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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 September 1862

. .M. A .at I T. I ?VV II l'UELTSHED DY AN ASSOCIATION' OF riUNTKIW. OFFICE OX IMtlNTERS.' ALLKY, DLTWLT.S UNION' AND PLAPr.lilCK STRKF.Ts. VOL I. ' NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 1802. NO l i t j i era m a r -.-a . n a. fw V jj . - rJ j - J iii a bi ni i C1TY OOVERNMENT. .IOIIN HI OH SMITH, Jfajor. ' ' WII.I.tAM SHAKE, Uncord-. JolIS C1IVSIDIXV, .War,'.... I7Wfy Jf.irfl W. H Wilklntnn, A. U Ttlrter, -nd JimdA.Mi (IrrU olt Mark) Jolin tTiumbliiT ,-o(lrir,nil ; Jim 1.. Kynn.sernnd ; nd I''11" Reddf, 'bird. Hi Awiw William prlver. ;,'nrau Colin-tor A. B. Stinnklanil. Ilulrr T.i (Jillwlor-s B Oarnli TVttniirrr R. Henry. llir Mft Tliouitt LeaUc firrim,lml ol '' -J J Il''- Ap,.Ti,..rtrf H'r H,.rJ.-lnlneaWy:itl Cl,,-f of tin Met I'rpartmnit lldln M. Srablll J. frjHm of the fVi.rrj T. II. Me.llr.le. ,' Orerteer J . L. Pli-wurl- fVy I 'forav;; Jolm M.'Fball BntitV CITY COUNCIL. )ir.t Ablertini M. M. Brim. Free de-,1 ; .1 F.. Newman, 0. A. J. MayfltM, 11.(1. ttuTil,Wm.f. h,..l-ti...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 September 1862

Sfoslirillc Pinion. ri For Freedom and Nationality. n, C. nr.HVIM, lC-titor. FRIDAY MORNING, SI'.PT. IH'.. 1S02. A Text from a Secession. Review, and a Sermon by Robert Burns. Pride of pedigree is the fcrrate.st slim uhtnl (o exertion, energy, industry and eeomy. C) Lvcry man in America de sires to be an aristocrat; for every man desires wealth, and wraith confer? pow er and distinction, and make:) its owner an i NMisTAKAiii.r. aristocrat. Civilia tion would cease. Imt for the universal desire of white men to heroine ai if crats. , It in the wealth, brains And reliiirinent of aristocracy that formed, and now con trol and preserves the freedom of our country. It only risks the masse f.,r la borers and Soldiers, and in return mvrs Til I'. II MBFKTV. h How's Saitlir,) Hi" "Pedigree and wealth,"' ay you, oh, sapient rebel, is it which confer power ami distinction upon their owner, and enroll him among the aristocracy':' I low despicable, how unutterably disjjuilin, to hear such alaiifc ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 September 1862

! FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2fi. 181 Fuel for the Toor. The rerj smalt ati.ek of rol in tlio , city t preieut, tho enormous pi i fa auk' td for it by tin? hoMors, ami the very limited quantity of wood brought into; market, demand the Immediate illen. ! lion of tho millioritic. A gnntu'itinn in -fonncd lit yesterday morning tliat lie j had just iiaij I(. for (vtntce, h,i),rh of i eonl, and re ore informed that wood is old at juici-a corrofKindoiit1y high. These iriie aro utterly beyond the rearh of persons in modcrato rireutn atanccs ; to pay thorn will more than ex haust the wages of any laboring man and will bo an intolerable burden even on persons or moderate wealth. The price of fuel is burdensome even now, a( a pelasant seosnn of the year j what will it be when Inclement weather sets in '.' It may be a month, or even three months before any coal he brought np or down the river to this place, and in that case, unless extraordinary means he adopt- ed by our authorities, there will be...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 September 1862

. r. m frcth, rdimr. CONFISCATION ACT. JPi-i.i.ic-Ko. lti'i.) Alt Acr lo suppress inmtnerfiim, lo i.sli trcanon cud rebellion, to aii.o ami rnnflxeate (ho properly f rr-ln-ln, and for oilier purpose. Be il tr?lct I'J (he firuute nnd J fun ff Jl fwuialii'ti rf the United ,iei of Amtr icn in Vanm n'tevdled, That every person wiio shall hereafter commit the crimp of treason against IliA United Stales, ami hIi&U he adjudjred ptiilty thereof, shall miller 'lentil, and nil his alavra, if any, shall he declared mid made free; or at the discretion of (Ik! court, he shall be imprisoned for not less than live years, ; and lined not less than ten thonsand di.l litrs; said line shall he levied and collect- , cd on any or all of the property, real and , personal, excluding slaves, of whii h tlie said person so convicted was the owner ! II... tlmn aF i.imiitl(l!ni, (In. nfl'.l s.-!r..n I I III,' iih.' vi " i" nift tin r--i i Htm any sale or rorivcynnee to the contrary, notwithstandine;. Sec. ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 27 September 1862

. IT MUST B im INK'S Iflif I m it itttii PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF ritlNTERS. OFFICE ON HUNTERS' Al.fcF.Y, BETWEEN UNION AND DF.ADEHICK STREETS. , x VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1802. .NO' 11! ..... . sviaa- jJj y p ;r:2it ? .. $alnteon Couutn gimtorn. CITY OOVERNMCNT. , ,hitn ni'cn r-wmt, .. ' WILLIAM PIIANE, HrA. , ,, JOHS CiU'MBI.ET, JurnW. Vjmj, fr.r.JU;-tf . H. Wit' lt.i-.iii, A. C. Tur'.-r, al Jamca A. Steele. . 1-rl. oiae JtW- John t bumblef (-', 0' i j.. I. kn eeeood : and John fcMdlrk. thud. jb lnr William Driver, ft-re CullKlorK. B. Hhaukland. Hater- T.rf ColMur F. U. (larrell 2V.trcr R. Henry. H7.-ir Afartw TliooiM Leake. . . .. ..i i. - ... i n rv.,i.i fluptrMmam y i H-eraa..-. i l,Hrfrton,irt o A IIV. IM, W) al I ' ... ... I.. I.- kf UiU.rv f,rt of OmW-r, T. H. MrHrUln. hlifl Ot-t ri I.. Stewart. iilij AH...' .l-'hu H.'Pliall Smllll. CITY COUNCIL. ,.nr,l of AltlfrmmM. M. Brl.-n. Pr.-eid.nl ; .1 F.. Kfn.n,0. A.J. Mnfflel.1, H: .r-.-r.1rtl.Wii...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 27 September 1862

gTasltriUe Pinion. for Freedom and Nationality. R. . nKHCKII, I dllor. SATURDAY MOKMNf!, HCPT. 17. Wl A Suggestion to Secession Sympathi zer! in Davidson County. We bog leave I o make a few Mijiges tiont in gool earnest to that portion of our citizens and there re tii(e a mini lier of tlicm who are cneniiea 'of tlic J'efleral Government and friends of (lie Southern Confederacy, fn-rnllrd. IVr hapt before naying a word ourselves, we had better publish tin.1 following nev item which appeared lately in the Mem phis papers: The people of Covington, Tipton coun ty, have nigned a bond of $..0,kj( to pro tect Union citizens, and piven notice to I'apl.ScaleM tliattV hi ijuerrilUiv me ever .-ren there Oi'ij tiv7 tV Imnyr l. Several jroniineiit suerrillas have leen raptured lately in Tipton. Also a large numlier of niulcx, liorm-s, cattle, and negroes. Tipton county, it will he remembered, i in the vicinity of Memphis. It is a Irong secession county, and would no doubt rejoice at the establis...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 27 September 1862

"""" I "'" ' " r ' '' " " " 1 ''.tyiini gfasfcrlllc ion. s SATURDAY MORNING, SKIT. 27, Ih. j oi.ii nkwmm priti. Wo lure ft small qumnlif jr of old ncwrfpojierd, suittiile for wrapjiie;j paper, wbii li we will disposfl of at 50 rta. per Lnmlrcd. Those in need of smili tin r (iclr, will do well to call soon and amine supply, m wrapping pspcr is a com niodil not lie met wi(h every day, and more especially at Uio present time. All subsi-ribcrs in arn-ais to tljo AVj v!ll Daily U.nioh are respectfully rc-riiu-nted to pay the L'mUe Agent, or rail and settle at the ofllce, or their paper will be discontinued. NOTICE. John Caki'KR will di-lirer a Lecture at the Market House on .Sunday, the 2sth iiist., at 3 o'clock, I'. 51., on Truth niul Common Honesty. Come and hear him. We call the attention of our n adi rs to the advertisement of a Ilace, which comes off to-day, on the liace Course. As the lime will be one of unusual attraction, it will repay the expense of a visit 0 (hat place of amuse...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 27 September 1862

t j t. c. ninmi, rdiior. CONFISCATION ACT. Il'truc-No. loo. As ait to mippn-M insnrie'fion, to inli treason and rebellion, to seize and coiiflMUte the jiroperty nf rclicla, find for other purposr-,. . . Be it enacted Ly the Senate and ..!' ft yreifnliUives of the. United State f A trier ica in CVrwwawroW'v, That every person who shall hereafter eomniit (ho crime of I reason ftgaiust tlie United Ktiite, mi'l shall bo adjudged guilty t he reof, eliall gnll'er death, and all his slaved, if any, ahall bo deelared and made free; or at the discretion of tho court, lie shall he imprinoned for not less than live yearn, and fined not lesg than ten thousand dol lars; Raid fineahall be levied and i-ollot- ed on any or all of the property, real and personal, excluding slaves, of which the I said person so convicted was the owner at the time of cominilling the said crmve, any sale or conveyance to the contrary, notwithstanding. . ... Sec. 2. Ami , it further emi-M, That if ny person shall hereaf...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 28 September 1862

A ,ijim.iiiih .wwiiyinw w .jeae1eiaajaajB .va-Mmmmun WLMH JM'-iWWU w , IT MUST J j, I. t PUDLISIIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON' PRINTERS' ALLEY, RETVYFLN UNION AND DF.ADFRICIx STKF.ETS. VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 181.2. NO lib' I -Si' I Wf ill Jibitara Connlj jOimtoni. CITY GOVERNMENT. JOHN IH'UH SMITH, Af.nvnr. WILLIAM Hit AN R, ft-virrfrr. JOHN CIU'MBl.F.V, Mur.lml. 1 wMV Wnri W. II. Wllkllitull, A. ('. Tiu'luT, ud .In mil A. IUm'1o. (Wt iflh Mir Ji-lin Cbiinibley,e.r-i.(fl. i... OrH; J.W 1.. Kyan.aec.'Od ; and John He.td, third Tor Ar William llrlver. U,vmuf fWleWor A. II. SbenVtaiid Muler CaV.Hl-r F. B Oairell 7. rr R. Henry. H'Aat .t.ifr Thornua I.eal.e. Aiuirriiiriufriii of Ihr Il'orl ..urn- I V p. aid. .1,,,,rrmlml-t lf te Wolrr Wm l Mml W) nil ll,otht fin nxtrtmrnl -llihxi M . Sealery . Nmi.iii ( Cnnrlrry T. II Mi'llnd.-. yee! llrrwr-.1. li. Plevrarl. 4" John Mi l'liall Smith CITY COUNCIL. Il..r.l of Ahirrmn M. it. Biien, Prer id.nl . ' K...

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 September 1862

i h,0 liUMMMI V gJajsItviUc Pinion. for Freedom and Nationality. . itll;ll( i:ii KdHor. SCNOAV MoltNIN'". SJU'T. 2. Confederate Warfare. The jiiihlic all renii-iiilx-r vividly the indignant reiuniiHf rami! which 'ell'. lvis uttered against the liarlmrity and inhumanity of Northern xvarf;ii.', in his recent rnesnngfi to the rult.-l Conri'BS One who believed that fair word always nccotnoany honorahk deed, tntflit ren! ily have upiieil that t lie Southern Con fedcracy won ronriitrling the rebellion on the most benevolent, relined. and Chrin- iian-lihe jirincioles; and that it was only iu lho 1'ederal army that the fo.'S of civilization were to he found. Now, a tlio honor of our country is at ijnosl in in this matter, l t uh, without passion or bit(ernein, try this bold accuser of ours by the testimony of history. Ily the ev idenee it furnishes, wc are prepared to aland or fall. A few weeks Hince, the heart of the nation wan tilled with hor ror at the announcement of the iiimmut of seve...

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 September 1862

gflasltvillc Pinion. M'NDAY MORNtNn, SKI'T. 2. lm;2. CoMMI'NICATIOMI. Several roill 111 U H 1 - rations ro iinavnidahtf lititj over imlil our next issue. Medical officers of the army are re quested to mert at Hospital Nn. 11, near Chaltanoo-u Depot, at 7 o'clock, on I lie evening of Mtuxla y next, for (tie purpose of organizing n Medical Smith. All aubst rilvers in arrears to tlic Al; -7-villr Oati.t Union an- respect fully re quested to pay the JlimU Jg?nt, or call and m-1 lie at the office, or their paper Hill lie discontinued. Ol.ll M:vsr.4 i'i us. We havo a small quantity of old newspapers, suitable, for wrapping paper, which we will dispose of at fit) is. per hundred. Those in need of such an ar ticle, will do well t cull soon ami secure a supply, as wrapping paper is a com modity not to lx met with every day, and more especially at the lircsent time. small q'tantity of J. I.K Aul.i: will have live or nix Coaches to leave Nashville for OwcnS boro, Ky., on tho Ohio river, connec...

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 September 1862

1 f I 11 F 11111 . r. mi:m i:it, r.diior. CONFISCATION ACT. I'l 01. 10 -No. W. An act to itipprom inmirrei tiun, to pun ish troAson and ribolliiui, lo B ie and ronfiscatn the property of rrht-lft, ami fur other piiipoRra. fic it rnnrlcd Ly tii frnatt ami Hii Ilqtreseidalivei of tit? I'uited Statei rf Amer ica in dongrfi nrm!,lel, Tlint cvory person who aliall liorcafltT ronimil (lie crime of treason againflt tho United tStalen, and hall bo adjudod guilty thereof, slull iiller death, and all li i - alaved, if any, shall be, declared and made free; or at the discretion of tho court, lie shall be imprisoned for not less than live yen, and lined not lens than ten thousand dol lar; said iincihall be levied and collect id on any or all of the property, real and personal, excluding slaves, of which the said perRon so convicted was the owner at the time of committing the said crime, any sale or conveyance to the contrary, notwithstanding. Sec. 2. And he it urtiter enacted, That if any perso...

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 September 1862

I IT must , rUDLlSIIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, PET WHEN UNION AND PEAPEEICK STREETS. VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 30, 18G2. NO 117 iff v la i ii ' . V L. -. rA . . y f! ' - p , - ' - irt i in i a. i - i we ii CITY GOVERNMENT. JOHN Hl'lltl SMITH, Mayor. ' W'll.llAM KHANK, UmrArr. JonH Cltt'MBl.F.Y, Alnr.-.,.'. Iv-mW JknraM W. H. A'llkiMtl, A l- Tucker, ami Jan. A PlaoU. f,a of Of .aWef-Jnlia I1iumt.lvr, -..!. io, II. at. Jus I. Ryiui, ca1 ; and John Reddnk, thud Tut ilwimr-William lrlr.-r Hrrtmnf Cotlrrtor A. B. Mliliklml H'llnr To rWIMW K. B llarrrtl t'r..iirn-K. In nry H l I' Mtintrr Th.'tt.aa leak.'. (f.iirt o.esaW th' H'orlkniiw -J II Ikidd. iH,rrii,lrHtlrmt of Ittr WalT H'orla Unira Wyatl ( hirf tif thi Fin rii'iaifmi-n'-- Inlili M SoBhiirjr hrslaH uf ihr i'rmrterii V. H. M.-ltnde. rZriW llrritrrr i L. Hl'A. IVy Athn-Hf Julio M. I'liall Smith. CITY COUNCIL. rr(.tr.r o Alitirmrn M. M. Brlfn, Pr.wiJnil : I K. Krvman.U. A.J Maylle...

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 September 1862

StosIuiUc Pinion. For Freedom ni Nationality1. n. v. in r.iiCKii, naiior. TUT-DAY MOI.NINC.. SKI'T. 3D, 1HC.2. Our Ouenillag, Then' arc some five or six hundred relict hiishw hacker, operating around this place, within a circuit whose radius is iodic twenty mile in extent, who may lie railed with propriety our hush whack ers. They prowl in aquad htitnlierinp; from fifty to one hundred in the ery vicinity of the city, and frequently come in smaller squads within a tniin or two of our lines. On Sunday evening a dozen of theru rode up and fired on our pickets on the Charlotte pike, without tloinj; any damage; while n-lr! tire brought two of the rarnln down, who were then raptured. The same evening a rare farce wan played by these Martlet; and uu wanhed lire-eaters. A fellow by the mime of Calvert, who vtas a policeman here ooino years ac,n, belonging to one nl tlic gans, got on a big ilriiuh, and bet a hundred dollars dial bn could t ide into the city in daylight anil back npain withou...

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 September 1862

mm taIuiUf Linton. TUE-WA.' MOP.MNfi tl'I'T. M, 18f.2 WAvri.1. A fi'W (Jiiurtt'Uiiaster'a 'ou, hers. Altm, a few llioiiKiind dollar in goM for :i!e. Enquire attiflWe of ('ninmi'rcUl Hold. Srpi.ao-si. N'ashvim.k Tyiohp.apmk.ai. I'n'io N'o. i. Tho regular Monthly Meeting ofjlii. Society will lie drill on Monday next, the Cth pros. The fines for alienee w ill he rigidly enforced. I'.y older of the I'lTfliilinl. W. ML'M.INS, J ' j ; The little i vai'iiatioii whit-h the ri liiN I atlempt.-d to rv! up 1m( Sunday didn't amount to much. Il vv-vi n ally a "in attaint.! decency. Since il U.m In ,'n f,,uml that the l ed won't gin- up the. city, IIi'kIi h I reel feel very low, .Summer street looks win try, and Spruce street i.-t conaiilcraM y milled. Acting Aniiidtant. Adjutant (icnci.il l'aul dttuandfl the Htirrendc r of the city. "I'aul, I'aul, why persecute! thou me ? It is hard for thee to kick aftairmt the pricks." B - We learn that, a llat-hoat or sonic sort of a vcfiael, which some impat...

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 September 1862

i: - J 1 f! Nashville Pinion. j. . DH it i n. I ditor. CONFISCATION ACT. (IYhi.ic-No. W). Al A( r fo miiprcp inmirrc'cliiiii, lo pun ieli (rcneon mid rcttrllinn, to uri.i- anil iMn(i-".'atc the irocriy of riliils, nnl fur other purpopcs. He it marled ly the Senate ami Ih.-uieof R preventatives of the United Fiatcxf Amer i.Yi in Cinijre.i'i n'lentlJe I, TUnt wry person who shall hereafter commit. I lie erime of treason against tlio United Slate, ami wliall be ailjuded ftiiilly thereof, aliall aullVr death, and all hU alavei, if any. Khali b fleelared and made free; or at the tliru-rrtion of (ha court, he ahall be imprisoned for not leas than five ycnr, and fined not less than ten tliuiiinl ilnl lars; Haiti line ahall be levied and collect ed on any or all of the property, real and pernonal, excluding slaves", of which the aid person tin convicted wan the owner at the lime of comniiltinK the taxi crime, any ale or conveyance to the contrary, iiotwithxtandin;. SeC. 2. Ami be it further...

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. — 1 October 1862

-.. i' IT MUST f CfLII r Ay 1 V PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1802. NO 148 t - f flnbhiulU (Union, T i: It M s : luuf CuniK, iir annum , - week, Tai S'ataiV I'm,, r auoiini, WaMO ('!', t aiiutuu.. . 1 Ull . .. a f. Oil f" 1 " 1 WfiDNT-SDAY 1MORNINU OCT. 1, 12. BATTLE OF SIIARF3BUKG. The Hoodisst and Most Deteriiuued, Engagement ever Fought ou t!.e American Continent. rorr'K.U'l'tn't fit Its' New Votk Ti ii'e a. Battix-I'IEM) oi' SnAitrsm hi:, Wednesday evening, S4'pt. 17. S A fierce and desperate battle between two hundred thousand men has ragj'd ainco daylight, yet night closes on an uncertain field. It is the great est fight since Waterloo all over the field contested wit li an obstinacy equal even to Waterloo. 11' not wholly a victory to-night, I helievo it. is a prelude to a vietory to-morrow. But what can lie foretold of the future of a light in which fr...

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. — 1 October 1862

1 UirT . tor Freedom and Nationality. . OTKRC'KH, ICdltor. WKDNKSDA Y MORNING, OCT. 1. 1 From Charleston. We had a conversation yesterday with art inUlliRcnt Johhr Kciillciiian win. li ft t'liarlcsfon, S. C., on Saturday work, lie was a mechanic in that accursed and in famous city, and was imprisoned for six month in the jail for expressing Union sentiments. Ho says that threat desti tution and gloom prevail in Charleston, liusinoss of all kinds is dead, supplies of provision are very scant, and clothing more so. On the principal mercantile street there are hut tno stores open. He had on a plain cloth coat for which he paid i.Vy d'lfnn just he fore he left, and his entire suit which he had just purchased, cost him one hundred and fni one doPir. It could he honuht here in ordinary thins for ahout tl.ii'y d.,i!,,rj. The laboring classes, sulTcr the most pihcliinx poverty. Many ,r them who foiiuerly lived comfi.i lahly on their vv at'S, nJeoHHni liowc.n prtidj-ingly lieslnvved charity....

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. — 1 October 1862

w f f gJiwhvlHc Virion.-' Wednesday, morning, oct. i, w.i Sewaxfk Hoink. We rertified l learn Dial tbp Sowam-e Hmiao will con tinue to Kofp open a usual. 1 I. ... . - ... - WAKTEII, A fi-w (JuarterrnaMler'a Vomliers. .lw, a fftv tliuuRnnd dolliirt In gold Tor fli. Enquire at oflli of ('iinmi-rei:il ll.ilel. Hojit 'J'KM.rr .V Swan'h I'anener Hack u'ill leave for Oweiilioro' lo-tntirrow mortiiiiK- Aeeoinmoilutioti fur 1j or 20 ireii!;eri. For eata y iniiTieiliately at th"ir Slablea. N. r, ('ollepp Mr-ot. Get. 1 Jt ... . - The grand enlra'ico of llitv guerrilla lirriis into our city, on hint Sunday niht, was unavoidably jxiaf jkik 1 on ac count of the weather. , m l'ragg'i ful lowers in this cily, aeem to admire General Taylor's injunction to that ollicer, and are continually cirrula ling "n Utile nvrrt grape" The iitlict armies have no blood on their handH. I'cihns they may have a good deal on the dirt which encruHlH their nnnoaped and unwashed lunula. m - aa We don't wonder that 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. — 1 October 1862

1 ft' i If 't I 01 t r SbsbviUc Virion. v v. mi nrrif , r.ditor. CONFISCATION ACT. Priif.ir-X.i. K.. An ai r t iiprrs insiirip' Hoii, lo pun ish treason sn.l rebellion, to Beie and .otiliwati' tliu properly of rebel'", and for oilier imrpofiea. e it enneted lj the iS,n,afe and Ih,v.s f fiywrntaticti of the I'hiM ,S,Vm of Amer ica in Conm-e" aifrm!lrt,Thnt every person n lio shall lieroHT niimit tlio 'rime of treason against llw United Slates, and dliall bo adjudyed RniHy t lien-of, hIiiiII Bnfrer death, rim! all bis slaven, if any, shall be declared and made free; or at the diseretion of tb) ronrt, tin slisll bo imprisoned fur not lens than five years, and lined not .'s than ten thousand dol lars; aid fine shall be levied and collect ed on any or all of thn property, real and personal, excluding slaves, of which the Hnid person so convieled was the owner at tho lime of comniiltina; the said crim, tour sale or conveyance to tint contrary, i,',, IhMmirtiiiK;. r ' - Ami I it further ei...

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