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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 15 September 1866

Vtutry eatemuRicatiot, oofitnirilnrititrri- er JloffertaufDPWt, MfitodTroirf any quarter. .Mvr. leUen, frim tko ruiou counties ef tha T!XRH5- dejired. . .HlWU"ut liens should bo addressed to the mfr f lite Ukiok 11 Amebioik." SATimAT, SBPTEJIBER 15, 1S0C. -a.J7CRYsSEAncii ru CA1TAIX MUIUKI) 'ritUASUItK-OPE- A correspondent of the New York Herald, iVTittnjj from Cheater. Malinnn far bay, iNova Saetfa, gives the following remarkable not- ratlve of Oak igland.'irtwhd wbicli there h wrapped eometlnnp of romance. The Hand is a small one on the south ooant of Nova SitK vfhere H is still believed lyr many persftrij that Copt. KnD, the notorioi pirate, lmr.ied thp baHc of his treasure. The writer fdatos that a century ago an old man resided in the then British colony of .N ew England, whose life had been wrap lMn mystery, but he wan always believed to bo one of Cant. KiddIs original rovers. When he died, the old man admitted that tim m&t&on was well founded ; that lie did belong to ...

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. — 15 September 1866

BY F. C. DTTffltTNGTON & CO. VY, .f 1 r Alela P.W-Y7aliVa- 0-7. tr..M- ( SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, IS, 1S0G. OTJR OUTSIDE PAGES. Futsr Pace. The Search for Capt. Kira'a r . t-i. c: il. i c i JftCSTH Page. Social Chances in the South ITEMS OF GENEKAIj SEWS. Gold closed in New York yesterday at 1.15. Tho Indianapolis Radicals nre trying to Secretary McCcixocn does not intend to yield to the pressure made open him to dispose ef a part of the geld in th e Treasury. It Is believed 'that the flow of geld from California will suffi ciently supply the demand, and tluco the pre tnium as rapidly as consistent with tho public Interests. An effort is being mado to indueo Hen. A. II. StirnExs to become a candidato for Governor of Georgia. Gen. Costs; e, a prominent Conservative ol dier. declines the eandidaey for Congress in the DctroiUMieh.) district. The Toledo (0.) Commercial is to be converted into a Conservative paper, supporting the Pre sident. Hon. Johji T. XTorrMAS, Mayor of New York, has...

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. — 15 September 1866

1 ANB SATTJRDAXt SETTEMBEB 15, 1808. HATES OF ADVERTISING. .The proprietors of the moraine papers or this city, for the purpose of establishing uniformity in the rates of advertising, havo agreed upon tho fallowing table of charges, and obligate them selves hereby to abide by tho same, to take effect from this date: TEN- LINKS OE LR88 TO COXBTmrtr. A KJPARK. 1 Square, I day. SI 00 each add'l insertion S JO J Olttare, 1 week. S SO eaeh add! square.-. 2 00 1 Square, X wvefc . 6 W eaeh add'l square.-. 2 SO I Square, t weeks.S 00 each add'l square...- 3 SO 1 &pM.r..Ll. 900 "moo 2 Squares. MOO 17 00 38 W 3 Squares 17 00 22 00 aS 00 4 Squares H IX) Ti M 3i 00 6 Suares-. j 09 St 00 33 K) 6 Square? , .t fj flO 37 03 44 00 7 Squares 01 00 M 00 8 Squares S7 W) 47 0( 56 00 5 Squares 41 00 W ft) 02 00 10 Squares 46 00 . 67 00 08 00 II Squares 44) 63 K 00 74 00 12 Squares - 00 07 00 bO 00 IS Squares- tn 00 WOO 6C 00 14 Square 61 00 77 00 92 00 15 Square m 00 82 09 IK 00 16 Squaros a) 00 87 0...

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. — 15 September 1866

MEDICAL, social citaxges 'rite somrir. From tho 'Sett Orleans Crescent. y "When the hilorj of" th$ tle rar is, writ ten as it should be, and all' its interesting facts are made known and digested, what, perhaps more, than f any other subject, -will attract the attention of thinkers wifl be the effect produced by so wide a spread of ruin upon the subsequent morals and manners of ihe Southern people. What evideneeajthey gave of heroism in sacrificing wealth as well as life upon the altar of patriotism in what manner thuy onaured the petty miseries of poverty; how many families disappeared to be known in the first social walks of life no more ; how many of the children of those who were thus mined became vagabonds or prostitutes; bow many showed that the en emy and virtues of their ancestors still lived in their descendants, and resolutely proved that they oould acquire wealth by their own efforts, as well as adorn the posi tion that had been bequeathed them by dh ow: would be rather c...

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 September 1866

' -"i-fr s-j i m - 1-1 ,lt""''"'"'""'""l"illj'"""""" "" ""'""?M'-Ui -...iibi mum ii -"' t--"-1 - """""S? ' " """'"''m'SiSim - ! nrmiinlnwir-iiiriiii "Mx A TT irt TT1TT S "M: T " - -y n 7 -. rZZT ZZ T "' . . "' " SIHTOEJVj'KPPIUKTORts jTHEXASUVlI.tE DAlXr tTloX Voluntary communicat'oat, coBtiBini:intTi ft- 'r oHtoportaot new. kM riled from any quarter, letters from tbe various counties of the 4 jkumecMy T'iHfiAftAr.ifenj fceald be tAii&aei tilae WHHm t l Kb Uuok axd Ahbbioak.P. SUNDAY, NEPTimilUlt 10, ISOG. A Geaservative Voie from the Fourth Gr9E8ratioH of the "House of Braintree." KxrnAdrs j'koma' spkkoii i- john OttlN'CY ADA.HM AT l-A.VUIUI. HAM.. ' - ., ., , 1 Iiaveaaid tlmt Congress oeema willing to Indorlnilelv jWpene a restoration f the rtfJti. if 1 went not anxious to be stutli oMy moderate I di&ulil say tiat tbe most active ami lnuiientiat or its fpeakera and iieiwiiapwyj can ftirly V interpreted an ut terly opposed to any re-union at all. AVliat lse, i ask, can we c...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 16 September 1866

.yrTr .. . .. ..... A BY F. C. BUHHDfQTOEr & CO. Daily, Sl; Yrt.Wocuii87; WccUly.93. ouu ourfiinr. eauk.s. Fibst Paoe. BxtraoU from aSpeeeh ef Jons Qui soy Aits, et. Vwibth Pion. A Happy wife (Po4ry The Voice fnui God. etc iTX-us or general. xhs. OoW eieted io New Yorfcy etterday at LI4J4, Gor. Bollock has been re-Bouinated as the Radical eaaatoato forGorersor f Massachusetts. Tbi esceHesoeot at SCadnoa. I ehI.so Benefit oa tho President's visit, did not at oae tabttde oo iris 'defHurlare. Later in llie day there was somewhat of a rowo the leree. The Jonxsos men's eannou vrartLretvn !dU the river. The Leaden Timet pronounce the Maxi- milia.s Mexican Umpire a failure. J. W. Bates, fermerjy a clerk at the head quarter ef Oea. R. E. Lcs. was recently kicked to death at Lnxbtwrc, Vs., by a Irally named sonar La.vowirk. The barber efOalveeton, Texas, kt dosing upwithlanH. Light dnwght reette ertmnd is the channel where thero was fenntrXr a depth of twenty feet. Tbey httVo "had a mise...

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 September 1866

1 Sate V 1 STJNBAY, SEPTEMBER 10718007 RATES. OS" ADVERTISING. aarraprijsWM ef the rnorning-pBporkiif tbLa .for iheJlmrnnlenr cvtAhl!hln?'nnfrorreltrn follSWlBr-TShin f fh.ri-M, in'ri nhll-nttd-t WTn pamtr to antae by tho unto, to take effect Hum muiaaie: TlJXEl?Hf5E TO OeJfBTiTUTK X HqdVeK? mart. 1 day, 1 OO-c-aeh addl inner lien $ SO luaro, 1 tree. 3 60 cash nrtd'l square.-. 2 00 guare. 5 weeks, 6 ( each ailil l square... 2 50 , wwa,3 eu eten aim i square. 3 ao TWO THBE voVtitg. jiflvrus. 112 m $14 00 100 SCO J 7 W 37 00 20 00 41 GO SO 00 42 00 47 00 ffuaras in ore . H Hares - . SAW mm am a m a oo fit 00 74 00 SO 00 turn vi 00 SH 00 67 00 72 00 .77 00 $i no am M0 87 00 162 00 ' 117 00 124 00 127 00 IK 00 IS7 00 142 00 141 08 IK 00 157 00 14 S4Mres.. rs....... . ...... )uara(- fiuares- 104 m i uaregiwav . ti .Ju. A. i7R 00 116 00 122 m 12 00 154 00 140 00 146 00 US 00 '168 00 lftl 00 1T. HW 176 00 182 m 18S 00 t Barest.. uares luares )nares guare aunrsa Advertisements inserledS tim...

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 September 1866

Mxm anil 'Smtrijcan. A HAPPY WIFE. TChile onboubjof of frorjienjrh) can be re exquisitely ueauniui nan we tallowing song t welli up from Uio heart or a happy wife. No heart Mre aWj "twining. A husbWl.'i.v i and protects, her, his tenderness hedges her teaptatioB. Sunshine ever Bias golden Geeks at dsor and winduw. aad happy birds carol in tite neighboring trees. Her path ii at rewn with flowers, aad her tone in a refrain of (be houte boW chart Jbepavcu-on-erth ia which she And hi ler (lis the lire of a manhood, WbftM Ilfttts'a'living prayer. d-im V I Iirtu plighted tar woman s affoetWas. t baro riv ea toy all in all. And the flan-era ef a daily eenteutinefit .Renew tbeir tweet live ere tbe Ml. And yet like an instrument precious, Tbat playeth an olden tune. My heart in tbe midst of its bleating. Goes back to a day in June To a day'vrhe&hat-ft-Uh' the hrabche . 'ttteodbyaeileatttrnanW' t 1 And 'taw in iu basest aa Aaagc . .t 1 1 M one teeth n-feeoin a. dream. , ,, ,1 I would not ...

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 September 1866

r t 7 JaaaMBaMMMBMaeapmMaaaiBaeaaaawacBiiiiiiiMiiiiiiii iiiii P. O. TJNNIXGTON fc CO.J rt - EDITORS & PROPRIETORS. VolnntuycommonleaUoBs. containing interest ng or important nm srJlsitod from any quarter. Newi letter from the various counties of the State especially desired. All communication should be addressed to the Kditors of the Uxtox and Axibicaic." TUESDAY, SKPXCaiJUCR 18, 1800. 1XTERESTITG FROM MCXICO-COV. HARRIS, GEXERALS I'RICE AXD SHELBY, JUmCf OLDHAM, AMI OTHERS. From the Memphis Avalanche. For the graphic description of affairs in and about Cordova nottlru&nt, we are in debted to Mr. W- WAIAKSstAIit who nas just rctarncd alter a stay of six months in that country. Upon arriving at Vera Cruz (about the 25th of March last), hefound it necessary to secure protective papers from the French Agent of Colonization, stationed there for that purpose. Those en route for Cordova started from Vera Cruz for Paso del Macha, thence by stage to Cordova, arriving ot una point al...

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 September 1866

- - W' - .OTiBgafcfyr JLftwwMawaMwg -rear- : 1 11 - V jrou tut Emmtftftr; P. C. JTTNKIHGTOy & CO. y,$l4; TrU'ttoeUly, 87; Wccfely.gS. SjmESAT,f5ElXEMBEU 18, 1860; OUR OtrSIDE PAGES. i-IiitefUns from Mexloe-GEEr Secession Piodges History of Baropean rentvHi In Mexico 5cn. Thatkr and the : T Union Men in Arkansei. etc. rtm Task. A- DGuble-lindsr AH Abval ,tc, ITEHS OF ilENCKAYi SEWS. 1H e5oc4 in Now York yesterday at 1.45. 2t 5b report edM hat Secretary SjSward will i TltityiDglanJ. "Alhsaxdkk, tbc great KenteeWy it oak raiser. purchased 16,000 aeres of land in Illlnoia for POO. Mr. M. L. Scluvakt. from whom ho bated, still owns land enough lo malic one i Cenoan Principalities. lie New York (Hipper says that Joe Coisebk Hi;eak are likely to meet in the prize ring distant day for a large stake. The deaths in Memphis last week wero!7& al which were from cholera. Mn. Ltscols k to winter iilXew York. CMi is declared aacpidea!e la Memphis. Bishop Tmok, of Rochester- has announced t...

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 September 1866

ttsfikeiS6Bi TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1M0. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ThoproSrietor oftho moraine paper Cd" Ihl jpv. iouia purpose or establishing vnuJormtty to ffiS rr of advertising, have screed Upon the IWIowlng table ef charges, and obligate them ana obllg jsanA to selves hereby to abide by the satr& to take effect ?HX UOTtB OK LESS TO GOiCSTITUR A SQCARE. 1 Miitra, 1 day, tl 09 eaoh add'l insertion S M i eguare, 1 wees, 3 60 each addl square.-.. 2 00 MHtitmtki.(i 00 each add'l square.-.- 2 50 1 Square, S weeks, 8 00 oaeh add'l square 3 CO -ONE itoxfR. $900 13 00 17 00 SI W at 00 SB 80 S3 00 37 09 , 41 00 46 00 49 00 00 87 00 00 (BOO O0 TJfe) 77 09 81 00 two TREES MOVTHR. ItDVTHC 512 00 $14 W 17 00 30 00 200 27-00 S 00 37 00 42 00 47 00 00 37 00 ttOO m 00 7S09 77 00 asoo 87 00 U2fl0 97 00 IBS 00 107 00 1U00 117 00 iSoo 127.00 vst oo 17 09 i oo 147 00 , moo 167 09 26 00 n 44 00 ftO 00 50 00 74 00 80 00 86 00 WOO 9S 00 116 00 123 00 13 00 131 00 140 00 I4fi oo 98 00 97 00 101 00 106 ...

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 September 1866

' A 3OttaI.,iBXDEIt. N'o time can efface tbe taint of the Beast, liver reaaeiaber'd the ship.froin tho-llsst ; Who plunder'd yourihomcs, by dsy&nd'hy Night, On spoils his delight, nod h el pleas to Fright. Kare, cvtb in Turkey, was c'crtuehu ltrute; J-ike a garage he rulM, troadlusall Under foot; hvena$re wtU. thapamoof tbo plunderingTyaaen Avail far rajtr&adh, and the vilest I.aipwn ; Xsmc Aajtion the name but to ieoratc: '.laf4rd of infamy this is thy 2 tale ! AIXAIIOUT WOMKX. Women, as a general rule, are not useful ly educated in this country. They are chief ly tauglit those accomplishments which the experience of their mothers has proven to he best calculated to attract yaung.men, and consequently to insure husband. Mtwic. daneing; French, and Italian are considered indispensable to the "finish" of any young lady, in theae degenerate days, hut the more solid qualities which, in the olden time, were esteemed oo necessary in the female cata logue of charms in the "good ol...

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 September 1866

4na "F. C. D'UltaltfGTOX it CO EDITORS 4 PROT'RIETOKS. Voluntary eommunicat'oES, containing interwt ntOi important nsws, sU;ited from any quarter, SP letteK from tlx various counties oCfth BJaJosjiejiallydejireJ. "frwrainunications should be addressed Urth " (editors of the Usios .axd Amebicak." Stlnfott nntf wman WEDNESDAY, NEITEMBER 10, XtGO. The University of the South, TKe'Sewanft,4) Divinity School and the 1?Collcge Opened. Dedication of (be Ilullilliiir. nnd In tcrcstlnc; IiintiKtirnl Ceremonies. f TUB DUILDLSCf; . .: Fremiti! a Winchester Home Journal, 1Mb J ?A craml lay for Tennessee, andjall tlift Dioecses of the South, was Monday, the 3d or September. Hie nun rose in all iU brightness, the air was balmy fragrant with the breath OP flowers, laden with the song; ot birds, as a new era dawned tor Uie pleas ant town of Winchester, lfv the untiring oflbrU of the noble Bishop of Tennessee, tlie first school, or college, of the University of the boutli has now been successfully o...

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 September 1866

iCliuon unit wm BY P. C. DUHUINGTON & CO. OMIy, 811; Trt.WccUly,87; Wcchly,83. WEDNESDAY, HEPTEMBEn 10, 18C0. OUK OUTSIDE PAGES. West Paor. The University of the South- Letter fmn llRNBT J.IUTMOKDtollMUCRGBEE- let The Joimetewn Accident Important Lagal Dcotfien. Fourth t'-ies. Whither DrifUw: Wiluam LaWKeM, ef Seuth Carolina. ITE3IS OF GEXEUAE NEWS. GeM elated id New York yeet onlay at l.. Admiral I'abbaWT has eano to New York. The effieea ef the Philadelphia Pentane have rewired 10 Veep aloof frein pellttet. vatlne enly fortueh candidates as are friendly to the object f the brotherhood. Information hi reeehreil from California that 4te Panama railroad has been told to an Ed glue ettsnanr. rroiUenl JoHsaoK cave Cvo hundred dollars for the retief f the injured by the Johnttown ac cident. PrivAle odrfeoe received alNcw Orleans from the easrar region state that a fair but not fall crop Of ease will he gathered: but thcro will be a Brett detaand fc seed eanc, whieh wHI make the Mine...

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 September 1866

f f--- . .. iIH;.- .,l -.-.- ..... . '"" - ' " " " vf T'" - ' . .. ..-. - - .., --- J3j"f .iff ir irmlMUli i. . I mm rw.li,vr. xM.-m - 1 l. i , , . , ft I Infant atut amwiwti. TO3IXESDAT, SEPTEMBER 10, ISCG. SLATES OF ADVEKTLSIXG. .The proprietors of the moraine papers of this city, fer the purpose of establishing uniformity in the , rates of advertising, have agreed upon the following table ef charges, and obligate ihem solvos hereby to abide by the same, to take effect irern ibis dato: TISX LINES OB IMS TO COS8TITCTE A KJUAEH. 1 Square. 1 day, SI 00 each cdd'l insertion $ 50 1 Square. 1 week. sjQ eaeh add'l square. 2 00 1 Square, 2 weeks. 6 00 eaeh add'l square. 2 50 a oquare, a weeKt,B uj eaen aau i square. a W OXK TWO IHKEE MONTH. VOKIlMt. UatHifi saw Sst.- i II VI 22 09 IX) 32 47 00 fC set) 98 57 00 5 aa oo 74 87 00 SO no ,m 77 CO S as oo 87 00 101 9s co no U7 00 116 192 00 122 107 00 IS i US 00 184 i 117 00 140 i 122 00 14Si 17 00 152 l is go rrii is? oo ist 1 00 170 I ItrOO 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. — 19 September 1866

t r "BANKERS 'BROKERS. . -gfflSTOiBte .UmmSr-A HOTTO- ; i . . ... i ... . , i i -w- vAiiui i v"ripi!fliK i ivvwi-r;ii i ii Licirnnvrtn, - . .j, r i - i - . .. , . . whither xmirrnra. .Fwa thaCinctnhttli Reeairer. , 1 t' . , . .. ' I'arson U bowk low made two speeeties lost Saturday night, in Philadelphia; one to a select and confides tial part efi the raem here of the Loyal League, the 'other to a crowd outside tiie bnilding. Tho reforter of th&Simisv Hmfeript say that, at the close ef Jlwaddreas in the rcdalng-room : Mr. Browxlow Mated that tho loyal people of Tennessee had been organized in to ailitin,' and that he had made arrange ment with Northern Governors for 15,000 stand of anna and plenty of ammunition, and that a demand would be made on Andy Johnson for their righto. The President would, of course, refuse, when the loyal Ten neoeeeang -would fall back on those right, and fight it out. As for himself, he would . Wallier-hang to a lamp post in the street of V-l.tll " T- ...

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. — 20 September 1866

Jy.JJ.SSr-'J.am. -Matt', "-mmmtrnm w.tmm n siiis.. w. n mmmimi1!m imm jjiiihw ' )..,. ,x , .,,. VB j- Jm-r tfa at , - '1 . V ,f T m !B - . m Wl ' m Ml 1.J ' H I! ' 111 V ' Aittie.. SUiMiilniJLf aintMiBt.MiLi 2 i .. vUl B J - ! I I Ml 3B W I - l ml V - m I , I . . m - lone. u-.-. a -uu , , , . ' -Jfi. X JL1 If ... . , ,v ... ,j . tW - i i , , T- , . r y . I n.u- . . T - . . -: - - - - . ' . . I ' nj eft - ,J iU., ' eokly 6C Vela tf ottHdpoftaat nrwifr lhftfrobllAhr quarter! letter front lb various counliocof the te capesially desired. -"H)iuuaittions should be addressed to tbe Wiler of tbo Ukiox xkd Akekicak." fOLtTME XXXIII. NASHyjLLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY,' SEPTEMBER 20, 1S66. THURSDAY. fiErTKVUER 20, 1CC. rtrt I ; l.; i,t gi Treason in tliQ State Courts. JlabeaT s Case in the 5th. Circuit course, that if nracinc war acainst a state is waging war ngainRl the United States, then the commiwion of trcapon. by vrasin? war agaitutt a, State, is Ilia oomtnifwion of treason against tile Un...

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. — 20 September 1866

HWim ami mmm. BY F. C. BTONIKGTON" & CO. Dally. 8X1; TrMVM!ltlrt87; Weekly. S3. THUKSnAY, SEPTEMBEK 20, 1800. oun oursinr. vxtivs. , Piasrr Pabb. MeresUns Legal Taper. Treason i the Siaje Court. Vtmitft FAflcToetry. "Weighing Uic Baby.' items ofenkuai. sews. XU colored BpUU of the United States bare erganlred, a General Missionary .A sseeiation. , whiefa reeentli'met at Richmond. The colored i Baptists preier jenarato denominational organi- zailea to a union with the Northern or Southern CIm relies. Ike Americas Coloniiation Society bare re- eratly .IhuI appli-tn from fcVW celered persons to id tbew in their parpotc to emigrate to Liberia, Tbo Grand Jary of the Uniled State Dis trial Oourt at Balfimere ba made presentment of JotUte Thihiis IVatcinr, ef Washington County. Maryland, tr refusing to take tbo testimony or oathefLooiKBA Wahnec. oelered. who charges a certain white man with committing an outra- geew assault en br. A writer In tbo J eHersen (Texas) JJuHetin, of the lit,...

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. — 20 September 1866

o THURSDAY, KEPTEMltEU 20, ISGO. KATES Or ADVEIITISIXU. jJie proprietors of the morning papers of till city, forthe purpose ef establishing uniformity In the' ratoa of ad vert til nr. have agreed unon tha lellewing table of charges, and obligate tliwn- eeivcs Hereby to abide by the tame, to tako effeet uuuijiuus aatos TUX LISBR OR LESS TO OBKST1TPTB A SOfJABK. i fiquarc, I day, $1 me&rh add" insertion S SO 1 Square, 1 week, 3 5() each add'I square.... 2 fO 1 Square, 2 weeks. 6 00 each add'! square.- . 2 ) 1 Square, S weeks,8 80 each add'l square. - 3 SO Tiro TKUEE MOXTH. saw is to irtro aw 25 ID CO 33 00 S7 00 41 CD 4500 49 09 65 00 57 00 l 01) m oo moo 7S00 77 00 81 00 86 00 89 00 ftl 00 97 00 101 00 105 W iraoo US 00 117 00 121 00 125 00 SIX 00 $14 00 17 00 20 00 IBjOO 3210 ss no 22 00 SW rem 37 oo 42 O) 47 a m oo S7 00" 62 00 87 00 72 00 T7 09 82 00 41 oo i oo fgoo moo mm 74 CO so oo 80 00 92 00 WOO 164 00 116 00 IKi 00 ei 97 00 MB 00 107 00 112 00 117 00 122 00 127 00 132 00...

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. — 20 September 1866

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