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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 27 June 1863

' ' -... . . . .. . ........ ., ,iB ,4.e " 4 v. smlmIwmsmMmIBmmmaunW)VnVnm,fM 1 "V"if"'f i I in 11 in, i mi i, in- u m n.,,. ...i.h.i ., . "., . : . 7 rzi " -'"'r',Vw PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF riilNTEES. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK 8TREET3. vol n NASIJVTLLE, TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, JUNE 27 1863: !) 08 SOUTH NASHVILLE 1ST o w b Depot. HUBBELL & CO., BOUTII CHERRY STREET, COLLEGE HILL, Nashville, Tennessee. "TEALERS IN BOOKS, STATIOIW.IIY, ..i....zixi, ri;uio i:Il'AI.S, AND Daiiy a;;d Weekly ftcwpijicrs June 17 Hm. t " " TENNESSEE BRANCH i Of TBI Nmnnii rifii! iai.ui.ai luii OOKDCflTID IT HARVEY, COLLINS & BRACE, WASHINGTON, D. O. CHARLES H. GHEEN, Agent No. 38, Cherry Street, Nashville, Tenn. rtlRIR AQKHCY poseoeacs peculiar foci 1 1 the fur th 1 (ucooestul prosecution and settlement of D sands against th General (government of KVLB "I rESCUIPTIOH, Its condnotors having hsd severs ;un' Mperlonce In th management of claims fur Congrats, the Court o...

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. — 27 June 1863

Iter liiolirillc 41 tit us . to Yet Freedom and nationality- I. C. PlEnCEK, Eltr. SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 27, 18C3 Vwrrn&nce front front. W bT engaged Iba terricri of a tery competent and experienced correi- poadent who will, we trust, pot our rcaeleri full by dispatcher and letters, in regard to tTents along our front which re not contraband. We lb all be grati fied to recelre new lettcra from every di vision of the army from volunteer cor respondents who will send us their names. No notice taken of anonymons letters. Intelligence from the army will be highly acceptable, and the columns of the Usioh will be open to all who hare news of interest to communicate. JMr. Meiga'a Letter. We commend to the attention of our readers the following extracts from let ters from our late fellow townsman, lie- iurn 4. Meigs, i.iq. TUey we.ro rrii.vcr. to Mr. Maynard, of this State. During a debate in Congress last winter, between bira and Mr. Thaddeus Slovens, f Penn sylvania, the latter inquir...

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. — 27 June 1863

"5 Jkchvine Linton, SATURDAY MORN I NCI. JUNK 27, lsr.3 Arrival f coventor lllalr (l.mrnor P.lalr, (bo ittti Dguintiod Ex cutivo of Michigan, airivid in our cit CD a tour of ioaprction to the vnrioni ttrjimcnU of his Sltto her nd at Mar frecsboro. Ho ia accompanied by hii Adjutant General, John Robertson, Col. Hammond, Qoartcrniaitor General of the State, lion. S. S. Lacy, I'rof. Whipple, and Mr. 8. Lewis, editor of tho Marshall itulenman. Theio are, we tftlievo, some fourteen Regimentn, besides two batteries, of Michigan troop! in (his Department. Thego soldiers have fought with dial in Einlied honor, from Shiloh (o Nlone Iliv er. They liavn won a ntna in tlm hint ). ry of tho rebellion (o which not otiiy every citizen of Michigan, but of Amer ica, may point with honorab!o pride, for it ia a name won " 'ltd flam an I rulirr itr U And ilcnth alioU tailing ttil.k anl f.i a " under the (lag of (ho Republic. Tho Mich igan soldiers may well bo proud to meet their Governor. Gov. T.lair i...

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. — 27 June 1863

laflDBswsasraaa SaaWSSJafSflaHSjajjaaj mumsmBSBxamasoBBa pafBJTSRtaaaBIW tbey will ronprcl yoa. , Thr lf ppi crsvr-us. We tlif-n have but on work. Let usbs as the retail s.re, in esrnest. j They fcrs io the extremity, enduring ex posure. They wish t'j prove lhrir earn estness in their sstsge work tf rum. They ftre ppredinjf desolstion every where. They won't allow a man to live Who expresses a friendship to the Uor mcnt of tbe United SUtes. I b.d viola fed no lavr. All my offense consisted in being friend to the Union. I fed the Union loldiere. They carried off my on, my only boy, tbe pride of my heart dragged him to the swamps of the Mississippi, hia broken-hearted mother, and I followed him, and returned hia re maina to hia once dear aweet home. I wai compelled to flee from the aick bed of my wife. My collaegues were allowed tj express no words of nympathy for the Institutions and the flag we loved. Meu died from exposure in jails, caves, moun tains, and by way aide. Khali we not,...

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

'P; Iff ' ' 1 ift' Hli11tl lit ; pr v flit ! 11 iiiltiit ; ; ' ' ; - i i, i ' ' -- - w.-i ,eS Saw , 1 , J , , ... PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE 0: aT.INTRPS ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEKICK STREETS. . - -i .. VOL II. NASIIYTLLE, TENNESSEE. SUNDAY, JUNE 28 m. NO 08 SOUTH NASHVILLE 1ST c w s 33 o p o t . I-IU13I3ELX, & CO., BOUTII CHERRY BTIIEET, C0LL7.UE HILL, Rashville, Tenneeaeo. DEALERS INT COCKS, STATKOMttlY, MAGAZINES, I'Kla.OL'I.'Al.?, AND Daily as;d WcriVy tupi m. June 17rtm. ' TENNESSEE BRANCH Of TIH , . utibru urn mm OOHUUCT1D II HARVEY, COLLINS & BRACE, WASHINGTON, D. C CHASLE3 H. GRSEN, Agent No. 38, Cherry Street, Nashville, Tenn. fl'HIS AQINCY possesses pocnllar facilities lor (hi X snooesaful prosocutiou and settlement of lie wands against the Genoral Government of KVIBI DISCBIPTION, It oondnctor having had sever yean' experience In the management of olairtu for Oongrew, the Oonrt of Claims, and the Execu tive Departments l Washington, and bo...

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

10 For Freedom and Nationality. s. c. mtmcEtt. i:nr. SUNDAY MOUSING, JUNE 28, 186?. llebd Slat Cnveniln. I but The Diimatch of yeiterday contain! a I report of the proceeding! or inta -oay, i ihleh met at WincheiUsr on the iun init. Tho report, we luppoae, ia t.ken from the Chattanooga Itthl It waa the original purpose of the leaden of the Convention to meet in the Capitol, but owing to luma diiagreement with Gen Rosecrana, about room rent, board, etc., thia place wai abandoned. The ' committee to report a basis of representation consisted of Messrs. r.U Dunnine-ton. James M. Quarles, M. C, Galloway, A. 8. Colyar, Lieut. M. C. Iiowr, Jtobert McNelly, John M. Faris, J. C. Warner, E. S. Cheatham, Col. 8. S. Stanton, Sterling It. uockrill, ana Woi Daniel F. Cocke. The committee on credentials consist- ed of Messrs. Ti. N. Kennedy, Dr. Gil lespie, MaJ. J. D. Torter, J. O. Griffith, and Dr. Ldmonson. "All loyal citizen! of the State" pres ent were invited to act aa delegates from their" ...

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

- . 1 it r SUNDAY MORNINfJ, JUNK 28. r.31S. DliATH 01 A WoUTUT ClTIZRS.- Mr. This. Gowdt, we regret to state, depart ed this life last evening at his residence in this city. This reoult of his illness had been apprehended fur somo daja pail. Mr. Oowdy was a native of Ire land, aud about C8 years old. Homo firty yesrs of bit lifo hadbea pcr,t in Xashille. Ho was an intullijjont, bun cut, industrious a: d successful business man, respected by all who knew biui. No man in our midst enjoyed more of the confidence and estcrra of the public, and we doubt not ho died without an enemy. For many years past ho was engaged in the Jewelry busincns, and made an ex tensive acquaintance, not only in Ten nessee, but in all parts ol the South. His numcroui friend will hear of hid death profound Borrotv. J.iai.i.ik.d. On Wednesday evening last, at I la- " liohtick Mansion," on the Char iot la l'iko, by Itcv. IV. I Tow km., of the r.aptiht Chureb,Mr.,ToM mi T. Ccntron-rii, of Company 0, 10lh Michigan ...

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

BSBsmmtsassxaat R LIST OF 'LETTERS' FM AIMING In a Ami rW Offle at Mur'rs - fraeeboro, T'tin , June 21, IMJ- Bay AliybKrisl-.l) " wueo nuu ior i . lowing teller : Anthony Jm F Adam 14 W A Aleiaarfer Jm Aught Wa M Adam Warren Abb ill Illrim Armstrong 0 A Anheson Joseph Adam r M Tv.yer PI kk Bowdor HI. , . Itocl.maa LI j $ Hradler DavM ' Bullenger Mrs 0 Brooks Aide F Benton Cet C , ' Bird Char" Brad r A B Bennar IA Hruwa Charles Hurl C J Burnett P ' ' ' , ' t Helemaa U OB H.iyar 1.1 N HraU-har fraiikllQ -ItatrtHnrtiea t ilronfc no Illcknl Ilcnrr Bayleaa H M Hoiand Hater Bake Capt K T Btldw ueo W HrlKira Jobn J BrliKandik Julio W Hrooklc Norman HrowaJasP Brow Ii T ' t Basber James M Blmear Jobu Brlht Wm BiliyJ.ha Bennett Ja W . Hyer i 1 Baiter John Sii'' Buruaj i , Arawa Jnwjib : Bror.kernberrj f 'J Barm B Dnuihem 1 lt,ir Wm Brown O A llaker J II . . Buller J kl Burton Isome or Henry Baker Johuaon Boaty tlcin (colored) Bataman 1A J 1 IWI ya H ' Barkey Hobt Brown Thua 8 Bower W in Ball ...

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 June 1863

I ' f gsrwflsCSKiaa tiwww it must o I 1 f.:--'..; w -. . - ' ff FUDL1SHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF rKINTEUS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS, VOL II. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. TUESDAY, JUNE 30 18G3. NO 09 I! : -J if fj :TS A ! yv . . . .. , tail oil ill iff flit ' , th 3. EN. K 1 s j to If ; AST. men! lit, uabis ji rot i and ' 1 JO., i 1.E1U1 JAR. -, &.( H, oodJ. c. .f Xx-dl iera. PROSPECTUS OF TUB NASHVILLE UNION. Tli NinyTiu.i l Union m commenced but spring, flir the purpon of opposing the Rebel rViuthorn Con federacy, ami of advocating Hie restoration of federal authority, withont any abatement, over ill the Ftat-s which have attempted to aewsle. Its olijoct tm to proclaim tin doctrines of Libert and Union, as tin y wore one expounded bjr the Cithers of tlie Republics, but which for more thau cm year the long and dreary carnival of treason had twin unnpokiin nul unwritten In the Capital of the Hint of Am:iw Jackson, and wero treasured up only In'tlio he...

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 June 1863

I or Freedom ndv Nationality. H. !. .HKIIllIt, KdlMr. TUESDAY MORNING. JUNK 30, 1863. rr-lutrr Free.lni of Kpeecb Wa bv "'ready noticed the forion. tttcki of the Louisville Journal, 'ne orgn of the pro-fcUvcry ncgro-worVlp-peri, upon the heroic Gen. Green Cly Smith, for accepting the nomination of an unconditional Union Contention for Congrea, in the Covington (Ky.) Die trict. The Journal, of course, denounc ed General Smith and the Convention as a pack of Abolitionist! for daring- to op pose Mcnzics, the pro-slavery candidate, m put on the track by nobody but that pitiful paper. Notwithstanding Genera' Smith has fought gallantly against tho rebels, and been severely wounded, and is far the superior of Mcuies in talents, the Louisvillo mad-dog foams at the mouth, howls loudly, and besputters eve rything in its troth with its slobber. The loyal people of the Covington dis trict have becoruo so thoroughly dis gusted with the Louisville pro-slavery organ, that they have resorted to the...

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 June 1863

TUESDAY MORNIMS, JUNK 30. 1S(!3 From ihr runt. Ai tuna!, there m to many rrimrfs in circulation lant rvi-r.irijj, in toward to the operation! of the Army nf the Cum norland. We gloari frc in them (hat CJ. n. Roaecrans lias poNaraninn of .Shclbyvillc, Manchtslor, MoVinnvillo and Tullabi tna, that tlifro has hern boiiii) flubting, but no genural engagi-mcnl, and that a number of rebel ii inniirrs have been ta ken. These arc (imply deduction) from tho numerous report', and are only given as such. We do not vouch for their ac curacy. hi A gentletuaa from Murfrccaboro in forms us that there is but little reliable information in that place relative to the incidents attending the. forward inovo niont of the Army cf the Cumberland. We must bo patient. By and bye, we shall be permitted to know something of what U going on; and tfSen wo shall hear, doubtless, of triumph and glory; for if these things do not attend the march of that army, we have greatly mistaken its character. Our readers wil...

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 June 1863

ikE2&3i8tS& i 5iBiiSM&a suSiSEOsssne SCSIK2&22S iawiTi 7 8 ""WIITi1! " " , ,,, .1 trrpondence from tu I'rwnl. We Lve engaged the crYicti of Terj competent nd txperienctd correi pondetit who will, we trout, poet our readers fully by diip.tchei end Ictlere, in regard to etenU along our front which re not contraband. We " be grati fied to receive new lette" from every di vision of the army from volunteer cor respondent! who will send as their names. No notice taken of anonymous letters. Intelligence from the army will bo highly acceptable, and the columns of tho Union will be open to all who have news of interest to communicate. Army Correspondence. Wo are always glad to receive letters from our friends in the army, for publi cation, when they contain news of general intere.il. 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...

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. — 1 July 1863

1 ' 4 ft . ; I tjt : ! o PUBLISHED BYtAN ASSOCIATION OF TBINTEEa. OFFICE OH PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEuMCK STREETS. VOL II. WASIIVILLE, TENNESSEE. WEDNESDAY. JULY 1 1863 NO C9 V ill f PROSPECTUS or THE NASHVILLE UNION. The Nin vii i.t.s Umm wi commenced last sunn, fur the purooee uf opposing tbe Italiel Houtlieru Cuu 'ederscY, aud of advocating tlx restoration of Federal authority, without auy abatement, over all the States whic h have attomited to eooele. luolijcct Wim to rotuilru the docti lii-e of l.llx'rljr nJ Union, tliej were oure eximuaded bj the Eilliurt uf llvaoMie, but ttlilih fur aaore than fine year tin lonx end dreary carnival of treaon-hnd Umn uusokeu and unwrllli'n lu the Capital of tlwi Suit of Aanmw Jackson, aud Were treasnrod up only in the hearts of tlx fatlhful. W believed that the rlsht way to rou duet a loyal Journal, In city Ilka Nesbvllle, al swli time at this, was to raise the wavering d timid up to tlio true standard of patriotism, and not to ...

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. — 1 July 1863

I ( 11 ; - - I . j , i -"'1 1 .1. rM ::.:t: n. ( V" . -;t,i r. I' !l!n. v, . . vv vo::n ':. j.-i.v i. -n ftlKK -.111 4 14 t i -V . TL H'.uif CY:--- &: ti w..l out JoTy lit st 10 o'cioi I., A. r.T ., iu the Hall of I'm Iliitise "f lprcreiil.'ih t . in .Stale Capitol. Jb:!,: Id n 1 .b-Me, tho Uid m r.int'iditte f.r Gov. Nil r in IXitiiu.ky, lu come out i.i fitTtf 1 1. 0 n-j.'ro soldier policy of V 3 A .'k..! 1.-' , i.i n I ,oTi i!l endeavor t f i-.V i-y tsoiH't in f..i:. The haT n.'d.i en. L'J.t break on Old lt:u.iir''i if.v'ereit j ffxi, &', ,;); h cf tho cc-nri. unity in rt.,;a d l II tttnte. lii-iiU and ; rfttli-j i f the t.To at-f.ilvg about Tti!!:. A t Jiii"o'nt I'ViTT o,.e . . . thai i-ls-'-d'i'J .; if,'i,.I i.) stand (his si.!- i.f t! :-. (,,.. ,i( t,;-.,. -. j tU 13 j U ... a pinra ih .- j'-if'slBtt'.B tl.;.-, !.. .:.. . t-:,(. ;ivrr. ',. VU idh;p:;' a t.fdd,! h ,.,1 , ?.,irrd..y .. mor (ill);;. .trul psibiinhed in an iliu, slmii' lht Id..- I.u.-y prijodof in ! Ii it 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. — 1 July 1863

. ...4 nzxvUt mam. WEDNESDAY MOUNLNQ JCt.T I. It" Tbe ftiuenl of ibo hi- Koii't"V!,ti advertised tu I ak j,.,. j , i, .ay, was poatpoucd uittil thin inutility s" "" tlce in another column. We arc indebtt (1 tn rilj UoIIwt, iiws dcalcr, Cbcrrj alrei fr late f n viil aud Cincinnati ropers. Titers tff tweuty-one cases tried be fore Rcriudor Hbatit ytstfrday. Of these 4 wer discharged, 0 let off on paying rojta, and 3 sent to the work bonne. Tbe remainder paid fines and costs. Eighty officer, of various grades, re ported to Ota Provost Marahal yeatcrday. TLoee who are in a condition of health justifying it, will be forwarded to their regiments for active service. A letter has been received at tbe Union ofllce, post-marked, Gallatin, Tenn., to be referred to tho "French Con aul at Xashville." We have never heard of such an ofDcer in this place. If there be., he will tail and got tbe letter. CoNFKDicnATK Prtisovrns. The train from Murfreeaboro, last evening, brought down four hundred Conf...

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. — 1 July 1863

tolirille Pinion. banco In lb ! Office l aw. Tho new rostOmos LW gos inlo op ratioa on th first of Jul, nd some err importnt nd rsdicsl changes h log been mde io the Toet Office Lsws and Isolations, ( the request of our cUj Poet Master, we call the attention of cflkere, soldiers and citirens to iome of ihr-m : "In Section 3d it ts enacted that no mail matter shall be dillwed by the Poet Mastor ntil the postage due thereon shall bare been paid; and no box at an Tout Office shall be assigned to the nje of an person until the rent therefor has been paid for at least one quarter, &c." Instruction No. 3 aas this section "absolute! prohibits the deliver of an letter, newspaper, pamphlet or package, whatever, until the postage thereon shall be paid." "Post Masters must strict) conform to it." We are requested to state, In this con nection, that no mail matter will be de posited in an boi at the Nashville Post Office on Wednesday next, the first of Jol, unless the box rent is paid. All ...

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 July 1863

lmiu 0-mm ) ) 7 i v.. k- 1 i , . - .. urrrt-K - - 'rt.j-X-f -lvfi'i- PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. VOL II. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. THURSDAY, JULY 2 186:5 NO -71 ' Wi 'Wt liu '' lit fel sa- of - - PROSPECTUS OF TI1K NASHVILLE UNION Tlx ttAHat mil Cio was oommenccd last sprint-, f th purr-oKe of opposing the Rebel rVmlhern ti n 'edorai v, an of d vocal I the roMor I ioti of eder il authority, without any abatement, over all the Slates wlihh bar attempted to neede. Ill oltjpct wl In prorl.itin the dortrlnp of Liberty and t'nion, as ihey ore ones expounded by the f.ithers t-f the K.'SMblie, but whieh fur mure than one year the ions- and dreary carnival of tro;taon titil been unspoken ami unwritten in th Capital of the Htete of AmKrw J lesson, tntl wr treasured "u only in Ilia hearts of the faithlid. We believed Hint lb rlht ny to ron Hurt a loyal ourul, In city Ilk ."flehvllle, al aw u ft lime as this, was to raise...

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 July 1863

for Freedom and Nationality. TnCRSDAY MORNINO." JULY 2, mX Judge Ilrantlelle'e Speech. TLii pUIn, bold document will be ,ie raiod with more than Ordinary interett. It it an oaaia in tba deaert of Kentucky coDdcrTitium, made fresh and green by the liriog waters of a aparkliDg and ever gushing patriotism. Bratulette placei hiraaclf boldly bj the lido of Bonaseau, Metcelf, General Green Clay Smith, Burnbam, and other Kentucky loyaliata, In adrocaiing the employment of eyery agency which will haaten the overthrow of the rebollion. He wiil de feat Lis Copperhead opponent, WickliflV badly. The Louisfille Journal clique are astounded at Bratnlette'a platform which ii identical with that if the Nash ville Union and of the Tennessee loyal ists, and will endeavor to throw him ' overboard. Heme from Itie Fron. A gentleman from Mnrfrecsboro in forms as that Gen. Breckinridge came to Beadyville on last Thursday, with some two hundred cavalry, after lie had ascer tained the departure of Col. Ilog...

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 July 1863

I jhalu'UU Stolon. Til!.'ltJ0V ''l;iV(j. .M'LY 2 isrr. Wear rtiMrli f)l'i)ri . Mr. .J II. West, Adtmo I'sur ufMnji r, on iIip L A N. R 1? , for the l.tt t icw,..' eis a - Membeiaof itif N"iliiti.- LUioii Pin!, are requested to be prenrnt t i nihl, n Imslnesii of Importance will ': lirnii"M liclro the fluty. .See the Adrertlst uk-tiI of Mfsirs. lirowu cfc (,V TLcyuish In nut a fam ished house. TLi is n exi-clli-nt op. porttinity to get II rut rat ft tenant . The " Marble Heart" w ill be i piaud at the New Theatre to-night. Il is a beautiful drama, and t.roinr cd in tho happiest style. At the theatre the "French Sp.r" vtill be produced again to-night. Sonrja by Mr. S'ewartf. and the "fairy of tho Lake," in which thi Zavistow skis take parte, fill np the bill. Jkr.r. PmsONi.n . Another lot of Con federate prisoner! between 2(X and 3(X) wrre brought in yesterday from Murfreesboro. They were all priratca, we believe. There arp more to rt mo - - .... A rcpoit waa current in 1 Lis city Tti...

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 July 1863

- . ,.-ul, M loon tbnr employed .?.ini,t . which will O'ceiMrUr reiolt in the dp. lidumjf nv..c7;an-ffl?Ipouwc ,blk, illley0objfct. Appl.une. . itructionof th O.Trnient. VV A hell can vot iw me. i To il aitri ine lore, or ibis ob c- - .., it it.t. nnint T em mat bT ft cerUin clftit of Union men, who Mil 1 "contHnUnnl Union men. J "I m fjrlhe pre.crTfttion of the Oonetl. tation Md tht Union, but I w.nt h. 5 r c.rr led on upon XTct irvl." YouT yon don't ftpprore ol fiP'!!- ....Vr iolicr o Iho Adminl.- r.tlnn In the prosecution 01 the wr .nd noi?r.r the flr.t time In the history .1.. .i.i,lllon. bn ftlteiuptcd to rf son. ThrT MY o us "If ya re not in fTor of this policy, why do yon indorse it by .Meriting to it V" And they y, forth .r "Let Lincoln abandon his wicked noliav. ud then we will tife him men nd money; but we will giro Lira no more men or money unless he does." Thtt Is the bosition of the constitution al Union men. Let us ns ace what it amounts to. 1 1 plant myself upon (he p...

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