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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 9 September 1866

Vf JLSUv3..'. 8DlT01li A PROPRIETORS. Voluntary ccmteunieat'ou, containing internet S'gjer important newt, stM'.iUd from any qaitrtftr. NVwe letter frera tbo various counties of the oct'HIally dwirod. VII aoHHnunleetlout siiould be addressed to the ' MUiters of the Ukiox aki Auebioak." ajjjgu.i!Jimf.)n.j,H-iBwrgTC SDXBAY, 8EPXn.11UEU 0, 1S00. he Douglas Monument a Chicago, LAYING OF THE CORNER STONE, Address of General John A. Dix. PflULOW-OmzHNS: Tlic scene in which waare actors to-day, with all iUenrrouuding circumstances and accompanying recollec tions, tuts no parallel in thia or any other age We arc assembled, within the confines of a city numbering over 200,000 inhabitant, dis tant 1,000 miles from the ocean, where thir- ly-iour years ago nothing wan seen but an unbroken expanse of prairie on the one Bide, and the outspread waters of Lake Michigan on the other both extending far beyond the compass ot the sight: nolmng heard but the voice of the great inland sea from the sands ...

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. — 9 September 1866

-iifttlHMi itiiwamn i i i - BY F. C. DUmnHGTOET & CO. Dtilly, 14 j Trl.Wcokly, 87 ; Weekly, S3. SUNDAY, SUPTESIBEn 0, 1800 OCR OUTSIDE PAGES. Final PiBK.Addrcs ef General Johk A. Dix, at Chleage. FoDbth IUes Psalm of Labor, (Peelry Keeping Open the Bleeding Wounds-A Secession Reitc in a Pioper Place, etc ITEMS OF GEXEItAIi HEWS. GaW eleeed ia If sw York yesterday atl.X- TV. rottU mvuimnUtian of ceW in Ihe Treat ;n If minUnneil. soon afford a metallic basis fer the treasury notes in circulation, which ought to materially redaee the premium on it. It U estimated that by the end of this menth the Treasury will navenearly. If not quite, one nun A ,..A m(11t-.a In Mlft General Wool write that he will attend the r!trnloA.l Ho-Hrwit San. The Rio Grande it higher than ever known before. MoUaieras it in danger or Inundation, - The Ort Jlaittrn, with the recovered cable, tar at Heart's Content yesterday. Prussia wants lo buy the J)ederlerg, our biggest sea menlter. a rumor ii In circulati...

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. — 9 September 1866

i -Wi-FHEEMAN & CO., DEALERS XX TFMXi PAPER v OoltlnCJInx!e,PIclnrc FmmeH, J WINDOW SHADES .. Inside VenitianBlinds,,&c, 2S PUBLIC SQUARE, CORNBROF DI5ADERICK STREET Nttxlivillr, Tcnn. J ntft Jto Pinion anil uxt. 1 - 4-sri SONIAY, SEPTEMBEIt o, ISCO. ,tTJE CITY,. AKKIVAI, AND !KlAltTt7KK !' Till TKAIX.S. iAiuiniUe and Tiatlnille Ilailnad. Leave Nashville at . &3f)A M 230 P M Lenves Louitvlll&lU S4SD A M feOQ P M Arrival at Nashville 2:40 P M , 3i00 A M Amvos'at komsvHle. . . 336 I M 11:15 P M GaHaHH Aeeammo'lnliun. Leave Gallatin S.tt A M ArnvesjattNaJhvIlle 8iu A M LeavesNashvflle $0) P M Arrives at Gallatin 79 P M J'athv!lle and Ckattanoooa ltaiiruntl. Leaves Nashville at 7:40 A M Arrives at Uhattanoofia adK 1' M IjoaTos UBattanoora. 4:15 A M Arrives a,tNahvlIle 1:4 P M Jiww nnraTiiie ... - - iwj I .i Arrives at Chattanooga SjOO A M Leaves Chattanooga . Sk) P M Arrives at anbriHo - - fcla A M JiathtlMe nnd Deeatur Jtailroad. Ifuntrvllle Mail Daily, exeeptSundars Le...

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. — 9 September 1866

ipsajjs. or toii i IJcdlentl to the, Singers,. , BY X. K. TFATSOK. liumwias, dreaing, thumping, groaning, J&rioklBg.wblrr.iir1pIiinJbfV Beating, dashing, ruining. daaMBg, . Hearing, rinsing, dinning; Everywhere a way nan Salatos hk busy neighbor, ltcywWri! mm morn till night Strolls tbajoac of labor. We bare earnest work to do, Aakre band te plan it, Swartny masons to uproar Piles f brisk and granite. ErKtk by brisk 'tis growing fust ,u raltof bravo eadaaver j.. While the trowel's rawie rings Ilar&Mntaatly fnreTer. Roaring fetges sAeat nnd fling A maky rasnllo o'er us. While many a stalwart Vuloan-am . fl& ut an "Anvil Cherw." Miniature of gulphur realm That ilea bolew .vermin. ' : ; Shapely columns spewing out , Howls tbe blaring funface. WMrtwIad-Hko the planer shrieks WHh iu noisy olamor: Aad amid tbe mingled din Timed en ent tbe hammer. Like a mighty giant chained Snarling at lb' enslaver Bnglrfe tnrob on Iron veins. Bringing wealth and favor. Nat a dreno within our ...

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. — 11 September 1866

tst ' : 'sx' P. O. BENNINGTON A CO., EDITORS A PROPRIETORS. Voluntary CommuaitiUoBiL emlalnmcintcre!t tig or important nrws, tcJititcd from any quarter. news letters from tie various' counties of the State especially desired. All coflimanie&tiotu enonld be addressed to the ' Bdlters of tho Uitiox asd Avkbicxs.' TUESDAY, HE1TKSOIEU XI, I8C0. TIXEISATIOVAIjINIKirrEISrnK-.TXtE From the New York Times. Tho pnlilic debt statement, as printed by Uie whole city press yesterday morning, was inaccurate in its detail, but correct in its footings. "Y'o have since received an official copy of the statement, which shows that the obvious discrepancy in the tolegraphic num mary between the several items and their results was caused by the omission of a line giving the amount of tho debt on which in terest has ceased namely 510,053,444. The September statement, itself, is the strongest thus far made public It speaks eloquently for the present able management of the Treasury Department. It shows...

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. — 11 September 1866

V. " - r. giwi' af- unMii mmmmm; ' ni0H anti jtman, y" F. qlipiNKIHGTOK & CO. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER XI, X8CC ' ODK OUTSIDE PAGES. la Pint.-Th n. Tint tonal Indebledn THCS and his Coo ecaUen The Tariff Iff. c,rETn 1'ace. I'bVbovtb KlHi and Bara- ! nxjis of on.KitAX. news. jifce trottinc borre Zlaifar boat Jw at CM- m r Kdlurdav. r Hon- Hkxby Gbiber, member of Owes In. iVa Ttiirrl for Tlnniinr Oread dUtriat, Ken ky. died on Friday l-"- Mr- ' waift- able ryer and sound 0 atlve tateuMii. Jlan. , jiB IIWE i aanimnacd as a eandidato la nil ...nauil Ml dtfftth. iroot nrriinrfttiftni have been made to receive i - - - 1 Pri-cilMit in Louisville to-day. Ben-tar I ptiti:B i i mnkathe reaenttan weeh. jLxiis Poloin&egold wines are albaetiiHc said 1 Infer,. If- The ChiacM Bapirc 5 new open te iU vary I ntm to all who choose ta visit it. I ItiJtceorT'a last vet nine of United States tt rtnmnlatnd. The French newspapers limit themselves to Lm lines daily over lao Atlantic aaMe. They net lW iYi...

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. — 11 September 1866

3Utxw unit Snwwan. TIXESDAT, KKPTEXBER II, 1S00. THE CITY. . Ilnngc of the Thermometer Ycvtcnlnj-. IS v t78 Calekoie SBrTBc 11, 1MB. Sun Rises. I Sun Sell I Moon ltiw. fraa an 1 yM CtiKoNobooiciu Battle of KIk Water, 181. Convention Postponed. In r-onseqeenee f Ibo alarm felt by numbers of dIogates a ad other throughout the iSalo at the preseneoofehalera Iff Nu4ivlIo.ihoStato moan tiro CommUtM bare deemed It their duty to postpone tho Convention from Thursday, the IStli nut., to Tuesday, the 31 Jay of October next. This they do net do bau!! the disease luu assumed anything IHicm epidemic forin, but not knowing when it may, the Committee, unwilling to call their friends from their home to thia city, where a ebange tif ellinate awl of water may sria,uly , aloet them, oven under iiro- (icnt circa instance ' Th6 Committee regret tbe necessity of this postponement, aad tnit all friend of the Conservative cause will rally in Nashville en the first Tuesday in October. By order tho BzccuUro...

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. — 11 September 1866

"UNKNOWN." tr wiXAH. A Soldier's fJ rave! andl parted the trraM Wbleh In wild luxuriance had irrown O'er the redo beard. p.oeod to mark the spot; Dot I only read " Dnkaejrn I' f Unknown for aye t ho is sleeping now, From bkt loved ones all alone. And I wwp fur tho hapos that arc buried Iberc Jn tad cravoe a martyr " Unknownr Unknown? Oh no! Uiere is omk fond heart WIiom lore was all hi own ; "IVhmw lkrfet ef lift will all go out When they learn ho died c Unknown." Perhaps, far away in tho dear old place, Where yeuUi's sunny boors haro flown, A mother weeps for her only n Who it slcmbVing- there Unknown. And sho watches, and wait, to see oneo mors, Tbe lisbtrrom his eye that shone. For she does net know 'hat stranger hand Hare laid him away " Unknown." And the agod nra whoto scanty locks With silver thiek are ; strewn. Blesses tbe day that will brine him back His boy who was baried Unknown I" Or a fond and lovinp enter kneel, A suppliant at Ilis throne. For tho brother who's cone, nh...

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. — 12 September 1866

P. O. IUXNIN3TOiV A CO., U y , BDIIORi A, PROPRIETORS. AME UNION AND THE NASI I VILLI! DAILY tfMt AND 3rfnSsI!&3A Often. I into js AyniCAS V k. earner CWefc and Cherry sfc owiwite Hie rW t.c wlESEEE:'$Iri Proporshnato rotes for sfcerteppeitufe ukeMiprtaM iaiartaMy to afawta, Legal advertisEaYients Voluntary eommunieat'oa. containing intereel- C or imfirbiat ntwt, s lifted litem any quarter. Masse TOftis frem the rarioS ctnintiesof the 6 at eapociaUy deeircd. flint aansitiuuieatians should bo addressed lathe VOLUME- XXXTTI. N'ASHYILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1SG6. ." J : W. '270. "Mil fill lTimif ivn Avntrnv." vhdnesday. sniTiainun 12, ISOO. The Blaok-and-Tan Convention, The Closing Scenes. JTho Nogro Suffrage Platform Adopted. jr t ,TIie'ixro I'red. Dotilukw throws Mint y ,DlcIInonH Derby lint lip . Over tlic JCcmiiIU dtccUomont and Confusion. . j .-A , -w.iJ-,. - . . a,li6 Filial Adjoui'jxmoiit. lelenrarjoteOerrespondenee Cincinnati Cem'rc'l, THK IRHKl'llKSSIBLE WW...

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. — 12 September 1866

BY F. C. DTmKIKGTOy & CO. Bnllr,814t Trl-Weckljr, 87; Weekly, fti WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 18CO. OUR OUTSIDE PAGES. Fibst Paoe. Closing Scenes in tbe Blaek-and-Tan Cenrentfen Thing at Washington Repudi ation Keeled ia Georgia, etc Footh Paok. Fall BonneU-Cotton Question in Itoslind. ITEJliTor GEXF.RAE SEWS. It i suggested that Uekbt J. Ratuoko will bo appointed Minister to London, in pteee of Cha. P&axcib Adamb. lien. AlkiakbirII. Stwhess ha been en gaged te deliver a lccturo befere the Young Mea' Association ef Cottage during it next ooBrscand tho Milwaukee peepleare discussing tbe advisability of inviting him te leetore in that eity. Cel. Thus. C. Biuxn, ot Columbus. Mis, 1 dead. Major General StCCLGS, ceraraaoding tbo De partment of tbe South, baa tawed an order pro hibiting tbe organization of white or colored per- tora bavins arm, or intended te bo armed, net belonging to tbe military er naval foreea of tbo United Stale. This order will net be construed U-prohibit tbe l...

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. — 12 September 1866

WEDNESDAY, KEPTEHBER IS, 1800. RATES OF ADVERTISING. .The proprietors of tho morning papcnt of LbW oily, for tho purpose of establishing uniforralty in tiii? Ttl6g efadvertising, havo agreed upon tho JBllewiag table of charge, and obiigaUi them" solves hereby to abide by the same, to tal:e effect from this date: TEST MXJSOS LBftS TO COSSnTPTE A ffifciCK. I Square, 1 day, $1 00 eaeh add'l insertion $ 50 1 Square, 1 week, S 50 eaeh add'l square. 2 CO 1 Square. 2 wek, 6 00 eaeh add'l square.... 2 Ml 1 Square, 2 weeks, 8 09 eaeh add'l square..- 3 M WB TITO THREE 20 00 as 00 , 3!tO0 "3300 44 00 4Ifi6 47 tt K 00 ar-oo moo 77 00 78 ft) 77 00 82 00 87 00 igoo S7 00 162 00 moo 112 00 117 00 li2 00 127 00 142 00 moo 50 00 82 00 m m 74 00 80 O) SO 00 19) ss 00 101 00 110 00 116 00 llSGO 125 00 131 00 140 09 140 00 152 00 170 09 176 00 182 00 1SS 00 uaroa . 117 luaras.-. . 121 1 uarw 155 ( Advertisements inserted 3 tlmma week(eod) fur B. .Monger erlod. will be charged two- tbir4if table rate. 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. — 12 September 1866

3tuUm iu IUumjciju. rAttimxxirrs. Tlie rirot Styles from Europe. From the New York Evening VoA.1 StvloB of bonneU fov early fall have re cently been imported from Paris. Many of them differ veTy materially from thewmmer styles. Most of the new bonnets arc intend ed particularly for evening, and are used as pattern hate by the city milliners. There is little donbt that the next arrival of Parisian bonnets which will be in timo for the open ing next month will bring chanpes in the shape and mode of trimming. Then the fashion for the fall will be definitely estab lished. White French felt, in round hats and ;n i bonnets, is, in some respects, a novelty. When the material is tastefully trimmed it i is quite attractive. The white felt hats have an unassuming look; and though costly, are not showy. There Is a now shape, narrow and long at the sides, nearly flat on the top of the head, and drooping in front. Another is a small square of lace or silk upon a stiff frame, tastefully trimmed, ...

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. — 13 September 1866

CO. EDITORS 4 PROPRIETORS. -i. r I ' - Voluntary eommsnicat'ots, containing interest ' g or important nsws, tflliited from any .quarter. Ntms letter from ikl various conn tic of th rVate espceUlly des irod. - H eewwunlcations should be addressed to the ' Kdkeri f tho Uxiox jikd Amicax." nma.ii wa wwsbesbtbsbi Ct uixru ntul Simian, THURSDAY, SEITEMnEK 13, 180G. Thafl, Stevens Howls Again, He OritaoiBea OongressanS Abuses the JtresiQent. ITc Still Calls for Confiscation. THE IJAIXOT AXD IIOJfKSTEADS FOU THE AEG HO THE GKE.1T I8HUE. TirAfa- Stevhks delivered himself again atJ3edford, J?ennylvania, on tlic 4lh inst. Ho Again dHncd the H&diool programme he understands it. "We give a few extracts, to show the purpose of the organisation which he loadju IIC ABUAIGN9 OONCJRB. 1 reel Uiat we omitted some important tilings winch we ought to uavo done, and for wlijeli omission wc deserve the censure or the people, WlnUt it wag impossible, obstructed as wc were bv the President and the Copp...

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. — 13 September 1866

BY F. C. DTjyyiNGTOH & CO. Unity, U t Tri-Wccklr,87 J Wccltly, $5. THrRSBAT, SEPTEMBER 13, 1B66. OUIt OUTSIDE PACES. F'SST Paok. Speeches ef lhe!PreHentaiid secretary SgrABDat Louisville Another Howl from Tiiad. Stevbks. F rnTH Paw.. Tbe Dethroned Monarch, etc. ITERS OF GENERAL NHWK. Qold closed ia New York yesterday at 1.4 Sfi. Thirty mild of the continuance of the Nasb v.ilo and Northwestern Railroad between Hiek raan. Kentucky, and JohnMnville. Tepnessee, hav been completed, bringing tbe read within a few hules of Dresden, and within silly wile of Johnsonvillo. . Cholera has appeared at Atlanta and Augae ta. In both instances it fa traceable to the frh arrival of I'nitad Slate troupe. The Louisville Democrat of Friday mention ed the unfortunate self-destruction of Mia Sue 15lhx, of Bardstewn, an intimation was given that tili terrible tragedy proceeded from a desire to hide her shame. Thoeerti&eatejofDrr. Jo F. Hu-khax, A. Crawfobd and N. B. Sixiioxs relieve the charaeler...

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. — 13 September 1866

n - 2; -0- TUPBSaAT, SEPTEMBER 13, I860. RATES OP All V'E HITS IXC .Proprietors of the morning papers of this W. for the purpose of establishing unirarmftr in the. rale nf i,i..ni.f.. JL i .1.1 following table -f charges, and obligate thera r" P.en;by to abide by tho name, to take effect TlW"'r)tiiB8 Oil LWS TO C0SSTITBT1C A SQUARE. Square, l day. 21 00-ash add'l insertion S 50 1 Square, 1 week. 3 SO-eacli add'l square. - 2 00 lgquaro,2weeke,6HJ caehaddlsquare.--. 2 50 1 bquare, 3 week?. 8 to-each add'1 square. .. & 50 OSE TWO TUBES J10XTH. XOXTK8. XOXTB. uare S 9 00 812 00 4.H no uares IB 00 17 00 22 00 "WOO ; 2(X) 37 Oil 42 00 47 Wl 2 00 87 00 CSOO 67 00 72 (JO .77 00 8SO0 87 00 88 00 97 00 1000 107 00 112 00 117 00 122 00 127 00 IX 00 137 00 142 00 117 00 168 00 17 00 uarej JO 00 5eoo SS 00 41 00 Hi 00 MOO uarci-v4. ........ uares- uaros-uares- inares 02 m uares. DIM: 71 01 sooo 86 00 fi 00 98 00 Squares. IS Squares. a bquarcs . 15 Squares... lb squares. 104 00 110 00 UG 00 1...

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. — 13 September 1866

BANKERS & BROKERS. TINWAKE, &c. MEDICAL. COTTON FACTORS. BOOTS & SHOES. LOUISVILLE CARDS. nEnfrPTrpd - t rnTrrvn o tu ' VJi.VlSVAUASAXJl3, XIA.VUVXVO CX.C V 7 ' THE irrriinoxr.i moxakck. From the Memphis Commercial. Our great. Southern staple, colton.jpeems to be the peculiar object of legislative offi cial and unofficial oppression. The "king" has been diKarawncd, .dethroned, dwgraceuj but, as if this were not enough, his enemies, it appears, cannot be satisfied until lie is ut terly robbed and finally decapitated. Not until his snowy kingdom is utterly darkened and devastated, and. his royal hoary hoad rolls in the dust not until Hie sceptre has passed away from the South forever, does it appear that those Northern enemies of cot ton will be content to cease their systematic persecutions. ' Here inv Memphis, as we suppose else wlicre uiroughout the "South, the enginery of oppression has already been put.in mo tion r One day last week a cotton broker of this city had an...

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. — 14 September 1866

wamm ft -SB? 'si AN Till; NASHVII.L.K U.127.V I ANIM KDITOHS Jt PROPRIETORS. AMBKtUVN. OSes. IfoffiM ASM jlMIUUf Mil .Tr VoiuHtarvr Cfeureh aad Cherry ., ppesfce the Patt OAe ' StTBiril.i. ..it TJHMSS): Nsa 4ttow ftvux tho Tariotis counties of the 8U sprxnllydeireJ. KI'WHaaHfltettOsM should bo addrwod to (ho DaHy- iu a Tri-STeekly 7 11 giy 1, , ,,,, , Propertieeate rates fer ttwrter peswds. SnbseriptfoB invariably tas4nnee. VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FBI D At, SEPTEMBER 14, 1866. NO: 272. amirar ot the Unhx xvd AvbbiCix." UNION AMERICAN, I'lIIOAY, NI'tTJIJIlIIIlt If, 18CB. Mvnu to a jvoktiiiskx aiim. tCAAT TOIL SOUTIIUIl.V CIJ.VIOM. Prom the Metropolitan Heoord. OJiiOitAsviLLE, Ga August 20, 186ti. UEK" lar, and infer from it that you want to pell me one oljnur " Talent Universal Cotton OIiw and Cbiiderioers," At the oonimenee mentof cur civil war, p,o (tailed from the (ligllnpishetl civility of yor armies while invadlne our oountrv. uurnlnir our towns destroying machinery...

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 September 1866

V1 :v at ... . . wunU wuu gunman. I "BY P. C. DUinmTGIOH- & CO. i ii v : Df.Hr. Ctl; Trl.Wockly, 87; Wckiy,g3. I'RIPAY, SEITEMBEK 14, 1SOO. OTJU OUTSIDE PAOES. .ftjft Plan. Answer to a Northern Applicant fl&SwUwH Gwtom-Juileo Advoeale Haw 31 of Georgia How the Fenian l'ricen- . f PwagtirAog, Hosacc Gaxrr m a Vz&bcx tfWoNMtu, Pfuixins fer Omxtsm. ele. rams or GE.vrit.vi. sewh. t7eVI wfeced in NewYork yesterday ai 1.439& jlheraelere OUrwm. of tbe i th my : " Je SWK B. Davw, the venerable brother of oar ox- fafWrate Pratdent, has been pardoned by Qjfdeat Johnsok." The authorities of Mobile havo conveyed, at ( fris gift, three aerea of land wilbin the corporate Hontsef that oity for fie Interment of the dead dtfceTfoton array. .Mfe. S. Pktmm Kimj. daughter ef Judee BbxJbb, of South. Carolina ruined in eireum aianing wlhe war k jrliloc dnuatUe roadinc In ffiiflils.V Xerk. He. R. M. T. HtJKTgE. Virginia's dktin qkWud &x-ntor. is ltrlae quietly at his place injBseax, at...

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 September 1866

FRIDAY, SEPTEMRER 11, 1S0B. rates op advertising. .Thepraprfeters of the morning paper of this itVi I fll III ft htirttriBA ftf -i.1 . M i oil i f- ..nlfarmlf t. In .hfi 'nlna ArnrliravfUni lrn mAwl iiiuti rerdhLty? a,'llle y t' Eame 10 tako elect "TEN LSffM OE LH TO OOXSTITITK A SOU A RE. . I fejnara, 1 day. t 60 eaeh wM'l Inwtion $ SO 1 Sqnars, 1 week, S W tweti add'l jure. 2 00 JSifI.8 waalo. 6 00 eaeh add'l square. 2 SO l W-Met aiM'l square... W ' OSTB TWO THBBK mouth, vohth. uokthk . $ 9 00 $12 00 14 f 178 29 00 W srw 32 69 57 W 42 4J9 47 69 ftioo 57 00 taw 7 00 72 00 77 00 82 00 87 00 eoo OH Ht 09 107 08 112 08 117 89 122 0ft 127 00 132 00 137 00 142 00 147 00 1WC0 187 00 56 OU 32 8 SS Of) 41 08 (W 03 PR 08 02 00 ISS Oil 74 09 Mi Oil W 2 68 woo 104 00 118 0!) lhtW 112 00 IS 09 131 00 140 09 UtM 'ttSTX) 158 00 1S4 00 178 00 176 00 182 00 moo AdverttfetBenU fMerted J timeea week(eod) for a martin of tefMter period, will be charged two Ur1r4of JLkVleretai. AdnrtlAueeU twlee a wee...

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 September 1866

1 9 I Linton iwxft mtxtm. iiokack ORBBMST AS A PACiri- OATOH. Whenever there in a political "nitis," Sbbkley inevitably turns upturn mediator. He is always anxious for peace. The most ngular fact is that be does more tiian any other one sum in the country te create the alienation and strife, which he pretends te "wish to head he is -good at raking a storm, but utterly feeble in stopping iU He prints in his Tribune of the 11th int., the follow ing, as the last illustration in point; I was one of the many wIm early appro ltendefl and unitromally deprecated a hrecch between Congress and tie President. Soon after our last Stale election and before the assembling of tlte present Congress, I went, not uninvited, tu Washington expressly te guard against such a difference. Being ad mitted loan interview with the President, I urged him to call to Washington the moot eminent and trusted expositors of Northern anti-slavery sentiment, and three equally eminent and representative Southern ex rob...

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