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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 2 August 1863

' -1. y IMMtn in iiiimir- PUBLISHED BT AN ASSOCIATION OP PRINTERS. OFFICE ON POINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, 1863. VOL II. NO 97 . n . U - y yr y, i.y ir Smm itttwtt 7 7 i "j t II II TKIOH OF SI'BSf RIPTIOX 5 kim.m: foi'ii: a rent. i-i:k vi i k m. RATES OF ADVERTISING... I'avnble In Advance. (H LIKU l !. TI) C lKTirtJTI A o,UA.) , Square-, I ilaj, 1 00 :uli addit'nal iuioit'n, o .'si - " 1 wonk, S on-ach a Uitijiial nuarf, 1 Ui " 3 " 4 60 " " " '1 1 I niotiiti , fl it) " 3'"' ii a i e raj ii i 4 Ml i 3 ' " tio ' M 6 it TO ADVERTISER IN DETAIL TI1K 11TU WILL A FOLLOW I Quarter Column, 1 month ....SIS 00 ., j ii ..... K 00 .i ii 3 it :io (o Halt Column f " - 2,1 " u g SMI 00 ii ii 3 . 6 ui On Column 1 " 1 1 u, 4r 00 i g li 60 (XI r Advertisement Insr rtel in lb b'pwclal Column c nargid at Hi mi if twenty cents vt lln lor the lull inNilion ; fur each additional Insorllou t.n c-utM ; In lit. Local (Vliimn ttilrly rout. ir liu...

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 August 1863

For Freedom and NatlonalitT SUNDAY MOCNING, AUOU3T 2, 103 Hum P '"',l'r! Wherefore ? k one i why do you call for more soldiers? Because, we need them bsd!y. Bat lu not the Union cause k, prosperous? lligbly so; tnore thsn it tier wss before. Have we not defeated and repull the rebels in all quarters? Yes. tlenallr. Have not our Generals out-gcneralled, and our soldiers cut soldiered the robels? No doubt of H. Is not the Southern Confederacy evident ' ly weakening? We think so. Then 't' why call for more troops ? Because "a ' alitcU in time saves nine;" becsuse ore powerful blow with a bludgeon will kill a wild cat quicker than a hundred Ups with a lady's fan. The Union cause U enjoying a spring-tide of succrsf, ' - " Winch inkao lit tua flood lnali)ii tofurtuuu," " nd the Government will show its wis dom in seizing the golden opportunity, or its blunders by letting it pass neglect ed. We confess that we are alarmed at the satisfaction expressed in certain quarters with our military ...

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 August 1863

Nolle In Nrldlfl.. We rs rcfjucftiJ to a that Kf pofUge on all Itnn-i.rit ncwppsirs mnst be pre-pnii. Xmrwr cannot he frtinlcd. Thotli-rks in Ihe Arm U. luicol of our Toit Office diiliibuled fiwVy "iv OwiWtl frttrri nipM liftoff last. - rnisoNRi.t V tindtrstan'l t It a 1 son of Oen. .Tor.r. A. I'.attie, C. S. A. was brought in jr-etcnlajr nilh S'Tfn tern oilior prjeoiifM. The Lord's Supper will lf adminis-tfi-fd (I). V.) under lho direction of tlio V, S. Christian ConimiKsinp, kt tho en cimpniftils of the 3d, WU, fith and !Uh Last Tennessee Cavalry, at 4 oYlnrk p. m., Sunday, An,;. 2d. Ministers mid ntembors nf all cvan piliral Chtirchrs in end around the city are invited to participate. I!y order V. W. Wooita-h, IVlopate in c harpo of IieliRimis Srrvirra. On Saturday, in Luiisville Gold was 2;tii27";l eeDt buying and VAu ".3Tj sell ing, and silver at 1 7 f I l f buying and 2l'i25 Kdlins. Demand noics 2.'(.'2H buying and Mai? 3 4 Belling. Kxchange is buying; at discount and Belling ...

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 August 1863

t 2 . ornciAL.i LAWS OP TUEUxiTED STATES, Patsed at ti third Basion of 0 Wy ttventh Canyrtss. ' rprnuo No- C4. Uicl aud Circuit Court therein. hJy, d!, ..led " two jcdioal dialriiU, u th. fl luwirjg iii inm-r, na aiiij' ' twf. rurtiaw .wr w mmi w-rnum. r. F Ti1,wt.Tn.lllrittil.llni1ir.-IIMiltrilorr '. ,BdwMHi.wliliilli (uliuwinb..un.Urli.o.w1i: lomii.c-ii.-m t the ....illiweal corner -I llllladal. c-.uniy.io the Plate of Ml. hian, and running from thence i.orlli, on ttm wcet Imo of raid county, to I n H'ith lino of Calhoun count y ; thr-nte rt, oil tlia i axial h liuo thereof, in the wnillwail. eorner ofi nud - t-ic.m'-. county ; tuence a 'Mil, on tb eaM Dmia f dery of aald conuty, ti the n d line of lmn coon-v- ty ; ihituaaat,on laid.'.oiiiti 1100,(0 the m,utui-'l voruer of Kt"n rounly ; lli'-ii. north, on tlii-wHt boundary of Katoo count', t I'"" "'1" "f 1 ,'n; l.m runty ; Ibmce wrl, on the wmli boiiiida-j or raid oouuly, to t'10 wwiliw..t 1 nrnar ll.er.ail ; tli-M.c. n..rlh, on t...

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 August 1863

i fcJfB''''a'' s O -v 1 ' ' o .-sj:--".: PUBLISHED BY AN ASS50CIATI0N OP PRINTERS. 0FF1CJ ON rRTNTEES' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND D15ADEP.ICK 8TREETS. NASHVTLLE. TENNESSEE. TUESDAY,' AUGUST 4 1863. ,VQL II. NO ! V WS r ' " TERMS OF KiinsnurTiox : Mi;i.r: conr.i ." rent. rl li UI'I K S3 CemsJ. RATES OFADVERTISIXG. 1'ayable In Advance. . ( LUES OS LISO TO CoasTlTVT A tqVASI.) Square, 1 day, f I 00 each addlt'nal Inserl'n, fo SO 1 week, J 00 each additional square, 1 60 " 1 " 4 M I month, 00 100 ( 4 60 too 9 00 10U TO ADVeRTISERt IN DETAIL rni BATIt WILL as rouxt : I Ifiierter Colnmn, 1 month .' W .. .1 t " M " a " - 80 00 Half Column 1 - J' ,, 4, 11 ,. 30 0O ' ii s M OU O". Column I J' sun a i , 4S 00 I h " to 00 I Advertisements Inserted In the Oolumo charged at ths rat of twenty cent per line for Die Brit Insertion for each edditlonal iusartlun tun eeuti i In tlie Local Column thirty cents per line for the Drat Iniertion, for every additional lusurtion flf teeu cent!. . marriage and F...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 4 August 1863

1 I 1 I ' , 3 Tmifti ''wrJn,'V,r' i . '. "ll.lK'I'.X. i:di"F- TUESDAY MOIISINO, AUGCST , 'C We were gratified to meet Governor Johnson, in the Lxr-eulive Chimber of the Capitol, yesterday, whence he has been detained for Bc-tuo daya past by a Tiolort biliooi attack. Although much weakened, he hai resumed the discharge of his official duties. It was his depire and pitrpuBO to bo ia Memphis Borne day o, but his severe indipotiif ion linn, mnr:h to his regret, delayed the viit. Valne of Mnvm In larf Innd , A recent sale of negroes near Lock viilo, Md., illustrates the comparative worthlesiness of slave property in that State. (Seven likely, yountr, full gronu negroes brought, ia all, one hun dred and twenty-six dollars, an averse of only eighteen dollars a-Lcad. We have conversed recently with sev eral largo slaveholders from Southern Kentucky. They say that tbo decliiw in the price of slaves is from thirty to fifty per cent, the average decline being nearer the latter figure. The pric...

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 August 1863

- :(1 gjtasIiriHe Pinion. The Hint) Sllfcboi" fair. V ha? on frrl occasion noticed tb LaTjr receipts at oniTt ofllce from tbs ilc of j.oMjRf fcfamjn, atil now rf cord anoll.er which (r rxn-rtll any prttlous one. On lst Stlunlty llie silo of tlimps amounted to f 2, 1M! Thin was ctrtainlj a aUr mIc, nd carries t II llio "bine ribbon. " Wbo will say thai tbe Kaahrillo x si CZUce i nol one of Uio bcmiifiil pillar in Uncle Ha iu'a temple? The Old Xlirnlrr. This es'ablisLuient will ope n on Mon day evening next, fur (lie fall ami winter ieason, wiih full company, when our ciliteni will Lve an opportunity, of judging of their preifig.iotial turri. By invitation of Mr. A. Flinn, one of the managers, we viiiittel tbe theatre y enter day, and icarcely rtcogcized it aa tbe theatre of former days. The Managers have made a heavy outlay in beautifying and ad- rtiirg the building, an i ro-ar-ranicg and making wore comfortable the aeata. Th-i ornatnenta are neat and unpretending, forming; a pleatin...

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 August 1863

pasitvillc Virion. n' (OFFICIAL. LAW3 OF THE UNITED STATES, Tawd al the' third Session f tlie Ihirty seventh Congress. , f ' . (l'or.UO-No. 51-1 aj ACT i. .!lvl Milt T W i'li'ln into I wo .In .lu 1 .1 .. I". '"' f"'1" lrJ.ohl.i.S tlo I'll Irn I in. ! f 'uvuit Court therein. l-t il fine'- I "" ."'' "" i"'1 " H'prrvnta- ira Y " i:H-:l Pta't nIAmtrirn U lioiore- a vl T!, . I tlie Mule ol Miclilfrtin I.. n-l thn faui; i! '"''l.y,il vi.l.-l mlo IwrtJuHli-nl imtrirtfi, In tho fol. lnwillK'nMIIM'T, namely ; Tin- rAiiKnn anu Hfsrr.UK mtiiiiti. The w.-l'-m ill-ilrii t Ml tnll einliraee nil Uie toinlnry Vid mi"" wllhln th lolMiwing botindarlea, 'u-w'1 : Coirtr,iciivii l ' oiitUv.esl corner of lllll'dnle enmity, la (hoi-Uio uf Ml.liitHti, rniil running from liuinn.1 ii.jrih, on Uie west Urn- of l I county, to t lie Hixith lino l Cultioua county ; tln'iico cut. on Hip south lino llicn.nr. ti tlie smilhcint corner t s.ml I, vt.inmicd county; llmicn north . on Hie et heiin ihu y of srtld county, ...

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. — 5 August 1863

7 - t ' v.. V ( I t ' - ' - ' I " At."' : V ''' 'ftSSAW; o i i 1 ' ITJBLISLTED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF FELNTEI.S. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, 'BETWEEN UNION AND DADEKICK STREETS VOL II. NASHVILLE, :TEKNESE. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST. 5, 1863. NO 99 Mat x-pju h i , ' i h Miis if iTi Xi ': lV ' ' II. , . , ,. , i ' H- - ' T' I trt I r terms of sicsdurnox : m.i.i: ropir . s ceai. i. u vi.i:k . . 2i rmii. KATES OFADVEPTISIXG. I'Afable In Advnmr. (i urns tm it. vo cnvrmcrc a Mini.) ' liiiru, I Uj, fl 00 u h a t. Ill iikI Inn. it'ii, t'i :i0 ' 1 wiwk, 8 00-,i li l liiioiil .iiiiarn, IW " 3 " 4 60 " " " 2 00 lninnUi,ui " S i -aiw " a " oo " " " w " s ii no " " " 6w TO ADVERTISER IN DETAIL THI IITH WILW t AM rOllnKf I i 1 i.rti'r Coliiuin, 1 njoijlh.,,,, fIS 0" tl 00 M mi i oo M 00 36 00 at o 4 00 CO 00 it 'it ll O liniia (Viinmn..! 1 " Ailvi'rtlKenimli Inaorti'J in th Bwlitl Oiliimu 4 . i -i .1.. IU fir llm I (tjuirllun i fur each aj,lillnal iDnnrllou tin iiM i In the Local Culiiiiin tlilrty'ceiil. pr...

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. — 5 August 1863

tcaggxaBa . k - V f . ior rreecm tti HtIonlity. .:. mil. rtCI.lt. I.do WEDESDA VOBSISO AUGUiT 6, 'C3 be H.tornll n of 0111 Anlliarlir in Tentir-a.eie...PHicr Jhnn letter 01 lion Heturu S. It ii roatUr of fnq'ient inquiry moBg H ilasses cf our cltUens, when civil goviumrnt v.ill If rfinsUted In Tennessee, and what are the policy and purposes e f the Federal Government and Its igm'n in this department, on this grave matUr. These are not questions of recent o-icin; they wuuld naturally present thtnuelvee t) all vtho feel a de sire for the perpetuation of popular goT- ernment la Tenneohee, and doub'leFS hsve been seriously pondered by every patriot since the day when the national dig was brought back, tiiumpUsntly to Nashville. We will ssy biidly in reppoiise to tbcBO inquiik-a, so natuial to peopl . who love lYetdoin and feel a repugnance to military restraint, that the purpose of the Administration is to see that pro visions of the Federal constitution are carried out with respect to ...

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. — 5 August 1863

Krnlnrltf The election nr wi thus far from Kt n tacky are most snsjiirlntts fur ffffdetn. The pple have d'sll in !l probability death blow to the Ooim rvativo Slave ocrary, and indignantly reb'Anl H.k faction! conseivstirp leadrrs. Kentucky Klreiloti. BrAmlitle It rnlainly circled by somo 20,000 tiifjuil. The Union can didate for Coni;res are probtbly ejec ted, ric?pt in tho First District, which i doubtful, la (ho Ashland Dislticf, Hrulus J. CI7, a LrotLrr of Ca'siu M. Clay, and straight-out Ui.lon man, brl liu.kuor and General I'.oylo out of sight. The latter it tanst ahamt fully dcfta'rd. At tho Lexington precinct, the Toto stood : Clay Wi; Dutkner 101 ; V.yjUlil At Tari9 tho vo'e stood: Clay "Of!; Unckner 22; Dojle 1 ! At Nicholasvillc, the vote flood: U.y 127; I'.uckncr 2,'Jd; Ihylo 131 Central Bojln imi to be pretty w!l li-n'eJ up. The gallant lien. .Smith in probably tinted over Menzies ia the Sixth lim ine!. At Covington tho vote stood: Smith 1,331; Menzks 55; Leathers 20. 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. — 5 August 1863

a i-jimm btatk lo.HJiin i;f.. Edit lennfsict.UoTkce Mtynkrd, Dr. Wm. O. Browtilnw, John A. Campbell. Middle 7-nw.vM. L.-JWen, Ir. Wm. P. JoneH, HjrrB fl. Harrison. irt 2rwr. J. B. Binchm, J Torucnj, Dr. J. Ltftrick. I nlnM !.' ' A'vw.i, That iu the future Ilia Union Leco meet twice e.ch week, Monday evening t he de-o(cd exclusively to the iniljAtf 'B f mrnib-m,nd inatUr. ronnecifd diVfctly "ibfre with; And Thursday evening, to be business inert ins eM l'i'ivily: ndtht Uiobo desiring to become members of this order my know Ui ihoy.ran bo inilUUd, tha N'ashviJIc capers, joysl 'Jo (he Union.be rcftie8tcd ib publish this resolution. The I'nios nd l'ress bring surh. l'ssed iiiiiniuioiialy, July 27th, 1BCJ. M. T. Ci.Ar.it, lYejidi-nt i iv lloanU tl Trmlc Undi rtlto liislnicli'ons of Hie Tress m y 1 tiArluient, sad with the advice and consent of Cien. JIusmt.ans, I'oardt (if TraJe 'have been rstsbliuhcd as follows, ud will go into operation, as Hoiiii aa the oomhtWions of the gentle lui'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. — 6 August 1863

1T ; CI J J P 111 111 IHillt 13 tlx, i n a n a k V,; PTJBLT8IIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF rRINTERS. OFFICE ON HUNTERS' AIXKY, IiKTWEEN UNION AND DEADS RICK ST KEF. TP NASHVILLE. TEESSFIF. THURSDAY, AUGUST 6 1863. VOL II. Mo 100 TEIOIS OF M RSCKIPTIOX t kiVgi.k vuvir.t ft 'ewt. I'KH WEEK ti On'- KATES CkTdVEKTISIXG. I'ayable In Advance. tu crrrj el taes to eoweitTt-TS a enema.) . Atiarn, 1 diy, 1 00 each artdit'nal luiarVD.fM AO " " ltwt, I 00 rath additional eqiinre, 1 w 2 4 v ' I month , t t M 0o 3 1(0 1W V) W lilM TO ADVERTISERS IN DETAIL THl IATU W11". Ill At roLLnw : OuarW Colnma, 1 month, - ' ' S ....... K M " S " . .-...- ... .. 30 " ilHif Colama I " m - - n " 2 .,.,. w w RA OU On Ca nmn 1 " ........... ii ii " - , Ri Cfl ........ f) . " " . - w HO a,f Ailvertlementa niffrtMl in the Speefal Colnui r.i.yl at the) '' "t twenty cent" p.r !! for tbe lii.l Inanition; for each 1I t l-'tl Insertion ton n-nta ; la tue Column thlrte cents per line for llietlrsl Insertion, for every additio...

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. — 6 August 1863

taav ( 1 r.r irecrtom ai 7t6UioD.Lity. f. ill h.IK, r.dttor. TillK-l'AY MOKMMJ. Al'(ilT C. VI Uurrrtli i vrfircauI Kenacdy. Antc'.iy reigni in Tonnewco, ficrpt in ttioso lochtiea where, (lie relief, flaj: ii planted. Tbe reot Southrm flights' Briny h. ronoW. d itsilf in a Urge wca are into bands of roving pillager, who. i might ntnrll le expected, commit every tprcioiof ciimo, puch as pergonal violence to quiot citizens, womea and children, a)Q, murder, rapo, and wan ton tierruction rf property. The Con fcJt Tile guerrilla Laa Js are lefli den and tnoro ii oi sti rs than the brigands of tin Mix;cq Mountain?. They infest remote neighborhoods and unprotected country town", and carry on a system cf unre strained theft and robbery. TLey Steal negroes, borne, private clothing, watchef and such valuables a they can find sale for in the S uthirn market. This plan, dering ia dune to both friend and fur; they pav no respect to persons. Th evil hns become insuflVr.bli. Tht Slit is filled with...

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. — 6 August 1863

ftftbvlllf - 'union. a Thakkhctvimu. The rrp'idoiit fcas recommended t't the people of Die Unit.-J St t- to oWtve this dsj ss a dy of thanksgiving am. rj -r lh Host enly Father, f .r lli sucrrs sen m ilh which he hit crow fir (J our rm, sod It hi future interposition in our In half. It it meet that all, without rospoct to persons, hould r omjil with the recommecUtion. Let the Voice of thankiji Ting and prsjtr bo universal. No people ererowed more to the Almighty, and none ihould mere rc-adil and willingly acknowledge their indebtedness. The pssspnger train on the Murfrees boro' railroad did not arrive at tbo venal hour last night. It wss currently re ported that rebel gnesrillas had torn up the track and done other mischief, thns detaining tho train. Thin, however, proved to bo untrue. The dotcntion wai cauaed by a collision of two Irtight trains, by which several soldiers were killed and wounded. Tho reader's attention is invited to the advertisement of Messrs. McFbi:ran & MrNi...

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. — 6 August 1863

tTMO UTATF, rOifl.niTTEH. EaM. Jenncs. Horace Mynard, Ii Wm. O. Brownlow, JoLn A.. CawpboJ. Middle lamctM.lA. M , Biiea, l Win r. .lotion, Uursc IL Harrison. JPi r-nrvy w I D Eiii.'hm, M Tomenj, Pr. J. Ifftrlck. , - "" Dln .; Le.r,e twice rach Monj.- the leitllioo f number, and mttn connected directly therewith; nr Thurs'lsj erenings to be business meet injrsfXe'at.rtlr; sndthAt those desirim to irxranv tn tnbri of Id's order tna. knorhon they cm ' b Initiated, th. Nbilli paper, nyl to the Union, b ri qiesU'd to publish this reflation. Tbi TJflott nd Pr being snob. rMO tintniwotialy, Jole 27th. 1361 M. P. Clar, President. adv:rtised letters. All I' Hern advartl.ted f tr ea.-e; urm oral. V rio eailtn; '"r ' P " vn-na-f J with iba a-coa'ao clmnaro. Parann. ralllne; fr tho leti-r will th-y are advent d wtaaber'hjarintia.ciiieu or nil Icra' lint, and five number and ui o' liel. All letter nol ukan out In o'J1 m nth will b wn to lh (i.iri lot Olftoe 4-"! li'tw-M. PeaaW Vi Amanda B ec-i 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. — 7 August 1863

..a.--., .,, vW" it MUST 7 y 7JC0U&A T o til 1i u in i ru u una Tl "- m J M M II I V J I U I MSJ TH I " I M in lily ii 7 pUBLlflUED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICII ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. ' " "yO, tT ' NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 18C3. NO 101 r t n , TERMS OF SlBSt RIPTIOX ! IMGLI? oopiki 6 nt. IT.K U I.CK 85 C'eiiie. RATES OF"ADVERTISIXG. I'ayable- in Advance. (TIN 111 OA LRU TO OOWTITCTI A Sqr!l.) 1 Square, 1 rift, (1 00 each addlt'nal luaert'n, t " 1 week, SCO krh additional .quAr ii M " " 1 M) HO 11 HO 4 iyi ( 1 month, eon 9 00 HOO TO ADVERTI8CR9 IN DETAIL TBI 11TH WILL II II roLLOWt Q mrtor Colnmn, 1 mnntb J .,...M. i HnlfCotorai 1 " MM 8 " H II S " Oi Column 1 " u 2 i s " ............... $18 00 , SB no , SO 00 , o on , SO (i() , So 00 , SS 00 , 4A UO , 60 00 -Advortb-ementa Innerted tn th Special Colnmn charged it tb. rat. of twenty cent per '.In for tin Unit lnrtlon i for each additional Intertion ton tent ; In th Local ...

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 August 1863

,1 for FreaSem R'alionfllity. Correction. W gT credit, (!V dy go, for ft club ol eveniy-four iubscribds, lo Hrgent J. M. Honae of the 110th Min neiott Volunteer. It should he bcon Illinois. But we won't object to receiv ing seventy-four pounder from Minne j ot. ' Wlio'i got the ammunitnm T r Anvplclons In1lcilloi f tint Ken .. i . ,,lr KIcilon. .! Tbt tllnt loldier tnd bold Union ist, Gen. Smith, has beaten LtLer, . Vickliflo, and lion. John Menzict, "Con- ifrTtiye" Unionist, in the Sixth Con- greision.l Dlitriot of Kontucky by , ?ery Urge majority, not lea than 8,000, t . and probably 5,000. Thil Is (he most . ; signal indication of the irresistible . march of progressive and liberal politics : i ill the Houth, which we hare ret soon ; ., outside of Missouri. General Smith had to contend against one of the ablest and most popular members of the Kentucky delegation in the last Congress, Mr Mensies, who was ardently supported by the Louisville Journal and the whole clique of conserva...

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 August 1863

r ! I CiiAfic bun ttinpcl wUU pread . ty s t military priton. There uoTisands of priaona who bve taken P mo imprrMion ini u in "nurrawiB plic," nd that ajitijoni r confined there is greatly to be pitied. Thej know .1 . . j i. til :!.! nothing real! about the place. A riiit toil will dispel all onTarorable impren iIodi. ' The camp ia about four miles from Co hiiiihus, on beautiful plain, covert a vast area of ground, and has tbo appear nce of a pretty little town. A portion f it Is set pi t for paroled Federal pris oners who there await exchange; in the mean timo keeping up drill and disci pline. Neat plank cabins, well-rentilated, and nicely whitewashed, supply the place of tentn. The portions allotted to rebel prisoners ate enclosed with tall plank fennel, near the top of whiob are plat foi'is for the sen tries. Within these en- l '',-res are cabins similar to those, out niiii The prisoner 1a supplied with the regular army ration, which is ample for bis subsistence, and of excellen...

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 August 1863

t NTATK ;OJTI,"lI I'TIIE. TTvwt SmrwM-TIor.c Maynard, Dr. Yf.O, Ilrwiilow, John A. Campbell, f JMMU 2wiw"av--M. M. Knen, Lr. Win. F. Jonen, Uorac. II. Harriaoo. ' FT 2mfw. J- B Bin.ham, J. M. Tomeny, IV. J. Leftrick. 1 " , . Union l.egn J?w7mf, That in the fntora th Union Leaerje meet twice each werk, Monday teningt to be devoted exclusively to tb initiation of member, and matter connected directly therewith;' nd Thnriday eveningt to be burnous meet ing! exclusively; radthat those deirtnr to become member! of thin ordor may 'know when they Cn be initialed, the ? lSaahtllU papers, loyal to the Union, be requeued to publish this resolution. The UnioH and Press bring such. Passed unanimously, July 27th, 1303. Kit ;'.'. . M. F. Clark, Fresident. jjjjC 1 .. XA TJisJ Effect of onflCBtln. The lion. John C. Underwood, Fifth Auditor, in charge of tli Hnreau for con fiscating and felling Bclel property to pay the eipeusea of the present insurrec- Mori, thus states, in a recent speech, the ' 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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