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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 29 October 1863

v - , .1 . a-- ""'"t:':'" v., aWerrrr.aa "IL"" 11 - -"' ! . . ..at fT, ' v ;;v. v; . . ...... . ' 1 ,. ,:;;;;rN; -' (1 FUBLI3HED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PBINTEES. OFFICE OH PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION. AND DEADERICK STREETS. i l ;j!i Z lvi..'..u i ; ; ', "' . i m. vm II. NASTIVTTJ.F 'rrvFSSEE. THURSDAY. OCTOBER. 29,. 1863- .1 ,- .). NO 103. a : In rTs' THURSDAY MORNING, 03T. 2!), 1903. Henry Waul iJt Iitr l Utrt Hi ituii'. He iieakH in tlla'KOaV mid Jlaii ! rater. : Jiev. Jlenrv, Wr Betcher, jlhe dis tingoifbci 'Anyriean DiTie who jlie. bcefi fir manjlnontli". Jfasl. jjiy Krtropf, iatU"8p'4f It Olea'cotr ton' tlito "T.tli ' (ntl, arid liiiollier ' af MuclifiUr on the 'Jlh. At both lacea be wi well receiv ed, and lirtlcned to by iininenie audien ce. The English papcra sty it ii im loaeiblo to dficribe the cllect of these sptotbd. At Manchester, where bit au dience numbered acven thousand, a IcU ter from Liverpool lay a When the meeting broke up their wai a perfect rutth for the platf...

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 October 1863

fl'asjjbillc Wm. t o Freedom am! IJationfclilj. . c. Pinter". t'dMor. TIIUUSDAY MOBNINO. OCT. 20, 1803. AnotUer ltaon Aaaigtied lor I ho Kr moral t JM. llf rn-'fh Atmr Folic Di-patt incut. TLo following ii anioDg tbo (prcul Washington dicpitchei to the New Voik 'Timea: Q Wahiiinoton, Tburaday, Oct. 2.1. Aiming the cautci of dissatisfaction , now alleged againat Don. Kocrana waa . ; faiif connection with, and prraiatint ad- licrenct to, and aupport of bit ao-called Chief of Army Police, a pernon expelK-d from Oen. Urant't army for using th cafalry and the wagorii of Government ti obtain cotton, instead of bringing in aubaistence or guerrilla, at it waj bis . olllcial duty and professed anxiety to do. . Firmly eitabliahed under Kotecran, hr, among other things, dcmande'Lall tbo ' Confederate money in the batiks avid ex change oflicea at Naaiirille, and then in- titmed and carried on an extended and ivinoraolcss lyateui of conUncation, do true tire of tn to Unionists, and prilita ble n...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 29 October 1863

train an ivi 1 lHtcvin- Tbatiks Cillirr for U.c latest neas- Ppr- 1)"- ; The attention of the reai of the Union is directed to the advcrtisf-mi nt i-f Mr. Joslms Flowers, J.wc'.lrr, ; Union airr-ft. II has rtreiitly nmdo consider able adJllion to Lis his as. aurlment of watches, ' brtsslpias, finger rings, lilvtr waro, is very line, and of the itft imj ,1J lat;1 bly9- 11,1 his annnibir of articles of use to ,I1U cms and jirivati-s in the nnymonp,fit those fur the fjtimr, we "T nir-niiort wordi of iliRsnl liniah; o:ic tuagiiiiii.i'it .-old iati'd snd jewelled. Mr. Mawr-m, whoisa Jeweller tf gtr firtience,ie-, Iccted these goods iu ritiHon, and is r lur ing thmi at prlcis far belotv what rms been paid here for some lirao psBl. - m e ' : 7 TuiATnu. There is no abatement in the interest felt by o.ir citizens in the acting of Miss Kate IVnio and Mr. l.'y n. Another rpl''ndid audience was present last m;ht, to are tlirra in the great sensation drama of the " Hidden Hand." Misa IVnin'a Cit...

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 October 1863

X -a- ,-e- y r r tr f - f S tfreecIom ad Nationality, i. y. nr.nvrAi,v.4ttoT. THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 2!. 1SC3. - im in Clncinw.tl 0rMif. I,t.t?r from Knst Teniif r. Fnyrest of Military Ojpcratim3-Pra')ect9 ' tVeS Future Urownlmo and Maynard Visy Favor Immediate Emancipation in 'ait lenntstte. of , , KSOXTILXX, Oct. 10, 1?G3. Mjr dispklchf to-day fcdvisod yon tint the Nsrnacl Jones csmpsien into Western Virginia, with tbe view of obll terttinf; that miichieroas Msjor.Orinerai f and hit rebel Array, wii soout closed. rWe he not taken the salt work or ob- liinod a fortified foothold amid tbe mountain passes at Glide Sprier,, as we devoutly hoped to do, but we have driven tbe enemy out of liast Tenor net', les troved the railroad from l'ristol to the aooth fork of the Huh ton river, and do tnolltihed three loeomotivel and fifty can. Thia last achievement, bowever in jurious to the enemy, ia much to be re- t irretted on our own account, since it wis by no means a military nccmgity, and 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. — 30 October 1863

-vr NasmttUe. rJ : Slatto fewtt t 'nil .: ii : ..j U u vs: .-. .. . . .( ,.. . ., PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICX STREETS. . ..it . t : VASIJVTLLE TKKMfcSEE. FRIDAY. OCTOBER SO, 1863. wi 164. gjjsaiinia- $ttiou. Hcgru la.au rrect Ion In IJeomia j The Jillefgcil!c (Oa) JUcfirdrrjB: Fiahtcen DfRrOfi hve bfn lodgrd in Oprt Hancock couutj, for combi ning and attempting to excite luaurree tion. They bad been holding secret meetings snd plauning matters. In all, about one hundred in number are 'wpli catcd. All the ringleader! Lave been arrested. Their operations . have been exteii; Vy had committed. uijx depredalions--thiTiDK, It'Lli".?, crmnit off calf I), 'V-o. A ft'tmaltxuuination tt ,themaMer vlU probabl lake place W week, and an example made of thrm: There ia strong reison to belicys that during the coming winter, there will be nmnerona white as well as black insnr reclions throughout the rebellious States. Thero is a li...

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 October 1863

H'nsjjVtllf Inion. For Freedoin Mid NallousJjtJ. 4? fflKltCft ", l-MtOt. FRIDAY WORSIN'O, OCT. no, ISC'). A llingrrom OrgaalzaUioiit Kcu'jku Stout,' company K, COili In diana v-lunleers, convicted of desertion and the murder of Soloman Hoffman, at 'Midiion. Carroll county, Indiana, on tl.e ltlli of March last, wag (Lot on Friday last, Hie 23i Inst. Htuut 1 ft a statement, which is pub liahod iu the Sardubkj papers, from which we extract the following : . J ataid with tnv company and regiiueut until Norember 'i't, 18(VJ, when we (jot a furlough to jo home the regiment Laving been captured at Crane l'.iycr, Kentucky, and parolfd ai prisoners of war. We were scut to Indianapolis to be exchanged and draw armi again. All the mon of tli regiment got furloughs for a few titty to go Lome to , their ftienda. I went home and stayed but my ne, and then atartcd to go to my regime Dt. I went aa far at Lafayetto, my wifo and hor sist.T going aa far aa Daytou, Indiana. I took aick at Lafayette, an...

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 October 1863

ag3aaaOTwBgsagTJRaaj w sta stohrilU Pinion CD HUDAT MQUNINO. Hi;!' 30, 1803 Taking sdvsntage of a leisure moment TeUfdy, Pid Ti,it 10 ,he "or of Messrs. Camkbok, Kmoht & Co., corner of Desderick street and the public square. TLii establishment is now one of the B,oitpoplraJ feshionsble reiorU of L-jirs wishing lo eupplj thrmselvc-s willi br.uliinl and elegant dress goods; end :. i.ni natural thkt this should be the case, v""! bmi. ner, il n lJ merchant, who has had ex experience in the wholesale busi . r rf n I V. n aaKinp Ti a t-1 ueis in New York, and is an excellent I he judge of goods j but he is also an arttst though the Federals numbered but eigh f extraordinary skill and cultivated tj, and Cooper had nearly three hundred, ' a . 1 m rl Mnvltail. nainlap 1 it . . n . . tte s lanuecajio yu." . oe .!.ioi t nnriraled which adds eminent j to the advantage! he possesses in the (election of his goods. This is evidenced in the beautiful combination of colors, and tbe richness and ...

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 October 1863

FreeJom uil attonaiity. t- r t t - - - - - Ji:-f recucji re rtnr. TRIDAY MORNING, OCT. 30, lfiCl. Conervailm and Whlur. Wa I notice of tha gi-ntHng of "I wo UrrtLof fine wh!kf?" to ona of our Bfi'adier-Opnerl. Wa Wt like llies. double brrlea wuinney unoivnn. Louisvtl't Juunrnl. Ho it K,,c1U, JouroI i jealoui of hit liqoir privi-)r)-i. 1U hi no notion of letting ' oar llrigclir-Oener!" Ret roo4 wLitke if he cn prerrnt it. lie dislikei doublo berrtlled whiskey drinking Brigadier, kit hough erery time Lb pecri into hi gl.Vrj fIU desperately in !)vo with k Bik barreled whiekey-tlrinkirg eJitor, as the enamored Krcinis did with hi own face, when ' f ' r 11 lionised lo soolilt alulo i.i t'i. brook." What the old toper lid in bis eye when he wrote the abcre squib, may be readily seen by reading the following letters addressed by him to the infamous guerrilla , robber and murderer, JelT Thompson, of Missouri1 i- ft ' - i 1 ': Louisville, Kv., fli pt. 15. lo the Military Ommmdml nt Si. Iauiv...

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 October 1863

I -.- IS h -- - - r -- , . K T-- r . - " : - r. . )W.t tijBfaWWW ' V T :". :V "s ' ' ! . & UV8T s ;.. " r " ' i -. . 7 .. '.":.'7''" - ' 1 n r n f v; :vr . :. ii ili I l;! : PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICS; STREETS. 4 4 - " VOL II. NA-SjiYlLLE'.'i''f'RE.' SATURDAY,' OCTOBER 31, 1S63.: 1 1 No 1C5. 1 nW (jj ($ ff iv .. -- . 'V k,A A. i . . j j " . i i ii ii Ciiattano:oa, Tkmx., Oct. 17, 'C3. Ai7fr Ktshmlle Union: Sir, In looking over the Uniom, of the 10th iriit., I noticod ft Somewhat lengthy account of the battle of (.'hkkamauga, writlon,lT l orrpoiidf ptof pe-'Cin-citinali uM'i, v'io, judging j Unfit lhj Urir of th ftffii l', vyas ftot on the fieldj mkriujrji'Listfl '''near- -lieu: tlifljfclio'ij' strife was rijiog. Will you please 1 low Die to tuftke ft few rcuiaiks in rrgftrd to the conduct ot General Nrglov'a di vision rhich, says the correspondent, wai thrown into conlaaion and diaorder. I littler myaelf that I...

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 October 1863

-pispllf Pinion. for k'readom .ma NatioatUty SATURDAY MQBNINU, OPT. 31, im, l ruradail'. KrCf ci Army ) loHn llntw It JOwimed mog(tler.. Trneilall'TrlMiulrti for r n iii eoAllcmpt to Control the Sewpper Nnuipapcr Jlmo " pif.l'.plisre CTtr tha Arm Nnvsr was a grosser impoHition rr titJLJiori'tiit) pnliliq than tlio f-rctonre ltlMe. . a'qUcs. originated, organised, conducted sud conlrollod lf Trttesdsil was eijher ijotSBry or useful in detect -ing iljogtl practices, arresting muggier, 6 'preventing , correspondence with the enemy. The organlzatiou, there is strong reason jo. believe, was designed by its auiUur 4o subset va piivat finds, while ill reputation fur promoting the welfare of the army and the good of the nalioa wit manufactured by a cunningly wrought tissue of craft and deceit. Ono signal instance f ihe node jn which Trutsdail arrested grangglrrYwo will prcaeni as an illustration of its tvliold prbcecdure. Tho "Annals; of b(j. timy of tho Carahtr land." writ ten, by, a membe...

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 October 1863

a1 A u lint Irnnl. tWt from tho front irtntinacs no Tlie lit been ttie ci fr, vrnt rebel stem to bt with- Th Jrtwn frntn Lockout ' Mountain, afltf tiinlr n detvoring v reacn our uinuni- Bcnti wilh their Latteries. Howard's fcorpi, and a portion of - no hire croaied tha Tenneasee do rirerj and it alia reported julrr dsj that our troopa hold Lookout Mountain- 1 " .'. rrrmalen Wauled. If II. M. Smith. Sergeant Major ItHh U S. Infantry, should aee this, he will plea send in bis address immediately. II, was conneWd'wilh tlen. Thomas's eummand recently.; . If he is trick or wounded, will some one let u know; wilbout delay ? a) o a Hospital No. 3 must be a No. 1 hospi Uljudging from the number of eulogis tic letters which its patients sena ns in priise Of it surgeons, Doctors Ueilow, Kercbeval, Iieed and Wallace. Let every lurgeon be ambitious U merit the .rati-, tad of the sick soldier in the hospital. mm mm "Young Soldier's" letter, giving an ac count of tho battle of Chickamauga, was re...

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 October 1863

KrrayrsreCT;TOCTvr&rrraTO mini n i iiaktuiTAWggs , )a?5ltvUlc Pinion. Vriedofll Anil KatiouftlKj- r t -t .c.nopmnsDGos! iir a ' SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 31, 'C3 Wrlttea for the Nashville Union. 1 -n.riiat viMar ond Vice, If it he true thAt tbe greatness, the , the .uccca, and the .talilitj of a Katwif jUtiend npou;lbj morality of ', a jieoplf, then indeed have we jdnt cauae In tear fur the jotmj; tima. who are now in (ha .orvice of Abjir country. . We are uot goiou.tV enter opo a dissertation iu regard to the character or mural status of our offidor. that would make a chap t?r of it. own but we da wiah to uy a feVrorJa rofpcctifiS thoa with whom we arV ntorejcloicl allli d, aud fur ahum, piirhapa, we have more ajmpalliy and a heart-felt regard. '' " ' We, in the araiy, (tho otit of the ar my do, at "a matter of coiirae,") ate apt to i. m"ite a ;;rcat deal of wickodnt-aa wAS a loldior'a lift-; but it need nut be o r-ii ehuuld not bo. so. Aiiuy uiaci pline etlucatea im to aoine alin...

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 November 1863

t MUST tow eU ; 1 1 l IB Lsf. I I IB A. H 3 I I I s PUBL1SUKD BY AN ASSOCIATION OP PBFNTEB9. OFFICE ON miNTERS ALLKY, BETWEEN UNION AND DKAPFTJCK STEKETrt. VOL II. NASHVILLE. TEWSSEE. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER If ; l.' NO 107. j i h h i t l h i in ei i m I II in I M LHlrdnr''nrva,,,,, Ua r,"'u tint I am ol ll .; rniiient. The Chicago Tribune Hon. tu-ci-n Anderion, Congressman clett ftom tbe I irat District of Kenluckj: In the lint of member of the 33 th Ooa KreM, published in oar columns ft few Uayi since, Hon. L'icirn Andcfsun, Itep resenUtive froul the Kentucky 1st Con gregtional District, was classed ft Border SUte mn, who would go into the cau cus of neither party. The Ole Conoty (111) Reporter syi this claenrfication does injustice to Mr. Andcrsoft. It Las pood authority for eeying that Mr. An derson is an Administration man, of the most radical stripe, lie is in favor of all the measures of the Administration, and will Tote with the Republicans for Speaker. lu conDrmation of this stat...

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 November 1863

Jnsplf Pinion For Freedom and flfttionsJity. a. u. WKiio.it. i.dit.r. TUESDAY M0RNINO, NOV. 3, 1HC3. Mj A bollll oland Hint Abjlltlo. Ths ido cnnot be too deeply imprei icd upon tbe publio miiwl tbt8Uvcry is neither the Stte, nor part of any Rlste. It constitutes no psrt of tbe government of Tcnnense nor sny other .Slave Rlale, so-called, although it has been the con trolling power in them all formally years. Slavery il simply domestic system, which bi corrupted nd perverted the BUte OoverrnneiiiS, just ss tho Mormon Church might do in course of time, if it wero transplanted from Utah to Tennes see. Tbi fact admitted, it follows clear ly, that Hlavery may bo destroyed with out destroying or impairing tbe integrity of State in tbe least, or diminishing its power. Tbe authority and jurisdic tion of the State so freed from the mere domestic system of Slavery would be ss ample and vigorous as ever; nay, it would be far more so, as is indisputably estab lished by the example of New York,...

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 November 1863

fgggBB83EBMK2&&tSSSS3SrSBJl IJtohviHc Pinion TUESDAY MOIININO, NOV. 3, 13C3. Foot Orw is We ro requested to stato that as the Northern mail cow ar rives at r P. M., the Post Ollice will be closed at thai hour. At toon as the mail is distributed, the box delivery will le opened, say from.1' past 7 to past 8 P. M. The office will open at half past 7 A. M, and close at &P. M. The box delivery will re-open at Lalf past 7 P. M., or s soon thereafter as the mail is distributed Tbe pesienger train on the Louisville and NliviIlo Railroad departs for Lou isville at 7 o'clock, A. M, and arrives here at 5 P. M. This is a Uieirabie im provement. " The Circus" is coming and und.-r tie direction of Levi North, an old favorito in this "neck of the woods." The great show bills aro attracting the attention of thousand of admirers amongst (lie little boys, contrabands, ft uf. Sunday morning the weather was so cold ice formed in the guitars. Yester day morning the change was reumi kahle, t...

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. — 3 November 1863

TlKWi, e Freedom and Nationality. ' H. C. lUEKCIIItt Editor. Otr('annirr wt f'"l", " w ' W. minreiirn ll vulm v our puipo. W mnat b'-bnld no objects nn oiirVoonliy, And oot l'k cl M "ullfiil. Ho tit afirlflce ascend lo heaven, Aad draw down rnolmon her evciuiut.v . Tli'T never 'nil il", In treat csuse ( the block may w as thvr re Their briuls rosy .ldi n In the sun, tlirlr limb lie slrupf ta city KM". nd rntl ; Hut still th.-lr plrlt walks abroad. Tbwgh yi at l-lapss anil others stare u dark it d in, They but aiiRment tho d-ep I""' wei'ln tli"H'ts Whli li nvrpower all other, aiulioiului t The worlil t Insl to frredotn. The Halt of freedom Holla nwi rd! Fboh East Tkknesske. Lieut. Col. J. li. Itrowrtltm, of the Ninth Tennessee Cavalry, arrived in the city day before yeaterday, to obtain cluhting and quip inents for his regiment. He informs us that there is no doubt but that Kast Ten nesse e will adopt immediate measures for emancipating lis slaves. Over eight thousand recruits have, ...

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 November 1863

iwagwroreragg iuujuuw t,.t w, u jm,..i i.Baj,amuaMiaaiiiiipMw I T 'MtT!i fifd tf :JI, . rfl rr ,.:,! ' "feM OfJ jr O PUBLI8UED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF FlilNTERS.-OFFICB ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADKIiICK STREETS. - VOL II., ,. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER i, 1863. - NO ICS. Siastaiilt -Samoa. C t Important Itratiilntloiia. IlEAiiWDAliti:liVi"il'-i lrXM 1'''5ts I C'llATTANOOIIA, ( let. 'A lM'i. S A work, of eimecfal in'crtut La just ruailo ila appearance auiilK tho dillVrcnt cotaiiiands constituting thisy srmy. r It liai tot In object (ho hoiU t orii.H'ifc of fli tlifli-rent department rtotv in tlite Held, and on many pointi of interest txl presses lue view! and wislu-aoi' the couil liisiidiiiij general : . ' j KillUfilNQ PAUTTKi - .1 : . Foriging parties will, in all eas, 1. pent out iu charjrfi of a commissioned ollif cer, who will be held responsible, for th conduct of the guard, teamster, and otbers accompanjiftK the train, and wil ice lliat no drpredaliuns...

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 November 1863

"or Freedom and MatiOn&Htj. s. . nKiit i ii, :iit. WKDNEiDAY MOR.MNO. N"V4 WT. Iitrniin HaaUcali. , The Prsa of jasUtday . contain" a ioiirrillouf.' paragraph against wliaMt - ' styles the German Itadicals. When the editor shall hare rendered a tithe of the ; rvice to Lis country which its citizens of German descent and nationality have mudttred in this war, he cm write black guard paragraphs, and ill-mannered . ariauts with a little hotter right than he Uvea dow. Tbe German radical, as he style them, although without thq slight est Jdsajof what radicalism means, have fought on every batlle-fkld in the present mi J r a it it They saved Missouri to the Union, by. arresting the traitor Ulaiborne 1. S, Jtokson, in his conspiracy, and forcing I m trt nr tha K it. 'I tin lnnnmrv til I onr German population has enriched and beautified portions of every State in the Union. They are indastrioof. enter- Tbcy are ind.istriouf, enter- priaing and tuiud their own bnsincss Tho Uormani have) ...

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 November 1863

NOV. 4 18C3. "'I bo ' Letter Lilt" will be found 01ir papi-r this ninrning. . The weather yesterday dmp and disagreeable. was iioonijr, Where do ll tto 'lieoptfl come from Ih.t throng our sheets at present? Mote"refugce troin Ueoigia and Ala bsroshaTe rrivedin Nashfille within the past twadtv A lady from Uunlsville, Ala., gave k letter to a gentleman of this city, some days ago, to deliver to the United Status Marshal. Will he Uud Hover? Seejbe catalogue of packages adver tined by the Adams Kxpress Company this morning. A great many persons ai interested in it. It is rumored that thedecieion of the U. S. Court in the cauie of the Hepulj. liean Banner printing office, will be de livered to-morrow. We bear of some life or six fisticuffs (bat camo off Monday and Monday uinbt. Oo to the front, gentlemen, and cuol yourselves off on the fi1d of Marr. . . A letter from Oallatin to the Cincin nati Commercial says Gtorge Baber, visited that town one day lant week, and was arrested and put in...

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 November 1863

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