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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 19 February 1863

1' ! "?.. I?' 7 t 11 1 . , ,. . . , , , ;. - : , rUBLISIIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF rETEES. OFFICE ON TKINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. , .'..1 ... ' VOL L 7 . NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, .FEBRUARY 10, 1803. . ;', ': .. . .: NO 207 ma a i H' i ii mn i ii i I i ' ' 111 '" j.mm.m ii i j in . ii i i '"L!!LLl,.!l!!iJJlI L.."1". ' . j. ,j.-".".Jl' ; P.E-OPENING OF THE CITY BAKERY ASD CONFECTIONERY ! rjllJK UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE3 pectfully Inform the Imblie tint he Lh tt opimJ lh City Bakery and Confucllotiery, and la prepared to furntt.l fresh buead, crackers, CAKE 3, CANDIE3, AC, to., Ae It tli atiorle.t notice, tut la an; quantity. I a a e mitAut y receiving GROCERIES or IVKIlYj KIND, . FEESH EGGS, EUTTEE, &o., which I will sell lw for oaih.and u oheapei eaa be bought In the oily. ' SUTLERS AND DEALERS, bafora purchaelngiliM-whrre, will do well to giro ma a oell. I will promMa to give Inti.facllon to ail who amy fuvor ma with their putioiug', ai than ara Bona bu...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 19 February 1863

Jtobvillc "Union For Freedom and 27ationlity a. c. mnnciu, r.ditor. THURSDAY MOftNtSO. FEB. 19, 1MX Ths I'maEcipalion Proclamation niay bars brn impolitic, but it it certain tint tlistvil results, which Us opponent pre--Uicttd would (Mow its publication, hsv hoi yet appeared. The Proclamation was -issur-d on the first of January, seven weeks, or near! two months sgo, snd no dotutstic carnage auJ slave insurrection Lave, followed, that we havs hoard of. Ou th contrary the slaves seem to hv a been unusually pescefiil and quirt.' Their 'toaster halt risen sainst the Govern went by thousands, but they have uot lifted their hands against tit families of s their mssfers. Rrbrl wbiti soldier! have hot and hung loyal citizen, ud have butchered women in cold blood, 1 Robrl lava ewner have violatod the persons f helplo f;msles, and laid the homes of lojsl people In ashes, and pu-jietrali'd u thousand outras, so atrocious that it seemed a if bell had been permitted to bold it saturnalia 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. — 19 February 1863

gjastellle attdon. r V. ft J 8 J fiaiLT l!m, wt innnn 110 ID) ToUtE CoCBT. Tlis murals of oof city are evident!" improving1. Tulw day on! (wo curt graced tin record of our police proceedings. L. Burner and r. N. Tenill wrre op for being " eliglitu- allj in(oii(uIed." ,Tb- were fined three dollar and costs, ech. LOCAL AM) COMMERCIAL. TurustJAY mousing, ff.h is, ih63- Cumberland river U sljll dwelling at this point, with nr-arlf twenty feet wa ' tor tm lUrpolh shoals. To-night i tho regular meeting night of the Nashville Union Club. Don't fail (o attend. Th room at the lower end of the market-house, np-atatrs, ii the place. A ruHurjii M IsgTiTUTiox." Under the superior and experienced management of those No. 1 "landlords," Messrs. Gilmak, Newman Sc Graham, theTXw'yarkniifaat becoming a popular place of resort for every body who loves to "live like a Prince." If you want something good to half a mil above the working party, wiiich haa bad several akiruiislit-g with the enemy, and eonie...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 19 February 1863

For Frfecdora and nationality. '' n. c. r.ditor. apwnwwuw 1 1 mi. hi mm TUTIUDAY MORNING, FIT.. 10, 1SB3. New Cotton Fields. Bjr the last California ateamer we hate ; rrcrirari pome important intelligence in relation to the fucccsaful cultiration of col ton on the Fauific. The editor of the Bulletin (SaaFruciaoo,), In tha. Journal of the 2-lth tilt, .art: "Wo have in our poiraaion cotton bolls in maturity grown this season at the ranch on Thou. 11. St'lby, ( partner In . business of C. Nnylor, of thit city,) Ilcd- , wood city, San JIateo county. They arc , the product of iced hrmiuht from New Orloani by a nun in Mr. Hclby'a employ, Not k'ithat anding the avaaou waa aix weeks holier than oaoal, the i!ant ma tured, and exhibits a fair quality of what ia termed Upland cotton, ehnrt ataple. Tbo climate of the Kedwooda cannot be no favorable fur 1bia ataple at many .-. others, and yet the experiment aeemi to hare been measurably auccetsful. Those inWf atoii can toe the co'tuo, tither in ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 20 February 1863

.. i. .1. , - . , . -,, i , i . r . . . ' " ' '" T " ' 1 ' 1 1 1 -' PUBLISHED BY AN. ASSOCIATION OF PEXSTEB3.?-OrnCK ON riUSTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEEICK STREET3. .::4;;..; AH .A NASIIVILLE, ;TENM;SSEE;rRIPAY,:rEBRUATlY 20,1863. VOL I. NO 263 irt ..... - ( - t , .. j lt' V I'D nt)T?MTIT n ; I? iV iJ " U 1 ajj ai a, ai vi p OK THE I CITY BAKERY ASD COHFECTlOtlERY 1 rpiiK USDEUSIGNEI) WOLLU KE3 peetfullf Inform lbs public kiul opened lb City Bakery and ConfsOlloiiary, not b yrard to fiirnl.h FRESH BREAD, CRACKER3, ' . CAKES, . CAKDIE3, Ac, Au., All Al tU. ibui twt uutluo, anJ In I an cuutuial'jr rarlvla( G.ROCE1UES OK KVEIlVjKIXD, FEESH EGGS, EUTTEE, dto., wutcli! wlU aoll low fr uaah, and u ch'dp ai nan , . ' in lionUI la th dir. SUTLERS AND DEALERS, befora purclmilnj tUawhorr, will do wi'U to git uia call. I will proralso la glva tatlkfaciinn to all whn mar fnvor me with lliclr natronag. at thera an Done but the bil rkmn employed In my Ublinbiupal. otlco to Dealers and th...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 20 February 1863

Far Freedom and Rationality a. c. miihcss, editor. FRIDAY afOKXISQ, FE3. 20, 18C3, We notice In the special dispatches from Wsshingtun to . (be Cincinnati Oaulle, that Sen tor Wilson hat reported ' Crom the Military Committee adtersoly to the House bill for the organisation of the negro army, on ihe ground that the law cl.liat session confers all the power firea by thi bill ''!- The, diapalcb tdJs tlyitthe bill over which inch a clamor has been raised by ntrvout politicians diminishes , instead of incraing the pawer the Tresideiit bad already for employing negroes. The intention is, no doubt, to use the negro soldiers ia bo marshy and niiastnatio regions along the coast, whore it would be unhealthy for large bodies of white soliices to be employed. There ia every reason to buliuvs iha tU negro can be used with great effect as scouts, sharp shooters, and spies, in these localities, and that severe blows can be thus struck kt the rebellion, at points where resist? ante will be impossi...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 20 February 1863

1 T K It M S S DiltT Ueion, p..r annum UI (IV .. sit We. LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL. JlilDAY MOUSING, FEB. 20, IMS One haotlrud and Ihuij.ltnj Cjofrtler. ate prieonert are to .. here this morninjr, on tha card, to b confined in C amp C'baae until exchanged. The KasLtilU Union Cub will meet thii evening at three o'clock. Mayor 1 Surra informs ui that tbi club now hat two hundred and t wenty member!. Mr. Lckik, of the Adann Expreia, and Mr. Tbuesdail, have our Ibanka for farora taat night The Committee on Celebration desire to atate that thirteen Union lidiea, of this city, bar kindly volunteered to ting a patriolio aong on thea occation of the annivertary of the one hundred and thirly-Crtt birthday of the lmmortaj Washington, which will take place at the Capitol, on Monday next. . Thkatrb. The "Honeymoon" and "Taming a Tiger," were well received last night. To-night we are to b fa vored wiili th popular and pretty play of the "Lady of Lyons" d "The Lot tery Ticket." We are pregnant with a ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 20 February 1863

p CSS For Freedom and Nationality. FRIDAY MQENINO, FKB.,20, 1C3. Keffrjet rigMisg is ths Eanks of C ' "" . tlie Rebels'. ' Ths fullowing JettciconUining fads of ranch interest to the public, is printed by the author's permission fntho WsMi ingtoo Republican of yesterday : ; Wakhinotox, I). 6., Fib. 2, J8C3. ' Hon. 'H'illum Wiitvy,' fW i ofiU War Department; 7 ': , "plii Sm: Wbilo Vwkfown, toon flcr il eTscaalion by the rebels, I wat Informed, that during Ibe siege ths guns iu those fortification were manned and aerTed by nogrors, who, wra recognised a soldiers In ihe rebel army. "A Un dayi subsrqurntlr.at West Point, the flay alter the Jifr.li4 at, that placw, 1 wa informed by shms of our ollicefj and men engaged in that tluht, that dating the engagement oar forcee encountered full uomoany of nerof'S, armed and equip ped, gi rvlng in fliu rebel aroiv tbat laid tiero eoldiera drove a pmtion jf our force into a swamp and deliberately cut the thro Hi of our olllcora and men, and that o...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 21 February 1863

7 U1 tel-.a.-i . i,. -v ' o n w.t v Si v. .. - ' r vei-.ifjT,, A- l 111! It ?t lk9 a r s i . 1.1 jx - IB 5 I ' : ' : " 1 ' rrr " ' T I 4 PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF FmTEBSFrTtfB ON PRINTERS' ALLEY,-BETWEEN UNION AND DLADKMCK STREETS. ' ' ' " . ' - r i i ii ' - - i I'-"- .1 - Tr ' I - ' ' ' ' ' ' . '' ' ' ' " )L.i.:: .:" ." " " " nasiiville, Tennessee-situedaY;:;fbruary C im. . ;', .. . ;:Nojco, 1 1 1 i.i 1 i.iin,;... ..MM.,, in.,,,. n. urn 1 ij jjj j 1 11 ijmi L'JUJIl-LIUE-JL! lLJlJ!ijlLl!!ilJL',-lJ 1-1 ..?ll!TSg'Jr-,rrig V Jr OPENING ov Tim TV BAKERY OIiFECTIQ:;EP,Y ! RE3- r Tsiuri tli fuU.O tl.nl le ro-uiu i :sn BREAD, ..... 1 ..." 1 " ' " 1 -" CAKEi, CANDIES, Ac, i , Ac i ,., - ,,1-t , -ji Ui ahorioii notlu, and m any uUt)r. ROGEIIIES fr 1VEUYJ KIN'D, ESH EGGS, BUITEE, &c, I will imll' lowltor cr'h, tnit ohup eo v-i bought In th oily. TLKUS , AND DEALERS, purcbaalUK rlMwhtro, will do well to give ma I will promlae to glra tifcl!"n to all iar fiTor ma with th-lr pntron.ig:,...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 21 February 1863

'Jw:lH'ni"t?'r;.,!CTTigi iwiwiiw''!'yp)i r:; i 1 - 1 ?! only yr Freedom fcad Uation&lit-n v. c. ncutjfe.it, r.diior. IATCRDAT MORNING. FKft, 21. lea Ths Louisrill" Legislative Conven tionAnother .Scheme for Mis . chief. ' One branch of the Kentucky Legiula- tor dm adopted a proposition- that the "conKrfTktift" Legislatures (ball hold a conference at in early day, at Louiiville, reapeetinjf tb condition of National aft fain. .What question -w ill engage tba aUeutiun vJLlbis, Lriala'.irt'-icca'er!K' are tba set -forth lit the noted ' Peace Bj1ufione -of the 'Illinois ''Ct pjrhratt Legislator, two of Which are as follow: tftoMhW. That peace: fraternal TeU- tloosancl politioal fellowship shnulrt be reiSOred among the Htatee; that the best interest Ot all and the welfare f man kind require that thi elioul be done tn the mr).t speedy 'and i ellecUve 'manner that ii is ta the peoples we nrnat look for a restoration of tb Union and tb bless- incivet peace, and tallies end We ehall dires...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 21 February 1863

glasbvillt 'Men. ; T 13 15 A I H t Daii.1 I'oinn, per aiianra .1 .,K.. tin m LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL SATURDAY MOBNINO. Vl'.Vt. 21. 18C3 Tin NashvilU Union Club will meet, t ilio uausl placo, t li i tTening at thr o'clock. YatrdaT wag lit first real pleasant day of uninterrupted aunshiua tbat tl citizen! of havs erjeyed far four wn kl. Cumbrttand riwr is now " booming," with entirely loo mud water in ita chan nel for comfort. Wa will not, however i liars an orciflow, unless a great dual more rain falls soon. - Notice o Won.Miur. The ngular re ligious serviofa tint liave been liold at. th Tost Chapel, lt Baptist Churrh, on Cherry street, will be resumed at the Andrew Charge M. L. Church, near the old Medical Otllfpo. Scrriees st 10 A. M., c;; r. ii., Sabbath. our Court. That a "nhort horse is soon curried," was fully ciorop'.ifled yc l lerdsy morning before his Honor Itecor der Hhasi. John MoTsgtio was up for being disor derly, lie was curried down to the amount of one dollar and costs. ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 21 February 1863

tiiC SATURDAY MORNING, -jLiX.-LO-. FEB. 21, Correct View of our Nationat'8tn'.g- While (ha aris'ocrar of Trance and England ara inilustriotislj- la!orinp:fo make themselves sad tha world llorrl that tlie Union cannot b re stored,, It is gratifying to meet wllhsuch an f i jxi tiot( s (bat made by a distinguished Trench acbular and statesman, . Lpotjabd La Di'url!, niPOi')r of the Itisli'uic, ami a jii fcti'snortn rtis college of France.' We give a few extracts from b!a article, pub lished in the Iievut Nutirmnlt, , Of the in herent principle involved ia the eoulrii . r.j, u. ZJt ' ' i To every caodid observer, it is evident that all Mm Whin ta on the Houtbrrii idea, fU i not necesary l be Montr qnirn in ordnr lit uouiprfhend that par ty whom liry'thiiijr'' threati'titl, 'ami " who, tiif niir'i eiifcar Auiultioa rl prKIu,; brrak tbe'Nafinnal Union and teara ila couulr) In tw'Haa' tto'rlfrht to the ejmpalhy oi Frenchmen, As for the ceptiiniieiion ol slaterjr.ttlwrV f wm lh must, be tel...

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. — 22 February 1863

' - -i . - - '" ' " ' - - - - - - - .- i iiiTili imi mill i " i' iWtJL.i-f.' ' . . ' j.. i i.. j a. . i'-Hn"" a-aa,-. - -A-T . 7 ri rTiriiiiiiiiiriiiiiii ! n i.J. ihthim ,,,, wWM?at.eveM-a'-.a teart'-av...yd7 Ifl. ftf''iyjtf'Mrfc.-,4flijwf A., ... . .-.,. ir1 n-.--ri i-Tf-i m. S IBi Ih rf IW i .WBI . 'i " " '" ' ' ' " " " i - i i ' - ""' ' 1 "'- ' 1 " ' -"... I, ... .. ' ,. ; ' KleJVm ; , 'r. 'UOrJ 'f ti. ,t -!..!.;: .?;': ' IT MUST- '2s . V T, , PUBLISHED BT AN ASSOCIATION OF FEIN TEE3. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEC1CK STREETS. NASEVILLE, : TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1863. NO 270 VOL J. 72. 72 the I'SIOXNWl'SDVOPvEVER! L. BLOCK & CO., No. 72, East side Publio 5cuare, NASHVILLE, TENS., JJAVE C'jMIS TO TUIi CnV'WtTU A UUOB vroc'Kor ' ' WHOLKBALW j SUTLERS'1 SUPPLIES! Of all Dticriptiont anl KlruU. , .A.IVSO, " A vary lrg lURurtnivnt tr Champagnes, Wines- and Bitters, TUOETllKIt WITH CIOAR3, TOUACCX), BH0E3 and BOOTS, And muy othur nrllo'w iixt nutimruui...

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. — 22 February 1863

tit Freedom anl Nationality . C. nimCFIi, Rdltor. SUSDAT JIORN'ISCJ, FKR. J2. 18r,3 TO-DAY. Ons pissing tad reflection strikes trvry patriotic mind perhspl, on (Lit umlver- rjr of the birth-day of Wabhinotoji, How fr, oh, hoir far, vory fr, Las our conntrr strsved from tlis counsel, and fareV'tll sdmooitions of its illustrious fuundrr! Haw wido the gulf whi Ywns bftwrea the Republic whii-h hit fancy formed, snd the wild serins of sn- --j - guided nd wicked poplo Lsve crested ! It is indeed humiliating to think that the happiest snd most prosperous nation on the globe should bo tnsde the most wretched by the countryman of 'Wasu iwoToi?. ! ' Not thus would it hare been with us had we followed his example. lie taught us the Irsson of freedom slid virtue, both by precept and csample. He Warned us of the infinite curses which would follow the disunion of the Slates He wss the loc to monarchy and aristoc racy, and not only refused the kingly odlcr when it was tendered to him by some of hi...

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. — 22 February 1863

. f itasfcville HMw, . t i: u m is : tlt Union, pot nnnm ..10 or) ... M LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL SUNDAY HORNING Ftll. 22.' 18.a Three liundivd bales of coltun litre recently arrived at New Yuk from Bra til. Oun IiiAtiNo Mattm. To-ilay we present our 'reader with large mount of interfiling reading matter. It will continue to bo our aim to make lhi Unos a welcome );ust Vike p tlie c, J p and firc-slde. Heading of interest, inatruction or aniuacinent will be found od every page. y Uoots Asn Shoes. Mr. J.W. Lajib hi j justopened, at No. 47 Market street, a large and well assorted slock of hoofs and shoes. See advertisement in to-day 'f paper, and give him a call.- Messrs. Alt.kn'& Co., of No. 20, Cherry street, have on hand a large and well selected assortment of all kinds of mili tary books. They also keep constantly in store the finest arid best stationery to be had in this market. In short, they have everything that is generally found ins first-class book store. Our thank, gentlemen,...

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. — 22 February 1863

MIL?'-'- '- - -'- - For Freedom and Nationality. ft. V, MFIICI II, Editor. SUNDAY MOUSING, FEB. 22, 1803. Liberty of th Treis. " " " The Administration Iiasbeen denonnc td j ?cry psca4o-coBerlirt con rentioa and newsiisper in th eonatrY, Ucaas soma of its subordinate officials bar auppnssed or suspended tempo rarily certain newspapers, for seditious publications of the mots trsasonabl character.' 'Maoy person era toblio that thtre is no.limil to the liberty of lite press. J What constitutional liberty of the press In, w may saf ouradrpi th trou hi of staling, by extracting the follow lug from Story on tb ContUiition, mo. 1830:'. The' next clause of the amendment feepeoU the liberty ot the press. JiTLst ta ererr citisca an absoluta ritht to 111 uiruumoui " - ...- . sk, or write,, or print wbaloTt-r he mieht pleaae, without any responsibilitr, public, or prirate, therefor, tea wpposi lion too wild to be induced bf an ra- . il..n1 man Thl rnulu ha to 1 (Iff to er citizen to destroy at ...

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 February 1863

. . ,T. Miwii"iii.'ii!!ii,'mn.;n, ph-iw 1 "j.";1 "ft . A 7rrni MM X PI OL , ? p PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP PEINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. nr i?miiMTs .NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 18G3. NO 271 VOL I. r' I f A . ' k. 6., 79 sS?.fit55v I .A- WiJS5r .72 THE r.JIONiNWANDrOUl'VKU! Ian aw L. BLOCK '& CO., No. 72, East eido Fublio Square, N AallVILM:, II J J WE C JMK TU STinX (Jr Wil.4 1.1TY Wfril A LALCHC SUTLERS' SUPPLIES! Of all DcrqliiiM uid Kindt. ALSO, Twy lai imnrtiii'-nt i'f Champagnes, Wicea and Bitters, ToOKTHim WITH CIGARS, TOBACCO, SHOES and BOOTS, And many olli.r nr;lo' too nuii-erwi to urn H- n Ulv iw mil. Uuxls mint tell Clump and Quitk. I.. II1.4X K tc ( ., Nil. '2 Kaalalde l'libllu S(nlr. Ml IB If Mack Ii. Ubovkb can In fcmud at tin abore buu-io, aud would bo hippy t " bi.old cu.tnnntia, and will pruuiptly fill ull orJm. rtvulvi-d, ATTENTION ! JI'JT It'TKlVKU BY IUVEL1I AND lOH KAI K AT No. 74 Public Square....

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 February 1863

ww wn iwiBallwu ww iaia.1. Put Tuition and ITationalitjri l.C. F1 Eflf'KIt, Editor. TUESDAY HOUSING. Fl it. 24. 1803 Inquiry Relative to tho Cotton and Ctuer TraCio on tho Mississippi lliver. Wau Department, Vahiiin(iti!,) ' t ; . Fctrv 13, 1803. f Onlcml that a cuutl of iuauirr. con sisting of tbrfe c m putt n I i(!icT nl rscortkr, lie organized to inquire and re port . . First WhctUr any and what c.UlcerS i la scrtics Lists bseu engaged or directl . or iiidirec'l participated in traffic in celtsii or other product on the . Mistm , aipm rifer r ita tii iiitaritM, to what ex ,, teut, under wliat circumstances, and with i. all tlie iarliiiiars of the transaction. , Sccund Whether any and what niili . larjr olllcera litse been granted lirense or piTiuita for trade, to whom, at what tim, with all the pmticulars llirreuf. . Third -Wlielhrr biiv and what inili . lary oflicir hae uai'd or permitted tin , tine ol Uoverunicnl trntiortation or nlir puhlio properly for prWste pur poses. f our...

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 February 1863

'!' 4 ; ft M s : Dail.T Calm, per aimum ' wi'k Ill) on Si LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL Tl'KSDAV 1' UNINU, fill 2i IMI I The riviT was Tailing here yMrrtlav, slowly. Li id still Tory liigli and we may yet Imvo an overflow. For a wonder, yetlmlay was a clear ami pleasant il.iy. Didn't rain ft drop. Wo bavc liu police report lo publish tliif niiirnint;, Tor (he (simple reason tint liat "institution" didn't transact any liusini'Ss yesterday. Nkw Mime. "I love yon, do you lnvc ine V" lithe title oT a pretty oii; just iucd by C. T. Hunkon. It is Tor Rale at IIicaI'man'k music store, Union utieet. Our young friend, Mr. Bii.i.y Ci.iLLii.it, his our thanks for Into favor. We are glnd to ice that, as a newsdealer, lin.t.Y is becoming imniensely popular. K11.1.KI). Wo Lavo just learned from a eeiitlcnun who celt bin informa tion from a reliable sourer, that the re hel Genrrul Ktarvi i was kilted in the late fltrlit at l'ort Donvlixiii. We doii't oeiu'To tins rumor n correct. Monr. Cotton- Folk. Our co...

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 February 1863

tu fc.-.. ..4 ii, i For Freedom and Nationality. TUESDAY MORNING, FKB. 17. IW.3. A Tremendom Probability. Tho correspondent of tbe Missouri Re pullican, with Oen. Chant's srmy, gives the following information as (o one of tli proposed cut-ofl by which the way is to be opened to the (iulf: But hy far Ike moit important opera tion of the three 1 the proposed canal wbiuh it is intruded to cut from Lake Providence ioto tht Bayou Tenses or Tiaynti Macon, thence np the Tensas or IVeuf Rivers, into the Oiiwsehita and lied liiver, leaving Volt-burg to the eastward fift.tr mi I us. That llii, is quite feasible we hare the testimony of old river men. The Tensas and 1! uf are at time nnvigabls for small ho its as far np an l Ho Slirt report Railroad (roeinp,s If a stilHcirnoy of tho Mississippi could be diverted into Lake PrnTidi'tif-r, the ,cbann'l- would b navigable lor t lie whule length of the Tet"aH. The strip of tfieavatiou is less than three tuilas in width, and (Jon. llo Arthur is alre...

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