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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 17 November 1863

rr?.. i f.i . : . v -e , ' ' I "'mliif-r --i .-.!. ' L. i . . rUBLISnKD BY AN ASSOCIATION OP PBINTKRS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN tTKION AND PKADERIC& STREETS. NAPHVTLT.E. TENNESSEE. ' TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, ISPS NO 179. VOL TL NEW STORE. NEW GOODS. G. Rice '.;& Co.y ' " ' "AT " : . :' : THOMPSON'S OLD feTATJD, . No. 59 ' COLLEGE STREET. ' ' WK are jnat opening Urge tock of iffiOO DS, .: j""' ,ii 't MUliug nt the lataft, .'. .. . , 'irJP-OHTATIOHS. PRINTS, i Ag vtrtaty.edtot. lb htt n.ak.. V BLEACHED & UNBLEACHED niacK Silk, ' Irish IJncii, etq- ! Auw.cobftant'y no hand a good aaeertmeht of I. A IH I V ANJ CSENVS , , F u r n is hi jag G o o d s. , full enpply of Hoots, hoes, Hats, Notions, Hoop-Shirts, etc An man 'other1 wrt'clen too trdtwn to mention. nil aatlefai linn l guaranteed to ail who will tavor u with cull.' Our m .tn Being . Quick Sales aud Small Profits. G. KICK & cm, 'At TUoeipaWe Old Ptaud, No. 60 Collet it BUgM-lf. ' . '. ) ' -1 .'. lit . 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. — 17 November 1863

' l'as)billp ciVman. For Freedom ad Hatior&Ut. . v. nriM Fii, i ur. TUESDAY MOKNtNO, NOV. 171833. Cnnipllmtnt to (iotirnr Johiuon, Heveral tlaja ago, a number of promi nent citipni, on bebalf of tlicir loyal brethren of this city, presented to Uov. .fclituon a niaguilicent eilvtr service, con BiHtlii? of a tnissire talver, pitcher anil goblet. The correspondence wLicli oc tutreilon tlieoccaaiun ii subjoined. Tbis . nouJid tropby was manufactured tj oreler, iu New York, it of beautiful de aign, riobly and elegantly finished. The metal, like the character of the distin guished loader of the loyal hosts of Tin uesaee, is of the purest quality, having Stood the, severest and hottest tests to which crucible was ever subjected. And no compliment was ever moro worthily bestowed. Governor Johnson has dis charged the duties of his high and re sponsible positions with the best of mo tives, with enlightened zeal, and a desire to subserve tho public good. Many there are who, in tho past, bi...

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. — 17 November 1863

1 TUESDAY -MORNING, NOV 17, 18C3. "M. D. " will find another budget of letters on our desk for him. Yeiterdsy w a gloomy day, bnt net pirticularly unpleasant. ' j ' ( , Sullen wanting supplies of boots, ar referred to the adveitisement of T. L. Ashbridge. lUcorder Sbsne tried thirty cases ia Lit court yesterday. Of these, twenty were drunkennes. There were great many persons from the country ia town yesterday Their presnc wade our streets appear lively. , fHONOQttAPiir. Head the advertise ment of Mr. Dolbear aud avail your selves of hii servicos. He is an accom plished toaober. That was a pretty sharp trick by which Tete Warren was relieved of bia watch. The man who would pick the pocket of a printer il aa mean as Prentice, the Journal lie-beller. Found, iu the office of the St. Cloud Hotel, a purse containing a small sum of money. The owner can get it by ap plying at this office, and paying for this advertisement. novl7 It A large sura of money was stolen from the Circus Saturday n...

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. — 17 November 1863

"Freedcia and Rationality.- H. C. ftaEHCKUt Editor. ' The Legislature of MiMourl haveelrtt r d Hon. H. Orttz Brown, (radical) and IIod. J. B. Henderson, (conservative,) to the United 8lats Senate. IlRArxiUABTIBS COMMIBRION FOR THR THR 1 OOPS V Organization op U. 8. Colored Tito Nashville, Tenn., Mot. 4, 180 ' Circular No. 1. la accordancs with Orders from, the President of the United State, th fol lowing recruiting station! hare baoj tabl.ahed for Colored T'onpi la Um De partment of ths Cumberland: Naahvilla, Tennass-a, Murtreeaboro , UaUatta, , Vartrace, ClarksvilK HbelbTville, Colaoibia, u u u ' u II SUvensou, Alabama. All claims by alleged owners of slaves who snay be enlittt-d, will be Uid-before the Beard appointed by the President, 1 and consisting of - i i The Board will hold ill sersiona at Nashville, Tenn. ltalli and recruiting lilts will be furnished tbo Board for pub lic information and on demand exhib ited to any person claiming that hit or her slate has been enlisted. 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. — 18 November 1863

,' IT MUST IS, ""P, t. '"re! t. rlee l, , . rs. Minn y PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP PRINTERS. 0FFIC3 ON FRINTEB3' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. VOL II. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18, 1863. NO 180. o.. Iltl. f). nature , "2 an, NEW STORE. 5ES. ..i TBOSAii lb dlliM r. lgf4 at. ittanUn Oil It Jut: daparttnvi a.rsm l let loiarrtl , ttladl i, mrJ UlNU .1 i XA1E d eOeefciat cure I OM afJIoit! y bMw,ia i VII I) 111 NEW GOODS. .(LRice & Co., AT THOMPSON'S OLD STATJD, cOLleqebtreet. I Saraiojl :us, 'AKL'H, .Wetall! 3$&. omptlr 1 uf bodi nation m oldiert. timet of ally d I'otorjef the dii trican 1 Will 04 when I loom., 5 Tennef boro, I t p,' Ch - " " WE are Jiwf opt.iiinir a large stock of JiAlUKSMDIlESg ' ' tVn.ftlng of the latent iMPonjAjions. : Pitt NTS, . A greet variety, all ot ths boat make; BLEACHED & UNBLEACHED Domestic, i UlackSilk, Irish Linen, etc U constantly on hand good asaortment of 1 1 J ,; LADIES' ANI GCNT'S Furnishing Goods. - - - . ...

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. — 18 November 1863

BEE53E5 (1 For Freedom and ffationility. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 18. 18C3. Ilam Ouardi. The policy of forming a body of Lome gnards ii a delicate one and involve! more comprehensive view than might at first appear. Ii is one of doubtful pro prist at any time and especially ia a disloyal community. They are liable to become as dangerous to the government as to its enemies. The experiment has been tried in Missouri and most fatally to the loyal men. It was the means re sorted to In Kentucky to carry the State into this rebellion. In A community where loyalty has no deeper meaning than oath taking, it is dilRcult to discriminate between friends and foes. It would not be wise to place arms in the hands of enemies or those that sympathise with the rebels or the rebellion. To discover th genuine union men and organize them is a matter of care and difficulty. It requires time and co-operation. The plan for the organization should be such as to secure the country against abuse. No force bat...

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. — 18 November 1863

! 1 si 8 eld it autl urn ODS ITS.! llankcts, ra large j )rawera, Shetland Merino, ' ilation I r i r Straps. S; ; i. cturers 3, AND led Calf Gloves. LINEN i, very NQ3. ichos ; i i ftC. Of Of- f flue utigue it low i -iville, ajriiiiinral'H 'V " 1 ii " " 111 '' '' UliviHe Linton. WEDNESDAY MOUSING, NOV. IS, 1363. Kecordor Shane disposed of twenty two cases yesUrday. - --...,' We call attention to the advertisement of J. I). Oilman & Co., C3 Uoion-Blree', . who hire jmt cotumencul receiving Piatt St Co.'t celebrated P.sltiruore Oy ten. , A t'tTToN Sale. I ill sell on WYdtiea- day Nov. lSlh, 1H0.5, Iry Goods, plundering the people of other property. ' Boots, Shoes, and U.ta. Also, m'ooi The cit,,nS, on learning that the guer 1 " , .' m. , ' rillas bad again made their appearance. atmk of Urocenea. Merchant are re- sprctfally invited to be on hand. no17--t M. Ii- Ai.EiAKiiv.B. Ladies, we Lave just received thoae Boys' beautiful Cap we promised to show you. They are entirely new in ity...

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. — 18 November 1863

u.Miar aii'.aJ'"caietSi gjtasJivHU Pinion. Freedom and Nationality- k. c, nr.nvrn, i:iiior. HtADgUAllTIEIl COJIMIIO FOrt THE 1 OftdANUiTIoK OF U. H. CU)UKI TimoP V Nashville, TcDQf , Circular jV. 1. In accordance with Orders from tho President of the United Slates, tho fol lowing recruitiDg stations Lava been es tablished for Colored Troop ia the De partment of the Cumberland: Nashillo, Tennessee, Marlrceaboro', " ; Oallatin, " Wartrace, " Clsrksvillo, " Hhelbyville, " Columbia, " BterentoD. Alabama. All claimi by alleged owners of slaves who may be enlisted, will be laid before tbe Heard appointed by tbe President, and consisting of The Board will hold its session at Nashville, Tenn. Pulls and recruiting lints will bs furnished tbe Hoard for pub lic information, and on demand exhib ited to any peraoa claiming that bis or her hlave baa been enlisted. Claims must be presented within ten days after the filing of the said roll. No claimi will be received or enter tained from any person...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 19 November 1863

-r -li.'.iv-i-' aaagTrw irraw toTarr arss CD r,. t. 'I 4.. r,e lo. tri.(. a a PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP PRINTEB3. OFFICE ON PRINTERS ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. NASHVTLLE. TENNESSEE. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1803. NO 181. VOL II. 1 "V?,. sWrg ' III-- ifl fl ! : ' ft 'frVfY a NEW STORE. , .... - t NEW GOODS. G. Bice & Co., at ; THOMPSON'S OLD STAND, No.'59 COliL,EP.E 8TREE T.' WK are Just opening a large sb-ck of i lA'Df H.S TliCHSS ---noons, Cmnlstlug nf tlio talent IMPOBTAT.IPHS. PRINTS, A rct variety, All ulltiu beat nuke; BLEACHED & UNBLEACHED : IMacIiSilk, - : : Irish Linen, etc Also, constantly 'tl bund Kooil assortment of LAIMLV ANI (JILT'S Furnishing Goods! i A full ipp.y4f ', Roots, Shoes, Hats, IVotions, , IBooii-!Shirt:s,ete. And many other articles too tedion to mention. lull satisfaction la guaranteed t all who will tator ua with a call. Out ai .tlo belug , guick Siilea anil filial I Profits. At Tbotnpitou'a Old Stand, No. 69 College at aiiKM I...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 19 November 1863

For Freedom and nationality. . v. nKrtCEU, inner. THURSDAY MOHNINCI, NOV. 19, ISC'. Editorial Carreapondeiict), I'HILIDKLMIA, NoV. 13, 18C3. The consolidation and unitr of the , loyal men of thia portion of the Kry tone HtaU, aurpisi ften Hie opiuioni which I had formed from the triumph ant election of (Jot. Cnrtin. The loyal men are far leta divided on Union issues than I had expected to Dad them. There li not simply a harmony, bat an enthnsi asm of eentlment among them, and their numerical strength is consequently grow Ing tapidly. No fatore- event can ap pear more certain, and very few so cer tain, as the election of a thoraugbgoing, progressive, liberal-minded National President, decidedly and unequivocally opposed to the dilapidated and tuwMiug system of slavery which is the secret machinery, the inner wheel, and tbo main-spring of that misshapen monster, the Southern rebellion that is, if Penn sylvania sentiment be any indec to tha sentiment of the nation. The people have adva...

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. — 19 November 1863

V--2 THURSDAY MOilNJNcL SOW K, lfiC:. Tbrr were nineteen curl tiled before He wider Shane ytiterday. All WM (jaiet in NuLville yeaterday. The grape-vina uttered not a note. Mrth Hyanhammcrata'ibed a loldior badly yeeWday with a knife. lie Lied profusely. . Don't forget the tale of Government Wgon and Wheals, at tho Franklin ibopi to-day. i , A delicious article of grapes has of lata appeared in this market, from vine yards in Ohio. We are obliged to R S. Lukenbill, messenger of the Adami Express for the latest Louisville and Cincinnati pa pers. Oilman & Co., axe receiving supplUs daily of oysters, game, Hull, &o , at thtir depots, Union street and the Market house. The splendid brans band of Lake & CVs Circus gave the Union OtfL'e a de lightful serenade yesterday. Thanks to you, gentlemen. ( The lowar story of the old brick house on Deaderick street, for many years occu pied as a printing office, is being fitted up for a bake shop. We are glad to ledra that the army mail...

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. — 19 November 1863

taajguuMU ua.aUaUXMi sn1iitSlltf atiiimt. I Freedom and nationality. k. v. jnKiter.K i:ditor. ! I' HcADgUADTKM G'OMMWSIOS FOrt THE i Oboanizatiom or U. S. Ci.ohkd Tiwors V Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 4, ISM. Circular A'". 1. In accordance with OrdiTS from the Trosidont of the United States, the fol lowing recruiting station have d'fn m Ublished for Colored Troops in tUo De partment of the Cumberland: - Nashville, Tennessee, Murfreeaboro', " Gallatin, " Wartrace, " f.l.rV .villa Hhelbyville, ' Uolurubia, " .Stevenson. Alabama. All claims hj alleged owners of slaves wb' may bo enlisted, will be laid before the 15rd appointed by the President, and consisting of The Hoard will hold its aeHslona at w i -"ii. n. r i 1 1 . .1 ..,...,; ; n j ami vine, icnn. irau iiminiiuuin lists will be furnished the Board for pub . lie Information, and on demand exhib- ' itod to any person claiming that his or her Hlava has been enlulea. Claims must bo presented within ten davs after the Tiling of the said rol...

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. — 20 November 1863

rjl P mm I 1 I IM n IH 115 ll'J in 11 ti -j WWP 111 4 V s rWV W PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF' 1'KINTEF.S.- OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND PEA.DKKICK STREETS. t . ke- ok- leu- l. i iu .ut HUOl 1 J a.h iui(h VOL TJ. aa mmmmt wiiiihii"" " mm m yMrMn NEW STORE, NEW GOODS. i G. Eice m Co., AT THOMPSON'S OLD fTAWD, No. 50 COLLEGE H T 11 E E T. LA fit 21' S 'otiltiii uf llio latest IfilPUHTATIOriS. PRINTS, A great vanity, ll ol the beat make; BLEACHED fis UNBL13 ACHED fjoim'slir, Irish Lgi.e.i, He; Alo, loi.auntly nn bund n good mmni'tmciil of i.aiii:s' aki a: fi"s F u rui Hliin Goo ds. 1 A full ni-i-'ly of ESools, iSEittCK, lloi-S!iiil.s etc- AimI nniiy otlur urt:clu too Utiliotii to inotitlou, full MitliHhu liiii U KtiaiaiitfeJ t ail who Mill tutor uh wilb n cull. Our nut to Ih'Uiij; Quick Siilt-i iiiwl Sinall PioJWa, Al Thompson' Old tuiul, No. f.9 College at augW-tf. if d..'!f.;-.h? A L.'irso ami well Si'lPdrd Stock f lU It 1ST IT 'UK 33, H it ;ut botu ncolwil, uinl id ...

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. — 20 November 1863

ffosfjlnllf ftlmon. For Freedom and 3atioaaIity. H. '. HtKIK'l "! teUir. FBIUAY MORSIKO, SOV. 20,1303. Tbe Editor of the Tfcfi in hi paper of yesterday find, fault with everjbjdy, whoU engaged in jjuttio"; Uovvn the re bellion, but ho handlfB the rebel with mui.h teuderncsa. Of coure he wilt oppose tho afiBunip tion of rebel lebl, lacans that would ell'ect conservative pockets. lie it particularly hard on IIoi aco Urre loy, Mm Wado, and their clitj'ie, who he ay ''had long been contending that Heceaiiou was constilulionil right, and a dissolution of tho Union the best thing that could happen." Now we deny that Horace Orooley," Ken Wade or their cliijiio ever advocated secession as a con stitutional right, or tho dissolution of the Union. On the contrary, they wrro constantly warning tho people that sla very would destroy tho liberty of the people and make the Union valueless. 80 he pitches into Forney's Washington Chronicle, and endeavors to show that ho advocates indiscriminate con...

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. — 20 November 1863

vr 'A IKIUAV MOIiMXO, 1-OV. 20, jar.3. Tbe weathir yesterday was warm itu indication! of rio. Th !e of Government Wagon! and WLetll poctponcd jinlerday, will posi tively take plaoe lO'daj, at 1'2 o'clock, M. We are indibled to J. II. West, Mis-.r-ngorof be Adam! Impress, fur Uto l,oiiiiH and Cincinnati paper; and ho to V. C. Collier, ncwsdualor. Recorder Shane had an average tntro b.rof law-breakeu be fore bini yesterday; ,ud mulcted them nightly. Wbat wiilJ tlio corporation do if vice did not pievail? A gentleman wauls to r. nt a eoinf.irta- ,e house in the suburb of tliia city, f.inUininn four or live looma. with a ki'tlu'ii and garden attached. Any per- lun having auch a place to rent can tind , first clasa tenant on application at this ollice a tenant who will keep tho proper ty in g'od condition. novl'J -tf. There were no diNpatchea in the Nash ville papers yesterday. Tho rebels early in the day aaid it " looked mysterious" at iioou they noddod their heads signill- ctntly, 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. — 20 November 1863

gVasftvillc Sitnion. Fjeo'dom And Nationality. k. u. I'll: i:lf i:ditor. IlKAUyUABTKIW ClIMM l-SIOH FOHT1IK i OlUIAtfl.VI'loV HV U. S. CoLOBEU Tm.liF Naahville, Teun., Nov. 4, lsi;:). ) Circular Ko 1. . In accordance wilb Order from the President of the United States, the Inl awing recruiting stations have boeu es tablished f.r Colored Troops in the Dn partment of the Cumberland : Nashville, Teutiesaee, Mnrlreeaboro', " Osllatin, " War! rat-, " ClarUville, " MulbyvUlo, ; Columbia, " 1 Rtevenson, Alabama. All claims by alleged owneii of slaves wli i my be enlisted, will be laid before the lioard appointed by tho President, and consisting of The LSjard will hold its sessions at Nashville, Tenn. INI and recruiting lists will bo furnished the Hoard for pub lie information, and on demand exhib ited to-arty person- claiming that hit or iier Hlave bag been enlisted. Claims roust be presented within ten dvi after the liling of the said rolls. No claims will be received or enter tai ued from...

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. — 21 November 1863

' V o o PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERIOK STREETS. NAPHVTLLE. TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1863. VOL II. NO 1S3. NEWST011E. NEWOODS. G. Rice & Co., " AT THOMPSON'S OLD STAND, No. 59 COLLEGE BTIIEET. WK are Just upnuliiga large slock of LA IiaiSS' "HKKSS Cuimirttlnn of tlieUtwt IMPORTATIONS. mm . ' l m . PRINTS, A great Variety, all of tho Lent make; BLEACHED &, UNBLEACHED Domestic, " ' lUuclcSillc, Irish Linen, etc Aleo, constantly on hand a guul aaeortuieut of LADIES' ANU WITT'S Furnishing Go o ds. X full uply of lloots, Shoes, Hats, Motions, Hoop-Skirts etc. And many other articles ton tedious lo inxntion. .Kull satisfaction Is guaranteed to all who will favor ne wttb a call. Ouriu.ttu being Quick Sales mul Small Profits- O. HICK. & CO., At Thompson's Old Stand, No. M College st BiigM If. 1 A Large nud well Selected Stock of New and Elegant FUR .TST I TUR E , Uaa )ut koeu rtcelvetl, au,l la uuw for (til...

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. — 21 November 1863

For Freedom and Nationality. . . nrncr-H. r.eiiir. flATDKDAYMOKNINO, NOV. 21, 1803. Kentucky lonecrvatlem. A Kentucky ConierTttirr, who ! evidently graduated in the fcbool of the Louisvllla Journal, wrote a letter on the 6th iuil., to Out. BramUtte. He te Hi the Oofcrnor that he hai read his call for Volunteer ia the city paper, and that "it look like patriotism, reaiU liko it, ad ioundi like it, bat," he asks, " are vou not actine In conceit with a domi nant party, more destructive to the Got eminent and to the interest of the people of Kentucky, than the armed rebels themselves Y" He tells the Governor that he has lost nine necro men, who have joined a negro regiment, and he ex presses the opinion that it must be ap parent to him (the Governor) that "the olijoct of the war is not for the purpose of restoring; the Union, but for the ovorthrow of the institution of slavery, and with it the utter bankruptcy of all slaveholders," and ho declares that any niau in Kentucky who will figh...

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. — 21 November 1863

SATURDAY MOKNiNO, NOV. 21, 1363. Soldier' Bsbbsth School, 2nd Andrew CLrR, at 9 o'clock. Lesion 3J chip, lit Genesis. Tbere were 19 esses tried before Re corder Shine yesterday, tbe msjoritj drunkenness nd disorderly couduct. Tbewirui weather of Tbursdsy cul mimted inrsiu t uight ; and yesterday win wet, raw aud very disagreeable diy. A lot of goods, Slu.UuO north, were iticed on tho sloimir Mason at the Loiiinville wbrf lait Tuesday. The goods were shipped from Cincinnati to a (irm in tbil city, under a permit which wis violated, several barrels of whis key being smuggled into tha lot of goods. Tiik Lindkll Hotel. We have re reived a very neat ticket inviting us to lie present at the "Opening Bill ' of the Lindell Hotel, St. Louis, on Wednesday evening, the 2.jlhinst. This is tho largest IloUl on the continent, and we have no doubt the "Opening Nail" willjbe a mag nificent affair. A gentleman wants to rent a comforta ble house in the suburbs of this city, cimtaining four or fivo ro...

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. — 21 November 1863

A .gjtohvUle fllmbw. Freedom and Nationality. n. c. nr.HCEii, editor. Hkadquahters Commission fobthk ) HIANUATION or U. 8. CoLORKD TbooPiO Naahville, Tenn., Not. 4, 1B(53. ) Oil' Circular Ma. 1. In accordance with Orders from the President of the United Mates, the fol lowing recruiting stations have been rs tablished for Colored Troops in the De pigment of the Cumberland: Nashville, Ten no usee, Murfreesboro', " , . Gallatin, " ' Wartrace, " V 1 Clarksville, Hhelbyville, " Columbia, " Stevenson. Alabama. All claims by alleged owners of slaves who may be enlisted, will be laid before 1 the Hoard appointed by mo rresmenr, and consisting of The Board will hold its sessions at Nashville, Tenn. Kolls and recruiting lists will bo furnished the Board for pub lic information, and on demand exhib ited to any person claiming thai his or her Hlave has been enlisted. Claims must be presented within ten days after the Cling of the said rolls. No claims will be received or enter tained from any p...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
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