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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 13 February 1863

t i I ! V - . IT MUST UJ? Ci 'tl i. W-at i-ik..iawi PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF riUNTR3.-OFFICE ON miNTEUS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEEICK STREETS. VOL I. NASIIYILLD, TENNESSEE, FKIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 18G3. NO 2C2 av , t.r jr,". dv ' p DIRECTORY. CITY GOVERNMENT. joiin uc;n bmitti, i WII.I.lAM M1ANK, UrmarAn JlilIN ClIl'MUU'.r, AferiknL Inuky aior.fcufc W. II. Wilkinson, A. 0 Tocker, and Jam. A. etevia. Clm-ln tfikt If .trial John Chroihler,a-p,llrst; Jacob areuiJl, eevuud ; and Tlioe. MtCeriy, third- 1'a AtMtor William tirlvcr. & ValWiurK. 0 Shun land Wafer T'aa (Mlw K. B. ilartell TrMMTfr R. II' Dry. WW ifiiaterThoual 6vrmrimlmdtfd the IVi J. O. 1) Kill. mttlm Mater Hoe Staaait. (liir o (As rn lparfm) John M. 8buty. Wx r lU Grottier, T. H. McBrlde. Street (Mnwr J. U 1'tuw.lrt. -tVy Morat K. P. SIlillii. CITY COUNCIL. Birii of Aldrrmn M. M. Mi ten, pr.wldM ; 'ohn ('r.r, .!oi. J. Itol.l,, Fd Mutiny, If. 1. s-wl, W. B. UiiMih m, M. U. 1- I luii.nrnn, ana J' C Natlh. I kia.ru...

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. — 13 February 1863

err" Pit Freedom and Nationality. . r. iriKncrit, r.ditor. FRIDAY MORNING, FEU. 13, lPftJ The LouUville Journal grows more nd more bnurd tiid tf-lf-cuntradictory in It. tfloi tg lo priv that llio .ftemrJt (o destroy slavery is ss great crime ss tbe attempt to destroy the nation; that African slarery is ss worthy of preser vation and perpetuation as American liberty ; that tlis chains and handculls ol ho ignorant a ml degraded sUr and the whip of th overseer are ss precious a th integrity of the Republic snd tlie UessinKS of free, (imminent. Wo e now tbe secret of tbe furiously feeble ssaulls upon the Administration with which the columns of that paper hae teemed for weeks past, at a time which appeals to all patriots snd statesmen to concentrate their strength against the men who are In armed rebellion strains tho Government, leaving the discussion of political questions and party plal forms to the return of peace. It thrusts itself forward on all occasions as the pro slatery champi...

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. — 13 February 1863

igjfasteille Virion. t i: it jm s : Dijtt.t Union, pir annum . . . . 110 no ..... 25 10CAL AM) COMMERCIAL. FMIUY MOUNLVJ, Fl'.B 13. 18' 3 WMSJS.l'M.111 m'U'llllllllBWMiiUWPIWftMI'llfcllllltiiIBMli TELEGRAPHIC- NEWS. The rirer was rising at Ibis p dot yes terday, willi about nine fret on the ihoals. ' are greally Indebted lo oar frieDd H. II. Ki!f olktok for Urge bundle of lato paper s. Rinoletox Is always awake. Post Chapel. The sacrament or the lord's Supper will be adraiuistored next Sabbath, Immediately after tho morning service. Preaching on Friday and Satur day nights, at 7 o'clock. I nit Duncan, one of the oldust ant' best barben in (he city, hai recently bought oat Bill Bowlings' shop on Market trect, where he will be nappy to nee his nmuurous customers. Ike has jnat fitted up hta establishment, and it is now one of the handsomest bather saloons in Nash ville. If you want a good share, or your hllr fixed up a iu vwie, give Iks a call. Expedition of Ilia fiuabaat Juliette Chic...

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. — 13 February 1863

For Freedom and nationality. . c: cr.it, iMiior. FRIDAY 1IOIINISG, FK'J. 13, l.S(i3 California on the Proclamation, -Got. Btamfoud, of California, in by no Means tender-footed on the Emanci pation Proclamation.' Me tj in lil Mtsssgc: "On the first day of (lie present ysr the J'roiiJt nt of I li'o United .Stated, in (lie exen:ie of bis Constitutional pownrs, as a netnaary war mesuri, emancipated the millions of slaves hi Id by disloyal and trailorout master. While intended to sci-nnipliali physical rcstiltw, it yet no cessarily becomes a pre at Mural Declara tion, injuring fur ttie future, in all human probability, with the voluntary consent of loyal Statts and masters, the entire abolition of rilaverr throughout our country.' On that day t!ia freedom of four million! of people were assured, an Tent which will make it memorable a t'is commencement ol a tew era in human progress. For centuriei to come, a new and tliriliin interest will he added to the aoeiitl festival that always ushe...

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. — 14 February 1863

- , . 1 I , Am. 'fcTWMfiffTttMlnTral1lM m .aaaXaBatVWBSBES! 2SS5ES5rt tf l o w o ST p PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF FBINTERS. -OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLET, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEMCKTKEETJ. Mi i win .1 V3! V 1 Iff, 3 i l I' ' 1 VOL I. DIRECTORY. CITY GOVERNMENT. J JOHN lUiUH KHITI!, Aror. T WILLIAM 8HANK, llaronirr ; JOHN CI.L'M1IUY, MmSal. Drpmtf MaraAala . U. Wilaltnuo, A. 0. Tucaer, Ud James A. Ml. Clm-la olka JfVial John ChumMer ,-0io, aril Jv.ov r'rebch, geixind ; aud lii. McCauy, tbira To ataaaeanr . Williara Iirlv.r. (mm ColUrifrr A. B Smnklul Water Tom Collector K. II. Uurrvit VVaaaererii. llucry. HW JfaaOr Th'iuiaa !. BfriuV.tM of Ike Workbmti. U llodd. )rMiKlflW V "I" ' H'ur, Wni . Htcwar l. CHie Ihm t'm Dfjiitrlninl lobe M. !bury iwfcm eftta IWI-T. 11. Millrlde. Mreei Onwr-J. L Su-mrt. Oil AU-rfl. 1. Mulloy. CITY COUNCIL. HlrJ rfli-n.nK. M. I rlru, PrMUlalil ; 'ohn Urpr, Joe. .1. Hi.hb, Kd Hull V, It. " Humid, W. M Cb.aibiui, St. c L. lad-.r..., au.i J C tliniih. nimntm rV...

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. — 14 February 1863

Hi I -4 ) i ..,- Fir Fresdotu and Kationalitj. . V. MKIlCEK, tvdltor. f ATURt'AY KOUNlNf. FEB. 14, 1C3. Louisrille Peace Convention . The following resolution offered by Don. Mr. Wows, of Louiirillo, Lave ben adopted hj the Kentucky Lfgil tore: - ' ' 1. Pcsoh'td, Tbal nir.t rommiionrr, nix 'on the jiartof Ibe House of Kepmeoif Aiiet and lliree on Hie part of ihaSrnalr, be elected by Hie rcsH'ctite lluusm, wliost duty it shall I to prorird ti Loniiille, Ky, on the lOtb day of March, 1803, and there mt and confrr with Cuuimiftiniiera,. who may be appointed by the Hiatu named in the ut jiiiind resolution, to ronuull together a to the tate or the nation, and ill present exi frenciea ami Hie aitvedy restoration of the Union, and restoring peace to the conn try, and rnpoi t the result thereof to lne Governor or the Slate, or to thia Legisla ture, if it ahull he Oien in session. I -2 llefiatd, That the Stales of N.-W York, l'eunsylvaiiia, Illinois, Oliio, In' diana, New Jewy, Maryland, Del...

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. — 14 February 1863

r- T K Jl M S t Pul l I'kkik, per nrinnra $10 00 " " " JJ LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL. SATURDAY MORNING, FED. 14, 18C3 IWsd Ibo kdrertifleuient in to-day's pa per headed "Fifty laborers waoltd." Ths rir is rising slowly at this point, will about seven feet water on the shoals. , PiLLr Collier, tho popular and ener gelio newsdealer, ha our thanks fur late favors. Uo it obliging, and always re- mi rubers the local. An untenanted frame how, in Edge- AM, was consumed by Are eight befoie last. Yesterday was a day of clouds and sunshine. About noon old Sol got in the ascendant and we had a pretty evening, " barrin" the mud. If you want a good plate of soup, go it tho "Imperial," Deaderick street, any time between the hours of 11 and 1, to day. Messrs. J as. Spekd Ac Co., have just opened s largo lot of family groce ries at their store, No. 32 Union street. Give them a call, if yon want to get choice articles on reasonable terms. Tub Andeu-:os Timor. We learn that all the members of this Troop, e...

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. — 14 February 1863

gUshviilc Virion, For Freedom find Nationality, ft. C. MKXCt.lt, F.dltar. SATDSdAT MORNIN'fJ. IT.B. 1. 13C3. Eloquent Freroration. One of most eloquent speeches of ths present sr-ssion of Congress, was tha ' of Hon. Homes Maysahd, of Tennessee, deliTrred In (be House on Saturday lssl : I But the Union It wss il rlch word of the hour. The Uoion as it n wlvnt When Wsaliingtgn, ! suppr.ss pebellion, sent Into Vtro rcnnsylY nis Ufieen thoussnd men, iindrr llie coci. mind of hit neighbor and friend, Uener sl Le Ik'i.erai Lee, who, could be W ars (lie abodes of ftlory, would unite and confound his traitor son? Vhen Web ster and Clay rallied to the niKrt of Jackeon, and sent treason, whipped and abashed, to its Islr? When Millard Fill- XDr, called to acconnt for the dispusiiion of bia llueta in ttie harbor of Cliai-li'SUm, replied that he wa not responsible- fur v hi olfluisl conduct to the Governor of South Carolina? Or a It wss in the waning and waning day of a later Ad ministration, whe...

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. — 15 February 1863

- V . . .- -rirai i ii ii i rTTTM-iinr nimi. nil mm iiiTiMi-n irwinii nniiiiMiniii-ww m mmi ihmhimw inn i jiiii iilI f ' hw umi HMm i mit i Tina niiirr- - 11 - . - ... i inm kiiis i i in mm mm ft n miiihiiht! h n ni.s.m L HMJ rUBLISHED BY AN ASJJOCIATION OF miNTEIlS. OFFICE ON THIN TEES' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEEICK STREETS. VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1863. NO 204 tsfe .1 DIRECTORY. 1 c'Tt GOVERNMENT. , JUll HCUH EMITH, Jfagr. ' -WILLIAM BlIaVN'E, Aseanlar. JonS CIIUMBLKV, JarsJUI. UM) MVsAals W. II. Wilkinson, A. U. Tucker, end JatucS A. Mai le. . ie-t ele Virtu JcitniniiimlilT,-oCI,Bri Jauob French, around ; ml Ibon. McCariy, ibiia , IVus Assessor---William DrUor. Bwniim Cull A. 3 . Sh.mkland 'aw Tin Collator I. II. Oarrclt IVwnr-K. Hears:. AfasMr Thon.as Ial;e. Bnpsrialm.twl e ls SraraaouseJ. J. 1 "td . .Vujr(Hla olAe HW Wur asWm. viewer i. OWe e AW Fvs lrftn-Joh M. Beabury. Basioa W las Omtenr T. II. MeBrld. JalreSI Psarsser J. L. HUwart. Uu AllurMf ...

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. — 15 February 1863

I. For Freedom and Nationality S. C. nEHCKII Kdltor. SUNDAY MORNING, FEU. 15, 18G3. Andy Johnson of Tennessee.- IheOlds Le Mature has invited Got. Johnson, of Tennney to epak in lh Hull of the House at Colurulm', on Hie 2ih In it. Wt hope that he will bt able : trapond to tha invitation. There re B few men living to day deserving ot - bigW honor thn Gov. Johnson. We i,,,'ouia Uou tbt lt piorthprn nicn were onlj true, faithful, and loyal aa he has proved hiiuielf lobe. SuiuliteTty (0.) abater. ' 'We find Iho above announcement, and the additional fine that Governor John son hat been invited to address a grand Union MWtiu. at Indianapolis, widely circulated through our loyal sachaiigis, . attended with tha expression, of an ear- fc ' dcsi wisnjor u over nor Johnsons com. I- I ! . 1't . i- i piiancc. . n oat mt intentions are, or ' whether a constant pre More of official business will allow Lis absence from this . . place, at present, we are finable to state i But to oor irimidi in the...

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. — 15 February 1863

i 1 ' i i V 0 1 T I! li M 3 Usui Union, n'f ati num.... .. M ,10 110 LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL. SUNDAY MOIiyjNO, FEU. 15. 1SG3. Ymlerday wag St. Vaichtimk' dY, and the customary little love miNtirrt Wcro cRtlored mound on every band, heddiug (lieic raj of gladness, into the loving corners of many n nnxiuut he art. 'Who knows how many toluivn tow were made periiintiitnt through the gency of . f estvrdaVa Vnleufineg 1 Or how many J coquettish beautit-i . rend their heart- mortgage- with a trot of the loot, a proud ton of the head, while eyet hrighlcncd . and checks warmed into changeable and . dolphin-like hues-; as these tows found an anchorage in heaving bosoms. There is not a word in Wkfutki's unabridged that go awakens a maiden's sensibility as "vou$." It conjures up those dim, . shadowy and ravlnhingly blissful and confuted vIhIoiis of the time when flirta tions will be ended, and coquetting and folly given U when care and anxiety will be sweetly intermingled with, the quiet happiness...

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. — 15 February 1863

jy,aiBf?,.!'gJ:rrjiiiiuM.iiiUAiiiiBii fc ."U For Freedom and lVfttionality.'-' ;i:r.-rr-r- SUNDAY MORNIN'G, FEB. 15, JSCS. TWr,ert 5 Fiirht of ; Forrcst-A A"a'w w Treacheroui Enemy. . t TtIlnotaYiU Advocate giff the par ticular of a desperate fight which Crn. Furrr.l bad t rrker'i Crow Road, about 30 mile northwest of Lexington. T.n., on h" WM r'lurft- 4ng from liil auccr.sful fTpcditiort in Vet Tnneio. ; B met' eevpn full rogiwenti of th Abolitionist, who wis ed th white 06 in token or orreoacr. "He approached to rec.fie their irmt, -ken another hr-avr cnlnmn, nf 10 roei rrjfnt, cme on hit flunk and rear, aud b,pn lo fir ot his men, and the pr tlif who bid raised, th . white Hag, hernnaltr Idinnd in the firinR. The ' .r.lUul Furrft aud his brave men re r;,nfl the tire Yisorriuslyv Tbey had s onlr ten rminrl of amiumiilion, tired si rounds and then iou?d wictr way o., with a loss of 500 killed, wounded and e.lsainir. The killed, re estimated at .nir.() tha wonndvd at 100 to 200 iher...

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. — 17 February 1863

J .7 e PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF TMSTEH3 OFFICE ON HUNTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. 'NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1803. VOL I. NO 2C5 RE-OPENING OK TUB CITY BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ! rjUIH UNDESIGNED WOULD l(E3 lKitfully inform Ilia public that be bM re opens ! th City Bakery anil Coiifo Uoiiery, aud It preuand to furnish FRESH BREAD, CRACKERS, CAKE?, CANDIES, .., A.( to At th brtt noltc, tad In any qnaiiUljr. I am tuit.iotly roeiTipg GROCERIES OF tVKItVj KIND, FEESH EGGS, EUTTER, &o., wlilch I will sl. Kw for "h,ar,l as cheap a n l bought In tha cltf. SUTLERS AND DEALERS, tornr purchasing etsewhere, will do well to give n,e a eall. I will promise to give satisfaction to ail who may fuvor me with their patromg", as ther ra nnna but the brat workmen inp'.uyed In mjr ts tabllshmeot. Notice to Dealers aud the Public. I will aunntaiitly bava on baud, at wholiwale and retail, FRESH CIDER, having made arraiignmenti to obtain It regularly from t...

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 February 1863

X and Rationality . CI. ffir.UCFJi, KAUar. TUESDAY MORSISO. Fi n 17. 1803! Teace Convention Played Out. The bobby of p,ce convention re ceived loat kick from Joiisc Vak nc t, st ft grt Democratic meeting. He pron.mncrd Hie project for holding ft Fcsce Convention, t the present time, imprsclicftble. Considering tint be w aft one of Hit original dvicr of Ihie pro ject, wt bope oar Kentucky friends will re-consider their proposed Legislative Tetce Convention. It csn result in no good, nd mtf work infinite mischief. Mr. Van Bibf.s said : Our friendi in Illinois who propose (o endeavor to hold a convention, will find it barreu tank, because the South is de termined not to return, and until their armies have power to resist and put us down this war must go on, and those who would attempt to stop it will be carried away by the torrent. (Loud applaue and a few hi'ses ) lliese ari my coin ions niT personal views. And now let us consider what is the best Diode of prosecuting the war. I 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. — 17 February 1863

TJS j1) ''TT tehviHc Simon. T H U M 8 t i.t f'aioa, per annum ...... .... hi no 23 1L AND COMMERCIAL. ESDAY MORNING, H 21. 17, 18a. ears indebted to our old friend, 'Wm. lki.land, for late Cinrinnnli papers. L!.r Collier Las our (hanks for. Isle r. jist night Ilia river was rising alowl ii point wun enotigu water on the It for all steamboating purposes. as m vkaflier was cool and clouilr yea- ay and toward night it commenced rig. What weather ! la ---- - 11 1 you want to get a handsome and (ifullj- finished Talcntine, go to R. wouton's, at (ho rosloffiee Build Mr. S. also has on hand a large f books, stationery, etc. o ili.t Collier, at No. 22i Cherry St., received Oodey's Lady' IUok for :h. Qo and cct it. and an vlhinrr elan ' j o want In his lino. ootF.T Book 1'uund. Yesterday nVg Judge Ekiek found, in front of flics, a ppc kot-book containing ol- ' paaa and a small autn of money. owner can get it by calling on the ;e at hit ofllce, on Cherry slrerY r. Howard F. Evans, a member of...

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 February 1863

;sjsaatk-' 'ut. ' i U '.i , . i t imaslivtilc pinion.: For FrWlora aad nationality. b of eld a. c niijiT.it. r.auor. TCK.SDAT MORN I NO, TT.O. 17. IMS. Rneech of General Flnnell in the Kentucky Legislature. Wo extract Ibe following pasiag from the Frankfort correspondence of the v....:. -ma .Iniimnl : Tbcr ii t ho true 1)IIHIIHB rlnff of patriotism 5o thrm.- At eleven o'cloik tbe Home went info tbe discu.sion of the Federal IieUtion General Finnell having the Door, opened the tlibato ia a ap'-em o - . i , A 1, olnnnonne. lc"f ?!... r .. rnru,l,nce. The hall 'he w. crowded io iuflotaiion. With much dicffliil'r I obtained a corner in the up- e.re per K.lb ry and stood the aixiy .n.n.nc. , . . . t . . a . . .. r- i !i n All I aim am hit tnreo w i i.,....8 much nlcasnre. Of course, I cam.ot re port tlie apeecti, Din vni Kie you a lewol Hie atrikinR points, il. aiarted but bv sayinir that he sol i ,.,! that. much, very much, depended upon the present action of Kentucky. Let her pursue 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. — 18 February 1863

, IT MUST Jj k . V " - ' 1 - f - ' ' '. V tr o p rUBLISIIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTEK3. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEIUCK STREETS. VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1863. NO 206 ffll riw ft?) ffil a' RE-OPENING OK TIIK VA A. A- 17L11. JJXV -A. AND CONFECTIONERY I rjlUE UNL)i:il3IGNEU WOlLfi KK3 pectfully Inform tin publio Hint ha haa r opened tht City Bakery nil Confectionery, and Is prepared to furulMt FRESH BREAD, CRACKERS, CAKE 5, CANDIES, . v , ' At (be shorte.t u.llco, iid In any qnantiljr. I Bui eui.tuntly recolviug GEOCERIES OF EVKRYj KIND, tEESH EGGS, BUTTEE, &c, which I will (all low for caah, and u ehe-ip ee can ba bought Id Ilia city. SUTLERS AND DEALERS, bofore purcbn.ing eleewhero, will do well to give ma aitlL I will prouilae to glva eatiafactlou to kit who may favor ma with tlndr pittron.ig., aa there are Dona bat tha but workmen employed In my es tablishment. Notice to Dealers and the Public. I will cimHUntly have on bau...

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 February 1863

lit Freedom ttni Kationaiityi a. o. nmxc im, F.jir. WEDNESDAY HORNING. KEG. IS, 18C3. TVby it it perfectly conieivativ to kill the lT-owncn, and yet rati ir l to anticipate tlio lc? Kashvill Union. Prcmitintr that tbe Uuion by a figure of iprech hert put the ilare-owncr fur thtrrbrl in irmi, we will antwer Hi quritiou, for tbe answer coreri tlie whole ground of .confmtiam optioned to rtnioallsm ia lot alruirjle. , The nwfr is Iwufold. 1, IWmi tbe Utter it contrary to the ronstituiioo nrl tbe Uwtbf war, and tbe former imi'L 2. Bru the lattrr ' rves to tirongolo ' the uecpM of the rebellion, arid the furm r doesn t. r ' ' ' ' In other word, the latter i fa'ie in ,, principle and fnlfe in policy, tending to , ileRtroy , thai Union and Constitution, , , whiie the former, on the contrary, in right in principle and right in policy, tending, in tint moat unhappy exigent-?, to pre . aer?e the Union and. tbe CoiiHtitulion . Therefore, the one ia conservative or pre , set valive, and the othe...

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 February 1863

X y KTasliviMc itniou. T T. It M H : DatLT tlo, raw annnm " " week , .fio LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEU.' 18, 18(13. The Cumberland ii Blill riding, with at ltat firu-cn foi l water on the Shol. Tli weather continue! cloudy, with very flittering prospects of (till mure rain. Our street at now the delight of all appreciative puddle ducke. . .Oar politest bow is made to L. Block Si Co., 72 east aide of the Fublic Square for "bottled favors." Give them a call. Browm & Co., College street, will ac cept our thanks fur lato papers. Every thing in the way of Stationary and Newspapers will be found in great abundance at tlioir establishment. Do you love good buckwheet cakes? If you do, don't fail to call on our friend Wm. Lvoir, No. 41 South Market street, lie prcHentud us with a sample of buck wheat, which we pronounce unequallod. Thank you, Mr. Lyon. for tli Ualou. Tennessee and Alabama Refugees The refugees from Tennessee, Alabama and other Southern States, now in Nash ...

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 February 1863

3ls5lirHU-3tutottr For" Frtodon and' Kutionality. . I. (!, MKIH'EIt, r4ur. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 18, 18G3. The Position of Senator Morgan. B.fors the Republican nomination for 6eator was mads in Kew Yoik, Got. Morgan wrote a lei fir, (jVsigciefJ lo lie sepn by thi nembtTi of the Legislature. In it be indignant! ropclf the imputa tion that be did not cordially support Gen. Wadsworth last fall, and announ ces that he is Unchanged in prinrlplo. II o says : . 11 pr.lilioal principles I hare do bUit olteii, and foUiol during' the last four years. They have uiidorgonr no r.lianjre, bnt are the same to-day that ther wet wbf n wag elected Governor in 1858, and !o when re-el.cled in 1800. Tho Emancipation rrotlamalion of the President, snd every other measure f it supprombg the rche'.lion which tnay U aibpled hjOm Government, will be heart ily supported by noe. Fn.m Hie Luulivl le Democrat. A Oreat Falsehood" There is nothing more difficult than to eradicate from the puhlic mlml error ira ...

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