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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 7 June 1866

BB D C. DUNNINGTON & EDITORS Jfc PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communlcati'Vis, cflntainingintfcrest- h ariiniurtant news, i4i"itel from any nuarter. News letter from tbo uiriou oounticeol tlio Plate epoeially d wired. All ominiunicalionsrbuuM bo addroed to llic ' Kditnni of the Usui Awkhicis." VOLUME XXXIIL NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JUNE NO. 15b ProiKirtionato rates for shorter periods. Subscriptions invariably in xlrance. " 1 ' 'M',MI'?'i!JlJLiB" '" ry7TnmmmffiKM-mmnfin n -mat mwcimi u' himmh- nmrufMKmtMMrMm m.Tlr. ri n in Hi iiWntrwiriiTrlt.itirtr ..r .- - ... - - . - !k "H ATT V TTNTHIV AMU AMT'DTnA at r . - " ' " .-, MWter-r: turn 9UU. ry so,.,. Weekly ,v J , loOu. NO Intl Proportionate rate for rterter period. f h Hi Pinion and Simman. TlllIIt.Sn.VA", JL'Xi: 7, ISOfi. CMtlUT SMITH OPPOSING TH1AI. or I1AVIS. ANY His I.t-llpr tu I'liirf Justice f'linsr. I'j.TKKitnno, May 2S, 1SGG. Chirf-Jtulicc Cltatc: My Dkak Sik: I sec tliat Jefler t;on Davis is to be brought !eforc you for...

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. — 7 June 1866

BY F. C. DU2TNINGT0N & CO. Dally, 814 ; Trl-Wrckly, 87; WoUly, 8S. TIIUIMIIAY, JUNK 7, ison. THE TRIWEEKLY li.MOS AXD AMERICAN, Published every Tuesday, Thursday and Sut uiOar. each number containing the matter of two Bailie, is iihw being issued from our office to supply the want of that large clas of readers who are not KatUfiod with n Weekly ami aro not situated to. take a Dally. Price $7 per annum. Subscription taken for any time at that rate. ouit mrrsnu: ic;i:s. Flksr Pion. I err it Smith Opposing the Trial ef Mr. Davis Important Order. Fourth P. gk. Discourse on Loyalty The Vi enna Treaty Fe.iian Imakion of Canada. iTints or ;i:xi:uai. smx General Grant km in Pt. Louis on Monday. Sir Frederick Bruce, the Uriliali Minister, had a lone interview, Tuesday, with Secretary Seward, and. it is said, asked that this Government might inrraidcr, to the Canadian authorities, the Fenians captured by the gunboat Michigan. The request was not complied with, as it had not than been deci...

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. — 7 June 1866

u Ik-".-- .- ?'."Jl"-""''i'S,B li -, . .. ... 1 THUItSnAY, JCXK 7, IS6C. THE CITY. akkivai. axi iir.PAu-nmr. or mi: TItAIXS. Leave Nashville at- (jfllll'I I'T !- ' .. ........ (K4.t A M WW i M Arrive at Lois ille i Leaver IiOHif ville t Artveal NaehvWe . 4.-W 1' M 5-.U9 A M 7J A Jl 7:t 1' M 40 Al MW A M Loavesdallatin feM A At Arrives at Nashville !:00 A Al Leaves Nashville- 10 I- M Arrive" at (JallMin 0:10 1' Al jYttvAriHr nn4 Cttfiltannofft Jbiilrftfiil. LaAWM Vahvillt Ht ... 7:.-VI A M Arrival at Chattanooga Leaves ClittatiHta Arrives at Nashville Ijitarn Nashville Arrives at Chattanooga Leave Clitttanomri .. Arrivos at Nashville. - & 1' Al . !Vt A Al . 1:00 1' At . 5:.a I Al . :tIO A Al . 8: 15 i Al . fi:r A Al Xathrttlr ik Dtmtnr !titroi1. llmitsvillo awl Larkinville Mail Daily, except Sunday l.wve Nashville ftfiO A Al Arrive at Decatur : r Al Leave Deeatur- A Al Arrive at Nadivillc- - -"W 1 Al IIuHtei-illc. McmphK Mobile, ami New Orleans Ex pre . heave Nashville- 3 M Arriv...

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. — 7 June 1866

" . f' I - . 1 " I 'I ri nil. iftiiiTirMiwaMnw Si ' I I A Z,SCOUR.SE OX LOYALTY. Emm the Su Louis Republican.- Vakhinqton, May S, 1S00. Until the hcceiohof tlieblacki'yiinMyin 1 SOI, the iim of tliu word loyalty, as applicable inditi tal "relations or duties in this country, w:ir wholly unknown. "Vc often read m the newspapers royal and imperial speeches and proclamations from foreign monarch!', to their loyal supjects; but since the day when Georgia III ceased to address to our an cestors such paternal language, it had ieen expunged from our republican vocabulay, as wholly obsolete in its political applica tion. The dictionaries define its meaning to be "fidelity to a prince or (sovereign," and as no such dignitary since 177C could claim our allegiance, there seemed to be no pro priety in adhering to this dead formality of royal grace and power. Wc fondly ntip posed that under the new order of things es tablished by our fathers, the jwHiplc were so sovereign and that the Government...

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. — 8 June 1866

CO., -r ""lrtAsMPPT or MTV.' Tn.VARHIDAITfrxioU AMEKICA.S. Office., Umiis41d Aaraicjjr Biuck. oon.tr Chureh and Cberry sia opiita flu Pmt 0 Voluntary comnunicatl cs, containinrinterest ng or important news, scHsitcd from any quarter. News letters from tbo various counties of the Stato especially desired. All communications should be addressed to the " IUtn.of thcU.MOX ASP AMEglCAX." TKS , $K 00 Daily Tri-Weekly - VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, EMDAY, JUNE S, 1S66. i ceaty NO. 157. , Proportionate rates forsorr.perio.li. Subscriptions invariably In advance. F. C. DUXXIXGTOX Oz EDITORS 4 rROFRIKTORS. DAILY UNION AND rwr flKsm v mt r. rrm1 'i n: m .liliiurw i m mi u ' ym Pinion ami &wman. miDAY. JUXE H, IJilitt. i-iti'iT vi. cottox iJu'oitTAarr scvrioxs. Correspondence or the Union American. The people of Tennessee aro toUfnc to make semething for markcL In Middle lwinoee, a large portion of the fanners have gone to railing ostton, and day by day for a whole year do they toil...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 8 June 1866

i4f r4 BY F. C. DUBNINGTON & CO. Inlly,$U; Trt.Wockly,$7; Weekly, 83. rmiAT jcxe s, i8oo. " OUR OUTSIDU 1MUCS. Uiki,1Uui Fruit w. Cotton Tho Now Iax Bill Important Dccuion Tho Scnato Caucus Flan, etti, etc. Focehi Pauc Habeas Corpus Arrnt of tlio President of tbo .Merchants' Bank. etc.. etc. .jAW, ., . . . . .: rruxstor ji:xi:kai; oi:vs. t aw.n 1 Hon. Joshua Hill, of Gcoreia, has been ap pointed ami confirmed as Collector of Customs at Savannah. The Senate Committee on Commerce, on Tnrsdny reported upon tho bill somo tirao nco passed by tho Home. rejulatinc tho dutiei and privilege of pilots, etc. They reeemmend num erous ehanscs. The first section, which is the most important one, as modified by them, is as follows: "If any cwtincer or pilot, licensed in purtuanco of law hy on Inspector, or Hoard of In spector, shall, to the hindrance of commerce, wronifnlly or unreasonably refuse to serve as Such on any steam vessol as authorized hy the terms of his license, or shall fail to d...

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. — 8 June 1866

Hi ppnaii , j, i - , -- . , --wr..- -., FKIDAY, JU.E K. 1SC0. ariiitai av nrivimunr. or Tin: TKAIXN. Louinflle and Xnihville Jtnilrnnd. Leaves Nashville at - 0:1.1 A SI fWO 1 SI Arrive at Louisville - 4.0 I' SI MM A SI Lmivoe Louisville at 7:K A SI r.....r-...... T;IM 1' SI Arrive at Nasiivillei - 4 460 P SI .: - V30 A SI Leaves Oallatin--.. fi.S A SI Arrive at NashvlUe - SUM A SI I.OttvM Nash.ville. - 440 P SI ArrlvosatOallatin fi-T) P SI Xaiitvilfc irf ChattaHffga llailroad. Leaves Nashville at T:40 A SI Arrives nt Chattanooga... ......-jr. P SI Lmvm PhottnfMWra n1R A M Arrives at Nahvillc 4-a. P SI Leaves Nashville Arrives at Chattanooza Leaves Chattanooga Arrives at Nashville- 3:40 A SI 8:2.'. I SI 0:00 A SI Nathville ami Decatur Jlaitrontl. Huntsville and Larkinsrille Mail Daily, except Sunday; Leave Nashville 0:50 A SI Arrives at Decatur 0:06 P SI Leaves Docatur 6:2) A SI Arrives at Naihvillc- - , 2.-O0 P SI HunUville, Memphis. Mobile, and New Orlenn Express Leaves Nashville P...

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. — 8 June 1866

$tnifln ami MKfrinn. HABEAS COIU'CN. Important Iecislon by Jntlgc XeKon r Ihc United States Supreme C'onrt. In tlic matter of John Ec.m, a prisoner in the Albany Penitentiary Habeas Corpus. Amasa J. Parker, for the Petitioner; W'm. A. Dart, District Attorney, for the tavern incut. Nelson, C. .1. The petition and return to tlic jvrit of Lilians corpus issued in this case, presents the following facts: The prisoner is a citizen, anil by occupa tion a farmer, in the Lexington District of the Slate of South Carolina, some eighty years of age, and never engaged in the mil itary service or connected with the army of thc United States, or of the so-called Con federate States, has been arrested and tried leforc a military commission, in pursuance of orders issued at headquarters of the Dis trict of Western South Carolina, Columbia, upon a charge of murder, convicted and enteneed for life to the Albany Penitenti ary. The specification in the record of the crime is the killing of a negro boy,...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 9 June 1866

WSSCTBWMt -M! C. IHJNNINGTON -V EDITORS . PROPRIETORS. CO. DAILY UNION AND mr. .vashttimx n.ui.-r onfiti.v ami Au:Kic.n. Oflice. lis i ox axd AueaiCAX Btoek. mrner Church and Cherrj' sts.. eprHH-te the I'u tMrt TKKua: $.iir-- $H fo Tn-tt eekty.-.. 7 co Weekly Proportionate ratea for shorter priel. Subscriptions inrariablr in ailvanco. Voluntary cominunicati ns, containing interest g or important news, soli:itcd from any quarter. New letters from tbe various counties of th jitnta especially desired. All communications siiould be addressed to the VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, -SATURDAY, JUNE " Rditurs of the Umox and AvrBtOAK." AMERICAN, 9, 1S66. m 15S l 1 r Pinion nnrt imman. matiikiiav. juari; , is;r.. TENNESSEE BONDS. Tiir cr.M'iM: .xu Tim mi;riou.s, OUR CREDIT AXD SOLVENCY. No Fraudulent Bonds Extant The following correspondence just jnib linlied, will prove intcrestiii" to Tennessee gonorally, and to all wlio are iK-cuniarily interested In tlic value of our Stale obliga ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 9 June 1866

r 1 " i""!J!iW9Wlfi i !l 1 !i $ BY F. C. DTONINGTON & CO. Unity. 81 I ; Trl-Wccltly, 8T; Weekly, 83. satcuhay, jcxc u, isor.. THE TKHYEEEKLY I'MOX AXD AMERICAN. Published every Tuosday. Thurjday ami Sat urday, each number containing the mailer of two Dailies. i nw bcinc iwuod from our oflico to aupply llic wants of thai larco claim of readers who arc. not satisfied with a Weekly and arc not situated to take a Daily. Price $7 per annum. Subicription taken for any time at that rate. mt oirrsmi: nuns. FiksT P.on. Tennessee Hon ds Improved View ef Nanhvillo Through Radical Spectacles Con federate Currency Question in the Gulf Statu. Fourth PiOE. ProseeutiOMfor Tretjon ic Ala bama Memphis News Church Politician! A Marrying Bureau. ITEMS OP GC.VT.ItAI. SEWS. Tlio question of parole or. bail for Jefferjon Daris has not yet boen formally brought forward by lib counsel, but tho Cabinet have bad the mat ter under consideration without, however, rearh ing a conclusion. Tho head of tho Agri...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 9 June 1866

i sATimnAY, juxn n, iscc. TH-E CITY. AKitiv.vx, and nniMiiTimi. or tii TKAINS. fjiummiUf anH Xathnitlr Ikailrmttl. Lve Nashville at (i-Ah A fcSI 1 Arrive l Iwiwvilln !:( P Mil A T:Oi) A 7:(l 1 40 P 1 S A Leaves I,Hiiville at - .Arrive at NJiW1lo-..-. ......... fi'iHtttiil AemHit4ttiaa. Leave liallalui ft A Arriros nt Nashville Leaves Nashville--" Arrives at Gallatin iVM A 4:40 fi:48 1 XailtviNr and VhuUaniHi liailrwul. I,ivN;ib Me at ....... 7:40 A M Arrives nt OhtUnoga .j-JS .... WX V M Loaves Chattaiinoea felft A M Arrive at Nashville 4:0) 1 M Leaves Nashville - fe M Arrives at Chattanooga.- 8:10 A M Leaves Chettaneora - fc2S 1 M Arrives at Nashville - - -() A M XathvWe ani Decatur Jtailroad. luntvillc and Larkinvillo Mail Daily, uxeopt Sued aye Leave NaAvlllc 5:50 A M Arrives at Deeatur ":0S 1' M Leaves Decatur - 6:20 A M Arrive at Naahville. -00 1' 31 UtititsriUe.Mcinphtf, Mobile, and New Orleans Leave Nashville I' M Arrive at Deeatur. 4:40 A .M J.eove Deentur 8:i0 1' M Arrive n...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 9 June 1866

Pinion Stwmran. CLOTHING. CINOINNAlT CARDS. CINCIOTATI CARDS. X0UISVILLE CARDS. LOUISVILLE CARDS. GEOCERIES, LIQUORS &c. rnosiximoxs rou tkkakox ix AI.AltAMA. Tlioon.e of. "XV. Gnle nml otlior. offer Inj; it Itcnanl tortile Ass:i-.slimtloiir Mr. I.iiiroln. From tho Montgomery Advertiser. ;U.) U. S. DisTmcT Co put Jrnr.K Bi'sti:ri, J'nraiDixo. In thin court on venlcnl.iv an indictment for treason was read ngainct Judge Wm. G. Jones. The indictment set forth that the accuicd did, in December ibW in connection with Jcfleraon Davis. Judah P. Benjamin, and divers others, con spire to obstruct the execution of the laws of the United States, attempt to overthrow said uovernment by inciting to anil organizing armed resistance and insurrection, 0c. Judge Jones was in court at the time the inicttnenl was announced and read. The accused was arraigned and plead "not guilty" with the understanding from the Court that such general pica nhoulI in no wise inter fere with any special plea that h...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 10 June 1866

- F. 4 CO. Voluntary oemmumcatlvri1. eontaiuinEintereet-i-r er important nw. jrlititcd from any quarter. News letters frstn tbs various counties of the t-'tatc ofpeeiallydcelrcJ. All communications ihould bo addressed to the " Editors of thoUi-iox amp Amebioak." m t m tim in n"" r Pinion ami American. KWjinAY. jitm: io, img. FENIAIT NEWS BY MAIL. THE IKYASION VIA ST ALBANS. How II was Ooiie mill Wlint Orrurrpil. The Prisoners in the Fori Erie Affair. A Note from Col. O'Neil, Etc, Etc. From the.Ciiveinnnti Commercial. St. Albaxp, June". The main body of the Fenian army epent last night at Frank lin, a small bonier town, fourteen miles from St. Albans, and twelve milea from the rail rotul line pawing into Canada, through Swanton. The force was about 1,500 strong, at the largost estimate, and only about one half of thorn were armed. Those having weapons carried them openly, without any attempt at concealment. Guards were poat il, with fixed bayonet, to protect property. nlv one cae of ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 10 June 1866

Pinion Htut StwcHan. BY F. OJ)UlfNINGT01& CO Dally, 81; Trl-WcoUlj-, 87; Wrvhljr, 83. STXDAT,JUXK 10,I8G0. THE TRI-HKKLY UNION AND AUEKICAN. lublishd every Tuesday, Thursday nnd Sat urday, suh number containing the matter of two Dailies, is nevr being issued from our office to supply the wants of 'hat larfro class of readers who arc not satisGed with a Weekly and arc not situated to take a Doily, l'rico $7 per annum. Subscription taken fur any time at that rate. (itin out.mii: ivvncs. Fibst Paui:. Particulars of tho Fenian Move ment Planting of Forest Tree on the Great Western Praries Spirit of lbo German Tresf Methodist Bishop now Living. FocRTn Vxar.. Dr. Stuart Robinson's Address at St. Louis. ittjis or GV.sr.nxi. xi:w.s. The Dank of Mobile and the Southern Bank of Alabama, in Mobile, hare commenced the re demptttm of their notes in crcenbacks. The five per cent, tax on cotton has bmuKht out remonstrance and protests from oil parts of tho South. Northern men and United States...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 10 June 1866

ft v Linton nntt Jstmcrirnn. siDfnAV, j vxi: i, lsoo. THE CITY. aruivat. axi nr.iMiiTimr. or tiik TIIAIXS. Tmiiitnill nnd XatJtville Jlailrond. Leaves Jwuhvillo at 6:46 A .M feist) Y JI Arrives at Louisville Leaves Louisville at f Arrives at Nashville .- 1' M S-.im A M . 7:0 A M . 7:00 P M . AM Y M .MA M Lea v Gallatin .. 6M A M Arrive at Jiaalivillc - - SfcOO A M Loavci Nashville, 4:49 P M Arrives at Gallatin 9:W Y il Xa7H?illr nri' GtnHniuoea Jlailrond. I.MVM V.Jii'Ha at . M A JI Arrive nt Chattanooga LcaTcs Cbntloma - - ArrJfes atNasvlTle Loaves Nashville Arrives at Chattanooga Leaves ChntUinooira Arrives at Nashville - & P M - fe A M P J I fcSO P M 3jW A M &2S P M 600 A M Nathville tmd Decatur Jlailrond. HtHittrille ami Larkinsrille Mail Daily, except nundays Leaves Nashville ........... .... ... :V) A M Arrives at Decatur -skOS P JI Leave Deatur - - 6:3) A JI Arrives at Nashville- r - 2.-00 J JI .Huntsville, Memphis. MoLile. nud Now Orleans m t'fnrmi Leaves SaJivlIlo. S...

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. — 10 June 1866

Pinion unrt"m.cvi)c;fnv EXTIIAtT5 rilOSI im.NTlTAKT KOIUX. NOVK ADDRESS, AT MERCANTILE i.irkai:v ii.vi.i.. Ji'.vr: -itu, isr.c. Oar readers are aware of the action of the late General A Kombly of the Prcabytcriaii Church, at St. Louin, in regard to Dr. RoV inson and those of its members, who have protested against the course of that Iwrlv. By invitation, Dr. Robinson was permitted to defend himself and those who anted with him. After some proper poraona! allusions, the Fpeoch opens with the great subject of the relationship of the Church to the State. Wc append as much as we have ppacc for of the argument upon that oint, and regret tlwt we arc- not able to give the whole of the vindication of his character as a minister of Chrit, and the scorching exposure he makes of th: religious Jacobins who have assumed the control of "the venerated church whose tme.and pure principles he bo ably upholds : You arc aware, men and brethren, that ever kinco the conflict between truth and falsehood ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 12 June 1866

kJ5B r. c. ntrxxiXGTON EDITOR A- PROPRIETORS. CO. Voluntary eommunieatt ns. containineintereft n or important nw. Vi!itoJ fmtn any quarter. New letters from tlie various counties of the State ceponally desired. All communications snould bo addrestod to tbe " Editors of the Union jinb Amkriras." DAILY UNION AND AMERICAN, VOLUME XXXIII. NASHIOLLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1S66. NO. 160. Pinion unit 3nuvicitn. tit-shay. .it'Sfi: 12, icr.. United States Circuit Court at Rich mond, June 6th, 186G. I'rorrtsliiiR In Itrsmrl IIlllll. rroro tbe liiclnnond Time of tlie 7tli, we take the following interc-ting proceedinc in reganl to Mr. Davis. JuJpc Underwood (addressing the Aatiip tant District Attorney) Mr. Hcncwy, wc arc ready to hear from you. As Mr. Honewy rose the dense crowd that filled the court room rose also and pressed eagerly fprward around the bar, HiOcuirtc, intently to hearcvorv vo.nl Uiat might fall from lils lips. Those who could not reach the bar monnted-on chairs and lnc...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 12 June 1866

Ik tatam Pinion iitul SVnuvunn; BY F. C. DUNNTNGTON & CO. Hnlly, SI 1 : Trl-WXfMy, 87; Weekly, S3. TUKSIKVY, JILVi: 12, 1SGO. ouu oirrs'ini: iaes. 1'iwt Pjuie. Tbe Case of .Mu. Davis in the U. S. Dwtrict Court at Richmond Arrct of Presi dent ItGKEUlfi The Treason Cases in Alabama A Dy of Gloom to the Planter. Fhjtm Pali: A Ileroof Four Wars Agricul tural PrefpoeU of Eastern North Carolina. ituis or nr.xr.uAi. stws. The bar of Memphis. W. K. Poston.. Chair man, publish an eulogistic ttibulc to the lotc Joe. WiekertliaHi, one of their associate recently de ceased. Tbe Metropolitan Police Board of Mitnpbif, appointed on Saturday, Jacob Swive l and Thomas C. Bradley; Captains of Police, and S. S. Garrett, Prank W. Fax. It. SI. Hamilton and C. A. I.ain bere a4 SercennU. The Petersburg (Va.) Krptft eoye that Fiti hugh Lee is not ciiRiified in the Fenian nrorc-ucnt. It knot likely that any of the family of that name would encore in the cnterprif c. Hon. Win. Porchcr Allies of Charlesto...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 12 June 1866

!! SCtnion ami gtwrvirau TUESDAY. JUA'E 12. 1S00. THE CITY. AIEIMVAI. A.M IlIlI'AKTUltr. !' THE THAI AN. IjfnH9iUe and jYfrtle Untirwtd. Ltwvee Na4ivll!cnt 0:4-, A AI - ti-Tll SI -. I:) 1' .M fl A At 7rf A Al T:fpO I' .M 4) P Al frM A M Arrives at Iiouierille Lmw Lfmii-villu at Arrises t Kaskrille Loaves Oallitju ftW A 51 ArMV at jVrfShv.He .. tWt A M .Leave KaskriHe - -49 P Al Armo at UnMaHn - few p jj A1ilrei7 ' Chattanooga J!a i (road. I.raires Nashville lit 7:10 A M Arrive at JHittanoria. - ........ fc 1 Al Lers CtmttewKiea ........ ... M5 A AI AniifusntNaslivillp - 4:fi 1 M Leaves XiuAville . rl I .M Arrlres rfl Chnttiim.i S:W A Al l.etire Chttanwa - K:'J5 1' Al Arrival at Nashville - A .M A'liVeWrmiil Pteatur Jlaifrnad. Hunltriile and Lnrkinsrille Mall Daily. exeept auinliij's .I..yW Nashville A M Arrived at Decatur - fctfi P AI I.Mi'M Deentur- -- 0:3) A M Arrive BtXaiOtville. 2:00 P Al JIunUWHe, AlMplii. AIoMIe, nrxl New Orleans Kxprets l.ravw Naslirillc P 51 Arrive at Deestu...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 12 June 1866

itttiou awl - American. CLOTHING. CINCINNATI' CARDS. CINCINNATI CARDS: X0UISVILLE ca'rds: 0UISVIEEEwGXllIs: ' A hero orFoi'itWAiw. .iiMnn Servos nsTcxni Ranker, United Smiesltcpulnrniiil t'oiifedornle Vol tin leor I Wounded ,TiveiilS!veii Times In Twice ICU for IcoI Itocov- and now Threatens to Join tlio l'c ttlitun Is Ilobbeil in (lie Mi cot nntl l.oosto Work Illte an IIonoHt M.m. From the Memphis Argue.! Some of the details of one of tlio mojl re markable careers that perhaps ever was ex perienced have come into our possession, and we give the account to our readers as we received it, only promising that we have not the remotest grounds for supposing the story exaggerated. The man is now employed on a farm two or three miles from this city, and has a good character for veracity. About the year 1 823, one of the strongest and mot daring of the bands of the Rangers who guarded the frontiers of Texas, was commanded by a North Carolinian named Worth, and among all its members none po?...

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