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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 24 April 1863

1 .,,.1. - ,. ,. , . - -. . - "vi'Ti.T.rSNI - IT MUST 1 . ' rUCLISUED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF FRINTER3.-0FHlE ON PKINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADELICK STREETS. VOL II. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 18G3. NO 13 DIRECTORY. CITY GOVERNMENT, JOHN HI'i-H "MITtl. 'r " w ll.l.lAM, tHANK, Aerwrdar JtiHS CrtCmilAV, AforannL ), WartAao-W. U. Wllalueon, -V O Tuoker, af ii .ir'-Jrihn Chmnble . -!. Brat; jj , bFrenili.B.coiid ; and "- aSoCwriy, " i. ,.. W'H'atn '.'rli.r. L,., r,ii A. B.rttAahuui4 awe 7'u Coll a. B. Uarreit Jvr-R H.B.y. V A IVrA.a-J. Q Dor1. nnwu- Ia. MW Worsa-Wm. Mowart. IA. r lAMwewvlnUn Si. Oeaoary... L":, I, ueiaewr-' - M. u,.a. .rfOMTM J.L -i.wnrt. ;.., jovese K Mulloy. CITY COUNCIL. af AMarnww Vi. -, rTt d.nl ; joh i.rir i '. Kti Mulloy. U. i. .vol, W. o LL.Tb ui, M " h ' i.wru.D.i i C huiitb. iiHri-iM AQ.IeriKiu.l'reel.lei lM r r.i.r will.nt aiiM-iu, M. M. Houib.at, AbnOiseji u,,i. Ah l. Mr. I dh.I, I- B. Hong", t-narlca r.a. ere, i , A MclMduui", T. J. nrhpm...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 24 April 1863

FRIDAY HORNING. A PR If. '-' I, IS", 'I h Ittfiflon of I of all mid l:ntcr. :rlo InloTrnnrtirv. Ono of (lie im sl sensible positions ad vatiTiI in llio Preluratiori of tlio Nash ville Union Club, iuMishcl in our col imma tnlortUy, U tin- cordial invitation to Hie lover of en ihlcnccl ami !aw-abi ding rictloni in every land, to como and iettle lining u, and also tho declaration that it ii the duty of all Union nir-n to tiapo our institutions 80 an to give every possible inducement to immigration Month Bro, wc urged theso samu pracli- cal, Hiijple, and cmnton-m-mui ideas in our columns, and they were branded as infamous by bi-oted correspondents of certain conservative organ. But the propofciiioii, it Bferua, ha received imom weighty and respectable endorsement from a largo body of intelligent and un conditional loyalist of tbi city, which until recently was llio hut-bed of trea- on. 1 he proposition must commend it self to all men who will divest their mind of prejudice end consider ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 24 April 1863

i v. it m t t WroHlr I nlon t nro Dollars. nll.l l't1, P" etlllitm. .110 ' kOCAL AND COMMERCIAL FRIDAY KOUNINd. MaUOH 24. 1863 "Old Soldier," of Iho 10th Indiana Vol unteer", at Stewart' rrtrk, sends m fifty conU for tli Unioic, bul dors not gifts big name. Where must we .oud Lis paper ? Ublluarle. It would allurd us great pleasure to cooily with numerous requests which we receive from correspondents, to jmb liuli obituary notici-s, but our friends must see, on a little reflection, that if we roro to commence such publications, our columns would soon contain do other wading- matter. , Tbe general order, published Wedncs day morning,' requiring all citizens, over the sge of eighteen years, who synipa tliise with the rebellion, to take, within tin days, either the oath of allegiance or non-combatant's oath, Is one that should not be regarded lightly. The fact that a similar order, previously issued, was not euforcf d, should not prompt any one, wishing to remain here, to put off actio...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 24 April 1863

"j For Freedom and nationality. ( ft. V. rtBUCI'K, Idllor. llttAKUAIU F.rS 17. P. Fi'l'CKS ) Nashville, lr.fi:., April 21. f Orders. The ympthliers with Iho xis'lrig rebellion In 1 ri oil and viciultj, appa rently coiisidrrinj Iho dicU'Pi of lhrir political fmj!hieS ts of mora force than 'lie oblivions imp'Hcd upon them bj I heir rcsidenc ntl pruii-ciiun mJilmi tllO FrdtTal liilr, till! OrOvfA C'lnlUand- ing at tliii p t ordrra as follows. I. All bite prn over 'Iib arb ol eightfi'B Jara and riVi'ling within the lint-A of tliii cu i.iiui l, wln do nut within ten tly lrim Iho puMloA'i in ol th'iA ordor, nuitnoriba to I tie oa'b of alle giance or lion-C'tnmlaiitii utolr, aud lile with Col. Jon A. MabtiK, IWiiai Merahal, bimld with auMkieui m eutitira for tliu faithful tilit rncf of aucu Oath or paroles will bn ri'i'iired tJ g t doutli of tli liutii of t hi a army, bj route! to be di'tignali'd by ttia njiliiarf auilioi i tic. II. l'arilci who bavo aln-adjr til scribed to proper oa lis i...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 25 April 1863

THV lli) V'"-' 'l Ij :' 1 7lV' PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON HUNTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DKADERICK STREETS. . . . .J . . -' NASII7 ILLE, TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1SG3. voi; n. NO M JIUlJiJMII'g 1A directory; CITY. QOVERNMENTf y . ' ' jofiN tirun smith, npr WILLIAM SHANK. Jovrir ' i jonn CHUMbi.hv, rw. 1 fcT tfr.u-W. H. Wilalrox-n, A C Tucker, M,ih7t wV-i"hn Ciiiimtttey.ar-ofW.. Brt; jj,.b 7rfO b. " I I'' '' M"Criy, 'bird, T ,er William Driver. Lan, fe;jeer A. B.Shanklend j (itti-r I'm bUofor K. B. barrel! t Iswr-R. lleury. ar tuur Ihi-mM Inlto. f.rL- V Wor J. Q. Dortd. ' '. fc,rrfl Hurtr Woe.. Wm. Stewart. W mf I Vw DimMumi John M. Soabtiry. ' ih, Vmxurp-T. il. llcllrido. W(lir-J.l,ltmn IVy Atuwntt M. F. Mullay. I CITY COUNCIL. ,xrd . Allrmm-X. M. Itrtoo, President ; iohn Urner, Jos- J- Kobb, SO. MaUoy, II. Soovul, o. U,.U..m, M . U . L. ( l,i.t,..ri.o, .n.l J. C Km,ih. ! i,m, Omw--.lr Ai.rtroB,Frelilirl; J Tur Wllliim .i..eri,u.-t. Wuibat, Abraham B...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 25 April 1863

P",r freedom R3f1 JCationftLityi 8. :. flRIM'lJI, I'dllor. SATURDAY YORNING. MAUCU 25, 18'J3 ftccnpitlott ff HoJl .nnvllle. W learn frtm gentleman who arriv ed here yesterday from SIurfrsboro, that prt of our troop occupied McMion- rillp, some days agi. VV obtained the gamp ioformation two days ago, but were rrqucstcd to wi buld it for a aiiort timp. Tt nnlv rtttf IrioillfltlAll rettpl fiilinrl IllPrS J a WU HUM. tiuun uunui. an.ii i , i i, i , i. 1 1 i doubllt-ss soon bavo exciting eventato record. Judge Lwe, (!intinguUtied citizen of Alabama, elates in a public litter that Oen Aldkbt Sii'Kr.v .IouxstoS raid In bis hearing 'hat "without Kentucky, Mis ro ui, and Maryland, the ,5uu hern Covfed , tracy could tiot exist." Every one must see (ho truth and force . of this. It U beyond ail doubt a coirect Statement of the caie. The rebel Co! ton Confrdcracy needs Kentucky and Mis ' souri as grain, meat and Block-raising provinces, and Maryland and Virginia for the pitfen', or until the Af...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 25 April 1863

. r T K I. M K : U'eHlr ITnlaai Two Dollars. 0II. Vino, r annnm.. . 4 ar.... .... -..V on LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL SATURDAY MOBNISO, APHIL 2.. Tub Louhtiixk Tout Office. We have a "crow to pick" with the Lcuis Pt Office. Throueh npcliiience or .. - , - - - ioinlL;ng else, it has ptrpctrated a wrong upon the Union, and a l-rge num ber of oursutoribers narlh of the Ohio rirer. A sack fl Pcked copies of th Cniwi k'ft the NanliTille 3. Office lo the eaily part of the week, .a parried to Louisville, and returned hre Tlmrsdsj evening, unopened, and t.a nackanes. of course, undistributed - AT t Taking- fresh start, it proceeded again to Louisville by yesterday's train. We call the attention of the Postmaster at fxitiiiville to this matter. We hope he itl aea that a similar outrage is not perpetrated upon us again for outrage it is. w Wether the result of carelessness or accident.- Such accidents should not happen in a well-conducted Post Office When the City CemoUry was located, it is probable...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 25 April 1863

32EZJ i'oi Freedom ami nationality. n. c. NKisct-u, rmr. SATURDAY MOUSING i APRIL 2.'., 18C3, A Deir.rt BcbK t milnlamoni Article. Nashville, Tens., April 2103. .. Elilor NuslmUe Union . " I clip the following from tbo Louisville Journal ot tbo 20lh April, which I hope you will inirrt iu your valuable paper, 8 the ioldiera will all get to see it as - tliaj all read the Union: The following extract forms the con clusion of a letter written by Ocn. llal lock to a radical mass meeting: "We have already made immense pro Kress in this war a greater progress than ever was before made undor simi lar circumstances. Our armies are s(ill advancing, and if sustained by the voices of the patriotic millions at home, they t f will ere long crush the robcllion in the " South, and Uien place their heeh upon the - r teads of sneaking traitors in the North." .. . When language such as this was used .' 1 seteral weeks o by a certain Oeneral Millroy, wo denounced it as infamous, and held it up to tho e...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 April 1863

IT HCST i ft 5 rff 1 1 rUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF miNTEP.3.-0FFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION" AND DEADEBICK STREETS. VOL II. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. SUNDAY, APRIL 2G, 1863. NO 15 DIRECTORY. CITY GOVERNMENT. JOHN ni;i.H SMITH, ooe WILLIAM MIANK. UtmrdKt JOHN t'lU'MHt.FV, ttonhal. IHfMit JfiMW W. a. Wilkinson, A. C Tucker, jl Jaiu.-I A. t-tettl. (ini nflAa Unrktl John Criinir.ey,r.o0l"4o, Drst; urob Kreflrh, let-mid ; and Thtev MtCtriy, third. Tn jnas.ee William driver. Hwmw (l)ilir A. B. bhanklnnd It am To UuWXor - B. arfcVt jVntmu-rr R. henry. Mar Jfi.fr Thorn-U l,eV . IhnawM p IU BtoMaa-l. Q !. ,lJ.mlidrM j tlz U alr Work 'A m. dWli t. cW rvr HepWe"" John M. Boabory. of tea (mirr-T. 11. McBrld. HT.M Ownw-J. b. Stewart. C'. Uurty K. F. Multoy. CITY COUNCIL. K,.ar,l of AUImttf M. It. Hrtcu, Prel-dent ; .lohn (',,, loa. J. Koiib, Ed Mutiny, II. u.v.yoI, W. B. (u....li in, M. M. I. 1 UilK.fD, and J C fcmnh. ,...,.... (Intact! Andrew Anderson, President; Jm T rnr, illtnm koIwt...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 April 1863

peJrwrsfsWK3 For Freedom exl Httioualiir- . t:. nr.iiCKii, rdiior. imiiwimiwi mm i i iwum m mm SUNDAY MOnXIXO, AITJL 2, SC3. The Fate of a ICclx l lloii Wnmnn. Tlio Norfolk Union Bay (hat Mrs. Jackson, (lie wifo of EllsworlVs ruur dcrrr, is wandering ahont in a state of tlmost utter destitution, tlie rtln-ls hav ing, it fcerus, lr-ng as forgotten llnir profnse promise of help. Now let our secession ladies cootidvr this sad cape, and read (huir on n fata in that f an unfortunate sister. When Jackson was shot f.ir his brutal murder of Ellswoiith, enormous paper eubsc-rip tions were raised fjr tlio IrruEt of his widow, win was, for a few weeks, Iho heroine of the rebel Confederacy. Til crafty-leaders of the rebellion Well knew ' that thejr could arouse popular sjiiips thjr, by huMing up tLo wtn-s of a woman who was, In some sense, a martyr for the ' rebellion. When they had used her long enough for their damnable purposes, they c'rppcd her, and the miserablo widow few weeks ago, catm w...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 April 1863

nnltnr. ii 11.1 I. tn, ir n"r Jin "0 M I-OaVLJP COMMEUCIAL SUNDAY MORN'IXO, APRIL CO, 1803 Holl of Honor Wo luve received no copy of tlielloll of Honor at jrf. We will publish it v hen we do. We ore obliged to our friend of tbe 4 : 1i Indiana for till interfiling letter, but it contains information wlik'li, if true, j-i contraband. Mr. R. II. tSlNQI.EToN baa sent ua copy of a lit tla volumo eutitlcd "Incidenta of tho War." It appears well adapted to camp reading, being made up of amiis- i ii r anecdote and incidents of soldier life. Mr. SiNOT.ETOS has s very largo assortment of popular tales and novel- lettea, selected with special reference to tbe army demand, which dealers will do well to examine. He has extensive ex- perience in this department, having been engaged in tbe the trade for a number ot yearn, lie i constantly receiving largo additions to bin stock which always looks as fresh as a bouquet. Tor light and po lite literature SiNoletom is a man for the million. The rush ye...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 April 1863

pslwillc. Virion. For 1'recdom ana Nationality. l. !. irFH't:it. f-'rMtor. SUNDAY MORNING, API! II, S!. 18G3 A Nation K:cU "irk ft Ilanrt. .Under this caption, a wriler ia (he IlendorgoDville, (N. C) limes, hat an ar ticlo of some kngih roprofing Ihe South , for Lcr wickedness, llesaya: t " Examino the national and individual pulse, and it will rcqnr no great skill to leirmiu (hat sin, national and pemon ' 1 al, I the deadly d apane which is caun i in? at all bo much tud'urin and Borrow. ,fcin, nut only in the North, but equally i vr even greater in the South. Sin, not of your ueighh r only, but, reader, your tin. Sin, not only of rulers, but the peo- - pte'a Bin. Sin, not only of men, but, alas! womea'a din, not ".imply in the world, but in the church. Sin, not only of privalo member, but tho dark, deep, ' wilful, inexcuHablo sin of miniatt't-a. ' This then ia the disease Sin n tlionil and persMal. The cir.'ct of this disease '' tin, is war, fratricidal, intprnecine war, upon tho b...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 28 April 1863

, 1 . . . ..e.T.,.....,,. ww. . ; , , ,,, ,,., ,. 1 - . , - r. s .-1 !,''. , ... . f " ' " "' w jL . ..4 . ,., A , IT HOST J; -. ,i 4 1 V - ee i eailN'.TA't o o PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF FRLNTER3. OFFICE ON FRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEEICK STREETS. VOL II. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. TUESDAY, APRIL 28. 1SG3 NO 1C uwm jitrry e? ... - . .... i ftf LIU': DIRECTORY. CITY O OVtn NMENTi JOHN HI'DH KM 1TH , Maytt k. . W1IJ.IAM KHANk, Jteenrder. JOHN CHl'MHI.kV, AfariAnL Dtjntf Marihal W. II. Wiiklnaou, A. 0. Tnckw, aal Jalue A. rtecl. (Jlerknof tk4 Market .lnhn f:hlironley,M-.iMo,riiilt; Jc.b French, ond ; and Tin. MoCarty, third. Tut A-emor Willum irriver. Hrvnm Coleefor A. li. slliiinkland ttor 7'ix reflector K. B. tlarrett JVuurer R. Henry. Wharf Mailer Thoma IalC0. .fer.,.ion.l of Iht RorlViMe J. t Pndd. bifrfrmMufenl IA ll'iifer H'orli IV ru. Stewart. (A 0 Id fir ttepannKwl Ji-hn M. Ueabuiy fWC. o lAe lnT T. M. McBriJr Ureal fwr-J . L. ."U'WUTt. (V HUr B- F. MulUjr. ' CITY ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 28 April 1863

-rlV?WyOTlC,''1 kshville Pinion t, i FrdfiUi and Nationality . . ilfcHCUH. t.dltor. TUESDAY MOUSING.' APRIL 23, 18CC Cstnmiinlcalli m V lave u immcnce Block of corrtB- prnd(i.o nd cininmuicalionB on band. C rnficLcIiLls n.int imitate our pa (letter) 5 i TriKIre; Hie Oith-l'eople Qa'ttlna lie Mliiklns; Ship ot Urbellien bj II4 tnttird. Orcot Crowd at tti Ciipllot. One of the moat Blirrirg and animated iccnea which we bave ever witnessed in Nashville, camo off yesterday at the Capitol. For days past citizens of all classes, both men and women had been going in steadily and rapidly increasing num bera to 'the Federal authmities, to take the oath and give b(.nd in iudis propor tiomd to their nn ana, for the strict ob rrvancoof the same. lint yesterday morning tho tide of rt turning prodigals avrtlletl beyond all precedent. It appealed as if some giet niifi iiiretiuz ail beiem held in the lofty hulls of ihe magnifi-.i-nt Farlhenon wlilch crowns the Aciopidi of our city The ureal ball of ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 28 April 1863

urn i i-n-i '. I-, It Union M M two Uollar. . ; 110 00 .... ko , i" uini-aa... '. )":.... OGAL AND COMMKKCIAL Tu'ilA Y MORNING, A Till L. 2d, 1M1:V Wrapping- Paper, A qinntit of old newipaperg, suitable t tirspiiinsr paper, can be procured by iHifi,,' ftl Mil" otliro. Tliiiu is no d lfl3co.lt y whitevor in m ing newspapers Jo Northern post offices, h'ii Nashville. We attend to all custo- ii m and subscribers promptly. (i portr-d Kitting of ttmgg by Jubn '. Hriclnnrldrr A gentleman informed us yesterday veiling that new Ittd roaclitd Murfrfes out llittt General John C. Ureckinrirlgc ,nil Kliot and killed Cragg in an slTrsy i few day ago. We of course cannot ouch for the corroctnena of the report, ut it is not at all improbable. For notitlis past exceeding internets of feei ng lias existed between the two psrties, is well 9 between the .Kentucky and jlYnnefiiee troops, generally on the one Villi', and the Cotton Stale troop on the tin t. llriyg's demeanor toward Breck nriilc has been ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 28 April 1863

11 -jaj . Kf99GU Has ' Simon: For Freedom ttadH ationality. MunrnEEfDono, April 23.-An Pd' tion und.T M.jor-Orncrl Leynolds left Mnrfrrrsboro on Monday o epture Mc Minnvill. Tbfy nmdo Jlo djvi!)e ilia night, nd moved again on Tuesday mor ning t two o'clock, taking the old Mo Minnville road- - Wilder'' mounted briead arrived at McMinnvillc at ono oV.ockurprising the 1)08 1. Col. L'mg, with the 4th Ohio Cavalry, struck the railroad, destroyed the tele graph and bridgrs between Morrison and ManchcitcT. burnt a train of cars and lo comotive, and uparecars at several plarea -also, quantities of meat. Wilder nd Col. Minty, commanding the cavalry, pushed right into Mo.Minn villo, destroyed the depot building, brid iron, six hundred blankets, thirty thou sand pounds of bacon, two hogsheads of sugar, threo of rice, eight barrels of whisky, two hundred bales of cotton, two largo cotton factories, one largo and one small mill, camp tents and mills on Charley Creek, ditto at Liberty, and took o...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 29 April 1863

'A $ rl Jr. . a- . . f i - - 4 . - I t .."-7. 7 : IT 9 wai i.-4. a... 1 PUBL1SI1ED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF TBINTEI.3. OFFICE ON PMSTEES ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND TEADEBICS STREETS. t, vol n. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20. 1863. NO 17 1 . . oMV ;!:;.- !.) I VI Ool, iV. 'l. J. rs in. g o&a fond- irs. i! 31) a I rell- r KN (H . nhutlHa ' t) ; d, and ItloJi to Itavtlta, lo.pltai killcel i hurt 'r now. 1 In t'w Depart y i. toe Jllug w of thw imbor .! r lut';!l- rlllue o .jeni--. tit.. Ma. rg,P OF THK urtlt lib, Ii price il cturlilK, lit day i lllllllMlilt.t a, IHtwl. I, Pra. rica: K. led wllhln uefHce, al , !, I'jr le i rilau iroaei'uU'e .1 . ? nn I.U t I''' , Ocotyia, Tl'lHH'K- ri', i ald Ho d pt ui'iikto .ay I . ixuj - lion, under ivtlVUl.d, I Cl'illllHH id Ui. r. iii. I Court . Ik r ."id !': o'cl.'k m j lutt'rin'.o ii.t iu ti.m ,U'K, M. 1. t, rica: ' i.K. wtlhm and I SmIlviik, ill Iriml'li'. ihc Jlid.K a po biitmU ytHHla,! VII and '' i k n, a j Cliri'Dlllilf. oftl t'ul. um...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 29 April 1863

d Ft Freedom and NatlonalKjn . u. minictfit, rcmor. WEDNESDAY MCKN1NQ. AI TilL 29. 'C3 Another Attack on tko Nunlivlllo tntou Club -Hrrord of two Cop porlieed Idlton. The Louihvillo Democrat lias gnno crzy fttr (bo "Declaration" of the Union club of this city. Sunday' edition of that j piper contained a second attack ou the numbers of this body, which thejr will be divcrlfd to see and we copy it in ''Ml:',. , ElIAXarATIQH IN TiiSSEHSEE.'-.SeTe k tnornwg siine we tltUil ir. our nfw column tbt at a meotiiiR of the "Lnlon League in hrilIo 1 eruie usee, a rt'Sj ' !ulin bad bien a lop(.;d coudetntintory 'of ihr iimti'u'ion ofitlavcry, a inimical ' '' to I'lillghlenutl prugreM, dishonorable to ' ' ' labor, and ia favor of iU emancipation ' in that State, at the earhrgt possible date . :' Tint resolution we do not doubt, origin atcd with a for men in Naahvillo who ' have gone to that ci(y fcinue if occupa tion by the l eiieral forces, and who real ' ly havo no permanent interest in the wel...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 29 April 1863

TlT.-lJAtf MOIiNINf, APRIL 28, 18C3. We re indtbiod to 11. II. Singleton fi Co., for files of tltn latest Louisville anil Cincinnati papprg. Tho glorious 8lioweriof Monday night ad yesterday ma'lo tlio air duliuiouc; a grateful change from tliu hoat of Mon day's aim. The strawberry crop in tbia neighbor hood is luxuriant. It will not bo many days before the early Taiiuties are ripe; and onr market Btipplled wilh thcru. V. C. Collier has again laid us under obligations for late daily papers from Louisville and Cincinnati; and for Har per's Weekly and Frank Leslie's Illus trated. A gentleman who has just returned from visit to Kentucky informs us that the wheat crop is remarkably promising; and that (he tobacco planters infer. d to do their utmost torsive a largo crop of the " Weed." If Mr. Jacob IUbtimas is in this city, he will please report himself immediate ly to II. Haskell, at Hospital No. 2, on Collego Hill, (Military College) April SO-21. a Tiieatue. There is no disputing it. ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 29 April 1863

Carft'rev e iiiMHiiiiniu ijljijjjj m i ii h aywt f ir ireeuom nl Nationality. WiON'teOAT housing, Arat sj. ison M oclt'r N.ihTt le t nlon .o Club l'rlces. We ere under ibe necessity of repeat ing (be ennouncetuent thai we hrctio tlub prices for (lie Weekly Union. We furnish it lo e'lhaciiberi et the not form price of Two Dollar per annum, from which we make n abatement whatever. 'To pcraone pending us twenty subscri ber, we give ono copy gratuitously. The coat for white paper is bo great, wo can Dolau.inl torto morn linn this. if. , I'rileulr fietlce. Persons mailing, or othi-rwise, sending us money, will oblige us by remitting "green- ba' k." They are recognized as currency, and refused nowhere in the , United States. We receive frequently the notes of banks which may bo solvent enough at home, but which we are com polled to sell at a discount, not being able to use them in our business operations at . par. Will our friends plesift bear ths in mod? Inducement to Sutlers. We beg lea...

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