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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 8 March 1863

V PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK 'STREETS. I 'lie! irrn' 'V It it. VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1803. ., ' NO 2S2 . OFFIC1A.L. LINT Of LF.TTt.HS REMAINING ttl the. P.,tOffle.t Na.hvlll. Teo urm, in the Ut dav of Kirch. le'U. which If not taken out lu three month will be mI to the General Peat-OITIra a dead letter. Peisons callinii fur letter lu tbi list will pieu my, 'MiimliMii.'1 t ' LADIES LIST. Abrahams Mm 3 A'iuouI Alice MW Ariu'trong M Mr A...ln. Sunn 8 Mr t A rosining K W Mill A Jii" Sarah Miaa Aiucrol Ll-aa ft ichimon Mary F. Mrs hod Martini F 11m Ivi k aily Mia In n Sarah tin lirrwn Kie-i-y Mle Kyarl Milll Mia ir.wu Jane Mr i'.TOu Fanny Ml Hitey M irv Ann Mia Br wn I'oliy W Mm W mi Clin Mini Brown Cnlednnl EMI-ut Hr'iwn Kura Mm U.jIk'P l.vnm Ml Hrooki Aiiby M Mlwi IVrueil l.ttri Mir B i-m-t hindy Mm Martha Mm . lir iv.n Ann. Misa :, . liiiiM T Mary MM . ., Uimhl tlimbeih Mint Barclay Murlba Min...

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. — 8 March 1863

A)iVvl4&i..C;t For Freedom tad Nationality I. C. nEROBll) Editor. 8CNDAT MORNING, MARCH 8, 1803 United Statei Sanitary Commiiiion, W bad the pleasure on Friday mn- ioc. of mMllng with Meisri. F. Law Olmbtiad, tnd F. N. Ksorr, the former the chief officer of the United States Sanitary Commission and the latter the founder and general director of those truly benerolcnt establishments called the Soldiera' Homes'. "The eoldiers are more indebted to these two gentlemen,' ayi a distinguished physician, connect ed with the United States Sanitary Com mission, "for the proper and smooth working of all the machinery connected with their sanitary good, than to any other gentlemen in the country." Messrs. Olustkad and Korr left for Murfrers- boro yesterday morning, to inquire into the health of our gallant soldiers in the front. We commend them to "Hosei bans boys" as good angels, whose mission is one of genuine philanthropy and patri otism. The Conscription Act. The loyal newspapers of 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. — 8 March 1863

t V i axxlivillc Virion. t 1; l MS ),n r li'moii, per snnnin. ....... . " " week....,"..., .. 25 LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL SUNDAY MOKN1NG, MA EC 1 1 8 18C3 1 1 We return iur thanks toW. II. Kkelkb, 'iRtM.vCoi.Liw, BuowNut Co., nd R. If. .Singleton, fr late papers. The oUru of fire yesltrdty eyening ws caused Yf tbe cJiinuiey of a dwell- ing on High afreet being burnt out. There were two huned and seventy ij. j'ivala a the Suldins Home, in Cin t cinnati duriDg tbe patweek. A rebel apy, an Irislnian, was arretted at East Mayifille, or, Stnday nigh. He ! was pent to Cincinnati 1 Twenty-one soldifs died in general j Lonpilal in Louisrilis during the wek j ending last evening tnong whom wer I futir rebel prisoners Capt. Xctc IlAT8,)f Mohoah's brigade, who was taken ptacner near Danville, Ky., a few days o, has been sent to Camp Chase, Ohio. The olRee of ilii Columbus diisis, edited by Gov. Sah VIedary, wai mob bed laol Thursday light, by a crowd of soldiers and citizens. '.The office was en t...

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. — 8 March 1863

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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. — 10 March 1863

V? "V r t a' 'T!J.liSH.lg.'i,,m WM IT MUST Bs p I X. 1'UBLISH.ED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF FMNTER3. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. VOL I.' NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 18G3. NO 283 - a aa aaam I el "Wi. Jk. '.11 lfj fj !1tt01t. y h-"? '- 5 VL r Sr, , t jr & : 4 ""f f B. S. HAMILTON, Bucciaaon to 1 ' : I "3 IAOAK Ac CO., , r PRODUCE, GROCERY, 1 COMMISSION." MERCHANT, Ho. S SOCTII MABKItr HTRLET, NA8HVILLK, TKNN. i - " rjlOBACCU A.M. SK0AB.S,fUr.M.)lOwhiLToN 'KLrSAND CAFEnTS,BAas P.frrTUp QAHD1.M.WAF AND rTABll, V!N,KV.,HAUH AND I riNFOAB, MUSTARD. PEPPER. SPICK, C1N I V Gill, FaVp-r tauc.nl Tomato Ml! ON low by ' pOAliTLABU 01 L, for l. to- .,..,,,. - " l. te. I J)A IBY AM. BABRKL "'TtJn. qY.HTF.1W A HAKMNBi, for saU j,. JAU), IS .KM AMOUABB- for J j r'nii'KlIIH AND ASH'D GANDIFS, fit C ""-T,,M-. . ,,rirmk- IN KITS AND HALF BARRKL3, Tor M.K B. a. U A MILIEU. D HIED UKKF AND BKr.jr r i OKFKE, HVU AR AND TKA, for U low 1 b,- . I C 1. a hck it...

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. — 10 March 1863

BaslriUc atnion. F?r Jreadcm and nationality 0. V. SiEIICKK, MUor. TDEKDAY MOUSING, MARCH 10, 1861. The Refuge of Slavery. It wss fYorit theory of that emi nently bd snd ambitious msn, Mr. Cal SOTif, (bat a nation which had a system of domeslio slavery, would bo more Jealdua of lta liberty than . tn whoss ttlfeiii performed their own labor; and that a system of slavery was nereisary to glra stability to a democracy. Mr. CAtnorjr held that tho fres citiiens of a alaye Confederacy, wonld acquire a ha rod of slsrery of all kinds, so far a it ralated to their ' own persons, from the tsmp! of It degradation which they rt-r had before them in the persons f their ( menials, and that from thin Woald pr.n.r. up a spirit of Indomitable rids whioh would brook no political hackles. This theory has been univer sally accepted ns correct by the pro-slars-ry champions of the country. Like most f the peculiar tioliensof the great South Oarolina overseer, this theory will not tear the test of common ...

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. — 10 March 1863

V gJasltviUc 3ttriw. T r. It 318! DikT fatoH, pr unnn ...til 00 ' ' " " ww ft, LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 10 MX Do You Love fun V If you do don'i forget Sprag'jo's Minstrel's at Odd Fel low' Hall. The rinr wm on a stsnd yeatcrdsj. The probability is that it will com mence lulling to-day. No river new of importance. , Yesterday was a day of pleasant weather. Gardening was going on in earnest. We hope oar people will be permitted to reap what they plant. The branches of ths Hank of the State of Indiana pay all demands for the re demption of thai circulation in coin. So saystho Louitmlle Journal. It is said that under the Congreaaional Stamp Act it cost the executors of Nich olas Lonciwobth four hundred and Viirtj) dollart to purchase stamp to put upon his wilL It commenced snowing1 and sleeting last night about ten o'clock. It seems that wo are destined Dot to have more than one day of clear weather at time. Well, we are rich and careless, and don't care a copper. Tbe...

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. — 10 March 1863

r I , ' f t ' ! i f 1 " l oKTlMMl f" ! I acred thst which a man hsl to hint elf, no wrong to flsjsrsnt as that of robbing a man of himself cher; that it ii an abomination to s'l a man and to sell hira loud cheers ; that it in no lets an aWnidatlon to breed a man and to lell him ter, heai than for a msn to barter away his own uffuprinR for gold load cheer ; that it ii an abomination to expone men and women on the auction block and feci their muscles and hand tbem oer to tho highest bidder as y? would . cattle; shame I that it i' an abomination to deny to t woman the rights of chastity and maternity. Hear; that it is an abom ination judicially to declare that a col ored man has no rights which a white man need respect Hear, hear : that it is an abomination to llog a naked woman, who) her she be a Honnat ian Countess or an Airican slave Hear, hear; that it' is an abomination to fine, imprison, flog, and, on ft .repetition of the act, hang a man lor leaching another man to read the Bibl...

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. — 11 March 1863

m5zaw M'y.mmimiaMiiM.at'.i mgr. ' It? S.j a JlMiwtlJIe PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP rBINTERS.OFFICE ON HUNTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. NASEVlLLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 18G3. vol I.; NO 284 B. S. HAMILTON, SUCX tStOK TO JIAUAN Ac CO.. PRODUCE, GROCERY, commission"" merchant, Ko. SOUTH MARKKT feTREKT, NA8IIVILLK, TKNK. moBACCO ANI.BKOAM. for I AND1K3, SOAP AND STARrII, for sale low by c f,':,v'"a"3 AXD CL'ABVLDARM1.f;oN,"t lTlNKOAB, MUSTARD, FttPPHR, BPICK, OIK V U Kit, Peppr Sauce, end Tomato ''""P '"' Uiw by u B' "AMiLioa. IOALAND LA 110 OIL, for low by c 1 O, II ADll'l vii- AIUT AND BARREL SALT, for rile low by '. D 6 u. a. i j m 4 a. -. i TSfKIW k 8AHD1SK3, f.,r salt 'r w ky - jabI), i N uu "MJg r7ACKtW. AND A.WD 0'. U nH low ty B,H. HAMILTON. MAfKHRKUN KITS AND HALF A'' Ml w-w by B. a. HAMILIOH. JOFFEB, SUGAR AN1. THA, far m. fr-flpy, j LAR(7lC LOT OK UOiJTS ANDaJloSS, SUITABLE ii.r Mutl' Trails. . , BUTLERS' GOODS. : Agm,ra. .-ortmeulof Su.W.' rt...

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. — 11 March 1863

qcraa3 For Freedom and Nationality . V. PIKUVmi, Kdltor. . WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 11, . Heavy Edition. Yeaterday morning we worked off over fifty-five hundred copitt of the Dailt Union, and yet the whole edition was tthauited br noon. In addition to the copies circulated, we had orders from 'newsdealer, which we were unable to fill, for over six hundred copies more, making a total of more than sir.li-oue , hundred copies. This is far ahead of any I circulation ever attained by any daily newspaper in this city. The morning ' before we printed lioo large editions which were both taken by ten o'clock We- return our sincere thanks to the . public for these substantial evidences of their approbation of our newspapor, and believe we can safely promise that in a few weeks It will havo more claims ojion their approbation than ever. We labor for what we sincerely believe is for the good of the commonwealth. .Correction. In the list of officer dismissed from the Army in front, published 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. — 11 March 1863

r gjtashviUc Virion. I' K M s : 0111 I'niok, pr annum. ' " wk... 110 ) 2 LOCAL AND. COMMERCIAL WEDNESDAY IVF.NINO, MAUCH 11, C3 Straoue's MinslrtU are atill perform iug at Odd Fellow's Hall, and continue to draw good houses. Teuebdail, Billy Collier, Bbowh & Co. B. U. SixoLtTON, and V. H. Keki.kri tha gentlemanlj and kind newidealeri of our city, hare our thanki fur renewed favori. The Cumberland if riting at thii point, and the hearj rains of the last few days will, it la feared, bring it again out of ita banki. Tb weather ia very diaagroeable. It rained almost inceiaantly yesterday and until a late hour last night, with no pros ptks of clearing off soon. Fuom Franklin. It is currently re ported that Van Dobm, by ths haaty ad vance of the Federal troops, has quit tor- tifying at Spring Hill, and is now in full retreat on Columbia. Officers who are in want of ITats, Caps, and Gents Furnishing Goods, should go to Gbeen & Grees'b, 43, Col lege street. They" keep constantly on ...

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. — 11 March 1863

for Trtfdom n4 Nationality. f"l" niViiiiiaiiaw- . ' ' i WfcVsE.OAY MORNING, MARCII 11, .'63. ,-. , rI "mi I . OFFICIAL. LAWS OF THE UMTED STATES, Pasted at 0 Ui'vi StisioA' if VJrty 1 " itwnth Congress. -Public -No. 31. Ah Act temporarily to supply Yacaaeict in the Execotire Department in certain eatea. .... Beit tnadtdhy vu Sennit and House of Heprtsentatitet of Vit United Stales of America in Congrtxs auemMed, That in lata of the death, resignation, absence from the seat of OoTernment, or sickness of the head of any Execuiire Depart Dienlof the OoTcrnimnt, or of an J officer of either of the said Departments tfttose appoint man t is not in lbs head thereof, whereby they rannot perform the duties of ther re.pecli e oiBces, It ahall be law ful for the Prenidontof the United Slates, in ca.se he shall think it necessary, to an thoriae the head of any other Executive Department, r other officer in ei her of said Deprtmens, -whose appointment it Tested in Ibe President, at his diecretio...

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. — 12 March 1863

it mr, t n V js--j r o O P PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF HUNTERS. OFFICE ON 1'RINTLIiS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEMCK STREETS. 2C iVOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TIIUJiSDAY, MARCH 12, 1803. NO 285 4 : H i' Mt 'BlfPill' 3$4'Ii4 Ilk k. s; HAMILTON, 8TO.r.S.SOtt TO - IIAOAN As CO., rRODUCE, GROCERY, AKD EMISSION MERCHANT, So. 8 SOUTH MA UK K 1 STKrSl, NA8HVILLK, X ENN, UTT KB AKD CUKJu-H FOB 8AI.lt LOW KT U. S. HAMILTON'. 10BACCO AND SEOARH, fur aula low bv KlCKLF. AND CAN FBUTrf, A!W D, for sale low ,y a. a. naaii'iv..- 1ANM.E3, SOAP AND STAB"!!, for sale low by hMSK KY.,nAM9 AND CLEAR "IIiES, dr ul I . ' U d U.MII.IfW low By IMNFOAB, M18TABD, rEPPF.R, SPICK, 1N V O kit. PeDner Sauce, and Toimito Catsup, fur sal 1 ' r u k. ui u I inv iw by iM. AND LA HO OI L, fur sal. low by ,IRT AND UARRKL HALT, for low by ABD, IN KKO.S AND BABBK1., for Ml low by lj At. o, 11 A SI 11.1 VI.. , 1AKK-I, CRACKKIW, AND AAS'D ANPlEtf, Sir , sulo low by U.S. HAMILTON. U I ackerllin kits and iiaif barrels...

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. — 12 March 1863

t $as!;nUc Pinion. For Freedom and HatioaaUty H. O. Tl KIICF.lt, ltd I tor. THURSDAY MORXINO, MARCH 12, 'C3. A Richmond Tditor on tho Evils of a Democratic Government. Relieving (it in (lie preifnt civil war the two great rlc raonls at trife arc tho ipirit of freodum, on tho si do of tho Union, and the spirit of duapntism on the aide of the rebellious States, wc have om'.tted no occasion to impress this fact upon the minds of ear readers. We bo lieve that the Southern rebellion is main Ir and essentially tho rebellion of a poli tical Uveholding faction against free gOTorntneat tlio revolt of an arrogant lolf-conceilod, meagre minority againal tho voice of the majority. From time to time we have published extracts from Southern sources, showing the hatred of tho rebala for domooracy, but have never . published any thing more plain-apokrn than the following extracts irom an article in a late number of the Suutltem Literary Messenger, publish' ed at Richmond, Virginia. We hope that 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. — 12 March 1863

s- I jjHastaillt fliimou. T i: r.i s : Pailt I'moi, pr itniiHn .l(l !l .. to LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL Til! lt-!AV .VOUSINU, MA II 'II 12, I HC3 'Inn Wbatiikr. lo (he flurpriso of all, yfstcrday uss rt pretty day. A ln .ivy fr'ist w.n viriiMo early iu the nior- r,u. The sun shono out in all of liii gulden spli'iid r, and tho ky was Ltauti- ii t mi i . I ii, iy clear, mo wina, it 14 ime, wh railn i1 colli, slurp and billiijc, but still it was a day wi ll calculated to please all. Tmk Minstkei.8. Tlioso negro mlo dNls still have full houses to witness tluir gimis of Lurt-cork ccecntricilies at Oild Fellows' Hall. La Belle Louise is Kruwinjr in favor wilb the iiaditlf.j of the Hall, while tho vocal and instrument al music of the etitiro troupe is received wilh hearty applause. Under the man-B.-cimnt of Si'KAut'K and Allkn the Min ilieU will become a permanuut "imtitii Iikii" of Nashville. Tiuu ir.K. To-night will be performed . Hie beautiful tnd sHecting play of "The hjlranger," to bo follo...

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. — 12 March 1863

1 UiihviUc Pinion; i"r JfreGdom and Nationality. ft. c. niF.uciJt, i.eiitor. official. .laws of tiic united states, ' FatseJ al fit lh'rd Rwon r,f fit lUrty seventh Congress. -I ' FiBLTC-No. 3L Ah Act to clmnj (lie time of holding tho circuit. And district. courts of the ' Voited Sl.teg in tho several diatrictB .'. in i lie sevcDth district. " Dt it enatfed ly the. Hewitt and House of I'tfirnentiitivet of the United Stutet of Awriai in Congress assembled, That in of tiia times now fixed by Jsw, tli citcuit and district courts of tho United States i'.r ths ftcrsl districts in tin KIhIih coliipimlruf tlie seventh judicial circuit shall hereafter be held as follows : a. , r .onio. - ' . At rievrlan'T, for (he northern district '-"of ()M',in h firot Tuesdays in the .. tumi In of January, May, and September in mcli yea'. ' - ' - - At (Jincinnali, for ths southern district of O iii, on the first Tuesdays in the Dionihsof Febrnsry, April, and October in each year. MicrfHiiaN. t At Detroit,...

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. — 13 March 1863

MMwwimiiiiWbiiiimi sTiKe.'wi.a.-.sa.gK - Nff, Mr'' f ' a. nut it m 5 1 in a F", i! 'iwwar 1o...,J'-4m... , : r ar .ler, r--r"t- r--r-r ;--HH rUBLISIIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF rRINTEE3.-rOTICE ON riUNTEKS ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DKADFKICK STREETS. J'. '..'$ i "-d U U ai 1 NASHVILLE,': TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1803. Hum AO 20 ; 1 b,.:vm lMirraw tun!!i or un ;: m rip1' - - ' r.-v It -noy ".II 'a Ktx.l. ;..,.. k .. w.i ir ,.; ... ta . I hid, Co. v D it. I. r, m. OIVI Uuutl, l7. ptly. InlllDi 11. i 2k or. IT IS lira, to r4 mill t Myl. Mtl UUD VUHt. kt IH lur R8. .CUB 'S. MY, tloa f ent, N, ST. 0, J.S. !S KU u 1. 1 In, I.KB I utlwr nil nJ Kir.il to kWlIlM . II . y Hmi ri ll -I n.i: 'hll D, aUvilcl KM, i Nitln ON .OIK, YOU. IIAUAM c CO.. PIIODUCE,, GIipgETO,;,, COOISSIQX. JlEPvCIlAXT. r .. MAf;rfv:f Rfcr, x ' NABUVILL TV TKNN. J il U'tK UlKili r()K 8AI K LOW UV '. ..i- ft. VHA?T1I.ToV. A M'uPAnnft AS!)IAJM, fur-nif liw J It. 8. HAMILTON. iAMI.Kf,fcAl AN U 8T&ACU, Tor mlf low by 1 BK...

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 March 1863

1 ! I : ! ( ! 1 u I !! 5 !t ill li'i , I f ! ii. hi lagstwnjaa For Freedom and Nationality ). V. PIKIlCKtl, Editor. F2IDAY MOI.XISO, MAI5CII 13 1803. The Emancipatioa Proclamation. 1 No act of (ho President lms railed forth such deluge of abuse, jeers, and constitutional twaddle from the oppo nents of the Administration as the proc lamation of freedom to those persons who are held in boudtge in the rebellious States, and in rebellious districts of oth er States. " It is Tory unconstitutional;'' sayg the Chicago 'limes. "It is like the Tope's Bull against the comet;" says the New Yoik Erpress. "It is a Irutum fulmen;" sajs tho Louisvillo Journal. "It is barbarous ;" says the Cincin nati Enquirer. Thus along the whole conservative line resounded imprecations, derision, and lugubrious protestations. . The President was a savage, a fool, a tyrant, a bloody usurper, a Nero, a Caligu la, a cannibal, a murderer of women and children, a gboul, a vaiupyre, a bi ing whose ferocity made the ra...

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 March 1863

T K? v 4V44 a- T K II M s : Oaut Ciim, pr anuiim fin no " w.-k. jR LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL. FRIDAY MOUNINO, M AUCIi 13. 1803 Police Proceedings. BKroEB Hecordkb Shani Ihuriday, March lltlu Thos. Cspps was drunk too drunk to leave a house where his room wss more desired than his company. A flu of three dollars and costs wss levied on Thomas. Mrs. Flaherty, who appeared in court with three little children, was found guillr of tippling in two cases. She was sentenced to pay Gve dollars and costs in each case. John Alley, a crippled and palsied specimen of humanity, was up for dis orderly conduct. lis was "turned out." Mr. McKee was drunk and disorderly imagining that ho had been knocked down and robbed. Ths Recorder made him pay a fin of five dollars and "trimmings." Jas. Dullle, for being drunk and dis orderly, was fined three dollars and costs. Mrs. Craig, charged with keeping a disorderly house, was discharged on paying the costs of the case. Mr. Phillips, for indecent exposure of pers...

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 March 1863

w. T' - .. ! "K" W. NUN MAKER. HYU'N H. WH'l ..Government Claims. , Prnr.ic Uksoi.ittiov No. 11 tip 1 t i , 3 i r t k i ; . j. i ii ir r Freedom InJ HiloaJitycJ For . '. OTIC IIC liK, idllor. LAWS OF; T1. tfW, .STA.9., teventh twi;res$. An Act for th? removal of tliii, YliH)ebr-i pur,)vt rlt J ebriwry 1,, 411. , CO IndiiUU,ini.f.tl(v BAlcO! .IhJiii'CiA U --' 1 ..i; k,.-... - Aa'S.- i-encrvation ia Minneitola for thtir ben efit. - rriiilf l LO't'Kltjj'f Sm'hot-, iletf ff inrit) flint spV1 or '"'' Winnebago Indians s tract of unnccnpiod land beyond tbo liniiti of any Stale,' in extent at katUfuAl.la ilwir d.miiiialir'l. rcai-rvati.Jif.-'tw ttimt. djr,jC'Wcl1 ltd .lifted- for agricu hn lawful agricultural p.ironrs. And it shalll awful for (be Trident take null I tM lbelinjr dVbnir'pi-J frri the peaceful and quiet removal of tbe eaid to aittie tliem upon tbc lands which may bi.WitJmd.16 tattix. nttlua tU41.r"iiPi' of this act. Sec. 2. And U ii further enact!, That, upon the tfuiiivalLff...

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