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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 20 March 1863

S!itP?v i'tyVfTT "ffAVWg f hiiin; ' , IT MUST jb 3" - - w A r1 V A? . PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP HUNTERSOFFICE ON TPKINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEUICK STREETS VOL I. MSIIVILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1863. NO 292 r - :-v.jJ;.. III 1WJ.11 : Il Mf mir . ' 1 - . i p (i 5 HAMILTON, rH!(X.'E:SOR TO I). S. PRODUCE, GROCERY,' AND , COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 8 SOUTH MARKET STREET, ; NAHIIVILLIC TKNN. VVrrTTNrTcTTKKr'K Foil SALE LOW lir J'j" B. 8. HAMILTON. miiluL't O AND BKQ ARS, fr rile low by rpllALii B. B. HAMILTON. iAirilLl?AND CAN rm'IW. A D, fr.r,l low I ! U.S. HAMILTON. SOAP ANI HTAllfll, for l low by II S. HAMILTON. HAMS AND CLKAK SIDE, for Kola B. 8. HAMILTON. T.M V I I')' 1 a iv A iriNKIiAH, MLM'AHl). V hi i: 1','piMT fcauco.ond Toinuto ('Alfiip. fur :il6 (II iy U. 8. HAMILTON.. jjuAl. AND LAKI.01L,furS.U.ow,yAMiToN f URT AN l BARREL HALT, for sile low by j)u . U. H. HAMllTuN. ltl IS KE11H AND BARREL, for Mle low by ' B. 8. HAMILTON. pAKK, CRACKERS, AND AfW ,AJJI...

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

""..I-1 - . -fyr"-1 -Fr Freedom and nationality) p. iikC i.k, i:ditor. FRIDAY .MOllMNG, MARCH 20, 13, It every citizen of TennesHcc rend, rJ ndilu(lT the powerful irticleof lion. B. J. Walk eh, of Mississippi, on Pnnylanift nd Virgin!. Fellow-ctt-.ltn, ws cannot sITortl to disregard the Uon of experience, and the -loi j nc a I logic, of facts which it embodies, lie who will close Lis eyeg jingl them luust bo either madmn or a conserv atWe.' ' OoTernor Johnson's Tone Rally of the Unionists Sentiment of Ten nessee Patriots. . j Tho cordial reception which Governor Johsbos hat received everywhere in the North, and the profound attention and en 'thuaiastic approval which hi appeal fur the Federal Union havo received, must bo deeply gratifying, not only to himself, but to the uncompromiitinjuncondition al, and earncHt Union incu of TcuneRHce, of whom he is so truly a representative man. Without pretentions to what is c popularly teimcd ' oratory, perhaps no : other speaker has more aptly...

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

nana w imn r l iui- ln'9, vory UlHod lilted Ac. Flag-. SI 3, i. 1:1,1' lotd I. 'I' U ii mlly ' H r.'.'i). , It v U.-.1 aMo I., mid luiy lN I p., luilw .rv KilKIK. ,1 I) IN i "liiiid'i r i ( tli" ii INV Ulltl illM.l,. mini rn I J .' lu V. (!. T. , 47 c r a n . l-ii, oi.l t Mill;. I -1 . ' liV rutl.ll J IS-, .tail . ) fijushvilic Slmou. r r, rt in s . tUHT I'KlfW. por n tl (lio LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL The wctlhtr Ii cloudy, with prwr ano( s of rin, ni (ha Cunilicrland is till receding. 1 (irRAouis'a Minstrels will be on hand t Odd Fellow's Hall to-night, with their songs, dancog, farces, See. Fhk.sh (inocKr.iF.i. Mcufrs. Ci.ahk & (iuKoor.y, at No. 8o North Market street, havo just received a superior lot of fresh groceries and everything pertaining to their business. Give them call, -for they will sell as cheap as tho cheapest. Cait. Julten Killed. The friends anil admirers of Captain Jclikn, of the 1st Tcinif 8930 Cavalry, will be pained to h arn that he is doad. Day before yes terd...

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

For Freedom ;NatiotiaU47j ; 'mOHNINO, MARCU 20, .-id It)'' 1863. FEIDAT The End and Aim or the union The Union Lcaguci of Now York h.vo Kloptfd following the creed to be ubfeoribed' to 'bV'tlt tnembfri. ' It is brief, pertinent nd unexceptional)! : i We, tbe underBiRncd citizens of the tJoited KUtof, hereby ifinociate oursclr- under the niioe nd title of the. ?' , t J)YAL NATIONAL LKAOUi:. t We pledKe" 'ourseWen' to in uncondi tionlloyltj to the QoTernrnent of the United SUte. to an unwavering eupport of iU effortt'to eopprcKS the rebellion, and to" spare 60 endeavor to maintain unimpaired tbe National Unity, boko In principle and territorial boundary. V Txhe primary oljjict'of thil League is. and shall be, to bind together all loyal meuofall lrades and professions, in a common union to maintain the power, Blory, and integrity of tbe Nation. A Thaitorbs AnnRTp.- The Oov eernment detoctives arrested Miss An TbfSKTTi .'J. Fonn, who planned the Cp tore f Oen STorcirTON ''arid stafT 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. — 21 March 1863

nuJSJMt .- IT MttST O V f. tic' ;..n n m 1 I'UBLISUED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP PRINTERS. OFFICE ON HUNTER.;' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEAD L RICK STREETS. VO L !. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, MAItCII 21; 1S03. NO 293 7 - Si 'll All! Mi 3 : v l! j I I E !-. HA HILT ON, cutcF..--.-on TO 1IAOAN AS CO, I 110DU CE, GROCERY, ANP COMMISSION MERCHANT, h tOCTII SIAItKF.r .-To! ET, ' n a . . 1 1 v i l Ij ix 'V k r n. V r.TKHANll Ill-i.-'K FOR WALK LOW It IT j Ii. H. II iMM.T'oW rjCllUt I 'I ANI) (JIK1AH. , lor .If low 1 y 11. 8. UAH I jll K ANP CAN I Ki ll.-, A.-n I), lur mil- low IIAUlLili . i.v G lAM'Ui, L'OAl' A.SU TAT. 'II, for mite I i ly H rt. H.I.U LION. r. i . i , by , II WIS AX!) (LEAH Sil'K--, f.T aaia II. -. HAH f.'lON. 1 i;,li. NI'STAKP, I' V.I I'l. ., BI'H.h, I.IN li I. i'l. r r' ire, bii.I Tm.ito tor .ale li r. HAD II..OM. 'J' U'.ll i L l:l i 01 L, f..r fiil. low by H HAMILTON. 11 11 YAM .LULL -ALT, f..r t. iIp low hy II. n. HAM II TuX. YMi.ll V IT.NM, f ir i.alo ( I w iv . HAMIL...

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

. ..WWrt Sit?. For Freadom and flationtvlitp U. C. ItlEIICKII, Editor. SATURDAY HORNING, MARCn 21, 1803 WiimU .lUntlon to Major General IIlIock'i letter to General Roiccrns. Th Attack oa the Louisville and Kahvill Railroad IU Lcssoa A. ew tlj go we lrpreclei the pol icj, which had been pursued, for lomr tnon tha back. tT General DuTLC. of 1 lowing leading and active rebels, whose influence, lime, and money, had been frcelj used to promote tieaeon, in South ern Kentucky, and who had been arrest ed and brought before him; to take the oath of allegiance, and return to their bome, possessed of all their righti and privilegea of the most lojal citizens. Tr this we did not reproach General Bjtle. No doubt in every case he acted on the representations and advice of meu whom he believed to be loyal, and whom be opposed to havo auperiof opportunities for judging of the proper course to be pursued. Relatives, business partners, old acquaintance, and calculating office seekers, who were snuffi...

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

nt Tiiti run i i j uue-ie "Ktt i rrtashrHIc 'ituiotu tv. T K II Mh: Puttr t'MiOK, K' annum (10 00 25 LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL, BATCRHAT MOUNIN'fJ. MAUClC 21, 18fS Theatre. The lious was crowded to OYerflovring last Dilit, many having to leave on ac count of ilia icarcity of even standing room. Ttie occmion wit a bencQtto XJAi;hT Evr.BF.TT. The audience u de lighud. Our li'llo favorite, Mr. Dchcaic, gusUiurd "The Rose of Killarney" to perfection. Slie was called before the curtain in perfect storm of applauie. We are truly glad to see her winning her w,y to public favor. Harry Everett, lb, popular actor, who hat so nobly atood tl,e trt crucible for many ricceisiva jcirs' acting in our city, received sub tUiitial tcHtitnoniala en this occasion, of (:ie appreciation which fiienda and ad miiria ficl tuward him at an actor, a jjfii'.luiiau and a citizen. ll.aii.Y was enthusiastically called be fore (lie curtain, and, in a few modest and ' appropriate wordx, ezpreaiied bia thanks to the audie...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 21 March 1863

I- ir'or Frcriom. and Nationality.. " h. !. uinnci-'ji, Miwri Baaoaaai' in in" ' i i i "I i 'I rri "" SATURDAY MORNING, MAUCII 21, ISM. THE WEEKLY UNIOtf. On next Monday we will issue tlie first number or the '-N AanviM.it Vv'ekki.t Unios." It will bo tlie larpcut aud lmiil snmrHt ncwspajHT cvrr piiblialictl in this city,'ml will contain thirty-two columns of rustling mutter. To city subscribers nd iri-dealerj wo wouM nay, bat wo will receive special' ti i.nanArin lis PATCH Ri for tho Weekly Union, so that it will, in this n fpr-e', fill tho Aco of a daily paper "on Monday. Ist gunnnr wc commenced a wnkly pftfver, but after iHsuingr frw nurabt-rs, were cut od' from thfl "rest of mankind" by the block -ade. The pspcr mill in our vicinity, ow ing to bronksgo in it machinery, could not furnish us with piper of tho neces sary siz, and we were" compelled to sus-piT-d its publication. Wo bpjio n-ain under belter auspices, find appeal to tho public for Bupport, If it continues tin patronag...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 22 March 1863

;! i l m' I Hi I I lubii n .m . . i. . , - --inn u,m n g.mnaU m H IT I I I I 'I T I I ' 1 " '" . niHMiiiiiiBiB ipim u mj Mikirt m , lr - . , 5"' - ' - , - , n-, . , ,,, , n ... . "" " "' 'l'"" l i . .-., , .p., , ,.! I,, ...ill .ill. I - III """ " " " " L " '" ' " ' "" - - .T'Tu'l-, . . . v : . - - : - jp" ' . : .r: , ' , J' ; '' ' ' -I, I, T ' 5 r . ---. '!.''' ' ' r ' "' i. . ii . a , ' i ' PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PBINTER3.oVFICE ON rillNTEES' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STEEETS. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 1863. VOL I. jNO 294 F i - w it"' V i BWUSL'IL"?" . 1 OFFICIAX. LVtT Of M2TTEHB RIMAIHISQ la the Pnt Office at Nub vlll, Ta hmm, the 16 b a, or M irrh, 1S4, whlrh If not Ukea out In threa month will b Mat to lh General 1'oet-Offl.oe dead bailor.. Peron calling lor raiiar m uipj inn F" k Anderson Mr Marl Amino Mrs Nancy J Armnlrong Ma llattia Adam Mum Mary LADIES' LI IT. ,r A Akin Ml Belli Alliaoa MIM kve Aadaraoa MIM M A I Burke Mnry Hcrkliart Mrs Patt...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 22 March 1863

t sees: SajjIiriUc Simon. ror rreec net , ani ;x. ruioq uiy ( 4 .'O. MKHCEH, fcdltoK SUNDAY MOENINO, MAUCI1 22, 18fi3. Reported Engagement Near Mnr-freesboro- l (): ' inree jtiunarcu. .AcuainA.mBa ..uuu Wounded ana live nunureu J I . a We If rn tht Ilia cngiueer ot !ie freight frein which rrire! lata) Jretcrdj CTeniAg tOorthe arrival of (he passenger train, itatdd tliat there wfti more or left kirmishing on ur front yrsterd,' in which ene of ont divinion were engaged. Lato daj a lot of priaonere, said to be jfivo hundred in number, wi brought in, and three hundred rebela ware aald to hare been killed and wound ed. 'Our army it aaid to be in rplenclid condition, and almost inipreguably forti fied. The correspondent of the Cincin nati limts, who came up on the paf ii ger train froiu Murfreeaboro yeatfrcUy, e confirms the report of the ' tkiriniahiug, and iuforwiui that a battle was In j all probability now progressing, far ' iijore terrible than the previous one. Kith a blood struggle...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 22 March 1863

' t I T 1'- MNl nitt i?ki'i iw inim $ 10 no " aeok.,,. ...... J , ., (A LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL. SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 22, 18C3 A Letter. . V hare recoived an important let ter " from Louinills for Geo. H. Barnes, Eiq. II will please, call at our office and get it immediate!. mum' . " The weather it cloudy, with prospects of rain. ... Theatue. - The bill for to-morrow night comprise! "Damon and Pthiss," and "llf Fellow Clerk," with the full force of the company. Notice. Mr. Beh Wallace, of the Imperial Saloon, Hue Deaderick, will aerve up a iplendid luncheon of Soup to-morrow ruorniog. ... Tai Bivib. The Cumberland ii fall ing pretty faat, with seven feet on liar peth shoals. We are greatly indebted to R. II. Sin uleton end Wbi. Collikb, two rerj popular news-doalsrs, for papers in ad vance of the mails. 1 Letter List. This morning we pub lish th letter list. Owing- to its length, sereral important communications and editorials are crowded out of to-day's issue. Gen. Stomemah, Chief of ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 22 March 1863

Y i 1 it i i i ! f ; wrrttt 0 r Umum VaUu . bobia Branl I. bmoi k Jacob Hi John M Hlilrreli W B B'avea.Jbn a ft rrtB I!. a r , ruit'B l-I, ttitma JH; I 'uii'w w i Shock- John. . ii. Ml' r lE I v r J ui Job Braltb Joatph Blambaugb Jacob Btatler riylrea'er .Manner JebaT ,1 Hrnith doha. r i ; Ulewarl a IV' . , " lr. ker Oeor kVlotlCBpt tl: t : hheepe lbrt t " ftutharlaed Thome. D Bpear lleary I i bcbweria Mauri Buna Fr nk loO Bhaal-B t ent JT I Btluwall rio Vta Bum a LD . r . . mlib Tatar I k'. L ' tiraucb J awpb aWo Fwaan -. rf . Cm! Jawaa If i i i HImooui Ml - '. J fori luumaa 8mll J"h 7 r HUH I J bn Slialdon J obn BlianrObat M ' I i ttiimoiitia Jtiat'Db I hnol t r' Jra W . , filrkar Uor(ia . , fcUi.lU. Allwl . r. I fmti'rl 8 l I ' BllTrrhora Alra -t-ba LI1 "I BC RlTni 0 v i: 4 B baulk Oilrlo I . 1 ' M-bm ;ai- II I Biaifla Uauial btniy B A - i. I : Hiul II ( Trti f , Shrr 0i t 'i hpuax'r " . Staacllff Hinrr J tob-tr Aaron Hiew.rt Hiram A C-rilaolay 4b BiaB ' tfci.aeiier Aadraw tula B...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 24 March 1863

IT MUST rr-, - alt .a . ; i i- ! ! 1 s f ! '; . PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERSOFFICE ON 1'EINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEEICK STREETS NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, MARCH 24. 1863. VOL 1. NO 205 v . . - .'-;' . .. . , . , ... ' . ,LiJrrr.'rzrrrrrrr7;;;r :., .. t J; B. S. HAMILTON. 1 BUCCESSOn TO ILA.OAN Ac CO., PRODUCE, GROCERY, AI COMMISSION MERCHANT, I ' Ko. I OCTH MABKtr PThl.KT, I NAHKVILMi, TKNN. ITTKIl AD CHEEa 'U SALE LOW 1)Y B. H. It t.nii.iJ. qtOBACCO AND BKUAIW, for sale low !y i H. H. HAMILTON. E L!." AND tANIKtrm. AK-'P, for ante low li. a. u abui.th CANDLES, SOAP AND TAR''lt, for ! I"w ly 11 3. HAMtLlON. 1MNg KY . HAMS AND CI.KAK HIDE.-', f-r sale ' luw ,y U. . U AM 11.1 ON. riNKUAU, MI'MAllI), I'ErTfcit, I'EI'I'Eil, HHIOK, ION. V J EH, I'epp-T Sauce, and Tomato atiiip. mr low Ly II. M IIAMII.ION. VOAL AND LAUD o., f.,r ln low .y D AlBt AND II tUUEl. SALT, for s.I" low by b. 11 A Mil 1VN. VriiEIl.4 A fARI'INE.H, for mile l' by ARIl, IN KE(H AND BA IlKEI...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 24 March 1863

62 10 ni l ;'!" 1- - Jt For Preedom and Nationality V. C. fflBftC'EH, Kdltor. TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 18C3 The letter from Parson BiiowNLOW will be fousd highly interesting. Letter iiom aa East Tennessean. We baye reccircd a letter from an East Tennessee soldier, 'which contains tome Trr interealing matter, and we regtet that ita length, and the rrowded alate of our column, compels tis to content our elves with a synopsis of its contents Oar soldier, who belongs to the 4th Kj Infantry, now at Iiarergne, says that he was much troabled at the course pursued by some of the profound Union leaders in Kentucky, in continually assailing the Administration, fearing that their cz ample might create disaffection among tha Kentucky troops. But he is Lappy to ae that the Address of the Northwest era soldiers, and the sentiments of the East Tennessee loldiers, as published in the Union, together with a calm survey of the peril to which their State was ex posed, kindled anew the martial ardor ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 24 March 1863

' ee b. .14 T ii ,11 k t Diili I'lijoK, Mr annum flu 110 Hi;.., " wer-k 11 LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL TUKDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 18C3. TiikAVbatmrb. Vr ilercUy wi good dajr for (be bluet. It w cloud all day and rained all Che evening, with good proapecti of a continuation of raio. Low Water. The Cumberland ia get ting pretty low for thia Beacon of (be year, and ia alill falling, with only fire feel oil the shoal i. ri-i .. v A ''eduial prisoner confined in the IrviVig Block prison, at Mempkia, let fire to the prison a few daya aince, but the huildiuga were but alightly damaged. Tha grand jury ot Kenlon county, Ky., which completed ita labor, on Wednrsday, reported fourteen indict ments tor treason. The namea of the parties hare not been made public. Mr. Mritniv, our Consul at Frankfort-on-the-Main, haa lately announced that he has already received and forwarded over 1,200 pounds of beat made lint and bandages, for the hospitals in the United Slates. Good for the ladies in Germany 1 AcubENT...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 24 March 1863

rflfrw.AHaJ3..vt..vxA gtnsMUc ttuttm. x ft For Freedom and Nationality. sraa TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH, 24, '',:!. Spnclal DMpatca to II" MlMourl fcmnerat) CmoMr(h20. Yaron Citj i sup. poiedlo La flrongly fortified, and pro tided with forraidiMe batteries. The bluffr art high and calculated to afford it ficellf nt fortiAcaliond. Tlieae ill prob ably hart to be taken from the rear. The latest reports from the canal oppo iU Ytckiburg are to the effect that only the tamps are now to be removed, and the lord or (hallow placet duepencd with defrre, then water can be let in. It ha Vndotibtedl been dono before this iime The llG:h Illinoia regiment dug seven ty feet of 'canal alone. The Captain and Clerk of the steamer Minnehaha fcate been arrested for contra band trading, and sent to St. Louis for trial. The barkeeper had several state rooms -filled yiitlr barrels of whiskey, which he sold at enormous prices. FaAKKLix, Tesjt., March 20. A. con siderable force of the enemy's cavalry ' recrosne...

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. — 25 March 1863

HugBAaBaaMaana) , IT MUST evT , ?f II- 13 UJM PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF HUNTERS. OEETCB ON rKCSTtES' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEBICK STREETS. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1803. VOL 1. NO 2!)6 ft & Irrv V. . , 1 .. PPM i i i pXl ' ' awa r sr i f & I i IB I - PROSPECTUS 1 . ) OP TU NASHVILLE ONION The Xiaavmia U.vtuw wee eninroeuced laat aprliy, for t!.e porpoM of iiiii Ike fabol Houthetn Cdk foderacy, and of advocating tbe roetorattiin of JVI.rI authority, without ny abatement, over nil th. S"lt- kkb Uvt attempted to eecede. In oVJ " proclaim the doctrlnee or liberty and Lulon, aa tuey w.r. mot expounded by the fctuere f th. ISeyitwe. but which for more than Jd year th. long J .w-re carnival of trwutoa bud t unepok.n and ..... I. Ihe C'atllUl of Sttl Of AI.I-RKW J.o.aoa.and wltfl "I' I" " br, th. faithful. We believed tli.t th. right way to con duct a loyal Journal, la y NavlUe, at audi - .,,. aa tl,l. : to ral.e tli wavering A: 1 timid ,., lha tm. lUn l...

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 March 1863

For Freedom and Nationality; . . IREIICKH, Editor. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 'C3 Bombastes Pillow TilioW if cerUinI a master artist in jscoridiag. 1 II tlowi bis own trumpet on U occasion, ts rigorously ts if he Ltd borrowed all tbe wind that ever waved In the cave of Eolui and locked them up mjiif. belly... II tbinki that th blatk goddess of Southern libcitj must wit' 'her 'head upon Piu.ow, and that the "Jat ditch" of Southern valor it tho P Jhat, ,1'ulow dug. The Chat tanooga JleUl fay that omo week ago he made a speech at Ilantevillo for the purpose of pprniading the alaveliolder to give up their slaves to lue rebel army In order to perauadq them to make this saciiQce be told tbetu that " the Yankee bail taken 400 negroe from him by force of arms j'that he learned they were now In depIorbI,Q condition, without funds, and suffering fom all-manner of di sease. 'They 'were begging to bo re turned lo him, but the cruel enemy would notjernit ; them to come. . llo said ho bad susta...

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 March 1863

gAiytSrW ; t i". ii ji s t , i . . , , UAILf CrOOH, PT Shllllt. . .'. ; ... i.,.-..10 00 - - ' .;.... tt LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL WEDNESDAY KVKMNG, MARCH 25, 'C3. Mnjr thinks to BnowN A Co., Newi Dialer, fur the tuperb Atlantic MunlLlj Magazine, and late St. Louia and Stw York dailies. , Moke Tiianm. U. II, Rikulf.tok, W. II. Krflkr, Billy Collier, Tscimdall, and DnowH & Co., all have our thanki for their kindnesi in furnishing ttf with la' pspers. Aldkrmanic. There not being- a. quo rum ia attendance last evoking, the Board of Aldermen adjourned to their next regular meeting. We call the attention of our readers to the advertisement of S. A. Gcumans. Our friend Q. has a fine stoek of goods, of ever description, and his gentleman If deportment, with good articles at small prices, will, we hope, ensure him a liberal share of patronage. Houki Wanted. A respectable lad would like to take charge of a good and commodious house belonging to a famil which desires to leave the cit. The best...

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 March 1863

r I fjiwhriltc uioa. Tor Freedom and Nationality. i. c. syiittcr.ii, rattor. ytedj;i.sda.y mousing, maucii 2.VC3. Bolts the Ticket. The LouisvilU Democrat of Salurda bolti the ticket of the Union State Con vention. " la tho courso of a long article it tayii , . The Union Ddnocr'aticConvontion lias doaeili work,, and Itiaall before our readers. We wore a looker on a part of Wednesday, hut took no part in the pro ceeding. Wo Raw the action of the men who had chief control in tho Lrgifclalure, and came to tho conclusion that our own record and our own judgment would not justify tin in acliuj with Hum any fur ther. They are hot, in our judgment, on tba road lo a restoration of tho Union. We re-publish this morning the ad dress of the Committee on Federal Rela tions in the House of llcpreeentntlreft, rejected by a majority of tho Union Democrats of the Lej(ialaturp, aided by the vote or 'J. F. Dell. "Ha and his friends made speeches, whiUt the subirct was before (he llonpe, that have not...

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