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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 26 May 1866

V. C. IUNNINGTON sfc CO., EDITORS k PROPRIETORS. ANT) AMERICAN. Tin: nami vii.t.r. H.tBi.r imo vm AXEItlUVA. OSice. Uxto.t aHD AMkalCAM Block, corner Church and Cherry its., opposite the Post 0Cc- Daily..... $14 (10 Tri-Weekly - 7 0O Weekly I Proportionate rate for shwter permd Subscription Irirarlably hi advance. Volants, pr coimnunicati,,ns. containing interest r iir Important news, ( U;iled from iiny quarter. Nsiws letters frem Ibi -various counties of the -late especially drrired. All emuaiunieatious should bo iulJrewl to the ' lditwirf the Union m Ankkicam." VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1S66. NO. Ml). DAILY UNION tlnuui and 2Vmcvicun. sati'koay, jiay jb, im;ci. Till: CIIIVAI.KY if.vn;ifis A. TIHTlt.VAMENTS-Sl'EEOr HY LAY. HOY C UAY.NT..N. At the ojH;niiii; of the Tournament at Memthi, on Tuesday last, Hon. Landon C. llaynea delivered tlie following address: Ladiim, Gentlemen and Gallant KsiOIITS OF THE TOURNAMENT AT Ml'M- r'llri: I should he wanting in...

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. — 26 May 1866

Linton juuI SUuMian. BY F. c. DumrcNQTOir & co Dnllj-. 814 : TrlVfcUlr.ST; Wwkiy. 8.1. S.VTUIUIAT, 3IAY 20, 1S00. THE TBI-VEEEKLT UMOX AM) ABEKICAX. 1 Mi every Tuesday, Thursday nnl Pat li: lay, c4i li number containing tho matter of two llu.!ic, i. nv being issued from our olTiro to cappl; the wants of that largo cla of readers who arc nol satisfied with a Weekly and arc not situated to talc a Dally. Price $7 per annum. J.ibiertption taken for any time at that rate. oitic oinniitE pa(;i:s. FiKtr Vxi.r Tournament at Memphis. Speech :f Land. a C. Haynoe Terrible Kain and Hail Ktirm-Tlio Way They Swindled the Negroes. F..ir.Tii P-snr: A tlreat Western Idea A Micr"s Fancy Marriage by Lot. etc. items or j Kxr.it a i. m:tvs. Dispatches received at the State Department fom Loudon and Pari!1 indicate that a general European war is inevitable. The English Minis try were active in endeavoring to prevent it, but it was the opinion that nothing could be dune just fo Jong a Napoleon seeming...

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. — 26 May 1866

itftuon awl &wman. SATDRUAY, MAY 20, 1SG0. THE CITY. AimiVAi. axi nriMKTimi: or Tin Tit AIM. hmitiUr nnd .Xtulrille Jlailroad. Learn Nathvjlle at fr.3 1 Arrives st Louisville Lcives Louisville at -Arrive at NRhvillc - ... W A ... 7:00 A .... 7K0 V ... 4:1S 1 h -jsa A fZ.tllttliu. ArHiiumttnLitutu. Leaves Gallatin ...--. fB5? A Arrives at Nashville...-. .......... 8A5 A Leaven Nosh 151c .. 4:10 I Arrive at Gallatin 0s40 V S'nnheille and Chattanottfjct Hailrot . Leaves Nashville at ... -M A M Arrives at Chattanooga Leaves Chattanooga Arrives at Nashville Leaves Nashville - Arrive at Chattanoosa... Leaves Chattanooga Arrives at Nashvillo..- . .r30 V M Cr.OO A M . 4:00 P M feflO 1 M 3:40 A M S:45 I' M &4r. A M AnAoie (in Decatur Jtailrnad. Huntsvillc ami Larkinsville Mail Daily, except Sundays Leaven Nashville - 9:) A M Arrives nt Dceatur . fi:03 1 M Leave Decatur.. - fi:20 A M Arrive at Nashville- - - 2.-00 P M Huntsvillc, Memphis, Mobile, ami New Orleans Express Leaven Nashiil...

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. — 26 May 1866

1 14 Pinion awl grWman. A gki:at wr.sTrux ii:a. rota Uie N. Y. Time. A novel and gigantic idea is generating it --If in llux Western head whether prarti-ca'-'le or not, remain to lie Been. Jt is to '!t nipt to render the vast Tr.nia-MiRHOiiri Plain til for the settlement and residence cf man by planting their surface with trees. In what may now he called the -Middle Stales of the Union, Illinois, Iowa, &c, nine tenths of the boil is treelcs; while the travel er who journevs one hundred and fifty miles west of the Missouri River enters upon the region marked on the oldest maps as the "dreat American Desert," now called the i .t;i: -a region witli passable soil, growing au abundance of gram, and supporting count less herds of buftiiln and elk, but nliioliitly trttle The I'lains extend from the ISritixli Posse i on on the north of Texas, a distance of fifteen hundred miles; they are altout four hundred miles wide at the southern limit, widening to the nortward to perhaps double thi...

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. — 27 May 1866

C. ICXXIXGTOX fc kditor& proprietors. CO. UN r. DAILY TON AMERICAN. the .1 iswvim.b i1i3.t imot ' a.iiii:ii,va. 0re. Vsum axk Aumucur Wuek. Chanh ami Cknp awiiiito lh l'.i ' I PaUr $U Tliwly :. Wmkiy . . ! PropoiUoto rata hr shurte yrtvu. - Sawiiitiw uMWiaMy m mItsdo REAL ESTAIE. i BM ESTATE AGENCY. VolutAary commnncat'nii. contalninrlnterert nr. or important nw. xlHted from any quarter. Ncwi letters frem tbe rnriou counties of the tate epeciallr derircd. All communication ahonld be a-ldrcf-eJ to the VOLUME XXXIII. MASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, MAY 27, 1S66. NO. 147. ' Editors of the Uknw asb Amrricax." Union niul Stmcvkan, M'.MAV, MAY U7, IhOO. oiiio roMTics-sriirciiiisior ii:v in.irro.N a.m vai.i..vniujiia.u. In the Democratic Stale Cunvcntioit of Oliio at (kilumHus, on Thursday last, speecliw were made by Hon. George II. Pendleton and Hon. U. J vaiiuiitiigiiatn. vie gave tlie platform and nominations yesterday. We can find upacc only for the following extract from the speeche...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 27 May 1866

r BY T.C. DUIHQTON & co. !hIIj-. Tr.Wcokly,S7; Wes'kly.HB. Sl"XIIA.Y, MAY 27, 1SCO. IDE TRI-ffElEKLY UMOX AMI i AMERICIX. PuMi bed every Tuesday. Thursday and Sat urday, each number containing tho matter of two Dn.iico, is new beins issued from our oIKec to fui 'y tho wants of that larcc claw of rcadcra who nre not satisfied with a Weekly nnd arc not riuitc-d to take a Daily. I'rieo $7 per annum, subscription taken fur any time fit that rate. or it outside paces. tiisrt Pauk. Ohio De:uoerfcry Letter from Mr.'. A. P Johnson Bishop Colenso's Sentence of Excommunication, etc. FaCRTH Pos. The Old School General As sembly at St. Louie Mctroixililnn Police llill. itkiis or cexekai. xi:hs. Tlio Senate rejected the nomination of W. II. Puruell to bo Postmaster at Baltimore, ami ofS. K.McICcloy to bo Marshal of the Western Dis trict of Pennsylvania. Tho religious oxciletnent at Springfield, III?., continue without abatement- The prayer and other meetings aro daily and nightly crowded, an...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 27 May 1866

3Unim and gmman. KUXRAY, JIAY 27. 1SIMJ. THE CITY. ARRIVAL AM ni'l'ARTlTRn or Tin: TRAINS. ImninWr nud A'nthriUe HaiUntoil. Ufti Nashville at , 7:4S A M Arrive at Louisville - fcW P M Leave Leuivillc at 70 A M Arjvo, at s:-EE::: P A. I.nivos Gallatin W A M Arrives at Nashvllle Leaves Nashville-.. Arrives at Gallatin Si A M 4:40 I M fc40 V M Xfhtiillr anil Chattitnimga Jlailroml. Leaves Nashville at A M Arrives at Chattai.ga 121) V XL Leaves Chattanooga 0 A M Arrive at Nashville MQ V M Leaves Nashville SS30 P .M Arrives at Chattanooga 3:10 A M Leaven Chattanooga 8:4 ' J! Arrive at Nashville 0:4 A AI KathviRe nnd Dtcnlur IMlronJ. Huntsville and Larkinsvillc Mail Daily, except Sundays Leaves Nashville 0A0 A AI Arrives at Decatur fcOTi 1 AI Leaves Dcentur . 6:15) A AI Arrive at Nashville- 2:00 P AI Huntsville. Memphis, Mobile, and New Orleans Express Leaves Nashvillo. I" M Arrives at Decalur - 4:40 A AI Leaves Decatur ......... S:l0 P AI Arrives nt Nashville - 4it' A AI Columbia Accommo...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 27 May 1866

Pinion Hurt gtmmnn. run om school Kxr.KAi. Assr.n- HI.Y ST. X.OUIK IMIOTKNT OI' THE i.otusvi i.i.i: i'ur.siiTKitY aainst Tiir.nc r.xci.usiox. To tln Moderator of the General Am-emMy of the Presbyterian Church, now in fwinn alFU Louis: Tlie undersigned, commissioner from the Presbytery of Louisville, deem it both rc--pectful to the Assembly and deiiiaml'Hl lv tlie interest of truth and rigliteotisnca-, to lay lieforc the Ixvlr, through you, in thin formal and official manner, for record on tlio minute, their views and Hirioe in ngard to the rttlution passed yesterday, under oKrntiou of the previous ijueHtiou, to thin ellect. 'Dial !iiki:eas, the Prediylery of Ioiiis ville have "onenly defied the Afeemhly" and declared jiulilicly their intention not to in forcc tlie onleix of the last two Assemblies, on slaves and loyalty, etc., and have in act, di regarded them in rendingacomini"ioner here who, by a faithful execution of thoe act, would probably have been mhjx tided from the function...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 29 May 1866

CO. EDITORS PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communtcatlnrig. containing interest ng or important news, H:ited from any quarter. News letters from tie various counties of the late especially desired. All communications should be addressed totho r Kditeni r the Usniy xt Amkbicak.'' Pinion niut wmau. Tl'KSDAV, MAY 29. 1MIC comjkuss am tiii: iMtr.sinr.vr. VirwN of llic i'ntitiict Secclio of fiUiii Kin, Wcllct. McCullocIi nnl IciiiiImii .Tetters from .SiicimI nml Jlnrliiu liotlliicr if llnniU All Aninnil. On llus night of the 23d hist Thc IWi dent and nieinUcj? of his Cabinet were sere naded by the niurabein of the National Union Club, al Washington, and were re ceived by them wverally In expressions up on current polities. The Pnsident & speech was given in full by telegraph, an well as that of Mr. Frederick Seward. The Secre tary of State was absent, and on the night before delivered an elaborate and powerful defence of the Administration i-olicy at Auburn, N. Y. The telegraphic report of 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. — 29 May 1866

Mwhw inu gunman. mor BY F. C. DTIIWrNQTOH& CO. Unify, IMt Tri-WcgUlr.87; Wo-lly.S3. TVIAV, 5IAY29, 1S00. THE TRt-VEEEKlY ENIOX AND AMERICAN, PuM.fhed every Tuesday, Thursday and Sat nnlir. each number containing the niatttr of two Dailies, is nw being issued from our office to rui.i.b- Ac wants of that large c ass oi readers wbo are nut satisfied with a Weekly and arc not I mi; dtuated to lalso a Daily. Price $7 icr annum Subscription taken for any time at that rate. uvn oittsidk paui:. 1:.r-,t I'M.t -Congress and the President. Views f t!:o Cabinet. F.;rr.r.i P. on .Colored Spoilers hi Trouble, ct:., do. ITEMS OI' IENEK.1I. NEWS. -We learn from Washington di'palchei that the Radical members of the Senate met ineaucus J on Friday last on the reconstruction question, n was agreed thattho dislrancmsing sections snuuiu be rejcctel and the balance of the proposed amendment to tho Constitution adopted, upon the matter of confirmation or rejection of tho Presidential appointments, tho...

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. — 29 May 1866

Um mu ,mzxm. TPKSIAY, MAY 29. I860. THE CITY. AKKIVAI. AND llEPAItTUKE Of TIIC TIIAIAS. Louinrill ond Ari&fit Railroad. Leaves Nashville at-- . 7:40 A M . G&t V M Arrive at Louisville Leaves Lnnisville t Arrivcis at J'ahvillo... wn p M 5:0U A M i.-O) A M . 7.-l 1' M . 4:45 1 M . 5:38 A M (ittUnli Aeraininlataii, l.onrpn Onllntin r,:f5 A Arrive" at Nashville...-... Leaves Nashville Arrives at Gallatin 8:ftT A 4:40 P 6:40 P Jkathville umt Chattanooaa llailroad. Leave Nashville at A. M Arrives at Chattanooga MO 1 M Leaves Chattanooga? :U0 A M Arrives at S Mhvillc- I' M Lcavcs.Xnsbvllle &30 P M Arrives at Chattauooga 3:40 A M Leaves Ch.ittanoiHta- 8:4- P Al Arrives at Nashville .- - k A M Suthville uni Deraiur Ilailrowl. HunUrille ami Larkin;ville Mail Daily, except Sundays Leaves Xwlivllle W A M Arrive at Decatur ... r'-' P M Ix-avcs Dwatur.. fi:J0 A M Arrive at Nabvillc - 2:00 1 M Iluntxvillc. Meuuibi. .Mobile, and New Orleans Express . , Leaves Xashvillc- 30 V 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. — 29 May 1866

I': Pinion unit gUwrian. COI.OI-E SFIEM.KK IX TKOUHI.E- j4mi; ori.EArruou at a m.(iiu 1'AHO JtAXK. From the Cincinnati Comcrcial. Long before the Gvil Riclits Bill or the rebellion that produced it were conceived in the ;iiiud'i of iwliticiatif, iortiiiR gentlemen of color were ncctiRtomctl to gather around the "cat cloth" the "faro ("jiread" and the rouololtc wheel, and venture their "stake" on fortune's smiles or frowns. And to-day, in every city in the land, where thcre'is any considerable number of colored jtcoplc, there arc "spieler" of saffron, Raddle and tar color, ride speech, in Council, of Mr (ilass, of the Fourth Ward,) as ainbi ticim of lx-ine; conidered "sports" of nerve as are any of the heavy betters of milder hue. Washington Adams Davis, he of glos sy cltony f.iec, tight-fitting, strappul panta loons, neatly polished leather, swallow-tailed coat of blue, with buttons of resplendent bras. rxtravagantly frilled shirt front, inin-etrd-likc t-ollar, half a dozen finger r...

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. — 30 May 1866

nettAt IVeMili replied 'an P. C. DUXXIXGTOX V CO., EDITORS A: PROPRIETORS. Voluntary coiiiraunicnUnns. containing interest- nc or important news, m limited from any quarter. New letters freiu tbo tarious counties of tho late especially desired. All communications enould bo addrowod to the " Editors of the Usiox aki Auebicis." and tmman n:Misn.iv, may no, iMtc. tjii: i:ukoii:ax Titci;m.r.s. AS VIEWED 11V AN ENGLISHMAN', l'rwm tlia Lendon Times (9th) Editorial. Only one ower exists which can rlu-ck UioRe two ambitious State. Austria and Prim- Ma. It is the htroiipjly exjiresRed will of the French ruler and hi iieojilc. The antago- uuintn nave aiiim.-i. iosi. ine auiiuy w cnccK thomselvo!", but if Napoleon were to bid them iau?, if he were to utter a warning which bhould be a menace to whoever struck the first blow, peace might vet be nreserved. Unfortunately ttc arbiter of the continent ppeakx only to spread diBmay on every ex change by Borne doubtful utterance. What Iiw may do none c...

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. — 30 May 1866

- - Pinion and mman. BY F. C. DUlfNINQTON & CO. Itallj, $U: Trl-Wcckly, 87; AVpWIj8.t. lVEIN'LsiAT, MAY 30, isM. ont orrsinr. iwors. i'ii. -t I'aok. Opinions of (ho Knsliih ami trench l'raw n the Stale of Affairs in Hurope Tho Bankrupt Hill Freedinen and Ihcir Friendi, ct. etc Ficbth l'lOE Hill Arp Hvidonee before the Reontruction Conjmittee- items or c.m:iiai. news. (nutOT Stewart lis? another plan for recon struction which he hopea will supcm-de the 3.1 iict'mn lt. ficneral disfranchisement of the rinrl-adera of the rebellion. 3d. Whorcrer, in any Slate, the elective franchise w-rontented on account of race or color, or previous condition of icrvitude, no person who voluntarily aided the re- bcllior. shall he allowed to vote at auy election. except upon the question of extendine the right of suffrage, which shall he submitted to them an nually. Whenever mch discriminations shall he removed all rebels shall bp restored tw political richti. except as in tho preceding section pro...

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. — 30 May 1866

SI I Tl , dr uni tlic grca Tli linns. Ix'twee The licrfce Vretith mtliwl ia llie opr prenent the nat" ini it h ..nt rh.ili K)I uas-" in WEDNESDAY, MAY 30. 1SG0. THE CITY. Arrival am iikpaiituki: or Tin: TltAIXS. Loaves Nashville at :i a .11 f P M 6: 1 M MM A M ': A M Arrive :it Louisville " ...... I. rave IjfM'iKvilla at .............. Arrives nt Nnhville - 7:) I .M ... 415 1 M ... -.. .WW A M Loaves Gallatin f55 A M Arrive at Nathville - 8:5!t A M Loaves Nashville 4:10 1 M Arrive at Gallatin r4 1' .M iVmlw'Wr ntul diallamioa Railmnd. t.MrM Nftshvillo nt T-:trt A M Arrives at Chattanooga - Leaven ChHttnnoTa Arrives atNabvill . Leaves Nht illo Arrives at Chattanooga Leave Chattanooga Artir at Nashville- &) P 31 Bslfl A M Am V 31 ht V 31 H-40 A 31 S:4S 1- 31 0:1" A 31 .Y(iAriWr omi Jlecotnr Jlailroad. Hunterille and LarVtnsville 3Iil Daily. except Sundays Leaves Nashville A 31 Arrive at Doeatur fcOo 1 31 Leave Decatur C-'-M A 31 Arrives at Nashville- -W) P 31 Hutitsvillc, 3Iemilii...

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. — 30 May 1866

Si of th 1! of' n ai Mj w Gi ni m Hi v Pinion and SUnmcan. KL'iinssi:D r.vni:'cr Itlll Ar IlcrOre flic lleroiistrtit-liiiti 'oiiiiiilllfr- His Own I(rMirl tif Ills Tcstlimiii. "When I was put on the hlaud, old llont well swore mc most fiercely and t-olcinnly to sneak the tnith, the whole truth, and 110 thing but the trutli, and 1 observed (hat he was then entertaining about a cniart of dou ble reclined, and it looked like it had poured on his ttoinach. Old Ulow was wttin ofTon one fide, with a memorandum book, gutting reaav to note iiown some cariilol ex tracts." Old Iron Works vra Chairman, and when lie nodded liis Republican head, old llout- wcll, navn he, " Your name is Arp. 1 Ih licve, sir?" "So called," nays I. "You reside in the Slate of Georgia, do you ! ' "l can't say exactly, Bays J. 1 livo in Rome, right in the ford of two Injin rivers. " In the State of Georgia," wivh he, lierccly. "In a Mate of uncertainty about that, nay I. "We don't know whether Georgia is a State or n...

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. — 31 May 1866

mS- i I C. DUNNINGTOX A EDITORS Ic PROPRIETORS. CO., Voluntary cominunieati"i!, containing interwt nc or important new,(H:itcd from any quarter. New letters from tbe various counties of tho Mate especially desired. Ml communications should bo addrctvod to tho " Editors of tho Cmos akd Americas." inul SViucvicun. Til UILSDAY, MA Y SI, IfcOti. Tlio Continental SUiinllon-A. litres on llii? Vnr Topic frum tlie Klnc of Iru lo A Movement for a CoiirrrrfcH (if.Vn lions A Hrn-;ii rcrlnc I!xiilsloii ii Australia. New Yonic, May 28. .Remarkable Btate mcnts liau been maue in tlie House of Cum nionsby Ijord lUxlesrfalc of Uic way in whicl. railroad credits had been kept up. The London Morning Star, of the loth, conspicuously announces that tlie English Government do not feel wholly discouraged as to tlie possibility of peace. Un the con trary, the feeling which prevails in rather more hopeful than last week. There in a VJ3110 report from Florence that negotiation ol the cession of Vciietia were...

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. — 31 May 1866

I ""WiTc. DUNNINGTON & CO. 1i,llr.I4; Trl.Wcckl)-,S7; Yt'eckly,t3. TIIl'ILSDAT, -MAY 31, THE TBI MEEKLY UMOX AND AMERICAN, Pc.K. hcd every Tutelar. Thursday and tnit urilay. c.k!i number containing the matter of two Da lie?, ii new being issued from our office to t. iit!y tlc wants of that largo cla of reader who ar3 not satisfied with a Weekly and are not si.uuted to take a Daily. Trico $7 icr annum, .ib: ri ti-u taken for antjmcnt that rat 9 orn oitsiih: r.ioiw. First P.iOE. LAte European News The Tax Bill fj .s pal Convention of Tennessee, etc. Fornra Pior. Cookine and Preserving Straw berries Ka. tern Origin of Modern Utilities, etc. itt.mm r oxxr.it.ti. si:ws. The health of Jefferson David in rapidly declining It is doubtful whether he will live thrsugh the mraincr. Hon. Edmund Coicr is on a visit to New Vork. Vm. Stokes, of Tennessee, has had himself announced to speak in l'aueuil Hall, ISoiton, one day this week. Hon. Henry S.Toot liaschmised hit residence from New York 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. — 31 May 1866

! 1, 1 tiwu nuit wjcdcnn. TKalDAV,XATai,18 JTE CITY At, AN7 MEPARTUKr. 1 1" Tin: , TKAIJVS, ''rUU yid Ati7fc Hail 71-. A M i ...... r,:a) l' M fclK) Y M 5:(H A M 7:(I0 A M 7.-00 1' M 4.11 l" .V VLouisvillt... . 6:30 A M . COS A M SdS A M . i-AO P AI MD P M I f junin.li... '" VouumlalHt. ! Leaves Nashvili, I 3wit3&. nnd Ctkh., 'row. Arrives atchattanoojja. &30 P M . -Leaves L'battanbnr Arrive atNashrille-.. v ftrtO A At 4: T M f Arrives at ChaJtanoora.!". """ ' r I.iari rk.ii. 7 -. j .VJO P it .. Z-0 A M 8? p AI e . A JI Arrives at NnshvilieJJL!"Z ft XathrilU nnd Ueealur llailrnad i JHfcrjlsviile and I.,rklmi!lo Mail-Dally. LftTe Najhritlo : o-jvj i 1 Arrive at Divniur i r?V ' Leaves Doealur "Z r i ... . . ..... -u" , siunuviue, .Mcinpin, .UGljile. nnj r v i. ixWo"t-t Loaves Nashville-- Arrli'M til l)attur l M .I .M rH Iln-ntur " "" 4r40 TrivesatNashvillr-. Coluinliu leouiniaodati sves Columbia .............. - v i..jrr i .... ,: A M ....lfhOO A M ... S:(XJ I' M . .. 5:40 1 M...

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. — 31 May 1866

run. 1IXG STRAW! SilOKT-CAKtS: Into three . ar rub, dry, two Iwikxmir hcap crcatu tartar, add half a tea-cup liter, a little salt, one ua-fpoon inn 01 ?oda dissolved in a pint of milk and water- KLx Cickly and thorotiRlily, roll to an incn m Uiicknow, and bako twenty minute in a 'juick oven, Take a quart of strawberries, and add cream and wsgar to make a B-liee. FaiMlii purpose sinall-aiied, rather acid lwrrien, with sprightly flavor, are preferable. When the "fhort-cake is done, divide in three layers, butter them, and spread the 6trawberrie between. 52at while warm. RTKA'WBEiinY Dcmplixos. Crurt to be made the same as directed for short-cake; roll half an inch thick; put about a gill of Rtrawberrie for each dumpling. Bake, ntcain or boil for half an hour. SriuwBEnitY Ties. Line your pie dish with crust made in the usual manner; till the dish with pod ripe strawberries of me dium size, ppntiklt) on a little flour, and nu gar in proportion to the acidity of the ber ries. Cover with ...

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