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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 16 August 1854

" rr- .-aaastatez .s- -..... .. r ... -223ES3BCT;Jit;. KJtASiWttiION AND . a AWE R 'NASHJ'ILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 185 W. 357. m i i" 1 1 1 - - - . 1 AND AMERICAN. f ' r -r. s j - - - - 1 tlFFICK-N'o. 1 ltjDEADKKaClt. Aixr.xv. . .ear insdranre. t" 5. within the yearfs oo; ai meenn -m -i J i&V ' one ffsr. Clibsof sii5criteri wilt.bere- "?1T.W sit mown at the foregoing rates. T eTKl Wi EKI.Y (s-rrablished every Tuesday rhnrsdsy s.ti,nt .r i tHiwinnmn iif advance: it nu-wia a jwWId si Eight' ?TJIE MONEY 1 U,L OA! "ht'Hollara. o . innurivt iwBWHtyjWMitl puWnption mar b Made by mail .1 onr . . n-ill )a.S4nt m.t of Iht State unlesa the order U me. .mi!.i,vl wuhlhecaah. Vl : 1PV A iOLUE3IUS, . ;.W J-riiad Street. Corner Beaver, Hew-York, Ofrnar Ci foZoin 4 .tleavjt Coitoit Fabrics; i nmtr. iurd -nJ ; alsoalt the various .widths, of toBrfurainat-urea at uVus e.Wbri3iuent cotnprisinj'er vi v variety kno.vu to the tra.U, and o9ered at the lowtst CHfTED ETATE3 PILOT DDCS W'oodberr...

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. — 16 August 1854

is..-- T -J". gailgmmi American- J. U XASUXB, I.O. IASTXAX, O. C. TO KB ITT, H.C.C. CBDKCB. JOHN Li. JIAIIL1NC & CO. , EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. WEDNESDAY SOKNLTC, AUG. 10, 1854. NORTH CAROLINA. A despatch dated IUIcigb. the lltb, says that the majority for Hon. Thomas Biuoo(dem.) for Gover nor is 2500, and that the democrats have a majority on joint ballot in the Legislature of 10. Avery handsome triumph for the democracy of North Carolina. Pierce's majority in the State was 68C. THE LATE SESSION OH" CONGRESS AND THE AD MINISTRATION. Wh'le no Administration has everbeen subjected to more unsparing abuse than that of Gen Pierce, and while its supposed weakness has been the con stant theme of whig and disaffected democratic dis course, wo doubt if any administration has ever been more successful in securing the adoption of its leading recommendations than the present. The grumblings of the disappointed area poor test of the strength of an administration; and we are satis fied 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. — 16 August 1854

6 s. t -if NASHVILLE: WEDNESDAY MORXINC, AUK. 18, 1854 -A ST" The Chamber of Commerce met je?tenlaj at the ti'tial jjlaeevTlie committee on the Tariff i.U 8h8rga made their rejwrtan.lafter considera blebutin, or, tne variousviUwas recommit- t sjiiiiiT(JUIKM "'J-'Hr ',"""7 'VSj gentlemen- V. II. Gordon, :Pniu.r?, -MoRii, ITr McCncA,S,K. TT lijo-wgrth, II. B. Monmsr a-uLNBHaoNvfTntpt.s.0. -Harkm and R. 7 . . , in' TiaJC'jk vn. arunriion- "T"" l meeting, -'t he Lhamber4nen atljournea unlit this, evfrura at 3 nViocK IJiijJjrjJl will be Fiippliedwith coal this winter bythe Sjgratjee Coal Company. . , I, bavejust iearuea front' Fp.an'k IIcGee, the Corrafttor.'that lie had already finished two-thirds of the load, ami hatha would .complete the grading 'before the iiret of November, He also stated in taoM&ys iie would commence laying down the iron. h tertian of which1 '"had already 'been received at the Tunnel and.alt of which had reached Chatfa irooga.' Th'e-Sewanee Coal Company will th...

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. — 16 August 1854

J NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAI1 V ROAD. 1, DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. Express Mail Train leaves daily for Chattanooga, at 6 " - C' Accommodation Train leaves daily for Shclbyville .M o'clock P H. r no Through Tickets to Charleston, S. C , W' a Savannah, Ga., " ii "Wilmington, N.C. fW J To 1k had at the Railroad end General Slaje Oilice under tie Ver andah Holland at the Ticket Ottc Pasr jJly4tf Supt. Transpiration SOUTHERN ROUTE. rrtHE fol.oiog Classification and rates of Transportation JL have been established by the Roads connecting Charleston and Savannah with Nashville: FIHST CLASS. Boots and Stationerv, Boots, Shoes and Hat, Uottieo 'TrpidSpiriU Turpentine, in cask, and barrels. Cntnalass and Glass Ware. Cigar, ConfecUonery. Cutlery, in boxes and case?, i"7 In boxes and bales. . v- Fur Garden Seeds. Drugs, Fruit Trees and rubbery, r owne Ixw&ng Glasses and Looking Glass J Jatc . r'6t" , a !i ai3d!erv. Tin Warr, Teas and Oysters, in cans and jars, Sauuierj, Spices, per ...

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. — 17 August 1854

IIVII.I.i: UNION MAER NASHVILLE, TENN: THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1854 VOL. XXV. AND NO. 358, ' us l t IS , J '1 : 4 1 US :1 j UNION AND AMERIGAJST. T7,t TvVVlCV. No. 11, DEADERICK STREET. -THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished t:ombscr.tiers at tha following rates: Single copies, one ' ' fVar fit advance. 2 50; within the year8 00; at the'end ,f the year $1 00. Cicus Of lire and upwards J2 00 j wtv4tar3iimonUis at the foregoing rates, 'f Vo TItt-WEEKLY ia published every Tuesday rhursdy ant! Saturday, at J5 per annum in advance; if nut paia .a iiiita': :.v - i , i tv v. n,i'ln . iTTnr money i ll cases to accomtam ntmonnTnurnw L Kttanrss .f suVpUons mav ba wade by mad at our ' --4rLr wili be Bent out of the State unless the order U ac -rump.raifii wmme cu". ifiiX & POLHEMUS, m AtrABt. Garner Beaver. New-York. - YWkr far Sale tie following Heavy Cotton Fahricr. ' '.CVr?vP:nLANn COTTON SAIL DUCK 22 inch, all 4 narabprs. hardandsofljalsoallthe.varioua widths of 1 swims manufactured ...

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. — 17 August 1854

FJ3 Aft " ' . - - V . L. HAEUXO, E. Q. tASTMAJT, O. C T02BITT, X. C. & CUDECa JOHN L. MARLING &. CO. EDITORS AND -PROPRIETORS. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST. 17, 1854. . DISTINGUISHED VISITORS. "Hon.'W'. Babksdale, of Columbus, Miss., and E. Babksdaee, Esq., of JacksoD, Miss., arrived in this city on Tuesday and will leave this morning. The first of these gentlemen is the Eepresentalive in Congros3 from the State of Mississippi at large, - and the other b the able and accomplished editor of the Slississippian. They are natives of this State of -Rutherford county, we believe; and they ore among the most promising young men who have of late yeara emigrated from Tennessee, to . reflect honor upon their native State and acquire fame and fortune for themselves in the newer . portions of the great valley. THE METHODIST BOOK CONCERN. Drs. Gpcnyn and McFerrin- will wait on the citi zens of Nashville during the next few days to bo - licit subscription? for the purchase of a building for t...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 17 August 1854

'MO t "i , Xi! ik- m.--N X & II Y I L LE.: 'fPiPMOilNlKU, Al'fil'STIT, 1831. S"We re anibor.M "to ennounsi"EuoK"i Ukoxb VMf "Eco.. u uauJiiUlo f,.r M.y..r of Nashville t tho JjgF rahrirjija to announce the name of" ilosn' . -. Vi . . warcaaaiflste tor Mayor at tlie coming election. t-. fEsrr "d?iMir Toarpn Orom . D: D.. will nrr-anh at-SfXTdSeodfee Church thiseieiiiW at the usual 4 T$OT2ciLlniKb Association. Ve-nre informed fctlaJffeuGiajontr of the subscribers to stock hseaIrSd'v"aid'Jrie first instalment. There are SOO'aPiSiiattons for shares beyond" the 5000 to whiakithe Aaioolation 13 limited. Thq nnnlipanta -?an2iorlivJTratblilnfr the progress of thepay tlir)ntnii fpie iKtHereis likely to be any defaulters. s ?V?S8pUce;fh8i' can' supply. HiSAiizm-of OouuERce. The meeting of the 'T;mosr"c4 uTTin:erc3 took place 'yesterday pur- ... . saaoMc sdicumnjent, with a very large attendance. " l"". ;'"i?S,.(clirg35 forbujing and selling various articles, - a'Jv3 resti and adopted TjjV...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 17 August 1854

A NASHVILLE AJD CHATTANOOGA RAIL ROAD. .DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. Express Mail Train leaves daily for Chattunooga at 8 o' dmmodalionTraiuleaTes daily for Suclbyvillc at 3 o'clock P.M. tIr (,n Through Tickets to Charleston, 3. L , io . ' Savannah, U a., S ':im;f,n N 1!. ilS 00 be had at the Railroad and" General Stage Otticc uudcr VerTdah Hotel, end at U Ticket Oflice .M"S Tol the-1 "Depot. .Supt. Transportation. jury SOUTHERN ROUTE. TUE following Clajsincation aud rates of TntaUon have beeri established by the Roads conntcun,, Charleston and Savannah with. Naibyille: ...... ""W?... Hats. Bottled Books and stationery, dwb, uuw- Liquors and Oils. : -asks and barrels, lamphine and Spiiits Turpentine, m casta ana ' Carpeung. p- ia Clocks. China, Glass and Glass Y "J'" Dry Goods, Confectionery. CutleiT. " boies ana in lioxcs trad bale. c,.i,i,,ry Furs, Garden Seeds. . Drugs, FniR Tie-. ""jg ft, folates, -at owuers Iotinir GiasHJs and Loo'D " a i.n Saddlery, Tin Ware, Teas and OyBter...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 18 August 1854

.. f NASHVILLE UNION MAE NASHVILLE, TENN: FRIDAY, AUGTJST 18, 1854 TOL. XXY. NO. 359 AND 3 !5i,IP'tgi.i',a,a,ss it '. " ONION AND AMERICAN. tH'MCK-No. 11, DEAPERICK STREET. TR. WKSKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to takscrlttB tt tho following rates: Single copies, one yecitaalTOJKv. f 2 -CO; within the year8 00; at thend lb yesr $1 00. Citris Of fire and upwards $2 00 ir cw Lx one year. Clubs of subscriber trill be re celVibi tor Ml mouths at the foregoing rotes. T (9 TKl-VYTFrtLY is published every Tuesday Thursdty twJ tsavnrday, at $ j pi annum la advance; if nut psia .a sdTCS0B,4 The OAlLY In pcblkiied at Eight Dollars. ... trtnr. money i ll cases to accomfam STHMCT.nIOS J32 , v ... n nraHtasaaaof joibjrij-tloiia raav ba wade by mail at our risk. pafrvrlU be sent out of the State unless the order is ac--oowiid with the cat.h. W Broad Street, Corner Beaver, New-York, Offer Sale tie- folhwmj Heavy Cotton Fabncr. TiV--BSatMSO COTTON SAIL DUCK-22 inch, all X numbers, iuni and wri...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 18 August 1854

--s J. L. MAKUNS, E. 0. LASIX AS, O. C T0K8ETT, I.C.C CBCRCB. JOHN L. MAULING Ar CO., EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. FUIDA.Y MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1854. " THE ACQUISITION OP CUBA. We publish the following dispatch from the New York Tribune for what it is worth. The feeling of hostility to the administration which it manifests is to be expected from that source. The ability of the present head of the State Department is universal ly recognised; and his conduct, when all the facts nre known, will be found free from mistakes or blunders : TVAsnnforos, Aug. 8, lea-L I am able to give you the following precise and reliable information touching the state of affairs at Madrid and Mr. Soules efforts for the acquisition of Cuba. oi has Under some aspects of the case nr. managed the -negotiations at ?f dTfafr L fhough che of Cuba with decided ability. Tta g the instructions of the State DP" dJlW c-ided in their ch-racter they we not e J .otomakean.mmetee ration of war. The Abb - factions and the , ho...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 18 August 1854

re s ft Pi NASHVILLE: FRIDAY MORMXG, AUGUST 16, 1834. THE INDIANA BASKS. Atcochj deal lias been said recent.lv in rtsnrd to the'Sflveccy of the Indiana State Stock Banks 1 by which is meant,' as ve understand, those which j went into operation under ilie Free Banking lawol- that Strife. I We have just been shown a private dispatch j from Ellis fc Siuhges, extensive Bankers in the city of Cincinnati, to a Banking house in this city , which fays, that ',five dollar bill?, and all calling for over that sara,.on.theso banks, are at par, except tho Rank of Hensselear and the State Stock Bank at Pent.- 47 Some mischievous person set fire to some dry rubbish underneath the Music Store of Mr. Digook3 in Cooper's New Building on yesterday. By the timply action of our firemen the flames wer extinguished without material damage be ing done to the premises. Tbero would doubtless bare been a large fire at any other time of the Jay. CnvwiF cr Schedule. TheSuperintendant of Transportation adrertis...

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. — 18 August 1854

it NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIL ROAD. DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAIN'S. Express Mail Train leaves daily for Chattanooga at 8 o - Accommodation Train leaves daily for Sbdbyville at 3 o'clock P. U. ... fift Thiough Tickets to Charleston,. C , , .. 7..- .. Savannah, Ga7 ' " " niniinctou, .C. ,.,B j U. I. ANDERSON, Depot. Supt. Transportation. juiy w sqotSern eoute. THE fot.oning Classification and rates of Transportation have been established by the Roods connecting Cnarleswn and Savannah with Nashville: FIRST CLASS. . Booka and Stationery, BooU, Shoos and Ilati, Bottled LlQuoraand Oils, . inmphmjsand Spirit Turpentine, in casks and barrels, 6Catna?tIlass and Glass Ware. Cigars In cases. Clocks. Conlecriouory, Cutlery, in boxes and cases, Dry Goods, "IE toe and Shrubbery, Fun, Garden Seeds, poking Glasses and Looking Glass Plates, -at owe era rf oVstars, in can and jirs, Saddlery, Tin Ware, Teas and 3pl-,PiU0lts.rxo,D cr Ass l Hardware, "eicept Cutlery," Heavy Castings and Ma- ClkV)rei...

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. — 19 August 1854

AMERICtS.aT VOLV, XXV. NASHVILLE, TENNi- SATUKDAY, AUGUST id, 18.51 NO. 360- .1, J 11 ASH V I L L E TJNION AND (Hi CNTN -AND AMERICAN. trrrc'J?fo.-11 deaderick street. &v aMER10AN-Is Wished 'o tsnfflSi: iKs fs'ir.wlag rates: Single copies, one. f fo sdvac--. wirbrfi Ihe year $8 00; at the end ' " tttflSWCH-Oj. t-M Of .five mid upwards 12 00 f w coop rT m Tear. Clubs tf Kiibscribnrs will be re c; '.7fd pr .- x .j ths at the foregoing ralss. T -s rai-VVKEKri 13 published every Tuesday TnuracUy r.-.. ."LUandar", t& $f tfJlpntn in nilr&nre; it' jn..p&ia a ? wAlf.Yi-rrhUtlisdilEizhtD.JJird. irT&U tV V ALL CASKS TO ACCOMFANl I' aaattgnf jjir.tny tats raav b uda by-mail at our ufcrt .-.., jirwUlfca Ml snt of. the State unless the order is ac c.xuaiiiod v.-.i: the cash. rX &-. POLHEMFS. 50iBral Street, Corner Beaver, New-York, Ofo er v 7'. ttHu:tfh.T Jfeivi Cation Fabrics: T5W-SS-J.ThC0rrOJf SAIt DUCK -22 inch, all JL uiw1. hsrd ad wxHl "Is" " various widths of Cr.sr...

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. — 19 August 1854

laHglraMimcricim. J. l KAftUKO, .O.SlSTMA,;O.CTOKBTT,.C.aCHUIlCU. JOHN Ii. MARLING & CO., ( EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1854- EXPENSES OP THE GOVERNMENT., V t The. whig papers Gnu the appropriations for the support of the Government a subject for comment . " now-a-days." The aggregate is large much larger, we believe, thau it ought to bp. But w e ,iiave no doubt that it w ill be found that the whigs generally voted lor these appropriations, and that the only, opposition to the extra vagauce came from " democrats. To make the Bum as large as possible, the whig papers add to theacUwl appropriations $10,000,000 raUed forbp therresideut to provide for possible 'negotiations with Spain for the Island of Cuba, but "not appropriated by Congress, aud the $2, r.00,000 included in lb rtver and harbor bill ve toed V the President. (See the True Wug of veMerrlay morning.) This is certainly an ingeni ous way of figu mg up a heavy total I It has the advantage, beside...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 19 August 1854

3 NASHVILLE: Saturday morning, august ia, issi. lUittio.VD .vsnMoxrr Mabket. The Philadel phia Notify Aticriean elates that notwithstanding the srcvrcjty of money, there are railroad companies in the iiioney ma7EeT m.lhaf. city purchasing capi- 1 fill At TtliTii reUl at n 1 rfl nrv If ffVirTi lAffltl. insterliannak .The 'railroad Interest throughout this coHnfrv" is iifulotibtedlv one of tlie mostimpor tartt, Imlh a? to its magnitude asTvel! as to its re- j s-ults. At the same, time, it must be borne in mind that in the "United State?, during the last four years Torkhftvotw;n' itnde rlaken, and many completed, which, would have betia muchbetterif the amount thus expended in labor and capitrl had been di3 tributedover a quarter of a century of time. We hsro snticipared results wliich have not yet arrived; infactwehare provided means of transit for the produce of iitisr tiled countries and.- untilled lands. Before the necessities of the country required it, vre hare furnished the, mea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 19 August 1854

Ir ExpreJH Mail Train Jmie daily for Chatts-ilV'S tT tb3 Verandah Hotel, nd t the "J5jlWff, y? 'i tf. Supt. Transportation. SOtjTHERN ROUTE. THE following Class' tfcatton and rates of Transportation hare been establishid by the Roads connecting ilhorlcttoa and Savannah" with Nashville: FIRST CLASS. Books nd Stationery, Knots, Shoes and flats, Bollled Liquors and Oils. lauipbinennd Spirits Turpentine, in disks and barrel.", f "ohinalGUs3 and OUir Ware, Cigars in cases. Clocks, ranttctlonerr. Cutlery, in boxes and eases lrj Goods, '''nmrtFrnHTrws and Shrubbery, Furs Oarden Seeds. l.kinj Glasses a,,d Looking Glass Plates, "at owner ' Ofsttor, in cani and jars,?addlerj, Tin YTare.Teas wd 1 SEPOMI CLASS. Usrrta-are, "except t'ntierr," Heavy CiMinrs and Ma- C"For"n Liquors, in hstreNor lpes, Cordage, Tobacco, hi mires Carnage Siriiu' and Ailes, leather, in rolls id bnics. Oils, .c buncN orcaNki, Crockery nnd Queens n2,rnTrflc3rrrdcI. lUccZinc, Whiting, Plwterof i'uisic. lwrlVtt. ' 1 00 SV...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 20 August 1854

NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICAN 3 NASHVILLE, TENN: SUNDAY, AUGUST 20, 1854 VOL. XXV. - UNION AND AMERICAN OI-'FICE-Jfo. 11, DEAPERICK STREET TIM WEfiKLY UNION AND AMERICA Is furnished .to rabscribersatthfl following rates: Single copies, one fe-.TWantdranse. 2 60; within. lhojear(8 00; tttheeud if the yrir H. CO, Ctcm Of Ave and upwards $2 00 per. copy for ens year, Clubs of subsenbera will be re- . ceireaiorBix raomna at ui taregoing raiea. T iB TRI-WEEKLY ia published every Tuesday Thnrsdpy . -and Haturdsy, at (d per annum in advance; u mi pam .u ts7" THE MONEY I U.L 0ASE3 TO ACCOMTANz .KeUttanssorsuhscnpUoiia lust ba tiada, by mail at onr 'paper will ba sent oat of the 8tata unless the order U ao- rompcniea wltn me casa. FOX & rOLUEMUS, Otf Broad Street, uorner eavt, 3T. a- AV A faOovnna Heavy Cotton Fabrics: TlTEW-i:?JOI.AND"cOTT)K SAII. UITCK 22 inch, all IN cumbers, hard and aofi; also all the various widths of .Unva manufactured at una esiaousument compnaiug ev rYvarie4y kno...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 20 August 1854

i mm Mmmt Ar American. T.l E. 0. KASZX , O.&T0KBKTT,.C.C.fKllCa; j . i ataniiso, JOHN lMABII N G EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2U,.1S54. "POSmON OF PARTIES ON THE SLAVERY QUES-ri- -- - TION.- - - - . A despatch from Boston gives a snmrnsry of the proceedings of the Whig State Convention of lias, -achusetts, held at Boston on the 16th. Frakkun Dexter, of Beverly, was appointed President. Josuh Qcikct and 23 others were appointed Vice Presidents. The President made an address; in -which he denounced the Greytown bombardment. Josiah Qontcr spoke in favor of the obligations to retnrn fugitive slaves being stricken from the coasu--maon. ins spew was received wim loud cheers. A resolution was adopted declaring the "Wiiig party of Massachusetts ever true to liberty, the constitu tion and the Union; saying that they need not abandon its organization or charge its principles declaring a devoted attachment to the Union. That it was the policy of the lathers of the republ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 20 August 1854

NASHYILLE: SUNDAY -MORNING, AUGUST 20, 1854 ECr S.ee first Pace., Elder T. Fakkixq will Dreaeh at the 3d i i i .- Eresbylerian Church (formerly the Christian Church) TO-aay, at nnlfpost 1 0 0 pleck, a. m. ana H o clocif, . ni. '"r13r- Rev. Jo?rpn Cross. D. D., of Charleston will preach at tho McKendree Church this morning .at trait past J( o clock A. Morei30.v& Co. are now receirinf' their Pall supplies of Fancy Goods. Seeadrertissment ui- v 7tz : : : iarmagfk I tie mnerem styles oi carnages lirouslltMo this msrk'et may be found at P. P. Peck G&t-yLower Market Street. New Cotton'. The firet bale of the new crop va received to-day at the warehouse of J. A. M'- A lister & Co., from the farm of Dr. J. TV. Hoo- o ITT, of Hutlierfbrd' county. EST-We refer our readers to the advertisement of-AIcr-FFRREii. He -will resume, his school in the f aseraent of the African Church on the 1st Mon ilay'in September. Mr. F. is a fine scholar, good tfacherand will doubtless receive liberal...

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. — 20 August 1854

NASinjLWBAft0UlIATTAOOU.V RAIL ". ROAD. DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. Express 1IH Train leaves daily for Chattanooga at 8 o' clock AIM. Accommodation Train leaves daily for Shclbyville at 8 o'clock P. M. Through Tickets to Charleston, 5. O , 15 00 " " Sarauuah. Ga, 15 W r- Wilmington, N.U. 19 00 Tb'be bad at 'the Railroad aod General Staje Oflice under the Verandah Hotel, and at the Ticket Oflice. Passenger - Depot. II. I. AH UKRSON, july4 tr Hupt. Transportation. SOUTHERN ROUTE. iM&r m&m tjjl rpIIE following Classification and rules ol Transportation JL have been established by the Road connecting Charleston aud Savannah withNnshville: FIRST CLASS. Books and Stationery, Boots, Shoes and Hals, Bottled Liquon and Oils. Lamphine and Spirits Turpentine, in casks and barrela. Carpeting. China, Glass and Glass Ware, Cigars in caes. Clocks. CcnlBctloncry,-Cutlery, in boxes and cases, lry Goods, in boxes and bales." Drugs, Fruit Trees aud Shrubbery, Furs. Harden heeds. Looking Gla...

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