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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 21 May 1862

ID) AIM KABEMLM UNION VOL. I. NASHVILLE, TENN.. WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 18G2 NO. 30 B. B. CONNOR & BRO., " CO.nJIISSIO DIEIK IIANTK, NO. ( COLLEOE BTKEr.T. t c w Mock Jnti received and for mile low to clone ont Consignment, Knit, fur r.un by CONNOIl & BRO. JQQbox. , FAIT, lor tsiilo liy coxson 4 r.no. n "V Colin HOI'K, f.r ta'.o by CONNOR St nuo. 40 ,.!. Coal OIL, lor falo by CONNOR k BRO- 1 r liBlf I)1U. Cal OH,, f'.r s.ile by a vy Hp 8 CONNOR A BRO. 1 Fr'""n BROOMS, for Mlo by lOKJ sp 8 CONNOR A BRO. f f bourn HOAP, for tal by CONNOR A BRO. Kf boxen STARCH, for ale by CONNOR A BRO. 1 1) chfistsTEA, for alo by 16 apS CONNOR A BRO 12 balf cheat TEA, for alo by ap 8 CONNOR A BRO. I O CR.llos TKA, for mlo by lw ap 8 CONNOR A BRO. io bom Vcant TOWDKRS, for ly ap 8 CONNOR A BRO. 2 Q OiHkd EODA, for ! by CONNOR A BRO. 1 fr grow MATCHES, for Hals by lLU p8 CONNOR A BRO. 25 8tttr "''feoUABRO. 25 K boxui COl FEE, for Kile by ap8 CONNOR A CO. 14 b5 bbln. VINEUAR, f-r aalo by CONNOR A BRO....

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 21 May 1862

SlaahriUc Virion. it Tct Freedom and Nationality! K. ":. MEIIC l-K, I dllor. WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 12. How About C otton. Under this head the New York JlV.f )i9 tie following speculations: "Ab (lirre is a fair prospect ihat Ihe ; war will bo over by midsummer, the cot ton supply question bop ins to be much discussed in commercial circles. Whihi this imnortant product lias been proved by the war to hare no regal power?, it is still in great lavor tnc woua over, ami hundrcdsof millions of money are ready lo be poured in tho South in exchange lor this lloculcnt Jibic as soon as coin ir.f rrial relations- can be re-established Now, what is the proposed? Vwll the cotton be sold or destroyed ? How much may we reasonably expect to find availa ble in the Houth, and what will be the probable course of prices t Assuminir that Die crop of last year, not yet marketed, was l,0(K),tXK) bales (it has been estimated at 4,700,(XiO bales,) . it is not possible that more than .00,i(X) bales can have run ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 21 May 1862

1 i WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, lf?62. IMoua and Charitable. The NashTille Christian Advocate " an exclusively rcligloua journal" according the fiolemn declaration of one of it e tditorg a few weeks ago to .Secretary Chase, in last February published this humane and pious paragraph : The lienor of Nashville. A fctate- incnt published in one of the city papers yeaterday morning, says the Nashville (ktzetle, Kith inst., represents that the Catholic I'ishop of this Dioccso, who left Lore recently on a visit to the United fcfates, has turned traitor to the South, and Riven important information to our fneiaies. We hope, and rather think, there is some mistake about this matter. If disappointed in this hope and opinion, the statements referred to turns out to be substantially correct, we have sim ply to say if the reverend I'ishop ever comes this way again, nn littler or snore deserving suljectfor a &itlhern grill am could le f Mini. It would be an entertaining tight "S roje performance, rind...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 21 May 1862

NASHVILLE 'UNION. PROCLAMATION. I'xecutivk OrricK, ( XushviUe, Term., May 'J, 1802.$ Wueheas, Certain persons, unfriendly ari'l hostile to tho (Joveminent of the United .States, have, handed themselves together, and are now going at large through many of the counties in this fttato, arresting, maltreating and plun dering Union citizens wherever found; Now, tluTrforc, f, AsnriF.w Joiin'son, Governor of (lie .State ot Tennessee, hy virtue of the power and authority in me ver-M-d, u.j hereby proclaim that in every instance in which a Union man is ar rtsted and maltreated by the marauding bands aforesaid, five, or more rebels from tho j) prominent in the immediate rifigKijIjrlKM.il shall be arrested, impris oned, otherwise dealt with as the balun-rof (he ca.se .May require; And further,, infill cascs.in.which the property of citizens, loyal -to the Government of the United Statrs is taken or destroyed, full and .unpIrA remuneration shall be made- to 1 h in out of the property of such re...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 22 May 1862

1MILY i VOL. I. NASHVILLE, TENN.. THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1802! NO. 37 B. B. COIHIOR & EBO., f c o n n ismo.1 ii i ; i 1 1 r an t NO. 6 COLLEGE STRKKT. IVewr Slock Jnt received and for stale low la cJoe out Conlxnraent, 200 Blil. fait, for salo by CONNOR BI'.O. JQQ boina SALT, for salo by connor k i.r.o. Kf Coils ROI'E, for a!o by tQ bbl. Coal OIL, lor mile by CONNOR & BRO. CONNOR c BRO. .m lialrbbla. Coul OIL, for mlel y AW p 8 CONNOR A BRO. 1 Kf i"I"n BKOOM!,lcT ilo by op 8 CONNOR 4 H?.0. f0 b,JX,l SOAP, for tula by 0J PB CONNOR 4 BRO. box cTAItCH, for Bale by CONNOR 4 URO. C cliosln TKA, for by lw ap 8 CONNOR 4 BRO I ) balf chests TEA, Tor naif by 1 ap8 CONNOR 4 BRO. 1 O cadicf) TEA, for sale by J.W a.p ap 8 CONNOR 4 BRO. 1 r" boxes Yeast rOWDF-Itf, for ml" by 1U ap8 CONNOR 4 BRO. O f o-isW 801U, for s ilo by tiXj ftp 8 CONNOR 4 BRO. 100 gross MATCH E.1, for sola by ,P8 CONNOR 4 BRO. O Pi l"x" Str CANDLE, for sale by ap9 CONNOR 4 BRO Q r boxen COFFEE, for sale by 40 P& CONN...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 22 May 1862

Tor Freedom and Nationality! H. C. FIFHCKH, I'.dltor. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 22,102. Till: EM. TIO, Fcllow-cilizens, poll will Le optmcd to-day ia this Judicial District for Cir cuit Judge. One candidate is your well-known fellow-citizen, M. M. IIrien, man of talents and experience, who lias proved himself true as steel in a fiery ordeal, which melted and consumed in its fury so many leaden natures. You know him and are justly proud of him. lie will adorn the bench if elected to it. 71i6 is his opponenl? Against him per sonally we have not a word to say. He Znay in social life he possesped of every trait which adorns the gentleman. lut, politically, we know that he has pinned fearfully. He has forsaken the old ilag f the Union. II has joined himself hand in hand with those who rebelled against the laws and the Constitution, And sought to break up the Union of the States which make up our mighty re public. He has helped to destroy the landmarks of law and order, and involve Tennessee ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 22 May 1862

.,J a.. wiiiv 1 ft 1 f TJ.KMS: fii.i C.hion, jr annum js m wofk, ao Tr.i WnMT Ujrioi.pnrnnnnm, h 00 Rikit I'mkm, per Annum.... 00 IHJSIM2SS NOTlCli The following Noiicen will Le ctn-rgmlnt lL rates ru'e- ; to bo puM for vhon han di in : Mahri-iib Notic trt Ipo :i,- f W Kcskk-AL NTir ,V) Narv.'i or Iatii ' " 60 Ositcart Noticka or Tiinirri nr Rr.Tprr, when not exceeding twenty lines, f 1 oo ; over tweii '., slid nnter fifty, f I 00 ; ntl fur each add,- "nal l.nc, at lue rale of 2, cih. -r tine. , annouk Mr.vTf or t ANinn ato. ' a County Oiti't.s 6 f0 f ' Ftatb 10 p0 " Cut 8 00 AIMtKTlHKXKXT. Cash required In advance for all advertisements, unless by special agreement. r Advertisement Inserted In the I-ocal Column Ctiaryeil at the rato ol twenty cents per line. Letters oa buairifcs unit nil remit anoes muft be addressed to the "Publishers ol the Nashville Union." Communications and Letters Intend id fir insertion Fiunl bo addressed to H. C. Mk-KCKR, Editor. THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 22, 1...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 22 May 1862

NASHVILLE .'UNION. HATES OF ADVKIITIS1NG ( ttn um ot lsw to cossnrrrf a squats ) I Ninar, 1 day f 1 00 each additonal Instrtiou t 60 " ' I week, 8 00 each additional square 160 a 4(0 " " " 1 00 ; icon tb 0 0 " " 3 00 1 9 00 " " " 4 60 i. i- ij (,o ' 5 0'i .. j H 0-V " 00 " li " Vd 0 " " " 10 00 II1IWAKI I AT ri.KAKrm. 0 in s-jtsrii, '.ire year, 10 each additional Square $10 Writl' U notice must be given to take out mid tl p advert . 'Tn'iUs of yearly advertisers before the yr scores, ' -.ber. lae we snail charge tlil done. No rintri. -,l of yearly advertisements w III be rliscoo. iini.ed ;th iuI previous notice to us, nor will ei.y -barg" bo r.')e (or Ion than one year at the yearly .si. r A'Jvfr'io'Ti exr'ieti'r the rpaco et' r?.cted fnr will b charged for Uo excess.- Tnuo the I iilon! It Las a far larger circulation than any other daily newspaper that has been imblished here for years. It is tho ojjlelul new-yaper tf the United bl.ut.es for Tennessee. It is the ffficial ricwpnpcr ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 23 May 1862

IT-Ti "W I Jl 1 i V A J.X.S.L f . IT OL. J. NASI! VILLI:, KRIDAT. MAY 2:; IK2 IDA WAS hj Mil n a-..i - A. sv 4. if 1 A B. B. CONNOR Cc BItO., r TJ yt I ss i pi I ; If C 1 1 A n I N, KO. 5 COLLEGE BirEKT. New Moc'.i Juat rorflrd mid for arile low to f lone oat CoiiclzaiticniM, 200 Itli!. Salt, for pain by bp 8 ff b'i.H tALV, lor f; .lo by tlONWOVt & IKO. r -"V Cull ROl'K, fr Ki!c y conxok a r.uo 40 bbla on,, ft). H lor e.i!o by OONVOK VA'.Q. 10 bair bbla. Ooul OiL, for nuleby Bp 8 Connor A r.r.n. 150 dozen DUOGMS.for bhIo by ap 8 toNNOR nno. Ioxob SOAP, for sale by CONNOll ft BHO. 50 box STARCH, for Bale by ap 8 CONNOR ft BFO. 1 1) chcata TEA, for sale by l4t apa CONNOR 4 BRO 1 1) bftlf rhestaTEA, for buIc by IO p8 CONNOR ft BRO. 1 ) eadl-a TEA, for aalo by J.5 apt CONNOR ft BRO. - 1 boicB TomI T0WDER3, for aide by J apS CONNOR ft BIU). 2 Q casks SODA, for Bala by CONNOR BRO. 100 erotw MATCHES, for aale by ' p8 CONNOR A BRO. ) ft bOKf!8Ur CANDLES, for aalo by ' JJ) apg CONNOR ft ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 23 May 1862

I'or Freedom mi EalicnrJiJy! S. '. inr.JIC'I II, I'litltnr. j iiii'AV iV(ji:r:iNG, may 'j:;. in.- C'rtiklt llio Itclirllior ui.cl Nuvi- Ilio t ill on. We tlo not desire (o sue merely a tij iH-essicn of ho Rebellion. The Hafcly and fjuielude of litis gnat nation, long ibi-nsccd by a. tonsolidaled oligarchy, And flow assailed by it with demoniac fury, imperative ly dunands that it be mifihed to the very earth, and stamped uji'in and ground to powder. The day of toinprcmifc with traitors has gone forever, if, indeed, there ever was a day To compromise with men who plotted their country's ruin. We have not one renceseion to make to the Rebel leaders. Let tlirm send forward their white Dags, their oli-ve branches, their proio sitions for aimistices and ttuccs, but our only answer to all this shall he "Sur render unconditionally, or we move on your ranks immediately with our army of six hundred thousand, and our re serve of one hundred thousand, to be indefinitely increased phould the for...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 23 May 1862

:asiitiUc Pinion. TI.R.lisl T aut l'vi't;, per anm-m tH 01 " ' " i k, .'.iVrir."iT ti6v,ra.niin:n, " C'l ie:it C'nio.i, 'f a'.ntmi C) F Hi DAY MOKN1NC. MAY 2:5, 1M2. 'I li .! llojt In tlie I lly. Owing to a singular misapprehension, w Lave not received the returns from tho varioui Wards. Tho general return 1 shows ft most cheering increaao of Union sentiment. In Juno 1801, the vote against t, .Scpaiation In the city wm about 300. Now tho Union voto is about 1000, al though more than owtftiid of the Union voters was not polled, because few regard- ' d tho election as valid, or believed it would amount to anything. Tn the 4th 1 Wardf the vote sUndn, liricn C3, Foster X. FoBtcr'g majority ig only 190 in the I city, when lie cjpocted at least 1000. The result shows dearly a decided ad vance in the Union strength. r V nlalimcnt of Women and G'hll n In Daat Ttnneuce by Keltel Aatliorlllea. The following Proclamation recently issued by the rebel authorities in East Tennessee, is a reproach...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 23 May 1862

j1" - I 1 5 NASH VILLI-: UNION. '! ;ihf Uie I'ulon! U l,:if a fir larger circulation than any oilier daily jicwHpai' r that lias been published hero for year.. It is tho fJi:!l 'iiw-p ' if the luited (V'c.'rv fcr Tennessee. It is Ibo i'i. hfiuyxioi) cf ' (S'm''' 'lomc'i'' ' It pivf-s II. e .' ( .-. .m I.i;Vhmj J)qiiiitif. Si'ili, rin-l ht'r tti'tn any It Ii3 3 i.-ti.l-:ntf Ciuilnilniriilinit VUllt the MiKl'vy 11 i ?;'!, fr s vhh'lt n other paper J.i i o hen. 1 it yv-n ii'liithjc information. rilOCLAIIATION. r.xi: L-nvK On-i( KL XidrilU, 7W!., May !, 1W2.) Wih-.hua, Certain prisons, unfriendly aiul hostile to the d'ovenunent of .the United Statop, Lave handed, themselves together, oii'i ate now goirt at large M.rmu'h oi If io counties in (his State, arresting, maltreating and plun dering Union citizens wherever found; Now, therefore, I, Andrew Johnson, ti'overnor of the State ot Tennessee, by virtue of the power and authority in me vested, do hereby proclaim that in every instance in...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 24 May 1862

iT.A-c3-"rnr7Trir UNION. VOL. I. NASHVILLE, .TEM. SATURDAY, MAY 21. 18G2 NO. 39- BALLY B. B. COirNOU & BUO.t COISIISSIO MFJIC II ANT NO. 6 COLL EC K 8TRFCT. v 1 1 . w Stock Jnat received and for aala low to clone out Conl2nmenta, QQQ Ulln.PH, for ralo by CONN Oil & DUO. 1 f C I.oxm HALT, for Mle by 1UU p8 CONS'ORk nno. rr Coils ftOI'E, for u!o by JU apB CONNOR & RRO. H fl b'- Co1 WL) for e'Jo t 4U p CON'.VO'i A: Er.f. 1 fV bnlf bbU. Coal OIL, for sale by IW np 8 toNXon&nr.o. 1 f Awn IJH0'J.M.-?,f(r pile bjr , f. r V lox.SOAI',forfaleby . JW ayS CONNOR A BRO. r: "V boxM STARCH, for Halo by t)V7 p CONNOR A BRO. 1 f) client b TEA, fr sale by ap 8 CONNOR BRO 1 1 bair cheat TEA, for sale by 4t np 8 CONNOR 4 BRO. i C) Cadlf TEA, for sale by 1 ap 8 CONNOR k BRO. j r boxes Yeast I'OWDEKd, for rile ; y (J ftp8 CONNOR BRO. r ciBka 80DA, for sala by ap ip 8 CONNOR A PRO. t rf groufi MATCHES?, for sale by 1UU apS CONNOR A nRO. 25 DyYCANm-F'S,fOr,i'cobNN0RA BRO. n r; boxc COFFEE,...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 24 May 1862

Tot Freedom andLNationality! 1 H. V. itJKHC I'JC,IUIUor. ' SATUKDAY, MAY 21, I8C2. PI', The I'almttto J'anlr. 'Yarionn accounts I'rorn Charleston oncer in staling that a widely ppread panic exist in Charleston and tJio snr rounding country. The traitorous and poilty inhabitants of that region quake with apprehensions of an insurrection Hundreds of planters arc iljing from the country into the city, while Ivundreds again of the people of the city are fly ing to the country to escape the terrors of the expected bombardment. They are realizing the state of affairs repre sented by the Prophet, where ho de pcribes the conscience-smitten sinner, crying out in the morning, "Would to Cod it were night ;" and at night ex claiming, " Would to God it were morn iag!" The urse of the South, and of the North, of all mankind and of Ilea vtn rests like a consuming fire upon the Leads of the authors of this Rebellion, and remorse turns their hearts to ashes We pity them not. Charleston is the abode ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 24 May 1862

'lung urihft f ) fcMwy hit- I m n i i Hi X hi:sini:ss notice. The following Notices will bo churrd t tfc'i rales ancpxctl ; to ha paid lor u-hon lan de l m : SIaSBIaoi N'mnt01 ln line.., . , .....,$ ?0 ICNSKAL NTrft ; ftO Nwnmor Iibath " . " fcO Obitcabt Notkm or Titmi'iiw or RuHjr.'T, when not exceeding twenty lino, Jl 00 ; over twen ly Ui 1 un'ii-r (illy, ii CM) ; mid for each addi i lotiitl l:ue, at Vue rate of 2 ctf . per i lc. i: ni;cMriTi or ttwMDATK. f(i Corm-TY OrricnH 5 00 " (-TATB ' 10 00 " Cirv , " 00 V SPVIkTlSKMflTS. " " required In advance for ll advertisements, :i y spoc.Ul ucrrement. itjl" Advertisement Inserted In tbo Jxxal Column uhargod at l!i- rate ol twenty cents per Has. llters oa biwnoM unci all remit anceg rniift be addressed to Ihffl "Publishers ol the NaMivlllo Union." Ooromunlcalioiis nod I-cttor Intend ut for insertion viuht be addressed t S. 0. 1! I.i'.Ctlt, IMilor. SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1802. State Union Central Committee. The President of the lato Union me...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 24 May 1862

NASHVILLE 'UNION. Take tli I'nlon! It Las a far larger circulation than any other daily newspaper that lias been published hero for years. It is the ()Jis'nl rwviynper of the United litalcs for Tennr-flsee. It is the tUinJ pfwmprr of the Nate of It gives (he lafril newi ftovillie Military Ijmrtmcnt S-ufh, nl Inter than any other P'pcr' It hns iiuiti'dndi'. cnnmnuirnti'in with the Military I'vidpimtno, whirl) no oilier paper here 1..ih. ft pi vp reli.iMe) information. rnociAMATioi;. l.XKl L'UVK. Ol KI'lK, X-isviire, 7;w7 May i), lbG2.f Whkuica", Orfain persons, unfriendly and hostile to the Government of tho United States, hnvo banded thetuselvca toRether, .Mid arc; now going at large through many of (lie counties in this State, ai resting, maltreating and plun dering Union citizens wherever found; Now, therefore, I, Asdhew Johnson, Governor of the State ot Tennessee, by virlao of tire power and authority in me vested, do hereby proclaim that in every instance in which a Union man is...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 25 May 1862

Mil , , , f t ' N - N O VOL. I. NASHVILLE, TEM. SUNDAY,- MAY 25; 1802 NO. 40 if . P , b. b. coinron & bro., COMMISSION JTli:itCIM.NTS, . I NO. 'COLLEGE 8TRELT. ,' Ne w fitodtC jaat received and for sale low to clone out Consignment, OQQ Dull. Salt, for sale by CONNOR 4 BRO. inn t'')e SALT, for al tijr ' 1UU pt covnorabro. 5g Coll ROI'K, for sale by ap8 COXNORABRO. A f I bhls. Coal OIL, lor laie by apS CONNOR Is BRO. ipvhalfbbla. Coal OIL, for sals by IV p 8 CONNOR A BRO. 150 down EU00M3,for tale by p g CONNOR A BRO. tvf ap 8 ivnsutt a unu, . K boxf-t STARCH, Tur sale by CONNOR BRO. fOhUTEA,foraalby '', Z ap8 CONNOR BRO , 1 tj half cheats TKA, for (Ml by 1W ap8 CONNOR A BRO. ! -I Q cadlcs TEA, for ia'e by CONNOR A BRO. 1 r bxH YcMt POWDERS, for sl by IV HPS - CONNOR A BRO. Q cmUi SODA, for salt by CONNOR 4 BRO. . " 1 rfXt MATCHE3,'for aala by CONNOR A BRO. boxes Star CANDLE3, fur salo by ' ; ; it) act CONNOR A BRO. ; apt 2& K boles COFFEE, for sale by apS CONNOR A CO. 1 A bhl...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 25 May 1862

"OiujfiriMc Sluwa. Por; Freedom andUTationalityv s. c. rirnt Eii, Editor. ' SUNDAY MOIsyiyO, MAY 25, 18C2. AVasklofton Correspondence. The letter "which we publiBh from Washington was written for the Union ly a gentleman of fine ability, for many years a resident at the capital. . Martial Law and ConAacatlon; ' ' The New York Journal rf Commerce of the 20th instant has a very labored and not Tery lucid article on martial law, the Tfhole argument of which is designed to jjroYe that the Government hai no ripht to divest a rebel of his property perma liently. It eays : "There is a war jpowtT under the ConetHution, but it has no legal effect beyond or against the Constitution. It may be exercised for certain purposes, but must be exercised constitutionally. A ian killed in war is killed constitutionally, and properly destroyed in suppressing an insurrection is destroyed constitutionally. But these re acts of war, accomplished by the war, and the war .power cannot destroy property by pro...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 25 May 1862

i' 3 V 4 i 1 (mMt virion. BUSINESS NOTICE. The following Notice will b charged at tie rates annexed ; to be paid (or vhon han ded in: sfilucUGi None Of ten lines. Ifownut Nrmrn " " , Nonn of Dsat u f 60 0rrcT NfTicM(ir TRrsmw o Rasriwr, when sol exceeding twenty llti(;, tl 00 ; over twen ty and under fifty, f i 00 ; and for each addi tional line, at lua rate of zji cu. per Hoe. AMTOUWraiXTf Or CASmilATS. Toa Coutt Omen 6 00 Httb " 10 00 " Crrr " 8 oo " lrVRTIMr.HT. CMb required in advance fur ll advertisements, ttolMtn by special agreement. jTsT" Advertisements Inserted Id the Wal Column cLsryed at the rate id tests pr has. Letters oo busineea snl all remit.snr.es must tie addressed to the "Publishers of tbe Nasi Title L'n Ion." Comiounloallons and letters Inland td for insertion man be addressed to 8. C. MKKCKK, Kdltor. SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 18C2. E State Union Central Committee. The President of the late Union meet ing held in this city Ex-Oovernor Wm. B. Ca Urn ell at the insta...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 25 May 1862

NASHVILLE "UNION A Itcbel Organ on the night of Suf f rage. The Richmond Whig a fewjweeku go published Ihe following editorial, which wo commend to those foreigners especial lj who have been impressed, or hare frier.ds impressed in the rebel army : It is evident that atrinsent laws must be adopted in regard to the exercise of the right of suflrage by all future emi crants to the South. Either a high free hold fjualilieation, or the possession of neprro property, or, if no other means will me et the case, the entire exclusion from anyeuch franchise of all future em- jranU Iroiu the Isorlu except by specia act of Congress. We have never been able to Vc why our own countrymen should make this boon of surlrage cheap -r than it is in any other country on the tarfh. In Great Britain, as free and prosperous a nation as the world ever Paw, neither our own countrymen nor natives of any oilier country are permit led to vole except by upccial act of l'ar liament. Whilst existing rights of resi...

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