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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 16 July 1863

smarc2S f 7 a, f ffl ltf (1 ff! l f kdclll rUDLISIIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF FBINTEI.3. OFFICE ON rRINTEES' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEAD ERICH 8TM.ET8. VOL II. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. THURSDAY, JULY 1C 1803 NO 82 PROSPECTUS OF Till TV Nasyiu.i. I'sio" wan commenced liut spring, for U purpose of opposing th Rebel Rnutliarn Con 'ti'm-irj, and of advocating tli restoration of federal an Ihirlty, without any abatement, over all tha States wl.tth bar atu-m ted to eecle. Iia object we to f r liim th doctrlnee of Liberty and Union, they air one expnuuded by tba fathers of the Republic, but which for mora than one jriar the long and ilr u y carnival of treason had been unspoken aud ni.snitton In tbo Capital of tli Plata of Axtmiiw ,li Bl ON, and wore treasured up on! In tbo benrts of tb.i t lUifiil. Ws Wlieved that tba rhrht way to foj iln 4 n byl iurtml, In a city l'ka Nashville, at em-Ji ,iaili this, iut to raise tba aTarliig a d t 1 m 1 1 U tc lli Irne (lan iard of patriotism, and not to 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. — 16 July 1863

, -rrr " or Freedom una BttionfcUty . C. PIKKCKK, BdHT TDCRSDAY MORNING, JULT 16, 1801 UIO ITATK COMMITTEE. MxM 7ennette. llorac llaynard, Dr. Wm. O. Brownlow, John A. Campbell. Middle lennetue.'UL M. Brien, Dr. Wm. P. Jones, Horace II. Harrison. )Test Tennen.J . B. Bingham, J Tomenj, Dr. J. Ltftrick. M. Ilia Situation In Tennessee. Bragg has undoubtedly fled from Bf idge pott. A part of our catalrj tisittd the place a few days ago, and found on ly a few straggling rebels who looked aa forlorn as cranes on a aand-bar. The r.hel trmr tiad flown from the sacred aoil of Tennessee, and is now Yerj likely, where ws reported it yesterday at Atlanta, frightfully melted down by desertions. There is then, no Confeder ate army in West, nor in Middle Ten nes.-ee, and we (presume bat a handful in East Tennessee, inasmuch as the nraaalno- npReaaitipa of the hour would - not allow a large rebel force to bo idle in that lection.. Why not throw troops iu there and hold that strong point perma nentl...

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. — 16 July 1863

We learn Hi nl tlin Adam F.xprr Company 1)tc rr Kuiiicrl ifieir biiniruM, temporarily UHicn'lcd by tbe intcrrup Hon of I ho Louisville and NanliriUo Railroad by (he rebels, and arn now ie coiving packages of every description fur poiols Ninth i,( Nashvilie. It gives u pleasnre to make a note of (hi fact ; and t' make honorable mi ni inn o f Din ni)erinlendcnt, Mr. Toon; t lie financial il rk, Mr. IIawm; tho Telegrapher, Mr. IhWEii, ar.d other altaclica of llio cflinc. We Lave found luim exceedingly tecum modating gcnllcmcn, the "right taen in the right place" well tni-riling tho con fidence of the public. May tin maraud ing rebel Interfere with their biihines. again. TiiEAim:. Tho eutertaitimentg this evening are "The Dumb Girl of Genoa," the pantomime, of "The Cooper," song by Mr. Stewart, dancing by the 'A ivis towskis, and the laughable lay of "The Debutante." Misses Emoline and Fan ny take a brnefit to-morrow night. THE LATEST NEWS. Siveral shop-keepers have btcn lined recently ...

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. — 16 July 1863

Altera! gutters, General Oidrr r. 13 ITilAjTTm Cirrtn rrte rr-, I tanhTHls.Tegne, Jily 1 ' I I. Any person found Interfering with or toring down any barricade, rifle pM, ditch, or embankment, or tb iniliUry damionth wfitend of Nahiil con- trooUd for the defence of ths city, will b. rreUd end do.lt with pnbllo enemy. All guard are ordered to arrest on the spot, any person so offending, and if on trial convicted, they will be sent to the Penitentiary at Alton, ILL By order of Brigadier-General It. S. Obabohk, Commanding Tost. W. NEVIS, Cspt. and A A. General. Jalyl5-lir. tollers of tn unr of the Cumber land, iinllr I May U Brm Of Eutilmd bT'-r tktw, May the TnuOaof Fcotland nornr grow, May the Harp of Ireland nr-Tir play Call! tb Dttn and I tripe hay wou the duy. A & M. Lsndsberg & Co., on the South side corner of the Square and Market street, have on Land a large assortment of Fine Wines. Alao, a large lot of Ale, Beer, Oysters, Teiches, Cherries, LToney, in Glass and Can, Ti...

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. — 17 July 1863

sari VI r - - f at" lk . I sXV . . in.:-. : . . - wiM litiirl firtslfj s o 'WW im-yy-; I PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON FKINTER3' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEKICK STREETS. VOL II. .J-- NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1863. JVO 83 PROSPECTUS ' or Tns ' ' " ' NASHVILLE UNION Tin Nbviu.i i Cnon was commenced last Hiring, tor the purpoM of oipoilnf the Rebel Southern Con federacy, Mill f advocation tlie reabirati.ni of FVIernl authority, without nj abatement, over all (he State which hare att.'niitedlo ee4n. It object u to proclaim Hi. doctrines of Liberty and Union, a. they wers one .viVianled by tin ftitliers of the JVpubllc, but which, fuf more than one year -the long anil dreary carnival of treason had been nuspoken aud unwritten la. tus4i.ital uf ths Stats uf AxnilW L Jicaen, and were treasured up only In tha heart of thsfnltiifuM W. b.,lrvl thai tin. rlKlit y to con duct a loyal journal, Id a elty ilka Xabv)1e, at such a time as this, waa to ntlm tha w...

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. — 17 July 1863

attar: .bMrf-m'XJW.'SJ-S-'r: ttr tieeaoin id IV anorialit'- -. i.. pi:iif.n. firmer. FKIDA Y MORSINO JIT' Y C,H H I A'l'K tOfl.1l XF.li. 7tM.-e-lI' Maynard, Dr Win O U.i.wnliw, J-hn A-Campbell. . Wm T .lone, U.TiCf H. Harrison. Wmt Tnftm J C Diughruu, J. M Touuuy, Dr. J Li ftrl k. . ' Lou an Tho subjoined ocitreeponoVoce will be read with ibtcrerl: ( LXliCUTlVB M A Mi in Wafbivotjn Ja y 10 1GA Jlf.ji-a 77 . M,,lh:ril. J,a,i4h JcJw n tW Thanuit Vuvwrn : (jIstli MIS Y or Iter, which f.4 1 iWb. u- M-f o (fi-nwd and ciniil-re-r'; To hi Ri iH.ri'T Abha!I Lincols, Th iiiidarsiv.M'd. a cn.miiit-e p p"irii-d by the planters if the S'tf l LnnlMinn, feiTlful'f reprewm mat they lata bee-n delegated In f k of the general (Ji'varnment a full rrcngriitlon f the rnhU of tue State as they existed p'Oiou to the fasesge of n act or sio-Mlon, orKiO tue print-tiiie of the eiistenee of tbe State Consul ii tion unimpaired, nd no lejtal act he ixir transpired that could in any way diptivt tbitn of th adva...

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. — 17 July 1863

BTIasItriltc 3(moa. THE LATEST NEWS. THS FIeaLT;. or -Nil !UIU.S. A pri v sts litter ftvm KtniacMy, recilvd byrt gentma in this city, sti'n that 1 it rcpottsdsod br'leved In t),t eu t',n rf coui.try, list the sm.ll p"X sad otn.l-r are prsvuiUcg in If arivill, and that ihc bih uf ibu cliy i gnfiHrally To roller lbs luluda Of pars slrosd, bftving nhliona fttd fiKnds la our midst, wecmuf Ihtt reports of t'.ie 's'iovo elisrsclpr t) nntrae. Tba hrslih of Nsshville v.ss Bevtr better at tLis sea son i( ib jfr. There in no ch'-lira hrre, and (its been none. For soma months past there br het-a occasional oases of small pox, hKQ atnocgtt sol diers and contrabanda, and tliein bare bito srnt to s hospital fur the rerrptton of each patient, od fere treat d. Tbi disrate lias nut spictd in tbe city, or ( It probable that it "ill. No one hi r frela soy apprcbeuaion on the ubJ-o. The rmrabt-r of patients in the hospir al ban decreased, and rontinui'S to tie oreie. It la lelitvrd ibtt, In a short tiu...

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. — 17 July 1863

fecial fjotircs. General Order JN. Hnt)',ttrin Vnrrtn Brar Finos". I hBtlif1ll,lBMiiM, July li. 01 I. Anr Dfrgoa found lntfriVi-irig with or tearing dwn ny brriodc, rifle pl'l ditch, or embankment, or ido numr; dim. on the. west end of Naibrille con- tructed for the defence of the city, will 1,. arre.ted nd dMi with M a public enemy. All urd are ordered to arrest on the apot, any person ao oHending, and If on trial convicted, they will be aent to the TcnilentUry at Alton, III. By order of Brigadier-General II. 3, Oiunof.r, Commanding Tost. W. KEVIN, Capt. and A. A. General. jalyl5-lw. utlera ol I lie A rmy or the Cumber Unit, Kallr I Msy tbe Ho lit XuKiand never blow, May th Thullr of Fcotlsnd uever grow, May th llsrp of Ireland never play Until lb gtari and Stripes have on the ila,y. A .V M. Landsberg Sc Co., on the South aide corner of the Square and Market atreet, Lave on Land a large assortment of Fine Winea. Alflo, a large lot of Ale, r.ffer, Oyateri, TeacLee, Chcrriei, Honey, ...

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. — 18 July 1863

I s . I Z. " - ' ...... 'I i. ) ; til mi?:-:' STREETS. I . , ' r i YOLJI. NASHVILLE. 'TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, JULY 18 1883 . NO 81 i rV w ... ... n i - ' --hO- J,...'mW...W. ' - . " , ' rtJCLISnED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF FBHSTTEE3. OFFICE PIT PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADKRlCIi" PROSPECTUS or nil NASHVILLE UNION Th. Nhtiu.li Caion aecomnvr.ept tat i.nna. fnr the purpose of opposing; the flab! Scaitharn Con 'inldfucj, atll . wlvnc-llti toe ruorfillOn of Keiteral authority, wfihrwuanj iriil, over fdt tha Slates alilra ha To attemptoU to ewxita, lis ni.Joct whs to proclaim the dortrtura of l.itcrly aju l:iln, aa lh.y uuce tnuuniu I j lit" fV.Lra of ti flspeMle, but which for mora, than ono year tha, !qiii aU'l ilrtery rannral r.f tr.!!.!! -hiS a. uiiapoaren nd iinritin In i) t (tiJ at V- Fllo nf AKtir .ArftiiOK, aiil w.r trro-uritt up ui.ly In tli LarU tkr fitlUiful. V e hritvnd that th rl;l.l way to (on luct kiytil norii.l, lu adty I k- Ninlitn', at auri s tlm a thin, waa to r.ila...

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. — 18 July 1863

.;s!;rilt? Simon, 01 freeooiu u Aauonality. SATURDAY MOUSING, JULY 13. Frtn nrn d, nrfrm4. In the ll!r part of .tho ipring ntl early part of the lummir ot 18G2, the proepeet of tu i.ational cause appeared quite hopeful to t is State. Loyal mrn were elated and rebel disheartened. Dtaerter from the Confederate artuy came into our Udh aud give thmi-l?t tip, declaring that they were iick of the rebellion. The authorities, e lercisiog a noble chaiity and magnanimity, received them without hesitation. What followed? In the course of the season, a the river full, and varlont circumstance ' favor, d gui-mila peraiious, many of these pro filed penitent, fnr having enjoyed a 1 n r.si at lioiiif, ai d rep-cniehed thrir ra.p'd anlrobf, r ji.ini'd tin ir old aV .cut a in (Miil, taking wi'h them large amount ot iriformation very valna bio to the rebel. Thus, while many remained faithful to their oaths, many Others resumed the work of highway robbery and murder. Deserter are again leaving the bat ...

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. — 18 July 1863

?3ashWt!e "ilnton. pir. latest- news.' Dr. M. I'moi sjttt: com mi n.i:. 7jW 7?inrsfr. Il'trsre Maynard, Dr. Wm. O. Brownlow. John A. Oawnhrll. MitkUc Ifir.rtw. M. M. lit ion, W'ra 1' JoncH, lloracn II. Harrison. We.it Trnnci'i I 15- Bingham, J Tonieny, lr. .1. L ft i i k. Tho Union Slate Ctnmi(lce are ic fjUf sc& to iTic.-t ta-rfay, in the T-'rderal Coart room, t 1 1'. M, Mrs. Gen. n()flccrn, tnl 1 wo children, ariived on Ihc Louisville triti yesterday. It will ho Bien by ref.-reucc to (he order of Lient.-Col. Spalding, Provost Marshsl, that tho I'as office on Cherry atreet, haa been removed to tho Capitol. Lieut. OROod IjA", we underaland, been relieved. A grand review of tho troops of ibis l'of.l-, by Ocn. UoBcerana, tt.ok place yes terday afternoon near the Middle Frank lin turnpike, about a mile from town. It was a ma.'tiiflci'nt spectacle, and was witnessed by n immense number of citizens and other persons. I j The store of Mr. G. Heck, corner of Summer and Jefferson street...

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. — 18 July 1863

fvtr ,-fVfi.,.. 9 ig-wt 3 T.iiaHaw i nA i if M ?a;-a .jy tip.-. ",.. Z - "Mi i ; I; eVtaoakaU .nii:!;: 7 fur, i. t timer il OitU-r. 13 BrMjATvi Cia-rem Brave. , t e.hvl . i..aeae. inly 1 1 "1 I. nr ,.raoo foond lorfcitng witb or tearing diwn any barrloade.'riflo pi dl ch,..r rob.nkmen'.'oi" b military ' d.ntont't eetlfed of NhTl!le on a true'cd for fh fkfen'e of "Ti bi errf.t.d and deal with Is ft public td'WT. 1 i ' All mrc) are oidirrd (a arrrtt CD !be ci-o'i any preoii to oiTunding, tad H on (rial couvloie'l, they will be rent ta the Fenltentiary at Al oo, 111. Bj order ,f lkrigadier-Uenrral E. B. Giusar.8, CoraniandlDg roat. W. NKVJN Capt. ani A. A. Outw.1. totljre t tha rmrfha camber l.nd. Heli t r; lb Cm of Ktutiir.d nev.r Uu , M jr lb. TWfr of foot M ifvf.r grow, ley Hi. Hero of tr-He-nd Bevor pUy Cu U feg 8 ar. end rlrle Lave oa ttee dnf. A fc M. Li&diberg & Co., oa be Soutt Ida comer of tbe Square and Market treet, hive on Laod a large aeorttaent of Fine Winea. Also...

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. — 19 July 1863

! j !, 'I f---w ) ( All Vdfto - it H H I o PUBLISIIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF FBINT2P.S.--0FFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. VOL 11. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. SUNDAY. JULY 0 .1803 NO 85 p.. i i ana la r b i r h i g ii i i i i u i na I am i m a r i ii s t wm ui in i m r V I PROSPECTUS , . or t;iz - . NASHVILLE UNION Ttau NAturilLi.K L'nioi w coniraoncad last iprlUK, fir ti iinrixi) of opposing tin. RkIhiI Poutlmrn C;m mI( nii'jr, unit of advocating tha restoration of KedeniJ siitfi,.rliy, with out anjr atmlninit, orr nil tha States wlitrb liavs attempted to suc.ia. Itsol.Jaot ws to proclaim the doctrines of l.lWljr and Uulou, as IhvJ wnr once cxxnulet lijr tin fathers of the Kepubllc, but which fur nore than ono year tU l"Ug and drea'y carnival i f trxnson had bo g unspolun and unwritten In thn Capital of tin. Ktata of Ani.stw Uoasoii.snd were trcssnrei up only In tin tuwrts of ' tin! rillliltil. w liolluUd that th rlntit way to con duct a loyal jotirjial, In a ...

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. — 19 July 1863

rcr Freedom and Jiattionallty. a. c. nil (if't.K, Kdlurr. SUNDAY :0RN1N0, JCLY 19. 18C3. DtlO 1TA1R COMJUTTFIl. 7mw. Horace Maynard, Dr. Wm. O. Brownlow, John A. Campbell. Af.'cMk lmneue. M. M. Drien, Dr. Win 1' .Innes, Horace II. Harrison. We T""! J B, Binjbam, J. M. Tonieuv, Dr. J. LtfirLk. Tba Mciv loik Iliot and lu !. TU f lunking details of Uit New York i Iota in rcnisliog iLe enfororm Dt of (he enrollment act are fraught with amort a'lllliig ana memorable lesson. ve way starch in vain through the record of the Southern rebellion, dark as it is, for aiy oatrage more wanton, inhuman, and villainous. It was a moat revolting exhibition of human wickedness, which no negro-whipping guerrilla in the troop of Morgan r Forrest ever surpassed. The outbreak was predicted weeks ago, Fernando Wood, and the thieves, mnr dVrrrs and Imrglari who infttt tbe liquor dec and broth' Is of the Fiv Points and o'h r inl imoua localities of Now Yolk, had threatened to reial the Eorollment by force and...

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. — 19 July 1863

( it I the spi 'the T, ! ray mWBt 'Men. Cirnrrnl OiiWr ... 13 Maahvlne, I(ii.la. Jul, 1 v 1 m f I I. Any penon fyunil lntrrf,-tiii) with t or tearing down any barricade, riflo i,i f li-ft, or embankment, or I ho military Vdamsonthe wssteud of Nkb?i!le ron- tracted Tor the defence of the ity,' will be arrested and li-s!t with as a public enemy. All nn..J . . . (, un are onier?a 10 arrest on the spot, any peroa so offendinfr, end II al confide d, they will be sent U renilentiaryttAlton.il!. By order cf Brigadier-Otnersl li. 8. GRAHoErt, Commanding Post. W. NEVIN, , Cpt. and A. A. General. julyl5-lw. Two ('omriosittir waitM! at the I fMoii oE.cs.-. A pill y t W. T. Oil, or Win. Cnnuroii. To steady nifii,f;iio(l Hitiintioin mid (uiiHtsuit woilt Mill be git tu. Tho McKendrce congrtpation will meet on Sunday, 19th inat , at lOo'clock, 4. M., at Caper's Chapel, near the Nash ville it Chattanooga Depot. The publio are invited. Services conducted by tho pastor, Ecv. S. D. Baldwin. Services a...

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. — 19 July 1863

'ucrinl pottos. atler ! ins A r f Cw r imitft uuri - ( MJ the fl of Inglti,4 tarn klo .. Hey the TMsi'of Fcotleud Tr gmw, 1' My H.iTpof Ireland yr pl7 k ( tnlll lU 8-sr ad 8lrlhY y- A i- M. Lsndsbenr 8t Co., on tfee South tido corner of the flqir nd Market itrect, hsvs on hsnd Urge assortment of Fine Wines. Also, a Urge lot of Ale, Uecf, Ojstr-rs, rtaclicB, Cherries, Ilonr, in Glass and Can, FickleS In JarS ana Kegs, Spiced Tripo and Tongues, Nuts, Ties Feet and Tongues, Condensed Milk, Figs, Dates, Raisins, Spices, Onions, Lemon Srup, Dried Apples and reach es, Itock Cndj, Stick Candj, Fancy Uawty, Cigars ot all kinds, aouacco, SeetOwcB, Rosebud, BUk and Cotton Handkerchiefs, Tins, Needles, IMpcs, Boots and Shoes, Combs of eferj de scription, Good Stationery, and a variety of Yankee Notions, which we offer at the lowest f gores. "" Corns and give us a trial before pur chasing-. " Our Motto is Quick Sales and Pmall Tro'StsT. A. Si M. Landsceiu, as uo i fil.NEIlAIi OUf K, NO. . ' t'M...

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. — 21 July 1863

J 8 ruiiiii3nr.D by an association of printeiui office on ri.LNTiisa' alley, between union and dkaderick streets. VOL II. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. TUESDAY. JULY 21, 18U3 NO 80 atTfV'aafvi r iaaaSfa Vriala'ai a. f-v fc-. ''.W .'N j. - 1 1 ! ' i f 4 I i PROSPECTUS OK TIIK NASHVILLE UNION Tlit NAflMVifi.l.r r.Mi.i wn rttinii.in.l laM r n, l-ir Hirivjfn tf fiprsin Hit !VU)I r'oiitli. rn ViU-racy, riv. of 1or.i(in flut rrr'nt Hn of frV.l4.rul tnitliurity, Ithout any alatrmnit , uvi-r all the Si.it- .). ll llHVB Kltt-UtU-il to fcWmltt. Ill tlj't t w i U t liiim the iltx trim of l.il-Tiy riM I'm ..,, tlm Wetf onco rxMin iiil tj the fal lie rw of tlio KrptiMic, hut which fur nioio thati (mo y. r Hip Ihk dreary curnU. tf tre;uion h-iil hwn tnitM'kru itl unwritten lu thr (apitH. of lh Mat of Andhkw .UrtiHoM, ami wvrv troAfititml upoiily in (ho litarL uf tli frtltli TiU. We telitn lm) thai the riht way In cim (Itwt a Kiyaf (otirjml, In ft city l'k Nm)h (lie, nt -in h ft tnufl fti thin, wiu tt mli...

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 July 1863

ia;rjBaAWi Wo wstiirillf Virion. trooaoa ami iaiiJ,.t: .' W. V. iTafcliUfcl. a-:""' TOE-DAY KOKO.JCLY 21,lfeC?. V lO TA I K VOn H IT'I-tli. 7tncw li-race Majnard, Dr Wm. O. P.rowrulnw, Jhn A. CaaipbcK Middle Jennets. M. M. Biieo, Di I Jo""-, tt..race U. Uarrioo. fit Terneiset J B Bingham, J. M Tonienj, Dr. J. L ftriik. flow to lltt ir tlto Itetielllwii We were trnck the other day with remark mado by a my hrewd observer on the pcti'iou of dilrcatlun of Leu Ulan planter, that the President would allow lh. tn to the the State Governim n into their own Lands, and thus ret;r Louisiana to the Union. "It a p'opi e.Won," id be, "to r-:Oe the nMUm." We cannot characterize the request bet ter, mede under the circumstance", nd by ancli pnrtie". A New O.-l'-ans !rtfor MJI ! Dr.Cottiutn adct.mpuy are in Wash ington pretending to ieprent forty the priheuf Loniaiaoa when In truth they don't represent one; abive all, (In pirlch of Orleans, containing one-thiit of f 1m population cf tin Hiafe, is n ...

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 July 1863

Mii: ' l T.V 21 JfC3 Newel-oik. f Miliiatj Tumit arnl inny new styla al (frctu A On i-nV An l:xf file j.t In i imrnl. Mews. Sandford Co. inform us 1 hat they have made arrangements fur a lib eral amount rf Unli Slates Hands, commonly clod "Fire-Twentios," of all ilmoiiiiuations, from $1,000 to $.'J Tiio "(ireenbacks" can be converted iot tlirso bunds, llie intprtgt of which, at tix y-T cent, Is payable rmi -annually in g,ll ThiSf bonds hate root ivjth a Ur(jp salt ovir all portion of the country, $140 000,000 having already been iurcbasti liy capitalists, Iradeum n, far ntrs am lahurcrs, wlm hire been fottnnatc e noogl to lay np sonio suijilu funds nbiclj the, do not care t rick in the uucortaitti. i of ta'le, or speculation. Tui y are err tainly tlin Li'tt prrmmcct investment one can make of his means, a tho fail L an'J credit of tho wholo country is pledger) for tli" redt motion of thiso l nris. Thy canno't bo below par, fur the in ten at is paid upon thcui ingvli every ni tnnnlbs...

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 July 1863

ult U txhauMiofi d convulsion. VVe couniel Ctncilition now toward n ex cited populace; and thia (iron we Lope that reaeon will prerail Al all even'" if Ihe Abolition journals are appalled by the extent ft thoir rponititj7. ' them not aeck to foint it upon tlie Je mocracy. From tin-.Journal t Coranwr.-, vv.lr,r?,l.,r. MARTIAL LAW. It Sinon-eni" talking about mar tial law now. If we have not power to rescue tbe city from the hand I of a mob, what help will martial law gife us to ward it? H wa cannot bi at the rioters, how can we enforce martial law'.' What ii wanti d in force in the hands of the Governor, who is acting nobly and ear nestly, as a man who knows what he is about, and intends to restore peace and quiet, llo is Commander-in-Chief of the forces of the State, and the riot can he anppresicd by him if citizens aid him faithfully. Our neighbors who clamor for martial law do not know what they are talking about. To attempt auch a proclamation whilo the mob is stroiiR, would be a...

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