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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 August 1863

V PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PBINTKBS. OFUCB ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK 8TREETB. VOL 11. NASHVILLE TENNESSEE. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 20 1863 NO 108 lie IN TEinis of sinscRirTiox : Mui.i; even: ft cent. .:u vi:i.k. KATKS OF ADVERTISIM. i'aaaule to Adumtoi (tan libm a a " wrm'T , .4) turn, I daj, 1 OO each addlt'na! lneorfu, " 0 1 work. S Oo ach additional 'iu-1 60 S 4 60 " S0O 1 mono., eon - ;" V 00 l OO a u SOU TO ADVERTIStflB IN DtTAtL Til SATIS WI1X Xt mt LOT I : uuartsr Column, 1 month........ - ......J14 0" i . 00 u u g ........-.- W W iiU Oolonin., u i 00 M ,. U Ota. 36 oo - ............... 3 . W a bO 00 Oo imu.. OAT Advertisements uiaertod lit tha tftil Coluniu :hared l th rat of twenty twill per Una Tor the trH lueertlont fir oh additional insertion ten j ! in tb Lock! Column thirty eaula por lino lor Hit tlrat Insertion, for svery additional In rtlou flf- t(M eilbl. " Plnrrlago and I uneral Notice, lil becharK. d kt th o"l lvrttlug rtn. Annooiicemrnta of C...

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. — 26 August 1863

?.wtoi..e Slnfon. For Freedom tod Katiormlilj. h. .. .riEHCKH, MlWr, WEDNESiMf MOHN1NU AUGUST 20. 63 Our Arnif t'lrculmlen. We r gratified to inform oar friend tbat the let tort we published from the front in relation to this matter, have been followed by m verj decided change for the better both as rrgardt our reader and oarielrcR. Onr power preie, much Uie fastest in the citj, is hcavilj taxed to supply the immense demand. One f the gentry who tried to choke off the Lnion, himself a notorions rebel and smuggler, has got himself lodged in jail. We are now right side op! Amneatle and ICraiorationT-" . This war for the preser?etion of the Government will have been fought in ain if the pernicious counsels given Id some quarters are to prevail at itit close Is the confiscation act to go for naught, andanamneat to be the final reward ol the rebel leaders 7 This is the pnsition advocated in some circles. Sincereli taken, and held with good inti-ntioi , doubtless, bnt effective for mischi...

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. — 26 August 1863

mama 5 i ? i lasfcrilie minion. We are indebted t i W. 0. Collier for ( 'iuriunafi tha latoat LouUville papra. MHl 0n. 1). M. niiiM-oni), of Iliniidvillr, Al., armed in Uiia city Monday eve ning, lit it a native of TtonesM f, and one of the nrriTori of Hie war of 181?, in which be erred tinder Gen JckoD, and participated in the memorable baltle of New Orleans U'.t love for hia coun try and her inalitutiona has never falter ed. In the midat of the faifhleis, in the' hour of trial, he remained firm and ahaken. He has attained an age when most men are ready fir the inevitable change may he live to see hia beloved country restored to peace, and the atara and atripca waving triumphantly over the entire continent ! Mketinu or tub Board of Aijiermkn. A regular meeting of the Board of Aldermen was held yesterday. Very little business was transacted. The bill which had prcvioucly passed (he Board, prohibiting women of ill-fanm from rid ing about the streets in hacks, and regu lating the pric...

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. — 26 August 1863

lit - f , -i. . D. L. SOBEL, PRING STOCK! ril. .n f ; ki&CIAI. OHBEit Fin. nt fileode and petrone of the Gel fj of tbeOombeilsnd hereby no ifled that irs srs nw prt parrd to sup ply tbem with the Ns Plus Ultra of the rhofoa-rsphlc artThs Oem, Fa"togragb, Carts Da Vislte. Having procured ths ' ceUbraUd tloltiptini; Camora, pit-enfed by Mr. Wing, of Hew York city, and U log the flrat to introduce the asms in the V cUv of NssbvilleJ we1 will By to ore " aad all, conn 'along Wo cn and will famish plctoree b the thoutand, roads with the above-named ln8triimn, not r' Vltbtndipg the threats f soma other (' ronld-b-plctureffitkt ri to the contrary. Ang.21tf. Mua-i Si Ika?lf.k. f Dssb Bsadkb: Aa I do not wish to lotrade upon yon wi'h too many "Orn VOTal"and "Special" Orders, t would re fer yoa to the many yreitntm$ nf to " good brothers to tbe Profession, Metara M .& P., aod air, that all therein a forth it daily ralifd at either ct tn Qallerys, where I have for yeara aod am ' now gi...

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. — 27 August 1863

PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP PRINTER3. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK 8TREET8. VOL II. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. THURSDAY, AUGUST 27 1863 MO 109 terms of srnsiiurTio : hlXil.i: COPIES A Cents. .i:m uixk - t t'citts. RATES OF AMLRTISIXC. Payable In Advance. (ri mn o LM to (KxrriTtitr 4 ab.) 0re, I .lay, tl h4ll,l'Bl Insmt'ri, T" ISO lwsck, 00 eaub additional KiiiAr-', 1 M 1 (HI g ' .VI ID 1 mouth,, no V 00 1S1W1 TO ADVERTISERS IN DETAIL liiu wn.L rotjows i quarter Column. 1 roontfc ....... H. "1 ". SO lift ........ W) , SO Oil . ki bo ,M Si i ........ 4J M 60 Ou mil Column 1 " - g ....... " II .... ..... ) it Co ntno., ..1 ..w.... . a . t - A'l vertlsenienle Inserted la th Ppsnlal Colmuu rnarged l th rat of twenty conUt per lint for th ! rt Insertion 1 for eaoh additional Insortlrtn ton tou,s i In the Local Colorua thirty rants par Una for Oral insertion, for every additional li.sottloo (If U'n iil. JMnrrig-e and f uneral Koilcti, vt hi beclirrel at th usual adv...

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. — 27 August 1863

-WW It : ,1 J i ! I; i 1 I Ml Vol'-- ".-Ml ' r : I , :l 1 .-. -a gjaslrcile Pinion. 1KHCE1, r,4Hfr- TUUKSDAY, AUOUSTJ7, 18G.1 K an brave Kouii au'a ieicli In Pi.il adclpbi. Ill lews on lllB necfssit.t of ab lulling i!Tj are those f thref fouitbs of thB lojal. men of Ktntutk) Rousseau it one of tho nolle spirits vl tht dj. outiii:hn m:vs. Ws are indebted to ft friend in frnn for copy of tbe Metnphit Atlanta App&'l of the 20th Inst., from which we xtrac the following. rrtmCbtrl'iton-Tht rallotMina. ter Indlcatt L ' ' Charleston, Aug 20. Tho tiero ODTttiont during tbe last twrntv tuui hourt hvf bren tnottly con8nid to ' stead end ronlinooan bnrabardmet.t " Fort Sumter, directed from tbeir pario gnnt on Mortis island. Their fl begins to tell upon Sum tor, which rrpliet oul t l ng intervala. 1 be defense or thit beruor dues no ; d.-ptn i mainly upu Sumter, and evt-i tl tbat rurtret should event lully be bit trrrd down, the harbor rntraiiceia ttil rfTeotually guarded by (jowerlul eau'...

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. — 27 August 1863

Look Out t The ciy ii flooded with be roun terfclt postage currenor. Colored 'rbool'! We are informed tiat Uiefo are ticur aix bttndred children affmding the col ored ichooli ia Hiis ciy. The schools are conducted by eoiue vny inttlli(f black mon, and we re l!d ll.o I.ttle "Ame.icari cilizn of African dcceuf applj tlietneelvfS with great industry. Manj of the pupil btn 'e o'0 Bevu from time to time on the streets, ere re markabl real and Pprlphtly looking. The number tf cases tried by JudKo Shane yesterday was somewhat re duced amounting to fourteen only. Ve understand that the Mrmphis and Charleston Ileilroad will be (pen to day, and in running order, tj Hants villa, Ala. We are under obligation to our young friend, W. C. Collier, for the .aleel Lo'i iimlle and Cincinnati dailirs; and !, for Harper's Monthl?, Frank Leslie's lUginne, and the WaTerly Magazine. Tiikatbk The 'Duke's Daughter" will be product d to right, for the first time, with a powerful cast; followed with a danoe by...

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. — 27 August 1863

flaspif Pinion. SprxiAL OHDClt Tin. a Ciatlrrr of llir Co m ' The fi.euds tod pstrons tf tha Gal lery of the Comber Un 4 r hrb do tifled Uiat wt ar bow prepared to fttp ply them wilh Ihe Ns Pins Uiira cf tU rhoo(rrphio art The Gem, Vh Anrzb, Carte Da Visits. Having prncursd tLe oelcbrtd MoHipijing Camera, patented by Mr. Wing, of New York city, and br ing the 6rst to inlrodace (be tamo ia ihe city of NaihTills;' we will tay ix cue and all, coma along we csn and will furnish pictures b the ttmuand, mscle with abofenamed iostrarotut, rot withitsndlrig the threats of s m ether wonld-be-plctore-niaker to tha con'rar j. Aor.21tf. Mob K !: PeAtLEB. special, aavmt io. a. -pus Bbaceb : At I do not wish to lutmda npoo yoa with too many "0. n oral" and "Special" Orders, I would re fer yoa to the many pretention of toy good brothers io the Profession, Messrs. M & F., and tay, lht all thr-nlna t forth is dally miifd at eithrr r,f my Oilier, where t hare fur years and m cow giving latltfaoti...

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. — 28 August 1863

l.?.'!?.--' ? - ,. --''ute..-.---- 1 . .ilu ; TflHTTTltr nilM III l' IWIWf lW . .r - AV'rt' PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PEINTEKS.Oa'F.IjCR DS..PRn.'TKlW ALTXY, BRTWKKN UNION AND DEAUKEtCK: 8TBEKT8.. I 7', i : . :, , -' 1 rrrrtfrrit-?.T:i'-;--rLT.-Trt: xr; -t-.-t ; .-rr;-;raT r. tx'--'-" f-1 - '-' .r.-rwr - I tlitA l t Jilt tcrtd lis iJI-J - ehial AOiTbTT ji' d'n'l lJ. ' r . pit" i ki vm. n, ii . .i vt. .6 n !(J c I 'X il :. i II CX1D 1 c. il-'l ,.n : i a I I t . t.i i . i I n rl 1 f ! i i i . t . ..j . n il . .VLa ,P. . , I ., ; :: mm im as itit e l. . I , i .-, i i Jil (ft ; ( iijiiml ' i. . : I - . . . . . . . .3 n.yll'UHiV til n ..'.M .... , . . , . I I'lilTt 1 1 J -1 .li .. l ' ' ' ' T . I '' ' ' ' I'll ii i w " 1- -I I I - -.. . .. .j. i. 4 ' - ' " ' ' .lo -,. ; -- ,r r'lft Hi" ",i : 1 'i " . f.:. v. .-! ::. .. . i ! -TPiniTnr srrsrRirTiOT: , ' t 1-' t t J. ,i.;i.i; corn: i c"' i(ivi I K - 85 teih BITES OF ApYERTISIXG, (tu uni 01 i to cjimiTiTi -jrAr 1 Mk, 8(X-icU Mil til ni...

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. — 28 August 1863

I i r '!' ' t i -, i f . .i i1 : l Hi , 1 .1 JastoiUe ?tuit. i, ,ii i n i . i iii 1 or FreeMom mil KftUo-iU'jr . J. MBIiM H, Hit' FRIDAY. MOBNIXQ. AC. 2', 1863. Iritis; out th Koldlera. l'.TcD wliila the air ii vocal with Fill er! iclories, and w exult over tlio ap proach of the final trinrnph of the nation " al armi over the rebel, we re-echo, and . endorse the call which onr soldier cor I MKondent Mack makes for oldiers. 11 u Lave them t Ibey will beitertled i . and lct,l!oimgKAi.r liave his monntr-d tr Ahounand ! ; . - , .. . ra. Some writer (we th.'tk wo know him) in the Washington (D. C.) Chronicle, has for aoveral week been guilty of a vt ry disreputable imposition upon us, and up on the, readers, of, that newspaper. Iu making up a summary of Tennessee news he quotes various news and political ar ticles, from iio'UiiuM and inrarinlJy cre dits .thorn to the IS'ashvillo Trent. If the mistake had happened onre, or tw ice, wo would have passed it over as a mistake, uiade in iho Lu...

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. — 28 August 1863

,. 1i-4-: SlasUrilU "auiua. ; W. C. Collinr fnii.i-.litd us lat rl.lh tho nuiial ncwt..n"r """Z"- Vv are indbt"d to Mr. Uaklb, ncws ilrlcr, f( r th laUat I,nujflvi)i, Cinc.n nati and Nrn Voik tUtm. W. h.T. MoT', tl.o DourIm ElrCor f.r Ihii district, ami Haj wood, Ihe ISreck Inridze. Elector, lf ljr h-Ml n P'"1 Now, wLcre'i ll.uu-9 want to LilQ tOO. It was rrjinrtod jrsti rdjy ibt WilJ( r'i cavalry were live nitir-a in lb rear f Chattanooga. If that bo to, the Cbatta-noosx-tariet will frf-l Wilder than CTer. Ifon. IIoRAtR MaTSAud La been ap pointed Attorney U.nrral and Importer f,.r t!.e J:tite, by (Jot. Joiinaon, the uflica Laving browns vacant, and no fleet inn, at tbi lime, Ix iiiK practicable. , Our friend I'now.v, the popular ft;;ii;t of the Little Miatid "old reliable" rail-road, lio formerly tuado Naahville bia b aaiifpiartora, was on a flying visit lo our city ycaterdrfy. Ho leavco this morning for Louisville. Ilia old frirrdd repivt , that bo did not remain lunger, and parta...

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. — 28 August 1863

NO. 26, . ,1'B'V- BR H7 fJ Kfc vt) ANu Jallery of th Cumberland. The friend and patron, of tbe U al io ry ofjit Cumberland ne. Uczfcbxjmr tilled thai we re now prepared to .gup plj them with the Ne Plus Ultra of the Photofrrapblc art The Gem, rhntogrgh, Carle De Visile. Tlavlng procured the celebrated Multiplying Centra, patented ( by Mr. Wing, of New York city, and be. , 'Mii(lV flrVf Jroduofboaari-gllii city of Na.hviflo; we will .ay to one and all, come along we can and will furnish picture, by the thousand, made 'with tbe above-named instrument, not JU'iti"tt(it)intbJtUrefl oftc,e h'fcr would-be-plctare-mii tiers to the contrary. Ang.21-tf. , Mob e & Pr.Aci.KR. , i rrri PI CIAI, OltDKU NO. 3. r Dxaii Readeb: 'As I do not wieh to eral" and "tfpoclal" Orders, I would re Z2 mnY frelmtant of my gofidDrothtr. in the Profession, Messrs. . M, 6f P., and say, that all tbcrin t I fj k& '? fVih mluri aVjilbet iCw pleased to favor me with their patron age. T. M. SarLBaeB. rhotoitta...

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. — 29 August 1863

II "ft a. k sv T " i SB. n I i ' xwmm PUBLISHED BT AN ASBOCIATION OP FRINTEBS. OFFICE ON FMNTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DKADSEICK 8TBEET8. NASHVILLE TENNESSEE. SATURl)AY. AUGUST 29 m VOL IT. NO 111 mitt ' ': II nit it ifimt TEKMS OF SlDStRIPTIOX : MMii i: c uri. 5 t:m. .1 II H I I K 5 Ccin. urns ofaT)VCUtisig. l'uyHble In Advanrf. (TM UfTJt OIIMtn caarmd A Htlir.) j mr, 1 day, Jl H lav-heddit'nal Insert'o, SO " 1 week, (" ,h ,M!IM; I'Wi, 1 fc i M 8 (l 4 C) alio 1 ui.iiih.e on t " Oi) TO ADVERT I3tri9 IN DETAIL :ut rrs . t a rori: gtiartor Odnmn, I month ii u 2 . i i a IIS m , I0 , so uo , k" oo , Ml Oil . :-6 no , 4 t . M) (XI lialt Column., I AilvrrtbM-ru..uta Inserted lu the Hpeclal (Jolnnm sharged l Ihe rat of twenty cents la.r line fur the I Tit Insertion 1 for each additional lneirtiou ten euui J in the Local Column thirty route r Hue for tho llMt Insertion, tor evory additional tnserllun flf leon out. JMnrrlK fiwtt tnnrrl Noltcea, lil be cbarg, d at lbs tumul advertising ra...

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. — 29 August 1863

gJliisIaiUc Virion. 4. c . niiKXH, i:ou BATUHIAT MOnNING. AUG US'" 2!, 3 A II I o oil r lleatnratlon. The consertatifo organs, or lome ol Uittu at lessf, which asserted itoutlj a few nionthi ago, that the restoration of he jL'oion WM notonlj farllifr off thsD trer, but next to impossible by reason ol " the Incompetency of tbo administration, " bavejust made the discorery that th rebcllioa is put down, and (Lai all tbat is necessary to reestablish the Union, is ..J for. tha president t proclaim swcr-tiiug amntaty to the rebelt, and restore Hum " 'all to tLoir former right, priTih-ges and ,. powers, guarntenlng to them at the estui- time the protection of slavery. We arc sure that among intelligent loyalist there U bat one opinion as to the hu manity, or the wisdom of such a policy . If the administration di-Bina to ruin no itcially, pecuniarily and politically, evrry ' ataunch and consistent loyalist ia the ', South, and crush to the Very dust eviry firm friend and supporter of the 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. — 29 August 1863

glasUriUe aicm. Ileaurrgard anrJ iff '' la.irrir.arl, on ,Slunly afternoon, aont a protPHt, rli'imnncinK (frrik lire aa ' a moil fillainou. compound, unworthy of civilized nalinliH, nrl tli-u andinir mora tiioo. Ho (kid jottlTUj'i luornini? diajiatclt ei. V ncr-d not bo antonialied if Oil more tod Beanrrgardbave ft acrioni fall ing out abort! the utifairrn-rHof tbo form er in throwing eliclls flllid with the ter rible inflammable eubafance kuown ( Oretk fire. Aa lliia fire canuoi be e. tiDgulshod the whole city of Charleaton it probably in tube. Thui (he icrip turea will be fulfilled: "Wbere (ho worm dielh not and the lira it uut queuubed." Beauregard hat the tame abhorrence for tb is "villainous compound," called Greek fire, that the dandy courlier in the play had for "villainnm ialtpnlre." Poor Beauregard 1 Ho and "his chivairou Fin-aten dou'l like (heir viutuali cooked up in the shape of Greek Gre, which glowl and rages like tho aulplnroua lake of Tart atna. There was l gentle fa...

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. — 29 August 1863

r I !R1 N G 8T K3K ! mmi KEV7 STOCSJ. 18G3. S... is i. A N 1J 1 11IITTI I 111 1 IT. IB I I III', Is , V l( 1 I I, .( sri.ci.lL uuiF.u nk. a uallerf ot tttv Cumherlnnd.- . Th friend and pktroni .of tbe Gl etf of the Cumberlatid are hcrcbj tio tilled ibkt we are now j reparrd to gup pj (hem with the Ne Plui Ultra of tbe rhotoefriphic rt-Tbo Gem, TbotoKrofch, "Crt De Visile. Hiving procured the celebrated Multiplying Carutra, patented by Mr. Wing, of New York city, andbo Jftfj ht fint to introduce tbe samo ia the tltyof.yrasbvillej we will nay to oae al all, coniS along we can and will furnish picturea by tbe thousand, tuade with the above-named instrument, not withstanding the threats of some other would-te-piclare-tnker8 to the contrary "' Ang.21-tr. Momr. (c I'eaht.f.k. . . pt::iAi. oitur.il M. a. . Dtin Kkaijkb : As I do not viU to intrude upon you with too many "Gen eral" and "Special" Orders, I would re fer you to the many renn'crn of my Rood brol'utrs In the Frofeinion, Messrs 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. — 30 August 1863

I 1 ,ras.asBtfi ; t i , ; . s i . j . . ,.... 1 h 3 PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEBICK STREETS. VOL II. NASHVILLE TENNESSEE.- SUNDAY, AUGUST 30, 1803 NO 112 lie Wpptlk yyltoli ISmott 1 1 L7-! E, sot, I s i "8, M .0T5 , etc, 3N i MT, 4 N a Trahw tha daa h n tba Kill rill plaaM aa kartui ICS, k Luc u. LBimlMivtl i A Lurtii. illlt Cn udlaa, m )l'8K, Kal h ah..rt tt il Ilia ball' un a' iiii r d, i. un y . ai" tmrrxil' l...tMl t" ' UiikM. a and Sa j llilH iTJOt. i.rnaJ r?3 . I.aad an'' iid pilrtH h"1 ...luaaa fit" ll..,..".'.''' It, Will' l k ll iy a "'J '' I ltlt.lljf tl Ii. u l ., I'io,i..M IAN 100, V, An. i, ni Nil 1 ft " J.liva a! TEE3IS OF SFESf RIFTION' l .i;i i; ti'U:v - -. t;rnt. .i:n wiXK 'J-.. aa Cen.' RATES OF AMEUTISIXU. ) Payable In ' f (T ItBtS 0 UM TO COSfTITITl Bin B.) t (uare, I 1 00eb. ad.lU'aal luaeil'n, o w : 1 weak, S 00 Mich additional Vttvs 1 60 3 i 4 m , a oo 1 1 month. 8 no' .,, SOW a ' II 00 " M " M 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. — 30 August 1863

For Freedom toil Nationality. S. . nKHCtK, l.41it. SUNDAY MORNING, Al'GUST 3d, 1SC3. ftiavclam. . The ri:iNcirLB or Slavlri it niuiiT, is ITIELr, AND DOES KOT IiETEUD ON rUTKIl NCI Or COMfUXIOK. Slavis have bkes Ojckerai.lt wmTB.Jli'Jimontl En'juirrr. ,Bt.k4t.iu ,01 NATtrtAL condition or tor Laboring man! Clarkttim Mercury. Npn-slaTe LolJcriof Teuncnsoo do jou feel like giving your motier and slit'ilding your blood to support inch ivm as llio above declarations of the two leading or gan! of the Southern Confederacy ? If you do. then ' continue to act with the pro-slswy party, and help lie leaden to forge fctteri for the necks of your own children. ' v a - It Is eaiy to ice from the articles of the rebel organ! In Richmond, and other Southern cities, that the rebel fuglemen are Ycry desirous of the triumph of the Copperheads over the Union and Admin iatralion party. The icbel leaders know- that the Copperheads, in Congress and oat of it, will violently assail the m. at ores of the Ad...

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 August 1863

The P.ev. Dr. Ford will preach at Ibe Cumberland Presbyterian church his morning, at 10 o'clock. Sunday School open at 8.' o'clock. Sunday morning, Aug. 30, 1803. - a W call attention to the communica tion of the Special Agent of the Tress ury Department at thie place in another column. . Wt are again Indebted to our young friend, W. C.Collier, for the latest Louis ill and Cincinnati PPrBi The market was plentifully aupplied with melon and apples yesterday. Peachet weie less abundant. The prices of all were Ligh, much too high for the times. Theatbe. The entertainments at the theatre open to-morrow night with the thritling drama of "Dick Turpin, or The Renowned Highwayman," in which Mr. Hamilton personates the Highway- man. The Ztvistowski troupe having been re-engaged, a grand Pas de Deux will be eiecuted by Monsieur Zavistowskl andM'lle. Christine. Songs by Stewart The entertainments conclude with the military drama of " The French Spy ;' in which M'lle. Christine appears as the S...

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 August 1863

3'i 1:3 f ..jt js..-- . i '-' Tb Free Stlei re subduing the Siive SUlcl not by rc.on of their nu merical mpcrioritj io much as by their uperior enterprise, ikill, .elivilr, ulroil nes, invention!,' fertility or resource and peroccrnce. In U thrio qualities the people of all free Slates aro alwaya the inperior of lhva who aro corrupt d and enervated by the degrading nyatt-m of ilavcry. The apirit of freedom is far more manly, Martial inl heroic, Minn tie diruofi of n!ery, and cotiarfuently vic tory will ever follow tlio banner of Freo duiu. Thia la the central idea of all tnin Blatenoianiiliip. - Lofera of the .Southern Confederacy, isn't your poor ruiatrr-B, ihc tftar of yui dvotlon, in a very Ji -dressing couili tion? We no longer hur "Away down South in Dixie," banged on nbelliouH piano, Und thrummed upon riinlojal gul Ura. The flro-eateri ran no 11101-0 inp, than tho disconnolato Hebrews upon the streams of Babylon. Tin y LnrR tliir beads and hum : "When I h-ep I 1m-.i-ti When I ...

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