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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 10 August 1854

a&Wv 3w -. v1 111 E A ME IMfl Ti .ufKi) I - t ' 0 AND Ml i if ft-' .il';: 4 it 4 Y&. XXV. UNfON AND AMERICAN. UttPIOE No. 11, DEADERICK STREET. i'HE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished uTscfcicritera si lht-foltowiny rates: Single copied, on' yr IntaVaUce, J2 50; within the yearSfS 00; at the end zi tea year 4 00. Cldbj Of fire and upwards 2 00 per cepj1 for one yaar. Clubs tf jsubscribets will bejf crifd Rrs5stnonlhs at the foregoing rates. c.TRI-WEKIit; b publtshesr.every Tuesday "hursdaj ta 5-tuida7,4itf 5 psr annum in advance; if m,,paia a tlTlEM; f6. DAILY is iftEiisted af Eight Dollar. rSTTfife' !IONEY f .LL CASES 10 ACCOMIAM suBsoKiPTioa .jy sittice of sotairrptusDi m b uade by mail A our i spcr di he eent fcat of the State unless the order ti ac cssaanied with the cash. ' FOX A- FOLHEMUS, 8'Srsai Street, Oorcer Beaver, Kew-York, Qjvrfsr Sale the following Heavy Cotton Fabrics: 7y w"-2HaLA.ND COTTON SAIL DUCK 22 inch. a1f XS, cambers, hard andsofi; also all the var...

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. — 10 August 1854

J.UKARUKO, .O.BA3TMijr, O. C TOUBETT, . C. C. CUCCCD. JOHN I MARLI WC As CO., EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1854. ' -THE BURNING OF GREYTOWN. The breaking up of the pestiferous nest of free negroes and pirates at Grejtotvn has greatly ex cited the sympathies of the whig press of the coun try. It seems impossible for the3e papers to take the side of their own country in any controversy; but they ought to have decency enough to restrain the expression of their anti-American sympathies when felt for a nest of frce-negroe pirates, whose outrages tipon American property have been continued past all bounds of forbearance. Here is one of the complaints which was laid be fore our Government and it is only one of the many whichclaimed its action: CoitMERCUL AoEKcr, U. S. A, J San Juan del Norte, Nicaragua. J By this public instrument ofrotor, be it known unto all men, that on the 12th day -of May, A. D 1854, personally appeared Joseph N. Scott, agent of the Accessory ...

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. — 10 August 1854

,.f3r 41 rV W 1 U'i . i A1 ft ' NASHVILLE: THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1854. 4radV OP NAsYvILLeI I ?f 3 As the season for the tamntry jnerchants to make -1 4 II 1 . . ... . Illfir iall DUri'linlM Bnnmi-lioo if wt 1 1 linr- lip COtl-. I amiss in 03 to call their attention to Nashville Market. . .-'.- -' It is well known by those who have given this idcna a Cat,. !.- W.Aavq ad t.mirtr int1limmpn(q 4aunuAI lilab Ifc.VMCio o umuj .......... . in tliS'GrSiefv line a anv other accessible . nointf to Middle and Eist Tennessee, aa well a a portion of Kentliyj'.a'lio'rion Of Alabama, and the nor thern codnliewif Georgia. Groceries generally ate sold here at a very sl'ght alvanee on New Orleans price, and a great many articles-can be solHTiere at the same prices; for in stance, articles manufactured at -Cincinnati and Pittsburg, from iron, wood and other material?: when taken together, an important item in the trade. The articles of sugar and molasses can be and often are bought from the pla...

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. — 10 August 1854

mint ASH VILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIL AS ROAD. DEPARTURE OP PASSENGER TRAINS. " Express Mall Train leaves daily for Chattanooga at 8 o" ClAcimmodation Train lcarcs doily for Shelbyville at 3 o'clock r. at. Tanimrh Tickets to Charleston, S. C , .4 Savannah, Ga., i. Witminp-ton. K. C. I5 oo $15 -00 US VHI To lie had at the Railroad and : General Stage Oilice under the Verandah Hotel, and at the Ticket plfc juIT4lf Supt. Transportation. SOUTHERN ROUTE. THE following Classification and. rates of Transportation bare 'been established by the Roods connecting Charleston nnd Savannah with Nashville: FIRST CLASS. Brinks nnd Stationery, boots, Shoes and Ilats, Bottled Liquors and Oils. CSatnrmme and Spirits Turpentine, in casks end barrels. Carreiing. Clnnn, Glasi 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." Oyst...

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. — 11 August 1854

HVILL AMER "Vr;1 3- 1 "TOL. XXV. -A . Jt.- LS NASHVILLE, TENN: FRIDAY, AUGUST II, 1854- NO. 53, II NION AN in JJ if--' if tMTON AND AMERICAN, ..ff.W- ,rir , -, , OPEltjSo. ll.DEADERICK STREET tfSErTLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished '.wasutssn.'iieri at the loIloAiug rates.; Single copies, one ,IfWte-a'3rae. ti ; within the jearfS 00; attheeud a ice ytir it vO. Ctinss -Of lire and upward f2 00 coj,y t'r one year. Clubs or subscribers trill be re - cHiAilrH ,-ui mouths at Hie foregoing rates. r. ihi-AYEEKLY is published evsry Tuesday rhursdnj tjkifji iJcUiiday, at f 5 per annum iu advance; if nov paia n V..vcr,ee, ffi. . DAILY is published at Right Dollar. B?Pfet)N"KY I ALL CASES TO A CCO MF AN I iufiitiuii..,ii subscription mar b u" by mall l our TvaVr i - l'er 1 111 ""l -ut the state unle" ,hs oriie' U ai companled with the cash. FO.V-A- POLHEMUS, ,,-sO.dJrpid,. Street, Corner Beaver, New-York, 0tr fVn Safe Ae fvUoimnj Heavy Cotton Fabrics: XTSW-SSQLAIII) COTTON SAIL DUCK 22 inch, ...

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. — 11 August 1854

J. LmAULBO, a.aTAK, a. a TOSUim, ii.c.acaoBCB. JOHN L. JIAIlLIJrG & CO. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. raiUAY MORNING, AUGUST II, 1854. THE ELECTION'S. The news is favorable to the complete success of tile democracy of North Carolina, a we supposed it would be, -when we vaw the telegraphic report of whig gains there. 'The telegraph tells us that Tom Benton is defeated by a whig, in the St. Louis, Mo., district. Ve hope this news will be confirmed. A whig is bad enough, but Tom Bestox i3 worse. THE MOSQUITO PROTECTORATE. -'SEcce the, destruction of the San Juan de Nica ragua, (says'the Washington Sentinel) wehare seen thaY the idea has been-thrown out that Great Bnt- w- i-,.,t ihPr. If Great Britain has in- terests in that quarter, such a fact ought not to te permitted to alter the case, because we ought not to .offer a band of negro pirates tooutrageour citizens andisullur government, even if the English gov ernment should have the hardihood to protect them. ' The abolitionists are ex...

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. — 11 August 1854

y A SHY I L LE: FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST II, 1854. it I ?V '' ' AGRICULTURE FAIR. "We shall have Ibis year, iu Middle Tennessee three great Agricultural - Fairs. The Humne-, County Fair, at Gallatin, fan the 2Glb, 27th, ,28th, Tjnd,23di September, tbeWtlson County lair, at Lebanon, on the 4 th October and three following jJFS&i11 the Middle Tennessee "Fair, at Xaihville, "-' on' the 10th October, and four following days. The advertisement of the'State Fair'bas hereto fore appeared in our columns. That of the Sum ner oounty Fair we publish tO:Uay. To one premliim offered by the latter fair we call the attention of our brethren of the press. It is a premium of $20 for the neate3t and best print- ed newspaper published any where m the United States. Competitors will address Uie "j umner I County Fair, Gallatin, Tenn." We dp not remem ber ever before to have seen a premium offered for . tta species of manufactures. AVe hope it will at tra:f competitors from all parts of the Union. We ...

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. — 11 August 1854

4lp. ft v 4' I'M ASH VILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIlr ROAD. DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. Express flail tatn leaves dally for Chit tan oar at 8 o -clock A. M, T Accommodation Train lures dally for Sbelbyville at 8 L o'clock P. M. Through Tickets to Charleston, S. 0 , $15 PO " " Savannah, Ga, 115 00 " Wilmington, N C. $1 00 To be had at the Railroad and General Stage Office nnder the Verandah Hotel, and at the Ticket Office, Passenger Depot. H. I. ANDERSON, july4 tf 3a.pt. Transportation. SOUTHERN ROUTE. THE following Classification and rates of Transportation have been established by the Roads connecting Charleston and Savannah with Nashville: FIRST CLASS. Books and Stationery, Boots, Shoes and Hats, Bottled Liquors and Oils. Cotnpbi and Spirits Turpentine, in casks and barrels, Carpeting. China, Glass and Glass 'Ware, Cigars in case3. Clocks. Confectionery, Cutler, In boxes and cases, Dry GooJ, .In bases and bales. , . Drugs, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery, Furs, Garden Seeds. Lrokta2Oi!M a...

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. — 12 August 1854

NASHVILLE UNION AND -1 , sfCi.- 4 NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1854- NOU354 it AMER If rtt. In? 1 - I? 4 1" !-Va k.i ' :Jtr . AND AMfeRIOAN. OJWjayNo.; ! 1,,)KAUE1H.CK .STRKT. BBl TagT.T -Jn.lt J -tfazg' - - ' ' f"rT -J j ' THK WKEKLY UNION AND AMI3ICAN Is furnished VWSllQCVVf ?! l'""w'Wj! tt,ea; 'nS'e copies, one tr tddWoevjfW,. within tbe year? 8 Oft at thtfend I ititiwr M 1'Ltn-M)f Siveatid upwards J2 1 00 '11 i--r W Wflit'T'rtr. Club "of subscribers will be re . JW ' tui wregoingjates. t.t4RU-VMIIi!ih.Yv w published every Tuesday rhursdsT MS HAteWV; ul-tRij.fPunr.unt iri advance; if nuljaia n. DAILY published at EjgbTPoIIara. iSrsTIIKwMUIxtJY I ALL OASES TO ACCOMFAN. .simscRiraos U5liHj)j,rsu)J?crfj.U(xn mas be ude by uiatl t our paper fit! be seat out of tbe State unless tbe order IB ac , Cfip&ni,! with, the cash. vox & poliiemus, &) Itroid Street, Coraer Beaver, Now-York, f5)V"SjA ie flowing Heavy Qt(on Fairies: -VfZW-KHOLAWD COTION SAIL "DUCK 22 iach, all...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 12 August 1854

5! mi -. .J . . .T,n n.ASTKAir. CCTORBITT, M. C. C. CBOBOJ. JOHN L . MAULING & CO. EDITORS' AND PROPRIETORS. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1S54. "Hons. Wit, Cuiaom and R. M. Brno passed through Nashville on Wednesday night last, tn route for home. r o . o.. OrnrtGE V7. JoHES hae HCI13. O. xi.. iuuu "'- also-'arrlved at their respective homaa. THOMAS U.BENTON. jiThe Banner rejoices over the defeat of Col. Bex- TfiVrfor ReDresentative in Congress from the ot. tzt. ..trirt in Missnnri. So do we. So far we JJVU'd - The cause of our own rejoicing is well founded. CoL Bextos is now one or the bitterest of the op pbnenfc pf the national democracy, and the leader. next to Seward, ot tne iree-soii .... great question of the lale session -tne .Minstthe South and aga.n;t !gaT ' on rational grotmd. deS ? That ,aP3r agrees with Benton and d,s. m, .ucceasful competitor, on the only exciting question of public concern now before the people. So far as we Know anu uei.c.c, no disaTeemcnt on this ...

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. — 12 August 1854

H55HHH55H5 N ASHYILLE: SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1854 Prospects of Trnr Siuet. We are pleased to see that the" prospect for sport upon the, Niisliville course?, during "Use approaching Fall tiiccting?, is good. It 13 true that many of our best horses have been sent awav. vet we have a. jrrcat number of ' . . -.-.. promuinff looking young ones now in training, some of which will doubtless do credit to-their Slate. It is a remarkable fact hat out of about thirty liprses now in training here there are but' three'Hhat linve ever nm a race.. These are Martha . DB'jgSrdcliaReid and Invincible This originates, inosUypn the demand t'aat has been created for line stock by the opening of the National Course near Nen-York city. However this is not to be grumbled at, for the Belling of a fine hor3e for a good priee.i? one of the inducements ,for raising him. From the heading of this article it will be seen that wo commenced-it for the purpose of .showing the prospect for sport here this fall...

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. — 12 August 1854

NASHVILLE AXO CHATTANOOGA KAIL- ROAD. DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. Express Matt train leaves daily for Chattauooga" at 8 o- ; ClAodaUon Train leares daily for Shclbyville at B j o'clock 1. M. ,,. n i s fn I Through. Tickets to Charleston . b. C , w j " Bavannab, Ua., Jf l- w . Wilminfflnn. N. C tl'J CO I To be bad at the Railroad and General SURe Office under i .h.r.n.nM Hotel, and at the Ticket OUice, Passenger the Verandah Hotel, and at Depot. jnly4 if II. I. ANDERSON, Supt. Transportation. SOUTHERN ROUTE. j- yl i&ii- THE following Classification and rates of Transportation bare been established by the Roads connecting Charleston and Savannah with Nashville: FIUST CLASS. , Books and Stationery, Boots, Shoes and Hat., Bottled liquors and Oils. . C&mphine and Spirits Turpentine, in casks and barrel. , cSinafaiass and Glass Ware, Cigars in casevfloc Confectionery, Cutlery, in boxes and cases. Dry uooos, in boxes and bale9. -.a. Drugs, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery. -.fme LookSe...

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. — 13 August 1854

"... . " .xr.vga xt-lt- -vscc r t. ft m i MUlf ' ""' I m 1,1 miUMiiiiMm in .ijimi mi in - - - ' ar.r-.-.-vpL. xxy,. 3QtSt03Sf AND AMERICAN. t t&ol'FrOE No. 1I,TEAIERICK STREET". t un'Mii''-1 .-.,- ;l'HE.iWEEKi.Y UNION AND AR1CAN-U furnished ' "' Cv s subscribers at'the "following rates; Single copies, one f rar lit advance. j2 oO; Tritliiu the yearf 00; at theend -04.tJ-r.if" fnnTftatWJO0"O-,nR Of Are and upwards 12 00 .t a.r? i jyropy fhr'toneyear. Clubs' of Subscribers will here- ceived for six months at the foregoing rateal TffaraoVfWySEKLY is published. every Tuesday rbursdy VtX ui fond t$aturdajyat!$5 per tnndmln advance; if m., pifo fd'vimce to' ' .- I' Nulled alEighf Dollar. - kimitfctrrernr subscriptions ma? ba uade' by mall ji our papar will be sent ut of the State unless the order is ac- -i'comjnied lyitb'the' cash. fiitriM ?:.9-jBroa4 Street, Coraer Be&ver. New-York, Ojfar for Sadc tlicfoUotclng Heavy Cotton Fabrics'. rXTEW-ENOfclHD CCTNM SAIL DOCK 22 inch, all Jl...

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. — 13 August 1854

r .1 S I. u icMiue;!x. a. jltxa.v,,)g. c. to mutt, k. c. c church. J O UN L. MA.RLINU & CO. EDITORS ADD PROPRIETORS. i Ti, -T-- SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1834. -gSeG' first'Pagd df uailyr" " " . hJu . ELECTION NEWS. .. The news from ITorth" Carolina has' been con flicting; but tbe last intelligence favors the election , of a whig governor and a democratic Legislature. The abolitionists are reported to have have car ried Iowa. We expect the whig and abolition combination to carry most of the free States this fall; but all will come out right in the end. THE FREE TRADE POLICY. ' : The Emperor Napoleos has lately entirely re rnSved the restrictions which existed upon impor- ' IStions, under the English Ha for consumption in Frenc?; of any merchandise the produce of Asia, Africa,or America; and also upon the importation, under the same flag, of European products shipped ''"-elsewhere" than in the ports of the United Kingdom 'or it3 possessions in Europe. This is a great step in the...

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. — 13 August 1854

-rtac 4v MP- 5JJ. "-"4r..ai3ia5w. tfc '. a Li -JBT AUTHORITY. tTNTTED STATES. r-.. ,, . , f Public, Xti.54 AN ACT making appropriations for tuet cuiAntaml eontln. cetit' tribute, ht inr Indian tfepatlmerii. sriit 'Tor fulOltln; treaty stipulations with various Indian IrilHis, lortlwyear endlar; Jane thirtieth, one -tlianlMDJ el'ht handred and fifty five, ami ior oilier purp.wei. Be it enalttei y r ht Senate and Home Refreeenentiret f .jcujtt4Statcaof Jatnea tn L'ofptttt mrirmtiea, Jliltl "IheTCnlttttTnt. Miin.. l. ntnl Itttti- orn hereby, hi nrnttrlatetl. 'oulcf ifnv m" net in tha treafurvjiot otherwise annmnrlatcd. i-ytthitufjr lhd inrpo)e rf tnofurrehl and ciintlngrnl expen- mw.ves orthe Indjn.lepmment,and fulfil'.iuj treaty stipulations avsiakk iin inevariouajnuiaiitritoi, -t ff-Bf vF-ir toe enrreal'itDd-mtlnccnt expenses of the ludlande ti.tiuittmelit.r1r. Fur ma pay of wiwrlotcndeqH of Indian affair?, perat-U , "i ui tttiueijf ninu Dimurca aoa nny.iweniy-tevciitn r cit raary, c...

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. — 13 August 1854

3 V I . 1 if I KASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA HAIL ROAD. DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. Express Mail Train leaves daily for Chattanooga at 6 o' clockA.M. , ,, iii-o Accommodation Train leaves daily for bluslbyvilleat o'clock 1. M. ait en Through Tickets to Charleston. S. C , ii? Xn Savannah. Go, - Wilmington, .0. s ,K! TV h- had at the Railroad and General Stage Othce under jSSJilf Supt. Transportation. SOUTHERN ROUTE. TUB following Classification and rates of Transportation bare been established by the Roads connecting' Charleston and Savannah with Nashville: FIRST CLASS. Books and Stationery, Boots, Shoes and Hals, Bottled Liquors and Oil. CampKine and Spirits Turpentine, in casks and barrels, Carpeting. China, Glass and Claw Ware, Cigars in cases. Clocks. Confectionery, Cutlery, in boxes and cases. Dry Goods, in boxes and bales. , Drugs, Kruit Tree and Shrubbery, Furs, Garden beeds. Looking Glasses and looking Glass Hates, "at owners risk" o'vstcrs. in cans and jars, Saddlery, Tin War...

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. — 15 August 1854

jfASHYILLE; UNION.- MNP - AME R I CM: f VOL. iCXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1854. NO. 35G C &mS,A2s V AA1BRICAN. -AtmM, JEADEKICK STREET fj-i ttuALl L'MVA AD AMFRICAN' UfarruRhed t3 ' unV-warntn dlw&ia,CTbg'rata;:-3IcgTa copieaosB rwi is rfercj. within tbo yir$S 09; at the end b ye.r c-4 JX Clubs Of five and cowards 12 (a I' , !.- otto year. Chibs cf r-obfribcra will bs re 's Par t!: ts-jntbn it the fercolrg raisa. T fl.-rt??tlV is psbKsbod every THesisy "hursdsy i -..uircaj, ct $5 per e-nama in advance; if tu la .n -ivcce, f. Tbs I AiLYt's r.afc&-.d at Eight LV3srr. b-?ttk su.W t vu case to accompany S-rfttiW cf iSktbstrMlcM ni be uad by Etu 1 cmr cay, j " pper rill to ic: s cJ IS t?:stennlss9 lh order U aa- 1 -otUtaKued with tan ouS . lt ! FOX & POLIIE3IUS, Sriei xet, Cor-sr Bcsvr. Jiew-iork, GfeftrSd the JjHo'-S kwj. 0,' faJw.: TvT Jf i JL V!fO CarrOtf SAtr, DO"0K 22 inch, all J.X ur.Nfi. tnriiaicf.; Uso 11 the various widths cf Cin:jufKiresln tUsesV.b...

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. — 15 August 1854

latlglmnu American. .i.uxuiras, x-o. tuTUAM, o.aTOaBtrr, w. c cchchcu, ! JOHN L. MAULING & CO. EDITORS AND FBOFRtSTOKS. V TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, THE RESULT IN NORTH CAROLINA. We "hive at length intciligibla news from North Carolina, in the following despatch from Rileigli: EiLncu, Aug. 11. All the counties in iNorth Carolina are heard from except McDowell and Buncombe. Uragg makes a clear again of 1,800 in Cherokee, Cald well, Hey wood, Hyde, Henderson, Jackson, Macon, Kuiherford, Richmond, and Davie. The Senate will be 30 Democrats and 20 Whig?; House C3 Democrats and 57 Whigs. Bragg'a majority is not less than 2,000. This is better than we expected, and North Caro lina may at length be set down as a reliable dem ocrats State. The fact that the Legislature now chosen will elect twoJJnited States Senators gives additional importance to the democratic triumph. The reporters of news by telegraph have distin guished themselves for the last week in their state ments of the Nort...

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. — 15 August 1854

NASHVILLE: Tuesday mokmno, august is, i854. RAILROAD ACCIDENT. j The passenger cars ran off the track on the . CtiatUnoogVrailroad, on the down trip-Sunday i night, about three miles from' tho Anlioch denoL ! tiie BMtdjmt3irrtd from some cows attemptins to, frasattte trac: and being run over. The cars were prccTpltRted down an. erpb&nkment of 20 or 20 ftettt'Ono ohbgentteman hail his i-ollar bone brok jjo, Imujkc nvlA? pa5dngers eHaped without eHotwinjory. - ITon. A. O. P. Nicholso.v, with w f Iris oUHrlren, ivpn among the passengers, Imt tvv are happy to lie able to state ihst they vw jgtjrjiy uninjured. STAGE ACCIDENT. , ; (Jiijaturday aveninjf at Chalk Hill, about 50 ni!?UjjCrn.touisvjlle,oti the Boardjtown route, the.' -MC - - A." Joiusviile and Nashville Stage turned over, break ing fheage very badly and Lillins one horse. Th;ipas3eiigers were generally bruised, but none ri-iwtv,hurt. A JJCACC OF OLD OfTEXDERS PROVIDED FOR JIT CofuTjltucase ot "Vm. IUv and Ben. Houses oW 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. — 15 August 1854

J3 re BbsJl VASHVtLLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAH- ROAD. DEPARTURE OP PASSENGER TRAINS'. . Express Mail Train leaves daily for Chattanooga at 8 o' clock A M. ... , Accommodation Train le&rcs dally for hbelbynlle al o Thin,!h Tielralji In Charleston. rLE . th 60 u " " Savannah, Ga., i u i Wilmington. N. C. U 00 1U u To be bad at the Railroad and General Stage OHice under the Verandah UotcT, and at tho Ticket Ollice. Passenger Depot. U- K AN DERSON, jalv -if 6npt. Transportation. SOUTHERN ROUTE. THE following Classification and me ofTransportalinn have been established by the Roads connecting Cnarlimoa and Savannah with Nashville: FIIIST CLASS. . , - Boots end Stationery, Boots, Shoe and Hat-, Bottled liquor and Oils. " , .,,t, iomphiaaand Spirits Turpentine, in casks and barren, C Ohinafolass and Glass Ware, Cigars in . Clocks. Confectionery. Cutlery, in boxes and cases, Dry tMa-' in boxes and biles. n. VoMa Drug., Fruit Trees and Sbrobbery, Otrden fceedfc losing Glasses and Looking GU P...

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