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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 23 November 1862

1 I tv-t.-sh - r-r.'". ' - rr- y ? ;r Trv." .iaw'W'. AMt.wt . TR, A TIT TxT 1U1L I ,vr i mi. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1802. NO 194 NASHVILLE C I T, Yj! fO 0 V E R N M E N T.' ' ' ,'JOlH TICOH SMITH, Hay nr. ' ' ' ' ' WIUiASt UttAMK, lheorr. ' ' " ' JOHS CBUHBUY, Martkat. !!'' t ' ' - ' ; - . 74 Wcjn W, II. WUslnton, A. C. Tucker, J p roes A. Ptwlo. . . erkt qflht Market Jvlin Chumhley ,z-jlfa, flrt; I. Rya, Second ; and John Roddick, third. . u itswwtnr William Driver. wnw Collector K. B. Sbank'nd. or TaJ ChlJfor H. B. Oerrett r . rwrr R. Benry. ' ,' . ' Ttarf Vruror Thnma 1akf. ' ' .psTftrnidn of the Workhnum-. Cj. Dodd. ! ' ipertWiuW itf 1' HVU-James Wyatt. : ; n Ae Fir BHriitMn John M. Boabury. -xlon or the CwMtor,-T. U. McBrlde. : ; ml Onnr-J. I. flown ri, jy 4((oriMFJuba HvPlwll Bmlth. . .1 . ' CITY COUNCIL,' ! 1 ' .,' J ! t ! . ' ' ' !,.' ,arJ or AUrm M. M. Brtan, I-resldent ; J. K. .man.O. A. J. May Held, H O. Bcovel,Wm.8 Cheat- i, J. C Hroilb, M. 01.. Claih...

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. — 23 November 1862

dcr to Ihe Presiding Elders (o expel all loyal local preachers within the Confer ence. This order includes mjself who hate been a local preacher in that Con ference. I am going back, and intend to rail a Conference of the local preacher, and we will expel the last devil of these rebel priests. Ve will put Iheic scceders and rebels out, and recover the church property which rightfully belongs to us, and not to the traitors. This Methodist Dook Concern in your city,: which has published ao much treason, is not the property of the rebels, it belongs to the loyal Methodists, and we mean to have jt back. Utf is a copy of the church Dis cipline, and it mot positively enjoins npon all our preachers obedience to the laws and constituted authorities of the land. A transgression of thia injunction makes the oflender liable to expulsion from tbe church. When the Kldcr are ordained they arfl brought around the altaryou have wen the ordinations here frequently, for alltheKldtrs were ordain ed he...

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. — 23 November 1862

' 'TKIlftIS: Pitt t'mjf arm era ..fl 00 " ' wk....; .. 20 Tii-WittLT t'aioa, jr aimuia. V W WtLt Uitsp' i aaauin.,.,t.,., ....U W SUNDAY MORNING, N)V. 23, 1862. Dxlcnalve i'nrnllar Kale, We will sell on Monday morning, No TemUf TlflC2, ''at 'o'clock, it the resiclehe of 8. Nathan. No.' .30 South Market Street, a large lot of Housbhold AFD KlTCUB 1'CKXITCRE. A! 10, On Wednesday morning, at 9JJ o'clock, at Ihe residence of D. ElbUAck, No. J 08 South Summer Street, all his IIouskhold and K itch em FuRMxuitK ; alio, one ex tra lino" Wheeler 6c ' Wileon Hewing Maciiink. Sec bill of sale. H. K. KHIICLDS .V CO, ' Nov23-J I. . Haul of Guerrillas. Twcntj-fie regular " J'tittc rnuU " Lt- . longing to roiiREHT'rt , command, oome cavalry inen, some infantry, and some liflonging to Fkkeman'h Battery, were brought in yesterday, having been cap tured by (Jen. Cmttendkn's command. Fifty "butternuts'.' wero abio brought in who were captured by Gen. Davu' command. They are hard-looking nut, and appea...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 23 November 1862

For Freedom and Nationality. m. '. ni:iu i:ii, r.q itr. Important Regulations in Relation to Amy Traini and Baggage. War IJk.partment Avv't Ci en'i.8 Orrict) Wahhinqton, Oct. 18, 1862. f General Orders, -iV. 100. The following regulations ire establish ed for army trains and baggage : 1. There will be allowed For headquarters' twin of an Army Corpf, four wspons; of a Division or Brigade, three; of a full Infantry Kegi inent, w ; and of a Light Artillery Mat tery or Siuadron of Cavalry, tliree. In nc case will this allowance be ex reeded, but always proportionably re duced arcoidinf; to the officers and men actually present. All surplus wagons will he turned over to the Chief Quarter master to tie organized, under direction" of the Commanding Generals, into supply traiti, or sijit to the nearest depot. . The requisite supply trains, their size depending upon the state of the roads and character of the campaign, will be organized by the Chief tuarterraaslcr, with the approval of the C...

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. — 25 November 1862

TV v HYILILM BAIILY UNION. VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1SG2. NO 195 NAB padibson flumnfn Sircelorji.' CITY GOVERNMENT. JOIIM Hl'H KM1TH, Mayirr. WILLIAM SHANK, llecorder. J'JlIN ail'MKI.!;Y, M.nkal. Vl'i'ig llanlmh W". II. Wilkiutun, A. C. Tucker, d James A. htoi'le. tlerktqflli Market J(in Chcnibky.ex.ofirir,, first; m. I Hyan, second ; and John Koddick, thud. Tiue jtuseMor W.lliimi Privcr. .Vcmus CuUirlnr A. B. Huilikiiin l Water Tut (Julltclor K. B. (iarrett TrrntwrrV. li'nry. Wharf MwJcr Thomas Leake. fiiijierintaiulrMt' of tin ti'oiiV.UM J. Q. I)ill. "'uijniiim'cii r (As tlTifrr it'nr. Jumr Wyntt. yi'r of th Flrt lh-parbtu.nl John M. S-.-auury. rlt. of tl.c Cemetery- t. II. Mcllrido. "' (kertwJ. L. r'townrt. tipKltl'iriirij.Vihn Md'linll Smith. ' CITY COUNCIL. 'lrl of Alil-mien.,! . Si. Pi runn.O. A. J. Mayllcl 1, 11. tl Ifii, 'r :f itJ' nl ; .1. K. ..!, Wm. S. On aU , J. C. Smith, M. i. !.. l-i.i'li jrii", unci J.m. P.obb. 11,11011 ('luwll .V. P. Jon ' H...

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. — 25 November 1862

Pasltvillc atnion. CO tor Freedom and Nationality TUIDAY MOUNINO, NOV. 25. 1-SC2. Not Invasion. It is amazing to licar how rebels speak of the coming of United states soldiers into the Southern Stales as an invasion. It is nonsenso lo call the migration of a citizen from cno State of this Kcpnblic to another an intasion. It is simply a removal, a c hange of locality, which Las no likenpsa to an invasion. Wc mirh as well speak of a citizen of Middle Ten nessee invading West Tennessee. We have a nationality, and on the part of the loyal people of the Union this is a . . - - - ,1 i i. war lorine preservation riiu nnui ouk lishment of tlio nationality of the Ilcinib lic. A citien of Louisiana has a riiiht to travel unmolested through Vermont or Ohio, ai d purchase property, and dwell there, if he chooser; and, again, the cit ens.of New England or he Northwcl have a right to go to Louisiana. The States and Territories of this Government are the common property of the American people, and...

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. — 25 November 1862

mmmmrmmmrmwmnnmmmmammmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmBm T E It 31 8 J Paii.t Unioit, jit annum.... 8 r0 " ".wiiok 20 - Tri-Wifki.t fnion, jwr annum f 5 00 VHF.KI.T ITkiom, t annum f i 00 TUESDAY MORNING NOV. 2.r, J 802. Murders in Smith County. Wo heard ycsterdtj (hat four Union citizens were murdered at Know's Hill, in omuii county, a lew iaysgo. ihoae devils are treasuring np wralh against the day of wralh. Recruits. Our friend Col. Stork received twenty-five pplendid recruits for his Cavalry KcgimcnL from Putnam county, ycBter day. Tney were toil-worn, hungry, and soiled with travel, but their bosoms were all a-flame with patriotic fire, and they will enter the service wit! a zeal which tiono can feel, savo those who havo been bounded from homo by reinorseiess reb els. Wilson County. A gentleman informs im that the rebel .citizens of this county are tilled with alarm, and many of them are running off their negroes and household property to the South. The rascals are only jump ing out of the fry...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 25 November 1862

sftasltiillr Pinion. For Freedom and Nationality. s. c. nntrr:n, r.ditor. nwnnrwwiMin wrri t mini wpwiijw m.wnr Important Regulations inRelation to Army Trains and Baggage. VVr. 1 i 1 tatitmkxt Aiju'tGen'ls On- to!: Washington, Oct. 18, f General Orders, No. ICO. The following regulations are establish cd for army trains and hafrjrago : 1. There will bo allowed For h'al'Uartirt' train i.f an Army ('wrp?, j'i'.tr wagons; of a Division or Ilriy;?li', Ihrri ; of a full Infantry Ifcji men, ; ami of a Lilit Artillery V,.il t.rv ) Squadron of Cavalry, three. In ii' ii:-e will (his allowance bo ex ceed"!, hut always proportionally re duced ae (.i ding to the otlicers and men actually present. All surplus wagons will Ix.' ttirned over to the Chief Quarter-nia(:fe;- tit he organized, und.-r direction of tli'- Cotiiiiiatidin;; Oenerals, into Kiijiply trains, or sent to the nearest depot. Tins r"iiiite supply train'", their f-ie depending upon the Htate of the roads arid ( hi'l ' ; ' 1 l id' 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. — 26 November 1862

HILJLE DAILY UNION. - VOT. T NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1802. NO 196 MAS i 0 it T! 3 ai ! nt Cl, 1 tat o til w) 3 or tin CITY GOVERNMENT. JOHN HUGH 8MITH, Ma por. W I M.I AM 8TIAKE, eorT. JOHN CnUMBLEY, UanhaU Deputy afarafcala Wfc H. Wilkinson, A. C. Tucker, a&4 Jtmn A. Stools. , Clerk of On Mark John Oii:mlle7,-oWo,(lrnt; Jo. L. Ryan, second ; and John Reddlck, third. . Tarn A-eor William Driver. ' Bmm Collector A. B. Hhankland. Water To ttileeor K. B. Garrett 7Veutwr R. Ilenry. Wharf Matter Tliomai Leake. Hupirlnlwlnl o ICorliViuM J. Q. Dodd. SfHT(rtuW of the Water Work James Wyatt. Wife o fc fir Departments-John M. Soabury. fkriofl of the Cemetery -T. II. McBride. ttfr Oeerieer J. L. Htcwurt. C'iy .dUoriwy John McFhall Smith. CITY COUNCIL. Board o Aldermen M. M. Brlou, rresldont ; J. E. Newman,!. A. J. May Held, II.G. Scovet, Wm. 8. Cheat, han, J. C. Smith, M. O. L. Claiborne, and Jas. Robb. Uommon Council W. P. Junes, Prosldent ; William Roberta, T. J. Ya...

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 November 1862

the entire line at such office although some of the roads may be located wholly or in rart within other collection dis tricts. . .i The per ccntage is to be paid by rail roads on receipts from transportation of troop, as well as from any other class of passengers. 'HO. -7 IN RKGAU1) TO AUCTIONEERS. A regularly licensed anctionecr can dl the poods of a licensed dealer's toro; but lie can not Bell the goods, wares, &c, of an unlicensed dealer, who is subject to a licence tax, at his (the dealer's) placoot business, w ithout being subject to the penalty. An auctioneer can sell such goods as are not usually included in the stocks of dealers, wherever such goods may be situated, without taking special liecnBC therefor. o. 28 htamp tax os express receipts. The item marked "Express," on page 89 of the Excise Law, was not intended to embrace t ho freight business on rail roads and ordinary wagoners, but is lim ited to persons who are express carriers and not merely common carriers, unde...

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 November 1862

T 12 KMS: Datlt Dmi, per annum. .......... W 00 " VKk 20 Tbi-Whim.t tmol, per annum 1 00 Wtair I'mosr, per annum $1 00 wnwiuinjimngniiwii wwiimiiw - - i WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV' 2C, 1862. To Army Officers and Soldiers. ! MILITARY DLAfiSIS, SUCH AS Enlistment Blanks for Recruiting, Monthly Company ILetarn3," ; Officers' Pay Accounts, r . Descriptive Rolls, Ac, Ac, 4c, CONSTANTLY ON HAND, and for sale on the most tnodcrato terms Wo are also better prepared tlinn any other establishment In the city, tu exccuto with the grant ed! despatch and on moderate, t'Tin?, ANY JUNL) Olf GOVERNMENT PRINTING, and wwt respectfully Solicit order. Tueatkf,. The Iioubo was again crowd ed last night, and the performance was unexceptionable. We have no room for comments this morning. Wo will add however, that the theatre is well warmed, good order ia observed, and everything is carried on in a slylo (hat cannot fail to render all comfortable who attend. Tho play fo-ni";ht is "(Jiialdi," with tho "Irish Tu...

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 November 1862

I V piishvillc Linton, For Freedom and Nationality. R. C. K1EI1CEII, Editor. Important Regulations inRelation to Army Trains and Baggage. Wah Departmhnt Adu'tGen'ls Office Wahuisqtok, Oct. 18, 18G2. General Orders, No. ICO. The following regulations re establish ed for armj trains and baggage : 1. There will be allowed For headquarters' train of an Array Corn, four wagons; of a Division or Brigade, three; of a full Infantry Kogi . merit, six; and of a Light Artillery Bat tery or Squadron of Cavalry, three. In no case will this allowance be ex ceeded, but always proportionally re duced according to the officers and men actually present. All surplus wagons will be turned over to the Chief Quarter master to be organized, under direction of the Commanding Generals, into supply trains, or sent lo the nearest depot. The requisite supply trains, their size depending upon the state of the roads and character of the campaign, will bo organized by the Chief Quartermaster. with the approval 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. — 27 November 1862

UNION VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1802. NO 197 - NA SMVIL DAIJLY labibscn Counin , girtftcrs. CITY GOVERNMENT) a. , JOm IlVon BMITO, Mayor. WILLIAM KHANE, fiorW. JOUR CI1CMBLET, JoriW. , Dqmy llaniaUV, H. Wilklnton, A. C. Tucker, d Jamea A. Planle. ' Clerkt of A Marktt John Chamber, a-o0leto,tlrat; a. L. Rjatseooad $ And John Rcddick, third. fTaa AmeeMtr WUUm Driver. . . Bchhw Collector k. B. Phanfcland. ' Water fa CWior K. B. Garrett 'Ttmww R. llr-nrj. ,Wkarf Mooter TUomaa iMke. fiuperUtlendrnt of the Workknu!. Q. Dodd. Superintendent of tin Water Worlu Jamn WJT&tt CW (V A Vr P-pomoU John II. BoaburT'. ftiaHim of tit Cemetery T. H. McBrlda. rw Orrr J. L. Hiowart. GitaJAttorneu John Mcl'hall Smith. CITY COUNCIL. lioari of Aldermen M. M. Brian, rrcaldont ; J. E. nwroan.O. A. J. May Held, II.O. Pcovol, Wm. 8. ChreiU ', J. C Pmltb, M. 0. L. Clalborno, and Jag. Robb. 'bmmon Council W. T. Jonca, President; William I rtn, T. J. YarbrotiKb, Wm. Driver, Wm. 8twar...

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 November 1862

llnsltvillc hn. for Freedom and Nationality; n. c. zir.nvr.n, Editor. Til UR A) AT MORNING, NOV. 27, 1802 The Negro Exodus The ' Way of the Transgressor i3 Hard. ,', ,. The rebel slaveholders of Middle Ten mules they drive, there will be a multi- told a few days ago that a Lieutenant jtndo of industrious, thinking, well-clad, attempted to expel a respectable family educated, newspaper-reading, church and from some rooms which lie desired far school-going, white farmers, able and his private use; and again of another in willing to servo the Slate in peace and in stance in which some military outlaws war i lie exchange will not be a bad turned a nrirm rmll. r n..i. i, 4 one; it will soon double our wealth. Military Quarters. Article III. of Amendments to the Con stitution, says: - ; bio dwelling to make room for inmates of the vilest character. ! -Now the old maxim of law is that "every man's house is his castle," and the common voice of all ages and nations has declared that a nesscc...

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 November 1862

' ' ' T K I t M ti J Oaii.t Union, por an mi id.... ...... f 8 00 " " ............. SO ri-ViT Carol, pnr innnra , ti no ' WlEILT t'KlOM, T milium ti 00 DURSDAY MORNLVQ, NOV; 27, 180. Night-Capi Marching. A novel military procession passed rtlgk the streets yesterday, exciting pity of some, and the derision of iers. Some fifty Federal soldiers who 1 been captured and . paroled by the rrillns, at various times, under cir nstances not at all creditablo to the soners, were collected, by order of ticral IIobkcbanh, and adorned with 'it-cap, with red tassels in the centre, I in this outre uniform paraded through streets, to the roll of tho drum, I the ulirill crnciikiti, of tlm urjr-noclted fllti." re tho gaze of admiring thousands, cheered them on their "winding No doubt a strict enforcement of tary discipline would have condemn- nany of theso soldiers to death for pusillanimous behavior. General cuan has wisely shown his dcter- ion to expose to disgrace all sol i and ollicers who bring ...

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 November 1862

la5lirUlf itntou. For Freedom and Nationality. s. c. MKiirni, rditor. Important Regulation! in Relation to Army Trains and Baggage. "War Departmrnt Adu'tGkn'ls Omen) ' WaHHISOTON, Oct. 18, 18G2. f General Orderi, No. ICO. The following regulations are eet&Vl ish d for army trains and baggage : 1. There will be allowed For headquarters' train of an Army "Corps, four wagons; of a Division or Brigade, thret; of a full Infantry Regi ment, sir.; and of a Light Artillery Bat tery or Squadron of Cavalry, three. Ia no case will this allowance be ex ceeded, but always proportionally re duced according to the officers and men actually prcttent. All surplus wagons will he turned over to the Chief Quarter master to he organized, under direction of the Commanding Uenorals, into supply trains, or sent to the, nearest, depot. The requisite supply trains, their size, depending upon the state of the roada and character of tho campaign, will be organized by the Chief Quartermaster, with the appro...

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 November 1862

MASHYBLILE -DA UNION. ibl Cr0L I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 18(52. NO 198 Wt. i ' Gibson fiountg gireriorg. . CITY. OOVERNMENT. ' ' JOmf II COH SMITH, Mayor. WILLIAM MIANE, Becorder. JOHN CIIUMBLEY, Uar,haU Deputy Manhole VI . II. Wilklnion, A. 0. Tuoker, 'id Junta A. fUn'lo. I Clerk of the Market .l"hn ChurabrJ ,tx-o(flcio,Ar ,m. Im RvMi,icjnd ; and John Reddlck, third. Taa An nor Wlllium Driver. Revenue Collector K. 0. Phnnkland. I Water Tax OoltertorK. B. Oarrett j Treasurer H. llmry. Wharf Matter Thoroiui Lfinkc. ' fiupertntewleni of the WmkhoueeS. Q. Dodd. 'Surriewnilcnt of the Water Wor-Jamci Wyatt. , I Chief tf 0i Fire Department John M. Beabury. Sexton t tit CeineUery'X, H. Mcllride. Street Overtrer .1. L. Stewart. 1 Oily Attorney John Mcl'bnll Smith. CITY COUNCIL. Board of Aldermen . M. Brlen, lrC8ldt)t ; J. E. lwmn,0. A. J. Maytield, ll.'l.Pcovol, Wm. S. Cheat (1rU J. C. Bmlth, M. U. ! H.'iihorno, and Jag. Kohh. j txmnum Counoil W. P. Jonoa, President ; Wi...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 28 November 1862

gjiwltvitlc Silnion, For Freedom and Nationality z - H. C. iUEUCEIt, Cdltor. FRIDAY MOUSING, NOV. 28, 1882. A .Eebel New.paper .Office Confls cated. . The printing olRce of the infamous Lopisvillo (buritr was Bold at auction the otter day by the United States Marshal, to the Louisville Democrat Company, for 0,150, Tho Courier has left a black memory behind it. Haliif.max, one of its traitor proprietors and chief manager, Lad but one passion and that was the base one of avarice. lie was in swift succession a Whig, a Democrat, an Km an cipalionist, an Aboli'ionist, an Inmir rectioiiist, an American, a Know-Noth ing, a I'lug-Uuly, Locofoco, a Tire Eater a Secessionist, and finally a mis erablc traitor, who tied like a paltroon and a da! ard from the mob lie had helped to Btir up. Tho Courier printing cm pany was bankrupt in purso as well as in moral, not being able to pay ten cents on'tbc dollar of their liabilities. Mj-Kek, tho last editor of that paper, while pro fessing through its ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 28 November 1862

fjtasltviilc Jilmott. r TERMS: Daily Cniom, per annum W 00 " wwk;. 80 Tir-WxwLr l'mo,r auburn .A 00 Wbeklt Union, xr annum 2 00 FRIDAY MORNING, NOV. 28,"ldC2. Bailroad Accident A Smash Up. The morning passenger and express rain for Louisville met with a serious nishap yesterday, at tho switch about ,ne mile and a half from this citjr. It ippcars that the switch-tender instead of ocking the lever properly, had fastened t with a stick. As the train was pass ng over the switch, th fastening gave raj, and four passenger cars were itjied down an embankment some thirty bt.j high. The locomotive, ladies' car, nail and express cars having passed the twitch wero not thrown off. There were tome four hundred passengers in t ho ars at the time, who almost miraculously scaped much serious injury. Licutc lant Ravknbcroit of the 22d Indiana, vas found under a truck which was )roken from ono of the cars. His legs vcrc severely brused.but no hones broken, lis frword was broken to atoms. A. Guning, d...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 28 November 1862

For Freedom and Nationality. . c. mi.urrii, Editor. Important Regulations in Relation to Army Traini and Baggage. Wab Department Adu'tGen'lh Office ' WaHHISOTON, Oct. 18, 18G2. J General Orders, Ko. 100. The following regulations are establish ed for army trains and baggage : 1. There will be allowed For headquarters' train of an Army Corps, four wagons; of a Division or Brigade, three; of a full Infantry Keji mont, six; and of a Light Artillery Lat tery or Squadron of Cavalry, three. In no rase will this allowance be ex ceeded, but always proportionally re duced according to the officers and men actually present. All surplus wagons will be turned over to the Chief Quarter master to be organized, under direction of the Commanding Generals, into supply trains, or sent to the nearest depot. The requisite supply trains, their size depending upon the state the roads and character of (lie campaign, will lie organized by the Chief (Quartermaster, with tint approval of the Commanding Gener...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
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