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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 29 July 1854

V3 AND AME NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1854. VOL. XXV no. m RICAN.r AT 4 Ci 1 1 . I I I Ir I A 1 1 1 '1 Aon i-iLLii uiiiun 11 I! r 1 ' & UNTQN AND AMERICAN. .. O.'FICEr-No. 11, DEADERICK STREET. 0 tt.t-t-i ,- trvinv AVIl AMERIOAN Is furnished I lllj ()ljliUJL 4J - ' ' to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one . year in advance. . ov; wiium iuo je&4 w, . r.f ih tr 11 on. Cures Of tire and upwards t- 00 tr copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for six months at the foregoing rates, to TBI-WEEKLT is published eTery Tuesday rbursdsy . rr . -vj i n n cd Saturday, at f 5 per annum in aavance, j. advance, f 6. .UAH I IB DUOUSUCU fc Aiu J3TTHE MONEYS KUj CASES TO ACCOMFAN. PUmlttances of EubscripUons mar be uade by mad it our " paper will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac companied with tne casn. FOX fc TOLUEMUS, co ti. Ri-roflt. Corner Beaver. New-York. ua j --.- , . , . Oferfor Sale the following Heavy Cotton Fabrics: . r -...

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. — 29 July 1854

laHjlraira& American- U MAPJJ.VO, K. O. KASTKAJT, CU TOKBKTT,M.C.C. CHURCH. JOHN L. MARUNO & CO., EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. 'SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 29, 1834. LIFE AT TUB NORTH. IiCiAysb.ort time since the New York Tribune pub lished the accounts of the burning of the negro in To,.rnn nnnntv ls evidence of the state of law lessness and 'viplenco which are the results of slave ry. Tho same paper gathers up and publishes all ths adrertisements it can find in southern papers of runaway negroes, and all the wild stories of cruelty "to slaves. Yet as horrible cruelty to the poor cannot exist in the south as that which we find every day re corded in tbe northern papers. In Buffalo, N. Y., for instance one of the depots of the undergroucd xailroad in the poor-house of the city, develop ments have lately been made, which are taken a -most as matten)f course by those sensitive phil- ' anthropists of the north, whose feelings are so out raged by the fake reports of cruelty to southern '...

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. — 29 July 1854

. ,1 t N A SEVILLE: .SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 129, 1854. '.' . THE NEW HOTEL. A correspondent inquires through our columns this morning about the movements of the committee appointed to iaise the necessary material aid for buildinrr a new Hotel in Nashville. "We are not able to give our correspoudent nny information on the subject; but hope that the committee have not " been idle. The membera of thi3 committee are , -,T public spirited citizens, identified with the interests of Nashville, and sensible how much her increasing nrosneritv reauires additional hotel facilities. If x r w unfavorable circumstances have hitherto prevented the discharge of their duties in the premises, we doubt not they will avail themselves of the first favorable change to set the ball in motion. He mint have a new and large Haiti, with all the modern improvement and conveniences. This ne cessity is admitted on all sides, and if we were dis posed it would not be necessary, although easy, to demonstrate it by ...

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. — 29 July 1854

S e ', 3 NASHVILLE AND CM ATT AN O O G A RAIL ROAD. DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. Express Mail Train leaves daily for Chattanooga at 8 o' clock A M Accommodation Train leares daily for Sbelbyville at 3 o'clock H M. s r.n Through Tickets to Charleston, S. C , 16 00 " Savannah, G a., f 15 W Wilmington, N. C. IX 00 JTo:be had -at the Railroad mid General SUge Office under the Verandah Uotel, and at the Ticket Office. I asnger Denot H;.1- ANDERSON, Denot jaly4-tf .Supt. Transportation SOUTHERN EOUTE. THE following Classification and rates of Transportation liave been established by the Roads connecting Charleston and Savannah with Nashville : FIRST CLASS. 1(I . Books and Stationery, Boots, Shoes and Hats, Bottled Liquors and Oils. t,i t.amphine and Spirit? Turpentine, in casks and barrets, Chinajalass and Glass Ware. Cigars in cases. Clocks. Confectionery. Cutlery, iu boxes and cases. Dry uooas, in boxes and bales. n.rrien Seeds ' Drugs, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery, F""4f re Looking Glas...

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. — 30 July 1854

m3asffiwa -lag 11 VI I L VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1851. MAS E NION IJ 1 1 11 I II uA Lf I I 1 M Hk L ---L 1 JL 1 AHA UliM I 1. ' 6 t fl: I UNION. AND AMERICAN. OFFICE-Xp. 11,TEADE?UC1CSTRE TUB wES3h"'TJSro!Aia AME1UCAN la furnished to gubscrSifaaMlowiiig rutea: Single. -copies, one Tear inharacwS20; wW"? the jearta 00; at the end of the jfcr4 60J "CtCB3-orilre.anJuPwards-t2 00 cmr for atvBU. Chflwtf subscriber. will be re ceived for six months Lth? foregooig rates. . . m. wijrirT.v i.nWished evrv Tuesday rnureay and Saturday, at fS per annum in adtance; if ncpaia DAILY i9 published fttXight M1 tSTTHE MON-Eri- GASES TO ACC0MTAM ..iT.nr.nTnmtn Alf d .,,-rinUom m ba uade by maU at our r nner will be sent t of the State unless the order to ao corapa.nie.-l with the cash. TOX & TOLHEMUS, 59 Broad Street, Corner TJeaver, New-York, Ojfrrfor Sde tia following Heavy Cotton Fabrics: -XTEW-ESOLAKD COTTON SAIL DUCK 22 inch, all JLa numhsr.3. hard and sofi; also all the va...

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. — 30 July 1854

1 1 I worn. J Oil N T,. 31 A R J. 1 X G c O ., EDITORS AND JnOIKIKloito. The 2JUncr b shotWog that wc"".. of tf S-e, bos never participate m the at empt to tSc capiUl out of thcslry a, itat.ou fa. ft. South, and state that he was one of the lev. SoutbU men who voted against tho Atherton .res olutions, excluding anti-slavery petitions from Con- We douotseo wnat oojeui w -u. . cument is intended to effect, uotesit i8 designed to show mat air. ur...u ...... - .Kolitionists. and that these men ,." , .!...! f.,r his nast course, mane OppOSCa to ure - ' li for his tiast c him S ' .!LM.f&rthe Presidency. Mr. Bell s tneir nvx.. . r,-.ntrrpa ha evident y h..U tmsenu i , course in backing him np in this coon. adro t and skilfuli But we doubt, alter an, u.c cw..- tlbaists do not give Mr. BclL Seward the preference oyer THE HOMESTEAD BILL. Tho homestead bill was amended in the Senate by adding to it tho pre-emption and graduation principles. As thus amended, it passed the Sen ate by the fol...

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. — 30 July 1854

c NASHVILLE: HUN DAY MORNLVG JULYff30,t1854;' C3f Wo lire anBinrirad to announce Ecgixk L'kdir wtion, Esq, bs a candidate foijMajxjr 6T NashYilIe a the 557" Wo are authorised to announce fhe natrw of Mosw ta .OLETos a; a&.nrtdatc for Mayor at uio coming eiecuoo. Her: JyRr Feeol-9!j trill 'DTcach at the Christian;. Ghurui erryt' jUrfe'et, .this, morning', rI the ususMionr.' Atjcti3n St5'8r'FisBToBi.ccosD "Groceeies, Special attention is called to- the advertisement ol Hart & Hoixisnstv-oiun Iri another column, in whsoh they propose to sell a large lot of Groceries ajid Tobacco. The Tobacco offered at thii sale wo understand is of superior quality, such as is, rarely offered at auction in tbi market, being the best Virginia brands. Ordure have been received by the consign er? to close them out, and they will be sold without reserve. r ", , . , The sale lakes place on the 3d of August, front of their auction store. ACCOUNTS SQUARED. A humorous correspondent, advocate of increas...

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. — 30 July 1854

JNASHVU.LE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIL ROAD. DEPAUTUBE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. Express Mail Train leaves daily for Chattanooga at 8 o'- -AasoTtimodation Train leaves daily for Shelbyville at 8 o'clock I'. M. . Tlirnugh TicfceU to Charleston.-S.-C , j Savannah, Ga , lo w . Wilmington, N. C l C1- To be bad ot the Railmad and General Stajfc Oflice under the Verandah Hotel, and at the Ticket Qm Passenger Jjepot. ILI..ANDhRiON, julyt tf -Supt. Transportation, SOUTHERN ROUTE. TUB following Classification and rales of Transportation hare been established by lh Roads connecting Cuarlcston and Savannah with "Nashville: FIRST CLASS. Books Arid Stationery, Boot, Shoes and Hats, Botlleil Liquors and Oils. intnphiuoand Spirits Turpentine, in casks and barrels, Cu1nalf(Jlassnd Glass Ware, Cigars in cases. Clocks. Conreetkmery,. Cutler)-, in boxes and cases, Dry uooos, in boxes and balas. ,, . o-j. Uracs, Fruit Treei and Shrubbery, Furs Garden heeds. Jx-nkSg Glasses and?Loofciog Glass Males,- owners "'outer...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 1 August 1854

-1 i-Vl J. AM ERIC if? Mff NASHVILLE, TENNi TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1854. vol. xxy. NO. 344, lT.UiiTTIT TT, J7 71 WON AND -fV'Slm VIM 13 it I t-s ' 4 is- 4 If r SIERIOAN. OFFICE No. II, DEADERICK STREET. 1 ,U. wrAIOKAXD-AJiEIUCAN 1 furnished o subscribers at tlio following rates: Single copies, one ,carinidvaitte!"?2 60; within the year t3 00; stihelmdt ' lbits?M? ' C"?B-LOf fiy an1 upwards-:2 vtf per copy for one year. " Clubs of "subscribers will be re- ei ved far si r. months af Hid foregoing rates... he TRI-WEEKLY ii published every Tuesday rburedJ 1.11J .Saturday, at "f5 per annum'in advance; if nulpiia .n advance, tc DAILY is published at laght Dollar; I5TTI1E MONEY I. LL CASES TO ACCOMTANl SUBSCRIPTION .Jgi rl mitlaacss or subscriptions war be uade by mallet onr risk. , aptr rill be Seal out .of the State unless the order is ac companied with the cash. TOX & rOiHEMUS, , fi9 Broad's'treei, Corner Beaver, New-York, tj&tr for So-V'P, jvUowittg Heavy Cotton Fabrics: TSVT-ESGIi...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 1 August 1854

mm - - ! -J f HAJUWG, .n.KAK, O.CTOKBCTT.H.C.CUUDB. jojIK I,. 31 All 1. IN G At CO., EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. B -TOESUAV JUOUMNO, AUGUST I, 1H54. POSITION OF PARTIES OX THE SLAV fcm QUESTION. TYe commend to tha consideration ot the editor of the Banner, In his further discussion of this subject, the following very explicit declaration by the Pittsburg Gazette, an influential whig paper of Pennsylvania. There are many people in Tennes see who would be glad to hear if the section of the whifr party which the Banner leads is ready to stand on the platform dictated by the whigs cf Pennsylvania: Tub Which of rns North asd tiie South. The LouUvffle" Journal would gladly preserve the Na tional WhifTparty, and it racks its brains to disco ver some plan by which its object can be effected. It has finally come to the following result: "If the Whigs of the North fhall be willing to lot the southern Whigs think, and, feel, and speak, and vote as they please upon the Nebraska law, nnd if the sou...

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. — 1 August 1854

& JsT A S H V I L L E : BY TELEGRAPH. DRY GQOm WE STUD ST TO PJjEASB. GROCERIES- 4. TUESDAY IMORNING, AUGUST 1, 1851. 3f We are authorised to announce Econcr Under wood, Esq., as a candidate for Major of Nashville at tbe( PST We are ambonr-d to announce the name of Hosts tiixoLETos as a candidate for Major at the coming election, iOTJCE. The "report of the Committee appointed tirepare'a qons'litution br the Nashville Building Association can ba obtained by the stockholders tondayatlO o'clock, at ihls office, and at the office of W. B. Shapard & Co. NASHVILLE DRY GOODS. An East Tennessee aeqiiaintanco whom we saw yesterday informed ns that ho had been in the habit lor some time of buying groceries in Nashville, but had never before made a bill of dry goods. On this visit he bought a bill of dry goods of Eakcj fc Co., and was much pleased with his bargains. He thJught hat if East Tennessee merchants were better acquainted with the large stocks kept on hand here and with the li...

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. — 1 August 1854

ASIIVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIL ROAD. DEPAr.TURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. Express Mail Train leaves daily fur Chattanooga at 8 o' clock A.M. Accommodation Train leaves daily for Shelbyville at 3 o'clock P. M. Thiough Tickets to Charleston, 8. C , $15 SO ' " " Savannah, Oa.. ?15 00 . " " Wilmington, N.C. flit 00 To He had nt the Railroad and General Stage Ofiice under the Verandah Hotel, aud at tho Ticket (Mice, Passenger Dspoti - H.L ANDERSON. july4 tf Snpt. Transportation. SOUTHERN ROUTE.! rHHK following Classification and rates ot Transportation i. have been established by the Roads connecting Criiilii-n audSaranr.iih with Nashville: FIRST CLASS. 3.wk. and SUtiontry, Hoots, Shoes and Hats, Bottled Idiuoi and OBa. jtmijiir.a and Spirits Turpentine, in casks and barrels, CarpeHiwr. . , ntni,4ll!ii.snd Glass Ware, Cigars in cases. Clocks. Crtteertry. Cutlery, in boxes and cases, Dry Uooa., in boxw&Bd bales. , o.-i,, 1K.. Fruit Trees and Shrubbery, I or, 1,y Glasses and looking Glass M...

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. — 2 August 1854

; , asiiyii.i.i; nion ;.;ind merictn; yol. xxv NASHVILLE, TENNt WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1854- NO. 345 11 Jhm. i. if.1 c UNlOff iVN D AMERICAN OFFICE No. 11, DEADERIC1C S'TitEET. f.IUMOK AN1) AMlMCAN Is furnished 0 safcjmberstt the following rates: Smgle' copies, one 5Ai?Wjf J'fa within the year$3 OOjat'theead wreSS 'Cuaji Of five and npward3-2 00 $er wpy for cneyear. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived lor sis months tt ibe foregoing rates. " ss TK1-WSBKLY- Is pubHted eTerjr.Tfes.lny r'hursdiry Hid ritKbrHftTj tt'?5 par annum la ad fance; if nu, pain fl advtvtK?, $5. . DAILY published at Eight Dollars. Sr-TU2 'M0X- VLL CASES TO ACCOMFANi SUBsCBIKn'OS. 4 .cirttaaces ofsuteenptioaa m b uade by mall at onr risk. i tpcr 5ri3 te sent tutcf toe State'nnless the order Is ac companied with the casb, i tolhemus, 53 Bread Strest, Corner 3eaver, Kew-Tork, Ufir-f?r Sdt rt folhjrbig JItavy Cotton Fabrics: TEST-SHSiAHD COtlOS SAIL DTTCK 22 inch, all Jj ) uti-nbsr ij.rtard and sofi; also all the v...

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. — 2 August 1854

.' 1 entm & C7 J.UMAEUNO, C O. EiSTUJLN, Q.C. TOBBETT, St.C. C. CUUCCB. McaJOiJUN- L.- .11-A Jt JrI N tt .fe CO.r EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Wednesday morning, Augusts, itHZ TU. t JOHN JIELti ASU THE WJ11G PRESS.., sltrtronbles eo:ne of oar whig friends whose ira Pfssgre in ivor,or.die Nebraska-Kansas bill to sustain-Mr: Bnx and yet preserve an appearance ofcdH8iipif6j We had sunpoted, for instance, tbattthe Memphis EugU and Enquirer was in favor oftKaliilL We do notrsee how -we could have been mistaken in thTa supposition, fof that paper most; opquesuoaably sp declared itself. Yet tbe Eagle and Ehmiirerno says: "Aside from our- own private opinion ofthemer-itsjot-tbis bill, and the .expediency oT its intro dttcnon, we have no hesitation in saying it was a liiAJor.the, r.-esidency hy its original mover, niid ilij Belltbasgairjed lavor with us by tbe dignity imitarianlinessofhi3 opposition to it.' Tli43ublie.man may certainly consider himself fortunate who is posseted of friends li...

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. — 2 August 1854

JN ASH V 1 L L : WEnr-TEaPAY morning, ArccsTg, ifww. Ety We are authorizad.to announce Ecoixs Ujcpsr woon, Efq, as a candidate 'ior'Mayor of Nashville at the fcnsning eltcfion. ? . f iST We authorized to announce the name of Masts Jsecgliton- as a candidate; for. Mayor at the coming election. ,.. EiTfce BaUdingAspociation wiHliold.a meet into-nichL at Odd M ows' Hal .- to -considfer v CPns!itut5on- "Qopies of theond proposed by the com'raitee:at:lfie last meetiuff can be obtained at -mis owce.. CiiAiiccn; of 'Comjikiwe and Merchasts' Ex chanoe. An adjourned oieeing of the merchants 'and business, men of the city, called originally fcr the purpose of establishing a Chamber of Com metre and Merchants1 Exchange, convened at the warehouse of W. If. . Gordon & Co., yesterday evening. Mr. J. Edwards was-called to the chair and A. Fisher appointed-secretary. The commHteeppoiritedit the previous meet ing t o reportTplan for the proposed organization, presented their report tind Ihe same...

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. — 2 August 1854

J . I ASH VILI.i: AN11 CHATTANOOGA HAUr KUAIL DEPARTURE W PASSBN'QER TRAINS. iixprp Matt Tr!ii leaves Uii for ChtianoijF t p I'M"" aUUTHERN ROUTE. .tk4ttk iAiib. .i. .... I . 1 . ..I I .. SImL W Ware, Ctfiam tn cvCIocT:. taofeeiMMt, t1('ti7, 111 IwiM null Oifes. Drj-OtVkls. ilrvA . v ft ft 4 LUU 1 .1 l. . I iv . Ulnfas 111 rtiVllrS " Wtr3t; til MM na Jiro,.Sadller5-. Tin Varc; Tcais and 1 20 JfeiHlw1,Vxwjit Cutlery." liciry CaEtinjR and 11a- "nflwn LUuons in bin-els ot pipes, Cordage, Tobacco, liktf'xS, (jartxigo Simnas ftnd Axlus, Leatbttvin rolls flSl txiM. 0t!. m'barreb or cuuJu, Crockery and Queen mif, is crave' " casu. ut, n uiuuji, a oj-1 Tf,Ac ncrlOOH t Hi 00 1 OA klVU.U AA.AAtO JIips. Farniture Pijhio Firte. Carriages, "bored," and ftMhnr- lijit artictw, m-t enumerated. Alio. Cirboys cf .. Aoid,ctUb t-ken at artunl weight, but charged double, tl r. Aca per W It. 40 A'slti-cles not Cooperated, to be ebarged at rates of "Wa)i,gunrtjce. . --tants soippln? from tbe Eastern citie...

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. — 3 August 1854

:l:AS;HTTJ,E:-TTMTnfV AMERICIN; ml t 4 I ft ' f. t t : i ! VOL. XXV. : Ji -,;., 3EJNION AND AMERICAN. 'OFFICE No. II, DEADERICK STREET. .03 flSrWMaKiTE UNION AND AMERICAN Ib furnished 1o seibs-nbers st the following rates: Single copies, one ' ,irTa4t9. 3 50; within Ihe ypr?8 00; at the end . ' mi the VerA 03. Clubs Gf five and unwards J2 00 fir copy for one year. Clubs cf mbscribers will be re- .-caved, isr six months at this foregoing rate, i.a TH!."VTKrKI.T ii Mihiishnt every Tuesday rbursdsj wi Saturday, at fv per annum in advance; if nuip&ia .a . .OATiyjs pubKshad at Eight Dollars. i3rj0NEr j' w. cases to accomtan. i 1 1 ' inai'll i ii in ii az i staN of snlwriittrai mar In uads by mail aJ our rper.triH be ae-d autof the State unless the order Is &r iapAe& with the cah. . i ; - - rX A. VOI.UEMUS, iSft Auad Street, Corner Beaver, Kew-York, OfHtfar iaV -v'1 fidhieiag Heavy Cotton Ibhrfrc. "xTEW-EKGLAUD COTTON SAIL DUCK 22 inch, all X jwafcnta,liarJarilsffi;ftUrtaU ihe...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 3 August 1854

it.. K'-i fi" J. U HUU.INQ, Jt. G.EMTMAS, G.C TOKOZTT, K.C.acaU2Ca. JOHN 1,. MAKtlft'fi CO., . EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. . THURSDAY JIORNING, AUGUST 3, 1S54. -."iPosrnoNtOF parties on tiie.sla.vkry 7 y" - TION. QUES- ' In the hope of enlightening our neighbor of the "Banner as to the present position of parties in the frco States oa the slavery question, we copy the following article from the Milvraukie Xeics : Tnu Seward PAnrr. A new door of hope ib opened to the whig and abolition forces of the coun try. .The passage cf the .Nebraska bill furnishes a prciextJor tbe organization ot a new party out ci the miserable wreck that survived tne uefeat ot .Scotland Hale. By agitation, excitement, local jealousies, false issue, and lahe alarms, tliey hope , to mislead a portion of the democracy of the north, uxd thus secure the election of William IT. Sew ard, president, and once more glut their hungry ' -hordes upon the national spoils. For this common fcnd selfish object -for tins mere pol...

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

pi fig ; i NA.S.HYILLE: THURSDAY MORNING, ADJUST 3, 1854. 13 We are authorial to announce Eccik 0DB- f vroro, Eeq., ns a candidate for Major of Nashville at the u?uing ciectlou. ; - - tST" We are aiithoriiad to announce the name of Moses Jjikqletox as'a candidate for Mayor at the coming election. .JAs-i ' Till! WRATHER. AND SO FORTH.. Jfliajb. ratrljr tried the experiment, and speak fer'?e'jw'icn we ,',at 'l 13 kard and"hot work - "it 55fe.e't0."as 'w'lh 'he thermometer at 94 degrees. .Every body else u excused for laziness in such weather, and why not editors? "We feel like applying .to those unreasonable persons who - expect us to write these intolerably hot days the words of the dpacon who thought preaching an easy mstter until he tried it. When, at last, his ambition was gi alined and his theory put to the test when he stood in the pulpit before the con .aogation and took his text, not a word could he tay. And when lie found the congregation laugh ing at his embarrassment, he in...

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. — 3 August 1854

it :' -ff' rr- -A- V " ASHVILLTS AND CHATTANOOGA RAIL ROAD. DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. Express Mail Train leaves daily for Chattanooga at 8 o' clock A. II. Accommodation Train leaves daily for Shelbyville at S) o'clock P. . Thtough Tickets to Charleston, S. C , f 1" ' " Savannah, Ga., $1.' M " Wilmington, N. C. SIP 00 . -To ba bad at tho Railroad and General Place Office nnder the Vorandah Hotel, and at the Ticket Office. Passenger Depot H.l. ANDERSON, - julv tf -Supt. Transportation SOUTHERN ROUTE. tafias tm?za gggga csss hPr THE folio ing Classification and rates of Transportation have be'n established by the Roads connecting Charleston and Savannnh with Nashville : FIRST CLASS. Books ari S'lticEfcry, Boots, Shoes and Halo, Bottled 'liquors and Oils. " v umphise and Spirits Turpentine, In casks andlj&rrels, Carpetlnp. I Tfulna, Ihvu and Gla AVare, Cigars in case?. Clock. " Confectionery, Cutlery, in lioxes and coses, Dry i-O", in boxes and bales. " , ,, . Drugs, Fruit Tree...

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