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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 27 January 1863

v...-. J I .f : rn ' J - - - I . ... .... J a . T . .. . r .. - . ' ' . '""-"I' ' ... ;';. V IT HU8T PE k t 4 PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS-OFFICE ON miSTERS ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. r; . NASEVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 18G3. VOL I. NO 217 J ..' '.1 MW.J!1 NOS. "AND LOCATION hospitals in nasiiville; No. 1 014 Out Factory, Cherry' trt,a th Hill. I'nltanity BalMifif, Market atreet, n tk . Hill. . . .. , 3 Knuley't Building, SB oro"f Pnbli erpiar. " Howard. High School, College lreet, u th inn. 8;it r ectory, upper end front lret. . " S CoUrt elraet, aw Broad V College etreet, belweoa Church aad Broad. n S Manuals Mall, Church itnH, near lumT. A Garrl; Factory, vr .V.--l, whrw Ik - ttjuarw. " 10 Medl?J Coll-g., Cot'eg lrt, on th Hill. ' " 11" Fui itoraa "On th Culveriity Ptk. ' l!l Broed-ay Uot.l, Broad elrTel,rnr Cberry. IS Hum High School, Sprue etreet, eur. Broad. It Fema'a IV hool, Cliurek (treat, near tlbatu- nor liKit. " IB HyiV tllgb Schoo...

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 January 1863

J ft L fjt Freedom and Nationality . c. eir.Hcr", Editor. TUKSDAY MOUViNO. JAN. 27. 16-1. ENLARGEMENT OF THE UNION. After a di-lny ti unexooctoil hs it wjw tinpie.iMint to ourselves, in (iltAiiniig larger jujcr, we jrcsont our roadcra this morning wilh aconnKlfralily onlarpjctl sheet, iu which we nhall he able to give our former amount of rending ' matter. ' The past itiwoit, dating iw far lack u the first of Au- gnsf, has hci'ii jieciiliarly ujoii a newspaper in our locati"if .und jmpow! onerous bnnlcn on .both ' editor anil publishers. The farmer has been deprived of all regular 1 ' exchanges, ' and tho latter have I'lPH cympeiiea io oopenn nuieiy upon local support, in a city with out trade, inasmuch as it was iin ' possible t'r tlierri to send the paper ' 'either Northward or Southward, in the absence of all mail facilities. Notwithstanding all these difjicnl ties und hindrances, ! our wreca hie disappointment, the circulation of tlio Union has greatly increased, -4UiiLiiX-tak-t...

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 January 1863

Iil" -nrr .n s rrr r i K 1 V 1 in mill gtasiiviUt Slaon. iii ' l 1 "-' T K H rtl s : tint? 1'ii.iK, r snaua .... . j. ...,..,.. Tufimi I'MOK.r' ananwi. WritT Cams, per annom .. H . .. TUESDAY MORNING, JAN. 27 J 18C3 W learn that some Iwunty-two boats are roniiug in llie ex peeled fleet. itk-nh oystVrs are rjiiite plentiful at Wood tiii fillen to eighteen nd twenty dollars ptr cord. s J A heavy Lantern mail arrired Li-re on .inday Digbt, and great was the rejnic lug thereat. Jupiter Plurialis did Lia butt yester day and lait night ia the way of raiu. The clouds itreatned and the sired ran iu torrents. I.AfErrim. We ace indebted to the Atdij Depot and Br.Aiii & Ssri-rR for lata New York and Cincinnati papers. Messrs. l!i.iR A Btikh bare for aale a few num bera orilarper'a Weekly of January -list. It waa rumored yesterday, that a body of guerrilla under I oitntsr, numbering Vtven thouiand, left Franklin on Sunday for the Shoals', intending', doubtless, to attack the expected fleet....

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 January 1863

i: .ii ,n i i 'i V ', : , v. . . ( , r - - . ... l ' J t ,v r.-. "J ' J ," , - - 1 1 ... ' 1 r X 1 r; genou Pot Freedom and Nationality. Array Dismissal. 1 fri.-'' M. (Ve,.ul.i.rn CorrcuDOlldctll of the Chicgo Tribune, gitcg the following lUt of dismissals of ofliccra from tl cr vice: -. The use In at work, nd ft uprciit pr dor of thin dte rfl follows t -Lieut .Team l'.alK Co. I. -88th Illinoi tolun- Utr i linhftnrbly- liwiinipd tba ncr rlc of the Unltml Sulci for ccompny- lug his lender of rCiinnnon Willi o demicihU rtion as that 1i i tired of the dcrvice and if opposed to the prop- laraution of Iht President of the Unitvd Ur, The OcnfrRlcoiiinuDdirig'U glm. to rid officer .-of tkis , urinj of , fl fowihljt with such character. . Cajit. Diwioan C.Iiead, ' 2-.tli Wiscon Min voluntecri, hai been dismUseta the ervir for dogpriiiio; his regiment while it wan tnfrngul with the enemy, under pre' Vnce of sick-m, tvhlcU gjiliarquent ac tion iirnTuii la Im falun.' '". ' . : ' IifcQt. A. I)....

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 January 1863

rap lllltlfffi'll tii.n,. ..fAa-i Vera i i kr:.-.r::T,''.c?r...'"".'"r.-" '. ::z - PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF HUNTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEItfCK 8TREETS. VOL I. U .--U.il igg lOS. AND LOCATION HOSPITALS IN NASHVILLE. No. 1 Jt. Ouu rectory, Oierrj Hwl, oa tbe Hill. " al'utvertlty Building, Market ewoel, oa tbe Enal-jr'i Building, 8 1 oof oar Public jaare. " U.jwurJ High School, Ollege street, a Ike Hill. " 8 Oho lectyry, ojipar end Front street. " 6 Coll. gn street, tw Broa i " 7 College ttreot, bi tweoo (.Lurch and Broud. 11 S Bfawiulo Hall, (Lurch ttreet, noar Summer. " II Carrlee Factory, Market itrout, blo tUa Hiuere. lo Medical Coll' go, ColK street, on tbe 11 II. " 11" "net Hums "On tbe Uulvertllv Pike. " rj-nrnadvraj Hotel, Brad Blr-el,r.r Caerrf.. " 13-Huiue Ulgb School, Hpruee true I, cur. Broad. 14 Fema'a Hrbool, Cburvh ttroet, tear Chatta nooga Dt:pol. " 15 Hym-a' High bcbool, Line aire, coraer Snm mar. 10-Gorlon Block, oonwr Broa.l ttnwl ...

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 January 1863

' ' i -. V f f refldoui ind Katioiifclity, n. v. nr.ncKH, editor. WKf)N'rlAY' MORNING. JAN 24. 1G3. Separation find lie union- .' "Mr. VAi.t.ASDiiiriAM, in lii lato spt'cdi, in tlio Ilotixi of Rcpio hentativce, a-oioRrl t!ic 1'ollnwin; policy fur tlio Fetleral Coveniiiioiit, in ictl-rc-nce to tlie k( ceded States: gtastoilfc Pinion. Mop f gluing; make an armistice, but no formal treaty; withdraw your army from the seceded States; reduce both armies to a fair and snfllcient peace establish ment; declare an absolute free trade ho tween tlie North and South, buy and aril ; agree npon a Zolvercin ; recall your fleet ; break np your blockade ; reduce your nary ; restore travel upon ynur railroads ; re-cstal.liuh the telegraph; re-unite your eipress companies; build no more Moni tor and iron-clads, but act your friendly steamers and steamships again In motion; visit the North and West, visit the H tith; i exchange newspapers ; migrate; inter" marry; let a! a very alone ; hold elections at...

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 January 1863

tohvMc Virion. ft rwvrwma t i r. si k : Pa ilt I'si'.n, it Annum .... i .... ) ,...V m ... il l " " ' Tr.i.Wi r.n.f lii.N,-r annum.. Wurr.ir I Ki.m, . r aiinnn. WKUSKWAY yoJiN'INO, JAM. 2. Notice to News Dealers. Nr.WS DKAI.Ktt, TO IIAVg THEIR OuDBUS HJ.U.I) lTIOWI'TLY, AND WANTIXO mohi: THAN f)NK IICKMIKTI CuNM, MUST BESI) thbiii Okdeus is Fori to-moiip.ijw'b Taprr r 9 o'clock this eiesin. from Hnrfrecs'joro. VTlie apecial despatch from Murfrcei- VT.iril lit rmiln I ti li.veat i.,.K , ,,K, Aclidektai, Snonrid. A two lads, one of (hem a son of Mr. V. II. Ci.kmf.sm, and tli othr a bom of Mr. Cauikr, of tho i ni i 1 1 i i . . V 'iou'1 iiou-i, wero iroinir io iciiool l"L'8tTdy morniiifr, a pistol, which was yn tlieliaudi of tho latter, ivas aoculen discharged, its cmiU'tila eiitcrinn Vie alulomm of young' Ci.KMtMs, and in- Jicliii(j a very duniroriiiM wound. i We weio delighted to see ycnteiday a Pirty of Iiihorera rni'K,'d in removing , lie ocean of filili which hag hecn dclug lint; 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. — 28 January 1863

i CONFISCATION ACT. bi.x-No. 10'. Aw AOr to iuiiprcM insiirrftiim, to pim Irraoon and rebellion, to i'ir. and oinifiiu kto the irnpffty of rMicl., nnd ft other purpose. lie U enacted hij the Senate and I low of H freiewUUives f the United Si tfes 'f Amer ica in timjrei femMed,TiAt ivory person wlio 1I1MI licrf iftrr rotnniit I Ik crimp or treftfton s.in.t tlif United SImIch, anl aliall lie ailjuil'pd c'tiltr tlirrrof, MiaU ufler death, find all his lavi n, ir unjr, tlikll bo declared and made free; or at I lie dincretioii of the court, lm nlmH lie imprisoned for not hi than five ynnrs, and fined not 1 than ten tliouand dol lars; paid line shall he levied and collect ed on anj or all or the properly, real and personal, exclmlins slaves, of which the aid person so convicted was the owner nt the time of committing the said crime, any sale or conve jatice to the contrary, iiiitwittndinjr. See. 2. AM he. it further enacted. That ir any person filial I here Iter incite, set on foot, assis...

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. — 29 January 1863

file M&&mtlt.J Sfcfli Mniim. 3 ajlll"llll IP 1 I IT Tf ' - - - ' J rUBLISIIEU BY AN ASSOCIATION Of rRINTEKS.-OFFICE ON FEINTER3' ALLET, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADE6ICK STREET VOL 1. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1863. NO 219 t 9 NO. AII LOCATION HOSPITALS IN NASHVILLE. Kci, 101J (jui, Factory, (Wr; strati, o the Hill. " 2 -1 iilvrrally Building, Markot trout, ok tha Hill. " 3-EnIey'a Building, S.B corner Public Sowara. " 4-IIuwnrd Hlgli ikuool, Oollego aliacl,ea lha " 8 ouo Factory, qppar end Front treat. " ColUgn atreot, soar Broad. " T CilMg atrit, between C7ltnr h and Broad. " I -Maumlc 1111, Church alroit, near Summor. Oirrlaira Factory, Mnrkut ilrnrl, bulow lha rliiale. " 10 Mudlial C,lh'JO, Coliega elroal, on 111 II ill. " 11" 1'mt IIotijE " )n the Unlvaralty riko. " 12 Broadway llotrl, llmad Mnt,o jrncr Cherry. " ll'inin High School, -'pruco fitruet, oor. Broad. " 11- Ftma'a rahool, Church troot, tear t'hatta. hooic1 In pot. " IS- lljiie' High HiIiimjI, Line...

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. — 29 January 1863

Far Freedom and Nationality THURSDAY MORNINr;, JAN 29, 1803. TO OUR IIUEKD3. Wo liavc rarely troubled our friends ty calling on them for au Histanco, but wo now take tbo lib- liberty of reminding tlieni tbat tlicy can add greatly to tbo effi ciency of our panor by assisting us in increasing ita circulation. It is tbo wish of tbo proprietors to make it a newspaper in every sense of tbo term, and thoy. cannot do this without liberal patronage Every subscriber can procure us other subscribers, and wo belie vo that we can givo all customers the full worth of their money. . Just bo fore the interruption of tho mails last Bummer, ' 6ubscriitioua were coming in from all parts of the country, and wo bopo that all who believe our paper is doing gooi Hcrvieo at this most important point, will aid in extending our ei re n I ali on' e v cr y who re, in asm u ch b.3 wo aro cut oil' nt present from the pot-ofiices in our own State Perhap wo thonbl add, in this connection, that while tho mails wer...

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. — 29 January 1863

7" MX T I hmsi C'AILV Cain, NT illinuin ' ' WC-k..... Tn.WrrKt.T f'Nioa, p-r niiMim W'imm ran.", per irmioi 1 00 80 to no ta no THURSDAY MOIINING, JAN. 19, 1R03. Notice to News Dealers. Xr.WH DKALf.BS, TD HAVE THEIR OllDRRH vtu.i:i rnoMirr.Y, and wantino moms 'IliX OnB III SIHIKI) Col'IKS, MUHT BEHD ivruitt OitPKiia in rnu To-iioimow's TAren UV 0 O'CLOCK THIS KVENINw. irst Eant Tcrmr ssce Cavalry! Tlio fust Kasl Tt-noosaeo Cayalry, uraandcd by Colonel Coiikrt Joiibhos, arrived in this city ycslerdsy. Thi rrgitnt'iil iHono of.llio best In the sorvice, trnisloring nearly 0110 UmtiHsnd ilrong. Tim men arc all well mounted, clothed, armed and equipped, and prcrionUid a fine Appearance, aa tliey marched through to their i:anj)ing ground. Col. Johnson, when horo bofors, was a member of tho LegiHlaiure, and waa well known na a firm and unyielding adrocata (iftluUnion nniiist tho enimies then con fliiring its overthrow, llu has rctuiaed at the head of a Ppletidid regiment of TcniicBseana lo...

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. — 29 January 1863

Urn. CONFISCATION ACT. Ti'st.C No. ICO. A Acr lo BujiprcBj ing.irrcctioii, 16 pnn inh trta.ion and rt billion, to nt'izn and (xmfiHcate tho properly if rebel, and '. for other pnrpbaes. ' IU it enarted ly the Penute and llwe of HyrrxrntativM of the Uttilrd Stales of Amer ica in Cungrtu avtmilM, Thai every person tvlio lirrf after commit tlio crimo of treason against lira United Htatca, and ftlmll be adjudged fi'iilty tlicreof, ahall ufTer death, and all his alavu, if any, ahall be declared and made free.; qr at the diicrction of the court, lie ahall be imprisoned for not leaa than' fWe yeara, and fined not leaa than ten thousand dol ara; aaid fine ahall hp levied and collect d on any or all of the property, real and personal, excluding alavea, of which the aaid perton ao convicted waa the owner at the timo of committing tho anid crime, any tale or conveyance to the contrary, notwithBtandin. ' Sec. 2. And be U fiailitr enarie.1, That if any peraoo eliall hereafter incite, act on foot...

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. — 30 January 1863

J TH03SH I33BBRSS335S . IT MUST L rCCLISHEU BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON HUNTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. VOL I. NASHVILLE, . TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1803. NO 250 XJ 1 P. Spa U.A' 1 ' BW. 11 i 1 V, Jl U-MrSiNTf iH H ' U U . '11 S 4 11 nil Fs 1 1.1 j?-,- I -vL NT 7 JUL-.- sN XJ' X s lEMas ? J NO. AND LOCATION o r HOSPITALS IN NASHVILLE; No. 1 Old Oun T trior j, Cherry itrect, on tin Hill. im"''' Dui!d M",l'"t street, id tbo 8 Kntley'a Ilutlc'tng, 8.K corner I'ublWj Square. 1 Howard High School, Colletf atraet,oa th B Gtw Factory, aprer iit Front itroot. 0 Coll- g .treat, aeur Broad 7 College elraet, b.lwuuu Church lid Broad. Monk: Hall, Church atract, near lonu'r. 8 Carriage Factory, M arkot alroot, btlew the o,urire. 10 Mad leal College, College alret, on Hie Hill. " 11" Put Hoots" -Oa Use I'ulvanltjr Plko. " 12 Broadway Hotel, Broad trrat,ornT t harry. ' IS Hum High Hchool, Hpruo itroat, aor. Broad. 14 Keuia'e Hchool, Church etruHt, ic-ar Chat...

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. — 30 January 1863

A Fjr freedom and Nationality . t). HIF.KI CK, KdMor. FRIDAY MOUSING, JAN. IfiCS. It is not tlic part of cither char ity or discretion to question tlic loyalty to the Union, of all who differ 'from in in regard to the measures best ndaptcd to destroy the rebellion. Men may honestly and loyally differ about Hie policy to bo pursued to obtain the grout end of saving the republic and do stlovmi; the reoellion. All who heartily detest, the rebel causo and aro resolved to destroy it, to crush it out until not a vestige of it thall remain, are patriotic, arc loyal. But at the same time we regret to say that there are men who use trcasonahle mttj'jcxt'ionHf along with their hyaljrofessivnit. Those men in tho ardor of their opposition t certain measures of the (Jovrin mcnt seem to forgot at times that there is an annul rebellion, which threatens the integrity of the coun try and which is arrayed indoadly opposition against tho Government, Some of our Northern exchanges aro tilled, column af...

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. — 30 January 1863

i v'.Ta?rVayV la v a4Vl4 aJa T K II M 8 : , DiiLI Cxion, per annum " ' ' Wee . 20 .! on 11 on Ti-Wlt l'mn, vr annum.... WittLT Vains, per annum I LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL FHIDAT MOIiNISO, JAN. .lu, 18i:3 Our Local Column. I In order to render llio Uniox more a, interesting to oar readers, and to keep them better posted in regard to matters I of interest transpiring in our midst, than we have been ablo to do heretofore, we Lara secured (he services of a gentleman competent to supply that deficiency. V art determined to spare no pains or ex penss in malting the Union acceptable to our readers generally. I'UULIgHERS. Mammoth Hail. The cars and raailboat brought a thir teen days mail night before last, and the Postmaster and his clerks are fairly up to the eyes in work. We are requested to say, that the public will greatly fa cilitate the opening of the mail if they will not call for letters and papers until four o'clock this evening, l'lease bear this in mind. Then ani Now. Years airone, w...

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. — 30 January 1863

i CONFISCATION ACT. i l'dlLlC-No. 100. . An act to njprr?s inRurrcclion, to pun ish treason and rebellion, to mire nl flonfisrtto the properly of rebels, nd for other jmrnosig. L xt. enacted hj 0,t Senate and Jlouse of R pretenUUivei of the United Slates rt Amer ica in Congress usmnlkd,TiiAl every ihtsoii who shall hereafter commit the crime of Jreasoa against the United State, and hall be adjudged pnilty thereof, shall ufTer death, and all lit alive", if my, hall be declared and made free; or at the disrretion of tin? court, h shall bo imprisoned for not lisa than five years, and fined not than ten thousand dol hrs; said fine shall ho levied and collect ed on any or all of the property, real and personal, excluding slaves, of which the Maid person so convicted was the owner at the time of committing the Raid erime, any sale or conveyance to the contrary, notwithstanding. 8c. 2. Arvl.be it further marled. That if anf peison bliall hireafier incite, set on foot, assist, or cnpin in a...

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. — 31 January 1863

v.. "OA pr oa o P PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEUICK STREETS. i IT-:. 'V'- -eW ilitiim. i V 1 1 VOL I. NOS. Ann LOCATION HOSPITALS IN NASHVILLE. No. 1 Old Gun Factory, Cherry street, on tbe Hill. " i lulreraity Building, Uaiket alreet, oa Ibe kill). " 8 lualey'a Building, S I corner Publls Square. " 4 Uuwaril Ulgb Bclioul, Callage afreet, en Ik II HI. " Can kaclnr-r, yer (till Frolit tret. " t Coll' ge street, lr Broad. " T Collage itraat, between Cburgli aad Broad. M I Maeoal Hall, Cbarcb atreot, near So aimer. " Carriage Faetory, Market atrwit, kelew the Square, " 10 Medical College, CeUefe itraat, an lha Ulll. " It" Put Iluvia" Oa lha Calvenlty Pike. " 1 Uroad way Hotal, Broad alreal, o r er t'kerry. " 1 Huma Uigh School, Hpruca etroet, ear. Bread. 14 Feuia'e Hi boot, Cburah itraat, aar Chatta ooga Depot. lo-Ilyoea' lllgb Bckoel, Lisa U-eet,eeraer Sea mar. " It Cordon Block, earner Broad elreol aad Elver Lauding. 17 Orn...

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. — 31 January 1863

J T The Fit Freedom and Kitionality U. HI Kite RH, Editor. 'I II W" SITTRIHW MOUNlNtJ. JAN. 31, 1M.3. AN -INFAMOUS REBEL FORGERY GSKIBAI, BtUQ'J CHlfCLATlHO SOflLB COf IE! CF THE KABTII.LK VNIOH J.MONO till SOLDIER. Tlio following letter from Mur frcosboro, which comes lrom an official flourcc. shows the decntfc straits to which the- rebels arc driven, and the miserable forgeries which Bkaoq aud his associate arc ready U perpetrate. We nred ' hardly Eny that no such news as thftt given iti the rebel fuc nimiles of our paper ever appeared in the L'nios or any other paper. If the oM fraitor, brute and niunlercr, who ran off from Stone's River, wunts tD print imitations of the NasuvillE Union,' let him reprint . the- letter of his Major, "2:90," whicli appeared In yesterday's issue. Tin? letter is as follows : Ml HMIEESDOBO, Tkn'N.,) Jn, il'J, 1801 f 3. C. Miocstt, E.g., Jidttur of tit Nashville Unitm : l)tr Str : 1 Lave learned to-day, from a reliable man, tliat llragg's (irn rali hav...

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. — 31 January 1863

"r""- gjaslivillc ZXmoiu T i: It M S : Daiit Vmcv, por xnikm h .1 W)H'k , Tm-WmiT llmoa, wr annum..., Wliii.r I'll", por annum , .1 00 ' .tn 00 f 1 00 LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL. SATURDAY MOUNING, JAN. 31, lid I'ontooj I'm dos. W'litn ths recent rlso iu the Cumberland commenced, tbe boats forming the pontoon bridge were disconnected nd moored cloee to the bank of the river. Owing to the cars levants of the person lisvitig them in c'nargs, several were lift high and dry on land, and for the last four or Ore clays about one hundred "intelligent contra Lands" hare been engaged in placing them back in the river, and the work if not yet done. One good thing about it, however, ie the fact that the work hai kept employed a number of negroia, who would, perhaps, otherwise have bave been employed in stealing, It would bo a decided relief to the citizens Of Nashville were all the idle, laiy negroes about the place, put to some kind of work. It will not bo long before our people can again enjoy 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. — 31 January 1863

Jalw.wMaWP ' ' Um0mam""0m"m0mmm"''g0 " " CONFISCATION ACT. runi.ic-No. ico. A ACTloiiipprpM insurrection, to pun -iih trcion anil rebellion, lo tvUo and confiscate! tlio jiroprriy of nMs, and for other pui'imsi a. lit it envied ly the Senate and Jhmtt of RfretenUilivet of the VnM State of Amer ica in Cmgrena"eml!ed, Thatc-very ir-m who iliall lir-roafur rommit tlio crime of ireanon aRaint ilia Uniled Stair", arid hall be adjudKfd Ruilty thereof, uliall Buffer death, nd all Lis bUyo", if any, hall bo declared and tnailo lrce; or at the diacrelinn of tlm court, he uliall he imprisoned for not lias than five years, end fined not leim than ten thousand dol lars; said fine shall lie levied and collect ed on any or all of tho property, real and personal, excluding slaves, of which tho said person so convicted was the owner t the time of committing the said prime, ny sale or conveyance to tho contrary, notwithstanding Sec. 2. And be it furtUr enaried. That if any person shall lii-ea(ter in...

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