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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 3 July 1863

.17 a - iii i uv i in in i-rr. 'I PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF TRINTEBS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEIHCK STREETS. VOL II. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1863 NO 72 fill ArMM LA -9 m 111 0 W IV II II ! V B IU r ii III IS II I 91 I M I U v J h PROSPECTUS OP THE NASHVILLE ONION Tha NtnHTiiu.il Pnio m commenced but prlii,, Air tli pnrpuM uf ommmIhk Hi Rebel toiitlii.rn Cm 'cderacr, an of adfooAtlng I h rent. rati, n uf Federal a.itlit.rlly, without any atttentiiit,urer all the Slate rtiieh liava attempted la tweed, lis .il.ji-,'1 u to nrucuiua in uoctrlnes of j il- rty ana I ni.n, llit-j wer u rluuikj 1. the fillier uf tl Krkut,lit-, but .hlita tit mure tliau oue year Ui long aud dreary carnival of treason had been aiifxkf u and unwritten In the Capital or tlw flat of Amt .Ui atoK, and were treasured up only In the hearts of tiia faithful. tVs believed tkal the rijjlit way to con duct a loyal ourual, In city like S'ashi ille, at null a lime at tlila, was ...

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 July 1863

V BW8?SM'WIBy OCTjW or Jreettom mnd KatioaalitJ FRIDAY MORSINO, JULY 3, 1M3. "We ders diNCiioa whatever concern! the Stats. Fourth of July Oration," waa onco a proverbial phrase to designate a windy, pompom piece of declamation. Our Fourth of July oratory will alanine a new phaas henceforward. The spirit ol 1776, aerloui, earnest, impassioned, and prayerful, is upon the lojal orator, and hv imv no time nor taste now for j - empty rhetoric or vain-glorioua boasting. We have an imperilled country to deliver from the jaws of death. Let our speak- era be bold men, fearing not to strike at the irt of the black Upas tree which has poisoned tho atmosphr re. Oar troubles have been brought upon us, becanse we have been false as a people to the very first great cardinal principle and self evident truth, laid down in tho Declara tion of Independence. Our fathers gave as the gospel of humanity, and we have (remoter! it under fool. We have ii i d to make a sysittn national, which ii not only con...

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 July 1863

r RIDAT VOHNlNt. .11 1 V n t Hrre'a to jnu, !.. Wallar-p, uf the Ruth Salnon, a nr. t.iiili' JW Tiny Wfr admiraM? t .nrorlpd, t.-ry r frpghiDg. Thf lNK"K )KJf !iM ii" trouble whatf-wr in iloiinp iliim awy, VYhpre dori llu- liquor ooiup, tint mikr-a, lu-h plorinuR 1evf rafrm ? Tiifmt.f. Uesitit ir Mi'.Nifrn Za-tm-nwiKi. TIip fTtlpr.iiiinii til at thr Uirntrp thin rvfnipjr are fur Iho bt-iiflt of Monn.ZavistoiVrki, anilor.rn with Sba-ra-r' hrautiftil rirupdy of lh " Mid timmer Night's Drr-am." Turk, Lit Up Alire; Bottom, Mr. Nkklonon ; Thrirqa, Foster Ljanlor, Hamilton 5 DcmMriur. Clinton; Qulnro, Jordan; Hrrmirp, Mr?, Soanlan; Helena, Mrs. Btewart; Titanla, M'Ue Emrline; Fairy, Tanuie ; Pbcion, Mrs. Bernard ; l-a r.Ioaaom, Mias K. TfrrlTal; Cnbtrcb, Mian K. Porcival ; Mnatard, Miaa Lulu. After the play, the grand "Ballot P' Action," by tho Zavi. lowalil troupo, and aonga by Mr. Slew art. To roncludo with the farce of "The Limerick 13 ;y," in which Mr. Stewart imprraonatea one of Lis ...

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 July 1863

V taafcsiisAi From Ulunon (fty ) Ksutuckian The following cffiiaion til written by gentleman living in Texan, nd refera to a 1 panned b7 the Confederate Con greii, ciempting from conacriplion i.f ry L.n who p,!irt twenty negroes. We publish thn P-f'ry " friend, who retired it direct from Texai. Editor. Uit .:xi:ffif'i io.m i.AW. mv 14. g. iimiM.r.WArrR. Hurtled shirt bav made the war, Andcojra britches fight It ; Cimrus membf m ma le Ilia law The negro, holder l.keS it. . Negro holders railing i-i k , With knlvr mil fork! a c-irvii g ; Sildlf ri fight and do tin? w rVc , Their wive nJ children st u in Neem-holders rslslng corn, And making money faster ; Soldiers sulFur, flhl and W-si a To serve an lrur ni.irli-r. Politicians nil agreed, That wo stidurrd npprcr loti ; Couwuueiitly, had a need Of limy Inn In secrsloii. tt Will said that " Cotton's Kiug," An! govern, alt the animus, (t) H.irinl nut Ilia royal tliiiif, Hi1 choose hnitiig rations. Yait-y say Hi J' we must Qttt Until w. a...

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. — 4 July 1863

't L l-ie-v PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. VOL 11. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. SATURDAY. JULY 4, 1803. NO 73 I- PROSPECTUS or Tim NASHVILLE UNION Th Niimiutt I'via irm rommesaed lt aprii-, for tli rmrpoe -if ofrn.ine; the Pll B..uil.rn Vn 'ederkfy.andof kdeofHliiR the reatoralkn offeler',! authority, without any abate mM, over nil the Btatea which hate attempted to XK-f. InohJ.it Wa ,i pro. lalin the do. irinca .f 1.11 -rty kil l l"ni n, an llo.y w.r one expounded by the f ilber of the lty il.li., (jut wb'eli f,.r more than rne jearhbe lung nd dreary MHilfnl of Ir.n.on lml been tinfnk" ant nnwritt'n In the Capital of the Plain f .UfaMirt, and were treaeured up i.uly In the heart i f 1 1, Mllilul. We believed (hut the ri;ht way to rondo.-! loyal r.uraal, In a city like Na.ht Ilia, at aneh .time a tlii, w:i tontine Hat w.w.rlng aid t uni t uptn the true lUi Unl of patriotism, and m l to lower the standard of p:tlrlott-...

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. — 4 July 1863

V JslirilU Siuton. For Freedom vad JTationtUity. . r. WKBCCKt Editor. SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 4, 18C3 Tbcie will be no paper issued from till office on Sunday morning. JtU Cvnvaiitlol Tblrd Oaf Fudat, Ju'y 3. Tlii body consumed most of It i -lion yesterday in discussing the Resolu tions reported by the Committee on Fed eral Relations, the discussion taking a wide range over topics more or less con nected with the subject matter. Tbe vote was taken on each resolution reported. The Crit three resolutions were adopted. Pending the discussion of the remaining resolution, the Con ention adjourned till Monday. We took notes of the debate, but were prevented from writing them out by a severe headache. e will present aoy nopsis In our next issue. Slarcrf In Niaeowrl and Tennnnci Dr. Charles Drake, one of the ablest law vers In St. Louis, made a very able speech In the State Convention the other day, from which we take the following paragraph : Do yon not seo the hand writing on the wall? If ...

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. — 4 July 1863

m NATIONAL ANNIVERSARY 1 Celebratioa of the 4th of July, 18G3, At Naihvill'. AT rT. Gll.l.l TI, IIAtllirv Illl. I., On mile Hf.tof th f'npllol. At sunrise there will be a National Salute ot Thirty-Cfe Ouna f, red, and the Tar.ont churches and other public hellt will be rung. The Procession n ill foun on the Public Square, and be ready to inarch from thence at 0 o'clock, in the following or der : Military. Orators of the day. Mayor, Aldermen, and Common Council. Union Club. Union League. Citizens in Carriage. Citizen on Horses. Order of Exercises at Tort (lillern. to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M.: 1. Music by the Band. 2. Prayer by thencT.Dr. Van Sanfvoird. X Music. 4. heading of the Declaration of Inde pendence, liy Hon. Jordan Stokes. T. Music. f.. Oration TyTrof. McCoy, and Speeches by lion. Horace. Jlaynard and Oov. Johnson. Comfortable lead have been prepared to accommodate 2,000 ladies; also, an abundance of ice water. At 8 o'clock, T. M., the Ex.rciscs will be resumed in the R...

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. — 4 July 1863

gtalmUc Linton. rbyngn in Ihe Olllc I a.w. The new FoatOfflcB Lw&o. into op eration on the Orel of Julr. on, Terr important and rdicl chengee he In be n made la tfce To.t Office Ltw. and RpKul.tione, at the requeat of our c.ty Toat Master, ire call the attention of offlwri, ad(iira and ci.i-n. to aome or lhMa Sorif.n3d it le enacted that n.i mail mattfrahall bellitrd by the Post Matter notii the peettge dne thereon hall have been paid; and no box at ny Toat OH" "' be aligned U the use of any peraon until the rent therifor haa been paid tor at leaat one quarter, &c." Iaatruotlon No. 3 says bia section "absolutely prohibits the doliTery of any letter, newspaper, pamphlet or package, whatever, until the postage thereon shall be puid." "Poet Masters must strictly conform to It." We are rcquosted to state, in this con nection, that no mail matter will be de posited In any box at tho Nashrille Pout OUlce on Wednesday next, the first of July, unless. the box rent is paid. All the p...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 7 July 1863

jSeS 1 . 9 t o PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION 0? PRINTEB3. OFFICE ON PRINT EES' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DKADKHICK STREETS. VOL II. NASHVILLE. 'TENNESSEE. TUESDAY, JULY 7. 1863. NO 74 PROSPECTUS or THR NASHVILLE UNION Tlx NAtaviu.il Cniox we commenced hurt iriug, fir the purpoH of oi'pneing the Rebel rjuthero t'ou 'ederary, and of advocating the reetnratlou of F ler.il authority, without any ataienunt, or all tli Ktete. which have attempted to eeiode, It object we to proclaim lb doctrjue of Liberty end Union, a they werennoe expounded by the f.ither of the Hi enblle, tint wtilcb. for room than one j'r-th long and dreary carnival of treuaon had been tiniokeu and unwritten la the Capital or the Flat of.AaiiHtw ,.ac eeoM aud were lrea,niired up only in the lieerie of lha faithful. We believed thai lha right ay to eon duct a loyal ouNi1, in acily lika Ke.livllle, al urh a time aa thiii wa to raiae tli wavering ad timid iiji to the true tiiutard of patrlotiaiu, an 1 not to lower the ctnn Ih...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 7 July 1863

UlHsbvilk Pinion. for Freedom and nationality. a. O. RlBltcJKU, TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 7, 18fJ. ;lrla Pmtlnl Vlct.f J I Tha BflWi of the Great National Yio tory offf the lst rebel army, led by the greatest rebel General, sear Uettyiburg, will thrill the heart of (be nation with rapture. It it magnificent, it it glorious, and we thank God for it. The victory eeiut to hare been the grandeat of the war, according to present advices. Of n, Meade is the most fortunate Commander of the war, and the Army of the Poto- mao has won imperishable fame. All honor to onr patriot soldiers and their noble leader. So triumph erer the army of the Republic, and so perish ever the - hoetjof this accursed and abominable rebellion. The) Male Convention. This body as will be seen from our re port, has paised the resolutions repotted by the Committee on Federal relations, almost unanimously. Indeed, most of the resolutions were paused unanimously, and the others nearly fco. The highly respectable and intell...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 7 July 1863

The I ourlli ml Julr, lH(. Whilit the Army of the Totonur, rein piredbf its rnfilnc in the intrepid MtADK, and llir gluriuua associations which cluster around the Ides ol Jul, were clilevinr; l-eI whirh will maVe the Fourth of July, 1 SC."., occupy a momeufoui a j.lace in history, as the Fourth if July, 1(70, the p.ople of Nashville and Iavidaon county, toftethtr with tho gallant loldirrs in our midst, wiTi' I one wing their voic? upon the Altar of Fatriotiom. The roar of artillery, at an early ltour, ere yet tho sun Lad gilded the eastern horion, and the ringing of bells, pa?e note of preparation; and Bonn the ".Star Spangled Banner" floated above the Capitol, other public buildinps, and from prominent points, whilst numerous ttie and prirate residences were decorated il.n . 1 1 - IVM 1 . wuu ol " ""ei. incie seeiuea to be a general disposition to honor tin? day as in the olden time, before Tennesst's patriotism was blighted by the frosln of rebellion. At a o clock, in accordance w...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 7 July 1863

l'K la Hie l"lOfflf Law. The new Toil OfTlca Lsw got-s l' op eration on tho first of Jnlr, end soms WT imporUnt and radical changes hT injc bwn madt in the Toil Office Iisws End Regulation!, at the refluent of our city Pott Master, we call the attention of offlceri, soldiers and cilisens to soro of tUMBS . , ' "In Section 3d it i enacted that no mail matter shall be delirered by the Tout Mailer until the postage due thereon shall bare been paid; and no box at any Post Office shall be assigned to the use of any parson until the rent therefor haa been paid for at least one quarter, &c." Instruction No. 3 says this section "absolutely prohibits tho delivery of any letter, newspaper, pamphlet or package, whatever, until the postage thereon shall be paid." "Post Masters must strictly conform to It." We are requested to state, in this con nection, that no mail matter will be le ponited in any box at the Nashville Tost Office on Wednesday next, the llrst of July, unless the box rent is...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 8 July 1863

vr MUsr 0L ilf ll lAfiiK iitin w - Ml iy n vJIn It PUBLISHED BT AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEKICK STREETS. VOL II. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8. 1863. NO 75 , t PROSPECTUS OF TTR NASHVILLE UNION. . - 9 . m I Ths Nasbvillui Umnx M cornmcnred lt firinK. for the purpose of opposing the Rebel Southern Con federsry, and of advocating Hie restoration of Federal Autbnrlty,lthont any abatement, over All the Hlalu whbh have attempted to accede. Ill object was to irorlnlm tin dortrlni of Liberty and t'nlon, as they ore One expounded I f the fntliers of tha Republic, lint which fur more thaa one year tha long and dreary carnival tf trcaana had been onefwdien and unwritten In tho Capital of the Ftate of Ammiw jAcaaoK. and were treasured up only in the hearts of tha faithful. We believed that tha rlRlit way to con duct a loyal louraal, In a clly like Naihville, at iui li atlu.as this, vna to ralae Ilia wavering ai d timid up to Hi" tril...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 8 July 1863

3ta5bviUe Sltoion. For Freedom und Kfttiooftlitj. i. imcncr.n, Fditor. WEDNESDAY MOHNINCr JULY 8, 1863 To Correspondent. We bato number of acceptable com munications on hand wbtch shall appear in due tin'- , , The lilorloue Kw of Ytaterday. The thousands of Eztru which were issued from our office yesterday to tha city, end the surrounding cmpi, wcot out like iiockl of Eagles, bearing on their wingi the joyful tidings of great end unparalleled victories for the National Armies. It was whispered on the streets that good news had been received at the Union office, and the excitement of the people without became intense. When the newsboy a carried it through tho atreeta a few minutes afterward, it wti welcomed with shouts of exultation. The drat announcement of tie wirea waa that Vlckabur?, the Gibraltar of tie rebel atrongholda, Lad auircndered to General Grant on the 4th inat. Never waa that Anniversary to nobly celt bra ted before. At tbe hcur when the ljs men of Nashtills, and patii...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 8 July 1863

sJastwillc Pinion. HfllM, TWMi!UirilWIKWURt Tbeatbi. The performance al the theatre open to-night with the capital old farce of "Family Jan," in which Mr.NicsiNioN plaja Drlph ; and Mra. Bkbhabd, Liddj : After which a grand dancing; scene by the M'llee Zavihtowh. II ; and longs bjr Mr. 8tkwart. The whole to conclude with the drama of "Wept of Wiah-ton-wleh." Naramat tah by M'lle. CuniBTi.st; Conanchet Mr. llAMn.Tov. The character, inci dent!, Ac, Sec, of thli interesting drama, are American, and belong; to the most romantic period of the hiitory of our country. It waa performed last night thrillingly, and elicited the un bounded admiration of the audience. Sow Yoou Si mmf.b Trnsir Skkd. The showery weather we are having, affords farmers and gardeners line oppor tunities for sowing summer turnip aced, All ought to avail themselves of it. Those in want of aeed can supply themselves at the Traders' Ban!, where our friend Noble has a Tery choice lot for sale low. Extkniivk AtrcTioH Rai....

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 8 July 1863

Cbnnt In th rsst Offlro l.awr. Th new Post Office Lsw goei into op erttlon on lha first of July, And iom erj important and radical cbnRos hsr ina; been msio io the ToitOClce Laws ftnd BeguUtioni, t the roqneet of onr oity Poet Muler, we cell the attention of olllceri, soldiers and eitire ni to some of then: . , "In Section 3d it is enacted that no mail mattor ahall be delivered by the Todt Matter until the postage due thereon ahall have been paid; and no box art any Post (Jflloo ahall be awiiKned to the tine of any peraon unfit the rent therefor has been paid lor at leaat one quarter, Sic." Instruction No. 3 cays this section "absolutely prohibits the delivery of any letter, newspaper, 'pamphlet or package, whatever, until the postage thereon shall ba paid." "Post Masters must strictly conform to it." We are requested to state, in this con nection, that no mail matter will be de posited in any, box at the Nathville Post OUlce on Wednesday next, the first of July, unless the box rent...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 9 July 1863

i r I wa-r ' . t i PTJBLI3UEP BY AN ASSOCIATION OF rBINTEKS. OFFICE ON PRINTERa' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADKBICK 8TREET8. vol ii: NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. TI1URS DAI'. JULY 9 1803. NO 70 PROSPECTUS Of TIIK NASHVILLE UNION. The Naiitillu L'bioh was commenced last rlnjr, for lit parpuM of oppoaln the Rebel Southern Con 'ederacy, and of advocating the restoratloa or Koiloral authority, without any abatement, over all the fltatf-s which hart etlemited to secede. Its object wan to proclaim tha doctrine of Liberty and Union, aa they war onee eitpnuncled by tha fitthers of tha RVyubllc, bat whlrh fur mors than one year the long and dreary oarnlral or treason hsd been unspoken and nnwrittea la h Capital of the Slate of AanRzv JatmoN, and were traaaarad up only is Ilia hearts cf the faithful. We believed that the right way to con duct i loyal (otimat, In city like Neahvllle, at such a tinea this, was to ralaa tha wsvoeinf a.d tiroU np to the trne ttandard of patriotism, and ih4 to lownr tho ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 9 July 1863

for Ireedom ano Nationality lUUKrDAT MORNINO. JULY 9. 13G3 On the 4tb lost. Mr. Bharkey, the ac complished gardener and florist who superinlrnds the horticultural tlepait ment "attached to th Lunatio Asylum, rot us a mammoth leaf and bud of that Queen of the Water-lilies, the oilenta Vktotia Ecgia. The leaf was considera bly over three feet ia diamttcr, and aj round as a bucklor. Tho bud, which wai iicrfectlr colored when we received it, wat about the tLce of a Urge tea-cup, only longer, aod judging from It prick!) sheath, not remarkably promising. Yv' placed it in a largo bowl of water, and aid mentally; ' Now spread yourself, your Majesty." la the space of a few hours, it became evident that cither our advice or the stirring Inspiration of the day, was adding its sUtus deeply. Trcs ently a large petal, snowy white without, but within lined with the brilliant piuk or a fair sea shell, was thrown out, like tho advance Eaij of the body-6'iard to announce the approval of Iter Loyal Hi...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 9 July 1863

' t ft ... . ...... .. . THURSDAY VORNINO. JULY 8. 18C3 Ytstorday was another dsy of stir, thine and showers. We understand that a train leaves thil place for Louisville thismnrtiing. Don't forget the tale of rotifl scaled good i. It will be continued to-day by Marshal Glascock. Ureeo corn has become plentiful in tblt market. Fifty cents per dozen ears is the leading price for a good article. Recorder Bhane had only four cases on his docket yesterday. This is a de elded improvement. The dogs of war at the Capitol bayed a "deep-mouthed'' saints, at sunrise yes terday, in honor of the recent Federal victories. The number r.-f buriaU at the city ceruetery during the month of June was 277 citiens,87; federal soldiers, 152 ; rebel soldiers, 2; contrabands, "0. The salary of the City Treasurer has been increased to nine hundred do.lars. That sum will but little more than pay the house rent and market bills of a small family. - We aro gratiQtd to note that our friend ScnLEiEB, the unrivall...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 9 July 1863

" I . OOUBXCTED DAILT by LX I. DUNN k CO., Ha, ONION ITBUT. P Tbw quotation ara for Cnluxl Slate1 Tr m T Solaf, Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky 1 Bunk of T"nne 10 dls. . ... 10 ' .... II) 1 . .40 ' 10 1 40 ' 40 ... .10 i to i ...40 40 .... 4 U ' 4f ' 4ft ' 4.1 Mi i 40 1 00 ' m 1 4A ' tt 4i IS M ' 4A MO ' foiling, .... 63fi0. Planum' Bank Merchant' Hank Bank of the Union Trader!' Dank Buk of Oommrnw Our Bnk Farm1 Bauk . B mk of Paris Dank of ChtluioK Hank of Memphis Buck's Bank Klver Hank Commercial lmk rViulhcrn Hank Bank of SashvlUe.. Bank nf hlieihyvlii , Oooc Bank. Bai.k of liandrhltrn Bank of Wtal Tonh,ee.... Bank of Ml liilo Tuincspca... Northern Bauk Ofinryla anl Kouth Carolina . N -Till Carolina and Virginia Alalia ma. ouialana JntyWty. .. fr'rj .o,J ... Gold.., tUlTOT. norirrrn wii. OAT, ... North W afrn Hank of O'-orgia 60 dl. Bank of lb Ktnplra H1U, (rturgta Bank of Athens, Ueorgia Fulton Bank ...too ...r. ...60 Bank of Whitfield " Timber Cutter ' Bank Itefuaa tb Iwnen of all ...

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