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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 30 June 1866

i p. c. nxnrsTsaTox & co., KDITOIIS i PROPRIETORS. Voluntary couimunteatinw. containing Interesti ng or important news, sil:ited from any quarter. News letters from tbo rrious counties of the Sttecsroclally desired. All communications should be addressed to tho " Editors of the Usio.f xnb Amkbicak." lUutfu and mevvfun. SATURDAY, JUXi: 30, 1SGG. JEFFERSON DAVIS IN PRISON. Additional Extracts from Dr. Craven's Book. Conversations, Opinion mail Scnll mciitN. June 17. Visited Mr. D.VVI3 with Cijit. Kokte officer of the day. General Mii.es. learning that the pacing of the tiro sentinels in his room at night disturbed Mr. Davis and prevented his sleeping, gave orders that the men should stand at case during their two hours of guard, both night and day, in stead of pacing their accustomed beat. This Mr. Davis said teat much pteasanter for him, but cruel for the men obliged to stand so long in one position, as if tltey liad been bronze or mar ble statues. Feared, m it lias cost them suf...

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. — 30 June 1866

BY F. C. DUKKINGTON & CO. Onlly.SM; Trl-Wecklj-, 87; Wormy, tt.T. NAT.URDAY, JUAK 30, 1SC0. ocit outside pages. Firm Page. .-Jefferson Davis in Prison High Prices .Ahead, etc rocsin Pior. An Adventure with a Tiltcr Valuablo Historical Record, : - items or i:.ni;kai sews. Gold r1uol in New York ywlcrday all 51? The Senate Committee on the Mississippi Lc- reef, at their last meeting listcnoJ to the statc msstsof a number of .gentlemen, viho ore now here, representing tlie interests of Louisiana, Ar kansas and Mississippi. Uigur Gen. SCaKby and UrurHER'.t, oftho Engineer Corps, who executed the furvey cf the Mississippi Delta, several yean before the war, hare alio appeared before the Committee and (riven the information ecntial aa a basis for the requisite legislation of Congress, Gen. Gbaxt heartily indorses the proposed mea sure, and a bill trill probably bo reported in a few days for its consummation. The several cases, lately occurring in tho Southern States, where officers of...

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 June 1866

Ml T wv.'i ' w .Wr-se I 1 SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1S00. THE CITY. arrival and departure, or tiik TRAINS. Ixmircille aud Xashville Itailroad. Leave Nashville at A M ArriTcsatLouUTiHcir-.Zr" 4:00 P M ' 5:00 A M Leaves Louisville at W A M 7:00 1 M Arrive at Narfiville jM P M . . &38 A M ' Gnllalin Aeoostuaxlatinn. Leaves Oallntin W A M Arrive at Nashville 9:00 A M Leaves Nashville 4:40 V M Arrives at Gallatin. WO P M jfrntiriSe and Chattanoogi Railroad. . .1 R I ,' W.livtllr lit 7-4(1 A M Arrives at Chattanooga -Lcntes Chattanooga--Arrives at Nashville Loaves Nashville Arrive at Chattanooga , &S5 P M CM A SI 4rffi P M Wtf) P M 3:40 A M V M 0:00 A M Leaves Chattanooga- Arrivos at Nashville. .. Xaihville and Detatur Itailroad. HunUvllle anil Larkinsvllle .Mail Daily, exeept Sundays Leaves Nashville M0 A M Arrives at Deeatur WJ5 P M Leaves Dcntur . 0:20 A M Arrives at Nahville r 2.-00 P M Huntavillc, Memphis, Mobile, tnd New Orleans Uxprocs . ., .Leaves Nashville StW P M Arrives at Dee...

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. — 30 June 1866

snooTixo Tome a it tiavs. My rirxt Adventure Willi n TIIIr. Abroad humorist makes the following oontribation to tho St. Lonis Republican : Can I forget (this is not sentimental) can I can I forget that balmy afternoon wheal firet beheld JEs3 FixtcfA Tilta way, in her tilting garments, promenading, pervading, and permeating Fourth street? It ras not a want of sufficient appreciation of her captivating appearance not in token of disrespect, or any thing of that kind, that the involuntary, explosive interrogation ee caped my Him, upon beholding her, "Where is the band?" If I wan suddenly seized with the conviction that a circus was coming, let the erroneous impression be attributed to my own dullness of compre hension, and to my limited knowledge of circnees generally ; but not to any visible excess of inconsistency in the attire of the lady aforesaid. Not for worlds 1 bhe, if I may be allowed to give vent in plain terms to the outgcshing3 of a sincere heart, was the very ideal of fema...

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. — 1 July 1866

9 . wiwijllll ilimniiiui urn a a imm m iiiiioimh . F. O. BTWNI.VGTO.V A CO., SOITOR& i PROrKIKTORS. Vntnntary MOinl-n-t. eoutainine nt er iaaeettant atw. (Molted from any q Barter Xtwr letters Mm tk variant eennties of the Mete eM4r desired. AH nnminaiiifiatiirai r-t-- addressed UIIm H4Mf sheUwios mb AMBMOur. nal nansesnscap 3ltmn and mrvirnn. SIWDAT, JUI.T 1, Ihttfl. EUROPE. I.ICTTBK TRX JOHN XITCIIT.l The War hh i:uroitHtu )n Turk-j Arralntr Kltttntlou of Turkey Xn- tlennlltles Row nt PinitU Mmiirnry Nationalities Attain ItKmnrt'k'HClr ettlar Prttftsian Election Hilly Her Arm)' nud Fleet Hook on tlic ItrltUh Army 9fnrNhnl O'Domiell hbI Cuba. Cerreepuwlenee of tb X. Y. New. J PaMb, Je 11, 184J6. TJ one jtreoocti mlm of all mind U the approaching Kit m i wr. far Enn it H Mt ntmamarilv be. jST7Mmiiic one riant with tile feof- mt that Vo-ojr, at laet, UMi wwgnijm win of tlie fighting in the lttchit, in Sfteaia or mt th Mineio. The peace of Jvnrejie ixtkifl ly a tlirww; it reefcmbl...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 1 July 1866

HI nfott and gimrtunn. byV c. DgyyiKGTOH- & CO. Bally. jTtTT Tr.HgklrT87; AVcohly, 8. t UK eUlSIBIl PtttfQH. Ftaar Pasc Letter from John Mitchell on Bftropotfc Axfelre Cation I reap tots in XhwiattBpi Mat Ala' mis OiaUm' Tleraph. etc. F3CM H Faoc The Coat of Faded Grey, poetry r i runs orcitvuK.vi. ximw. Gold ctaaed in Now York yesterday at3 52" . -Tfc follow ioc Waihiaftt diapatoh appears la the Radical prwst: It u a cobbm thaae of eaavetw Aioa hers ia political cireUs, that a move- . at foot to defeat Um Dope of ibie who 1 1'mamMr to load off ia th work of re- ctattratttoa, hy th adaption of tb euoeritu tieaal aanadiiat. Thit movement hat, for iu oajot. t yforont tat attcmbtlac of the LeeJtla tar at tbe extra settiou, called for Wednesday It i civet, eel that loan mimhati hare r pleated thtmstlTta at to Mdft k tltatntaatty added that bo faaad to prevent ethers, to that nam wil sot be -preeeat ia the Beanie. This teheeae ;t aaid by many nertoat to hare the sa eoatBat of the Pre...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 1 July 1866

RVXDAT. JULY 1, 1888. THE CITY. AHIVAI. AX IlEIMRTUKr, HI' I I IT. TRAINS. - 6: to . ... - MO Arrive at LoateriUe litim LonifYiileat OnlUSm Lsaern 5S A X MH A M 4:49 I' M JhtitiH and dmttmmu i u Hmihtmi. Lara Maahrille at . 7:40 A X Arties at Chattanooga- Lam OmMmooa Arrhres atNacbvilie L JftlTiH . .... . Arrive at Cfcattaaaogc ' l.ee Chaltasiiiga Arrive at Xaahrille delft I X &15 A 5 &39 P X . A M . SdB 1' M HnmVXHihumtX&r. except S45's .Uwfm Xaahritle WAV Arrihre at Deeatar 6KS P M Uw lleoattir (SAX Antra at Xashrilla. . Ml'Ji Rasas riil. MesafdU. Me, aa4 Xaw Orleans KirnraMi Le Xainr1ll.. . .TB I' M Arrive at Deaatar- 4:40 A A X aval Ileeator - ArriVa at Xaavlltov . w P M 4: A St Columbia A -Leave ColuiaM .. 7: A M -Hfc8 A V -WDPK .. SsM P M Arrtom at KaabrlHe.. Lea' Xaahriito- Arrive at tVlmbia. Leare XeahWIle ... 4tt P M Arrire at I sum nellle wm V M Laar Juhi.xnnriUe. l:tt A X Aniw at Naahrilto.- ftt A X Makiac cleat ooaaertiati with steamers jar Pa hs)i, Cm d St. ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 1 July 1866

TlltS COAT OF HABim RKV. bt eaet w. nun. Fur tfa Uaiaa aad Aaaaricaa. Atsmaatrasteia Loekeirta shade White an dewa's glories softly fad. The battle's din s heard no more Ke MM tfaelrtratea1 siaad itkr Tfcehi si t4rosi Mm lewiy sloar Ssttoasateaesmtef faeadgvey, A asster'af iclisef Am fiy A tstreedber eoat of faded grey. Tis hsagiag on the roach lor wall Xaar to the fovt of a widow's bed. Br a white plume aad well worn shawl Jib gift the happy Mn abey wed. Br tha woe dip tbeir dead chiM wore The M they gar the name of May, By bar rag dolt Mkd pinafore Br right It's there, that eoat or iter, A red Aeek'd relic of the Iray An ai inlaw eoat of faded gray. (er aM ef lite aaw drapes that wall, l'oor assi fwtieat atili she waits Oa Ged's geed time to gently call Her, Ue, witbte the jewel'd sate ; A ad all the erarei is here to die 's) "part IVesa theaa, assi'pase away To jote her tore eteraallr Thai wr the sHf Hie eoat of grey. The shell-torn relic of the fray Her soldier's eoat of faded g...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 3 July 1866

- O. WTTNN1NGTON ik CO., RWTORf? A- I'ROPRIKTORS. VotMtnf oimtnuni.-uJ'V. ronUlnincinterest e or iiottat newt, V-iteJ from say quarter. M iissatss) aVeia tfci ritriew towtiM of tb t 1 1 mk MrtT?irgd. All coatnamiMtiuH should b addressed to the Hi Uiiok iirn AxtBlCiK." Pinion nuxt Stmcmutt. TUI3iIAY, JUIT 3, IS6. THE MoOAM CASE. JUOGR HWASX'H ciiAitui:. Frees the KaeiTiMe Oetnntemal of SetrW-l Tk Mfowiatr k lk Written charge of Tin; dofcodaiita ataml cluirged with the intirtter o4 A. U. JlAl'XX, ami the lirrt count ia tka indiotwunt charge that the Weinl anti iwirderd Jacob IIarmox. The aecond OMdt clwrgoa that tliey -were present, aiding, ataMimr, im esnMnUHg unto )im m tinier. Mnrtiei by our Jaw is tliua defined: "If any memory and discretion un lawfully kill any reasonable creature in be ing Hnderthe iesceoftie State, with malice aforethought, either extreag or implied, Mich irHi Khali We guilty of murder. Kwsry murder er)ietMa4ed by means of loiHt, Ivinar in wail, or by any other...

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

Uxlm mu gunman. If F. C. DUffHTN'QTOlT .& CO. Bftlry.SM: Trl-Wcekly,$7; YVccfcIr,8B. " Vl'USUAT, JUtY3, 1886. ot'it oirrsim: vajijs. JjUSI JUWL-HaHMWtflfJ &gB j tbe cCxy Cage WasMnetoa IatcJlif-coce R etro oUUa Favosa in Mcmpais. etc FocbTM Paoe. Letter from a liifcfaargwl Fe in, ate. Tt will be mhw freer, f.ar aiwatebee tbat tfe In kittle has been fbiait between Austria mm! 'roivis. reoltin" ic tae discomfiture of tag fer ner. Ex-Gov. Holdf. of North Carolina i in aafoataa-. CenwHltnTrfcr-f ""r t ,iti to Trait FiUalt4iis mi July h, to be , resent at the Sac TbePwrt Jtnt 4 tk greater iMttion of the Cabinet have alto jK-osninen to be -w-esant, if omeial duties will ptUranovtkers. Tbe ftsenl year onded e tk lt. Ta total internal utimk meisit- amount ta W,W.W0, le milHou dollars less thee ynmUifttr licked. and five millioa aotlen Mere than km es imatad last year. Hie customs and direct tax reenipu swell tb total receipts t ever , 0N. There it mnstusrahU gratalatton at the Treas...

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

rgffiriinriiuiri'ii titWu Hint Emmatt. TUKXDAY, JULY S, 1S6. . THE CITY. - ARRIVAL A A I) DEPAKTUKL OP TUB TRAINS. vtlleat - w'5 A M .... &J0 V X turn r x . .. WW A it MAM . .. T 1 M icS A M ... &5S A M .- A M ArrtTos at ltoaievillc I .eaves Louisville a jyimi XbvttU HHMI4 -t.wwIICSWll.ffrim, Uw Xoebvttie at T.-9 A X ArHrm at utanooc kg PM Loft (srotimnsgs nT5 A M Leaves Nssmville &S8 I M Arrive X Cbottoooora IW A M t Onattnaogga , X:2S P M Arrive atXahvfe - UMAX jfayfji4)0&f& fftn" yWf lluwtsriWc MM LarkiBSS atrMt Mail Daily, exeent Sundays Lova XnArille ... ArrvvWW Pwluf- . 1WJ A M P M limi Doaator. Arrive at XesmriUe- fcSB A M 20 l M MwilwWt, Memphis. Mobile, and New Orleans HjlflW SJft p M 4;M A M 89 I' X Arrives M Deonta ArrlntXestvtnr 1:35 A X C44mm)44 A sheWw&"oT"4i3Hi Lec OnlMMbw , "aiAM Arrives at Xavjvf WfcW A X Loavos NaoVvilte. WW P M Arrives t UotomMH .V l' X Jfktlnmittr imm X'rtkrrl Jtnttrfl l.vnv Xaoavil'o 4.-a P X Arrive at .IniiiiMavsUV I' X ...

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. — 3 July 1866

Um ami SUttjman. ZttETTCK mOK A 'BISBAXI.EO I'K- From the St. Loute RpM-ea.! Sr. Lovirf City, ShcbE-up, June 9. Mr. Kmtok Mavocknken, it's incsilf that i'wk iapoMd upon and used up iutirely. It' not in tba hmrt of a law to tnvene the ewtlt for eight and twenty yearn without RWiooa mufbrtane, to be kicked to death by a jackais at and never complain of it Bad lock to the man that permaded me with his blarney Iran iy preen hw wild Jhhoo, with loU o good living an' lad.ims o' whiskey, to stoat tf Cbuweks in e big Brill sfeoep pasture up North o' the lal.es. Bad luck to him. I sav, an' if I live a hundred year- I WMVt rirk mv life wid such non-en again. I'll die first. Yoa see, ver mightiness, the case was in tab viae. Abot four yean ago Mu hxva. (Tfumirn-, (that' the son of our oald Mistlter OTi.vh kitty, an' " Mikk " we Med to call him when he was a mere speck of a thatr' said I. "A great military wrganiia Uoti," says he, "Does it fight for the stew an stripes an' aigle of liberty?" Ra...

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. — 4 July 1866

f. c. DmranovGToar .. editor a proprietors. VcUatary eoBinionicmf ". oontainine; lutereM- ar important newt, sr Viited from any ijusxter. Pwi letter from tbi veriens eonBties of the ' tate efc441y dfwirou. lleommaanetiensetieaIdbe wldres! to the " aMitece f the Uniok asp American 'Union and &wmran. WI!IXISSIAY. JULY -t. 1868. Jefferson Davis in Prison. sor.zvh axo incidents or Tiir nrr OF THE KC'COXFEDEItATE PltnSI WENT IN THE CASEjrATE AT rOUTUESS MONItOE. Rxlme from tlic Diary of (lie Post Siiroon. SOUTH KKN JJON-BKLIGBRBNTS THE ANT LION AXB ITS HABITS MK. AVIS OX THK FUTURE OF THE SOUTHUKX BLACKS. Auou-rr 34. ViaiteJ Mr. Davis with Git. Titlow, orRcer of th lv. Found him digktly bitter in lxxly and mind. Kr mm& hope that no sensational reKtrU of ilk illiMM had ajearel in the newnjiapera to alarm liis wife more than necessary. Hi hope was faint, however. Tlie swarm of nowniatir correnpondenU, more than quad nj4l by the war, no longer finding food for their pet in earn or o...

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. — 4 July 1866

ittion and Stmmatt. BY F. C. DUmCTGTOlf & CO. sUly, 914 1 Tr!-Weekij77; Weekly, S3. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1886. OIK OUTSIDE PAGES. i'.iT Pace. Jefsooc Dvi& in, Friees, Ex 's t ouiOmIMmp the Poll Sjeon-The vripcia War QiiWUaa, r rtu I cb. A Romance, in Roil Life. TTEH OF GBXSKAZ. SEWS. (j,'i olee4 in New York yesterday '. .1'A Tbc Commtttae appointed to invelit' the ' ic-GMXitxtt dMbculty were to have re--telyssterday. It it nU that a majority of ,r crnmitteereeomsaawltha emission of 8a. . - ir r. wUle aminority of the Committee re u.ra?n4 teat he be reprimanded at the W of il ;a?c. The Committee ananimoosly report , tk- ;r cf rearsaxaadificMr. Okdcveli.. Ine Conference Committee's reptrt oa the i Exposition bill wnt adopted in the Howe, a d w .11 probably be acrsod to in the Senate. It uopt. ub? iantiallr. the hill named by the Sen- .:c i xcept that the aggregate appropriation of "1"' .'"0 in in currency, ieetead of in coin. The Jip-ovide for three comm tapers, at a salary f j ...

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. — 4 July 1866

tnitftt unit SmMfran. WltDXESDAY, JCI.Y 4, ISC6. THE CITY. ARRIVAL AXD DEPARTURE OF Till TRAIXfi. J y,,,hmill- Leaees XavfBe at MX A &30 P U Arrire at LouierilU Lvt Laai-nlle at- 4 70 A U 4a P M Arrive at Xyfcville - WAX A X Arrive at Xfcvilto LMVM JftfW Ruitroad. - 7:10 A M & P M 3:10 A M 9c P M ftfW A M low MkfWe at Alrivw BtOlMtMM- Arrive etXaabvuTe- Leave XeaaviUc Arrive at Olmtteaeeca Leave CaolUnnoa Arrive at Nashville Jfuiapftfi wurf J.-intu r Mn Hi . V. HenteviBe aad Larkier-iMc Mail Daily, except Leave XaahvWo ..!".!Q.M- H0 A M Arrive at Deoatar &M 1 M Iwt eetar. ft A M Arrive at Xasarttle 36 I' M HnatoviUc, X raiihii ,Mnili apeeS aad New Orleans Leave Xaskvilte- . :30 P M . 4:10 A X .sr x . 4J5 A Jt Arrive at "malar- I. ear Deoetor Arrive at XasaviHa- ColtMubi ABcammidatiwa Leave Columbia 7:) A M Arrive at Xssavitte lfetg A X Leave XaahvSUe- MI'X Arrive at OetmaMa kie P X Xntlritlr waa? Xorthtrfltr HMrAd Leave XnrfM t: P X Arrive at Jakaeeaville P X Leave Johai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 4 July 1866

Mwmx unit &mxxm. A Romance in Real Life. Elopemeul of a Lady with an ox-Con-fefcraie Officer. A KIKXSOE IJKXOL'IUXT. In the tama of 1804, Captain , from Ybbeviihs District. S. C., vnt comma&diuga i mpany in one of ih inSintry regiment in lvERSHAWb divinioa of the Confederate army. lie was a, great favorite with liis command, and liad mttmI tnroaghont the . -ar -with fidelity and ilictinotion. In Gen eral EarlT's last great diaaster in the Val- icy. Captain irai badly wounded, and -op shortly afterward remored to one of the hospitals in this city. His condition wae a err precarioox one, and the patience and heerfulneM w th which he bore hi Miller, jigs attracted the attention of a lady who tr&s visiting the wards. The lady in qne :ion, tlie wife of an estimable citizen, wag then about twenty-five yean f age. She dad been married for some yearn, and had e daughter, then about fire years aid. 'Ir-. wa exceedingly fascinating and attractive, and an anient Southerner, having ...

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. — 6 July 1866

C. DXJNNINGTON & CO. EDITORS & PROPRIETORS. Viluntarr eaHonieeti"ns, containing i aterest nc or iaiertaat news, wl sited from any quarter. Xm letters frem tko various oouRties of the tse V tejatty desired. Alt eomajanicaiioiu snould be addressed to the ' ' Rdiaeca (if the Uyvix xsa Akbmcax." Utta and jstmcrfann. FRIDAY, JTI.Y B. 1S86. Jefferson Davis' Account of His Capture. The JPatticeat Story Finally E.r plnded. Extract from iUf Vrinou Diary nft'oii vcrMtlloii -ullli Jrin-rhnu DhvIh hy tlie Vost Surgeon, Dr. Crnvoii. On leaving Hickmand lie Kent first to Danville, hecatwe it tm intended that Lkk slto-tiM have moved in that direction, felling bad: to make a junction with Joiixstox' force in tlie direction of Itoaneke river. Graxt. however, preaeecl forward m ranidlv. ami Rvruag m far round that Lkk was obliged to reatreat in the direction of Lynchburg with his main force, while liis vanguard, which arrived at Danville, insisted on falling irm;. mu masciiifr, we rallying kh...

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

BY F. C. DUKNINGTON & CO. Dally, 8M; Trl -Weekly, 87; Weckly.tJS. rnin.vv, jui.y o, isob. OUR OUISIbC PAUIIS. 1". . i. iPiOE. Mr. Davis's Aoceaat of hU cap t -iic The New Party Tie Karepcan War H.altluf Mr. Dat. Vocunt P. The Viekabarg u4 Atlanta Tastimaaiat te Cut. M. F. Man TheOldMsaYVBead, ITEMS orBNBRAI. CWS. Uuid xm4 in New York jastoreay at 13. The President Wine permitted the pabltea ..t. cf a begging letter iMnml to him by the n tor ions Foeset. sometime laat wring, on the - abject of tbe New York Colieotorahlp, Um latter m which he tbreataa "to toll tbe &n ssory of the President's disgraeefal eoadaet on inaagoration Oar." The Freed men's BnmBHI bavin; passed both bouses, mi lebl before lite President on 'i'uesday. Tbe previous of it were pnWltW by us when firt iBtrodaeed. Tbe probabilities Me thit it will be vetoed by the President sod Kill then be passed by a tw-tbirds rote. -Tbe Uoase Porto See CommiUa. at their xaeeting. have agreed to report ia favor af the Sea-...

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

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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. — 6 July 1866

j-f'J"' OINOINNATr GAUDS:' OINOINNATI GARBS. LOOTSra&T CARDS?. The VIokbBrg'anttAtIantA CnmpalgtM Teller from "Profossor Eirell. 'trie foil wing letter frow Profoonr Ewki.i. appeared in the Richmond Emqyirer and SeaUnd. Willi A.UaBHO, Jom lath, 1868. To the BObrt tf the Emmorer xtmd Beatind.Gix TLSKEX: In the Enquirer and Seniind of the 2Sd, tbe ibUewiog i pabliabed at s& extract from Dt. Cfc&vxM'a dlarr: 41 PratSKKTOlf made splendid defense of Vicksburg, and mixiit havo been relieved, if tne omoer commawnng tNe sraty nent to r lieve him ( General Johnston J had not &iled to obey the positive orders to attack General Grant, which Mr. Seddeh, then Secretary of War, had sent If the same officer, who was upheld in command by the auti-adiuin-i aeration party, had viaoronaly attacked Skkrvan at Atlanta, when directed, the fortune of war wfldkl hare been changed, and Skbrxax hurled baek te Xaahville, over a sterile and wasted country, his retreat little leas disastrous tha...

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