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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 30 July 1862

) I'CCLISnKD BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PIUNTF.IIS.-OFFICE ON HUNTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. NASHVILLE,. TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1802. VOL I. NO. 04 r i. galnteon County girtttorc. CITY GOVERNMENT, Ml-i HIUH HMITII, May. WIIJ.UM SHANE, Jfecorder. . Jons t-ui'Muixr, jrit ; , iMputy UanluiltW II. Wilklmon, 4. C. Tucker, nil James A. He-le. t'lerla elfii Afutiaf Ji hn Cl.umM7,i-4'.nrtj Jo U Ryan, second i find John Reddlrk, llnrd. Tax Atr-or William Drlvor. cYIIcr A. U. 8hai.kU.nJ. Boler 7'o 0)Ir K. H. Oerrclt. 7n.iturr-R. Henry. H'Aur Montr Th',H.a lerike. riup-iaW-el o RVrtnauwJ. Q Dodd. ,h,pi.(Wl rVafer If Jne Wyatl e.e ". Dfoiri,n-;otn M. Koabury. flexion (A CVHCerg-T. 11. UuIU iJe. Wr" Or te.T J . Io Hul. tiy jllli.rng Juhn AlcPhlil Smith. fclTY COUNCIL. ilonr.1 if alluVwiew-Yt. M. Brlen, I'r'ident ; J. E Newiuan.U. A. J May Hold, H.O. bcorol, Win. 8 Cboiil harn , J C Smith, M. 1. L. laiboiao, end J:- Hobu. tWien Co.mc.-1-W. P. Jonn, Preildenl i William Robo...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 30 July 1862

SashuiUc Stutoiu For Freedom and Nationality n. c. inFiH K". r.ditor. WEDNIviDAY MOKNING, JULY 30, 1805. The nornl Apr ot the lr for . ll I'nlon. Ye are bo much in (he habit of looking at the political apects of the present war, thai we often forget that moral in terests of the grandrdt-cliaracter ar alto involved in the fate of the Union. There is something ,of far more importance than commerce, navigation, manufactures, banks, or slavery, wrapped up in the for tunes of onr country; if is the moral welfare of present and future million of human beings. Patriotism is not only a political, but a religions duty ; no man can be a chrintian and not bo a patriot. A patriot hrrt his Country, and sotks her welfare with more than the ardor and more than the fidelity that a love offers to his niistiens. . To disturb the peace, or check the )HroKresx, tr throw a rhailow over the haonlnens of the land if his birth, which fi-cds and protects him, is in the eycH of euc,b a man tb'i blackest in g...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 30 July 1862

52ST WEDNFSftAT VOkNiNO JlXf 30. l.f!2 An ancient traitor in a&id lo liive sworn hid binrl by making tlim taM of a bowl of blood. Tlio traitors of the Southern Confederacy liave prenm-d a bowl of blood to IIjc lipH of nearly every wenping household of the South. Ily K'ral renuettt thn play of "Tho Miner's Daughter" will be rrpeatad lo li ght mid we anlioipntn a full boune; no play the management have prod need, has been rcceifed with mora favor than this one, and one, no tuoro justly entitled to it. Mr. D. v ill aing the new amif , ''Ti the call of my country,' and ilaMiT Richard give a danre tlie iinalu will bo th farce of The Iieaij Shot. The new grand reservoir in Central I'ark, New York, will have water let into It in tho course of roek. Its capacity is estimated at a' billion of gallons probably tho larircHl in the world. Tho entire cost of the ltettervoir, excluding the land, which comprises an area of 100 acres, was $1,000,000. (iKitol.AMo C aihrai.pi, a neplirw of the li...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 30 July 1862

1 i gtashrillc Pinion . C. PIKHCtli, Ildllor. T Correspondent, Our corrrcpoiHlenta most allow ti lo take oar own time for roding their com munications. We havo no time to bo read to. It i literally impogBible. I'l.a.e Sotlef, Wo Lave no time to transcribe com munications. We sometimes receive communications with a scrap of confi dential information written on tho back of the manuscript. Of course if we use the manuscript we hrtre to re-write it, and this imposes entirely too much labor on us. We have no time for such work. I'oatofTlcr lie-opened In TanMir . Nashville, Davidson county. Mur frcenboro', Rutherford county. Jordan's Valley (Christiana), Ruther ford county. Fosterville, Rutherford county. Gallatin, Sumner county. Clarksville, Montgomery county. Springfield, Robertson county. Franklin, Williamson county. Columbia, Maury county. Shelbyvillc, Bedford county. Lebanon, Wilson county. Walerstown, Wilson county. Hmillivillo, IVKalb county. Liberty, UeKalb " Alexandria, lUCalb " ...

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. — 31 July 1862

.5iV2w:i.'.l..iAw v, IT MtTSTJg " T ? - 4 i. '. PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF rUOTERS.-OFITClS ON miNTEHS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEAPEKICK STREETS. VOL I.- NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1602. ,'.' NO. 05 f i -. i : : " f - I I ir m i' -II I )'! CITY ObVERrlMlNT.''''1 jcnm Injun 'smith; aYayeV. k WILLIAM HHANK, leeurifer. ' joitir nt-itu:r; " ' VrfWt ilrtk,4-V. II. WtMdirvni Aj V. -'Vimker, ud'Jau.ni K. HwlJ. '' i'" 1 in Jl I Merit elAe Afiirlei John ')jtiuilitoy, -l.v, Ort;. Jul U Ryan,i"und i atid'john Kodifirk, third. " To A.ir Wilhiu Prlver. " l.'.y.'.1 Uwmm CnlliKtorK- U. Klmuklaud. WiiMr Tn Cvllctr K. B tiarrelt Trmmrtr R. Fiafy, " IConr Maitrr Tliomn Ivaki!. qwfcrfl ' trilr.-J. Q. "ii. Hvfm mltmUnl of Uii Wttrr rVerAa JaBn-a Wyiill. , V ' Weenrfmene JidiU M. flealiury. tiatim of (he ieery T. II . Mi-Undo, i Nrwl lMif-J, L. . i ,. . . Viig llfnraej, Jnlm Mrl'luill Hiullll. . CITY COUNCIL, Uoanl o itMwwmi "M. M. Hrlea, PreenVnl ; J. . New man. d. A. J. Vjrlh.Ul, H...

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. — 31 July 1862

ilasltviUc 3rtnt0iu For Freedom an nationality. n. V. fflEICCKIC, 1 .lllor. THUSMUY HORNING JULY 31, 1HC2. Southern Kriittu-ky. It i tho fixed imrpoBu of the leading rebels f Kentucky, to scourge thii great tubacco growing region with all tho evils of gncrrllla warfare, if possible. ' The cliicfa and tlioir undorstrappera are now busily employed in raising recruits, se lecting Suitable (ilopj)ins places, and pro curing spies and informers preparatory to a series of incursions .through. th I'irat, Second, and Third Congressional Iiistricts, which embrare, ' some of the most beautiful 'and fertile parts (t (his State. , The Cunfederale lenders are anx ious to havo control of tho Cumberland river from' a point rcjni-distant from Clarksvillo aii'l this city, down nearly to its mouth, so as to render its navigation hazardous. Tho guerrilla leaders know that a vast sum of money has been re reived bv the tobacco growers ' throuiilt tho region referred to recently, and hope to replenish the...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 31 July 1862

TIIUUPDAV MOHSINli, JL'LY Mi Tho following rcnlitin wan tmaiii nioiml adopttil at llie gn at ;late Union Convention L.ld in this ity May l'2, lo; Hrsolved, That p recognize in tlio Nahiitii.I.b Union an able i xkhh til of (lie prinrijilca uf llio Imton ini'O f Trn iiosscp, and. we rain'Mly ri-nmimi-nd it a wjl dewrvinj; of I lie patronise of Union men every w Ui:t". ' Colonel ncl.rnn'1 Ilegliitrnt. Lad a conversation . vvilh Colonel Md.EAtf, J:it cTcnjnj, who lias jnt re turned from K.ast Tennrauep, whew lie lias buii arming nnd ctiiiitig homo throe liuiidrvil men ln.loiininK to hit regiment. He represents a strong Union aentiment as cxiHliiig auiouj tlm nl TVlincsseans, but on account of llircatN emanating from tlio rcliels,- lliey Keen if in a Ureal iiu a- sure Hiiniirepsed. TLo JSteoinl ia rapi'lly lillinj; nji, tliroiili llie untiring exertions of Colonel McLean, who certainly deserves great credit Cor llieuUe manner in which he is conducting it organization. The regi ment would...

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. — 31 July 1862

1 1 . a wmmmmTnWBm0xt'mmaBKX n. c. mr.nt i;r, r.di.or. T Correspondent. Our conrpoinleti1 ijiiuit altovf ia to take our own limq foe reading ILc.ir ijom munIction" We liare tio time lo bo rd to. It is literally impossible. ';;:v T', n ,.:."',) :t .... tMaftav NOtlrfi. ( Vo have no time tr transcribe com municalionB. We sometimes rectlve communications wth a oap of confi dential information written on tbo bivolt of the manuscript. Of course if we use the manuscript wo have to re-writo it, and this imposes entirely too much labor on us. ) 'Vje hate ue Jhjfc- for uflh work, I'oitofncra Ileopencd In Truursaer. Nashville, Davidson county. Murfrecsboro', Rutherford county. JordanJiYallejr (Cbristipa Kuther- for'd county. FoMerville, Ilulherford county. Gallatin, Sumner county ... Clarkavillc, Montgomery county. Ppringfleld Itobertsim county. Fraiilliti, Williamson couaty, Columbia, Maury county. Slielbyville, Bedford county. Lebanon, Wilson .connty: '' r( J Wafcrstown, Wilson county. Smit...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 1 August 1862

,'1T MOST IS l'Ur.LISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF HUNTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND PE APE RICK STREETS. VOL I: NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, , FRIDAY AUGUST 1, 18G2. NO. 96 1 ill. ' ITTTT a. TJk -T Wolf flit J j i V Ji Sattbson (Countn gircttorii. CITY OOVIRNMENTi JOHN IH OII SMITH, MaVr. WILLIAM Ml .1MB, lle.4r.Vr. ' JnllN CIlLMTlLKY, M,ir,Lil. D-puiv ITankib W. II. Wllklnfon, A. C Turkic, ml Jancl A. tMeelej. C'lerli oM Mark;! John I'huiiibley.e.r.ofllcii,, first; Jm 1. Ryan.iecnnd ; nnd Jolin P.edtllrk, third. T.i Jamur William Driver. (.win. (olovtor A. II. WiiUiklaii'l- N'vMr Tt C'llKiir It. H. rrll. ' yyjtjrr H. In urjr. H lar Nutr Tinman Leake. iiprri4iiaVnf qf Iat H'rjrUvUJ' J 0, t "Id. AiijMrMriln tKe II ui.T IFm 1 .lalltCB Wyatl 7.ie o Hi fa ivarbiKinf John M. Seabury. SrxUm of llm rVMWer T. It. Mi Bf i'l!. Sri-.t IHmrrr1. L. Stewart. t'itf Atlarnry Juliu M I'l.all Hlnlth. CITY COUNCIL. KnaW AUtrmmH. M. Brien, PrMidunl ; J- K. Nnwraan.O. A. J. Ma' livid, U.l. Sniv...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 1 August 1862

f nshvillc Sttnioiu For Freedom and Nationality . iueiufii. Editor. FRIDAY MOUSING, AUGUST 1, 1SK2. II (Am If la (Its Tnnipe Hrcrulla 'lax upon Wealthy ScrlonlM for the Support of tltrlr Kamllira. K very mail brings us glowing amounts of tlio patriotic and liberal profiaions madefy Citim, towns, counties ond dis tricts, in tbe way of bounties for Federal recruits, and funds for the pujiport of their families. Everywhere; the hearts and parses of loyal people have been opened to . our noble soldiers, who have enliBtid to defend tbe country with their lives, and money has been frudy piven to hofo who am willing to fcive their lives up for us. Contribution a.'ter con tribution is reported by tbe telegraph Until tlio whole land seems ablnxe with tho lire of loyalty. City Councils, Mer cantile Associations, and Boards of Coin- niurcfi have made munilirenl donations of money to the families of thosn who have declared their readiness, if need be, to make a donation of blood. It ha done us ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 1 August 1862

dnrtUi Ai , FRIDAY MORNING; AUGUST 1, Ht2. Tlie following resolution was unani mouslj adopted at the great Stale Union Convention In Id in this city May 12, J!eJml, Tliul we rerogni.o in the NAiiTfi.r.fi'L'sm an a1te exponent oT llio principle nf (ln Union Wen of Ten nessee, and we earnestly recommend it as well deserving of the patronage of Union men everywhere: 1 ; . Several advertisements were unavoid ably crowded out thia morning. They shall appear in onr next inue. f.on. Mitchell. The aernserof this officer, CuL Norton him shown himself to ho a malicious ca lumniator, having lied ingloriotisly in stead of maintaining his threatened aoeusatioiiH. The eanse of this malicious persecution Seems to have been that (Jen. Mitciiem. did not humor the rich rebels who wera the pets of Ms defumers. tlnr I'arnoni, Those meek and holy bloodsueke rs. rarsonal'oim, IUi.Iiwin, Ui.ijott, Hawhik, Wharton and Skhos, have all bei'ii placed in the I'enitentiary, at JeM'erson ville, Indiana, and will...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 1 August 1862

X, r To C orrepoiiIeii. Our corrfHjiondonfs miiRt allow us to tik otir own lime for reading tlioir com munications. We have no time to be read to. It Is literally imperii Mr. 1'lca.o Notlrc. Vie Lave lo time to transcrilit! com munications. We soinetimrs recivo comniunlca(i(ms with a crap' of ' cmfi derilial information written on the back of the manuscript. Of course if we use the manuscript wo nave to rc-wri(e it. and this imposes rntirclj too mnch labor on ui. We Lave no time for such work Notice to "liib-,l nkrr. The Editor will bo greatly obliged to persons making up clubs for the Union if they will remit to the publishers and not to himself. Communications and Bub- stiriptions arc sometimes mixed up wi private information in such a manner as to cntise needless delay and trouble to all parties. ITFiiiurAiiTnns U. H. Forcks, J Nasiiviu.k, July 102., S.C till Orill'rN, !Vo. 8. III. All soldiers, except Orderlies, Mcsnerigers, and Soldiers on duty in tho City, hereafter found in 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. — 2 August 1862

i 1 , f! i jRji'iujuiju.imiiiwtijiaj,rsjiiLLJuw an amwmiaL. iaHBjaui imjujjui JELiHLwgf biiwijuwum jw 4 "L i PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND I) E A I) E KICK STREETS. VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1802. NO. 07 4 Af Si. Wf. , W l-AX, W Ja. K iff i - -'--i.- - ?. "' P (' J Jubius'oit (ftmntn girtdorn. CITY GOVERNMENT. JOHN Ilt'UH FMITH, Mayor. WILLIAM MIANK, ireorrfer. JiillM lill'.rllll.f.Y, .Vjr..jl. Vj.ur,- Af,.r.fc.il W. II. Witklumn, A. C. Tucker, an. I .lane A. "leele. Clrrln a llit Mrrt't John lliiiinbleV , ez-rft. i"u, first; J,n Ittan, Second ; and John Redda, third. Tm Armr William Prlver. llnnH I'ollartor A. U. Huaukland. llu.r 7'ur Collector t. B. Uarrirtt. 7Vilir It. iKnry. IIW .tf.ial.s- Thirties l-ttke. fc'Kj.e. oien.iisil of tin Warklvmnri O, ' inlmAriU tfe irr Worte James Wratl ! . rts Firs Jprtrt.eiir John M. R-elmiy. h,,t.m rftht Ceiaeery-T. II. Mi Bride. 1 Wrert dierseer J. L. Hewarl. ' Ciy Ai...

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 1862

For Freedom anl Natidnality. n. :. mkim i:iiitir. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1S02 Down Willi the toot! Months and months ngo lifts il liem a twelve monlhV the Fresiilcnt told liis country men that lip intrtirlrd as the l!x- eeutive of tlio RcpuMic "to yut his foot rfmni firmly." It was not to be the deli rate pat of the dancer's foot as lie glides along with cthcrial and noiseless motion bat rather the solid and pondrous stroke of the elephant's foot, which, would make the very ground tremble under its weight. Months have glided by the rr bellion still rages the deadly smell o battle is in the air, and blood and gun powder taint every breeze and thous ands of true hearts have become Htrango ly still and cold on the field of earmige Never, oh tievrr more shall wo look upon -ilic far.es of Baker and Lyon and Win throp, whose eyes darkened with the (ilm of death while they fought for the glori oiih old flap:. They offered up their lives to save the lives and li. erties of others many ...

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 1862

8ATi;ill).Y MOKNI.(i. AL'fJ U.ST 2. lu;2. Tin? following , ri-auliitiou w as unaitt inotixly adopted al the j;real ttlato Union Convention held in thiit citjr May 1 'J, 1802: Jlrmihvil, That we rowignize ia t!i Xahiivm.lb Union nn able rxKiirnt of tlio jirinciplf n of tlir Union men of Ten-ik-shcp, and wo taiiifntly recommend it an well drtu-rving of thn patronage of Union mrn cvrry where: A IruliuDi N'Agnvit.r.K (JrAUDs meet to-day at 1 o'clock for parade and target prnclice. I!y order of the Captain. Auf. 2.-1 1. T. Enheiii..:!, 0. H. ' ' I.ki.kiihi'h Noth r Thero will be IMvine service liy tho Chaplain of tho Js'Dshvillo Union Guard, in llio Hall of the Court IIouhc, Sunday morning, Au riihI third, at half-past ten o'clock. Citizens find soldiers generally are in vited to aHcnd. Miirlcciilh Illinois. llKAIigfAliTFKrt l'Ji'll Il.l.lVolf, ) lit nt villi:, Ala., .Inly, 1S02.J (!i:ni.iiai, (iin.r.ii No, 'id. All Coniininsioned and Koii-Conmiis-Bioncd (Jillccrs, MnsidanH and Privates,...

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 1862

"V 1 1 i V ft i) 1 Sflasluitlc Pinion. K. C. PIiait r.K, Idltor. T lorrnpondfiitt. Our corrcRiion.iVritii must allow u to lake our own time for reading (heir com munication. We have no time to bo read to. It is literally iiupoHsible. I'lenae Notice. We lAve no time to transcribe com munication. We aomotinioi receive communications ith scrap of confi dential information written on the back of the mannscript. Of course if we uo the manuscript we hae to re-write it, and this imposes entirely too much labor on us. We have no timo for such work. Notice to )ub.l altera. Tho Editor will be greatly obliged to prrsons making up clubs for the Umon if they will remit to tho publishers and not to himself. Communications and Hub scrijityjns are sometimes mixed up with private information in such a manner as to caiiHO needless delay and trouble to all parties. HEATgi:AHTr.KS U. 8. Force, ) Nashville, July 2U, 1G2.$ siprrlal Ordcra, !Vo. 58. III. All soldiers, except Orderlies, Messengers, and Sol...

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. — 3 August 1862

si . IT MTJ8T 5 b bu: j lllOUsf) ! Cow:'" i o PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF rBINTERS. OFFICE OX Hi INTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEKICK STREETS. in hcf .1 Ui VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY AUGUST 3, 1862. NO 8 lb . Iff (iff w im ii ri r w ii ipa I an i in , mm i mm m i mm Pi ca of cl a IgOl, 1 3 I t f I 1 J gabtijson dTcunln grrcdorjr. CITY GOVERNMENT. JOIIS IIL'lill SMITH, Mayor. WILLIAM FIIANK, LtcarJer. JOlIM CIH'MBLKV, Mortal. Kar.ilt W H. WltkluBf.B, A. '. Tucker, and Jara'-a A rle'le. (Irrit if the .V.n-ief Ji hu C'hurnbley,x-o0i-k,(lrst; Jus 1.. Ryan, foud ; anJ Ji-lm Reddles:, Ihird f,ix, Aueunr William llrlvcr, mu lullrdnrA. II. MisuklsuJ. HMfer T.ir O.lirch.r It. M (iurroll. 7Yiurer K Ihnry. ICAur Hunter Tliuuas I.cakc. isjierinfenrfrti o Un 11 orU-.tiae J J D'M. ,Vuj.Tiii.l II"'"' MVirln James Wyalt (Vik " rjirf.wwf Icibn M. Heabury. .Nrsoa olful Omrrroy-T. II M' Ilrid Street therteerl. t. Cti w art. t'.hj Attorney John Mi rhull Bmltli. CITY COUNCIL. IluorJ 0 ...

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 August 1862

BBBSfcjjuMieiiig For Freedom and Nationality. S. C. flir.KCKK, Kdllor. SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 18C2. The Radicalism of Conservatism Ono class of men call the present civil war rebellion; another class call it revolution. Correctlj speaking it is both it is a revolutim within a rebellion. Th priority was with the rebellion; it was began by the disloyal, hot the loyal are compelled to convert it into a revolution Traitors commenced tho civil war and patriots will end it. It is oar duty to consult for the safety of the Common wealth. Tho highest duty which ftll branches of the government, and all loy al people are called on todo a du'y far higher than any mere formula, or letter of the Constitution, because it involves the correction of an evil which, successful, involves the fall of the Constitution, and of the nation, nnr which tho Constitution could not an ticiputo is to see that tho Ilcpub licsuflVr no detriment. At a time when tho lifo of tho nation is menaced by a combination o...

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 August 1862

SUNDAY MORNIXCI, AUOUST 3, 1802 TliP following resolution wit unini- iuouhIj adopted if tlm great Stile Uiiion Convention held in this ciljr ill j 12, 180-: """VVjoiW, Tint we rnroguiK in tlie amu.y. Um"S nn able riifniiciit of tlie )rinriiips oi i tic union men oi ien ntBocf, and we fnrnfutly recommend it i well dcHerviiiK of tho jiutroniigc of Union men everywhere: The Lichmoiid Piyalth lays.thil Gen. I'oi K should be liung tt the first tree, when might. i 1 Ion. Kukuson ETHt'.niMF. delivered one of It is most eloquent niid powerful Hjieech es in Trenton, Tenn., on tin UOlIi ult., to a vl concourse of citizens and goldieri. An AlHhnmn lltiminr. An Alabama Union woman gome riajt 1aj;c mounted her horary ntid tcoiired the gorge nnd defiltt of the mountaini alone, for sixty miles, and brought hack to the "-"Hinp of Col. .SiiiAloliT, .jlst Indiana Volunteers, twenly-fiot g"d Mont recruits for the Union nrtiiy. Ood bless her a thousand times ! The Union feeling in Northern Ala bama is ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 3 August 1862

.,1 1 3l t I CO R. C. IHEHCEB, Editor. T torrnpondenn, Our correspondents mugt allow u to Uk our own time for reading their com munication!. We bate no time to t read to. It it literally imposiille. Pltan Notice. We bate do time to transcribe com munications. We sometimes receive communications with a scrap of txmt dential information written on the back of the manuscript. Of course if wt ue Dm manuscript we have to re-write it, and this imposes entirely too much labor - . . . j 1 . 1 . on us. We nave no lime lor sucn worn. Notice to Clab-nakrr. The Editor will be greatly obliged to utrsons makinsr up clubs for the Lsioh they will remit to the publishers and not to himself. Communications anu bud scriptions are sometimes mixed up with private information in audi a manner as to cause needless delay and trouble to all parties. IlF.AKQCAnTEIl! U. S. I'oRCF.S, J Nashville, July 20, 1H02.J Mpi cliil Order, Wo, .18. III. All soldier, except Orderlie" Messengers, and Soldiers on duty in th...

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