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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 9 May 1866

C. DTJXXIXGTOX fc EDITORS Sc PROPRIETORS. CO., DAILY AMERICAN. the jrA.snrn.UE daiivt vxiox axb OCucc. Uxrox axd AjrrsiCAS Block, corner Church and Cherry sts opposite the Post Office) tisks: Dallr. tU ft) Voluntary communicatfnns. containing Interest ns or important news, w II sited from any quarter. News letters from tbo rarious counties of the Tri-Weekly... m State especially desired. . VOLUME XXXITL NASEnnnLE, Tennessee, Wednesday, may o, isgg. Weekly s'OO All communications should be addressed to the NO. 132. ProtrtioBat rates f-u sborter periods, ulwriptioitj mviiriably in iwlvaHeu. UNION AND " Editors of tlie I miin aSD Ammih as." Pinion aiut gmmran. Wi:iXI'.SlAY, MAY , 1SCG. lVASIIIXtJTOX XEWS AM KIT.riJI.A TIOXS. AVc select tlic following from the Cincin ntiti jiiers of Mowlay : chief justici: ciiAer. on Tin: haiieas ron- rim Tiir condition okmk. n.vvia miw. DAVIS, AC. Washington. May 5lh. Chief Justice Cliase had an interview with the President to-night at 9 o'clock, relat...

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. — 9 May 1866

Wuhw and SUun'uun. BY F. C. DUNKINGTON & CO. DAily, 8M; TrlWecuiy, 87; Weekly, 83. tVEixnsiAY, may n, isoa. TI1E TRI UEEEKLY I'MON N AHLR1C.W. Publi4ie4 every Tuesday, Thursday and '-t-uiday, cn'li mimW containing the matter of Iwo Dailies ik nw lietng lined from our nSirc to supply the wants of that large claw of readers who arc not satisfied with a Weekly and arc not situated to take a Dally, l'rico $7 per annum. Stibseription taken for any time at that rate. uruouTNini: ia:i:. FnHT'l'sai, Washington News und ovula tion The Cotton Croii of l'-oO, etc. Four.TH PifiE. Land Whore wo were Dream ing Oriinn-iett The Wheat Crop, etc. imn'T'or uexeuai. xeun. The President sent a message to the House of Representative, in ansvfer to a resolution re questing the names of persons worth more than twenty thousand dollars to whom special pardons hare been issued, and a statement of the amount of property which lias been seized as belonging to tho enemies of tbo Government, or as aban doned ...

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. — 9 May 1866

mnm i HT.nXESDAY, MAY n. 1SGIJ. 'P TT Ta riTm ir IB Cj KJ 1 1 1 . AiiuiVAi. xsn nriMnTimi: r thi ti:an.s. Ixniinillr orvi Xathnilie llnilroad. Leaves Nftchvillc.it 7:45 A 51 G-JH 1' I Arrive at Louisville .i I.mv Louisville at Arrive at Nashville fton 1' M Mil A A I ".-tn) A .M i.im r M - V M 5-3) A M (laHahH .IrroMMOttufl'iM. .Leaves Gallatin . . Cuts, A M Arrives at Nashville - 8J A M Leaves Nashville 4:40 1 M Arrive! at Uallatm . 0:40 V M NakriUe and ChalUmonma Jtailronrf. Leaves Nashville nt - 7:3) A M Arrives nt Chattanooga 6S50 I JI Leaves Chattanooga ftXj A .M Arrives atNashiillc .'. -la) V M Leaves.Nahv1lle - . fr.30 1 .M Arrives at Chattanooga .... 3M0 A JI Leaves Chattanooga b:4.r 1 .M Arrive at Nashville -. 0:4r. A Jl Xa.hrlHr nnd Deeatur J'aHroad. HunUville atHl Larkintville Mail- Leaves Naslivillo : &S0 A M Arrive at Decatur tHft 1' JI Leaves Decatur- .. flrjl A AI Arrive nt XV aWiviIle. i-iJO V .M HunUville. Mcmphi. Mobile, ami Now Orleans Lxprcss Leave 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. — 9 May 1866

Pinion ami &wman. viii:nr. ivi: write ria3iin;. BT WAX. lA'CAS, Ol" JWI-TRSOS Cor.VTV. VA. Fair were our vision' 1 Oh, they were as rand A ever floated out of Fancy land : Children were we in single faith. llllt dual like ihlldlcll. b'.IUl llul death. Nor threat. nor danirer drove lium Honor' path. In the land where we wert dreaming. 1'roud wore our men, as iriilo of liirtli cuuM render : As vinleU, our women pure and lemlcr: And when thoy fpofcc, their voice did thrill Until at eve, the whip-poor-will. At mom themoeVinit bird, were muto and ftill In (he land where we were dreatnuiK. And we had craves thai covered more of dory Than overtaxed tradition' ancient story: And in ur dreams wo wovu the thread Of principle I'nr which had bled Andsutfeiod lone our own iminortal dead In the land where we were di dining. Though in our land wo had both !ond and free. Doth wei eContent; and so (Jod let them he Till envy coveted our land And thine fair field' our valor won. Hut little rivlcd ...

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. — 10 May 1866

i C. DVNNIXGTOX A EDITORS A- PROPRIETORS. CO., Voluntary communications, containing Interest nc or imivortaot ntw, srtbitcd from any quarter. News lettcn from tie various counties of the State especially desired. , All communications should be addressed to the Editors tif the Vntott jIKD Americas." riiiritsn.vv, may io, isr.c. A LOST CITY. Remurkablo Diseevery in Moxioo. The Cordova Rebel Exiles Find a Ruined and Abandoned City of the Ancients. Christian Churehe' and Crowes Among the Ruins. Corroiondence New York Herald. ConnovA, Mexico. March 27. 18CC No little excitement prevail nuioiiK the Amer icans in Mexico in regard to an unexplored district lying aloiit three hundred miles Northwest from Jalajia, and which Genenil II. 15. Lyon, late of the Confederate army, is now engaged in surveying, in nearly every department in the Empire arc to he found immense hodics of land which the foot of the Spaniards never trod ; many of them imiKinetrahlc forest?, inhabited only by beast of prey...

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. — 10 May 1866

1 yjlzif. A as JBY F. C. DTJNOTNGTON & CO. nnlly.SM; Trl-Weckly, S7; Weekly, 83. xm'rom.tY, may io, isoo. THE IIH WEEEKLY IMOX AXD AMERICAN, 1'iiblMicd every Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday, each number containing the matter of two Dailies U niw bcins iesucd from our office to tupply the wants of tb.it large claw of readers who arc not satisGcd with a Weekly and arc not situated to take a Daily P;ice $7 per annum. Subscription taken for any tiino at tbat rate. wixm.v ii.vix ax ami:hmmx. Our Weekly Edition, i'sued this murniii?, containins nil the latest news, market reports, leading editorials and miscellaneous nrtielcsjiub liihed in tho Dally. Copioc can be obtatatnll nt our Sountinc roe m. our oirrsmn iai:s. First Pace. A Lost City Confederate Sol diers of Memphis During the Late Riots lor man Emigration. Fockiii Page. Causes of Siekness in Dwell ings, etc. ITI'.MS of r.M:itAi, xmvs. The question of surrendering tho charter of Washington to Congress, and having the city govern...

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. — 10 May 1866

Pinion lUut &mmfun. TIIUIWOAY, MAY 10, ISOO. TEE CITY. utitiVAi. axi nr.PAitnmn or Tiir. TKAIXN. Uuittiil and XatKviUe Railroad. Love Nashville at A .M rri e at Loiiisvillc l.ravo rni"Wll at . r..0 r A T.-flO A 7:l I' Arrive l NafhviWe .... :4r P At . hODA. M 1 ...t'orfllullnlin.. CO A 85 A 4s40 1 6)i0 P Arrive at Nashville. Loaves Nashville Arrie at Gallatin. Xaileittf oW CT"M"H'Ki Railroml I.mvm Nashville at. 30 A M Arrives at Chattanooga Leaves Chattanooga--. Arrive atNft'hvillo- Lenvea Nashville Arrive at Chattanooga Leaves Chflt'-ona Arrives at Nashville ..... Mm I OciKJ A M .... 4:0 1' M r.: 1 M .... SrN) A JI .... 8:r P -M .... C I". A SI Huaterille and Larkinsville Mail I,Mv Nashville A St Arrivw at Deeatur 1 J M Leave. Debtor--.. G.-" A .M Arrive at Nashville- 1 Huntsville. Memphis Mobile, and New .Orleans Express Leave Nashville-.- - ' Arrive at Decatur - Leaves Deaatur - ! Arrival at Nashville '"' A Columbia Accommodation Lcavei Columbia- " A -M Arrive nt Nashville A ...

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. — 10 May 1866

r I h ntou anil gnumjcun. CAITSKS or MCKNXSS IX mvr.I.I.IXGS Dr:E.M. SnovTj licalth officer of Proyi ' Hence, It- T., writes as follows on this subject: In my opinion the cellars under our lioufcw arc more often the causes of disease thai! is generally supposed. In their best condition, unless thoroughly vcntilatitl which is rarely the case, they contain a damp, stagnant atmosphere, winch is more or low injurious to health. In many cellars, even of the better class of houses, through the carelessness of ser vants, filth is allowed to accumulate, often containing bones', scraps of vegetables, and swill, which is very injurious to health. I am inclined to believe that one of the chief causes of typhoid fever ainoii the farming population of New England is' the presence and decomposition of vegetable matter in the cellars. It is well known that this dis ease prcvails'ngcli more severely and more fatally irt thftountry, where everything would seem to be conducive to health, than in citi...

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. — 11 May 1866

C. DCXXIJiGTOKf & editors- .v proprietors. CO., Voluntary communicatiniis, containing interest ing or important news, iw Vi:itod from any quarter. News lrttcn from tki various counties of the Uto eepeeialry dciireJ. 'M eemmnnientioM should bo addressed to the ' Editors or the U.mok xxd AmkbiciK." w n Baw sssriiffjriwiuiujuiss Htnion and SnuvUiut. I'KIDAV, MAY II, lSfiG. Al'I'AIKS IX UTAH. A iiannen General Conference in Session Curi ous Oracular Deliverance liy Brigham Young A Discussion upon Polygamy and tho Kill ing of Brassfield. The Dttcret Xem, (Utah,) of April 12, oontairwa report of the Mormon Conference lately held in that city. On Saturday, April 7, President !righam Young made the fol lowing addreaf, which it will be hccii relates plainly to the recent murder of Mr. 1 train "field, already noticed in our columns. Itrig ham Young said : It will give me great pleimire to speak a few words to the people, and I shrill be hap py if I can make myself heard by this vast assem...

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. — 11 May 1866

Urign ami mtxhiui BY 3?. C. rUlflfDfGTON & CO. Ball jr, il ; Trl.Weclkly,7; Weekly, 8X l'ltlOAY, MAY 1I.ISOO. IDE TIII-WEEEKLY II.MOX AXD AMERICAN, Published every Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday, each number containing llio matter of two Dailies, is now brine issued from our office to supply tlio wants nf that large class of readers who are not satisfied with a Weekly and arc not situated to take a Daily. Price $7 tcr annum. Subscription taken for any time at that rate. ol'k oltsim: ia;us. First Pqc AfTairs in Utah Itmt, etc. ForEin Paoc The Mule Disease at the South Patent Corn Meal A Happy Incident, etc. items or orxritAi. xews. The Washington; SWsays: We learn that it has been decided to try Jeff. Davis in a civil court, in the State of Virginia most probably in the Judicial District of Norfolk. Sinco.thc Govern ment has decided to bring him at once to trial, on the charge of treason, preparations to that end have been in progress. It is understood that Chief Justice Chase w...

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. — 11 May 1866

1 'MMMIMMMMM- -- , 11 1 iTMiaiiBrTOTiithi TiiiiiiiyrBVf-rTTii.iitTirtiaT Tjrrr-na- - - , i mm mm I 1 I'KinAY, MAY II, ISOO. " THE CITY. akiiivai. An ii:iAifnuitn or nrr. Tit A IAN. xmi'sriVr and Xatheille Hailroad. Leaves NaMivillc at ,:J5 A St 6:30 I M Arrives at Lonisvillo. I, oaves Louisville nt -Arrive nl Nashville . ftOO J' M &00 A M A M 7:CW I M 4: p m . S-M A M Owlta Aecitmuwlotivn. 'Leal os Oallntin- . A M Arrives at Nashville H-Jif, A M Graven .osli Hie 1:V) ji Arrive at Uallatm f.:,u I M Xaihtille aw Ciattunoowa Hailroad. Leave. Nashville at ..... 7rfV) A M Arrive at Chattanooga San P JI I. eaves Chattanooga 0:00 A M Arrive nt Nashville 1:00 1 Leaves I ash vllle - Arrives at Chattanooga.. Leave Chattanooga Arrived at Nashviile..... fcfiO P ... :4d A (fcIS 1 M . 6:5 A M Xatlvill and Dn-ntttr Itnilrttad. HuiiLcvillc and Larkinsfillc Mail- Loaves. Nashvillo . !WW A M Arrived nt Decatur - fi:ft 1 M Loaves liocatur. . .. . (5:3) A .M Arrives at .tannine- ioo P M Huntsville....

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. — 11 May 1866

site THE MUIX IllNEANi: AT Till: SOITII. The Vlcitsburg Herald contains a lt'ttcr from Dr. John "V. Young, of Texas Parish, Louisiana, giving the particulars of the epi demic which prevails among the mules of that and many other neighborhoods of the South to an alarming extent lie rqiorlh that in his immediate vicinity 221 had died, most of them within three days. He adds: The disease, whatever it i Jiy have lcn, made its appearance on Tuesday, the 10th instant, and during that and the subsequent two days swept off fully one-half of the mules in this part of the county. How far its ravages extended I have not been able to learn, but have been told that it was equally fatal at St. Joseph, Louisiana, and on Davis' Bend, Mississippi, one firm at the latler place losing eighty head of mule. SYMPTOMS. These have, so far as I can learn, been uni formly the same. The first evidence of dis ease is manifested by a restlessness of the animal, the flanks begin to swell up, the back becomes mor...

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. — 12 May 1866

SgHWTi Im I I P. C. DUXXTJVGTOS A CO., KUITORS A PROPRIETORS. Voluntary coinuiunicatsftiis, containing Interni ng or important news, eli:ited from any quarter. News letters from tfco various counties of the Stale especially desired. All oroitnunintion enouIJ le addressed to the " BditHrs of the AK"0l'. Pinion a nil Smnian. SATI'ltliAY. MAY 12, ISCB. tiii: tekiukli: Tin: "sfiteiuxos' loyal. or The public mind at the North ha been greatly abused, anil it hostility lo the South much inteiwifial, by the gnws falsehoods that have lcen clrculatc-l by that class of individuals in our iniilft, who, to advance their unworthy private cm!, have paraded themselves aa the vittims of unjaralleled jwrsfecutions at the hands of "reliol" citizens and officials during tlie war. Among the foremost of those who have thus stooped to procure advancement or to turn a icnny is theprcMenl Governor of Tennessee He has permitted no one to remain ignorant of hii 'Vwifibringa." He has blasphemed upon it, preach...

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. — 12 May 1866

rr irrBBiLi Pinion and gUuman. BY F. C. DUffNINGTON & 00. IJnlIj-,811; Trl.M ccUly.8"; Vecltlyt 3. NATimitAY, MAY 12, IHOO. the Yri-toekiy oionND aherTc w. Published every Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday, each number containing the instter f two Dailies, in now being isuod from our ofheo lo eupi'ly the wanU of lliat large class of reader who arc not t atisfied with a Weekly and aro not situated to take a Daily. Price $7 per annum. Subscription taken for any tiino at that rate. ouu oiJTKinn iai:s. First IViok. The Terrible "Suffering." of the Loyal; 11 and of St. Thornst; A Lesson from English Hisiory; Banking for the Rlaelr Ac. Pobrth Pagc The Ctar'e Kseape from Ami sinntien ; Indian Corn, Ac. ITEMS Of UEN'EItAI. M'.WN. Tho President will certainly veto the hill ad mitting Colorado into the Union ax a State, lie is now at work on the veto menace. It is denied that the President intends to it rue a supplemental proclamation on tho 7itrtn eorpw suspension in certain States. The Ra...

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. — 12 May 1866

I a i i in i t . , - . . . ' - ... - SATUItOAT, 3IAY 12. 1SC0. THE CITY. Auuiivai. axi HKPAnTOKK or tui TItAINN. Is:!! ,l XhmJikHI RailrrrtiA. Leaves Nashville at - i:v A M & P M fi:t P M Arrivos at Iowivillc Loaves l,9tm Bleat Arrive at Kattiville .() A M ... T:()0 A M .... 7.00 l M - i:ti P M 6:S9 A M .... CM A M SsM A M 4:10 M 0:10 P M Leave Gallatin-, ..... Arrives at Nahville... . leniM Nashville. Arrive nt Gallatin. XathviUe and Ckattnnnooa Railroad. I.ravM Nashville nt 7:30 A M Arrives l Chattanooga - Leaves Chattanooga Arrives nt Nashville Loaves Nashville Arrives nt Chattanooga . l.nvM Chattanooga Arrive! at Nashville . . fcflO P II frUO A M 4:M 1' M 5:30 P M 3 40 A M S IS 1' M 0 4 A M XathviMr and Deratur Jtailrand. Huntsville and Lnrkinarille Mail Daily, cxeft Sundays T,ivr Nashville . . MA A M Arrives nt Deeatur C.(rt 1 M Leave Deeatur... . C:1W A M Arrive at Nadiville. - 2.KK) 1' M Hunttvillc, Memphi. Mobile, and X'ew Orleans Express leaves Nashville- - 6iX P M Arri...

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. — 12 May 1866

"5!PIPr"GSBasBnWBiMaW - -if '; -- '- .' 1 .5tr j i V vid ' ' ' 'I . - , ! V 1 - i . - - . jrzr , .. -- -1 . r mi: czAir.s r-scAi-r. rnoji assas- SIXATIOX. . . , The Rusfiian Jnvalidc of April 17,. con tains the following particulars redirecting the attempt upon the Emperor's life : Yesterday, the 10th, while tin- Emperor was walking in the Summer (ianlen, :t crowd assoiiiljled at the gale to sec hi.. Ma jesty enter his carriage. Among those poo plc,"who were animated with feelings of de votion and love toward the monarch, whose name is never mentioned hy any one except with expressions of respect and gratitude, there was a miwa-eantimeditaUng an attempt upon the most valuable life in Russia. Thank Heaven, the criminal design was not realized, and the page of Russian hUtory remain unstained by a panguinary deed of unprecedented ntrocity. The chroniclers of our time have been spared the distressing duty of handing down to iioslerity the tale of a nefarious act hitherto unknown in the ...

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. — 13 May 1866

1 nrttWJX? i : THE NASITVIIXE BAII.T XINIOX ANB AMERICAN. OGce, Uxiox 130 AirKXiCJtT Block, corner Church and Cherry ats., opposile tho Post OSes F. C. DTJNIVINGTON dc CO., EDITORS Jfc PROPRIETORS. .t Voluntary cotnmunIcaUnas, containlnBintercst nir or important news, t Visited from any quarter. News letters from tbo various counties of the State especially desired. All communications should le addressed to the " Editors of the Union jucd America." tms: Daily ; iU Off Tri-Weckly. 7 00 Proportionate rates for shorter periods. Subscriptions invariably In adtanee. NASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, jVIAY 13, 1866. VOLUME XXXIII. NO. 135. DAILY UN TON AMERICAN I Pinion and Stmmcan. MI.VDAY, MAY 13, IMHI. x.irrri:K rito.ti maj. j. it. McC'axx. TIic following interesting letter from Maj. J 11. McCann now and for many months imprisoned at Knoxvillc by the tyrany of the present Lrownlow government appears in the Gattile of this city. It speaks for iteolf : Knoxvili.e Jail. May 10, 1SCC My cac ha...

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. — 13 May 1866

"BY F. C. DTTNimiGTOir & CO. Dally, 811; TrMVecItlr.87; Weekly, 8.1. nuxay, may is, isoo. II1E IRTOEKLYOIOX AXDliiEKICAX, I'ubliidted every Tuesday, Thursday nml flat urday, each number containing the matter of two Datics, is ntw being iiiuod from our office to mpply the wants of that largo cUm of readers who arc cot tatUfied with a Weekly mid arc not situated to take a Daily, l'ricc $7 per annum, fabsrription taken for any time at that rate. ovk oirrsmr. pacia Fibst Paor. Letter from Major McCanu Death of a Noted Rebel Spy A Double Sedue- ticn, ote. FoUETH Paos. Our Charishedi Dead Letter frjui Ata Hirtz, etc. ITE-IH OF OEXERAI. SEWS. The Senate, in "Executive session, has con firmed tbo nomination of Henry A. Smytho to bo Collector of Customs for tho District of Now York, vice Preston King, deceased. Athe investigation into the affairs of tbo Merchants' National Bank of Washington ox- tends, tho nioro is tho complete rottenness of tbo concern exhibited. It bos transpired that ...

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. — 13 May 1866

NDMIAY, 31AY IS, 1800. THE CITY. AllKIVAX. ANI nKPAKTUIin OI TIIK Tit A INS. LeuitvSlle and KathtiUe JUiilrond. Leaves Nashvllloat 7:15 A M 3:30 V M Arrive til Louisville 0:00 P M S:(J0 A M Leave Louisville at T.oi) A .M ... 7:00 P M ... 1:15 1' M - h J3I) A M .. tWw A M Arrive at Nashville iiti ......... Leaves (Jailntin - Arrive! nt Nashville Leaves Nashville Arrived at Gallatin- 8:Si A M - 4:40 1' M .. G:I0 1' .M Kathfille and Ckatianooaa Hailrond. Leaves Nashville at 7:30 A M Arrives nt Chattanooga MO I JL1 Leaves Chattancoga-... . 0:00 A M Arrive ntNasbvlllc 4:00 P M Leaves Naehrille 5:30 1' M Arrives t Chattanooga 3:40 A M l.cavoe Clisttanooen 8:45 1 M Arrives at Nashville-. 0:41 A M Jfaihville nod Decatur Huitroad. Hiintivllle nnd Larkirnvillo Mall Dally, except huiway Leave NaAvillc 9-JX) A M Arrives at Decatur ........:....... 0:05 1 M Leaven Daeatur- 6:M A M Arrives at Nashville 2:00 I M HunUvillc, Memphis, Mobile, ami New Orleans Kxnrce Leaves Nashville- 8iV 1 M Arrives a...

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. — 13 May 1866

Pinion iu SwMtaui. ovn ciiEitisnr.n nn. Thursday, the 27th of Apr!, was devoted if tbe women of tho South t the pious doty of repair in: the hitherto neglected craves of thclrcountry men who perished in tho lato war. Thatday had, by enmrnon content, been set apart for this holy work Tho people do not yet possess tho means to gather up tho honored ashc of their heroic kindred and deposit them in )iniotinc cemctcricF, but they could re-form tho monnd benrath which they reposed and scatter flowers upon their butnblo resting places. This has now been dono with tender hands and moistened eye. In Home instance) the craves of the Federal dead were not forgotten or neglected, as havo been the craves of the Confederates who fell at Gettysburg and iSharpsburg. When generations have pawed nw&y, this custom, so beautiful and appropriate, will be kept np by their descendants. The bells will be tolled then as now, and prayers will be ut tered, and oGerincs of flowers will bo laid upon the car...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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