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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 13 June 1866

C. cfc EDITORS PROPRIETORS. CO. Voluntary comraunics.Uiis. containing intcrcst g or important ntwi, scllsitcd from any quarter. Nows litters from tbo rnrious counties of the f tate especially desired. All communications should bo addressed to the " JMiters of the Umos .mm AmkiICAS.1 f mi.ii n imw Pinion niul Smniciut. WKK.MISDAV, JVSK IS. lfOC. UKC'XKTRL': r I U V. It-Xll from tin; Slur inittce. Chamber Com- Below we give from the National IhIcIH- gmetr, of the 9th inst., the concluding and etccntial ortion of the report of the Com mittee on Keoons-truction, appointed at the opening of Congress in December last. The first portion is devoted to a discussion of the condition of the Southern people at the cloe of the war of the origin of the war, and ita loading political incidents of the condition of the States as component members of the Federal Union of the jKjwer of the Presi dent over the iulion of reorganization of bin nnwisc clemency to prominent Icadere of the Southern movement...

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. — 13 June 1866

juul gwuyfatttt. BYfTc. loTOKDi'QTON' &C0. Dully, 814; Trl-Weckly, 87; Weekly, 3. WE IIll-WEEEKLT U.M0X AND AMERICAS, Published every Tuesday. Thursday and Sat urday, each number containing the matter of two Dailies, is new iJeing issued from otrr oflico to supply tho want of that largo class of readers who are not ralbCed with a Weekly and are not situated to take a Daily. Prico $7 per annum. Subscription taken for any Umo at that rate. OUK OUTSIDE PACES. First Pjhik. Report of tho Reconstruction Committee The Finale of tho Fenian Move mentConfederate MoTcment at Mobile. Fourth Paoe. View of the Prcs or Missis sippi on National Affairs, etc-, etc. items or (icxmiL news. Tho thermomettr in our office, third story, at It) o'cloek Monday nitht, etood at SS. On last night, at the ramo hour, it aealn stood at 88. We learn by telccraph, that at Memphis. Monday noon, the thermometer stood at K.". Commodore Vamikrbiit has offered to go bail for JrrFKRsos Davis. Thau. Stevesb continues ...

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. — 13 June 1866

hlxxmx ami &wmcau. WEnxiisn.vY, jitxi: is, iscn. THECI T Y . akiuvai. and nrPAKTonr. or tiik TltAIXN. TswiwniUe and Xaihville Railroad. Loaves Nashville at .. . u:4 A .11 (WW l M Arrive at Louisville- Leavos Iouicvlllo at i Arrive at Nashville, 4.0d P M . 7.-) A M 7:00 1' M 4:5U P M Leave OalliitJB Arrivos at Knelt vi He - Leaves Nashville. - Arrives at Gallatin- .. . &K A M IMsi A M 4:40 1 M 0:4Q F M XathviHe and Chattanooga. Jtailroad. .1 III I l.wirM Vnthriltf nt 7:40 A M Arrives nt Chattanooga Learos Chattanosa Arrivec at Nashville MR P M :l.r, A M 1 4:05 ! M uiwi 73 mil tin: . ...v., j .t Arrives at Chattanooga S:40 A M Leaves Nashville TkX P Si j.cavcs viinueiiooen n:2 r .vi Arrive at Nashville 0:00 A M Xathville and Dtmtur Ilailrttad. Huntsville anil Larkinsvllle Mall Daily, rxeept Leaves Nashville tWW A M Arrives at Deeotur Wfi 1 M Loaves Dcfttur- fi:9l A M Arrives at Nashville- - 00 1 M Huntsville, Memphis. Mobile, ami New Orleans Lxprees Leaves Nashville,. - R:30 P...

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. — 13 June 1866

Stnifln and SUwMinut. THE PRESS OF XISSISSIPPI-ITS Views AXDmrnxcs ox xvriox ai. ArrAins. he editors and publishers of MiRslsmppt held a meeting at Jackson on the Cth and 7th Inst., to consider matters appertaining to their interests. On the second day the fol lowing resolutions were offered by Col. E M. Ycrger, of the MmUsippian, and were unanimously adopted: Whereas, The opinions of the pross be ing generally regarded as the representative medium of the opinions of the people it may not be inappropriate for this Convention to jji ve expression to its views concerning the political situation of the entire country : We of Mississippi, having submitted the diffciences which divided the North and the South to the arbitrament of arms, and hav ing failed, after a long and gallant struggle to secure our independence, have desired, and now desire, in good faith, to acquiesce in and abide by the results which have been decided by the issue of the late contest ; therefore, Be it raolred, Th...

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. — 14 June 1866

innriiiif rr-rimtiTTiBr--m I C. BFNXINGTON V CO., EDITORS .V PROPRIETORS. Voluntary oommunicatnos, containingintcrest m or important news, srHtited from any quarter. News letters from tbe various counties of tho Mate rspcciallydetirctl. Ml communications sboulj bo addressed to the " Hditor of the Ukiox xn Auicricak." I1BIIIIWW I lllllll U& and Smmran. Til MINIM Y, JVSK 14, IhCO. Radical Purposes in Tennessee. Till: JACOBIN LEGISLATURE EXPOSED. NEGRO SUFFRAGE THE OBJECT. A Cnnl from Senator I'mzirr, f Knox. The Jvnoxvillc Qmneraal, of Tuesday, contains a lengthy card from Hon. B. FitA ziHit, Slate Senator front Knox county, from which we extract the following interesting revelations as to the truo deaigtw of the Radicals, in their late revolutionary and anti-republican proceedings, under the name of a State Legislature: Soon after the meeting of the Ixisla lure, lart fall, it became evident that the Radical iarty in both Houses, were deter mined to rcjieal the first, or existing ...

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. — 14 June 1866

Pinion- iu txtiu. BY F. C. DUinSTOGTON & CO. Dully, t Tri-Weckly. 87T MVcliIjr,M. VENTJiAT, XVXV. 13, 18Gt7 OUK OCTSIIIE PAtJES. Fibst Page Radical Purpofc in Tennewec European Few Brutal Murder, etc Fourth Page Inhabitant or Uie Human Body Gettlnc and Holding Money, etc ITE5IN OI' GENXIIAL XKWS. The thernismoter at 16 o'oloek latt night, in cur rooms, (tood at SS deree. the game a; oc the two previous night. A number of prominent and woU-fcnownson- tleinen of Nw York are said to have subscribed a handfoine win recently for tho benefit of Mr. Davis. Many of the inert experienced physicians of New York arusaid to have expressed tho eenvic tion that tho disease nt-quarantino is not cholera of the Atiatie typ. at all. and that tho "eae" in thicit abut which to much fuM is making. were only an aggravated diarrhea, or at tho won't. chclcra morbus The police of New York will don their rem racr uniform on tho 39th. It willeons'ut of a blue flannel coat and pantaloon'. Panama hat, blacK...

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. — 14 June 1866

t Pinion and gunman. Wednesday, Jiwn is, isoo. T HE CITY . ARRIVAL AM) DEPARTURE !' THE THAI A.N. iiNun n nil XathvVJe llailrond. Les-ves Nashville at . & A M flsOU I M Arrive at Louisville Leave Lville at. rrivesat Naohville 4M P M MM A M A M 7:tl I M .... 4:.VI M - 5 A M .. fK A M (!h4IhHh A veommu Jut inn. Leave 0llHn Arrive at Nashville tt0 A M - 1:J P M Arrive at GaHutm .. 40 P M I.m T.'oifcvillf.. :t 7-ifi A M Arrive ntChattanoojra -. Jfc3ft P M Leave Uhatlaiioea. ir.is A 31 Arrives atNuhville .. -L-BS P M Leaves Nashville MM P Jl Arrives nt Cbattauuora 3:40 A Jl Leaves UnattuneAra : r Jl Arrives at Nashville fctW A Jl IlnntsriHe and Larkinsvllle Marl Daily, except Sundays heaves Nhvillc 950 A JI ArrivM.it Dronlur fi: P Jl Leave DeflHtHr- 6:30 A Jl Arrive at Nashville- - - 20 P M HuitUvillc, Memphis, Mobile, ami New Orleans Kx press Leave Narille- - I M Arrives at Deeatur 4:! A M Leaves Deeatur........ 1' Jl Arrives at Nashville 1:35 A Jl Columbia Accommodation Lenve Colum...

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. — 14 June 1866

i; IXIIAmTAATSOrTIIE UUSfAX BODY What think j-cu, reader of your body being, n planet inhabited by living races, as we inhabit the earth? "Whatever may be your uiougnw on tue subject, tile fact is even so. Your body is but a home for paroMUn, that crawl over its surface burrow leneatli its skin, nestle in it cntrail. and riot and propagate their kind in every corner of its frame. The sensation inrrgard to trkJana in swine fleali. baa set the icntifir to knock ing their head together, and the results is the following facts: Paratite not only in habit the bodies of all animals used by us as food, bat they are alwi found in abundance In our organization. The species tracIUna spiralit, of which so much is said, and who-e existence lias been discovered in iwrk. 1 according to our best anatomists, found in almost every muscle of the human body. . It lies all along the fibres ol the muscles, en veloped in little cysts or sacs, about one fourth of an inch in length. Jt can be dis tinctly se...

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. — 15 June 1866

DAILY UNION AND AMERICAN. F. C. DTIXIXGTOX A CO EDITOliS Jfc PROPRIETORS. TUB .VASI1VII.I.K OAII.Y t'.Mol Kill AJtKKIfAA. Office, Usifl Amkkhmx Blocjr. cor -Chnrch and Cherry tis oppoeite the l'ut . r txkvs: Voluntary communicatls, containing interest tie or important news, eclhited from any quarter. Daily... $ fx News letter! from tb various counties or th iri-u ecxiy. ..- 7 to State especially desired. Weekly... All communications should bo addressed to th VOLUME XXXIII. NASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1S66. NO. 163. Proportionate rates for ihorter periods. Subscriptiens invariably in advance. " Editor of the Uxios xvn American." Www and American. TKIW.VY, J CXI I3.1SGC. THE LAST KI'IKITUAI. TOM-Y GUX, scorrs swrxT iir..vii: num. In Now York on SunJay, a Miss Bol 1.KKI", a fjiiritual medium, held a meeting at which she lectilrctl on heroes and Iicro worehii). and tlicn Icavinc heroo in ireneral fhc proceeded to describe what happened to one hero in iarticulur Gen. Scott aft...

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. — 15 June 1866

BY F. C. DUNNINGTOir &CO. Dally, Silt Trl."WeckIy, 87; WrpkljgX FK1IM.T, J C.i: IB. 1S0C. A CAItl). The undersigned, publishers of four of the daily llnglish newspapers printed in tho city of Nash ville, and members of tho "Nashville Press Association," baring entered into an arrangement with tho " New York Assotiatod Pre!." will pub lish, from this dato. tho fall telegraphic reports of that Association, as received at Louisville, and printed In the Louisville prow from and after this date, no newsiKiper pub lished in Nashville, now iu existence, lor any hereafter to be established, will be entitled to the privileges of this Association, or of this joint agreement of iU members, in the use of tho tele graphic reports of tho Associated Press, unless a sufficient mm be dcloited with the Treasurer of this Association to oover tho amount it would havo been rc-iuirod to pay as its pro rata of the expenses, if such newspaper had agreed, and con tinued to tako tho dispatches from the 1...

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. — 15 June 1866

Pinion und Slwmnui. mi ay, jirxn j, ihoo. THE CITY. AltltlVAI. AXIf DKlMItTWlC OF TIIT. THAIXS. LnuiniUr nn'l Xaihville llnilrond. Leaves Nashville at . ..... 6: 15 A SI fta) 1 SI Arrive at Louisville I.OO 1' J! 5 A .M Lusves Louis ville at 7:00 A SI 710 1' M Arrives at Nashville 4A) P SI GnUtUin Acflmnlit ion. Lmm Gallatin &5S A M Arrived at Nashville &) A SI Leaves Nashvillo - 4:19 ' M Arrived at Oallatin . .6:10 I SI jVri?(BiW nn7 C7.ffrtKn Railroad. I.oavad Nashville at - 7:40 A Jl Arrives at Chattanooga ... Leaves Chattanooga Arrive! atNashvWt- . Leaves Nashville Arrive at Chattnuooga. - Leave Chattanooea Arrive at Nashville MS ! ;.i 0:15 A Jl ijZ 1' SI Mf) 1 SI 40 A SI - a 1' M GHW A SI Xothviii' and l)entnr HaUrw lluntsillle ami LarMnsvllIe SlaH-D aily, except Sundays Leaved Nashville - - Arrives at Ueeatur- Loaves Decatur..- - Arrived at N&sfevillc W) A SI ft P SI &20 A SI SO0 P Jl Huiittville, Slctaphis, Mobile, and N ew Orleans iixpress 1 .oaves NahvHle- - ...

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. — 15 June 1866

Pinion ami lawman. rvs axd rmi,osoinv. O. M'nslitntoit ItrickH GocHtit n Miller Iiijj l'lncc nnil jreta; Watered. From tho Mobile Register. A When I entered the ball room at seven teen and a lialf minutes to eleven, on the evening ofthe third,Misa Victoiua VjnoiNiA JlNKlXSON the young lady from Central Alabama, was about to dance the mazurka with young Sylvester Adoltiius Faktad IJNO. At least that was what I heard somebody call him. She was unquestionably the most divinely beautiful specimen of girlhood my eyes had ever beheld. With a form that vrould have shamed the celebrated Venus of Milo a form so wonderfully faultless in its proportions that the beholder could scarcely believe it other than the creation of some inspired sculptor a form, in short, which the fairest, proudest goddess that ever flirted by moonlight amid the roses of her Olympian home would have resigned her ftccptre and her immortality to possess: with. eyes thnt flashed more brightly ana beautifully than the uni...

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. — 16 June 1866

CO., editoks proprietors. Voluntary communicaU"cs, containing ioterest- nr or important news, en llrited from any quarter. News letters from tbe various counties of the Slute especially desired. All communications ehould be addressed to the " Editors of the Ukios xvn Axkricax." SATURDAY, JIM! IC, IhGG. HORTICULTt'Ri: IX TIIK WEST. From the Cincinnati Cazetle.j Man will never totally forget that lie wiw originally a garden t. Jlc has done inn best to make himself into an artificial ani mal a sort of intellectual machine con triving how to get rid of natural work God. says the preacher, made man upright, but lie songht out many invention9. Yet he still retains something of his original in stinct. When the spring comes, all his arts, his inventions, his mammon-loving, can hardly restrain him from rushing out of his shops and stores and l.tlxiralories, in to the woods and vales to embrace lxsuitful and loving nature. Hut then he finds that in adhering to arts and inventions lie has caug...

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. — 16 June 1866

HI?- Pinion anil Einenau. BY F. C. DUNITOfQTON & CO. l)nlly, 14 Trl-ITeokly, 87; Weekly, &. SAT UK liXY, JVJi K 1C, ISOfl, A CARD. The unJcTyicnoJ, publishers of four of Uio daily E-iJuh ueu.'apcrs priutoj in the city of Nash v.He, am! member of the " Nashville Proas At soJation, having entered into an arrangement with the " New York Aweeiaicd 1'rM," will pub-';.-h, from this date, the full teiegraphic reports of that Association, iu received at Louisville, and printed in the Louisville pretts. From and after this date, no newspaper pub l'.;'.:cJ iu Nashville, now in existence, lor any hereafter to be established, will be entitled to the privilege Af this Assoeiatien, or of this joint agreement of iu members, in tho use of the ielt graphic report of tho Atoeiated Pre, unless a mlQcicnt no bo deposited with tho Treasurer of this Association to cover tbo amount it would hare been required to pay as its jiro rafa of tho cx;cnses, if 6ueh newspaper had agreed, nnd oen tinued to ...

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. — 16 June 1866

Chiton anil gUuman SATURDAY. JUNE 10. 1K00. THE CITY. AititiVAi, Axn nnunTUtr. or Tim Lnavos Nashville at 0:45 A M (WW M Arrive ni Louisville - A V AI WW A A! I.Mi-f luiUrille jit TrflO A AI 7:CQ I' AI Arrive! NaebvtMe ; 4:M 1' At S&t A JI Leaves Gi.lUtn. 8:K A AI Arrives t NwliviHo . Wrt A M Leaves N'abviUe. 4:J I' AI Arrives at Gallatin 6:40 P AI I,wra Nashville at Arrives at Chattanooga- Leaves Chattanooga Arrives at Nashville Leaves Nashville . - Arrives at Chattanooga-. Loaves Chattanooga Arrives at Nashville tH A &3R 1 0:1.1 A 45 P WW P 340 A 8:25 P rfcOO A jYnMt id Dttatur Itoilreaif. lluntaville and Larkinsvlllo Mall Daily, excel Leaves Nashville - A M Arrives at Deeatur 0:0;. AI Loaves Decatur- 0:11) A AI ArArut vua,vil,t i0 P AI Ilutitsville. Alemphl", Mobile, nnd New Orleans i.xpre Leave Nnshvlllo i-M V Arrives at Deestur-. - 4M0 A Leaves Deeatur S.-00 P AI M AI Arrives at Nashville- - - 4:35 A AI f.1iitn1tt A AAnininrulfif inn Leaves CiilninMa ............-... 7:...

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. — 16 June 1866

hUxxmx ami gmmam The following is both beautiful and im pressive : going iiojir. Where are yon coins so fast, old man ? Where arc you coins so fast ? There's a valley to cross, and a river to ford. There's a clasp of tbo hand and a parting word. And a tremulous sign for the past, old man. The beautiful, vanished raft. The road lias been rugced and rough, old mac ; To your feet it's rugged and rough ; Hut you see a dear being with gentle eyes, lias shared in your labor and sacrifice ; Ah ! that has ix-en sunshine, enough, old man, l'ur you and me, sunshine enough. How lone sinoe you iwmed o'er the hill, old man T OflifcoVr the top r the hill ? Were there beautiful valloys on t other sjdo 7 Were there flowers and trees, with their branches wide, , , , To shut out the heat of the sun. old man, The heat of the fervid sun ? And how did you cross the waves, old man, Of sorrow tho fearful waves? DU you I ay your treasures by, one by one. With an aehing heart, and "God's will bo done. Under...

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. — 17 June 1866

DAILY UNION AND AMERICAN, THE NASltTVI I.I.K DAILY UXIOX AXD AilKItmiX. Office, Uxw An Amkiioax Block, owner Church ami Cherry sts opposite the Post Oti - - TERMS: Voluntary eemmnnteat'n.ir. containing intercjt i or important news. f i:ited from any quarter. News letters frein tbe various counties of the Mate especially desired. All QtHaraunications should bo addressed to the " Editors of tho Union and Awerioax." Dally $14 CO Tri-Weekly-Weekly 00 VOLUME XXXIH. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 1S66. NO.. 165. Proportionate rates for shorter periods. Subscriptions invariably in advance. f. c. dunnington co., EDITORS 4 PROPRIETORS. Mwxon anil Vmcvicaiu NCXIiAY, JIXE 17, IhOO. tiii: svvvi.1l ttr imEAiSTL'rr.s. Estlmiitc- for lliel'rcHMit Yens- ASliort Crop I'l-odlcls-U A Gloomy Picture. Mr. AW II. Langley, of (lalliopoliu, O., writes an follows, under date of June 5: Let u examine how ourstipply will stand fertile corning year. 1 lie agricultural uu reau at asiuiigton, in na repor...

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. — 17 June 1866

-Unfon ami Mnnian. BY F. C. DUNMINQTON & CO. Onlly,81f ; Trl.WocUIy.87; Weekly,.?. STXDAT, Jl'XE 17, 1SCC. A CAUI). I jc undersigned, publishers of four uf tbc daily l!-;luh BTipn printed in the oity of Nash- i.lc, and members of the " N Anile Press A-Soctatien," La vice entered into on arrant aeon, v. th the " Ner York Associated Pr, v?Ul pub Ii h, from this date, the full telegraphic reports ' i f that Association, at reeoived at Louisville, and printed in the Louisville prr. Troiu and after this date, iiq newspaper pub lished in Nashville-, now in existence. 'or any bsreafter to lie established, will be entitled to tbe VJtTilece ef this Association, or of thin joint arroemeet of il Member, in tbc ute of the tele srfli.lnr report of tbc Associated Press, unles. a fuffleieot Him bo deposited with the Treasurer oftbif Association to oercr the amount it would have been required to pay as its: pro rata of the expenses, if such newspaper bad agreed, and con tinued to take the dispa...

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. — 17 June 1866

Pinion ami g,wmim niiniay, jtjni 17, iso. THE CITY. AitniVAi. ani nr.vAKWRr. of thi: TKAINS. LoHuvillr anil Xiuhvillc Railroad. Loaves Na-hvillcat - ftlS A M f39 P M 4.1)0 P M .V.OO A M T:(W A M 7:00 1 M 40 P M Arrive at Louisville Leavee Louis vilVo at Arrive at Nashville. 5:88 A M Loaves Osllntin - (WW A JI Arriva it was vide r v.. .1.. :i.. M A M 44 ! M '.novas Naebv illc-- Arrive at Gallatin. . tWH 1' M A'n&eiV'r nml CTflWff'.(M Jlailrottl. Loaves Nashville at 7:10 A M Arrives at Chattanooga... Loaves Chnttanoora Arrive! atNashvflle Leaves Nashville Arrives at Chattanooga-. Leaves Chattanooga Arrives at Nashville........ &X I M fHS A ,M 4:H6 1' M 5a) P M 3:10 A M 8:25 I' M lx.O0 A M A'athcllle tnd Vtoatvr l'ailruail. llttntsvillc anil Larkintville Mail Daily, cxcont Sundays Loaves Nashville ...... . fcSO A M Arrives at Decatur- ......... 0:05 P M Loaves Decatur . 0:20 A M Arrive at Nashville 2:00 P M Huntsvillc, Mcmjihis. Mobile, and New Orleans Hxi-rees Leave Nashville ...

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. — 17 June 1866

1 r Pinion iu wixm. .Another Report from Gen. Steedman ito the President T.HE FltEEDMEX AXD THEIR "FRIENDS." From Gcji. Steedmax's recent report of the operations of the rreodmen's Bureau, in the military departments of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida, we make the follow ing extracts, illustrating the disinterested benevolence of the freedmen's " friends :" COLCXBU JJIBTEICT. The first point in South Carolina where we commenced our investigation was at Columbia. There we found Brevet Brig, (ien. Ely, Sub Afwictant Commissioner ol the Bureau, who has charge of a district which embraces nn indefinite number of counties. We were unable to obtain a statement of the extent of territory over which he presided, for the reason that he himself did not know the limits of his ju risdiction. This officer is quite extensively engaged in the cultivation of plantations. His planting interest in the vicinity of Co lumbia required so much of his time that in one instance at least we found that h...

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