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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 19 April 1862

a Si! ill ' i WMwmwiiii 61BIY1JLj.L.E , TUNKDN. i.JxZ, XL '. . VOL.1. NASHVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, APRIL 19. 1802 ; 1 i . NO. 9 MA i 1 .1 7 Til,' i,.V ".-if V I 1 n 1 '4 . FATES OF ADVKRTISIKO un'tn cm ijt to cosmni a Kir Art.) B Apiare 1 day ft (XV h additonal Insnrllon t M 14 " 1 wwk,8 00 eoo'a addlllouali,iiare 160 " ii j i 4 (,,) h i. t j 00 " 1 month 00 " !. 8 00 " 3 " 00 " " 60 " 3 " U 00 ' 6 M " " i t " 00 " 13 " 2S 0 ' " W M e ..I ' iiu,i at ruusraa. ""'liuo, on year, 00 each additional iiare10 " : .......... l. n l.lr nit Atlfl Bt D I . n .T3 situn ll kkim w . i r JtiortrUifl w(Tliall charge ! Uons. t -"vr Tftrly aanrlt"' win o uiiKwn- f ywnnou previous bo(l V) us, Dor win any r maoo (or let una one roar at tiio yearly 4aa one year at tuo yearly tctodfor will b charged for thexcei.-fc , B. B. CONNOR & BEO., COIHMISSIO.1 iUEIadXXATS, NO. I COLLEGE STREET. w Mock Jont received and tor eale low to cloe out ConiKuuieutK Bnia. rait, tor sulo by connor tt nr.o. 100 tuxes SALT,...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 19 April 1862

Per Freedom and Nationality! tt. V. mi'liciill, I'd I tor. SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 18B2.' 'A Rlandcr Hrfultd. It is high time that people sliould stop jrrpcatinj (hat Btala'ao'! atrocious false- l.ood that any conpidcrablo portion of the American people desire CBtablifh- jnentof eocial and civil equality lii'twecn ILe African and the while race. Such sjs rj'.i!ility wonl'l V jt m rpp'ijiri&nt lo Northern as to Southern people. It never has found an advocate save in t small fraction of the Northern people Aa evidence of the true feeling of the mass of the Republicans even (who do not constitute a majority of the North,) cn this point, wo quote from the late speech f that ardent Republican) Senator Doo- little, of Iowa: Now, sir, I know that communities of iree negroes are not a very desirable population anywhere. I may be mis Jaken in my Ticw of this subject, but J tto not believe that the races ever can live to- gcOier in harmony and vrilh mutual advantage lo each other; and, hostil...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 19 April 1862

r I ' ' ' I I I ' 11 "0 7 It ) 1 a. 1 V til 5i J 1 i v. 4 : 1 SATURDAY, APRIL, 10, 18C2. - , ' Th-' following jWieeg will bu charc-d nl . lha rute anni'X'ifl ; to pHid ior trAow Ait dxl in ; . Marhuhh Nuneof ii, i,,,, ,, f Vvmmm Nmv u .. i '"" '; Nonets m intern-' Ohmt.bt Ni nrr.nrTiimi ns'oV Hi 'ii-cX wlie , not fXtX'PtlirK twentv llm", $ 00 ; ovnr twn ; V "n i. r (lily, 2 IJ'I : hii.I (or l a.'.li nIitl u.nial lir.o, ftt tr, rmn nfj'.j rt, ,r line. 4 i.k;itwit wo.iVHn.ms. no M 10 'I! ( (; M T 0Tt'; '., ;- t AT ' " : t iTv " - .It) no . S DO . . - t AI'Vri'.TIf KMKNT. f"i rfuiri"l In a.lvi'ii' " f ir nil mWf rtiviriPMn. ; uiili-M rijr H-:i'il riTt'ein'tit. h " Ailvi'rtri mi titi InforM In Hi" I'irM Culutrn CtiitrLd at thn lain rl rvMity rtiu jktta. LiHieri. on liitftic' nnl n'l Temil mioi'ii mn:t ln ailrtrr-sw,l lo tiifl '-rii'illiiln rn fit tlir alivlllrulun." iinmunlcitrii ki .civr Inimirtiil fur lupcrlion inunt be tt'lilrcfco" la a. V. MfclK'KR, K'lltor. To I'nton Kirn ICvorj wh...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 19 April 1862

sv 1 NervousHeadaciie By tbs ere of those Pills tho periodle attacks of ffemrutor lick llealache may be prevented ; and If taken at the corammjivment of ti attack Immediate relief from jusin and sickness will bo obtained. They seldom fall la removing Ibe Tfautea and Head ache to which females are to subject. Tbey a-tg-ot:y upon Hie bowels, removing Outlive Men. I For fAi'fy Men, Svdenti, D'hcaie Fet"1", d all per of flrnbary JUiMfj, they are valuable ai a Zrfussflw, Improving tbo appetite, giving Zona and vigor U tbe digestive organs, and restoring tlio natural ataatlclty and atrcnstb of tht whole system. Tbe CITHAIJO HI.L8 are the result of long hives ligation and carefully conductod experiments, having been In uso ronry years, during which time they hare prevented and rel loved a vast amount of pain und Suffering from Hradacho, whether originating In the turnout system or from a doranged stale of Hie ttnwach. They are entirely vegetable In their composition, and may be tUtrU at al...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 20 April 1862

BAI ML ILdlUl 13 : VOL. I. NASHVILLE, TENN.. SUNDAY, APRIL 20, 1862 NO. 10 DA .::; ) 14 : i V H: ll UATKS Or (TK UNKI Ol UBSB TO OOKWrTCTt K1CAII.) 0 Pqoara 1 day fl 00 each additoral insertion I 10 " " lwwk,8 4K) earh additional a'iara 160 a 4 (o " a oo t l months oo " ' a oo " 2 " 8 00 " . ' 4 60 s ' n oo c oo ' 6 IS OO l a OO ADVERTISING I ; YYw.-fftt;f f a tt-vc I I j " 13 " 25 W " " 10 00 ( ? Dpi square, one year, $30 arh additional qnaro $1 0 VN j.Aritlon notice tnurt be Riven to lake out and tU p v;,tleementa of yearly advertisers brfore the year J ( i-'p.'rci, etherwlae we shall clmrjto till done. (, (i ft ill1 contract of yearly ailTerttoemenU will be diacon - uie unij .j jfbhozi prov'wu uotice to n, nor will any 'tntly on e' ni4le fur tban oue year at the yearly '"longs to i Adrertliera exceeding the space con- J6l I CVCf ii. B.' CONNOR & BRO., . NO. 6 COLLEGE STREET. New fisock Jnat recclveLnd for aale low to close out C'onnlxnmciitftr 200 Bills. Halt, fur Kali) by I ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 20 April 1862

UasIivUlc Virion.'. For Freedom and Nationality! . V. 1IF I.II, I'dltor. .fcb'ISTJAY, AI'IUL 20 ' im. The order of Geieral Dumont, regard ing outrages on the railroad?, should Jure appeared on Saturdaj'. It was 1 ft out by mistake. . i , r wm -- Important yrtirr icorperiiua; Wire Cutting, r.rfrisc-ltiirnln;, A.C As the lives ! of women and children and the eecurity c f trade have Lorn great ly endangered on one or two occasions, recently, on the Louisville and Nashville It&ilroad.CJcn.lH'MoN'rhas issued astrin gent order to his officers in regard to these idTcncea against humanity.' Wc (hank the General heartily in behalf of the public. It is precisely what was needed. Tlicre is no ne in throwing grar.a at such lenders asthoso referred to in this or tlor. It is tho intention of Gen. IH moxt to cut up the busineps of bridge-burning rack-r!pping and wire-cutting, by the roota. The following is a copy of a let ter written to one of his officers. We commend it to parties interested ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 20 April 1862

na .. , f - - ' V SUNDAY, APRIL. 20, 1802. ' - 1 1'. H. Court. , . , V A; ;il Term of the Unite J States Nun fui tho District of Tennessee will i . I tntneae on Monday (to-morrow) Uio I Bt insf. His Honor Jude Catkon, ; l'o is now io the city, will nreeiilc. It jill doul tless bo onb of tho'moBi deeply I'crcHli'r j; Courts ever convened in tliis i linlrw i t!ov. . Johnson can perhaps nhow a j 'Uijiriety of business in tho lxc'cu " 1 : Department than any other Governor Iho Union. Parties apply to him eon i 'fitly on every imaginable subject that 'elfin ixnflin ,.mnir, ,.rrtl i I i ntr ' , e,; "loning, granting permits, passes, and e everything that can wel! bo " 7j''.it cf. Loyalists and rebel", men - I J women, fokliers and civilians, crowd ji Office daily, and from ali portions of y State who?e opprexscd ieoplo now V'k to him anxiously . for deliverance. I f course tho (.atiernalorial chair is no uhoa of down for inglorious loth or unions revels, but a post demanding rculean stren...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 20 April 1862

Tiff v CURE NervousHeadache 1 CURE Jj. Headaclie. Ry tho me nfllioe 11U the periodic, atlhrkiof Herrmu or Sv-k 1wlacJle may be prevented ; and if taken al the rximtiieor,etiirnt of an attack Immediate relief from pain and sickness will be obtained. They seldom fall Id removing the JVauiea and Jfead mche to which fcnuiJei aro so subject. They act gently apon the bowels, removing Owhie stt. For Library Men, KwUntr, IMicato I'rmalw, and II persons of lfiavj habilt, thoy ere valuable as a Ijuuzlive, Improving the appetite, giving and vigor U the difi"lT8 organs, aud refltoriiii tlie natural elasticity anil strength of the whole system. The CETnALRJ TILLS are the result of long inves tigation and w:!i:!y conducted experiments, having been Id use mucy years, during which time thoy have prevented and relieved a-vant amount of pain and suffering; from neptuiar.be, whuthor originating In tlio turnout system or from a deranged state of the tlnmach. They are entirely vegetable in sheir com)oHi...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 22 April 1862

I 33AJDLY 2 VOL.1. 'NASHVILLE, TENN.. TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 18G2 NO. 11 J. . -FL. Liu Mi .1 I ,1l IS KATES. OF ADVERTISING n.t turn o lm to cftNffrnrn a mjcaii.) Jb Souare 1 day )1 00 .each aMitonal Insertion I 60 ' " 41 1 week. 3 00 cseb additional ao,uar 1 60 I k i a 4 60 . a co ' 1 mnntlKl no " " S 00 Ufcr.' 3 ' 900 " " 4 60 r ii 8 i jj 00 k .ii "6 09 fi. 'i. " 18 00 " " 8 00 t ' "It " 23 " " 10 00 1 i imwiiu at ruuariia. "pirri, rm year, TOriarb additional aipiartflO 1 Written notice mutrt b Riven lo Uk oul and U p j droriircmonta of yearly advarliaora before tun year .inii;n, tnufrwinn wo HI ih 1 1 cuarg? till uoim. No contract of yearly ailvertlaemenU will be diacon- Unoed without praTloua nntica to oa, enr will any arge be made or lose than one year at the yearly , rtc ir Advertisers exceeding the ipaco eon racted for tnil be charged for the excess." ; B., B. COIIIIOR & BE0., COMMISSION MCIICIIANTS, J NO. 6 COLI.EGK 8TBEET. - New Jltocli Jnat received and for sale low to clo...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 22 April 1862

For Freedom and Nationality!-..... - . C. IIKIlCi:it, I.dltor. TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 182.. WWP!HWIWltiyi'lil r'WWSI Ucatl tlic excellent article in thU num ber iefded Nashville. 1 ! ' To l dltoral 1 Please direct , onr 'excliangrs to ( the Union and save ua a great deal of an nicy - . .... i nee. ' ( " ' ivn. Diimunt l.rllcr, I ".Tljis important document relative to ' railroad and tele graplif, wa9 so mntilat id in our .Sunday's Issue that the whole point was omitted. We therefore rqiub lieh it. .-. ...... ' . . , ' , : 1 ConlVdrrutc Paper! Persons receiving newspapers from the Bouth will confer a great favor on us and our readers by sending them to ua. Vi are anxious to get them regularly. I ' t- -r , 1 '1. "We cannot pee why pome relic-la are so bitterly opposed to taking Ihe oath.- They certainly have no scruples about swearing. They swear at President Liu coin, they swear at our Generals and our , soldiers, they swear at the flag of their country, they swear at Gov. Johnson, and Ih...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 22 April 1862

TUESDAY; APRIL 22, mi. j Wo understand that Mr. E. K. Jonts, la(c editor of the Jiaumr, who was ar rested some days ago, has been released on pnrole. ; ' ' ' ' ' j - ', - ; , Cottov. We were gratified to pec yesterday loads of Cotton coming into ,thc citj during the day. This is sen fiblo. X5ring in your cotton, planters, and' your pocket will soon be filled ,)vith pood money. '''! , CijiF.A r Si ci:s! The .Sunday morn ing's edition of tho Uniojt, though very large, was n?t large enough by hundreds to supply tho demand. Early in the morning our counting room was crowded with newsboys and dealers seeking. in vain for a supply. 'Reading matter on every page-, .The rains continue to pour down upon lifl as abundantly a if t T ano-ol of nut.ri olism were seeking to wash out tho dark stain of rebellion frota Tennessee. military ood. A fine assortment of Swords," Sashes, Belts, common and fine gold embroidered Tassants, Sword Knots, Bugles, Wreaths, Cross Sabres, &e., lc, at Eastern pr...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 22 April 1862

NASHVILLE UNION, A Sercsstonisl is a practical Abolition ist of the most cflicient sort. A Bcccp Bioniet is a foe to Slat fiovcreign.y. In IS'iO Jolin Bell ran on the Union, . the Constitution, and the Enforcement of ! Law?. la 1802 the same John Cell ran from lb Union, (ho Constitution, Aid the Enforcement of the Laws. What a little distinction, but what a tremendous difference! Tkooph Retirmso from Canada to Exo i.avo. Th London (C. W.) Frea Press sayi a large reduction . aliout to be made in tbo strength ct tb; artilK ry force fttttioned In that prarii-ou. . i One of MuCU'llati'n tuj.dicrs, on i ho York town expedition, tried to buy a pic at a hnil.ua which tllH IriXipK pttsiutll OH tlu-ir inarch. Tht! p'-eple were astoninhod, and .exclHlmfd. What! a pie, and molureea $5 asallon?" Hie bkekade iu Unit vicinity does not k em to have been a paper one. An Oui tsoi.DiEii'a Tkai:. One old t-ol ilicr, with y bir, wounded badly in tbe fnco nr.d hipe, never uttered a murmur or made a cini...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 23 April 1862

,., II ; A - ' . B'AIJLY MASHlYiLLLE UNION VOL. I. MSIIVILLE, TENN.. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 186! NO. 12 3 il 4 1 KATKS OF ADVERTISING (tiw unnoitHTO oomnrrm a tgcAri.) Square 1 tiny fl 0(i!ch additonal Insertion I 60 1 WR' K,a 00 each additional squara a 4 to u " a " 1 month 8 00 . " " 8 - 3 " 9 00 " 4 " " 8 " 13 00 " " 6 ".." 18 00 " " " 8 " la " u o " 10 miwiRi.a at rixisrsi. i "teniire, one year, 00 ach ad ditlnnal square $1 0 tt rfwin notice miiHt be Riven to titke out anil f p WwrmMitnniUi of yearly ail vert men before the year ipiren, fiilierwiM we shall charge till done. Ko contract of yearly advertiHumcnta will be discon tinued without previous oolico to u, nor will any charge be made (or !- than one year at the yearly rt-a " Advertisers exceeding the space con noted for will be charged for the exeess.-s B. B. CONNOR & BRO., NO. 6 COLLEGE STKEKT. New Mock Juat received and for scale low to close out Coiinliinicnt, 200 libit). Halt, for tale by up 5 -coNNon k mo. 100 boxes ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 23 April 1862

im, ..... . , --,-,,,, f , ,rr , ,, l.i,,,., ,,. .i,...,, .rugjur. M,Mt MHIIIwWMM4MtMMMV . ,f , 'tVmm ' ' Fdr Freedom and Nationality! , . c. Jri:nc t:h, I'ditor. i WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 18G2. Mails. We learn that the Iuwn tram of cars ran'ofT tho track yesterday, the other side of Howling Green. Of course we had no mail last night. Our Aim. V'c pay once for all to Correspondents that our columns cannot bo used as chan nels for mere personal warfare. We came here with no private spleen tograt jfjr, no personal wrong to avenge, but to aid in restoring law and order and pop nlar government, and from this high aim we cannot, will not, must not be diverted. Tv'c have no feeling of vinclic livcness towards one rebel in Tennessee, Itut rather an ardent wish that there should bo a universal return of all who liave gone astray, to the true path of national happiness and glory the broad and long-travelled path of the Constitu tion. Our mission is one 'of love and reconciliation toward...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 23 April 1862

i V jgjtasbvilb 3tni0tu WEDNESDAY MORNING, Al'IUL 23, 1802. A Pwelling-IIonse for a small family, - . . situalcu in a conveimnt part of tlic citj. Inquire at this Office. m It llntv f! n f 'r n lb) -I, - J I II Wo learn that some news boys are t selling the Union for ton cents. Tliey have no right to do bo. Five cents is the regular price, and this yields Ihcm one. hundred per cent profit. ma Two I'dltlona !' Two editions of the Union were work ed ofF yesterday, and hundreds more of copies could have been pold liad not an i unlucky breakage of ourcngine occurred. We hope in a very fthort time to present our readers with a sheet efjual in sue and h!ki to the best city dailies. All we ask of our friends is to pour in clubs and ad vertisements. We are determined to and one of the beBt Union papers iu the Union! Tlie Mlinieaota Tlilrd. We understand it is very probably Gov. Johnson will visit the Third Minne sota regiment this evening, at four o'clock, if tho weather is pleasant, and ad...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 23 April 1862

7 I NASHVILLE UNION. . To I nlon Men ICreryw here. Friends, wc hare fairly commenced the publication of an unconditional Union journal in Nashville, and so far a? it lias been possible for uu to hare ac cess to the post-ofllces of Tennessee, it lias been a wonderful triumph, and has won the heart j. approval of tho people. But the mails are at present confined to a narrow limit, and consequently our patronage cannot grow rapidly south of tho city of Nashville. We therefore ask all who fed a desire to have a loyal newspaper published in this city one which will bring to light hundreds of crimes and outrages committed by the rebclfl during their ascendancy over us, and which the guilty authors believed would never be brought to light to come up immediately and sustain us, by gending in subscriptions and adver tising. It will be of inQnito importance to the Union cause in this State to have an uncompromising Union journal pub lished at the capital of he State. The task of conducting su...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 24 April 1862

7 ; ' . ... t - . ! WML. 'HH (ON. v VOL. I. NASHVILLE, TENN.; THURSDAY, APRIL 211802 r- - NO. 13 ILY AS T K II M S : 1)ir.T Us!0!, pr mourn 00 wm-lc, 20 Tvi Wirkit I'moi, porannnrn, t5 00 ; AVrsklt t'Ki'm, t'r aunum 13 00 ATES OF ADVERTISING (T LI!M 0 LKHfl TO OOHBtmCT i KjCili J -s-Aluars 1 ly $1 00 rar.ta aiMitonal Ir.nortlon $ 80 " " 1 tk.3 00 cacb additional S'i"ar 1 fcO " "3 4 60 " " " J CO . i Bi'nitija oo " " 8 oo ' J ' 8 CO " ' " 4 50 .i it a " !? 00 " " " 6 09 6 " IS 00 " " " 8 00 i ii 12 ii a o io oo aisir.w.i A mirn Ou Kjnaro, onoypar, t3Q -each aliiiinal siiw $10 Wrltmn notice muKi be pivcn to mien out ana ai-p adTrtifiOm'i!Ui of yearly ailvortiaora tx'fora tli Jrear xrlrfi. othirrwlfi we Blia.ll chartre till dime. No contract of yearly advertiiinmenU will be dlacon Unuril without rrcrlom notice to ui. Dor will any cliar8 be uiaila for 1cm than one year at the yearly TtttS $r Advertisers exceeding the space con tacted for will be charged for the excess.- B. B. CONNOR &am...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 24 April 1862

I jaslwllc iluion.- For Freedom and Nationality! n. . mi:im i:k, I diior. TIIUKSPAY, Al'niL 21, 1W52 ConnixTiON. In an editorial y?ster !ay, jn illation (o the lumlei iny, of (he rujjli'1 School T'unil )j tlio rc'x l Legis lature, the types made us fay the Fund was .0,CGO, wlim it elionltl have been -$2,(X;0,((i()n very malorial diflere'iie-e. VIMt f .vriMr Joiinaon lo Camp or tlio Third rl I inicootn KrV mn(, . According to the invitation jircviously annemnced, (Governor JohiiHon nttrnded the dress parade of this splendid Iirjii-. ment, on yesterday afternoon, at their anp, two miles fronxthe city. A large number of citi.rus were present on the occasion. We lifive previously spoken in Votnmondatlon of these troops, and now are forced lo add still moro liberally to the rneed of praise formerly bestowed. Wc have attended tnany dress parades nd pronounce this .Regiment the best drilled and must accompIislHMl in the manual of arms and movements, of all that we have seen Bince the begin...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 24 April 1862

fa it ,1 P Mr THURSDAY; AntlL 21, M. The river has been, rising for some daya, and it Is now in giilcndid condi tion. To I ii Ion .tleii i:ver lirrr. Friends, we. Lave, fairly commenced the publication of an unconditional Union journal in NaHl.villo, and no far as It bas been possible for us o liavc ac cbs to the post-offices of Tennessee, it as been a, wonderful triumph, and has on the heart approval of the peopie. .juI the mails are at preBcnt confined to a narrow limit, and consequently our patronage cannot grow rapidly south of the cily of Nashville. We therefore 85k all vho feel a desire to have a loyal XSv "EpSpCT publislivd Jii thin City -CISC which will bring to light hundreds of crimes and outrages committed by the rebels daring their ascendancy over us, and which the guilty authors believed would never be brought to light to cio up immediately and sustain us, Legending in subscriptions and adver tising. It will be of infinite importance to the Union cause in this Htate to ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville union. — 24 April 1862

A NASHVILLE ' UNION. font Ofllc ftollre. . The Postmaster requests us tq inform the public, that by the Kcgulations of the. Post Office I (opart inent, under recent acts of Congress, 1. Tho pi cpay merit of drop letters is no longer optional, hut all such letters not prepaid by stamps, arc sent promptly to the Dead Letter Office at Washington. 2. Thc!aw requiring notice to be given of unpaid letters is repealed. Postmas ters arc directed to return to the "Dead Letter Office 11 all Id ten hell fur pottage, or attempted Jo be sent with stamps pre viously i sed, or stamp9 cut from stamped envelope., and unpaid letters for foreign countries vn which prepayment is re quired." 3. Letters to. which, the old 6(amps havo been affixed, and letters inclosed in envelopes bearing the old stamp, are treated like any other unpaid letters. ' 4. Letters from soldiers may go for ward without prepayment (Iho postage to be ro11n("l at tto ofiler of delivery), provided that each letter shall be endors o...

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