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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 29 January 1864

"V o ---' v W -V wa, a - ft ar.-e em W - k ii i:i hi : m H hi ! :M 1111101 7 M t y -n.v PUELISHSD BY WM.CAMEEON & C0.G7TZCZ ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, EE TTSEN THUD'S AND DEADESICS BTSEETS. fZOL. II. ' NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FEIDAY; JtTTJA-KY. 29, 1S64. NO. 239. g N - - '"" ' ' " ; ' ---.v. . 7)avldca Cr un!y Directory. .CITY GOVERNMENT. J0;:3 t'-ft'tljU-SY, Hrtk.U. v IV Zji'AJ W. H. V.;uw!-, A. C. Tnckir, OIr-t of t ifarH John Cr.rjaUey, er-.-fl Bni, Ibr. MoCarty, and i-i-ha Long, third. lrne CWe- A. B. hini'zr.i Waur Tax Oullarr k. B, rni TVtmmrw R. li'-n'y lW Af.iaMr 1 iioir.a I-eate. - - " ftptrMmdmt cf 0 KorUrws-J. Q. EoH. t SuptrimuiulaJ of R 'u " orlm 'rt c Mt"rt. CWf t i"" '-rM-JfiT.I I. M rvtiraua. Htrio tin Oii-fj-T. y. Mc.!K.l6. t-M( Oertmr J. I. .Wwnrt. l&f Bonwy W A Urica. CITY CCUNCJL. Boj.wAlJthr M.l!. Kn-.n, rrwdoat. ytt WerJr Jdo I. ISuwrr in. 7'Aird H orJ CJ A J X Ik ii. J'crtrtk H ard U U i-o'JYri. V'li H'arii Joc-I'h B Kiiovrli. ' Ward-M M Hrko. . - - . frrvenik ...

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 January 1864

CVV 1 ( M . TV.c;IEJlOI & Co , Publisher FHIDAY 2J0SNINQ, JAN. 29, lSGt Tersoii rrit;i to thu CS:e to subscribe to the Tcim, or 01 any cJh.tr basir.es, thould address thei r loiters to CA-SEOO:? ft CO., Pullliicri. Pardon rnd Aiuntatjr. Nashville, Texjt, Jan. 27, 1SC4. A book wherein to record the. taking of the cath prescribed in the proclamation of the President of the United States, of the Sth cf December, 18C3, by each per sona in thii ricicity desiring pardon and amnesty, as are entitled to like said oath, is in the custody of Edward B. Camp bell, C tamifgioner, at the Federal Court room at thecaj itoi ia Nashville, Tennes see, who is auihoiizsd to administer laid oath tote h icThonr, and who ia required to .ire t) each person requesting it a certificate in the following form: 'IdoLerebf certify that on the daycf . 1G , . the calk prescribed by the President of the Ucited tes in his proclamation of Dcembf r 8, 13C3, was duly taken, enb tcribed, and oiade matter of record by...

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 January 1864

j cor A I, i.i t !; i 1 i i . ;. - FEIDAY JIOSSIXO. JAN'. 9. ISCi. Wasted, t this clue?, one or two -cjs to fold ppera. Lunch eerveS dzVy f.-eni 10 to 12 o'clock, sad 9 to 10 at ti2Lt, tt the LiU Ilcuse, C2 CLerry street. tf. e There vrert eleven cises tried by re corder Shane yesterday. The supply of wood, n9w the weather U warm, is abaadant, and prices more moderate. . Hume Reynolds tell at'Anction to day an assortment of l?g;nt furnitnrs, c&rpetinj, cc. Go and f npply yourself; yoa will not get a bet!er chafes. All qualities of Underware at Grf.ex & Geees. The ea cf mud on Church street his been converted into numerous emair hills, ready for removal. We areohh'sed to cur friend, Joel Da vis, Esq., of the Adams Express, for the late Philadelphia and New York papers ant lis. That was a capital lunch set yesterday at "The Light House." The best quality cf Army Ilafs at Oeeem & Ghees. The weather yesterday was but a repe tition of that we have had all lh5 vretk. (it was d...

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 January 1864

.... -.' ' . - W.CAr 11 n OIT Co., xTublirriers. FEIDAT MOENING,. JAN. 20, 1SG1 XhePolIcjr Df I insncipailon-Voice of the I'copic. In cocmitiin'' the I'al'f tin "to"" tLe policy of ErEccipa(ion in TennePbee, agJ a artam and rr-.y rncars cf restoration to the Union, we tio cot flatter cursekes that wo fbtll please very body. Snch wis Lot to be expected, nor do we deem it desirable, ieuch Ices essential. StillTT these who diiitr vrith us oa this subject will give as their attention, we Lave an abiding confidence that their prejudices may be disabused, and their most formi dable objections romoved. We therefore i propose to open our columns to the fullest and freest discussion, and invite all wh are opposed to tmancipilion, but favor reconfatruction, to atata thtir ttjacliona, to the end tLatlhe people cf this section of the State may Lave all possible light upon a sutject of such Tst importance. Ia the mean time ve. putIah the fol lowing coraoaendatory touicjuaications. The firat is f...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 30 January 1864

ft 4S fr I fun I ? OS, 7 :- ' PUBLISHED BY WJI. CAMEEOT 4 CO.-OFFICB OS PEIKTEE.T ALLEY, BETV.XES UXIOS AND DEAMMCK BT2EETS. i "VOL. II. NA.SITVILLE, TENNESSEE, SJTJJBDJLT; JAjSTUA.IIY 30, 18Q4. isro. 2-.i:0. 7 ! - j H V J Id f i . v ATTENTION Army of the Cumberland! TO TnE FOLLOWING, AND FEOHT - THEREBY !l All the within named mtticles ca be Bent by mail at the f rices named, to wit: J. T. LLOYD'S MAP OF THE UNITED STATES with a'l the Koads and Iiailroads, and distance between sta tiocs. Size 40 X LI. Pixkt't form, linea La. " " plain, J. T. LLOYD'S MAP OF THE SOUTH EBN STATES, with a fall deserip tiou of tha whole Coast, uptL of wa ler, Ac, and a Description of etc! County. Size -101 IV kct form, lim n bail, ' ' jIjId, Sbiol firia, - - J. T. LLOYD'S . 1 to f" MAP OF THE MISSISSIPPI ElVEK, from St Louis to its mouth, with full description cf all the Inlands, bars, tames cf tbe ownirs of the dif ferent plantations, Lc. 40 ft LO. rket f..rm, linen t ak U M f(irm. iduln 1 W Mix.t fnrm...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 30 January 1864

Of 2 W. CAM 5c Co , Publishers. SATUEDAY MORNING. JAN. CO, ISCi. Persons writing to this QI2.:e to subscribe to tie Union, cr 01 any ether bnaness, fcL.oc.li address tieir letters to 7E. CAKE20H & CO., Publishers. TbeTwo Oath. , We learn that Governor Jjhnson's reason for presenting an oath for voter, different frjia that of the Treeiijent, was this: Mr. Lincoln was providing for the leturn of rebels to their allegiance, and their restoration to citizenship ; and every man who look that oath, would as sume the attitude of a repentett rebel, and would te pltced on record accord dingly. This record might, in faturo be med to dimtge the prospects of inno cent, and original, Union rsen, and there fore it was the Governor' desire to sive such f.-cra all euapicion ; and hence an other oath was provided which does cot imply farmer guilt, bnt rather a pure pa triotic devotion to the Union from the be ginning. The President's oath secures amnesty; but of this, those who have never taken ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 30 January 1864

TT1 f . ' i; 4 : i j! - i ) j f n i - J clTUEDAY MOANING, JAN. 30, 1834 Wasted, &t tLia cfik?, ono or two oji ta fold ptpcrs. Lunch served daily fr;n 10 tj 12 o'clock, and 'J to 10 t nigLt, t tie Light Hoasp, C2 CLerry Bfrfet. tf. 'jr. We are indebted to K. D. Yillsrd, teirsdealtr, 23J Ucion Stivtt, for the litest N. Y. Herald, Tilot, sad Wilkes's Spirit. We are obliged to W. C. Cillk-r for the U'.est Louisrllle aad Cincianati papers. There were bat fire cisaj bsfore Iii cerder Shace'i comt yesterday. A correfpandent at Memphis' abs u why we do not exchange with ths Dalle tin. We taiil tbs Ur.ioa to that pap?r erery day. If it fi'lj to arrive, ve can't belp it. Lunch served daily from 10 to 12 o'clock, and 9 to 10 at Li'Lt, at the Light Uocse, C2 Cherry alr'tt. tf. Divine services ia the Gorman Lan guage will bshldjia Sibballi v.J.1, ia the bascmenfof tho Sjcond IVesbytcTiin Church, commencing at one o'clock, P. II. II. Egoees, Caapliia. The do iv tax bill, which Lib pas3t d the...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 30 January 1864

t i ! J I ? rr:: ar "W . CAMT-I OJT 5c Co, Publ iahers. SATURDAY MOUSING, JAN. 30, 1S64. PROCLAMATION BY THR GOYi:HXOU. Nashville, January 2G, 1801. Wheesas, ia consequence of the dis loyalty of a Urge mijotity of (he persons Cllicg Ihe cCIat s established by the con stitution and laws of TennesfCe, and of tha tnijority cf the people cf the Stuff, and as part of the legitimate fralts cf secession and rebellion against the Gov ernment of the United States, the people of Tennessee have been deprived for nearly three yean of all free, regular and legitimate civil government, and they are now without a Governor chosen in the ordinary way, Legislature, Representa tion in the Congress of the United Slates, and without Court?, Judges, Chancellors and the variouj legitimately authorized caunty officers. .And whereat, it is believed that a tna jorify cf the people of the State are ready and desire to return to their allegiance to the Government of the United Stater, and to re-orsanize and re...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 31 January 1864

a tV-vt jwv .gr1 ft 4 O i v 9 ll si y i I V yy o PUBLISHED BY W1L CAMERON & CO. 0FFIC3 OS PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND D2ADE2ICX BTHEET; "VOL. II. NA.SETVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY; JANUABY 31, 1S64-, NO. 241. VJ to - V 1 VN . "V " O i I- i 5 ( 1 vi? 'ATTENTION ! Army of tlio Cumberland! TO THE FOLLOWING, AND PROFIT THEREBY!! All the within named articles can be ect by mil at LLo prices ntraed, to wit: J. T. LLOYD'S HAP OF THE UNITED STATES with all the Eoada and Railroads, and distance between sta tions. Size 40 K 54. Pocket lorm, linen t&t.k $1 & plain, 1 0 Sheet, - 60 J. T. LLOYD'S MAP OF THE S0UTH . EEN STATES, with a full descrip tion of the wtiole Coast, depth of wa ter, &c, and a Description of each Count j. Size 405 Pcxket form, Haon back, .... . " pU!n, - Sbeet lrm, $1 CO l to J. T. LLOYD'S - HAP OF TI1E MISSISSIPPI RIYER, from SL Louis to its mouth, with a full description of all the Hands, bars, names cf the owners ti the dif ferent plantations, &c ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 31 January 1864

t I i 1 W.OAML'RON & Co .PubUthers SUNDAY MOSSING, JAN. 31, 1SG1 Persons writinj to this CS;e to subscribe to ths Union, or oa any other tusiaers, should address their letters ts WLT. ft CO., Publishers. Oa account of the crowded elite of our column?, considerable editorial mat ter designed for to-day's paper was crowded oat. The Amnesty- end It Effect If any one were disposed to entertain doubts of the efficiency of the resi dent's amnesty proclamation, they would certainly be dipclld by a careful pcro fal of the letter of Longstreet to Oeneral Foster, which is now made public. It is dated at the "IJeafaiarters of the Con federate forces, Eat Tennessee, Jan. 3df 18G1," and at the outset the rebel says to Foster : I find the proclamation of President Lincoln, of the 8ih of December last, in circulation in handbills" amongst our sol diers. The discovery doubtlesi took Kr. Lonpsfreet by surprise; but then if his soldiers are a nnit in favor of Southern independence, and if they un...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 31 January 1864

); I J i ' i SUXDAf 3J0SNIXG, JAN. 31, 1S64. Wasted, tt tLia tfiice, one or two bojs to fold paper. - Lunch sot-Ted daily from 10 tD 12 o'clock, and 0 10 at night, at tie LigLt Uousp, C2 Cherry street. tf. We are agtia indibtd ti Jotl Davis, Esq., sgect of tLe Adams Express, and to W. C. Collier, news dealer, f jr lata piper.' Wi are obliged ta Brown & Cj. far -Fiaiik Leslie Lidj's Migazine, the New York Ledger and the Waverlj M2zine. Col. Uardj Strickland, of the 8th Te'n nesiee Caralrj, it in tie city, and is stopping at (he St. Goad. We are obliged to E. D. Willard, news dealer, Unicn-glreet, for the New Tcrk Ledger, Wavcrly Magazine, and the ten cent Eorelette "Yaukpe Cbarapr on, or the Tory and his Leag-ue," by Sjlvanu Cub'o; tho Lcslli'a Ladj'a Mag azine. There were bat little done in Ii;corder Shane' Ccurt jeaterday tine caseioa ly Laving been trio d. There was a slight fall of rain yester day, without any charge ia the tem prrature of the welL?r, which continues pleasant...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 31 January 1864

-J -y . CAI-U OI-5" 5c Co, Publish? ra. SUNDAY MORNING, JAN. 31, 1804. PHOCL MATRON By tiii: Govi:ii.on. Nahyillz, January 20, 18C1. WsEKZig, ia coascqnence of the 3is l"jlty of a large mjority cf the persons Cllirg the offices established by the ccn- etiiotioa and laws of Tennessee, and cf the taajority cf (he people cf the Stale, nd as part of the- legitimate fruits cf secession and rebellion against the Oot rnment of the United States, the pecple of Tennessee have been deprived for nearly three years of a'l free, regular and legitimate civil government, and they are now without a Governor chosen in the ordinary vtj, Ipislatur?, representa tion in the Congress cf tbe United State, acd without Ccnrts, Judges, Chancellors aad the variom legitimately authorized conn ty officers. And whereas, it is believed that a ma jority of the people of the State are ready imd desire to retarn to the5r allegiance to the Government of the United State, and to reorganize and restore the State Govern...

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 February 1864

, i '' - f: PTJELISHED BY WM. CAMERON & CO. OFFICS ON PBENTZE3' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND D2AD2I3C3 ST2EET5. isrsirviLr,E, TElsrisrESSEE, Tuesday jst 2, 1864. k - NO. 242. s aa-aasaa a i - - - , .1 r i - , , j , -. . . . ...:..'. . ; ; . " . f . ii .in. - .. . Mm in ' " " ' r ' ,i i. nj, ,,,, Ml i i n t i i I, J J r it ATTENTION-! Army of the Cumberland! TO TIIC FOLLOWING, AND mOIT THEREBY II All the within named articles csn Le sect by mill at the prices named, to wit: J. T. LLOYD'S MAP OF THE UNITED STATES with atl the Eoads txd Eailroads, and distance between tla tiois. Size 40 K 5-1. ' ! " Focket kim. tick..'. ti frJ 1 OO J. T. LLOYD'3 MAP OF TOE SOUTH EHN STATES, wilL fall deucrip tioa of tLa whole Coast, depth of wa ter, tc, and a Description of each Ccuatj. Size 40 X 54. i y Tockct f'iria, linen I) i-k, .... $1 50 ,.. 1 CO J -V- J. T. LLOYD'S tMAP OF THE KISoiaSIPri LIVER, from SL Louis to its month, with a full dc&ciiption tf all the Islands, l;ar, tames cf the owctra...

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 February 1864

W.CAMEKON&Oo .rubllnhem TUESDAY HORNING, FEB. 2, 1864. Person writirj to this 021 -e to subscribe to the Union, or on any other Wdaeis, ihould adiress their letters U TTEI. CAXZC:t & CO., Publishers. Ke-srcu;zitloii in Arkaom and Liu tlaia. The work of re-organization in Louisi ana and Arkansas goes on with great rapidity. The people are co-operating willi the military commanders, and the first of May will witness the civil anther iliei replaced on a firm footing. The blessings flnricjr from this will be almost incalculable ; all are aware of the advaiitijes resulting from organization, and when these advantages are on the side of the Uaion canse, they will speed ily restore crder where anarchy has reigned supreme during the last two years. (ja Art. an st ft, a convention of ."represen tatives of the people have assembled, and agreed, with but a sirgle dissenting Toice, to the abolition of slaveey in the State ; and tr nttestion is to be mb mit'ed to a vote of the loyal citi...

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 February 1864

r V . ft TUESDAY MOSXIXQ, FEB. 2, 1S01. Waxtid, tt tL;3 cG:e, cne or two tvys to fold papers. Lflncb B?rFeU oai'j frcra 10 t 12 o'clock, tt tLe Ligl.t Uon?e, C2 Ci eirj etre?t. tf. TLilLs to C(.I:r, tcwgutalcr, f-jr favors in Lis line. We are isd-b!od to K D. WilUrd, No. ; Unioa S rut, f:r Frsrk Leslie's 'atei arid llsrpct'd "Wet-Mr. Our fiiend Jot! Ditia, cf (he Adams Express, furnislie J uj Ia3t tiiLt with the la?:it riii!;dc!'LIs and New York papers Th'ra were twtlye cases t.-ied before IIrcord?r Shaae yesterday nca cf them important. We notice amoral he dictingaished ar rivi'd in our ciir, Hjn. lljraca llavrard and (LI. Joha N.Mherlir,'?, of East Tea neas'ee. " There is a rash d;i'.y to DarkLcrn'j Saloca, by parties who rcl:p'a a fine arti cle of wine cr rl?, and polite tltcasJance nhich they always gt froa cither O.-eten cr Sloan. Kefaees frota East Trnncsseo are ei "ly arrirlcj ia" ahbv-!la. The prin ciple cause cf their Is arias their beauti ful section cf th? country, is the...

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. — 2 February 1864

1 I l,li! iist 4 V .ijAzZJZi'Q- s Ccr Publishers. TUESDAY HORNING, FEB. 2, 18CM PROCL aMATI ON bv Tin: Govt:iion. NAfHTiLtn,. January G, 16C4. Wethsas, ia consequence of the cii loyalfy cf a large rnjoiiy of the persons filling the oClc( g tatabiishcd by the con sultation and laws cf Trnneatfe, and of the mjority if tue peojb of the State, nd as part of the-legitimate fruits cf Beef Bsion and reb?ilion against the Oav emciPEt of th Uni'ed Statf, the people of Tenneaice have been dfprited for nearly threejrf of a'l free, regular and legitimate citil . poTcrnmea, . ad they are nowitbot.t a Gcm-rnor chosen in the ordinary wy I'giilatureHeprta .nla-. tiosin th Corrft nf te Urtitad S'ateF, and without Court', Jngeg, Chaoctl.org and lhvrioa Ifgiiimaicly authorized county cfi? e ri: " T. And hrer'3t fa-beKeTec! that a tne yr'i'J of the p"j. l. of tbe Stafe are ready and desire to re'arn to their allpgiacceto the Gj?erna:ent ii the United, Stater, and to re orca";z? ad. vest ire the State O...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 3 February 1864

... it Kusr il 6 1 J! eA 1 Iv o BO O i PUBLISHED BY WM. CAME EON & CO. OFFICS ON PEINTEE3'' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEEICS STB2ETS. II. 1STA.SHVILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY; PEBEUAEY 3, 1864. NO. 243. 4 0th f Willi 'I I M ,Jk r-V-A I i V ! i r ATTENTION! Army of the Cumberland! TO THE FOLLOWING, AND P20FIT THEREBY!! , All the wilhin named articles cia be Bent by mail at the prices named, to wit: J.T.LLOYD'S MAP OF THE UNITED STATES with atl the Roads and Eailroads, and distance between sta tions. Size 40 ! 54. Pocket term, linen back . ..yr- 'l ta " " plain, 1 00 SLect, - - M J. T. LLOYD'3 MAP OF THE SOUTH ERN STATES, with a full descrip tion of the whole Coast, depth cf wa ter, &c, and a Description of each Count j. Size 40 X 5 4. Pocket form, linen l.rk, $1 M " " jiUin, 1 t0 Sheet form - - 60 J. T. LLOYD'S IAP OF TUE MISSISSIPPI RIVER, from St Louis to its mouth, with a full, description cf all the Islands, bars, names of the owners of the dif ferent plantations, c, 40 '...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 3 February 1864

"W. CAMERON c Co., J-bHsher. WEDNESDAY, FEDEUAEY 3, 1SCL Persocs writing to ttii OiSre to subscribe to tie Vnion, cr on any other fcusiaes, ehonU address their letters to "VTU. ft CO., PtUishers. Radical Comer ratlve. Fertaps joa are a radical If bo, we have a friendly word for jour ear. Cat may be, yea are a cotsf rfa'ivf ; then we bfg jcur attention. We would reason calmly with honest radicala, and ex charge opinion! freely with Lone'st coo r?a'iTf; without growling "Abolition ist!' at the former, and without marling "CoDwrbead ! at the latter. For a growl never improved the temper or edi d the uDders'undinjr of even an un reasorable aboli!ionis'; nor did a fnarl ever work impoTetn'nt in the mind of an ur rf asonable roDBcrvaitre. So if you erer.rta reasonable man, cnsire lan guage will only make tcVIm" er; if you re a reasonable person, it will only gain for us yonr contempt. If you are a knave, go yrur wy for Ibis time. It is not with ton we would speak. Taking silence fr consen...

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

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 3, 1S5I. Waxted, t tLis oClce, one or two boys to fold papers. Lncch ecrred diilj from 10 ta 12 o'clock, at tLe Light Ilcnsf, C2 Cherry etrett if. The length of the letter ILa nd the lte hour at which it was received yes terday, compelled os to lay it over. It will appear to-raorrow. W. C. Ccliier (applied ni lst night with the last Louisville and Cincinnati papers. We are agiia naderoblijalioas tD Joel Davis, Etq of the Adtms Express, for the latest Philadelphia and New York papers, in advance of tha miL "Ukrz a Little I)a?;ce ." A Call is . ta be given to-morrow night at the Union Hall corner cf Union and Cherry streets. Tarn out and " have a dance." Public meeting in Hanrgr fount?. In pursuance of public notice, a meet ing of citizens of Lliury county was held at Colombia on Monday last, to take some action on the tuVject cf re-organizing civil government ia Tennessee. Eesola'ions F-ere adeptel accepting the policy goggeEted by Gov. Johnson. Stirring- f peecheB...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 3 February 1864

"VV . CJLZUZM OH St Co-, Thiblieiiera. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB 3, 'C4. PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOK. Naihvtllk, January 2G, 18C4. Whesxas, ia conseqnence of the di lojalty of large mjorityof the persons filliDg the offices established by the con stitution and laws of Tennessee, and of the majority of ibe people of the Stile, and n part of the legitimate fruits of secession and rebellion sgainst the Wot ernment of the United States, the people of Tennessee have been deprived for nearly three years of all free, regular and legitimate civil goT-rnment, and they are now without a Governor chosen in the ordinary way, Legislature, Eepresenta tioain the Congress of the United Stale?, and without Cocrls, judges, Chancellors and the yarioas legitimately authorized county ofScers. .And whereas, it is believed that a ma jority of the people of the S Ute are ready and desire to return to their allegiance to the Government of the United States, and to re-organize and restore the State Government ...

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