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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 5 December 1862

NASHVILLE DAILY UNION. i i; VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, PHI DAY, DECEMBER 5, 18G2. NO 201 lit for rlir! lb, mo. I out .til Hal ket II, Mi BUI sid of the eac of the ten 1(1 ant tin i in " 1 tho cl fur v i ott rio by gi? mo ing fur wh hi .hi 1ST 'lt ijor t ti Ti on rec 2 gjtbibson (tsnnfj) girtttortj. OITY GOVERNMENT. JOHN I1COH 8MrTCT, Jfyr. V 11,1,1 AM KIlANE, lieardr. JOHN CifUMBLKT, Mortal Jfaral W. II. Wllkluion, A. C. Tucker, 0U nd Jamce A. HUolo. ing Clmk oflh Jrartrt . lotin Chambly,-0WIh't; fof Joi. U Ryan.iecoml ; nd John KcJdlck, third. Tarn Aor William lrtT-r. Uevenn Collector.. II. Shankland. Waltr Turn Collector V.. B. Garrott Trrnmrtrll. lii'nty. Wharf Matter Tie una Iz-akc. Bim-intendent of th Workhnu 3. Q. Dodd. -hipertnfndeni rf th Water WvtIci Jiimn Wyatt. Chief of th Fir Vepartment John M. Soabury. JWMi ot the Cemetery J. II. MtlSrlile. fitroei OieruerJ. h. HUiwurt. City Attorney Ji'hn Md'hidl fimitli. CITY COUNCIL. Hoard of AlUrmen M. M. Drlou, I'rutiiduut ; J. 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. — 5 December 1862

4 f n. ji. i! 1 Fat n 11 IN 0 o for Freedom and Nationality 8. C. JIKIICEK, Editor. Friday morning, dec. 6, isca. c The Weird Bfsters; and Jeff Davis'i '".Vision. '', ".: - ! TVinca JouM-YaH Bckeii ccrtsiuly was fcuiHr bt Itrpnts' lingunt, wben he called " tti rebel Stales M trrWKmi1 sisters.";" No 5 'doubt the old fellow bad in LU mind tbe witcbes, tbe "weird sisters," who held tbeir " infernal orgies around tbe caldron, in .which they mingled "a cbarm of pow erful trouble" for tbe poor victim of un--iliftUowtd ambition and treaion j ' ' ' T( 1 and lrmo wlrti tcbtth ! ' ,l la riddles and al'airs ttf tHatn, . . And, dlrtlltiid by tti!'C Ka wd luch artificial sprites. ' '.'. At y the strength of their illusion . 4 lirew hiin oa to us coidoeion." . 1 us entor far m ronroent Ihe dark - aveof treason, where Jeff. Davis, tbe usurper, of Richmond, like another Macbeth, consults these haggard minis ters of death, and seems like his Scot tish prototype to . Spurn fle and loar, ejlia hopca '...

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. — 5 December 1862

... .... f THKMS: 'i DAtiTVffinir, perannnm ....... i Tst'-WrraiT ti,lr amim.,',.,,.,...tS 00 v Wr.t.T Chios), per annum....... ........fa 00 IIUI)Ar.:OItNING lF.(i 5, ifcsi.' The resJd'mt'B . lejflage. We were to confident of receiving the Mens age last night, in time to lay it be fore our reaikrw this 'morning, that we did not prrparj muclT other matter for oar present inane ; but the Message hat ing failed to fcrrite, must be our apology for the small amount of matter this morn ing. We will present our readers with ibeMegiage at the earliest possible mo meht. Tor laie and interesting news we refer our readers to the first page of the paper. 11 A II II 1 F, D In t'lln oily, on Thursday evening, Docomber 4th, nl the Church f the Holy Trinity, by the Rev. Mr. Harlow, Mr. Km Ukckktt, one of the Publishers of tha Nashville Union, nnd Ming Asm Fhkkwood both of England. In banding over our associate to the keeping of another, we beg leave to offer the happy couple our congratulations. M...

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. — 5 December 1862

For Freedom and Nationality. K. V. ItlKlllTH, rdlt-r. CONFISCATION ACT. Public No. ICO. Ah Aor to suppress insurrection, lo pun ish treason nd rebellion, to seize and conCscatc the properly of rebels, and for other purposes. Be il enacl&l ly Vie Senate and Ihtuse of Representatives of Vie tinted Statu of Amer ica in Connreu atsemlded, That every person who shall hereafter commit the crime of treason against llio United hlates, anrl shall lo adjudged guilty thereof, shall sutler death, nnd all his slaves, if any, shall be declared and made free; or at the discretion of the court, he shall be imprisoned for not less than five years, and lined not lens than ten thousand dol lar; said fino shall be levied and collect ed on any or all of the proper) y, real and personal, excluding slaves, of which the aid pron so convicted was the owner at the time of committing the said crime, any sale or conveyance to the contrary, notwithstanding. ' S(;c. 2. An-1 be it furtlier enade-l, That if an...

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. — 6 December 1862

DAILY -raioK r-- VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER G, 18G2. NO 205 MAS IT' "Tl fOITY GOVERNMENT. JOHN HCGH SMITH, Mm for, WILLIAM PHASE, lteeorder. JOI1H tTTCHBLEY, Jfarsfcot 2V1 jrMI W. II. Wilkinson, A. C. Tucker, wi Jamrs A. Pteols. CAerlu ttflke. Marl John Ct)cmbley,a-0U, flrst; of. L. ttran,scorid ( and John Reddlck, third. Tarn JwiKr-VlUltm Driver. Cmm CuUtetor A. B. Phanklsnd. RTaMr Taa Collector i R Garrett , gYaamrw- R. Hoary. WTurrf MaMer Thorn Leaks. prtalnt 0)4 Workk"nJ. Q. Dtxld. . , S-ptrUienAetU of (At Water lVor James Wyatt. ' Cm ttf ike Fire Ifpatlment Jolin M. Seabury. Stto i th4 Cemetery T. II. McBrlde. go-Mi Ormuur J. L. ftcwart. Vut AUorney J""" Mcl'hall BmltU. CITY COUNCIL. Board 0 Aldermen U. M. Brlen, rrosidut ; J- T.. Newman, Q. A. J. May Hold, H.O. ..Tel.Wm.S. Cheat bam, J. C. Bmith, M. (J. I Claiborne, aud Jas. Robb. Common Council IT. V. Juuts, i'resldnnt i William Roberta, T. J. YarbroiiKb, Tm, Drlrcr, Wm. Ptuwart, bonis Hongh, W. Mulllni, ...

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. — 6 December 1862

. ,.......---''". --. r i, i ..... -.--. - i II . , r mr ' J" ' , Kfc, for Freedom and Nationality H. C. iTIKUCKK. Editor. SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. (5, Just Kemark. " Th Indianapolis Jtnmo?, commenting on (he restrictions on publishing military news, which operates very unequally, in different localities, very justly remarks: " Wnshinpton papers public freely , and regularly what correspondents are prohibited from sending by telegraph, and furious rows are raised over the im prudent babbling of New York papers, while those of Washington chatter army Secrets without disturbance. Letushave consistency, and justice in this business, cr have done with it." Ko sensible loyal editor will object to the prohibition to publish news which would be advantageous to the enemy, but lie has a right to complain, if his rival at another point, is permitted to publish th same news that he is ordered to sup press. ' This is gross partiality. That little blackguard wrapping-paper, the Chattanooga L'elel,...

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. — 6 December 1862

' T 12 It 31 8? Dan.t Ur, fmr acunra. ...9 00 .... 20 ....tt (10 ... $2 00 Ti-WtrictT Union, per annum.... Wil Vain, pf annum... ".,..4 SATURDAY kOUNING. 1E0. '0,'18C2 t i-lltuoiots Notice. Second I'o&l Chap tMcKendree M. E. Cburcb,) Rev. T. A. , )0dwik, of the "Indiana American" " -win jreacu i aw, a a. xti. wiapjain Jon Diixok of the 18th Ohio, will preach at 6 In the Ercnn, on finnday ; 7th inst.! The public are alwaji Invited to attend. Theatre. "Ingomar" wan greeted last night by a densely packed house. It It needless for us to say that the perfor mance was well received ; for the death like stillness and anon tbo outbursts of approbation were indubitable evidences of that fact. Mr. Hamilton makes a "icood "Ingomar," and the character of the pntle and loving "Parlhenia," in the 'person of Mrs. Bernard, was, as usual, well acted out. The other parties cast in the piece, fully sustained their former reputations. Time and space prevent ua saying moro at length. A number of per...

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. — 6 December 1862

.71 ! 1 1 worse in both cnoi afcr tLj separation of the sections, than before. The foreign litre trade, noir imperfectlj suppressed, would bo ultimately revived without re Btriction in one section; while fugitive slaves, now only partially surrendered, would not be surrendered at all by the other. " Physically speaking, we cannot sep arate. . We cannot remove our respective sections from each other, nor build an impsRflahlc wall between them. A hus band and wife may be divorced, and go out of the presence, and beyond the reach of each other; but the different parts of our country cannot do this. They cyino't but remain face to face ; . and intercourse, either amicable- or hos tile, must continue between them. Is it possible, fhen to make that intercourse more advantageous, or more satisfactory after separation than before t Can aliens make treaties easier than friends can make laws ? Can treaties be more faith fully enforced between aliens, than laws an anion; friends? Suppose you g...

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. — 7 December 1862

NAMYttJLlE 11MIILY 1 - -.- ,"5 ; a .1.'. I i. I e I. Iff WL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1862. NO 206 O I T Y O O VI RNMENTi jom man smith, nr. -' WILLIAM BIIANK, UeooreW. (OHM CnUMBLEY, JfaraftoJ.' pr firrtoI W. H. Wllk!u, A. C. Tucker, l Jamc a. tiecie. Tjrta ofdu Arm's John Cfrorabley,aa-ofHg, fret; i, L. Ryan, second ; and Jobs Raddick, third. tri Jwr William Driver. . - .. fMW CoUwAie A. B. Shank land.' ' ' four Tom MUutort. 0. Garrett ,,. 'Vaeuiirer R. Henry. . . yKT sraaiarT nomas iaxs. . J .pwlil of the Worlclmuee1. Q. Dodd. 1,'ujmf iMoVn R IFosr BVb-James Wyatt. i fhirjt of the fire D-yartmentJu M. Beabury. ' yUM of the VemeteryT. H.McBrid. . . , ' i ''nut Overmr J. L. Stewart. Ciif Attorney JtiU Mcl'ball Smith. . Davidsoh County Dibectobt Continued i y r fy CITY COUNCIU Board of Aldermen U. M. Brian, president j J. B. wmen.a. A. J.May field, H.O.Scovel.Wm. 8. Cheat, J. C. Binilh, M. O. L. Claiborne, and Jm. Kobb. Uonmon CouneilW. P. Junes', President ( Will...

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. — 7 December 1862

Tor Freedom and Nationality, c. Micncfcitt mi or. SUNDAY MORNING, DEC. 7, 102. Save the Pieces. When the Commander of tbe Unifers hid fed lhounndon fiveloavef and two little tnhtn, he Lade IiU attendants gath er tip tbe frigmfnls, tbat no wait te made. Yet he could end to the angler'a hook a fish with money in his mouth to pay tributecould turn stones into bread, and could draft legions of angcla for an army. If Gcneralf,T Colonels, Majors, and Captains in'our army will not profit by the example,' tbe many Chaplains in tbe ecrTice, at IcaBt might teach the soldiers and officers leiBons of economy from it, which would save millions to Government before the war cIobcb. NeedlefS destruction of property, en riches nobody, impoverishes the world JTeglt ct f that which is going to des truction, ministers to the same end. If soldiers in our army burn a farmer's fence, when they could get fire-wood without it, they may regret tbe deed beforo this time next jear. Terbaps tbe fence en closes ...

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. — 7 December 1862

1 r- gOtasIwiUc , Stolon.. DajlvVhio, per amitim... ft 0 M ' H I. .'..'.. v. 20 T-wr.tit Vkioh, per aunarn ...fS 00 t.t t xijn, jvr annum...... . I.V.t'-! W SUNDAY MOUSING, REU. 7, 18C2. Tie List of Letter! occupy to much of ortr amiable apace this morning, that our columns do 'not contain their usual variety of news. Wo ask oar readers to bear with us for the present Second rresbjtcrian Church (1st Tost Chapel) Treadling this morning at 11 o'clock. Monthly consort for prayer, at 7 to-night. I. Dmtbuctiy Fuii. On Friday night, t about 2 o'clock, the old frame carpen ter shop standing on the corner of Church and Summer streets, and occupied by Mr. Simmons, was discoTcrad to be on r fire. The material of which it was com posed being dry and unusually inflamma ble, and the nature of tho contents of tho shop being very combustible, the flams made rapid and frightful progress, assuming dimensions of sufficient magni tude to create a fear that they would be communicated to other buildings...

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. — 7 December 1862

1 i (ooMTiacio llattoo Jaa M Hum J I) lloneley Steren I. Herrunan A. . H'sra Thai Hudson Iir Wra Haynet Mom H Hammond Mathew 8 MolT M H iirK"a H B KlRh Wra H Hill Aloneo Jlur.h Abraham Honher AntboDY Jllnrff A W luuhtr t'r A A Hnpslss A O I , H'Hian J"rd II . Haven Kdwin 0 llama arld Heentenhtar Dr Hill (Ja)Tln Hudson 0 W ' Hamilton CIim Heaton (inn Hammond (loo II Hardy Hour llama Jl Hamilton IIU(.h A . Hampy ftarmie! Hlehman Wm H olden W W ! Heeld Wro Hi Head W B linesman Tbos Holieu 1'atrick llulian laurence Hit-i h ix k L1I Hill Dr 0 1" HerrlnKtr-n Nnthnn II Hubbard Jobn C 2 Hall Jobn lianeaJ'hn Heelett Hi .a E Hugett C1 1) It HiraadalCaptCB Moose Kir a llnm.l .l -liwrn A G a liouM Jro I lent (. P II Holll-der L A HanoTur JoHeph Hutnca Jti'lioiti Harron Jaa liana Jiu ob , Halting Junna llHk John 2 lie'tii" Jim Hill J.ibn W 2 Heaidcy Harry HiiKtna J.diD Ilubcr J ' H ill l.i. nl Jobn I, HoK! .1 ilia Yi' Hopkins laaao llawlijr James N ' '. H.1AH J I. Hippie Julio Jlitrvy Jon C Jlen...

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. — 9 December 1862

Id 3L I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1802. NO 207 'tem Coanlj gtrKf&rj. urflTY GOVERNMENT. t aBaaaSBBBBBBBB M li join hugh smith, jrcyM-. ""SwiLMAM PHANE, Beeorder. j JOIIH CHUMBLKV, AfarsAat. if Martiala W. II. Wilkinson, A. 1. Toekw, 1 Jml A. Ptaole. fleru of the iarit JoliuCbombIty,.o(fIcio,8rrt; l. L. Ryan, Second ; and John Roddick, third. Tui itMCTnor WlHItn Driver. Jimnw Collector K. B. Pbankland. Wafer T.i CbItorK. B. Garrott rVaurr H. flf-nry. ' - ! Wharf Hotter Thomas Tske. fiHTiten.Unt of (Am rPorsAouss J. Q. Dodd. j?tHitfidii o thi Water Worfo James WjrU. iOhuf of the Fir Department 3uhn M. Soabury. tlem of the CeneterfT. H. MoDrids. ' BtreH Orerneer J. L. Btewarl. 104, .Uor Jolia Me.PhaU Smith. CITY COUNCIL. Board r .Alderm -M. M. Brlen, President ) J. I. swman, Q. A. J. May Hold , H.O. fVorel, Wm. 8. Cheat, k, J. C. Bmlth, M. . L. Claiborne, and Jas. Robb. 'UxornAH CoHnoil W. P. Jones, President William .eru, T. J. Yarbrnugh, Wm. Driver, Wm. IJUjwart...

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. — 9 December 1862

For Treodoia and Nationality H. t:. CIKIH'KH, Editor. TUESDAY MOUSING. DCC. 0, 18M. Congressional Elections. will be Been by reference (o another , column of this day's paper that the Got ernor lea Issued a Proclamation, order ingan election to be held on the 20 1 inst. in the Oth and 0th Concessions Districts. This move, we understand originated with the people of thrse Pis tricts, and we suppose they hare pre pared the machinery, by a proper organ ization of the respective counties, to car rr the same into effect. The clause of tfas Proclamation, that the Judges shall '.be loyal men, and that they will permit none but loyal men to vote, is eminently just and proper, otherwise the enemies cf the Government could reduce the whole thing to a political farce, and control, in a degree, a Government to which they acknowldge no loyalty, and regard as their chicfest foe, and the ends and aims of such would be, to do whatever damage and evil could be done, in an election otherwise conducte...

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. — 9 December 1862

'gjtostotlte Jituion. T I J. It M 8 J DaiLT I'm), par ttinin'.,i...,.i. ,.'..ti 00 " " week 20. Tm-Wckklv Tioi, per iins. '. $Z 00 Weksi.T ITxina, per annum 1 2 00 TUESDAY MORNING, PEC. 18G2. 7, II. Erfrwn, Esq. -.We Lave been permitted to read a let ? tram. Judge Saml. Galloway, special oniDdiitloner at Camp Chase, Olio, ad uS"flBd to fereral gentlemen of tLiacitj, in which our lowneman, W. M. Beowjt, Esq., it mentioned in the moit letter ing terms. It will be remembered that Mr. Bbows tendered Lie acrvicca to bear 1L. - - I - t r - vuo imiciat papers iroin uovcrnor uonsBoa to the authorities at Camp Chase for the release of the Tennessee prisoners ; and it was his demeanor while at Columbus in attendance at the Commissioner's Court, that has elicited remark from au thority so high. Ware truly glad to know that he has made his mark among strangers. At home, his kind and oblig 'og disposition, and bis promptness and efficiency in whatever he undertakes, has won for him universal reg...

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. — 9 December 1862

gTnstHJillc HUM. ' For Freedom and Nationality. ft. C. MKIMTII, t dltar. wmmmmmmmmKmmm.mmmmMmwmBmmmmmmHmBmmmm To Our Subscribers, j We find after a few months experience that it is impuBible to collect the 8-jo all amount duo tis for the Piilj la the city, with the rngnlarily that should f.ttend that department, without more tine and attention than we run well aflorfi to be llow upon it. lathe future w will be governed by the cash in pdvanen princi ple, and by that "vigorous policy" hope ' it-render profitable, that whic'a up to the resent time has been a burden. From liis date no paper will be delivered this office unless paid for in advance. When the time paid for expires, the paper will bo discontinued, unless renewed in ijrne. to prevent it. Oitt; Agent cannot afford to call on any orie three or four times for the paltry supi of twenty rents, and then perhaps not f,etit. All subscrib ers in arrears will pleaso pay the route agent on application. , A JIooei. WiFB.Thb wife of one ...

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. — 10 December 1862

i r I i : i-t v r ' ' ' ' ' 1 ? 5 , i r r t. :ol i. '. ' : . ' NASHVILLE,-' i TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1862. . '1 NO 207 I '. ! J CITY GOVERNMENT. JOHN RtTOH PMITII, ,fyer. WIMjA.1I KTI AN'E, Bartrimr. ' . '. JOHS CHCMBLIT, ifatAat DIy ifrot W, H. Wlfltlnson, A. . Tucker 1 James A. Hte-le. . , r 3Ieri tie Jfirti John t1iumbley,a-0Wo, first; i. L. Ryan, second j ml John Beddlck, third. T tor Willlm Prlvor. . , ., A. B It ttitt"4 Oolltor A. B. Rrmnkland. ' 1 ' - it a'-r j oj) uouecxor-a. jj uarrmt Treawrer R. Henry. 'fkarf Mcutor Thomas Leake. -. ' : . . -v - I ,' SupminUmdad of tkt Waltr Work James Wytt. ' CTn'V" 0 fr D'partnuul John M. Beaburr. I I . of rt Owtwy T. H. McBrtde. ; f FrM Overfwr J. L. Ptewari. I Hy iUtorney John McPuall Smith. ' ' ' : - , - J Board of Aldsrmm'X . M.' Brlen, Pronldent ; J. I r ewmn, 0. A. J. May Hold, H.O. Scorel.Wm. 8. ChoaV. Lm j. c, Hmlih, M. 0. L. Clulbnrna, and Joa. Bobb. tfcmmon Owttcrt W. P. Jonea, Prealdant J William i, berU, T. i. Yar...

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. — 10 December 1862

For Freedom and .Nationality. " : 8. . iriEUCEH, Editor. JVKDNIvjUAY MORNING. DEC. 10. M2. :i f.v ' Mediation. -. ,... : r "VNo'greater'rnlsfortune could befall the American people, North and South, than an 'Actual, or an attempt at, interference in American affairs ' by any, or all the great Towers of Europe. Hating learned early the danger of foreign alliances and entaglernente, and to avoid such, has be come one of our national maxims for po litical safety ; and having adopted this rule of action for the government of onr own national affairs and interests, it has become, in the mind of the American people, political virtue, and intcrnation 1 law, that should be practised by all nation?, and there should be no infringe ment of it, except under the compulsion tf the highest laws of national safely. Having acted upon this principle in the past, with a republican form of govern ment, and democratic institutions, of "which our people are excessively jealous end watchful, and which, i...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 10 December 1862

tr t s 1 ft o I 4i fn to '4 'm oj !N dasiiviHc -'Union-' - """TKIl MS: Dailt Lai", fr annual, 3 00 ' " ; .-.-If 1 " WH'k, r 20 , Tm-Vf rmi.r Vrion, per annoou.,,,... ..W oo., Wrrfctr Union, per nira.... . f 3 00 WEDNESDAY ftKHiSIN'tt. bE0.K)f 18G2. We are indebted to tho accommodating Agent of Adama Express Company for late papers. f To Wk. Colmeb, o tlie New Depot, No, 22)Chcrrj Street, we a.ie indebted for late papers. Head thei advertisement of Dr.' Wood, and !bo of Dr. Moncuir, Dentat Sur geons, tinder the head of "New Adver tisements," in this rnorning'g Union. See the advertisement of Messrs. Inobium, Bwift & Co., in to-day's - Uhioit, for cotton rags, old rope, gunnies, Hemp, and damagod cotton. . Fbesh 40ysti18. Messrs. Calan & Fitsfield have just received another lot of fresh Oysters bj express from Louis ville. ' Call early, if you wish to get a good article. Tom Beimt, conductor on the Louis ville and Nashville Railroad, brought the train through from Louisville l...

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. — 10 December 1862

IJaslnjille um. For Freedom and Nationality, n. c. mimci'it, F.4itr. Father, I cull on thee 1 Hound me the cannon It thick sineke In pouring ; Jtound me, slmrp II 'abing, tlin volley Ii roaring ; Kulur of baitU's, I rail on thee I I'ail.rr, oh gniilo thsu m! Father, ob guide thou me I , (in Id 11 ms to trlntoli, to death do Hum guids m ; Lord, I RkoowU-iiK" i stand tli"u b"?l 1 me; , Lord, as tlion will at, o golie thou mo I , tiod, I cckiiowlei'.ge ttiee I Ood, I scVoowledee thee 1 Wliou brpews through dry leaves lu autumn arc siglilnx, When riee tha battle's drn'l storm o'er the dying j KouDUtlii of pootlnnsa, 1 liow to thee I Kiitlier, oil blna thou mn I Father, oh Mom thou, me ! ' Thin l mv life to t ! y- hand I conimeu I It ; Thy favor bestowed It; tliy power can cud It j XU"u, In living or (lying, ble'e thou me I , Fall., r, all pi alio to this ! , , . V i ,. i .: Father, all prnl to the I Not cow f r earth's viiin goods contend we ; Our IioII.kI i lirliM with our swords ilei'...

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