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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 6 May 1863

1 I H'Si amaa mm at aei.. iii -'' imnii 5 'Jiltnnv -ti.'T fl ft i I- MT 4 ta r' i. ?i't . ' ,-r- r .- . . . I - MM' 1 . . JTTTTr A 'CI Oi.t lO rUBLlSHED BY AS ASSOCIATION OF rBITER3. OffFICK ON I'lUNTEIW' ALLET, EETWEDN U5I02? ANIV DE ADEBlCK STEEETS :u Jivjirj'.i.i J 11- NASHVILLE, .TENNESSEE. WEDNESDAY, MAY g;, 1333,:; ,V()L. ji: NO 23 " 1 ' 'i 'ii ii - -r-, . " - - i ii i.i , " "-.-".ii ,. m itih " t- . i,imiiri,i .... ''-t 1 .-, I fi,TT iT.f-:r , . - 1 r-wt. I up'vi nvi f: l .jn M.f in viiiwnx ti m i i isi hi ?j 4 1 I I I nl - H S I " I T I "A I rj 1 T iTl 1 LI r.1 I V I I LA I t ,.' J I I i I I ' . .s- i 'I'll ijr iraicvi . iw l . 1 1 it :i a 'ill , V" 1 i ' f II j i u i a I 5 I fil i t i ,- il j 1 I.I 11 I I tl I VI I I I --v'i' - v r - f ;"t -vat i Iff ,.,(:.,. tnor . ,;;:,,..!r,,t -J xr '"in - 1 ii , ' . - ' .... v , , rT.,.- , :, , 7,1 ft. I 51 JOHN ni'WH HM1TH, .f. -,r riTT'VMUAll HjINK. PMrnur, T ' '-' " 1,111 N LWM m.tr r. Martbrtr A ! r fca-l J"' '-' L lJ m . Jfob Kronv...

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. — 6 May 1863

re .1., Fcr Freedom and KttioaLUy . tt, NKRCru, Bditr. WEDNESDAY MOKNINCJ, MAY C, '3 Conalatnnrf unit ll oler Itrbcl. f Tho rebel protest vehemently fgainst (lie ttrriblo Bin of llio Fcdrrftl Govern 'niont in endeavoring to subjugate tlirm. Hut they forget the doctrine which they jirocUimeU themselves two yers go in Tonnfssee. When tho East Tennessee Union Convention met in Greenville, the home of Governor Johnson, iind pro claimed its eternal adherenco and devo tion to the Federal Union, the boldnrns of the patriotic mountaineers startled and alarmed the traitors in Nashville, and One or fhm sent the following dispatch to the Kew Orleans l)cH : '7 "TlllC floUTNKKN IJionTg ik aue db TKIIUrED TO HOLD rOtKSl(lH if, THE PfATK, THOUGH THBY HIIOl'LU Bt IN TUB MINOU1TV." The Memphis Apptal proclaimed in ila columns that " the territory of Kentae-ky was a necessity to tlie Suittftcrn Confclcraey wh'ch toouli hld 'i nt wJiatcvcrjutsl of blovd anil treasure.".' I . . , Thus we see that tha m...

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. — 6 May 1863

T j: II M n't" Weakly Colon Tr Pellar. lun.T fulfil, pr ati em I10 "2 ,'oek M -J -X- - - - - - " WEDNESDAY MORNINO, MAY 0, 'f.3. Onion Jmb Ilooma. A change ha taken place lo the lu- pcrintcndcnc of tho "Uxiox Jon Hoo-us." Mr. Johk W. Barry having retired, Mr. Eli Bixkkt one of the Publisher of Ihn Union, take, charge of them. Mr. B is a competent and xpcrlenvel Job Printer, and under his chargo tho reputation tf the office will be full sustained. We arc prepared as usual, to execute at tho shortest notice, all (Inscriptions of work, iu tho neatest s1 jle, and solicit a continu ance of the patronage which, during the past year, has been liberally extended to us. All orders addressed to Mr. Eli Rsi-ket will bo promptly filled. The prioea of provisions in this mar ket continue high. If there is no relaxa tion of the grasp of the extortioner be fore midsummer, persons of small means will be put t unpleasant shirts to obtain the supplies necessary to feed their fami lies. Comparing price...

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. — 6 May 1863

Lvwiiv..!!.rj;ii;ii..?.'.r;."'';js "3" "a ran V For Freedom, ii ' 1? .UojulitJT- r Tbd '"lilcLmoni " iouihrrn Illustrated 1 JVw ought to be tnaictoci lor utaspuruij, p tilre pichmonJ k,Ia flltett?;i ef III whole Lenrtund nonl were Tie V3tt3 wai but a secondary passion. He hsd crest d oubts about itt contlniiinVe. J'1V rfjsrded it a an experiment, and, Loped it wronttl siKxeott, hot lis wss far from blieTliK nuccess certain. Certainly, t while be luTed the fnien M the work oi i u own. nana, cu m naniuwi any lore for the Yankees, but tbe exact A . I I . ' i ...... tr .J. i Only. 7, Jluok Washington as a Sttflfcn" Itrfiiitff '-fire-cater? ' loving ' the Union only because ilTrir"VaVrtTfc6T bit wn liandfi,"-and bating 'Tanltctil unt suca is mo eiauou iaoa mis cnivai "ritf editor lias of that Father of ILiVKe The value of properly liable to con- fiscaliim-irt-thB District of Columbia is Vstioiate 4 at snven,, millions of. dollars. A. J . J'ost. ' ' ' :'-; Xol XJucU Sam lake it, :-TM will...

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. — 7 May 1863

dn ) t i l r x IT MUST Ujf ....... I fcir.-r ff A ,i onJ)TeV 'e-w. ale nri- L T T r " b " .rUBLlSHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PBLNTEKS.-OFH.E ON PUTTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEBICK STREETS." nr. on of , 1 NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. TIIUItSDAY. MAY 7, 1863. VOL II. NO 24 mt, ST. r blue D, KUrIM T, m ..flIVI , Uocta, irlny. Mlplly. mgi, 18. ooda r. ft Oood ilers. onilng tn ED Men 1 lii nil. I eu. Win dan ivies o w bethel S, and .d, atid i' adttlun ol lUWlaVllle, 1 Moapital lose kniM Art burl ara oa oe In tlx j IVpart my of tin uhIIIu,- u J..1 .me o( tii, Wy" tiutebor ol uj lutfllt u writing ' It) aecur. lole. Mo IboJ-ly ..I It 1 t , n or th rlan'h J'b, if b prlre ' ul:turiUK, ) lit Uy ol it lhmind K.laik). ill, Pra i T.EB8 , 1 A rn.it, l,iirf,r SIK. M wtililu mirnfa, al nul , nruaccuLia J nata eirU'B j , ano I " ia, iK'a, . I T.iiu''"",i lu aaid IUh-I s; i ir," j BIB b0 C'O I iltMn.ui'd"! i dailvviv'' ' 0 ,, yl.lwliui n.-al lli.T'lu. it t C'oorl, lo (!., aold i'K , O l i.Kk in to llilr...

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. — 7 May 1863

1 y Fcr Fredon tnl B'&ttoaalitjv'''- Crfltfrr. THURSDAY MOrtNINO, MAT 7, JSCS Wbi Art tha Pleuro Worablppcraf Ve preaume from the frequent use of tbaphrawNegrp-worahippori, that Ibe worship o( negroes must be very common in tha land, aqd. it beccmea worth the irouoie 10 inquire wuo are uio person wb bo tij'khHni Cr,tL!f,m,n'y,:lKi;r.'r nd Who make the necro of more valuoJ.16"'' . a. uncouuu oot, union men, than even free Government, and hitman progixaa tuemnic. First a's"to the locality of ','tUe, negro il - li . .. . . t ' 1 worshippers., They sro busd in tniall numbers scattered aver the 'North, though there tha church is fast dying out before the powerful influence of enlightenment; but the vast majority of them live South f Mason .and Dixon'$ Lir.e. Tho cotton regions are held almost exclusively by these fanatics, who after death co to South Carolina, whore they play the devil generally, and worship negroes worse than ever, Ona of the highpricnts of negro wor ship is Alexand...

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. — 7 May 1863

t 12 rc ju h : Weaul? I'mlau Twe Dllr. U.nt Unto, wuiiit j THURSDAY MOUSING. MAT 7. 1SC3. No Impudent rebel need fend articles to our pt jv r. We are determined to "cut off all rebel communications." fiTir.T. TDEf Cojip. Notwithstanding the ioclemencr of th weather yir dy, a considerable nuniSir of ci'iztDt visited (he capital fr the purpose of tking the otli. The question is not now, it appears, who lull, but who shall oot tike it? Nadbille may sow be regsrded as a lu;al city; we take It for granted that all.wlio hare re tamed their allegiance intend to dls charge their duties and obligations faith fully and honorably. There's comfort in the thought that we are all getting to gether again on the platform of the Union. The next anniversary of the 9th of Feb ruary, the great Union day of 13G1, must be celebrated, with music, and banners, and bun-fires', and speeches, and other means of expressing the joy and glad nefts of the people. Dkpabted South. Dr. Jous M. Wat sok left this city...

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. — 7 May 1863

a, ,., J- ' possession of the Mountain district of tbe Boutb, we should come triumph ant1cf the contest, and dictate t Knosville the term cf prscr; fur we should lisre within, our ' grasp all the slaves, ell the rtilrosds, all the properly, of veiy description of eight ribel States. Without a gunboat on the MiHisijpi, the Norlhwtst would secure the tree iiavifrgiion f that rtr firm iia loott'h to Its source; abd without Hi irg cannon at sea the Northern would deliver its ahlptuvnera from Iht-ir wcret enemy on the ocean. The lane and the antidote in thia rebellion' are both in the 8levc Stalvs of the South. ; We have said that the most sXillf'il tratrSS t& ever lited d"ti1d not placa 400,0() uicn so as t protect the horse-ahoe-atiaped country of the rebels from beinic overriui aud plundered by an army of 200,000, sftcr It should have obtained full military possession of the Mountain district, iiut ho iv can tho Confederates raise and, maintain an army of 400,U;0 men, after this M...

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. — 8 May 1863

: ., 5aaMSj . . ."'.".. : " ' - - u jiujji - ZrssX!v' " " r ' a . V a . . -SIS' ' --fii.kML.J .,, J j . .. 1 ""T"-; rUBLlSHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF rMSTEBfl-OFFICK OIT PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEKICK STREETS. ' VOL II. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. FRIDAY, MAY. 8,: 1863. NO 25 X DIISIX'TOIIV, C. Tooker, CITY GOVERNMENT. JOHN HIjUH Hiwrra, Afiayer. WIIJ.lAM PTIANR, I;-w-rlr. JOHN CHUMMl.KlT, JforaW. fbrpu'y Martha) W. H. V. 'ItBlnft'JB, - in Janirl A. Manna. in-rht of Ik larjM-J'nU'lljr1-W,llr Jacob French, second end Ibm, nc-rif , witu. Ins William llrlvuf. ltmi WWr-A. B. hlw.uk bind b'aur Tix (WIWr-- S.Orrt IVnnnr K. Henry. Kkarf AfuaMr Tboniaa leaks. rrMM 0 tA. WorkhmtJ. Q Dodd. tMa-aeaal o IA. Water Woria .Wm. Stewsrt. VkuJ at liepartmnlr John H. Koabiiry of l.a UemMtnyt. H. Brltrlrt". fr oeraaer J. L Hleararl. iwy s. it. miy. CITY COUNCIL. HmuA of Abier-n M. M. Brlen, Priwldsnt : John Career, Jos. J. Bobb. ltd Malloy, H. O. Scovei, W i-i. M n I. flaihnrnH. and J. C Hmilb. . ...

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. — 8 May 1863

it For Freedom ftiii' Nationality a. n. nr.itt'3 it, editor. ' FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 8, U3G. We have Urge n'-B of correspond jenee and conniunicatione, which, al (Lough acceptable, are neccasarilr crowded out or our column, niry win aoonmake their appcaiance. I'rnuds en Hie Soldiers. We bate recemd from Murfrcesboro pecimms of r cveral circulars, scd. by varioua sharpers abroad to the army, in order to swindle confiding soldiers out of their money. J. & Huntley & Co , aud Mr. Bf.stley, cf St. Louis, oDer to Bond a five dollar gold locket, and a gift worth from one to 0110 hundred dollar (aaoally the lat!er) for the sum ofw dollars. Strange, isn't it? We suppose Bf.ntlet is worth four or five ihousaod millions of dollars, and docs all this be cause he loves the'sultiii-rs. It is likely. Another gift man ia J. S. Dauton. Now, these gold lockets can be man ufactured for just ten cent piece, and are worth that amount. We hope no soldier will spend his hard eaintd money on audi swi...

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. — 8 May 1863

"SlashrlUC SlmOJU List of Xettors sSf-i T I. HIWH! Weekly tnlon Two Dollar. Oaiir I' moil, Kr annoes. m met... ..$10 oo tui TEMAiW80 fn tha nt Office at Nasnvllla. Tea' JV iimiv, r lb lit day ef Mae, 186.1, which, II nt taen out'la tbroe months, will be Mat to Us Oners! rout Urnes dead lelte . Persons railing fcr letters la this list will pi ay " Adverlled." J SOLDIER' LIST. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY ?, 18C3. AHmsBIUsM Ahir J.hs J f AIII-uB ThofOM Ahrarns Wm Ali hurt Di' k Allanvm Sobert L Alton Wm Atwsll AnsoB , Arg Da. Id I Alloa Cspt J Col. W. B. Stokea. Some time iince ws noticed the fact ' that Col. W. B. Stokes, lat Middle Ten , neisoe Cavalry, had Signed the com mand of his regiment, on account of a serious wound, which bo diabld him a to render ihe dinchtrge of hi duties I Impossible. Wo are exceedingly grait- I iienti y x.ba I fled t loam that he ha so far recovered 1 hr.cibwoitc 8 t a to bo able to resume hU potion, and nlnMri" fn i hai been commissioned accordingly, and ftabwr"...

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. — 8 May 1863

Snisiyiu.TSVicz"1 1 n For Freedom nd rationality. n. ;. itii.ik iiii, f.Anar. tiilon Job ltooin. A change h 4kn placa in Iho au- riulendt-nce f the "Uwios Job Koomb." 2Jr. Juus V'. liAimr having retired, Mr. ' cEu BeotLT one of the Publishers of the Union, takes charge of them. Mr. B is a competent, and experienced Job Printer, and under Lis charge tho reputation of the office will bo fully eustained. Wo are prepared as usual, to execute at the hortefct notice, all descriptions of work, in the neatest stylo, and solicit a continn- anoe of tho patronage which, during tho past year, has been liberally extended to us. All orders addressed to Mr. Eli Ekcket will be promptly filled. , , f . I'nrtlcular ftollc. "" Tcrsons mailing, or oth'-rwise, sending r ns money, will oblige U9 by remitting "green-hacks." They are recognized as currency, and refused nowhere in the United States. Vo rcceivo frequently the notes of banks which may bo solvent - enough at home, but which we aro com pelled t...

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. — 9 May 1863

MUhvg-. 1 1 M h. " ott. rg, 117, Mlon v i - IT TUBLISUED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF FBINTEUS. OFFICE ON PBDTTECS' ALLEY, BETWEEN USION AND DEADERICK STREETS. 1 w v r i a f at i m iti i -w i r a I i ri i tent, in, EI. M If 3 Ik aohlaat :d, auwLj, tic. :xm. Ii OIVl . Bocta. wrlay. OIUpLy, L Hollla, U SE. go, A ti. alios EAR it. A.-. as, ooda ', and. of Ooodi tuerg. KIBltBg I. use of ' CUUlberY- if lr.lu n ou wrtiu.,! j r to aecuit 1 Leile, Ma lw.i-if borf , F !! r or Till March Tib, Igh prlr 01 ulaclurllig, ii lit day ol ar Uiouaenti It, lhlid. Si, Pre. ric a: SKK. uled wiiku imt. ...e, i I., liltJ, f proaeouto ual a ocrlaln , alto ilo; IB, 0oiki i TbIiU"'. In ald HI n proceei may La coa iltlrtn, nude, doilvrted, I li claim. Uf unl iu.-r.iii, ,il Coui t. In lort'id Hi 0 o'clock li l IUlTiO.' ' liltl lu toe COCK, i. m. l. t. erica: cit.K. d within U ' at Na.tiVti.'. .iho 1'imble, Ill Mid''' ein uu tvwhali il OIHl,eOU, ,lU I Carp.lluiO T Ul 1.1 0"i .1 mux k K' inol of infr BvalU.l l'1 in.-l a...

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. — 9 May 1863

' V i i ? t i ' i: . s 1 k ! MnmMmMlll I m UlMnPMRMM)liyUW!i For yreedoia fend KtUcnftlityt . t liTEnrrw, ratio. SATURDAY WOKNINfJ. MAY 9, IPCS. We I.nbrr for Itraull. In the pending civil war tbo loyal 1tj re aiming at wW?.1 Thce re mits re the destruction of the rebellion, and the perpeliitirtr. cf the Oovernmml npon the basis of the principles rnnn dated by ,jFrTr.nos and his rnmpate-io! in the Declaration ef Iiulepciiduiicp. . Loyal civilians are writii'p, pr-aUng, working and pitying to achieve result, , and tho loyal soldiers sro fighting for the sme pnrpone. Now as rc.-ulls iue our ohject, It is plain that vre ought to employ whatever agent ar.d intitninient will hasten their av'iiilinii. The Gov ernment, tnd tho law-ahiilii people who constitute our Government nre under no obligation whatever to abstain from the use of any means which will weaken, cripple, or destroy treason and traitors. We are no more hound to rcrpecl the rights of law-defy inf, and God-defying rebels, tha...

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. — 9 May 1863

t 3JastoiHe Sluton. II. 1 1 M H l IVe-a'-ily t'nlon Tw Dollar. (U'l.t fat", (XT annum IV ' " " " r.......'. M t iltf I LATIO c:F THE CJIOX. pnllft " Weekly - ,00() Coploi. 12,000 ' Combined Clrcntal'n 8'JfCKK) I And mpltllr Increnalnff. SATURDAY MOI.MNO, MAY 9, I8fi3 Tho iiicreitso of our nuhicription lint fr tlio pmt tltrre dyi hai been greater tlmri ever. It is literally tremendous. Our Weekly Ukioji is now circulated by thousands north of the Ohio river, and the Union refugmi assure u that bo Boon aa post cdlcti can le rc-opr-ntd through thig Sae it will circulato by tena of thousand. Company )', of the 1st Ohio Cavalry, nd us " War Club" of thirty enb acriptions, to be Rent North, that their frimdfl may know they "are willing to battle fr a cauao to holy, while an armed foep jllutea tho aacrcd ioil of America." The gallant I!ucke ea add: "Go ahoad, MF.ncnn; we are with you in tho cavse of our country, and the Kashvil.'e Union !" TlIK Ql-kstio IF Subsistence Be stmctions os Traps...

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. — 9 May 1863

and Eationallty. . c. flnntTU, r -liter. I'lilon Job lUoim, A ch.ngo hi taken pUce In the bu periniendcnce of the "Chios Job Rooms." Mr. John W. Barry having rclirrd, Mr. Em Cecicit one of Iho 1'ublinhcra of'tho Union, lakes charge of them. Mr. Bin competent and experienced Job Printer, and under his charge the reputation of the ofllce will be fully sustained. We are prepared as usual, to execute at the shortest notice, all description of work, In the tieateat style, and solicit a ccmliiiu ance of the patronage which, during the past year, has been liberally extended to us. All orders addressed to air. tu List ket will bo promptly filled. I'nrtlcular notice Persons mailing, or otherwise, sending na money, will oblige us by remitting "green-ba.ks." They are recognized as currency, and refused nowLero in the United States. We reccivo frequently the notes of banks which may bo solvent enough at home, but which we arc com pelled to sell at a discount, not being ablo to use thftn in our ...

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. — 10 May 1863

I - K - s I 1 3 '( ...... ii I " ' ' I f-" ' " i-l ' . .1... n . i) i i .. - - . .'7TT- . i - : ; " ' v wV ' - - - - - - . s N, -"HVk. , J.&.., J. ,., I'Tfu.i B. , , ' P ;; J . ' PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF rRINTEES. OFFICE ON HUNTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADKMCK STREETS. " . ?i JoTnT' NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE., SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1803. " NO 27 eohll,a CD, ii ii- 4 A- ll orvi teartil', r Mii ib. j, 3. il.uiw, SE. CO., nil. .I. '!.. "' OH. Gooclfl ri, am ' I1 of flUb thicra. i tuning ) D K I) to utile i tnii rull Lat An uour : uivio. ttf , irh.Mlwt no mi, rid Ooli'Jiltf'u i i Luutll trij Hi..;; ta, Illy km 1, HIT fcj-1 n art W l jr cl)ir.K i nam; ot tt ilw o toctirf E!! K8 or Till ," UnruU TiU, ,! : y liifth prlr mntiinrturing, llio I hi ily ui ) ui'r ihi'iit-Dj n il 1J, nenca: ;lii Xxnuiwn'1. l uitx i .-lill'H ivh j priMiw? ill f if t mi! a crt;w ; uixi, li f iut , 'limn, J"H!!, iU't ,lollllt-,t. iu ml I IttK'l kylnic pr(.ci"M luti lay tti ii.iu in-nnlloit, ut"lf Itlllt Jjil V...

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. — 10 May 1863

.WK. . 1 t For i f. ;ni fi.-1'! IJttionaiity. SUNDAY -VOIIMNO. MAY 10. 1CV ; ucral llooiii' Victor,. T'hc dispatches of this morning fully Inslirv the cheerful expectation whkh we havo hitherto czprmsrd of General 'IIooklu's splendid Army. The Rnllunt .1Hi-i nf t'o AimT of the rvtomac have found at last a h ro for tlx ir t orn mauder. who has displayed tact, qaick- Lrrnidilr. as well PS i . . 1 1 l,- lMfTl..A unrt mil tfiHeU and taken liiu con-pie li ly ly surprise; ,! Thocavalry sapedition led by fcT nb ' was, planned by ;nt ral IIookkii. was ' ft intent.. a inair.v r,,o ' v Similar rXpeaiiion m um ni, ..... aj.rrl a. snlemlid luritre artmnd li .executors and planners. I' was bold, dashingskillful, rapid' and' tri umphantly Eurcpsful. Tlio rcbt-ls cv . , tairdy cannoli impair Via damages ' .( t their comnmni iiUims for -niim'l.s, if l ' 111. JLIIBl lilO MNUll lvt - - tinder Gen.' ITooKnt'u irmnedtae stiper UioA did. .i'.ucul .iu pe.f-Hl'nK " the. original plan, ii to . be attribute...

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. — 10 May 1863

ill i i !! SiastivUte 1taiou. 3J ,'-r , v io i 1 ! : IVrel. Ijr I'nlon Tito Itollara. Dm r or s-Hit.tr. .... Ill u i. ny( .... K6 't-Iltcfl.ATsO (IF Til 13 t'.HsOtf. lllf .... U.OOrt I OI Weekly - - I2iO'X . Combined I'lrcnU t'n 80,01)0 I And rapidly Increaainir. Nnativllle I'nlou Club. Wo ara eratifled to at-ito that this I noble organisation, one of the harbingers of Tcnnesopu'a redemption from the tliralloni of old intoh ranco andbigotry, it in a highly flourishing condition. The Hirelings of the club are largely atU-uded,'and are distinguished for their enthusiasm aud good fellowship. The growth of the club has teen greatly in creannd since the adoption of tee cele brated anti-g'avcy declaration. I're voim to that time the applications for membership averaged about twefjlj-two per wetk, for four wetks; since that liuic tlio Applications have numbered firly per week, and the Secretary in formed uj yesterday that there are sixty applications now on hand. Slavehold ers, who have ne...

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. — 10 May 1863

Meantime, In the left column, mailer wtr iomwbt the m Tlio Colonel of tit Matstclitiictls Seventh w as hit, And Li rfRlmrnt Ultt-red also, hut wni rallied bn(Isnm. Ij by Col. cf the 3Gth New Ymlt, n1 with those jflorloua fullowi It went M OuC more. The upporta iu ttio open plain drew tN neniy'i fire heavily, but they went on tdily from the l)rt, nd went into the work witli the rcat. Indeed, Ci.l, Duru b.m, of the Cth Maine, cialm that the colors of hii regiment weto firit planted on the hill. Many of lhe riemyl rem wcro slain in their places' in the pit where they tood till the last moment, and resisted etren aa our men clambered over the wall. By thin success the plare was mini : the enetny'a line gave way precipitately ; our men entered at several points at once, and we captured eight gun and from elcht hundred to a thousand prisoners. Tart of the force that occupied Marye'a Hill was I'.artow'e brigade, esteemed an ' excellent one in the rebel service, com posed of Hie 13lh, 17th,...

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