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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 23 January 1864

V - A v ill fl Wlll'tSlllflllf I if 4 '--I j Ui i 1 LI : M U o o P PUBLISHED BY WM. CAMERON & CO. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICX STREETS. -r "VOL. II. 1STA.SITVILLB, TENNESSEE SATURDAY; JANITAEY 23, 1S64. ISTO. 234. i I I'll !,? ri !?.lli!if.!i V.r.v.rtv l'-et1,r: f CITY GOVERNMENT. Wur..'! W. H. Wiii.!av-n, A. C. Titter, ten jfcmd A. rii8. C2srk of M riut Jntt CV.rnHfT, s-5, S."t, Tar. EirCsrtT. Mnona;r.r;d ri.'ha Lotg, t:ura. I mw LA--r A. C. Si,ar. KVtfer Tar h.lrulL B. 'Jirrtrtl 71 -r 11. I. cry Wharf 1 lioir. fvyr'.nltn.lca tf ' T'crllvJ. G. f'jll C ' Ivj-a-i b I. i! Kf3-ui. fv-TfcTH &f C'.-v'r-j 7. I!. .Vi.i r.-5. Oritur 1. 1,, thwart. tV-v Ji.lrrwif W A i.n. CITY COUNCIL. fW H'oJ Ji.o t Nf:wr! fn. fynmd V.'mni ' I h J f o!i!i. JM Wira G A J i.'.-.vCi.ii. fourth hard ii J-f'iv.l. l?h Ward Ii 'lh I! li'LUW!c. H.'lh Word H 24 (iriCB. rm'Ji H'arrJ M G L ".!borne. .wiJa li W J"') !i .-"rL.tii. C' i-!!. AEun w AnrT'in, PrtmMoat. ftrtl Wnrtl J Turii'T...

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. — 23 January 1864

a Iliisiilnifr . i mm W CAM KItON" & Co., Publ ihers. SATUHDAY i!02NING, JAN. 23, lSGi. Person wrilinj to tiis 031e to subscribe to tha TTtioa, ot'.oi any c:lie. ibasiies3, shouli a J Ires their letters to VtL CAKESQN & CO., Pullish?r. r.nrtpein War and Ita IJIfecta That there wi.l ba peac ia Amtrica withia twelve month", appears tnatUr cf a'most absolute ccrtaintj; that there will lw 4 general war in Europe tefcre hilt that time has expired, is equally 'patent; aa i, ia view of thesetbicgs.it beeches us f it quire the result of this change op Jn ourselves; and bow our in to re6ts will be affected. Since tbe ac quisition of our independence, ' Europe the belligerent, acd America the neu tral," has beea the ral ; but daring the "lt three ye, ibat rule bis been re vtrsid; reversed, however, only to speedi ly resume its original status. At present our business is all upon a war basir; abide from iLc soldiery, there are thousands open thousand, wbcsela Lor depend uon the continu...

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. — 23 January 1864

i v i, ' J I. 1 V -e i i 1' 3 V SATURDAY MOUXIXG, JAN. 2. 130 i. We tre xin i-id'b'-d to BroTrn & Co. for ILe lata eph sprp?rs. - - Yesterday was a bcau!iful dy, such s we Lire often Lad in this l!ilo Jo in imd-Tualtr, bot it surprised tatny, com in titer the icy limes we Lave htd. We xre indebted to V. C. Collier far the latest LouisvIIlu and Cincinnati p ptra. JccI Dim, Lfq, of the Adaas' Hi I rrs?, supplied as yesterday with Phila delphia aid New York papers, in ad ranee cf lha m&il. LIr. SV.lsrmn, I'aotrjraphcr, conipli cicnled us yesterday with ccpifa of a ' photograph of 11 ?j. -General U. S. Graut, recently taken by him. ft is ei3, ty thojo who bare Been the criminal, to be a correct likeness. J. Wilkes Iijclh ia playijj at Dueld & Flycn's theatre, Louisvi'la. Lie if, we btliere, to fallow the Couldocks Lrre. The Union tiiinkj the Eand of the 21 Brigade, 21 Dimion of Cavalry, fr the delightful eerenade with which was comj.Lmerited Thursday niht. Ttis Brigade ii ex...

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. — 23 January 1864

f avj " if 1 trr r vr.CAMEI'ON & Co, Publish era. SATUEDAT HOIKING, JAN 23, 1SG4 KefmltnI'on f Pridnt Mrs. rol U re;i5Utiirtj of iena- To Ui Excellency Aeraham Lixcolv Fresident cf the Cu'ted yules. Dear Sir: The undrrsiscrd, members of the Lesis'a'uro cf rconsylvaiii, thus early in the eest-ion of that body, hasten to congratulate 30a on th eaccpsa of the policy cf tbe Ka ional Adniinistntion, and the npicim circurnaaces under which the rcrid Cciigresf. of yonr term hti been organized When it is fairly conoid rtQ ifcal tee l oucy of your Ad- tnimttricn was made tie ineue rf the late fWctionf, when it ia knomj thi in tbe cozit-st fr the m8i irr,t-rUni Stain, at well as tie m-ut in'ijniC aat ma-.ici-pl ITjvJ .the iaa. ir.fo,vt d all the essen tial piicciptl f the p licy f yonr A J ir.iniitrtiT, tbe realt rrji9tbe the rtore bigUy t pprer.atel by th fnendact free d m abroad, and c:'-ri tt tre defend er of freedom, the Uhsioa, aad CoLstitu tion at hsnie. We would be unmindful of the...

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. — 24 January 1864

it bust O rl 45 t I O nJCLISHED BY WM. CAME EON & CO. OFFICE ON PECTTEE3' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADSSICS STEEST3. "VOL. II. ISrSHVILLB, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY; JANUARY 24, 1864. NO. 235. . ; J ! J. t I "1 i B&ri&on Cccp.Ij Bircdcrv. CITY GOVERNMENT. JOKV HUGH FMTTH, Jrr WIl.MAil tP..i' L-mrur. JOt S ChVI'-i L!-.V, iTr-url txnvty ?."nr-vu W. 1L V. .in.s -u, A. C Tackif, ul Jsme A. r'l-cl. t5rt of (a . -.i-iVT. fc,r., flir. KKany , maH; and ua L-: , th.nl. Tas .4a-rr V iisra rri-i-r. liairr Tut tWi ii. S. (urtc:t K'W 'i?-r Tbr-. IffVp. fw.TMOnK! r.f it Hor i J. 0. t'-.d. IS.HmufHimJ of tk ii'Jf 'o V. r.. S .(-wart. C:f" 0 i" I'-vj-L M Vriitn-Ji. falcm cf li CtMutrr'jX. if. Vt.tr Je. Owreeer J. L. K-iW&rt. CVy J'Jcmrf W A Ent-n. CITY COUNCIL. B.'UBiPi AuWMri If . M. r. i'm, Prf.1.. M Wnni-JK" t- N'w.tsu. t-wi Hard Ji"-lh J K(. h. 7'Airtf U ard 'i i j A.'il! iJ. fnwrti H ard II wij, H ord b li Kno? lc Wor-X M Krx-ti. f-wo'li War M 1 ;i iVifM. Wurd Jj'i li Smith. ('.ir'nOo...

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. — 24 January 1864

V'CAJIERONfc Co., Publishers. SUNDAY MORNING, JAN. 24, ISOi. Persons writing to this 03 e to subscribe to the tfE-n, or ion any c'.her.busu.ess, tlicmld address their letters Wtf. CA.tiE0X ft CO., Polishers. II r What Auiticicti! So long as there arc rebel armies in (he field, confronting those cf Ihe Dation, Iojal men foci reluctance ia as&ailicg me azures cf the Gerieral Gerntuerit as B3nrpa'i-;rs cf authority. And this re luctance is felt especially by loyal mi dentaof 6ec'ionB declared insurrection ary. Many of this class, in their ardent xeal to see the national power asserted, are ready, wi'hoot troubling themselves to reflect, tUt incidents to-dy become precedents to-morrow, to proncuace eve rything rihi which it done in the came of the Government, fc.t-wever it may in fringe upon personal rights. Even the more discriminating will Buffer long be fore ibey will complain, it was upon false allegations of oppression, inflicted or intended, tbt cotepira'ors built up the rebil...

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. — 24 January 1864

V X 4 J- t a v I' i i A ) I I 4 i t A' i - SUNDAY MOUSING, JAN. 24, ISC I We &re without !a!e newa bj mail last night. The Louisville and Nsshville train did not arrive until after r e had put our piper to press. It left Cave Ci iy on tim?, tat Iid not arrive t Dmli::;r Greea unUl near S o'clock, Laving been detained by mother (raia which was c iT tbe track. The weathpr yesterday was IriLt and genial. Fires wcro unnecessary. The Llae bird evidently from its ruovciaetita "thought Bpricg Lad arrived. The mod blockada is bticg gradually "raised." WL at about the blockade on whiskey ? A cocp'e of jourg men were arrested Saturday for nnlawful male triflic. They were bmiid ever till ta-tacrror?. We would call the attention of the la diea to those black vcbtt ricinj csfS, which, like all the goods kept by Messrs. Green & Green, ere useful, and at the came time rrclt. Divine service in the German language will be held in the basement of the Second IVefbjteiian Chnrch, cimmen mencin?...

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. — 24 January 1864

i v si,.y Uhv V7".C.A.i nKQN "s Co., Publisher. SUNDAY KOBNIXQ, JAN. 21, ISCi, Tlie rri!ier nt Camp Rocglns. "We kirn tb Ccirnraissoners tre daily expected from WhiDgton to lock into and decide the cases of such of th rtbel f rifocers as are aaxions to avail tbem relvrs of the privileges of the FrjEideat'a proclamation.' There lias been Terr heavy pressure for seme time upon the Government made by iLSuentiil ptrsns in Tennessee and Kentucky, to have sons acd o'her rela tives released upon taking the oath of die giance. We have heard of some cafes of pecu liar hardship, whrro individuals have been as pood as imprr-6fd into a bad cau?e. Oie cafe in particular has exci ted a ocd deal of io'crrst ainocg Ibe an thoritl s at camp. It is thst of a loyal jonog man, a lawjf r, w h i lm d ia Tenn e e, iDd whi narrowly escaped hr irg tor ciikir'5 a sjcch ia bLalf of the Uf ion, a'd had l,i choice t swinger e; list. Dr. Gore, la'e county physician of tlis county, and row ia Co ion I Ilgh' rff'n...

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. — 26 January 1864

Lr. V. 6 "sT-2! 4 i I i i I.,-. -'cYpt, I) WO o i; 4LUi II t U it -2 PUBLISHED BY Wil. CAME EON & CO. 0FFIC3 ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEEICS STESET3. YOL. II. A-SI-rVILIiE, TENNESSEE, TTJESDA.'Y'; JjSTTTA-EY 26, 1S64. NO. 236. i' f i j CITY GOVERNMENT. jeirs iitgh Firrrn, Jf.jf jo:-: 3 ujCi!i;j Pfrnfy Jf.j-tA-i' W. Ii. V.'l i:-jf.iC, K. C. Tcckrr, ui jaruea A FtA-le, CXerki of Jb..t Job O-trr.r-ie?. e-c Crlt, Tin. McCirly, K'-'P.'I; i, 1-1.. hi Lv g, t...rd. Tba J.k WU: ata I 'r' -- -. fWM tc'.VWx A. .ri.3rt'rl tittf Tex tW'-ci-ir . 3. 1-J "re.: Wnarf AfiT Tji.rs.i If-'). utrtnl'-ant ff tht F'iri"i J. Q. T : mfriyiintrwrlentn !' Wrtrr l:'wc-V-:!.t';-l4. Clk-f j tht 1'irt ti-j O-wn'-!' M 1 ro-.rijaa. frUM of t VtV7 T' i!. Mli "o fr( OKerno- J. L. KUr-swt ilfrTf A P.-u a. CITY COUNCIL. BnRl Alir.! M . M. B-.-a, r.rr.l cl. iV Hard JlO t Ktwr. .r. vrrm-i Ward J'B'T J b f Utrd Ward ; A J i!.yfi?!i. Jotirlh Ward UO -crmi. li'ard W- I'll HKt'j' :-l vrA hard tl V Hricn. ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 January 1864

Bashbille Pinion, W. CA I K I ION 6c Co., Pu blih ers. TUESDAY MOUSING, JAI7. 2C, 1861. Persoaa writing to this 02-e to sutsoribe to the Union, or ca any ether business, should address their letters to VTIL CAMERON & CO.. PnMifhers. iae approaching; Mruggle in Eu rope. We htje heretofore s'atcd that within the next twelve month', the situation will be reversed America will be tie neutral, Eurcpe the belligerent. With e?ry mail from Liverpool, comes addi tional evidence that the political cauldron is nearly died with combustible mate rial, and that the Lour for a rpontaoeous combugtioa is near at hand. We yester day saw a private letter dated cn the 15lh cf. December, from an intelligent gentleman, a resident of Ilessen Dtrm Sladt, who assured Lis correspondent that war was inevitable ; and thocgb it tnty at first assume (he attitude of a straggle between nations and sovereigns, it must, in ihe end, become a contest for liberty, on the part of the people. The sword once drawn, wi...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 January 1864

: v - TUESDAY MOUSING, JAN. 20, 18G1. Wanted, aULiaclEce, one or tno I ys ta fold pipers. The rcather yesterday was bright and beautiful. It md-3 onr northern fYipnds bere realize the ido ofj the "Sunny South." We re indebted to V. C. Cjllitr for the latest papers. r. There were fifteen ctscs tried in Ee- cordtr SLne' Gout t yesterday. We re ga:n under "obligations to Jcel Davis, Esq., of the Adams' Express, fcr late New York ad lhiladclphi tewrppspc: e. See the auvcrtiaciarnt of " Icok Keep er" in this menace's Union. The Looistilla train arrived on time last evening fjr the first lice tinea Fri day. IJa of good cheer, friend Taylor it is cot yet settled beyond all cavil that you are to continue to b3 an unlucky loan. Don't forget the eab of dry goods ready made clothicj, by the United States MareLil, vrhich commences this rnorninj, at the 6tore next d:or to the City Hole!. Oitc Mp Taken. Wo learn that lVesidcnt Lincoln has sent to Gov. Johnson a largo number of copies cf the oath ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 January 1864

) I I i i -v. s r i i I X 'm I f-vw i ! t 4 IV-4 i f '"tr ft - 13" 4 Vi 1 7 1 i r; 1 ; v 1 "ill 4 f f V .i i f ' V i i t c "W-CWLIKKOi Co, IuVlish or TUESDAY HOUSING, JAN. 20, For the Naatviilo I's cn. Trie fevg el I lie Vcicroii Ycluutco Ccme t"TS, fi!' i'P tLe'oiniirgtoait; Lt the p'afecs rirgrnd rv.slc, ITcre's to curceuulry, ul.atc'er the c(ft Of 11 if J, on the bM f battle. The proudos-t .the brsvrst t f '.! tbe earth, Is lLo laud tlat gaveiur Vasl.mjiUT. Urth ; Ard our patriot tirts i'f ti e ol !cn t:me, Vflio b'fd snJ dlid at Rrudvv ni. "Lee fi'.l i p, 6-1 u; the fi atklii j toast It tbo cl if s r og and raf.le ; Wr lacd f revt r, l.at'or tbo ctft Cf bio-!, ca thMieiJ of lia'.t'c. S! all c, lie cowan', f'.nia U.e tti Thtrafea iivi aDd gwy ud U- on our UH'.ltn'a w:ne a t Htjt, Tj b i t !!; la;e of tlry f Xo ! e-ll n't fket taujlit, Te (t!;rint de-J, Vlf gl riou tbutiU Of Li' rty ai:! kj-aI tight,'' Tat rri,hf J K n; L 1 !a-i.i tliu.r ml. Th n fill the !' i n tli flw;njr l ft, ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 27 January 1864

.v. t? si K It' . ' t T f ' I J tj o 0 i" S-r T0 111 ff ' 1 ! ! - I fc - 'ffe rUDLISHED BY WM. CAMEEON & CO. OFFICE CN PmT-ES' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEEICX STEEETS. . - . ,. . . , . TOT,. II. ISTA-SITVILIjIi, TElSriSriESSEE!, -WEDISJ-ISSD JANTJAEY 37, 1864. NO. 237. llll !-- J g P1 I ! I - Ml -M- t i ! i sc ('cijr Directory ,Y GOVERNMENT. - WIL1-AM PHAN'K, eo JOH GtCU.LKY- At-M. I H.UJ W. li. Wiikh-i'.-, A. C Tu. fc-r, .1 . Jf.-.'.) Cr n i.V . eoe.J. Crfct. I'. v 1 w- - - " " . I ( , . .... . -. a i; i.. T .. . .I... 4 C" J I A'l-U , I ' IJ'nuH A. f . ili- . 1;t-or.W;U:l ITrr. 4 Cuivr-"1 A. R.Ftatik'--.4 , r 3- CtWuelar B. trr' (Von-- R. ii-vsry ; 1 fharf ATo- Thoi-.M Like. l- jt-- e XV fcor,'M-J. Q. Do.U. " s rmffwiitit of - Wo.'or IVt1i- V, m. &ietrV ' f if ff JV iA)rCn-W I. M r-je:-a. W L C-rtery't. II. cftr -6. i e C" J-L. iHw VV --V W A Iir:ia. iTY CCUNCiU ! OAB.! c Aim" M- Hrlca, FlBtidnrt. Vr Jo k. Nrn-in. ! ctm& Hard Jiwrii J l:ob. f mrt Ward H O Sff vel. ,...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 27 January 1864

i (LiiUUiL W.'CA5IEUON & C, Publishers WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1831. Ferton writing to this G2re to tabscribe to tie Union, or oa any other business, should address their letters ta Vfil. CAHEaoS & CO., PuUiihert. Amongst recent conliriaations by the United States Senate, we notice that oi the appointment of II. II. Harrison, Eq. U. S. Attorney, for the Middle Dtrict cf Tennessee. election of the other cfuctr?, Federal .nd Sta'c, as 83cu 3 prac tic alls. In testimony n-bfreof. I, ANDKEW JOHXr'OX Military Governor of tbaStata cf Ttnr.efsee do hereunto fet my baud, and ! cause the Great Seal of the State t) be aCixcd at this De- vv' rrtment on the 2Gth day cf January, A. D., 18G1. Ey tht Governor: ANDREW JODNSOM ' Epwaed II. East, Secretary of State L. 8 PRO CL An ATI OK by Tin: c;ovi:iinou. Nashville, January 2G, 18C4. Whep.S'.s, in consequence of the dia-I.-yaltj cf a la'pe nr.jcni'j of the persons fil irs lie 0.2 s esrab'ihed by the con ti!n;i n ar.dli sof Tennessee, and of ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 27 January 1864

1SG4. Wasted, J this cfilcp, one or two boys t fold pjpers. W. C. Collier inj p'ied ns with p pers as usual last night. We are indebted tc E. D. Willi&rd, Xewg dealer, 23 ls' Union Street, for cop ies of Iltrper's Weekly, the X. Y. Clip per, tad Track LcsUc-'b IUnstratcd News paper. There were cine persons tp befire Eejorder Shane yesterdjy seven for drunkenness and two fur stcalir.. They were severally find. Mayor Smi lb Las determined to pnt the streets in good condition as booh as possible. What is wanted is laborers to do the work. ' The chairman of the street committee advertises fcr the labor ers wanted. We Lop j he miy jet a snpp'y immediately. Covernii Irocl.niiailon In another olucm will be fonnd a proclamation by Governor Johnson' rela tive to the election of connty, and otLer local officers. ' The proclamation ex plains itself fully, and will doubtless be generally read. It is clear and explicit relative to all the 6utjvc! cf which it treats, and it gives the gratifyi...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 27 January 1864

"W . CAMERON Sc Co .Publisher. WEDNESDAY MORNING, J YN. 27, 'C4. IltAixjuABTrss Commission roa the Oeqaitizatios of U. S. Colosed Teoops, Nashville, Tenn, Not. 4, 1SG3. ' Circular 2o. 1. In accordance with Orders from the President of the United Statea, the fol lowing recruiting6titiona Lave been es tablished for Colored Troops in the De partment of the Cumberland: Nashville, Tennessee, Ilarfreesboro , Gallatin, Wartrace, Clarkarille, Shelbyrill, u M M U Columbia, SteTenson, Alabama. Chattanooga, Tenn. Bridgeport, Alabama. PikeriUe, Tenn. Fort Doneldaon, Tenn. LlcMinnvi'.le, Tenn. Pulaski, Tenn. Lynrmlle, u All claims by alleged owners of slaves who may be enlisted, will be laid before the Board appointed by tae rmiaoni, and consistips of - 1 The Board will bold its sessions at Kanhville: Tenn. Bolls and recruiting lists will be furnished the Board for pub lie information and on demand exhib ited to any person claiming that bis or her slave has been enaslea. Claims mast be presented...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 28 January 1864

.r.--i Iff lb 4 154 U will I W'A i 1 hfl 1 i I! 9 i o O PDBLL3IIED BY W1I. CAMEEON & CO. 07FIC3 ON PECTTES3' ALLEY, EETWEEN UNION AND DEADESICS STSEETS. VOL, II. !N" A.SHTVILLE, TENNESSEE, THUESDAY; JANTJAEY 28, 1864. NO. 23S. CITY C 0 V E RN f5 ENTt ETCH f MTTH, Jfnyar w.jr;1-., w. li. Vv.;t'it a. C Taker, koii Jimd A., t- km Is. CUrbef 'J (wJorxCi;umVcy,.e,ffu-St. TSr. McOirtv, -r.-ud; irrt iiL-ha L rf , ura. Taa AKProer V Ui:tm Lr.ve-. i mow Cci'-r A. B.Knr.r.'r.S Walir ruc G '.Xiof E. E. G irr'H TVw R- Icry TT3x Jfaefcr TLr..-f.as 1 J !. frrtriiOKj! of t Kurli- J. Q. TJ". r JhtpfitJnuieKt of the JV'ui.-T h ifi -Vt m. ;. arl, C.vf c J I;yrfcn- 1. if n:uaa. t-eet Crvr i E. n"'" U AWf W A Er:t-a. CITY COUNCIU RinnoiAll'iEJiM-).'-'- Erjen, t'r.-s'J-H. H'rrrd Jno t Ncwn .'in. f-nmial H'or-i Jtwph J !-'. T..ird M'nrrt (i A J Kayjiwt. 7',.t;i-A Ward H (i Sc'-t .1. IT'ard l"oi'h K ttwit fciWA M'nrd I! M hr.(D. tvrKih W ard M G I. ( itxVi TDC. tiglih Ward -iov r ruiltj. .Mnn (vevr:t ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 28 January 1864

V i i i f . i n M ; f 1 I' J X 11 I si o! I f J6I j ! if 1 T cig! atC conJ i A ;;a a Ad i At ty FocV- TtfJ CUV "V7. CAJrtEIiON & Co., iPublishera. THURSDAY MOUSING, JAN. 23, 'G4. Perioaa writing to this 0:e to subscribe to the Union, or oa any other business, should ftiirept their letten to Wa. CAMEapy CO., Publishers. HetattTO to Negroes. Our readers will recollect that a week or. two since, wa published an extract from a Southern paper, under the title of ,!IIih pries for negroes," in which the Editor states that at some tiles recent ly, slaves Lad averaged $2,200 each, j whereas, formerly they wonld hare been worth bat $1,100; and he took occasion to say it was evidence conclusive that the people of the South had little, appre hension "from the Lincoln govern ment," or they rever wonld have Invest ed so much mosey in that fpecies cf property to which it was particularly hostile. We tock occasion, at that time, to state that the asscrsnce of the editor was altogether assumed ;...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 28 January 1864

frr.::.: V IV: i i i i THUE'DAY KOBSINO, JAN. 23, 'Ci. Wasted, atlLiscCice, one or two boyg to fold papers. "We are obliged to Y7. C. Collier, and Brown & Co., for lite prpers, furnished ui list night. The weather continues fair nd bea tifuL Better could cot be created. We Icam that there are tome thirteen nw cases cf smtH-pox at Olanbi. Major-General McCieroand has been ordered to report to Gen Bnks fcr dutj. The largest stock of fine Goods and Gauntlets in the citj, at 43 College Street. Geeln & Gf.ees. Gen. Wilson, lale of Gen. Orant's staff, Las been appointed Chief of tbeCiTalry Bareau. Ww. IL Coopf.b, a patriotic typo, of the 1.9lh Ohio, was in Nashville oa his way home, jeeterday, with Lis rrgiceiit, which has re-enlisted. Earkhora's foacts were disrobed yes terday of the badge of rrournitg, and the foaming ale streamed forth to hun dreds cf thirsty customers. A number of the keepers of the most fashionabb saloons in our city, gave the necessary bonds yesterday, and 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. — 28 January 1864

... i THURSDAY HORNING, JAN. 28, 'CI. A Reasoning "wltU ibe People Promise and Pert oimance. . Fioa the Richmond Whg, Nth. Wfcen the trtr txran everybody- pro fessed to be willing to lay dawn life acd pive Bp property in behalf of the ciuse. Now, few appear to be willing to part with either, although the noonday ana it not pliiser than the fact, that without great additional sacrifices, the army can not be tusUiced, and the caue must faiL The ftar of getting killed or :unded threatens ta reduce all of ca to - slavery, and the fear of starvation, ad d d to the Inst of gain, nay produce a famine in tbe army if not at home. A little leaa fright and more common sense we will not nay patriotism may com pose these difficulties, and tliow nj a pathway out of the bog into which we bare fallen. Make it a qieition of self int?r?st at once, and lok at it in that way abne. Shall we give s part toonr suHering sona ta the army, or let the Yankees take all V That is the problem, not oer-taie J, an...

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