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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 10 July 1863

- - - J' . , JillJt yi::. .-'.--...v.v; , -.i--JKSaSWTr PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTEUd. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADKEICK STREETS. VOL II. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. Fill DAY, JULY 10. IS63 NO 77 PROSPECTUS OF TUB The Nxyviu.Li Union was couimeuced last spring, for the purpose of opposing the Rebel Southern Con federacy, aud of advocating the restoration of Federal authority, without any abatement, over all tlx Plate which liava attempted to secede, I la ohjoct aa to proclaim the doctrinoa of Liberty and Union, aa they were one expounded by the Cithers of the Republic, but which for luoro than one year the long and dreary carnival of treason had been unspoken and tmwrltten In the Capital of Mm State of Ashkew Jackson, and were traaaurad up ouly In the hearts of the faithful. We believed that Mia right way to con duct a loyal ouraal, In a city Ilka Nashville, at srtcli a lime ai tills, waa to ralae the wavering and timid opto the trna standard of patriotism, ...

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. — 10 July 1863

force, if he He lc'erl In th conspiracy, CJiybuBJ guilty a if taken In batlh with arms ta hit hands An ol!ler com missioned to recruit, snd who enlists and forwards mm to till the rebil ranks, would be alike guilty. And ao of any other person furnishing money, arms, ammunition, provisions or supplies, or otherwise performing any of the "va rious dis'inrt parte which aro ""''""''J for the proft-cution of wr"; provided, uoh pergon be 1-Kgucd in the general conspiracy. WHAT CONSTITUTE GIVING TUB HrU.MT AID AND COMFORT. The samn principlo is to be applied in construing ths phrsso "in adhering to" tbeir enemies, "Kiring them aid and coiuforl," is adopted in the interpre tation of the phrase "levying war." They were both taken from the same English slttato, sod must equally, therefore, bo understood in the sonse which they boro in that law. "Unfler tho English statute, every assistance yielded by a citizen to the enemies of the government under which he liver; uuless aiven from a will-uro...

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. — 10 July 1863

r i'imxk -.., it,, , , . r -tiirrtMimii r ff 1 1 in i .- . , ... It FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 10. 1830. Do not fil to read the charge r Jadg Tbioo to the Grind Jury, which We publish this morning It it an exceed ing'T W nd eomprehonaive paper, doei infinite credit to the htad and heart of its author. Advertiser! will pleaae hnd in their favora during the day. The nljrbt. are so abort, we are frequently compelled to leave over tbote Pent in after dark. It will be een by reference to onr ad erlising columns that Mr. J. V. Wil son lias taken two partners into hit busi nets efctablibment. Both of them are intelligent business men. Success to the new firm. W. II. Lucus St Co. have a heavy auc tion sale of dry goods, Sec, this morning. The goods are of excellent quality, and the assortment varied. Go and lay in your supplies. We are Informed that several trans port steamboats arrived Wednesday night from Carthage, under convoy of a gunboat. They were fired into repeat edly at different points ...

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. — 10 July 1863

;',fcaWaarl mUi-ote gist. COKBICTKD DAILY by LIB I. DDKS ft CO., No. S5 UNION BTBIIT. f Thus a,oolatloni ar tor United tale' Trw- 7 Note, Ohio, Indiana, and geotuf y I tta of Tetio ltnlna tlank Plantar' Pank V" Merchant' Hank Hank of that' niou Trader' Dank Bank of Comnwro Olty Hank armr' Pank Bink of Pan Bank of fatun"a Hank of Memphi Buck' Ban Klvor Hank Ilommercial Buuk Honltiern Bank I lank of Nashville Hank of Hlieluyvlll (H-oe Bank Hank of liaiidrldgn Hank of West Tnnneutc,.., Kink af MI'lilla Teuuetsca... Northern Hank lorKta and Hontli Carolina . North Carolina and Virginia Alabama uulalana ... Gold.., BIlTer. IXH IITt l I. WILIS CAT. Northwestern Bank of Oeorirla M dls, Hank of llin Kmplr Blatu, Uciorgla 0 " Bank of Athena, Georgia 6S " Vulion Hank 00 " Hank of Whllfleld 11 Timber Cutters' Bank BO Itofuao tlie laaiieia of nil Hank mentioned below. Th followln; Tenuesse Ilanka ara broken, or ham been wouud up ; and tbulr Note, If auy ar out, ar ntterly wortlilaaa; AsTM-iiltn...

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. — 11 July 1863

iaMU-. at.HHii.,,.. a..,,.. - mTrrlTl 11 Mr"fiT rTfi I IHThT' !! I m tr i ft.ilrt. --ilHiii ' ilnm n nMtl. - - J FUBLISIIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BE1 A'EEN UNION AND DEADEBICIt STREETS VOL II. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, JULY 11 1803. NO 78 PROSPECTUS or TUB NASHVILLE UNION Tli Naivtiixli Chios was commenced lost spring, for tlie purpum of opposing the Itolwl Southern C'on idofarjr, end of advocating tlio restoration of Federal authority, without any abatement, over all the Hutui which have attempted to accede. It older! waa to proclaim the doctriuo of Liberty and Union, at llu jr wore one eiiinduil Ljf tho futher of the Kopuhlir, hut which rr mure than ana or Uie long ami dreary carnival if treaeon had kenn uiiDjiokvii and unwritten In the Capital of tlie State of Amm Jacisom, led were treasured up only Id the hearts i.f the fnltlirul. Ve believed that the right Wat to con duct a loyal lountal, in a city like Nashville, at auch time at this, ...

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. — 11 July 1863

i! 1 1 1 1 V fe - . - '1 .' 1 Hat)cnlitj tor lieedom naii . nfcrtt Kit, f.uuor. SATURDAY VOUN1NO. Jt'LY 11. 18C3 ljltN KTATE C O.n TIlTTKE. East 7enneie.-Uorc Majnard, Dr. Wm. O. Brnwnlow, John A. Campbell. Middle lenncssee.M. M. Bricn, Dr. Wm. P. Jonec, Horace II. llarrlaon. WtH Tennis--" J- B. Bingham, J. M. Torneny, Dr. J. Lf ftrick. Tbo forejoint; Committee, appointed by antLoritj of the recent Union Con vention, his been Landed us by tbe President of the Contention, lor pabll cation. Protaellon of Conscript While the Gofernment haa the ad?an tage of a very large excess of prisoner In Its handi, numbering between 80,000 and 40,000, it should are to the complete protection of the thousands of conscripts Who bare recontly eicaped from the clutches of the rebel authorille and enliitod in the National airay. By the. end of the correct month there will be no doubt, In the East Tennesnee lojal regiment over 15,000 gold ten and ofD oora whoso names are on the rebel con scriplion rolls,...

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. — 11 July 1863

a I jgjtasIwiUt "Mm. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 11. Gen. Boyle haa p!rd Loniaville end Jefferson count nndtr Martial law. Mr. Jorm Rchm will rcf pt onr thenki for the Louisville Pewrrat of the 10tU imt. Advertisers will please hand in their favors during tbe day. The nights are o short, wc aro frequently compelled to leave over lhoo gent la after dark. There were hut four caea before Re corder Sltahs yeeterday. Three of them paid fines and costs the other, Jon Firr.HENUY, charged with larceney, was committed to Jail for trial by the crim inal court. Theatric "The Chaplain of the Regi ment," is the opening play at tUo theatre to-night; to be followed bj a grand dancing Wn by the Zavistowskis, and songa by Mr. Htewabt. The performan ces conclude with the musical drama of "Masaaneillo," in which Mile. CuntsTiVK appears. Nearly three hundred rebel prisoners were brought down from Murfreesboro, in the cars Thursday night. They were, with but few except inns, non-commissioned officers and pri...

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. — 11 July 1863

to alaeiti...' ria4-j-.w. ;'jiijcr..ii.eiajitMrWiiii kfctt:.UiT?awiKa TmST I . .. am -. arv w tftiMi'M am -gank-gott gist. CORRECTED DAILY by tCX . DUNN CO Ko. 11 ONION STBItT. AVsT TtaoM quotation r fcr United Stales)' Tre n J Not, Ohio, Iuiliu, snd Kentucky I Hank of Tennessee . dtt. Union Hank. Planters' Bunk Merchants' Bunk Hank of that'll lou Traders' Ilnk Bonk of Onrnmerr filly Bank , Partners' Bank....' IKnk of Pans Bank of I'hettaniK.ga Hank of Memphis Buck's lUnk liver Bank aimmarcial Bunk Southern Bank Hank of Nashville Hank of hhelliy Til Iicoee Bsnk Hank of Dalidrliljre Bask of Weal Tennessee Iluik Ml bile Tennessee Northern Hank , Uoorida and Hun 111 Carolina North Carolina auil Virginia Alabama ouniana , Onld... Bllver.. Buying. ... nO(i ..SOU , 10 .... 1 .... 10 .. .41) 10 4U 40 ... .10 60 ,....4i 40 ,....40 40 r 45 41 (I) 40 w 1,0 4 an 41 " 4 " M 41 ' V!4 ... M6Q. IOt lITtt l, WILD CAT. North Western Bank of Qeorgla M Ari Hank of I lm Kmpiro rltalc, Ueorgia 00 " Dunk...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 12 July 1863

-TiM-l- '-."' uLf. -V -0 p'fr- V . i. -. , : PUBLISHED BY A1TAS.0CUTI0N OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEBICK STREETS. rr-rrrv r. . ' re i y; VOL II. N'ASirVILLE.. TENNESSEE. SUNDAY, JULY . 12 1863 NO 79 ,11 11 if If. li, . 11 ,"!(. " ... PROSPECTUS OF TBI . ( NASHVILLE UNION, Tb NjUHTiLLLt C.iiof Trirommnwl last (.ring, w th purpoM of opposing 111 Rebel ft.ulln.rn Con federacy, an of advocating, tb restoration of e.iexal authority , without any abatement, iir all I he ftali.e srblch bar attempted to aenclo. In object wa to proclaim th doctrine of Mberty n4 Union, ea the were one expounded by tli father of th Ueaniblle, but which fur raore than on year lha lonf and dreary cariih auf trenxn bid been iiip-4r 11J nnwriMeaj In tha Car l lal at Uw tut rLpi w Jacaeopj, aad rer treasured op only In tli heart of lb faithful. W believed that Hi right aay to con duct a loyal foietnut, la a ay Ji Naahv 111, l'f h a llma till, wa to ral tlia wavering ai.il tinet up...

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. — 12 July 1863

... - "-" r Pet Fretdom and KationalHr SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 12, I he WorR Kfo SacccM lmoit as ruinous to lout men m fi!re itself. It intoxicates them with Yftingl'r7, disposes thim to indo lence, drpriycB thrm of discretion and caution, and consequently render! them an easy pre j to their adversaries. If "lie use A adversity" are sometimes sweit, the iiHca of great success are some limes very bitter. Tbi generally results from the fact that our natural love of ease blinds us to the truth that the sue of bscb of life must bo Increased and pre served by the same arts which originally won them. We are not altogether with out apprehension that the recent splendid and repeated victories of the Federal arin, both in the East and in the South west, may jeopard the great cause in which the nation is enlisted. Men talk as if the rebellion had gotten its death blow; and the Confederacy of the slave ocracy would crutublo to dust by Iho close of the coming autumn. Let not the friends of Free Go...

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. — 12 July 1863

&MIt Pinion. SUNDAY MORMXO. .ULY 12. IfiGT Wt art highly gratified to learn that the order respecting Car,t. J. EiWAr.n Stackt has been revolted, with compli uientary alluiions to hit good conduct and long service; and that he is ordered to report himself for duty. We enter tained a conviclicn, from the ilrst, that iuch would be the result of a more calm and deliberate hearing of his cause. Capt. Slacey begun the organization of his company when the bombardment of Fort Sumter was announced, aod from that day to tbi, be has given himself to the service of his country, and has won golden opinions wherever duly called him. Hit gallantry was couspicuoua in the batiks of Shiloh, Kichmoud, Ky., and Perryville. In addition to thin, bis labors in the organization of the army of Kentucky under Generals Nilsou and Uilbert, were of the most important character, and elicited the warm com mendation of bin superior officers. His experience, added to his high qualities as an officer, and a gen...

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. — 12 July 1863

SUNDAY MORSINO. JULY'' 12;' ICl otUrol b rr cwmbr. lmid, Kallr I May ll float of KngUud naTrr-f blow, May th TWaUtof rcot.tnd aw jre , May Hit Harp of Irdaul nev.f fr rota the Burtod!trija!i bare woo tbo day. , , A & Mj, Lndabprs & Co., on the South ids colW-ef Ihe Squirt tid Mirkct' trct, bra on hand a largo assortment of Fine VUK. .J.A.lef. Urge lot of Air?, Beer, Oysters, I'tscLcs, Cherries, Honey, in Glass and Can, Tickles in Jar and Kegs, fiplcsd Tripe and Tongue, Jsulo, Tigs l'ett and Tongues, Condensed Milk, Figs, Dates, Baisios, .picec, Onions, Ltmori Syrup Dried Apples aad Peach es, Rock Candy, Slick Candy, Fancy Candy, Cigars ot all kinds, Tobacco, Sweet Owen, Rosebud,. Silk . and Cotton Handkerchiefs, Tins, Needles, Pipes, Boots and boes, Combs of every de scription' Oood fcftatioWr, and a Variety of Yankee .Notions, which we oiler at the lowest figures. Come and give us a trial before pur chasing. ' ' Onr Motto is Q riok tales and S.uall Profit. . , : j . ; A. &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. — 14 July 1863

L.fe.r,t.e.W.U Hi a - -it MH8r 4S A o PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PBINTKK3. OFFICF. ON FlilNTEIU' ALLEY, BETWKEN UNION AND DEADEMCK STEEET3. . VOI, II. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. T.UESDAY. JULY 11 1863 10 PROSPECTUS OF THB NASHVILLE Tho Nash v illd: 1"vnh vriacc minonrd bv.t j.r.i , for the putiHiRo of i r;'"fl''J! the llebel Southern 1 1., Vtorucy, lunl or ad 'orating tb restoration of Ke denl authority, ithotit my abatement, over all the .cbite which Iwi attempted to wet A. luotjict . to proclaim the doctrines of Ubcrly and I'nlon, the; ore onro expounded I jr the fr.Uiera of the Republic, but hlrh far more than or" yrr lh 1'ns end drwary carnival of triaeoB h I been limp' km atot nnwrltten In the CnntUil of the fit to of Annate Jci!ov, and wore troaiured or only In the heerli f lh faithful, Wc believed that tb rujht wny to con duct a loyiil onnutl, In a city Ilka N'a.hvll c, ot en h atltneaa thei, was In rulae the MikVirii.j a l I r.ilJ up to the, true et.-mJaid of pa'.rlo'.l:ri, i...

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. — 14 July 1863

mJ mfnwTtTw ii rr n tt-tt --nr-r - i -r r crave song ioT Freedom and nationality to ;. triKHCtM. f' I'll TCJ-SDAY MOHN1NG, JULY 14, 1SC3, Tbe Memphis-Atlanta JpP"1' of June fl6tb, says lht on of it editors visited Draft's army; at Bhelbyville, recently. IT tin : Ao1 led p,m what avr und heard, we r-.i n anorthenaioa as to the result bonld Eosecrans choose to give battle The Jpptal wn was perfectly bust, ws suppose, that Ilrsr;;. would not run IWT, The A f peat, upt aliog if Tennessee sol' diers, says'. The troons were enloyln excellent health, being well fed, in hiRh spiilts, fait the utmost confidence la their cause and leaders, and weie anxious to meet the foe. On tbe contrary, we aie solemnly as sured by a gentleman of great inttlll fence, who escaped from Brsgg's army as It left Bhelbyville, that at least lO.OUOof the Tennessee troops abhorred both their . . . ' t cants and their leaders, ana wouia uo- i ert on tbe first opportunity. The Ten nees soldiers privately sing songs ri...

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. — 14 July 1863

WWwJ.jjP1WIIiihwwii mi fa iiii i i i ii npi L j ii-i-ii ii m ii i Mi-n-niwi ip.ii.. i i. . . ,., . ., ,, never known to FAIL! THE LATEST NEWS. ; S5n Srlraratifi. I F.SD VY MOnMN'c;, JULY, 1, XX Jjecorder Miaue had but thn cities fo Itli-nd to in hm o'irl y nt'-nlar. A ilcallhy hh'D. A child was nliol in Its m ilhu'i anna in car on tlig Lilmnn I5raru.lt rcl L.nr day ao liy adme rt-'1 murderer. We are indebted to W. C. Collier, ngdraler, for tbe latent Loniaville and 'inrinntti pipers L'pnardfl of one hundred of Morgan's iiifti, raptured in Indian and Ktntuiky, ro in the. Military l'fioon in Louisville Amongst them if Iiii A'tjutinl (!rmr1, Davis. ii i . .1 . it i. i uor iiibiiks are tiuo to v. i. .ioni, Hdama Express Men'meer, fur the I.oii- faille 7cu-ija7 of jitterday. Tbo friends of Col. jous A. Mai.uv, nf theS.h Ktn'ai, ti ill lis g!ad ti learn (lint ho is in Roi d health, lie ia with bis regime nt at Winchester, Tonnr scee. After two days of tJotidy, misty weather, during which ...

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. — 14 July 1863

? 1 j i ' 111 .11 i I 1 ,1 . ...... ZJ TUE-'PAT MOBNINQ, JULY 1 4. 13. ati.. of llnrrf"mb,lr- May tha Bom of nUnd nay" blow, lUy lb TU.Ua of rcutland WW ". M.r U,o Hup of Jr.Jaiid mw P'T lutll the Blara and Mr JM Ufa wo U da. A & M. I.sndsWg & Co., on Ibe South sl.io corner of the'Eqasre nd Msrkel street, Lsts on hand a Isrgo assortment of Fine Wines. Alio, Urge lot of Ale, Beer, 08UM, I'tades, Cherries, Honey, in disss nd Can, Ticklei In Jr ul Kgt, Spioad Tripe and Tongues, Nuts, Plga Fwt and Tongue, Condensed Milk, Figs, Dstos, Biins, Splocs, Onions, Lemon Syrup, Dried Applti d Teaoh et, Kock Csndy, Slick Csndy, Fsncy Csndy, Cigsrs of all kinds, Tobacco, Sweet Owen, Kosebud, Silk and Cotton Handkerchief., Tins, Needles, Pipes, Boots and Shoes, Combs of every de scription, Oood Stationery, and a variety of Yankee Notions, which we cfTVr at the lowest figures. Come and give us a trial before pur chasing. Oar Motto is Quick Sls and Small Profits. A. & M. Landhbkro & C...

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. — 15 July 1863

sMMWWtryWBgro I i unim m mm ' dr. itl rl icy PUBLISHER BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. VOL IT. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15 1863 NO 81 X rW lilA' i 111 PROSPECTUS or Tns NASHVILLE UNION Tim KXnami.lt l'in was ennimMicMl lt spring, fi.r the pnrpMWof opposing llio IVliel Hoiilhorn Con 'oderary, and of ailrocallng tlio reHoratton of Fedoral authority, without auy abatement, over (ill the Hiatus whlt b have altorapted to sec.h. lis object wus to proclaim th doitrlne of Mlierly aud Unloa, they were nm expouuilol ly tlx father of the Iteuiililf , but whlih fr mnro lino one jr.'r the lunj anil dreary carnival of troiwon hm been unspoken ami nnwrittrn in tho Capllal of the ftate of Amiiriw Jii Kiion, ami wer treasured U only lu the hearts f th faltlirul. W believed that tli rlht any to con ilw.1 a loyal journal, In aclly 1!U Nashville, at suih a tune as this, was to raise Hie watering ai.d tnulil up to tho true stand...

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. — 15 July 1863

. . ... - . I LL-L.LIJ-'.'.IL'J . ana AiattoniUHy. ivi tieeaont WEf NISDAY HORMKO JULY 13. 16C3 Xtfro T.oop an F.lenicnt ef Mntlonal 6lr uftli-Vn cdpnt --Common Hcnsc. In the present civil war there r but two parties, io fact, one of patiiots, the otboY of traitor. Tho patriots are go unconditionally. Indeed, the term condi tlonal patriot it ai absurd as the t tin con dilional chiisiian, or conditional hmesi man. " The rondl'ional patiiot ii a'. heart traitor, and he will be an armed traitor whenever hii condi Ion 1 j assailed, lie it a patiiot net from a foist ewwtfry, but from an opinion, and bit patriotism van ishca when his oranlon is not tha stand- ivrdof the cation. The nation la to-daj begirt with perils of extraordinary mag- ritude. Wl Lin thire are atiife and bloodshed, and abroad foreign monar chies view Ibis struggle of the American Republic with no dcfira for its triumph Tho people sympathise with freedom, but their kings and nobles bale it with nc- mlngled bitterness, a...

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. — 15 July 1863

ttninorrd Occupation at nrldgcpnrl T Ibe nvtlnnul t'oicekt A Rontlpmnn frrn Tullhnia reports that Brag retra!il from Bridgeport foTprl days sgo, lij force lip(r reduced by dfsetlors, 1 1 about 13,000 mm. IIo is said if be At Atlanta. If this be true, which wa doubl, Lo will have easy ac cess to Chariest n, in caso thai, placo be attacked. It in rrpirted that cur forces srt now in passnssion of Biidgeport. Wo hopo lo bear this news confirmed to day, but at present give it toonr readers a a rumor mil. "Tort Hudson Ori s."--A priTatt telegraphic dispa'ch, dttd Louisville, July 14th, received yesterday afternoon, from Mr. ScHt,Eir.n, Photographer, an m unccd tho fall of Port Hudson, in the abovo laconic turnip. Wc presume our, midnight dispatches wilt give particu lara. Death or a WortTUY Man.--We are deeply pained tj announce the death of Mr. IiictUBD V. PasnKT, a printer, re cently employed in the Union tflice. deal u occurred at noon yesuruay, at the residence of W. If. C'tmonn, Eq ,...

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. — 15 July 1863

, i Nini statu com-ni iTKi: Ja.'( Jnmc!. Horace Mjnrd, Dr. Wm. O. I'.rownlow, John A. Campbell. Middle 'lennrrtte. M. M. Hrien, Dr. Wm. 1 JoncH, Horace II. Uarriaon. West Tennessee. J B- Hingham, J. M. Tomenj, Dr. J. Lfflrick. yhe foregoing Committee, appointed by authority of the recent Union Con tention, has been banded ug by the resident of the Convention, for publi cation. (a:.xt.itAL ounr.it, no. i. IIUDUl aHglM, DISTRICT Of Til CDMnm.AKI), 1 Mwrfrvr'boro, Jul) Ul, 18ir3. J ' I. In compliance with instructions from Headquarter Department of tbe Cumberland, dated Manchester, Tenn., June 2'Jtb, 18G3, the undersipned hereby acsumet command of the District of the Cumberland, comprising all that portion of the Department ljing North of Duck IUver; Hcadquartcri at Mnrfreesboro. Commanding Ofllcers of Posts, Kailroad Superintendents and others in the District, acting nuder orders from the Department Commander, will at once report by Utter to these Headquarters, those of the latter cla...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
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