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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 28 December 1865

4k 4 I t: CO., EDITORS i PROPniETORS. Voluntary communications, containins Interest ing or important news, iolicitcd from ny quarter. News letters from th Tarioui counties of tho Stato especially desired. AH communications inouM bo addrcwed to llio " Editors of tho Union" axd Avkmcis." MEDICA I SEYMOUR, 3JL D. (Late Itrieadc Surgeon, U. S. A,) OCULIST AXD AVKIST, Oflico 33 Cedar itrcct,bctwccn Summer and Cherry. NASHVILLE. Offieo far treatment of all Diseases ef tho Eye and Ear, operations far Squintins. Cataract, cct.. pcrformeil, nox 7co, o. dceG Smlstp. REAL ESTATE AGENTS. DISSOLUTION. rpnK firm heretofore cxiMimr under ihf tiamo. 1 firm and stylo or V. MATC HROW.V & Co.. is this day dissolved hy mutual consent- -Mr. llrown retires from the business. Jlr. Cullender, in connection with I'uineu Oarrett, will ro tiniic the Heal Kstnto Luines at the old stand W. Matt, llrown x Co.. 5VoWX. TilOS. CALliENDKlt. OlXRETT. T. ClLlXSnKK. CALLENDER & GARRETT, Kutoswn to VT. JUtt. Bro...

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. — 28 December 1865

or in I B AMERICAN. BY F. C. DTIMHINGTON & CO, OFFICE: CORNER CHURCH AND CHERRY STS.. OEOSITE THE POST OFFICE. Terms :DnIIy, 814; Weekly. S3. TJTUKSDAT, DECEMIIER. 88, ISG.1, From "V iiHliintoii. 4 TirESOCTnEItXMEJIBEItSTO UK AD MITTED. Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Enquirer. "Wabhikoton, December 23. The Southern members held a caucus on "Wednesday evening, December 20, and re solved to go to their homes and remain until March 4, at any rate. On the succeeding day, the Secretary of Slate, in conversation with Senator Segur, of Virginia, said that the Southern members would all be admitted on the reopening of the session, and requested Mr. Segur to return by that time, if he left, the Capital. The Secretary gave no reason or founda tion for his assertion, but said it might be relied upon. itoin or gi:i:uai. skwh. No little astonishment is expressed at tlic con tinued magnitude of tho receipts of the Internal Revenue Bureau. Not tho least amazed indivi duals are the officers...

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. — 28 December 1865

UNION AND AMERICAN. TIItKSDAT, DECEMBER 2S, 1S05. ARRIVAE AXIS DCPAUTDBK OF THE TRAINS. Loutsrifr ami A'athriU Jlailroad. Leave Nashville nt . A '?! 0:3) P M 6:00 1 M Arrives at Louisville Leave Louisville at 5:00 A M 7.-O0 A M G:(J0 1 M Arrivcs-at Nashville J G:00 A 51 JMptfittd and Kentucky Jlailroad. Leaves Nvvillc.. Arrive at, Xrt-hvillc- 3.-00 P M 9:00 A M fi:.V) A Arrives at Springficld- Aai7.ri7fe and Chattanooga Jlailroad. Leaves Nah ville at : A M ArriiMut Nashville ' ' M T HtaHiinnnra ............ 6:40 P AT A. rri res nt Chattanooga 6: JO A si Xaihville nnd Xtrthvtitern Jlailroad 6:00 P M Arrive at Johnsonville 11.-00 P M Leave Johnonvillo- VSfl A JI C:S0 A M Arrive at Nashville Atif Artf and Pecatur Jlailroad. Leave Nashville . Arrive at Decatur Junction at Leave Decatur Junction Arrivo at Nash ville . -. Leave Nashville Arrive at Columbia--.....--.... Leave Columbia.. .... 7:15 A M . 3:.T0 P M .... S:."!0 A M 5SB P JI . 2:00 P M . 410 P JI ... 7:15 A M 9:45 A JI mr atjia...

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. — 28 December 1865

Union and American. THCKSnAT, DECEMBER 28, ISM. AJTcw Poem. The following happy conceit has not onlr tho . .r...i;t in iha conception, but a spirit lUUUVlVtlftuiiu'V - " or genuine pathos pcrrades every line " Between the sunset and the rca wTlove laid hand, and lips on i w Of sweet camo eour. of day came nigni. Or long desire camo brief del Ah love, and what things ""J JJctwcciithe sea-downs and the sea "Between tho f ea-Tnaxk andthe sea Joy grew to grief, grief me Lovo turned to team, and tears to fire. And dead delight to new defiro: Love's taliaovo' touch there seemed to bo Between the aca-sand and tho sea, " Between tho sundown and the sea Love watched one hourof lovo with me; Then down tho all-golden water ways His feet flew after yesterday's ; T saw them como and saw them flco Between tho sea-foam andthe soa. "Between the aea-strand and the sea Lovo fell on sleep, sleep fell on mo; The first star saw twain turn to ono Between tho moonnse and the sun; The next, that saw not lo...

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 December 1865

F. C. DUaaIaGTON & CO., EDITORS k FItOFrtfETORS. Voluntary commnnicationi, containing interest- ins or important newi, i olicited from any quarter. Hews letter! from the various oountfes of the Etate especially desired. All communications should be addressed to tha " Editors of tho Uxiox and Amkeicas." DAILY UNION AND AMERICAN, VOLUME XXXIII. NASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1S65. NO. 21. MEDICAL. GROCERS & BANKERS. INSURANCE. DRY GOODS. Union and American. (Late Brigade Sarseon, U. S.A.) OCULIST XSI AURIST, Office 33 Cedar strect.bctwccn Summer and Cherry, NASHVILLE. Office for treatment of all Diseases of the Eye and Ear, operations for Squinting, Cataract, ecU performed. BOX 7C0, P. O. decG Smlstp. REAL ESTATE AGENTS. II. EWISO, J. It. EWING, SAINT JLOUIS S31 US tv25 EWING & CO., MUTUAL LIFE WHOLESALE GEOCERS, Receiving, Forwarding INSURANCE COMPANY, HOME OI'FCE: XO. CO XOilTII TI1I11D St SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURL Wholesale House, BECONSTRUCTIOIV. THE DEBATES. R...

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. — 29 December 1865

s Mi M 1IRIC1H. BY F. C. DUN2OTGT0H" & CO. OFFICE: CORKER CIIURCII AND CHERRY srs., opposite the post office. Terms l IaUj-, $14; 'WoeUly, 83. TRIDAT, PECiuun;n 20, isr.5. mais of gexeral xi:ws' Late dif patches from Washington stale that the President has pardoned all Missiwippians of the twenty thousand, dollar class and others, who hare becrundorsed by Messrs. Sharkey and Hum phreys, and has ordered that the pardons he given over to a Mississippi agent Tho issuing of pardons has almost entirely coasrd. About a dozen rcquiritions were made recently for North Carolina cases all of tho twen ty thousand dollar clus. Tho Comptroller of the Currency states that no new national hanks can be created, and char ters will he riven only to those whose applications were presented prior to June lit, 1865. Tho United Slatss has confirmed tho appoint mcnof Chas. Dnrkce. of Wisconsin, to he Gover nor of the Territory of Utah. Governor Durkce is already in tho Mormon land.and has discovered, n...

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 December 1865

7 ( UNION AND AMERICAN. TOIDAY, IECKMItr.U 29, 1R05. AIIKIVAI. AND 'nKPAKTUKE OF THE TRAINS. T-m.r;7c and XtuhvilU Jlailroad. T ..... Vn.tirHlc Jit ...... .. TQ A t 6:no j. i :... T nin.vJllB 6:00 P M "J."- " .. " 5.-00 A .'I Leaves Iiouifrillo at Arrivcs at Nnshvillc- 7:00 A M 0:00 P M &SS0 P M 0.00 A 31 rj,KM and Krntuch Jlailroad. t v-l-:n 3:00 P M lltJId.."'- qjyi l Arrive at.iSashv.llc- W A M aT MJZ 5:25 P M V.lr.Zfc and Chattanooca Jlailroad. Learn Nashville at A M i , V .. cV. ril 1 n ........ o.io 1 .u Icarc Chattanooga ;! i V v.. .7. .., nI Ar(&vi'rn Jlailroad T.v..t.-tii C-00PM Arrireat Johnonville Ji T - Tl...,,.;tl " A .i V.V,ill l A .11 JfathrilU and Decatur Jlailroad. Leavo Na"hvillo r Arrive at Docatw Junction at.- J.cave Decatur Junction Arrivo at Nashville ,ravo Nashville ..... Arrive at Columbia. 7:15 A M SiTO P M f.m a m &35 r .M aoo i m 4:.0 I M Leave Columbia rriv atNashville- 7:15 A M 9:15 A M lf,.n.n.fr on lCt 7'o"U ytilMronii. Leaves Montgomery at...

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. — 29 December 1865

r r Union and American. rxiDAT, DECxamot 20, lstw. The Ylrptnlans. iron. Ilenrv Clav Dean, of Iowa, in a speech delivered at Hackcnsack, Xcw Jcr fcj, a few days ago, paid the following trl bulc to Virginians : I daro speak one kind word for the op pressed in the very teeth of the oppressor. Since Adam took possession of Eden, no part of his heritage has given to man such an hundred vears of history as that of Virginia, th the uublic life of George "Washington, and ending with the surrender of the armies of General Ilobcrt E. Lee. Tim frrofit nrntor. Patrick Henry, -whose spirit lighted up the great Revolution, and whose mild, sweet voice called armies up the vallevsand down from the mountains to defend ifew York, New Jersey and "Massa chufcetta from the invader's hoof, was a Vir ginian ; George "Washington, who led those armies, was a Virginian ; momas jenerson, whose great soul encompassed the world and (!m vch'u h thf most illustrious icriol3 in the twet nnrl tirtent century unner...

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 December 1865

EDITORS A PROPRIETORS. CO., Voluntary communications, eontainlnrJnterest iae or important newt, tolicitcd from any quarter. Sewi Ictten from thi various oountics of the State especially desired. All communications iliould bo addressed to the Itdlrors of tho U.mox ask Amemcax." MEDICAL. DAILY UNION VOLUME XXXIII. GROCERS & BANKERS. AND AMERICAN, THE XASKTXXIX BAIXT AXB OfEeslUnka aaaliawrtsaaBIockemr ChargS aaa inerrr ttreett, oweaHa u i"et Ulfcoo.) Daily- IHHl NASHVIIjLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1865. INSURANCE. 1 SETMOUft, M. D. It. EVIXO, J. II. EW1SC, SAINT fcOUIS 'J (Late Ilriirade Sureeon, U. S. A,) OGUI.IST AND AURIST, Oflico 36 CeJar jtreot.bctwccn Summer and Cherry, NASHVILLE. Office fortrcatmcnt of all Diseases of the Kye and Ear, operations for Squinting-, Cataract, cct. performed. IMX 7CC, P. O. deed 8mlstp. REAL ESTATE AGENTS. EWING & CO., MUTUAL LiFE WHOLESALE GROCERS, Eeceiying, Forwarding INSURANCE COMPANY, IIOJIE OFFCE: SO. SO SORTIE THIRD St SAINT ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 30 December 1865

108 m AMERICAN. BY F. C. DUOTOTGIOH & CO. OFFICE: CORNER CHURCH AND CHERRY 6T&, OPPOSITE THE IOST OFFICE. I Terms: Dally, ,811; WccUly, W. w PI, i i ESATURD.VY, DEOTIIJEU 30, 1S03. ITEMS Ol EXKAIi SEH V 1 The President of (he United States is said to U be preparing n message to Congcas in which he f will inform that body why Mr. Davis has pot teen tricd-1 l It it Toported in Indianapolis that Governor ' Morton, of Indiina.rwliO ii on his tray to Europe, has been commissioned Minister to England. Frederick DonelayshMwritterialcttcraccept ing the poitlon of Delegate In Wnsnington of tho colored mcniof NcwTfe-rlc. "' "" Ex-Attorney-Gcncral Black, of Mr. Buchan an' Cabinet, has formed a law partnership in Washington with Mr.Xamon, formerly lawpartncr with Mr. Lincoln. It if reported that Secretary Stanton hag is sued an order, petting apart all tho ground upon which thclbattle of Fort Pillow occurred, fur tho j purpose of erecting n monument thereon to tho memory of tho Federal ...

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 December 1865

jm AHIUffiERICAH. s.vTritAY, pEcr.juir.is so, isos. ATtniVAi, xxn nnrAKTunc or the TKAIXS. T au. . mil XatlnilU Hailroad. Leaves Nashville at ZTZZZ $0 P M ,T..rl.sZ fc P M Arrma 4M. '. &00 A M Leaves Louisville at Arr'vcs at NnshYillo- Trf A M ftOO P M feM P M G:00 A M l'.l ..t.1J ,1 Krulurlv Hailroad. " M'lsr.-- " a m Arrive, Vt SlTrindicM f I' i v..t.rjit. i . fi:W A M Arrant XVilic Mj LeavraOliKttannwja ' ArrivosntOiattanooitR .Yn.ari We in' JVerrtiresteni Hailroad Le .ivo Na.liville ; f, ? Arrive t Jolmsnnvillc i ?i Leave .lohnsnnvillc- A C A'nvo atNaaliville- c A M .Yrf XriW nnrf Deeatur llailniad.. Lmvo Xa.hr .He ;:. A M Anve at Dwwlnr Junction at w ' JcaveI)c"Hlnr.Innetion An .vo at Na-hville j M ,mvc Nn.hvitle -; 7 , ft Amvo ol Columbia- Leave Columbia i;J? A M mT at Nashville A " Mnnlmmery and Vfttl Point Hailroad. I.tf.vp Montgomery at- A M Am, at Wj-t Point at 1 J " Columbus at '' , Leaves Wrt Pointat CJamWat - A, J Arrives at Montgomery at 1 -11 Mr. Jonv"V. Faxos is ...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 30 December 1865

v. . t;-7 .mi- 1. Union and American HATURBAY, DECEMBER 30, 1803. - n ; The following beautiful little -poem appears in the Mobile A rfpertiscri ffi d ijlcp inter, .11 Is from the pen of a gentleman" fovoraUy known to the press of NaMc. TO bt an. t. "ncTcnrs. - . I met thec first where dainty feet Were twinkling in the wildcring danpe A Tionici w poeti meet In lore-lit dreams of youth s romance. I wondered why n. form so orient Hadleaherfaroffbearcn of light. And wandered wthward to enhance The splendor of that gala night. ThathonfwcntTjy.bntlcft to mo 111 world of wealth a dream of thee! We met again. Twos whero tho light Of Southern etare lay calm and bright On orange grove and sleeping stream And to my ionl came back that night The splritof iU olden dream. But thou watt for too happy then, Ai queen of .all that brilliant throng Of fairy girbi and gallant men Too joyous mid the dance and song To hear what I had flung away Earth's brightest diadem to say,l The morning came, and tha...

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 December 1865

G 5" I, F. C. UXNt'G,TON; & CO. EDErOSS & PROPRIETORS. ii Voluntary eoamiBioalioas, cenliiaitc tat'tr1 inc or Important ecwi, solicited from itr quarter, News letters from tie various counties of the rm??u,ih9 via svaaw wsua aw MEDICAL. F, SETMOTJBj MD;, (Late Bricado'Sureoon, U. S. A,) OCULIST AXI AUKIST, Office 39 Cedar trect,betwecn Summer and Cherry. NASIIVILLE. Office for treatment of all Discacs of the Eye and Ear, operation! for 6iuinUntv Cataract, ect, performed. . BOX 76(t, P. O. d-xfr 3mltp. REAL ESTATE AGENTS: DISSOLUTION. rplIE firm heretofore exirtinr nnrter the name 1 firm and ntyle of W. MATT BROWN & Co., in this day dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. Brown retires from the business. Mr. Callcnder, in eonpeetion with Vhineai Uarrett, win co tlnue the Real Estate business at the old stand T1I0S. OALLENDEIU OAEKETT. T. CitLISDXJt. CALLENDER & GARRETT, (Successors to W. Matt.Bbows k Co J Real OEHtrito Affonts, 41 Cherry Street, WILL Rive their' prompt atten...

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 December 1865

t--rtz . r UNION MD AMERICAN. it p. c. suinrarGTOff & oo. OFFICE: C0R5ER CHURCH AND CHERRY ST8, OPPOSITE THE TOST OFFICE. Terms Builjr, git; Weekly, 83. NUNBAT, .BECEJCBER 31, 1863. NOW IS THE TDIE TO SUBSC X&XJ3 33 FOR THE UNION & AMERICAN. OUB SEVERAL EDITIONS, DAILY, . TRI-WEEKLY, (BOOK TO T.TL ESTABLISHED,) And WEEKLY, WHX MEET TIIE "WANTS OT ,11,1, CXASSES Or READERS. The DAILY will contain tho LATEST NEWS, BY MAIL AND TELEGRAPH, From all parts of tho country, embracing potrncAi COMMXRCIAE, FIXAXCIAE, IXDL'KTKIAli, agriccxturae, axii a gexerae m ikceixaxv. Of information, relating to the Religious, Domes tlcand Social condition of the people, NORTH AND SOUTH. The TkMFkkslt, which will be rcgnlar;y issued bo oon as the necessary arrangements can bo per fected, will contain all the most important matter treated in tho Daily, and a largo advertising ILat showing the general business of tbii and other cities. The Weekly, which will be enlarged as circum stances ihall re...

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 December 1865

1 MM AND AMERICAN. - STJXBAX, BBCEXBER 31, ISM. ARRIVAL AND BEPARTSTRE or THE TRAINS. ' Louutillt and XaAtM Railroad, Leaves Nashville at 7J A M . fc30 1' M r,ioa v m Arrives at LonlsvlIIe- -tyo A M Leaves LouUviIlc at Arrive at Nashville 7.-00 A M .. C:00 P M 5:30 P M -MAM Edgejitld and Kenfuelv Railroad. Lmtb Nnjhvjlle- 00 P M Arrive at Nashville MJAM Leaves 8pnng8dd-.. KiO A M Arrive at Spnatfie'.d 5:25 P M Xailcillc and Chattanooga Railroad Leaves Na-hvllle at A M Arrives at Nashville &15 1' M leaves Chattanoora ft P M Anivciat Chattanooga.-...-"" - u- A Jtt Jiatlvillt and XtrthwtiUrn Railroad leave Nashville - V M Arrive at Johnsnnville V I Leave Johrnonvlllc .- - lJ A M Arrive at Nashville MO A I A'atnville anrf Decatur Jlailroaa. Leave Nashville : 7:15 A M Arrive at Dooatnr Junction at Leave Decntor Junction-.- Arrive at Nashville- .. Leave Nashville Arrive at Columbia- ,-. x. i- .11 S:3) A M &X V M 2. 00 P M . 4:-T0 I' M . 7:15 A M . 9:15 A M Leave Columbia rriv at N...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 31 December 1865

ppad, American. V ' SUM AY, nKCEliBEK 31, 163 THE LEGEND OP ST. NICHOLAS A RTeRT TOR OUR LITTLE FKIESilM. Now that the holidays arc over and our little Meads, the cliildrcn, far and near, ;narcbccntl.crcdplcntaof eo many fcvora frpm that ever good but mysterious person aSr.XicHoiJthey wffl be anxiously enquiring of lathers and mothers as to ivho he is and what is Ms history. For their in formation, therefore, we mike this bnef epitome oT the fact, trusting that the life of innocence and purity ascribed to this myth ical personage will so rest upon their minds and hearts that they will commence early to imitate Ids example in deeds of love and charity, remembering that an illimita ble field for the exercise of such virtues is ever before them. St. Nicholas was born in the province of Lycia in Asia Minor. His parents were of great wealth, and noble. They had been many years married without the blessing of a cfiild, and the birth ofNicholas was hailed with many prayers and exceeding gr...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 2 January 1866

F. C- DUXXIXGTOX A; CO., Voluntary communications, containing In tern t- Jar or important news, solkiled from tar qaartcr. News letters from the various counties of the State eicciallydcsircd. All communications jboulu be addressed to the Editors of the Usios aud AvrniCAK." MEDICAL. F, SEYMOUR. M. D., ' (Late Brigade Sargcon, U.S.1 A,) . , "OCBMST AXD ATJRIST, Office 33 Cedar strect,bctwecn Summer and Cherry," NASHVILLE. , Office for treatment" of all-!Disea'cs" of the Eye and Ear, -operations Ut, Squinting, -Cataract, oct. performed. BOX 768, 1'. O. doctr-Jmisip.. .: i j I HEAL ESTATE AGENTS. 7, flMIE firm heretofore existing under the name- isthls'dav diwolved hy mutual consent. Mr. llrown retires from the holiness. Mr. Callcnder, in . connection with rhincas Uarrvlt. will cp tinue the Heat Estate business at the old stand W. Matt. IJrown i Co.,.41 ChriryWrrct. W. MATT. llHOWN, THOS. CALLENDEK. ' OABBKTT. T. CALKSDBa. CALLENDER & GARRETT, (Suceessorrto W. Matt. Bbowk & Co,...

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

'j -5 r jt I 1 N ORIOR 1RD iMERICiN. 1Y r. c. DxwrairoK & CO. OFFICE : CORNEK-CHUXCX rAXD CIIERUY STS OPPOSITE THS TOST OFFICE. ?tPBSA.T,J JTAXCARY 2, 1865. iTKQM WASHUTGTON. The i.'rvntdcHt's Recontitnictiess Policy Griinlns1' " tlrGHBd A Majority or feothlllotinc For It Tlio .Arrest or Commodore Scmnia CaHc or It, Special Dispatch to tho Louirrille Courier. WAsraifaTON, Dec 30. Evidence of the growing strength of the President's party is stronger to-day than ever before. Assur ances of support of the Administration pol icy have been received from unexpected sources. Asms expected, the opportunity afforded to the Sebators and, Representatives to leel -the pulse of their constituents, has resulted in the conversion of several of the most ob servant of the Radical.! to the views of the Administration. There ia no doubt now entertained that the reconstruction, measures -of President Johnson will be' sustained at an early day by both Houses of Congress. The arrest of Scmmes is stro...

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

UNION MD-AMERICAN. TTJBSBAT, JAXTJARV 2; 185. AKMVAIi JUfD DEPARTURE OF THE TRAINS. houireilU and XaiJitilU Railroad. Leaves Nashville at ;-. .,0--1tl A-M Arrive at Louisville. . &00 P M 60 A M - 7:00 A M Leave Louisville at- Arrives at Nnshvillo . 5:30 1 P M 6:00 A M Edgefield and Keniucty Railroad. Leaves Nfuhville-..- 3.-00 P M Arrive al Nnshvlllc- . . 00 A M Leaves Springflold ...... . fc50 A M Arrives at Sprine5cJd......-....... ... 5-.25 P M XatfitUU and Chattanooga Railroad. Leave Nashville at 8.-00 A M Arrives at Nashville 6:15 P M Leave Chattanboga 6:10 P M Arrive at Chattanooga BAH JTatnvltU and Xtrihwttirn Railroad Leave Nashville 6.-00 V M Arrive at JohnnonTillc....... .11:00 P M Leave J ohnsonville. 1:50 A M Arrive at Naihv ill e- CM A M Tfaihvillt and Decatur Railroad' Lear Nashville 7:15 A M Arrive at Decatur Junction at 3:30 P M Leave Decatur Junction. &30 A M Arrive at Nashville .- &35 P M Leave Nashville- 00 P M Arrive at Colombia;.- . 4:30 P M Leave Co...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 2 January 1866

Union and American. TTESDAY, JAJXTJAJIY 2, 1S63. XAjjht nntl Shades of 3few 3!ork BlaHp-llKlitRndlyllKtat-TlieTJjiiyer Crusts or Society The Fashionable. Concert Naloon-Tfec "Vrctty "VYnlter GirlM Hcr History and Mod of IAfc-sIrr IAkcacsa to the -Parisian .SrJee The Eleventh Horn .Tcnklm nnrt OoncTleve The llannler nml the HnnBtcd-rcH lIctHPC-The Fancy Xan-Rcflectlonn on the Concert Sa loon EvilIta Kcal S'amc-Tho 1)1 cane and the Cure. New York (lllh) Correspondence Richmond " .Ex aminer. THE rASinOKABLE CONCEIIT SALOOn, of -which there are several in TctT York. The largest and most " lashionablc" liaa en trance from three of our most aristocratic etrecta, and shall not receive advertisement here by a more exact designation of locality. Imagine a vast hall, underground, it is true, but palatial in ite proportions and fur niture, frith a gandy bar in the centre, and upward of fifty small marblo -tables, -while the floor is also of marble, giving out a stately, cavaljcr-likc ring to y...

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