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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 5 October 1866

EDITORS 4 PROPRIETOR Vol u a tar' eeawunieat'oa. eenUiwag inten-M- i.e or important news, tf llsited from any iiuarter, Newt letters' fram tho various counties of the State esiee&llv ieriroi. All communications should bo addressed to the jBditors of the Usma akp AxtaiOAij riUDAY, OCTOBEH 3, 1800. ritorosiTioN to establish a col- IT.OE-WMAT MAS KEEN' BOXE- TIIE EOCATIOX, ETC Editobs Union and Ameiucan : In the summer of 1SG0, several gentlemen, citizens of Tennessee. Mississippi. Alabama, Ucor- firla. and. I believe. Virginia and Arkansas, accidentally met. either ut or near Nash- vllle. Thcjr were all, or most of them, men of wealth and intelligence In addition to this, they were the active and zealous friends of KducalioB- 1 lio sutyect oi an institution of learning of a high order a first class col lege if jWpleasc located in Middle Ten nessee, was broached and discurted. It was found that entire unanimity as to the neces sity of such an institution, ana but very little differ...

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. — 5 October 1866

BY T. C. JUKXIHGTOg & CO. j Dally, 814: Tri-WcefelTt 87 1 T7cciUly, 83. FBIDAT, ocrronEa 3, 1800. Dr. Jo. B. Jlnlliews, of Edgefield, is oar aataarized acent to receive and receipt for tli Uxiox akd Amebicas. OCR OUTSIDE I'AUES. Fisst Paqe. rropoiitloc to ErtaUbh a Col lege, What has teen Done. Loeation The Freed raen Impeachment sod Removal of the Presi dent, Srae Plain Talk from (Jen. Stsedkak-Po-lltteal JB.-wtinc-DeTvisbe-," eU. ; 1'oHETfT Plot The Emperor NAMLWh, Ills AHalr with MUo Maboot Tho Davis Family. Their RasM-neo in. Canada, etc. rrEHFiwiBKAir NEWS. Goto ele-cd in New York roe terday at An BBglUh duke recently lMt &,000 frane. at Baden. MasuS.Cwiiiwob, authoress of the Lamu HgBter'' and other works.'has Just died in Dor cieeter, Massaeousettt. Tbe list New Orleans ft earner aalled frosj Sew Terk with 6. cargo of noterioai courtesans for that ettr- It Is said weoklyshipmentswill bo made during the seown.aa theNcw York mar ket U orarstaaked. . Ma. Walts proprietor...

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. — 5 October 1866

FRIDAY, OCTOBER S, 1806. i-- T0E CITY., ... To AelvcrtiacrB. Ourlergo circulation- compels ns to go to press at an early hour every night, and hereafter ad vertisers canst have in their favors before 8 o'clock r. x. These that come after that hoar cannot bo placed under the properly classified headings. RATES Of ADVERTISING. The proprietor! of the morning papers of this city, for the purpose of establishing uniformity in Ulcerates olVadvertifinc, have agreed.nrton -the 'fallowing table of charges, and obligate tbem aelves hereby to abide by the same, to take effect tram tbis date: TIM LIXBS Oil LK93 TO OOXSTIIITK A SqOABE. lSquare, Lday, 41 00 each add'l insertion $ 50 1 'Square, l vceic, 3 50 each add'l sqnarc 2 00 J equarcz weeKs. u uu eaeuaaa i square. 2 oi 1 Square. S week. 8 00 caeh add'l square 3 SD one two TRUCK MONTR. VOKTHS. 1IOSTHS. 9 00 SIS 00 $14 00 13 00 17 00 21 00 26 00 ' GO 3100 37 00 41 00 45 00 49 00 as 00 WOO 01 00 00 09 00 T3 00 s 85 00 89 00 88 00 97 00 101 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. — 5 October 1866

t Mil t I' The Emperor Napoleon; His Affair "With WUo Margot Pari Correspond wee of the New tork World. In Uie event of Katolbok''' sudden de mise lam Car from believing that immediate revolution will ensue. The government of the regency will go on Bilcntly, until the first pretext comes for a battle, and thus wiU be precipitated by the republican press and the republicans of the legislative corps. Then you shall see old Paris, terribly splen did in her awakening, arise out of the stone like one of Michael Akqelo's brawny marbles, and gbe never stretches nor gapes but from all corners of Europe the wild beasts beat their cages and roar. The French master is now very sick at St Cloud, and his wife and "whelp," as the Faubourg SL Germain calls the prince imperial, arc en route to Biarritz. The em press has no element of a governess. She wiongs to the Josetiiixe and Hortense type of a woman, gay dressers and sweet coquettes, but thero is not a drop of the blood of Catiiacike de Medici ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 6 October 1866

4 r Vteraryomniunicat'ons, containing intcrcst Jc4inportjujt niin, sclbited from iny quarter. JetUiti frcia the various eocattss of-tho SWKfkcYaHr dt-ireJ. . " ttwi&tunjealions shook! b addressed to the '", r.liidm of the Uiciox xd Auikkmv." SATDUDAT, OCTOBCU C, 1800. fWrt 11 vv THE CIVIL RIGUTK niLl. DECLARED v., uxcoarsnxoTioarAu. DpoUton by tlic SuprcinOi,'ourt o f Zttl - NlHiipjtl.- In a case of hdbea&eerjmt, brought by J'as. Lijwis, a freemn, before Jdg.I.AN Sy, Cliief Justice of Ihe High Court of Er rors and Appeals, of Mississippi, the d ad men is published in full. The facts are Eta-ta&a- foilok! The petitioner;' u freedman, was convicted . on .the 17th of September, 18C6, in the Conn- . ty Court of Madison county, on a charge of 'canfywg fire arm, n said county, in;tho mentli of AtfgaM, 18CG, contrary to the act "of pur Legislature of November ses5ion,18G5, Chap. 23, Sec 1, and fined the sum of one deliar anil cost -t and, in fiefault of payment rereof,hev:a yar...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 6 October 1866

BY F. C. LUNHINGTON & CO. nlly, SUt TrtAVeckly, S7; TTccUlr, 83. SATUItDAT, OCTOnEB O, 1800. Dr. Jo. B. Mathewa, of Edgefield, is our aatheriied agwit to receive and receipt for th ITkiox axd Axebicix. OCR OUTSIDE I-AGES. First PAOt. Tho Civil Right Bill declared Un-otiUtattMl-?be Confederacy Unfolding-The Feeitieo opthoiTorB, etc ' Foobtk Page. Internal Revenue Decision Sarins of Jos. BhUsob Female Compositors, etc .r , ' 1 H T ! ITEJIHOF GEXEttAI. SEWS. Goitf steted In 2cw Yerk. yesterday at 119)6. . OnjiL B. S-Nicsuk i: calW upon te bee&mo. a mndidate far the Leewlati're from Haralltaa, county. One tbeatandjreterj h.ye been reentered in tnat euatr. -The Mobile GauUt or the 27& vSU er: Lnte adriaes represent the prosper. 'beth, for, eettaa and corn, in oar own and the adjoining States, at more and unore dtseeuraging. We fee and hear of nothing hat complaint! in this direc t'.on.eeraplioh to general as to came us sad fort' bodlors far the coming winter. Advices from Bio...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 6 October 1866

a W1joW ituxl mtxtixtL Saturday, October o, isoc. p flgH E CITY.. ,t. To Xtlvertiscrs. 1 Our large circulation compels us to go to press at an early hour every right, aad hereafter ad vertisers mnsfchave In their fvor before 8 o'clock r.St. fThose that come after that hour cannot bo placed under the properly classified headings RATES OF ADVERTISING. TfeBasleAors of the morning papers of this dfcrf Pfrthe pnrpese of establishing Bnlfarmitynn ii.. van r nloriUlnr. hare agreed noon the fShrwVag table of. ebarge. and obligate them aelves herelr'to abide by the same, to take effect frew this date: TEX LUfBS OB I BBS TO QOXSTITOTKa KJCARE. 1 Mtaare.1 day, SI 00 each add'l insertion $ 0 1 Kurt, 1 week, S W) each addT square 2 00 1 Bqiiare.Xweeke. G TO-aeh add'l square.-. 2 M 1 Kflure. vreekt.8 B each add! square..-. 3 60 ONE TWO TltREK vnVTR. UAKTHd. llOXTHg. uare.. ISO) 17 00 21 00 26 00 29 fifl ssro 17 60 naare- 22 00 27 0 Si 00 37 00 42 00 ,47 01) fa oo 57 00 mm 0? 00 72 00 77 no 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. — 6 October 1866

Internal Bevenuo Decision. Important to Carriage Makers, land lords and Tenants, and Merchants. Tlic attention of lmfiincss men ii directed to the following : Treasury Dbpabtjiest, Office Com missioner bmnuiAi. Revenue, Wasiuso ton, September 18, I8C6. Gzotlejien: Your letter of the 12th inst is before me, in which you inquire if carriage-maker are allowed, under the present Internal Reve nue law, to deduct from tholr returns of sale the value of such articles catering into the manufacture of carriages as may have al ready paid the manufacturers' tax. In -answer, I have to say, that under the new law a long lift of articles previously taxed is exempted. Some of these articles are ma terials and component parts, exempted where the complex article into which they enter is taxed ; and in some cases the com plex or sltuaato articles is exempt where the materials and component parts have been taxed previously. In thii respect, however, tho law adopts no general principle, and double taxa...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 7 October 1866

6 KDITOR-- At PROPRIETORS. s lffejHrtaBt news, w 'isitcd rnmfaaTi0.oA"rieJ- letterj.frtm tko various counties ef .the t eapewlHytftflrod. i i r..i8taSrfVH5wiflo1M,ltf addressed to tle ' '..lliorsoftbaUvio akb AkkrioaX." : SB.VDAT, OCTOBER 7. 1S00- ' SPEAXER HEISKELL AND 1 SBNATOR PRAZIE' OX THE f , . . j , . i NEGRO QUESTION. Some days since we paWUhed certain questions which were propounded to ilewre. Fiuzihr, HmsEKLii and Ixmas, on the negro suffrage'! question, requesting an ex-, pression from them as to what course thejr, as members of the Legislature, would pur sue, if that body should attempt .td enfran chise the negro in Tennessee. The. reply of Speaker Hbiskem, and Senator Frazikk will be found annexed. , KSOXVIBI.E, Sept. 25, 18GG. Messr. Wm. P. Citiwr, F. H.JBorais, and otfi era: In a recent number of the Kuoxville Commercial you ask mycolleagucs, SenaWr Fbazieb and BoprescnjitiTe Inmax and mynolf, if we'are in' favor of investing the adult negro population of the State of...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 7 October 1866

1jy !f. c. DxnraiuQTOir & co. Dully, 814 ; Trl-ireeklr, 87 ; WeeUly, SOWDAT, iOtODtii 7, IS06. Dr. Jo. JL. SIntlicir, of Edgefield,, U. enr aathoriied scent to receive and receipt for tb 1'KIOX A1TB AMEBICAS. aim OUTSIDE PAUES. KlBiT. Pigx. .Spcikfjr UgiBKU. and Senator FaAXUB en the Negro Question A Word ofAd tiH to Parmers Waifs for Ladies, etc t . . e -i tj j : TV Crosf-TfcouehU fer the Sabbath The Eternal Day. . JTI3IS OF EXEKAI. SfElVS. GqtB elated Jn New Yorkyetterday at 140J6. One J. JLowexthal, a claim agent in aiu lngton, assuted, it if (apposed, by various Pay masters and eititeB, has Succeeded in cheating the Government out -of about a million of dol lar, by means of forced .soldiers' discharge rafters. -LateBnclkh advice report that the cattle plsjrue.wh.eh had subsided in Great Britain has broken out afresh with treat violence By the recent internal revenue law, boot or shoemakers engaged upon custom work only are exempted from taxation, if their work, exclusive of ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 7 October 1866

r p0 Httit. ,m fttiW. MUM DAY, OCTOBER T, 1806. THE CITY. V . To AdTcrtiseref : urlaeeireutailen compels oi to go.toirrew at an earlr hour every night, arm nereaiter rertkeri mart hare in their farors befarej o'eleek r. : (Those that came after that hour cannot be placed tinder the property elasstfiedneadings. RATES OF ADVERTISING. The prearicors of the morning papers of Ibis attr. for the purpose of establishing uniformity In the rates .ef:Sdvertiing. hare eed,opon- the rflewinrable of charges, and obligate tbem elres hereby to abide by the iirae, to take effect from thjrdate: -. TES L1XE9 OK MSB 10 OOSSTITCTB A SQUARE. Square. 1 day, 81 00-each add'l insertion, M Snirt! 1 Weeki 3 &0-caehadd'l square-. 2 W Square. Specks. 6 00-bad.risquare,... z i Square! Sweeks.8 OO-eaeh add! square.- 3 60 0 TITO THREE MOXTIt. VOXTIIS. MOKTIIj 1 Square 12 00 17 00 22 00 27 00 32 00 ,37 00 6! 00 7 00 . 84 00 20 00 33 00 KO0 38 DO 44 00 MOO 5 00 08 00 fiSOO quares sQttaTM ' S8 DO 9tf0 98 IW 101 ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 7 October 1866

POETRY. rTheantherof the fellowinc poemls net known. It history, as we have seen It riven, U ax weird and mystical o "the saintly maiden whom the MiceUeallLenoro." It is !ned as an emana tion from the spirit ef Edsik Aluis Pot. and is Kenuuie poetry, teareely, if at all, inferior to the ' "Raven." From the throne of lift eternal, From the home of lore supernal. Where the aorelfect make" musie Over all the starry floor. Mortals, I have ornate meet yon, Come with words oflovo to greet yen. And to tell you of the dory That is iqIdO' for evermore. Once before I fonnd amortal Wailing at the Heavenly portal Waiting- bat to catch the echo From the ever opening deer. And I seised his quietened boinc. And through all his inward f eeinc Canted lay burning nspiratlea In a fiery flood to pour 1 New I coma more meekly human. And the weak lips of a woman Touah with fire from off the altar Rot with burning as of yore; Hat, in holy love descending. With her ehastened being blending I would fill yon...

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. — 9 October 1866

u Biar' " ,.. . , . ,.mit-,, unr. ,n.. x-c-.--miamn.imm't m Pi -.t--. . --- .., mmgfnrr r T , ' 3 ' " jj ' "'jjfoffiiS - 'rrgwt1?rir;T.M " - - tliMfe"!. i lL-i5!.'"- niirr" - ':,pr- THfMTA.SU VI hUS tiXlUY UK 1 us xsu VoJagUrr cetnmunicat'oss. containing fJWrTnK? frcio tki various counties o ABesjuunieationsenottldbe addressed to the "Htors of tnVtJstnir Axntaicls." TUESIAY, OCTOBER 9.18S0. Gen'. John L. IVSnked delivered o speech at iLc opening of the Tournament, atScmer- ville, laat,-week, from which we tales the fol lowing graceful and eloquent extract : iFive vesra aeo, the people of Tdnnefeeee, right faraoua in the annals of the past for -their devotion to the Union ana the .vorwti tatton of their fathers, iiad to choose " Twlxt IIabbt Psbcy and the Prince of Wale," in a crand national tournament, as Bad and inonrnfulnita surroundings, as it was bloody and .dreadful in its consequences. Some talked of neutrality, but neutrality warf death 'between the upper and nothormllJ stone...

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 October 1866

sy. . ,-' ..... v ; .' '.' ..'ra BY P. 8. DUSNINGTOH' & GO. S)nlly,9Ut Tri-WceWy, 87; irochljr.SS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 0, 180tt. . TV flkvM -r A-nft ! t. ...... authonied agefit to receive and receipt for tlr USIOS 4MB AURBfOAX.r 4 , OSR OmiDS rAGES. Fiut PaWW Virasd Hew Tennessee FoaglK Rfflifef of Mrs. JteWac 'DAVia-A Wpnlaf Fallacy Negro Testimony A gain it the Freed mmx't Bureau, etc , , y ( Foubtb Piot Card ei"' Letrtsteiia Loyalists SniriUd 9keteh ef TlLTOX. te. -Gom eltwei in New York jcetorday at 119& The NewrtWcrajJWatee that Head Cen trp Stsphkis it receiving more money and war material than ever Were. A living descendant of Colecubos U te visit America. ., - , , - , i ". i The Iter cane Commissioner has decided that rubber. LoeU And 8boe,areiubjectto a tax of flvo per eeat, as article of wearing apparel. Ono county jn California makosvthls year 400,000 callow of wine. . The vote ef Oartfernta I 15,003 leu 'than in ISM. The wife of a well known lawyer in New York city...

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 October 1866

Htm - -fw i -a vi jtf B. M'l" 1 jBfeW aViSiavs a&rfrtT'r MKT- --.' jp - ac. " vajf . .& TUESDAY, .OCTOKKU 0, JHCC .TTCJITY, ., M ITTo Advertleers. Al Odrli at on earlyhour every night, and hereafter ad vertisers muctbaTeiaiheirfayoTi before. SetelpeV r.x. Tbosa thateerac after that haarieanaQibe placed under the properly classified headings. BATES OF ADVERTISING. Tbe proprietors of the moraine papers ef this city.eBjhepnrpese of cstablUhinfenniriwBiitybrJf Uic raws oi advertising, nave wraw apon men ollowtac table af charges, and obligate tbea elves hereby to abide' by the same,.io take effeet from this date: TXK J.1SM All l.S8 TO OOySTlTUTR A fOjJAEE. 5vmare.l day. tl 03 each adal las ertlon.8 . Square, 1 week, S M each add! square - 2 00 Square. 2 treats. 6 QO each add'l aare--.250 Square, S weex ea,o w hku wiu i square.-,.-- w OSE TWO THKKK YOKTH. VOXTHS. MONTHS. 1 Square 2 8a dare: 8 9 00 312 00 13 OfJ 17 00 24 00 27 00 38 00 37 at 42 00 47 00 62 00 ST 00 m oo C7 00 72 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. — 9 October 1866

8P I -i r CARD OXS tbUIRIAXA tOTAMSTS-i their lrESTniorr,pBsiECfi3ro TIIEVEEEINGS OF "tIv SOOTHER!? PEOPUE. The following card is being circulated- in Nc-s Orleans and vicinity for signatures: The subscribers, loyal citizens of the Uni ted States, resident of ITew Orleans, feel railed upon to rofutc eoine of Uie statements whir-It have appeared in the Northern news papers. n'etvere opposed to secession; are. and always haTo been, in favor of the Union. Some of us fought in the late war to sustain the Constitution, and are prepared to do bo again in case of need. When the star-epanglcd banner was again unfurled to the breeze over Now Orleans, most nf us adopted that city as the place of our future residence, and liavo (pursued our various occupations Arithout the least inter ruption on account of our political opinion, and although our acquaintance is very gen eral, wc have not known a single individual who has been disturbed in his residence, or interrupted in hi! business; and wo u...

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. — 10 October 1866

X KIMTK v prtm-KlKTORji. k,4S!o itntry putaiiiuMirHt'ou. coptSJwfb4Mrr r ' UH1i7"1'1 '" H iitcd fog ant quarter. - v AfM'tfW lo-m tki varroiTAe&antW r the rvvMvl'"-; .f. Hi PMMHNHKttom slionld be addrtj to the V 'feiftitfy ttfldle Omox xw It siottr MI"IIJIIiJJUU'JI'.tMJtl-""".-""";"'"-"l' WEDXESMAY, OCTOBEK 10, I860. From the Old Dominion. Tlic Unli orally or VirginiaA Soldier I!rorcsor l'rospcejl . f jlho ,Inlll lion TIip Southera Yonlh Kcturnlnc from Xortliera , KckooIriie, FsrewL men ami Iliclr Destitute JonilHlon Khortnc of Crops, etc., etc. CerrespendesM el' the Union and Amerisan. Umiveiwty op Yiuoima, CuAnwrrs ville, October 3d, 180C. In ray last letter I made intention of the election of Colonel I'ETHns, formerly of Emory and Henry College, to the l'rofeftsorahtp of Latin in litis institution, lie took charge of this im portant department of the Univereity. Hi nalntatory address was a splendid effort, and would liave done honor to one of riper years. He waa frequently in...

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. — 10 October 1866

1 A BY F, C. BUHinKGTOir & CO. Dally, Sl-tt TrJ.Wcekljr. 87 1 Wccfclr.SS. WEDXESDAY OCTOJIEIt 10, 1S0G. - Dr. Jo. B. ainibcws, of BdgcfieW, it our .nl?mrlieJ arftat-toreeoiro and receipt fer th TTkww akd Amkbicax. OUIt OUTSIDE PAGES. Fimt rite From the Old Dominion A rec Spot in tho Southern Doecrt-Imptaohment of the President Tho "Southern Loyalist, etc VnnT Pah. Tho Tereb-and-Turpepti: Brlradar-Kemarlcablo Artillery Eiperlinl tVMMD, CtC. ' 1 ti ithmr or oexeral 'jewb. Rai n 11 in New York yesterday at J4s?J. .rmlneWrerHs prevailing in tbo dtf of Mofcflc "Dbcib" CC, FuT, a noted wareerrespon- ilat and parBRWter at Portsmouth Navy Yard oUpd the other day with another Man's wife and ii,wn rrwic nfsnsy: ' 4 Tiie Srd.Ary. of the Treasury hat deelded lo tkc noeSttio In tho boundaries of iho Vol Iceie.njdMrjs'fer the purpose, of faeHitattag tbeoelleewen ST tho cotton tax. J .-Judge P.uri'ES has deoidoj that Ralefgb and not Memphis, it the shiretewn of Shelby pouaty, The case hai been...

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. — 10 October 1866

'j !-' 1 s if . ,-wwiri i i i ii .i , . - i.-h. - . i i, irt-irfiT 'ii'rfflirr 1 wxg- . 0 com on tetary asd oflMii.Eiiu.iAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOIlKn 10, 18GB. n. T HE CITY . - ( To Advertiser;!. ' il l Qfr large cireulafien compels fus bnjlo rrei . Wj at aV carlythoancVcrr night, and hereafter ad vertisers must have in thcirfavorl befercScfeloek r. jt. Those that come after thalt hour cannot bo i jicljander the property classycd headings. JIOKTl?AIt KIIPOBT. . . (, Office Boauu of Health, Nashville, OtL'8, 1S66. llMrt uf Mortaarj Cummit- JiSteerHlio'-lasti lw wity.fouMfonwJfisbilingT Jclobeii Deaths from tftelera..- i from Jivelera. " from ether cause . JTumber of wlule2; yplyretl 2. wero ainon the ilie two euoiera oaum colored, ,i, By order of the Board ofJIealtlij! U. A. JiKODIE, T Bociiasah, , Committee. MAJiaAU lasoo in good stand ing,' are requested to meet at .Masonic Hall, , this MrmBfs, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of a'Sendingtho funeraief thoir late br6ther, ; Bev,g. D. Baldw...

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. — 10 October 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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