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

DAILY UNION AM) CO., AMERICAN. TIIK .VSf!VII.i.K'II.VM, VMO ,H Office. Usmm rxi AKtoexx Btnek. -ivrner Chureiranit Ch T oppuslte (lie )r U8. txkiiS : Dally-i $H , Tri-Af ertlj 7 , ceklr - .. Proiwrtiunato rites ftr shorter periods. Subscriptions invariaUtfiaadvanee, editors a- jhoprietors. tantary eomupCatlas. eontainingintercst r important nrs, t Huted from any quarter. letter' ft the various counties of the 4 especially ftiirpd. VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1866. mmmumsauocs rnuiua uu auuruweu tu uiu NO. 151. Itrs flf 60 USIOV AKD AMKBICIK." i n x'mx nnd 5tnm'tenn. I n:i.vY, .irxi: i, iso. t; A'NTIt'IKUS.SIAX (HAUItni, I liic Mobile Register and Advertiser. tic war cloud that has long been hang t. over Europo growa tlarker. Late nd- m are unfavorable, anil tin signs of an reaching storm are thickening. , Us a difficult thing for a rtrangcr to un- . itand the causes of the difliculty. The - i cf German politics is po complicated t it is hard to trace the thr...

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. — 1 June 1866

f. i hi i i II 5 Wttion anil amcdtan. BY F. C. DUyNDfGTOK & CO. Unity. Sli 1 Trl.WUITrWcckiV'sH TflTliOTEKLY IWoFaND Published pvery Tucedaj-. Thursday and nt urday, each number containinc tho matter of two Dailies', is new beine issued from our office to supply the wants of that larco class or reader who are not s atisOcd with a Weekly and are not Mteatedrto take a Daily. Price $7 per annum. Snbitriptlen taken for any time at that rate. ouu octsiuk ieh. 1'iiwt Page. The Austro-PrnHian Quarrel An InjHred Wife RedraMinr her WronM Tl.o Federal acd Confederate Dead at Vickebure Xevr Keeonttruetion Proposition!, etc.. etc. Four Paoe. Particulars of the Bourtanani Eaton Can-. items or cie.veiiai. xe.vn. ..The Washington correspondentof thoCinein nati GaMtttr, says that Gen. Fisk ill bo permitted to roMgn so eoon as ho closes up his investigation at Memphis. Washiucton telcgratn) to Radical papers, state that a number of ex-slaveholders from Ala bama and Mississippi, emboldened by the...

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. — 1 June 1866

Mm I1 1 uiou ami gimmruu, I'ltlDAY. Jiixr. I, 1SOO. THE CITY. AltlUVAI. AN'I IlKIMKTUItC OI' Till: TKAIXN. Imivilie itid Jfaihville Jiailmtid. IiMvm Nashville at ..................... ,;tS A M ri") i m - Kl) i ji WW A M 7.-K) A M 7:l P M 4:1S P M 6:30 A M Arrives at Liiivillfl . I.o-Tvw I)uirvillo at- .. Arrives nt Nhvillo Leaves OallsiHn feftS A M Arrives at Ntvhville - 8:5ft A M Loaves Nashville .......... hid 1 M Arrives at Oallalin. . -. 6:W P M Jfathritle tnd dtattatUHign Ilnilrund. Leave? Nashville nt 7flW A M Arrives at Chattanooga -. 5) 1" M Leave ObatUinooea . W) A M Arrives at Na4iville Hi) P M Loavw Nashville - 6- 1 M Arrive!" at Chattanooga .... 3:10 A .M La-aye Chattanowa .. 8:15 1' M Arrive nt Nashville- 0:11 A AI A"iti7iV awl Decatur Ilailrond. llmitevillc nml Larkinviilo Mafi Daily, except Sundays Leave Nashville . .) A M Aniies at Doentur :0" 1" SI Leaven Doentnr. ........ ... G:1S) A M Arrive at Nashville..- 2.-00 P AI IlHBteville. Memphis. Mobile, nnd New Orleans ...

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. — 1 June 1866

The Bourganani-Eaton Case. The latest Development Ititcrr-tClii;; Personal Itciiiliilsrcnccv of 31 ri. En. ton IIoiv n i'aliiurt wiih IMsiotvoit 3Iore or Itoiirsrnunnl! I'inniirfrrliis; Nccrol-., Av. From tho New York Tribune or the 2Mli. Tjic recent remarkable elopement of an Italian adventurer (who seven years ao wedded the widow of General Eaton) with the granddaughter of his wife, ban created a sensation in political and fasliionalilecircles, botli in thi city and in Washington. It has also revived the public interest in the unfor tunate wife, who at one time may havi- been said to have controlled the fate of the coun try, or at least to have been the chief caue of a change in wme of iu important politi cal relations. It will be therefore appro priate at this present time to give a rwurac of the leading facts in the biography of the party in this singular case with whom the public naturally are most concerned, name ly, Madame IJourganani, formerly widely known as lire. Guneral E...

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. — 2 June 1866

7 ft 1 Hi C. IU'XIXOTOX A EDITORS A PROPRIETORS. CO., Voluntary oomraanicaU"cr, containing Snterest ng or important news, k Ihited from any quarter. News letters from tbo various counties of the Slate especially desired. All communications should be addressed to the " Editors of the Umox and Amebica?.'." and Stnuvicnn. F. S ATI K I AY, JDXB !i, 1S0. TUT. nttXCII ANI IMtl'KSIA'V AI,I,. AXCETIIE POLICY OF XAl'OLEOX i. Axn xapoixox m. " There ccnis to be little reason to doubt that Napoleon has chosen a Prussian alli ance. The position of affairs is such in Eu rope that France and her allies of the Latin 'race, which she can always command Italy and Spain united to one of the great pow ers, always control the Continent. This she is enabled to do by her cornpactgeographical position, by her bomogenious and large mil. itary population. A century ajo Frederick the Great, of Prowls, said that if he was the monarch of France no shot ahould be fired in Europe without bis consent. The selec 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. — 2 June 1866

Bpppf jfe ' Jff ffEwummn awmtJiiffUi ' fjj' ' w - . I 1 -- -- - Ml..M,.MM,MM,tt,MtaM,t I 1 m 9 -- 1 i . - - . -.. : vn .w r I eUltIfin jmiT miV THE N ATIONAL FINANCES BY F. C. DUmmJGTON & CO. Unity, 811; Trl-Wcckly, 87; WecUIyTsx N.vrtmoAY, JUNiTaTisoGT THE TR1WEEEKLY UMOX ASD AMERICAX, Published every Tuesday, Thursday anil Sat urday. dmIi number containing Ihc matter of two Dailies. U nsw being iteuod from our office to supply tbovran'ta of that lanre claw of ravdors who are not .aii;fiel with a Weekly and are not rituatcd to take a Daily. Price $7 icr annum. Subscription taken for any time at that rat. mm oirrsim: I'.uais. Fiiikt Paok. Tho French and PrueeUu Al liance New Paragraphs Wboleeoine Truths Well Stated, etc. FoCRTit Pace. jErial Navigation The Panic on the Continent The Franklin Fund. raxHM or general xnvs. . Tisliincton diipalch rays that the state tat the President approves of the Senate ruetion plan Urat least, premature, as he -ed to a Senator that he had not 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. — 2 June 1866

Pinion ami Unman. SATUIID.VY, JUXE 2, 1RCB. THE CITY. akuivai. axi) nr.iMKTimc r tiii: THAI. VS. Ijuivitfr nnd XanhviUc Leaves Nashville at llailntad. 7:45 A M fCO 1' M fK) Y M WW A .M 7:00 A .M 7:l V M Arrive at Louisville Loaves Louisville at Arrival at NJivillo 4:1S Y SI 5J A SI Leaves rtallitin Ga&5 A M Arrives t -Nashville S.-Hi A M Leaves Xaakvlllo - 4:40 1' St Arrives at (lallatin 0:40 1' SI iVlfttf lc and Ghattanooga.lliiilroad. Leaves Nashville nt 73W A SI ArrirM at Cliattanoojra 5')ii Y SI lwre ChnttRnoopa fc00 A SI ArrivwntNashvillc - AM Y SI Loaves Nashville fan 1 SI Arrive" at OlialtanooKa .. 8:4(1 A SI Leaves Chattanooga 8:45 1 SI Arrives nt Nashville- ... - (r.i A SI Xaihviltr anil Decatur Railroad. HunUville and Larkinsvillo Mall Daily, except ounuaye Leaves Nashville Arrives at Doeatur Leaves Defntnr-- .............. Arrives at Nashville- Huntavillc, Mempbi'. Mobile. 9;.V) A M 6:05 1 M , 6:31 A ,M SMJO 1 .M ami New Orleans 1. sprees Leave Nashville ............ ...

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. — 2 June 1866

M 31 niton iuu Mwxman. From the STcw York World. About a year ago, an elaborate description appeared in these columns of Dr. Solomon AndrcwV projected lTying-hip, then hiiild at lcrth Amboy. Since thon, the enter prise, following nil improvement, 1ms taken up its residence in New York, and for hev cral months has been undergoing prepara tions at the corner of Houston and Greene Ftreeta, having passed into the hands of an efficient company, of which Dr. Andrews, the inventor, is president. Yesterday afternoon at 4 p. sr., all beinp in rcadinetw, four gentlemen Dr. Andrew, president: O. "V. Trow, vice-president; C. M. Plumb, secretary; and G. Waldo Hill, a director of "The Ziirial Navigation Com pany," entered the ppacioiiB basket of the "JErcon" cut loose from terra finna, and started upon a voyage of discovery through the azure ether that linng as a veil of beauty over the busy city. The ship easily and gracefully ascended at once to a height of some two thousand feet, or considerab...

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. — 3 June 1866

Prfv7" " - . , , , BHH 'J' ' ' 1 W Mr t V 4 TTTXvrnrrn' I . - " 1 Y ' I editors a proprietors. ' I 1 m I 1 1 m I m m 1 1 I Voluntary communications, containintintertwt- I W M I I j 1 I I W " M I V he or important news, li'iteJ from any quarter. WlS i l -J J JL 1 . F X. M 1 I f Voluntary communicatl nr. containing interest ctc or important n ws, l;ited from any quarter. News letters from tbo various counties of the Stale especially dejircJ. All communications should bo addressed to the ' mi tore of tuo Union and Amkeican." ttwlm ami gtmmcnn. NUXO.IY, AlZXE X, ISOO. Washington, May 31, 18GC. Editors Union akd American : The following ar ticle from the National JlepuUican haa been commended for its broad and dipa,sion:ite estimate of our political status by some of the first men of tlie nation. It was written by a Tcnnessean, and bis friends would be pleased to eec it inserted in your paper : i: Xl'CIt 1 31 EXT A I. I.r.G ISI.ATIOX. Tlir (.'oiihlltnf Ion our Guide In Kinor KC lie lew. ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 3 June 1866

JTl 'I I l V A I ttigtt and gMnnian. . BY PTOgIgGIOg& CO. !l2llj!.! -.Trt-IVpckTy.ST ; "Weekly. 83. S tIM).VY.'j CXlTnT 1 M10 THE TRITOEKLYliMOX AXUBEPJttX," Published every Tuesday. Thursday nnd Sat urday, earh number containing the matter of two Dailion, ii new bcinc iwuod from our office to supply the- wants of that larco class of readers who aro not salUficd with a Weekly and arc not situated to take a DaJly. Prico $7 per annum, .ubi erlptlen taken for any time at that rate. ouu oirrsinn imuek. First Page. Experimental Legislation Ter rible Steamboat Disaster Unprincipled Pub lishing. Foceth Pson. Particulars of the Death of General Seott A Washington Letter, etc. 1TK.UM OI' OKM'.llAI, XEIV.M. Cincinnati has been made the seat of the Homo Board of Missions of the Presbyterian Church (0. S.) Tfio emigration to the W.st is increasing. The Fort Kearney Herald of the 2th ultimo, gays that in two days 182 wagons pawed that place, bound for Utah and Oregon. Wyman's Hall, a noted p...

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

3Uum iu gunman. suxn.vY, jvsk 3. isoo. THE CITY AintiVAi. xsn nriMRTCRr. or tut. TKAIAS. iMuifiUr and XtuhrXr Railrwl. Leave Nashville at 7: A M ... 6fl0 M Arrives at Louisville M V M 5) A M Leaves Wiisvillc at WW A M Arrives at N4ivillo"r:":Z""":i." 4: 1 M " A M Loaves Gallatin ftM A M Arrives at Nashville - H:55 A M Leaves Nashville 4:10 1 M Arrives at Oallatin CM) V M JTntheiHr nnd Chattanooga Railroad. Leaves Nashville at - "M A M Arrivos at Chattanooga &WI 1 .M liOAToe Cbnttanooca Ctffi A M Arrive at Nashville ......... 4:U0 P M Leaves Nashville ! M Arrive? at Chattanooga 3: JO A M Leaves CI'V?Snm 8:15 1 M Arrives a. ..ashvillc - CdS A M KtuhriUe tnd De&itur Itailroad. IlunUvllle and Larkinsvillo Mail Daily, except Sundays Leaves Nashville 9:50 A M Arrives nt Decatur 0:tf V M Leaves Deaitnr. :'J1 A M Arrives at Nahvillc- - i'JO 1 M llunlsvillc, Memphis. Mobile, and New Orleans lixprew Leave Nashville P M Arrives nt Doeatur A M Leave Deaatur - : 1 M Arrives at Nashville ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 3 June 1866

i ' UM BMMmj r I i1 v A l Pit trtrtir utwf O occupied seats in the front pews, near tbel ratm ZWftiAit CLOTHING I M . I Lectern. wmwm ;yvvM PARTICUIiAltS OF THE DEATH UKAT.KAI. SCOTT. From tlte New York World. W3T Point, May 29. A cloud of glown has settled clown "upon West Point the lovlicstppot on the Hudson is iited in shadow General Scott is dead. There is a sorrow in every heart and a tear in every cyc Here the ofd veteran was heel known, for it was" to this place, to the Military Institute which has made it famous the world over, that he devoted all the quiet years of his life. For forty years past he has in ad e West Point his summer residence, and it was for this purpoif. that he came here by special steamer on Thursday, the 10th inst. At that time he was very feeble, as indeed he has been for some years past. In spirit, however, he was as cheerful as usual, although to his most intimate friends he frequently stated that he believed his end was drawing nigh. On the day of hi...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 5 June 1866

P. O. DVXXIXGTOX A CO.. editors proprietors. Voluntary coramunicaU ns. containing interest nr er important news, if H sited from any quarter. -News letters from tbe various counties of tbe Stntc especially desired. All CKWiiiunicatioiw riionlJ bo nddroas-od to tlio " Bditurw of tlie Union a.vi Amkbicuk." Pinion and gtmman. TI'ISIAY. .U'.N'i: 5, IMIO. a loyai. ri.K.v i'oic tiii: i.iri: or jeitekson iiavis. Prom the Louisvillo Jourr.nl. NASHVU.i.r, Tcnn., May 31, 1ST.0 The proper Hp(Hition to he made of tlic onlv rcmnlnlng State prisoner is a rjiition of the hthupt moment. In Inking tunc to delib erate iixm it, the Government and the people have acted wipl-Iv. Ah an tfulmtlwd, the fate of Jeflurann Da Vis is of no more ronmjquonuc than that of ativ other Krwm ; lint a the loader of tiie "(ireat Iteliellion," as the representative man, and in its bearings upon the future of wir country, it looms up into Iiurb propor tion. ,lty mii.st lie historical; a uvjv ime may lie irrovcnulilc. Cou...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 5 June 1866

f t M and gimnintn, ! BY F. C. DUNHTKGTON & co. TL'KSDAY, JUXU 3, 1MIO. THE TKI-WEEEKLT CX I0X AXiTaM EEI CAX, " PuMuhed every Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday, each number containing tbe matter of two Dailies, is nw being iseucd from our office to 'ui ijIj' the vrantc of that large clan of rollers who arc nt satisfied with a Weekly ami arc net Mtuatcu to tako n Daily. Price $7 lcr annum. Suli -nption takon for any time at that rate. oi;k oitsiim: imcds. Last I'auk A Loyal Plea fur the Life if Jef fc. an Davis Specimen Display of Judical In t.lcranoe Estimate of the (Totton C'rop The Radical Inner Man The Woet Virginia Election. I"oU!TH l'jiot Secret Caucus The Rights of Negroes, etc, etc. iti:ms r jr.i:itAi, xinvs. The Chairman of the Oemmittco of Arrange ments for laying the eeruer-tone of the Douglas, .Monument at Chicago, on Saturday, received a dirpaU-h from other member of the oniumittoo, iu Washington, announcing that President John son consent to deliver an oration on tha...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 5 June 1866

Linton anil 3 Human. TursDAY. jvxi: n, iscg. THE CITY. arrival and nr.PAitniitr or the trains. Ismitvillr ami Xn'hrillr Ilnilmnil. Lwves NaAviHcat fe A M p ai Airuesat Lmii'iilte 4.il I M vot A A! l.caes LnNiMilleat 7:00 A M Arrives al Naslnitto "Ziil'JZZZ.'Z j 1' Al i-ZH A M C'inltH AcrttmMrplfitwH. Leaves (lallatin A M Arrived t Na'liville 9:00 A Al JJtmv Nwhvill P Al Atrin at Gallatin - ..... &S0 P Jl jfaul) title nwl Cknltanotfm l!nitrnnil. I.oavif Nashville at Arrives at Chaltaunosra....... Leaves ChRttanooira........... Arrives nt Nashville . Leaves Nashville Arrived at Chattanooga Loavo Chattanoa Arrives at Nahvillc 7iW A A! P Al ..... ftfO A Al 4ti P M f30 P Al :::40 A Al 8:45 1' At 0:lr. A Al Xi'dville ttad Drrntur litiilrood. Ilniitsvillc and l.arkln'vllle Mall Daily, except Sundays- Leaves Nashville Arrive at Deoiitur. . MO A At f:(" I' At . 0:-J) A At iff) P Al L'HVC DwnlHr . Arriv at Nashville - Jluiitt-villc, Mciiiplii-. Mobile, ami New Orleans KxpreM Leave Nashvil...

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. — 5 June 1866

-1r'""i',' ' "-"'mm IT 1,1 ,1 Ctiuon and aatfritan. WEXDEMi PIIILMI'S' l'OKTCXE ' VIICKKJIE GOT IT. Prom the Cleveland riaindealcr.l " Won Jell Phillips ha.-an income of $00, ayvir." ICttJiainjc. The above aiiiimincriiictit, which if going the rounds of (he newtipaiicin is of no extra ordinary inin lance, only it mtvch " to i)int a moral and aJom a talc." That Wendell .Phillips i a man of groat wealth, js a fact which nobody who knows) him will deny. An income of $C0,000 a year is certainly an evidence that he is in no imminent danger of aniline to wnnt. Hut the fart that he is immensely rich provoke the inquiry how lie became . Although a (.'rritlcinan of odticatirm, we have never heard of hi being distinguished in either of the learned pro fusion". Jt is not known that he ever per formed a day's Inlior in his life, in any de partment of prodnrtive industry. We hear nothing of him as a wicccisfiil merrliant. He is only known as a etrenuoiis advo cate of the rankest form of abolitio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 6 June 1866

r - j f V . I Voluntary comtnunicat' ns. containing interwt hg or important ntws, r li;itcd from any quarter. News letters from tto various counties, of the Stnte especially desireJ. All communications should be addresM! to the " filitH nf tllO UKIOK AX AmERIOAX." ;Union and tinman. wiidmiial .h .m: o, im;u. iiuHoriti'iis or tiii; .sot rn. From the Memphis Aproal. CiuiiiK upon tin wcll-irrotindwl anHiimiitioti that the tax of five cent ti)Kiii cotton U proiKHCd in Congress m a spirit of revenge ful tiiiixlimenL, ami that it imposition and continuance will practically drive Ihoutaml of our people from il cultivation will, in short load, beyond doubt, to the abandon ment by this country of it ire-cminence ai the great cotton producer of the world it is not unprofitable, even at this early day, to look around and sc2 into what channels .Southern Industry and Ktitcrprii-c can be directed with a reasonable prospect of achiev ing redemption from prownt imjKjVcrixh nie.nl. Certninl v, the ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 6 June 1866

BY -I". C. DUNNINGTON & CO. tnlly,8U; Trl.Wocklr, $7; Weekly, 83. wi:ixDii)AT, "jirxr. a, ison. THE TRI-WEEEKLY VXIOX AND AMERICAN, Pjolifhed every Tuesday. Thursdny and Sat urday, each number containing the matter of two Dailies, is new being issued from onr nfllco to tnpply the vranU of that larso elawi of reader who are not tatirficd with a Weekly ami are not situated to take a Daily, Price $7 per annum. Subscription taken for any time at that rate. ouit outniiu: r.vur.s. l'lasr Paqk. Resources of the South A Ulark Monarch Deposed The Curse of the Nation An Affectinjr Incident The Witne Against Mr. Davit. Fourth Pahe. " Brick? " i- Floored by Tilting Hoop. rrnjis or ccxkimi. xews. Leonard Huyek. lato President of the Mer chant's National Dank in Washington, has been arretted and held for trial for violating the National Currency Act. Our Consul at Liverpool, England, in a letter to the Etato Department, received here a few days since, cays tho declared value of British and Ir...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 6 June 1866

wk- t n to u an it m jc n f a tu ivrnxr.siAY, ji'nk d, iso- THE CITY. AlUtlVAT. ANI I) K I A KTIIItK OP Till: TKAIN'S. yMtimUr ami .V.t.irt'tfc l!atiroal. Loflvt NaetiviHeat : A M . . IV30 P AI ArrivtLitvitfe j J! " " .. ........... KHt , , Leaves Louisville at 7:00 A M . .-.m P A I . 4:V) .M . f.:3fl A M r.:M A M A AI 4:4(1 I AI GM P M Arrives at Navillc 4, ................ .M o JiO bt in.. . Arrive- at Nashville Leaves Nashville- Arrives at (lallatin ICatltrSte not Chattanooga Jlaitrond, l,nrn Nashville at Arrives at ChitUnuuca Leavue OhHtlanooira Arrivoi atNashville Leaves Nashville - Arrive at 0hattanooa.. Leaver Chattinowa Arrive at Nashville 7:30 A M SXl P AI 0:110 A M 4:Ut 1 M (Will P M S:10 A A! 8:45 1' At Cr.ih A Ai Xiitliviltfind Dtaitnr HaUroml. IlntvMle jiihI Larkinvillc Mail Daily, except Sundays. Leave Na4ivillo 0:50 A AI Arrives at DoeatHr & 1 AJ Leaves Dewitur wsj A AJ Arrives at N'a-hville - -00 P Al lluuteville, Aleiii. Alobile. ami New 0rlen Express . .. Leave...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 6 June 1866

3SEPKJS rv Kim 1 num and Smwian. ltUU'KN is rxoom:i 1IOOIVS. my tiltixc; From thoSMooile Adrortiscr and Register. G)iiy""cf)a". Bi.akei.y, Jlay 21th, lKGfi. (;i:vtli Mrv: You can hardlv take. -my interest in my private aimirR. lont 8iippoo you d. But I am eomttellcd, as a sanitary ii'icastm-, to pour my cncf into one or more friendly cars, iuid an I know of none more worthy of confidence than j-oitre, I trust you will let me lour it into them. As von arc aware, I am not a man of fam ily. I oughm t to be blamed for it. It's not my fault. If I had married every lady, 1 1 vron't y every girl, for mine of them I fear, had outgrown the light to be so etyled,) npon whom I have, from time to time, of fered to confer that distinction, I would be as much marrjed to-day as the Ilead Centre of the Latter Day Saints. But I didn't, luckily; and I am t-till without what the obituary writers call a "companion." Out of this circumstance has grown one of tho mo'it cmbarawing affaire of my eventful l...

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