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

mr9r Use"? 9 ' ' ' ' . : i. ;. f - ' . . . ' I ...... i ; . . ; h ' J t J ' ' - . ' ' " 1 . - .Jfftf IMjT 'V'yT'iiJy '!'"'' ''' ' "U 'I'W"'-J" 11 'WW! Illlll l .rTTTTTTBIMjIIJll ,, U-IJlltTS J rf , .I i M1 . f III I I ftlllSla.1'" I ' ' II " - ' , , - tj- J M J, SJ 1 ' -. I IF ... I . I II II l lm U.lf II I l . Jlla Jl JU-1. - I ."J, FDBLISBED BT AH .ASSOCIATION 0? PEHcTEB3.-0rFICI 03T PEHTTEE3' ALLBT, BETWEEN CMOS AKD BEADE2IOK STESETS. VOL. IX. ISTSBrV"ILLE; OElsr 29, 1863. 3STO. 1SS. mw STORE. ' . - S) ' - '" NEW GOODS. G. Rice & Co., AT THOMPSON'S OLD STAND, No. 59 COLLEGE BTKEET. HK are Just cpeutnf Ur ilcpvk of i, a i IKS' iki:ss CcnsUliug of the latest IMPORTATIONS. PRINTS, v' 7 " A great variety, all ol tb beat make; BLEACHED & UNBLEACHED Domestic, .shirk Silk, Irish Linen, etc Alo, constantly hand a good assortment uf , LAD1I1V A ft' If i:TS Furnishing Goods. I A rjll Supply c.f Hoots, Shoes, I2;is, Xof ions, Hoop-Skirls, etc. Au4 bmoj othxr' rt clen too tinlinn 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. — 29 November 1863

mmit J lor fre-rdoni and Nationality. AV. CAMt'IWN t Co ,:Pu blithers CUXDAY M02XING, NOV. 29, 1363 lion. X. O. Tlor, of EstTnce?sef, made a speech before the National Union Association of Cincinnati, on the evening cf the 21 h iiiBt. The Times mj it was cne of the finest speeches ever de livcrod before that Lodj. He depicted the condition ot the loyal people of East Tt nnt-SBee, in glowing but truthfal col or?; recounting- their heroic deeds and terrible Pacrilicc' for freedom and Union, and proved conclusively Lad we needed proof that East Tennessee is one of the moil lojal portions of this country. His description tf Et Tennessee and bcr people was admirable, and receive J the mCHt fiuLusnsl c tppuune. . The tliect of Jlr. Taylor s visit to Cincinnati is the solicitation of relief for snffeticg Union families in East Tennes see. TLo following is a copy of a paper Lo carried with Lim, signed by Tarson IVowuLw and others. Another meeting wa3 to have been held Friday night, at which...

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 November 1863

" i !!!!lZl!T'''J'''1m 3 gtajforffie Hmm. SCSDAT ilOENIXG, NOV. 20, 1S63. FoLDiERt.' Sabbath School Andrew Charge C, 9 o'clock. Lessor, 3 chapter Genesis. Th attention of Merchants and Sat J,r i directed to the advertisement C B Camp & Co., of Cincinnati, ia thi morning'' Union. Wasted, at this cfTic immediately, ,.)y to learn to fc-d the Cylinder I'rtSj Constant employment and good wage will be given to a suitable applicant. Apply to J. U. ALMOND. nuv29-lf f'olAred servant. Tr rsons desiiir Cjlored Female Ser rant, can be furnished, by calling at the headquarters of the CcnimUsiocers for the Crganiz.tion of United States Color td Troops, 33 Ccdjr street 2w. At the Cold Ten I).p-f, 72 North CLerry street, can ls foijtid a g od vari- t if of Waft-be B, gold and plated Locket. I'ocliet Knives, Stationery, and Tens of every description. r.ot25tf E. L. Taebox There were heavy raias Friday night and early yesterday morning; the tem perature of the weather being quits mild. By noon, L...

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 November 1863

f Freedom and HationaUtyy SUNDAY MORNING, t NOV: 1863 Ctneral OrtLcia XI HEr-iR'4 Dibtbict cr Nashville,) I I?astml:t, &nn,N.21, 18C3. V J I. In compliance with ordera ema- natiDjrfrom Headquarters, Depirtment of the Cumberland, me unoersieTiea as mmM cpmtnatid of the District of Ktlh Till, icclndiae the rlsfswes of lbs Lou Nville and Nashville laiiroaa 10 me Kpninckr Ime. tbo Northwestern. Eail road from Nashville to the Tennessee -ipr. NAtil! and Chattanooga Rail- rrd la Dick liver, the Sashvills and Decatur Esilroad to Columbia, .and lb posts of McMinnviile, Uiarksviue, JrOit II. The following Staff Officers are an noonced: Caj.t Tbcs. C. Williams, 19th Infantry, iD.O(A.a.U :. . : - ; , rpt. Jn. A Planner," 19:h Infantry, Act AsiU. Iofp. Gen. - Cap William HfTTf 7, 27th Kj-.-Vol:; A. D. f ' r T Jut; Tboi Elkin, 19lh Kj. Vols -A. IV C. ' (Signed) . ,r . .. , ,-, - 1 LU bL-Li ll.j.Ub&SE.Al,', , . ti iVO : Mj.-(3en. Official:.. , ; r , Tuos. C.;TiLrjlMs, A. A- AyQ.; nov24-lw...

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. — 1 December 1863

I F r - '. ' ( , : u 1 if I I i ) - r- , n B.LJHEPJJT Wil. CjLMEEON & CO OFFICE ON FEINTEES' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEEICK STSEET3. - ---- - i - . 1 I 1 ' . ' - TENNESSEE,' TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1863 1 I Ul.i.sUfi. -i r.:t js ' , . TSTO. 189. f a , ; ;j jzLlS .' : - r." j ; ' . ':vJLieHiJ -.--- 0 , : -ri NEW STOEE. NEW GOODS. t i G. Eice & Co., THO-PSCff'S OLD STAT3D, lTo. 59 : C 0 Li. E O E- 8 TREE T. ' IX an Jut ofwoifif ft Urg lock f GOODS, f oojlitiiig of the UM ihpobtatioh's. PRINTS, i great vanety, -11 ot tb best aaakaf BLEACHED & UNBLEACHED Ilomestic, HIaclk Silk, Irisli Linen, etc 1o,xbkUui!jo baud a good aaaortnont of LADIES AXD CENT'S Furnishing Goods. --, 1 full upi.ly of " ' Hoots, Shoes, Ilssts, Notions, Hoop-Skirts, etc. A i,t oiaiiy otlir ait'cl too tUoui to m"Dtin. tu iii.ii u f uarantd to ail wtio will lair ux iih a cilL Our luttu U.iug Quick h;slc unU Mnull Profits. , At TUmi-on' Oid c-tbsd, Ko. M College at a-xl-f. A Larffc and well Selected Stock ...

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. — 1 December 1863

0 T - ,--'-'T-. V - , s Ni.iT, ii ill if i m V i- r;m, ri - u I ... T. t' rr Tr !?' H&S i??tlr''-''f -:-'- 1 '.' ",'iTi "-SUaTS 'j-'- - ''j1 W . -. ' IT -in" I i J I - 1 r -i -1 Jf i r- i i I r .... ,miriin . m ri - ) . r iiiili. m . . L. i . i . . , rvv r net for Frceioa &d Eatioiudity. . C. SIEUCXK, EtUtr. W. C AM Eli JN 5c Co , Publishers. TUESDAY MOUSING, DfcCfi, IS63. The Press of jesterday copies a por- tioa of our remarks on Saturday, touch ing .tbe patt political LUfory of the people of this Slate, and commends it as "conttiningjtnore practical troth and just observation" than if usually to be fottTid ia'lheCTKioN. Bat the Prees an roan' with ft head or a heart, or e?ed a respectable' gizzard, conclude - that people jo honest and patriotic, and . so devoted to the Union, would or could - ia three months become corrupt and trai toroos ? Is it consonant with the known laws of human nature, that , an entire , iv communitjrsotivctedly patriotic, should , at once and m ma...

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. — 1 December 1863

rcrj II TCESDAY MOUSING, DEC. 1, 13C3 W re indebted lo W. C. Collier for the latest newspspcts. The weather has been very cold here the pst two djs. The chaoge has im- prored the roads greatly, the mud being frozen bard. Mr. Charles Fuller, of this citr, Las been appointed Special Supervising A gent of the U. S. Treasury at this point. lie will make an excellent c fiber. Attend the large auction sale of Boots, Shoes, Groceries, Ttbacco, Indigo and Spice this morning at 10 o'clock, by W. 1L Locus & Cc, No. 73 Pnblic Square. Dec. 1-1 1 Miss Bet tie Martin and other rebel irls, are under arrest, charged wilh smug gling out, under their capacious crino line?, grey cloth, and making it up into rebel uniforms. Wakted, at this olSce, immediately, boy to learn to feed the Cylinder Pnas Constant employment and good wages will be given to a suitable applicant Apply to J. II. ALMOND. nof29-tf Christmas Address. The Carriers of the Nashville Union will give one year's subscription for the b...

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. — 1 December 1863

.-V. " X ' " " ' " ' T - Vi "Vi 'riiMT'?r hi m-iili a. HI" -' -r-Tj ill m it ii " " T I I ' "In '. - " ' - ' w lu'wijrImj'Z Z ?"' r u -i "n i ri "'" ir:ilTw a-ir I I r n 7iJ - 1 r n " i iT V i" iwi i sala i i mil r ttf' j -a ojfrawjB ? ; Tits Ion and' ltionalityT TUESDAY MORNING, DEC. 1, 18G?. General Order So. 1. 'i. In compliance with orders i ema BtlB(?from Headquarters, Deportment of the Cumberland, the undersigned" as sumes corrmand of the District of Nash vi!K iotlaiDP the defenses of th Lou irrille and -Nashville Eailroad'to the Kentucky line, the Northwestern Rail road from Nashville to the Tennessee river, Nsshville and Chattanooga Rail ' rad la' DcV river, the" Nalhvillerand Deca'ur Columbia, and the posts of Mcllinaville, Ciarksville, Fort Donelson and Nashville. JL The fallowing .Staff Officers are an nounced: i v J Cpt. Thos. C. Williams, 19th Infantry, A- D, C, A. A. A. G.. ........ Cspt. Jas. A Piumaor, 19th Infantry, Act Asst Insp. Gen."' " Capt William Ilervey, 27th...

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. — 2 December 1863

' ' - 1 ' ' ' , . . . , - . ;, - - - ; ; - . . r i i PUBLISHED BY WIT. CAMERON Ss CO -0FFIC3 ON MIITOlaSf ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEAPEEICK STEEETS. 11 V I VOL. IT. - STrlVILLE, TEKHNTESSBBJ,- 'WEDNESDAY; DECEMBER 2, 1863. -J i ISTO. ISO. II i I; jNBW STORE. NEW GOODS. G. Eice & Co,, AT THOMPSON'S OLD STATID, 3STo.,59 COLLEQE STREET. WE sr.Juat opening a large stock cf GOODS, ' Confuting of the latent IMPORTATIONS. PRINTS, A great variety', all ot the beat mr; . BLEACHED & UNBLEACHED Domestic, HIacU.Silk, Irish -Liiicis, elc Aleo, constantly on band a good assortment of LuiDIi:S' AND ors Furnishing Goods. . A fill fuj'j ly of Hoots, Shoes, fiats, Notions, Hoop-Skirts, etc. And many other article, too tedlou to uientioo. full eailif lion is guaranty! to ail who will taror o with a call. Our rat to being Quick Sale ami Small Profits. . kick & ci., At Thoaijwu'i Old Stand, Ko. 6 College It eugW If. , -- - --J A Large and well Selected Stock of ictt and EIeant FURNITURE, Da...

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. — 2 December 1863

cv For Fresicm and Eatioatlity. g. C. KCUCtU, EsilMr. W. CAMERON 5c Co , Publisher TEDNE:DAY MORNING. DEC. 2. 1SC3. Tlie murderer of Gen. Kobert I. JlcCook. Frank Gorier, charged with the mur- . drt Bfigdir-Cnerl Hobert L. Hc- Cok,i now ia custody, and i ordered for rir before a iui!itary comm'ssion, assembled by order of General Thomas, consisting of fie following officers i Col. John F. Miller, 2dlh Ind. Vols., Cipt. Jaspfr Partridge 44th 11L Vol?. 1 Ctpt. TLos. J. Jliiodcs, COth I1L Vols. Cipt Andrew V. P. Day, lOSh 0. V. Cavalry Cipt. AIUrtLLGreeE,6lliKy.CTlry' Lieut. U. C. . Elaekman, 8th Kansas Vol'f, Judge Alivcale. "' Capt. Hunter Brooks, Jadge Advocate of lh D.-partnient, who was with Gen. llcCook hen he waa murdered,; will be ia attendiuce as a witness. ', . Col. Miller, the President of the Com ruia&ion, was, a portion of last year, con Ciader of this Post. He is an able ad ministrative officer, and has won distinc ton on the battle fl-eld. Gen. Thomas made a wise sel...

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. — 2 December 1863

OB 2ESEEBSK WEDNESDAY MOUSING, DEC. MR. ECFU3 SOMF.RBV. 2. 18C3. J. Wflf & Co, dealers in Watcte a, OoldTenf, Jewelry, Cae Cutlery, Gutta IYrcba Fen-holders, and Pencils, if.. Lave on Land a splendid aMortment of most every article ia iLeir line. The attention of buyer if particularly di rected to their stock of .Gold Chain, Breast Pins, Hnger Eicgs, and) Watch ed of various qualities and prices, of which they have a sufficient variety to gratify the taste of all. Mr. Welf gives Lis personal attention to the repairing of Watches, which years of constant practice Las rendered Lim amply qualified to do in a workman-like manner. We commend their house to all parties ishing anything in their line of busi- They are practical, upright busi- bpbs men. iue iocuuu wi meir wm Vo. 34 Union-Street, in connectioa with n n P.pnuoii'i Music Store. Go and v. - see them. Mil. I.UFU3 SOilEUBY. We are pleased ta inform all who are fond ef good living, that they can fad t! e Snest selection of .fri...

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 December 1863

J Ut ,.v.- q I "13 IB 1 WW PUBUEHED BY WM. CAMERON & CO -OFFICE ON HUNTERS' ALLEY, BETSTEEN UNION AND DEADEEICK STREETS. 'VOL? II. 2SrA.SBVIII.E, TENNESSEE, FEIDAY, DECEMBER 4, ' 1863. jSTO. 190. v 7 'V . .... - - ,:i - - .f -atv" , . t i . : ... : ... ti.JHwr.fr NEW STORE. NEW GOODS. G. Rice & Co.; AT THOMPSON'3 OLD STAYID, ISTo. 59 COLLEOE STREET. WE are jost opening; a large t of IA.n.I-S' DIIKSS G O O i S, CoslUg of the latest IFJiPORTATIOnS. PRINTS, A great varetv, ail ct the txt m-ks; BLEACHED & UNBLEACHED Domestic, Black Silk, Irish Linen, etc Also, cobFtaiitly on band a good assortment of LADIES' IA ND GIFT'S Furnishiiig Goods. A full iu'lj cf Koot, Shoes, Hats, Notions, Hoop-Shirts, etc. Au1 many other articles too U linos to mention, toll eatlfc tio U Kuarenteed lu e -be will u lib t Mil. Our ra. ltu being Quick lilies aul Smull Profits. (.. KICK & c., . " At TLompu' Old Stoi, No. I College it agl3 If. A Larse and veil Selected Stock of IVew and Eifffant FT...

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 December 1863

w u : . Fcr Frejdcn Nationality. 8. c. nxUSCEK, Hilar. AV.CAMEION&Co , Publishers FRIDAY KOSNIXO, DEC. 4, 18C3, Speed of an Ling Hah mn. We print oa the first page of the Uxios tLU morning a speech made on the 13th ult, in CletveUnd, Ohio, at the celebra tion of the opening of the Atlantic and Crcit Western Eailwaf, hj Mr. W. Evans, of London. The speech was made at the banquet, which took plce on the occasion, and was ia response to the toast. "Ths alliance between Great Britain auJ America, the best security for the peace of the world." We learn frjru the Cleareland Herald, froui which we republish the speech, that Air. I3vans is an Englishman of position and influence, and has taken a deep in terest in the affairs of this country. lie is President of the L mancipation Society, and the stoppage of the rebel rams in the ik-rsey, by Lis government, is due, in a great measure, to his unremitting efforts to compass that result. Mr. Erans came to the United State?, to inform himsel...

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 December 1863

ZS3SZ23Z gtas&rillc Attica. FBIDAY MORNIXO, DEC. 4, 1861 Yesterday was ano(herh mill and balmj day. Col. Marc Monday has been reliered ot (be command of the post of Louisville. Moee Feisosf.bs. About 1,J00 addi tional prisonerswere brought ia last night from Cbatlanooga. W. C. Collier, laid on our table last night the latest Louisville, and Cincin nati pipers. We are indebted to Brown, & Co. for tbe Neir York Ledger, and Warerl Ma gazine, and New York Herald. ' Special Notic The most gorgeous work of art of the e known as Good will & Co.'s Uigantic Poljcnma of the War, will open, fur a short tima oulj, in this city next week. Look out fjr particulars to-morrow. Ladies should bear in mind that Green 3c Green have the large! stock of fine, medium and low-priced Furs that can be found in this city. They call them all by their right samp, and warrant them as represented, at 4.3 College street. The exhibition of Tableaux at the re sidence of Mr. John Morrow, in Edge held, We-...

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 December 1863

t, s gtosirHIc' Ciiuiou. .L --Jreedom and Nationality. ..i-ii p - i . .. . m FRIDAY- MOUSING, DEC. '4, 18G3- Central Order So. I. - IIeadqh's District cr Nashtilix.) -Nasimlle, Tenn,Nor. 21, 18C3. I. In compliance with, orders ema- natiaefrom Headquarters, Department of the Cumberland, the undersigned as somes command of the Digtrict of Nash vill, including the defenses of She Loa iiville and ; Nashville Evlroad to the Kentucky line, the Northwestern Bail road from Nashville to the Tennessee river, Nashville and Chattanooga Rail read to Dock river, the .Nashville and Decatur Bailroad to Colombia, and the posts of McMinnville, Clarksville, Fort Donelson and Nashville. II. The following Staff Officer ar an nounced: '..'' I Capt Thos. C. Williams, 19th Infantry, A. D. C , A. A. A. G. Capt. Jas. A. Fiummer, 19ih Infaitry, Act. Asst. ingp. uen. Cap i. William llervey, 27th Ky. Vols. A.V.V. . 1st Lient. Thos. Elkin, 19th Ky. vcis.a. u. u. , ' , i (Signed) ( s 1 . LOVELL IL liOUSSE AU, - ....

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. — 5 December 1863

; ; ; 7 1 i lit - . 1(1 A i 3 o n FCBLISHED BY WM. CAMEBON & 00-OFFICE OS PBINTEBS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEEICK STREETS. VOL. II. ISTA-SHVILLIi, TENNESSEE, SATUEDAY; DECEMBER 5, 1S63. NO. 193. H It I I i V A. Ill A. -Ov pi ii if rri ei i m ii4 i tr i h n i ii in a i a m fe-Ll I IH Iti IS u a a NEW STORE. NEWGOODS. G. Rice & Co., AT XHOMPSOK'S OLD STAffD, ISTo. 59 j COLLEGE STREET. H a, are Just 0uii.g a Ur ge (lock f 4 GOODS, I'onsUUnx of the latH iniPORTATIOHS. PRINTS, j A f raat arty, all ul tba bnat nukS BLEACHED & UNBLEACHED Domestic, -IMnck Silk, Irish Linen, etc Almo, cocxtaotlj on band a good amortoiant of FurnisJiing Go o ds. A fulj ul.'jr of Hoots, Shoes, Hals, Notions, 1 loon-Skirts, etc. Au.l ntauy othrr artirlf loo t-.lloai to mutiu. f nil MUsfattion ! piuraiiti-ad to ail tu will Utor o with a rait. Our 111 tu t-i Quick Sale uuil hmall iofitA. . kici: c ci., At Tiuui)ii'a (Md tn l, No. 6 ColW( t t I Larf and vrll Sflectfd Stock of rvr and Elegant FURNI...

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 December 1863

gasjjbillf Mm. j For Fresdca &i ISitioMlity. f. C. 3CUCEK, Eilr W.CAMKR'JN&Co .Publisher SATCCDAY MORNING, DEC. 5, 1863. Editorial Correspondence WAsniKoToy, Not. 2C, 1SC3. . The city for aeveral dtji has been gloriously exultant Grant and Thomas, , '-Two fci(U,tvla tho4?rbul! of war," vilh tbeir illnstrioni companions, Gran ger, Hooker, Sherman, Pilmer, and others, touched as electric chord, around moan tiin-walkd Chattanooga, whose fires kin died the hearts cf the lojal with a brighter glow. Tto faces. around tse beam with dfeligjit ; ejes sparkle with rapture ; roices mm more cheerful and e'ear; and feet more a'org the streets with a more elastic spring, livery conservative has ceated to hiss for a moment, ia our ears, that McClt llan andBuell, and Porter must be testored to command before we can cope with the rebel armies. In the name of p if riots e my where, I 8ay, God bless the A'tny ct the Cumberland, the patient, toilicr, suCrinj, bleeding, yet ever diricgand fearle...

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 December 1863

SJasfirillc . Pinion. SATCHDAY J:OI:MKa,DEa 5,18G3 A rrbtl prisoner, Wm. McCIfllan, of the wclh Alabiina, was tliot ani killed al tLc Convalescent Darrkiki yesterday ty a guard. It appears that thepriiCnrr a at olc f the windosra of the foar'b J itorj, nd kfpt caliicjont to passers-by. ve guard ordered liiui repeatedly to desist, and toleare the window. Failing 1 3 obey, the guard at length shot him, tie ball entering near Li3 month, and comiig cut at tbs I ack of lis bead. Fcel. We are gratiCed to learn that the "Nashville 7ocd Company" have purchased a large quntity of standing lioiber in this county, in the neighbor hood of the Ueraitage, which they will have cut and sold for fuel in this city, at aoon aa poaaible. Ta ft few weeks, at fart h St, they will be prepared to aupply th! demand. They hava alas purchased t supply of coa1, oa the Ohio river, and will bav: it Ltra in ft short time, no acci dent occuning. They Lav? taken tha old Cumbeiland Coal Yard, on College street, betw...

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 December 1863

S l I a! i l 1 J 1 5 5 TnsIuiUt Simon, " Freedom &ad ff atioaality. . . SATUEDAY ilORMNG, DEC. 5, 1&63. OSGAlf IZATIOH OF U. S. CoIXtBED TEOOP8 Nashville, Tenn., Not. 4.18G3. V CircuZar So. 1, -. ,-? ; la accordance with Orders from the President of the United Stttet, the fol lowing recruiting station! have- been es tablished for Colored Troops ia the .De partment of the Cumberland: ,' " Nashrille, Tennessee, ' MurJreesboro', M Gallatin, " Wart race, " t ' Clarksrille, " f . Shelby vilie, ? . Colombia, --- SteTenson, Alabama. Chattanoogs, Tenn.. ; 7 f", f ' Bridgeport, Alabama. J M X; TikeTille, Tenn. ... Fort Done'd.on, Te:u.- f McilinnTille, Tena..- m ralaski, Tenn. Lynnviile, " ... All claims by alleged owners of stares ho may be enlisted, will be laid before the Hoard appointed by, the President, and consisting of The Board will hold its sessions at Nashville, Tenn. Bolls and recruiting litis will be famished the Board for pub lic information, and oo demand exhib ited to...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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