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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 14 August 1866

DAILY UNION AND AMERICAN, tfilTOHfi. t PROPRIETORS. AdVMKffjAA. OAee. lima asd Amsica.i Iflucs, cn Chorea awl Ckorry sttw. iipMKu tho tat Uo- g-fcr- - - H 0 "nmun5M'oi, son loaning lot erwt ortant news. U jited from any quarter. A" latteri from I to rarfoa xm&ttef the - ie Ml Li II. .4 -.J 1 rp-WMUy. 7 . umtni mMMiiMeationi saeald bo addreo! to 111 ME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1866. NO. 213. "HIWqr m Jfc USKHt ASD AMgBICAS." flutou and awmnm TUESDAY, AUOIIST 1 1, ISGG. Il . nniixiAXT xsn scathing review OFTIIE KOMI CONGRESS. SPEECH OF o n. s. s. c o x, Before the Johnson.Club, of -Hew York City, August 9th. Bolew we give the opening of apeeah ef great , power aad eJoqpencc denrerM by lion. S. S. Cox, formerly member of Congress from Ohio, but now a resides! of Xew York city. "Want of space ferbuu the insertion of the entire speech, but frem tliee extracts thereader may judge of the oastigalion administered to Gengresg for it rakdeedg. srsHcu op iiox. s. s...

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. — 14 August 1866

a ' W?MS"W" vtK' -at.. - ' " j .... - ir-.-.-W- ' U'M--'HtM IMUhWi: " " "r ; - - - V ?S???PEasaWBBHaaBMB ma" & BY P. C. DTJKOTQTON & CO. tftIlj',SI I; TrI--WcoUlr,87; Wceltly,83. TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 180G. OTJK OUTSIDE PAGES. Filar Pao. Speech of Hon. S. & Oor . before Wb Jojutaos Club of Xew Xork City. August 9th Bxnuu. etc "ocaxK Puvc Tfct White Kovh aad its Asso eiation Gas for Lea tfcu Xotalna:. etc. MA dotal is Be York yesterday at Uj Assistant Ssrceon Webster Likdsi.t, 0. A., died im Washington on Wednesday, Abmdc tbe prominent delegates to thePhila lphiu Convention thus far reported, there are V. alienators, IB; V- S. Repreeeotatives.3.; ttencrah. lie Ex-Ooveraerr , 71. A Ward of oficen, to consist of Brevet Col. J. B. Bsoxx, surgeon U. S. army ; Brevet Lies tenant Colonel H. R Wirt., surgeon TJ. S. anny ; Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Axthokt HcoEk, ur- V. 8. army, Mti Hrevet .Major Warbkx Wkbbtcr, assistant sargeon U.S. army, hat been 1 ordered by the Secretary of Wa...

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. — 14 August 1866

T ft W. FREEMAN & CO., BKALEBS I.t iriZ PAPER I-ookln- Classes, Picture rramca, WINDOW SHADES Inside VenitianBlinds, &c as pontic square. CORXKROF DEADERICK STRKBT im-iffi arashvIIIe. Tcnti. TUESDAY, AUGUST II. 186B. Kauge of the Thermonjpter VcntrTdnj-, t A. V. I 12 tt. I 98 6 r. v 94 Abowt K 1886. San Rets I Moon Riser. Son 5: eSl felt i. if. CHBOWirtAftiCiL Pint printed book. 147. Amenta far tlio Union and American JJSU. W. FAXON .Clarksville. i. I . BASKBTT -Skotbyville. i HUM A3 W. JOXBS ,.... Pulaski JAMB6 CAMPBELL.., 1'reakBn l ai-v. W. X. ARMSTRONG Osjlstin U. U. WHITB, Christian. THE CITY. Natuwukbd Fked. Koto, wan grant ed BateraHsation papers Teaterday, on, "sol dier's dwclmr-," LeAare the Criminal Ceart. Crimikat. Coot. Earnhw Bookkr and Wai. HuwkIjL, charged with murder eases contiimou HBttl December term. Lyman, Orkbk and Iiion- charged with the mHNkrof Byhom c&m postponed till Mine term. W. William. eharged with larceny nolle pro. ) 1 ' 1 ' Pehsokah Afr. Q...

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. — 14 August 1866

I THE M il IT-- HOUSE AXD ITS A.VSO. CIATIOXS. . roiropoadrnoe ef the Kick-Mad Tina. UKXEKAL WILL-AX HBKRT 1'. LKE. Yesdeniay vrc rod tliroh Uie estate of Geo- W. II. F. L jml son of General Robert E. Ln. This i the Urge tract of land known to bi-tory tiie "While House." It lies South of th Parounkey river, and con tain about five thousand acres of first clam land. In June, 1862, when the grand cav alry reconnoiatanoe was made in rear of McCleluix's army, a battle wag fought on this farm between General Stuart's com mand and some Federal infantry, stationed here to guard commissary and quartermaster supplies. The Federals, in this engagement, were forced to beat a hasty retreat to their gunboats, leaving many of their dead !m hind. Only a small portion of this farm aras under cultivation hut year. General Y. If. F. Lke, immediately after the unfor tunate termination of event, Milled oil' his cuat (if he had one), rolled up his sleeves, and "pitched in" like a good fellow. Noble exam...

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. — 16 August 1866

ssLfsasssssssa i c. ditnnengton a co., EDITORr- i PROPRIETORS AMERICAN, 1HIXNA5fVIX,I.K IWUI.Y AiNB .VMKMICAA. OnVe. I'saaa asa Aaaitrs Siuca, ou. Chares .-mm! Cherry ttt aaaBi dta Past ' .kw Tisusa: ?riaakiy 'Z""'Z-iZllZ!iT Weaidsr , f. Vetentafy anient ' o M, containinc ieterest k or twtwUat afwf, sited from anr quarter. Xewa letters frem Uta varioas ooanties of the 'atoeaetetty desired. AH oatejasujieatiea saeald be addressed to the KsWtuis of 8k Uxhk asb Ahsbica.v." VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, . AUGUST 16, 1S66. NO. '215. DAILY UNION AND FrasiettiaBata tataa sar shotasr assrsaslv 3l4jB'BWJ'atotaWBBtW(l1X?ly SiWnMMt THURSDAY. AUGUST 10, 1S0. , HANTA ANNA'S OFFER TO 3IEXICO ITS RBJIICTtO.W BxtrnctB from the Correspondence. Ve prount below extracts from the oor respeadesee between Santa Axna and" the Mexicaa authorities (Liberal) in relation to the tender ad rejection of the farmer's cer vices: SAXTA AXKA'S LETTER. ELiKAHWHroKT, K J., May 21, 1S0C. My ontjtmag ba...

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. — 16 August 1866

by p. c. DumnuGToy & co. --, tU; Trl-Wooltly, 87 ; Weekly, 3. TUCIWDAY, AUGUST 10, 1886. OUR OUTSIDE PAE8. Fibt Paoe.-Sakta Anxa's Offer te Mexico. IU Kcti-Tb Camphor Remedy for Cbolera Kow Our Government Obtained lUbel Informa Heo murine he War CaoM-r-XL's Sword -CoUoe a Curse, ate. Fo-r-rttt Paok. Maximilian's DrSealties Lew Xocked Draw aod Tilting Hoofi A Rotm owl Home Dm f Davie Caooc-iTT'a Beet. rniMjToF" gUmjiml xews. eWeUl in New York yesterday at Oat of thirty-fire safes opened by a tnn eahaWt, in Portland, mbm the Are, only fire ware fcn4 ta bare been really safe. The Second Comptroller has decided that ar rears of iiay and bounty cannot be paid to die loyal beirc, bot eaa sacb heirs be pasted over and paya-eat nade to the aezt person in the order of inheritance prescribed by the aet of Jmy 11, 1862. The raeeat general order issued by General Gbaxt reqarrinc department cowman en to for ward copies of fact new papers within their re spective commends as contained senti-a...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 16 August 1866

W. FREEMAN & CO., DEAMM IS WA.LL PAPER, Iooklngr Glrwsca, Fletnrc Frame. WINDOW SHADES, Inside VonitianBlinds, &c., SS PUIIMC KO.TJAUE, OOKXKROF DKADKKICK STRKKT Xn-sliTlIIc. Tenn. TnOnSDAY, AUGBST 10, 1806. Agent for the Union ami American. Jm. W. BAXON Ctarktrllle. . "P. BA8KBTT 8twlbrTiHe. THOMAS W. JONBS..- ..I'alwki. JAM Kg CAMPBELL. Franklin. Cait. W. B. ARMSTROXtt - Gallatin. . 0. WHITE Christiana. Itnngc or tlw Thermometer Ycafcrdny. 6 A. M. I It m. I 6 r. it. TO I 82J 84 CaLKXDA R A COCST K. 18SS. w Rises. I Sun Sets I Moon Rises. &Kt I fetf 1 A. M. Owbokolooicau BatUe of Deep Rub. 181. NiihlivIIIo mid Cliattntioon llallrond. I.fM Chattanooga 4:1.1 A. u. aud 9:30 r. M. -Arnres at am vine 1:46 r. v. akb Mb a. m. XaOivlIIo mid Leaves Xaehville- Xortlivreatcrii Knilroad. (riPBisfl.) ..... .. sia p. if. Klaeiinn- aam fiM Arrtwx at Jobsesville-.-. leave JekiMonvilte '6 KiiwtOfi - lftKl ' Aniie at Nashville ' AOOOMVWATtSS Ltufw jftnvil& .. ... 4:15 r. M. , , hWMM ...

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. — 16 August 1866

Pinion anil &mnratt. maxiximavs mmcvi.rivs. Official Kxplanation or llic Empress' Vlttt to Btirepo Important tlnaitlpn With franco lieinniidiu;r tlic Pres ence oTa N&Tcrol;rn Power Frew tli New York Men id. Crnr or Mkkioo, July 20, 1866. El Di- rio tkl Imnerio. the official raner. makes the following remarks ujkmi the mission of the EmpretK to Europe. The article bring Herat-official, explains the official object of iter niajontr, but carefully avoids aUuMong to tlie pereoeal interest which had no little influence in determining the extraordinary step taken by tbe Empress "Tlie Em prate has left the soil of Mexico. The most grave interests of Mexico wm the motive which actuated her Majesty, and it calk for national gratitude. Her Majesty goes to treat personally with France upon various important points which hare al ready arieen, aa well sw those which may prueent themselves in future. This direct intervention of tlie Empress is an act of the noblest magnanimity, and manife...

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. — 17 August 1866

TKM X iV.S-MVIJ.uk tsO.1 1.T t A.VH AJtKRlCAft. Oslee. inaw ass Itaani ia BW-. c -. m lateh aad Caorry tia, oaposiU the .'- - law- C. BITNNTNGTON V EDITORS .v ITtOPRIKTOHiS. CO.. Volanttry eomieunioat'oas, ooatuininc inlertwt- k er important nrwt, sK;ited from any quarter. latttStfrtVLi't J 0 T&rea eoant'M rnoMIMBIaSeMeaoul be tuldrenMul to the Tti-Woekty. T W rreesuy V OLTJME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1866. NO. 216. Piaaatttoaate rates tor taorter per Sabot rii tint iavaaSahty he advaae swieer axd Ammicak." t UNION AND AMERICAN, 1RI,VY, AUGUST IT, 18B6. ThciPhiladclpliia Conven- tion. PREUMiNARY MEETINGS MONDAY NIGHT. 4 Speeches of Gov. $rr and Montgomery Itlair. The Wigwam Its Appear ance and Decorations. TRAIN, JEWETT, AND VALLANDIGrHAM!. Interesting Details. Totoa-ratdiio OerrosfmnJeneo Of Betnaati Com. NltlHT MHtRDM IN IN DEl'KKDKMCE SQUA RK H'AHqit'Ot ftOVHRXOK OKK, OF SOUTH CAR OLINA. Pkiladbli-hu, Attguet 14. At a Johk 86k meeting, belli in the cit...

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. — 17 August 1866

BY J. C. DtJIWDtGTOK' & 00. OaHt. Sit; Tri-Weekly,37; Weekly, K. Mil DAY, AUGUST 17, 1SW. or outside x'aoiw. . Fir t u.i The Philadelphia Convention, rrelionnnrv Meeting on Monday Night, Speeches of OoTemr r Obr and aioKTooar.Br Mms, etc Fooktii I'a'.l. What Sen, W.iid Srr. v KaaCaid of the LawMena Xelieal Coa-reotiea Italian. '. inns the Herald Editor to Account Bad Moral of Saratoga, Etc. inms or citNKK.vi. news. Gold dosed in New York yeetercUj- at 152. Hon. 0. A. linear was in Louisville on WednewUy. An CauWtdcjieuM ot Mtmmtm say there has not m yet bees a single ease of A natie cholera iu tho:ty. The ease of the whole family which uiud so i .: Idenly in Sonta street last week turns out thiit i her were poisoned liy arsenic being placed in their Wend hy a colored woman, who alleges That she mistook it for baking powder. It B--cms tlrai (re. howercr. that the ate none of the bread hc-m-lf. The New York W special says that Secre tary SawARB bed an interview .tk the IV mt I eat...

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. — 17 August 1866

I MtLKU IK IV ALL PA JPJS R, spooking Glrwsos,lictnro Frames WINDOW SHADES Inside VenitianBlinds, &c, KKKOP DKADKRICK STRUCT Nashville. Tmn. anil &wmran Kin.vv, Aoacvr 17, iwc. L 1 fn ' Agent for tlie Union hikI American. JWO. W. FAXON -Ctarksvilic . 1 VHAMUrrr - aiu. TnMaAS W. JONKS 1'alaeki JAMCB CAMrBELI Franklin. Cart. K. ARMSTRONG . tjnllatia. .(!. WHITE CMinn. . Jtnngti of Hiq Thermometer Y.'Mterrt'nj-, 6 r. x. 77 si MB Rices. I Shr Sets I Moon Rier. cat :I7 HMO a. x. t ,Cy fttnwMCA.r-garoptor bemkarded, MB. Ankli villi- and fiiKtlnnooa Ilnllronil. LoM OleattoaMCA. :1 A. Arrives t NiMfilk 1:45 r. v. iK Sr r. x. akb 5:45 a. 'ki1ivII1p hhiI NorthtreNtern Itnllroiul. t v 1 ... '""""I Leave mville tlfl p. . - Kmjtetofl jew " iirimnt jBheeaville. fe-W " I W J ebfl VH . 7! " Kio,..-. MkW " Arrive at Nathville 11:40 ACOoKUOftATfOK Lcnvw Nntkrjlle. RhMHtes ArrtroMat .lonwMHSviilc i.wwJi;titaiiillt, Kin too ArrtVeant XacnvrHe.......... 4:15 r. v. fcrl) " lfcSO " 1M " MS : 86$ "...

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. — 17 August 1866

inirjr or n 111 n - im n, m mini i iiorear- ,- mumn ; - - .. , .ac r t u 'I xm urn! grWnian. WIIATSUXNBK. WADK AND NTIJVENS When the Louiiim mmbet of Ocm jtcr elected under the Constitution framed I'v the Convention -which m diweraed the her day, applied for admiasioa to their Katn, Mr. Scmxkr amid: "Mr. President, I remember last rammer that giod fortune threw me in the ith of n ainiapiMHca gentleman just returned from Louisiana. I think lie had been preii ont at U,e vuingn of the Convention; at any .n , no jibu ucen mi nsw unnm at me time, in th4woharge of iuftortant public duties. In renlv to an inunirv in remrd to that Conventionale said eontenptuoiMly that ti wa namtmg&a a ttmpm&ms hoax yea, r, nothing btU a tfupatdou Itoax. "The pretended State Government of Louisiana is utterly indefensibie, whether you look at its origin or its character. To describe it I must use plain language. It it a mere teten. month mkortim, lego by the o iyontt t crmtHMic eottpmdum tot the tjt...

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. — 18 August 1866

oDTOnwj,-QTos co.,1 - -x TTTT TT1TTA1T A K T i IfTlrSTn A 1 T " Voluntary eaniiiniH, oo-tinii laterest r or important news, er ashed from any quarter. Neee, letter frra the Tarieus eounae ef the nSeieitr desired. !1 eommuaieatiet MOfild be addressed to tbe Editors Of the jbHQK AXD ANSBICAX." VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, AUGUST IS, 1S66. m tm ! j ail r i i i m w m iJEStnKwi a tb: JjriXA J-J JL X 1 S X 1 JL JBJL 1 J JL JLXf JL JUfl JLl J. t- JLX e W I DeBy . . . I Tri-Weekly - ... 1 i - 1 1,1 I Weekly.-- NO 217 Pro srtiaents rate, jar shorter j mlt. II V. Sehugil-U.ni mrnrinhlr fa .,.. tStvrK1VY.Arcii;.sT is, ijg. TOOK COFTEE COUNTY. The Fin It RosiOHt or America Rc - tnarknble Facts of the Age, and :FraItfiilnea or the Apple anil VI um Trees Interesting Hints to Frail. Growers oil KosourecH The " Model Well " and "Stone 1'ort Geological Formation, Etc., Etc Cerrm imliniief the Union and Aiuericao.) "Waywdb, Coffee Couimr, Aogtnt 14, IMC. If there i a lectioe where "...

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. — 18 August 1866

BY F. C. LUSHTNGTON & CO. DaIITi 911 TrJ-WcoUly, $7; Weekly, 83. SATUXDAV, AUGUST 18, 15C6. OUR OUTSIDE PAfJUS. FiKt P.ior.. From Coffee County, Anecdote of Judge PATTCBaox. Ta Xebuildinc of Charleston. The I'iwMw liel Trip to Ch-oaro, ate. Fourth Pact. St. Louis and XaehritM RjuI road.TsKVoposod Railroad Mectto at Prince ton, Xy., Hie Rentnratian of Civil Covtiamimt In Texas, An Incident, etc iTiuui or ckxhk.vi. nkws. Geld dosed i XwYwk yestcrdar at 13r. R. K. Cabmcktbr i announce d m a candid ate for Cos? i Mm 6th District of Kentucky, viee Orkrx Clat Skit resfajnod. The time of the meeting of tbe Keatnca:y Conference of tbe X. E. Chare Smth. at Wi rhester, an Wee chanced to'October 2, by Bishop Domett. If there remained any uncertainty in tbe public mind at to the reliability of tbe Atlantic cable, it must be dispelled by the fact that every moraine now the journals contain newt from Ku rop up to the ermine inrnvioo. Th diapetonc arc looked for a racnlarly a thote from New Yo...

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. — 18 August 1866

Li5-.i .IS T - - i W. FREEMAN & CO., MULMtS IK WALL PAPER, LonUIii- Glares, Picture rramcs, WINDOW SHADES, Insido VonitianBUnds. &c, H PUBLIC SClUAKn, CORWKHtOF J1EAKKICX ST RUST XfMthrille. Tmi. Um niut Anuria n SATURDAY, ATJRUXT 18. ISOC. Agents for the UiiIhii and Amerlcnii. J NO. W. FAXON Clarktvill. tt. r. KA8KJCTT Shelbyville THOMAS W. JOKKS Plaki J AMKE CAKMISLL. Fraaklia. Cait. W. K. ARMSTRONG Gallatin. 0. WHITS -..Qritisn.. Itangc of the Thermometer Voslenlay 6 A. M. 13 x. 6 r. v, 78 81 SoaRhm. Sea Settl MooaRisc. "- I Wni.)i. N'RSlivIlIe and Cimtliwioo-H Kallronil Leaves OlMttMon 4:1 a. x. Af fca p. x Arrives rt MaavtUe 1:46 r. . a.vb fc a. Xusbville and Northwestern Knllronil (KXPttaM.) Leave Nashville- iW r. x in . Arrive at Tseevfiw" . Lt JaantsnvvHe ... - 7U ' -UkM " Arrive at XeehviiU-... JL0QQWM4MMTIOK Arrive at J obsess vtito - ... Leaves JsantenvitU. . - 4:1 p. x. ... l " id " eU5 Kmc loo. Arriv at KatarMe... THE CITY. Oommct List or the Offickjw op thk Nxa...

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. — 18 August 1866

HT. I.OCIS AXI XASKVIM.E RAII KOAI TIII PROPOSED KAILKOAJD SMWT.AT PKINCETON' From the St. Lonis Republican. Scarcely can two more important point be found in the Wert or South than St.Louig and Nadiville. The former is the key to the i Wert, despite the rivalry of Chicago; and the latter is rapidly becoming the lead ing city of the South. It is astonishing that these cities have nerer formed a connection by rail. The time has now come when thin connection may easily be made. Indeed, without any apparent design, it is already half completed. The railroad from St Louis, or, what in the same thing, from Belleville to Dtxjuoin, oti Uic Illinois Central Railroad, points almost exactly in the direction of Nashville ; and tlte railroad from Kasliville to Tate' station, on the Clarksville branch of the L. & A. It. It, points almost exactly in the direction of St. Louis. Well, Du quoin and Tate's station are altoot one hiin- rtred and fifty utiles apart, and this is the distance that re...

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. — 19 August 1866

iiriiTs F. 0. IHWNTNGTON & CO., EDITORS 4 PKOPP.IXTORS. Veraatary eomawnieat'eM. eoomainiateTMt K or important nt w. m Hiiled frma wj quarter. Jf ew letters frem tbi varioas counties of Uic -tat eeveeially tetrad. d ' lMBllBpi li ' ' " addressed to the AND AMERICAS.' iSniiu unit 2lwcnfan. KUKT,VY, AlIO VST 18, 1SS.. QUE CORRESPONDENCE. PKoar niMDLirv coram. A Bloody A(Tra)Two men killed mid others tvoniilol. Radicalism on Hie muic- itnlon Losvjue-Populnrostl-mntc of ItrownloW -Tho Tt-ciwHry count Tlio rrcedmon. X Mtarii,"nfln. KloiiRr-y- Failure of crop IHfclrcHM, etc etc Coirsapernlsnoij Ualoo and Americas. j Cuctklaxd, Tkkk., August 17tli, 1866. There hu been considerable excitement in this eomwwiitr for the jtast few davn, oc casioned by a. Wxiy ami fatal aborting af fray that oeetirred cm Saturday last, in Polk county, some twelve miles distant, The facta are these: Captain Kaijm, formerly c-f the Gtk Tennessee Mounted Infantry, (Federal) aeeonpMied by his brother and 3 man ...

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. — 19 August 1866

?tttffltt anil gtmmatt, BY F. CDUimiNGTOir & CO. IMly,8li; Trl-Wcckly, 87; Weekly, 83. SUXDAY, AUGUST 10, 1SBB. OUR OUTSIDE IWUES. Flaw Pace. OtrrtnpandtHix. Frew Bradley intr-Frow Upper But Twin From fitnlth Comsr LetUr from General Vabwiaji Letter (rem Jf enapass. Forant Faoe. "Thine Own "-Lady's Sketch of the Prison Life of Mr. Davis-A Gay and Feexire Partr at Newjrt Rettered ef MM- rrtsns or jk.vhk.vi, xisw.h. Ool l dosed in New York yesterday at 150J. Xu. JcrntMos Dsvr in in Hew Yorlc City. Tke Drat; Stare of HeoaWAV, of New York, of Cod-Heer oU notoriety, wu buritcd n Thunder. Tbe Com ml winner of Internal Reveaae has orderei the New York Stroet Railroad Company to pot atasaa on tke coupon tickets. The Britten ganboot Hrz is continually patrol lier tke river between Buffalo and tke Canadian frontier, to prevent anotker Fenian in vasion. The Revenue DepertmeBthas recently dis covered that immense frauds hare keen eemmit ted upon the Government fey tobacco dealer, by which 1...

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. — 19 August 1866

W. FREEMAN & CO., DEALERS IS WALL PAPER, IobUIuj lase. Picture Frame. WINDOW SHADES Inside VenitianBlinds. &c, 2S PDDUC SQUARE, UUXAKROF DBADERICK STRKKT NnahTlIIc. Tonn. Ittian and ,wmra:i RO.VDAT, AUGUKT 10. ISGO. Amenta Tor the Union nml American. JJW. W. TAXON Clariwrlllc 0. P. BA8KRTT Sbibrvitt. XUUXAS W. JONES ....1,. - Pulaski. JAMHS CAMPBELL -. Franklin. Caw. W. K. ARMSTRONO Gallatin n. . white- chrwdMMu Range of the Thermometer Teterc!ny. 6 A. M. I 12 M. 87 c r. v. 87 CiLKtilliR Al'Ol'KT 19. 185. San JUse. I Sua Set Mora Rim. tm LJ CHBOsa&eatCAL. ltattle of Clerks rille. 1862. " Xahlivlllc nn U C'hnttnnoo;rn Rallrond, Lmves Ottstttnaoog 4:1.1 a. a. a.vb M r. u. Arrive at AMrill...l:-l$ r. u: asb 9:44 a. u, NiiHhvlII.' mid Northwestern Rnilrond, (Exraaaa.) Leave Nasbvttfe . ... M p. v. Arrive at Jetevil(e fioe Leave JehaMnrflle T-W RiMUm .IftW Arrive at Nashville IUK AOOOXHOtlATiOK Laav NaehvRle .... ... Kfa4nn - 4:1S p. ftie ; im ' &16 ! im Ariviw at JatMMxM...

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. — 19 August 1866

TIIIXK OWX II" loi. owing tteiMttlfcri Mid toaehia; verees Wy a Hew Orleans lady, were written M a farewell to her huhbaud. during her tttaem and in prof port of an early departure to the hotter land. Call bsc no more taiae. own the rammer hoars, ho loved by mo. shall never com nnin ! a?'1" ha11 ? OWO the sprint's pale dowers. iu .ii ii mo ri wearae ana pain, .Shall be no more thine own. Tlie spring ha!l wake fresh verdure in the vale; Freed from gray winter blue shall alow the shy ; "w me iwoet-Dreainea vioteu trow iie. This fndinjr form low in the duet shall lie, And be no more thine owa. The Aad..w of the parting hoyr is nurh It fallr dear mr. upon lay heart and thine : Alas ! to love thee wbea life' moraine hour It coldonrd o'er by lore almost divine To be no more thine own. I soon shall leave thee 1 thou, beloved, wilt feci A gloomy shadow o'er thy pathway thrown ; And all too seen the truth wilt o'er the steal That iu (bit dreary world thou art alone, And I no more thine own. ...

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