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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 3 January 1866

DAILY UNjON AND O. DBXJflGTOX A EDITORS Jfc rHOPRIETOKS. CO.. m - Offiw Uaida and Jtartneaa jnck. corct I atd'Cherry streets? oppciltn the PotOtficcf Voluntary coimnunicatroni, conUinincinterest Injor Important news, solicited from any quarter. News letters from the various counties of the State especially desired. AH communications should bo addressed to the " Editors of tho Usiox axd Avemcajc." TXBllS: Dailr. .Weekly. ,.2 0 NASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1S66. VOLUME XXXIII. NO. 25. i Proportionate rates far shorter.periol5. , SahscrlptionsjnTarlatlyla advance. VYIhn M .. MEDICAL. I SEYMOUR, H. 1)., (Late Brijrailc Surgeon, U. S. A.) OOHXIST AXD ADltlST, 0 Geo 30 Cedar treet,uctwccnSammcranu Cherry, NASHVILTjE. Office for treatment of all Diseases of the Eye and Uar, operations fr Squintinc, Cataract, ccU, rcrfomied. . KOX 7GK, I. O. deeC Smlstp. REAL ESTATE AGENTS. mssoiiUxiox. rpiIE firm heretofore cxistinc tinder the name X firm and style rf W. 3IATT liKOWJs & ...

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. — 3 January 1866

I it UNION AND AMERICAN. by p. c. sunrarGTOx & co. OFFICE: CORNER CHURCH AND CHERRY STS, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. "' " tonj-.BaUy, 614; Weekly, 8S. WED3TESDAT, JAJfUARTf 3, I860. ITEKS OP GEXERAI, SEWN. The report from Wasbincton by telcjrraph is thai the Joint Committee on Reconstruction will mako bo report at all. Otx. II. B. Thoxas, baring made a tour of inspection throurh the South, has telegraphed General Howard, approving tho action of the following-Assistant Commissioners of tho Frcedmcn'i Bureau, and recommending their continuance in oSce,Tiz.: General Fisk, Commissioner for Ten nessee and Kentucky ; General Tilbon, for Geor gia; General Swayne, for Alabama, and Colonol TheniM, for MiseissippL Secketabt McCcLLOcn ha issued a circular to the revenue.aetnts, requiring- them to enforce the recent act of Congress, prohibiting the Stupor tatioa of foreign cattle. The latest dispatches from Washington state that the President will send a message, on the as sembling of Congres...

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 January 1866

J I j v, ijjjmaa- : i i UNION AND AMERICAN. WEDXESD.VY, JANUARY 3, ISOC. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE TRAINS. Tiouinilte and Xa$nvill Railroad. Lcivcs Nashville at . Arrive at Louisville--". 7:3) A M &30 P M C.-U0 P M, MM A M( -Leaves Louisville at . Arriret at N"hvillc TrUO A JU 00 P M SS P M 0:00 A M mgtjieU and Ktntudv Railroad. T.r. VMhrilll) 2:10 1' XI Arrive nt Nashville .KkOO A M . &00 A M . 5:00 P M Leives hjiniignci'i - ArriiTj nt .Snrinrficld A'atltille and Cliattanooga Railroad. T ..... V..hriltn nl 8.-00 A M Arrives nt Nashville 15 P M Lesves Chnttnnoosa ........... ArrirMut Chattanooga C:40 P M 0:20 A M Xatkvitte and Xrthiciitrn Railroad t v--.i:ii. C.-00 P M Arrive nt Johnsonvillc- Z'.'.Z'.. 1:50 A M ftfiO A 11 Leave Johnsonvillc Arrira nt Nashville Xaihvilte and Decatur Railroad. Leave Nashville - Arrive at Deeatnr Junction at Lcavo Dseatur J unction Arrive nt Nashville .... . 7:15 A M ..- V M .... 8:30 A M -. &35 P M 2:00 P M ..- iV P M 7:15 A M .. 9.-45 ...

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 January 1866

WEDJTC3SDAT, JANUARY a, I860. THE FARX. How the rasUahlaiprerca tbclr IIroel or Hog. When the great improvements in agricul ture commenced in Britain about a century ago, pigs 'were observed among other articles of the farm, and the alteration was attempted to be done by the same rules as in the case of the other domestic quadruicds. It was Boon perceived that certain forms of pigs at tained an earlier maturity and fattened more rapidly titan others of a different shape; and that a certain quantity of food had a greater effect in the -way of maintenance, with the animals that possessed the former properties. Judgment selected these animals for the pur pose of propagation, with the view of obtain ing a perpetuity of properties that were seen to be so Taluablc. The frequent and numer ous progeny of the pigs very quickly and amply showed if the practice adopted was correct, and if the desired properties were continued in the wide and general develop ments, if the inferior qualities of ...

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 January 1866

TXX XASXTXXXZ SATXX tHOX AXD AXmiCAX. EDITORS A- PROPRIETORS. ,cr Chare Voluntary communications, containing intcrest- 'tW-PostOttec.) jing onmpoHantucws, solicited from any quarter. Ncwi letter from the various counties of the TEs: BUr U 0 Weekly- JL.. SO Stale especially desired. All communication! ihould bo addressed to the YOLTJME XXXIII. .NASHOTXLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JAIWAItY 4, 1866. NO. 26: "IWitottortheUsiox as-o Aveeicas.: . i - TMHTm nan iuti i i ... I l i .Mil l i l ' H " Hi . I. - i ana v. ntrry meets, oppwnio in I, r. 1 1 i MEDICAL. F, SEYMOUR, M. D.. JLj . . . (Late Brigade Surgeon, 17. S. A,) OCULIST ASD AUJ1IST, Office 30Cxl(ir jtrcetbetween Sammcr nnd Cherry, NASHVILLE.- " OfiC fr treatment of all Discwcs ef the Rye ami liar, operation! far 8o,ninting, Cataract, ett, IiwfcrtMN. BOX 7CJO, I. o. daa-nlftp. REAL ESTATE AGENTS. DISSOLUTION. rpiin firm heretofore cxUtinc under the name 1 firm ami rtyle of W. MATT BROWS A Co., If this day diolvod by mutual content. Mr....

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 January 1866

fiv i . -sr..-."" -.,-, o . w - .. ; j UNION 1KB AMERICAN. 3Y P. 0. SJUNHIdaidll & UIF10E: CORNER, cauu,a AMj uilLIliJf ST, OPPOSITE TEE rosi OFFICE. TcraM :.B.iUr, 611; Weekly, 83. THCKSDAV, JANX'-AItY I, 1S66, nxxAi er genterax ,ews, Special dispatches to the Cincinnati papers itatc, that notwithstanding th disagreeable con dition of the weather from the recent storm, the first New Tear's reception of President Johnson wta largely cttesded. The door: cf the Execa- life Mention were. . . I. r : . i . -. i i. .. .nn.M t.n were In fall court drew, porno of them displaying the glittering badges of tho orders to which they belonged, fcir Frederick Bruce, the Brttuh tn Tor. was the first arrival of the diplomatic corps, which was fully represented. The greeting ap peared to be mutually happy, and cipoctaIly in view of the fact .that there is nothing in the con Jiilnn r fV,rim rotations to thrill ten tho dis turbance of the general peace. All the members of the Cabinet, the Justices ...

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 January 1866

' . rr-- i ii -1 "Vwin ji'h -.I Tiiibi ' f - t" siMWi 3p 7 ' - .'at, t-.fa.id Wfci , if JF T UNiOH AND AMERICAN. THURSDAY, JAXtTAKY I, I860. ARRIVAL AM) DEPARTURE OF THE TRAIXS. hnuurilU and Xathrilh Railroad. Leave Nashville at Arrives at Louisville 7:30 A . 6:30 T . CK.0 P MX) A ' Leaves LouUtUIc at . ' Arrives at Nashville- 7.-00 A &00 1 &30 P COO A EilaeJUll and Kentucky Railroad. T.TciX.hvUIe ,2:10 V Arrive at Nashville .100 A Leave fcSpringnaia . 80 A Arrives at Snringfield- &0O P Jiaihrille and Clmttanooga Railroad. T..,. -Vtitlirllli at . 8:00 A Arrives nt Nashville 5-.1B 1' Leaves Chattanooga ' Arrive at Chattanooga &20 A Xathtille ami Nrthvettrn Railroad Leave Nashville .6:00 P Arrive at Johnwinville 110 V Leave Jolmsonvllle. ....-... I:.i0 A Arm at Nashville .. ..... 0:00 A Xathville and Drcatnr Railroads Leave Nashville 7:15 A Arrive at Dwatnr Jnnrtion at -TO V LcaveDeeHtnr Junction--" A Arrive at Nashville &?.? L I.rave Nashville J Arrive at Columbia...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 4 January 1866

fmxj...i.. Union - and AmencarL THtTRKBAX, JAJTXJAKT 4, 1S68. Xcretfam la the r. S. Scnato Dariag the at Treck cf the session, the HottseofKcprekatetiTca adopted arcoolntion prohibiting thY caployncnt of any relative of aiiyncnfccriaanycapficitj ss pqjedoor Ircepcr, clert or other officer of the honse. Thia Tras prompted by the effort of a "loyal'' member to' hare half a dozen nephews ap pointed as pages, and partly because, as a general principal, ittras correct and proper. The Senate ought to hare done likewise. "Why it did'sct is explained by the "Washing ton correspondent of the Chicago Tima; Tho adoption of such a resolution in that august body vronld deprive of easy and ele gant vocation not less than a score of nice young men, whose sole recommendation to official favor is the tie of kindred between them and the honorable senators. The Con gressional directory records that a son of Senator Clark of Iscw Hampshire, is door keeper of the reporter's gallery; that a eon of Rati m...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 5 January 1866

- 11 - - - . .: - a -m -v- -w v " mr-r-m p r--w ---- -4fi-!r" ?affiKaMW5-1 33C rr l' ll . 4 I! EDITORS & PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communication!, containing interest ing or important news, solicited from any quarter. News letters from the various counties of the State especially desired. All communications should bo addressed toths " Editors of the Usios and Ameeicas." MEDICAL. E SEYMOUllj M.:D., Late Brigade-Surgeon. U. S. A.) 'OCCPLIST AXI AijItlST, Office MCcdar ttreet.hetwcen SumracrandCberry. NAsnvnxE. Oflice for treatment of atl Diseases oftftie Ere and Eur. operations fr&iuinting. Cataract, ocL, performed, BOX 7C0, P. O. dccC 3mlstp. REAL ESTATE AGENTS. IISSOI.UTIOX. ritHE rm heretofore existing under tho name 1 firmand style of W. MATT BUOTV N A- Co. tsthis day dissolved by mutual wnsent. Mr. lliown retires from the business. Mr. Cal ender, in wnSUon with I'bineas GftW" tinue the Real Estato business at tho old stand W. Matt. Brown & Co.. ffi$ffiom;. T1IOS. CALLEND...

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. — 5 January 1866

--rm?F a ta-?: BMIOH MD AMERICAK. 3Y p. c. LinnrarQTOK & co. OFFICE: CORNER CHURCH AND CHERRY SIS, OPPOSITE TEE POST OFFICE. Term. :-.aUy, 814; Wctkly, 83. TRIDAT, JANUARY 3, I860. ITEMS OF GENERAL STEWS. The Government has been advised that repro tenUtioni made to Spain In favor of peace -with Chill hare to far prevailed that thegood offices of Fruce and Isglaad hare been accepted upon the teraj proposed by them and the United State. Balnea at the office of the Attorney General wlthmpeet to the examination of application! for pardon hat very sensibly dlmlnUhcd within the past week. The only cases which are receiv ing attention are a few coming in under the spe cial orders of the President. TheFrecdmcn' Bureau has received orders to discontinue as noon as practicable the freed -men's farms in Maryland and Virginia, and to And employment for the laborers now engaged thereon. The Pott't Wellington special says thero are rumors, not generally credited, that within two or three week...

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. — 5 January 1866

UK10N AND AMERICAN. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, XSCC. .ARRIVAI. AXD HEPARTVRE or THE TRAINS. Louimlle and jVn.JnV Railroad. Loaves Nashville at ....70 A M ..... MO V M Arrives ot Louisville-- ... few 1' M . 5.-00 A M . 7:00 A M Lcavcj Louisvillo at- 6:00 P Jl Arrives nt vm: go P M r.JidUld. and Kentucky Railroad. v...,:ti 2:10 P XI W."ST: IfKK) A M Arrive at Nnshville- . 8.-00 A M Leaves fctinngiicm ArnrM nt c-n n n tr! 1 f HI . 5:00 P M A'ntlrtffennd Chattanooga JUiUroad. 't . 8:00 A M LoaTui ,;ui "" r..i: i f Arrives nt Nailiville- Leaves Chattanooga Ivmal (lintlAIlGOffa-" fklO P M . .0:2) A M Xatlrille and XtrthKtitcrn Railroad t .v-i.ni. .PPM Arrive nt Johnsqnvillc- Leave Johnnonvillc Arnrn nf Vn iriTll.ft.-- -- .11:00 P M 1:50 A M &50 A 11 Xatlville and Deeatur Railroad. Leave Nashville Arrive atDccatnr Junctional. fLcave Decatur Junction-.-Arrive ivt Nashville."- 7:15 A M 330 P M 8:30 A M &S5 P M '2:00 P M 4:30 P M Leave iSiuhville Arrive at Columbia Leave Columbia. 7:15 A M Sh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 5 January 1866

JQ "''S ft." W: -GR0JEEITKr&cTr. "swSr FWBATj JANUARY S, 1866. He mm NTb tirdyWter comes! 111 ear htf'footetep through the Bight ; I bear bis Y&ee&ftrd from the height llareh Ureagh vfae piaee with muffled drums 1 His naked ft wo on tie mead: The iBw blade ttifec In the path. Ii o f ewr fC abild af etrtiihe kth i-oplty for kef teader coed. The bore oake shadier at htt breath, A moment by the stream be stays, Itt melody it mute. A glue Creepi o'er it dimples, m of death. Freta fettered stream end blackened xaocr The cityi Willi he silent Befcn i The sanaionx of the neb be fears He jtormi the cabins of the poor. JKe cortaiAed coach, the glowing hearth, The froft-rlmmed Uraybeards power defy ; He curses as be hurries by, And strike the beggar dead, to earth. For every gleaming hall ho spare. a nunurcanearucM novow bold Heart . crisD with ice and cold. Watched y a hundred prim despairs. The forest grow by Ilia command Who saith, "He lendcth to tho Lord . Who givcth to the po...

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 January 1866

Clj 1 n - ii UTiinimfii ii 1 1 1 iii .. ... . r t- 1 ,''UUJ "Wr,L f. c. u!onaTGTox & co.. EDITORS A- PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communications, containinc'nterest. inr or important news, solicited from any quarter. News letters from ths various counties of the State csneclallr il!rJ. yolibie xxxnr. 1STASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1866. NO. 28. -wc i mi ill II II BIT i I m in n ii i m.wti Mimim iii i-rni rir ir -it it iiiumi iHiiriiiwn , u . ik -irs-.. - - . f . - .e . . . . -, .i,.,., ,. , . . ... .... I I 1 vs."" a fj -V 7 l : nv " - : A TT.17 TT1VTT iV IV T ATI AMERICAN. I; I L 1 t I I WV m . - Ii 1 i 4 MEDICAL. P fi-R VTr HTTT? M Ti (Late Britade Snrecon, U. S. A,) OCUI.IST AX AURIST, Office 33 Cedar itrect,betwecn Summer and Cherry, XASIIVILLE. Office for treatment of all Disease of the Eye and Ear, operations far Squinting, Cataract, ecL, performed. BOX too, r. o. dcoSrCmlttp. REAL ESTATE AGENTS. mssoiiUTiow. riiHC firm hcrctororo cxistlnc uniTer the name 1 firm an...

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 January 1866

m-j. - ' - . ASIA 1 01101 ARD 1MEBIU1. BY F. C. DUJWDfGTON' & COr OFFICE: CORNER CHURCH AND CHERRY ST, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFIlE. Tcthw: Dally, gi4 frcckly, 83. SATURDAY, JaSc.VKY C, 1860. IVIXO IT VP. The New York Tribune (Radical) gays ed itorially : There are certain indications, tays a Washing ton special, that the President's poller will be in curred by Congress by the 1st of February, and that the Tennessee members will bo admitted. In this connection, the New Haven (Ct.) Regular publishes the following from a gen tleman in Washington to a friend inihat city: Politicalmattcrs hero are improving, and 1 s not bo greatly mistaken if the reassembling of Con cress does not indicate a decided redaction of lladic&l Tiolence. Letter from Conservative Re publicans, -at tho North and West, confirm the wisdom of tbePrcsldcnt's policy of reconstruction, and many member who voted for the Stevens resolution regret their action, and will not fall as readily "into line" again at the cr...

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 January 1866

f! J 1 UHIQH AND AMERICAN. .- HATUKPAV. JAXCART 6, AXXIVAX. AXD DEPARTURE or THE '' TRAINS. Louiicilfe cn AaiRritfe Railroad. r-Ltavcs. Nashvlllo at Arrives at Louisville .7:30 A M fc30 P M ftOOPM fcOOAM 7:00 A M Leaves Louisville at - y C4. " G:00 P M 5:30 P M .. - 6.00 A M EJacMd and Kentu&v Railroad, t V..1...II1. 2:10 P M ArtVTii Nashville A M T.irr Snrinirfield 80 A M ArrirM at Snrlnrfield 5:00 1 it A'atkviUt and Chattanooga Railroad. UrM Nj.hville at 8:00AM Arrives at Nashville & M Leaves Chattanooga 40 P.M Arrives at Chattanooga - o:-W A M A'mariHe an d Xtrthattttrn Railroad Ler Neville -rlPQ P M Arrive at Johnsonvillc 11:00 P M . 1:50 A M C:M A M Leave Johnsonvillc-. Arrive at Nftihrllle- JVasaeitfe ani Decatur Railroads X'Stve Nashville 7:15 A M , A rrire at Decatur Junction at .. 330 I' M "Leave Decatur Junction A M Arrive at Nashville 35 P M Leave Nashville 2:00 P M Arrive at Columbia P M Lrave Columbia . A M rri r t Nashville .... Shu A il Hon'aomen and WH Point ...

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 January 1866

U 1 1 - -.r cur - Union and American. DecisfBs ef tke SHpreme Court. ThSBWi It". Celdtrell, Attorney General and Reporter. O.B.Wrlat act Robert Cantrcl. in error, vs. "Wertlcy Overall. This is an action of debt, brought in, the Circuit Court of Shelby county, to recover 5800, due by a promisory nota executed by the plaintifla in error, to one Sampson Ycr gan, and by him assigned to Keuben J. .Scott, and by Scott to Overall, who cues the makers alone, The contest herj arises on a receint for S300, executed by Overall on the 9th of December, ltsoz, to Wright, one of the plaintifls in error. The payment was in what is known as "Confederate money," and the face of the receipt shows it was to be entered as. a credit on the note sued on in this action. The credit was not entered, and under the instructions of the Circuit Judge to the jury, there was a verdict for the full amount of the note, with interest thereon, and judgment pronounced accord ing to the finding of the jury, from which a...

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. — 7 January 1866

U i if " , r C . - i '"""" ".--,-- - '2r?:SS,ri '4 ft C. BUaWIXGTOX & EDITORS' PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communications, conUinise interest ins or important news, rolicited from any quarter. Xctts letters from the variom comities of the State especially desired. All communications should be addressed to the " Editors of the Ukios Xsb America." ma MEDICAL. SEYMOUR, M. 3). , (Late Bricadc Surreon, U. S. A J r .FOCUIilST A.XD AURIST, Office 29 Cedar strccUhetween Summer and Cherry, XASHVn-LE. Office for treatment of all Diteaees of the Eye and Ear, operations for Squlntiwt, Cataract, ect. performed. BOX 7co, i: o. deoC Smlrtp. REAL ESTATE AGENTS. DISSOI.UTIOX. rPHE firm heretofore cjirtinff nnder the namo 1 firm and style of W. MATT BHOWN A" Co., i thit dav diMolrol by mutual consent. Mr. Brown retires from the buiiaoss. Mr. Callendcr, in connection with Phineas tiarreU, will co Jinne the Heal Estate bunmesj at tne oia tanu Vr.'OM. Brown Ic Co.. 41 J OiMjjNrtff et . w TIIOS. CALLEKDEU...

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. — 7 January 1866

' 151 lfajlMf4fi -4 fflifyiiaiii: sy c. DumraroToy & co. OFFICE: CORNER CHURCH AXD CHERRY sis? uppusiajs ills post OFtfluE. T' ffr?tl Weekly, . SUXDAT, iASfBAKT 7, 188. ITEMS Or CEEKAX SEWS. Hie name of Governor Bramlctle is bcins mentioned by.prvialncnt lawyers In his State In conaection with the vneaacyin the United State Sa?ree-Court occasioned by the death of the Hum Jsdfe Catron. Secretary Stanton and Judge Ilolt bare both declined to dclirer thenpf dinted eulocy on Presi dent Lincoln. Noill Brothers S. Coiof New Orleans, in their cotton report or December 30, express the opinion that there aronoTri,100,oeO eotton1 bales on hand in the South. -Secretary McCulloch pat it at i,sw,oeo.;.,' .. Thorosigaatlon of Generals Cox, of Ohio, Kilpatrick, of Xc Jersey, nod Davics, of New York, hsreheco received. Brevet Brigadier General Smith, (Baldy) late Major General of Voaatecrs, has been mated six months' leave of Absence, on account of poor health. i Gen. James Watson Webb, United ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 7 January 1866

.Tjejiir-i ifiBriiM i UNION AND AMERICAN. 8UXBAY, JANUARY 7, 188, AKRIYAV. AXI BEPARTURE OF THE TRAINS. - LoniriWe(ani MuhipUt Railroad. word though would be spelled mo. One diflprence between pliojjographr and stenography in, that in the former, vo wek -sn rpnrpwif pd hv dots and dashe. which can be inserted if desired, or altogether left j Momfj7inS 05Sm$ercial.' OrncK of the Ustojr axo amebicax.I Satchoat. Jan. 6, 1506. J . fer the, KIRIXE'WSjy out: while in Btcnocraphr the elcter At)YicwM MfEH rcpnaptkig vowels are fettieprtin- Wck HB(U4 Jk.. tcrwnven witb coneoBaafe. ABetaer wiser-1 mi rarafftti afwalcf on the stoats m not as treat as it some days ago, but present appca .aces indicate rain before any considerable fall bribe river, to that we may look for uninterrupted nav- Arrivcs at Louisville M fcOO P M 5:00 A M Leaves Louisville at Arrive at Kahrillo Kdadteld and Kentucky Railroad, W Vmhrille 2:1? P M 2 .1 . i. mnrli mrtrr. mm- Tl UT-holly UH. J La, been comparatively auict,...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 7 January 1866

Union and American. SCXAt. 4AXUAXY , 1S68. THE DEA.TTTEAK. nYflccnVir. faios. , , , Deep 1q lliot dim , , .- t Ami tasty ahles tma'scu1chrcl('ortho Vast; Wlicro the white tombstones wart the mounds Raised o'er the buried years. Time, gray and grim, bits silent wravinjr "the shrouds of ages. Around him lie the now unheeded year. Itijjwith the. memories of dcds long lapsed; orcentnricsof Crime. ofBIood.of Wronir. .Minded with tear andjoywith hopes and fears Withthainotk-historrof oar Savior with -His terfect lor t and walk, and with . ' Salvation sweet: with-prophesies and thoughts Too rart for comprehension : with that power That rolls abroad the skies in endless blue, Hinting with IitrhU defying thought and mind Illuminating all the avenues to Heaven 1 And with Time, brother pffipaqe illimitable Those twin confusions to onr early thought. Proving an omnipresent Deity! ToTimcihodyinirycarls but a train Of tand to the vast shores of oceans. Silently llo cut hers in tho husks of all ca...

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