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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 14 March 1863

"vmxeam , i i i i i "' .- ' ' ' ' i f i " ' ' 1 ; ' I ; . 1 1 I,, . . , ,, , , , " 1 ' ' ' , "! PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OF KB OX PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS VOL .1. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1803. NO 287 B. S.' HAMILTON, ' EUCCKSiOR TO iii.oi.isr . co., . PIIODUCE, GROCERY, COMMISSION MERCHANT, So. I rSOUTit WAHKKf 8TRKKT, ' NABHVILIjK, t ic m jv. LIT It U AND till: KMC FOR SALE LOW HT - B. t HAMILTON,- rPOB ACCO AM) HEOAHS, for -.! low hjr 1 U. 8. HAMILTON'. I)IJKL-S AND CAS riiUlU, Aa'J, for Ml low by , B. &. HAMlLltJ. CANDLEM, (OAP AMD STARCH, for ml low by li 8. UAM1LI0N I.MSX KY., HAM8 AND CLEAR SIMM, Tor sale .,w by . B. 8. HAMILTON. INEOAK, MUSTARD, PEPPER, 8PICIC, UIN V UkK, I' Uiw by eppcr Sauce, and Tomato (etMiip, for eale U H. HA ILIOH. CAOAL AND LAUD 01 1., fur Ml low by" J US. HAMILTON. DAIRY AND BARREL SALT, for a;U"o low by . B. 8. UAMHToN. OT8ir.lt k SAKl'I.N Hi, for ml low by U.U. HAMILTON. IAItD, IN -EH...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 14 March 1863

S33EEB3 mBansBaocam For Freedom and Nationality C. ITlKRCEIt, Bdltor. THURSDAY MOUSING, 1IAECII H, 'C3. t. i 4 .i a Ri-ad the report of the grand Lmon inteting in New York citj. ADO XJoiOll I Dra it twrrping on magnificently, and crackling up copperheads beautifully i Another Conicriptl Our company is fillinj upgrade ually. Captain Rconur, " Tfirollinj; offi cer ' of Dcee s regiment, sent us in anather Union conscript yesterday; or rather a Union citizen of this county, having been conscripted, or conscribed, conclndcd it would be mor agreeable to hit feelings to make tracks for Nashville, instead of trudging to JIcMinnville. We Diutt rebuke Captain Scoiiev for being too infernally slow in his work. Captain, we'll have you broke of yonr commis sion, if tou don't urozress faster, tret up Scobkt 1 Fill up the Nashville ITrjion Guards in double quick time! Wouldn't Stay Captured When the rebels fell back after lha fight at Spring LI ill, a refugee who had Wen in this city for some time...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 14 March 1863

t i: i ai js ; Iuii.t ('nidi, par annum wwk..,' .lid on .. 21 LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL TU(TR?DAY MORNING. MARCH II. I8B3 Harsost Ijiio'.vnloiv is still stopping in our city. He is enjoying good hUh. The amount of lumber cut on (bo Kennebec tnd Tenobucot waters the present season will be about 100,000,000 f.-et. . About one Lundred and twenty rebel prisoners are to leave licre this morning, on the cars, for Louisville. New Sai.oos. Joe Zanonb has just opened a new drinking and eating Sa loon, cn College street, below Church. Give Joe a call. t'smWland river is nearly overflow ing its banks, and still rising. . The back water is now over the low grounds in the vicinity of the city. ' ' aae l 1 ft Confiscated. The military author! ties made a descent on some of the drink ing saloons cf thin city yesterday, and confiscated their "(pints," for violating the order in regard to selling liquor to soldiers. Fiikii Arrival or Si'Hiko Goods. Messrs. HobndelK & Asiibridqe would most respectfull...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 14 March 1863

t tarn that peftpla who difeerad dirih. ha lial ratiTasa in thil State. mT Hot nni'e a frw minnlea together tod wht wa Uink will be Uie .end of (in wir jiniUcdlUy In wh votMWti 4 may batiecemfj to pot down rebellion that hat do ihlow of jutiflcltiun, ( AppUaie.J Under inch cirrfioiiinc I hart been calltdopon hj s oommitt of bidhlf respectable gentlemen to redeem the pledge made in tha campaign, In tlie r.1.r I no atand. And if 1 waa tt1fflfh,'iis t tjccjared I ,'. hJ' faor or Tigi.rou proseruuon ot mu war, and if I did truly believe that the lotereat oTtE couhtry- f f trncenflfcH in importance any political or party or niitin that wa in existence, now to ome forward and lay ao in common with thoa pkH belonged to 4 differ at politi cal pty4 Applauae, ' Such being the fact, I h no heiitati m in eaying that I cdlaW'grew to the 'resolutions that bare been adopted, f Applause. I am for the vigorous prosecution of the war. Applause. I am. for the prosecution of the war until Uiii 'rebelli...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 15 March 1863

,1 J , IT MUST Aft . ; II' lr " PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP fRINTE R3. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLKV, BETWLKN UNION AND DEADEEICK STREETS. lay. t . ' r , : , VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 1803. ' NO 283 mm ifi wife put It -:yk Mm i ifA..HMmi. P B. S. HAMILTON, 8rj(XE9f-OR TO IIAOAN Ac CO.. FltQDUCE, GROCERY, COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 8 SOCTU MARkET STREET, NAHUVIIiliK, TKNI. UTTER AMD CHF.aK roll SALE LOW II r b. tf. HAMILTON. f pORACCO AND NEQAft.1, for sil low I. U. 8. HAMILTON. 1 )!('ILWAM) CAN FRUIT, ASS D, for ml. l.,w lif H. B. HAMILTON. CANDI.EH, SOAP AND STARCH, for l low by II b. HAMILTON. IINEKY., HAUH AND CLKAIl SIDE, ft ml low by B. 8. HAMILTON. VINEGAR, MUSTARD, rEPPER, SPICE, C1N QER, Pepper Hatice, nd Tutnnto Catmtp, tur salt) low by B. B. HAMILTON. CVIAI. ANU LAUD OIL, for Hal low by J H 8. HAMILTON. DAIRY AM) RaRRKL SALT, for ale low b II. f. II A Mil T'N. OYSn-'.RS JSHAKMNlii, fur mite low by B H. HAMILTON. I A HI), IN K1COM AND BARREL, for l low by ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 15 March 1863

Tor freedom and Nationality; . O. HRROBK, K4ltor. SUNDAY MORNING, MAItCII 15, 1863. The Idea of the Rebellion. Great popular convuliion are anima ted br lorn predominating idea. A ua tion may be plunged into a rebellion, or rTi.lutlon, by aeveral influence!, prima rily, baa the -revolution progresses a little way, all lie various impelling ideaa becsm awallowed up in n ureal idea. Tbcra were a hundred causes which iin pelled the English people to rebel against Kiotf Cuarles, but the idea of political frttdom jioon absorbed all others. There weie a multitude of causes, Which pre pared tbv mind of Europe fur Marti Lctnia's lie formation, but the Idea of religious' freedom soon overshadowed every other. Again the influences which caused the Amerioon Revolution were manifold, at the outset, bat the idea of indtpmdmct soon manifested itself ss the great inspiring thought of that itnmor tal struggle. ; Buoh conservative newspapers as. the New York Journal of t'onxmerc, tt the ar mistice-c...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 15 March 1863

1 1 Si f .fin im i!(;aa,M),comjikucial : INDA i' Vlt'OlNli, MAUvU IKO.J Sr. "t;D J'uv.!ivtm:im (.'nuncii. Set- i .' a I Jii-i iium u'ii;; at half ri.tit leii o'clock 'n' JVv, l. iIc.rTi-0P.i-, t,f Indiana ; also a' !n ;!it at 7 i;!ork, l)jr Kit. J. Coorrrt,' l Kriilmky. Mn.iTAiiv ''n,UT.i,. l'nlilin vorbip' will be Iiohl in tlic ltil Iirick Church, on -( Htrci I, mar Hospital No. I, llaia day. I'lcacl.iiig at S oWk, P. M., and j O'Jin (li evening. All arc inritefl to J . t - , f , t ; ' i V V' .rn:VT ke '(.-Ml hf H'ti? Mum firl '. 1,:, (f.rt'y v. i . ti fffiri y- ly City ( nlii illt, v, th- jru i, '.,;' '"rent VI ''on, awl J ruin? Ihm'e Inl'-rj m tii..i tli"""'f, i.d yn Si.iait ui'kt' J'Ulit, mil i ; . n 1 ('..! v t f n t leu mi v.. I ill. ill r-'. are, with ..rmdlmi ut-iUucH tmfliitiil, to pic ird : Awry I"iii nl'it l'all.i't, written by ,TotievA3 lin.i-iM,, .'l , t h ., 111 Mindly '.tj;y lllitl rri'lli-glf in ti ; i.l'iiuiii.i-ij ! ! -;, it ! ) J liarly last minimcr a lialla'l, wi...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 15 March 1863

3?yaBRsa3tB $ astoiUe' Stolon. r- For Freedom and Kationality. . c. nrn i:H, iditor. From Lexinffton, Kentucky. Meeting of . lflt'on MenDe'toM't to lite Jutwil?i Canimlum'lli Unconditional Unionists in th Majority The Pfplevs. rolitieians7!tt Cut-anl-Drinl Hernia tions Vol'd r( All Union Men Invi ted to goto 0 Convention. C TP of Clni Inl.l'.l fjit' tl". Lixincton, Kr., March 1). Puriuant to ft cU in t!io pipr of our city, Oxtpetfl of Fayette county assem bled at the Court lloune at 2 o'clock thin afternoon, to expreas their opinions on the present condition of public allair, and to pond dlngtr to U Uuion Gon vention to be lipid at Louisville on the 18th inst. Joseph WiMon, Esq., was called to the Chair, and Dr. It. J. Spurr appointed Sec retary. About this ataft of the proceeding soma of tha regular politicians arrived, anil were heard to remark that tho or ganization wait rather hasty and prema ture. However, a committee of five were appointed U draft resolutions expressive of the...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 17 March 1863

23523E5K38E?T"T: IT. MUST PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF rWNTE 113. OFFICE ON PMNTEIW' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEKICK STREETS. u tr VOL I. . NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1863. NO 289 r J ' A: . . .......... , .,, . B S. HAMILTON, BU0CKH8OB TO , . ' IIAOAN fie CO, produce; i grocery, AND . , . commission;.;.. MERCHANT, Do. S SOUTH MARKET STREET, , NAB1IVILL1C -TKtfW. tifrTIll AKD CHKEHK F' IA1H IOW BT J B. 8. HAMILTON. fj,0BAtW AN8VQARH,.,Ul.,Wj..j!)LT((y pw KlSTANU CAN" P'Bfr qW'Tap and WAni., ubr iKY, HAMS AND KARIt. jale VINEHAH, MUSTARD, rKI'I'kK, Bl-n.r., i.in OkK, Pepper Sauce, nil Tomato Cat'np. for eale WW l7 liL AND LARD OIL, fori I low by . i B 8. HAMILTON. AIBI A5D B VRKKL SALT for l , - . AJ. o. aLAAae.ai w . AUD IN KEilS AND BARRELS, for sle low by -V - l B.8. HAMILTON. M ACEEKKl.lN KITS AND HALF BARRKLH .for sale low by n"",v' D RIED BEEF AND DKEF TuNOUKS, for sale low il. D. nABIbtun. ) - WKKE, HUUAR AND TKA, for sale low l.y J HAMUTOV. l.AR(iK LOT OK B...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 17 March 1863

! lu. lis! I . I, I in! i i if.' i it -e ! -uiMvv - 'Il' ,f".' C-';' ,-tU M n t V 1 . I 'I. ?;! HI", t . I t,l . Far freedom nd tfationalityy .ji . . i i I. . fflltHCKK, Editor. TUESDAY HORNING. MARCH ll.Jim The Idea of the Loyal Party. In our last issue, we defined the idea ttlt febePion to be negro slavery. To berpctuate'tnd extend this ignoble and darig"routf iyefcmVwhicinia fraud npon I t the riahU Cdii. the rebel leaders are I ripacriCcing' the lives of hundreds and ' thousands of the white citlxons of the gouth, of whom hardty on tmtntyiixOt are lereholdera. i i ' : ' ' ' " Letts briefly define the great idea of tbe loyal party, trhich ia trying to crush euUhis rebellion, and see whothet it hss not stronger elainie upon the wise and good for support, than the idea which actuate the rebellious party. The Idea )s''ff. the loyal party is XationaUtg,iT Union. "The Federal union it, must be pre ared." said. Anurbw,-Jackwut, in an bour which promised to be as prolific ( bloodohed an...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 17 March 1863

1 ' If I". ! I, 30. IS, f t " 3 in Mttttftittlf' .Mi... , T K ll M s: Iiit Union, prw ananas...... ' ..,.. ' f .i t5 LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL. TUESDAY MORN 1 KG. MAHCII K.Pfia Wo were favored ' with m delightfully elesr and pleasant weather yesterday. Cumberland river is falling pretty fast, but there is still enough water on tho shoals to float the old L untitles.'-',. '.. Our friend W. II. KkSi.eii, the attentive newsdealer, has our thanks for the latest news and illustrated papers. So has Billy Collies. ,,,,.. i . In the last day or two, over1 two Imn dred and fifty bales of cotton have been shipped from Mr. , Andt Hamilton's warehouse,' in this city, to Louisville. Godey's Lady's Book. Mr. Wm. Col tKt, the popular and energetic news- ueaier, oi zi; nerry street lias re , ctived Outlet for ApriL ' .. ' Read Capt. ' ItARRf Tiioiiniiero's ad veiisemeni in lo-nay paper, lie can v,uu your wants, lis manes no dtllerence what they are. He is aeapltal fellow. FcttNiTcnn Balk Mrs. Sweeny wil...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 17 March 1863

to.::.-.- ... v rr tli. V. !' , i Pof 'Preedom and Nationality. t 1 . M. C. mERCF.lt, El.tr. TUESDAY MORNING, 'MAROll IT, 1863. EaAiTCi Broom, of the Kw York Eprsss, (copperhead,) makei tUll frnk confcition, which we commend to both rebels and ccnrrTtiTei : Ths Souk mint milertlani, if now, men there ever pause to OUnlt of ft future Ouit a a txrnriSrnllll tMl dmJ TnOTB of OH Aholitionist than all the I'inanapationut 'fmm Wilberforce to Garrison. Slatery is influ enced by it simpl snd lone, snd four fold mors than by ths Bid of Proclaim. tlnnL Tki liberation of slaves, how eer, whether by wsror proclamation, is not the enlijuisiion of the South, nor is it tbe Africaiiuation or tbe norm. Gentlemen of the conserrstife press, please make a note of this, will you? It Is Vrtcisely wbftl we he always said, although you called as radical. Bishop Qimhlaw, (Catholic) of Mobile, IVaa arresled by the I'roroat Juard, at "midnight, and taken to prison Ho wai lib-rated next day. The Catholic Teh g...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 18 March 1863

- 'tii . . , IT MUST j?. s - - -r- I AM H Wr , is n at. .. P PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTE ES. OFFICE OX PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 18113. NO 200 IV . -s. -"i J AvN ffl lie B. S. HAMILTON, 8CX'E?.-SOU TO HAOAN Sc CO, PRODUCE, GROCERY, commission"'0 merchant, So. 8 SOUTH MAKKKT HTRF.KT, NA8HVILLK, a'KNN. VTriTKK AND C1IKCK FOB BALE LOW IIY B.H. HAMILTON. MioU VC O AN'II ft KHARS, for sal low hv Hate low ny b. 8. uaAi;lton. mi KLWANO CAN FltLlTS, AMS'D, for phI low I" It U II A Hit T.sl TV a, a. navtu.iv 1MI K3, SOAP AND STAllCH, for rml ! by i s3. Iiniriiuiioi. VTvK KY., HAUB AND CLEAR RIDK, for wile 11,'.. li. X. HAMILTON'. V. msko'ab, mi'staro, veppkr, BUCK, Ol N- V liH! PcprT Kauoe, and Tomato ( atnp, for eulo k)Wb H, B. HAMILTON. Cvtll AM) LARD OIL, torsade low by J U a HAMILTON. AIltT ANI BARREL SALT, for ile low by II. CI. I1A1ULI A OYSTERS A hARDlNKB, for sale I w by HAMH.TOK. LAUD. N KEU- AND...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 18 March 1863

i 1 jcsvs Pot I'recdoni and SutionaUtyi 9. ITIFItCi:i. lid K or. WEDNESDAY MOSSING. MARCH 13. 'C3. Bouthcrn Kentucky. We Lre no doubt of lie fidolitj od loyltj of QDcrt Botlb, but there U no doubt tlit ho bis been grossly imposed on hj UDiouod, or foolishl kind-hcai tt-d Union men, in reference to the rckl char acter of mnj of the relfle of Southern Kntuckj. We My of Soutlum Ken tucky, because we will testify only to wbt we know. For weeks past wo litre received information from timo to time, that numbers of the original inciter of the rebellion in thai end of Kentucky, after being arrested and taken lo Loui tille, have been allowed lo return 1o their Lome in quiet. These men recruited largely for Buckneii and KnaxKisuiroK; adviiod and persuaded the rebels to oc cupy various towns in Southern Ken tucky ; aided them in seizin; the State revenuo from the SheriQ ; enlisted and drilled rebel soldiers; insulted and op pressed loyal citizens; stole horses and destroyed valuable property J...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 18 March 1863

U4 J5ltviUc Pinion. T I: it ro s : iH I LI I' MOM, JH?r KHLUiU . . . J10 W " " " WIM'K LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL. amwiii wim u.au a niywni WEON'EsHAV LVKNIN'O. MARCH 18, '03. llf-member Mrs. 8wekkey' auction ule 111 is moraing, at 10 o'clock. ' Oftcrrt Shoulder Sirtjji, that will Dot Urniali or corrode, cau be had at Messrs. Ghees & Greek, 43Cul!"ge street TLs Cuuibtrland ri-cr is strll falling, but tbers is yet enough walnr for all steaubtMting purposes. Tbidat Night. (Jo to the Theatre Sr-2a.rX. Fiida night. IIaekt Evkhkit takes lii bcutfit then. Mr. Wm. S. Cheatham, of College street, the gentleman that Las become so fitruous fur selling superior wines and li quor, has our thanks for late favors. V "dare you to d it again," Mr. ClIIiTIIAM. Rcmcrnbt-r Mrs. Sweenei's auction sale this uioruiriR, at 10 o'clock. Our thanks are due to 1'nowN & Co., V. II. Kkklku, 1!ili.t Collier, It. II. Sinqleto.v, aod Tbuksdail for late pa per.. We are nidi-bled to Mushis. Bit own & Co. fur l...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 18 March 1863

For Freedom and Nationality, it. c. MKUcru, rdito. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 'C3 Tobacco Gbowino is Teiiubtlvaiha. The tobacco crop in TennsjlTinia Las tbii year proved quite uuccfMful. In Lanca.ler county the lcf tobacco misI nesi has increased Tcry largely within the last few year, and vast sums hare been expended in the purchase of the leaf in that county. Thb New Iuoh-cxad Fleet. The Naty Department has contracted with IIablak &, IIoi-USoswonTii, of Wilming- ton, Delaware, to build the first vessel of the new iron-clad fl.ct for 380,000. Meiuuck, of Philadelphia, is to build another at the same rate. A'Tlan to end tub Wah Jake B. TiitRSTOif offers, through a Tort land (Maine) journal, "to furnish for tho aura of $500 (which som shall be ciron for the relef of the sitk and wound- ed roldiers) a plan which will close up the rebellion and unite all the Stales in six months, or refund the mony." Tho Indianapolis Sentinl, (Copper head) admits the existence of secret po litical...

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. — 19 March 1863

gr: a&A.' y 3.Tr-r' iMHlY PUBLISHED BY AN ASfSOCIATION OF rRINTERS. OFFICE ON TKINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEKICK STKEET3. . i a i 'in ill i -l- 11 I ' " f " . i..i i 1 '' " i ! . -ii. i I i i i i T . . . . . ' r . i '" i l i ' tfTraiH - . ' --Of Aft I ' IT, t f I li i Y-.i-i!...r4-fr--.v- 3r-r fe v -vt f-r-r B.. S. II A'MILT ON. J tAOAN at (JO, . AND commission ' Merchant, 1 J K".1 KitlTH MASKS).' STREET, NAHHVILLF, 'X'lCN'frf. trriu aj;u tiiK.EHK tor m t low nv i J 1 f . !,. IIAMIMKN. 1 11K'K LKJ AND CAN' FBl'lTS, AS'P, f..r lt low ' ,;. H. rt. HAMILTON c AM'I.F.3. SOAP AND HTAK'II. for an I Ly , , - tt S. JlAMiLUiN. 1-1KKY.. HAMS AND CLKAU BIDK", fir vala ' w ,y U. 8. HAMILTON. VIS KU KlC, M I VrAKI), l-Kl'TLK, VH,K, 1.IN OKK, fopiKT bin,nd Toinulo i nvmy, lr wlo U,w l.y U. 0. 11AIIII.ION. (OAL AND LARI) til L,firal li hf j UK. llMII.TOV. DAIRY AND U kltUE( SALT, fr iile low J U. H. HAMII TkN. O'tSI'KRS k gARDINKS, for wil I. w J ' " ' H.H. IIAMII.TON. I 'Alia IK KKi...

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 March 1863

uQ00 s7 ewl(lcefwraBial"'4 o I f .o I t For Freedom and Nationality . V. ItlEItCKn, E4Uor. THURSDAY MORNISU MARCH 19. 1863 The interesting letter of our torrei pondent "Felix," published this morn ing, has been uniecounUbly delayed in its Journey through the mail. All Must Share the Burdens of the U i War. There is no class of .our, population which can justly expect to be exempted Worn the burdens and dangers of the war now pending. The poor and rich, tbe old and young alike are involved in its trials, and they roast be endured. Ve bare been not a little diverted as well as aatot jlted .at, the . aympalby , expressed by the, c(jerviiUve organs for the poor refugee slaves when spenking of th des titution,' disease, and mortality which have afflicted them in their various places of rendezvous within our -lines. They preach loudly against the cruelty of thus allowing negroes to suffer and perish, and profess to be shocked ai the inhumanity (f anti-slavery men. , i , .How, waiving i th...

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 March 1863

1 i ? i ,, T I'. II M s : f)n.t IJViMi.P'W nimiii. (...,, .; 110 00 " " ,, " t k ( LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL THURSDAY MOUNIHO. MAIICII 19. 18r,:i The weather win cloud jcsterdijr with an occasional iprtnkle of ruin. m m ' Cumberland river fell fiv or six fert jeiterday, leaving about Iwciity feet tter on Ifarpeth shnalii W. II. Kkeler, Billy Coixikk, IIkown Ji Co., and the Amij Now! Depot, have our thanka for late newspapers. Don't Fonc,r.T It. To-morrow night tbat deserving and popular aclor, Uaruv Kvr.aPTT,'tk a benefit at (ho theatre. Our friend John T. How will please accept our thinks for late and substantial fivori, in the way of news. - A Coon Sign.- There was not a' single !se tried ia the Recorder'! Court yen lrday morning. . The inoiala of our uty are evidently improving. A package of letters for the l"lh Ken tacky Regiment was lost last evening. Any one finding the sumo will be suita bly rewarded by leaving them at the Post Office or the Regiment near Judge's jpring. MarchlO-l...

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 March 1863

Fori J mdoiiv. unci JTatlo;ulity. s. c.,racnri;ii, r.ditor. THURSDAY MORNISfl. MAr.iHJ, 1SG3 -UUM-M - 'r-i' - -7V---.-'- --.- - -- Gov. Johnson in. Hew Jersey. ? The $,:Y'M of the 13 th in fit., toys; The first public (Iimnnstration of the Union League of Newark will lake tilaee, this evojiwipvwhtn the mhijIo will lie ml. drcumt (IiiV.ji Aritly Johnson and Uori t J'Uytif t-4 (if Timnefsu, Ex-Go?. Vrjy;Hir nf ln lini find Mr. James 8. MwWHtrHh, of JhieJ-clfye -Tliis drmon atration will be followed by weekly meetings of the League, to be addressed by dist'nguitihcd speakers reircenti!)S both polilkral parties. f . The loyalist of New Jersey contemplate holding a State demonstration at Trenton before, the nd-Jou-nlm4ii of4thc .eilnure. ""-....nxngizg Loyalist. t A mo tip; ilhe- privners roceutly ! nr ed, March 1st,' by tfcncial John McN'il, in Moutlieast Mrssorrri, and since sent to St. Louis, i a Captain li. T. iSickel, who was rebel lVAvost Marshal of Woomfield, Missourj. Ou the ptrt...

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