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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 4 August 1854

iS ASH V ILL I l! ION AND AMER MMr it a tol: xxy. NASOTILLE, TENN: FRIDAY. AUGUST 4, 1854- no. ,m -TP 3 ANTP AMERICA; x - V 1 -' 1 V. ' W!kvyCtfF?CK10! AND AMEEICANIstrtmished to objcrU)paslha following..rjito3: Sjngle copies; 'one ye- laadvaaco. 3 50; rritliin the jcar$S DO; at the end ice year-, iej. ijLiT--ut,ayeana-npwarus- w per c py J-oaarrear.- .ClabGfMbseribers will bere ccivei Jct sik'ttonltis it fhe foregoing rates. ' fee TKI-ft'JiCEjVir" is ptiblished every Tuesday rhiirsdjy and Saturday? ci f 5 per annom in advance; if m.t paio a advtjjcs, '. " DAILY IS published at Kighto!lars. iSTTUSiiilOXEVJ'-- Alu;-CA8ES TO ACCOUlANi SUB3CRIPTI0S .JB. '' njaiCaace r.f'sobaJptfcaa oii bo uade tytniil x our i-iTbsstatcit ol the'Stata unless'the "order U ac 9S)iicKd with the cash. "POX & POLUEHUS, sa noun, bird nud rwft; also all the various widths of CjiKHicU3'.ifcctureil at thU establishment comprising er-e-ririijtjiaa.l 10 tha trods, end offered at the lowest 0ITE3 ETA.T223 PItOT...

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. — 4 August 1854

Hi J.UJUKLCCO, I.0.BUT1US, 0.& TOKBSTTpKCaCHtlHCII. JO JIN I JIAHLINC & CO., EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS "FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4,-4854. further particulars (If the bombardment of san juan. "Wo rive below some additional particulars of the bombandment and burning of San Juan, orGrey-i town, by the U. S. sloop of war Uyane, Uapt, Uol lins, which was despatched thither to demand sat isfaction for an insult to Jlr. Borland, American Minister to Central America, and lo secure the American Transit Company from any annoyances they suffered from the Grey town authorities. The town is within the jurisdiction of no particular State. It ia a kind of independent colony, settled by English and American?, and holding what ter ritory they claim from a grant by the Mosquito Kins'. -The authorities of the town have been a long- whilo in dispute "with the Transit Company over the JTioaragua route, growing out of business arrangement aud both parties have probably been giving provocations to eac...

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. — 4 August 1854

t.. --,11 - , -mi 1 1 hi " " " "'"JM'!!,'I"I ,9 W"J W9-m I Mjlj HJ Ij : T5, . - lis I 5 Mi- h v - MP f '? I -4 1? MSH YILLE: "FRIDAT MORNING, AUGUST 4,' 1854. -ST" We are autlicrrizjcf to announce Kootxs Uxdeb- wood. )0D' rS2,Hcaaiante for Mayor of. Nashville at the en SSP We are authorised to announce the came of Mosis Sixgleto:? as c candidate fprMayor at the coming election. v NASHVILLE LADIES' COLLEGE. i he tblrtl annual catalogue of th'o officers and students of this Hourishihpr Institution Las been fur- pfehea Tiie "aggregate humber of pupils for the SShhf.cIili on.lh'a2Dth June, was 53 7. TbeifoUYwin!isahn list, of instructors": :SAMiyIteir. J.Beiuen Ltsosi.Kr,.A. AL, Pro1 E. f. ue ZnvAtpoa, l-rentu ana Jiaiidrt. Mrs. SIactiia'AI KTno. Miss Jane E. Millsr, Miss JcLtAoETox,.Mrs;M. Thompson, Miss H. S LcfKi.v, Mrs. Fanst HbktJ iJiss M. It;. Miller, Mri ,1 At-Ii l.VorjOAX).I)mwing and Painting. Mrs. Elizabeth Yax Wtck, Vocal-Music J.mie3 Diogoks, Professor 6; Music Ofiarles Unas...

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. — 4 August 1854

osis s3Ji- ..i,fi- -in- i2 1 AatrvTT'.i.n - - iiD CH'ATTAIVOOGA JtAIL- ROAD. '.aPAUTtTRE OP PASSENGER." TRAINS. Express Mail Train leaves daily for ChatUuoogs at 8 o - ' clock A.M. Accommodation Train lcarea daily for ShelbyvRle 3 J oaocc r. n. i. Through Ticket! to Charleston, S.C , S15 ftD ' " Savannah. Go- 615.00 " " Wilmington, C. To be had at the Railroad and Generalise Office under 4 i.-tr ti.t -t ihe Ticket Office. PABsemrer i B ,tJ..Ilv. Beootr H.I ANDERSON. tf Bupt. Traajponatirn. SOUTHERN ROUTE. -S TBK folloning Clas&ittcittion and rates ol Transportation have been established by the Roads connecting Charlegion and SaTatinah with Nashville: 1 first class. , 1 . Uottlcs and Stationery, Uooti, Shoes and lists, JJottlert Liauoraand Oils. Cumphina and SpiriU Turpcnluie, in casks and torrels, --CartHstin?. , . China, Glass and Gla .Ware, Cigars in cases. GIocC". - Coniectionerv, Cutlery, in boxes and cases, Vrj uoous, Oin.boies ami bales. n JmHi - - DrnK. Fruit Treei and Sh...

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. — 5 August 1854

NASHVILLE, TENN. SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1854. NO. 348, vol. xxy. . -. , , t , - - "J S StC 5 "l ; H5 Kid'iSSlMEKICAN. U 'ofrtCfe-Xo. U.DEADERICK STREET" ,o iu'oacr.bareM'thifoficjiog rales: Singlepies.'ona- 2rf4ffi4&. 2 -rrllbin ths yearOO; atheen d( - C&3 Of fire and lawards f 2,(!P dw c-jn; fcr oaajresr. '"CSabs of subscribers will be rf cueii-rtizts6BCiatT0e toregoing late. . ae Tiil.VVEESOY'jspobUsbodeTeTy-Tnesiay rbursdJj va.'iMnna advance; if w.tria ulreoee, 5-., 7 -WTUE MONEY ' -LI, 'CASES TO ACCOMTANi .iwttaaou of 'wbMripUiw mat ba Made by mail J cur rusit. " ' ' lr w!it r:c'I of the Statatmless the order U ac cna;c.cd wtttitpjaah. 0 BrsaV SUrfet, CYrner 'Beaver,' Kew-Yorlc, Gpu-f&Sdt Iht fullpMig Heavy Collon Fabrics: TVT ,v7-S,J I.y3 Co'srON-SAlL OTCK-22 inch, all ' i- vi i 5k "K 1 u'1 nll 11,1 l5ie rarious widths ol tLSyaXM? ejtabUshment comprising ev tr ci...-if cIjwlaTaa tra'ds, and oKred at-tbe'-lowest HirS3 k3TiTO PILOT DUCK Woodberry and jty A'!u11 a3:,ortm?...

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. — 5 August 1854

1. I. MARLING;, K. a KA3TH ilf, O. a TOH.BITT, H. C C. CHUECH. JOHN L. 'JIABLIKG & CO., EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5,aS54. A FUSS AMONG THE BANKS. Since tJie death of the old United States Bank, -we hare heard but little about currency regulators, and Exchanges have taken pretty good care of themselves. Lately, however, we hear that the Nashvillo banks are setting themselves up as "regu lators" or the free banks. 1Ye hear that they are gathering up the notes of the free banks for the purpose of drawing the specie for them and em barrassing or "regulating' the free banks. We do ,f nre(and the quarrel very thoroughly, hut we hear that tho "parent" banks at Nashville have gone into this crusade against the free 'banks as a concerted and systematic scheme. We are told .that-one of the free banks proposed to the "N'ash ville ' regulators" that they would redeem their "notes in the note3 of the branches pf the Nashville -banks at one per cent, discount, and that...

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. — 5 August 1854

. 4 4- . 17 f 4 r, . at -TV, k lwvt I 3s H V TLLE s.vtukuax morning, august "s, m. 2f Wo are authorial to announce Euoksk Ukuik VOODEsqijas a candidate for Major of Nashville at the ending tlejticn,' i t J37 We araVulhij'rfi-J'lo announce the name of Moses Hikglktox as a candidate for Mjd? at the coming election. AeuamM -,,,, ; '. ; , . : -TIl E ElO I LDINQ ASSOCTTiON. fflftSuMjug'iss'Jciation met at Odd Fellows Hall oaJWefln&stliiy evening; and adopted a consti tution . . Ori Thursday evening-the Association held an ad journed meeting, forlho election of seven directors. The following genlleraen'wero'elected: Mnj. Amcxakper Allison, Dr. C..K. Wiustosc, 3Ion. .loirs- S. Bp.iei, Andrew Audersok, Esq., Her. C. Tomep, Thomas L. Marshall; Esq., and "William R Siiapard, Esq-. Wc are requested to state, that the directors will meet at the counting-room of W. B. SnATAim & Co. on Monday nexi.'-at.S.o'cloct, for the pur posoof complctmgatlipVrSari'zati.onof the As30ci" tion. PUTNAM'S...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 5 August 1854

rjy- ASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIL ROAD. DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. Express Mail Train leaves daily for Chattanooga at o' clock A. M. . AcMCimodstion Train leaves daily for Sbelbyvillc at 0 o-cloikP.il. ' Through Tickets to Charleston, a. C , $15 60 " " Savannah, Ga, J 15 00 " " u Wilmington, N. C. 1 P To be bad at the Railroad and General Stage (Klice under tbe Verandah Hotel, and at the Ticket Office. Passenger k Depot. H.I ANDERSON, iuly4 tf Supt. Transportation. SOUTHERN KOUXE. I TUiEfoIo.ng Gasification i Jiave been estaDiisnea oj CHarleston and Savannah, with Nashville : FIRST CLASS. , . Books and Station. Hoof, Sboes and Hat,, Bottled fepniul.nud &cIi"a?GUss and GI Ware, Cigars in cases. Clocks. Confectioner, Cutlery, in boxe and cases. Dry Goods, in boxt-s and bales. . . , i)xxifti. Fruit Ts and fihrubberj, Furs, Garden Seeds. " fcoXimr Glasses and Looking Glass Plates, "at owners rjlsk." Oysters, in cans ana jars, nauaiery, im ware, ieas ana Spices, per too lbs. tl,...

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. — 6 August 1854

ft i. miii 5 XI; 1 1 JjJjlli UiilUJA ! A - ' ' MiiwirWIIMMrMWlMMlMTl OTM isjmimbii . - - ---raT.-r rV. rT r7rr - ! ' Jt TT i "-' ' lii, -Hi---- , ' - ii ---i mi in, :' ! '. -it-- ' 1 uSMtM) AMERICA ; OITUDK-No. 1JL, JEAII5KCK STUEET, .-sTT-a-a-rx TOVKifejIUJftOX'ANU AMERICAN & fanned ib Mbicn&St'fWfnltowing rates. Smglecojifcij one rtaritetBi4.t2.8i)rwil3iUi the .yparf SjOOr&t Uieend -"ffMirPrSfrl i&i o&-0f tlvo and-upwiu-da 8; 00 ?5r?ttf aiey&r. CTabsor'stibscnb''mUbcre- t it cd lir ixjao;!tli3 at the foregoing rates. . he TM-WF.KKUY is published e"v fay Tuesday ?bnrsdy end SatarMaf, st?3 p iinWjnjxdvoncefir ntpala a nJvanee, 8j,,-., . , ' , 9.lLYjsvub!i8Ued!atE;i;M.l5oUrs. . - : l5rTiIKM0NY'l ALL' GASES; TO-aiwju i:.tto(sVf 'ub8CTpiH!" T-.bo.uade.Vicasl it our imrr 1tt1fecii & out of tbe Stale unless the order Uac -VOXrS' VOLIIE3IUS, litf 4Sai 'StrfiVj ''Corner " BeaVir,'aWYork, Oferfor tylctjte fJJoioiiig Jlettvy Cotton Fairies-. ATEWrSNG tkjTD COTTON ...

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. — 6 August 1854

J, L. MAIUJXQ, V O. SAST1UK, O. C TORBBTT, II. C. C CHDSC JOHN I,. JtARIi-ING & CO., EDITORS AND PROPRIETORa - -SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST C, 1854. APPOINTMENT BY THE PRESIDENT. JowL. Maruno, Esq, one of"th"o"editoraJ"of this paper, ha9 been nominated by the President and confirmed by the Senate, as Charge d' .AffaireB to Guatemala, one of the Central American States. As Mr. Marko is now absent from the city, it will not bs considered indelicate in us, in express ing our own gratification at this well-earned and well-deserved appointment, to say,- that it Twill be well received by tie democracy of tihe Statp, whom our associate has go ably and so faithfully served. SSS't NORTHERN WHIGGERY. & We are able to furnish onr neighbor of the Run ner with another pregnant fact, illustrative of "the position of parties on the slavery question." On the 29thulrin the House .of Representatives, Mr. Elliott, of Massachusetts, asked leave to intro duce abill tn repeal the fugitire slave law of...

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. — 6 August 1854

NASH.YJLLE: SUWDAYtKouNINGAlJGUST'Oi 1854. Mail robbery. Dr. Ji C. PATTEEsos.fPpst Master at McJVlrirtera- ville, in this county, -syas arrested by Gen. Clem ents, U. S. STlarshalj and brought before Commis sioner Mcilrimr yesterday morning on a charge xrJaving-robbed the mail. The charge was.stis 'taned'and Patterson committed to jail to await .i Jitrial before the Federal Court. "Wo understand that money had been frequently missed' from the mails on that Hm or some time past. The fact'was. communicated tq Col. AIartik, llieindefatigablcSpecial Agent of the Government, who immediately placed himself on that line, and by a stratagem peculiar to the Mail Agents, succeeded in detecting ihe rascality in a pretty con- cluive mauner, as we understand. McWhirters- ville is some six miles from Nashville, on the Leba- non turnpike. "We understand that Patterson has not resided there or in this county more than .two 3'eare, end we. know nothing of his former where- . &lout3 or family con...

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. — 6 August 1854

turns:, ' Li. 1 Tf, it N .rVSHVlXIVE AND QITA.TTANOOGA RAIL ROAD. '. DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. Express Mail Train leaves daily Tor Chattanooga at 8 o' clock A. M. Accornmodation Train leaves daily for Shelbyrillent 3 -o'clock K-JU Through Tickets to Charleston, S. C , f 15 t0 " " Sarannah, Ga.. ?15 00 " Wilmington, N. C. f 19 u To be had at the Itailroad and General Stage Office under tUeiVerandah Hotel, and at the Ticket Office, Passenger hepot ANDERSON, july4 tf Supt. Transportation. SOUTHERN KOUm ssjsa sskss n, "TUIB following Classification and rates of Transportation JL- hare been established by the Iloads connecting Charleston .and Savannah with Nashville: FIRST CI, ASS. Jlooks and Stationery, Hoots, Shoes and Hats, Bottled Liquors and Oils. - -Compbinn and Spirits Turpentine, in casksand barrels, .Carpeting. ' . China, GUsi and Glass Ware, Cigars in cases, Clocks. 7 TDogrecfKincry, Cutlery, in boxes and cases, Dry Goods, lobgifcs.arid bales. , 0 Drugs, Fruit Trees nd Shr...

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. — 8 August 1854

mi lit a- If I "J r rMSHTILLE -UIVlONjAND AMERIClP K f TOL, XXY. NASHVILLE, TEN TOESlTJGrUST 8, 1854. " "" ' f UKIQN AND AMERICAN OFFiCE-No. 11, DEADEHICK. STREET. -U0 ffTVEEKXY CNIOS AND AMERICAN In furnished .srrrtJ jiM oj&tii: jcribtrs t the fallowing rateij; Single jcopics, one "'I T-''f3sriaadr6(. $ 2 CO; cithin the year8 CO; at theend ' 1 tTO "thsyear?! 00. CMTM-Or five and upwards-2 ()6 per copy for one rear. Clubs of subscribers if ill be rr- .dvsdlar sir months at tbe fore roing raws. - sWTf.I-WEEKLY U published every Tuesday Chursdj sill.Trs-e- f tr.V OTiTiiim Tn ftmnce: if Dl. duq fl tsteance, tJ. . - -. - DAILY is nutlhted at Eiebt Dollars. F5TTHE MONEY I 4.LL OASES rTO ACCOMfANi dOBSCBIPTIOS .Js2 SdmittsBees of subscriptions mar be uade by mail A our risk. r epsr wEl bs seat out of ihe State unless the order id ac companied with tbe cssh. fa FOX & PbLIIEMUS, 9 Braid Street, Corner Beaver, New-York, Oftr for Site the foUowing Heavy Cotton Falrkr, ' TW-SS3L1ND COX...

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. — 8 August 1854

.L.MAKUNQ, K.0.KUTM1X, O.C TOKBtTT, M. C. C. CHCECH. JOHN L. MARLING At CO., EMTOKS AND PROPRIETORS. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 185d. T iE NEWS. Vo give up oar paper principally to-day to the interesting details of the Uto foreign news nnd to the official account of the destruction of Grey V towu., ' " veto of the river and harbor hill. Tho announcement that the President has vetoed the river and harbor bill will be received with joy by the sound democracy of the South. The re sponsibility taken by the President of disappoint ing the schemes of the representatives of the large sections of country interested in tho bill v.-as a high ' one; but it was one Trhich had been assumed by Jackson and Polk, and we rejoica that General Piehce has been found to possess finnces3 enough - to follow their illustrious example. The act will .bs bitterly asai!ed by those who havs an interest in the expenditure o vast sutn3 of public money. B&t it will be sustained with enthusiasm by the great dem...

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. — 8 August 1854

mm 6JB 4( - N A SH TILLE: TUESD AVitfOJRNl'NfeAtltJUsf 9, 1 854. f3? Wtjaraati-ioriitd to announce the name of Mo3is . .aiNOLtros a; a candidate for Major at the coming election, k ." i lj , : f-t TT-J "Li ' J ... t ... v VnrM Tf-TM-w. wood, Htq., as a candidate for Major of Nishnlle at tbe enniing election -?:: KEtiBooTS. A dbtinguisheJ whig .lawyer of a 'MfcP'J-X0''31"4' ln one01 lncs? generous moous vM-fttfvhiclr so olten corns Over him anil which sit so ggrs'fflly Upon him,.prcscuted U3 with a fine new wrHiAf boots Wo know not which most to admire: the taste wLfoh selected U3 as the recipient of this present, or.tho excellent judgment which induced tuc prjjttntoV.to purchase the -present of those hommunvfacturers, Messrs. Hamilton fc Fclleb. The ta?to and the judgment are duly appreciated by the recipient of the present- j'uildixo A.socrATiov. Tho directors met yes terday and elected, the following officers: Maj. Alexv Allison, President. - Lr. C. K. Wixsros, Vice President. , E...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 8 August 1854

ASHi XLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIL ROAD. .DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. Express Mail Train leavss daily for Chattanooga at 8 o' clock A. M. Accommodation Train leaves daily for Sbelbyrille at 8 o'clock P. M. Through Ticket to Charlwton, S. 0 , $15 CO . . Savannah, Ga., $15 00 " " " Wilmington, N 0. 1 00 To bo had at the Railroad and General SUgo OlCce under the Verandah Hotel, and at the Ticket Office. Passenger Depot. H.I ANDERSON, joly4 tf Snpt Transportation SOUTHERN ROUTE. THE following Classification and rates oiTransportation have been established by the Road connecting Charleston and Savannah with Nashville: FIRST CLASS. - . . Honk and Stationery, Boots, Shoes and nats, Bottleil Liquors and Oils. , Camphine and Spirits Turpentine, in casta and barrels, a3iipa?fllas3 and Glass Mare, Cigars in casts. Clocks. Confectionery. CutUry, in bores and cases, Dry Uooas, in boxes and bales. . Drugs, Fn.it Trees and Shrubbery, Fur, Garden Seeds. Looking Glasses and Looking Glass Plates, -at o...

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. — 9 August 1854

NASHVILLE l 101Y M IN 11 " AMEKl mUff " 1 ""wiraKiM ni .1.1 I ' ' -- ""' V!QL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1854. NO. 351. - mi iw 1 II. "is i- ' ft'" -fa QNION AND .AME1UCAK. li DEAiDJERIClf. STREET r WBKKLY PNIOX AND AMERICAN Is furnished o'suSscriberB at the f..riowinjr' rates: Single copies, one fear is adrance. J 2 ..; within the year IS 00; at the end rf she yer $4 CO. CLVej Of five and upwards 12 00 .V1 copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers trill be re ceived for six inoutUB tt the foregoing ratas. ,. TRI-WEHKLY is published erery Tuesday 'imradfj iail tSttuxday, at ?6 per annum in adraucej if nu paid a .ivaucc, $6. . ., DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. S-THE MONBY l-' ALL OASES TO ACCOMTAJH SUBSCRIPTION "eiuittarlcesof iinbsiriptions mar be tAtde by mail A our oak. . tpec will be sent cut of the State unless the order Is ac ecsptnled with the cash. FOX & FOLUEMUS, "iS'Brsad Street, Corasr Beaver, 'New-York, Qftr for Sde Vie fjVowing Heavy Cotton Fabri...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 9 August 1854

ailg itmoit American- j. u uiELna, x. o. sAKTUiX, o.a tokbett, K.ac. cnooca. JOHN L. MAULING & CO., EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. ' WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 0, 1854. THE GREYTOWN AFFAIR. t The Louisville Democrat, in an editorial notice of the burning of Grey town, says: These Greuown scamps are only a nest of outlaws; pretending to jurisdiction that doesn't belong to them; robbing and insulting citizens of the U. States at discretion, and contemptuously refusing all reparation. CapL Ildlinshad -no specific instructions; but he could not have done less, and wo hope his conduct will be approved. If any power on earth wishes to take up the quarrel, let it do so. Let the partizina who are always against their own country, rail on ; let the people read, and they will sustain Capt. Ilollins. The only regret is, that he didn't get bold 01 a ien of the transgressors, that they might be compelled to answer personally for their crime. It is snggessedby our commercial agent, that the presence...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 9 August 1854

N A SHY-ILL E: WEDNESDAY HORNING, AUGUST 9, 1834. We are.authoriziil to announce the uanie f Mosis .Sixatrro as ji candidate for Mayor at tlirf coming election.' 15?" Wa are antrioiixid tu aunounce. Ecaixs dee- wood, Esq.. es a candidate for Mayor of -Nashville at the aisuicg election. . C5FTfe attention op hibs&ibcra to stock In the Naslnilfe iBuildiug Association is called to the ad vertJmerWiii jldspapfr: aSF-'ltSfftl'be seeb by reference to our'adver- t sing cohmtH tbat StvMauk Stuart, the orcom p'jhed Professor of .Dancing, will open a fchool in Nashville on thebd of September. We predict for him a large ariiTselei't, cla3 of young ladies and gentlemen. The Hails. If we had a chance we would blow up ti e Tost Office Department! We have let ter from all part- of lite country complaining f tbe irregularity of tiie mails'. These complaints come from quarters tvliere we least expected them, and from quarters where nothing but inexcusable negligence can be given inextenuation. I...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 9 August 1854

tSOBt MM. mux mWi S J3BS 3nE'3E:ZBE:WBm ASHI LLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIJi IIOAD. DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. Express Mail Train leaves daily for Chattanooga at 8 o' clock A it Aooommodation Train leaves dailr for Sbelbyvflle at 8 o'clock 1' M. Tnioagh Tickets to Charleston, 3. 0 , 15 00 " Savannah, Ga, $15 OX ' Wilmington, N. 0. 1 00 ' To be,bad at tho Railroad a.;d General Stage Office under tbeVerandan Hotel, and at the Ticket Office. Possengtr Depot, ILL ANDERSON, ' julv4 -tf Sap'. Transportation SOUTHERN ROUTE. THE following Classification and rates of Transportation lave been established by the Roads connecting Cfcarlcstcn and Savannah with Nashville: FIRST CLASS. Booka and Stationery, Boots, .Shoes and Hats, Bottled Liquors and Oil. Camphine and Spirits Turpentine, in casks and, barrels, Carpeting. China, Glass and Glass Ware, Cigars in cases. Clocks. Confectionery, Cutlery, in boxes and caws, Dry Goods, is boxes and bales. , , Drugs, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery, Purs, Garden Se...

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