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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 21 June 1863

c , ft? -f 7'5 ' ! I" hs X LI . ' t PUBLISHED iJY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRIJtTEF.S. OFFICE 03 riilNTKRa1 ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEIUCK STREETS. VOl, ;1. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. SUNDAY. .TUNC 21 18 NO CI ?. t r-iv -aP 5, it it) 'ifc Ol Hs(H I'rtJ -hy itlvlhir g A F C I. f . ; - V V HAHVKY, rvl IN No. Lh-ni y .Sired, I' r.rl'vill.-, r!V.i '1 III.) AOKN i pBt'ywfl l- ii'tar frtc-utloti fi. pt. A"i;tli it and acHkht'-et i.i t C;. .1- a1 (V.v-i-r ir--ri.t I f .--" 1 1 i. : ' :t . )i I r.iu c i i. i-, t. i tlvw I'epdr';i."l i-i I v y "r t J rr-.TulKtlill' I .."', ri 1 1 .:.,. . ..1 t'l .1 Uiwt . If: r ti-.ih tin. Particular i. . :it (it Ibe pr Sia!i, " (- ''o'.i a'.Il ."'.Mi ! t".-.; . t .'., I . ! .' j. , . i t . .,.. M- . .. r t'i.! ! Ii.tf, iJrllHr.r, 'vJiii! '.. t rfrnq '.' W.. s:.v or. r.n '..- H .,!. 1,..'! 1 .M.v.;:.-t TO - . . . iii it" n.rt.i-o, utl fi tl. (0. ' I'.H J, I'.ru-'.,' i.l trtn. t f l H. il.l ( tlx- J:.. !,.. . yiK'rii.l on a- b" iv. ii in Flnjesvi,U i.r v V n'rii Ii r...

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. — 21 June 1863

For Freedom m.J Nationality. !r,.'.. A large .laveholdcr or Miaaie icn nesee, nun of Cue intelligence, iu formed ns, not long ago, that he knew more than Cfly Urge planters and slave ..... in htm rnnntr who were earnest trnancipationists and free labor men. lie assured us that the causo of nti slaverj end , free . Ubor was gaining ground rapidly in this region. Intelli gent and honest men who were never in fected in the slightest degree with aWi ; litlonism, are fast becoming convinced that the system of African Slavery has lived its day in Tennessee, and that its presence henceforward can only be an intolerable and unendurable curse. We finuly bolleve that in a very short time the cause of free labor- will advance as fast here as it is now doing in Missouri. The pro-elavcry, "xiegro-worshippere" read the hand-writing on the wall which dooms the odious system, which stinks In the nostrils and offends the eyes of all'dhrlstcndom, and howl with impotent rage after escaping over the Ke...

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. — 21 June 1863

sr. ckceiu;ac.drmy. Hie .""-i' ml A nil t nM I n riil U 1:. at ilil Inlltiit,in on 'riSl.V i it, ;11 in, I. Ifc iiirnlm wit cr.mni in i at 4 'clock, V M. Tl,r Kill be a riPirf-mlor, ,r t' o t n:o- f om 6 11 7 i.'c!nr.'.:, during lu I, in,,., n f. -l.m j if i' r jr i rwuitJ In tt.t 1iM iii sil .,f the Acn h n ) Mu m. Marlin Ai r.uj'li, H i. p ntii-nn;.!- C.i.f . li. u n,if 1'n.on trl, hue i.hnn of tli nln- i.v.'-rit I pnrtnvnt. f.'miil' nvp w i)!tvr for the A ohmy In m the i, ! i ', neir Hie Vtit" I'n nk, on lu rry .!nit, a' hllf lut Lull t'KUt livi-, and m vi n o'tloi k, H. II. ill wi,1U0.'lo k kHI Ulll. 'Bilill id ultlr. v. Ill h I v It in tlit ir ici.l. iki', II Kiliilii tli'iA-'irportitp limit, ol tl;i city, itft'.r llio cuiirhii;ori of the exur. .!. . ' I CosmcATioN Sale. TLo render' at tention is directed t tlie rtlo of con -iincted goods whkb takes place to morrow under tlie nuspirrs of llio Uniti-d .States Marshal. The r ai commences at 10 o'clock, A. M. The good aie cf.ex- 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. — 21 June 1863

J.,, OFFICIAL.! t a w r '( i p t 1 1 r. i kTT r. n sewnft 'Canjw. ' ' ' j" ' (PiyM: No. 07.1 . f..r t' - j .f.r n.t-t Jui1ll.riy.w1,1"" ,.i nM,.tM.'Mi f' vTl,1 r en.' L'.. .... .' i,a i .ml "' "Of ne'itcv Ill II, c for r 111111' Tm.ui.iV flit OIII'TW - ."n.i.,,.. tV thirtieth of ''"' '"e""" , i,eiiiiiteerciirjisol the in. y, .' "' '. -.-- i I.--.I .n.l tlurt4ulir ill' H a.. .... II I ii in I i hciou nuii.i.w.. .. : .. . .,! llirm Bundled and I'1'1 ' lo dollar mill iv v- Vir tho ronnriiollrn and rot-air c.f von-i 1' ,. , . .... 1......I. .. 1 11 ' l-i, e ii.ivv. inno miiie'u i " thnii-and dollar". Fur the. pri:iiiieriU'tl' iiMm,: of udd't V M. it or, r (fcilK ' btlw ol v.1. cxtiir'ibnr imii mitetlalB. 't rili of mfi;H on Inrcitfu -tl.un, llltten in'.lli' "f d'Unr. ""'' k'lif two artimr-plt"l m steamers or iron "I Hi- iVit.U'-s. tlir-fl million dolliir : ficnuM. That O" 'run' rift ahull l entered into fur tbn con-trm lion i.i B-iid atnamcrs itnlii alter publi' ndvoriiitoiii'uit Ii r l...

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. — 23 June 1863

feta3Bai".a&i i , , ' -i; Tiirrr-TTiTrr Trm-i-im nr-nrTtrr-inir-TrTT rrffr"rii it 'n i i immfBn - . ' NJ ' tT".is r i in i r v r FTJBLI8HED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK 8TREET8. VOL II. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. TUESDAY, JUNE 23 1803 . NO C5 ' & - . h- va "y ' - '. ' i , TENNESSEE BRANCH' ' ot run iiiiioii cms mi , ObHDCCVBA II HARVEY, COLLINS & liBAOK, WABUmOTON, D. 0. CHARLES H. GRLE1Y, Agent JSo. 38, Cherry Street, Nanhv ille, Tonn. riPIg AOENCT pee peculiar nwllfltt, for tli X suooesful proaeostloa atid seitleuieul of D esands against the Qeoernl Corornuient of EVCBl DCSOBIPTIOH, IU conductors bating had HTtn ' years' xprteuo la tba management of claims for Congress, the Court of OliIms, Bad tho Kifbv tire Departments at Washington, aud bolei; thor onghly acquainted and familiar with ths laws an , raguiatlout gororolng tlie'r adjustment. Particular attention will be given to easoa arlslc, oat of the present war, In...

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. — 23 June 1863

v ' for Frft'.ora nnd tlationftlity. TUESDAY M MINI NO, JUNE 13. 18C3. ylrmf Corrripniidcnepi 'We are alwsys glad to receive letters from our friend id the army, for publi cation, when they contiin nem rf general inleres'... Tho publio generally care but littles at.out the peculations and crili- cismaof lottiir-wiitiTSj tlioy want now Oar space c mpcli n.i lo omit muliittrlVs of will-written li tters from tho front, which are taken tip ia speculations on foreign intervention, attacks aad tul njiu on General Mcfl llan, and surmhes ab:ut Ilooker's 'movements. Write wn U't teri write lriJJij, and wiilo on : s!!e onlj of the sheet, as nearly evtry phect has to lie cut Into two or Hiore parts, to be divided amonir the comrtor itors. We can t ne 7 a itul wiitttn on buth aiiles of a shut "Grape bU" will xu-e us. Wo cannot publihh Lis commuuicaiion. It Would be mnre a; p.orri.ile in the paper in which the communication lie com ments upon, appean d. Oar . relations with that pnper arc cnflLi...

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. — 23 June 1863

' f 1XESI)Y MORNIN'O, JUNE, 23, '03. towisritin, A the time approaches f.r uur bi nnial Slate election it in proper tlit the friends of the OoTtrnracnt should confer together In relation to it. We theref-re respectfully suggest to those ef oar ftl- ov-citiz"ni who desire la maintain the Htatn Government in conncciion with the Federal Union as it. stood prior to the rebellion and the war, to meet in con vention by their delegates, at the Capitol in Nashville, on Wednesday, the 1st day of July next. We trust that a full rep resentation will be prestnt from every county in ths State, as the business to ! be considered is of vital importance to the future welfare. lion acc Maisabd, W. O. Broww.ow, Gko. J. CTtUBLiriELn, ManhoM M. Bmkn, Horace II. Harrison, Edward II. East, E. It. Uj.ASOOCK, Geo. W. Pbidoks,' John S. Biuek, W. Spick en, Jos. 8. Fowler, W. II. WlKNKR. Nashville, June 20, 18C3. Joe Johnston's celebrated intercepted cipher dispatch Ls excited great curi osity. It reads: Lt. ...

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. — 23 June 1863

Mt ,-. t'.is Lo'lttVil"! I'ST'-m LfUrt from ib It"." " Et tUb-arrival of tho Ut.i A roa Mck. , J. T. McCt.mbs, o trcf ivid tie ful lowii.R fitlili6ol n JMSB.wl fnu. tbe rai iters j .,,, .m, Tbs Bum'bVr eftgifcea tui pot atstTetitv-tlve or cUMiiDtfiX th,, command 'f Hit"'; cnnnng the Olm burt5 Ivrtt P11'1' bu?c H'T I jwoor boat", tlify procrprti'd nf) on Iho Indiani. ibore ti or m ar Home. .... Their iiiiMv was be'icved tj ! Ibc rp'uio' of tho WtilnrsdaJ iaclef,"!f!a Gray Ka.ld. An it happened, liOVavf i , that the Liitla Kaifle lind taken the Di EdiYa 'place On Tnc idiy, tfcey ruif"fi thglr 'mark, and n it expiating tho Ma Cuiulj:!, as t!m r gutar packe', allow" b,nritw jisb. k, The dja,wa to captur the boat, act her uu tiro, and allow tin to dnft down upon the to ifoiat Munaroh ground at the head cif Hint Inland. Thej attsoip'ed to ciohs bank jnlo Kentu ky, but wcro altuk'd hf tbe Hum Guard, in cSftrg ol Capt Jarnf apd. Mr. Callahan,, a piivaia ia en In diana' rMmeht.' Six or aeil ...

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. — 24 June 1863

r ( i ten Kl nzssxissrnsnaiiiui Si 3 0 rUBLISQED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON TRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWKKN UNION AND DEADEWCK RTUKKTS. JH VOL II. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. THURSDAY, JUNE 24 Ifiia NO 6 i 1 if W0lllltlllC , f Tfeiyf m ii i- is ism 1 1 i- y i tv. 8. 2NT 1 IK LALS, Boot ' ins, iih KINS, E, "' . Boot. e Ties, pre, tro CMUIXIK, tins, ORK . I .... UCHJ 35 D. 3QN ET, BUFPLIaP all. of vhi.x b lUHMMd ' ,"' I d Fish, TUE CAST I od assort instil T10NEU1IH-' im reason W Tnaukiui MM ir frada i j STONC, 5 ILL, CI A I? 1 bev locale I j dicing., I i ironic and IM , aw Lung, lli 1 JotnU, Slut im, Gravel, AH ifrnitllent iu , with Kit uU ii reobjc.t. etweoa.Ch.rm MtUIDu' MlH i r or night, n IJanttl-lf t USE i1 anal I i I fctil.EKI; ....... weae: ia. ISninaS, I h'n?, ig Good W.'ar, 7a. artatjr of 4 OlotWors ... . . i Into IWrli' liit'inbci. olnio brsu jf eg will s1 .. i . . II II II 111. snre.l.H. Kb" HMHI kV, f ll,e tut.."''1' i I llsalon 4 Tv-frr tl jtttt:,: B, TEN1 wd frnx on b,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. — 24 June 1863

I Vox Fretittom and nationality- . ci. MitiicwK. r iuor WEI SLf DAY VORMNf JUNE 2t, '03 Army Coire poiicnoe. We are elwaye glad to rcceiro IctUm from onr friend in the rmy, for impli cation, when they contain r.ewi rf gwrral iniere. Tbo public generally care but little about tbo pptculalions and criti clatusof letter-writers; they want new. 0 ir apace ornptla us to omit tnuliitud.s of well-written Utters from the front, which are tiken up in speculation! on foreign ioierveution, attacks and cul igies on General McClt llan, and surmises tbout Hooker'e tnovernen's. Write r. lettois; WTits briefly, and writs en cr.t !lt onlj of thi tlictt, as nearly every eV.ee t has to be cut into two or more parts, to be divided among tie corooositorj. Wo can't ue attlclcs written on b th sides cf a s'atet Invaaloia of 1 milium Tbo telegraphic dispatches cf yehtt-r day tuorning announced that a bidy J Morgaii'snirn, about nine hiidred stioi j crusted theOalo Liver into Indiana on 1 lie lst. They go t...

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 June 1863

'i i W had (Le ileMure rterdar of ADVfTlTTRT.r, TUF.SDW MOUSIN'O, JUNK, 2, 'CI. We are inch Med to Hnj!r & Co., an-l W. C. Col!irr fi.r tl,5 late-it no wnpuppr. There wa an Immt ns audit nco at Kt. Cecilia's Aca'UmjMagt nighl; snd tl o exercise paeeid t fT in the roupt lajpy aud creditable laariter. Navy Theathr. The performances at the N'opr Theatre are fir Ilia Ijrntdtcf Mr. L!ij;(;in, rJ roiumince with "The 01 J S Miur." Pancos full or by Mis Bailey; ami Mis rimit!i; aud the Zotuve Drill. To cono'udo with a Dew play cut'iiltd"Jop) fuund in a Ilatstark." Joe, Mr. Iliins. A first-rata bill, do and See Joe. Theatre. This eTening Mr. Nick.. inson, who is a Very fine dtlinoafpr of old men'! character, appears in a fxvor ile part in " The Post IJ y," which id tho opening pieco. The u?nl compli ment of dances by tlie Zevistownkii and songs by Mr. Hluwart follow. After which the amusing patitoruinif) of "The Coopcra" characters by the Zavis'owa ki troupe. Tun perf irruanceg conclude ...

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 June 1863

, . . ctuvcJTio. As t'ts time approaches fjriour bi ennial State el-clloo U la proper that lh friend of the OoTtrnraeitt should confm together in relation to It. We therefore reaped Ml anggest to those er our fcl-low-ciliispns whoJire to maintain the 8ute' Government in connection with th Federal Union as it ilood irlor to the rebellion Dd tho war, to mr.. In .con vention by thi ir del. gates, at the Capitol in Nashville, on Wednesday, the lit day of JqIt next. We truit that a full rep resentation will bo present from every rountr in tbe State, as Urn business to be considered is tf vital importance to the futur welfare. IIoBACe MaTSAED, V. O. Browslow, GtO. J. ETUBBLtriELU, Maksos M.'Ebies, ! , HORAC U- IiAIiBISO', Edwabd 11. East, " " ' E. B. Glascock, ! 00. W. BfllDOES, ' " 1 ' ' Johi S. Ebiik, ; , ' . :i W. Spesci, I . ' ; . Jos. 8. FoWLRJt, 5 ' W. II. Whknrb. Nashville, June 20, 18C3. Mr. J. Ecdd Adam, a composer of rare abil.ty, and an aceompli.bed teacher tf Trlijufr, oflfira...

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 June 1863

I I mV -eO til) c J V I .ASBSV "- I mm mil IP . i w r swsawaw i sm ' i . - i i i vm i k r PUBLISHID BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PEINTKE3. OFFICE OK PEIN TEES' ALLEY, BETWEEN US ION AND DEADEKICK STUKET8. VOL II NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. THURSDAY, JUNE 25 ISB NO C6 TENHEB8EE BRANCH UTIBS&L CliU IfiENCI oosrirorao ar TJAIiVEY, COLLINS ft BRACK, 1 WASHIKOTOS, X. C. CHAHLES H. Agent No. 38, Cherry Street, Nashvillo, Tenn. flittlS AORNCY wiieae peeiiliar fvilltlea frr th X encoeeelul proeacutlua and eMilouient of It rnenda M-'Mntt the General Government of XVXItl riKrft-'BirnOH, It eondnctnra lam( bad eeT-r. yeare'eaperloaee la the manaa-iiaiei.t of elalros fore Oonffrees, the Court of Claims, tad the Kiece tl r Departtneuta at WaahltiKtoo, and bring thof oublracqnalnt) and f .miliar with tha lava ana reirulatimis gorertilna; their adjuetajient. - Particular attention will ha Riven to case arleiue out (if tho present war, Intituling the accounts tl Hut, Contractor, and Ptaliiralug Officers of t...

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 June 1863

IT; or I'rcedom tA Nationality. n. i v;imi;k, r alitor. "THURSDAY MORNINO, JL'NB 2"-. 'G3 Arnir 'orrrIl!,,,'c We we always glad to remvc l.Uors from otir friends in the army, for piibh cation, when Hry contain iiom r tnfVrwJ. The public generally care l.ut little about tho Fprculalions and rriti cimof letter-wiitci-a ; tliry want, new. Our space compels "a. to omit multitudes of wi-ll-wrlttcn Utters from the front, which are taken up in speculations on foreign intervention, attacks and culngks on General McClclIan, and surmues about llookcr'a moTementa. Write vein letters; write Irirflij, and write on .we tide mly tf lU sheet, as nearly every p'.iitt has to be cut into two or wore paitn, to be divided mnnir tha r.()tn romilors. Wo can't una - t i- arlieles written on l ilh f id- of a she et The ai tielrt published in our columni, taken from tho Knoxvillo lleyisler in referenco to tho atlUsh and cowardly conduct of tlio Misf iflipi slave ol'gndiy is a most ten iblo exposure of I'ml i...

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 June 1863

THURSDAY MORNING, JUNK 2.1, lf'i:i. IVnnlrrt, Al thia ofTtcc, immediately, a good Job Workman, of indiiRlrioua, atrady l.abifa, to whom conitinl employment will be given. Wagea $10 per week. Balk or Cokkihcated Goods. The i alt of confiacated good, by Marabal Glai cock, will be continued to-day, when will be offered a great variety of Ladies and Genllemeu'a DrvttB Good, auch aa Mus lina, Lawoa, Cambrics, Sh.llics, Alpaccaa, De Lainea, Cloths, Caasimerei, Veatioga ; alao Ready Made Clothing, Donuatica, &c. Theae goods are In excellent condition, are of good quality, and will be sold without reierve. Go and get cheap bar gains. Tiiiatrb. The bill for to-night ia one of the best of the season. The perform ances open with the popular drama of "Grandfather Whitehead," in which Mr. Nickinaon anataina the character of the Tenerable Grandfather, and Little Alice, Edward, his grand-aon. After which a grand ballot divertissement, by tlieZav iatowaki troupe, in which they dance a number of...

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 June 1863

THURSDAY MuRNING, JCNEJ.., IBM Tlio infamous Vallandlglinm is re p rtcd to hi on his wj to Canada. The Cincinnati Timet reiv two Incidents. In hia cwor which will e fr ve r impreM cd tipiu Lis memory : flab)alh previous to the Lrit baltle of Hull Hun, he entered the campa of tho 1st and -ad Ohio rrgiinrnts, then localud ome seven miles fYora Washington City. His appearance ws tho cause of imme diate excitement among the troops, lie was eventually requested to leave, and as he very leisurely and lazily proceeded to do so, he was saluted with a shower of potatoes, onions, bard bread, &o , from tho soldiers, who felt tho indignity of his visit. As he left, a lifer, in one of tLo tents, caught op Lis instrument, and placing himself before the renowned Clement, played the "Kogue's March," until he reached tho lines: (ieneral icLenck, then in command of the brigade, notified Vallandigham that he intim not again enter his camp. And VaNsndigliaru did not return. ' Immediately after tho ...

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 June 1863

IRJS 1 VLVST SOCIATION OK PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTEP.3' ALLXV, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADESICK STREETS. touiiev:- NASHVILLE; TENNESSEE. FRIDAY, JUNE 26 1863 NO 67: vl-llC . i ,poS?S, i fel ft! ill . . lillllfilt-- : ; .' ; : .. . published jp as : - , , ; , ' ; r; .' ' TENNESSEE BRANCH i,., .amvcnm rr ' r uAfyr.y,. colics brack., .1 ',!!. WAhlilNttTOW, t.' 0. '' '' CHA&LXa II. GBiJJJN. Agent No. 88, OW7 6trei,JMbTiil,T eno. s 1 r t f pniS AOKNCY posaoaao peculiar rWrntie for th X .svcoeiibtul prosoctUiu and r4tticri.0Lt (if f) raanits a,Mttirt tbeGenoral. Ge.7arnu.nut of XTIC1 SlTHCIBlMTON, lla otindaotora bnvltg had anvere , years' experience loth anaaiLganerU of claims fur Congr, th Ontrt of Claims, ead the Kxq. tlve Department at Wnahlnirton, and heist fliotk oughly acquainted anil fmillor with tbe laws nt) renaU-tjinJ KohMit thalr 1JrttreTvW i ' f--jVlu'ft ,,,iVn will beylveu to One. arlipa cot of the preaeut war, Including the account tf Htates, Contractors, and IXitmratrg Oll...

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 June 1863

ntbel rllmiltoi impcciiT for Freedom ani Rationality, FRIDAY KOUKISO. JUNE 20, 18C3. TltV.ln Mate Convention. v-l,nnplj ice full 1tendnca t the Union , State Convention, cllfed through ouii 'colutoM . 1 number ' of leading ciliitcni frora Tarioiu portions of the Htkt. ' ItU'a movement of great im porlance iii which all loyal Tennesscane hould Vike a deep Interest, but also an active part. , The gonllenien whoa name appeared to the call are widely and fa vorably known to the public aa citiuni of unwavering and unquestioned patriot ism, wboae fidelity to the Federal Union is unhesitating an 1 unconditional. Some of them are honored and loved ai far as the boundaries of that Union extend. The restoration of this noble State, favor ed by Trovidence, with bo many extraordinary and singular advantagts, to its former connection with the Fede ral Government, has been the purpose and earnest dtsire of all our loyalists, both those in publio and privaU life, as well as of the Government at Wa...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 June 1863

SlasfoiUc nios ust'ok letters V a t) KM UNINHIntbe ATmy Pi.t Office .. Murfrr Wanted, At litis office, immediately, a good Job Workman, of industrious, steady balits, to whom constant emuloyuient will be given. Wage! $10 per week. Ws bart no recollection of receiving tnr inch Communication aa a Lieutenant M of the 6th Indiana Cavalry paka of. Niw Thiatbi. The play of "Great Expectation!, produced last night with 10 much sclat, will be repeated to-night at the New Theatre. It ia a stirring play, and ia acted with the greatest aplrit and power. Oo and see it. Ueapa of rubbish were cm pled in the alleys near our Offlce, under the late or der of the Mayor, with the expectation that GoTernment carts would remove them. When will the authorities cart them away ? -The preamble and resolutions adopted Tuesday by the Board of Aldermen, sus taining the resident's reclamation, and recommending the enlistment of negroes in the army, came up yesterday in the Common Council, and were indef initely...

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 June 1863

ESS" faille Slttioa. FOURTH OF JULY. Tho Fourth of July, '63,:at Belle view I will itWe to my m.nr friends, an ex cellent opportunity to enjoy Ihom.elvc. on the "Fourth." to their heart I coniein. V. M until the next morninff, a good airing band will play ths choiceat dancing music. The beat and rarest refreshments will be serred to order. Tickets at $1.50 for afternoon and night may be had at the saloons of all my German friends in the city, and at tho door. Come one, come all I I will endeavor to make it pleasant to each and every one, and nobody will leave my house dis satisfied. Rodt. Wkitmuixeb. June24 td Army Correspondence. We are always glad to receive letters from our friends in the army, for publi cation, when they contain news of general interest. The publio generally care but little about the speculations and criti cismsof letter-writers ; they want news. Our space compels us to omit multitudes of well-written letters from the front, which are taken up in speculations on...

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