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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 15 May 1866

K C. ITOT"TXGTOX & EDITORS A PROPRIETORS. CO., Voluntary communicatlnss, containing inte rest cc or important nsws, sdiiited from any quarter. News letters from tbi various counties of the ?tate especially desired. AH communications should o addressed to tho " Editors of the Umox and American." lUeiSBnBHBSXSBgSBSBlSJBMaSSSSMSSBMTl Pinion ami Swn'uan. TUESlsAY, MAY 15, lsn. iMio'i:r.ii.(is or tiii: mvo.ttavs ItHJUTJi" CONVENTION IN SEW Yomt. Speeches by Luerelia Mott. E. Cody Stanton. II. "W. Bcceher and Others Curious Doings in the Convention A Shrill Demand for the Ballot fer 'Women. The Woman's Kiglits Oinvcntiou met a few ilays since at tlic church of the ptiri- tana (l-ir. Clifcvern) with a very large attendance. Mr. Elizaiicth Caely Stanton, a fine, portly, middle-aged woman in a black silk dress, and nliort, lifjlit curls, with a bloc ribbon in her hair, occupied the chair. Uon the platform were Mrs. Martha Wright, of Auburn; Krnectinc L. Rose, Mrs. Winchester, Mr. Oage, 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. — 15 May 1866

BY F. C. DUlfNEGTON & CO. Dally, 8 ; TrlWockly, 87 ; WH-kly,jtW. TCESDAT.3IAY 15, ISOO. orn ostsiih: VAitVJi. TitiT 1'At.t-. Proceedings of tie Wnmaii'r Rights Convention in New York. rot ETii Pack. lUH)rt of the New York Cham ber of Commerce on the Cotton Tax. ITKJIS OK JtXEU.ll. XKAV.S. - It uproars that .tho Government is iroing nhcad with preparations for tho trial of Jefferson Davis. lie has been informed officially that it is the intention of the Government to bring about a spccJy trial. The House Judiciary Committee, n the meantime, arc continuing their investiga tions, by examining witnesse in regard to bii alleged connection with the lusauination plot. As toon as the committee hare finitlicd their invo ligation on this subject, they will make their re ort to the House and immediately thereafter steps trill bo taken to have the trial proceed. A latcrdi-.- patch says Judge Underwood, of the U. 6. 1)i itrict Court for th o Eastern district of Vi rginla,has a rri v cd at AY...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 15 May 1866

itnifln and SVwmnuu TUUSDAY, MAY IS, 160. T HE CITY . AKKIVAI. ANI I.EI'AKTUKE OI' Till: TKAIXN. Ixiuiitille nnd Xathtilte hmlrond. Loaves Nashville at 7:45 A M frM P 31 fKO0 1 31 - WW A M - 7:00 A M , 7:00 I 31 4:45 1' M - 5:30 A 31 A ceommitdut inn. Arrives at Louisville Missive Louisville at Arrives at Nashville. Leaves Gallntin---Arrive at Nashville- fts. A 31 8:65 A M 4:40 1 31 0:40 P 31 Leave Nashville Arrivts at Gallatin Xn.hriUr nnd Chattanooga llailrond. Lcavoi Nashville at ..... 7::!0 A 31 Arrivia at Chattanooga & 1' 31 Leaves Chattanooga 0:00 A 31 Arrive at Nashville- 4: ' M Leave Nashville- - Sao 31 Arrives at CliatlnneeKa - 3:40 A 31 Leave Chttnnjra - 8:15 I 31 Arrives at Nashville 0:4 A 31 Xathvitle nnd Derutur Hailntad. Huntcville ami Larkinsvillc Jlail Daily, except Sundays Leave Nashville 9W A 31 rrtvee at Deeatur : 1' 31 Leave Deeatur- 6:31 A 31 Arrives at Naehviile 00 I SI Huntsvillc, Memphis. 3Inbilc. nnd Now Orleans Leave Narfiville-- -i! 8:30 V 31 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. — 15 May 1866

Union mu mtxxan. rtPORT orriii. r.w yoric ciiam nr.K of coxncicri: ox the cot- TOX,TAX. . . From tlic New York Timet, ve obtain the following report of tlie Committee specially appointed to consider and reiwrl upon tlie .roposeu tax on cotton, it will ie lotinu wtli interesting antl instructive. Tlie (jiiph- tion involved is one oi vital intcrc.t to the South : The Committee apiointed by the Cham ber of Commerce to ''consider .the effect of proposed tax by Congress of 5 cents per Kund on cotton," beg to report; They feel that the subject is one of vast interest to that section of tlie country in which cotton is grown, of great national concern, and es pecially worthy of consideration in view of the political state of the South. . They assume that in an enlightened com munity of merchants, the iiiijtorlance of dealing justly with the South at the present juncture will be deeply felt; and adopt ai the sentiment of this community, that if any error is committed in our national legis la...

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. — 16 May 1866

'fiariTifVii"r'''A- F. . IUNXTNGTON Sr CO., EDITORS Jt PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communicatlnns, containing Intcroft ag or important news, wllrfted from any quarter. SSfvt letters from tfco various counties of the State specially desired. Allcflramnnication ehoald li nddrecl to the " Editors of the Umox asp AmerIca." Pinion ami Snmifan. Vi:i).M-SIAY, MAY 10, 1MI0. the ciiui l'ltosi'ixrrs. Our information from all portions of the .State is that both corn and cotton are being injured by the cut-worm. The prcsont spell is very unfavorable. Corn and cotton, even when the htand is Rood, grow very slowly. The Rome, Ga., Courier says that in that section, and also in adjoining counties of Al abama, a large number of planter are plow ing up their cotton on account of the bad stand. A good deal of the seed that came up, soon died from being too old or from other cause. The Courier addt: " Besides this, the prospective tax of five cents a pound on cotton so disheartens the planters that they hav...

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. — 16 May 1866

Ml BYF. C. DUNHTNGTON' & CO. OMty, Trl-Wet-fcly, 17; Weekly, 83. WEDXESBAY, MAY 10, 1S00 THE IRMIEEEKLY I'MOX AND AMERICAN, Publ! hed every Tuosday. Thursday and Sat u. Jay. each numbw oontaininc tho matter of two Dailic.-', in new bcins issued from our office to supply the wants of that larso claw of readers who arc not satisfied with a AVccltly and uro not stunted to t.iko a Daily. Price' $T cr annum. Suhx-rtptien taltcn Tor nny titno at that rate. Ol'It OirrHIIlE PAUEN. ilBST l'ion. The Crop Prospect': The Course of PrKf -: Items; ATnnt of Consistcncj, ThoFirtt Ci.c of Cholera in New York, etc. TurKTll lAOn. The Supreme Court; Is Criim l.no Rceaminc Extinct? Conscripts of France, etc. ITEMS OF UENEKAI. XEWS. - Concerning the trial of 3Ir. Davis, AVashiwr ton dispatches soy he was net indicted under the f peciil direction of the .administration, but the step was taken under the direction of Judge Un dcrv'ood and the United States District Attorney. Chandler, with the understan...

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. — 16 May 1866

rriii'ii Mnim and uxUmi WKDSISDAY, MAY Id. IMlO. 'P mi -it m "at IJ1 Cj O JL 1 akkivai. axi nmMUTimn or txii: TIUISS. Lmni'niUt and XathoilU IluilroaJ. Laave Nosbrflle at 7:1 A AI Arrive at Imin ille I.caicc Louisville at Arrives ut Nashville (7tHHn Arntminodntinn. Leaves Qui latin .. Arrive at Nashville -WW A M . 7:(M A .M 7.-00 ' M 4: P M . fe39 A M &. A SI H:iV A 51 Leaves Jiathvillo.. ...... 4:10 Y M Arrives at Gallatin - 6:40 V 51 JVlulcifrorw Clutttanoopa Jlixtlromi. Leaves iauviMe at Arrives nt Chattnneoga .. Loaves Chattanooga Arrives ntNafivifte - Leaves Nashville Arrive nt Chattanooga. Leaves Chttma Arrive at Nashville...., 7ri A SI W Y 51 0:00 A 51 4KW Y 51 Mfl P 51 3:40 A 51 8- Y 51 G- A 51 X'lthviUe ami Deetitur llnilrrmtl. lluntsrille and Larkinsvllle Mall I).iily, except .uixiays Leaves Nashville .. 00 A SI Arrive? at Deeatur.- - C.-05 1 51 Leave DeoatHr. 6:20 A 51 rrives at NuMivIlle 2.-O0 1 51 IlHRtsville. Memphis. Mobile, and New Orleans Leaves Nashville SiTO 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. — 16 May 1866

Ir Stttiott and Stmmjcatt. THE SUPREME COURT. Thclilstory of the Supreme Court of tlie United States may be divided into four pe riods. Tlie first, vrhiclt we may call the original or formative period, extends from 17851 to the accession of Chief Justice Mar shall, and include the terms of the two Chief Justice, Jay and Ellsworth. The original members wore Jay, of New York, Utitledgc, of South Carolina, dishing, of Masac)iiicit, Wilson, of Pennsylvania, Ulair, of Virginia, and Harrison, of Mary land. Cmhing was the only one who re mained on the bench at the close of John Adams' administration. Judge Iredell came on the bench in 1700. T. Johnson, in 1791, Patterson in 1793, Ellsworth in 1795, S. Chase in 1790, IJ. Washington in 179S, and Moore in 1799. All but the last two were appointed by Washington. The second period begins with 1801, simultaneously with the jiolitical revolution which, brought Mr. Jefferson to the Presi dency, and embraces nearly the whole term of Chief Justice M...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 17 May 1866

a DAILY UNION AND AMERICAN, 3IK NASIIVlT.Tj: DATT.T TCWOtf AS AMERICAN-. OEce, Uxrox xxd Amikicax Block, corner Church and Cherry sts., opposite; the Post Oilee TESU3: TrWeeyIllV.'.'.'.. '.....LJl'l.'T W Wecily A 00 Proportionate ratej for shorter periods. Subscriptions invariably is advance. F. C. DVXmGTOX fc CO., EDITORS Jt PROPRIETORS. Voluntary commumcatinns, containing interest nc or important news. jli:itod from any quarter. News letter from the various counties of the Stntc especially desired. VOLUME XXXIII. NASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1S66. All communications should be addressed to tbe NO. 13S " Editors of tlio U.vms Ambcicix." Pinion nwt SVmjcviciin. TIll'It.NIsAY, J1AV 17. XMMI. " A tJKAlMIIO I'KTUltll "Beaumont" is the eiiplioncoug name of one of the Radical leaders in Mcnilii. lie wants every one diafrancliifol who firwl a gun in the rebellion. But this is not all he wants'. Under the metropolitan police law, he wants the salary and perquisites of tlie best o...

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

h x8x nu &nmnx. BY F. C. DUlTNINGTOlf & CO. llalljC"-- TrtVpekly,87; Weekly, 83. TIIt"Il.SIAY,MAY 17, 1SCO. TOE TR1-WEEEKLY UMOX AXD A1IEKICAX, Pubr-hed every Tuesday. Thureday and Sat urday, each number containing the matter of Inn l'ailir , 13 new being issued from our oflicc (o tupply the vrauU of that large cla of readers who ure not tatisficl with a Weekly ami arc not tituatod to lake a Daily. Price $7 cr annum, fwbscription taken for nny time at that rate'. orit i tsiih: imoiis. IsKjT Pa'.e. A Graphic Picture The Cry for Bind Items Another Kcw State A Methodist I niou Convention, etc. ForrTH Paqe. TheBleseed Hand Letter from Erltk Pomcroy, cle. ITHMK OP (ICVKIMI, ni:ivn. Oen D. II. Cooper, C. S. A.. ha been par doned by the President, upon the recommenda tion of several U. 5. officer. The special Uoute Committee authorized to investigate the Memphis riot, have left fur that city, accompanied by the offiolal reporter of the JL.ouc to take a verbatim report of all the ev...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 17 May 1866

hUmw unit American. TI I UltS DAT, III AY IT, IRfifl. X JUL Hi j X X L . AltltlVAI., ANI IlKIMKTUKi: Ol' Till TKAIXS. ljnuivif( an'l A1Arie Htiilrond. Love Nashville at 7:K A M Mil) p M Arrives at Louisville f:00 P M SsM A M Lc-tves Ionisvillcat - - T:(I0 A M 1-M p M Arrives at Nhvillc P At 5:39 A M lFftwf'n AnnnmwIaUitn. Leaves Gallatin ffj& A M Arrives at .Nashville.-.-.... ... &K A 1! Leaves Nashville 4rf0 M Arrives at (lallatin. . MO P .M .YoWiriYiV nnrt ChnUiimtftfhi Hailrentl. Leaves Nashville at 7-SO A M Arrives nt Chattanooga.... Leaves Chattanoora Arrives at Nashville Leaves Nachville Arrives at Chattanooga Leaves Chattanooga Arrives at Nashville SOU) p M OrOO A M - 4:00 1' M 5J0 M 3:10 A M SMS P .! - ftlr. A -M iVaAeWe i Drcnlur Hailronl. llunUvillc and Larkinsville Mail Daily, except ounuays Leaves Nashville ftSO A M Arrives at Doentur iWft P M Leaves Decatur. .... ...... 6:3) A M Arrives at Nashville - 100 I M Huntsvltlc, Mem phi-. Mobile, ami New Orleans isxprcs...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 17 May 1866

JUnion and wwrian. Tns following-beautiful poem tras cnt by the Lifted author to the great Fair held at IJsltiinore a. yhort tiuic ago, fortho benefit of the -uflering ieoilcof the South. It wan printed in pamplct form, and a large amount realized from iff pale: THE ULESSED HAND. There in a legend of an KnglUh M onk, n ho d i td at tho Jlonoitcry of Aremborg, where lie had co lied and illuminated mon IhwiWb, Imping to le rnirnrdisl in Heaven. Lone after Ilia death hij tomb was opened, ami nothing could be fecii of his remains but the right hand, with winch he had done hia piom work, and which had been miracu lously preserved from decay. For you and ico who lorothe lisht Of (lod'H tincloistcrcd day. It were, indeed, a drear' lot. To tout ourpctrc away l'roio every clad and sunny thine And pleasant light and sound. And paw. from out a silent cell. Into the silent ground. Not so the good monk, Amlem, thought. For in his cloister's shade. The cheerful faith that lit hi heait Its own swe...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 18 May 1866

tlimttn'TAmmSimm F. C. DU.VXTTtJTOAT A CO. EDITORS 4 PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communicatlniis. containing interest nc or Important news, kH sited from any quarter. News letter from the various counties of tb Mate especially desired. All communications rhould bo addressed to tli " Editors of the Unio and Amkbicax." MBmesBBsaBBraaeHSBaBEBHSEsnsBeuiiuuiiijaa Pinion ujuI Smcvican. rmn.iY, may is. ist;o. imiekidext johxsox. HIS INTERVIEW WITH THKCORRESPON DENT OF THE LONDON TIMES. A 'IcnrorVIewrilir Irr:lilcufN Policy The following Is the Idler of the 'Wash ington correspondent of (he London Timet, Riving the particulars of an interview with 1'renident Johnson. It will lie read with grant interest lxith in Europe and America, J he jIiwmw mjf, editorially: W e know not whether otir sensitive cousin) would like to have this regarded .n an appeal to the pub He opinion of the world, and to thconc"fleli and hlood" of all nations and realms, but we are assured that the President gave full per mi...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 18 May 1866

-,r -i -- - - fl H l Elliott and gr-mgyfann. BYRC. BUmnNGTON & CO. Dnlly, Trt-WecUlr,87; Weekly. S3. rIlAY, MAY IS, 1SOG. THE TRI-IpYEEEKLY t'MOS AND A5ERICIX. Publi.-lied every Tuosday. Thursday ami Sat urday, cacli number containins the matter of two Dailies is nw being iwuod from our ollicc to tupply the wants of that large cla.s of reader who aro not satisfied with a Weekly and are not Htuatod to take a Dally. Price $7 er annum. ''ulMcriptiuu taken for any time at that rate. orit orrsuu: imoks. Fikst Ptm:. A View of President JohnHin's TjIicj A New Coloni Uion Scheme. FoCrtii Pii:. Tho Wear and Tear of Labor .canta Anna and Maximilian A Children' Ru- rcan Shall Wo Innuit Them, etc. itkjis op ;xf.uai. xf.ws. John Minor BetU publishes a proposition for reconstruction, whieh ho lias ont to members of of ConsreM. He re.ard the present plan passed bythoHoufo as worse than a failure, He pro ves to n'unidy pass a law. cmbracin. an oath to fce taken by all men of twcnty-Bive years a...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 18 May 1866

Mwhw nurt American rninAY, may is, isaa. THE CITY. .VltltlVAI. AI nrPABTTKC OF Tim Tit A I. IN. Amiiril mt XiutviHr Ilailrond. Lmm Nashville at f.Vt A .11 IkX) I Arrive at Louisville. Leaves l.omsvillc at Arrive at Nnbville.. :) 1' M .VW1 A M T.-00 A XI 7:(H I' M AM 1' M fcM A M Lseves Gallatin fi:5S A M Arrives at Nashville - fi-M A M Leave Niwlivlllc 4:18 I'M Arrive at (lallatin 6sM I' M nthriUe and GV.ofMfcoa Iltilrend, T.MVM X'n.1illle At . Arrives at Chattanooga Loaves Chattanonsa - Arrive! at Nashville Leave Nastivllle Arrive! at Chattanoga.. Loaves Chattanooga Arrive! at Nashville- .. Mm 1' .. ftW) A . 4:00 I' &) . 3:) A . 8:45 1 . Ir: A XtxtheMt 'tnd I)ctttur IlnilrmtJ. HunUville and Larlcinsville Mail Daily, except turxlaje Leave Nashville . 07) A M Arrive at Decatur 0:06 1' M Leave Decntur. .. 6:1)0 A M Arrhesat Nashville- - 20 I' M Huntsville, Memphis. Mobile, awl New Orleans t.xpre-s Leav Nashville- 8:30 1' M Arrive at Deeatur-. 4:40 A .M l.eives Deeatur - S:"0 I M 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. — 18 May 1866

THE WEAR AND TEAR-OF. LABOR, The New York Eounil JhMc thus dwells tipon the wear and tear of city life among nil classes of people: Ministers who have exhausted every spnrk i'f vitality until it is A himleti to drag jlicii' 'Itcs Into the pulpit; lawyers who 'ate set at naught every principle of health in the race forsucccxnand wealth ; professor who have reduced themselves to mere bun dles of nerves: and businessmen who have trespassed as far as human strength will siifTer all rush from thir studies and offices expecting to gather an increment of life which will make good the loss of long months of uninterrupted toil. It is this de lusion which is filling the country with pre maturely old men and women, which is run ning the jeople, and which will in time ma terially u fleet the host interests of the nation. The people are literally wearing them cclve out. They go round and round like machine, as though muscle and lxinc and fiber could withstand the wear of iron and Kteel. Any thin...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 19 May 1866

V p. c. dtjnningtox & co EDITORS Sc PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communicatees, containing Interest- r imtiortnnt tiioi irllMtcd from any quarter. Xews letters from ti various counties of the Mte especially desired. All communications should bo addressed to the " h Kl'"'"'"llll M 1 1 II Pinion and gmnirnn. s.iTimiAY. may in. ison. TJtlAI. OK MR. DAVIN. Vmm thn Cincinnati Hnunirer.l Tlic 2Yme, of this city, has ceased to take any miuruii in me inai 01 -ur. uai. Tlicrc has Leon no iniicli hesitation and com plication attending this matter, and the case iias Leeji so long delayed, that iUelf, as well as the people, has become inuiucront to me trial. The latest telegraph news from Wash ington as to the bundling character of the . . . . . r T- 1 il miiictnicnl against .air. i;avis, ami inu grumbling of the llcpublicans thereat, will only increase the indifference generally felt concerning the trial. The Times re marks : " But really, where can a competent, jury be found to try Mr. Davis? A...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 19 May 1866

Mb BY F. C U2vTNINGT0 & CO. llally, 8H t TrMYeoUlr.87; Weekly. 83. S.VTCKIIAV, MAY 1, IRflO. THE IKI WEEEKLY FSIOX AND ASERIMJ. i. ' !' hcd every Tucedaf, Thursday nrnl Sat ur 17, f ;uh nmnbr-.r containing the matter of two Datlic u uw being iwuod from our office to t-jplly tho wants or that largo class of readers who aro nut satisfied with a Weekly and arc not situated to take a Daily, l'rico $7 per annum. ' inscription taken for any time at that rate. OI K OL'TNIDi: I'AGUS. Kiusr I'ju.k.-TiU! of .Mr. Davis The Di-euv-ciy cf Prc-t iii Kins' Body- National Banks Met Litw. cn .Mr. Davit auJ Hit Wife, etc. Fi 2 a l'i(.r.. Buy Land Caue of dime Genera? 'jrjiit and Slavery, etc. ITI'.MS or OCXHRAI. N'i:v.s. The movement of Santa Anna and Secretary Seward arc creatine no little stir. Washington dbpatches ay it i known that Santa Anna came to this country through the influence of Secretary Seward. Ho was expected last week, Friday, at which time, it wat telegraphed over the country th...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 19 May 1866

HATCRDAY. 31 AY 10, 1S00. THE CITY. akuivaland ii:iAUTimK or run TRAINS. LnuitlU nnd XeuhttiU Jlailraad. I,cvm Nashville at J" A M ... 1- .11 ftflO P M W A M - 7:00 A M Arm or nt Louisville Lesvc; Louisville at 7:00 P M Arrives at Nashville . i:V P M . trSM A M Gnllnlin Aervmmoilntion. Loaves Gallatin..--. : A M Arrives at Nashville 8' A M Leave Nashville t - AM P M Arrives nt Gallatin.- 0:10 P ..1 y,tl titlr and Ckutlanoutn ituitrond. I ....... V..l-!11, t 7-Jl A M Arrives at Chattanooga Leaves Chattanooga Arrive nt Nashville Leaves Nashville Arrives nt Chattanooga.. Leaves Cliattaiioostt Arrives at Nashville fe30 P M WW A M no l M feSO P M S:'0 A M S:4S P M - 0:15 A M XiihvilU ami J)eeatnr llnilrond. Huntsville and Larkinsrillo Mail Daily, except Sundays. Leave. Nashville 90 A M Arrives at Decatur- P M Leaves Decatur. . 6:30 A M Arrives at Nashville 20 P M Huntsvllle. Memphis. Mobile, and New Orleans Express Leaves Nashville . 8:30 P M . 1:10 A M . SsOO P M . 4:35 A M Arrives at D...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 19 May 1866

HTJV I-ANIl i Wc would counsel no man to run In debt, and no poor man to invest hi little all where it will not contribute to his sustenance or be available in case of need ; yet we can not help urging every landless man to be come owner of kohic spot of earth so wxin jw may be. Land is (still amazingly cheap in most parts of our country, and is not des tined to remain to. Immigration is very heavy; we are all nick of war; and our pop ulation increases at a rate which will double it every twenty years. The common notion that we have still an enormous area of ara lile Mil unappropriated i a mistake. Vt of Kansas and Nebraska -that is 300 miles cf the Miotiri -there is little good land. Tho central table lands of our continent lie ho high as to be cold and frosty, anibin sum mer are parched by peinii'tent, pitiless drouth, liven were not the lack of timber a erious obstacle to settlement, not one acre iu .ifty could be rendered productive without irr.gation and artesian wells; and thc...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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