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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 16 March 1876

-fir yy. cossir A3D olsjlswos. ;. Pbll Sheridan' baby squalid and Veep him awake night, and be waits to go and kill some quaw. - ' ' Tilton it ',1b Canada; but the fceatUf r la o cold that be Ji to lUog.'up.liU picture Wn lr overcoat. People, who do not wish to be 'at borne" to caller thi year may let Jha aerraAt ay "Gone to the cintinyafil An Irish editor ay be.can 'y-t- gee "too" tartlilV reason why women should notbe allowed to become medical tuen. " It i said the wealthy people .in New York are quite tarried away with the new style of gold otjntcd coffin." " " '"" Why,k a correspondent, is a fashionable bells at her toilet like a species' of the Euphorbia? Because she 'floor beforo she leaves: , t vTo uel"at a parly with a cold In your bead, and no handkerchief Is worse Uiao anting up witn your giraand having the old woman present. ' ' ' ' i . The Washington-. Chronicle proposes that, some enterprising , ' . playwright dramatize Webnter' 'unabridged for production during f thcen...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 16 March 1876

THE UNIOH ND pim , Thnrdaj, March 1(1, 1S70. . RmniBrR that I'incl.back is an Aoglo-Africnn. Tho "nigger" has played ont Riciubd II. D-kSt, Jr., of Massa cha&ttU, nujoeilj Scbtnckas Min isttr to Englan J. JtMS Aumionzo Tatt, of Cincin nati, Las been appointed and con Armed Secretary of War, vice Bel knap. Tnotx of tbo Slate pnpers which hate pronounced on tho subject ere in faver of tho renomination cf Got. Porter. Colorkd Republicans don't Hco President Terry a order depriving Finchlmik of tho privilege of the floor of the Senate, after tbo nd verse vote on his caee. One of them called on him and remonstrat ed vehementlv about tho matter. It is fcoid that the rcpuMienn purty is so demoralized that it is willing to accept Grant or any other man who can lead them. The cry with them in, "Save us from tho investigating democrats!" The Chattanooga Commercial, the leading Republican daily in tho State, is in favor of Fred. Dong Jims for vice President on the Re publican ticket. That ...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 16 March 1876

THE INIOH AND AMERICAN. J J i l OIirilAlt0 CHAftft, Seeing uvverttl inquriti in yonr . T.uuaiil0 puptir bbunt eowmff orchard ra, I will rtjwrt reaulU vl eipcrionce I made lot year on - Hire pUU of land lying in the Bame fidd all of equal equal. trt No. 1 waa broLtn up in Aogtut, Harrowed once, then sowed with - on and one quarter bnabels of orchard grnn aeed per acre about tb Urat of Septemler; wbicb waa LruAQeJ in with a pin brtmh. ' - No. 2 wai broken up the same tituo, harrowed once, and sowed broitdcal in wheat harrowed in ' I tlieb aowed one and a one half buhel Orchard grass seed per acre, ana Drubbed in above at the wmn time. No. 3 waa broken op about the miMle of March sowud in outs one ' and three quartern of a lnthol of orchard gnua seed pr acre, with aame prep trillion a No, 2. A irond crop f bar could have . Ieencut from No. 1 which grew off finely, about four fifths of it going ' to fitted The ''stand waa quite auOi 'ient o. z had a good . -viand not a coo-i ns ro. l, n...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 16 March 1876

Trffi UNIO:( AND JIERICAi). Thorrtay. nfblt Kill! TKUSIH OP Hl'llKCIIII'TION. On copy, on yior,? ti.M " " tlx tin. r.tln 1,'hi trc ' trtio,-i and Advertising A.enU. Locti oa kiimAf'i-r.mo irnif i tisie firt iiiseYSiJttj 8 lenlrf fcmt Iihot lion; oi'iiM tlii nl insert ion i cnl f..tn I h and iiicccediii;; Usui lioui f-irjaij uaoitkha r lent time. ' ' rr., .-t One U'ttk, - . - , r , Vlnchet or 1cm space, per inch ( 1 12 " " luoro than fi, " 75 " 12. " ftuJ tTO lackitor lea niiace pui latli,....tl 60 It " " more than 6, " ....12 11 " " " - 12, " , 1 00 SI -18. - .... 78 On Uautb, incite or less apaoe.'fji-r incli,'. . . .(2 28 12 " " mora than , ' . .,..1 78 18 " " 12. - .... 1 S!5 w " ' " 18. " i oo Thee Mouth. BuHiiMCuriin is' no 0 inflict 4? less apao, per loch 2 55 12 " more than . "... ....2 00 11 w. " " 12. " ' ....I 70 t " r " is. '1 ...a 8i Six Monlba, Bualneaafards. t . . $0 00 0 I nob a Jr- lest "space, per Inch,. . . .4 on 12 'V ' than 6, , " ...8 80 18 ' 1 12. " ....3 oo 15...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 30 March 1876

if i' '' OUR COUNTRY FIRST AND FOREMOST. BE JUST AND FEAR NOT. VOL. VIII. QREENEVILLE, TENNESSE THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1876. NO. 2. X: CIIf C 01 p The Cancan Dill. This measure ia now before the country as the policy of the demo crate party, nnd as eueh we will probably hear a great deal concer Ding it. It is legitimately before the people for discussion, and that our readers may be seen just what the party, through its representa tives in congress, is committed, to we give the full text of the bill. A'blll to provide for t he gradual resump tion of epueie payments. Be it enacted by, etc., that it be the duty of the secretary of the treasury, during each and every yeir, from and after July 1, 1876, and until the legal tender notes of the United States shall be appre ciated to par value with gold, and shall be convertible into coin, to cause to be 6et aside nnd retained in coin an amonnt equal to three per Centura of such legal tender 'notes outstanding, and from the date of such ' conv...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 30 March 1876

Union and American. . Tlmrsdnj, Wnrth 29, 1876.; ; A TALE OF TWO TRUNKS.' IiT AMI RANDOLPH. "Better take it, sir. A regular targain." And the proprietor of E. Jack oliu's Trunk and Saddlery cmpon 11 ni, on Trade Btreet, tlirust his hand deep down into his trousers pockets and assumed the insinuat ing grin that is supposed to faeili- tate business., . '13ut I wasn't expecting to pay 60 much." hesitated ' Mr. Ernest ' Elton, a portly, middle-aged gen . tleman, with gold eye-glasses, a ' spotless suit of fresh broadcloth, nnd irreproachable linen. "I had limited myself to " 'Only two of 'em made, sir," persuasively broke in E. Jackolin, ' lowering his voice to a whisper. "Couldn't be affordtd at the price. A dead loss to the trade, sir." Why, tre've got to sell them for a mere Bong. Twenty-five dollars! It's ; enough to make one laugh. Look at them zinc bindings, sir! look at them wrought iron clamps! Just sec the patent locks, sir, and the straps as a man might hang him eelf by and ne...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 30 March 1876

Union & American Thursday, Xan:h 29, 1378 Onion Cnlture. On the eastern continent the on ion prow's in its greatest perfection I!iew:inn climate, the quick ami genial Hoi! di 1 vtu.nl an-.l Spain is cc'tiliiiilv I'avoralilu to its pro t'uv'Juii. In t!ic Juiitlirra latitudes of t':c I'lu'.ivl SuLs, vcr, t!iis J'i.lill IS lie. eel best, tilitlr';! I wit f-i . . n t ! 1 s:i n: :iT ot V.:. Sontli i:!'i e .".'liriralilv jro'.vth, a-: it is most ,ii;.t' s v,ia".'0 II ..l a WIS ;t cU 'a::2IH, k iii'Uier '.'(-;; ill 1 ! I" ciiit ivation ot tlic N'oi ' l.i'i ii ICati-ni iiiio:i i:i t!.e . Mates i. (!;:: ;;.-! u dir.) iilc iiiJlticaccs. m- t:ie r. ti:ilin:i, t ion li'.-d varii'tii'K is a que cration. ; ii vtrovi'il mode of cul- : '.'. v of soil, rjul atlcn i.v.j'I in t!;o selection of ln-t r.dq.U-.l to locality, :on worlliv it' our consul Fur if success in the "North mul East is nlti'iliut,:ible . wholly or .principally to the superi or ailvi.iitaucs ol climate, t!ie:i the more nr., t her...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 30 March 1876

UNION AND AMEEIOAN, Tkorsdar, Xarrb 30, 1876 r We tip our hatmake our bow, and extend the 7 of fellowship to the fraternity. Theki is considerable caucusing among the Republicans as to whom they will give the honor of being slaughtered in the next Congres sional race. We see that Hon. C. Marchbanks of Sparta, has been called upon by the grand jury -of Putnam county, to become a candidate for re-election. A better selection could not lie made. The Ohio Republicans are very much inclined to support Gov. Hayes in the National Rapublicau Convention for President, even if Bluine should be before the Con vention. JlJDGl J. W.. DlADERICK of the Supreme Court, was made Chief Justice of Tennessee, on Friday last, vice Nichalson, deceased, by the unanimous vote of the Asso ciate Judges. Tee Republican party is strain ing every nerve to bolster up their tottering machine. Its no use the old hull has to come down. The timbers have been rotted by frauds and corruptions till it is in the last sta...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 30 March 1876

TEU3IS Or SUBSCltlPTIOX. Ont copy, one year, $2.00 " " (ix months l.lxi " " three " 60 iU poUge pre paid publUkeri. ADVERTISIITO RATES. IrecuL contract mad with Local Ad tirtlie'i and Advertising Azents. Local oa Rcadixo Notices 10 cents a line firtlnerUon; 8 cents renond inser tion; 6 cents third insertion ; 6 cents fourth and succreding insertions for six months r leas time. Owe Week, t Inches or less space, per inch,. . . .$1 f'O U " " more than , " ... 75 II " " " " 12. " .... Ct II " " " " 18, " .... 60 Two Week, I inchsa or lvsii space pei ioch,....l 60 It " " wore than, " .... 1 2 II " " " 12, " .... 1 00 91 " " " " 18, " .... 76 One- noutb, I tacltes or lefts bpaoe, per inch 2 25 12 " " mors than , M .... 1 75 II " 12. " .... 1 25 II " " 18, " .... 1 00 Thee fflonUis. Business Cards $3 B0 C Inches r let's space, per inch,. .. .2 65 H " more than 6, " ....2 00 11 " " " 12, " ....1 70 U " " " 18, " ....1 60 Six ftlontha, Business Cards A 00 6 Inches or less space, per Inch,. ....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 30 March 1876

i A SERMON. BT BEV J. O. JOHNONU. D.y Tkit Precions Faith, ?od Peter,, Jt cbapli-r nd lt trte. ( Men of tbe world j1aee tlicir af icetipns upon richts and honor. Thfc arc prize! more than Cod and heaven. I5ut the Christian posses eme tiling of minutely greater value, lie has 'iveio:n , f lith. .Faith. in Christ, M'liu-li secures for him an interest in the favor of (Jcl, which is life, juid his loving kindness, which is heller than life. I'iches and honor cannot Fatisfy the immortal mind. Man will boon 1)0 removed from these, or they will take to themselves, the wings of the nxirnincr, and liy away, and elude his grasp, while-In? yet lives. 15ut that which laith imparts, (loesuot so easily, fudo away. It looks not at the things which are 6ccn, which are temporal, butat the things which are', not fccu'n, which are eternal. - ' The statesman may ,lory in his eloquence as the instrument of his success; the legislator may ;lory in his wise regulations to promote the interests of his orui...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 30 March 1876

- , . , TIIU IIUIMIIVB. : .. ( H stand for Beecher llowen'and Bes; U a-anda for Brooklyn whr- leligion'a a, - - " : ' B tfuU fur Jlnui well. Butler and Rlaite, Ami othr Hia Bug -f Radical fume; H tauU f.ir IUIi, jm Habcock. the JClnff In the lair irook"duebS. the wbinkey fraud rim;; . B ularn.t. lor Bdlnap who feathered hf ntt . Id a little sharp praetlee whhlradert on' Vt.t. " 1 stands fur Bunted, and hurted you'll ae Thin radical Hue with Its Useless 8. O Already th" verdict Is borne to the breez To wit ! "Stung to death by the Bee.' ' . .. . U i-'.imV g D . 9 .a-L Importers and Wholesale Dealers In HriCnnrlo Mnlirin t ' t Credit and Cash. A grocer ii'i llic town of Snnta Clnra, Cal. lias adopted nn oriiri nnl mptlioil of business. Kach side of the store isfited up for business on its own account. In the gen eral arrangement each &ide is a duplicate of the other, that only difference being that one side U cash and the other credit. When a customer comes in, the first ques tion...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 30 March 1876

UNION AND AMERICAN, , Thursday, March 30, 1876. RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. Mail Tkain, No. 1, ffm : Artlves T-il, a. n, fteparU. 7:48, a. h. . iUiLlaAi, JNo. 2, East: Arrive 7:89, p. m I)prt8 7:61, p. it, Passenger Tbaix, No. 8, Wist: Arrive 10:13, p, m, Dprt it: 14, r. u. "assexoe Train. ro. 4. East: Arrives 6:66, a, v. .Departs 6:67, a. v. Fikioht Teaim, Iso. 6, West : Departs 12:21, a. m. Fkeigbt Tbaix, No. 6, East: Arrives. 8:53, p. v. Dsptrts. ..; 8:59. p. u. ANNO UNCEMENTS. roil SHERIFF TTe tra authorized and rea nested to an ounce the name of W. 8. WHITE as a candidate for reeelectiou to the office of rheriff of Greene Countj at the ensuing August election. We are authorized and requested to an bounce the name of JAMES 0. MAYS as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Greene county, to be elected at the ensu ing August election, Warmer. More pleasant. Not quite so much wind for the past twenty-four Lours. Next week wc will publish a Bcrmon by the Rev. Mr. Hixon, of the M. L. Chu...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 6 April 1876

: yv'.' ' CM b . .. :' ' he fill0tH OUR COUNTRY FIRST AND FOREMOST. BE JUST AND FEAR NOT. VOL. VIII. GREENE VI LLE TENNESSEE THURSDAY, APRIL 6. 1870. NO. 3. V POSTAL DEPARTMENTS FRAUDS. ' TThal th Ilooka Dlaeloee $80,000 P; to Ihe Illngortlte Post one Lobhr. WAfiiH50Toif. Mnrcb 31. P. C. Tapler was again before the Post Office Committee today, and testi fied substantially aa yesterday, the the books of F. P. Sawyer "being produced and his statements cor roborated. These bonks showed thai prominent in all the transac tions from 1S62, when Randall was Postmaster-General, down to the middle of 1872, was Thomas Hood, king of the Post Office lobby. He was paid over $20,000, and was presented with a gold watch and numerous bills for sundries paid by Sawyer, This Hood was a cov r for more rascality than can be found out by this Congress. He was not potent with Randall and Creswell. lie received over $30, 000 for securing payment of a claim for printing postal routes in the Washington paper...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 6 April 1876

3.1 i4 .f 'I. UNION AND AMERICAN. I T"V7""d w iprll llj8 p it n M THE 1SIUX OF WASHINGTON. The following description is re lated by Anthony Sherman, a gen tleman of ninety years of age, who .had it from the General himself. """The darkest period in the Ameri it.. Revolution, was in the year 177i, when Washington, pftcr ..dreadful reverses, retired to Valley -.. ..... Foi"e. to encamp durinz the wintci S;Drt7iiKfid'!.i jsec-tlitears bf dis '"fa-eW pours'! down' t lie" chciiks' o the Jovcd yQinmandcr,. wheiv'he Ye 'tkiM '6n' the ''feaffrerings'' of his u brave 'sdldipt's.0' Wit'shinton had '"the' Labk"6rl lirainwj6 Goil i'or 'i;Ilielp"an?Ttp;rosi),iritv. 1 A . certain " ' ! day V h's h i n gtori s pc n t . by h i rn sol l' , , iliUIIC I' nip tuauiuti j titivi " ntu ' 1 camc'oii'ti hd looked bniisuallv 'pal I 'id'. ,Tn'eu'he"rpplied us follows:! UU'IlC HI Ilia, -IIU III utl liv " ntu ti "As I s.it'this afternoon' writing ...it i l f.ti!irt. .ailll fit ,miul - '"-'mv.' denyn : wUlrtrpnb...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 6 April 1876

-ftrriff i r-.-t' 7-1 r-f-r.;-f ?t- ft V 1e. f l:k Tf-nnraarr , i( Ttt :t man' ot-kin.r jiIaM!inL lioiil and wilful bieali'iti for bui I.emj.'lKc iSbil mioi fiiVKriits the flvjAUii( n Licit - ICastlTeftnessee llcis. Nearly rj! of this sK-tlon is hi tli''tnrt!ii:ituKrti'Si ftinoni tliom .tVin da ccl iniumiinc; rhil il i f afi'MAililt SMUll. to avo.ul.'the' long Mul Kou-if wiMcrs, w ii ic li nre ao I tfliir to tht I -;isCilutin4" ami' so l.:iil a tato iipWn WielnVnir, a to iiiUJctninU-siraUlo tlie- I kh prairie Tncre is'no ini:sm:ii,ic frvcr. no cVillh,1' no :u slrorti ox t I'ptViotl iiiuii is Vntryuhere linble . There is no pnrt of the Cniteil iskk'H, U rii feniAMy' nflnntteil. t hut can, in climate ciiiiuuc.'jwit! Ivtf'fcmifyfrgtt'ryTrfng-'hfsHlr. The pm.luctioiJfctrtf IthOl kJil ftf I'usl Ti niH'ssfo iiro sniiii' as llicl ii iIuvX'1!ictIi aiul "MMI States. VlJV' V'u.i ,H'' Wi.HV,W'J:K.lnH' tuiaV:ilwiifJie iivuclKittotm olY tljt ninth-west coiner tf this" icHion. Wlrciit?.r.(tT'nnf ...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 6 April 1876

UNION AND AMERICAN, Tharsdaj, April 6, 187C. - TUB JUDGESHIP It it no secret that R. R. Butler Is a candidate for tbe judgeship to lie filled by election next August. Defeat bat not disheartened him. His repudiation iu 1674, as we tin . derstood lt was cot less personal Jhan political; and bis sudden ap ' pearance again at the front might surprise strangers: but that honor able gentleman's acquaintances hays , sot been startled at his Belt announced candidacy. Modesty Is not one of his gifts or graces: he is a man of infinite brass; and probably all he saw, in tbe signifi cant majority of 1874, was the loss of $5,000 a year and the perquisits, -which he would, as nearly as possi ble, replace with the salary of a Circuit Judge and the honor at tached to the position. Whether bis party will nominate him, or incourage him in his race has not yet transpired. He, with whom Rod, had bargained in time past for mutual advancement, can 0 longer contract with or aid his:. Tbe bargain of 1867,...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 6 April 1876

f- J 1 vjascitiiria)it. WP7. " yr ti.oo " tlx months j oq " thraa" ,'6e A I FW y publiiLsrs. ABumTmna hates. racm confer raid with Local Ad' Vrtisrs sad AdTartising Ants. Lual ok RtfcDiM KortcM lOetntit tt f rstliwtlon; 8 cants stcond Inner, fc ; cent third Urtf on ; ( earns fourth t!wltn Inierriom f.r tlx months mt lass titM. 0 Waak, . tacks er lea spaes, p r Inca $1 Oft II " " mora than , ... 75 II. " .... II M .. ltf .. t tt 80 Tw Wseka, task sr ltu spacs per tach,. ..,$l BO II - " mora than , .... 1 26 II II. M .... t 00 " ' M " II, H .... ?l ob nMtii, laekes or las space, per lath $2 jj II " mora than , .... 1.71 II " II. " .... 1 25 The nath. Basinets Cards $S 50 c laebes r lets space, per Inch,.... 2 56 II " more than 6, ,...I0( 1 " " " II. " ....I 70 W ' " II. ....I 60 tx nibi, B1 acts Carda 6 00 lathes or lets space, per Inch,. . . .4 00 II " " more than 6. " ...S 60 II 11. " ....I oo M V " " . " .... 61 v F BtftMlCftrU o oo lcht or ince per Inch,. . . ,7 oo - nor man o. - ...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 6 April 1876

UNION AND AM SHIGA Nrr . I lit EEV. J. INSTABILITY IN KELIOION. Matt. 13.20-2 : . 3ulX5 tliaUciTeA tlie freed into stroiig places, the Mitno . he thut hcurelh llio ward, ud nnon wiihj.y reccivcth it; yet huth lie not root in l.im eelf. hut duretlt fur while: for when tribulation or presentation uriicth be- fit u so of the Woid J by 'uii J! JAif-'l feuded, this chapter, of which the parable of the sower is. .the i,rtA are ,Ue signcil to illustrate the' if a tuny Ut vclopiuent uixl triumph of the kingrlonrof nxcnfmvmm,Jln lu this parable the image, js drawn from uiifioaLloncVni)ioTi umong iiitMialorCitlydlliilils the manner luAvuIcffTlTe world' rtf" ceives the word of truth, inid stt forth the principal obstacleTu the way of eucccsiilul Christian labor iu ti isuiVi 4 ,T1'V'tl;l v it uiay Vdotupilsp tlie;dj'sire(i:euit, ThtHobr classic h'eriMbschbod eiii-" brace all who hear the irosriel. The iirst reureseuted bv the "toilsi1 who near the gospel, bliU it itiiiRi; (? of t!,,;jr itll von...

Publication Title: Union And American
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 6 April 1876

'foil in Coultdfiirt, J Ai (r y01l' nvvYf left LWt i . Frrthii: fur now flittering fait best firet TWPT AiTi TT Mr fl.fi )hlC .' i ) f .- t,-tr CM t .- .' '.).'' ) Ik?" 06 'I HA .OUT ... .i j i.,. l'l'if1.: .nC Jh ii'.t'tr' 1 1 h r J' f II lit" w on ini-.w Importers and Vholesalo Dealers in ' -.r ." U) Ihf 0 J . 1 J r' UTrt 'M irtitrt Jifi irvg. otirlivuo.X) " 'Hl.l.'Vnill. W, . "I h M ci.rlttf.Oh Jjiit I cim he. cei, a sweet as you 1 r;v;v't:J;!sTltiiii''IK'N:o -"I I. . ' 1 : Wm U ' ' ' . ' Cll . 1 i i m . f m m IK . mm--- ll ' I. ! .11 V i: ft M -Cr li.H-'. ' ? I Urti! ,f, i.n'i'. I .,... .. y . lhf a. : T- U !'ta 1 -.; 'I ' i ; ' V... ' '"'' . .1,... -. ' ' f.., f I J ' ir4 hVVnt'' II.U ' resphnse fJ- ri-(iift for ant'ri'i'li ; ja WYMrxwn .: ,. God grant I In- read the good with I -l , HMljlc", . ' . And blot the ill with teats." . A Good Womfi j , ' Talma -je says: A k'Ad liomeMs "deathless iii its ;,- inllueocvH.; ar cji.ts jruy. bo, gone. . The old home stead triay be soMnnd l...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 6 April 1876

UNION AND AHEBIOAN. Thondaj, April 6, 1876 , IU1L ROAD TIVS T4DLJL Maii Tkaih. No. I. West : Arrives... Peparle 7i4S, a. m Mau TaAis, No, 1, Eit : ... Arrives .789, r. M. PrperU... .7.81, p.m. rAMte: TtAi.t, No. I, WtsTi Arrives 10:13, r. m, Departs. ..,.......... Jl 14, F, 11, Pasae-iori TM(X, ao. 4, Eatj Arrives , , , Bi&ft, a, m. Doparts M7, a. M . FmuMT Taik, No, 6, West: Arrives; .,.....,,... 1 1: H, a. m Departs , 12:21, a. m Freioht Team, No. S, Eaat: Arrives, ,.,,.,,........, 8; 68, p, m, Departs..., 8:69. p. M. ANXO UNCE3IENT8. We re authorized and requested to an. nuance the namo uf W. S. WHITE as a rMdidate for re eelection. to the office of sheriff of Greene County at the ensuing August elvctxao. We. are authorized and requested to an- hum th tin inn nf JAMCS fl. VAYS u a candidate for the ofRoe of Sheriff of ureene county, to be elected ai ine e&su ng August election. Pleasant again. All quiet again, wrLirely tiroes arc ahead, Eh! Ilaral! for Congress, Beautiful...

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