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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 August 1854

&.:; MON AM ERIC AN. ,1 , fi vi-S i ft t " - ' . -. .iM.uBu.U : - ' iiMMlllllllllH IIBWTTIT1 II IITTTI I mrTnT m ri M MMmtmmwrnesmsmatmrnmnmaarmammaMamsxm .t .nT.TT.iri 1 iiiiuwbm ". - - - -" 3gET"V" -7-" -:T-i-?.- . -rrrrv 1 : BiiTTi 1 1 ' 11 i T'i ' hi...., 1 1 n if IIWMMMWnl'l I niwiMMiliililliimT.miiMnWMW , , iT&tofe AfND American. ! .TFFlBaSo. U, -HAEltaCli .STREET. 'I iilS.Ali!;ti; UNION ANDAUER1CANU furnished intfOb'critKrjrt-Jb'Uowingrrateit; Single comestpr&.' 1 faria advance, f 2 rj sAithinrAecyear-SapOaMheend J u iflayar ft ulobs yJi nve and upwards tz ou Ta-ffotMiG&'Tear. dnbs of 'subscribers will be re- -eiVEUirai:riuKKSRiiixfm rnregomg rai?a. T ,6 TRl-WBtSXY is publis&ed every Tuesday '"hursdfy- and Snsrdty, tt f 5 pr annam-in advance; if iM-.paia a !7iissiiiyiapnWi!i?dntiirlitl)ollir8. ; I USTTHE M0N5V J L CASKS TO ACCOMFANV t PsmittJiltsinfTObscriplioas mar U-UfcJ by mall at our , ril?.-' '-.i t-arwc wilt be. neat Cat of the Stat unleas (he order....

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. — 22 August 1854

lailgiCminti-inptaii. 1 i j. u KAitrxa, x. c. EAjiMiK, a.c-TOKatrr(K.c.c,caoca. JOHN I.. MAKLIKG & CO., , - EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. " ' TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1834. TUB MAILS. The. derangement in the mails ia wirxing a very seiions injury'to the newspapers of Nashville. It iibadenoughforu? to be disappointed day after day in toe receipt of our exchanges ; but this is nothing to the vexation it pxpfrience in hearing dsy after day, of the tmn-receptiort of our" paper bv our subscribers. The nre-ent arrangement of the Tennessee routes was evidently made by a vrosl y incompetent clerk in the Tost Office De partment at Washington, as, in many cases, the connexions are broken, and the mails are thus de layed. Some of the contractors, also, are grossly remiss in tha nerform Mice of their duties. The fol lowing is a sample of the complaints we are daily recfevfn. VTp mibiislr it. in the hope, that it will rs.1l tf, attention of the Department to our suffer ing 2nd nromni Mime deci...

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. — 22 August 1854

JST A S H-T I yL TCESDAV MORNING, AUGUST 22, 85 J3FWe are authoried to nnnoirac o ISctxU.tDKR- vroKi, t.rq.,es a candidate ibr Mayor of Naihville jt the tnnitB.e!ectIo. ' xJ " . 1 . s.ere aicorirtl to announce 4lie uaineof -Mosas 4. m a candidate lor Mayor at tfl- coming election. ( Busine3s j. linj, np, and we anticipate 'an CHA3IBER 0? C0iiiIBR'GEiND'"MeRCIU.VrS. ' rir conrniencetnent of the all trade. - .--' . - EXCHANGE t , U.Tbf, Money market rontinues tiKbtk and there little The rcha, apt-business men of tfashvilfe !.-Jdii" "TP'tatTKi ?tep-njad78ac8in. the establishment 1 oFthis institution, and by the ,?pfri which they harc generally manifested in coming forwardand IWgin&,,th9qMlre5 to an earnest ' support "of.it havrBifenaraaratekthat they intend to makeft . m"' ' ' : ' . ' J ."S .Hsriu-.ueut,. xue.jjecs-suy w aucn an organization f has long-tteen teit By. the business cornmanity, attd i the many evils aadiinconveriiencas which it is cal culated torwrreet hare borne heav...

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. — 22 August 1854

NASHY1XLE AND CHATTANOOGA "RAIlr XOAU. . JJEPARTURE OP PASSENGER TRAINS. Express Mall Train J eaves daily for.Chitttnooga at o'-clootrAM.- ' Accdamoaatioa Tram leaves daily for Sbelbyville .t S o'clock P." M: ' Throagh.Tickets to Charleston, S. C . 15 60 " . ' " Savannah, Ga.. 15 00 t, " Wilmington, N, C. 1 00 TV. t. W l the Railroad and General Slacc Ollics onder iheTerandah-IiotcL and. at She Ticket Office. Passenger Depot." U.I. ANDERSON, julyt-T HupU Transportation. SOUTHERN KOUTE. a"HE following Classification and rates of Transportation bare been established by the Roads connecting Charleston and Savannah with Nashville: FIRST CLASS. Books and Stationery, Roots, Shoes and Hate, lloltled Liquor and Oils. " camphine and Spirits Turpentine, in easts and barrels, Carpeting. . China, Glass and Glass Ware,Cfgara in cases. Clocu. Conrectionery. Cutlery, in boxes and cases, wry Goon-, in boxes and boles. , .Drugs,.Frnit Trees and .Shrubbery, Furs, Garden beeos. Looking Glasses and Loo...

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. — 23 August 1854

4- HVILLE VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1854 NO. 353. B N ON AMERICAN, r TlI3Tnj St1 V ONTON AND AMERICAN. J v.rFTul5-. ti. eaderick yiKKET. jut. WKh A' UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished tit subscribera at the following rutes: Single copies, one tenriaivdrance. 2 50; within theycax$S TO; attheeud ' -f lb; jew H Ia. Cixbh Of five anil upwards 2 00 copy L one year. Oabs of subscribers will be re Scivsd. lor six months at the foregoing rates. I ,T .8 TEl-WEEKLY U published every Tuesday rhnrsJcy j tu-1 Satarrtsr, at J5 per annum in advance; if in., pala a ' sdranra, SfSL TLa lAU.YimibVi3h8datniKhtDolIar8. J trTI!E MONEY I 4.LL CASES TO ACCOMTAXi i etto cf subscriptions ma? be wade by wall a' our , r-tfc. . . i r&pfr will l.a se nt wit of tbe State unlea3 the order la ac- i . nornpaie.l with the cash. i ENGLISH CATTJbE. T0 Agricultural Societies and other? requiring the best L Erd Cattle from England, embracing .BrJooD horses, short-horded cattle, "fth'Dercns. Heref...

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

"'vJ.t. JCXELK8, CCEASTKAX, Q.C TOKBKTT, H.C.C. CBUHCa. - JOHN X. MARLING & CO., """. - EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. '-'WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUG. S3, ISsZ THE BANKS. - . We believe the bank WRr is pretty ranch over. The- following extracts from bur exchanges are a sample of the manner in which the subject is treated by the country press: ' The Old Banks vs. the New Banks. "We would call attention to the article below from the Nash viUe.waf It is a subject of deep importance to the people of the whole State. The old Hanks of ' Tennessee have held the reins of power long .. "enough, and it is time their attempts at monopoly Y "' should cease. The people of the country are tired ., of their method of doing business are disgusted with their long-continued "hide and seek" policy their issuing notes in one section of the State pajT V' able in another and remote section, and are divert- . ing their business into channels where business is vs ; dono upon more sound and liberal principles. In ...

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

I. I? V IBP St ?N A SHVILLE; - WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUG. 23, 1651. - TS7 We are "authorized to announce Ecacxi Ukbkr woop, Ef q., c a candidate for Mayor of Nashnlle at tho 'en'ning election. jy- are authorized to announce the name of Mosis Sisoirrox r a candidate for Mayor at tho coming election. THE MARSHAL (ALA.) COUNTY EAGLE. Mr, J. E. Pcteles, Editor of the Marshall Conn- itri) Jei " at Pre?ent in ellr city, where he j a jAMl'WiiiUi luf a leu uatt. inuring nis stay, -ill. vrMcaHnponour merchants, and offer them his column? &s an advertising medium. Ths "Eigle" i circukitPS largely in a region of country that is al ready trading largely with Nashville. This trade c&n oe greatly increa?ed by a liberal and judicious ' ' "jjtem of advertising- on the part of our merchants. iWetakeple&sare in commending Mr. Peebles and hit journal to their attention, ?&r We had the pleasure of a call from Mr. ijCoersFt, of the Chattanooga Advertiser, on Mon - day. Mr. CoorER has bnt re...

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. — 23 August 1854

. JfASHVLLLE AND CHATTANOOGA KAIL ' ' ROAD. DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. Express Mail Train leaves daily for Chattanooga atf o' clock A. M. " ' . Accommodation Train lea res daily Sot Shelby ville it 3 o'clock P.M. - Through Tickets to Charleston, S. C , 1B 0 " Savannah, Ga f 15 00 " " Wilmington, N. C. 19 00 To be had at the Railroad and General Slace Oiiice r-nder the Verandah Hotel, and at the Ticket Office. Passenger Depot. II. I. ANDERSON, July tf Sttpt.TransporfatioD. SOUTHERN ROUTE. rpHE following Classification and rates of Transportation X have been established by the Roads connecting Charleston and Savannah -with Nashville: FIRST CLASS. Booki andStau'onen, Hoots, Shoes and Uat, Bottled Liquors and Oils. " lamphine and Spirits Turjicntinc, in catto and barrels. Carpeting. . , . (Jbina, UMss and UIas Ware, i;igars in caccr, , ; j Confectionery, Cutlery, in boies and cases, Dry Uooos, in boxes and bales. a. Urn, Fruit Trees -mi lWtoJ f 0S Looking Glasses and Looking Glass I...

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. — 24 August 1854

NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICl VOL, XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1851 NO- 364 - UNION AND AjfERTCAN. ti'i'iuK-fm. it, ueadericu. street." I ni'- WKEEXY LW'lON AND AMERICAN--! furnished 1-3 subscribers;: She flowing rate3: Single copies, o& rear is advance. JZ '0; w-.Ur.n tns year?5 tx at l he era . f the yieir ft ca Cirrj Of lira and npwards f2 00 , t cepy for ma tost. Cfcfcs rT snbscribsrs will here- ' r Aired rsnnnnths at the foregoing rates, i . TEl-WECKI Y is pblishd entry Tuesday hursd;y ir,l!jaterd.-.T,r,tf5jirTnia;ainRliriKlcp.;f nt aja a j IrFncr. f J. , ie OAJI YisysWiArf alright Dollar.. t-ifTST SIONFY r vi.I, CASES TO ACCOMXAN. 7ipt.uis raas tt uua by man .1 onr , r;sr. reps r wiii 1,? sunt snt of tba Stat a nalfs ths order U ac "inpaai.! wilfc the car b. IVL-fSH CATTIiE. Mfi() Agn?cttsr6!j5".st!Mr.nd olbers requiring the best X Brd CiUi- frr.rr. 1 inland, embracing i -iiooi borsfm. vhoi;t-iiort.d cattle, j.itb Dfvcr.-. Hr-fiH, Ayr-hire and Alderny COWS. .'...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 24 August 1854

Si S$2mait American. . L. XIRLLfQ, I. a.IUIMAS, C.C. T0K3ITT, tf.CC CHOHIB JOHN L. -M All I. IN Iti CO., EDITORS AND rUOPRlETORS. THURSDAY MORNING, A I ICS. 2, IS54. KNOW SOTHINQlSil-MECTlXO AT LOUISVILLE. After the overwhelming defeat of the whig party in 1854, good political judges predicted that the elements -which made up mar. party wonm neyer again appear on the politic! field as a distinct poli tical organization. The next effort toripfeat the national democratic party will be made by sectional factions and secret organization?. The anti-slavery element in the north will combine with the "know nothing" organization throughout the country m a war upon the democratic party. B Jth these or ganizations are calculated, by appeal? to sectional and religious prejudice, to mislead honest and un ' selecting democrat?, and the'whigs hope, through the prejudices, to divert enough of this class from their party to give to "old fashioned whig princi ples" a triumnh. Whiggery north is now a...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 24 August 1854

1151 St v N AS HYILLE: THURSDAY SIORXINfi, AVCI'ST 21, 1834. THK THEATRE. Mr. OcrrJir ha- Imil the Uieatre entirely renova ted, plastered, wirl painted, preparatory to tlie open ing of the fall nnrl vrinter Ffaon, cn the 4th Sep tember. Th? improvements have been very great, j and sppprpnt ililapMation ha given place to neal cc?3 sad .niik " The patrons of the house will be f-retificd fit thf to improvement0. Vc under-tsn 1 that Mr. Gr-.trsr. has re-engaged .est of tbe fa verities of the lat reason. Himself vsA his ife are alvvayi the firt favorites of a Nash T.'ii? Riilienr-s, and are not excelled by any actors in tha cuiatry in thrir line. Kate Reiokoip", Gsinccn, TlvTitrn, and other; of the former com- are members of the new cne. "Old Job Cor, ni'" 05"'p of the finest comedian on the stage, a pcrrn&ratly engaged, whiV '-the leading bnsi-r-?H- rrll 1 .a the tends of Mr. E: T.. Trt-TON, late of tije-Tr-UMvilfc theatre, and an admirable actor. Other Daw?, well kn.-.wn to the pro...

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. — 24 August 1854

SOUTHERN ROUTE. r"pHE following Classification and rales ol Transportation X have been established bj- the Reads connecting Charleston and Savtnnah with Nashville. FIRST CLASS. Boots and Stationery, IS..ots, Shoes and Hats, Bottled Liquors and Oils. tamphine and Spirits Turpcutine, in casls und barrcD, Carpetinjj. China, Glass and Gl&su Ware, Cigars in cases. Clocks. Confectionery, Cutlery, in boxes acd cams', Dry Goods, in boxes and bales. Dross, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery, Fur, Garden Seels. Looting Glasses and Looking Glass Plates, "at owners risk." Oyt.te.rs. in cans and jars, Ssddlerr, Tin Ware, Teas and Spices, per 100 lbs.- 1 1 'JO SECOND CLASS, Hardware, "except Cutlery,' Heavy Caistiiijs and Ma chinery. Foreign Liquors, in barrels or pipes, Cordajre, Tobacco, in boxes, Carriage Springs and Axles, Leather, in rolls tnd boxes. Oils, in barrels or casks. Crockery and Qucens svre, in cratss and casks, like, Zinc, Whiting, Plaster of Parii, Ac. per 100 lbs. 1 ou SPECIAL KATES...

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

"1 1 i: UNION AND AMERICAN. .S)I',Trt fill! - TQL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1854 NASHVILLE NO. 364 tfi- Ii. 4 . 1 ii' If" ft ' 4 -UNT0IST AND AMERICAN. --yritJE-.o. ii, deaderick. street., '. I.Mh WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is tarnished ;--ic s'ubVeribew'at Ihe'following rates: Single copies, one - - j eirla sir tee ft 50; wilhin the year f 8 00; at tlie end r.f Ifae year H 00. ' Cures Of lire and upwards $2 00 P&r copy far one year. Clubs itf subscribers will be re st ived for six months at the foregoing rat, -7 .3 TF.I-WEEKLY is published ertry Tuesday "hured.y d Satardar, at fitier annum In sirance; if hi. paia a iiT:r. H Ice DAILY is published at i.iiht Dollars. tsJTTHE MOSEY I ILL CASES TO ACCOMPANY t frattancei r.f sstosripttot cripttons mai b; uada by mail at our ris. s fipzr Triil M'ssnt set cf the State oniesi the order U ac ro3iraS83 with the cash. . rpO Agrizaltaral Societies and. otbeii requiring the best X creed Cattle from England, embracing j FINE 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. — 25 August 1854

. u,.TKO I.O.IUIUK. 0. C, TOEBXTT. K. C. C. CUCHCB JOHN L. MAULING Ar C 3. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1854' TIIK LATE ELECTION' POSITION OF TUK VI11G - PA"RTY7 It will attract the notice of politicians that North Carolica, usually ft whig Slate, has given a decided democratic majority in the Kf e election, while Iowa, usually a democratic Stnte, Iirs given a! decided whig majority. The cause of this result is as obvi ous as the result itself. The slavery question pro duced it. The whig party in the free States is coa lescing with the abolition paity, "d ,he two perries combined are able to overpower the dem ijcraOc party in several of the lree States. But this rmmhination in the north unites the south : ..,..:: .v, Anmnnr! nartr: and the con-; h tW everv southern Slate wall v.. .;-a kt the democrats in he elections of the next few years. In this union h sonth vgl r. hr ltion: for wlien sne present ..u.. front the conservative element in the north will be .-t...

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

NASHVILLE: fc.ifc.iK.;' " FHIRDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1854.;, W"" - W INSURANCE COMPANY. ' ... An advertisement in another column announces the organization 'of the Nashville Life and Geaerall " :v "Insnrasbe Company. Several of the' officers' are ti&c vvjll kcQTm rs old citizens of this community and thcrocgh busier S3 ;nen, of large capital. Those of them trho have lately become citizen1? In bnr midst, hare the reputation of being -well versed in busi mk and men of means. We sep that the charter .ftrwhielitthej-are acting, .tvbs granted by our j t.I-egiskture-capital Ftorfc 500,000. The privi- J 'Pes conferred br this charter are many and libe: ral. In addition to trie Life and General Insurance '; estare, c: receiving deposits of money, plate, r -je"015L or" other rakabla thing; of purchasing, hctding, and conveying all kinds of esiatet of loan-. "Ingitheir mean'? on any public stocks of tneorpo- rete companies of the State or the United State? or to i a Test tie same-in any ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 25 August 1854

I- ' ' if If!1 : i 4-, . t i to h : I" BOOTS, SHOES, &C. j i JA1II3 TT. HAMILTON HAMILTON At FULLER, IENHESSEE BOOT AND SHOE HANUFACTOEY. Corner of Market oiid Spring su., NASHVILLE, TENN. -VXTE bare in store, and are daily manufacturing m. V V Trork or the louowine uus, iivm iua material, tho workmenship of which vre warrant. MEN'S superfine Calf Boot sewed and pegged, " and boys' fine " Sho, " ' n m Kin Boots, dsuble frost and aeiej single " " " Thick Hoots, double ssle; . NEGRO BROGANS, double soled; Women's Plantation Slots; I House Servants' Shoes; , - . ! Vi ths' and children a ccarse and lose shoe j ALSO LADIES' Calf Boots, sewed and pegged; " Morocco " " ' .4 jad " " " " " Lasting Gaiters; Alo,opoacralaS3ortmentorStcci; ' All of which we sell nearly as cheap as the Eastern article con can now be bought, end cf & superior qualitv. HAMILTON & F ULEER. N. B. wehave enured the services of an experienced Foreman, and are now prepared to make ail kinds of work to order...

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

V NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICAN. roL. xxv. NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1854 NO. 365 s 11. . "UNION AND AMERICAN. j.".tfKKit:i ii. headehick street. ; -t.n lFkKK1I.Y TlXlO.XA.Vl) AMEiflCANTslurnished Ut Viibsarlbar at the'following rates: Single copies, one ,far in sdvAu.e. 2 50; within the year 3 00; at the end .-f iii tst" H 00. lmi -Of Are "and upwards 2 00 ""fr 5y ft rasTW. Clubs of subscribers will be re- - - "-i"rd tor iii months at the foregoing .rates. T , TRl WEEKLY is published every Tuesday ''hursdty ,n I VrSr.lsy, at I 5 per annum in advance; if m.. paia a -dvk&.-, ul ir.e DULY is nabhslird id Tight Doll. tsf TH). MONEY I YLI. CASES TO ACCOMPANY subscription. t f uiluo.vj .,f sub5cript.ous ma U uade by mail A oar .-i0r, psr.fr will be sent ant et th State unless the order U ac : enipanirj with the cash. rpO ffr;.-.ittifrjlSo.'ieiesand others requiring the best I f!ref1 Cattle frora Lnzlsnd. embracing M.tt:i!l.uni HORSES, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, Kilt, D.rr.nT, Hr...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 26 August 1854

iatgWi $ American. UMIRL150, .Q.il3TVVKjr-. CTORBin, U. C tHrij. JOHN M ARM N 0 Ar Co . SATURDAY "HORNING, AU(iVST 0, l"4. 7 INTCJJC-ENCS OF MECHANICS. J Soas jnynioua correspondent Las taken the j trouble to enclose to us an extract cut from the ''Zalddcxopc," a piper paolished at Columbia in thisState, giving wh a tpnrports to be a correspond--enca between a justice of the peace and a consta ble of Miury county. The effort 13 made to ridi t.u!o a recent correspondence between Gov. Joiik so and Judge PpR, and the editors of tho pa per in question have, in their own opinions, made this ridicule as severe as possible by selecting a justice of tho peace and a constable as the authors of this imaginary correspondence. The spelling is that awkward sort vrhich the most ignorant arc opposed loose and a there does not seem to be any particnlar point in the attempted wit, tne ridicule hits the justices of the pea and the con stables of Maury county only. Officer, or 1 us erade have, we Lr. ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 26 August 1854

to ' iwkum iihiiij.i, j hi n i .mil, ii j i.j iu "im iiji iiiiu ii . .''M',-'"'1'' ''"l'"1'l"l,"rsirsi.j gagair m .iiiiiaiTrTiaiBraBni fflMWWirTOtfTiirTiirimiiiriimrrTTBi rnn i in t hm on i k n , r -"ii i i ISzH BY AUTHORITY. I AW- OF THE UNITED STATES, rubiic, so.:ij A ;iT.'?'iVn; PPropnattons Tor the civil aod diplomatic "Pons.uors.iremmentrorthe year endlnp; Ihethirtltth . - 22 h- n" oaB l"3nd eight hundred and fltix -live, and for 4hir purposes. :tT?n.,:ttfi,,r Senate and House of Reprcs-ntatives ctlKe l oitfd fltalaj of America In Congress assembled. Tint louowlBfosmi be, snd the siroe are hereby, apprnpiia WJSl, cuter ciyraaneyln tbe treasury not ntherslse appro-'"S-'tf. ,rr:lic obi'ctbfreaflrerprese.l, for the fiscal year eadlns the Itinlru, of j'sae,onelhoaand eight hundred and .lty-.;re, ccraeiy . LFGIFIATIVE. 'or crrafsc.-ssatlcs end raileare of senators, one hundred' tad si thousand eight hundred and sixty-two dollar and ditty rent?; tRrcapeilaaBsd mileage f inerabffi of ...

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. — 26 August 1854

BOOTS, SHOES, &C. j JIUUW. HAHltTON tUlN iULLtf. HAMILTON Se FULLER, ' . ,.., ! IEK2TESSEE BOOT AND SHOE MAKTJFACTOaY, ) Corner of Market nnd Spring p-t. NASHVILLE. TENN. tt TXTE bTe in tore, and ere daily rnsniifacturina VXTE tare in tore, and ere daily rnaniitaciunna amj V V work of the fallowicr kinds, from the lftfH rcoteilal, lbs workmanship of which we warrant; 0e MEN'S superfine Calf Boots, sewed and passed; " andboTs'Sae " Sbois, " " - - " Eip Boots, double front acd sol:; . .. " single " " " . Thick Boots, double ssle; NEGRO BROGANS, double ailed; "Women's Plantation Slots; Hocus Servants Shoes; Youths' and children's coarse end fine shoe: LADIES' Calf Boots, sewed and pejed; " Morocco " " " " Kid " " " " " Lasting Gaiters; Also, a. general assortment of Stock; . All of which we sell nearly as cheap as the Eastern article can can now be bought, and of a superior quality. HAMILTON A FULLER. . N. D. We have engaged the services of ,?.,x.n,e"rS Foreman, and are now frepare...

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