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

i f in ' ' A4-'-.rtJ r -wr -wy -ti-wvaFvy fr m u nr ywv,:)i -,-. fr, .,,. v ,.- ;--- f rv "MM ,"! , - 1 ... . ' l). .1- fi - ii i r-it ' 1 ,:( i :rn A TT TT TCT TT"T 7T 'T H vTX ATT . - ( x 1 , i I o nasiiville; Tennessee, Tuesday, December ,23, 1802: VOL I. NO 218 t . ; v' ii 10 12 1.. , B. B. CONNOR & BRO. t;o.n9iiNiun inisucnAmTs, NO. COIJ.EOI BTRIKT Now Mock Jo at received and for aa.le low to elo eat Jonlg;tnnt, i 200 BliK. KH, for aale by ap s Connor bro. jjj aoitea bALT, (or sate by, CONNOR k BRO. P.f Colli ROl'E, for Mia by l)U ap8 . CONNOR BRO. 40 I)b!. OIL, (or tale by Bp 8 CONNOR Jr. TIRO. hot Hl.lg. tMUHi, fur aaitr 8 CONNOR A BKO. 150 down BHOOMrf.fi.r sale by np I CONNOR A BRO. 50 boxes S40AP, (or sale by . up 8 - CONNOR A BRO. K'Vbox BTARUU, for aUi by .t OVJ apB CONNOR A IJiiO. I f) cboBUiTEA, for aale by 1W p , CONNOR A BUO balf obeaU TEA, Tor aala by ap 8 - CONNOR A BRO 1 1) cadiea TEA, for by CONNOR A BRO. 1 boxoa Yaaat JOWIiM,lor aale ar J apa CONNOB A BRO. 2...

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 December 1862

1, : ' 1 i 1. i i ili 9 v 4 l.h for Treedom and Nationality . C. WKUCEIt, Editor. TUESDAY MOKN1NG. DEC, 23. 182. Can we Buy Peace by Selling cur . . , . , Country T, ... , j A patriotif told that he'conid escape ,r , the evils of a war, by surrendering to t .e 7;.' enemy a poruou ui m 1 ' . a . . . T a, a n i I t V Wlllll II 1 not ask himself whether such a surrenutr 'could, but whether lie wonld inq May I sell my bi a rn 11 n p 11 iibitiuiibui " " " " - i i ... . t ! 1.. 1 Turchasedattheexpensooiiusuu. , - Icteirritv. and the Welfare of his cnn r 1 dicn. No nation ever voluntarily yielded .4 ..,r.K lPirflation. Tho bloodiest V r' bsttles which have ever been fought have been fought in defence of nalional boundaries ' J'.ut let us sink the question ftfid look only at that of intercs nection with the present cm Rk whether it be possible to b by bartering away our territory. Can we then, by diminifehing our Union and cutting looso from its jurisdiction the immense area of hill and val...

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 December 1862

I: ) i a ' ' " THUMB:'' y I!IY tjniow, prnom'.,li..ir.. fa. 00 ' vk...r..:.........:.' 20 Ti-Wmi,t Caio,pr annnm 4 no Wf.lt Umon.pfr mnnm..... ,..$!! 00 .TUESDAY MOKMNO, DEO. 23, 18G2. We hT no military news this morn 1 Jc in tLig icinity. An immenge for. .(I P-r went out on the CharlotU i ' Dike Testerdar. bat twliova m.t itk no enemy, vThe Baltimore correspondent of (he New York roil, says thai that sterling, and living patriot, Got. Hicks, of Mary, land, recently taid that "ho was now convinced there never would be any peace for this country until Slavery was abol- ished throughout the land, and to this end he aupported President Lincoln's proclamation- anft piau of ooroponeated emancipation heart and hand." w Intelligent Unionists who are brought Mo., who has been confined in the Gra face to face with slavery, that arch-ini.mrtiot prison, St. Louis, was released of the Union, and observe the vitality last adopting the opinion of the Mary- land patriot. Day by day we hear of the ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 23 December 1862

For Freedom and Nctionnlity. , ft. c. irinuci:w, r.iitr. To Our Subscriber!. , We find after few month experience that it ia impossible to collect tho imall mount tine us for the Dailj in the cif jr, with tbe rugularit j that should attend that department, without more time and attention than we can well affovd to be , stow upon it. Ia the future ' we will le governed by tho cosh in advance princi ple, and by that "Timorous 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 this office unless :aid for in advance. When the time paid for expires, thepaprr wiU bo discontinued, unions rciewed in 4,ime 1e ir vent if. Ou Agent cannot olTord to call on any. one three or four Sdics for tho paltry sum of twenty cents, md then perhaps not petit. All subscribe jrs'io arrenia will please' pay the route fyeni on application. v ; A "Congo" Bank . An old broker, who is writing a series of sketches' in the Huston ...

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. — 24 December 1862

J r i J .) . AW I i' i- u (v1 ""T"i jjrrv" J- i-.ii't i .MS 7 p -y i 1 ". ..J .': i- 'i i 'I' ) , : ' i NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, iWEDNESKAY, DECEMBER 2-1, 1802. NO 219 ' m- .... I- -' M v a. V b: b. coiiiioe & beo., conmsnioTt jtiekciiakt!-, NO. S OOLLKUS BTHEKT pfw Stocli jaat rsclvel am fr .! low to -loe out CoiiltcnmutB, 00 Bbls. Halt(for'iiale by ( ap I . t. c CON'NOR 4 BRO. Ihi .4L?, 'or eala by ap ... CON NOR A BRO. ''jQJ CuilaROl'K, for sale by CON NOR A BRO. Q bbls.Coal OILtor sale by CONNOR k BRO. '10 half bbls. Coal OIL, for sale by ap 8 CONNOR A BRO. ilur.cn m'.OOMi.fur side by up 8 CONNOR BRO. ! 50 boxes SOAP, fur sale by p 8 CONNOR DRO. boift blAKCU, for lo by CONNOR BKO. 1 1) obontiTtA, fur lute by i YiCt p CONNOR A BRO 12 half cheaU TEA, fur aala u ap CONNOR k BRO 1 O cadica TKA, fur ll by ap 8 CONNOR k BRO. t "V boic-a Yeaat POWDEJt3,ror aale by 1U apS CONNOR k BRO. tTf oaBki SODA, for aale by r4J apt - ' CON'NOR BRO. IOC) grora llAlCUHd, for aale by p 8 . . CONNOR ...

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. — 24 December 1862

for Freedom and Nationality., 8. C. IrtEIICTJl, KdUor. ' WEDNESDAY MORNING, DKC. 24, 1K02 The deluded votaries of secession end iosumction, who caci wij the great . trfapen of (Umocracy, .tho ballot bix, .And took, tip the wea,on of Ijranlp, tho word, arc vnow, groRDirg mi dor r . r .M 1. 4 every jorm vi tvns mui-ii van nau people. KedrJced , to tlie,very drpUrsof destitution, tbey riow find themselves not ,nnl rui.r I 111 (.lllpi lit 1rulr rfl-RIloilC J t . government. The people who used, to complain of Northern interference, now find that their new wasters intetfere of- ilciouBly in their most private affairs, 'commanding what crops they shall sow, nd at what prices they shall sell them, and limiting the quantity of meat and Bait that private citizens shall keep in their bouses! Thi9 is not merely suf- : firing, it is hnmiliation, not the less evert, from the consciousness that it ib . richly merited. The rebels have not yet travelled far enough into the valley of ' humiliation w...

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. — 24 December 1862

ft ft T K UJIIHS it v " ' ' ' , . . s ?, . , tin,ni tio)i, po' rmuirij...... ...... h TBi-Wr.r.p. Ciion,x-r annum., i. Vimit I'kkik, pr annum ... .15 00 .$3 00 W DNESbAf MORNING. DEO. 24, 1851 Tub Kiter1--Tii ai low as ereror near j o, whatever changa may haro tikea place from the late raiun,' we know that His yet unnavlgable for Boats of the lightest draught; at present there ii about eleven iochca on the shoals ,and falling. Cottoh. There are dew arrirals of this staple in this market, a email trans noh was in ado yesterday, in good rnid ' dling at &7. t ' - ' We call t ho attention of onr readers to I the advertisement of Messrs. 1Iap.dk A Co., to bo found lii another column.- Their establishment is No. i. College ' elreet. . , Tukatrb. The house, as usual, was - filled to its utmost capacity. The hearty rounds of applause at the different periods in tLe pieces is abundant proof , thatairprbsont were gratified. Tho Wood titters are accomplished artislei, their dances aro grac...

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. — 24 December 1862

ror Freedom and Nationality. n. c. PiEHCFii, t:ditr. . To Our Subscriber!. W find 'liter a few months experience that it is impossible to collect the small mount due lis for the Dailj in the ciij, with the rugularitj that should attend that department, without more time and attention than we can well afford to be stow upon it. In the future we will be governed by the cash in advance princi ple, and bjr that "vigorous policj " hope to render profitable, that which up to the present time has been a burden. , From this date no paper will bo delivered from tliis office unless w'J for in advance. When (lie time paid for expires, the paper will he discontinued, unless renewed in1 time to pmvent it. Our Agent cannot afford to call mi any one three or four times for the paltry sum of twenty contu, uid then perhaps not get it. AH subscrib W8 in arrears will pleaae pay the route mjmt on application. LATE .NKWS, IIbaimjuaiitkus Amur ok the Potomac) Falmouth, December 19. To Major' General Hal ...

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 December 1862

UNION 'VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1862. NO 220 MA ti n n t n nr tt Tfi oiol. v viL 0 i 1.1 ii.lHi r B. B. COKKOH & BEO., ' c.Ti.iiiwiion ntatcitAnTti, NO. ( COLLEfl K BIRKET. Mew Stock J out received and for aale low to close out Consignments, 200 Bbli. Bait, for title by ap CONNOR k FRO. 100 boxes HALT, for sale by up 8 cosnob ft nao. SO 0la Rol'E, for Halo by CONNOR & BRO. 40 bbli . Coal OIL, for Mia bjr up s C0.VN0K BRO. 10 halfbbla. Coal OIL, for sale by p 8 CONNOR & BRO. 45c 5$ Kf down BKOOM3, for late br JVJ p - ix COSMOS BRO; boxes 80AI", for aale by ap 8 CONNOR A BRO. 50 boxes OTAIICH, for tale by ap 8 CONNOR A BRO. 12 thesis TKA, lor aalo by ap 8 CONNOR A BRO 1 f) half chests TKA, for Halo by i ap 8 CONNOR A BKO. -I () indies TKA, for sale by 1W ap 8 CONNOR ft BRO. ID boxes Yeast rOWDLRd.for aalo by ap8 CONNOR ft BRO. 2 Q casks 80DA, for titlo by CONNOR ft BRO. 1O0 gross MATCHES, for sale by nP8 CONNOR ft BRO. 25 boxes Star CANDLES, for ...

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 December 1862

psbvilfe Sttttion. For Freedom and Nationality; 0. V. roiUlCEU, Editor. TUUESDAY MORNING, DEC. 2."), 182 A Eetrospect.- This morning brings in what is, or ought to be, tbe holiday of all Christen dom. It is the. Eighteen hundred and nixlv necond anniversary of the birth day f the greatest teacher of philan thropy, and wisdom that the world ever saw. The basis of the system of reli gioo which Lc taught was love, which diafinirniiihed it from the other syBlom of religion which were held by the nations f onrih. Mahomet and other falan tirophets trusted to the sword to estab lisli their doctrines, but the Author o Christianity appealed solely to the hearts aod judgments of the people. Spread 4W a banner of celestial light from one end of the world to the other, ho traced tho word Zoreupon its folds, and exclaim d, "By this thou shaU conquer." Time rolled onward, until at lant in the lapse rnra. America beccme a nation. The v " J 7 the birth of our government seemed bless cd with peculia...

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 December 1862

ft V T K It M 8 : ...at C?)i,pTf!niim..; .. f 00 - '. week , 20 Ri-'Wmi.T Caiow, per annum. .....f5 00 iri l iijx, per annum (2 00 , I w i iwniim jii awiamiaa iiuiw iw MUIiSDAY MORNING, PES. 25, 1862. No Paper To-morrow. Tlie Printers of this OfTlce as well as ' l a rent at mankind will role Virata Christ. They have resolved to devote the Ikcling hours of this day to the partic ipation of "good cheer," and domestic merry-rnkin, in consequence of which arrangement, no paper will appear to morrow. Theatre. Our citizens continue to show their appreciation of Manager Duf nw.D, and pay a wrll-tiierited compli ment to the excellent company by nightly filling the Theatre to its utmost capacity. The interest in the uerformunccs seems f'Vto increase with each repetition. The UVmiso was again full last night, to wit ness the production of Bulwcr's comedy of "Money" Mr. Hamilton appearing as "Alfred Evelyn," Mr. Foster as " Sir Frederick l'.lunt," Mr. Allen as "Sir t i r i it t . it it IUUU YC...

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. — 25 December 1862

For Freedom and Nationality. . c. ntEiicKii, raur. , To Oar Subscriberi. We find ftcr a few months experience thai it is impossible to collect iho email aiuoant due us for (be Dailj in the citj, with the rugularitj that should attend that department, without more time and Attention than wo can well afford to bo stow upon it. In the future we will be governed by the cash in advance princi ple, and by that "vigorous policy" hope to render profitable, that whicli up to the present time lias been a burden. From this date no paper will be delivered from this office unless jiaid fur in advance. When the time paid for expires, the paper will bo 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, tad then perhaps not get it. AH Buljscrib jra in arrears will plonao pay the route ngenl on application. Congratulatory Address of General Herron After the Battle of Prairie Grove. UiAUiji AiTr.BH 2m...

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 December 1862

H7J. ID) AIL Y- BM A s. VOL I. NASIIVILLE, ' TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, .1862. NO 221 NABMY.Q 1 on. V I 1U 1 t r1 y i t-l , 4 I 1 B. B. COlinOK ft BRO., c.n!tiisxio.i iueuciiants, NO. I 001XE3E ETBItt New Mock Jnut received and for sale low to clone out ConlUtnMit, 200 Bbls. Ball, for mi by ap S CONNOR BRO. boxes SALT, for Idle by CONNOR k mo. ho Cbils V.ot &, for sale by ap a CONNOR BRO. 40 bblt. Coal OIL, lor tale by CONNOR ft BKO." 1 rA balf bbli. Coul Oil,, for Bale by J.VS p 8 CONNOR BRO. 150 down BROOMS, for tale by ap S CONNOR A BRO. boxes 30AP, lor Sale by CONNOR k BRO. 50 boxes STAI'.CU, (or sule by ap 8 CONNOR A BRO. 1 n ohcs TZA, for sale by Veil apS CONNOR A BRO I (1 half chests TA, for aalo by 1W ap 8 CONNOR A BRO. 1 () cad i Tt.A, fur sale by 1W aptf CONNOR & BRO. 1 " boxes Yeast fOWILRS,rur sale by lVj apt CONNOR St BRO. cisks 80DA, for salo by CONNOR A BRO. 1 "If A gross MATCH ltd, for tale by 1UU ap8 CONNOR A BRO. Ofi boxes Star CANJJLKH. for sale by ...

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 December 1862

Tor Freedom and Nationality H. V. MKIlCEIt Editor. SATURDAY MORNING. DEC. 27, 1802. Insurrectionists. The editor of rebel paper sayi that the Nashville Union is trying to incite a negro insurrection. lie is an unmitigated liar, as all rebel editors are. The Nath ville Union is uging all its influcfi-e to restore law and order, while the devils -who edit the rebel papers are trying to prolong and aggrarate the anarchy and insurrection, which now afllict the South ern States. For a rebel to charge others with inciting insurrection, is like the devil's reproving sin. If it were-even true that we are trying to excite mutiny among slaves, we would boguilty of no greater sin than tho incendiaries who are stirring up mutiny among the white population. We have the same right to stir up slaves to rebellion, that rebel editors "have to stir up the owners cf the slaves to rebellion. There is not a rebel editor in the land, who if he had Lis deserts, would not this moment be dancing at the end ...

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 December 1862

t is n m s : Daily I'aioa, per annum mom ww-k Tai-WrrsLT Uvioh, per annual... Weekly Ckiok, per annum ,..$. 00 ... to ...fJ 00 ...U oo SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. 27, 18C2. Capture of Contraband Merchandise. The Police Department of the Army bis been extremely efficient of late. They haVe captured large quantities of medi cines and merchandise, which women, -ladies forsooth -have attempted to smuggle into tho line of the rebel army. On Monday a woman who represented herself as a "lady of honor" and high 'respectability, procured a pass from tin Provost Marshal General, tipon pledging her word of honor, sacredly, that she would in no manner, attempt to evade the obligations imposed upon her to refrain from carrying Idlers or articles contra band of war through our lines. Circum stances caused Col. Tncf.sDAiL, Chief of Police, to suppect her. Accordingly she was placed under surveillance) and be fore she reached the outposts of the army, she was arrested and searched by a lady in the servi...

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 December 1862

$nsuvUlc u. For Freedom and Nationality. n. c. ffiKfin:, Fditor. To Our Subcriberi. We find afttr a few montlixptrienc that it is impossible to collect tie small amount due as for the Dilr In the city, with the rugularitj that should attend that department, without more time and attention than we can well afford to be , glow upon it. In tho future we will be governed by tho cash in wlwince princU pie, 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 this office un!cg;.arj f,,r in advance. When the time paid for expires, the paper Will be discontinued, unless renewed in 4,itue fo prevent it. Our Agent cannot (fiord to call on any one three or four lime fur the paltry sum of twenty cents, mil then perhaps not get it. All subscrib es in arrears will please pay the route agent on application. rrogrcss of Unionism iu Fayette County, Tennessee. The Memphis Bulletin receives the mos...

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 December 1862

o V 1 - '5, VOLI. !. ! ', NASirVILLE, 'TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 28, .1802. ; NO 222 bam ' 1 , I .... ' 1 ' i r ido t2 .JsV rr IX 23. COIHTOE & CIIO., vonnmnio pieiiciiants, . NO. COr J.ROB STRICT. ' ' New ftfoclc Just received and for Ml lottf to close out Con!jMmenta. 200 Bbls. Salt, for sale bjr CONNOR BI'.O. JQQ boxas -'ALX, lor sal fcy C0VN0R BRO. n" Co BOrE, tor Bale by i ' - , t)J ap 8 ' - - ' CONTfOR BRh. bbls. Coal Oil,, tor nit by -XJ apS CONNOR k BRO. ' half bbls. Coal OIL. for a! by r ' CONNOR A BKO. ap 8 150 dozen BKOOMS.fof mJo by CONNOR BKO. Q buii riOA!, for icle bjr CONNOR A BRO. boxes blAKCll, fur (tie bjr C0KH0R A BRO. chests TA, for Hale by apt CONNOR A BRO 1 Q blf cb9t TEA, for iale bj Y4t p8 y - CONNOR A BRO. 12 cadii TKA, fur lain by CONNOR A BRO. i r boitfi Yeait POWDIUlS.for wle by 1V ap CONNOR A BRO. i 2 Q ",k 80UA, for aalo by CONNOR A BRO. t- 1 1 ( tro MATCHtS, for sal by I , , ' I ftbW 4tO ap BtarCANDIJCS.forsaleby . , CONNOR A BRO ) K boii COKJfKK...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 28 December 1862

" l-l. 'I. v , . -;r r. . vv-' .0 simile 5lmbn.'i rorPreedoia and Nationality - agralei laBaaWalWWMWiallM'aiiauMI WiaWIl SUNDAY MOUSING. DEO. 2fl, 1302. i - - - . . Eetritution. ' 1 " r ' A few jers ;ro tlit miseralilo old traitor D'.ciiakan co-opr-rating with Jeff. Davis, Attempted to drive Kansas into ; the Union, as a' slave State, at tho point ' f the bayonet, and hundreds of citizens of that territory-were butchered in cold Wood.or hung up by the roadside iu carry ing out the nefarious 'plot. It failed miser hly. Buchanan was ingloriotialy de feated. Kansas came into the Union, not t)nly s free State, but radically republi can. .And to-day, Nashville, that nest of polluted, corrupt, and treacherous pro slavery thieves, swindlers and traitors, sjccs Colonel Martin, of Kansas, appoint " cd ber Provost Ma'rvhal, with ft regiment' of soldiers from that State, to watch over lier. How signal and striking is the re tribution ! Truly God lives in history ! Tennesseean Soldiers at Huifr...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 28 December 1862

r" V 4. 13 r 4 N4 w i 0 w r axw' ' TKRMS: Pailt Cmnsj, rwr tmmiru It 00 u wrk. ........... 20 Tt-Wkrt.Y Vpim, per umnni (A 00 Wkvilt t.'xi")!, ptr cnnutn .(2 00 SUNDAY.. MORNING, DEC. 2ft, 1FC2. ITotice, rulilio worship 'will bo held at Tost Chapel, corner of V Cherry and Llni streets, (Second Baptist j Church,) this day at 10 l o'clock, A. M., Dd P. M. ' A social meeting for con ference and prayer, will he held at two o'clock P. M. Preach ing in the morning by Chaplain VfutKJr, of (ho Cpth Illinois Volunteers, auu iu the evening by Cbtp lain L. Raymond, of Ilocpital No. 1. AH Bra invited to attend. Tost Chaikt,. The Hecond Prcsbyte- rian Church, corner of College aud Gay t ' streets, having been designated as a Post f Chapel (or the use of the officers and i soldiers of the United States and all ; loyal citizens, ilaJer the direction of the ,!oyal members of the Bession, the public hereby informed thatKev. Jampb I-IAattiiews, of Danville, Ky., has been fjfappointed Chaplain in char...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 28 December 1862

sw ear nrnm mt . i-rtini-aw-aiiiiawii 1'or Freedom nnd l.'atiorality. To G-ar Subscribers.' V.'a ml fUr a few month experience U. at ii is impossible to col lie 1 1 lie 6maU ;r-t due us fur the Daily Id tho city, with lii.'! ruguiarify ttiat should, allend t'.:.i (i. j;3rtinnl, without more time and 3' !'M) iun than wc can well aftord to bc- ?'v,v upon iti Tii tho future we will lio governed by tho cv.sh in advance j.-rJnoi- -!, aud by thai "vigorous policy" thcpo to render profitable, that which up to the present timo has been a burden. From this date no paper will be delivered from this office unless ja-'-J far in advance. ; When the timo paid for expires, the paper will be discontinued, unless renewed in ime to prevent it. Our Agent cannot afford to call oh any one three or four 1 ', limoa for the paltry suni of twenty cents, ind then perhaps not get it. All subscrib es in. arrears will pleaeo pny the route agent up application, ? ! . . : '.. A I'KOtJlVlITlATICIV, Uf trio I'reaMe...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
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