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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 17 December 1862

i - r i j , 1U y OL i. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1802. NO 213 HASMYi rai(Q)K 40 ho1 b. b. comroii & buo., I ! - - ' ' 4 NO. OOUJtfJI STRICT. Neva- Mwite. Joat received and for Ml low t close out Consignment, 200 tlbls. Melt, for Mia by pa CONNOR k BRO. la 100 boxte SALT, tut aula by CONNOR 4 BilO. Colli Btfl E, for u!o bv CONNOR k BRO. bl. Coal oil., lor sals by ap a CONNOR ft BRO. ?1 f half bbls. Coal on,, Tor rale by jlVap CONNOR BRO. 1150 dozen BltoOilS.for sale by aj 8 X)NNOR 4 B'lO. 50 tnxi lor sals by P CONNOR 4 BRO. boxc Si AKOH, fur sale, by CONNOR 4 BRO. 12 cheats TEA, Uir aalo by apt . . . ' , , i CONNOR 4 BRO I? 12 balf attests TEA, Tut aalo bj ap8 . CONNOR 4 BRO. cadk-a TWA., for aala by ap CONNOR BRO. I f box Yut P0WDR.R3.for sale by apt CONNOR 4 BRO. 2 Q casks 80UA, for aala by CONNOR 4 BRO. lOO grow HATCH WJ, for aala by . . apa . -a CONNOR 4 BRO. O boe Star CANDLES, lor aala by AO ap. CONNOR 4 BRO Pj bota COKr'KK, for aala by CONNOR 4 CO. 14 b...

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 December 1862

- ( ... i For Freedom and Nationality; K. :. MI.IK MI, Kdltor. WEDNESDAY MORNING. DF0. 17, Wi. r .Apolooktio. Any -deficiency in Uw ap this usoriildg, must lo attributed 1o the continued Editor. $ y,, if, " . indisposition of tho f j, ii,.; The News. . i VWoiiavo Ixrn kindly furnished Ui'e . following, Jtemspf interest, from ourc -of undoubted veracity bnd reliability: i j Jeff. Davis revk-wed the Confederate fore 8 at MurfrteBiKiro' on Saturday last, nd left on the evening-of tho aanic day for Mobile, with the intention of visiting; 1b airny of the MiesiBiipni. i ;. Jotin Mwoav, wm promoted to the 'rank of Brigadier Goneral last Sunday, 'nd married Sunday night by General 'lialiop riii.tr, to Miss Alice, daughter of . Hon.CMAa. Ueaijy, of Murfreesboro'. i ( ' i i There tr as some' skirmishing in front 'id-day toith a detachment of General JfEQLfVs division, a few shell were ; thrown in among the boys, but nobody - Lurt. There was no developments along theline to-day, but everything...

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 December 1862

fi -A i ' Hi ll aKaisliuillcvStntdK. t F; It Jl 8 : ' DaiLT fair., per 'snem ft 09 ' ' :" " ,'; so" ti-frmr t'Kio, per annum , ..18 00 WsiIL L'HIOK, MT UDUB ti 00 WEDNK3DAY MORNING, DFX:. 17, 1802. 'We republish, ihlt ' morninp, on our Crt page, General Order No. 23, for the benefit of our rrtpr chant, M ruanj wish to are it, and our first edition containing It Lsfl been exhausted. TlIK Ct'M DF.IiLAHD IllVER. The COpi- ous rain that drenched this locality Monday, and Monday night last, has produced tj visible change in the stage of thfLrfver. A email rise would be a n(jp'great relief to us at present. "We need coal, and a thousand otherj necessities that we cannot get until the Cumberland it navigable. We long to see tho banks full, and Heels of boats, laden with mer chandise of every description, come sail ing into poit. Everything is rising here except the river. Tub Weather. The four seasons have been pretty well represented here in the last thiee or four days. . At present, hot ...

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 December 1862

t .- . . ' for Freedom and Nationality. ft. c. mimcEic, KdKr. To Oar Subscribers. We find fler few months experience tliat it is impossible to collect (he small mount due us for the Daily in (hi city, -with the ragnlarity that should attend that department, without more time and attention than wo can well afford to he tow upon it. In the future we will be governed hy the cash in advance princi ple, and by that "vigorous policy" hope to render profitable, that which up to the present time has been a burden. From this date no paper will be delivered from (his oflko unless j aid for in advance. When the time paid forcxpjrc, the paper will be discontinued, unless renewed In time to prevent it. Our Agent cannot afford to call on any one three or four times for the paltry sum of twenty cents, nd then perhaps not get it. All subscrib ers in arrears will please pay the route agml ,fn npplicatiwn. Proclamation of the Oovernor. Wuekkas, The Slate of Tennessee is now, and hns been, without a f...

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 December 1862

ill - -r - - i i' mi miiii oJ'l liammxmwmnrmmmmvrmmfnmmBmmammmmmmmvmmrim m wwiiiiininin uw mm mmmmtmmmmmmmmmttm UJ: : . r- , , : 5- i i. i i l r. ' NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 18G2. NO 214 i)L I. ; ' ::;v.; ! ST : a u. coinroa & eeo.,' no. ft collkg gTRErr, Just received and for mU to close oat Consignments, DO Bbls. Halt, fur sal by p CONNOR k BRO. tiuxnw HALT, for sale by CON NOB fc BRO. X) Coil Eiil'S, fur sale bf sp 8 CONNOR A FRO. a bis. Co4 01!.., lor wis by CONNOR & BRO. half bbU. p 9 Coil OIL, for life by CONNOR BRO. OJo.vn imoous.for sals by sp 8 CONN OR A HiiO. box &MP. fur Ml hr f. pb CONNOR BRO. bon htrtkva, lor sal bjr CONNOR A BRO.- ) chests TO, fur tmle by I 6 p 8 . t ' ". CONNOR A BRO If) half chests TEA, for sale by r6 iit CONNOR BRO t") oulic TKA, (or I il by P CONNOR A BRO. boics Yeast roWDLRS, for Ml br p8 CONNoRABRO. Oencki HO DA, fur aula by ap8 .. y v. p CONNOR A BRO. gross MATUik-S, fur Bale by Bp bOMAUtt a BUM. 25 boe Ulsr CANDLE...

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 December 1862

gastortUc "itmon. Tot Freedom tni Nationality. C. ITIKIICKII, Editor. TUORSLUY MORNING. DFC. 18. J8C2 The ContastTho' Crisis. It a upf lcFH (oalfompt to dicguisc the Icirible cuitest now raging in this coun . iry. It become the duty of evtrjr pa triot to let before lis country the great question (Lat the Land of history is carting in the undecajing jiionumcnts of time. -The vast concourse of armies with Iheiralincst infinite details ,i but tlie rgsn for the uttering of one sentiment , That sentiment must be truiy sublime in . morals. How should so much grandeur be used to utter a common truth. The word spoken by the aimies now in the field will hare a new import. It may lake years to accomplish the result. Great thonghtsgrow slowly and are born in terriblo agony. In the beginning we IhouKht we loved freedom. Wo had but . faint idt-a of the import of the term We lovd butlittln 1Kb irinr.irilyr it was independence of restraint that was mis tsken, for freedom, We loved the material sot...

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 December 1862

3 4 ! 1 ; glnIitiUc , fit utou. V.'. .t. hums': , " .. Batlf Cmo, per aimnm $ 09 ' ' -Week.. 20 T!-T(tF.iti.r t'Kroa, per entitim..... P 00 , WrtT Uxiok, per annum..... '.. fJ 00 ' TI1URSDAT M0RNIJi3, PEfl. 18, 1862. If Mr. W. If. II. AlUicu will call at Ihb'ciTicc, hj satnetblnjf to Lis interest. '- - Tbe body of tbo late Wit. II. Polk, -". 9 sent thia morning through ocr lines untft.r a flag of truce to his late residence at Columbia, Tennessee. Tbe Calbolio cburch at Brighton, Mass., was desJojed bjr fire last Sunday, , Ex-Governor llKEHKn,of IYnn., declines to be a candidato for U. S. Senator. David II. Moffatt, jr., has been ap pointed Adjutant-General of tbe territory of Colorado. Printing paper, which (told in New York a year ago for eight cents per pound, is now bringing 20 cents per pound. The price of the St. Louis Democrat has been raised to 20 cents per week, or $10 IlEnuAN ZuRLiriK, of Pennsylvania, has been nominated to the Senate as Con sul to Martinique Lord Palmkrst...

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 December 1862

For Frsedoia and Nationality.. To Our Subicriberi. "Vli find aftr a few monlha experience t&at iti Imposiiulo to collect the am all aiaot due us for the Dailj in the city, will) the ragularitj that thould attend that department, without more time and Mention than we can Well afford to be- tr upon iU In the future we will he (twrued bj the' cash in advance princi jy, and hy that "vigorous policy" hope torandcr profitable, that which up to the freecnt time has been a burden. From this da'o no paper will be delivered frortt thla ofllce unless j-.ail or in advance. W)acntho time paid for expires, the paper will be discontinued, unless renewed in lime to prevent it. Our Agent cannot afford to call on any one three or four times for the paltry sum of twenty cents, aid then perhaps not get it. All subscrib ers in arrears will please pay the rottle mjmt ou applicative Proclamation of the Governor. "Whereas, The State of Tennessee, is mow, and has been, without a full repre sentation in ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 19 December 1862

J7 .1 jliii.iLd t'.V WOLI. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1802. NO 215 , -l .TT A' tCI TTTTT i ' - . ' HI) .--iL IE ! w iio B. B. CONNOIt & BRO., CO.tl5IIWI0.1 fflEHCIIANT, NO. COIJ.KUB BTRIET w KtM jart recrfTed and for aale lovr to e1o ont ConJjoiuat, 200 Bid, halt, for aals y CONNOR k BRO. H J) boi I'-AL'f, lor ei by CONNOR BRO. Coil fi.)rE, for aule by connor a nno. bbi coi oil, lor by p I CONNOR k BRO. half bbl. Coal OIL, fur wla by apt . CoNNOR A BRO. Ltfjoas.fur mo by - CONNOR BRO. r boxi SOAP, tor te by CONNOR A BUO. 50 boko HTARCI1, for lei by ap S CONNOR A BRO. f) cheat TEA, for Ml by W,: p8 CONNOR A BRO 1 hair choeee TEA, for Ml by I Bp S CONNOR A BRO. () cadiee TKA, for ial by P CONNOR A BRO. o boe Yeut POWOk.Ra.for .ale br p CONNOR A BRO. 20 cask HODA, for Ie by P S CONNOR A BRO. too grot MATCHES, lor tale by pB CONNOR A BRO, 25 25 boie 8lr CANDLES, for le by ap 8 CONNOR A BRO fv boin COH KK, for title by p 8 CONNOR A CO. 14 bl.lH. V1NKUAK, f lal by CONN...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 19 December 1862

CD For Freedom and Hatioiiality'. p. v. piicncr.it, i:ditor. nwmiin I- v' Vriday mousing, dec. id. 18: Tho Nation. Tha loyal tnen of thi land hope t(ir 'TUUorialitYJ ller love, lorc, nu iiftin ' for thi piindplc. They exprct to fee yctTle tlie minds of tbo' whole people lU.lavecf lav, progrcHS, and constitu frredom. They are fiow alms- glicg for unity opauiFt;deBinfrgral!on ; for l.w .r,.h,st anarchy: for consuumonai freedom acaiost passionate violence. It la ir, ri'.rtl of the higli t imperatives cftbeaoul agaiDsttho lowest mipule8 0f ' ion. ' It ia dignity and worthiness itiatFueculation and calculation. t m inn UIO VI m TT--I" Blrugglins f'r preservation. It is the action of a nation'- mind leaping .forth for its existence. Iu the present it.. lK4iliAAnAn ikt tivrfnrn 'if ' thirty millions of people are seeking preservation. In view, then, of the. rno- , tnentous imuorlancc of the prize at stake, it cannot oat eiUist tne wnoie lojut pur of the people. Under the circumstan ces it ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 19 December 1862

3 h ai n u .til If tn't HI'IHUI illei.aMBaaaeaWaaaawWaeBaWWBaga ' ... , ,., ' T K llMHl ,. ' ,.. IMI.T I'ttinK, por Milium,'. j.,,i ., ' .,.. .$ M wcik so ' Tm-Wmkii TJnio, pr Htir.nm.. ,,.. IS 'H) VtRKLV I'MinN, prr annum.. ... f'i 00 rstaaargwraaawiiani wimiiaOT.imi imm rniDAT mountng; ieo, 13, isc2. f If Mr. W. H. II. Airmen will call at (.bis office, he will learn Bomcthlng; to hit interest. ; Vre call the attention of our reader lo the article on the first page of (o-daj'a paper, headed "The Capture of Freder icksburg." , It is from the pen of Iho New York Herald's special Armj corres pondent, and will amply repay ever one fur a cartful perusal, r- To Ti i r -The old fogy f system of getting in a stock of goods, and silting down in your store, and wait ing for applications for them, has become obsoleie. The only sure principle upoa Jf which to conduct business properly, la it keep it conspicuously before the pub lie. ? There are at present, no doubt, hundreds of dollar! worth o...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 19 December 1862

OOSTINCED FBOM FIBI.T FAQ I. 7b dangerous pgsge of (h troops and thlr auccenaea on the f&t of North Carolina are still fresh in the memory of I1 oar r?adfr. For his fjlorious victory at Eoanoke Island, he wai mado a Major Oeneral of Yolunlecrs, and ir testimony f his scrriccs on th&' occasion, the State of Ilhode Island presented him with a Tory handsome and valuable word. The capture of Fort;Maroo, and other points along the coast of North Carolina are also accredited to the skill of General Burn ul do in carrying out General McCk-Han's p'.n. IJaTinj; to a jrrtat extent restored that part of the United Ktates to pece, (luneral Durneide was transferred to the Aimy of the Totomac an commander of tlio Ninth army corps. With General McClellan's troop he was further transferred to aid the forces in front of the capital, and was engaged during part of the various contests in that region. He next served in Maryland, and distinguished himself at Antic-tarn When General McClellan ag...

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. — 20 December 1862

JLiibJiDd- H 1 t 1 ' '(111 " . . kasid NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1802." NO 21G I 5 n '1 or. Wil A Dei Vs V f4 ally lie Af Si, Jii .tilt T Ii if ;l. 1 i3. B. CONNOE, j BEO:, j co.'i.njwjos rkiiciiant'i, w KtttcSc Joat received an 4 ror unit low to clot eul Coiisl(uaaent 00 bm. Fait, tor taia by CONNOR k BRO. t boxes SALT, for ntua by JV ap8 CONNOR k BRO. O Colli ROPE, for tale by , P 8 CONNOR A Bl:0. 0 bbls. Coal OIL, lor suit) by aul CONNOR BRO. half bbli. Coal OIL, fur sale by p 8 CONNOR A BRO. 50 doten URGCs!ri,fur uw by ap 8 CONNOR A BHO. Oboxea s6AP, for sal by P 8 CONNOR BRO. Oboxos STARCH, for tale by ' p . . - OO.VUOR ERO. 12 ' , I! n I !. cbosts TtA, tor Ml by ap 8 CONNOR BRO O half cbefiU TEA, for sal by CONNOR BRO. Ifluliea Th-A, (or ul by ap 8 i CONNOR BRO. Oboxei Yaait POWDfc.R3.for fals by apt CONNOR BRO. l( ttOl'A, for aula by SW apt CONNOR k BRO. f( fo UATCUKS, fortala by .UU apt . CONNOR A BRO. j X bosea Hlar CANDLES. ror sale by JO ai8 CONNOR k BR...

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. — 20 December 1862

WW V. 4 w -e 4 h For Freedom and nationality; . i. PIKHCKH, I'.dltor. SATURDAY MORNING. DEO. 20, M2 After an unwonted separation from our rederl a separation which has been to tbcm, through the assistance of kind and able friends, a pleasant variety and di version; tut, to ourselves, a if elusion measured by days of pain and nights without repose, we again resume our labors. Since we last wrdte, a great tattle baa been , fought, the details of which are published in to-day's paper. Our soldiers fought gloriously, but with less auccess than we fervently desired. The rebels die bard in Virginia. The monster is ll.er at bay, and seems to feel that defeat is certain ruin. Shall we de spond, then, because a great victory has notbtenwon? Never! As reasonably might we despair of ever seeing the sun Bhice again, when cjouds have hidden bis presence for a moment. To crook and grumble is neither pleasant nor profitable Let us all gird on our armor, Crmty re vived to devote all that we have, 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. — 20 December 1862

hive" i u i j t T K It M H t ' Bailt Union, per tinaio ? tl M " " wk 20 Tai-WiRRLY Van, per annam. M 00 Wimt Union, per MDiim $2 00 SATURDAY HORNING, DEO. 20, 18G2 . If Mr. W. II. II. ALmucn will call at Jhia office, he will learn something to hit 'jnterest. Theatre. The attendance at this pqpular place of public amuiement last night was ery large. " The Midnight Watch" a one -act, tragico-comico-farci-co-ai infinitum a "blood-and-thunder" story of the French Revolution, with neither "rhyme nor reason," was' the beginning of the programme. Ia the first place, the piece was badly written ; but the performance was most abomina ble. We may be in error in our hasty conclusions ; but if so, we are not alto gether to blame, for the continual talking tyat was kept up during the performance, prevented us from hearing much that was going on upon the stage. At one time we thought tho entire audience were cast iu the piece, and borrowed a pro Lqramme, when, much to our surprise, we 1 tounnd th...

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. — 20 December 1862

The Bombardment of Frederiekes burgby the Eebels. Fredrrickibarg baying been shelled, thd rebel driven out, and occupied bj our force, wits tuhjected to ft second bombardment bj the rebels on tlio 12th iost. The- correspondent of (he New York Timet writes, "Guv, Humner's corpB, the Riht Grand Division, were ncroM, and occu pied the town ; ono division look ops eesion the ('i't niht and tho remainder of the column p-;-! across the upper bridges in (lie morning. They filled the whole length of Caroline or Main street to tho lines of the Kailfo.vl, and hjr de grees extended Ihcir front to Commerce Btieet and the plreets running tip from the rmr, until tlio body of the town was filled up. . They remained under cover of the homes, ihe strcvU ruiininr nearly north and aoulb, h(in? parallel to the line of tho eiieiiiieb' baltuk'S behind tho town. ' Tho enemy's pickets ptuhhoinly occu pied the outt-kirt of the town, and a fu eilade Ixitwcen them and our own ad yanco p'ukits was kept up timi...

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. — 21 December 1862

T f FT TO ION I1 - VOL L NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1802. NO 217 r j, N ASM VI ' - ' - ' 1 ' ' I I , , , -,';! 1 ' t 1 1. , i B. B. CONNOR & BRO., NO. I COLLEGB 8TRKET Now fctoH JumC received and for , . low to cloae out Oiialgntueuia, 200 Bl'1,filt',ur bjr CONNOR ft DRO. JQfJ bos SALT, fur sale by CONN'OR BRO. 50 Cot;R'y'',! ft "!' - CONNOR 4 BRO. .'31) bb!f . CoeJ (41,, lor sale by p e OOTOOR nRo. half bbla. Coal Oil,, for Sale by ,iu ap - connor nno. . 150 doion BROOMS, fur 'Ho by ap 8 UNNOK E1K0. do bvxns SUAl', (ur sale by ap S COXNOR BItO. 50 boxiw STAKC1I, for salo by ap CONNOR & ERO. 1 () clioata TEA, fur lale by 16 ap 8 CONNOR BRO it) half cheats TEA, for salo by 1 apB CONNOR A BRO 1 1 () cail Id TKA, for MIC by 14 ap CONNOR BRO. ' bourn Veaatl'0WIKK3,ror tale br 1W p CONNOR A BRO. 2Q disks BOHA, fur sale by CONNOR A BRO. 100 frost MATCHES, fur sale by p 8 CONNOR A BRO. Of boxfl BUr CANDLES. fbriale by 4,0 p 8 CONNOR A BRO 1 np. boiet CoKf LK, for la...

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. — 21 December 1862

7ct Freedom and Nationality V. . PIEUCElt, Editor. SUNLUt HORNING, DEO. 21. 18C2. Aisessments and Confiscations, i. While the courU of tie Itebel Govern ment, like filthy hsrpicB, arc seizing upon d confiscating ttfe property of the loyal citizen, of East Tennessee, for the bene fit of Hie members of the rebel dynasty t Iiichmond, Governor Johnrom and General Butvek, like "minitering spir it" of heaven are relieving the iuflVrings of the poor, by imposing assessments upon wealthy rebels. We are told that eome of these fcecessionists feel exceed ingly aggrieved, and complain that they re treated with tyranny in being forced to give bread and clothing to the widows md orphans of Confederate soldiers, whose murderers they are in the sight of God. Doubtless it is painful for some of these assessed individuals to be reminded : by the charity tax-gatherer, that they are the authors of the distress and wreicueuiicB tt uivii " j "of our unhappy fellow-citizens; but then they should reflect ...

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. — 21 December 1862

1 Pailt Uhiob, per annr.sn M ... wk 'A. ...... to Tkl-WtKELT Vhi, per snnam...... W 00 Viiili CaioK, per annum..... , .... ... $2 00 SUKDAY MORNINO, REO. 21,;i802. If Mr. W. II. Aldricti will call t Ihii ofllcc, lie will learn something to bit Interpflt. ' Job Wobk and Military Blanks. We refer onr readers to our Ad;ertieemeit on the fourth page. Thej will find it ,io their interest to call on as. FiRK.r-A fire broke oat last night, at ' about o'clock, on Union street, near Market. The engines were promptly on the ground, and the flames were extin guished before any considerable amount of damage iras done. To tub Ladies. We, are informed that the Military Police of this city have adopted a rule to examine all females passing through the lines, who may be suspected of carrying contraband goods, letters, &c. The practice has become so common,, that they have deemed it abso lutely necessary to adopt this course. We understand some cases of tho above character transpired yesterday, ...

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. — 21 December 1862

esi sjMMassBaaaasassasaasBawsssaaaassssassasssssaswssasi for freedom and Nationality, s. v. BiEitcEii, r.aift. To Our Bnbscriberi. W find ftcr few months experience that it is irapossiblp to . collect the iroaU amount due as for the Daily in the city, with the regularity that should attend that department, without more time and attention than we can well afTord to be stow upon it. In the future we will be gorerned by the cash in advance princi ple, and by that "vigoron policy" hope to render profitable, that which up to the present time has been a burden. From this date no paper will be delirered from ilio nfllce unlosq j;ai,l for in advance. When the lime paid for expires, the paper will bo discontinued, unless renewed in .irae to prevent it. Our Agent cannot afford tQjCall on any one three or four limes for tho paltry sum of twenty cents, indthen perhaps not get it. All snivterib rs in arrears will please pay the route agent, on Application. A Smart Officer. About six years ago th...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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