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

MABHTULLIS DAILY HJ (DM.. N VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 18G2. NO 159 Jhbite ountn IHrtttoriT. :3K'CITY GOVERNMENT. JOH.V II L" (ill SMITH, Afeyer. WII.MAM HI I AVE, tt-Wr. JOHN CIlt-'MELEY, Mmkal., l)'i'tl ,Va.Ii W, II, AVilkitif m, A. C. Tin ker, ud Jam cm A. rHe-lo. C'nij efts Miirkct John C'humbly,a.r-ef;'ii, Dial; Ji l. I. Ry.'in, second ; anil Joint Ili'ildtek, third. J'ur Mcwor William I)rlvrr. CtAUrivrK. H. MiKiiUlruis. IIVr Jm CollnUrr K. II. Ilarn-U. J'.Mmrcr It. Henry. H'hir M't'trr Thomas, Iaki h.i m'i"'ii r . Ilc,7. J. (J. Io(ll. .St'i'iriiiinnl'iU of A H'it ll'w James W) alt. f .v- fir b'jiartmrnt Tolin M. Hoabuiy. . r .. f lU f'.MMn.j, T. H. M-Irll. Di-irntir J. I,. Mtwi.rt. t'iV' Atr,fu Mm MiPliull Pmitii. CITY COUNCIL. fl.vt-.f t. Ji.towii M. M. flil'ii, I'r-KiJcnt ; J. K. Ni WMin,. A.J. Mny llrlil, II. 1. lnvyl, Wm.S. Client. "i,J. C r 1 1 1 1 f i , M. li. Cl.iihorne, am! J m. Kolib. LvO'toii'iii r.'uHwii w, P. Jew's, l'ro8iliit j William '.oli...

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 October 1862

WW 4W4YMnMri gj-aslaittc hhximx. For Freedom and Nationality H. . ffllilM'I.lt, i:1ltor. TUKSDAY MORNING, OCT. 1 1, 1SC2. The Eoaster Disappointed. The army correspondent of the Mobile Advtrliirr, writes to that paper, on the J? Ill of September, from Frederic k town, Maryland, as follows: 44 live days ago Maryland chained liand and foot, writhed in the arms of the oppressors like a weeping, trembling vir gin, who appeal in vain to the mercy of lie ravishi r. To-morrow she may be free! Wc have come to strike the fetters from her beautiful limbs and punish Lor deppoiler. We have come to gather in the last of the tribes tf the Smith and k set a hmvdary betwixt our adversary and ourselves This done as we trust it. will be before the snow thall have covered Ibis lovely valley we shall depart in peace to our own homes among the sunny hills of the free and independent South. Put should it bo the will of Heaven that the war ah&U continue jet another year, then we ere resolved, ly the b...

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 October 1862

T R It M s : Daily Vsiost, 1"t ni.nuin ?8 00 " ' week 0 Tm-WrntLY t'mnv, r annum 00 Wr.fKLT I'sion, ffr auiin -li "0 TUESDAY MORNING, OCT. 14, 1R02. At & lafo Lour last night we received the Knoxville Kajittcr of the. 9th inut. T,f reference to BDother column, it will be iron that tho rehols admit having sus tained a terrible defeat at Corinth. Ar.ruvAL. The wife of Governor John roit, accompanied by her cldeetson, Dr. Johnson, a married daughter, and her youngest Bon, arrived here yesterday even ing from their homo in Last Tennessee. We heartily congratulate them on their tseape from the annoyances and insults of their rebel oppressors, which they .have so long endured, into the capital .Vich their indomitable husband and father holds rTTh impregnable citadel f freedom a For I.oulavllle. Any person or family wishing letters Rent North, can have them safely deliv ered in the Post Office at Louisville, Ky., for 25 cents a piece, by leaving them at No. 48 College Street. I will le...

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 October 1862

1 lashvillc ttniau. For Freedom, and Nationality. ft. c. .m:iic 1:11, l OUor. .TiJUiDAY MORNING, OCT. 14, 1-C2. j t rat j be an advantage to (ho rilxl jMhJitTS that their breeches arc for th mot. part o much worn out as to frhow th-ir bhirt-tails. Whenever they get tir--dcf fihtin?, thry have but to turn their b'is, and the VnnkcrH will fanry they te inuumf rahi( Hags of Irife. tmt rit In Journal. Oh, certainly. Any body can sto that Stifiting out." How many of the. rebel ;)5diers comM My, with the (Jhnst in fcrnlel : ! ;., u ; if f. M : .v -."J -r.r: j V,it 'm it likely fuel) n II a;; of tnicr i oulJ hu' obr-trved and honored by the .'ajikees? it not jiroliablo that, lii.e the (ii'ioi.ui v carousal in I-nni;irk, of llar.i'it Hjii-aku, they would be, V ' Sw.(;i ' in M rn ft thilll i l I he ol s : s 1 e T)if London I init'H lias Hunk into the invest 1 itlis or dci ailalio;i in iU tf il to uejndice lluropo. against our r,it.n ca-ise, and its employment of Dr. Mackay ita New Yoik corre...

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. — 15 October 1862

AKLY r Oi NASHVILLE,- TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 18G2. NO 160 UMKLDM. CIT GOVERNMENT, JO'JIL'UJI OIITH, May.. WjAM Hll.'.VK, fowlf. .lUCHL'MH.V.V, Manhul. l-alff "ir-W. II. VVikliiSOti, A. C. Tucker, .'ms A. fi. rrkt aftlnVt lolin niinlilfy.M-oicio, tlrst; , I,. Kyan,l ; and Job i Ki ddick , third, i ijr. .iinMtollliam priver. ,rmM C..;i A. li. Kli-tiitlninl. 1 r J'ux jor !l. Garrett. riMfT Ipry. tj 7iir MileD.aa I.e ike. bvtrlntmhUh Wrl ,, lo.'J, ). podd . iprrinMiil the 11'uOr ItVJ-. .lames Wy.it t fiiff of th '"(lavm.'ii John M. Hcabuiy. ! -..., of th't"-t"ti T. 11. Mi Pride. ,vw( Ow. I. Stewart. i, 'y 1'i-Hlin Jlc i'hail Smith. JTY COUNCIL'. V7,,7 ( .t'li M. M. Brlnn, Pre-ldi-nt : .1. K. i nm ii, (i. jditylleld. U.tl.Kcovol, Wm. S ( In at ', J. C. Sn;M. It. tl.ulinrnB, ami .Ian. Kobb. V. Junes, President ; William Davidson County Dikkctory Continued. ''"Hl.iO.M ( erta, T. jfbroiifrli, Win. Irivcr, Wm. Stewart, Hmijli ilulllns, .tames Turner, (. M. South. A. .1. ( Jus. Iju...

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. — 15 October 1862

Stoslivillc Am. For Freedom and Nationality; . C. MKHCKK, Editor. WKDNi;i)AY MORNING, OCT. J13. lM To the Farmers. In ordi r lo disabuse the minds of our country friends, who have heretofore lrideil in this place, of the malicious and unfounded reports which mischievous rebels Lave circulated aair.st tho Fed eral authorities and arrny at this point, vro hep; leave to make them a few eiacere and candid declarations, in which we will be cordially sustained both by our civil and military officers. Many of you are complaining of the foraging; parties which are pent out daily to obtain sub sistence on your farms, and Bay that they re stripping the country of its produce. Your cattle, provender, and articles of food, both for horsr-R and men, are daily Seized by these expeditions, and brought to Nashville. All this is true ; (here is Do doubt of it at all; we see the evi dence ot it every day in the long trains of wagons which pass through our Streets loaded down with the spoils of lho su...

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. — 15 October 1862

T n K JM s : J'aii.v Vniox, p r fiiiimm . Thl-Wri.Ki.r Vxio,per annum, Wrmi.T t'uniN, r aiumni 2 tl Wf.DSKDAY MOKNINU.OCT 13, 1802. From Kentucky. Yc have nothing but rumor from Ken tucky, which Btateg that the engagement at T'erry villo M as general; thai the slaugh ter on Loth sides was heavy; that Ik r.ix's Iobh was between fifteen and twen ty thousand, and Iiiao';'h much heavier, his forco being cut to pieces and totally iiAited, with the Ions of nearly all hia .1i tillery. We, cannot vouch for this report. Southern Newspapers. We have received (ho Atlanta Con fed tranj, the Knoxville. Jicyhlcr, and the Chattanooga llM all of Thursday, the 9th inst. From their columns we have culled a number if interesting items', which will be found in to-day's issue. It is eaid that a pontoon bridge is to be constructed as poon as possible over the liver at this point. The railroad bridge is also being strengthened ; and we may look out for Bielis victorious army pushing forward rapidly throug...

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. — 15 October 1862

I. ! Jo ?o I i ( '31 For Freedom and Nationality. .. : M fif r.lC, I dlior. WIJPriK ,M)T !USINV; OCT. lp, lsY.2. T3 CUP. READERS. This n;T'.;:c Y I'smi is prfsontcil to it jtafi'i 'K !iiai:iis!i:''I 'somewhat in flizp. Thi' la'ilt is'ti'jt ours, nor is it in our power to control it at present. The paper mfcker 0:1 whom wolepcinl, informs us that it will ho neepsshuy for him to fret flpveral to t idea cmchI ial fo the riianu firturo of paper, before lie cart stipply m a;'!un with tho proper ftie. Ho has enough of th'j sizo we pri itt on this niornirijr, t list ns until the other tan he i'tiniisht'l. Wo asHiire our patrons that it ii ' ontra'y to the winlies of the I'ob lish x!) of f:i.' ITx-ios to lake any step tli.! will detract from its merits. As soon iih iv an 1(? supplied with the pa per, we v.i.l numiii! our regular size. Notwiths.(a:i'i::ix tho reduction of the pap er from former si'?, lh"ru will he no dimi-it:'" i in 1 h amount of reading matter fiom vshat ha-, heretofore hee...

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 October 1862

TT71 a r a in ijuja VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY OCTOBER 10, 1802. NO 161 If AS M 11 .DAIIL ST (UKBCDM. gabifoon Counfn Sirctiorn. CITY GOVERNMENT. joii.v iit;oa fmitii, tiy,r. WILLIAM HIIANK, li'rmr. JOII3 CIH.'MIU.EV, XinW. l-l"'!l JlnimWa W. II. Wilkinson, A. C. Tui Wit, t i.l .fames A. Hlc'le. (.7erf:s cfthn .Vark'i John VhurtMtf jtr-njlt f, fii-t; l'n. I.. Myan, scond ; or. 4 John P.' il Lik, third. T.i ilvwmor William Ir:ver. Hif Ctjl'rrhyrX. it. M ink'and HV'r Tax fHl.r K. B l.avrnt. Trotrfir K. Il'-nry. ll'Wv Thon, .5 I,.m'?. f-Hjierinlmilntt of t'l't li' r Mow .r J. Q. Dodd. A'i iiTiulrtulmt if til' H i'ir IlVJn Jumr e Wyatt .',.(. Wi fire X"-j-i--:-ti' John JI. Seabiiiy. W of cM CV,ii"( -j T. II. M ri 1. Ornrsf'r.l.h. S'lew.ir;. t.v Mi'nifij )l.a ! I'l ill i-:-. I't'.i. CITY COUNCIL, ;;ur.l or y4!--r.,.- i t. M. ( ie.i, Pt::-.:.Iml : J. K. tiexfcwn.O A.J Mayl'.ci 1, H.I.. fcovel, Wm.S. t Ik;iU .!. C Smith, M. i L. I.! .ilcirhc, and Jan. Hobb. i,.n..( fViim i W. P....

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 October 1862

For Freedom aad Nationality n, v, fnr.uwn, i:4itor. THURSDAY MORNINf!, OCT. 10, IM2. A Eebel's Apology for the Bout at Corinth. fSrp.iuiv, tbo drunken fx-rcl!iolit circuit-ridor and editor of 'nt Knoxville Jleginter, wbo said the oilier day, that f ho .Almighty dc-ucrved to he tried by a drum !iel court-irisrtial for not pending rain, is pidly i-rrsl-fiiHen at the intelligence of the slaughter and dinconi fit tire of the great arnjirB of J 'rick and Van Pork by the unconquerable troops of the gallnnt I.'ose ihanh, and attempts to poultice flic pliant -ly wound which treason hns received at (Jfirinth, by t.lio following emoliont : TIIK IlATTLR OK COIUNTIt. o much accustomed have our pcopI Income to the aiinoutioeinrnf of successive victories by our armies, that t hey emltire vith little equanimity those reverses of fortune from which neither a Ca sar nor a Kapoleon wore exempt. Wo cannot hope for unvarying- friumphs, and the check received at Corinth by Van Dorn, who with not more th...

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 October 1862

Nashville Mmiu T i: It M S : n. I'lU'iV, I'f :.i r.mn . ui-Wum.y n, :r io.tn.ti...... 'rrru T T;m"V, ;r rri,ir;n T Mnrwwm hin'uiihiiu l.i id 12 ( t -i the Farmers and Market Ilea. J'.'e have the pleasure of stating that r,' article of yesterday Jidda-used to the flve mentioned person.", Im the hearty c, ..'irment of General 1'rui.r.Y. Ue informed n. that r.clhing will rive lyi more f ratification than for the farm " :. to brinj; in th''ir produce to market, t that they shall enjoy full protection. j farmers Lave it in their power to 'rtape. tho evils of foraging by bringing ;,iiMpplies for sale to the city. u' Fuel for the Poor. i'0Ve again urge upon oar municipal and lifary authorities the imperative ne sity of providing immediately an l mdant Hiii)ply of fuel for the Fall and uffnt(r, for the use of our poor citizens. J ps a work which humanity imposes , them; it cannot be bafely delayed. L,ere are hundreds of families awaiting s1 . t r ,tt.'ir action in agonizing suspense, i n HJ...

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 October 1862

4.. a. fc.wr.fc' I 11 ) ' ! I t 1 J-J '!! For Frtedom and Nationality. ft. . .H Kit CI'.U, It) Hoc. TO OUR READERS. This tuor.iin ihe I'nmn' is prosciittjd 1o its a'r":ii (liniinislicl somewhat , in e. Tio fault is not ours, nor is it in our jowtr ( control it at present. Tlic pajKr maker on whom wo depend, informs us that it will he necessary for him to rrt f);Tcral articles essential to (lie manu facture of paper, Wore he can supply n aain with the propl r Bio. lie has enough of the size we print on this luoruig, to last us until the other can he furnished. We assure ouratrous that it is contrary to the wishes of the I'ub lishcrB of the 1'kiov to take any step tint will detract from its merits. As S(.c;j as we can he suppli' d with the pa per, w Vill resume our regular size. Notwithstanding the ri'duction of the paper Iron it former size, there will he no d.rjiinuti i in the amount of reading matter fi'Mi what has heretofore heen jtiven. pt-uib'-r 11, !(-. It) tlx; t'i cil nt of t...

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 October 1862

HIT rr i. JJ..X .VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FBI DAY, OCTOBER 17, 1802. NO 16 I? A Si DAILY V 11-lLA i I. r-t- (Wibsan Counts girectonj. 0 e CITY GOVERNMENT. johm lira a smith, My. Wlt.UAEf fiilANK, lucord-r. JOHN til L' ME LEV, JlarjrW. " fvj.i'jr Jini-aWi V.'. U. Wllkionu, A, C. Tiicii'-r, 1 Junes A. fts' le, " I V oW ilvk-t Julia '.'hun.blr-y, e.--otf.,:M, first ; 1. 1- -'jan, 8"Ci3 1 ; and John P..-iMick , tb'rd. 1 fl'i.f. Aunv,r Will, am Priver. l.rtiHws CoVrt.,rK. B. 'diarikiaod. I iifvc.r-wi ''::. b. g-ktu. ! i'w -artr It. lli'nry. 1 vhtf Mit Tlmm w iAkc. . . ., 1 1 "... i i ...... r .. . . . . jyjvnfin7t of th Water Worfa Jaiuea Vytt Vm- , it I'pirl:nrnl John ST. Heabury, i.rf., of" (A "m'ry T. H. Mr-Bride. T'tt Ocvrttrr . L. rHewart. Att'itvt'j Ji'lio rtd'biili Smith. CITY COUNCIL. ;,cnl JMnun M. M. ttrien, I're.dont ; J. E. YVli.i.U , V 1.11. JIlJUM'lj l LU. U. Vlt HP i-'J, J. C. Smith, M. O. L. Claiborne, an t Ja. Kobb. I, jjw.rwin fon '.; W. P. Jones, President j Willia...

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 October 1862

For Freedom and Nationality. . C Pir.ItCF.lt, Kdllor. MUiAY WORN IN (I. OCT. 17, 1SC2 , An Idle Fancy. We are told that wae of oir poor de la (led rebels, in order to solace and com fort theniet-lvef', fter llieir ut Icr defeat at Corinth and I'erry villc, actually pre tend to believe that I'r.ran;i:ilx;i: or somebody else will capture this place in Tcry few daj. This i3 by no means fho first timo such a rumor has been cir-- eulated here. Nearly every rebel Gen cral in the .Southwest has been delegated for the express purpose of retaking Nash lille, which the owners of a few gepulth Tal looking houses on High Slreet imag ine to be the hub tf the Universe, and of more consequence than London, Paris or Is'cw York. Since our arrival here, a few months ago, Fop.rkbt, Morgan, Bkago, Uiikckiuriduk, Pkice, A.voep.kon, Dick McCann, I'ennett a nd .Stabn8 have all liad a score of days apiece assigned to .them for capturing Nashville. Foiuiest 'once sent word he would attack it, al receiving a...

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 October 1862

i i It . i. ll 1 $n$tivillc Pinion T 12 It M S : 1 T)A1I.T ItrtoH, H-f nnnum JB' "O i ; 2') Tni-WrtM-T VsroN, cr annum f 00 rWrrni J L'nion, per Hiinum 12 00 FRIDAY MORNING. OCT. 17, 1802. J It iermu an impossibility, (o obtain ny thing in tho shape or a Ule uewspa tr from Kentucky. Our readers do noi ,el the dearth of ncwB any worse than trcle. wo arc sure. A very few dvs 'ill put tiH all right, we are conCdcnt. Wood. The Mayor informs us that he is de "rmincd to have a large supply of wood ;,id in fur tho benefit of the poor of tho j'fy in a very nhort time. lie is now 1ishing foward hid plans with all possi- Le celerity, and intends to succeed at I hazards. lie regards it as a matter lieh is of pressing importance, and rist he attended to at all hazards. The "or will he liberally provided for we assured by his cd'orls. VjYkstkbday afternoon the city was uked up ly several rousing peals of Hillory from Capitol Hill, which fairly sked tho surrounding hills with their tinders. The S...

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 October 1862

Nashville imm. For Freedom and Nationality. . V. HIIiH Til, Ddltor. TO OUR READERS. This morning Hio Vsios ia presented to i(s T.a'foim diminished Momowlial in sir. Tlie fault is not ours, nor is it in our jjnV'.-r to control it at present. Tlio paiier ihk r on whom c ilr.enl, infoims ns thai it will bo noi'essaijr for him to got several articles oKnenlial lo Hie. manu facture of paper, be lore ho can supply ns aain witli tho proper size. IIo Las enough of tho sizo wo print In I his morning, to last us until Hie other can ho furniwhed. We assure our patrons (hat i is contrary to the wishes of the I'uh lisltcrs of the. I.'nion to take any stop that will detract from its merits. As soon as we can he supplied with the pa per, we will resume our regular si.o. Nf.lwillitai)ding the reduction of tho jipnr I Dm iU former sie, there will lie. no diminution in the amount of reading matter from -what ha heretofore been given. .Septvmher 11, 1802. A ritOlXAitlATIOX, It)' iSte 'icai'lmt of llc ...

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 October 1862

NiA-SIII VIJLlILilS OL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY; OCTOBER 18, 1802. NO 163 jbftson (Countn Ljirccionj. 1 CITY GOVERNMENT. JOU.N' HUGH KM fTH. Nnvtr. WILLIAM SHANK, U,cndr. JOHN UIIMIUXV, UartM. nly llarthiitV. H. Wilkinson, A. C. Taftker, mne A. ftiele. ij ( Mir- Inlin Chiiml!ey,r-&(F-i,,C.--l; . Hjim, miiiiI ; mill John Kedditk , third Author William Driver. mim CotlnJiir A. IV Shank land. r Tie CViVlor fc. It. Carrell. uurer II H"nrjr. ir Mtwlr Tinman I.raku. -rmi(lciii o It'orAiu--J. y. Ilodd. TiiKrniirirt 0 Me H'n(r irorJU-Jamcs Wyalt fc'iht l:t I. ya..i. li.lm ft. Keabiir. .in oft. CVindcryT. II. M llrlde. t OeiTft J. L. Stewart. ' 4f n' J'llni 21 c t'lmlt Kiiu'tli. CITY COUNCIL. nl of AldermmM. M. Brlen, President ; J- K. ,.n, 0. A. J. llaylleld, II C. Scovfll, Win. 8 Client .1 C Smith, M. O. L. CLilhorue, slid .las. Robb. Council W. I. Jones, President; William in, T. J. Yrbr)Uli, Win. Prlvcr, Wm. fclownrt, hii.ngli, W. Mullins, James Turner, U.M. .South. A. J. Co...

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 October 1862

For Freedom and Nationality M, lai-HCKU, r.dltor. 8A1UIUAY MORNING, OCT 18. 18(12. The Blockade. This community Las fcr weeks been shut out from intercourse with the busy world, both in trade and in news, by the blockade produced by military operations The inconvenience and embarrassments, and trouble! produced by this isolation have b-en felt severely by all classes of society. We have been like the crew of a iaillefH, Bteamlcps, and oarless ship, sleeping on the dull waters of a stagnant lake, when the winds are all locked up in tie ir cave, and no life is risible in the waters or in the air. We are all play ing the part of " rromethcuH Pound," and are as motionless as the rock to which the fates have chained us, while tho vul ture of an ungratified rage for intelli gence from the world without preys con tinually upon oar souls. If we all feel tho evil so deeply, perhaps wo may as well contemplate the evils which would certainly afllict us in the event of a dis solution of the Uni...

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 October 1862

T 11 II M S : lull f I'kk'K, pr annum $t "0 week 20 r Tui-Wrnm-v I'mon, ixr minim 15 00 Wufklt Vkion, pir nnnum 12 W MMMBHMIaiMII lllMKIIMMMMMmal SATURDAY MORNING. OCT. IS, 1C2 Kentucky News. A MeMenger arrived lirre ytiierday Vrinirintr T-siuisvillei datea to the 151 h. . n o - :t ,;.i,i T, .1. :i,tj for us did mt coma into our band. We learn however that it stated that at Chiplin Hill McOook wag reinforced by Gen. CuiTTKMriES and that (Jen Kohecrans was slightly wounded. Election News. The. news from Indiana bIiows that the VooBHir.8 and Vallanhioiiam has onc to the devil where it belongs. Great Movement on Middle Tennes see. We have good authority for saying that a heavy Federal force will be at Clarksville in a very short time, prepara tory to making a grand campaign through Middle Tennessee. This move ment will be apt to purify our beautiful region of the damnable traitors who have bo' long polluted. It is time for certain gentlemen in this city to be pre paring to travel. Thei...

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 October 1862

Itnstoillt "itniotu For Freedom and Nationality. h, !ii:ci:k, riitor. TO OUR READERS. This morning fix Uniom is presented (o it pafrmii diniiiiislit'il somewhat in nip. Tlie fault is not ours, nor is it in our powi r tn i '.riti',l it at prtsont. The paM'f i:is r n w 'mm v (lopcix!, informs tis fhf it wii! bo nt,crsnry for him to get h-v i a! nr t i I csi'iit i.il In tlic manu facture f h'r. before lit can Btipuly us j;;iiin with the proper size. Wo lias riioiili of the we print on this bioriii:g, to la-t ui imlil (lu other can he fur ni.-he'l. We asmiiv ur patrons that i is contrary the wi.-hes ( the Pub lisher .f 1 he Union- to take Any stop (hat will detract from its ineiils. As noon ;is we can lie snpplierl with the pa; per, we will remnne our regular size. Notwithstanding t In reduction of tho paper tVo;n it former sie. there will he no diminution in the amount of reading matter from what hn heretofore been niven. September J I, lo-. V lltO:i.A.M.AT10., lly tlie l'rckitritt or ...

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