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

" , IT MTTSr Bj? K Eve. ov -At mm r m K a o p - o PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF rEINTERS.-OFFICE OH PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEKICK STREETS. VOL I. NASHVILLE,.-TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, FEBRUAEY 1, 18G3. NO 252 21 i rM f flit m m NOW. AND LOCATION psriTALS.IN NASHVILLE. "I Old Quo Factory, Chtrrj street, tb Hill. S I'lilrpnlty Balldiug, Markol street, OS Ike S Euley's Building, S B corner Futlic Fir. Howard Ulita school, Callage Hi :(, lea 11 1 11. ' - . . Gnu lecuiry, wpper end Front treat. Celb-ge elreel, aaar Broad. T College elreel, tx-lwoe Chiirtli ee Broad. S Meik 1111, CLrch etreet, near Sum mar. S--larrl.pra Faatory, Market slreet, ! Ike Viura. 10 ktedleet College, OVege llntl, M Ike UUI. 11 " Put Hovte "On tht Ualverslty Pike. IH tlroadi-ay Uotel, Broad street, oioerCkrry. 13 flume U inh School, Spruce str-at, ear. Bread. 14 Feaia'e tvhoul, Cliurek elreel, war CkatU- fcOOgA lH pot. 14 riymi' High SVkool, Like sire, earner Sum- DM. Ifa-Gartcn Block, earner Broad i-v.'...

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. — 1 February 1863

-.1 $nzMU Pinion. fir Treadom and Nationality. ".'--.J.1' "J 1 WTKDAY HORN INC, l'KH. I 13 Sermioniits complain tliat 'tho eml authority is virtually J)ndeil In this Stafc, jml tliat we aro living tinder military power They.aro perpetually complaining that tlioy cannot have justice lonc them. Tu hfar tlic men wlio were aitlier the ringleaders of the re bellion, or tlic busiest of tlicir niil Qrt and abettors, in tins city, talk of the Fodornl (iovcrnincnt and iU army, and of the oppressions 'titty practiio, one might 8njpoo that theio J t ukmi aii i were most grievously tinned against. They uso thr lapjuao of injured inno - canco. But pray ' nr to hlaino if this Stato has hut a small fraction of her logal representation in the United Stato Senate? Whoso fault is it that we havo no I.oi lature, no Civil or Criminal Courts, ik magistrates; uul on wIiofc head rests' tho hlamo of stopping 11 the functions of tho State ? Tho Governor of tho Stato, and most of hit Legislative and Judicial...

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. — 1 February 1863

k ) VaaVl Murine Pinion- n- T j; RMS: rtattv l'mo, it annum " " " WW Tai-Waiatv Varna, l-r mum.. Vf ri,v 1'riot, Kr anm-m , . no . i . on ISM LOCAL AM) COMMERCIAL, pl'Nday noTiMNa. rm. 1. i63. Eeligions STotice. Then will he public worship in lha Toii Chapel, corner of Chnrrj and Elm treeti, thil Jay at, 10 o'clock A.M. and 6,'i r. M., nd B social Hireling at 2 1. M. Preaching la the morning by Rev4 Lewii Ratmend, Chaplain of the GlstO. V., and in the evening by Chaplain WiL REE, ofihe GOth 111. All are invited to ttend. ; Fatal SnooTis... -Yesterday at noon a fight occurred bdtween Patrick Carney and a aoldier named Meary, a member of the lit Ohio Battery, which reaulted in the death of the former. Some ua'sun deritanding had occurred between them the day before, and Meary wai the wit neaa who waa to have appeared against Carney before Recordor Shaue, on charge of riotoui conduot. They met about noon, when the old quarrel was renewed. Blowi pasted between them, and in tho fray Mear...

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. — 1 February 1863

CCSriSCATION ACT. r- l OLio No. ICO. ... . As act to Biipprpss inamrcction, to piin inh treason and rebellion, io bcIm and confiscate tli property of rvbfU, and for other purpoeca. , , lit it enacted by Oit Senate" and ' flutist of M-prmrnlaliva of tlie Uni'nl Sbdet of Amer ica tn Cfftyrma'vnrf'faTlialwr person who p-hall liereafUT commit Ihe crime of treason against the United iilatcs, and ahall he adjudged Ruilly thereof, shall t'lfTor death, nnd all his alive, if any, shall be declared and inado free; or at the diacri'tiot) of the court, he shall be imprisoned for cot leu than live years, and fined not lee than ten thousand dol lar!; aaid fine ehall be levied and collect d oa any tr all of the property, real and . personal, excluding slaves, of which Ihe said person so convicted was the owner t the time of committing the said crime, any sale or conveyance to the contrary, l(ttiLhsiandii. fire. 2. And It it furffter enacted. That if any txrson shall . livreaftcr incite, set on foo...

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. — 3 February 1863

TUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP rRINTER3.-FFICF. ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1803. NO 253 "L'l1 "y"...iu2rr NO. AIM LOCATION HOSPITALS INK ASIIYILLE. Bo. 1 Old Gun Factory, Cherry Itreel, oa the mil. " 8 University UuUding, Market itroot, oa the " S Kusley's Building, I I corner Pnblle Fqnsre, 4 Howard High Bchttol, College llr.ut, on lb " Mm Factory, tipper end Front strest. - Collrg, itrMt, Mar Broad. " T College ItrMt, between Ctiurcli tad Broad. " Maaonle Hall, Church street, nr Summer. " Carrltue Faatory, Murktt struct, balsw Iks bquara - lMdloel College, Cal'eg street, an tlia II HI. " II" Put Hunt" On tb University Pika. " l'i Broadway Uotal, Brnad street, o rner Cherry. It Hume Higb School, Spruce stroet, eer. Breed. " 14 'eaa 'a Bchoul, Cliurek street, war Clutla booga IKpol. It BymV High aohoel, Line sire Jt, corner Sunv Bir " It Serdnn Block, aoraar Broad el?s.rl and Blrer Lauding. " IT dmcaaa' ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 3 February 1863

1 fit Freedom and Nationality; H. r. ifl EHCI.H, Fdllor. j TUESDAY MORNING, I'EB. 3, 1863 "The Real Canoe and the Authors of the Rebellion Touching itrrrsl dsri igo opon tlie p lent condition of luingi, wa laid "Without (he help of the abolition wr upon tla iot-Ul order of I In South, se cession would nercr hive bern it tempted." The Nsshvl'iU Union, making thii re mark the text of an article or lecture entitled "The Kf.al Caiuse or thb Re bellion," tajpi among other things : . i "It seema to ba a favorite employment with aome Union nowspapfri to lay the , burden, or at ltust half the odium of our civil war, upon the aiiti-a!acry party. Editor! who, through mistaken party ceal, tha dirert t he attention ot tlie pro pie from the original in & real traitors, in ' our opinion, do great Injury to the cause of the cation. To lay tbat the rcbcli hate been provoked to treason by Repub- lioani and anti-alavpry mrn, ia greatly to palliate if not to Justify their infamous crimrs. It ii vi...

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. — 3 February 1863

tt 11 r i I MratsaaL. mmtWlt Linton. . T K M H l Dailt Unto, pr en cam " " - wee Tt.Wiii.t Catoa, par ennam..,, Wnatv I'mnit, f-f tnniTtn M 1 'AO . n $i 00 LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL. TUESDAY MORXINU, FEB. 3, 1863. City Subscribers Notice. The terms for IbeDailr, when deliver- ed in Iho city, will, in the future, be i 25 emit, per week, or 10 dollars a year j in advance. Notice to News Dealers. EWS DbaLEBS.TO tlATB THEtE ObDBBS LED FBOMPTLT. AlfD WANTIXa WO It j THAJT OSE HuNDKED CoPIIi, MUST SElfD jj thiib Orders is foe to-mobbow's Pafeb f. BT 9 O'CLOCK TniS IVENIHw. I Military Blank. 1. For sale ' at this Office. Such a: ji Monthly Company 'lie I urn a, Clothing Returns, Ordnance Returns, Troviaion ji Returai, Special Requisitions, Sic, Sio. .As many friends and relstives of de ceased soldiers have ciprestcd a desire to bare tbeir remains suitably preserved, the undersigned Will attend te embalming the dead. ma. mayfiel,l se erm, No. 47, Church etreet, Nsthvillo, Tenn. Jan. 31-51 We cal...

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. — 3 February 1863

4 -., confiscation' act. (TroLio No. ICO. en act to f af press inMirreclion, ti pun ish treason and rebellion, to m i 7.0 and conflstata Hi property of rebels, and for otlicr purpose. Be it waited ly the Senate and Ilmm of Jt pfeeenlalives of ilte United States of Amer ica in CimgrestassenJJed, That i-vcry rx-rson who shall hereafter commit (lie crime of treason against tlia United fi lutes, and hull be adjudged K'lil'Y" thereof, ahall uff'er death, and all his s! ives, if any, ahall be declared and made free; or at tho discretion of tho court, h3 shall be imprisoned for not less thin five years, and Cned not less than ten lliotnanl dol lars; said fine shall be levied and collect ad on any or all of the property, real and personal, excluding slaves, of which the aid person so convicted was the owner at tho time of committing the said crime, any sale or conveyance to tho contrary, notwithstanding. Sec. 2. And be it furtlier enacted, That If any person shall hereafter incite, Bet on 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. — 4 February 1863

ii , IT MUST Hi 5)' . rUBLISIIED BY AN ASSOaiTION OF rRIXTERS. OFFICE ON r BISTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, .FEBRUARY 4, 1863. NO 254 VOL I. v I ... rv vA Pf "I If? " 1 rv- 1 ' -f I I ! MlllUMf T 1 I1 A OS. LJL...JUiL.SJ Mia AND LOCATION or DIRECTORY. ' HOSPITALS IN NASHVILLE. No. 1 Old Gub Factory, Cherry atraat, o th. Hill. M 1 Volverilty Butldiog, Market street, oa th. Hill. " p Eniley't Building, II corner Fulillo Square. Howard High School, Cll.g. ktraol, oa Ike Kill. " a Cuo Factory, apper nil Front atraat. " College .trMt, hu Broad. " T-; Colteg. itraot, kiOoo Cburab aad Broad. " 8 Maaoale Hall, Church .trMt, near loamv. Carriage FMIory, Market Street, belea U. aVjuara. - 10 Medlanl College, CeV.gi atraat, an tha Hill. 11" ran Ilovia" Oa tba Calvenlty Plka. " U Broadway Hotel, Broad street, jraer Cherry. la Hum. High School, Bpruoa atraat, aar. Braad. 1 Fema'e School, Churek atraat, taar Chatta- Bong Llejiot. " 1 Hyn.-a' ii...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 4 February 1863

iPKEtw -vwiis : 'annus SlaslirUU'.SHmow. Fr Freiom and Nationality. 4. C. giritCKH, F.dllor. WEDNESDAY MOUSING, FEB. 4 18?. Important Correction. Th'si types mado 113 say in the leader of yesterdays paper, "Wo affirm our belief that the Southern people are to-day disiinioniets." Wo intended to affirm that the Southern people are not disunion UU. Tho tenor of our remarks woulJ indicato as much, lu the ssiiao arliclo occurred the remark able word "magcstirinlljr," an in vcntion of the compositor. It is exceedingly provoking to nave paragraphs marred nnd disfigured by guch blunders. Tho Army of thu Potomac is till commanded by the gallant General Joseph Hooker. Morgan, th OuorrilU Chief, was once in th l'cnrnjlTauU rnlten!iirj for cat tl itralinr. I'it lie wasn't thcr now. Muton Pott. If he was, Senators Powell and Saulsdi'bit would make fierce speeches against incarcerating American citizens in I'astiles. A Compromise Convention. The mails brought us tho follow in news some days ago :...

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. — 4 February 1863

(BMM T i : u m s : DatM Cmiom, per annua " " " Kt tlU IJD LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL WEDNESDAY MORNlNtt. FEB. 4. 181. City Subscribers' Notice Tha trrms for the Daily, when deliver ed in (ho city, will, in tha future, ba 25 cents, per week, or 10 dollars a year la adranne. Notice to News Dealers. News Dc ALEiifl, to iuva thkib Oudebs ' VILLED PROMPTLY-, AKD WAWTINO MORE THAN ONE IIUNtKED CoPIEg, MUST SEND their Orders in fob to-morrow's Paper by 9 o'clock this evening. Military Blanks. For sale at tliia OOlce. Such a: Monthly Company '.Returns, Clothing Returns, Ordnance Returns, Provision Returns, Special Requisitions, &c, Ac. As many friends and relativea of de- ceaa?d aoldiera have cxpresicd a desire to have their remains suitably preserved, tha undersigned will attend te embalming the dead. PUS. HATFIELD & ERXI, No. 47, Church street, Nashville, Tehn. Jan. 31-5t Confederate Phisonkhs. Yesterday there were brought fiom the front, as prisoners, eighty-eight non-commission-ed oil...

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. — 4 February 1863

CONFISCATION ACT. irUDLlO-No. 100. A act toiupprcts irnturrection, lopun iab trcMon and rebellion, to gcio nd onGncte the properly of rebels, end for other purposi-g. Be it enacted by Oil Senate and Jlnuse of Jtipreientalwe of the Untied Stale of Amer ica in Congress a'srmUed, Thatt-vt-ry person who thtll hereafter commit (he crime, of treason, gaiimt the United HI ate, and ball he adjudged guilty thereof, shall ulTer death, and all bia slave", if any, hall bo declared aod made free; or at . the discretion of the court, he shall be imprisoned for not less than (ire year, and fined not less than ten thousand dol lars; said Cno shall helcricd and collect d on any or all of the property, real and personal, excluding slaves, of which the aid person so convicted was the owner at the time of committing the said crime, ny sale or conveyance to the contrary, notwithstanding. Sec. 2. And be it furtJitr enacted, That If any person shall hereafter incite, set on foot, assist, or enifae in any ...

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. — 5 February 1863

I - - , ; w ' - f MM AW : -flora - r , - - . r p FUBLI3IIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF TRIN TER3. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1803. NO 255 &0 12 12 12 B. B. CONNOH & BBO., ' uoni.niMtion lur.itcii aintm, HO. OolJig 8TKHCT vr ntom Jrtat rrrelvKd an for aaue low la clow out (.unUuuicui, tKxrs.v"'''" ila by OONNOR WW hfJQ boiee aAJ.T, lor mw by CONNOR BRO. Colle ROI'IC, for I CONNOR a BBO. 10 bbla. Cm! Oil., lor nl by M CONN (IK BHO. half bill. Coal OIL, tar Mia by ap (AHNOR a BHO. 150 doteo BROOMS, for Bale br OOMNOK a BHO. bom mjaP, tonal by CONNOR BRO BO bole STARCH, lor Ml hy apl CONNOR a BKO. Umm TKA, lor aala by p t CONNOR a BHO half rueat TKA, for Ml by CONNOR a OHO oadifa TKA. fr Mia by l OON.NHR a BT.O. I buaoe Ycaat f OWDUlS.nir ale by JW ap CONNOR PRO. 4) ( eaaka SOUA, for Ml by J ap CONNOR a BRO. lOO frnaa elAltllka, lor Mia by apt . CoNNOa BKO. i) ul ' CONNOR BRO . U. Dill L'J .n. l. h...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 5 February 1863

313 J ill AtoltnUc nlttion. Fr Frsecbm and Xitionalitja . . . a. '. jiKiu 1:11, Kditor. THURSDAY HORNING. FEU. C. 18C3 ( Armisticss and Compromises. loo Cincinnati Enquirer, a very popuUr paper among our rebels, from t'io fact that it fight the A J- ministration instead of tho reliel lion, and Lurcoi.w instead of Jeff, Dayis, is a great advocate of ar- xnisticas and compromises at prc3 ut, and is makiuj vigorous r-lTorts to wulist the Democrat in tha sup port of its policy.! The following dltor!a published 1 in that paper in 18J1, shotrs what tho Enquirtr thought of " peaceful solutions',' aud compromise conrcntions in 1P0I. Theloyal men of Ttnnettue Hold to Vita vie i to-day. , - ' If W it a Democrat living in tin Krrth h hat lingering hop of bringing thus M caVai Sltlee back into Vie Union by vtuctuh'a maim, Im-tiirAgivi it up. 1 hey etui It W broimht bark by (hi ovenehe'mivg fOtiT ef tlii Federal Government. '' We hat been reluoiant to corns to such s conclu sion, but mail now to...

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 February 1863

7 .i ... r f ) A fjnsliv.lt mv T K U .11 8 i Daim lUion, pur Ann am M aoli LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL. THURSDAY MORNING, l'i:C 5, 18C3. City Subscribers Notica. The terms for th Dailjr, when drlivcr d in the city, will, In the future, be 23 cents, per wefk, or 10 dollars a year in adr ane. ' ' Hoties to News Dealers. -f rws Dc alsiii, to hats tiibib Obdkrs FILLKD rCOMfTLT, AND WANTIKO MORE tuam Onb Uusunso Copies, must sind rnm Ordhiu ih for to-morrow's Tapkb sr 0 o'clock tiiis evenixs. . . Military Blanks. For sale at this Office. Such as: Monthly Company? '.Returns, Clothing Return, Ordnance tic turn, Provision Returns, Special Requisitions, dec, &c. Soldiers Kemkmderkd ai IIoms. About two weeks since Messrs. Weymah, Hill, Yorjsto and McClvbr, all of Fitls burg, I'a., arrived here on the fleet, baring la charge over one hundred boxes of clothing of all kinds, preserved fruit, and,' in short, every imaginable delicacy and comfort that are so grateful to the slek and wounded soldier. ...

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 February 1863

- CONFISCATION ACT. Pl-BT.in Ho. lrtO. A, act to ippresi Insurrection, to pun ish treason ant) rebellion, to st-ize and confiscate the property of rin Is, and for oilier purposes. Dt it enacted by Ot Rotate and lime of Ufrreecnlalivtl of tfi Vnifed States of Amer- ' ica in Gngre.iaitemliled,1'htttticTy person who shall hereafter rominit tlio crime of treason against the United Slated, tod lull bo adjudged guilty thereof, ahull suffer death, and all his alive, if any, shall he declared and made free; or at the discretion of the court, he st all be imprisoned for noteless than live years, a and fined not less than ten thousand dol lars; said fine shall be levied and collect ed on any or all of the property, real and p-.raonel, excluding slaves, of which the aid person so convicted was the owner t he time of committing the said crime, any sale or conveyance to the contrary, notwithstanding. Sao. 2 And be it furtlter enacted. That If any person shall hereafter 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. — 6 February 1863

Vf lETTTOT T A 4U.VUA aOit: h J 1I .1 a is $v 1 o XT'1- sag- jy:-1 .y, p PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON HUNTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. VOLT. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1863.- NO 256 1 i unllw ) DIRECTORY. CITY GOVERNMENT. JOHN UUda SMITH, Major. WILLIAM HHANF., Kmrdir JOHN CHL'ilCI.IY, Martial Dtp), ManhaUW. II. Wilkinson., 1. C Tuoker, and Jannia A. rinli. Clrrln oflht AfoTaaa John C burablay,-ojl-i, 8rt; Jacob rriu.au, aoooud ; tad Tin. Mccarty, ibir Tom Am mar Willlui driver. Imw CvXUeutt A. B Khanklnul Water CWt K. B. tlarroU TVwMnrr H- ll.'iirj. IW Mutnr Tkotnna UaW. i,r(ill H'erWmiw-J. j. Dodd. .euparikiawlfltf o IA tlalar Wor. Wm. SI swart. of I'x a fljiiwinii loha M. SVaburj oaa-lon of! Cavudary-T. 11. McBndt fia-aaf llnrmr-J. L. ftevrart CVy norna E. F. Mullojr. CITY COUNCIL. B.Ktr.l af AttltmimY. M. Ilrlca, rr.im.ol ; .'oUn i'arpar, Jat. J. tumli, Kit Mullor, II. Hwml, W. . CbntiUiUi, M. U. 1. lailiorna, iiu. J C kmi...

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 February 1863

ilashvillc "Union Fjr Freedom and Nationality. ('. fTli:it EH, fcdltor. FRIDAY MOUSING, FEB. t, 18C3. The Conservative Armistice. A few days ago, in tlio Indiana llonso of I'oprpscntfttivrH, Mr. Brown offered the following reso lution: JltsolvtA by th General Assembly of tlut blul of Indiana, 'I hat it is IDs luiiKTa Ut. du(T of the Chief Execuliw of (he nation to proclaim, and we, tbun-fore, f r nd io tlx nun of III. pt-opla of the btat.of Indiana, demand the establish tnent, at aoon ai prac'icablp, of an armis tic, to the end tint a Convention rf all tit klatet may be held for lite a jmlmeiA of our national difficulties. ' Thm resolution ii followed by others advising that Congress call aid Convention, and in the event that Congress shall lail to do so, that Indiana call ono herself mid Invito all tho States to attend. We noticed tho offering of similar resolutions in tho Senate of the ami) IStato tho other day. We denounced tlio proposition then, and thomoro we consider the pro p...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 6 February 1863

r r. t: ,u n j T l'iim, pr annum flu iq " " wk K5 3 CAL AND COMMEHCIAl RIDAY MOKMSQ. FF.l. 6, lsC3. Our Advertising Patrons, lie largo mil rapidlj increin; cir 'ion of the Unioh, and the fact that rcd alike by rich and poor, citizen oldicrs, hvo called to it Support liberal patroiiago of Limine and national men generally, williont re- I to party predilection. All they t U tho Lest Diciliutn that will bring r bnainea prominently before the lie; hence the aticceij of our paper Jin advertising journal. While the ,rprninj publishers properly appre- the judgment that has made them Irecipient of so many acts of sule rial encouragement, it will continue our highest aim lo make our own irtment a true mirror, in the reflex of :h the local and buaineRS features of hrillo may be seen as Hiey really are taking it "a labor of love" to work i. he permanent prosperity of our Ba- I V y, and to increase the local, cum ial and financial advantages of her finess men. n-day it is our pleasant duty to n...

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. — 6 February 1863

. . je. c (OPrxctAi.1 LAY 3 or the UhWeA states! Passed at V Wrd Session cf the llutiy tevtnth Congress. , . ' Public No. 1 ' . AN ACT .tithoriiing the holding of a .p.cikl ir..io of th. United Slat. District Court f nt the pUlrict of Iodi- Bit enacted ct (U Senate and 'House of Paprtsenuitmeiof ti United States of Amen a in Congress assembled, That a icial ration of tha United Stales District Court for the District of Indiana ihtll be holden, at the usual place of holding kid coort,ou the first Monday in Fubru ry, in the jeer of our Lord one thousand eigbt hundred end tixtjr-three, end to ontiou in Besalon to long al the busi ttca. thereof ma require. Sec. 2, Ad be il furtlitr enacted,? hhl ill ulte end proceedings tf a ciil or crim inal naluie now pending in or returnable to eaid court shall be preceded in, heard, tried, and determined by eaid aoart at eaid entcial acssion in the same manner ae at a regular term of eaid court, Approved, December 1&, Ibvl. ' rCDLio No. 2. AN AC...

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