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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 28 August 1862

it- L -. ft P PUBLISHED TjX AN ASSOCIATION OF riUNTF.F.S.-OrFICE ON rmXTEKS' ALLEY, FETWEEX UNION AND DUADr.r.ICK STREETS. VOL.L NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, . THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1862. NO 119 Sanson Ccunfn girrriom CITY GOVERNMENT, i .MIM til'ttrl rrit,Jlf.ir-ir.' WIILMM SHANK, Hecouler, . , . , . .': i CHr:m.Kr, Af...-!. . ; , - . Tiiytitp tTarthalXt F1. VnikliiMiD, A. C. Tinker, So. I JibiM A. Bter-l. (7re ( MariM John CI.Uirililey,r-((f.ln, Oral; I. RjB,icoBd ; anl Jol'.n RMlalek, third. Tea Atteumr Willlalu Driver. Jtosntu CHrWor A. B.ShaBkiaB.I Warer Tux Collector 1. B Oarrott , Trrmrtr R. Henry. ' " ' . Il r MnerTtioman Leal,. ' ttttpmixUtuInU M VFartivMMeS. U p.1it. . Brrltendt Baler ll'ur Jan' Wratk ; Ckiefrflh Fir Vpartmwrf Joho M.St)iirf. rj-i fa (VmWurp T. H. Mi BrtUe. I SlrtM Qrmeer J.L. Htevrart. dry Attorney JntiB M.-I'lisll Sruitri. CITY COUNCIL. Briur.l e XWrmm M. M. Brien, free'iiMit ; .t. K. Kcon.ttU.O. A. J. WaTOeld.II.n.Scuvel.Viri.H CbraU bun, J. C Hmllb, M. 0 I. Ibl...

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 August 1862

en For Freedom and Nationality S. C. PIERCEK, WHor. TnUBSDAT WOriNlNU, AUU. 2S, lbC2. We re not only mining hiniovy, but we are Jitiny r hietory, and wc feci that desire, ye, that passion which pci-radd the breasta of all honorable men, fur an unblemished and glorious name with posterity. Yefl, weart living for history, and il it not highly degirablo that wc ihall be mentioned in all coming ages, not only a a strong, a wise, and a warlike people, but an the most magnanimous, and gen erous, and merciful people which ever lived. This would indeed be a most singular glory, for we would ahine with out a rival in all the chronicles of time May it not bo well, then, that our G'ov eminent has been ao exceedingly, so astonishingly, and sometimes we impa tiently ay, ao unaccountably lenient with the enrtiiics of good government and of public happiness ? Justice forbears to strike the guilty in dWine as well as in humnn dispensations of punishment "She moves with a leaden step," says the Huma...

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 August 1862

DasIifiUt anion. THURSDAY MOUNINU, AL'GL'HT 2S, mt Urn. ItotiMeau. Thi dinlinKuislied oHifcr arrived in Ihil rilj yesterday from Hniils-trille. ? ; - Rumored Battle. . The city wti full of rumon yclcnljr bout a batlift whii'li v reported to tare Li en fought ou last Sunday, bet wen Oen. Rramq's forrri, and Gen. M'Cook' tlividions, near Altunionto. It is caid tliat IUuna jaa reputed with greitt laughter. If the report ia net correct now It will bo, for Hcrxt's forees wil ttirih the rebels wheneTcr they get a chance at them. . - - . tVe have a large quantity of old newspaper, suitable for wrapping papt'f, which we will (lispoao of at 40 els. per hundred. ' The extract from Jndta'o Kent on point of International Law arc worthy I of general perusal. They contain truth and decision which few are aware of. See tho advertisement of "llecruits Wanted," in another column. Fifteen recruit are wanted for Battery A, lt Teiineadeo Artillery. They will meitc the regular bounty, rations, and cloth...

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 August 1862

1 iiill1iWjlV,lt,l.'llllg ,-Hl' a s'tiiisp.iMwa- v - gTflsbvUIc Pinion. a, c. ssr.aci it, i ditar. T Correpon4ent. . Our corwapondenU most allow v to (ska our own time fr reading their com jnunlcttioni. We lmfe no timo to bo retd to. It 1 literal! impossible. flnt Nllee, We bT no timo to transcribe cotu munlcationi. We soinclimea receive communications with a acrap of rcmT dMial information WTilten on tbo back of the manogcripL Of course if we use the manoicript we bare to re-write it, and this impoaoa entirely too much labor on ua. We have no time for ucU work. Notice to C'1nblakera. The Editor will be greatly obliged to porioni making tip clubt for the Union if they will remit to the pahlitthcra and not to himself. Communications and 8nb scriptions are aomclimes mixed up with private information in such a manner aa to cause needless delay and trouble to all parties. The following resolution was iinani ruoiiHly adopted at the treat Slate Union Convention held in this city May 12, 1...

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. — 29 August 1862

XT MUST $S " S f test "".r. :;.-. aainiiii i. itoiiin wri'i' i ni'i I ' j rUBLISIIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF FP.INTEBS. OFFICE ON TRINTF-RS ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEMCK STREETS. VOL I. - a CITY GOVERNMENT- . JOHN HU03 SMITH, Jnpnr. -WIIXUM Sr2ANF, rtwf. , JOHN CHTSIBLET, Jar.M. Drmli ilarilialt W. II. Wllilntoa, A. g. fiwr, nd Jnn A. 8tl. ClrrlafUn rt--JotioChMoblaf,-rr'lcw,Sttj ia. I. Ry, sefload' ; and John Rd4:ck, th'r. Tn At! WlUlani Drlvar. Jlmm tVIwfcr .1. B. SbukUnd Waif Ji CMtetorft. B Oa-rttt. Tmmu-iT B. H'nrv. HUor Matrr Thomui Lfk. FupfritUttxlm thr WorUmi. Q. Ikxiii. Kuprrlnlmirnt rf Out Valur HVls Jiums Wrnl I r.V tf ' IVpartirwra John M. ra'. it,'. r.rAm A Omrtflry T. II. Mi:Br!i1. UlrfH 0r-wr J. 1. Btitrrart. ' t'f'ji .1.'.'c.-; v ,1.hD M. Phall Smith.. CITY COUNCIL. JtwirJ lM.rrmfn M. M. Brlwi, PrsiJ.it ; .1. T.. Newman. 0. A.J. Mayfiald.H O.fYoval.Wni.lM b.&t him, J. C Smith, M. 0. 1- Cliilbornn, u4 .lit. Kobb. Common Cotiwil W. P. Jddm, Prtt.J.M j William Rob...

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 August 1862

s rscsxaQ&Tf" fflasMUe Virion. for Freedom ud Nationality. . C. PIEHCKH, Editor. FBI DAT MORNING ACQ. 20, IBG2. Gen. Bucir Army. Ever Lodf h been looking agf-rlj' for new from the Ticlniljr of Chattanooga for evcral day, but tho news delay coming; arid we aro etill looking. The rcbeli have crossed Tenncmee river and our div iflions ere od Iho alert, eager to give them battle ; and it I hardly posit ble that aa engagement can long be de layed. The rebels have been exulting far some day in the belief that Ccn. Mor.run was effectually hemmed in at the (Jap, bat at Oca IS'et.sqx has pushed for ward with iarge force in that direct ion, wa think that matters look exceedingly unfavorable for the rebels. It In certain that they have no force comparable to Bcrxis in discipline and efficiency, and we feel confident that ho will scatter them to the winds whenever lie enengog wilh the rebel legions. Thcro In no principle, of justice which is more obvious, or more apt to bo for cotten than t...

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 August 1862

jVi- w ;.ja wo aw. mmn m mM Ha.T.aWa aa WWW tfl i fwHia- xAgMMUM r FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1862. W have a large quantity of old newspapers, ui(a'l for wrapping paper, which we will dispose of at 40 cs. per hundred. The telegraph line ii still unrepaired, and conaotjuca'Jj we are without din patc.hu. We loarn that (h wires aro being repaired at fast ai their protection can be secured. Karl liussELL haa addressed letter to Mr. Skwahd, assuring him that Her Majesty's Oorcrnuent have nothing more at heart than to Bee a sjeedj ter mination of our dificiilties. He pro fesst's imjxirliat neutrality.- Si:tx(T Fcnoot,.' See the Advertisfl mcnt of M'lle Torpp? in another column. Those liaring daughters to educate would do well to pntronizc hex, D9, from her ffng exporience, she is amplj qnalifind to superintend the edncRtion of young la dies. ' ' ' ' We are pleased to learn that Mr. J. Lee Am.F. has effected an arrangement by whieh our rity will ajrain bn pinned in conimuniealion with Loui...

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 August 1862

-eu-wi.Bi.,,1,,1,,11,1,., i.t j.. It. C. MERCril, Editor. Te Correspondents. Oar compondinU must lloir ut lo te our own tlm for reading their com tnoaicticras. VT b n Mud to. Iti !JtrllDipoRiiU. Fleaee Notice. mnnlctliom. Wa Rometiincn recctTe communication with a icrap of confi drnliaX information written on the back of tlia mBncript. Of course if wa use th manuscript we have to re-write it, and thil impoaa entirely too much labor on ni. We have no time for such work. PToile to Cia.nakrra. The Editor will be f-reatly obliged to peraooi naming op cluba fur the Union if thej will remit to the publishers and not to himself. Communications and sub cripii&ns are eomclltces teired op with private information in such a manner as to cauta needless delay and trouble to all parties. The following resolution was unani mously adopted at the great State Union Contention held in this city May 12, 1 862 : Ilaolved, Thai we recognize in the NxiHViu.a Union an able exponent of the principle! of...

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 August 1862

I Y 4in a IWew.B) IT HUST 55 a i lilt . .1 t published dy an association of printers. office ON PRINTERS' allet, between union and peadfrick streets. v. VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY. AUGUST 30, 18G2. NO 121 -in? ....... A ri -4r ,4 A rfi v h" y I I r it - . n til v I n-m I - t .. ... . " - v f -.. b i-v . v 1 y JnHbson CEtmittn . gircctarg. CITY GOVERNMENT. . ymn nroH fmith, Nnym. . jonn rnrMBunr, MmM. fejuity Uarfhalt W. H. Wllklueon, A. C Tucker, 4 Jam A. Steole. '' T rrrti AfirlMt JtihaCbuiDbUf ,V4W,flnt; J. I. Rjaa, second and John RJdlck, third. To iliwiwr Willie Driver. Jlerrti reflector A. B. ShaBklenil , ViUff Taz CvlMarK. B Oari-utt 7Vajire Henry. H Turf MatlArThama leake. BuperinlimJrct of l':e Wor 1 tooui J Q. TW. inr(n-lKt.-nl 0 lAa ITe-r IforlwJuWI Wyatt f 'ltf V tho' Fir TfrltMk- John M. rWbnry. rfm a fla OwKrf-T. 11. M. Br''!'. Wreet Oeereeer1. h. Stewart. Vy .tw.nwy Julio Miltinll ftiuitti. CITY COUNCIL,- JlearJ uS AliermexH. U. Brlen, PreeWnl : J. T.. Newma...

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 August 1862

Tot Freedom and nationality. ft. C. tnEttCF.lt, Editor. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGOrT :it, lfci'.U Treason Matt Not Be Countenanced. Aro treason ami rebellion offence gainst tlio Government mid (lie laws, or are thfj jtmtifiauo under our political BTBtera ? Thli may teem to be a etrange qncniion to ask; but there really appears to be a wirto diftVreuoe of opinion as to bow It should be anwerrd, Law.boolis and the common voice of mankind Lave aJwaja pronounced n Ik "ion as the great est offence a citizen could commit agaiDat his Government, aud deserving tho ae Tcrest imnisilimcnt. But it was roservsd for certain political philosophers of tho South to discover Mat by tha Constitu tion of the United Statc.3, a ciliea has the nm prjvil.e to shoot down an fll' cer when the litter attempts to eseputo a law unpalatable, to him, 'tbat bo had to Tolo against that officer at the polls ; that citizens havo the same right to fjot tp an armed rebellion that they have to attend A Bank, Tariff,' or ji...

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 August 1862

r - SATURDAY MQUNING, AUOUifT 3, We hT a large rtnantif y f old newspaper, tuifable for wrapping paper, wbich we wi.I dispose it at 40 rU. per hundred. ' i-1 ' a" ' 7" iaaw l 1 . ; 1 .-..- --,- --,.' J " ' Kate Wewapapt-ra. ' Meisrs. Uap.hc k Hocon, No. C- lege Street, Lave lai J ui undrr rerj great tfUigatiutig tp t!iom Tor a lot 6f Louisville Cincinnsll, end I'nsftrft hewppspcrs, witli copies of h Iiluitrated ncwpapere nd IlABrr.n'i Monthly. '. Ye were fmnislied for ncwi end .lo. Hall entcrprlslaig and gentlehihnly . firm sfpp!icl our wants abundant !jv Tbo public will find tbem npplied with an abundanr-e of the most popular DvwRpapeia and DrmMkt of Ibe day, wlicnitrer' euch tlunge'coni be bad. They nerer allow tbemeclres to be out tripped by any body."- " " Jerr DavjS lias' joined tbe Church. hxt Lrangclist performed that miracle ? Tie may congratulate himself on having deioended into hell. Some Ministers baptize by dipping, others by pouring, and others by sprink ling; but if th...

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 August 1862

'ti - i V V a. o. wr.ncr.n,Edif r. "" OorcorrepondenUiiiot ua to taka oar own ti f.r reading their com mtinlcatioM. W ,,m 0 read to. Ultliter&T ImpoMibl.. Please Ntl. W bare no tima to transcrib com munication. Wo omf times receife communications with. irap of twi- dmtial Information written iu tho back of tho manuscript Of course if wo tioe tho manuicript wo haro to re-writo it, and this Impowa .aiirely too much labor cn us. Wo haTO no time for ouch work. m Hatlca to ClttVa.na.krra. Tho Editor will bo greatly ohliged to peraocs to all tig op duba for the Up ion if titty will remit to the publishers and cot to himself. Communications and Bab crlplions are sometimes mixed up with prirate Information in such manner as to cause steedlrss (May and trouble to all parties. - The following resolution waa unani nionaly a do pUd at the cat State Union ConTention held in this city May 12, 180: Jlaolved, That wc recornize in the Nashvlllh Usiok an able i-xponont o tho principles of the Uni...

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 August 1862

TV". itazvl''' " Jrr m : - ' .. .. i , 1 '-- r ,.. .... ,, . . , - ' tT WTTfiT tv titrfrmtf' PUBLISHED r.Y AN ASSOCIATION Or" rr.INTTT.S.-OFFICK OV PIUNTF.RS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION ANT) PE APE KICK STREET. VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, AUGUST 31, 18G2. NO 122 a-t ra r ra k: . m II I'. Satribm (Hunk ffmdm. CITY GOVERNMENT. unis vvc.n fmith, ; WILLIAM WUNK, ttecarier. 1 ' ' ' JOHH CIIUMBI.EY, MarrM. Deputy ILinUaU W. H. Wilkinson, A. C. Tuc'-or, Mid JtM A. Btml. Clerkt of Oil Marietta Jrrlia CbumlOuy ,u-o$rio, flrst; Jem. L. Ryao.Kcond ; and John ReUlck, third. To ituwor-WIUIm Driver. Ilevmat Collector k. B. Hhankland. ITahw To CWIsefar- B. B. Osririt. Trtanrtr B. Jlonry. ; Rtar Matter Tbnnis Leake. KlIJwHnrWffU of tt narlV J. Q. I0(I4. Xujrftenin '.. WVriU-Jaine Wystt fiV V '";r rj'Or(mil John Bl. Seatinry. fiexton of th Cemetery 1. II. Mriln.l-. frJ Orertter3. L Stewart. t'iy Attnrnfy Johtt Mc-Phsll Smith. CITY COUNCIL. Boonl i Wcrrafn M. II. Brlen, Prldiil ; .1. K. NfwmD.a. A...

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 August 1862

)mWU 'Union. "?!- . 'LM for Freedom and Nationality S. C. IHKBCEIl. Editor. SUNDAY MORNING, AUG. 311302. Suicidal Conduct of Secessionist X cannot help considering it panging itrngf, alter making all allowance fur the excited p&8ion of wen, that Scc nionlsU of rcspecUbility and men of pro pert, should for one moment counte nance and aid the marauding expeditions ?.!.",-.AS. ' ITia irrrtniidr anrl predatory jgtcm of operation, fight ing in disguise, destroying property, and wising w hatever he may need, from either friend or fofl, without compensation, it etrongly condemned by all civilized na tions. It it nothing less than a system of free booting, and ill inevitable tenden cy, is to abolish all Sense of right and wrong, and air regard for the, right of property. The guerrilla, Boon learns to steal and rob where be can do so to the best advantage and with most profit to himself. IIo will as soon spoil a friend as a foe. Hit plunders the house which ..promises the beet clothing, ...

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 August 1862

t, rv llllVllt SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST r.l, 18f2. We liar Urge qnantity of old ncwpier, auiUblo for" wrapping paper, which we will dispose of at 40 it, per hundred. - Beooko rKESBTTKniAM CiitKdi. Nash ville. In aoordance with tlio Fperial Order of Col Miller, appropriating llio Second rrcsbytcrian C'hnrch Post Chapi'l under (he dirtrllan andxcon1rol of the loyal members, all officers and aol dirra of the United Mates, all strangers who may happen (o be in (he city, n well ai the cilizenrof Nashville, are cor dially invited to attend 1 Urine service at aidChnrrh. Treadling this morning at 10,' o'clock, A. IL, by liov, J. R. F.ads, Chaplain 4th Ky.f regiment. We invito the altealion of our readeri to the advertisement of Mr. It. DonMAf. lie Laa been solicited by his old Xriends and patrons to open a select school for boys; and having acceeded to their wishes, he proposes to commence his scs sion on Monday, September 8th. His terms are very liberal. All persons de siring to enter pupils...

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 August 1862

aaa-','rtil-.; s. c. niiciicni, r.ditor. To Corresponded la. Our correcpondenti must Hove ui to tak otir own tiina for rf ding thoir com munlctioD. We br no time to he rttdto. It it literallj impooRi)ln. riiait Notice. We bare no time to transcribe com immlcttions. We ornftimct receive romitiunicktlom with a fcrap ol rwiyT der.Ual Information written on the back of the manmcript. Of course if we use the msnmcript we have to re-write it, and UiU Imposes entirely too much labor on . We hare no time for inch work. Notice to CIaa(timk.er. The Editor will be greall j obliged to persona waking op cluba for the Ukiox if they will remit to the publishers and not to himself. Communication and sub scriptions are sometimes mixed op with private Information in such a manner at to cause neodless delay and trouble to all parties. The following resolution was unani--mouftl adopted at the great State Union Convention held in this citjr Maj 12, 18C2: ileiolvtd, That we recognize in the Narhvillb Uni...

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 September 1862

IT MUST U p cawya a vy www - " I J: III 11 W i I CO I 1 I L M ill 'V 1 fc- " V... ip -V PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF rlrtNTERS.-OFFICE OX Hi INTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. J VOL I. NASIIVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 1802.. NO -123 TERMS) IMili Cnu, Mf n'im..., , ft 00 ; " " fHt 0 Tin Wiut Uartoir, por tnnom, IS 00 Vnti Co, pr annum H 00 TUESDAY MOKNING, FEl'T 2, ISC2. OFFICIAL. LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES irtTBLK No. 111. AN' ACT making appropriations for the run cot and cnfetlngent ex?Ur.aa of the Indian Department, nnd for fiillilhiig treaty Mipulul" ns with various ludtun - tribe, for tin1 yeur ending Juue thirteenth, eighteen. bond rot and sixty three. Itr il moiimi hp th Vd' eurf Hon qf flrprf MiWliw of As I 'mud Hllr tl Amrricm in Confirm UJ KiNMrd, lint the following sums be aud they are thereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treusu ry not other tsa appropriated, (Or the purpose or pay ing the eurreul and ootitingenl expanses of the ludmn ...

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 September 1862

wevwrj"i The For Freedom and Nationality; C. IHF.KCEU, Editor. TUESDAY HORNING, SEPT. 2, 1,2. The Cause of all our Misery. A member of llie Frendi I.rgation in Washington, states llint a rclativfof Lin recently asked Jon Smdf.l, whether he did not think that the maintenance of alavery liindred the independence f the South ? Mr. SmdhMj answered that ho did, and assured him, that "the lime was close at band when the South would wipe the institution of Slavery, the cai'SR ok otn rrF.sr.sT jmsf.ry from Ler statute hooks." W'e have every rea son to believe the statement, w hich has been confirmed so often by sneh South erners as Mr. Yaxckt, Mr. Mak, and Judge Host, will tin the lant twelve niunths, and alao by statements published In the leading London and Paris papers. Who can doubt that men as reckless and as ambitious as the Burns, Masons, Davis r.s. and Toomm, would not far rather maintain themselves in power by uncrl firing slavery, than comeback into the Union to be tried and execu...

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 September 1862

STasIwiUe Pinion. TUESDAY MOI'.NING, SLIT, t, M,l. hare a Urge qtiantil .f old tewapaperii, atiltabla fur wrapping piper, which we will diopoup of at 40 rt.. per hnndied. PBrllriilar lNatloei. Mr. C. I). Whiting Ui Mnmed llie firil.rtl ttf iiir if w anliarri ntinn llf. Ho will floe that Ihe Vvnv it clilircrrd frgu- . Jarly to city miti'oniH'r every miirnins. He will also make collection! promptly, at Jrst every two w.'eka. Ivo money taken but Ten.ii'Hiuc, or par funrl. False I:f.pot. It wai circulated in the cily yesterday that J. Lek Anus's regular line of Slatjei were captured on their way to I'mtiklin, Ivy. Thi ii a mistake. They will leate here at o'clock tlii a evening, on their regular trip. Ofllra at the Hewanee House. y Sept. 2 It Draft Bill. The Louisville Vcrnocml puhlislii a an act of the Kentucky IxRiltnre, now in acasion, providing for ft lraft whenever it may be needed. The Pnnncrut aaya: " We pul.Iih thiai morning the draft bill of the State. It it a complete a measur...

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 September 1862

affWCTiwuiiy'WMuiw-; amn r imi ih h , -"-nrrnri wi.jo.jiwi j A. c. mi: nc 1:1c, r.iiir. CONFISCATION ACT. rtDLic-No. ICO. As act to suppress insurrection, lo pun ish (resoon nd rebellion, to seize and confiscate the property of reboln, and , for other purposes. Ite it enacted by the Semite and Unite of JlrprenrnUdiva of Uit United Stain of Amer tea in Congress assembled, That every person who shall hereafter commit the crimo of treason against tlio United State, and ghall be adjudg-d fi.iilly thereof, shall gitlfer death, and all hid slaves, if any, shall bo declared and made free; or at the discretion of tho court, lie shall be imprisoned for not less than five years, and fined not less than ten thousand dol lars; said fine shall be levied and collect ed on any or all of tho property, real and personal, excluding slaves, of which the said person so convicted waa the owner at the t ime of committing the said crime, any sale or conveyance to the contrary, notwithstanding. Fee. 2. And...

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