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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 7 December 1866

J OHO OKA SOTfATC X: .35? n A JTMWaI -r-s . IM rJ Li -DQO I nrnl wen 0 p il a ai I, arn srtJet ot Hi Bo, P tLamp Recnd Slackot iSeasoni Mr, i liddrcrt receive ermt in CJll m ill puuu 'e it I if tin its II ten ,ns ol I! mot Inusj! Si lior Mil 1 .ilk rr; ! tici It as bad Pji r i -el rf writ i NEWS OF THE DAlY'. Two th'SSai tSollcl areYtfbe sent' to Jamifea eit year. Tho receipt from Internal Bevenue Tuesday, were $1.2tt.m The'Bi'eWeeond resimentwleredlniantry hare contributed $1,200 to "the Lincoln Monu- KThe President' aauhters, Mrs. Patterson and Mr. Slaver, are on a shepplcr jisilo New. York. , , The, Catholics vhave bought tbe Baptist church at Jaokeon. renn., and consecrated It on tbe 3d Inst. i , .V-irv ' Last week 3,265 imtnlsranU arrirod lat Kew York, making 319,820 thii year aeainst 1S1.150 tp i amo dalo'last year. Mr.CC, Gleayes.an old inerehant of Mem phis. tacf&Wf W ehildren. died' at 'tbatplace of cbolera, a day or two age. Onlit.-.t.. Jones, at' Newport, Ky was fine ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 7 December 1866

NASHVILLE UNION AKP DISPATCH DECEMBER 7, 1866. THE JAC0BINJ BBOGRXMME. Jft,S-flL..JI XxeenUve Ilpwexv and Patronnee-4 3? " Tho Pre!dent to tbe Shorn Preroctflvc, gnu Absolute! m The telegraph garc the outline, a day or two aco, of the destructive schemes of the Radicals to Tent their spleen against the President, OurWails bring ns the follow ing detailed insight into their plana pro duced in the late caucus : a rdiSndAiitBEVEHDE nruti.f ' Judge Kelley, of Pennsylvania, submit ted the draft of a till for 'the creation of a separate department, to be called the ''De partment of Internal Revenue." The bill met, Mr. Kelley said, with the approval of il - I1a ! a J aI-1 -3 TT '- . I roe aoiest jurists iu uie lanu. xi .was reau at length to the caucus, and unanimously amiroved. The following is a srnonslsr Section one provides that for the purpose of the assessments and collection of internal duties and taxes, stamp duties and licenses or special taxes, which are now or may be hereafter i...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 7 December 1866

3 I'KOFITS OF KIXKEP-RAISING.' ' In replj to a note lot inquiry from B .Tilldtioii. of EasfTennesaee. the folloirinc given by an experienced ' alfecp-raiser i of Vermont. We find it in the Knoxville Commercial : ' , .' Bran DOK.VySovt. 12th, 1S66. B. Til lotson, Esi; 'v&ist fJin In answer to your inrjuiriesju to my'thoroaghbred Span ish Merinoe-I will say that my flock was eianca irpm me hook oi oiepnen Aiwooa, of CknnecUculpn'.-the"fall of 1849. The ewea purchaeea of Mr. Atwood sheared in the dirt six pounds each. By judicious breeding they now cut from ten to sixteen pounds each.. I sheared a two years' old in the spring of 1865,. that had a lamb by her side some eight weeks old, that cut nineteen and one-half pounds, and my flock of between one and two hundred sheep average me about twelve pounds per head. 1 sell annually my oldest breeding ewes, with lamb, for $100 to $150; buck lambs from $100 to $1,000 each, and at these rates sell them as fast as I can grow them. I sold M...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 7 December 1866

rujiiisnED BY ITJNX!VG'iroX & COi r y . Term of fffiailr. per year-.... w,Daily, per month 'Dailr. per week Tri-Weekly, ier year Weekly, per year .... KulMcrlptlotl. 14.00 ' 1.40 3 7.00 Payment in ran ably in advance, and the paper discontinued when the time paid for expires.' Voluntary communications, containing intcr estiDrimportantncws, solicited from ao) quarter "Hejw letters from the various' Bounties of the State especially desired. . JTKIDAT, BECESIBER 7, 18G6. t -j- 'The inside pages of this issue of the Union and Dispatch contains : The Jacobin I'rogramme-UoutwcU's Last Assault upon the rrcsident Return -ofl ' BisHop Hopkins from the South A Gorilla captured Miscellaneous news paragraph a, eta ARXEI.T.AXD THE FRANCHISE LAW. The Memphis Bulletin of the 4th insL contains tne lonowing : i"At the Congressional election, in Ten rjtonessee, in August, 18G5, D. B. Thomas jU received an overwhelming majority of the votes cast in the Columbia Congressional District, over S. M. A...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 7 December 1866

J bda Mil It ina or oh ii p : .1 ft ; ib 1 Wq. far c( tanj. 0i m otlh aide KM i P 'El erinl B item ru4 leni I'lnj ir t lea liTlSS Ill le but t mot Inui Ip3 in :3H U1 14 Oun City Suiwcribkiw, who fail to re- 3. Delt!fc.'r fiijKi5?:reP111 tflllconjer a HTar by nuking the fact known at our counting room. The consolidation of the several routa of the earrieri of the Uxidx AKDaigiW and)o(itJie(Pj8PATCH, and tlie necosary reorganization under Jhe new order, lias been attended with some Hneivoidablg3$WHn,buUn a. ifewHajs we can promise the old regularity. SBthfe-advertsenient bf-ien. O'Neill. relative ' lo 'Unffed,- Stages government clause, olc.j in another qluTun. : CEHANINO ur .tiu. RyixLaborers are new very industriously engaged in ! rij cleaning out the debris of the-great fire- !on I fceda? ond'Glierry RtreeU. -Tlte'to h'ika - --.--o w.. j,. meats made for laying the' foundaiiun of me new oiock 10 ue erected on mis fliyi. Criminal Gowtr.4-YeryJiUle was. done in the Criminal Court j'e...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 7 December 1866

BOI7TWEIiI,'S-rlSTfASSAXjT 17POX NXH PKESIDEXT A COOD SVG- GESTIOJ). ' - From the N. Tf. Erealns Post, (KadioaL) jux. 'owuiweu, oi aiassacnuselta, who ' -Je hlmaelf ecmewhat notorious by the jipience or his language in a caucus meet ing during the last session of Congress, is reported to hare nam in the meeting of .Saturday evening that he "intended to offer soon a resolution calling upon the Presi dent and Secretary of State for the corres pondence on the subject of John H. Burratt, Ho said lie bad reason to believe that dur ing 'the search for John A. Surratt, his maing-place was known to the President, and that it was by the connivance of An drew Johnson that tne escape of Surratt was finally effected." There is, wo( believe, no doubt of Surratt's guilt. Any one who' Tixs aided in the es oape of a murderer becomes thereby an ac- . cessory alter the fact, which is to be a par tner in the guilt, and subject to the same IWnishtnent as the chief criminal. If Mr. Boutwell knows lir. J...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 7 December 1866

9 NASHVILLE TOftON AM) DISPiTCH, JMWM HTJfH:McGRE'Ajr& 00!, SOUTE. BBMOraiE & CO. SBCCW.WES'T'f Wholesale and IIAJII,TOX & CO., dip v nil w Sotfon tanfJTnhflrt-p.n Wr.r DEUG-GISTS, Corner Church and Cherry Sts;-. " MlVUWiU, isonrarcim T II : 7 ff W , ' .-K J. - I 11 I'H l Retail ; ttvttt t-r i -r- a. ' 1 A. 131 a II 111 i. CLAIM AGENCVSff . ' 'SI. M. . sMONOTT A W.Q Tnrrc , , ,wtH . " OF RWAIiDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, farkct Street, - - - Nashville. $E UNDEItSIONBD HAVING TAKEN n Cotton. Tobiceo. Uaeon, Lard, or any otHeT " omiMij-iun. rinntera lavorinr ua III their btistnM. m. v ..: . i. l : i t market price for lrii- P.-n.l,. .. i i . m ii i-uuiacs l III nn A. nw A. M w 1. A..iUHEfe V. HI ii or old frienda favor m wiin i.rJ. . n. wey may rely on having goeds purchased at the, wm market OTicec. e willgive our attention goods fomardea to us from other citic. Ship. may rely on hnving their goods forwarded 3pUy by the first train or boat after their ur U. Uurofiiocil ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 7 December 1866

IB ... NASHVILLE JCE"D TRADE. Gold remained about the same in New i5Toi$ ywterdaj, .having .opened at 139 J, dec'-S-cd to 1381 & l&O, advanced to 139 t 120, vasl39 at 12:45, and closed at 13S$ at.EM . The highest point, reached 4ux& gieja fceing -l.39fv.nd ,lhe lowest K85k Brokers here were paying 137 and !eaatl40. Sterling Exchange was quoted in New YocS yesterday a steady at 100 110k Ne?3.ork yesterday as follows: 5-205 Itciristerod 1 - 2d Series Coupons. J?WJ i. l CnnnnaM VViYm " New - 100 kfWK ... immo& 2d and 3d series.. The uncurrent money "market ia very Huic Bank of Tennessee may bo quoted as flail at 17c buying and -50c selling, with wroejierable loU offered for sale. Planters' Bank la getting very weak at 82c buying and 9tc pelling, quite large lots being sold -dally. Onion Bank is stiff at 77c buying and-4982c tailing. Southern Bank notes generally are very dulLrflh no improvement of rate?. The afSel.ofilhoBankof the State of Georgia hxvfi been .redeeming ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 8 December 1866

it TJUK -,VSUVII.I.K , DAlX.1t JWSIOjV rfY ,c5D'bs'sPATHlf ff ' " OiHe.thHxiisBAjixlltocK. eonwr of Caarah aad Chry i(k ppwit tii Vt QtOet. TUVS: Daily-. - .--... 09 TrfJwtUcl . 7 en Weekly s m MM important Ticwl;)lhltI IMtanay ' wrter. News letter; frtn the varies! eouatta f be Elate e pcetally desired. All esmmumcations should be addressed te ffiMfcaw f tha Usiqt. a:i D'S'ATch." ' r.HE RADICAL CAUOOSi rk 'ut Out ror the SchIuii Couitio Wyoii urtha Uvdurn) Colti'sre SlnlcH Not IlJr-vcu(cil in CougrrMt Sut to Counted TtinKoll ortiin I'orliplli t'oaRT.'. Provided for I's-opo-dllon lo Uxpel Raymond from ttic Omens ftniS Pnriy-A MvoIyTIme. CncrejMHi4enit f the tHjcjotiati Commercial. Vt'ASHixoTOK, Dec. C The Retmljlioan rami, tonight wan attended by nearly vy iMcmlier of the party from hotli at some MagM, efcjiecially wliilp Mr. RM'oud H Ixisg taken to tak for liU ketion to the jiarly. Mr. Morrill, of Vermont, was Cliairmau, and Mr. Iii6rI, of Illinois, Seeretary. The finst bumneAii in...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 8 December 1866

'AMD DiSPITP-!!. rt! RL1SHXII BY 3T. C. JtJIS"XIJfG'ro. & CO. ' Tprim of Siihcrlxttlnn, iany. per week.. nr. TrWVMkl,,por year-... .... Wcekly?ir'rmr 7.UI SOI Payment in variably in mI'mioc, attd the .pr dUMsKwijKl when the Uwe ley nature.. .Volssrtary ootnmnni;-(WM, cuXaintajr iUr ttasimportastc4EW)i.fa)ieitdttra y nnotlcr Xw letters from the varioas cjti' of t!i MAT UK DAY, UniTJlUHSt H, ISG. Tim Vsuis ash Dispatch nppoar &: morning in its permanent form, as wn tmpkted upon the fusion of the two imw$. Removal of nfachinerv, change of presses, and matters pertaining Ut tlie internal arrangements if our office, lmve ngejMHjilatd th$ use of .he -tyfuirto form to the present AffiH iea fur the ImbJimi TJiwumL. Tho nSanlare ttfaewrKttititrirk to a Chilian' lady is announced. The Republican majority in Michigan, aceerd- 1 Thf&tfirtmtCHrl rril)inh ba&rcWr that . lirareKoistorcoelfits are Bt SeaeUaWCH .A.deAeSatj'an if .CctrVorV uyrahanta arp iu WakMto iobWns for rjalicrfne...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 8 December 1866

l,i(iMrwpi ...mj"..'-- Imui - ' - mmm I THE CITY. )bn City ScnpcitiBKRti, who (ail to r- ceaye their paper regtilarly will confer a fetSr (by inakin'lkjs Jaei knpj-ri at our eoSnhng room. The consolidation of the ewl routosf the carrjfroCh TJgfioK Axri AMBKibAtf-and btlhe Dibpatoil, the necessary reorganization under the new order, has been attended kith some unavoidable confusion, but in a few ilayi we esH profttUe the old regularity. QuAJfciiRY Sales To-Day. It will be Keen from advertisements on fourth page, that Morton B. Howell, Clerk and Martor tfPlhe Chancory Court, will offer far sal to-day, at tliopgiirthoute, some very valua ' mo mly and wburban property. Tlvc Mfenerian lots, on College street, ami a tract idT Vand on the Buena Vkfa turnpike are BMgst the number. Ml to a late hour lout night not it single arrl had been reported at the police head quarter. ' A iAYor two.ragH Uie the well k .tieai ;nown hear tlic iirmuellieh Settee! building, wasnuld at a are. A man named Jo...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 8 December 1866

r i J 1 ""'ilS'jiM.flBB This eeod eM band M oJftspifig wines V, I!leU Wvo it. awi leajtUeic ds, , - TWj band bus eApd a thuand hands That ten; have known oanwerie thrill : fcomu Ware inejMered in fVrcigii taut Sotheltt leielrfryai on the" hfll. '4MMttfH- Mather, who Meeed It. d wt away. Te rest till the waking Ir Owl- gwwl IWM. vtMBul a lover hand. er- acme. WMMfleil away leftber in leorf : Offer MwtV torrid ran. .J4lWUwIniTtiiittwl yen 4 jw. Ctagl'ijd tbe kastd of a roa4 man true, WW ImM it mltly end Ml esaewp. Ami woke bo more, sad never ktiew Ifew kgw that infers vM,woqld kt. Chaspcd so man; , k many '. o fi-w Tint (tilt respond t o the liviwx will, r an antwer it? iireesure e OM msA tew ' ,8 "r'TJ tliat lie unmoved ami rtill ! Ctfl.pfJ, at laet, IhU hand my own : Ash! mina will moulder, t. in turH. "Will any ebip Tf when I atn gone? . la vw 1 y tfabhand lo learn ! JOHN JL SURRATT. IIIn Arrrnt in tlio KnukH of tlio I'lijinl " .Arinj- If Ih licnro. Flrewe H.) errefionicDee of I.om...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 9 December 1866

aTHISilft .- - . I P.O. Ofca, Ifanwijir .wlrmaau Bar . .-r f WWO" eemBMaUiaiu. ceataistac ! akMHi ' -ni ill -s8 . 1 - - - - - - . 1 SJg -w imi (jOMMT- MMHJMMkMriMII WMMk - "f UMfltfetecii lK. NASHVILLE, Tmm&'mSS- BECEMBElt :fl; rIS66.j . AM aaMfaanical be asMlriiiiil. f VOL. XXXIII 'rMMaMMtrratc? 0? W MMfSrsPATra." m m ' m.if if m-istm.-j . iJaHHlW 1 ft T," "753s" . i'-ss-r- : j .IT; 1 - i ' I', i'f & r . t, . t-xur. i.- -m, j. r'IIirllW'W.",l,,,.",r' 1 saarwT -It ft 1 it V .. . : . : Tvrr id I X III BliUIl IITT MW VH 1 AAIW3. I Ah Aft to Iii-i--h flip Rcrriiiir of Hip lull vnmj m taetaie 01 ieneM, That the lievetjtte Jti of, tint Btale aliaU 1m, and are Uereliy ainoiiileo', a provider! in the following fotityft. See. 2T MetcMHli of all kind-, whether wholesale or retail, or forwarillnc, storage, or ooininiwiww merchants, ,r omUiuiug in tbelr txMfneM any rmtnber Jf tliee IfraiKHeji of trada, in Hen of ihe tax hereleWe kviwl, in all jbbbm wkero the capital em ployed jhhci hua...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 9 December 1866

Stoli'ti pit JfajiRt, i - . TCBLIBH'KD ST c "OoifivTvrrvGxo w & co. Terms of DaBy, per year . TJy. per month Snbacrlptlon. SliDO 1,40 vauy. per week. Tri-Weekly, per year. '1, ueexiy, per year ........,-' Payment Invariably In advance, cad tho paper dtseenUnned when the time paid fer expires Voluntary eemmnnleatlo&s, containing Inter esting Importaatnewi, selieUed from any smarter Newt letters from the -varieti cou&lies of the State especially desired. KURD AT, DECEMBER 9, 18C8. a NEWS OJT THE DAY. TheFaeUie Railroad U sow completed 'three hundred mile beyond Omaha. Tbe tetal number of deaths In Chicago In 0 teber was In November. 3K. The colored pee pie ia Canada observed the 3d Inst, as a holiday, in commemoration ef the execution of John Brown. John B. Chain piec. a train dealer, dkap- peared from Chleago en Wednesday night, lib too confiding friends are Interested in htm to the extent of $99,000. The Jaeksen (Ohie) S'andard saps that, the; corn crop of Jaekson county...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 9 December 1866

mmmmmmmmmmmm mm jp 1 1 nww Oon Oitt Sobscrubehs, who fail to ns crf?e tlteir paper regularly rill confer faWfcy making the fact known at our CMBting room. The GoasoluIaUrm f the wn-eral routes of tke-oarricraof the Union and'AkhrioAS and of the DwrATCil, and the necessary reorganisation under the new; order, ha been attended with so unavoidable confusion, bat in a few day we nan promte the old regularity. KraaototK Xoticix Episcopal. Church of the Advent. Bontli Vine street Services at 11 A. M. and 3 r. M. Seat freo. Hector, llev. J&tnca Moore, residing at bhby female lrtttiite, I i road street, ft. Peter" Chapel, North Summer Mreet, Iwtween Alautvm ana Monroe rtreew. iiev. V. T. Helm. Pallor. Divine service at 11 o'clock A. X.; Sunday school at K pjm. Tun neve alerea beinc ereetl. comr?of Churoh and Market, will be enalosed ih' few da v. Tlie,wiWin(r will Je ready.? lor oomipanay in a few weelw. The Sam of Temiwranee are increasing rapidly in thrt city. Last vear the order nuwW...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 9 December 1866

D AAUKinl Frem the Changed Ore. Tho war ilAr'.Bs$-Father t d etoad Is gathering tWekly o'er r head, and lewd Tho thunder rwarafeeveae. See. I stead Like one bewildered 1 .Either, tlieifnrWfH AM ihrwejh (fcetom Lead safety heme Toy tma. The day cm fH. tar Fattier! Ami ay tl I drawing darkir d" feHMM Meat A4 Uma tk sjaht rkTtUH - Thedaaie Ivnc. mr Pal Imi 1r the re-vl awl qai er the await w tine yet i jennies- tn tuc-wearr mm. Keepmefrem waadt rW The path Han tiierei nwi mm mt wrmt mR. anf IMTI And ja.iMeiBd blaefa .ee up t rest TiiyekiW. Th hel(McltCMbMrBslbrt Mari da ml fear. N darurer. enajHin ate almt. I nlbMiinnrMiiMMLltnltM)J I A Ab4 Or a alefle. 0. Father ! take me UasuL Awl threat tre throve Lead sale aWwg Thy ri4M. The-ereM ibarT, Path rl .1 he"riflMJf It long. nndieeOUlo bear k, let hijwwhi- II Ajlftii)Hg Hf-rfr to mat mbk KHm Where tkb are gsren. Father. relreilrtiaV Aad, reaching dewn. -i t1-' - Irsad to Hie erewn ThyahiM. tjik KAur.Y no.nr. oijrasBKi Mffttr in 1 1 06 fOiH...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 11 December 1866

-sr. ,, ..,.-..... M..,...- .,,.,,, i.o... . I IIHIIpp ! Illl III! IIIMUMI Will m ii. iiiuii pjbbb feOlTOItS AKD PROPKnCTORg. "SMwrtary ettaaittoc tJMtetaiat i4cr mi imjrtnt wnt, MHetted fieca ar quarter. Xcytn taterefrota the various eovatta ot too bmeaspoeially iiArtd. ' , Aft BBmttntctiois jld be asldreeeed tH B4itMt ef She Vxiov avb Diwatch." TOBSJJAY, DKCBttltEK 11. 1800. TENNESSEE PACIFIC MILROAI) Ili'Voflllli It will Open rp Important ? and. Intorctlu;r I'ncln. lWitors ef the Union and DUftaUfe 1 have read villi much inlerart attd ifi MrMtion, th variorn articles receoJlr -,rah lWietf by 1'xofawor DRow, unfae tke coariruttiDg oT tli Teonec and Padfic IUilros.il. In those rwbJicatforw, there a Vaat amouHt f valuable information, certainly enough t leave awakened a lively concern and to Iwve seotiri-u liberal sub MrintHHis amorftlie nronertj-holdein am bwiws! mett. vd caA-mtn, in all the re gion OtrMftk wkioii the iteweattd road wbhUI pa. If Midi an array ef faet, swell clear M...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 11 December 1866

f u ami gjfcf nttfti, rtllLIflBEB BT Terms of Subscription. Daily, per year SM-OO Hatly, iec month Daily. per week.- . ....... 3 Tri-Weakly. per year . A eekly, per year M) I'aynaat iarartaMy in advance, and the paper iiyn tinned wfaea the time paid far expiree. Voluntary camanieaUe, containing- inter-c-t idc iapertaatnewa, eeHeited from any quarter News letters from the variom counties of the TL'ESDAV, DECEITS ER 11, 1866. 3VEWS OF THE XA.Y. Heavy imorrt hare fallen on the plain, Oat- jtuioe traitx fcavo suffered severely. . The Colored C announces tU own de fease at Ci&c5inati. It didn't pay. WaahisftoB dispatches state that Senator nvaner k passed to the cenfinnatiea of Qen. Diz m Minister to F ranee. A Uoetoaiatt writes to the Pott that from 8,000 0,H)0 neirroei in Geercia will die of expemie and Urvstion thb winter. John S. Reck, the first colored lawyer ever admitted to.praetiee in the United States fiu lfine Court, died in Botton a few days twee. STnited States were quote...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 11 December 1866

fIMHE CITY 1 I'uesoxau Geo. A Voa Shrador, of Ma;. Gen. Thomas' staff, wa in Ihc city yerxerdav. He is on a tour of inspection tbraugh tie Department. Police Co'bkt. There was ' a -email &xskt at tktn institution yesterday. Ayv drunks and disorderlies comprised the liA. .Ntrrjssos of interest or Importitiei. ' Fibs iNjAfnCbrrA. A Sins which oc rwrre ar Al ma, Ua., MHMlay morning. destroyer! Mreral business howe on Peach Tree-re,. amongt them the -grocery s4ro. di Jrhaai &. Wanda a hrancho the firm H that name in litis citv. IARcasv of a Whip. A negro named Jerry Jerriatt was brought boforc 'Sguire ilkinwn yesterday, on the obarge of nav ing stolen a wiitp lrom a liaak on Uedar street. In de&ult of bail; the delinquent was sent to jail to appear at the Onnimnl ueurt. A WATon Tiiibp. A negro named An drew Wallace wis arretted yeMcrday and brought before 'Squire Wilkinson, charged with having stolen .a watch valued at $tG. He was Rent to jail in default of $1,000 bail, for ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 11 December 1866

L KOVTHEKX AGUICUtiTUUE mVEU SITT Ol CHOI'S. Eofwe tkc war it wag tbo interest of the Seulhorn pUslor to fcusf coisrtUiB&i olusively and bur his broaifetuSs and pro vieions. Slave labor juid beet when thus employed. But now that tho soil has to be cultivated with free labor, it Leagues a HMtlter of interest that the crops &Wd be more diversified. The Southern peoplj must raise their own breadatui&.aad ire ti&one, otherwise they cannot afiSiUc coltoq-J We know thk is all known; 'but we ahull rrowinc profitable. The experience ejfcnBe to remind our readers eT it, so even-man in the South w411 taH-.hia.4hat this is true, and yet thousand, will rush headlcmginlolke cultivation of cotton tothe oxchaion of other important crops, hoping that the price of the -staple will begfjteh as to remunerate thsm for this departure from tme economy. The eocporienec ,of the pre sent year has shown that ttfb "rinipji atten tion was shewn to cotton and too little to every other staple. Th...

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