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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 3 March 1863

P4 o p PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON HUNTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. - ; - ; i V fl ! M I' ;t i 1 1 VOL I. B. S. HAMILTON, 8UCCEHBOR TO 11-A.a-ATsr Ac co., PRODUCE, GROCERY, ' . . . , . AND COMMISSION. " MERCHANT, Ko. SOOTH MARKET STR1.ET, NAHIIVILLir, TKNN. JK'TTER AND ClifclCi-K FOR BALE LOW nv J B. 8. HAMILTON. rpoBACCO AND SEC ARK, for aide low by 1 II. 8 II A M I I.T( IN. PtlRLIS AND CAN FItriTP, for tale low by H. B. HAMILTON. CANDLES, SOAP AND STAR II, for ale low by , H a. HAMILTON. I7INK RY., HAV3 AND CLEAR BfDE-, for suit ' luw by D. B. HAMILTON. VINEGAR, MUSTARD, PEPPER, BPICK, OIN (JKll, Pupper Bauou.aud Tunwto Catnip, for a.ile low by H. HAMILTON. OAL AND LARD OIL, for tale low by I) AIRY AND BARREL HALT, for '! low by II. S. HA Ml I Ti.N. OYBTKRS BARDINEB, fur ale low by U.S. II A.MILTON. J AIUi. IN KECH AND BARREL", for tile low by j . , . , B. H. HAMILTON. CAKES, CRACKERS. AND ASS'D OAND1K.-C fir aalu low by U.S. HAMILTON. MA...

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. — 3 March 1863

For Iresdom and Nationality. II, C. rrar-ItCKH. Editor. TU13DAY HORNING, MARCH S, 18C3 We gurrentlcr the ipse usualljr lot ted to cditoriula, thil morning, to coinmu- nicationa, speeches, documents, etc, which will perhaps be niach more inter filing to oar reathrt. Some corumuni- cstionl rt tintvoidablj crowded out neterthelcii. i Gov. Johnson's Speech. We need cot iovite attention to the ..speech of OoTernor Jonsrsoir, pr inted on our first page. AW will rrtd it etgerlj. It will receive the hearty tpprovsl 01 lojsl torn without distinction of ptrtj or Stftte. Governor Joiikson will spek in Columbus, Ohio, to-day, hj invitation or Ibe lifffUiiinre or tuat stale, lir wat received by large crowdt at the va rious railroad stalious on hi journey from Indianapolis, and delivered briel speeches, which were most enthusiastic' ally received. Oa the niht of the 27ih he addressed ft large crowd from tho bal cony of the Burntt House, and was very severe on the peu(lo-cons rvative t.'and Butter...

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 March 1863

rrumrw mm Ymniiiai u im mi hh Slaslmltc Hilton. T t: is y s : fraif.f I'mos, pr Snu'ini I M l .tio IX) LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL TUESDAY VOIUiNfJ. MAUCM 3 wx. Billy Collikr, nd Blair ic Sntde.ii, have our lliaiiks for piper seut us last niglit. Aucnox Sale A. lsrgc lot of boots, shoes, hsls, &c, Arc, will be sold at this suction rooms of 15. F. SiuF.r.ns & Co, this morning, at lea o'clock. To-morrow morning llie Uriitrd States District Judge for Tennossoe, will oiicn his Court for the transaction of btiftiricnft, in the proper room, at our. State Capitol, at 10 o'clock. Tub A!i:.siiMENT. We learn that over $1,700 were paid In yesterday at the Comptroller's ofllco on the asscs-'mmt. The collections are being mado rap idly. Mr Joun L. Stewart, an old resident and recently the street overseer of Natth ville, died in this city yesterday. His remains wi!l be escorted to their final resting place this evening. The Union Club will meet this morn ing:, at 10 o'clock, to make preparations...

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. — 3 March 1863

-yaajn a, iii j, ItimJtiaiMi fcOSTISCED FROM riRST TKOK. di.napolia, oa Ihs 20th day of 1'ebrnarj, 18CII, do Km1t lav. Tbtotir.lUchmcnllotl. Federal Union U unabated, nd tt.at we will i here with tinllinrliing dTotion to the ntinl cause. Tht we believe the iafe-ty of the country nd the 'pre'erra.. tion of our liberties depend tipon the perpetuity of the Union, end thel we yiew ery proposition of compromise with rebels on ny other !); tbin tht of unqualified submission to the lwe and the National authority as wholly inadmissible and fraught with the most dangerous consequence lo tho country. 2d. That wo desire that no effort which insoires a reasonable hope of suc cess in restoring the Union as it was, under the Constitution, shall be omitted ; and being solemnly impressed with the confiction that guns alono are adequate to the accomplishment of that end, will heartily support the Government in a vigorous prosecution of the war until the rebellion is crushed, and that we deprecate 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. — 4 March 1863

f vi i I f I w.umy. I ; !' fey.", .'i-nBHaBg IT MUST kl If n fr-I I'UBLISIIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP rEINTEB3. OFFICE ON WINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1SG3. NO 278 She in vf . -i u ci is 1 I fi . I LI I H W UUP I S . I B S. HAMILTON, 80CCISSOB TO 1IAUAN Ac CO., PRODUCE, GROCERY, COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. t POl'TlI MARKEf i!EKT, NA8HVILL1C, TEN N. Ji I TTKIt AND CHEFK t Oil SALE LW F!Y II. !. HAMILTON. fPOBACCO AND SEOARH, fl.r e;ila low II. g. HAMILTON. I) K I y )FKLE9 AND CAN FIUTIV, AS-f D, for sal low n, s ua am.i u c ANDI.ES, SOAP AND STAB II, for ml low by II .S. IIAMILIUN. 1-MVE KY., HAV3 AND CLE All B1DF, f.r rale luw 1 II. . MAM.LION. VINEGAR, MCSTAKD, PKPFKH, SPICE, OIN (JKK, Popper Sauce, and Tomiito I'st'iip, for Bile low hf II HAMILI'JN. 0 VIAL AND LA HI) 01 L, for sals luw by II n. ll Aim .riw. D AIRY AND BARREL HALT, for lie low by II. S. HA Jill T..N. OYSiKR.-l SAPLINGS, for aula l"w by H.8. HAMILTON...

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. — 4 March 1863

I i For Freedom aad JTatioaality. . C. WRilCEH, Kdllor. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 4 18(,S AlSuggeitive Fact Valuation of - - Slave Property. TJndfTi.tfie caption the Baltimore mffVoftroiAaina n article which we copr'fortbr'atfnjdiilUmrffconliiTittS the.lwJiil4.V8 T.hihW'M vfoU lw thii of M tr yUwl t '1 ha - .dwrfcon t y Wb noticed rlrj-ftjly ,'nnmV ""Vp' .contain -i, d'lft 4 ptirWaf.yretai'ivi tit the. j,It of the l4 phflV pmh.lT,of't),ilf ntid now wb havn itiitie ( uriiirr iii,'orii)aii..n ruflZ-frtliiiV flip PKlilp Ivlifr-ii in h ttiT nal- culi'ed to ti-l llie' iiciplc of M-irjiand tliififtirig t"h k rt trhiiostiny ihi.tigw'bidj hits ocdii'rrrf ih tliornearlt livu ii'iri of air tempted iif lop Wiat, laa Uhh ppou u.' ' 'II' fit' fco'fil tii'iV-d li Varg'rh J,tv-r. the bead 'MT! local'' m-vtr'a in (lie i-ouiap if our Tn-tg-nnnr. me nin, ti.f ii a jpiiwa, ; ' Vii.eATirry ' cif ftnyn tW'M.'ty ,i.s MAntftANfl.J It alibearrf from iie. 'records of (fit Oiiliarir .CoM of, iliia til j trio ...

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 March 1863

mwjw j i wt j'g I usn f $as!wiUr "Anion i I ! I I If I KM Iient Union, ir uiiiiAu'. ,'; Hum)' ", ; " i f. V ! vrfri- t 4- tl ! .1 Ku LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL. WKIiNtsnY.MOttKINO. MAP.CH 1, 1JC3 Col. Martin will sea J tiff this morn ing, on Louisvillo csrs, sbyut two hundred sad lift prisoner. 1'hej goto, points of eicljaiigo Lats TAPEns. We arc Indebted to V. C. Collier Cor rep uted favors In the waj of lile dailies. Mr. Coi.lieu is always accommodating. II,. 11, jKi;x,tMt JAi IrHirfiarrassi thanks for related jiewpAnar (avoirs., W. If. Keelf.r, Newkdealcr, has our thanks for laid; tl i g t st '? oVi r! t's f 's T i . . " .' n"" i Sevr ntj-five' 1 Ttbfl ": prisoners were brought to (his place for " safe Jter-jjifij,'' night be fori fast. They were csptured in thericinity of Murfreesbord, and the most of thom belong- to MonoAV's corn- I maud. . .,. ... . t . .. J "IIomk AaAjs." Our enrgtio aod I kind business friend, Mr. FmriCGU, Ins recently . roiorned from a ( trip North, looking just ...

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 March 1863

' LIST OF LETTERS RBMATNtVQ H THX ARMY P TOrF1CK AT ITlurlreabor, Feb 9, Ada'r I.t JohB All it Mm Araittront; A U Adam. Mr Eilfabath An and Knr Atbeem Cipt Jt Ahlvart Hmarj t Barber Adam Bl bop Jeooto W Biah Jaoob Bl .we I U 4 Hoc Henry A Bo.e tbrlellaa Booker Frank boyla A t Baiid Marlla HI vlna h n Bowman J B Bubo,, LlWta Bona aVIinnnd L B yer Wm A Uiu.il i Htm j hancni-rt t apt Joh Hl.nckar I Saik B liar Norrta llasm HUo Hail .laa ' HI ho Mgar B 111. A J Bthl W !t HUkOl J H B d a Knrf Biwmau Aaron Bl k. e OoT B.imi Val Bllaa 8 B I attr W A Boewurtb Ho J W Heon.tl C w B.vwu LIT II Clark I ti t.'ona-rrdie IIW1 Cunningham Jaa Cooty U B Chill Ml l.'iapp Jai County Court Clerk CarUr ff J (-la l wool Wia Compi a John R ('aroth.ra Wm l erp. nler D V? rhapi i: tpt flarrla I'uimnlnKa I.t H H 1'urry at Cam bell Qno (-uop r Jacob I . I Aberl Cliaa Huron d I Mala Wm II fiaiienn Ifrnatlut Iiennitfe 1 apt Ifavll Andiew Iob'e r niiei Imwell K I 11 Hundu Henry I Punki-H Holomo ItaTU J L Iraokal ...

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 March 1863

- , IT MUST US vTTT" .- O ft i ill p: 53 IsjMTlff ' t o p FUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP PRINTERS. OF Fit E ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEEICK STREETS. VOL I. - - . c -- NASIIVILLE, TENNESSEE, TIITJItSDAY, MARCH 5, 18G3. NO 279 . . . v V if r r J B S. HAMILTON, SUCCESSOR TO HAOAN Ac CO, PRODUCE, GROCERY, COMMISSION4"" MERCHANT, No. HOL'TH MAUKET HTKKET, NAHUVILL1C, T KNN. 1 jl'TTEIl AND CHEESE If Oil HAl.E LOW IIY I) U. H. U A M 1 LTUN. f I'onACt'O AND 8KOAKH, for enls low by J. U. B. HAMILTON. PICKLES AND CAN FBUIT:?, ART, for ' low 1,. H. S LIAMll.TOI. CANDLES, bOAP AND STAK II, fur sale by . It M. HAMILTON. T-MNB KY.. HAMS AND CLEAR SIDES, for Ml X low by H. f. II A Mil. ION V INEOATl, MITSTARI), PEPPEK, BPU'R, 01 n- (IKK, I'el'P-r Wane, ami lolimlo 1 at-np. lor aeie ' ' I. .. 11 . M I I I I U low by 'VMLANILA.UI01L,foraaielowt,y 1 It M. HAMILTON. l) AIRY AND IURUEL SALT, for ail" low by OYSTER h SAUDINES, for sule lew by 11.8. HAMILTON. AHD, IN KEUS AND BABRELt, for...

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 March 1863

! i .1 III i i : 1 derfd hit chief of artillery to dli-perae the batteries on the hill, on the went aide of the river, ao aa lo open on them, while two brigades of Nrglev'e diiion, from the rraerre, and the Pioneer Brigade were ordered op to meet the onatt. The firing wat terrific, and the hroo terrible. The enemy retreated more rap idly than they had advanced ; in forty minatei they lout two tboueind mrn. General Iais seeing gome etrapglera from Van Clcve'e divixion, took one of bit brigade and crosaed at a ford brlow, to attack the enemy on l.n IcU Hank, end, by General (-.Cook's order, the rest of bit division was prrru itiod to follow ; but when he arrived, to brigade of Nrfr ley'e divixion, and Haaeu'e brigade of Falmcr'i division, had pursued the flying enemy well aorose the Meld, capturing - four piece! of artillery and a aland of color. It was now after dark, and raining, or we should have pursued ihe enemy into MurOeciboru'. As it was, Crittenden's corps passed over and wit...

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 March 1863

'1 .-. f!7l?':H t i: u H t Pttl.T TnIOJI, W AriMMTII . " ". we k ... .fl'l ' LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 5 I'oi'ND. linad (lie adv-eriiflpnxMit eim:t pocket book found. I' i i.i. y Collier end Singleton, popular ncwsdrklers of (.bin citj, livcour thank for favors hy l8t night' train. The Minstrel, at OJd FulIowV Hall, continue to draw crowded housp. (io to noa their inimitable delineations of Igutubo: La Bcllr Louise w ill also be Imi hand with her song and dances. Mock Coal. We are informed that a J.irge consignment of anthraciteco.il will reach our city in a few days atnlbe dis posed of at prices more reasonable tlian fctir citixens hao heretofore been paying I ir this necessnry article, (ilad to hear it. Uailuoao AtxiiiKNTe The train that J( ft this place yesterday morning forMur f eeshoro, met with an accident by which : ne man was killed and fourteen injured, (he roost of them seriously. The acci dent occurred by a rail being torn o(T the track. The cars were 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. — 5 March 1863

52KSB LIST 01 LETTERS RpMAINTNTJ tV THE ARMY POUT OH'ICt AT nti rceatar, ji M,ia i Ade'r U Jobs , r - All Wm V ' i Arirt-"ng AM ' A 'ami Mr aHinbetn An aid K'ifa , Aihaani O.nt Ja Ahlv.r Honry F Bnrhnr Adam Bl hup Jnenb W Biib J.cnb Hi iwr I C M hurt Henry A Bom Chriaiien Booker Frank Bovtrn A A I B.ilrd Martin Btvlna H m flnwmaa J B Bl.hnp I t Wm ' I Bom Rdmnnd I, B yere Wm A Blddle Heary Baneherl (apt Jobs Hlaachard Nein Boiler Noma Baooa MUoa Ball Jaa r Bi ho EJ(r B Bell A J Bethel W H Hl.keU.IJ N Bi id Henry Bowman Aaroa III k ec On T Bnnn Val BUM 8 H Haker W A Boa worth llo-a W Bennett C M Brow Lt T H Clark R at Conner chaa Co.iaot W A Canning ham Ju Cooly Kin U Cahill Kilt ' Clapp Ja. County Court Clark CarUrWJ dm woo I Wm Compt n John R Carllira Wm Carpenter t W Chepii Opt llarrla Cuinininiia 1.1 U II : Curry 4 f'mlll Geo Coop r Jacob a , pu ! A brrt ' Clin Samuel Plata Wm f Iwoaon Ignatius Penmg. ( apt Jinvi Andiow Dohi rrnie Howell E'l l( Huadaa lleurv t. Ininki-n Solomon P...

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 March 1863

am 5a ! rrrA Art ffl If I T.,t 9.1 I PUCLISIIED BT AN ASSOCIATION OP mm'tllS.-OFFICE ON miNTEKS' ALLEY, BETWEEN U2slON AKD DEAPEMCK STEEETS. ' ' " - " y . .... :. ' :- ' ' ' ." ' iimii.iii , I,,, in...,.! ii i low,, 'IU i V, "Pi . VOL I. " "vl.'i:.l NASIIVILLE, TENNESSEE, FEIDAY, MARCH G, 1803. NO- 280 ' Tn, Bt, 00 Dili )E naa ln n at a, . W. (HVft . !.. Keged "Hdlll, Loul. if rl. illoee ere t I are i floe in m, any o ' llh1( Am oi nuniU iy itii "ll r; f to l Innli, 1MV-I, i trni. burg, P, on ST in,: TI.L0H , Ineaday. . s. n run. toni. Uo., Bt, ENN. ; TJncVH LRMY, rmatloa at tn Im lment, rietor. IMENT 1 II tutor,, i lieacie, e J heat Uyi omtiiai I... nutiiwi-at. 8 are k.i IT KIM An otloe. d. or : 3EN, (jMrmanl 1BT 81. loox, i villi. n HIS NO In, public, iiwd Samoa I and oiher having end , iu niehkMi- ' needful lo l.,d Math, win,. H, fn-elv alven Novell SILK Ba linos. i H motive IED, , Iaderlo aHH.S. , for ) LVON rLOCE. i. iao. B. S. HAMILTON, SUCfJEaSOB TO IIAUAN dc CO.. PRODUCE, GR...

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 March 1863

r I For Freedom and Rationality R, V. 01KUCBH, E4ttor. FRIDAY MORNING, MAKCU 6, 1S63. A late number of the LouitTille Jour nal publisher two communications, pur porting to come from this place, which cotnDlain bitterly of the course of the Nashfille Union. One of these commu nications is signed "Nashville" and the ether is anoojmous. Ordinarily we woold pay no attention to such censures, as eTerj one has our hearty consent to think of our paper just what he pleases. We will find fault with no man for die lilting the Nashrille Union. We wil, hewerer, notice the communications be cause the Journal, Coding iUelf worsted and exposed in its recent editorial con tests with us, has seen fit to Aotk. out of the controfersy, and assail as through its correspondents, whose articles it en dorses as follows : The Union Canae In Teninrtace. We this morning publish two comma nications on thia subject, one entitled MWir Tin Uhion Sentiment is not Developed i Tennhnkk," and the other entitled "A Vo...

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. — 7 March 1863

-as, - . IT HT7ST i ' TO 7 'nun!, o. u r.r "I h tuU,i, n. . tM rUELISlIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF HilNTKIlS.-OFFICE ON rr.INTERS ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DF.APEP.ICK STREETS. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1803. VOL I. NO 281 lir xc'N ' Tn, i )FF, St, DE M CkS tln r, tut e, S, '(ri t Givin . i. .leiwt, ugatrat oondli, i Low,, nv 111, t i 'la, art r in Ufflce , lern Ik, n any by lil 1 nam. f numb i ny Ik "on n dar lo '. Uh, tret, WILLI! Goooj, . r- 'oduesii Je pruni Ran Ti'im, Co. a 4! ', 12 DEE 3ion Nl TEN! rtoa r.ET, ' prictc all hotii illicacin ' 'rry liMt I ra poitim J r SkuiIikk II.H am . j sUI'I'liKi 4 p LotlCO. TENS on User :r. Hcersii ARin 1 fumali' , ciin Im ramcfi auJa of ia Oaf EUBT 8t 3LE-1 51LO0J S11Y1MX sn ;M II W llliif I'"1 iiinaa llx i ami i ' Mi.ii " ,lr, m Hull" a Ci.1.1 I I'Mima. ' (No,--" II SAIi LE3 hl' U IIIED, ir. DwaJar1' i'iliHi, for Mt at. LYON Y FLOl'K U. LY0 B. S. HAMILTON, SCCXE3SOII TO II AO AM" Ac CO., ' PRODUCE, GROCERY, COMMISSION MERCHANT, No...

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. — 7 March 1863

JiwliriUtJUmon.. Fjr Freedom anl Nationality; . U. nsnCElt, Editor. . . lj i ... SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 7, 1SC3. Fight Near Franklin Repulse of our Troops Black Rebel Regi ments in the Fight A gentlemin who cme in from Frank lio jMlerday evening, brings (he follow ing particulcrs of n engagement which took pUce if r Franklin, on Thomdsj, about which all kinds of rumors have beon circulating for (he last twenty-four hours. li stales that General OlLBERT sutout (broe regimetits of infantry and a battery, on a certain expedition, with instructions not to bring; on a fight, bnt (o keep up f kirmisLing if they encoun If red llio enemy.. I he uoBign was we bliva to t'flvct a junction with another force. A few miles out they fell in with a small force pf (lie rebel cavalry, and at tacking them drovo them back, in the vicinity of the Columbia pike, near West llarpetb, some four miles from Franklin, when ' they were suddenly flanked by aii overwhelming forr.a of Van. Uohn cavalry, with moun...

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. — 7 March 1863

T K H M S : Dailt I'moM, per annum " ww lc Iiii on LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL PATUHDAY MOKXIKO. MARCH 7, lSf!3. Yesterday was a rainy, sloppy, muddy, dir-agrccable day. I). AriXETos Sc Co, of New York, hvo our thanks for a copy of their " Hallway and Steam Navigation Guide." Monrc I'BisoNr.na. Thirty prisoners were brought in from the front yester day, among whom wero Lt. Col. II. H. Daviiho!t, of the 20th North Carolina, Capt. II. S. Monius, 2.11U Alabama and Drum Major Thompson Coleman, of the. 25th Alabama. Cahklkhh iSiiooti.no. Wo have of late heard complaints of the careless shoot ing of t ho Holding stationed on Fort Ncgley, near this city. Several of t lie soldiers there, have been wounded by the carelessness of their comrades. Yesterday gome one on the Fort, fired a minie rille the ball of which penetrated the dwell ing of Esq. Wilkinson, endangering the life of his family. Let the proper au thority have a stop put to tin's careless and unnecessary shooting, before other and more ...

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. — 7 March 1863

f For Freedom and Nationality. it. v. nencKit, r.ditr. 8 IT47RDAT MOR-j-. MARCH 7. 1SC3. TJittlnritnouB rcbol pp0 tl Chi cago 7lwi : Brigadier 0nerl Ptevnson, t Tori IUjl, Las bon ordered under arrest for "tat i D(f publicly f bat bo would rather be beaten than co-operate with a certain nlaaa nt Irfiona atit.rifirizerl liv Iri c-nv- ernme at." This ii the apecillcation con' f famed in lha orrtef lor ln arrest. Ibo meaning la not entirely clear. Gritr SUfemon, by bit mo of the work " beat en," uiy have meant that he would rather lufler personal cliaitiicmcnt than co-operate with negroea, or be may bare i' a- "'"". "" . meant that the Sting of defeat at the W". til' ,, ... " kJ1 Stale), lit watohaepl It FaaiuoM a Vinos nanus ui uia ciiiiiirjiruu rruuiu uui i- i aa humilitating to hi in aa c6-nperlioql with negro oibceni and soldiera. In either Betiie, the expression w not only natural bur creditable. No officer with a proper sense of aelf-respect would say less. .;.'.,.'..'-' Does a t...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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