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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 5 November 1863

H 1 . J i ..' -t . . ... .H' IT V -JP ll f is isinilk . . hIS: IP will ML -i'iinv !,,'-! -r t-rr-f PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON FMNTEES' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEBICK STREETS. . : .. i NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1863. NO 169. VOL II. .. u I 1 ft"" . lUe Missouri Democrat ctiiitains a roiuimiiiication, fxposiiiR some of Frank l'.lair's transactions while in command of divisiun.iu HisHiHgiptii He and hi ,uir sent irford.-i' to ' Nt. hnnif fur the following articles: ,,,.,, - "i'Xt gallons f lirandj, 2- gHoim of Whiskey, S2'J5 half-barrel of Alo, 2'25 , xn lt -Catawba, ISM; box! effort t 'besides innunurttlU? -cka j of ugars.elc, etc.'' The party to whom application was . u: a l. r. 1 1 .! l.l.l . I nuue innnniieu uiur iui-ivn tt ,uK vm . I1 cM nf brnT, W1 ' ... I,. !-.. uf whieKey, K'n-Kiuk.n, III H... ge package, ol' Ml, Ut 0 'i I tl cii." m uf Calitwlia wine, at 4 4 ,. 21'- of Clnret wine it i It;a bei, of cigar, el Si..... M crint a nl' 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. — 5 November 1863

Mbillf fttim 1' For Freedom nd nationality. . v. hkiici:i( i:emre THURSDAY MOBNINO. NOV. S, 18',3. Colonel A. II. Markland, we are happy toiUto, it in Nathville. We Lope ho will toon have mail facilities furnished to people of Middle Teniicttec. Xkw YuRi" Electiosi. Ve are in deLlcd to MJor Crown, raytnnstcr in the Uuiled SUtet Array, for the follow tug ditpalcb, received by him yesterday ' ltoCUE8TF.il, $f. Y., Nov. , 1S03. i limjir D. D. S, Brown: ScoGcId is elected connty Treasurer by twelve hun dred iujonty. Motitoo county and Ntate 40,000 Uuiou majority. 2000 governor Ncj-mour. In October, 1H01, in ft speech delivered in Mechanic' 1111, Utica, Oov. Seymour laid! If it ia true that slavery niiiht be abol iihod to lave the Union, then the peoplo of the South should be a. lowed to with draw lheuiselvea front thid Government This Govtrvor Seymour of New Yoik it the Magnus Apollo of the Conecrvatn es Seymour is an Artful Dodger, lie is a ahullling two-faced politician. Hueing that t...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 5 November 1863

a 1 TIlUI(SUAY"MORNlNarNbvi-ri8C3. The weather yesterday wi mild and balmy; toople"" for Novirub.r. We are indebted to Mr. J. II. y?tt, M.ssenRff of the Adam Express, for files of the latest Louisville and Cincin niti vtytrt. m 0ir young friend, W. C.Collier, inp plied u last tveniug with the latest news i.suera. im Recorder Shane tried thirtytwo cases yesterday. The drunkardl were aa usual largely represented ' Avry neat and elegantly arranged drug-itjre, it that kept by Mr. E. E. rjoodlett, on the S-inare, next door to r.ILoiin'a corner. Ilia Btocl ia very elect, and will aoon be large. It ia of the bod selection. A correipondent hai sent ui a copy of the Atlanta (Cla.) CunftieraiyM the 23d ult. It contains na news. A theatrical advertisement aya W. U. Crisp Las charge of the Atheoivum at Atlanta, and also theatres at Montgomery and Mo bile. Trice of admission at Atlanta, par qneUe $2 ; upper tier I 10 ; colored gal lery $1. . Xkw Thsatrk. Las evening the new Irish drama of "Killy...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 5 November 1863

4.. e-l SjUnslaiUc Virion. L I " ' " - Freedom nd Nationality. M. lr.H'i'- Mllor. ( orre-n o of the Naehville Union. From tbo front. All n ilot her. l pree-nt. have taieii.h-.t ur 'Tffir.pinit.oi.v. W ,l..lon.r, ftl;V. HcVaeV have retrained " """"'i '" reived a-dHpalcli '"'m Kl'limr.n.1 callii.g h.m bai k Imme.ll.l'ly; kenc. '" pr.-.:it.trle nlreat. il. was ft-Kitiusi )il by Bu'kti'.r. Tn. whole of l-oiigsin-ei's corps ire repirte.l s marehlng toward HI' brnon.l, owing to D expected bitile. Th troops were all el.rtlieu b for. 'lariiog. Tb S cause! cousidera I III 'aiding among tbe other troops, sod had It not b.-ii lor i h prewnc of "Jell, ' regular ruiupje would bar lak.su pluee. deserters ar coining la dally lioin brans irmv, and repert IIib men as in di-iirljl-f cnn'Uiion. bav. ttK itbav '. anr hil, and hut wiserab y taltereJ cluthiatf. They wv tint llrerg it taking every ihirg lis Ati lay bands nil, Irnmpectlr f pnrly. I'ntou au.r ttcoe.h Miru nil treated alike, aud Kragg't "" d...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 6 November 1863

' ' , .. .. . : ' ' ' . . i : ,' ' - . ... . , , ' " - ' ' ' Z ' ' r ' ' ' " ' '' " " " - !i V t ..... , s ' -Vgg?!Kmtr.itt-iVva-2-n. . , ' , , . ,L, n. ,, , . , . ,. i,..,h.i n " , a ' ' 1 ji 111 i i!J in i wi'i'ii w u. i. i j ir ' . ' - f ( .... " yVrM I i PUBLISIIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRTNTEES ALLEY, BKTWUKN UNION AND DRADEEICK 8TBEET8. vol ir. NAPIIVILLE. TENNESSEE. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1803. NO 170. I gjasliville ' i in: (IttariBovrioN act OK ihgi. Opinion if Jinlses, Catron and til) .'..ic. ; MSil ( ft i ' ' ' I r , ill. 1 k . . t I The I ii Had fctteJ v. IScpubl Icun liuiiuir ille,c, No. ft. ... This causa ii ubiuilUtl. to the court iijioa motion to iaash tbe iri(oriutiou liled by tin United Slates Attorney, upon tli ground thst the reaTestat mentioned tlirrein il not subject taseisoir byvir tue of the act of AuguBt C, ltitil, under which (be proceeding in Ibis causa Las been iustituled. The question, tbcn, to be decided by tbia court ii Does the act of A...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 6 November 1863

(1 For Freedom and lUtion&Uty. . v. neiiC'Eii, editor. FRIDAY MORNING, SOV. C, 18CJ. Tte I'rlnttnir Ofilce Casts. We mentioned last week thst the United .'l1'" Court wss engaged in hearing the argument in a suit of the United States against the lU'publicau Canner Printing Office and Ileal Estate, libeUsd for jbooflscstion under the act of Auguif f5, 1801. The opinion of the 11I I coWt was delivered yesterday. It over- raltitf tljo ', JnoUoi) of .thd defcndanU' w s counsel to Quash the libel of informs- t on, and sustains the law. The opinion was pronounced ty Judge Tri0'f, Asso ciate Justice Catron concurring. The opinion is a brief and lucid 'exposition of the law, and will be found at length on tha first psge of tbe Union of this morning. Under this decision there can be no doubt about the confiscation of the property involved. Tbe Danner oncern, and its confederates the Union and American, aaaolte, Patriot, Sec-, may lie regarded a on the high road to con II j- catiou. '"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. — 6 November 1863

c flilDAY MOBNINU, NOV. fl , 16C3. W re 8'n indebted to Collier for lit newipipere. The editor and publisher! of the Ukiok vt under many obligations U the band . .. . io,l. MIV,t.v. t,. Ihe mn. " Tw V7.d ni2ht for their ucumiiu.p.... - i benefit. Long lire ana anumisureu pros perity to Eastman and hil band, say we. The Circus continuri to draw. Neith er the rain, nor the mud, nor counter at traction nor rivalries, nor jealousies, can interfere with iU success. It la the people' tihow, and the million will "ate it" whatever tlee lurna up. The stand in! of the amusements it maintained iliere't nothing like a falling off and the proprietors dou't intend to permit any ilop backward. Oo, reader, and erj3y yourself to-day or to-night. "We with we bad come here atGrst," ii the invariable exclamation of persons inking good and beautiful furs when tbry are thown Green &: Green't ttock. We bava been looking at a!l the houses md bavo aeon nothing like these goods." lVriont seeking ladica' ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 6 November 1863

t ! i i 'J t 1 L I melinite atuioiu Freedom and Nationality. . J . . IKkiiii tbo llalllinor. Amc'rlcim ) The Oa.tr Maryland toward lir arlfa. ' Prospective t'ret Mat. In rellion to the pronpr-cHve chngci In the lyitctn of Ubor in. Maryland, no ticed in our last issue, there are matter' of , additional iutortst ir connection therewith to which we propose to cull the attention of our readers, whilst the tibject if jet fresh in the nund of all. No, one pan note the aigni of the time., witli figatd to the coining election, and iiol b convinced, wo think, that the call for a Convention is to carry by, at least, a handsome mjority. The correspond encejust published between the 1111 orahla Chairman of the "State Central Commiitae" and Mr.Mafllt, seems alone conclmite of this: because, when the only A'avUnsibla ppom-ntaf MrfiJotdu.) borouvh concede ai last that there is no vasiwUal diilurence Uetwiatlhe two plat forms. , tha people of the .State tho taunuli and tried Unionist! who recog ni9...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 7 November 1863

r c , ... . y rl 1 i i 1 yN I. 1 ' Vj Y A 1 S , 3 IIS k w a i FUBLTSIIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWKEN UNION AND rKADKRICK 8TB8ST8. VOL II. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1863. HO 171. ' 41 H nf . IV.ly y i F "' i - ' y !.-..- t i vr 1 v. ,l.. ', Ol '111 ' lilt !ltiN( d m- x uch a of Ul .11).. r if roll '' In j r v. . Kill oul I I. at r itig y, in.i rob -i.y I v tt IV uljr : ry icf. 1 the illy ' I Ui III " t nu me ) iu III. "If -. I IU lo I 7 :i I i iy ; ll. ' ... 5 ..I J I,.. - I It! I ..1 i ' t I " I H ...i i .0. s II U' J . I 1-1 ' , : i .4 it tf l.l jr i of Company K, Thirif -wventh laciitaa Volnntors, t tircppat wwiBBt j thft wUm'W itV ilorti-lul fti CovirRtoti, Ky., wril to Mr. nd Mrs. U. MCMay, EdgofieU, thanking tbeui ia U'balf rf , hirnftWf nndoUer for ftttentionii shown I tb:)ri 'Fonit tim iVrjt)t I'.ankin 'oomniii3i thtu TwVhlfci-UtiiS "Ue sick soldier to ..their house and table, j Ind gtiacrouily refusirg any coniiidcrttio...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 7 November 1863

33MSE . i .I ! U'asjjbilli1 Pinion. For Freedom and Bsions.Uty. a. o. nsKi F.ii, i;iitr. SATURDAY MORNING, KOV. 7, 18G3. Correspondent! who read th Union tunit be awars tbat our apace fur trading matter if uite limited. They must bo brief; and write upon subjects of inlrr T tat (' the public. Compliments to Indl- vidmla are valuable kiiowu to the ,rivale circlo only, as wLen paraded If , torn (bv world in a newspaper. . . mi Captain Orlando II. Rosa haa Wen com ";iuiaioned by the I'ost OHice Drpartuit-nt ai Special Agent of tie Department, and baa been assigned by Col. MarLlaiid, (Jcnrral Agent, to duty with the U. S. Army, The appointment of Captain liosa is guarantee that the odkrra aud auldicra of tie army w ill Lava all p"if-i Lie mail facilitiea. Captain Ross waa ti e first niail tneaacnger with the army in the Weat. By uniting energy and inlcg rity of character, be haa ao commended himself aa to secure tbo appointment of Captain and Aid-de-Cainp upon tie staff of Major-Qeneral...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 7 November 1863

A?itM':.m:.i'H. Tniit.-Mf-S,n' fyw, )iim f.tr.'Ilrul nl,u( u- i-onlr.bdSvd (sr.nt! to tl.e ei.L rulumvul f Ih. ig.'lrevessl tlx- thmlrf , diir,n lUf pail Iw.i ki, (u,b.-rll."'lcl.f b, wl , Tut K.,rrni. .at .UgKWHh U.f trH.d,f "l-mtrf M-r,:lV M. vms ll'l"l' " ,1" I""'1'"'' n'' Mr Km,, r a, th Duke. M'-nri. It..nillt r, JoMiui, ArnMI, y.u -re U, Clinton end othr-ra H''"r ,BmoU c'o-o will" H" ,r,ni uf "UnJy Andy," Mr. Kvn IT"'""! HsX. d uttm m' Unuw. I t lim l'vc It. HTuiat- -Mm Uunt Keeueaid lnr troupe r th..f n.g-u.i.t eUlie N- to-SMjhl. TUP pe.f .ruiuicct er " L nd" A.-umuc-'' and Ih. Imb com.!, of Tlly O'R'!-." Both Ms p'ev.J """" ""h tL' Kr'""',""- li.ay cx.t ll"' 10 b" l""1",eJ 10 '''hl ' "' be-1 t) Ii'. Tim CitTt.--Tb.7 drawim qnalllM "f llio Cmn l,n. 'l y'i enuarubtly, ""B r '"y Uu,u"1- '""'"a'1 of dinlniliin, ! crovrda Inrreane. Y'ii'rdny the diiimt tbH bmnd t" in nuJT the hrond fHmd.U(t rinae wee luiinenw. Hie day bright mid .trjlKly and bl wlf''" t"". advening f'f It. l,Mt o...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 7 November 1863

' 1 t r r : ? -- . . . t I J Freedom and Nationality. M. f!. wmtCEHt Editor. CoHnKsrosrENf About Mofioam and inn Mbw Th IUohmond Examiner poblUhei in full the correnpon-lence which hat panned between the rebel (Jom iiiiHuionrr Ould and Gen. Meredith, the Krtit of elolanga on the . prt of tin Federal Government in regard to the treatment of John Morgan nd bin tnn. Oj the 30th July, Uen. Meredith notiliod ihersbola (hit John Morgan and hi of 1 liceTi would be placed in cloafi coniine- r u niPiit, and held as hoila?c for the nifiii bera of Col. ritroighfi command. On the lt of August Oaramicaioncr Ould lent , irutct to this action, alloging that Col. ' j Btreight'a coiumaud were "treated fx- f'actly as the other (lWra held in cap tivity" by the rebels, and adding that in retaiuinK Col. Htreight, .the Confederate authorities bad only followed the ex ample of tha Federal Government, which had "claimed and exercised the rifcht to ,. retain ollloers and men indefinitely, not I .only upon c...

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. — 8 November 1863

ri. LJLegI,mXae gTOMjMAJIM WjWr lA -.. . W I i : i t 1 1 PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF P1HNTER3.-0FFICK ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEBICK STREETS. VOL II. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1863. NO 172. V. t J rT""J r Oo which fide would Henrj Clay be, were he !. to-4 r led ft Tennei-' ire whig, the other day a Tennessee whig, rtio, ftr following, for yews, the ItandaVa ci ilVnry CUy, strayed sway io 18C1 into the Irsasonable folds of se-j cession and disunion. Could he, really,1 haf i felt a ddubt 7 Could lie bcllete, for motnent, that Uoor j Clay ,w$uld be on any other aide than that of hie country for the Unien against any and all of ita foes? Ilia own treachery and cowardice jwt his knowledge t)f tlehUtory of tbel great weatern statesman and orator, urn a I hav suggested the Interrogatory. ' Were Henry Clay,, alife to-day, he would ba found exerting hia' great talenta and in tluence to rebuke treaion and traitor everywhere, and to keep the people of the lo...

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. — 8 November 1863

ITashM or Freedom n-id Hattoselity. SUNDAY MORNING, NOV. 8, C3. A Sliori uniesiDce we rcpnuusncu ircra ii . .ii'i i . astern prints grave charges r Heeling upou the character of Oon. Kosecrans, t&s lata to turn an tier of the Army of (bo Cumberland. The journals, which ha?e iuce most warmly defended (he General, -. inii.i n , alio rcpuuusiiou iuoui. uo soon as l e , renpondcd to the charges, denying thitu eniphalically, we republished Lis re- pome. In the tint plate, it was dim to unr reader! that they ibou'd read aud know what had been laid against Uen Jtotecrani; and in tho lecond place, it was duo to them, and to Gen. Itosecrana Ik matter of jjRtice. that he should be hsard. A few daja ago, we repub ' lished from the Cincinnati Timet a Mat went, with commend), offensive, relative t Capt. J. Bates Dickson, lale Adjutant General of Gen. llosccrans. In both cases ths, .republication was with the same purpose. We should be sorry to think that either ofllcer, or Lis friends, were ...

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. — 8 November 1863

II t i KiU Fisber end hr nnrit ailed etad hr arrived, and will appear at Dutfieli Flynn'e tbeatf, Monday night. Tba remarks of tba UnioM yesterday touching spectators had do reference to properly authorised agent of the gov ernment, , i ,.. t 1 .i'- Mill Laura Kaene and her combination troupa concluded ft three weeks' engage ment at the New Theatre last night. The engagement wai eminently success, ful. The audience! were large, even is the most inclement weather, Miss Keens hat made a reputation here al an accom plished lad, and an actress of great talent and versatility, which will insure her a cordial and generous weluome, should she ever conclude to visit our city again. No lady Las erer appeared on our boards who gate so ncucb and such entire satisfaction. Her troupe is com pote d of Able and experienced actors and actresses, and ia them she has found ready and erer reliable adjuncts. Suc cess to Ler, whererer she goes. . An unusual opportunity is now offered ta rent for 1864 th...

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. — 8 November 1863

5 ,I'Jf-'tW?.aai'-ff4A. ' gUslmllc Pinion, f Freedom vnd Nationality. h. c. wr.itrr.il i.dnor. Jnral Order No. 3i. I!itAr3nBTrR U. H. FortnuO NashvilW, Tenn, Nov. lit, lStJJ. , I All Ofilcr-rs not on duty at Ibis 1 out, will Imtoe diately roport t the l'roTOdt Minhtl'iOinof, in tbs Cspitol Bmldmf: nd rf(?iilT their nime, rnk,commnd where stopping, snii bj what snthority tboy r here. , , II. Herfter, la Ika of reportinn kt these llesdqtiarters, all OMers arriving; iu this city will report snd register their names t sbove. Ill On urenentiiiff their orders they willi)a furnished with ccrtillcste of remitter snd pass through the city. ' All nmnri f.innrl in the citV without thtee pspers will be arretted ud sent to lueir regiments. 15y urdsr of Drie.-Oen. It. 8. GrtAVdKn, a ii .1 Uouimnainn j osi. W. KEVIN, ' uo3-2w. Capt. and A. A. O. e m ...... . IlRArvnABTEKR U. H. FonKR Js'ashvii.le, Tknn., Nov. 12, 1H03. S ciikh.ah i fAlI persons hating Forsgo sbove (he amount necessary for tbo supp...

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. — 10 November 1863

!''--1 '-'). Y. . 1 1 T ' ' y av . r " ' . . ' .... - , ; I .a .11 .. M Yi -JU- v M il X,V LI rJT Mtr-m. i . bold, "yetom. lb. lowing fPw. "ue of irr.iiar V.. In m in Alfrad i nijr ' tt oVeer. !. tree, KA IoUii : in no iO.N'. . 84.1. tuufh o m ineui wy. I'Pf If inast 11.11,, r kit. I., Ml I x. toblnf I lib, ft inaa IUmui ir Dial Hart iiiitr, U.tliJ 1 (eal 1 m Cf.V. Tho. J bv iM ooly rurj I ir mar I Uf lb r i boll, I IWHlu I ,H ? a etiita roN. .w l.ch umtuw ' atub 1 only koee to uJ u rtkuiMW. WlHlM UAR. i nil TiM nJT i or out ids ftr t a all b v II mi t t'lty, r riliuK, '' lr.li of tlvM Cl.ikl, I, cow C4rrHf lo bura ilwob IKIwu tier u In one, UuM lu Kill I'T tuuU Mir iltf I whilr m itm t no a luilo protil OMtlA : u,wb ISC w tim- ly.M .' lijr ui tlf PM( v.rjr i or V rob. Km IM LblrU m iui i,l'L, ..l.li i .mlly. . turtui kiuiw i( I. I li. lt. , i porltfie ,ckH "I i , will M- TI.I, for K 4 lUKIU. i ,imv f , fl- ' ui ilwt , bmw io li'e Ik r .,." SUldtrtf. roS-l to ! lu lio'- lllillf a4" ...

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. — 10 November 1863

I" . , V f r if Jr"or freedom rind Nationality, a. v, nKiti i.it, amT TUESDAY MOnNINP.yQV. 10,ISC3.j "Why ca' Tnnf8P, wbsn ,tbe Union wniy U-xcluivc)y doitiinaut,' L a Unlou civil gotfrnuifnt, Ac V J'rnt. Tbia question it put to u by lite I'r. 't witb ioine igniflcanee. It it jint to nt with tbt evident asiuraaco Uit tbert it tome rraton known to na why thil it not t dope. Jt It pat, too, with tbt apparent . k I T - ' 'ititinilatlon tbat the present govirnuunt of Tcnnettoa Is responsible for t!i"wah( .of regular civil Rofernment in Tennese aee. It is done, too, with an evident air of satisfied assarance that tbt people of Ttnnestee hav been ready for this great m6vement," and that their "effort! have f been lhwred by,thp military govern nient, ... If tha Trett dot not mean this, what does it mean? Assuming, then, that it ullcri this complaint against tha prtseu , v : governmeui, wa wotiia call upon our . neighbor to answer bow such a govern luent could Lave been inaugurated Tltre , ...

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. — 10 November 1863

LED wee, S Dl teer, Wi lktl Seearel aula sir IOS ".win tan 8, .t I 1 WUI II xueertj- afcueet rex 's! lei Corpl is,- ilass j tor. id BUMl. Co. j Casos. ooBtraA a .i Ltl..' ItiTVf We" tfiract -; n 4 IBtseli oo duaoi. Ann. i tratj I. u Hr. Oi.b TBfATHt.fThere ws in Im mense gilherln? tt tliii popiilsr piece of amusement Utt evening, to witness Miss Kts Fisher Id M1P-,' ' ' 1 1 - Miss CHi Claiborne, ft Deice of I). order of OenersIR & Ureuger. "Sue wss t mt Incorrigible rebel, nd enrolled her tume to go to Pixie, under the order of Gen. Mitcbell Usi Msy, i quiring cithfoi to tsts either the non-coruUUnls oath ortbeosth of Ueglnce, or dpr$ be- ond the Federsl line. For some resson, or other, tbe did not lesvr, but reutined ,ud sbused tbe leniency ol the wiiiury author itic- m , m ' ! Oar friend, Dr.Colemsn, Cherry-street, who recently msde flying trip to Cin einnetl,tis returned, nd it resdy to (tend to bis Ptient. He ! wy ikillfut practitioner, nd one of the most uccssfuL i 'TbeBret...

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. — 10 November 1863

.- fagssrirs-g - SftiWliviilc Stwan. i L..t f-.i. - . . -Freedom and Nationality. Oen. Swrtn. lltllnn, ft prnminint rebel, wu csplured in bjtck rrnr Lis rfsidorics in Missouri a IV r (iijs ?". Ilefcsd bcfnrtcruitiris in Misiouusni wss sbont to leiTO for tLe S Aitti. ' The wife of Oen. Oilerbtu Jif i nl i-er residenre in St. Louis on tLe o h iust. ' TL Mexican xpdilion lias aUckdy ' cost the French $1M.OC!),000. The Legislative of Virginia bus parsed lsw providingfor tho punilum ui f tiii' ', when Convicted, by whiplci? s tbs public wblpping post. . Tuo Sonlb, is relapsing into barbaiism. .TriT Dtfis wis" hf si lily ktsHc A on Lii rrivsl at Selufla,AU , by a rebel petli cjs (here. The Fm(kusour,d?d Itrolj ,t!;e struct , 1 i Ir.o a pist,l. "... , It is stated that Mi?s Hlidi-U, tho "dsngb'tr cf the robel ambafad;r, is shortly, to be married to M. Erlarger, the , (Jo;if icrata loan contractus ' A jealous woman ia Waahiagton cov. f'bidad her husband for dancing; wiih an lutberjady, and ...

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