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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 28 August 1866

l TO" VoleHtnry omtsunum! ou. cHitanitotr.i e or teipertaat stews, ''i rited fmio any leaner News letter frem tin rartoa oeantiM f the -t-eseeWtIa(4reJ. Ail wwgh9niiMwld bo addressed to the Kattoncf tfaeUMOK xsd Avmicik." jUnUu' and mci'kun. TUESDAY, ALOWST 28, 1SCG. A SOUTHM RADICAL CHIEF. ABIOGRAPHCAL SKETCH JACK JI-A-JVIMI, X o rsr MOVER OF THE IILACK-AND-TAN rniLADKi.pnu convention. Pre tee Heetteu Texas Journal, Uth intt Al J. IlAMfi.TOK grown insolent by tern Iorary prosperitj, ja now true to the in rtineU of a depraved nature, emraecd in tra duoing the PragldontwLo has ke)t him in power, slandering the people who once fur nished him a refuge, and who, trusting to Jim prstaweri of reformation, attempted to itromete him to respectability. It U to ho deplored, that President Lin coln ehoultl have selected such men as JJroyvxlow and Hamilton, to organize provisional governments in the Soutli. The one, a hypocrite in roligion, and blackguard in politic, liad obtained a vagrant not...

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. — 28 August 1866

luicru and gUnman. BY F. c. DinnnNGTOir & CO. Dally, 814 ; Tri-Wcckly, 87 ; Weekly, 83. TTESDAT, AUGUST 28, 1S60. OCR OUTSIDE PAGES. Fust P .s The Aateeedent of a Loadio Southern Eadical The Negro is Lfbjrta Terri ble Sufferings at Sea. Foerth Pot How Petroleum wu Dieeevored, etc . cte. ITEMS OF JEXnitAI. M.W. - Gotdcloied inKcwYtwkycttonfay.rtl.fMK. The Cotton Planter' convention hat been postponed to the 6th day of September next. John 2Iobriskt, the famous pugilitt, la laid to be pretty certain ef Ms eJeeUen te Con gress from New York. The largest brickyard in the world Is about to bo established at Chicago. It will be eight hondred feet ions by fear hamlred wWe, and will contain machinery adequate to the manufacture of two iundrtd thousand brick per day. In Iwa the Radicals bare fastened upon the !Uto an odious excise law similar to that enacted ..!... Vow . . 1 r l...id.lM A a . mo uermans nave ooiieu, asa great ts tee inha lation of the Radical brethren thereat. The Americ...

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. — 28 August 1866

I OiaH MMMit!tiiiHLJ'i iii'i'lii in i Hi' i iimimommmm i'm' in iiii in i im iimi ...n.,. ' ,,, 1 1 jiiiiiiir m'mmaamamaaBaaaMKnmmmmen&&mamammtmn 1 mi m 'minium ' ' i iwiii m iimi. i i f fjfl W. FREEMAN & CO., SEALERS IX TFLXX JPAjPJEJK, IxoUInGtnsse, Picture Frames, WINBOW SHADES, Inside VenitianBlinds. &c, 28 PUnUC SO.TJARE. CORKKKftF DKADERICK STREET Xruthvlllc. Tcnn. June 3k Accnte for the .Union and jno. w.bAxonL'; 1 g.p.baskett thomas w. jones jambs campbbcl, Cam. W. B. ARMSTRONG B. G. WniTE Cxn. W. T. OIIRISTIAX MOSES C. WBBT. W. D. HAYES- American. OiarkivHIc ...-ShelbyTillf. Pulaski. -.i...Frankl(n. -0l!fltl. Cfcristia&a. -MtMiaBVtUV Lewisfearg. Atbaos, Ala. ARRIVAL AXD nCIMKTOItr. OF THE TRAINS. siOf and Saihtitle ItSr"d. Leave Nashville at -. A M iSO I M 50 A M .... S8 P M Leaves LmiviH at- Arrive at NahvtHe.- 29 A ' Idtl P M Arrive at LatjifviH -SfflVM lit P M wtiit'u. Leaves Gallatin- . . A 1 Arrives at Naskvitte. 8:4 A M , Leave. KwhvWe- -H Arrives a...

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. — 28 August 1866

? COTTON FACTORS. HARDWARE. CINCINNATI CARDS. V x I uowpcruoiiCm tvas mkcoveukh. ThcPcnnsj-lvnntn Oil Region in 1857. The TitusvMe, Pcnn8jlvania,2Troriv(M me lonuwing account oi tho discovery of pe- troleum qu : Colonel E. L. Drakk hag for tlie pant few days been raiting our city, the acetic ofhis .uwio am vltc uiigiusi pioneer oi me petroleum business. We have collected from liim Borne reminiscences of that great dis covery, which, may be of some interest to our readers. Hm first viail to THusville wa in the year 1857. Thi wan before the build ing of the Atlantic and Great Western and Philadelphia and Erie railroads. At that time there was a population of about one hundred and twenty-five in Titusville, no churches and two hotel. Among the fami lies here at that time were those of J. L. and E. II. Chase, the TiTusBg, and Brewer & Watson the latter were engaged in the lumbering buwnea. The stages ran twice a week from this point to Erie. At that time the oil wa collected from th...

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. — 29 August 1866

RIETO I ' 1 I J t ( ( IRS. Voluntary e3fcaBnl98.tfoa, containing intereet k or important nm, sriUltod from any quarter. VniJlnl! jarjoos counties -if.tbe 'ataHraictioitt-&oud fro-addressed to the 'tmmnftfcetlXHffl AD AmOA." WEDNESDAY, AUGUST ! a' :o, i son. THE HPAJVISH-CIIILIAA WAIt EX- POSITION OF THE POUOr OF THE UNITED STATES. The following Important dispatch lias been addressed to General KIlpatricK by Mr. Secretary Srward : DEPARTMENT OF fiTATF, WAhIUNOTOK, June 2, 1S00. 2b Judwn KiluatrieL. Envoy "proccetllhi; which this Government has pursued in re gard to the war between Chili and Spain Hhould bt understood and appreciated. JPer hap8, however, the difficulty in the way of such appreciation results from the peculiar circumstances of Chili. Her statesmen and people, like the statesmen and people of all countries, rnayfbe'xpcctcd to interpret noM only'tho riffhtif of thamriuBlmt.tlie ee,J pacutes'and duties! oTother States, in the light of their own interests and wishes. T...

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. — 29 August 1866

-L 1 1 . ' " '' .J -mtr-.t. &nwv-, ... wiiiiwiasatWsssSSMSWiifwsMWssji' ifr -. . MgjaMsHMML. Z1 MasasTOWwisfftttaBSiitriiia'iriini'ia MwTttaaBsaaBsatisMtsMMtaittBaa I Wtiim and &nuitm BY F. C. DUITHINGTOK & CO. Dally, 14; Tri.Wecklrt$7; VcelUy,83. WKDXr.SDAT, AUGUST 20, 1S00. OVn OUTSIDE PAGES. Kibst Paos. Tho Sp&Btsti Chilian War Im portant to Farmer Lo! the Poor Negro-The Pennsylvania Bteotloo. etc.. etc. Focbth Viar..-A Boy's Fight with the Indians -Eugenie in the Cholera Hospital. ITEMS or GENERAL NEWS. Gold closed in New York yesterday at MM II out Waed Beeches is appointed Chai lain of the Conservative Soldier' Convention, ana urasvillk Mikidt of the Radical Cob ventioD. - A false eliargo was made against the firms of Talbot & Co.. and Waltkb, of Danville. Va., by tne revenue omcers, who were ordered to seixe them. A Radical canard got curreney in the .Monnern press mat the officers were driven away by a "rebel" mob. It turn out that the tebaeeo tactori had...

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. — 29 August 1866

W. FREEMAN & CO., niULSas nt W J&JjJL JP A JP 22 Rj ' ' jpgrtflasMes, IMctnre frames, WJDOW SHADES, Inside VonitianBlinds, &c, 2S PUBLIC SQUARE, WOJIKHROF DBADERICK STREET ' i ' 5 Nashville. Tenn. 'IWUWn Itttxl v niUriUltlt. WEDNXSDAT. AUGUST 29, 1S0C. A(r;cnU,ror the Union nml Amcrlenii, JNO. W. FAXON Clarksville. 0. P. B AflKBTT. , Stieibrvillc. THOMAS W. JONES Pulaski. JAMB CAMPBELL. -Franklin. Olrr. W. E. ARMSTRONG Gallatin. B. 0. WHITE Christiana uit. w, .-christian- MOSBS a WEST W. D. HAYES -.MeMlnnvllle. .-..-.Lewltburg. .Athens, Ala. ARRIVAL AND llEPAnTCltE OP TIl'lJ' TRAINS. ' ItruuvWe and ftnmXvitle llnllronJ. hmym- Xwhvllle at V A M v i LIHN Jnkville at--. . &au A At . frWI V M Arrives at Nnsfe tittle Arriw at Leaisviile. Tihtm flnlinrlsi .. aw p w -WAH - aas p ai -11:15 P M - 6. IS A AI Arrive at N Leaves NitHirf fcukvllle. . &45 A At iirtlie - km P At - 70 P AI Arrive! at (lallatin iVa4iiW ami CknUnnoogn HaitronJ. l,vai jrawrftle at 7:W A AI Arrives ...

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. — 29 August 1866

a 0UQNACT0ftS. - HAROTABE. CINCINNATI CARDS. MSGBIilMBOB groceries; "sn0kL X BOT8 riCKT- WITH THE IJ.DIAXS. The following account of an adventure of a boj.et fiOcea with the Indians, lis stout light, capture and escape, -vre find in the Wa co (Texas) Ikguicr, of the lltlu Tlie con clusions had as to tlie arms with which to fight the savages are worthy of notice. So bows and arrows are better than revolvers ! We have just had related to rn the cir oumstanees of the capture by the Indians, on UleXeon river, in Eastland county, of a boy about fifteen years old, which we think will bear repeating. This boy, whoso name is ' Walker, and three men, were upon the prairie collecting beef cattle, and they were attacked by eight or nine Indians. As they were only armed with six shooters, prudence suggested that "discretion was the better part of valor," and a reliance upon the fleetness and lottom af their horses safer tharrretistance at such a disadvantage. In the chase the boy was cut off fr...

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. — 30 August 1866

CO., THE SASTTTTEXJE DAIIiY TJflOJi ASH AJSERIOAX. OSce. Osa txo Axasuout Bleak, corner Church and Cfcerry ctt oppesW the Peet Ofie RJ A.TRQPRIBTORS. VoluaSanr cOBmnnieato&&. containing interest- Txasea: rtjtea wtM3Kted frstn any quarter. Newaletters from tie various counties of the DJlT Tri-Weckly.. Weekly-. $110 7 Ot m trsfeciaIlydejirod. otaEnutneations sheald be addressed to the VOLUME XXXIII. NASHYTLLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1866. NO. 237. Praportienate rateir shorter pemde. SubscripttoB inTiriuMy ia adranee. Srs Of the Usio.v and America." ERV 'fMi'i; DAI LY UNI0IS A ATT AMERICAN, atntott ami 5twcna. THURSDAY, AUGUST ao, 1SCG. AM uMIhi She Assassination Testimony. r.-.M J fciEOW IT WAS OBTAINED. The Washington correstxindent of the a. rr l.j .At.. lift -uoBwu wnus lo'uiai iraper uri' f I nleifdSp. ftf -AtHnkt ?itili WfntliuFnt fraa vferylfw dayg-riiave excellent au- tuuwij iur staling, me press win ie caueu ujon to announce the release from confine' ment ot J...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 30 August 1866

BY P. 0. LUKirarGTOir & CO. Dnlly,3l4; Trl-Weckly, 87 1 TYeckly,$3. THURSDAY, AUGUST SO, 1800. OOU OUTSIDE PAGES. wa Obtained Prince Puouc on the Disarma 'mefit iniBurope and the Unked States The Arm Trad Open. . FabbtB riBB. The Southora ForaeUln Work SorcSamSosar Bachanalian Legislators, etc ITE3IH OF GEXEKAlf NETTS. Gold closed in New York yesterday at USX. , . JjWX PicaroKT. proaeber. ioet and spiritual ist. man of ate and ability, died the otbef'day. The retneral f postmasters has eoratseneed in earnest The Pootra&sior General en Monday Barrtedtolhe Wbltelleuse tfto 'names 'of about eoe thousand appointments. Of coarse the same Dumber of removal were in the bateh. Ces.vELicg Wrxdell was appointed Public Printer on Monday. The Intpeeter of Schools and Finances or the Prccdmeo's Bareaa bat made Mi semi-iuinniil report of the condition of, .the freedmen' school in the United State. The total number, ex clusive of night. Sabbath and private school, in me districts ef Ujo Bu...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 30 August 1866

1U 'm"mmm' " ''iinsiiiiiim ilium itininsn FREEMAN & CO., DEALER IS D J D 7? -ooUln;rCInjtse, PIclui-o ITrnmcs, t ; ; 1 WHPDOW SHADES, .4J STi ttnsidoVonitian Blinds, &c, 28 ri'BUC SQUARE. CORNER OF DKADERICK STREET Vnalivtlln. Tnn. ,n-a 'THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1800. i Ag-rutN for.iliSiUulon nnil American, JN0.1V. FAXON Clarksville. Q. P.BASKRTT Slielbyvllle. THOMAS W. JONES .-Pulaski. JAMES CAMPL,ELL... Franklin. feEJeaW. E, ARMSTRONG-.--- KTjrHrnrrE: : iGallatin -Christiana. Gait. W. T. CHRISTIAN MeMlBaville. fMOSBS CL;WjBST-.-...-.., LewUburg W. D. HAYES Athena. Ala. tAIMtVAL AND DEPARTUR&4OF THE i"aiij Natlwille JtailroaA. l.eve.Jifasti wile t 639 A HI Reives Louisvlllo .-. 2dW P JI feSO A SI IcOO P U SSo p it . 08 A M Arrives st Nashville- Xtrfve at Louisville 235 P M ..-11:15 P M ' GnUnlin Aevnnmuxlation, Leave Gallatin-. - - . 6.45 A M Arrive at Aashvitle - 8: A M learcs iMtyivIUe Arrive at Gallatin JkOO 1 M 7.-00 P M KuiMm ami (Suttfttnaaaa Railroad. Leaves bt Nvffl...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 30 August 1866

the soiTiiEiix porcelain tvoniis. Vrom theAucmU CanstUaUeaalkt..I On Wednesday we had the pleasure of a iron uirongu uie Southern Porcelain Works at ''Kaolin," on the Bonth Carolina road, six miles from the city. Those works were commenced some yours since, but wore uemroysu oy nre during; the war. Early tine spring a number of the stock holders oonclwlod to "begin again," and push an enterprise, which, properly conduct ed, seeww to jirouiie much in favor of true Son&ern Udvpendeocc. Accordingly, the President, Cokwel Utlik k, jjave the agent and manager, Dr. Schai-b, earit lltmkt to proceed to-lite rfvUMnMiineiit of Sie works. During our brief visit wc had an onnortu nity to observe Uie satisfactory manner in win ah the Doctor has- discharged hi duties. The clay from which the porcelain ware is manufactured is found in inexhaustible quantify beneath the soil to the extent of' hundreds 'f arJres in the vicinity of the work. This, day i of extraordinary puri ty, entirely free fro...

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. — 31 August 1866

iiTWwwiitTnTiSiiir DAILY AMERICAN. 't'ir ; . f f 9 THESASIITILIXDAILY P.MO.1 AM) AAEKIU.VA. Office, Uxrnx ixo Akhmax SKook. owrner Chureh and Cherry sts etipeatte the t'aet ini Txami: Daily $u Tri-Weekly. ,.. 7 w Weekly t Proportionate rate for sharier perlada. SabseripUaas isTsriabty in adraue. . 'WffirOife it PKOPftlBTORS. nonl Ainin?lBtiri9i- -csHfwpertaat nrvr, sr iblled from any quarter. KM.'IeltCT from tbo rario us counties of the W Anally deiircd. AjtwaattttfttioM Kuiafd bo addressed to the im VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY AUGUST 31, 1866. miinr of Uio Ujiox axo AifBOAif.M UNION AND I'llISAY, AUGUST 31, 1MJ6. THE COTTON TAX. ligulatlons Concerning Jf'oigTi- , any ana juarietng. rxrsaivsT i.-. kuiuect to plant- urns and JiUYims. The Osffimiseioner of Internal Revenue has just issued the following important regii- 1 Matiorw6prfcrriing the weighing and mark ing.of oetlen, the assessment and collection of the tax, ami the removal of cotton under bond: 'TfiidayArAirr...

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. — 31 August 1866

BY P. C. DTOHTNGTON & CO. Dallr, 14; TrMYeokly, 8: Weekly, S3, min.VT, AUGUST 31, 1800. OUIt OUTSIDE PAUKS. Fibmt r0R.-Tc Cation TaReeafctleeso-n-cwbIss Weigh iar nd Marking Cotton. FWrn PM.-JcirmftS Bitw, Hit receipt of tbe iBUaHaeeee of Ll-COLS" AwnMtnition. The dot at Ike Dram. iTzijis or ;bxkkai, kbws. Gold cliwctl in New York ye-t - at l.fi. Hbb. I). W. Yoobmbm. f of Indiana, it r riourij- 1H. lie had jtut eatered upon a thorough can vh of te,t-te is behalf ef the DctneeraUc tiekcL Advice Irata all parti of Indian are, ta the effeet that Use Radiaal are Warning deeperate. Thar areaHBie- all tbeir heeto and imprese leg all the tfwekers of tbe WeH, fearful ef a ter rible defeat. General Til-Bon denial that tie has icvee te Wanbiaglen tatanereedeften. I1waro. There will be a crawl hall at the Interna tionat Hotel, Niagara Falls, Saturday evening, eefnpliai eatery te I'reeHent Jmiirsey and eaUe. Tbe (lovera-M-i aatberitiaf hare detected greet fraud in the Manufacture of high wi...

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. — 31 August 1866

CO. OKALCItS IK WALL PAPER, EoolcingrGInwe, Picture Framcti, WHBOW SHADES Inside VenitianBlinds, &cM asx-Tjni.ic square. CORN BR OF DEADKRICK STREET Xnnlivlllr. Tcnn. me1-3ni T 3ul0u awl &wman TniDAT, AUGUST 3L. 1800. ARRIVAL AXD DEPARTURE OP THE . , TIIAIXS. ' foiwVuagi nm .VuiJt Itatfreait. Laurel Ralirilleat . ft) A M 31 Leaves Lmittrttli) at Arrive at NaittvlHe.. 1 M Ss A M fcUO 1 Ju 19 P M 39 A M Arrives at LrniHsrllle i 2 J' 31 -11:14 P M LoaTefcflaHattn-. CIS A M Arrii- ft Nashville ; & A M Leave Nashville-. asW P M ArrirMAtOallfttin 799 P M jTaHlfV nnj GmtlanoooH' Ifnilrond. Leaves Nalivloxtt.. 7:M A M Arrive nt Chattannlin , ScM P M i-eare Ufe.UtanWg -. 4:14 A M An-lvwjtNaAvffle-.. Leave Narfivlfle Arrive at CbatUnoes.- lilS P M - 4:00 P M 400 A M ft3) P M l, eaves Uhallanooca . Arrive nt Nashville..-. 5:44 A M AWtivAV nnd Dratur Ilailrttad. HunUviBe JInll DMir. exeent Sunday ttaave M&ohrille . . 74(1 A M Arrive at HBtyiIIo- Til P M ' I.mtm IIbuUvtIIc-. . 12...

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. — 31 August 1866

mem 3Br,S'r.RiOMAVIfiTIlE.ASSASSIXA TIOX r ABRA1IA3C UNCO N-MIK RECEIPTOF TU-IKTELHGEXC- OF TiiK-simnExiiEit-TiiE olosn OF THE DltAJIA! Letter Trom Col. Alston, or Gen. (?an! StnfT. JIr Meaiiok Kuok. DeKalb Co.. Ga.. Jalv Sht, 1866. To the BJHer o the Metropolitan tutor JJtar ir : l have been convinced by the teaahings af hletorr and man, and more particularly by the events which have como under my own personal knowledge during the past five year, "that a lie well stuck to answers a well as the truth" to erre the purjnwas of liate and envy, and woe be unto the Individual and peopfe who are foreod to permit a avelctriatiaaml ,er- ristent wander to remain unreluteil. victuk Uooo my soinowhofe that a maa'j detiny depends an much upon what is mid of him as on what he actually does. The fanatic of the North have acted on thin fact foe thirty years, and the dignified oonteHipl with which wc have regarded their miiirep resentations ha ended in our ruin and def lation. Thaee Te fleet ions I...

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

, ilrfjpj t- V -m-r -T - ' --p--- THE, XA11 VILLX j8..I3,T tf.Ai4y.VyA At ' ' ' AMBttlCAKi. SSca. Uxiot kso AxiMftaii Binafe. Chareh!l teny W.f th the loi Tsana: VstiUarMiHoniat'oH, containing inters! -c arwijferint ntwVsiUata'Trauiany quarter J Newt betters frm. tb5 various counties of the : ut ycVJlr leetrt4. vtitaitismfiltttione eiculd be iddressod. to the MttoM of the UfHOX ASD AvKRIOAK." Weekly NASHVILLE, . TENNESSEE, -SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, NO. 239. PreportiSaato ratwr ve'prVy. Sabseriptienstavariafctr tn adwujc. " i " ," "; ' - ry . - .. . ,. . - i i ., - ii . i .r , i 1866. lUxmx inul gunman. SATJIUAY,SEI'TK3tBEK 1,1800. The -Loyalty of .the South. Observations and Conclusions ofGensiGranger.'- From the report of Major General Gor don Granobr, to the President under in struction "te examine carefnlly into the disposition of the Southern States toward the Government of ihe United States," we take the subjoined concluding paragraphs : I lad a policy of wise and statesmanlike c...

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

ttxixmx mu mtxlmx. BY P. C. DTJlTNIHGTOlf & CO. nUy,$l; Tri.WeckJy,87; M eekly, S3. SATURDAY, SETTE3IBER 1, 1808. ouit.ouTsiDE rAur.s. FtaT Paqb (Jon. Ciuwfiit's Report. ,en the Political Condition ot the Benin Perilous Fire Balloon Aseeaoion Botleb, and DosTir The Planter' Convention. - Fooenc PaeE.-&SA Haw aad the 4ae items or gexeual sews. - Gold ctesed in New York yesterday ta 1.17. -The fCkMgeatien of the laws of the United States, as provided Jor b? an at f OangroH at the late session, vtm commenced en , the, Ut,JipL The gentlemen to whom Us work lias been com mitted are. General Caleb CcgHixo, f Maesa- chnsetts. Judge Johxsok, of California, and K. J. Mrios. Esq.- formerly of this city. - Maior-Oeucral 0. 0. Howaei assumes the responsibility of stepping the general issuance uf rations in the South, fur which action (ho Prtoi dent has been foully a-wailed by low partisan. General Baibd hot asked to he relieved, and will probably be mastered oat. The Executive Committee...

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

-1 3 ;UJnrClivweW,tictaw(i'ici w i M in n w arr a rntnc o i ' - Vi J ' KJ -AS- -fJL JL XJjk j Insido VonitianBlinds, &c, 28 PDBLIC SQUARE, f A -n . w ail or DEA0ERICK STREET . . KosIitIIIc. Tcnn. t titbit wt ?H ..v...:,. lUUtfU a tt M-CMCU tt. t3 SATURDAY, tJaPTBSfnEIt'llihSjo' TEjE.,CIT,Y).,., Tc AdvertUprn. Our large circulation compels ui te go to pre at an early liaur every night, ami hereafter aJ TertlSut liare,io 'he-flavors before 8 o'clock p.m. Tb tbat'ete'e alter that hour earitwstbe placed under the properly classified headings. Spboiai. lliramta or the UoARB of! IlRAT-nr Tl.o ib,,i mj..f,.. health. I lie Board met yesterday after- uoon y iWr fpom jn mc tJoiyile btflltl - inc. .... PreMdwtJ.aiNwvsAN.utntakiBgihe .liair nllwlfa . ,i cuair, called'fer the reports. And, it being GllrFtrutl .1 It - 1 t 06v u.ai. w.c MieoiiHg waB cajjeu jur a nAAlt .1.- 1 . . 1 r speoial purpose, the regular order of 'busi- ness was disnensed with and . ' TA. , ft f l .b..uu j.iwuicu aruiiu...

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. — 1 September 1866

4t .tffckJS' Pinion ami gnwicyiatt. ASA IIAItTZ TO THE QUKKX DOW' ACER. nhhsSmn 'jiaAnes I have read." with feelings of pleasure at least fire stories high, an account in the Herald that you have ar rived in Kev York. That you are stopping at the Brcevort House. That Miss Aonbs bruROiN i? TTith you. That you wear Mack silk. That your parly is composed of Ett rojiearH and Canadians. I have a weakness, joy august Polynesian, for black silk, because 1 know a sweet young lemale patriot of America wlio wears tliat occasionally. With a white spencer onto it. The death of vour august husband, Alex andria KamEiiameha IV, was a new thing to roe. It occurred in November. 1863, .-i.:nr- T..r.'j To i ,,!-. .i. cribbatrc with Col. MlKE WoolW. of the 4Gth Alabama, and owing fo flic' fact that letters of the kind vour people would be likely to write never came in there, I did not hear of the sad event. I am terribly sorry poor Altjck has handed in his checks. 1 knew him well. We used to go to scho...

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