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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 24 June 1866

- O. JDUXXIXGTOX 5fc EDITORS k PROPRIETORS. CO. Voluntary communtcatlncs, containing interest ng or important news, srll tiled from any quarter. News letters from the rarious counties of the Stato cspcoinlly desired. All communications should be addressed to the ' HdlUirj of the Usios asd Amkkuk." ammpaanBnan ttnion nuil fvITXIJ.W, J VSV. Ul, 1SCO. lilllCOIVSTIfcXJCTION. Rojiorl of Hip Minorlly ii It foe. r tiip i'oin Tim minority of the Committee of Fif teen cotwinting of RnvKitir. Johnson, Sen ator, and Representatives GmDnn of Ken tncky? and 1 too Has of New Jcriey, a day or two since submitted tlieir reiwrt nion the matters entrusted to the Committee. "We presume it is from the pen of that profound constitutional lawyer Keviuiy Johnson, and certainly i an able and ex haustive review and cxjxmirc of the falla cioa of the Majority Jtoport published a week or two ago. The argumcut against the "lad ical position is bo plain, and its leading Kinl have been so often presented within 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. — 24 June 1866

"BY F. C. BTJinrafGTOK & CO. Dally, $M; T.1VcckIy,87: Weekly, S3. SUNDAY, JUNK 31. lSfiO. A CARD. The undersigned, publishers of four of the dally English newspaper? printed in Uie city 6T Naih villc, and member! of the "Ksihvlllc Preen Association," having cnterod into :m arrangement with the " Km York AjeociaUsd Pros." will pub ltsli. from this dote, tho fall telegraphic reports t-f that Association, a received at Louisville, and printed in the Louisville press. From and after thi dstc, no newspaperipub lubed in Naihvlllc, now in existence, .'or any hereafterto be cstabliihed. will be entitled to the privileges of thii Association, or of thtj 'Joint agreement ef Its members, in the use of the tcle craphie rcporti of tho Associated Press, union a iuffleient turn be deposited with the Treasurer ofthU Association to cover the amount it wenld have been required topayasitsjirorafa of the cxpemos,if such newspaper had agreed, and con tinued to take the dispatches from tho 13th day o...

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. — 24 June 1866

SUXT)AV, J17XE 21, 1SGG. THE CITY. arkivai. am nr.i'ARnJitr. or Tim TRAINS. Ijnuurill and XntlieiHe Jlailroad. Loaves Nashville at J .... Arrive at Lotiisville I.ovee Leuirville at "Arrivw M Nlvills . felS A M .. fc30 P M .. 4:00 P SI 5KW A M . 7-00 A M .. 7:00 1 M -4M F .M -M9AM lece I.ohvm Osillatin Arrives t Nanhville- Leaves Nashville Anine at Gallatin. . ft&S A M . O.WJ A M . -I:J0 P M . Ojttl P M .YhsImmW nwl CSiaaHooc" Itnilreati, T.abm 3iaaVirill At Ai rives at Chattanooga Lnaves Cbttamei.. Arriveg at NrtJivillc Leave Nashville Arrived at Chattanooga Loaves Clwttan'Hwa Arrive at Nashville .. f. 1 U A iM 1' ... . 5) P .... 3:10 A . .. 8:25 I' OrtiO A AVwsWWc W Dceatar HaHrwut. HwitsviMe and I.arkinivillo MuH Daily, credit cumiaye ,vm Na4iville , M0 A M Arrive at Dceatur - OsflS 1 M Leave Ueatr. fell) A M Arrive at Nashville- - 2.-00 1' M Huntsvllle, Meinphi'. Mobile, ami New Orleans Jlxpres Leave Neville 1' M .Arrive nl DttAstnr 4:40 A 31 Leaves Deentur 8:00 P M Arrives a...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 24 June 1866

W "S ,1TW. J CLOTHING. CINCINNATI CARDS. CINCINNATI CARDS. LOUISVILLE CARDS. LOUISVILLE CARDS. GROCERIES, LIQUORS - &c mm I I STJjNXA.Y RE.VDING. .VOW ANI AITrmVARBS. " Two hands upon tho breast, and labor is nastl" nnian l'rortrb. Two hands upn Uio breast. Ami labor's done: Two talo feet erected in rest The race is went Two oyos with ooin-wtMglits shul. And all tears ec Two Hp whero grief is male Amor at peace, 'j rray wc oftentimes, mourning osr loU in Hit kindness ancwerwtb not. Tiro bunds to work addrect Ayofor His praise; Two feet that aoTor rest Walking Hi way: Twooycs that look above Throujh all their tear?; Two lips still breathing lure Met wrath nor fears, i rmv we afterwards, low on our knee', .'arion thoce wring prayers-Father, hear theeel Altai. Mcuxi.. METIIOUIST MISSIONS. At the late General Conference of the Metliodirt Episcopal Clntrcli, South, it was decided that the missionary operations of the Church should hereafter be committed to the management of two separ...

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. — 26 June 1866

F. . OTTNNINGTON A CO., EDITORS A PROPRIETORS. Voluntary oommunicatiQas, eontaininglnteresti nt or important news, s Ibited from any quarter. News letters Jrom the various counties of the - talo especially desired. A 11 communications iihonld bo addrescd to the '" Editors of tho Ukios and Amkeicik.' nluuui and SVmmran. TIIKMIAY, ji'.m: 2IS. 10U. JOSEPH GALES AND W W. SEATON. Hecolleotioiis of the National In telligoncor. W'luil Miulo II it rower In IlieSfnfo. TIic recent death of Mr. Skatox make proper tlic publication of the annexed ex tracts from the oolumns of the Intelligencer and from an article in the Atlantic Xonthlg, puhhuhed at the time of the death of Mr. (iAr.jy,aHa jut tribute tQ the public (services of thenc two great and useful men. They ach lived to be eighty yearn of age, and la Ixired in a pjiliore which, though it does not attract the pojvular admiration and excite the dnl attaching to other public positions, enabled them to work a wholowomc irapro won on the times...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 26 June 1866

Mixmx and Stmmau. BY F. C. DUmnNGXON & CO. Dnll.T, 8; TrMVooltly, S? j WcpUJy.tsil TUESIiAT, AVZK 20, 1S0G. itkms or ;um:k.vl. snvs. Ofwm. GfiAjfT nml Meadk had a pretraeted interview the other Jay. Histoid to hate ro f.r 'lice to a reduetisn of the number eftroopj ati consolidation of military di;trictc in Southern 'Mm. Secretary StaHtou kta Ween confined to his Louse for the la three r fuur dajs, from vere inlisiesllen. The (iovernraent is preparing to proceed arainst deUwiuient ami defaulting Fo.-tiiiatc in the lately rebellious State. The toLtl ninount of this elan of indebtedness is aliout J3ftO,(W. of which flW.eml hail been imU on demand, and l.oarly the same amount it in prorCHiif rollec tiun. Gen. Howard pretends to have received iii fjrrualieti from diferetit points in North and .South Carolina, to the effect that outrage on freedinen by ex-robcl aro of daily occurrence. Plantert, new that tlic negro U no longer valued in dollars and cents, do not hesitate to rhoothim ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 26 June 1866

-1 HO' 1 Pinion nurt Slmmcnn. Tuesday, june so, irgg. THE CITY. AK1U VAL AM) KKl'AKTIIItn OF Till: TRAINS. I.wve Nashville at - ': A M ,. P M AtrrVM at Louisville 4-ot V M " MA SI Leave Louisville at 7w A M " ft M V M A rr "..-. I TCt.viile 4V) I Jl StSHAJI WwCWUtiB - r.is A M AiriVw t X-hville i':W A At Le-ves Nashville 4:t I' M Amrritt 0ntiii fc0 I' M Lmvh Nashville at ::0 A M Arrive t Chattanooga -lnrm CtuittMiHMMta Arrinw t N vffllc Leaves. Jtnivllle Arrive t Chattanooga . Leave Chitlnw)a ... Atrires alNa'hvillo MR M f.:jr. A M .. 4 l' M 5 I' M 3: A M S-2fi J if ti:( A .M A'HhmHr ii n4 I)ritur Hnitrfi'l. HhhUWIIo and Lirkinsvllie Mail Iaily, except SumlBif ,mvm Na4iville A .M Arrives t Deoatur - &' 1" M twt'M De.tr f:3) A M Arrives at Nashville- - - 20 1' M Ilantaville, Memphis, Mobile, ami New Orleans Express . . Leave NaslivHIe 1' M Arrive at Deeatur - 4:W A M Leaves Denatur - :' I M ArrlreaatNAshville A M Oriumhhi AeeimiHiodation Leave Cttlmtiliia- 7:31 A M Arrive tNa.vil...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 26 June 1866

ilUutm ami llwmran. A LADY niCIIHOXD IX THE 11 ELD WHAT AX EDITOR'S WIVE THIXk.H or editors. ; Mr. IJEXiimT, wife or .'amis Gordon Lennctt, editor of the X. Y. Herald, rends the following perfumed note, on tinted pa per to Mr. Hokaci: (iIH'elky, an estimable and meek old gentleman who ha leen for several years connected with a painar called the y. Y. 'JVibunr : To Tin: Eom ok thk K. Y. Tainntc Snt: I saw an article in your iaiicr last Friday, stating that I asked the Senate to ' confirm Mr. IxKUiunte noiuination, and on that account he was not appointed, w, Sir, permit nic to say that 1 never in ray life a.knl the Government of the United States for anything for my own family, much lens for Mr. Klkuiiot, who in only an acquaint ance, like many other. 1 have liornc with calumet the moxt fear ful abiixo and calumnies; but I think now it is time to put a Mop to them. I do not trouble mypclf about politics or politicians, or editor?, or any Mich unkind, unfeeling people; vet,! have mifl...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 27 June 1866

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmBmmm mmW. mmmt'' Voluntary eommunlcatlnns. containing intereit- c or Important nurt. if U sited from any quarter. .News letter from tb various counties of the ''tate especially desired. All eninrauniestioui anould be oddresred to the " WUora of the Usuw and Americas." urn l. v mi'jwmjiw 1 1" mm johbw iwjj.w jjilmiu Pinion and 3unevian. ivi:ii.misiat. Ji'xi:ur, iso. A Nortliorn Bid for Soutliorn Pa' tronage. Ifn ii lUrty IMwl Hint Won't Ilrfoiil lit Own Xeit. From tho Na4n ille Pre ami Tiiiios.j "There i a thrilling jwwer in NastV two picture in Harper's Weekly for June 80th. The Cirri ronresenU the croat iliitli-ien at Anderxonvifle, at the time when many thou mmls of Lnion wildiers were confined at that horrible tilacc. One of the raard has jutt fired at a ragged and emaciated iirmoner wlio has dropped on his knees and clapped his hand to the death-wound in the back of his head, while with the frenzy of ptarvation he clutches a bone, to obtain wliicli lie ven tared 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. — 27 June 1866

WXEm caba i tniou unit Mtxmt. BY F. C. BUNUINGTON & CO. Daily, SU; Trl-Wcfklj',87; AVocUly.83. Wi:iXI2i.W, JUNE 27, 1900. OUIt OUTSIDE VMUJi. Pack A Northern Bid for South Pat ronage, Its a Dirty Bird that wont AfoHl it own Nost JBWrwlo.v Davis on Woman-Shipwreck of General Stbbm.mi Pbick's Family, a Letter from Mrs. PmcK. Thrilling Narrative AVho is He? Foveth 1'jioE-B-o-i-t-o-n A Nut fur Radical Jaws, etc. 1 1 r.ns or i:.vekai. xi.ivs. Geld rioted ill New York j-eeterday at V&. Theiwlorioa Fokxet has declared liiuiie-lf a candidate fur the United States Senate, and is making tpcoelies in advocacy of his claim. There is no prospect of an early adjournment of Congress. A Vera Crux corresponded writing under date of tho 18th intU, states that the yellow fever ii raging in that city fearfully and fatally. The last : t earner from Europe brought out S00 trooj.i for Mm vi li an. The Liberal: have released tweuty oight Confederates captured near Cordova Mr. (ikixnell pieked up a ...

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

Um and &ttxm. WEDNESDAY. J CSC 27, I SCO. T FT E C IT Y . AtlZUVAL AXI IKIARTlm. or tiii: THAI.N. Le.v Kl;llot ...... . ft A M Arrive at Louisville W I M " WW A M Leavm Louisville at - 7:00 A M ... ......... T:') 1' M Arrive? at Nashville 4di0 1 M WW A M LveOalUtin C:5S A M Arrive t Nathalie i:U0 A .M l Nashville 4:t M Arrive at Oalletln frlO I'M J.nhftille ami OmHiitHUfa Hnilroatl. Leve Nashville at 7:10 A JI Arrive at Chattanooga P M Leave CbnttaniWHra fi:15 A .M Arrive nt Nashville !: P M Leaves Nashville fWM 1' M Arrive at Chatlauooga 3:40 A M Leaves Chattanoosa 8:25 1' M Arrive at Nahvillc &00 A M A'l'lriW' iiml Dfratur HnUmwh Huntsville and Larkinsville -Mail Daily, oxcvpt Sunday . Leave N4ivllIo A M Arrive at Decatur ft 1 M Leave Iterator- - JJ A M Arrived at Nwhville P M Htttilvi)lc. Memphi. Mobile, ami Now Orleans Leave Niudn illo- J 1' M Arrived at Decatur A .M Leaved Dueatur M Arrived at Narhville 4:35 A M Columbia Accommodation Leave Columbia - - :3 A M Arrive at...

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

B-0-S.T.O.XT " BniCK Pomkroy" lias been lo lioston, nnd thus gives his impressions of the "hub:" Boston is the cradle of Lin! The place hear where Mr. SVaiuiex fell arid hurt him self. The place where Wendell PmiJ.irs", the "Bilver-tonjrucd" (what a gag!) oralor doth abide. It is the hub of the universe, and the dwelling-place of the big organ. Boston thinks she is the large', place in this world or the next. Boston is a very com placent burg near by is the home of Bos ton's pet, the silverware stealing Bex. We rather like Boston, for there is no village like unto it from the fiddling of NehoIo the Revelation of iSt. John, N. B.! Half way between Providence and lioston for Boston is a long ways from J'rveidenee as we were riding in a car, a still small voice, like the whistle of an engine, broke upon the air. A gentleman in the sent with us uncovered his bald head, and with fl. ramie bade us listen. " What's that?" said we. "The big organ in Boston !'' said he, with a funeralic wave...

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. — 28 June 1866

f. c. mnvxnraTox & co., EDITORS 4: PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communlcatitis, containlnrlnterest- ns or important news, tollilted from any quarter. News letters from tbe various counties of tho -Uto especially desired. MI communications should bo addressed to the " Editors of tho Uxiox axi Avemcak, HMnnaiBaBiaman Uhw and SUumcan. TIIVILSXIAT, Jt'XE 2. IWSO. THE COTTON TAX. I.I.TTEK I'MM II(.V.JIII.TOSJIIt(V.V iiiiiv ran I'uoposnn cotton TAX. Willakd's IToTEr, Washixgton, June 11, 18GG. lien, Jeftn W. ljeftmcJal am pleased that you have turned your atten tion to the Bubicct of the proposed cotton tax. A great mistake aceins to prevail at Wasiiixtos and in the North in regard to the profit of cotton planting and the jxiwcr of cotton to sustain taxation. Oolioncanw) more stand taxation than corn or vlieal, or any oilier product of the toil. Labor, if left alone, will equalize iUolf, and engage in whatever i s found to return the best compensation. Cotton has been temporarily high, beca...

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 June 1866

ilTtutfn tttttf gunman. BY F. 0. DUlfHlNGTOK & CCL TIIVIlSIAY,"jrXK 2S, IHOtt. OCR OUTSIDE PAGES. Fiesi rice Letter from lion. Milton Bkowx c the. Froporcd Cotton Tax Effect of .Amnesties and Pardons Actual War as Affecting Neutral? Brcurnlow and President Johnson, etc -Bill Page Tho Disturbance of the Confederal- Settlement! in Mexico, cte etc. I1X3LS OF CJKNERAr. SITUS. Qjld closed in New York ycterday at 11 U9i Washington dUpatcbe. state that Ex-Governor Ps.iTT, counsel for Mr. Davis, lias had an other interview with the President, and again urged ths release of hit client or bis removal to another place. He declares that he it failing rap idly in health. Horace ORtri.nv hat acain strongly indorsed the application for his release cn pan le. The President, so far as known, is still averse to any change. Tho President's communication with rtfer ence to American citizens arrested in Ireland, states that our Minister in London and Cons nls have applied for their release, and all ...

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 June 1866

' THCRSBXT, JTJXE 2R, 1S00. THE CITY. ARRIVAL AXB BErARTTJKE Ol' THE TRAINS. Lovinill and JVa.lcJWe Railroad. Leave. Nashville at - gg $ $ Arrive: at Louisville- 5 Leaves Louis rill e at.. 7K A M 7:00 J M 1:50 P M K58 AM Arrives at Nashville 4 Oallali Accommodation. Leaves Gallatin-. OAS A M . 9:00 A M . AM V 11 6i40 F M A. cave uuuii--- Arrive at Aasbvillc Leaves Nsbvill,- Arrives at Gallatin. KaAtitt and Chattanooga Railroad. Leave tfasbvitJc at 7:40 A M Arrives nt Chattanooga KB V M Leaver ChUr.oorft.- - fkh A M Arrives at Nashville 4:05 P M Leaves Niuhville 630 PM Arrive ns Chattanooga 3:40 A M Leaves Chattanooga . 8.25 I M Arrives at Nashville fcOO A 31 Airf iik Dcntur llailrnad. Huntsville and iarkinsville Mail-Daily, except Sundays Leaves Juiuuvillo - Arrive at Decatur Sh50 A M 6:05 V M 6:2) A M 00 P M evcs Decatur. Arrirci at Nashville. Huntsville. Memphis, Mobile, and New Orleans fcxprees Leaves MaaUville. Arrives at Decatur Leaves Decatur-- 4:40 A M 80 1' M 4j A M Arrives ...

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 June 1866

'S3 ' i!- '1- V A :if z ..IM,, , 1. . , I 3Ui;ten anil mxxtM. THE BISTCRBAXCX OF'THE L'XF3- ERATESnTTIX3CEST8 IX MEXICO. Concerning the rumored djstnrbanccs of the Confederate sclUctncnts in Mexico, pre viously published through this paper, we ex tract the following from a Vera Cmr cor reipondeiicc to the New Yoik Ecrald; pre mising that ivc hare observed a disposition to cxagff irate in every thing we have read from thin source : The history of the unfortunates of the Cor dova colony is short but suggestive. In the month of January last tseveral Confederate settlers had entered into an agreement with a nu.nber of Indians, or peons, for a certain stated amount of labor, wbich the latter wert bound to perform. It teems, however, that after three months the Indians, becom ing ilisgiutcd with their bargain, if not with thcip employer, refused to work any longer. Thifiof course was most injurious to the in teersta of the Confederate planters. As it was almort impossible for them to find...

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 June 1866

T7T W.aotvry snaisnSti0s. containing ltt x or kspertaat Btws. t)l:ittJ from any quarter. Naiw letters frem tie Ttrioui ceanliM of the erecU31y desired. V rKinaoD shobU be addressed to the ' MMAfseTtbeUxwx xso AmmMUX.'! w- ip menu mumjiuiMW -Union ami American. X'BZSAY, JVXH 29. 1HCC. Tho South andHor Enemies. Able Speech from Hontforoery Blair. Mr. Ulaik recently ad4rtyieJ a large raeetlsg at Frederick, Maryland, from whieh wc- mak the fellowlng Iatereating ex tract: The CoHrtitution and lawn providing for the tWuhraeBt ef rebellion arc liketiiose of . . . . . vu a y A I all eirimcJ nattetM. liie loauore, or ramer (be mU-loitiea, of the masse, who are drawn inte rivil war, hare in all ages been un iAied tBore or les severely at the cloo of the ewitliet, unlem the Executive mwer the Chief Magistrate embodying the civil and military authority jjrant a general amnesty. Oar gteriowi c'jiefe ami aoldier, wIhj fought the rtruggle to it close for the proclaimed iwriKne of restoring the Con...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 29 June 1866

BY F. C. JUNKINGTOK & COT" Dnlly,jf ll; Trl-Wocltly, 87; WeckiyVsit FKIDAT, JUXK 2!), 1SOC. OCR OUTSIDE PAGES. First Pads. The South and Hor Eneniies-An Address to the Israelites of tho South Interest ing Diplomatic Correspondence The Rights, of Kccroes Is. Teniweeoc An Illmtration of North ern Hcb-7Politiosrtho"Foniaac. do. uodtin Page. Couim Nourtna Sees a lUdi- wl-ThVMornions. irr.us or ;i:ni:uai, m:vn. GuMcli4 Jin Xew York yesterday at 1 A Washington correspondent soys that tho pardon of Gen. Oconee Maxet of this city, was upes the tecomendation of Maj. Gen. Thomas end Attorney General SrrrD. Some time since the President sent the name of FaT as Postmaster at St. Louis. It was duly referred to the Postal Committee-, who have simply reported it buck to the Senate without any recom mendation. When the nomination was previously before them it was reported on adversely by tho Committee, nntl rejected by the Senate The President yesterday signed a bill to rcitn burre Vermoi.t for...

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 June 1866

FRIDAY, JTJXE SJO. 1800. 'it rr nn ntnur in ti kjl x x . ARRIVAL AND ItKPARTVItC OF THE TRAIXK. Lonves Nashville at 6:15 A M feao 1 M Arrives at Louisville K)0 V M A .M Leaves Louisville at . 70 A M T:( P M 4:50 V M A M Arrives at Naskvillt- f?nlliia Arf.iMluodfttitm. Leaves Gallatin 05 A M Arrives at Nashville- - . !:00 A M (Loaves Nashville 4:40 1 M Arrives at Gallatin &40 P M KathviVt and Chalianorfn llailrwl. leaves Nashville at 7:Jfl A M Arrives at Chattanooga Iicavcs Chattanooga- Arrive nt Nashville Leaves Nashville Arrives at Chattanooga Leaves Ctwttano-MW Arrives at Nashville . MR I M . ftU A M . 4:06 Y M . &30 P M . s-w a m . 8: P M . 6.-00 A M XailtniUf. itni Drealur llnilrtultK Huntfvlllc and Larlinsvillo Matl-D.illr. execrt Sundays Leaves Nashville 0:50 A M Arrives af Decatur .... kOj P M Leaves Dctur- 6:2) A M Arrives at Nashville. 00 1' M Huntsvllle. Memphli'. Mobile, ami New Orleans rixprew Leaves Nwrfiville- . - P M Arrives at Dceatur 4:10 A M Lcflvci L'oeatu...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 29 June 1866

3tivim ami SwMflitt. sosc irrmxa to i.acjii vj:ic Conntii Jfoiirnin Sees n RndicnI. Sruiiinn Locise, JIay 1, 18G6. Editors Advertiser and Register Mein llcrr. Cantin and I found a llldical to-day, and as the adventure lias somewhat dilapidated m v good looks and stove a hole in Cantin's side, 1 must tell you bow it came about. Having learned fiom. the oracular Memphis journal that the animals called Radicals were terrible in stitutions, and having learned to cuss'em satisfactorily, I took advantage cf every op portunity to amniadvert on them. Imagine my amazement, when my diminutive self was suddenly confronted by a whale of a follow, who proclaimed himself a Radical, nd insisted that I should retract what I had said about him and his fallows. I told him that my optics had taken him surely not for a Radical, but for a rhinosorchinpotomahoree. Whereupon he became very boistrous, and demanded satisfaction. To express my contempt for his chivalry, I turned away and was getting rapidly ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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