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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 2 September 1866

C. l$SNIXGT02V CO., BDnoitS 4 PKOPJUETOltS. Voluntary rtmiaunteat'oa. containing irltcrest- lie or Important srws. jvUiltcd from any quarter. Xevp ,3 sit em from tbo various counties of the 'te toleJly desired. Alt communications laenld be addressed to the ' ftJter Jae Hmos A,"d AxMipiy," Stivtott and gunman. SUNDAY, SEITE3IDEK 2, ISOC. lie President atNew Yorl His. Speech at the Banquet, RBPOIWW still - removnl of tlie cloth at the dinner given by the citizen of New York to the President and hii parly, Mayor IIopfman proposed the first toast which was, 'The liealtlyif Axpncw Johmbox, ; President of amidst Immense cheering, and ppoke as fol lows : GlOTLKMiix: The toast which hax jut been drank, and the kind sentiment which preceded it in tlie remarks of your distin guished representative, the Mayo." of this city, Is peculiarly, under existing circum stance gratifying to rue; and in saying it is gratifying to me, vl wish not to indulge in any vanity. If I were to nay less I should no...

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. — 2 September 1866

L iUxim and ,mxax. BY F. C. DUNHINGTON & CO. Dr.Hr, 911 Trl-Weekly, 87 ; Weekly, $3. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1SCO. OUR OUTSIDE PAGES. Fibst rBE. Fall Report of President John sou's Spcoeh in New York Report of the Com mittee on Hygiene State News, ete. ForsTH Pace. SuT Levxsooou on Egg Seek ing A Beautiful Sermon, etc. national union EXEOirni k com- 3IITTEE. There will be a meeting of this Commit tee oa Mon3ay afternoon at 4 o'clock,- at the office of Judge John S. JJeuk, 45 Cherry t.3erfr . ITEMS or CIEXEKAI. XVWH. (laid closed in New York yesterday at 1.45. The Governors of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Missouri have aeeepted invitations to be in Chi caco next week to participate in the Docslab Monument ceremonies, and will be accompanied by their respective itafl. The Chicago Board of Trade roam bavin? been voted by the Beard ef Directors for the re ception of the Preedeut and party on the oeea tion of their visit here on the 6th proximo, has caused a cood deal of very ill feeling on...

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. — 2 September 1866

W. PEEEMAN '& CO., MULEER Iff A.LiJLi PA EM, txoklnGinoi. PIctnre Frntnr. WINDOW 'SHADE'S', Inside VonitianBlinds, &c., UiijXliKOF DHADERIOK STRKKT NimIitIIIc. Tcnn. June 8m hlntyw and mtUy. SUNDAY, SEITEMBEK a, 1930. TfTE CITY To AUvrrtUer. Our lure eireulattwi eempels uVt go lu press t aa early bear ery nisbt, aud Imeafter ad vertlters irtiMl biHBu tLeirrtvrS before s o-etsk r. tf. These that waie after that hour cannot We placed under the properly elassified beadings HEALTH KEPOKT. Oii'icfi liOARD 6i- IlEALTir, September 1st, 1806, 7 p. m. Since the date of the last report, twenty-four hour pinee, twe new cases have oeourred. One,aottlored Lev, still living, the other an old oolorcd woman taken at 10 a. 31. to-day, and now dead. Both of these are in the Lklc Greek Branch district, between the Hardin; and Charlotte pike. Mrs. Moore, reported yesterday under treat ment, iyet living. By order of the Board, J. D. Plunkbt, M. D., Secretary. SYbci.vl Mkbtis f the Boaud of Healt...

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. — 2 September 1866

DRUGS & MEDICINES TINWASE, &c7 PffiNOS, &c. COTTON1 FACTORS. CINCINNATI' CARDS. LOUISVILLE CARDfl GROCERIES, LIQUORS kc For tho Union and American.! THE HOME EGO AFFAIR. A mm in Home, Georgia, sucked six dozen raw cccj at a tilting. "Sut LovExgood" is living in that neighborhood. Vhen tbe above was read to "Sut" he thus "onburzum'd hiscf :M Say, Gdoiioe,I dusont much like the eoun OToUhat arWn, I smell a slur an hit Ise povf ly feard some ornry cuss am a tryin to pin that ar freak ove genua to my cotail on the sly. I never el cm, by golly i I haint ovrnd six dozen alga, since Sher.3LA.jt come yere, an' biled the hens, an' smash'd the delf war, (wonder if he don't consider hisef a boss a hell hoss by geminy! hh wife mus' be powTi feard ove bun, epecbnly when he's in one ove his ways, our wimssen all am, they prays-some. for im too they ,dus.) JL 'sped some houn' year'd radicul, for wantin to raise anuther mob by enpplin me wif that breckfus of aigs wants to construct me, ...

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 September 1866

BDCgORS & PROPRIETORS. vA'uutaypominunicit'ooi. osntainiaciintrrcet Bct!rfmprtatJBfw. trusted froui-khrWrter. News letters from tto various eauBtios of tli -lute espeeiallr desired. All eofflmunleaHonj should be klJreweU Wtb JMItort of the Ukiok akd Amebicak." million iuu SUnman. TUESIIAY, SEPTEMBER. ISGO. OUR 00EEESP0NDEN0E. HlOJf ItAKT TiyiXBSSEE Sccrotarx Fletcher'R'TJuur -a failure lllw specdics and their reception Irevnlciicp,orConcTTnlInr-i.nicuinii jiffcmcnt of our iStnte l'lnnnce-.Tlio Athens II rt nc It or I In- InndorTiiiiie. ec The ' fonllHcnfcu' Fuml Enw Breaklngr? PostMnMei- tlnxtpr, Nel- mmi mill Taylor (o Inhe tlicKtiiiii Croiii, Ac, Ac. CorrosfMndoneo of the In ion ami American. ,DHfrpr. Vwttvmr.v, Aug. 30th, JiCt5.- Forotic RuHeirum travels before the march of Conservatism in East Tcnneiee. fo my that there m a majority for tlie Preat dent does not half reflect the real Hentiment of th poople. The whole country is alive with Axdy Jonxeox ConservaliBOi. TJierc i ...

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 September 1866

MaWtLeatoaaaaelB ' 1 nS u..mm.m-, BY P. C. DUHNHJGTON & CO. Daily, Slat Trl.WecUly,87; 'Weekly, X. TCESDAT, SEPTEMBER 4, I860. OCR OUTSIDE PAOES. Pi est-IUc t. Our Correspondence from. East Tennesjee and Robertson County Itadieal Out rages tn Indiana. Fipet3 Paoe. The Douglas Monument, etc.. etc. ITESIS OF OESERAX. KEWS. Gold dosed in New York yesterday at The merchants of fit. Louis bare published a circular in regard to the ebolera in that city. They say it his not been as generally prevalent and malignant as reports represent it to be. Tho attested Taiue of personal iweperty in Milr.tlcu. for the rear 1S06 k $3.ttfeflX2L . Alms Bbw$m Conenatte) beaMhaod- ical candidate for Probate Judge in eroda City, They had frost on the 21th of August, in .Mis souri, whleh bit the corn. Four bonds of the Drainage Company of New Orleans, thirty-Sro years nia;rwtb interest added, S1MI0, were reeently found in a lodging house in Paris. Tbey are genuine and werth-tbe money they -eell fer. Tbo ...

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 September 1866

WPEEEMAN & CO., PKALEES IK WALL PAPER, , Looking liXn-KWH, Picture Frames.. iilfeoW SHADES, Inside VenitianBlinds. &c, 28 PUBLIC KQ,TJARE. CORXKROF DEADERIOK STREET Nashville. Trnti. - KATES OF ADVMRTLSINU. The proprietors uf the morxiuK paier of tliw f, far Hie purpose uf Mtabhsbira; uniformity io send er adimrtiM&tf- h . hhab ki. lowli tabta- of obanri." atnl nliMmtn tlirat- IfHHtnWIflitllUP l,V fill Mjl A tnlflffAf irani im dale: TBS LKK USE l TO CXUiSTlJTTE SOI! A BE. lucre; War, M M-eassifeHlI irJfcrtlori 3 SO fitara, l weejc, 8 an each add! square. ... 2 ) Ittsm, f weak, t M each addl square.- 2 ttl re, weeu,s w eaen add i muarc. 3 ao " t-T ONE TWO THREB MUKTH. MOXTHM. Uql S2T0 - 13 (H 17 00 22 00 roo 2 80 S3 00 37 00 4i m 37 09 80 47 00 6t U0 57 00 IM 87 m 74 00 77 00 se oo syoo roo 97 oo 1(B00 107 09 MS 60 117 00 12 en lr oo ixoo 137 W iw 147 00 18 00 157 00 SM ST 69 61 00 09 M 3X00 77 00 81 00 S3 00 l 00 oo m m w ins oo AdritfotiiiU totedl lima a week (cod) for ...

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. — 4 September 1866

tnrtiw ami SMmaiu THE DOUOIAS JIONITMENTDi:- sriiiPTiox of Tin: jinMoniAi., fiTiitJCTnni- Froin tho Chieuro Times. The time is rapidly approaching when, without doubt, the greatestgathoring of peo ple that ever convened iu Chicago trill .as semble. But little more than two weeks noK remain, before the arrival of the day fixed by the President of the United States for tho laying of the corner stone of the Douqias monument. The several commit tees having in charge the various arrange ments for the observance of the occasion are rapidly perfecting the plans, and, it is be lieved, will have completed alltheir arrange ments before the day of the celebration. A brief description of the monument to be erected wil) be of no interest in view of the near approach of the celebration of the laying of its corner stone. This will oonsixt of a circular platform base, fifty-two feet in diameter and two and n half feet high. Up on this will be placed a similar platform, but a little smaller, which w...

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 September 1866

sorroRt i PROPRIETORS. V4u ataryjeaairB u rweaf o s J, eoaUbiinsiatcrett- or lajwfumt news, wiWted from'jtny quarter. "Sew Miers from tb var!6uf.kounties of Ihe 8t4 ei'iiaHy derired. Ae&ialeat5ons snould.be addressed do ihe ' EjiHter,of the "Dkiox yn AtBiCAi.' Hhxtiw umt gunman TIIC1TSDA.Y, SBITEKBBn 0, IbOO. SOU OF COLQKEL.JQHNBAXTEE, In Iteply - to Hecrctary of Mtntj liMitbf Washington county. denrerod at Jeneefeero. August 31, lseo. To the' jwpi rtmu After eiaberatelv JisowaiiMr tile pending issue between the. Conservative and Radical parlleS&felanaaUonal.Colonri Baxter proceeded as follow: A few weeks atp, Mr. A- J- FiErciiEn, known o most otyou as a supporter of the KaUioal faction of Tennessee, delivered Iiimanlf f a three boursspecchat Knoxville, in support of the policy of Ins party lriends, lhreagnoHt tins entire speech, tie held mm self .forth as 'the embodiment of true loyalty announced, in an authoritative and emphatic manner, tliatlpere were twoclasseaot union m...

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 September 1866

Si Mm 3YFT 0. & CO. Dally, 814 1 Tri -Weekly, 87; Weekly, 83. TKCHSDAT, SEPTEMBER 6, 1800. OTJK OUTSIDE PAGES. 1 test Pa.,f.. Col. Jobs Baxter on Secretary KrTHEB. FiCSTB Paoe. A Sew National Race Course 1 1 f r rumages ugabwt the Secretary of War. ITEJIS Or GENERAL NIVS. - Gold closed in Now York yesterday aO-WH- it J. Siose. Jr.. Bn an emmeBt member Washington 0y liar, died day or two x ncc. Bre vet C'-l. Surgeon 8. A. IIokaem ban been at pointed chief medical officer of the Preedmcn's Bureau, vie Caleb W. IIoesek, rwlsved. The internal revenue receipts ftr last"week" amounted to S10.2SS.SS1. - Fractional Currency to the amount of SSOO.000 was i-med last week, and mutilated fractional Ti tit? it me amount oi wxunuBsneeitau. r u u nnA It - 1 - The United States bents hW tif the Trcaa- artr of the United States Jn. trust r. National I'lnk amounted on Saturday loft .to $999,507,900. - The new internal reran uc act, wmen weiu .oto effect on Saturday. Mtr'the OoramfwSoner . trer to...

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 September 1866

' W. FREEMAN & COii DEALERS 15 WJLLX jp a p e r, IooklB5(Oliwft, Picture Fmmes. WINDOW SHADES, Inside yenitianBlinds, &c., 28 FCDLIC SQUARE, CORNER OF DBADERICK STltBET Nnslivillc. Tenn. jon TIIUILSDAT,.SEPTE5IKBIt 0, 1800. THE CITY. To Persona Leavlnc; Itic City. Persen lea vint tbo eity fr the cummer can have the Daily or Tei-Wsbklt Ukiok and AjtsBratir seat toithetn any length of, time they desire. DaIlt at $1 4r month. Tri-AVrsi.lt at 69 cent per month. Leave your orders at OHDifwnflBirVrset or tuldre drthrttflrh the T1.i.aT; ,To AdvertlNcr. ( Oar large atrealation compels u to go to pre at an early bear every night, ami hereafter ad verUfer auH bavein their favor before 8 o'eloek r. v. Taose that come after that hoar cannot be plaeed under the properly classified headings. - Reoskbik 'a Canar. There wa a slight falling off In the camber ef ease befere the Recorder yesterday morning. Eighteen delinquent Were presented. Fbase Hurt, aged about tweety-Svc years, a inemberVf...

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 September 1866

.1 SEW NATIONAT. RACE COUIl.SE SOMETHING HAGXII'ICEXT. Hon. John Fobsytk writes from. New York to the Mobile Adtalieer as follows: I Iiad a delightful day yesterday in a drive' through tbe suburbs of New York for a dis tance of ten or twelve raile tbc object be ing to visit an enterprise destined to become not only a New York, but a National insti tution. It is a new race-ararse beyond Har lem river, built on private property and .it private expense. Mr. Lbonaud Jehomf, one of tbe millionaires of the city, con ceived tbe magnificent preset of a National race-course, which, when finished, will cost iiim live hundred thousand dollars. Some idea of the grandeur of the plan may be had from the statement that the principal land costs 570,000. The form of the traek is a novel one. It is in shape something like an hour glass or a figure 8, the grand stand and the judge's lookout being in front of the neck of the Agate, who at when the horses are half way round they are almost as near as wh...

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 September 1866

- - ..G-g-a------,. wTfjMi.-ii.nnii,-,,,.,, .,-,,'. ," , .nV,:,- ; yfifrnrnwrfSFf, , ,-r ?.i;"toTim,fF7?im S3l! G, BTJNNINGTON KDITORS 4 PROPRIETORS. Voluntary oemmunieat'oni. containing i nterait' S orHfportant nw, w Hilled from any quarter. Xes letters from tbo various counties of tha H MeeiallyderireJ. JftleftHmiunlcatiOBS should lo addressed to the Editors of tha Ukios xsd Americas." FRIDAY, KKITE3IUEK 7, 1SCG. TRe President at Cleveland His Speech to the People, Itmltcul Attempt to Insult arid Brow-licut Him. A Scathing Denunciation of North ern Traitors. The President and party arrived at Clorc- land, Ohio, on Monday evening. At about 10 o'uloak he wag called ont by an immense crowd. Ho appeared and returned tlianks disoJaiming any purpose of making a speech, bat the dUBrderly conduct of his ruffiian enemies in the crowd, led him to submit serae observation, go eminently appropriate, that we oannot omit them. They are alike characteristic of the man and Ills enemies, After oxp...

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 September 1866

Anion ntut mman. BY r. C. DUNUTNGTOIT & CO. Dally. 811 Trl.WkIr,S7l Weekly, S3. miDAT, SEFTESIBEII 7. 1850. ODIt OBTSIDK PAOES. Fttsr Page. Tho Pretidealat Clevelana-Tbo Black -and-Tan Conrpntien. 1" jrKTH PaOB. Coolie Labor, etc.1 ITEMS Or OKXEKAI. SEWS. - - Qold closed in New Yerh yesterday aCLts;. - Hon. C. L. ViLLAWWni ii wet, - B- F Butlku lias eoseoBtod to ma for Con f e. in the Fifth District of Wajorimi4U- - unamodore Lawrkoe Bowseac. feroerly . ihe United State nary, aad afterwards la the rcd service, died at New Orleaj en Wednesday. fanambulatisg at Amiens. The Sel ma (Ala.) Alsw say tfcat the ii i.,riM are briBcrlne bp all ov IU rtslen of th? South. The results of Ibe war is throwing ,-i.mtal tiito a new channel; the abundance of lnd- trnul- c(t'T inter-eoHimanieattoB: equality f transportolioa, and far ether reaaona.will make toclma a treat maauiaotartac dirtrW. - A Cincinnati company we incorporated fan .Monday, tritb a .capital of RM, to cagage in the manufaoture o...

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. — 7 September 1866

rtW. iFREEMAN & CO.-, nKALKM IS WALL JPAPJEJl, j poking: Masses, Plcturo JFriunca. INiDOW SHADES InsideenitianBlinds&c., 2S PVI1MC fQ,PAKE, UOIIHKROF DEADERICK 8TUKKT Xnslivillc. Tcnn. Situ a and Smman. t - ' I'KihaV. snprnmtrin. y. isnn, SUM CITY; AHKIVALAM) IMUWltTUnr, or TIER TIIAI.N'S. lAuitmilr and'.YAenV ttAilrutut. Leaves mmhme at ft) A M Lmea Ile aClV.A!.'.'...'...-... S'A it - - MM I Arrtva.f.1 afrHle. Arrival at Lwtwrffle f . .JA M ... &S A Leave NmIhIHb i Arm as at Gallatin 7 r SslO A M A rrives at Chattanooga. sat i m lwreit UbaUaaessn Arrive at2rn4Mtvfne-.'.... Lear XmIi villa 4:15 A At .... 1:45 P M 4:00 P M &00 A M Itaanoga fcas p m fcl5 A M ,V.iW .lad Dtmtiur witowwf. KaafcrHIr Mit Daily, except Suwtojs Xwaiville 7;a A M ma HtmlwilUi 7: P SI laWW iluitUrfllt K A M Amwii mmirm.-.. . ik p m MW, Mobile, HMI New Urleaas Kxpte4. Dally sW-iirill r. UDPM A nlftl at MaiAM. SOB P .M ln MwhiM tOt V M A rnvat at KtMhrilta . frM A M OJSaWnlila AwnKBKiodation lavw...

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. — 7 September 1866

.... - iitnmn and Smjcvftttn. cootie larou. Frsai the New TJerk Worid. Some time since we called attention to the subject or ooolic Labor, and stated that in nil probability, now tliat slavery was aWlislfcd, an attempt would be made to obtain Chinese and Hindoo laborers for tho Sontb. We enppopedjiiat the late large slaveholding planters wtmld bo the first to move in the matter, but it seems the Chinese have hod their attention attracted to the great field for labor opened for them South, and are de sirous of cemiDjT without solicitation. We find the following in the San Francisco Morning OM of the 20th July: "Yesterday a Chinaman named An Yuc, who bean credentials from several of the great emigration companies, took jmseagc for the East on the steamer Golden Age, ac companied by F. Mabcaj., Chinese inter preter, and Mr. Eobebt F. Stbicxau, an American, who laas spent many years in China, and is thoroughly acquainted with the Chinese. The object of An Yucs visit to the East is to lo...

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. — 8 September 1866

OWDJBSmSGTOJf A CO., AME TDK NASHVILLE MAILT IJ.tJO.H AS ,vS'iTiiT?' " OSm. Osmx ifV) AisiA3 JHtNsk, met Cburek aad Ciri7 tmU, opjmite Um PW 12j TgRHS. EDITORS k PROPRIETORS. Ve-lunUry-eomrcunicat'oas, contaJnlnclnUrwt C or impertant ntfws. srIUitcd from any quarter, Daf 1 SW o News JeUers from tho various counties of tho Tri-Weekly- Ut i lYeeUy S:sda especially derired. Alt nHBUunioatlons should hs addressed to the VOLTME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1866. NO. 267. Prsportfoaate rates Sir sherter periods, C V - . . ... . . ' Editor of tho Uxios akd Auxbicax, cmmentHMas isvanawy m aaTmnce. DAILVl N T O IS ANLT ttnian ami Swwiau. RATBKIA.Y, NIHTKMBER. -S, 1800. The Bliioli-aud-Taii Convention. A 31QJJJSL JIADICAL I'ATJSJt. THE WOKinNOS OF THE AFFATIt. .A Hironir pflndrtl Womnn Apprsn on 1 5 . '. I Tint JffiflRO STILL IN THE WOODPILE. Mack, correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial, telegraphs under date, Phila delphia, September 5, as follows: The session of ...

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. — 8 September 1866

nfon .nut grttuyijcuttt "BY-?! 0. DTJNNINGTON & CO. Dally, $14; Trl-WeIUT,87; WccUljr,03. SATURDAY, BEPTiaiBEU 8, 18G0. OCR OUTSIDE PAGES, FiRitPiaK. The Black-and-Tan Convention A Sketch ofjgsjTrio of Southern "Loyalieto," Foitta Pagc What is the Matter with the l'ankcee A Proetieai Joke Well Carried Out- Oar Cornfield. ITEJLS OF GEXEUAX NEWS. Uold closed In New Yerfc yesterday atl.K. A man In Covington. Kentueky, the other lay kicked another one to death. Governor Fbktos. of N rw York, was nomi nated on Thursday as the Radieal vaitdldata. - 37,416.183 IS of the publie debt waa paid in August. Fbeoemck W. Thomas, a literatourefeenie repute, and the author ef "Clendea Breiltliaw died in Wjhinton on the 20th ulU Dr. JIaelat, of the Methodkt BpWoopal Church North, died suddenly on Saturdaftlat. Alkxambek Tons, a prominent member of the Cincinnati bar, died on Wednesday last. The late rains tend to improve the cotton injured by the drouth. The impression prevails that Maxiuilias is...

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. — 8 September 1866

f!-.rmm . W. FREEMAN & CO., dulses in WALL PAPER, k Looking; GInsscs, Plctnro Frame. WINDOW SHADE S, Iusido VenitianBlinds, &c, -S PUBLIC SO.UARE, CORKER OF I) K A D E II I C K STREET Nnhlivllle. Tenn. Jaiia- iwx ami gumntu. NATDRDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, ISfMJ. THE CITY. AKKIVAL AND DRPARTURC 1" THE lAuttryiHr and XtliUtyUtr Hail man Leave Naiiivillo at . . nan a m . 2tf0 P M Lores Louisville at . fc30 A M Arrive! at Nashvllle-- . iifl P M 00 A M Arrive! at Loulsville- 2ff P M ii.ir n tr Gallatin Aewmtwlation. Leave Gallatin .1S A f Arrives nt Nashville 8:45 A M Ai6ayesa6vlHe. .... ftOO 1 M Arrives at llallatia . 7:oo p M AjitheiHe awl Chattanooga llailrnad, V .V. -II 1 - ...w-f,. a II IC AC -.... 7:0 A M tm P M 4:15 A M 1: P M 40 P M tOO A M & p m Leave Chattanooga Arrive at Nashville---. . I.Mroi Vn.livtll. Arrives at Chattanooga-. Leaves Chattanooga... Arrive at Nashville &4S A M .VialeiVe .inJ Decatur Railroad. Huntsville Mail Dally, except Sundays Leaves Najdivllle .. ...

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. — 8 September 1866

Slnum nmt gunman. mATH THE SIATTER WITH THE YANKEES? From the Sew York World. pTpcjn the publication of the vital etaUs ticsof Massachusetts, last year, it iras (Jis rorered that a decided maioritv ofthobirths of the preceding year wore the of&nririR of r t rrM f . . i ioreign-uom parents, iiiis laci excueu a j,ood deal of comment at the time, w it sbovsodthal either the virility of tlie Yan kees RaySr 'wan running out, or else that the MassaltrTreettfl women had voluntarily given up the business, of bearing children to their foreign-barn neighbor. It ceenis that tlii miiraxler of Hip mater nal function by native New England women still continues. In the official returns oflhe births in Iloston during the past year, pub lished in the Adrerluer of that city, we liml the following paragraph: The table of birtlte allow that the number of children born, whose pnrenta were both natives of the United Stati, was 1,300, making 24.75 per cent, of all the birth. This ratio of children of ...

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