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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 29 May 1863

' ; : .-r; r... s - - ------j-jt-; SIMli - - - ' t v. ; , . , y i ' ( FUBLT8SKD BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. QFFICS ON PRINTERS' ALLEBKTWEEN UNION AND DEAD K RICK HTREETa NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1803. VOL II. NO. 44 NOH. AIU LOCATION HOSPITALS IN NASHVILLE. Nu 1 Ou Fsetory, College Street o th HtU. Aant.Hurgeon, C, r. Haimis, U.H V. i gX'ulraralty Building, Market street, on the Hill. Aaat.euiguun, K. U. Lisps, C.8. V. - S EoMay'. Bnlldlng.H .E corner Public Mqoar. Hlirgooll, I .a WIS D. ll.BI.uW. 4 Howard Ulgh rVhool, Oolleg street, n tlit fllU. U U. Bill, Hurgooolo raarfo. " S flan Factory, tipper end Fiont rtr.ot. i Asst. Burgeon, IT. U. But. - ft College street, Boar Broad. Burgeon. CgA. Sou nu ii f College street, between Chnrch and Broad. Act. AMI. Burgeon, a. W. Fbaki S Masonle Hall, Church stieot, B'r SuBuner . At. Burgeon, 1). Boh, ' i o Carriage Faetory, Market Btrert, 4tw the Su,uar. Asst. Surgeon, O. dtkim K. lo MedlcM Colby, College street, on ths flUI. ...

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 May 1863

. .. , r $s3Jilfe Simon. yor Trefidofli ftad nationality. ns-.r: t :" 1 (t. O. WEUC!i:H, Kdltor. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1365 Land ffIontlr. Overgrown landed eslslos, even whori occurring at rare intr?sl, are srt rtil. I A political sjstern which fosters the I' multiplication of thrse estates, does vi ola! ion- to lbs prinHpU of nittnml Jfis i tiee. If fifty mon hat rfgfct t j htAi 50,000 srires apiece, why not 100,000 ftpicco ? ' Why not 00,000? Why not a ' million? Lit ns make a sptrial lnatinre: If th EothctiiMs, Barings, Wm. B. Astor, and a dozen other Diillionairoa were to ' combine H pnrchsse a tV-w Congress! iiai ' district j in Middla TeunesgoeJ would the , people rogard the slop a Messing or a , curse ? Would t!my en course tl mo ' nopoly tf land, or wonld tbry atop it? Now t'lesystrmtif negro !rry tend directly to establish these enormous es tates, where one man and his family use fifty acres of land for their needful anp poif, and several thousand acres besidt fjr t!ie pu...

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 May 1863

t u M i T, rv Da"i ! io, p-r ennam " m wort fW 00 M FRIDAY MOUNINU, MAY 2!), 1BC3. ; Wanted, at this office,' a' tcady and competent Book-keeper. None other need apply. It was announced in the Press of Thursday that Win. Peinumbrane, a citi zen, Lad locs arrtsted, lb day before, as a spy. We find that tuany persons are under the impression that our friend, W. B. Deiniuobrane, of the firm of Lee S. Dunn fc Co., bankers, is the gentleman referred to. TbUl la a ''nlsUk.' The party tinder arrest is another man, .a citizen of Cheatham county. V. II. I)e m urn brant) has'netihor time nor dispo sition to play the spy. TTe is engaged in a far better business.. ,,,,. I We are informed that Mr. W. C. Bir chett and Mr, K. 1. Foit, cilitSna of Nashville, who left this place a short Hire ago, as escorts of parties going South, have been arrested and confined in jail at Columbia. They were permitted fo proceed to their points of destination, and w.'re arrested whilst on their return. . They aro c...

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 May 1863

ggg? . T"wr w-w-r -w-v ri I we- I . . . i " " " -IZZtZzZZt NEW GOODS! 17 NEW DRV GOODS! f the rntalry. Col. nfpjmj)n H.arirrunn i nli f lVnnilvni, hkving lien born jn IUMabarg in the month of July, 1827, CoriMqucnll lie U Acarlj . tliirtj-iix Teri of . At cr early age he re moved to Trumbull cii"y. Ohio, in which State hcreaided for nearly fifteen yeari, and be n moved o Jckonille, I Illinois, where he renidod w hen the pres ent war broke out. H wa in the pro duce bninti, and.toune hit own word, "waialo a tunmcian, being able to play on any iiixtrnment from a jawsbarpto a hand organ." Shortly aticr bostilitiet couitnnnccd bo left for Cairo to Join t company that bad been raifled in his town; but on arrival there he went on duty as aid to General Prentiss. When the Sixth Illinois cavalry was organized he was elected Major of that regiment, but remained on detached service as aid to General Prentiss, with whom he serv ed with distinction. On the 28th of March, 1862, when Colonel Cavan...

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. — 30 May 1863

She MM 10 hurt 1'UBLISnED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADS SICK 8TREET8. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, MAY 30, W(53 VOL II. NO 45 I - - CtEIKCTr-U DAILY by LFB I. BURN ft CO., No. 2 5 II N 1 O S 8 T B E K T. a.T- Theitn qti' uth.rii are fr I'nl fry Notm, OhK In-I .., mid Km.tu IWnk of Tennesson . Union Uauk I'lanO-vs' Hank Merchant' Bar k Dank uf the I n ion Traders' p.nnk Rink of fidnmiT.w.. Oily Hunk roirmer' IHnk Hank of Par. a Dank of (1iat'.n i . hank of M.-mpliia Buck's P ink .' Klvnr hunk i.Vmmercal Rink.... Ho..thcrn Mank Bank of Nashville fl .uk of hlmlhyvlHe IWee Itnk Hank of Pandrlda Hank of Vv'eat '1iiii- Hank ef Middle Teuiic-ese Northern Hank Oenri'ia anil rlonth Candlt.-a , North Carolina and Viigtnla Alabama .. "Louisiana B .tying. Gold Sliver sous i d Mlalea' 1rei.i ky: Id dit. lu In .... '.40 ' til ' 40 ' 40 10 ' Il) - 4ll ' 40 . .... 411 40 " 4f ' 4.i " , r " . 4' " Ml " 1.0 " 4) " 20 " 1 1 " 15 " Wt - 4', 2fi ......

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. — 30 May 1863

r. 'j 1-1 i -ili J'i r.i I i. " . ' i t I 1 j n u i 1 C'... .a iliO.' v I . 7 r. ,y. , -v a ! -ul - ,V,(I I ,ll Ml In f ..J for freedom and Nationality. . .. zrrz . . nnv.f.r.n, i:diir. iini m nuwmi i J ' , J ..'""' 8A1URHAT AIOSNINft . MAY 30, lSiia. v-' The Utile coicrliead Louiltille 7)m araf, icl itself, coila, wriggle, arid biHari atmoat a well at timea M the bi : copPrbfd, tbe Jvtmot. In lute iMii itMji: . . ln order to end the rebellion ilavcry ,, . , Biudt be tlpitroy ed. Free lnd alave Slalt Ol (hi cannot gft alorfc tngither. Now tlie here lWed tocntiier under one Uoveru- r men l einco this was a conntry. Our father! were wine rnotitrh te do it. Hare we lout the capacity ta do It V Terbap we have, and along with it the rapaeiiy .' to inpport tree government at all. Tii U, as a Hibernian would ay, the Uepth of ehalluuyntte. The Union has ex- liled with alarery for a good many years, therefore it can always so exist. Is this deduction logical? Let us sec. It is eqaivaknt tota...

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. — 30 May 1863

ramtlMWMMMrM -UMiMiiMWMM.! . I Werli If "in T rf. I'lilnn Two Dotlnrw, SATURDAY MOKNISO. MAY ). 18ii3. Wantf.dto Complete our Files. A copy of tbo Daily Nshvilte Unios Tor esch of lh fHiwing dates: March It, 1803. April lOih, 1803. Any of onr reader who niy have cither of tbo above date will oblige us greatly by sending them to tbc Union of fice. Traije iUartATioMH. W. P. Mellon Supervising Special Agent of the Treas ury Department, publishes the local rnles and restrictions under which limited commercial intercourse will he permitted between the citizens of loyal Slates, and (lie inhabitants of all places in those parts of Tennessee lying on or west of the Tennessee river, or on or north of the Cumberland river, and occupied stid con trolled by the forces of the United States, and poitions if Arkansas, Lou isiana, Mississippi and Alabama, so oc cupied and controlled. Licenses and permits for trade are authorized after the 27th May, just past, to ba granted by the Surveyor or other ...

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. — 30 May 1863

kite" jWm ivmi (iWa.i NEW GOODS! 15 11" i ME 'W-ajJWtJj,. I DRV GOODS I 1863. J8G3 GRIFFITH A PADom I 8 331 JHm T 3 QENTLITAXENtl TOORFICEES FOR AT OF TUB) AUM V OF THE SPHINi, AM) SUMilill K"o. 10 Oolloge tftrr-'Bt FU3,MIS!IINE G;JUIiS MEKOHANTj AND WBt.LKSAl.H KltAl.1,,, , ; Grocories& Provision I Q A N X) v run TIIK S P I t I TSJ Q d"LTM BERL A.1STD AT AND TIIK AHMY OV Jl'NT BCtialVKii, i caiWK xj;n wU HBI.-'T ' HTOUl OF- Kancv Cali(ioo.s, Mainea, QinghaiM, DOMESTIOB... ..U'J : 1 1, It ';V ,if:i r-i-n'. t e .i i:-in.r. 4 liO 1 I '6 i ! nn 6V i- KENTUCKY , Mecataary authority from Hi Provoet Marahal deneral bavlngoeu obtained, th underal;nd -will reoelv order fur tu ptirchaae, Korfh, of every rnl.it of CLOTHING AND MILITARY GOODS, uM fir IndWIilml um, wlBrh article will b fur- Blehed at Korlhera prh-ea, ooet of transportation only added. A Aral clan Northern cutter will altnud upon re- quirt, and tat malofii", from which, In ome Northern city, anydoeired at) ! of garment 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. — 31 May 1863

Oft I ;ot, PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF miNTEIta.-OFFICB ON PEINTKES ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AKD D BADE RICK STBEET3. j VOL II. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. SUNDAY, MAY 31 18(53. NO .10 ,aMgBBa3gg ,,,,., , , . - ' it. UXJST by, ''..'.7. f - - -t -r,r-.-..i g.ggggaa ' 1 IU- k' ' 13. ; tap,! 4 1; i J i 1 I ill! is, TP) I D 'Si I'OHKICTED DAlLT by LEI B. DUSH CO., 1 Ho. 15 UNION STUEIT. ill. J -j f Those quotations ar fur tolled Hlsto' Tren ,ry Note. Ohio, Indian, nil Kenloi :ky I L.i.k of Ten , l .,l,.a Bank 4 li.nlera' Rank .Werchenla' h"k -Link of lb I i'i"u Traders' Bank . .... -Kink of Common it'ity Bunk arrears' Bank Hank of Paris Jinn of lilln In of Memphis ........ .nick's Bank Fiver Hank Commercial Bunk -j., roiitliern Bank , tiank of Naahvlll ... Hunk f Blielbyvllle Or. Bunk .. lutnk of Iiendrldg" .... Ilnnk of ''t TniKW" Hunk f MNill TunowK' hortlmrn Hnnk liM'iTl nil Btililll Corolliik nrUi (.nilin ud Vtrgiul. ,Ul.ml d'lULilAD . 5ii,iM imccj .. .bllTBT aoi 10 .... 1) .... 1" ,.. .4)...

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. — 31 May 1863

ffastaillc 'Union. fsaxssa "lAiii.. i-. - -- - roi Freedom and Nationally. 81 NDAY MOUSING, MAY 31. W3. Arrival fioTrn Jolnoii. GovernoVJohnwr. rrivcd lr- on ll.e Louliville trin ycstcrdiy even'rip:. U Wll net t the depot by the Firbt Middle Tennesw Infantry, nd lh First East TunneuM Cvlry, and escorted to bis residence on Cspitol Hill, by a very Urge concourse of soldiers and citizens. Ar r.vingat his residence, be addrcrscd a very few words to the crowd, expensing his belief thst the dy was not fur dis tant when Tennessee would bo wholly redeemed from rebel thraldom, at.d de olsrine that there was but one path to peace by lubmlB-lon to the laws, and not bv armistice or compromise, He Hiaica that he would, probably, shortly take occssion to give his viewi of the state of public affairs, and asked the astemblage to excuse him from any further remarks for tli. prose ut. On alighting from the carriage he was cordially greeted by a host of friends who tlironirr-d around him. For some 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. — 31 May 1863

' r K. !i M s flf I"1" Tw Dellar. , r.i . P" ai .fia oa ... ..- lS'3. . .:Lmtw Joa-.x, Mi'itarj Gov- . T . 1 1 1 1 Mr ci irnn'siTF, iifrii ia crrniog ir Liai.'l train. He was rnet tt llvr'iTtd Llm th every dtmonsr tii.r rfiw.t : and was escor'td to hit ,.n by t'. lit Middle Tnne( ,trj, Col. Gili.eh j the 3rd Eatt iff Cavalry, C.j I. dwaid; and 4'h East Tenne?e Cavalrj, Col tut. The Governor appeared be ,e enjoyment of good health. He A accompanied by a portiou cf hi f, and bi private Secretary, Mr. stxo. tw Myle of Shoulder Straps at Green retV couple of yoaDg friend of ours, tr in we t ntertain the kindest regard, nil J complimented as with a vcrj ,-rior gold pea and pencil care, the ,t elegant that coald be found in the rdry stores of the Qaeen Ciij. Tbej I accept oor sincere thanks. Wt shall .eavor to use liie pen my in tie rice of patriotism, virtue, and sou ad :iciples. eneral Granger destroyed the feDcea a Dumber of persons, the other day, resting some necessity additions to m...

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. — 31 May 1863

E5SS2 NEW GOODS! 17 NEW DRY GOODS! 1803. 1863. MPWCCm IN ITS sua. 3E2E X 3. '., AIM I) f GENTLEMEN'S FUnMSHINGSiifJUS .0 s4 TO OFFICERS .SPkXNff STYLES! Wo. 10 OUeg" Jitroot ron IFRINU ANII SUMIllill, OF THK AUMY Or TUK f.t! run 'nii; 3 wm-r- S P R IM G OUMB IT, KLAND TJ1IU AHMY OK AND KENTUCKY. i. JJtcoaeary authority Ttam h Privet Viaraiml General baring lti oblnKl, III' iiBiLralfnne! will r.oelre order for die1 ntircli, North, uf a.ory variety of CLOTHING AND. . MILITAEY GOODS, 1 t V J. 1 ; i A wanted fur ItidUJitutl ue, wlaVh eitlcha will lx fnr nlahed at Norlhnrn prim; cut of tran-trortatlon ouljr added. , j . i J V ' ? A Brat cla.'. Norlhoru cutlor will attend upon H qmul, ami lake tmaanroa, from which, In aome Northern t Ity, liny de.lred t)li of icivaiaht will 1r eiiul., the cloth anil fit of which will bo warranted. Aleo, a u 1 COR fitter wilt attend, anil take iui im nre, fr.'m which cent, will he made Norlh nhd promptly furnished. ... . . . , ( MILITARY GOOD -'.if J (.. 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. — 2 June 1863

1 L ' Mi U A I W PUPLT8HED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF rEINTER3. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, DBTWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK 8TRKKT8 VOL NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. TUESDAY. JUNE 2. 18B3 J". a ft'. . . ' ' ,; ,", . ' v'4,, ' !. ' " "CSS "' ' 1 ' ' - ' ' iii i i ' . ' " . . '.... ' . . ' , i . JO 47 ? . By Cxio day Kight's .Hail Mrr.KEKKHBoiio. M it .';(. The Ch-aila noojra litbcl of the- 'UOl'a Im Uio fiillow np: ' jWiVtf 2!!"!.--i:-pfirfA from Id iw ichRourtf piaie mar, nank s army cioh el Jiayou K-u'A. Grant Bent itnifl.i? of ti-nefl ttJi-rdn v. in rcUlimi to hi J sick and n omitlcd. Ibe t-Jaii.'l.li r of 1 ho I'ciJ'jriils wai far trroritiT ic tlio rsjait!( tijiori Yidisbtirtr , .nun Iri nny baltlo of flip war. . ' Thtv MisMssippian of Tiipprtay .iy lhat .Saturday's batllo before VicksibuVg wai t!io tno-, "tubborn of nil. ' ! Tho rjiiartrti)iitir tt Caul in eny th!- Hr.Uicgnriboats Did 1 ift Yazoo Oily. Richmond, Mitij 27. A piivatn ditipatch from Uuntuti aayaall was .will ycatcr day. VickHburg hol...

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. — 2 June 1863

:rr !!5 T.vl -V 7ii3r ruersrr.: Fcr 1'rticdoin, ftnd. llatioa&lity. tor TIT.--.DAY MORNING,. JUNE 2. 1PC3. Tho cret majority of Ibe American people believe tliat Providence inilicts national pnniBamrnts for natioBal Bins; Hhr t be lieve that a nation which willfully violates a great law of God will Buffer for the sin, jnsl as an individual will, sooner or later, nflVr, who steals, swears falsely or murders. Tko great maes of the civi lized world are so firmly convinced that bad men will reap the bitter harvest cf their offrnces, even in this life, that they repeat as a universal adage, Franklin's saying: ."Honesty is the beet policy." And when a great calamity befalls a nttion, men's consciences whisper to them that it i a punishment : "fo Jure dvcrnee, rmUlU-ii lord of all ! At wlioe command whole e lupine rliw or f.ll : 11 t.w- tUo r.LL prnra of hnmen tiuit An't town and irniiii humble! to th, diul." The United States is to-day the the atre of onp of the bloodiest civil Wars 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. — 2 June 1863

? j . " V. H cly I'nloti I KB "Kaut Row i) tub Tiao, Eiv." TLis patriotic song tvai bung nt llio tbcalre Saturday nipht, tho entire com pany participate in tho c!iru-. T!ie chief vocalist vrcro Mrs. IKrnarcl, Mr. Pent, Mr. Duili- IJ, nnd Mr. Clinton Mr. Vjjiii baving volunteered fur (ho occa sion. TLe rinin wa fauKncss; and wp venture to say t'ibt tLo laiye suclience regarded it as tlio n.ost, delightful t.cat cf tho season. With so math misical t ilfii t at lis command, vro re surprised that thu manage docs not make rcqui'i lions upon it oft'.ucr. We are euro that by doing so, he would ctumud rtill more thu Approbat'on of aa appunia tire arid dincriuiinstint; pullio. Trial if a Uedkl Sit. Josiu;a 15. Luck, of this city, a member of tin "Hack City Guards," Ui Tenner-fee rttul Infantry, was captured recently within tbo Federal, lints, by a demchmint of Col. Waik!nsr Kentu-ky Cavalry, and tried as a epy bofjro a General Cnuri Martial, held at Franklin last week. The caiijie was decide...

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. — 2 June 1863

Alt ri TUKSt)Y MORS I NO, JUNK .-WSJ. The rebil I'embfrton it rriiladcl "plilan ami ft Quaker. Hasn't tho poor devil got tumble ? ., , . Wcare Under obligations to Mr. BrdH, newmlcalor, I'nion Ktrert, for newnptvpcr faror. , . , - " " "e irt indebted to J. C. Rnydcr Si Co.. for the latest Loniiivillo and Cincinnati pipers;' ftlno 'fof Harper's Wefkljr ami Trunk Lr-alie'a Illnntrated. i . , .. d ? Many pooplo are puzr.led to discover , why bo many of the Northern Iemo : mtie leaders re either ao bitterly op 9 w posed to the war, or cool in ita atip. port. It proceeds from their reluctance to part with ft favorite and once power ful prty rauUat!on. They expect that the Union will be restored before lonjr, and they wish to give the Demo---crallc organization such a record during tho war, that it will receive the unani mous support of every slave Stato after il is over. The " oonserfatiTe" Detno f urafld'faCtion arc banklnff tin-1 their pro- slavery capital, and trimming their tails to ...

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. — 3 June 1863

1' ! !' 1 . .... U . " - . "!r:r' f i ; " . - f - ' fc'J Y'"'.' n ' a" '- '.' ' f . ,,!,.-- i ' " . : L, . - J - - ' ' f f f ' ' . . " "" t '( I , ' . f f a.: j : ! v , .a. . i 1 ' "' f ' ' '"l - ,r -.'.'('...' 1 f ; " i ! ! i : i 'V . f s Y. a : f'lVV ' '' ) " ' I V 'i : ;' 'V 1 fitl; ':!'!) t;y a:j a- .... -t.vto.'t or iMX7K!u-r .Tb nca r;iNTr.:..r am.i;i, r.r.Tv.T.r.it v::m and iv-aic-.k.:;?; Ti--;rr. ":)iABHVil1,E. Tiifi:. -fii. AVKDNESDAY, JUNE ;j ISW. no -13 V01, H gyMMtww-tectum y w '-i"'(i"jWw,KflWf(rf(mnii n Y.0 f il ti ct ' O ', 1 ::ri f M'TI li . ! - : ..I " ,.!. I. v:J.'."'.--! I 4 1mV3 OF T!ir,' UMTICD STATIC, .,"? i '. i i ft .U y'.-'W- : . t "A I. '! t f I, ,V I' r.i,i. ( r - f"- f,( n.. ( li'r I. 'I 11 il " A .1 'I I !' n.vi i. .. i !i.i I.' i ' I. I..- (-. ; ' ! I", In 'i I I.-' I l-i l I.'- .l, 'ii!:.tVfi,'i. I... I il ;i. i.: m . ii .. - !i i r r- .' ! .; ; i ft (, i v (-..' - 'ir , v. - I i t ' f i v j -t r n m ' i' 1 1 .: , "A jr-i'ii; i-n 1 ' - ' 't ' - ' I-"f ...

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. — 3 June 1863

' , BUJJL'IL .! U! t'cr Freedom and Kationftlity. -. c. riKiicr.H, uaitor. pwM.jillil-.i-Hi ler-aa-BBiail WEDNESDAY MOUSING, JUNE 3, 'C3. The 1 hcory of (rr-em?k iia Doctrine of a ConeerYiUlTe" Paper. Lt every citizen, eflpe-cially all non ilTcholdera, read carefully tho follovr lng extract from tho Cinfcinnati Enquirer: " Tlie protedion of white men against slavery docs nojrartkally cmuist in HtlNCiri.r., but in fad. They will not, like negroes, con ecnt to be reduced to a state of bondage. If we Itad among us a race of men of our own color, with Oie njnril to submit, capable of M, lid wWiout ambition or enterprise, hunMc, do rili-. and AexiMe. therewould be found no vrin- ciple svjficienlly potent to itand in the way if their enslavement, we auouia navt- our thcnrlca unon the subject as rational as IhoHfl that are founded upon the rninbc havicr of IIam and the maudlin morality of bis exemplary par Dt. Dut the ;1 nut be enslaved any tnoMi thin tho native American. Ila would kick ag...

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. — 3 June 1863

if'," T - 1 t r. u j Weekly Cnlon ' Dollar. 4int li, (a.i xnun 110 00 m u M tl 1 'J.'.JItH --''Z' 111 T3 Witl'NMUAY MOllMNU. JUMK 3, 18U3 Mr. A. M. DonLAtfD, long and favora bly known among the Jewellers of thi. oily and elsewhere, in connection with the houae of hit brother Qartt T. Doe- Lasd, importer of watches, Cincinnati, Ohio, hat, we learn, e atal liahed himaelf in baaineit In Marfree iboro, Tennessee, where, with a large and complete stock of watches, Jewelrj, hpeclaclcs, gold pens, etc., and a corps of experienced watchmakers, he is prepared to attend to the wants of officers and soldiers of the Army of the Cumberland. Ilia placs of business is in the Dank, North aide of the Sqnare, Utter known, in the arm at being the officu if the Paymaster, when there. We can recommend him as being ' a reliable and honorable business man, and worthy of success. A couple of soldicis on Sunday last, made an exhibition of their prowess at the NaahvilU Cemetery, much to the amusement of a co...

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. — 3 June 1863

t ,! t - if L ' ' ' , i .1 V t . Nolrcr o Traders, Sltippmaud farriers In purMiince of tho License at Hie Treiidenf tf (ho United H(tf, limilcd comracrcialintorcourso hs been permit ted bj the Secretary of tbo Tre-stiry to be conducted under hie KrguUtioni, pre- " Bcribed Men-li M, 180. betwfen tho cUisens nf lojr.l nd tl,e mbabifints f rlcf in ,hoM parts of Tennessee lying on or west of tho Tennessee riter, or on or north of the Cumberland river, and occupied and con trolled by the" forces of the United States; and also the inhabitants of such parts of Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama as aro so occupied and controlled, bo far as may be necessary to supply the inhabitants thereof with the necessaries of life. Licenses and per mits are authorized for such limited intercourse after tho 27th day of May, instant, nnder the said Regulations, sub ject to tho following local rules and re strictions as to the extent and condition of such intercourse, which have been , approved b...

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