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

F. C. DUXXIXGTOX A CO., EDITORS PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communicatinits, contalnlngintercst- ng or important nsws, sc)i:itcd from any quarter. News letters from tie various counties of tho State especially desired. All communications should La addressed to the " Editor of tho Ukio.v imi Americas.' 3tfnton and gwurian. SVMIAY, JIAY 20, IS(HI. A (JOOI) AIHIIilXS. Among the very few men who take a (so ber and well-studied view of the condition of afliura in our State, is Mr. Frazier, the ahle Senator from Knox District. He lias recently issued an addretu to the people of Tennessee, replete with good sense and wholesome advice. We copy the address below, and bespeak for it an attentive peru sal : Fellow Citizkxs : It may he thought u uu prcsiuiipiuoiia in me 10 auuroM you. Having never had any political notoriety in the State, you may well ask what claims I have upon -our attention, that I should presume to oficr my advice, or give my opinion. 1 iiavconly to answer Hint 1 liavc, with you...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 20 May 1866

3j -ydWB8i,.c. mm - tuw anil gunninnt. BY F. C. PUNirDfGTON & CO. Dnlly, 814 ; Trl-WfcUly, 87 : Weekly, 8.T. ' SUXDAY, JhT.iY 20, lijtiU. THE TRMYEEEKLY IMO.N' AND AHERIUX ruli'i hcd every Tuesday. Thursday and Sat-K.-dav. racli number containing tho matter of two Dailies. Is imw boinc iwuod'from our office to supply the wants of that larpc class of readers who are not satisfied with Weekly and are not situated to take a Daily. Price $7 per annum, nbfription taken for any time at that rate. oi k oPTsini: i'.tjrs. First I'aut. A Good Address False Calves Cmscrvntitm in Maryland Deaih of tho Oldort Inhabitant, etc. Forum Pjiar.. Katy Lee and Willie (Iray A Dctperate Man Subdued by Chloroform An East Iniia Experiment, etc. iti:mk or jc.vr.KAr. xkws. Representative Kasson, of Iowa, as Chair man of the House Committee on Coinage, Weights nnd Measures, has prciiarod a report in favor of a uniform system in this regard, and representing tho metric, or French system, for ccncral adop ti...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 20 May 1866

itnifln and American. SUNDAY, MAY 20. ISG0. THE CITY. VRIUVAI. AXI liKPARTIJRE OF Till: TRAI.VN. I sl.m3L- -J Kn.lmiUe lutilrond. Leses Nashville at :i; A .11 Wm I' M (i.m 1 M Amvc at Intikiviltr WW A M Lcitc louisiillc at 7: A M :(,) I' M 4145 1 M Arrives at XiudiMllo NAM OnHntia .InuMMyliiliM, Lcr.vc Gallatin &S5 A M Arrives nt Nalhvllle.. SjK A M 4:40 I M 0-40 1' M Leaves Kasnno... Arrived nt (lallatin..... Xmhnille and dmnannaf' llnilronil. Leaver Nathville at 7:30 Arrives at Cliattanooim - gsgo Leave Chnttaneoga ftOO Arrives at Nashville Leaves Nashville . r I-na I f " ll -1 1 1 1 Tl f"t 4:00 &M 3:40 Leaves Chattanooga- Arr,vc t Aa"liviue (IS Xntheilte nwf Drrnlur llnilronil. lluiilsvillc and Larkinsville Mall Daily, except Sundays Nashville ..- 90 A M rnesnt Decatur - &05 1' M Lea vi s DixMitur ............. . 6:'J) A M Arrives at Nashville- - 00 1' M Huntsvillc. Memphis, Mobile, and New Orleans Express Leaves Nashville. !fc P M Arrives at Decatur 4;40 A M Leaves 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. — 20 May 1866

D Linton and &mrian. Ix the line of the badutifully simple, here is nothing in the English language that mir passw the following. To be nppreciatetl it must be taken as a whole, and read from the fir a to ilie last line : k.vtii: m:h am ivim.ii: ;r.AV. Two brown heads, with tossing curK HoJ lips thiittinc over pearl. Bare lect, while and wet with dew. Two cyos black nnd two cyos blue, Littlo hoy an J cirl.wcro they, Katie Leo and Willie Uray. They were standing whure a brook. Hemline like a shepherd's crook. Flashed its silver, and thick ranks Of willow fringed iu banks Half in thought ami half in play. Katie Lee and Willie Uray. They had checks like cherries red ; He was taller, mott a bead hc, with arms liko wreaths of 'now. Swung a basket to and lro, lAs they loitered, half in play.) Chattering to Willie Gray. " Pretty Katio," 'Willie said. And there fame a dash of red Thrauch the brownew of his cheek : "Boys are strong and cirlf ate weak. And I'll carry, so I will, Katie's b...

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. — 22 May 1866

TUT. NASITVIIXJ. D.II.i' irjnos ASB AMERICAN. ' '' ' OSce, Usro.t ass Amisxcax Block, corar Church and Cherry its., opposite the Pos OtScs tibhs: F. C. DFXXIXGTO? Jfc CO., EDITORS i PROPRIETORS. DAILY Voluntary communicatees, contalnlnglntercst ng or important news, xliritol from any quarter. News letters from the various counties of the tnte especially desired. All communications should bo addressed to the Editors of the Uxios asi Ajucmoak." Dally $14 00 Tri-Weekly-Weekly i-Weekly 7 00 VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, MAX 22, 1866. 3 00 NO. 142. Proportionate rates for shorter periods. Subscriptions invariably In ad vanes. UNION AND AMERICAN. Uq and g,wvuun. TI'KSI.AY, 3IAYS3, INIllt. AV1RGIMAXAT I'ORTKKSS MOXKOK. A Ix)oU nt Sir. I)uvl nml n Talk vtlfli lite wire. From the Richmond Examiner. AVc have from the lips of a Virginia gen tleman, who, within the Inst week, visited Fortress Monroe, the citadel that holds Jef ferson Davis, a narrative of the inner domes tic lif...

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. — 22 May 1866

g BY F. C. JPlJirDfGTON & 00. Dally, 814; TrJ-Weckly, 87; Wwkljr.&C TL'ESOAY, 2IAY 22, ISOO. THE TCMTIEEKLY FMOX AXD ASEKICAS, Tul'i. hcJ every Tuotday. Thursday ami Sat urday, caih uuinbcr containing the matter of two Dnilic. is new being iwniod from our office to tupply the wants of that largo class or reader who aro not satisfied with a Weekly and are not eitui.ted to take a. Daily. Trice $7 per annum. .it: .i ft Ion taken for any time at that rate. orn otjtsim: imues. r.r-:l". A Virginian's Yioit to Initios' Jtinrc Private Opinion ot the Radical; Cot -tu Til - Political Situation Northern Mission ary, ct r. .z RTit Rioc Great French II owe Exhibit ion , ITE1IS OP GENERAL XEH'N. Rer. J. P. B. Wilder, a native of Virginia, latterly JHmion&ry Bishop of Alabama, was unanimouidy elected Diocoean of Louisiana, as successor of Bishop Polk. The utatonicnt in Mind of the newspapers, that the President has ordered the arrest of the officer of the Frccdmcu's Bureau encased in c...

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. — 22 May 1866

Mwhw Hurt &nman TtirsnAY. may 22, isho. THE CITY. AllRIVAI, AMI nCPAKTUKi: OI" Tin; TKAIXS. luitHlf tind XaihrilU Jlni ilrvtuK Lmvm Nashville at - ... 7:15 A M ... 6m ! M Arrives at LojTwville Lcivim Loui'iille at - . ........ fi:O0 I' M 5:00 A SI 7rfW A M 7:00 1' M Arrive at Na-hviHe- 4: P si . 5ffifl A M Leaves Gallatin C:M A M Arrives at Nahvlllc... 8aSf. A M Leave Nahv11le M I M Arrives at Gallatin (kit) P .M Xaiheilte and OmtturtMffa Jlnllrond. Leaves Nashville at - "S A M Arrives Rt Chattanooga 5W 1' M Leaves Chattanooga k0 A M Arrives at Nashville 4:00 1' M Leaves Nashville fcTO P M Arrives at Chattanooga .1:10 A .M Leaves Chattanooga 8:45 1 M Arrive at Nashville - 6:41 A ,M Xathville and Deeatur Ilnilraad. IlunUvillc and Larkinsville Mail Daily, except Sundays Leaves Nashville 0:50 A M Arrives at Doeatur 6:05 P M Leaves Decatur- 6:20 A M rrircs at Nashville. 2:00 P JI Huntsville, Memphis, Mobile, and New Orleans Express Leaves Nashville- 8:30 P M Arrives at Decatur 4:40 ...

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. — 22 May 1866

Linton and guaman. GREAT FRENCH HORSE EXIIiniTIOX Gamma, the Paris ronTC.pondent of tbe New Orleans Picayune, gives the following account of the great horse exhibition in that city, last month : When I first came to Pari there were not to ho seen a dozen tolerable pair of horses in the Avenue ded Champs Elysces. After you had seen Lord Seymour's Lord Howden's, Mr. CorbinV, Mons. Fould's and Baron Dar n's equipages, you saw nothing but wretch ed fades dragging lumbering vehicles, which looted like damned souls doing penance for 4 the foul crimes done in their days of na ture." How changed all this is, thoc read era who have visited Paris recently know. The Avenue dea Champs Elyseca is now thronged with beautiful pairs of horses. They are drawn neither from England (it is true the very best of them are brought across the channel), nor from Germany, but from Normandy. This breed of horses lias been so improved as to furnish now as hand some carriage horpes as ever 1 have seen. The Kint...

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. — 23 May 1866

P. C. BTJNXIXGTOX d: CO., EDITORS Sc PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communications, containing interri ng or important news, relished from an? quarter. News letter from tie various counties of the Mule especially desired. All communications riirtuld be nddrcmod to the Kditemnf tho Unmix and American." Ut anil am'trau. wi:i.vi-siay. MAY 'Ml, isr.c. TREASON AGAINST THE STATE. Tlir- Cnso f !.. WUIIniiiw.nl llniiilriilcr JIDGK SWAN'S CHAItflE TO Till: JURY. xovr.i. vn:ws rmix Tin: itr.Mii. Siato of TenneesccI Presentment fur treason in renut f tht Circuit Court of JelTer- DcWittC. Williams) son cn., April term, 183. ritESKXTMKXT. First Count Charges the defendant with levying war against the State of Tennessee. Secosu Count Charges the defendant with having enlisted in the anny of the so called Southern Confederacy for the iiur toxc of carrying on said war against the State. Tiiiud Count Charges that a vrar was wrongfully levied against the United States and to overthrow the Government thereof,...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 23 May 1866

Pinion iu Smcvian. 3Y F. C. DTOHTNGTON & COL Unity. Slit Trl-Wcfklr.7; WceUlyTsitt. WUIiXUMiAY. MAY 23. isr.fl." oitk onsini: iai:s. Fmsr P "Treason to lbcKtatr."a-illiii-tm-t 1 br th i-barge of Judge Swan ( 1 1 is jury. FoCftTH Pick. A Political General's Sol'ilo guy Meeting of the Danker, etc. itf.ms or i:m:iiat. skws. StHtie ii week ago !cn. Howard recommen ded to the President that where practicable tome officer in each of the Suutliern State be designa ted as DeptwttBeet Coimnsnd'r And Cofnmiseinn- er of tbc Freed men's Bureau, in order to bring about more hurmony of action between the mili tary nnd the agent of the Rurcau. The sugge" lion vre adopted at once with resect to Mis sissippi, awl orders hare just been issued fur car rying it into effect in Alabama and Georgia and both the Carolina?, Gen. Swayne will probably remain In Alabama, Gen. Dillsen in Georgia, and (;en. St route in South Carolina. Whether Gen. Ruger will remain in North Carolina is nut known. The War Dep...

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. — 23 May 1866

"Ttthut Pinion anil Slmmcnn. WKDXESDAY, 5IA.Y 2.1. !. THE CITY AllUIVAI. AXI) IiEI'AItTCKE Z' THE Tit AIMS. iMtinitl m .Vnthvitle. Itnilrnnd. Leaves Nahvilleat 7: A Jl &..) P M fi:1 I M Arrive nt Louisville . r lmifvillc at Arrive at Nashville . Wl A M THrt A M 7KJi) P M 4:tt P M . 5:39 A M fi:.V A SI . 8:55 A M 4:0 P M G1U P M Oafbtlin AretntM'dntian. Leaves Gallatin - Arrivci at Nashville. - .. Loaves Nashville - Arrive at allalln .VulfH7o nrnf CtttttUtWfgi Jlaitrond. Leaves Nashville at 7:30 A M Arrives nt Chattanooga Si) P M Leaves Chattanooga fi:(0 A M Arrive at Nahville 4:00 P M Leaves Nashville - fcflO P M Arrive at Chattanooga 3:10 A M Leave Chattanooga 8:15 M Arrives at Nashville 0:4 A II Xiuhvilte and Deenlur HhHiimiJ. HnnUville and Larkiiurillo Mail Dail except Sunday Leave Nashville MO A M Arrives at Deeatur fn&i P M Leave Deeatur. - 6:39 A M Arrirui at Nashville - -00 P M Hunlsville, Memphis. Mobile, and New Orleans Express Leaves Nashville. 8:30 P M Arrives at ...

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. — 23 May 1866

. ' - -- - " I"' miiiiMWi) Wgr-" ,Jr . ,. TTW tnion and &wmcan. A POLITICAL JE.N'EKAlV NOME. OO.IJY. From the Croase (Wiaeowriu) Democrat.) Wlii-r-r-r! How like a ifK'ket I went up, terrifvin;; tlio innocent. Sixit! llow like a slick falling in the mud did I conic down! When the rebellion began, 1 did not amount to to enough to add up and give one to earn. 1 was a sort of second-rate loafer, begging tobacco, standing around saloon and bar-rooms, waiting to lie treated by lib eral strangers. 1 had no clean stocking no nest home no inonev saved no credit no fine food, and but little coarse. "lint suddenly a star aroe!" l'rave men were wanted I had peddled whisky at the polls to elect men on the (jod-and-morality, re-txcnchmont-and-rcform-tickct I could tell a bigger lie and stick to it closer than any hungry jwlitician in the country, and the late administration noble administration gave me rich reward. I was made a captain, and like a blue-tailed bottle-fly I strutted about my na...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 24 May 1866

V. C. 1WNNINGTON & CO., RDITORfe A- PROPRIETORS. Voluntary onmuiunleatinn. containing JnUrest t,gor1mprtnt nsws, t tinted from any. quarter. News letter train tbn various counties of tho State especially dirod. All euwitiiinicationf raould be add reused totho " lMltw of tlic Usios asp Americax." :tfnion and 3 m mean. Til I'ItSI.VY, .MAY 21, IMHt. EUROPE. Additional I'nrllcului-. ly llic Culm rinnnclnl Helen of Terror in r.iiliiiul Immense I'allnros Tlio tlrcattst Panic Klnep IS25 TIip (rrmnu-Itnlinii Q,rtnrrcl AV.ir Almost Inevitable Kiih Hln nntl Tnrfcoy Arming The Am trlnu ItcliirorceiuciilH Tor Mexico I'rotest of the American Hiiilxtcr. The following details of tlic Cuba? news, in addition to what were given through our dispatches yesterday morning, will he found highly interesting. The London Time, of tlic 13th, say : In the Ltvcrixiol cotton market there was an increased panic at the commencement on Friday, hut Igm unstcodinefri at the cloe. At Manchester there was a comple...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 24 May 1866

BY F. C. DUOTNGTON & CO. Unity. 811: Trl.WfcUl3-.S7; Weekly, 8:1. TUt'KSDAY, MAY 21, 180G. m TIU-MEEEKLY TMOX AND AMERICAN. I'u"' led every Tuesday, Thursday anil at u.dav each number containing the matter of two Pai'.c . i- nw being i-'uol from our oflVo lo 'jri'ly the wants of that large clats of readers who arc twit satbfied with . Weekly mid arc not itusted to tnVo a Daily. Price $7 per annum, ubscription taken fur any time at that rate. OCR OUTSIDE P.WJr.S. rit P c. Latest European News- 'peeu luL.ij un the Coming Cotton Crop Santa Anna's lalk nith a Nesrspniier CorrepocJcnt. i":CT.tr PaBK A Look Into the Bureau iu .corgis, Frcedmcn'a Courts to he Abolished, etc. AnitmoNAX. particulars of the exciting foreign advices, by the Ciila, will bo found cn the firnt page. ITEMS OK exi:iiai. xews. A document has been received at Wasbing ton from Santa Anna, addressed to the public generally, and which he referred to the Govern ment beforo publishing in the newipapcrf, in which he st...

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. — 24 May 1866

fftmrni and gunman. THORSIlAY, MAY 21. 1ROI:. THE CITY. AKItlVAI. AXD HKI'AnTUKK OI Tin: 1 J t.V 7OHtci7f nf XaihrUte Hntirontl. Leave Nashville at : A .. 60 P AirivM at LouWtille Leave Louisville at Arruwat Nmdnlllc I' SKH A 7:00 A 7:( J' 4:15 P &jy A tUtlttiliA Armtmnuidtitlnn. Leaves 0 ill tin.-.-.-.. (Wii A rrivei at Nashville 8:65 A Leaves Nashville 4:40 1' Arrive! at Gallatin- . &) P jWiati7f narf CAirmra llaUroad. Leaves Nashville at ":. A M Arrives at Chattanooga KX) P M Leave Chattanooga VM A M Arrives nt Nashville 4:CO P M Leaves Nashville 1 Tk2Q P M Arriros nt Chuttnnooira 3:40 A M Leaves Chattanooga 8:15 P M Arrives at Nashville-.-.- 0:15 A M Jfn$hvillr ond itfrntur Jlailrotltl. Huntsvillc ami Larkintville Mail Daily, except Sundays Loaves Na..hvillo ft50 A JI Arrives at Decatur 6:05 P M Leaves Dcontur..- 6:20 A M Arrives at Nashville- - 200 P .M Huntsville, Memphis, Mobile, and New Orleans ExpreM Leave Nailiville SiM P M Arrived at Decatur-... 4:40 A M Leave Dec...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 24 May 1866

J r - " --r&jr,.--r.-. Pinion and glmsman. a look into Tin: nunr.Ar ix ji:oiusia. I'reettnicnN Court to lie AtsoHslied (run. Stood innn ntnl I'lillrt ttm nt Nn rtntmli. 1 - ii thi" i-Av,mnal) Ncw. Oenrrals Steediuan and Fullerlou, lm i jn titute a committee sent out by President I iIuhoii la investigate llic operations of the I rcediiien's Bureau in the Southern iStulo, held mi interview last evening with wine tflnly-five or tliirly of our mo.-t respected citizens representing all the various intcr c ta and profession. General Stoedmmi opened the conference bytating briefly the objects of his mission h inquire into the operation of the l-'reed-tnen'3 Bureau to icarn the influence it ex erted upon the relation? of the two races ; ffhether its tendency was to produce harmo ny or antagonipm between thera; whether, in general, its effect was for harm or for f,jod, and whether it was necessary or ex pedient to continue its existence. 1 le invi ted the gentlemen present to state what ...

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. — 25 May 1866

. ' HIM-, -1,- inmfr mi,,,, - I,!!,,, imimm ---mnnmii t niiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiinr -n ' " " P. C. DTJNNINGTON fc CO., EDITORS A- PUOPRIETORS. DAILY Tirr. VA.simr.T.K daily p.mw an AMEItlCiN. Ofiice, Uxmx aso AitKKic.Mi Block, corner Chutth and Cberrr 'ts- opposite the Piwt Office TXKX3 Z Pally. ill 00 Tri-Weekly 7 M WeekTy - -.. CO Proportionate rates for therter periods. Subscriptions invariably in advance. Voluntary comtnunicatiiis. contalninglnterest ns or Important news, SflWtcd from any quarter. News letters from tkc various counties of the Ftate especially desired. All communications ehould bo addressed to the Editors of the Ustox xvd AmcnicAX." VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1866. NO. 145. UNTOM AND AMERICAN, ' Um anil 3mmrnn. ritlOAY. MAY 23, 1SOU. tiii:tkiai. or sir. oavis. Correspondence Cincinnati Commercial. Washington, May i!0. The trial of Mr. Davie, which it seems to be taken for gran ted will occur before long in Richmond, is the subject of general ...

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. — 25 May 1866

by f. c. pumrprQTON & CO. Daily. I4 1 Trl-WecUly, 87; Weekly. SS. I'KIDAT, MAY 23, 1SOO. THE TRl-HTEEKLY UMO.N .WD AHERICAX, Pubfldiod every Tuesday, Thursday nnd Sat urday, each nnmlcr containing tlio matter of two Dalltc, in nw being i.4ucd from our office to rupply tho wants of that Urge class of readers who aro not' satisfied with a Weekly and arc not lituatcd. to tnVo a Daily. 1'rico $7 per annum, '-ubn.nhtion taken for any time at that rate. Ol.'U OUTSIIE I'AGKS. First 1'jior.. The Trial of Mr. Davis The Un constitutionality of the Civil Rights Hill The New Episcopal Bishop of Louisiana Surrey of the Cincinnati and Chattanooga Railroad. Fourth Paoe. Speculations Upon the English Financial Panic Portrait of Beocher and his Flock. ITEMS Or OEXKRAT. SEWS. William Lloyd Garrison's "History of the Anti-Slavery Struggle in the United States." and Mr.Parton's "Life and Times of Voltaire," arc in press at Messrs. Ticknor A Fields. The Austrians aro conscripting the Venetian into t...

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. — 25 May 1866

) nillMtftliiiiliT-riiilM f!' 3 hhwn ami &mrirfln. FUIDAY, MAY S3, 1H0G. THE CITY. AKKIVAI. and nr.i'AnTOitn r the TKAl.VS. : " Ijmiiirill' and Sa'hville IlnilrrmH. Leaves Nashvillont A M " - 6-;l) P M Arrive at Louisville ftm) 1' M " jfert) A M Losvc Louisville nt 7:tK) A M " 70 ! M ! Arrive at Nashville ... 44"i 1' M " . .WHAM Gallatin AreontMOlaiiiHl. Leave Oallatin- ........... ................. &M A M .Arrive iflt Nashville. .. ...... XsKi A M (Leaves Kahvnio....- I.-... 4i40 V M Arrive at Gallatin 0:40 I .t Jt'aiheille and ChattanuotH' Railroad. I.enrej Nashville at 7:30 A M Arrives at Chattanooga - .......fa P M Heaves Chattanooga 0:00 A M Arrives at Nashville 4:00 P M Leave Nashville 5-50 1 M Arrives at Chattanooga 3:40 A .1 Leaves Chattanooga 8:4-1 1 M Arrive at Nashville fi:4 A M ffatlivilte and Decatur Jtailrnad. Hnntsville and Larkinville Mail Daily, except Sundays Leaves Nashville 9:W) A M Arrivns at Decatur 0:G 1 M Leaves Dceatur - - 6:20 A M Arrives at Nashvil...

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. — 25 May 1866

F JUnton ami &mmau. SI'ECCXATIOXS VPOS T1IH OCI.ISII I'lXAXCIAI. IMXIC From the Cincinnati Gazette This occurrence, in a time of general pros perity in'England, is one of the monetary plienouiena which, although thev may be philosophically cxplainel after the event, arc continually Kurprifting the most expe rienced and ragacioun. In the repot tf; that liavc reached us it is attributed to the de preciations in the English funds, in railway and foreign speculations, and in cotton and cotton goods and iron. Of i.iesc items only the decline in the English funds can k charged to the threatening aspect of aflair on the continent, and this lias been but slight, and could not have touched any but the lighter class of speculators. The fall in American securities had a relief in ship ment to America at a profit. The decline in cotton and cotton goods has been heavy. That on iron is lighter, more gradual and more distributed, and should naturally correct itself by a corres ponding decline ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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