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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 23 July 1854

. "UssST""'- mst. h ,.jaT atrr NIQN AMERICA NASHVILLE, TENN: SUNDAY,' JULY 23, 1851 NO. 337. i 1 ' ' . 5 ; j iJ AND i! mil n-l '' Mill V1' "j Jg." " ' TT- ' ' mi .iMLLamLU!! - ttJlJJJv1- 1 -9 7- jfc ) T I: i UNION AND AMERICAN. OlTiCE-No. II, DEA.DEIUCK STREET. '. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AM ER1CAN Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single, copies, one year in advance. f2 50; within the year 3 00; at the end cr the year 4 00. Clbbs Or fire and upwards 2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers Trill be re-r.-.ira.t tnr sir months at the foreeoine rates. be TRI-WEEKIA' i published every Tuesday! rtarad : . and Saturday, at t3 per annum fa advance; - advance, ?0. ( ' " ' lUIIAMspubli-ed at Eight Doltara. rgr-TlIE MONEY I U-L CASES TO AffOMTANi SURSCRIPTI03 .jJ KemitbmeM of subscriptions ma. be uade bjmail our Taper will be sent out of the State unless tb order Is ac i-i-jinauied with the cash. i VOX l'OLUEMUS, 59 Broad Street, Comer Beaver, KeVTork, Offer for Sale (...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 23 July 1854

I, It- 3 1 tE.1 4 5 1 i - if $ L.HABIWO, tCKASTllAX; O. C TOS.BKTT, K. Cj C CHOCCU JOHN L. MAIILI,N A: CO.Jg IDIT0K8 ArlD PBOPKISTOW. SUNDAY MORNING, -JULY, 183 i - - "tUEDIFFICULTY BETWEEN' MESSRS. CHURCH- Wre induced to recur to this subject again. ""Wfiigpapere mother State, who'se editors know Tnptfitng personally of Messrs. CnuRcnwELL or Cul &,wMMvare making quite "a flourish of trumpets" over the latter gentleman's card, lately published in the National Intelligencer, and of which we have alrea " "?y given a brief notice. The Louisville Journal, in publishing a portion of this card, remarks : ''We now give the closing portion of Gen. Cul lom's reply. We gues3 Col. Ohurchwell will stand it. We guess he would stand as much more. We cues? that a fellow who habitually carries deadly wlpons into the, hall of Representatives would Bland anything sooner than a fight." The Journal knows nothingof CoL CnuncnwEixs U. t character if it supposes that he would "stand any :,ning which a...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 23 July 1854

NASHVILLE:. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 'tt, 1834. TnE Brjiunxo AssocuTrojr4 There 'we 1100 sharfsof- tie Wc'k;of ihis iisOcTatido, ot the 2000 shares necessary to organize, subscribed yesterday. The book' -will rera&in'open to morrow. V i UNIVERSITY OP' NASHVILLE. rroffLEXnA- fiitWAnT, of Lebanon, Tenn., has accepted the, Professorship ot Mathematics in tho- !a44gnis:ersity of Nashville. Prof.S. is, a graduate of iYcst'PoInt, was formerly Assistant Professor of J'MajQieihatlcs in the United States Military Acsde " 'my at that place, and has btett for several years "JPrOfcsSSjOr in Cumberland University. "No better e appointment could have been made. BANK OF CHATTANOOGA. This banlc,' chartered by the "Legislature at its late session, has lately gone into operation. Wji, "Willuiis, Esq , is President, and T. D. Fulton Cashier. This bank is organized upoiuthe proper' principles, and all hXnotes are made payable at its own co mter, instead of by branches at remote points. There are no saf...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 23 July 1854

MISCELLANEOUS. SOUTHERN MIUTARY ACADEMY LOTTERY! U (nr acthoiutt op tub state or aha.,) H 3T TO UK DRAWS 201U OF JULY, 1654 fn. ...... ... 3KpO ,, . r""""."!.'."".-. 150" In all. 238 priicsTaciouDtinc to . 30i000 Ticket Jo 00 Halves and Q-urters ra proportion. Persons wishing Tickets in Nashville, will please leave tbeirorders with Sir. H. B. CHAMPION, who is author i receive and forward them, and to whom the schemes and drawings will be reguiariy senu A compliance with the above will save much time and lub.ir necessary to answer individual orders from time to time. SAMUEL. SWANN. Agent and Manager, Sign of the Bronze Lion a, je2J lm Montgomery, Ala. UNITED STATES 3IAIL. Post Omr. Dcpartmext, 1 .lime 16, ISM. "i-ROPOSALS for carrvingtbe mails of the United States I from the Bret day of October, 1854, tothe 80th June 1S.-.3, on the following route in the State of Tennessee, will be received at the Contract Office of the Post Office De portment, in the city of Wa.hin.jtnn, until 9 o c...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 25 July 1854

I lASHYTLLi;-i:NION:ND';' AMERICAN NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY JULY 25, 1854 NO; -r -t '-!! -t-e . A , DEAHERICR" STREET. -nHK irrKTrr'V'nxinX AN!) AMERICAN Is furnished ie anuscntartat'the following -rates: Single copies, one yrsx ia asranre. 52 so; wiitna the year a w, at tne cua li the Tear Si 00. Cures Of fire and upwards $2 00 ft r. sjOpT ' rcir, Cluba of subscribers will be re ceived lor aix months at tlie foregoing rates, rc TllttTEEKlA is uulTished every Tuesday fhursdsy And Saturdsy, eT5 per annum in advance; if nu.piia a advance, $8. t .- . ' DAI JAM s published at Eight Dollars. iSTTHRiMONEY t A.LL CASE3 TO ACC0MTAN1 jfflS(csa'ersnb3criptloa)i mavha tsade by mail ii our aper will be sent out of the 3tate unless the order Is ac- npanied with the cash. FOX & POLIIEAlUS, iS. Broad Street, Carner Beaver, ITew-York, ' Ofirfof'&'b'ti10 following Heavy Cotton Fairies: 7vTCv-2Sai.a.KD COTrONUAIL DUCK 22 inch, all JjX flanlberj, hard andsufl;alsoaUtheTariou' widths of Cinvmni...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 25 July 1854

J. I MAULDie, - fcASTKA.lt, O. C TOBBITT, . C. C CBOBCB. JOHN L. JSI AK Ii I N.G .AVCO.. editors asd PRorRigroRB. . ,, g-. -rnifsnAY rffORNING, JUI.T 4tw. A otTd miTiON FROM .MEXICO.. j u jiuu" - ' . . ; r -1. - Tho5rta ijaa a long article cm the-value dour jate acquisition from Mexico, made up principally, from'the narrative or Mr. Bartlett, U. S Boundary Commissioner. Tbe country, it say?,- embraced by the Gadsden Treaty, is of the satrtij -general charac ter as all northern Mexico, as well as the diitrict for several hundred miles north of our old line; there are, nevertheless, withAa it some.liighly cultivated valleys, with a very considerable proportion of ex cellent grazing land.- a" v flanbi Cruz and San Pedro " " r luvm biw wjw r .. i . -,oo nil proves ol rivers, covcrea vrim luxuriant - o- cm,!! a-c T. ratton -svood trees and willow bushes- lined the streams, while here and there, in littleiroyes, were beautiful oaks and large mequit nhhnufrh adapted to everysoil, 7 . .. in...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 25 July 1854

NASHVILLE: I BY TELEGRAPH. DRY GOODS. WE STUDf PIEASE. GROCERIES I 4 UM1" MORNING, JUIiY -25, U854. We are authorized to announce 'Econ Uxdee- itood, Esq, as i candidate for Mayor of Nashville at the cutuiug ejection. We are authorized to announce the name of Hoses Sixaurrox a; a candidate for Major at the coming election. jjg' NAenvjLtkBciLDiKo Association. We are re- qnestcd'tb state, that, at 3 o'clock-yesterday, 2000 6hs.rcs.of stock Lad been subscribed in the Nash- ville Building Association. The charter prescribes that tho capital stockshall conststof not less than O rtArt i T " Ann l ' -r ." . . ,uuu uurmore man a.uuu snwej. ii was the in- tintion of the commissioners to closalhe books as soon as the loweatnftmbershould beobtained"; but as they have reason to believe that a good many per sons who desire to avail themselves of the benefits of the Association have not yet subscribed, not thinking that the stock would be so rapidly taken, the books will remain open until four o'...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 25 July 1854

NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIL ROAD. DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. Express Mail Train leaves daily for Chattanooga at 8 o -clock A. SL Accommodation Train leaves daily for EheltrilleatU o'clock P.M. Through Tickets to Charleston, R. C , ?! Savannah, Ga, 15 " " " Wilmington, N. C. tt 00 To be tad at the Railroad and Of neral Stage OSiee nnder e Verandah Hotel, and at the jSyi-lf SuPt' Tranaportatinn. SOUTHERN EOUTE. THE following Classification and rates of TranSorta1ion hare been established by the Roads connecting Charleston and Savannah wilh Nashville : FIRST CLASS. Hooks and Stationery, Boots, Shoes and Hats, Bottled Liquor and Oils. t amphine and Spirits Turpentine, in casks and barrels, Carpeting. Cuina, Glass and Glass Ware, Cigars in cases. Clocks. Confectionery, Cutlery, In boxes and cases, Dry Goods, in boxes and bales. Drugs, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery, Furs, Garden Seeds. Looking Glasses and Looking Glass Plates, "at owners risk." Ovsiers, in cans and jars, Saddlery, Tin ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 26 July 1854

NASHVILLE VOL. XXV. UNION AND AMERTMW' - , - miIjU - jl.m. x u NASHY3XLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 18&. - . No:m .1 ft-. n. ? I :!; i; At A TTNIOIr AND .AMERICAN OrFICE-No. II, WEADEUIClC STKEET. THE WEHlCLY ONIOXANDAMmiCANU furnished to subscribers a: the following rates: Single copies, one year in ady aner . f'i SO; wiiuui me year a w; me (f Uie veir'ei.OO.. CLOBS-Of five and upwards ?2 00 i tr corir for cne year. Clubs of subscribers will be re- tirff,1 for-air months at the foreroine rates. to TRI-WEEKLY ia published evtiy Tuesday, rhursdnj End Saturday, at 3 per annum in advance; H .m. ru udvcEce, C DAILY is published at Eight Dollars- r-THE MONTY 1 ILL OASES TO ACCOMFANj. rnjcpnTrTin' itrf Semhta of subscriptions roav bo tiade bymaiLt our. risk- . . . t aper will be sent cnt of the State unless tho order U ac companicd with the'iasb, TOX .fc-TOLILEHU.Ss 9 Broad Strast, Corner Baavcr, New-York, Offer for Sds ihe (Moving Heavy Cvtlon Fabrics: -v-ri-cr.vjnT.ANn flfiTrOS SAIL...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 26 July 1854

Imlirlramt American. .1 JOHN L. MA RUNG A CO. xrjrroita akd PEOPEirrons. ypnvBtntV MOKNING. JULY C I8M POSITION OF PARTIES. The articles in the Banner on tbc position of par ties oa th'o slavery qnestion v ill remind tne readers of that paper oi meatuuwm i .two years ago, which 80 elaborately discussed the question, " who ought to ba the next whig candid ate for the Presidency ? " Tho only point of any interest which these articles, if we are able to un derstand them, discusses, is this, that some noilhern democrats have been ia favor of the Y11mot proviso, and that, therefore, it is right and proper now, for the southern whigs to unite with the northern T,M;f;r,;.ta "Vn .Innht if it is necessary for us to ouuuuuu's'ij. w .controvert this argument CONSERVATISM OF TIIE SOOTH. John TJitchell says: "In the chivalrous South e individual ia vindication of his honor, of wrhich the laVof tter'lMta-fiikd no cognizance, practices a .1... l'ike'tl statute and the common law The consequences f...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 26 July 1854

NASHYTL T, V, : WEDXESOAYaonyiNG, JULY- 0,1854. t3T We are autborizsii lo announce Euotmt Usdeb woud, Esq, as a candidate for Major oT Nashville atlhe enming tleclita. 1 ' r EF" We are aufhonzid to' announce the name of Moses Suctrrorf at a candidate for Miyor at thecoming election. "The-elgction for aldermen in the 7th and 8th waffla,. late South Nashville: take3 nlaco to- day. r i i 03"' Se advertisement to the subscribers to stock in the Nashville Building Association. g7 We have heard the address of Jons A.Mc-E-N, Esq., otXasuvilIe. before thi Litprnrv So cieties of Union University universally spoken of j .s an aumiraoie aa elegant production. Murfrees- wrmgn uaegrapn. Vk'c have no doubt but tliat the universal opinion referred to is well fouuded. Mr. McEwejj is among the most graceful writqrs -and eloquent speakers of Uie State, and we. also, have heard his Mur- freesboroiigh address spoken of as one of his hap piest efforts. COW OR K.E0W? We are indebted to a correspondent of...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 26 July 1854

NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIJr ROAD. DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. Express Mail Train leaves daily for Chattaaocva at 8 o' clock A. JI. Accommodation Train leares daily for Shelbyril ' . o'clock I'll. at Tbrocgh TickeU to Charleston, S, C , . " Savannah, Ga.. - viiiotagtoo. n. o - z To be bad at toe itailroaa ana uenw - . tho Verandah Hotel, and at the 0" ckei Office. Passenger I MHRC v. " " " Uqwt july4 tf H. I. ANDERSON, Supt. Transportation. SOUIOTisr ROUTE. I l-ave ' Jg Classification and rates of Transportation rMT.ri.inr uetn established by the Roads connecting Onarie w gnd g,,,, u, Seville : Liar- .s ana siauontrr. neois. onoes ana uia uumoi .t-q flTid Oils. camphine and Spirits Turpentine, in casks and barrels. btna Glass and Glass Ware, Cigars in cases. Clocks. Confectionery, Cutlery, in boxes and cases, Dry Goods, in boxes aud bales. ,,.,, Drugs, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery, Furs, Garden Seeds, looking Glasses and looking Glass Plates, "at owners "outers, in cans and jars....

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 27 July 1854

HYILLE AMER 4 VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN'. THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1854- 'IIS UNION AND ICIN ' - - Nam: IK : i- i i ,f UNION AND AMERICAN. Ol'iHCK-No. II, HRADKRICK STREET. VMS WEKKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished 10 snbseribsrsat the following rates: Single copies, one year ia SuTfrheft. 2 SO; Within the year $3 00; at the.end f tha yearfl-OO. Clcks Of lire and upwards 12. 00 tr eapTferi one year. Clubs of subscribers will bere- eeixlk six montha at the foregoing rates. 16 TRI-WEESLY is published every Tuesday rhured.y .nd Saturday, at i5 per annum in advance; ir m.. pam a advance, IH. DAILY ia published at Eight Dollars. tarraE money i ll cases to accomtam SUBSCRIPTION o Romittences of subscriptions mav b uade by mail A our ui. I aper will be snt trat of tbe State unless Ihe order U ae- ranspanied with the cash. rox & romEMUs, 69 -Broad Street, Corner Beaver, Kew-Tork, Oferfor Site iftt following Heavy Cotton Fabrics: NW-EHai.AKD COTTON SAIL DUCK 22 inch, all numbers, hard and sof...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 27 July 1854

"6 I 1- MAR1JS0. B.H.HASTJ1AS, M. a IOBlTT, M. C C. CHV.RCS. i ukto n. .- '"y jg jf J 1 ......-g- . , l RL 1N(! At CI). j N"6'rkaism. arid ITr itfc !.i0ckinjjoiitrargtip5i k thatjjre.-ideiit Pikhck is prrparhigj&veto fur the n peopkiktors. j tVDocranirnvil taste exhibited mi its vo.. hruJ. i lull nowbefbre Congress. We extract jlie. follow- " "ST4iifh hnt Na'shVllle will fTtr.iM, tl.o 'ilT' " ' ' " - iB(T, JDITir 27, . , . , , ,. ., , ,1 Tr , r. J1.jsgsg , with an example l (his , U. , ' ihe passage by the Houw of Kepr.-se iilatives Tv-m;rorRTU JUDICIAL TheTeiu-rable tvivs which thin eh.-me k.s 'fe-V-J JOHN I. M A RL INC At CO. "tnrron? ani THURSDAY MORNKfCr, GONTfSTED ELECTION' IN' THKF0CRT1I JOOIClAl. We 'published n Xm daje.w an extraet from irm fVthaffc'in whiclx !t wa3 stated that j "the called session of the Chancery Court to try the contested elecUon of Attorney General for this, "1th draff ict, was held on Monday last at Carthage, Judge File presiding. The petition 'of W...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 27 July 1854

4 NA nav, I,LvL;jB; THURSDAY MORNING, J7Y T7, I5li I&ff--We are author Z& to anoounce'EiTntxi Hsnxit frq, m a candidate for Mayor of Nashville at the en.mnjr election.- ' ' '-" ' a " ' IT" Wejr&jiuthorUsd to announce- the name of Mom SixoLTaacan4idiie for-Mavor at the coming election. ' destructive fxbe. A fffJJrHf out on Tuesday night on Konth Mar ' Let street, -between Spring and Broad, in the block oftreo tiory building's owned by JonN M. iliix, ml extending to Ihp three story Mock also owned by Mr. LTiix, TIip first block was entirely destroy ed. It consisted of fohr business houses, occupied by Dj. Janei a? a drag store ; by Mr. Waggoner, as a jewellei's bop; by Mr. I.uski, as a clotfiintjtore; and by Stewart fc Owen a? a tinning establish ment. The building was worth about 13,000, m a? entirely destroyed, and vrai insured for $7,000 in the Tenne.s?p& Marine and Rre Insurance Com pany. AVe did not l?arn the amount oflosses, or i hp iniii-Roc?, ifanr, of property...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 27 July 1854

KASUYILIJ3 AND CHATTANOOGA RAIL IIOAD. DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. Express Mail Train leaves daily fcr Chattanooga at 8 o- Accommodation Train leaves daily Tor Sbelbyville at a o'clock P. M. TbrousU Tickets to Charleston, 8. C , 15 00 .. . .. s&vannah, Ga, 1S 00 4. " " "Wilmington, N. a 1 00 To be had at the Railroad and General Stage Office nnder the Verandah Hotel, and at the Ticket Office. Passenger Depot. 11. 1. ANDERSON, july4 tf Supt. Transportation. SOUTHERN ROUTE. rpHE following Classification and rates of Transportation JL hare been established by the Roads connecting Charleston and Savannah with Nashville: FIRST CLASS. Books and Stationery, Boots, Shoes and Hat, Bottled Liquors cad Oils. , . tarophincand Spirits Turpentine, in casks end barrel., UCn5nV;law and Glass Ware, Cigars in cases. Oncta. Confectionery. Cutlery, in boxes and cases. Dry Goods, in boxes and bales. n.rAm Seeds. Drug?; Frnit Tree and Sirobbery, F"a0ers Wing Glasses and Looting Glass Plate, "at ow...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 28 July 1854

tMiaa ' PPiprpg - - j -rr--as ; t ,,:r- : , , ... , . .--.. , UNION JLaltlUii IV , NASHVILLE, TENN: FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1854. VOL. XXV. NO. 341 NASHVILLE AND AM 4 1 I; i f r & IMON AND AMERICAN. OI'EICE-No.. 11, DEADERICX STREET. THWKEffiiY UNION AND AMERICAN la furnished , Jo -subscribers at the folio wing rates: Single copies, one fear in advance, f 2 50; irilh'tn the year$S 00; at iheend " Af the year I 1 00. Clues Of live and upwards 12 00 ir copy for one rear, Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for six months at the foregoing rates. l.e TKI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday fliursdsy and Saturday, at 5 per annum in advance; if mApoia n ad ranee, JC DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. EST THE MONEY I KhL CASES TO ACCOMFAN1 SDBSCIUPTIOa .JS .. , Remittances of subscriptions mav be wade dj mail t our ...tr yaperwill be sent out nf the State unless the order Is ac- CMBfinifd with the casu. t . FOX & VOLIIE3IUS, SU Brood Street, Corner Beaver, New-York, Offer far Sale ihe ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 28 July 1854

Lrl null Mlttflft A? MUtM . u uABUxer c a. eastman, a. c. toubktt, . c. ecu ouch joiik l. 'ma nr. in a a? co., EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. - FitiPAX morning, jui-y as ,IH?: -fc--TUB-BVV-YOUK; ''HARDS. - UtiS'lawful to to taught by our enemy," is a re cognized maxim of the Romans, and -in pursuance of It,, we borrow from the Philadelphia North American, and XI. S. Gazette, an oW time Whig anS'-Anti-Nebraska paper, of the free" soil stripe the following daguerreotype pieture of the New York Hards." It 13 by its Washington correspondent : "The re-appearance of the 'Hards' on the politi cal ?tajje for the second, and probably the last time, has produced no sensation here. The Hardshell? are like the foolish yirginp; they were caught nap lng by tho Nebraska bill, and on waking lonnd they bad no oil in their lamps. Their greater lights ba'Ve been put out. Cutting has been practically extinguished; Dickinson is obsolete, and Ureeno C-Branson is 'a fond, foolish old man who ap pears to be not ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 28 July 1854

BY TELEGRAPH. DEY GOODS. 1Y STUDiT TO PLEASE. GROCERIES. N A S II V I L LE: MORNING, JDU',8, 1851. if We tre authorized to annouuco Ecctsi Usdi woo 3, Esq., as a candidate for Major of Nashville at the ensuing election. 1ST" We are authorized to announce the name of JIosis Similetox as a candidate fur Mayor at the coining electiou. bLUMDns, Gal, July 24. A Cro occurred injUiis oity at' two o'clock this tuornin;,', which destroyed iTTq-net: Worts, involving a loss of S30.000, oji'wlilclrwe regret to slate that there was no it surauce. The Palaces Mill, also, caught lire in seV' eral places, but it was eventually saved, having sus tainril but trifling injury. Xtm-rumr Tr.EAiv between tue United States and Russia. -A treaty of neutrality was concluded at Washington on Saturday between the United States and Russia. Ixew Orleans, July 23. The U. S. Mail Steam ship. Crescent City, has arrived at New Orleans from New York via Havana, which latter port she left on the 19th inst. The advices...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 28 July 1854

Nashville and chattanooga RAIL ROAD. DEPARTURE OP PASSENGER TRAINS. Express "Mail Train leaves daily for Chattaiiooga'st 8 o' clock A.M. . Accommodation Train leaves daily for Sbelbyville at o'clock P.M. An Thiough Tickets to Charleston. S. 0 , W Savanna!., On, i Wilmington, N. C. , To be had at the Railroad OwcfJ jOBder the Verandah Hotel, and the fger Juki tf f5l,pt TnmsPor,ot'"m SOUTHERN ROUTE. rpilE Iblloviiog Clarification and rates of Transportation L hare been established by the Roads connecting Charleston and Savannah with Nashville: FIRST CLASS. Boots and Stationery, Boots, Shoes and Hats, BotlJed Jjquors and Oils. , . ,, Jwnphine and Spirits Turpentine, in casks and barren, cKtaftlu. and Glass Ware, Cigars in Clocks. Confectionery. Cntlery, in boxes and case, Dry U. in boxes and bales. Harden Seeds. Drugs, Truit Trees and "MjJwner. liking Glasses and looking Olass Plates, - Qrltersin cans and jars, Saddlery, Tin Ware.TeMand vvy-1- SECOND CLANS. ,S,.., rlulerv." Heavy Casti...

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