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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 27 May 1862

f I TTT A ' MASMYI1L TT71 04 VOL. I. NASHVILLE,- TENN.. TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1862 NO. 41 !4 .1 j 1 B. B. coinroR & BKO., COItlNISSIOil F1IIICIIANT!, NO. I COLLEGE BTRKKT. ... - vJb f oclc Jnt received and for nale low to eloi oat ConlninenU, S200 Bhta. 8tt, for tale by p 8 CONNOR h BRO. 1D0 boxen BALT, fr lo by p8 . CONNOR ft BRO. Colls ROVE, for sate by P 8 CONNOR & BRO. f r bbi' 0I,' ,ot al" by p 8 CONNOR BRO. utfbbta. Co.. OIL, for nl. bjr k mQ 130 dozen l!HOOMH,fr silo by i) 8 CONNOR 4 BP.O. 22 hoxV" SOAF, for by p 8 "ITT CONNOR A BRO. boxea STARCH , for .ale by p 8 CONNOR & BUO. "1 chost chelaTKA,foraleby CONNOR BRO aps ? half cbts TEA, for .tie by BR() 'ad lea TF.A, for aaW. by ap 8 CONNOR & BRO. 1 10'S VrOWDIUtS,forealebyRABRo 20 casks SODA, for aale by ap8 CONNOR 4 BUO. llOO e;'r8MATCIIta' CONNOR 4 BRO. ! 25 ht 8Ur CANDLE3,foraalebyNoRABRa -25 CKFEE' CONNOR 4 CO. 14 bbK TINEUA8, f-r sale by mQ ftp 10 kiR7,XU,0N' ' OONN0B BRO- 24 klts MACK.KRKL.for rale by CONNOR ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 27 May 1862

ft For Freedom andr.Kationality. ft. c;. nir.icci.u, i:ntir. UUIJAY. MOIiNIfJ, MAY 27, l-;2. " " '"( owdfd Out.' tfcvcrat valuable corrinaiinioatioii arc unavoidably laid ovtr until to-irrow. Th?ro arc tho niot powerful reasons why wo cWil.l icmvni to the mass, s and povcre to llicjcftdi-rfl of tlic rebellion. Not on o man in a thousand tver thinks of taking armed resistance o bis gov crnmtnt. All the great majority of rco 1,1c a.-k of government' ia. to let them alone to follow their avo.ations pCKta tly. The i.oor and those in very mode rate circumstances constitute the great body of all nations, and care little about politics, and with occasional individual exceptions plan no ambitious schemes. Their thoughts are busily employed on their" farms, their stores, their shops and their little traffic. Such a people are in fact the bone and sinew of a nation, and her strong aim of defence in time of clanger. Conceited aristocrats like Sen ator Hammond sneer at these humble and useful m...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 27 May 1862

S i i I TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 27, 1BG2. r " .AVMrnln Notice. " Wyc call tlio attention of vendors of fpirittiom lienors to tlio warning of J.iayor SmiCi. . lie in forms us tliat-Lo is fully 1 tct iniued to enforce the law to the Jc'tcr. . The IMjTerrncv. - ' o patriots in Conross have for their r-.j ol faction the loble decree of the ancient llornan Senate: "Let. us etc that the P.epublio suffers no drtriment." The traitors in Congress have for their motto: "Let ns seo that slavery suffers no detriment." Cakei.khs and GtU F.h. Sunday even ing last, as a Mrs. l'rown was out walk ing in north Nashville, with two email children, a man came riding blindly by, andrn over the smallest child, disabling it, it M supposed for life. Tor a long time the little sufferer was thought to be dead. The child may recover from its injuries and live, but it will never entirely re cover from its sad aflliction. We under stand that three well known gentlemen Vcre hard by at tho time, and promptly "X.amed ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 27 May 1862

NASHVILLE 'UNION, j-" Take the I'nlon! It has a far larger circulation than Any other daily newspaper that Las been published hero for jears. It i th ojfioial newipaper of the United Stales for Tennessee. . It is the rtflcial newyxijicr of the Slait of letinessee. It gms the latent news from the Military Department South, and later tlian any other faper. It has immediate communication toilh the Military Headquarters, whicQ no other paper hero has. It gives reliable information DU KlftU'S DISPJSAItY FOR PRIVATE , DISEASES. DR. KINtt, formerly or New York, fo tbe last four Team of IJumville. Ky, and who ha devoted hi attentmr.L the treatment of private dlaeam for 30 years, flatter! himself, having attended to a practice for mo man year, and cared 10 many thnvsaiids, be is enabled U cure all disease of a private nature, no matter bow bad they may be from injudicious medlclal treatment, or from neglect of their own. IT. King' Dispensary ta No 23 Doaderlckitreet, between Cherry and theHq...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 28 May 1862

VXULJE UNION, VOL. I. NASHVILLE, TENN.. WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1862 NO. 42 BAIILY NAM B.'B. CONNOR & BRO., COMMISSION IrlKUCIIAHTS, . NO, 6 COLLEGE BTRKET. New "lock Jut received and for tale low to c)o out Consignments, 200 Illili. Salt, for sale by CONNOR ft BRO. boxes SALT, for Mle by ap 8 CONNOR ft HP.O. fiV Colls ROPE, for late by OVJ ap8 0 CONNOR ft BRO. 40 bbli. Coal OIL, lor tale by P 8 CONNOR ft BRO. 10 half bbli Bp 8 Coal OIL, for aleby CONNOR A BRO. 'ST. 1 Kr down BR00M3, Tor gale by fluJ p ' CONNOR ft BRO. fjQ boxen BOAr", for tale by CONNOR ft BRO. 50 boxes STARCH, for tale by ap 8 CONNOR ft BRO. 1 1 chogta TEA, for salo by 1.6 ap 8 CONNOR ft BRO 1 O balf chests TEA, for tale by 14) p 8 CONNOR ft BRO. 12 cadlos TEA, for sale by ap 8 CONNOR A BRO. io boxen Yeast POWDERS, for sal by ,8 CONNOR A BRO. O ( casks 8011A, for tale by 4J apS CONNOR A BRO. 1O0 grow MATCHES, for Bale by ap 8 CUNNOR ft BRO. Of boxes Blar CANDLES, for aale by Zt) a8 CONNOR A BRO. 25 boies COEl'EE, f...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 28 May 1862

s Fori Freedom andf.IIationality. S. V. MEKC.'I-ll, I.dltor. WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, lfcC2. , ' ' 1 1 r Tlie foiilliern Ilef.rlHun a f.'rcut t oniIrfy As-ulii.t ! t.ovrrn ment. It is of 1 ho utmost importance that tlio icojle piVnild undrrptand thoroiijilily Die real motives which impelled the leaders and authors of the present civil war to rebel against the povernment. .Sustain ed by the clear and irrefutable testimony if our political history from the day when Axmikw Jackson and John C. Cai.houn met in conflict, the former as Ihe representative of the people, and the latter as the champion of a cotton oli garchy', we declare that the pole purpose, ' aim, and intent of the Confederate dy nasty at llichmond is to destroy popular government, and build upon the ruins of American democracy a despotism after Hie pattern of the aristocracies of Ku rope. W'o declare that tho pretence of ".Southern Nights" is only a delusive catch-word to mislead tho people, and make them, by operating on their...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 28 May 1862

IJtostortUc Pinion ' WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1802. I'nlon Illood Warming. The repulao of General Danks ia liav fcingfcmost salutary effect on the loyal people and tho Government. It will put an end to this damnable maudlin senti mentality in fighting with rebels and traitors, as if they were honorable foes, and treating rebel officers as if they were gentlemen. The land is now on fire and our armies will bo terribly in earnest for the future. Now, henceforward to the rebels, fur tho heart of loyalty is b'yniiig with holy indignation Accident. As Captain 13uaden of Indianapolis, a member of Gen. Dumont'h stall was re turning to headquarters yesterday morn--jrlng, from a visit to th5 pickets, his horse TUumbled and fell upon him bruising him severely. We are glad to learn that his injuries though painful, arc not regarded as dangerous. . Gen. Mitchell arrived here yesterday from Iluntsville. He is one of the most energetic and indefatigable officers in the service. His daring expedition in...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 28 May 1862

5 NASHVILLE "UNION. Take the lulont It 1ias afar larger circulation than anj other dailr newspaper that baa been published here for years. It is the official newspaper of the United folate for Tennessee. It ia the official newapaper of ihe State of lennessee. It gives the latest news from the Military Department Smdfi, and later tJian any other paper. It has immediate communication with Vie Military ' Jleadamrters, which no other paper here has. It gives reliable information. Dil KING'S DISPENSE HY FOil PRIVATE DISEASES, S".Ta- PR- KINO, formerly of New York, fo i iZ the laHt four yearn of Louisville, Ky. " and who hM devoted hit attentions the treatment of private diseases for 80 years, Hatter! himself , having attended to a practice for to man years, and oured so many thousands, he Is enabled II 0 ire all diseases of a private nature, no matter ho bad they may be from Injudicious medlolal treatment, or from norrloot of their own. Dr. King's Dispensary Is No 23Deadericlr street, bo...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 29 May 1862

- QL. I. NASHVILLE, TENN.. THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1862 NO. d3 BAKLY MS-EMM in AM r B. CONNOR & BRO., COIi:rciSSI0.1l Mill CHANTS, NO. COIXEGE STREET. Atoctc Jnat received and for nle low to clone out Consignment. O r r Bbls. Slt, for rale by -JJ p CONNOR h BP.O. 100 x: box., EAI.T, fur ale by CONNOR k Bl'.O. K O Colli ROI'K, for h!o bf UKJ 8 CONNOR BRO. A bhls. Coal OIL, lor sale by CONNOR fc BRO. 1 " half bbl. Coal OIL, for sale by l(Jap8 . CONNOR k BliO. p" " dozen BROOMS, for ilo by 1DU p8 CONNOR A BRO. r f boxss SOAP, for cale by ap 8 CONNOR A BRO. ft boxes STAilCH, for ssle by pg ' CONNOR ft BRO. 1 O chests TEA, for aale by l ap8 CONNOR ft BRO 1 O balf chests TEA, for sale by 12 ap8 CONNOR ft BRO. 1 Q uullcs .Veil ap8 tulles TKA, for tale by CONNOR ft BRO. 1 r boxes Yeast rOWDKR3, for sals by 1U ap8 CONNOR ft BRO. a; ' g Q "k1t SODA, for ! by CONNOR ft BRO. 1 f( gross MATCHES, for sale by CONNOR ft BRO. 25 1 CAXtJU3'fr ,a'eC0bNN0R ft BRO. 25 Tp" COnrEE' '!ile CONNOR ft"cT 1 4 bb...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 29 May 1862

I lAM. .Mnl'""" HW -W-'t -W. JHsAfa i , glflsliiHc gttnion. For Freedom and Nationality. S. C, MICHCIJC, ICUltor. cTtIIUKSDAY MORNING. MAY 29. 18C2 ' Al !io nre llie Loyal, nnd ulin are f lie I)Iloal t It is a nource of honorable pride to contemplate Iho.eknif nts which consti tute the loj'al portion of our people, and contrast them with the faction of treason. Loyalty can truly hoast of ponscssirg the material and unbalance which consti tutes ft Stale, tho "high-minded men," who are the glory of all nations. Trea on on the contrary haa gathered in its' retinue the frivolous, the ignorant, the conceited, tho apes of foreign aristocracy, the dissolute, and the profligate. In ninety-nine cases out of a hundred, men cf experience, cultivation, correct morals and elevated principle, are hearty sup Iorters of the Union. In nine hundred and nincly-nino cases out of a thousand the debauched, the reckless, the giddy vota ries of fashion, the bankrupt in political and pecuniary fortune, the ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 29 May 1862

i 1 Si ! f I u ti I HLThLi:ss aotici:. The fUliming Notice nill bo cliftrg1 ni the ritf-s unn'-x-fi ; to bs paid fur whcm Inn diil in : MaH4'i N"rf of tf-n l!noa r.0 Trxp H Nim'K " " &n s'T r'r.Tn " to (M ftNi Tirr.a ot TiimrTcn or It orrrr, when h cl'iitt twenty I, in a, ft 00 ; over twn tv uri'lor fifty , 12 0') ; h. f,,r w:h addi--t t rme or2'j :D. wr nn. iX1l! Mf.VfT Of (AVIHrMTF. fun Coi"Tf n:r. 6 00 " Vtatx " ...in 00 " Ciif " 3 00 llVtHT!KMrT. Cueh rfi ilri-1 In ndvanoi fur nil a dvc.rtisemcriU, b7 Kpwlal agreement. ,' AciviTliKi'irn iitM I n-rted In tlin J rx-nl Column t .v""'t t ihfl rain ol twnty rent pur lino. I-Uore im bufiii? -ad nil remit nimm mnat be ddri-ancd the "I'nliliHlif m nt the Nahvill Union." Coromunieaiinna and ltnra Intend 'd for ItiKertton muit hi? addrerimd to 8. 0. MKKCKK, Kdilor. THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 20, 18G2. TnEATr.E. A rich Iroat will lie offered tlie patrons of (his establinhmont to night a feast not only for the lovers of musio hut alno the ad...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 29 May 1862

"77 NASHVILLE UNION. l ake the t7ulon! It has a far larger circulation than ftnj other daily newspaper" that has been riubli&lied here for years. It is the official newpoper of the United States for .Tennessee. It is the ojjkial nctotpaper of (Jte Stale of Ucnnmce. It gives the htcsl news from the Military Department Soidh, and later than any other paper. It has immediate communication with the Military Headquarters, which no other paper here has. - - It Rives reliable information. DLl KING'S DJSS'EASA III FOR I SHVATZ DZSKASftS. irvTT DR. KINO, formerly or New York, fo (Al the laat four your of Loutsviilc, Ry. im woo wui uovoieu ins aucntzon.: the treatment of nrlvate diHetuoii fur Ad trMira n.J(tn.i himself, having attended to practice f.r so main years, and cured o many thousands, he Is ot.ablcd u Our all i incases of a private nature, no mutter ho bad thov ItifLV hft from iniiiilic.ltitiB m.ulieial li-..ii..t..i or from neglect of thelrown. Dr. Kind's lilspeBnary i mi aoicua...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 30 May 1862

W NASHTJi' TCI l.Ld.i.1 A r I "VOL. I. NASHVILLE, TENN. FPJDAY, MAI 30. 1802 . 44 f: Committed to Jail OF Davidson county, ay l's, Pfl2. a n'ftro boy, wnngiyg hii mine hi ToV: rat a he holmr. to viartha M'.M irlumi, of Cofloe couniy. n"nr Bedford ouniy; mm hoy l about 17 year clrt: 6 r-ct 9 inch.. hiKb; Willis 14& pounds; bluk colo, thtck I pa, nd ll.it n"S). The owner in reqnoated to come lor. vard, prove progeny and pay that (p-n an th law di e's. . J. 41 111 MM. M-iy 2Tti 3t fiber iff and Jailor of 1). C. Committed to Jail Pr Iwvi.Uon couniy, Miy It, 102, a tero man, bu days bis name is lil'.N ; gay he buionira to ii i en laic, ilavld'on cour t ; said mm is about i.o 'Hi o!il, eli;h M'l pounds; 6 foet H lonl es high, id very r.m, The owner U reoriented to come rwnrd, .fv property, and pay inares, al the w dinscu. J. M. IIIf.'TOV, Vny 27-31 fhiriif rnl Jutlor of h C. Committed to Jail l r Davidson county, on M'.y tho Jitb. 1S62, a no I fro twin, who a Jin name in LKH I.-; raye...

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

For Freedom and Nationality. k. e;. jni;n !'., witor. H(1IAY MORNING. MA V FO, IM2. The third and last number of 1h? lo ries of admirable articles on the Jlobcl lion, was inadvertently omitted yesterday norning. Wc give it to-day. It will le read with interest. Quite h if intnkfl. Our Louisville dif pakin " of the 27th inade.ns ay: "Colonel troojr, with an inferior force, was routed ly General Heath's Confederate forces, near Lewis borg, Friday." It was just the contrary. Col. Ckook routed General IIf.ath'h fyrcps. A very agreeable correction. Kadlcai A liolltlonlala. I?y radical abolitionists we mean wretch es who arc destroying the system of sla very by sword and fire and devastation. Iho fiends of Hell are more humane and noble. They ard hastening the overthrow ef slavery by bringing on, not only the South, baton the republic great tribula tion. These devils in human shape abound an this city, and call themselves Seces sionists, Southern Rights men, Fire Eaters and Confederates. ...

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

L 1 HMDAY MOUNING, MAY SO, 18G2. The telegraph made a most ridiculous - exaggeration of the alarm occasioned at Washington )y (Jen. Hank's retreat. t TlIKHTTE Ni;twithNliifidii)tf the CXC'.'BsivO bt'at, there whs n ciowdd Iimii-o list night lo witness Bead H;)d tins Idst. To e.iy that the pli'ce was put on (he singe in a high ly creditable inunner, would be no more than tin act of ju-tlcu lo the enterprising Mana ger. The tnui-tc whs esrjnUitcly rtiid'.Tij. la (,ict It could not he otbt rwhe, wheu wo recollect that Mrs. II k it k Aim and Pufwki.d are responsible for Ibe sarn From present indications Beauty and the B.-ust will have a rtn Wo ndvise all reubrs lo M to the Thi-nlre and etjuy one of lb" rich-st musical treats evrr ofT- rcl. To-iiiht lienuly and the . J'.easf. und The. Little Devil, The liichmond Why saja that tho "sixteen miliums of the Southern States ? cannot bo conquered." If the women of tho Confederacy are ns prolific as tho imagination of tho Whig, wo don't think s...

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

J NASHVILLE 'UNION. Take tlie I'nlori! ' It Las a far larger circulation than any other daily newspaper that has been published here for years. Ilia the rxal ncwp'qxv of the United Stales far Tennessee. It is the fifjicial newyaper of the State of It gives the luted news from the Military Department frtth, anl later than tiny other paper. It has immediate crmmnnicafion with lit Military 'JliathjuartciQ, which n other paper Lore has. It gives reliable information. STOE E ! -:o:- LOSiO fj OQOTI! No. 24 Market Street. Rl'MiW THE WATSON Hfll'H!, And No. 2 liurnet House, Ch'tli, HAVE lOR KALE A LARGE As.oftT - . MKNT OK Inclmlinat every iin lu that Un.j Citizens' Clothing. OF ALI KINIIS ; A Larg3 Axeortment of HATS and CAPS; Mi:n. Lidies' and Children COOTS AI19 SHOES, OK ALL KINDS; FURNISHING GOODS, fcl'CH A3 Khiitx, Iliindkcrchiefh, EaIih' and Men's Half IIo?e, And almost every Iblng else kept io a Clotliiug Store, which they will (ell at Cin ciannii prion. May 25 3m Dlt KING'S IHSPEAS...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 31 May 1862

BAIIL jf .MwBmYIjLjLE VOL. I. NASHVILLE, TEM. SATURDAY, MAY 31. 18G2 NO. 45 u N Committed to Jail Of IHvldson county, y M, 1883. a a"ro hoy, ho my hi name m TuM; ) he rKlnnzs to Idartba M ;M u revil, of Code nnnty. n"e.r Blford ec-m'y; mi l l.-y I ' ahotit 17 years olj. 6 f t t Inch- Inch; wWli 115 roiin : bl ick C"lo, tihik I rm, id flat remo ., Ihe ovrper 1 reqm'ld to own lor. r'l. prove property ana pay charge o the law ll- rcom. . , J M KlNToM, M iy S.71-1 Ct . h'heril) uiJ J.utor of t). C. Committed to Jail 0? rfivM'pii county, May JHC2, lip?r mm, w'io snyi hi eaiim i I1F.N; nys h Letnnc t'i IteH' eelale, lividon county; aiJ msu 1 about f5 yer o'.-l, veiitha liiO pouiu:; 6 Let 8 irn.l t 3 high, n't Tory L'hit. T'ne cwnor In reqiinst'sl t come forward, prove property, and piy charges, at the 1 law direct. J. M. HINTOV, May27-3t ' fjhfriir and Jailor of D C. Committed to Jail OV rmvKl n enmity, on Mvr the lS'h. W2, a no (fro mm, vi ho mh M nime Im LMVIS; rays lie tnliinKHH 'in. W...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 31 May 1862

glBsbvillc Hmox. For Freedom and Nationality; ft. V. JflEIICIilt, Kdltor. FATLHIJAV, MAY 31, Ml. Our NpPfll Telegram. Our reader will recollect that wo are now, and Lave for Borne time, Locn furn ishing them with 'pedal telegraphic dis patches, obtained for their benefit solely. This requires a largo outlay o' money. The dispatches, although not so full as those ia the Louisville papers, still give all the important itemi, at lea-it twelve hours in advanre of those paper. We need a large and liberal support to enable u to keep up this portion of our paper, and tvsk tho Union men of this city, and at all points accessible by mails, to roll up a largo subscription list for us. We can not get along without money. If you want the Union to llourish, and increase in interest, you muHt aid in increasing its patronage. Our Exchange. The loyal newspapers in all parts of the country have our heartiest thanks for the highly complimentary manner in which they have noticed the Utaoy, and approve...

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

HUM.VKSS INOTICF,. The following Notice will lm cb:irp'.I at the rates annexed ; to b pnil (or te.on Aan d"l in : VnRKu.it Kotii jt-X t o litint.,., i....t M Fr.sr:HAi. Ncnifii " ' fi3 None. W I'hath " ' t'J Uhiti ji. N ti"k or Tumi twi or liK-mrr, wliea not excciig twenty limn, tl 00 ; over twn ly ami uri'W flity, i on ; und for v,u;h addi tional line, nt t n rat of 12', e.t. per line. asnquxc r.Mr.vT or ofinruTn. I"')ft CoiixtT Omrr. 5 00 ' Ftati " 10 00 " City " 3 00 roh ffri-jirH In ftdv.ir)'; lor All advertisement. un!ei by Fnecial Of'ri onii-hl. AdvertiHevn'iitl li.wrti-'l In thn Tki1 Column Jiiy!l at lie t t dI twoty ceui pr lmo. IitiTi oo bur:ne'S Mi'l all remit aor-.e nuiBt bo 'lilrcHK'ri to tlie 'l'tibMiihcia ol the Nash v l) I'd "in." Communication ami J j I I - r lnt.-1'd id fur luaertiiia niimt Iw addretwvl to K C. MKIV KK, K-iilor. I. on if iHcca Tlio rebels on our streets look foar fully chop- fallen and tallvlike fellows who were about to leave this vale of sorrow. G...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 31 May 1862

.NASHVILLE' UNION. United States of America. MIDDLE DIKTH.CT OK TENNEdUl K. f XTHLKEAH.a l;b-l of Inhumation was tiled wl Inn V no I for the Middle District of T-nuMv,it Nashville, on Un' 80th day of May, A- i2, by John TrimLle, Mi , Attorney f'T tho Culled Hiatal for the MiduM Do.ir'rt m Teiiueii-ssoe, who proaei ut herein on b-l alf of Ibn l mti d Hites agiilnet rer tain lot an 1 the oinl'llrg tnertjon, snua!! cm Mnrkct i-trael, In-low and North ni too Public, r-quare, no the V.'cKt mi" ul Kid sln'M, l-lnR the next house but one to the Inrjn dry goods witt-houso of iKmlim A ., wblrli froiiM n the Public Niiro, n ri l rutiM bn K I til Mi ki-t nrw t tow :tnl the mid lm and ! i I'l 1 (i if , bftlllR till ll"'M" kll'IWll hk tlm Iiidt I'liblMiltig Ifotian, where win published ill Tenueaee BipH-t newspaper, and liv -rs otic r iblheit or:n ; and alan ine lytic, kkwi, i it' hiii'-i y mi J hxtures and tiniilo mints cuuuei l. I w.tn in.it ul !i -b ng house, f r lea ems mid rime;' In furl li...

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