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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 14 September 1862

""' "I 'I" Wi n WM e.wwawawswaajwi ..-15 - i ' , IT MUST BE j, rUBLTSIIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF rRISTER8.-OFFICE ON rMXTRS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND JU'.ADLPtCK STUEETS. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1SC2;1 VOL I. NO 134 . .. .... g jt- .iCfX- - ; - : i - - - - - CljbftsonCounljfpirtttots. CITT UO V t n n m t n i , i C : f ' ! f I i I ' JOHN IH'UH PMITfl, ..-. 1 ' WIU.1AM HHAN'K, Hvoriif. JOnM CHl'Mni.KT, AiWi.ii. Vrpwif f..r.Aol W. IT. Wllklninn, A. C. Tucker, ad Jama A. Btel. ClerU ofA Afr Joha Cuiimhly,er-oJrlo. (Iral; Jo. I. R,,oond ; aad .hun K-ldu-k, tterd Amtmor William Priver Jfeiii fldreor A. B. Stmuklaii.l B'iit Tix dflbcMr t. H llair.il T..nrn K. Henry. BAh Affer Tlnimiw l-ruae. em-MMmenr of Iho n'orlAiai J 4 Itodd. Xunernvtea'W ur WalrT HVI I'ltu. Wyail tiV Vjir(inil John M Seabniy. firrtvn mt A fV-wietery T. H Mi-Bride Si-eW Oreraeer J.L. Stewart. 7 doree .loha Mophall Smith CITY COUNCII floar.l Akln-mea M. l. Biien, President . I V.. Newman, O. A.J. May He...

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. — 14 September 1862

gjnslirillc Wwou. For Freedom and Nationality a. r. tnr.ncr.n, f:titr. SDNPAT MonSlNfl, SEPT. 14, 1802. Our Proclamation. A reliable gf nlleman inform in that reliable gonlliman from .Sumner cotiutjr tftW a reliable genllcnun from Sumner t-ountj yesterday, who reported flut on Fridj lin ir ia (Ullatia, I'ir.il and Frmoil, ltOiftm k hurri. i'it, Fyi-nnlly, a:hl in Out Wrl plot, lion. ,iiilrw mting. Fifthly, awl finally, lh aliiT of ihm (j. hnrrn. ' Now, know all men ly fli - irin-i, tliat unit the afarciinitl 1. hrrit, ewinp:, 3. gin, do not incontinently (A) 8!o (R) Vamose, (') Ainr-natulafr, (D) Cllt 8lic.lt, .'. . : (IS) Ahire, rvasivr, rnuiiqwre, (F.) Skedaddle from (be limits, boundara-a, termini, and area of llio aforciaid Gallatin, lying and being in tlie aforesaid county of Sumner, williiml any delay, benilatjon, reinori. atrancr, or parleying whaltUit-Vt-r, we tv ill foilbwilli piiicrcil in person to (lallnlin, ainicd and equipped a the law direct, in aiicli case made and pr...

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. — 14 September 1862

NIMUJU J ! I St (I DfashtlUc Anton. SUNDAY MORNING, SEPT. H riirnlilifd ltm Wanlrd. An oflk-er driirrs t fiirnialict room, where lodging maj be had nj a )lfn tnt home secured. rii-Be 1 Jrns Drawer C." TobI Ollicc. Col. J. T. E. MiI.f.a hau lcen ap loi tiled lo the command of a regiment of . Infantry, rcndczvouHing at Anni!i, Md. Maj success attend liim in hit new firld of operations. ; " J. Lk Aut.e's line of stages (lcave fur Franklin, Kj. to-morrow .niorning at T'a o'clock.' . Parties ..'wMiing ' tt go through to Louisville,' liatl . better secure fata early lo-dajr.; lie has accommoda iiuu for oii nr o.' pf nem. Oliicp at the Fewante House. Cit Hakkut r.E-fH KN'i). The Puke ry of the undersigned having been closed for some lime, .the public are informed that hereafter they can obtain freRh T'.reod in I he afiernm.ii of each day. I will alito keep on hand a good article of li ye Bread. l'lear give me a call. ! O'C'ONNOli, Corner of Summer and I'ttion St. ' Sept13-!tt. RfcCOND PRES...

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. — 14 September 1862

f ;.',PWK.il-'iB.'CTyW!iy B$?wlaaa -..i,r..-.1;.' - TanO" m. r. micBtrn, r.ditor. CONFISCATION ACT. lYnnc-No. 100. Art at lo inpproM insurreHion, to pun ish treaon and rebellion, to soip niul ronfisrtte tho properly of reikis, and f(r other purposes. lie it enacted hj (lie Hennie. and flow rf fieprcientaftveii rf the I iW Stale of Amer tea in Congrtvx axsnnlM, 1 ha it every person who shall lirieaflrr rnmmit the crime of Ire ft non against the. United Ktnles, sml shall be, iljuiked guilty thereof, shall nirer death, nnd all bin slave, if any, pliall bo dcrlared and made free; or at the discretion of the court, lie shall be jmprinoned for not less than five year, and linen not lens than ten tlionnanil ilul larn; said tine shall be levied and colleei ed on any or all of the properly, real and perttonal, excluding slaves, of vhioli the paid person po convirtrd wait the owner at the time of committing t lie said crime, any sale or conveyance to the contrary, notwithstanding. Sec. 2. And...

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. — 16 September 1862

- ..,...... ,,. . ... i ..i .. v - - ..... tV . 7-1 J" "Z-f ATWR T .,!& ... Cm.-M ,TWw..,, j ! , c2 115 !. '! -f X! ' J ; .'m7 Z..V -J ".'1 . '". Y, ''Z. .i'ir ' . , .. PUBLISHED BY AJI ASSOCIATION OF TRIXTERS-pFtTCE TO.liissr'.tKt', B'EtWKTJ?! 'UNION 'AM DEAUKBICK STREETS., f. - ,, . ... fV ',, ,,. ...... ,., VoiKnl nasiiville, . tennesseeIFtues.dayHs ! ;:r:';l::'';:::-:::r': ! HH::: ::;:no:i r .. r... , .... , .,,, -,- ", S ..... ., , ., ... : , . ... . , - . , , .. . . ... .. . :l . 1 i a ... ai... j. . ... t.. T.4.v.. -- . I .. ... , ' .J i . i . ... .... ,.. . , ... It OITY OOVIRNMCNT. f.'lf ' 'rt ' '- f J -t f !;' tf)Pf 1ICOT1 fWITH, ! J 'j s...-i i .Jill ,air,MB.r:T.rVin4. ...f j rin.uM f-W..l -ir-ja..WMVl"f A.CTu(k.-r, tod Jimfi A fw.'l.' !f Til wMwrWlllil IfW- I .... ; i c Supm-intrmmt of ' 1 '' H'orl Jaw" Wyotl ' CA.1 Ihi t'irt lirlwna joha M. ..tiur. (.. 0 Cr.w-jf T. H. M. BricW.' ' XrM (hrmtirJ. t. Ilrwrt. CV 4Hot Jl M. Pball Smith. nT,.i J l;,Wi.i X. Itf. Hi fen' l'...

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. — 16 September 1862

j. MW1W llnilHi gtnsltviUc Anion. For Freedom and Nationality H. C. IHF.RCIH, r.dttor. TUrSPAV MORNING, FEPT 10, m. A littlo reflection will iatifj nj one tint tha invasion of the loyal Statr, bj large lioilioi of the Confederate troopa, under their ablest Gtnera.lt, whilal it must be followed by an fitenaiva rav aging and plundering of loyal territory, will place the foe in a far more ailranta genua position fur an attack from us than Lt liM ever bet n before.' ' If there be true patriotism, .energy and zeal Jn the heart of the loyal these rebel inva sions under Jacksoh Into Maryland, and vof Smith and Kraro Into Kentucky, must certainly result in the route and cap ture of the best armies (he reikis now have in the field. ' It will be perfectly in , the power of the Union force f com pletely surround, overwhelm and capture tho invaders; and at the same time the withdrawal of these rebel troop from the revolted State, leave the whole Southern coast open to an attack by our fleet. We...

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. — 16 September 1862

aUaM''),.,j''y4 TUTSDAT MOnS'lNO, RF.PT. 1, lr,2. The tlcgrnpti i not boon In oora tion at this point fur seroral lu ji. Tlia wires woik from Franklin to Jxniwlli'. . grspo fin clrculaUJ a rrport of a fight at Tupiillo a Uaj or two ago, in wLiih tb Federals were wortlod. .Of course there w a no (iRltt there at all. Q - Uullrr n il in titir utiket fur one ill 'lurjier pound t ' Of course it is terj easy to Jail which nide of your bread it buttvr- d ai IIk'SC rated. Oiira is buttered ..tht-hp,. :-: , '. i' ". . ' . II wni'ld fe -wrii hip .ctraiS ribili is Ibis tilaoe, (i rvllecl that Nashville (-an easily be made lo. tiros k Irtitr kiid be come .-fiiviUe. . . i r Th Rarr Sport. There will bo two Daces (Trotting Matches) over tl.'e Nashville Course to-day. The first rare. t con olf at three o'clock. . All hirers of good spoi l arc invited lo attend. CHAM. TAYLOKrVjo-.W.f. formatted Hooin aiiled. An ollicer drfiire a furninhed room, where lodging may be had and a plea anl homp secured. ...

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. — 16 September 1862

m. . t snHnn k I ' 1 . . i t , T II , ' ' t i g!W.T...;.gWl "' " ."r .' A e r Kr,"l:i i f . j-r , . CONFISCATION ACT. ;f -.-. -f"'F w .. a , - i Pim h'k.i. lexn ... -. -i 4,vw. '"'H1-,,.,,)t,,.,( , . Alt Vi r.U iiiircRs" ihniirrprtlon; 10 inui iwh tnasoii and rebellion, to st-ia-u ami ( (infiscato llio properly of rclx ln, nncj for ol her TMirpnsc. till HtMXt if P.mrrsmUdlvta of ihf, I. 'nihil Stale of Amej iai in Ctmgre't amnrJJal, That vcry person wlmihall iicmflcr fomtiiit tlto crime of t-t-juinn against j) ,Unjtod stales, sml . shall bo ajiKlgfd.'Rniljy. 11m rof, ph'all gn l!Vr death, and all hi slaves, if any, shall be declared and made free; or at the discretion of tllo court, he shall be !r.5Jr inati live years, and lined not less than ten thousand dol lara; eaid iinC shalr be levied an,d collect ed on any or all of the property, real and personal, excluding; slaves, of which the said person so.invicted. was .the owner at the time of committing the said crime, any sale or con...

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. — 17 September 1862

TT TTOH : ; "' .wi P rUBLIMED BT AN ASSOCIATION OP mNTKHS.-OlTICE ON PTALLY, BRTWF.ri UNHAND PEADKmCK VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 1802. NO ISO Jlatjibon Countn girtttcnj. CITY GOVERNMENT, .IOIIX III'ttH SMITH, Met. Wil l UM BSIANR, Hxt. JOIIH Cni'MBIXT, ' aie.ni-W. H. WllUi.fio, A. f. Tucker, and Jnfi A. gle-l. . frto'k Jolml UHml.lfy,w-c. l...nrl; Jn I. P.je, second. ; n,14i.ho Rc .dick, third Tu .SueMor William driver. Htrnu e fWi"v- A. 0. Shank land Tn illr E. B (lrrni 7Ymrer R. Jbwy. A air .t',,.'eT Thonea Lcako. tiuprriMminl n II ICrA"e J. rld. rriB( M'r Hoe.-. " W) ol Chi'J of 0 '' Ij-.i menl-- lobii M Se-abury JJMh.n ef'e C.Hiefcr,, T. H Mrllr'.ie VreW (.'rerJ. I Stewart . 4,.r-v McPliail Smith CITY COUNCIL. Il.wlr.1 nj Alttrrmrn M . M. Bricn, President ; J K. Newman, f I. A. I. Mayflild.lUI.Hci.Tct.W'iii H 1 li- d. li"M,.l. C. Bnlilh, M. ft. I.. I l.ubnriic, end .Ian. Kobb. I om.aoa Council W. P. Jom-a, Prael.leeli William Rot.crn. T. J. V rhrouuli. ...

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. — 17 September 1862

NT MOB gjtoslwiHc Virion. For Freedom and Nationality. .. V. (MKHCI.H, Editor. WT.DNI-SDAY MORNMSr:. FKPT 17, Jn2. A Two-Edged Weapon. We must admit thai those champions of Southern Rights, Jons Mom., Bhaoo) itml Kinr.r Rmitii, are a bold got of fal low; and if andacitj wore the only (Hlifiotien nerrsRarjr to conaLitute great men, those men undoubtedly fill the- bill. The blest intelligent from these fellows is, that they have armed ami equipped 0Z IIUKDKED KKO ftQEft rOH Wll itaiit bkrvice! flood lltisvons! What tnorc startling limn tlita could be ipi -alined? These men who have beeu howling in anticipation of the arming of nla?e by the Federal (joyrrnment who have been drawing the most horrid and revolting pictures of alavc inmirrec tiotis who have been endeavoring to per , suade the people of Tennessee and Ken tucky, that they regarded the arming of negroes to figlit against while men in the worst crime imaginable these very men are now putting weapons of death into the hands 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. — 17 September 1862

i . jpaslivillc "Unioxu I i WEDNESDAY MORNING sT.rr. 17, 1;2. Orr ion I.orisrn.i.r J.l.r. Am. is line of tages 1t. tliil evening, at oVWk, for Frtnklin, Kj., mkinp rinse conurttiorit Uiitc itluar for Lonisvillt . Mr. 1'atti:n i (he ?ont, nt the Sr-wanr..-House. Sept.l.-lt SnlJii :r, 1(11 juiir country by your ai ls, that tvhalcvcr ret .Tie Hie tterii arnijr mj eiperipnre, (he live -lienrtoil (J.iUnx of the W-rst " l.ww tu nch an fil," when li'.li(iiie lib.-rlf. Xahiivii.i.f., 8t t. lGtli, lsiiii. ! I certify thai Mr. M. F. I'.ai.owj. I wa I (hit morninir arnited ly me, nndor (I? il"licinn oT liis hi in .tuiniM'tiMl with 41m .Sect-ssion Army, anil of actios as a hrof"r, bt wis rclrssrtl ft,r v. ..r.t of evli'-nrp again! liim. ju:. n. nriooKsr.orr, Com". (.'(.. II. 2T(h III. Y.ils. TitKATiir. The comedy of "Naval I'ligaeinenls," and " liobert Maeaiie,'' coinprtie the bill to-nihl, and, from present indications, a crowded house may be anticipated. The bill is an uniiMially attractive 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. — 17 September 1862

y Mtriltc Stolon.' s. c, rariicrn, r.ditor. CONFISCATION ACT. ircnMe-No. m. An Act" lo BiipproM insurrpclion, to pun ish treanon and rtbellion, to mi. nnd ronfisrate tbo properly of rrrrl, stid for other purposes. He it enacted ly Hit Senate and House of Representatives of the United State' of Amer ica in Congress awrolW, That every person who shall hereafter commit the crime of treason against tho United Mate, and tihall be adjudged guilty therrof, shall snfler death, and all his slaves, if any, pliall be declared and tnado free; or at the discretion of the court, lie shall be imprisoned for not less than live years, and lined not less than ten thousand dol lars; said fine shall be levied and collect ed on any or all of the property, real and personal, excluding tilavea, of which the said person so convicted was the owner at the time of committing the said crime, any sale or conveyance to the contrary, notwithstanding. Sou. 2. And I it further enacted, That if any person shall here...

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. — 18 September 1862

myffriwpirgy j-rr-rvrrn', " irrnr-imrnwii w m urniiiHiiiM rmi'i'nrr '""run"!! h . i1 1 ii' mir 'tttvm rTTmrffffliifti" .. IT MUST is ft t'ihhm rwitf t PUBLISHED EY AN ASSOCIATION OF HUNTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, LET WHEN UNION AND DEAPEIUCK STREETS. X VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13, 1802. ivrn 1lB) iTzlfe 1 13 L i I $afcitoon Countn. girtttonj. CITY .GOVERNMENT. 1 ' ' ' JOHN nrGH FMITH, .)". , , . . WHJ'UM HHANR, Krrwtler. , Jrf.r.nnti-W. n. WilVln-nlU A. C. ..icier, ad Jim A Steel. flerfcl tiffin . John niiirtlb'ey, rj-pflru.. Ill 1 ; Jo I- no,ooiil i "l .luhn R'dJiek , ihinl far A'"" William Prlv.r. frrwuo Vulln-iniK. B. Hbaukland. liviter To (Viicror F n rr.Mt Tninr-R. Unify. tlUnr .V,itrr Tbwraa Leake. frpintmulml of rt HViAowel (J Dodd. SP'ri,.t,t.lrnl nf nVfrr ir.,r.-.li.m.-t Wynit rif fl J' ''i'tmti' Jolin M. Scabnry. (VinWrrrr-T. II. Jl.ltnde ()cTeer I,- Stewart. ', Att;ry Job M. Thall Smith. j I ! I CITY COUNCIL. .'...ir.I .IMermeu M. M. Brln, IV.w...

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. — 18 September 1862

WMItiwriniiiiff-'iMWiiiirtILt-ii.aiiiiBi .y 1 for Freedom and Nationality H. V. MKIIttH, Kditor. THURSDAY MOItNINU, SKl'T. 13, 1802, Th Jtebel onrcdfrnrj anna liitll an and Nlav to Aid in Hi-raklng up the I nlon. Aofounding, revolUn, horrible as the caption of this article rnny greni to tlioHe simple persons who believe that tho He nHsion leaders lisve any otlifr a in in view save their own Aggrandizement, tes timony brought from various quarters where the rebel army has been operating from Virginia, from East Tennessee, from Arkansas, from Minnesota, the the atre of the most awful massarre ewer known on this continent, and lastly, from Lebanon, Kentucky with "confirmation strong as proofs of Holy Writ," proves that Hie Southern Oligarchy has enlisted under its "stars and bars," Indian sav ages, and degraded negroes, to tight against tho soldiers of the Union. We do not, deubt, that the whole scheme has been thoroughly matured, by which those slaves who shall consent to liht in the ...

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. — 18 September 1862

MdjM. 1tillliWIHMWIIill - m 4 ffinsltviUc Virion. TntTRSDAY MoriNIXO, SITT. is Im;z A rebel was arroaled in the city yes terday, and an ugly jair of Iran liwl.i found in bis po.si'inion, carried no uppoie with tlio amiable intention of burying them in the akull r.f oi.i T'ni.ui man when St. Morgan enter. Our readers must pardon us for not fiirnixhinir, Ihom will) a great amount of newa in each inane; for when railroad and leh graph wire uteiirn eiiRinea and lightning fail, what can poor flesli anil blood do? However, we will give them on little secret, and that in, that a very light-draught gnnlMiat is said to be near ly completed at Siiiitlilanil, and will be tip here shortly. She is s:iid to be a Mplendid craft. - - . J. Lr Abi.e's Stage Coaihes leave this evening at 7 o'clock for TranMiii, Ky., connecting there with the cars for Louis ville. PATTEN, Aornt. sepll!) OUlcc at Sewaneo IIoue. aa ICilenslve Furniture sate. This (Thursday) morning, at I)1.. o'clock, wo will sell at Hie ...

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. — 18 September 1862

f 4 if t s. i . nil nrr ii, i:diir. CONFISCATION ACT. 1'rDLic-No. W).) ' A ai t l suppri'ss insurrection, to pun inh (reason and rebellion, to seize anl eonfiscalo the properly of robeI, and for other purposes. lie it made J ly tla Semi and linvt of Uqwesentativts of (lit United Stales of Amer ica in Vongrtss assembled, That ver y person who uliall hereafter commit tho crime of trivnon opsins. (Jin United Slates, and shall 1 adjiidfd piiilty thereof, shall suffer death, and all his slaves, if any, nliall be declared and made free; or at the discretion of tho court, he shall be imprisoned for not lees than live years, and fined not less than ten thousand dol lars; said line shall be levied and rollt-ct-ed on any or all of tho property, real and personal, excluding slaves, of which the ?n( person so convicted was the owner nt the time of committing tho said crime, any sale or conveyance to the contrary, notwithstanding. Sec. 2. And J,; it further emu-ted. That if any person shall here...

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. — 19 September 1862

(f timmiMJUimmmiiimimmam MIiaaUU.Ami-fl . IT MUST Bjf a ' t rUBLTSIlED RY Al ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON HUNTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEAPERICK STREETS. r VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 10, 1802. NO 138 Itetw f lie ' o il gabfoson fiounlj? 5?irtctorvj. CITY QOVERNMENT. JOHN lll'un PMITII, Aik--. , WILLIAM 8HANK, wr.r. . JOnM CHt'JlBI.ET, MunUl. Drtmif JHnraaa. W. H. Wlillntoo, A. . Tiirkpr, od Jam" A. Itwl. Orl. atta Hark John rbiimulajr,r-JiWi., Aral ; Jna ! Rja,road ; an Juhn Rpildkk, HCrd 7'n Atur William Priver. RrrrMU CollrrJork. B. OTianklantl. B'ufir T.ui (Vlprfcrr V. B tlarrett TrMwrfr R. Ili-nrjr. Hilar AfnVpr Thomas IMlke. tnprrMmdrnl V H'rU'W-J. Q r, fiiiprl,.imlfit otkr Watrr IIV( Inmia Wyntl flip IA rirt Tllrtmml ll.hn II. Hralmry. rVrloa afli Cr'l'ni't. II. Mi Pilule. rVw Otmrrr i . I, Plrtturl. t'u AHtirn'tj John M. -t'liall Hniilh. CITY COUNCIL. i)r.ard n .dMVriiieii 11. M. Brh-n, Prin-inVnt ; .1. K Newmao.O. A.J. Maylleld,It .(i.Heovel.Wm....

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. — 19 September 1862

pnsltviUc Anient. for Freedom and Nationality. II. V. ITIEHCF.n, Editor. FRIDAY MORNING FKPT. 19. 1KC2. Southern Newi Price Current Bragg's Army Bogus Money. A gentleman of thin cily conversed yeiU-rday with a man who had just ar rived from Georgia, having been in tlio rebel army. lie says, (hat there is the greatest destitution prevailing among all classes, in regard to the most necMsary article of food. The followim. 1 a n.-im- pie of the prices in Macon : Soda, per Hi. Flour, iter bbl. s i r.o 4'. 00 I'.aeon aide, per Hi. Starch, per lit. Tallow candle, per lb. Suit, per sack Coffee, per lb. .Soap, per lb. Copperas, per lb - IWiwii, iter Ih. ... Corn, jter bushel -Wheat, per bushel - "Greenbacks" command sijhji 00 Ml 00 ' 2." '1 00 i r,o 1 r.o r, no piemiitm, ami are eagerly nought for by all ItiiHinc men. He any that the South is Hooded with counterfeit Southern money of all hinds. A few wceNs a;;o, the pa V- mnAter at ('olumbus, ieorgia, paid the troops S.OKIU Confederate money...

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. — 19 September 1862

r FRIDAY MOItNIStl SEPT. 19, 18i;2 Tlie buppirtt creature in tin- wor ld id the honej-bee, fur tvtrr aftiliule lie m nmri i a bce-altitnde. A few thousand dollar! in roM may be had in exchange fur roenlartit, liy application at this ofllce. It Wo have a largo qnanti I jr of old newspaper, unliable, for wrapping pnper, which we will di"p of' at 4" rK per hundred. All ub'ribcrs in arrcara to llie Xish vilh Paii.Y Usiom are reppertfullr re quested to pay the fiotifa Ajnt, or call and nettle at the ofllce, or tlieir paper will be diHcoiilinncd. I'arllrulir oiie. Mr. C. D. Whitivo bag nsgiiiiicd llie control of our city inbucriplion list, lb will nee that the 1'nion is delivered regu larly t,o city subscribers evory morning, lie. will alo make collections proiiijit 1 y, at less! every two week. No money l.iken but Tennensee, or par fundi. J'.fiAoo, Uui-KN:r., and Kinnv Smith say that it is borrible to think that the Fed eral Government gliould try to subjugate armed rebels; but it is exa...

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. — 19 September 1862

.w-wofa pritvUte SWnioa. n. r. larnrrn, r.ditor. CONFISCATION ACT. Ptnuc-No. 100 An act to rMipprpM insurrection, lo ptin inli trosou nd rebellion, to seize and conCsrt the properly of rrMn, and for other purposes. He it tnadtd hi die Senate and 11mm of Jlrpmentatives of the United States of Ainer' ica in Congress aJ.vroWf'?, That every person who shall hereafter commit th crime of Ireswn against th United Stales, and nil all bo adjudged guilty thereof, shall nfler death, and nil his slaves, if any, s'lall bo declared and made free; or at the discretion of the 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 td on any or all of the property, real and personal, excluding slaves, of which the said person so convicted was the owner at the time of committing the said crime, any sale or conveyance to the contrary, notwithstanding. Sec. 2. Ami it further enwled, That if any person shall hereaf...

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