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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 21 September 1866

CO. f - 1 iPirti Rf 4 PROPRIETORS. BupH-ftiig os. coataiuing imerwi - ttntTHr vrl. Vi lto-1 froaunay quarter. tot? Cram tbs-ranos oeuniicBirUfeetl esftoeieriy denroj. 1 vll eemsHunioations should be addressed to the Wi'nrs ef Uio Ukiox akd Avbshuk." min.vY, mectehiiek si. iscc. ,a liAiM UJ.riu.lv AVJJ AMJlittIUAI'"v.: iVASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. "PRTIUV SttWi7MTcT?r 01 10 ' . , .. '.. '. ... . . 11 - iTT Tiwiwiiiiiimtii? KJJIJL JLJUlU.XJXJXf & lOUU. ,, NO 7S I VOLUME XXXIII. rr: Oonservatismfa'tue Fourth District. ai . : lificallon Meeting TuUahoma. at Speeches by Hon. Ed. Cooper, and A. f S. Colyar, Esqf ; , Gerrespono'enee of tho Union ad'Ameril.j' ; Tl'LLAHOMA. Sent. 18. I860. I was one 01 a ave caused towxs jnautiitcd ic men of nroDcriy imliscrimi- Datolr. who were not of their naliticK. .1 fu?t of law suite which, a a Byglein of legal rob bery, lmve no parallel in the history of this iortanv other ctfUnlrvi. ' In the country whore they had the strength they hare combined and dri...

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. — 21 September 1866

3iiu0u and SwmjWtt. Y F. C. DUHNINGTOH" & CO. nnilx, 811; Trl-WcolOy, 87; Weekly-, 83. 1'KIDAT, BHFTTjMRER 21, 1806. OCR OBTSIDE PACSBi. - Aw rAaapitfeM of Hon. H. Oowrna Mi Hen. A. a Ooj.tab at the Grand Mm Meet- Fourth Paoc IIkxet Wilsok, of Maesacliu 9etf. a 0fior A Deg Story. oU. ITEMS Or GENERAL iEWS. QeW eleeed In New York yeetenUy at l.ltX. Tlio KewJorwr LesMatoic, en Thursday, rfeeled Hon. Autx. 0. Cavtkix, a Radical United Ateta Senator. Hfc-Rer. J. C. Holla, formerly of the !MeOdit raltiMtir, died of dial era in MempuW, a fewdays eisee. - - ReierU ef the eotton crop lrem MlMMppi and LeuWoaa o&Htlfiue vwy unfavorable. CfliWtroMBR Gibs, a wealthy fat- builer of New York, ha feapdjhat tho lav is no respeeter frfpereeB. In his caSv at least, lie u connoted of aviaiatien of tho health ordinances, fined five .hundred dellor?, andtntervei tothcrcnlUsntlarr tWctxpaentba. lie appealed from thtsete&ee, hat Judge Sstheblamu affirmed it, and he b bow on Dlookwell'i IeUnd, ...

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. — 21 September 1866

'WttWWi II SB .-. ritlDAT, SEPTEMBER 21, 1800. . ; JRATES OP ADVERTISING. .Tie proprietors of the morning papers of this olty, for the purpose of establishing uniformity in r it j4 Jt edvertising, have agreed upon the lellowfng table of charges, and obligate tbeoi- . I .. t. t A 1 I n . . .. ninunn iu aoiuo uy uiesarae, to unto oflect rem lots aaie: TBlt UHB8 OB LK88 TO OONBTITUTK A S4UARK. l gqaara, 1 day, SI CO eaeh add'1 insertion S 50 I Square, 1 week. 3 50 each addl square 2 00 1 Square, S weeks. 6 08 each add"l square.-. 2 .'fl 1-Squure, 3-weeks.o CO each addl square. 3 60 1 SquwA,.-...,.... qaare4--.-'- 4 ituSrS 21 (X) 5 fottore - 35 ft) Iferee- i) 00 WtumXi .IS 00 rafBVSJL. rno 9 Squires 41 oo IB Squares A5 00 11 glares 49 m, IS Squares ffl jj It Square 57 09 11 Square.....- fil. 00 IB Square Bfi W) IB-Square 09 69 Squares , 3(M 18 Square gi (10 20 Squares- 8S 00 21 Squares ( 00 ,22, Sq uari.. (x) 3 SsuarV . ... 9J Qp 34 Square 1G1 00 J Square.. Muares .T. 20 Square W Square...

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. — 21 September 1866

r ncsitY vraxsox, of Massachu setts, a CUTSET. Prom the New Orleans Picayune. A correspondent sends us the frflew5ig. This accounts for the WHeHtieh oonikwt of Wilson : ... Messes. ISwtw Ymt seated in your paper a uliert UmerfM tket HjwrtWil 'K8 (Alftsaaaiii Stealer) name "vrac original! Coi.HA.TH, mid that lie had his name ckasged from Colbatii to what it now ia mm. is (lie feet; and the change was made by an act of the Legislature of Slassa clnrettfi. Colbatii was the name of a family of Gipsied, whose wanderings were mostly in New Hampshire, of which family he ww one. .Whether lie wandered off from the latlor State alene, or whether ihe farui- N in tlieir vaerancr. cot into .Mama choseUs and Uiere dropped their JlBNttr, 1 know not. Suffice it to say, lie got there and swell was hk origin, and when he one day saw himself growing great, ho thought it brt to hidehis origin by shuffling off his Gipsey name. But the man did not taus change his nature. His vagrancy has not left him. li...

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. — 22 September 1866

IS 11-l-riM-Hlll-MIIIB-iM MMSilMM-milll mt I I I . . P. C. DUNJflNGTOJf A CO. EDITORS & PROPRIETORS. Voluntary commanieatoas. containing iuterwt otymp9rtant.r.wt, wJbitcd from any q mirier, t&33 tetters, ircm ut various counties. 01 '.KJtrapcaUy desire. H eoinmunlcauons siould be addressed to th Editors of the Ukiox asd Amkicix." UBMHAJCIIII II I III II II I i II H HXviwyl awl mtxxmx. SATURDAY, KEPTEHUEB 22, 1S0G. East Tennessee Gonvention Tho; Great Batification Mooting at . Knorvillo, jtctter from the President. JFXItSTDA YSFJtOCJ2EDI2fGS Fram the Knoxvillo Commercial.! Pbably there nev.or was a more - grand or unposlng .t&semb.ago,.in,the dtof Knox vilfe since the settlement of the country. At 9 A. st. the BtreeU were (hroneed with thousand of those who had come to join the granu demonstration. At tno Appointed nine me 'procession was lorrncd. Tho ar rangements were most complete. The car containing thirty-six: young ladies was grand feature. Thirtr-six rouue ladies. ...

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. — 22 September 1866

BY P. C. BTOJIHGTOy & CO. Pally, 814; Trl-WccUIy, 87; Weekly, 83. SATltnD.VV, HEITKHRCU 22, 1S80. onu outside 1'Jl.ots." i'iBW Frseeeitsg of tho Conservative i M rwjtM t KaaxrWle-Revelt of the Polish. 1 I'lefin PaWtc Linda in tho South U- as4 JAOC89r 'lathering Cotton, cte. ' PtfqefH IUbe Aniwer tor" Call " Losson for -folding Alether, etc items or general kewh. Geld closed in Now York yesterday at l.Jfi. Jm S. Simuis, merchant of Jacksonville, presented to that eity alt interest en eoa pom wbtofa be held as interest en the city's rsDrSad beads, that aecrued from 2M February, US, to the JSth November. 18SS. Private adviees reeelved at New Orleans frew the sugar region slate that a fair, but not a loll orepof enne will be catherod : bat there will be a great demand for seed cane, whieh will make tho sugar erep small. Last year tho people of England paid to re ligions ioMKutiens 82,800,009, and the Uz on spirits paid te tho Government amounted 16 $70, 000,000. On Uh lth ultimo 20,...

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. — 22 September 1866

3835558 ess St.tttiY-) UrT 3 mrtv4 REWiBDKE'sOooKT.-The sudden change in the CA3VDIDATES. I Mil V PT I D V 1 VI HAUU DDll II ITfUn?. TMQrpTmnrninAT irronnTT omnnn ! trrnnmr . nAr.i T "' '"' S5S53 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1SC8. J, , 3tTES OF ADVERTISING. The propriotori or the morulas papers of this city, for the purpose of establishing uniformity in I the rate of advertising, hare agreed upon the following table of charges, and obligate them selves hereby ta abido by the nunc, to tako effect Irom this dale: TEX USES OK LESS TA COXSTITCTR A SQUABE, 1 Square, 1 day, SI 00 cash add'l insertion S 50 1 Square, 1 neck, 3 50 each addl square- 2 00 , 1 Square, t wceki, 6 00 each add'l square. Z 60 1 Square, 3 weeks. 8 U ease addl square. 3 CO O.NE TWO TnEEC VOXTIL, MONTHS. UOVTIIU. SHOO .S12 00 $1(00 tuares . 13 00 17 UU 22 00 27 09 X! 10 ST 00 48 00 47 S2 00 67 00 20 00 24 00 32 00 17 00 21 00 26 00 23 00 31100 57 01 41 no 45 III) '48 00 Quaroa . quares ltiarej. 3S 00 44 00 U) 00 esoo 82 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. — 22 September 1866

4t4watt ami- gmwnu. ANSWER TO A "CAIX." A clerical friend pen (la this unique answer. , p p. -can?- iuo iouon-inc anawecJUMian lially, with name omitted, was reewtly re turned to a "call" extended through a home mlfrionsry figent 16 aiyonng minuter "to side" "in lite interior of one of the Western Stale: Dk.ui 1! bother Allow ma to group a TWobJeclioria against ging to 1 speak bj the card. "J. You .know that State is considered the vftrst one in the Union, that county the worst in the State, that town the wo ret in the county, and that neighborhood lias the worst h of men in town. One man there is Vmeli a ton of Belial that a man cannot speak to liini.' (1 Sam., xxv. 17.) He in considered. Ji8werer,the bert man in town. The prophet Samitkl bad aim the advantage in bia day in that Nabal had a good wife, but this raan'a wife is worse than himself. 'The Lord'ata) smote NabAx that he died but tbisraan and his wife are still alive. You are right when you call it 'rather a roagh country, ...

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. — 23 September 1866

CO. 1U PitOl'KIKTuKS. VjnfSryjmmnntcattoa, containing interest -Honl m uertiiii n t m. re.il .ftJ from any uuarter. 5 ifiSi -letters frem tbo variooj''c6untieof tho I S-te especially desired. ll fotHmuaiealions should be (ulJrewnl to tbo ' " Mtanr of tbe Umox axd Amkricax." kund.w, neptehder ss, iscc. generae innrs application for PARDON INTERESTING CORRES- Fmm tho Katlanal Intelliirenoer.l nnfiJSoJHtTKttS AEMIB8 UNITED STATIH. WASiustfroji, D. C, June 20, 18C5. Giat- BnALlt. E. Lkji IlicirMOXD. VinoiNiA Gbkurax: Your communication of date the 13th inst.. Mating the sleiw you had tnkerLafler reeding the JLVwidenl'M procla- niaflSru of the 2uth nlL,:witli the view -of comrilvmc trlth its nrovlalotin. when von learned that, withJbUiew, ydjf Vera to bejin-s foil:; that you had supposed that the ofli- J .t r - .1 asm ana men oi uie army ui j.uriuoru Vir ginia were, by the terms of their surrender, protected by .tlio United States Government irom molestation, so long as tney coniormed to...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 23 September 1866

Slttifltt audi gwmnm BY P. 0. DTJTiHTNGTON & CO. Daily, 91 t Trl-Wcckly, 87; Wcchly.83. NUXIAY, SEPTKMBEtt 23, I860. oun OUTSIDE PAGES. I'ibst Pack. Gen. Lek's Application far P ar il rm. Interesting Correspondcnte BnceU ofTr'ar B Railroads Gen. Bctlee from a Democratic Point of View, ete, etc Pimttu ViBt.Sbw-Hnz Aeeiaemt Is the WoridGtwrivelArcer. etc. rrnsiH op uexekai. sews. Geld elesed In New York yesterdxy at The DarllnctOB. (S. C.) Stuthcrncr saw that there ii a movement an band amonc the freed men ef tfeat place to set up a petition to the Preridetit r the withdrawal of the military, tho aWUtien of provost courts, and patting a stop to the interference of theBareau with tbo affairs of the blacks. A Baorbar ef the BiUUUri ef the Ohio Con ferenee f the MetbodlH PretesiaBt Chnreh recently beMa meetUcinSamnl. and resolved, after earnest discussion, taat they wool! deelino taking appMetmenU thif prefect year unless they were assared a salary of at least $1,000. flen. Beik-g ha...

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. — 23 September 1866

SUNDAT, SEPTEMnER 23, 18C0. if THE CITY. j cnuncii innrxTouv. FcKDKKtcc FiTzeiEiLD. Wednesday morning FIRST CUMBERLAND PRKSBYTERIAN CHURCH, West Mue Summer street, cor. Cum land Allay, between Chureh and Broad streets. ' Itcv. A. J.Biird, Pastor, may bo found in his office Id the front part of tbe Chureh doringtho week from 3 to o r. u. cervices m iu4 a. w. ana BRYTERTAX CHURCH. SaulL-sut igerneret Chu lasrserM tiuuren ana ourainereireei.i.ev. iv. r. flan ting. Pastor, Residence at the Parsonage, Summer street. Service atlO) v. and Hl4 r.M xnt SYw at ntahl. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Kast aide cummer street, between. T'nion ami Deaderiek etreeis. Iter. Dr. ft. 15. C. Howell. Pastor. Rewdeneo No. U North bummer street: bervicesatll A. v. SPRING tfTRHET BAI'TIST .CHURCH. Polk Avenue. Rev. D. W. Phillips. Pastor. Resi dence at eerner Sprues and Cedar streets : Ser vieiM H1 i, v. and 7 P. v. CHHRRY STREKT BAI'TIST CHURCH, orner of Cherry and Kim street. Rev. T. U, ileKee, Parlors Serviees at...

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. — 23 September 1866

Virion anil Smwiatt 8KOCUING ACCZKNT. ( , , ? A Iiope.wn.lkcr Falls Forty Fcct-IIl Injuries rrobnbly fatal. Correspond enee of the Detroit Free Prow. , Oobcxxa, Sent IS. Josetii W. GoRiiiit U the son of Jkitha M. Goriiam. The father, who is a merchant in the village o Newburgli, county of Snhwasteec, entered into partnership with his son, who has been practicing on the tight rope for some time, and yesterday commenced giving his third public exhibition at this place, stretching a rope from the roof of Mr. McAbthdrs brick block to the-cupola of the court-houwy some forty feet from the ground. At Jialf pwt five o'clock in the afternoon he made Lis appearance in costume on the reof to the adininng crowd, and commenced the exhi bition of his feaU, which were nearly as well done as could be by the actively trained monkey. The exhibition was continued about half an lHir. He then commenced Uits feat of balancing himself on his bacK on the rope, and sliding on neau uownwaru, . ratnh the ron...

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. — 25 September 1866

r EDITORS A PROPRIETORS. VolunUrr ooumunteat'oas.oaBU.iBiticiBtertMC- iiB or important news. Visited frsra any quarter. New, letters frcsi tho various counties of the Slate wpeeiaHy d erred. All comraunleaUens should be addressed to tho ' Editors ef the Unio xvo Amksioik." Hilt it 2tit(t illCtiCltll cy"" " TUZSDAV, SEPTEMBER S3, 18C0. The Cleveland Convention. address to tiii: mi.dier.h axi naieouh or tiii: union. At the wion of the Soldiers' and Sailer' Convention .at Cleveland, on . Tu&vlay, Gen. GnondirP. Tkr from the Mrumtltwoii ad uresi reau the lollowin- which was ac cepted and adopted : Follow-eldiers and gallon -of the Array and ravy-oi tne union t More than fifteen months have elapsed since you Kerereleaxl lrom Use eervice and permitted to return to jour homes, with the assurance of the country that your work was done, and that the rebellion wag eubtitantial ly suppressed. For fotiryearn, on tlie ocean and in fields stretching from Gettysburg to Jew urieans, you had fon...

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. — 25 September 1866

BY P. C. DTJNHINQTOK & CO. DiUIy,!; Tri.WeckIr,87; Weekly, S3. Tuesday, septembeb m.isoo. oon outside pages. AJteiUaArew to thaSohgjera aad foil; J rsrfypUatM. J$l6mtS VtaMj-ne Vicissitudes rvf LJfe Cesi ,0Bnn Mate Battored to a Southern Charefe, ete? lTDIt.S. OP GENERAL MEWS. daW eiased In New York yesterdiy at 1.HJ A St Leuls dispateh a colored Woman. a B?aHj-lr. has JuH.diedtin that ety. of wfeara lti averred that' the gaVeJbirlh to a fun at tbc mw of eighty. 3wMWH!)u-eCK hufieeeplf dtJiii1tatiti to 4elivr Ihefledieatary nddrcei n tWe'earaple tion f Iba aaWiew monument in StoehbrMga, MMin0aben 1 TbSBth Carolina Lotirfatare has author ised the tklr af Charleston to iese "fire bonJu," U the anHWBt of feOuO.OOO. for the purpose re lurfMlnr ilia hurat district of that cill X&:flrifhipaieu elate that Hwtobi cetv( there Thursday evening was not a remrlc aietieee.'"The theatre Tras not full, and the audieBfe neither isj cultivated or fashionable as wa antUipated. Her Support was...

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. — 25 September 1866

TUESDAY, SEITEJIUER 23, 1K00. , - i BATES OF ADVEItTlSIXa. iiThwproprietora of the morning papers of this , , ntr. far the purpose or ceiaoiis-ing Boiiermuy id tbo n-Ccs or advertising, bare agreed upon tlia following table ef charges, and obligate them . .felvejhMtAy to abide by Jtho same, ta take effect 'ewfrorrTtbisdate: tf MXK1 OH LBSS TOOOXSTITCTX A CQDABK. 1 Square, 1 day, SI 00 each add'l insertion $ 1 Rinura.1 week- S jf) each add'l square. 2 1 Square. 2 weeks. 6 00 eneri add'l sunnre. 2 V) 1 Snuero. I weeks. 8 09-eecfe add 1 juare.... 3 50 ' " ' ttJCB TTTO THREE uawu uilimiib trnviii'' S 00 $12 U $11 03 All MU.HP, JtU,lUOi 3) 00 35 00 ai (jo as oo i 44 oo 00 mm 3X00 37 42 00 ta oo 57 00 ta Oil 67 00 72 00 77 00 92 00 J7 00 102 00 107 00 112 00 117 00 132 00 W7 00 132 00 147 W moo 17 00 BS00 so on 41 IB ... 46 09 ... 40 GO . S3 ft) lt 67 ft) ... 61 1W . (W 811 74 00 noro ft Oil Ms w f 00 73 00 77 00 J.iiS 116 00 f&So 122 M 12.-00 134 00 140 00 quares jnares. luares. auar...

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. — 25 September 1866

AfT'tr iurtt LmtiVtnt . ay (3 iiiTTn.i'it thbticissititde op XIIXAN IN CIDENT or TIIE PRESIDENTS BE CEPTION. President Pabz. of Vanc- stage in this city. lie icrc, aria tiie coruiniiiy die a nrofound iranrcflaion rgabscqucntly the " oneroc Aetr conduct, and during lit" itSCIICC tllBV ie-CiecieumiUi rewuwii. y an almost unanimous vote, and sent on a delegation of disdngHwhed men, on a Gov ernment YesksJ, for the purpose of bringing lack the General in a manner befitting his rani:. ' ' When tho delegation arrived in Nov York thev were ao gratified at their reception that they determined to and did give the city authorities a banquet at the Lafarge House. General pAra vas tho hero, tho "lion 'or the hour. It ra probably the proudest mo ment of Ids life. He returned to Venezuela, and his coun trymen, as fickle-minded as the ancient Athenians, soon tired of their idol, and he vras again banished. Ho came once more to this city, and has remained here ever since. He is now an exiled, friwi...

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. — 26 September 1866

C. llVKXXXiiTOIY V RDCeuiU- A t'KUl'RIBViRS. Voluntary eomisumc&t'oM. cosUislDS Ifltnrwt- c or important newt, w.lliitcd from any quarter. Nws letter (rem U various counties of the State especially defired. II cemtaunieationt should be addressed to the " t-Mttervor the Umos akd Axeeicax." WEDNESDAY, SEFTEMBEIt SO, ISGG. THE "KNIGHTS OF ARABIA." The fact that the case of Captain John C. Bkaine, of the Confederate nary, recently arrested in New York on the charge ofmur dcr, alleged to hare been committed at the time of the capture of the United States steamer Ckteafmk, had been, after a partial examination, postponed till the 8th of Octo ber, lias been stated. The following is a copy of the Jawa of the secret order of the Knight of Arabia, a paper found in Captain Brake's possession at the time of his arrest: Headquarters Kxiaira op Aiuiua, uraccoi urana uommanaer, aso3. These laws must be etnctljr abided by bjr all en campments, companies and all K. A.'a in good standing IJjr oi-...

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. — 26 September 1866

BY F. C. DTONINGTON & CO. Daily, all X Trl-VTe-c-ly, 87; Weekly, 83. WEDNESDAV, SEPTEMBBK 20, 180G. OCR OUTSIDE PAGES. First Pahe. Tho Knights" of Arabia The South aad the Wart Tho Seoornl Tennessee Regiment, etc., etc Ftrth Pao. The Sword of Robkbt It. L" Mexico, An Keote Bapire, cte. ITEjis" OllIERAx, JfEWM. Gold etosod la New York yesterdiy at MXA The assessed valuation of Boston thii year b $lli.362,tt. Mt tnoreaso of tDea last Tar. The rataros far tho eartlu plague In' Bngland dropped down to nlnety-atie rae'Sr'. the weak ending Soplee&er 1. The ostrich reeeally icnt by Prof. Asabmc from Braaii, to the oity of Boston, died last Friday ti iglit The Gnzrttr says "be was uble to digest the oity fare." A correspondent writing from Charleston. S. C, says: "There arc sir theumnd eases of break bone fever here, whole families and schools being prostrated. It fat of a very mild type, and not re garded as-daacerouj." At a resent meetingbaW. in Springfield, Mass, the Fenian OTsns...

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. — 26 September 1866

"WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 186G.; : HATES OF ADVERTTSIXG. f J i?5pt?.Pnetot of the morning papers of this UfW for the purpose of establishing uniformity in tne rates of advertising, have agreed upon the XOIlOWinp ta.blM nf (liima anil nhli,..!. Ih.tn- selvos hereby to abide by the same, to take effect uiw mu aaie: TKX LIKES OR LESS TO C0SST1TUTI! 1 SQCAEE. 1 Square. 1 day. $1 00 each add'l insertion $ SO 1 Square, 1 week, 3 60 each add! square 2 00 1 Sqoare. 2 weeks. 6 00 eaeh add'l square. 2 60 i aqaara. s weens, s jbo eaeti add'l square.- 3 to ONE TWO THREE MONTH. JIOXTHg. 1IOKTI1S. 11 ijuaro $ 9 00 $12 00 $14 (JO 2 3 i4 6 6 7 iuores 13 00 17 00 20 00 luares.4.-.. n w ssm 35 oo 2L 00 2700 300 uares Bares uares . ... Si UU 32 00 00 29 AO 37 00 44 00 3 00 42 00 f0 00 X 00 47 00 60 00 41 00 SB 00 02 00 uares uares- uares a arcs uares uares IB 1: 14 ft: cxi a- m mm W 00 K 00 74 00 AS 00 67 00 m 00 S7 00 72 00 8SG0 uares-...- uares 01 00 77 00 92 00 uares... ...... ob oo asm as oo 09 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. — 26 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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