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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 27 September 1866

HifiBi'Miiliillfafciiilriitoii ERIC AM !its jfpHopRiar rst t . At . - - i 0ee. bxtox x Axhmw IHfc, Churob, and Gkftzj 4s eppesfce (fea Pt iKRr ttraumcaUot$raaJnta'4nterKl-l c er important ntw, wlhitej from any quarter. Now letters frcra the various counties of the SNtt epoally desired. . HtBielion should be addroMed t tho Dally u- TfMVsay Weekly.-- -$1 0 - 7 St VOLUME XXXIII, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THUES DAY SEPTEMBER 27, 1866. 80. S3. ' Hdtters of the Ukiov asd AirrEiCAK.". lsiwttesate rote far shorter fwioJU. C?1 . .... I ia.JUMMMIJJilJBJWUJBBBBMiHI UNION AM 9 ' TIIOTtSIAT, KKPTEJIIIEIt 27, lftr.fi. V-' . , k'I ,J Or-rreSiaeill'dOIinSOn. .3 jteE'Of "HK'JfEff.) Vote 1 j it JUDICAL PEO GRAMME. Stanton Seward Mr. Davis, lit fe'XtWf tfil'l 'IMIl' f S. -tJf;; - Cfarreepppjleaeo of the Baltimore Gazotte.J "wasnrsBTowbepti'au.' jBoo rr tome days the hotels have been CUyigJip, anJ, Washington has been giving incrStk-d evi dences of life. Place hunters arc here in plenty. The impression is ...

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. — 27 September 1866

tSJ-M&T AMfcvtrfV -5 by p. c. rnmnnQTOTs & co. Onitr,U; Trl-tVc-cUIy, 87; Weekly,' 83. TIIUnSDAT, SEPTESmcn 27, 1S0C. OUB OUTSIDE PACES. Putsv Pagb. Return of President Jobsbos Can oowry tho State of Now York Letter frem XiniotsrllAEvr Vali-asmgham. Fotbth Faob. Asi Hertz on Bents. ITI1SIS OP OEXKKAI- SEWN. OrtdotofrfiBKewYoTkyetUrfirot MH GwVN. B. Fobskst Is to be present at (bo teurmMaesit at Tuseualna, Alabama, en the Wk and 17th of October, for the benefit f disabled .BoathanifeWiera. jVuw It. Hood, of tula State, ha been aj patntod Secretary af Colorado Territory. A edlt'appeota hi the IUeb&end n?uYr, fsr asaoetiftgof the Virginia State Agricultural -er4y, and of the feraen generally, at Richmond, en the SBtk of November, "for consultation on the panr ipf taat mb) nets that now to urgently de maail Hi cat in evnftdorattee of the wio and true man of the State." The Untuirer, commenting i(neen, says: "New oireamrtance are upon eur,,farmers, and a comparison of opinion...

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. — 27 September 1866

II, mfxmx tout mitm S tiipbsd ay, scrrEHMEn 27, iscn. JftATES OF ADVERTISING. f TKo proprietors of the morning papers of this wiy, tor mo purpose ot esiaoiisning uniformity Is tho rs.tM of advertising, have armed ntmn thn fallowing table of charges, and obligate them selves hereby to abide by tho came, tb take effect iiom iuh aaie: TEX MffES OB I.ES8 TO COXSTITCTK A SQUABK, 1 Square, 1 day, SI 00 each add'l insertion 8 50 1 Square. 1 week, I 60 each add! square. 2 00 1 Square, J weeks, 6 00 eaeti add'l square t SO 1 gtaatft S weela.p eaeh add'l square. 3 ) OXK MOST IT. two Tnar.E VOXTHS. UOVTHS fl2 00 $14 W 17 00- 20 Or) Midi 21 Or) 00 29 00 an w ' -7 Xf 41 00 45 00 40 00 m no 7 00 " 69 00 73 00 77 00 81 00 85 00 89 00 SB 00 . 97 00 101 00 106 00 109 00 113 00 117 00 121 00 125 00 22 00 27 00 .12 00 Si M -.42 00 47 ft; ttdi m oo as oo 7 00 72 00 77 03 82 00 87 00 92 00 100 107 00 112 00 117.W 12200 127 00 137 W 142 0) 147 00 at oo 31 00 38 00 44 00 ia oo Ui 00 02 00 03 00 74 00 80 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. — 27 September 1866

s Jxcque O'Dimoxtz, iSeq. My Dear Ihvtr: I am a victim to the greed of land lords. r -T " fTlie -greed has Womc an epidemic, atid if I owned property anywhere beyond the brick walk which inclose a cemetery, 1 would batch the infection and be ad greedy fwlhe veriest bliylock among them. I have no boose, my bower. I hare a family of aereRteen, and no place to put them. I can't take them to the St. Charles Hotel, for Mr. Boyd hasn't room for tliom all. The Cfity can't take thorn, and the St. JameakfolU "What am I to do 7 Put a advortigcmeBt in the paper asking for a Itewe suitable for a family of mode rate aite. Got an atwwer from a gentleman in the Foorth Municipality, who had a ureal 1 hMiM containing eleven rooms. Aeked him tlie juice per year, -da. Seven tliou aand dollars. My bower, that botwe U not large enough and the price it too small. No decent house with two rooms ean be had for that money, imjv-a-daja.- Told the agent in terms indig nant that, we had been well raised, ami o...

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. — 28 September 1866

p. c. onnento. A CO. : arv v AJIKHIUA.V Wyw at AmdwcjM' Chureb nd Oisrrr fc.pp the I'Mt tiff,- Tins: Daily $u V(tmntEFKMftriiinaAlln7iinfit1n!nrititi;rafl X! y or Important news, nil sited from any quarter. Ml N !etten frcui tbo various countie uf the -'U aiecia11y den red. oAll communication! should be address od to the t-ftars f tho Csios axd AxrmoiK." VOLUME XXXIII. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1866. - " - - - , 7 w w . 1 r '1 WAN Qi1 NO, 2S4. Propeal rat m fcrJirt - pettok. . -WV A W U WT T TB T- T IT T -T- TST --l ' ' T -. - , , irjf., ,, . , , , irgsg H; r DALLY UMU1Y AIM) 'MIEKICAMW . . miOAT, NIUTEJIRER 2S. 1800. J1FPEES0N DAVIS. INTERESTING INTERVIEW with THE PRISONER AT FO ItTIt ESS SO.VKOC Ptoinjhc Petersburg Exro, ejU2L Totiik Bditor op tiiij Tndik : Please let me say through your paper that I have just returned from Washington without any bishop, priest or deacon accompanying me; that I wrote a letter to our martyr. Jepek son Davis, eotae weeks ago, to wh...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 28 September 1866

BY P. C. DTOinHGTOH & CO. nally. Sit; Trl-Weeltly, S7 j WccUIy.SS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S, 1800. lr. Jfo. B. 'MnthcTva, of EeeM, ii oar authorised aceet b receive and reeeipt for the 1'xiok axb Ahehhsas. our outside pages. Fistw rjftli-rfttteertlBB lterrfcw wb Jf-. tkbsok Davm Radical I'effonoMM of Doty, one of Jiln N. A. Pxttwo" Tfiek-Xjain-ijeenee' of As E-Cefederate. etcj etc. Form I'abk. Radical Slander ef Unlen Soldiers, ete. itcms' of general SEWA - Gold ebmd i Hew York yesiejd ' at 1.46V, A lady of the JTewportCKy.) Female Semi nary has sited a wealthy Cbieao Man for breswib of mrriee mate, in the mm of $90,090. Thomas O'I'laksoa. a printer who worked for the rebels of JS attdfer those efJStS, died In Dublin, recently, at the age of 99.' They are baviag more beavy floods In, Ohio aful Tultftna. The ItHHMMl OU DotopaaraKe'trlKo f oil last week at a depth, of 1 feet on their loads sear Oiiissow. Ky. ft s tboaght tho well trill flow at the rate of twentr berrek daily. Toronto....

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 28 September 1866

"nielli i?" yjl'!''!!?J'i,ljS,?t!5! f !"" " :T ' "".' """"""y aj'fcv- i r i nii in... j,, mm, immtmmmumm&timmjmmmmmmmmm3mi m i mi i Mum FIUDA.X, SElTEKUEn 28. 1806. , RATES Or ADVERTISING. .The-propncler of Hie morning papers' of-this city, for the purpose of establishing uniformity in the rates of advertising, have agreed upon the following. tablo of charges, and obligate, lhem- aelvos hereby to abide by toe same, to take effect irem mis aato: TEX L1XE8 OB LKfiS TO OOXSTrTUTE 1 (QUARK. 1 Square. 1 day. $1 00 oaeh add'l insertion $ SO I Sao aro, 1 week, 3 SO each add'l square. 2 00 1 Square. weet,G 00 eeeb addl sqnare..-. 2 69 1 Square wee k.Si eaefc add'l square- .t8 OS I TWO THREE WaXTPMOVTHS. JIO.KT 1 Square S 00 1 tltOO Ii frquares IS w 17 09 m 26 09 29 GO 31 00 37 00 41 00 46 01 49 00 300 SI O) 01 00 05 00 t 00 73 00 77 00 81 00 fiftOO 89 00 1H6 00 109 00 113 00 117 00 131 00 125 00 17 00 1 22 00 27 00 S 00 "fgtJO 47 00 seoo 7 00 oo 67 00 72 00 77 00 82 00 87 00 82 00 97 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. — 28 September 1866

n.vDioAz.sxAA'Di:ss or vxios soi Daring the sewion of tlio Soldiers' and Sailors' Convention, the Kadical paper as- eeilptLUwi Utterly. Qpfe-flie&e ipsMtdta ad the aanaer of Its reception, is thus Met try the X. Y. llifmift oorrwpendent : A n&lftUlfaU Xlpfte- OA wfrnlng gMiDiflieOMvetiUotias being mm bj "a Ml of mgm noldierK, militia oftoara, who Mverrnw real service in the war against Ike rebellion." An amusing incident oc curred in connection with this plandorofa rtay-al'-boroe Radical. The paragraph rat read at the breakfast table of one of the hotel bv Coleflel IJrow.v, pf the Twenty eighth Sew York regiment, who held the paper aomewhat awkwardly, in consequence of ha vine left one of his arms with the reb el in Virginia. The maimed poldier called the attention of his next neighbor totUie atatunjent, who ltappencd (o be Captain Dc roxr, of tlie Fourth Michigan (regiment. The Captain toek the paper and proceeded to read the oflennre article, which he was compelled'to hbld...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 30 September 1866

hp J m yrafll ' 7 ' ' tan mm Wi'W i im.ni f mi,lmta H 2. Jr. I i. e I. 3 : ft V ip , , DAlLi -iJ 1M 1 U 1M A N D AM miii jAN. M Wks I New letters from tlm Tanou counties of the - . --- , , : .. .... ...... , 11 - vsltmtaiT cWmcnleatfoas, centaluiiHtiuf Kg or Important news, mH sited fnmi any quarter. New letters frcm tin various counties of the fMftte especially desiroi Ml communications should be addressed to the Mditor of the Umox anb Amiricax. Hlb HEIL.EY'S RECENT INTERVIEW IVITIt 311. DAVIS 31 It. BAWS' KAl- XDX.T FAIUXG IICVI.TII. , TVe tako the following from the Pclcrs- vrg Index of Saturday: Mr. "RVii.kv returned to the city yester day morning. We do not reel at liberty to ,gire any detailed account of tho interview, - but it must Drove of interest to our rendere 'to know of the health and manner 'of life of their former leader and fellow captive. The gentleman arrived at the Fortress be jibrc the breakfast hour on Tuesday morning "lasC-and were immediately shown into the de...

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

7" A) 5 J v 4 - St T 1 Ut . ff, C . . bxt -n n . TTT?JTCTFTfymTr & CO. Kfttir.gt t; Trl-Weeulr,S7; WccUiy.ga. MCXnAYt SEI'TEMBEK SO, 1 SCO. in. rx. rsinthcvm. of BteafitM, i oar : . . t. our outside paueh. FiMT I'.-Wr. Kiilkt1 vidt to Jear. Da U ?trtttTUl Spies oa e Preeldenl-French exit from Mexico The Cotton Crop Tho Poor Pitjitor A Oofflloal Caw, etc Foe l'MHU-A Man Matdered fey hit Wife Uw to Saddle a Colt, etc Gold closed In New York yecterdiy at 1.MK ,-rfFh MHh Government k likely toutltfee tha Italian railways, Sttelndinc the Somrait Line ror Xowat Coaia, whoa eeoapletod. for racilita ttt tnaniiarinn of English nail to India. m afArta! .ZlkJwl. ik KPfor or Raowa, Us arrived at the Scalfeernlletelfora few '-'MftltetaMK ia pvepcatory to taking a trip aeroas the MIM. -rH iranrtniT" port ha reached St. Joseph. Xkaoari. So tMek are they that in some part of the eity tho aooale bare to dote the door and -wiaaowe to hoop them cmt of their hoatee. A lot of 8m eoe.l-red loaf toWoo...

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

4 t r- let i '4- -tt-" 1 . -4 . . hpa. 'V. I .1 W it In? ' 4- SUNDAT, SEPTEJIRER 30, 1SGS. THE CITY. ' To Advertisers. Oar Urge circulation compels us to go to press a ban early bear orcry right, and hereafter ad vertisers must bare in their farora before 8 o'eleek r. v. These that oemo after that hoar eon Bet be placed a Eider tee properly classified headings. ciiuncn directory. s church op thit advent. (HpiwPai.) Seatb ViaeStreet. Services at 10V a. u. Sunday gctieei at 8)4 JU m. seals l'rw. lleeter Ker. rastamicc x irzCBsnn. Wednesday raeraiairs, Prarer 9 a. fc Mil ST CuMBBRLAND PRESBYTERIAN UJIUHCll. WeHiMe hummer street, ear. Cum load Alley, between Cbureh and Broad streets. Rev. A. J.Baird, D. D., Pastor, may be feusd In his office in front part of the Ohoreh during tbe weeK from 3 to b r. it. berviees at IUJaa.m. ami Tk-r.v. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. South ea.t eerauref Cbureh and bammerstreets.Kev.lt. F. Basting. Pastor, Residence at tbe Parsonage. cummer street, services 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. — 30 September 1866

I tea f f a HAJf wpapasHD nx,xs wife. Fnwa the ManitowoeOVis,) moi.j A mn by the name of Frederick Be kw, living in tlie town of Kossuth wa murdered fe hit own itooee on Thursday evening I art by his wife, Caroline Boenio. Aj -we learn the particulars they are a fol- iown : Beiario, who is subject to dissipation, lad been absent from home that day and returned in the evening, when an altercation occurred betwees binwelf ami wife. His wife ami three children then left the house, and by the testimony he retired to bed. Shortly after the wife returned to the house, and must have committed the horrid deed with an axe while he was in slumber. His head was horribly mangled the bed, aide of the Itouee and the floor being covered with the brain and blood. Constable Blakk arrest-, cd her, and an examination was hold before Justice Hibrbb kat Wednesday, who com mitted her for trial after hearing the testimo ny of a few witnesses. The accused pleads self-defence, but, so far, there is nothing ...

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. — 3 October 1866

AME KDITORS .V PROPRIETOR. : it ff VISUUK mil IUUI1H II WUWU1II1 " f rfif&t imfMtl&L I n foKuted from any Qunrior, w I- 4 11 ' 1 I TO; . . .T'T- - 'M 1 0 n the- ,,,ttoatM0stb desired. ' An etrnm u nftS tnaatd be Rddrcrd Vb ' ' jMttrf lit Okbhc Akd Amkricak." the WEDNESDAT, OCTOBER 3, IRCC iDhe Proposed Constitutional Amondmont. JEETOIBR PBOSf Q 0 VSHAEKEY. Avn Ike Jaam. JOml, CJartoii.1 WAanNrro 0m- SMHember 17th mCM IbceHmeu B. 0. JTumphrev. of MiMunippi .- Draii Sin. The ttiiHHfti metlial ojirjajwlaturtr t in extra; 08011 on the The Tirnaaaai nntnnrimanf . t.ttl r"-.i--tr-. - -r- - to the UawHiUiUon of the UniIedState as 14th article, may pofwibly be mibmitted to the Legfol attire fur iU adoption or rejection. and as our State Iim had no opportunity of boing heard through, her representatives on tbuj Interacting subject, and as the people of me sure iiatr a rint to Know the opinions of their representatives on a question no vi tally important, I adopt thi method, the only ...

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. — 3 October 1866

by f. c. DtnraniGToir & co. Dally, 811; Trl-Weeltly, 87; IVccUly.SS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOREK 3, 1800 Dr. Jo. U. Slathctrs, of BdgefieM, k r urtkorioeil agsit to roeeivc awl reeolpt tbr rb I'sio t America. OUR OUTSIDE PAGES. Fimt 1'aoe. The Proposed CoMUtutiogol AMewJruent Misery In ear MHtt-Tbe 0a4lrti Charah and the Froodmen Barbarism, etc. Bowbth Pasw. TlrreeBtadthePitioed AtBeler-Inw na4 Steoi-Wosdell PMWh Doantidinr the Impeachment of tlie PnHM inats or general sews. Oi,:i elovedlnNew Yos yetw.lr at 1 H JImlwbTiiobmh. " coHxan. who slew her imrasaoar in CMeaae k to be triad fcr the crime in a for weeks. The aggregate Internal Rm receipt for the first, sorter of the Steal 7r eadiog October Itt araewclc t J7,SS7.ia. Fabbioct the Admiral, like Grant the Gen eraLgiras ia a letter to the ooaHtritte af invitation, the eaU sluVlor to the Pittebtue eeaveotion. The TrtiaMrr Departsent bavins reached the limit of 1006,000,600 of 5-39 bonds exchanged for 7-30 Bote with interest payaMe in Ma...

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. — 3 October 1866

MWmx mil wttUm WEDNESDAY, OCTOnER a, 1800. ' i THE CITY. ' To Advertiser. Our largo elreolatlen ecmpels us to go to press at aa early-hour every night and hereafter- ad vertisers must havein tbrfsvors befero 8 o'clock r v. These- thai come after that hoar oannot be traced aader the properly classified heeding. ratkk of advertising. . 'Tbarerieters or Ihe morning - papers of this eitr. for the purpose ef establishing uniformity in the rules ef advertWftg. liavo agreeu "i""' " 5(k hereby to abide by swine w ,ri?Sf.: .IVMalbU date; . TRI MKB OE LM TO OOtfBTITUTK X SOU ARK. 1 c.r. l SI 00 each add'l insertion S SO 1 Souare, 1 week, I 69-eaen tw i square. 1 fjuare. 2 week. 6 i-eeh add; square 1 S uarc. S week. 8 0-eaehft4JT euar. 2 00 2 Ml 3 90 two TnREK 1IOICTHS. MONTHS. 12 00 $14 ft) MONTH 9W IX 00 o9 36 09 JQ0 moo 37 00 41 00 400 49 00 Mia tow oi oo 00 (S 00 3 00 81 (SO 85 00 800 WOO 97 (0 ii m 10ft 00 1 2 S 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 1! IB 14 11 17 18 18 M a a s st a 26 a as 2) at) 17 00 20 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. — 3 October 1866

Pinion and SmjcyfoKU. THE PKI1S1 BIKVT ANDJ rilE PKO rosim A5tnsD3uaTSroB ioktii- COMINO MESSAGE TO UONOHESS. The Cincinnati J&iyiitrer''rasliington cor. reepondent, dated on the 30th ult , urilee: All statement to the effect that the Presi dent lias announced his determination to recommend the adoption of the amendments to the Constitution Proposed by ConKrww, are utterly unfounded. lie lias not said to any one that he was in favor of those amend mcnU. It is true, nevertheless, that the President has liad under consideration pome of the pcHtical points to be embraced in his next annual message to Congress, and some of thte points have been submitted to his Cabinet. We liave good reason for eying Mr. .Ioumson will adhere strictly to the polii cy tha has characterised his ndminirfrntioii, Among other tilings he will urge that while Constitution leaves it an ofven queMit'n ttr the Courts whether ordinary legislation is or is not binding while States are refused representation, tha...

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 October 1866

110 EDITORS A- PROPRIETORS. Voluntary communicat'oas, containing iuipwt- Btr or impertant newt, sr Htltod from any ijuarler. Now letters frcra tin various count! of the rapeetolly desired. AH eoaswunieatioM aionld ho aildrewed t the " IMilarn of tho Uiikix xnv Amcbicae." TI IllltS DAY, OCTOPER-I, I860." ITALIAN HEROISM. Fateof the Prigato Palcstro at the ,; Battle of Iiissa. : Hjr OflicrM nod Crow ,Icvoto Tlicm- elves) toftentti. Fterenee (terrependence of the Leaden News. The Palt(rp was a steamer conptruclod in Prance for the Italian Government, of 800- horic power, armed with foot AnsiSTitoNff gans, of which two were 80 and two 150 pounder, manned uy zou men. aue was commanded br Capt. Lu'gi AJfrcdo Cap- pemm, a Jjivorncsc, wuo, at the time of the battle was 38 years of age. His .First .Lieu tenant was EniestoYIterbo, of Naples. The other officers were Vincenzo Cacciotlolo, of I'rocida; Antcllo Lanno,jEmannele Barba ra, Carlo Marcetlieri, aii of Naples ; Fab rlxioFabriii, of Pale...

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 October 1866

tea BY P. G. DUHimfGTOH" & CO. n.-xlly, $11; Trl-Wecfclr, 875 "Weekly, 83. TIIORSOAY, OCTORER 4, 1800. Or. Jo. R. JHaUtcwa, ef BdgefieM. it our au'hofi! aesrt to reeeivo and receipt for the ' - .X AND AMfcatOlX. mm OUTSIDE PAUEN. FuiT Per- Italian Berebta, Fute of the I'rigate Palest ro at the Bottle of Lctesa, ete. Na i oi.ji(s trlektd fer Bmmass. Poland Briefly Re-divivus-WbatResahe msM fellovr tbelmpeaeh uicnt of Cb PreeideBt-From St, Louis. SeUurc ,,f Stat Arm etc. The French-Mexican Cen reutioB. ote. Futbth Pac What Shell we do for Servant. ITEMS OrfcEXERAI. SUtVH. G(M. doted to New York yesterday at UiM. Hivbt 3. Katmovd denies that be ever so l,nedr MRMted the Frapon MWw. -FbahKI'. Burnt, ef SC LWrW. publblies n card eaattwtes the puMkegalnst a young man who. faltely representing himself mbU son, has ohtaiaed sooner a drafteJn Ce4ulHtf, Oble, and elsewhere. A nollt iwiMMpci h te he entered against Pres ident Romit on the indictment neatest him a a Fenian violator of the n...

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 October 1866

l THURSDAY, OCTOBER ISCO. !THE CITY. To Advcrtlnens, Our large simulation compels us to go to press st an early hour every night, and hereafter ad vertbers must havo in their favor before 8 o'eloek p. m. These that came after thtt boor ononet be placed nader tbe properly elaadfied headings. KATIES OF ADVERTISING. TfiS proprietors f ihe morning papers e-f Ibis If. W lUe purpose 1 esiamwtllHK umwiamj 111 rales ai aaveraaiE. o rvv, " ' " , Ml hi tflbin nr arm-res. ana o-oucaie mem' sliarebv id abide by the Eflinc, to take effcet it date: TMC US-8 OS LBM TO OOSSTtTVTR A SQbAEg. 1 Saaare. 1 day, $1 09 caah ruld'l insertion S sc...... v-rV HI aah ada'I sanare. 2 CO iS(IVecks.6 00-iMdTsqire.-. 2) 1 Sar. weeks.8 G-eli add'! square.- S 80 THKRK MONTHS. mm 21 00 26 00 32 00 38 00 41 00 woo 66 00 at 00 74 87 00 72 69 770B 82 00 87 00 82 87 00 WOO M7 00 112 00 in 00 IK 00 1ST 00 IS 00 sroo 112 00 147 00 15S00 157 00 80 00 88. W U2 tsj 94 On 101 00 110 00 116 09 moo 123 00 14 00 140 00 14S00 152...

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 October 1866

jr: wxiat miam. we io ron nekv- ; ANTS?" From the New Orleans TUaes.l This queonwhich is oonstairtlrprojxMin dwl inourmkfet,andasyotiwi received no (wt jfactory reply, mmi soon present itself for a general and prompt decision. The Beryi cce of freed hi en and women arc so uncertain, and even grudgingly given, and their wages ao increaotnely high, that in another yr, mileM a marked change lakes place, few will In; willing, or aWc, to submit to their eitor UoniMd UBthrift. The altered relatione, too, the removal of all restraint upon an ig norant and credulous race, who are entiroly muter the control of vicious and unprinci pled men, render them unsafe and undesira ble inmatea in the households of their former owners. There may be instances of rare attachment and fidelity among them, but fire subversive element has been so powerfully infilled into their minds, that in many in stances they look upon a Southerner as a natural enemy, to be spoiled and hated. In cities, or even large town...

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