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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 25 February 1863

.iniMitiwiiiiwjijMMWHciitMiiiF- - :-,,T, ' , - "'"JT-T asaiggr-' ,. ...j-.,, ,, "...Tianniiviiiiairai r.iMWMBaBaiHgiiJBMBB?7, . - ' l ,.73 ..-sr. , - , ..y jg varr.-c.-;.-. ,r ' waaar-' 1 .T.' "aym ro. . - .4TV VTSi - ... 1. 1 W .. .4 ... 1. ate.. ... .. t 1 ..Tt TA rei.i u I t w J .rV I -N. . . .4V 'Jill I'll PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PBIOTER3. OFFICE ON PRINTERS'. ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEMCK STREETS. i"Ti .rr F 7.2... -m&. 72 t n e UMON IW'AND FOREVER! L: BLOCK & CO.; . No, 72, East sido Publio Square, ,. :'.. . NAIITIIXI: TC.XN. - JjAVt CO.MK TO TUU stock (rt C1TT WITH A LARUE WHOLJHALK SUTLERS' SUPPLIES! 0 a! Description and Kinds. AT..SO, A Very hugs ft.44ur1iitvDt if Champagnos, Wites aud Bittora( TootrntR wit v 'CIGARS TOBACCO; ' ' - SHOES and BOOTS, id minjr otbor arllc'ci too nuii.'in ta aioialua 0Ituc11. Qoodt fnud nil Omip and Quick. I,. BLOCK & CO. ( bb 1 If No. T2 JCMtjNd I'utlH 8qur. Mack D. Oori cmn b. foonJ t lh borhoM, KBd would W b ipy to dm ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 25 February 1863

iiSi.M.stiisjumj gasbriUe Simon. Tit Freedom and Nationality m. O. VI EBl'KK, Klllor. WEDNESDAY JIOSNINO. FED 25, 18C3. The "Blood-hound" Handbill. It hss hero slrssdy stsU-d in oor col omni that Col. Frnk McN'airj of the rebel irmr, who fell recently In bittle, vll not tli author ol ths blood-hound bill wuicb appeared ome monthi ago under his iinnture. A letter from a distinguishsd personal friend of ours nd bit, who kneir him most intimaUly, writes Uf tbat Col. McNairy long and patiently suffered the odium justly due to euch a deed rather than erposs the real authors or team to shrink before liis Demies. The friend who writes to us told bim that bisreaaooing was errotieoua, but ha merely replied, "you can correct it i' I fall," and at the same tima decland that be did not know of tbs existence ol the publicaiion for wefks after it was made, being on duty at the time in ant em Kentucky. He is said to have been a roan of generosity, gentleness, and ur banity. Ilia only crime, so far...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 25 February 1863

a f itmiUmi.UKS.9ILilM,UB HUN- 'Jk It. til ft $tmYH T I', li nt h : BMM Chion, i-r annum f . ae.-.. .t LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FKII. vfi, lPf,:i The riror i still falling slonly at this point. Filly bales of Cotton were sold at the Warehouse of Asm Hamilton yester day, at seventy-five cents per pound. The proceedings of tho 1'oard of llay- and Aldermen crowd out several loeal L,,, and Aldermen crowd out several 1 dMrns whioh ooght to sppnar to-rUy. Yesterdsy the following named Con federate prisoners were brought from Franklin to this place: P. II. Di ncan, Surgeon of the First Tennessee, II. 15. OaI.ihpu, private, Second Alabama, and A. C. Vauoh, of Wiikki.f.k'b cavalry. They were taken charge of by I'rovosl Marshal Martin. Amusements. Our city just at tho present appears to be somewhat lluuU with amusements. Last night the theatre was crowded to overflowing. We were pleased to see the splendid Band of the Hih Kansas Itcgimcnt In attendance. We understand that this...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 25 February 1863

t9 ! 1 . 1 I L'1 R or sFreeCnx' an JKntionaUty, , a,?- rtjw?jLlel?S a. c, ftit.WH,rt4ir.i. , . WEDNESDAY MORNINO, Vf.B. iS, Ih'i 3. ' : r. i witlveritt iFrekdom of tho Tits. The Sholbyvillo litW Banner, dated. Feb. 10tb, containsart article to wbich we invite the attention of ihoie griitYe"-' men who are forever talkinj-ofthe con--titntnJ freodnm pf the outh. r Kead -ah1... Mr ww i f if IlciBlo to I tie Press. J f i l'AhibfeivuO,iBllull (kith tbi t'4-i. lowinj 'arder,' printed in blank, but signed by the fellow who assumes to liiro. elf an authoritr that baa never been equalled ti: ilU;Jnf. il4racJ'iijTJ1'Srr J aer rctas as ioiiow; llsADQOARTunn Army op Tkvkkrske7 l .il tiUfl(I)Yl.LBfeb.T-,3j03. , 'The bearer, baa permission to '(7n tie w uaYreH"Sfffl'yeTro"rlTTT""i "; o. bjs .wind p.f hoy'F th st he wijl, nt sell in any other, plare eieept the above spue ' iOed, and that An will punJume paperrrf no one u Ihendesigijel, Also tint li will not charge more than twelve and a balf cenia ...

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. — 26 February 1863

it I " 11 'm - aw. fceniaTMr . IT MUST BS p liHaMIOa.lTg hsfcl1l Sil.a. . rUBLISnED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP FKINTEKS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERTCK STREETS. t . VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1803. NO 273 3 "T- 3 I a I if 72 THE JVJON NOW AND FOREVER ! A I ni nni p. on j ULUtlV U OU., Ij-lNo. 72, East side Publio Square, , N ash villi:, ti:., TTAVE Cu T THIS CITY WITH A I.AIliiK 1 trrcK it ok WIIOLUHALK I' SUTLERS' SUPPLIES! Of uU l$scrijt.iont and Kindt. i A I. HO. I ' A very largs nanrtin a I if ( C-tampagnes, Winos aud Bitters, 1 . TiKJKTUKIl WITH CIGARS, TOBACCO, A . ' ' SHOES and BOOTS, I And many other ar '.lc a tun nuiue-ons u montha UlvuceJl. Quods mid mtll Clump and Quick. ,m 1,. HIAX'K O., t feblt If No. 7i Eeal ilde I'nbllo Hcjuere. Ij Macs, tl. GnovES cm bo found at the aliuv buu-m, - ml would hehsnnv 10 see blsold custonit-re, and will prompt! Oil all 01 tiers roreiwl. ATTENTION 1 WAT B7.CEIVKI) : EIVER! J AND FOR 8A1.K AT t -N...

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. — 26 February 1863

gjastoillc Pinion. far Freedom and Nationality 9. O. fflKIlCKH, Rdltor. THURSDAY MOUSING. FEB. 28. 1H03 A Conservative Gun Spiked. Of all Ike Dimerous charges mule by the pteudo-coDBcrTktiret against the Ad Diininistralion, none hat beco rrpratrd With grk(r gusto than the sirrlion that it Lai squandered millions in taking care of ft few thousand contrabands t the Tort Royal, S. 0., leltlcuieDt. It hn been charged that the Frelident wil draining the United States Tressury to feed and clothe few runaway negroes, who wore of no manner of service, while our sol dirr were lulToriHg. And from lliii a sumed fact wii drawn the conclusion that the w hole pulley of the Adtiiinistra ' tion in reference to the slaves wae fool ish and extravagant, and that U was im possible to make the negroes profitable to the Oofornment. These charges naturally called forth resolution from the House of Kepresenta tives, calling upon the .Secretary of the Treasury for information respecting the expenses for tbe...

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. — 26 February 1863

ar.tawnftUaiHa T K It ft! H l Iaiit I'moa, par annum f 1 i"0 zr, LOCAL AND COMMKRCIAI, TUUKSDAV MOltMNCJ, VIMS. 20. IXQ- Tlio river Is ulill fulling at thin point, but the primpr-nt it that there will be '" anotfur rinu soon. Cotton in still gi'lling in our market at BuTonfy-five ecu!, per pound. Dii.lt Coi.likb, Ahamh Exrnr.s.-i and Tbukhdail lure our thank for ni'wppa plrll favor, extracted to this olllie last niglit. liKTi'RNM). We are glad to not; the genial face of Mr. Mai;zt again on our atrectif. Mauzv, Wilson Si Co. ar now household word, with our cilizeim They still bold forth at the coiner of Cherry and Deadirkk streets. Small Pox. We regret to notico that ' this disease in now in our city. .Wo would adviao our citizens to into the nec- ennary precautious to prevent i(i spread. Be vactunaUd at ouco. Mr. Siknukb CiiANDLElt is the authorized aent for the city and county for all gmull-pox cases. Such casei can either bo reported to the Mayor, or to Mr. CiiakiiLkr, and arrangu...

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. — 26 February 1863

For Freedom and Nationality. ft. C. nr.KCEIt, Keillor. THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 26, )8B3. I'non Graves, the notorious rebel of thi city, srm to hava so IrC g a pas ioo far ly injr, nl docrpliaii that h can- not kerp from deceiving and lying to hii rebel friunds. The Charlotte (X. C.) bannerol states with reference to the charge of treason to the Confederacy, against Rev. J. K. QatVEti " We notice thatGrovirnor Graham haa made a speech in the Legislature iu re gard to the late arreit of Uut. J. R. Grave, a rresbvU-rlan preacher, living in Orange county. It will be remembered that Grates waa returned to our State author itire, and a letter from the Secretary of War to Governor Vance, elates the ciune of his arreat. The letter elated, among other things, tint Graves waa accused, on the authority of a returned Confederate priaoner, of giving information to the en emy to the itijory of the Confederate cause, and that he got a pormit to go North by rrpre-enting himself as a cit izen of New ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 27 February 1863

1-J IT MTJST Bw HJBLISIIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP PMNTER3.OFFICK ON F Ii INTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN USION AND DEADEHICK STREETS. NASHVILLE, .TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1803. NO 274 VOL I. I j" j Mm hi if- 72 THE 72 'MOMOWAliD FOREVER! j L. BLOCK & CO., 0. 72, East side Public Square, n J I , NANUVILI.F.. TKNN.s TAVI COM T 1111.1 (ITT WITH A I..U Or. I I STOCK OF 11, '4 W I IOI j ICH A LK SUTLERS' SUPPLIES! . Of nil Decryptions cmJ Kiiuh. I'' A ry large aaai.rtiiKBI '.' I "Jhampagnos, Wines and Bitters, jj TOOBTUKR WITH JICIARS, TOBACCO, !" SHOES and BOOTS, . udmaoy other arllc'es too numerous to moMlon . flvtuiiull. Qtxxli must sell Cheap and Quirk. I.,IIIX)(K(U., Ho. 7J KMt l le Public Square. fob it ir Mai: D. Uaovsa can bo found t the above boom, nil would ho bappy to see hlaohl cuetomeis, ami will .rnmptly All ll ordov renetved. -ATTENTION ! IT ' , jr.ST R'tt'KIVKl) " BY RIVER! AND FOR BAI.R AT 74 Public Square, uv CAMPBELL, No. H. DIKECTORY. CITY GOVERNMENT. JtlllM IfUOU SMI...

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 February 1863

ismwuuismaHi3arara Far freedom and Bationality. . V. friEllCEll, K1 1 Lor. FRIDAY MOUNINO, FEB. 27, 18n3. War Expenses. Those newspsperi which art forever Waling and denouncing the Adminis tration, on account of tbe magnitude of Its war expenses, are for the moat part, newspapers which sustained the Admin titration of President Buchaan. Now daring the Administration of this esni ceutly patriotic functionary, an expsdi tion of !: than 10,000 soldiers waa aent out, under Genera,! Albf.bt S. Johnson, to bring a few thou a and refractory Mor- BODi at Salt Lake City to termi. Tbe expedition is known at the Utah expedi tion. General Johkbon marched hit troope out to the Mormon territory, and returned without firing a gun, or eren administering an oath to a solitary Mor won. The coat of this campaign, bow . Tr, was not irsi taaa 5i;,wy,uyu, al though it did not last, two month; aid yet the ery journals which are now daily filling tbe air with protestations agaiust Mr, Lincoln's prodigality...

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 February 1863

V i ! i I I a J .Mi hi a No;.- a . 1 if- t t . iuim DlL? Ckior, per annnm flu CO wk. LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL FRIDAY MORNING, FKU. .7, .Mia. Ou hundred and thirl j-four rvlxl prisoners were brought in night before last, from Murfrecsboro. The riffr it rising very fast at this point, nd grrioui fosrs are now enter tained that we are again to be visited by one of thoae overflow! that carries, bo much saflsring to the homes of the poor who live la the bottoms. ttil.Lr Collier, the popular Cherry street news dealer, hag our thanks fur late favor. For JUnt. If you wiidi to get a good tand, for any kind of busines-t, you ran be suited by applying to the Local Edi r if tbis paper. A few bales of col ton were sold in our city yesterday at seventy-Ove cent, the ruling prico. As the steamboat Sallie List was yes terday steaming down the river, she col lided with the "abutment" of the rail road bridge, and was seriously damaged. We learn that she was run to the bank in an almost sinking condition....

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 February 1863

tCOWTTlf BED VboM tln rABE,! cy In Answer io a question from ne, ars . r ' - j "1. Tht yon arknowWdire thi th Cnii;ulienrtb United Stst of .UIf, lUnd Nlvr over Is Territories tf the United Slated, there to remain by onititutiontl provision, until the State com into th Uuiou. '2. Tli other i thkt you noroinat either Jeff Davi or Jhn C. Breckinridge for .'resident of the United Stat." --Said I to Mr. ynry,-"I can go neither. The hard yeomanry of Ohio who go out to their future hotnei, must bare a voice in filing the domettic institution of the Territory. And my candidate for the Preiidency, to far al my voice il con cerned, ii Stephen A.lJouglas." tVo longed applause. "Well'iaid Le, "ire will if cede, and thu ioaugiiral OoTeroment of the Cotton State." I (aid in eabitance what my brother lor ha ii a wearing ruaa would have aid had he been there : "Secede and be d d." Laughter and rapturous ap plause. Well, they seceded. Now, I hare heard the name of the Enquirer whispered out here. La...

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 February 1863

j - r ... ,..,-,,... . .. r TjX w.innii.il.(LM ...... p ' . " ' - . ' . . . . PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND PEADEKICK STREETS. 1 i.. " i ; .11 ' I .! A, id NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY -28, '1803. NO 275 VOL I. 72 THE NIONNWANDFOItEVF.lt! L. BLOCK & CO., jo. 72, East side Public Squaro, NANUVIM.K, Tit,, AVE COMB To T1IIM 1TY WITH A l.AI.OK htocr or V IIOLKHAL.il! UTLERS' SUPPLIES! Of all Detaiptions and Kiwis. AIH), very large ajteortiuent or ampagnes, Wines and Bitters, TOOKTIUOl WITU IK3ARS, TOBACCO, SHOES and BOOTS, 4 many other nrtlc'o. too nua.rona to ni.utlou. ni nil. Gtodj tnuH sell Clieap ami Quid: I.. I1I.OCK A f'O.a b IS If No. Tt EaBt aide Public riquaio. Macs D. Oboysb ci.n he found at the above huaw, I would be happy to IX till "Id customer., mid will mptly All all orders received. ' S. HAMILTON, Bccrrsson to HAOAN Ac CO.. PRODUCE, GROCERY, . AND EMISSION MERCHANT, " So. I 80UT1J MAllKIT KTKKET, NAH...

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 February 1863

1 - " if- as3tBaaaastBeti8igBg $ajprille Simon. For Freedom &niv VitionalityV" H. V. SIEUCEM, Rdltrr SATURDAY MORNING, FEB. 28, 18C3. .- - '.' According to (tie telejtraph, the'lnvit inc commit lee of the Washington Crle bretlon t Naehrille declieed to read a letter from the veteran patriot, Urn Lealie Combe, of Krntuck.T, became be 7TWasiAi.be aboliii'iniat wiih the secs llotilstst Evidently th tnembfjif. the carmen me? rere Tncmaeivea iwiiuuiuKu A beantifal sot forsooth to win back l I rebellions Motile to thtlr consliiutimal ; ' allefcUoce. No, wonder tba , iiational 1 1 "." eabeebas niade auch sliiilit headway IQ -i i Tennessee.' Many of th ose, who bave it " 'la charge appear epciall j to studjr how !! liltle ther ran nake it look like the cause u ' of rpaWation and hoir much like the cause v Of sehjugeiion. The restoration v( the !! Union ia under euch auspices au uphill iu work. '' Heaven apeed, the day when tho I' '.t glorious Vrork eltaUilrag utidtr 'iv au ii spices no ...

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 February 1863

!', .e- ... ; .... .. I .noim, 7 u -i r !! nswiliiwi WitrJ nil iianiliisisaaaamw W s '-': K f ' mm w gUMiiiw mwJnw .110 0 .. 2.1 LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL SATURDAY MOKNINCJ. FEU. 28 18C3 fntf lUtoW, par annnta -The CuniWrlanii is still rising opposite Nashville. Our bottom lands are now .' ; pretty wIl filled with water, n(tf the recent rains have fallen at heavily above this point a thcyhars here, wa may ex pect freshet as disastrous, an last year'l will soon be upon ns. , !J 5 : '-''' - -- ' Of l)o twenty cars destroyed niht before last on the Louisville and Nashville .Railroad,' fifteen were filled with live, jiiuLcs, which wrre shamefully burned with the cars, by the gncrrilla, . The other (Ive cars Wtra loaded With pri vate freight for this city. ' - 't - .mm - . The 3 lit Kansas Regiment will have a dress parade, out at their camp ground, this evening. If yon want to seeo some "old guard" evolutions, don't fail to be in attendance. TuaSAi.t.in LrsT. This steamer, which was the ethe...

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 February 1863

yishv'Uk Pinion.- Ha Fori Freedom aad Hationility. a. C. BBRCCH, Eftitor. lATURDAY MORNING. FEB. 59, ,C3 ' A Rom ance of the War. Th Hartfird Evening Prut narrates Uis folloin curious incident, which It hit fioni aa officer In in th 20th Con ne'Ucut regiment: Vliftt Hi resiraent first rorehrd lo Kanl DnmfriM in DtcetuW, it hailed for two or three limits olta b a form nu, three tin v-4 noutli of tint Occoquan K-wrr C'iri.iiral IIjlHi-y J, Tlb-ial, f CO. V, i m mlitr f the color tuatd, while eraii f.vin; hi iri"imt for i'it serin,, with th" ri-at, due "tried wliat 8tiii"I t I tin .arnilir licaliiie-. He retdnnbored fial I e i born in Virtiuia, and lived tiler itll Ike act of fiistil. tut had not ariy di llinlo id.'a f the ircie loualitf lie waa txi'i aatinfleil, however, that lie be! f.'iii'l l.i hind lac, and poia'ed Out l!ir cure ol U Ri antll'i'li' , ami ti e p I'll .''li.i t Hi Bnrln wl.icU sap l.'.ic I t ic h i i h"ld with vra'er. I.i q ii. r .f lli ocruian' of the houe cm r'iiin...

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. — 1 March 1863

At PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF rBINTE R3. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEKICK STREETS. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, MAKCII 1, 1803. NO 270 VOL I. 11 1J t i C A B. S. HAMILTON, BUCt fci-kiB TO IIAOAN It. CX3, PRODUCE, GROCERY, COMMISSION MERCHANT, o. ( SOUTH MAUKET 8TREKT, UTTXU ABB CUKK.-1C FOB HAt.B LOW BT B, D. UAlTala .'''' mOBACOO ANDSfOAIW. for "Z&.UOX. iMiiBinlvn I'AN FrtlTITS. k D, for sale low I'l.'. U. S. HAMILTON c ANDI.I8, iOAP AND KTABrII, for sal low by I) O. iii-i ai i aj vi l-MW VV . 11AMH AND CLEAR fltMCH, for Halt V lo.be B. a. HAMILTON V1NFOAR, Ml'HTARD, rKPPER, SPICE, Olll tlK.il. Pani.r Haooa. and Tomato C'otMip. for ule low by ' " U.B.HAM1LIOM.I QOALANDLAUnOi by jy 1BX AND BABRBL MLTjtor rO. jftiyUB AND B ABttJ r'AKHH. CRACKEP.S, AND AWD CANblK, r v- lata low ujr -" f ACKKRKLtN KITH AND HAlf BARRF.I.S, .for 11 ! low by U- D MKD BKF.K ANI BKfcr TONtilfM, Ur m1 low by U. D, IliWal Id a '.t rAorrr. pugar and tba, .r w r' I . ' n hi IIAMIl...

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 March 1863

for Freedom' and nationality M. t. IHEHC EH, Editor. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 1. J363. The "Comervatives" of Connecticut. Tber can be no doabt in any iutclli- getit and unprejudiced mind, that there it $ faction of politician! in the North, who having long bcld office, and filled "their pocked by acting with the pro alTerj corporation of the now rebellion Btatet, long earnestly to aee their old companion! reinstated in their former political power, and the nation delivered over soul and body to negro aristocracy. at it wan during the DuuiANAif admlnis (ration. Theie pirate! are now seeking to secure rebel totei in case of the restor ation of the Union, by proclaiming the ery dogma! which precipitated the South into the present rebellion. They ' hope to be able to aecure a few North em State, by ipveighlng against high taxes, corruption, etc., and these, with the coniolidated Southern Statef, will throw the Government into the band of the eo-caMed " conservative n" at the election in 38...

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 March 1863

4 I i 7 T I H .MS! ralt. I'Nini, per annum ...1111 '1 .... V JCAL AND COMMERCIAL. UN DAY MOUSING MARCH 1. lSu:t. J Several local notice! drfWrnd till next lane. Theatre. M MaclietLi" was played it night. Notice in our next issue. f i-iunrruir night will be presented " Tin I'illow Copse," dance by Mihs Cosbtan- iT.nyi and Iho" Merry Cobbler." Tbo proceeding before ItecorderjSiiANB ylerdsT were not of much importance. liluTcn negroe were up for diiordcrly I conduct. They were punished according lo their offence. Negroe will always be -Vanished by our civil aulhoritiel when they commit an offence againal our civil iwi, and the military authorities will ustain our civil power. Odd Fellows' Ham.. Spbaoite's Miu- Irilrels conlinuo to draw good houie. Vrheatrical performance will hereafter is given, in connection with negro niin Vrelay, t Odd Fellow' Hall. Oo nd .. . -aa--.- J A rebel prisoner who attempted to ef- Y- hi cicapo by jumping from the train, tear BowIingOreen, a few day ago, wh...

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 March 1863

5 For Freedom and Nationality. , LIST OF LETTERS Tt HMAWTVO IX TRIt AKalT PfT OKnCK. AT li Marfreatro, K.b to, 1M : . C. IBEnCEH, Fdltor. SUNDAY MOBNIXG, MARCH 1, 18C3, ; .. ' Alabaman Loyalty. Judge Lam, of Albm, (aid In a peech t the Oper IIouas Union meet- inf. . : . I am torrr to her of ther being A prtr in the Weet And North who re op posed to ery meeeure of putting down tha mb-llion. Therw eeemi to be trait- ore in the North and batternnte in the Weet who cry peace! peace ! when there U no near, la aniwer to luoh. I iT t gire me coercion, aabjugation, Lincoln and emancipation rerr mcaeure, in fact, which will bring destruction upon trait' ore and restore ear Union. I do believe, upon mature reflection, that we neter would have peace in tbie countrr with (4parate and distinct na tionalities in it Upon thii ground, then, if UDon no other, would I advocate 4 vlg orous prosecution of the war eo long as the waters flow through the Ohio to their home in the Atlantic, and so long as ...

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