcM on Kr.ti Evlaml. It is not otit intention to B4 .1 ledieal deteilmcntof thisdiscasc genera' iy conceded to be cholera for the object of this letter would fail in the accom plishment of ita oliject uliould the matter be presented in any other than a plain, compre-iaii'-ive manner, leaving our professional brethren to make their own deduction, while ihc general public will be informed and probably enlightened. The rteamer England left Liverpool March 2Sth, for New York, Jiaving op board omc nine hundred passengers, touching at Queens town the following day to take on board pom...

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. — 4 May 1866

F. C. DUXXIXGTOX A CO., EDITORS PROPRIETORS. Voluntary c-aiannlcat'',ns, containing interest ng or Important news, f Milled from any quarter. New letter from tin various counties of the Mete wpeeMly deMit-J. All eoffimunicatioiu should bo addressed to the ' Am of the Onio.v a.vd Amebica-." Pinion and gutimcan. rnin.w. may i. imjo. THE MEMPHIS BIOTS. : V T ER EST I XO PARTICULARS. WHITE "HEX ATTlIi: BOTTOM OI" IT! From the Mewphi Argus, May 2. A riot occurred in Soutli Memphis yester day, beginning about 5:30 I. M. It began by two policemen going to arrest a man who gold liquor in South Memphis. The negro soldiers who were yesterday mustered out of eervice, and had been patronizing the drink ing saloon, charged the two police, killing one. The other, running tip Main street and down Second, coll ectcd about fifteen of his eomraden. who wentdown to rescue their companion, but were again repulsed by the negro force. The police then Mint back to the Htation-housc to get the police force...

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. — 4 May 1866

Pinion and gunjctnjcan. BY P. C. DUN2TCNGTON' & CO. Onllr.SH : Trl-WecUlj, 87: Weekly, 83.' I'll! HAY, JIAY 4, lhWJ. 1 OCR OCTSIDE IMG US. Kkst Page. Prliowarof ths McniphUi Riot - Important Order, etc FoinTil Pauk. Banquet id Mobile Coolie Trade. THE MEMPHIS RIOTS. ' At a late hour la.it night we received informa t.3D that the bloody rioU inaugurated at Mcra phh cm Mar Day hud not been ibc11cL The whole negro population, including tlic colored tro.-ps statiosl there, at latt neoounU, were in tbe lushest state ef excitement. aitJ it required the utmost effort of the white troops and their oTiccrs to prevent a colluden between tbo race;. From tbe information received, wo fear Uiat yesterday'- work at ilemphi- will add another bloody chapter to tbe reee-rd ofHUff "Memphis RioU." General Stencmnn is dung all in his power to upprits the rioU, and is aisled in hi effort by the citizen: but bin foreo of while troop is too luiull, it i feared, to tflect the olect. If found necessary, r...

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. — 4 May 1866

&si an " i nio u and mnifjjju rnin.vY, JiAY-i, moo. THE TRIAL CORRAL FRAUDS. OF ISHAM HENDERSON. SEVENTH DAT. THE CITY. AituiVAi. axi nrpAUTUitn or nir. TltAIX.N. LtniimlU and XaihtlUt Ilatfreatl. Leaves Nashville at Arrive lit Louisville Lai Ijoui'ville at .. .......................... Arrive at Nashville Gatlnlin Aerommodatuiu, I,mv Galls.tin--.-. Arrives at Nashville Leave Nasjiville- Arrive at Gallatin - 7: A M (WW 1 M () I M .WO A M ":) A M 70 V M 4:45 P A! &30 A M ... C 'C A M .-. 85 A M . 4:40 1' M ... I M Xatlvillr and CWlunw llailroad. . ... . . T.ii I.narM Nalhvlllc At Arrive at Chattanooga Leave Chattanooga.-- Arrives at Nashville Leaves Nashville Arrive at Chattanooea Leave Chattanooea Arrive nt Nashville 30 A M ftiM P M C:00 A M i&O P M .V30 P M X:40 A M 8:4.') P M 6:4 A JI Xaihviile and Deeatur llailroad.' Huntsvllle ami Larkinsvillo Mail Leave Nashville WjO A M Arrive at Deeatur - 1 M Loaves Deeatur ......................... G:JI A M Arrive ntNiudivllle- 2...

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. — 4 May 1866

Pinion and gUitfvknn. A BAXftl'ET AT .MOIUI.r.. Sirc-clies of Joint I'toniytJi,- Knplinel Soiumcs, mid otlierw. Fnm the Mobile Times of April 15. THK MOBILE CADETS. TLo elegant paloons of Dcnccliaud'R pop iilar restaurant tcrc last night the theatre of one of the most interesting re-union it ever wan our good luck to witness. After a few moments of pleasant conver sation and general intercourse between tlie distinguished remnants of the bold cadet", their Former captain, in simple, yet imprcfr feivc terms, gave to his former followers the order to take their standing position around the social board, and then directed the former Orderly Sergeant (afterward Colonel) IIu gcr to call the roll. A death-like silence ensued, and as the call progressed, at almost every othernainc, the deep, sad voice of Col. Robert M. Sands was heard in stifled emotion, to inswer, "died on the field of honor." ' Long, long, indeed, was the sad list, al though comprising only those who fell on the battle-fi...

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. — 5 May 1866

mirm rr F. C. DVXNINGTOX & CO., DAILY UNION AND AMERICAN, THE XAflllTII.T.K DAILY VXIOS AXD AMERICAXi Office, Usfo.T iSD Ajiesku.- Block, corner Church and Cherry sts., opposite the Tost Oflleo Daily.--.. $14 m EblTOnS ic PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communicatees. containing interest nc or important news, ft )i sited from any quarter. New letten from tie various counties of the Tri-Weekly.-. Weekly 71W " 03 State especially desired. All communications should Tie addressed to the VOLUME XXXIII. NASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1866. NO. 129. Proportionate rates for shorter periods. Subscriptions invariably in adranee. " Editors of the Vsiax and A-h-ricax." -Union and gtmman. NAT'KAY, JI.IV 5, 1KGC. THE MEMPHIS RIOT. SECOND DAY. I'uriiinliuu nml Arming of Several SfitintHnrCIIIi-riiM Six XejrroeH Killed Several Oiblns nml School House Iturnol Iown Tlie Xchtih nt Ger. man town Oneof tliclr Xiuiibcr Killed by Soldier Killing? ol3Ir. Ren. IJcn nlw lu a Saloon Amid the wild excitemen...

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. — 5 May 1866

Xnitftt nni lawman. Ifprc. DUIfNINGTON & CO. Dully, H ; Trl.Weckly, 87 ; Woe kl -, 83. N.VTL'KUAY, MAY 3, 1900. ont oirrsim: pakes. liusr I'ahh Full Particulars df the Memphis riot. Foi nm Page Why the Cholera come from the Eat Shocking Scenes at an Execution. THE Tlll-VEEEKLY l-XIO.V AM) AHEI1ICAX. Published every Tuesday. Thursday and Sat tirfay, each namW conUlninz the matter of two DaJics, i now beinc issued from our office to candy the wants of that larjro class of readers who are not satisfied with n Weekly and are not fUuated to take a Daily. Price $7 per annum. SaL'fription taken for any time at that rate. items or or.vr.it.vi. xi:ws. Washington dispatches to Radical papers state that there hi unquestionable authority for sarins that Chief Justice Chase will not hold court in Virginia for the trial of Jeff. Davis, or for any other purpose, so Ionic as military law pre vails there, lie says that inferior courts may. perhaps, with propriety be held unJtr such cir cumstance...

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. — 5 May 1866

ttifltt mid gr-mcrfoatt, SATUKIsAY, MAT 5, 1S00. AWUVAI. AXI IiErAItTUIlE OF THE I :..:). XnAiiUr Hailroad. Lcnves Nashville at ''' A ?! 0S0 P M Arrive at Louisville WO I' M WW A Ji Leave Louisville at - 70 A M 7tO0 1 M Arrive at Nashville M P M . 5:30 A M 6A5 A M Gnltntin Aeetfmmwliitinn. Leave Gallatin- Arrive at Nahvillc-- Leaves Nashville Arrive at (lallatin- SJB A M . 4:40 P M . ftlO P M Kathrilir nnd ChaHnnooaa Hailroad. Leaves Nashville at 7:30 A M Arrivei at Chattanooga fc30 1 M Leaves Chattanooga 0:00 A SI Arrives at Nasbville 4:00 1 M Leaves Nashville &30 1 M Arrives at I'hattanoora - 10 A .M Loaves Chattanooga S:4.r) I M Arrives nt Nashville . Gjtt A M Xwhvilie nrd Decatur Hailroad.'' Huntsvillo ami Larkinsvillc Mail Leaves NahviIlo ftfiO A M Arrives at Deoatur . &G5 1 M Leaves Decatur 6:3a A M Arrives at Nashville 2.-O0 1 M Hunliville, Memphis, Mobile, and New Orleans Express Leaves Nashville 8i30 I M Arrives at Deeutur 4:10 A M Leaves Decatur - 8:00 P M Arrives ...

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. — 5 May 1866

S3m maot Pinion im ammcnn. WHY Till: CIIOEEKA COMKN ritOJI Tin; i:ast. The Philadelphia JsnquirerJtmdcr the aLorc caption, has the. following: The name Asiatic cholera indicates the invariable origin of this dreadful disease. When, in modern times it first appeared, about thirty years since, there were various theories as'lo its canes. Some said thai in tlie rice diet and light food of the -iatit the disease took its rise. lalcr oliscrvation has demonstrated that the iilthy Jiabitw and want of personal cleanliness of the Orientals cause the dreadful scourge, which commen cing where the provoking circumstances are the mot abundant, travels the earth where cver it finds food. Of course, in the time of infliction, the cleanly who arc exposed to the fatal influence often suffer with the neg ligent, but the fact is undisputed that thorough ventilation and cleansing disarm, if they do not prevent the pestilence, i The French government, as our readers are aware, some time fince dispatched...

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. — 6 May 1866

i mm , ' w Voluntary communication. containing Interest' ne or Important news, ft N sited from any quarter. News letters from tie various counties of tb viaie eseojjuiy aesiroj. All communications inould be addressed to tb " Editors of tho Usiox asd AvmicxxJ" - - . . , r W-frcckl . TOO B VQLUME XXXni. NASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, MAY 6, 1866, NO. 130. hUxUw and &wmau SIJ'IAY, MAY 0, 1800. rnoji uscow coiwty. fiood order and induttry of tbe peoplo Absence of prejudice J uitice to tbe Frcedmen Dam age to crepe Cotton. Ac. Ac. Correspondence of tbe Union and American.) FaykttevilI-k. May 3. I960. I desire in behalf of the "rebel" peoplo of tho famous"rcber county of Lincoln, to extend an invitation to Charles .Sainnor, Henry Wilson and Tbad Stereni, to comn to Fayrtvilloand spend a few days, in order that tbey may see for themselves, that the court nro dishoscd to do full justice to all classes ne- crocs as well as well as white people. They will not be compelled to remain very lo...

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. — 6 May 1866

tux0u twit Sr-nwriatt. BY r. C. DUNNINGTON & CO. nnllr, 1 : Trl-Weeklr, 7 ; JIVocUl y. S3. til M.VYt'?tAY O, IMP. " ' THE IW-TOEKLT HIOX A.D .kWMW 1L,, icj even-Tuesday. Thursday and r-s' uriar. number containing the matter of two .a e . i now being i-icd from or office to Tl- tbcwanU of that large clewi of rcadcri whj an not ealLfied with a Weekly and wo not ntuated to take a Daily, Prico $7 icr annum. abfcription taken for uny time at that rate. uiitoi rsun: i-a;i-s. Y'V.t 1'a'jE. Correspondence from Lincoln Ivunty-Tbc Confederate Dead-Mtmphi" Rlof. Me., ct-. Fa'BTS Paoe. New Movement of the Star Chacocr-Beautiful Incident-Sorgho Culture, cti, etr iTF.sis or jr.?f:icAi. xrws. It appears from the reeordi of the AVar De triment that, with tne exception 01 tae irwi dent's proclamation, none but verbal order were given for tho capture of Jefferson Davis. Major General AVilson Lieutenant Colonels Harndcn and Pritehard are entitled to great cred it f5r tho zeal and activity with wni...

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. — 6 May 1866

Y v 8TJXD AT, MAT C, 1S0O. THE CITY. akkivai. ami nr.PAKnritK or tut. TRAINS. LmiinilU and XadttiUe llailroad. Leave Nashville at 2 A ii Arrives at Louisville 41 ...... Lcivcs Louisville at 0:00 P M .V00 A M - .- 7.-CK) A M T.nW P M 4:45 I M Arrives at 2fjfcrllle .- &38 A M Leaves Gallatin--;-- - - K A M Arrive. t Nrille . 8) A M LetveiKMhtllta; 1 40 P J Arrives at Gallatin - 6:40 F M Xatlvittr and Chattanooga Ilailrnad. Leaves Nashville at "dW A M AiTive3atChattanoiBi...-..-"---5iV) P M Leaves Chattanooga WK) A M Arrives at Nashville -lA" P 31 Learn Nashville 5SM P M Arrives at Chattanooga 140 A M 1. oiive j Chattanooga -- 8:45 P M Arrives at Nashville C:4S A M Xaihcille ami Deeatur llailnxid. UunUvillc and Larklnlrille Mail Leaves Nashvlile . . 9:50 A M Arrives at Decatur (XB P M Leaves Decatur. ..- 6:3) A M Arrircs at Nashville 20 P JI Huntsville. Memphis Mobile, and New Orleans Leaves Nashville- ................ Arrives at Deeatur Leaves Deoatur.. .. - y Arrives at Nashville...

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. — 6 May 1866

UNDERTAKER. CINCINNATI CARDS. CINCINNATI CARDS. E0TJISYILLE CARDS. I0TJISV3I.EE cards. GROGEIliiES, LIQUORS &c Tirr. sew .-wovE.tfr.XT or tixe stak rnAJinKit-i-ntwr apprkiikx- MOV. From the National Intclli.oncer. The minds of bauinttw men, who are usually so regardless of politic, except a they have momentarily millcrcd themselves to be unwilling auditors of party politicians, arc now agitated by nprchcnsionH that the aggressive measures of usurpation by the Ftar-chatnbcr domination in Congress may lead to fearful results. Once fairly aroused upon a subject that imperils security of per son, the happiness of home, and that proper sy which is the" fruit of long years of labor taud care, the fears of citiiens are not more easily quieted than hard to excite. The usual question now of the class above re fered to, when one meets another, is, "What is coming next? what are we coming to? The precipitation yesterday in the Senate of an unprecedented measure to impair the Executive prer...

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. — 8 May 1866

l C. mJXXlXQTON A CO., EDITORS it PROPRIETORS Voluntary cdminunicUniig. containinginterest he or important cws, ir.lbited from any quarter. Neffs. letters from tb various counties or the .late especially desired. A1J communications should be addressed to the ' iiditors of the Csiox xso Americas." -ttnixm and 3tmman. TUIXOA Y, MAY S, ISGG. tiii: lionk or sew okleax.s. For the Union und Amcrican.l The lions of this place are worthy of marked at tention. They consist chiefly of railroads, hotels, theatres, billiard saloons, churches, great build ings, fancy stores, parks, canals, generals, editors and ladies. When the city railroad system is complete it will he of about one hundred miles extent. The cars are elegant and always crowded, Except the two-story cars, they aro all drawn by mule?, long legged mules, that move in a sweeping trot over perfectly level streets paved with flat blocks of granite, or with heavy plank. A box. a simple oox. is tiie only rare collector, the honesty of ...

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. — 8 May 1866

-jr. - ywrww : "J-" .' - " '" " j myfcw; r.'rwyr". , .Mr ' Pinion Hurt wmau. BY F. C. DinnrafGTON & CO. Dally, $14; Trl-WccUlj-, 87; Weekly, 93. Tl7r.S.W. MAY 8, 1SOO. WE TRl-WEEEKLY I'MOX AM) AJIEUICAX, Published every Tuesday, Thursday ami Sat urdsy, each cumber containing tho matter of two Dailies, in now bcinc issued from our office to supply tho want of that largo class of readers who aro not satisfied with a Weekly nnd arc not situated to take a Daily. Price, $7 lcr annum. Subscription taken for any time at that rate. ornorTsiiH: iwcjus. Fikst Paoe. Lions of New Orleans Lull cr from Hon. Cave Johnson The Rom Forgeries. Fourth Pace, Flood in the Miwis'ippi (!cn. Grant Ex-Rebel Privatccrf, etc rat . "ITEMS Or (!RT.K.VI..T,N. The House of Representatives has passed the bill reviving tho grade of General in tho United- States Army. Col. W. B. Stokes, ol Tennessee, Is ono of the announced speakers at a Union (!) meeting, at Fanneil Hall, lloiton, on Thursday next Lewis D. Campb...

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. — 8 May 1866

TUESDAY, MAY 8. I SCO. THE CITY. AKItlVAI. A.V DEPAIITUKE OI THE Til A I XN. Lnwcilte nnd Xaihviltr ItxUrOiui. Leave Nashville nt 7:15 A M CkSu P M txO) I' M 5:03 A M - 7M A M Arrive at Louisville . Leave Louivillc nt Arrives t Nashville - 7:00 1' JI - i-X P M ... .. - - fcSO A M tinllHlm AwHnHHHiiiltitn. Lcavos Gallatin... &S5 A M Arrives at Assnviue 8sfv A M Leave Nashville 4:t0 I" M Arrives at Uallatin 0:10 P M Xuvlle and Chnllantiogii llailroad. Leaves Nashville nt 7iW A M Arrive at uiiatlanwoga Leavoo Chattanooga Arrive at Nashville Leaves jNa-livillo- Arrive") at Chattanooga l.enves Chattaiiiwa Arrive nt Nashville WW V M G: A M -MO 1 M feai l' JI fc0 A JI 8:JS 1' J I G:51 A JI Xathtille nnti J)eeatur llailroad. Huntsviilc anj Larkinsvillo Mail- Leaves a'hvillo -.......-.-... fhfl A JI Arrives at Decatur 6:ftj P JI Leave Decatur- C:'JO A JI Arrive at Nashville ,. iO0 1' JI HunlevHlc, Memplii. Mobile, anil New Orleans Jii preM Lenvos Nashville- K:30 I JI Arrives at Depatur l...

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. — 8 May 1866

I: n i FlAOD IX TIIK MISSISSIPPI. Overflow at Dubuque Hundreds of Acres under Watet Many Houses to bo Reached only in Boats Immense Destruction of Property. From the Dubuque Time?, May 1. There was but one item of inlere.,1 in thia city yesterday; that was :i " river item," and covered a large irojortion of the city. The river has been gradually rising for some time past, and yesterday came to within less than sis inches of the mark of the great flood which is the standard for all measure mentsthe flood of 1S59. The flood was not unexpected, and leas damage has been done than might have been anticipated, as every precaution was taken. Pcihaps the lumber -yards have suffered roost not that much lumber has been Irnt, but it has become so sadly mixed, and it will take no small amount of labor to sort it out. A large amount of wood has been lost, but will probably be found before it reaches New Orleans. Owners who found that their wood was about to go, offered it to any one who would ha...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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