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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 27 August 1854

-v -s" A M E R III VOL. X.O 1 , . NASTnnF, TEN-N: SUNDAY, ATOUST 27, 1851 -MSIU I L LIC I N 10 N"iv-AND NO. 36S 4! V 1 IN ION AND -AMERICAN? 'I't'lUK No. II, DEAUKIMOK STKEET. W WfKCfcv- ONION AND AMKRlCAS-rls tarnished i.'. th-Urlbe at the following n.tp,s;.SingIe copies, one jlB6drinr?. J2 '.0; iritiitnthp yearS'PO;-attoeend . f b Tt.r f i l Pinw Of fire and upwards 2 00 j.r r-w fifr'.re., .CIubofRutiiribfri will be re r.ri'lR'rvsrt5altitlhiiforegoiOgr&!es. I .cTRl-WFF-il 1" is published ernry Tuesday rhursdj tad Sii-ydsT, r.; S" per canuai in advance: if in.. rmiu a s drills. JS . 1 its O.Uti''jiIcb5i54fctEi?htD.i31aia. i-sf'inl M0N';i J .LL OASES. TO ACCOMTAN sI7B3CRIPTfO".jg3 sc3 cf sub.:Tipr.oz prions mr ta vjads by mail onr r.3t. rr-sr will fcystnt sat of vh Btats nnlera tas ordsr Is c Trith the cath. ENGLISH CATTJLE. Apenl:r.ml Societies sd others requiring-the best .L frefci i,:tif ires Lcgitta, emoracing . I IM. I UX.D IIOBStH, .SHOitT-HORNED CATTLE, C:rrj, Uafpd's, Aj...

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. — 27 August 1854

HI 4 rljr" . . . . , ii. .mi i r"iTw iiin t-' LiMMiMpwwwriwMjj - ) t . u it ajocto, t. o. utTVAX, o. a torrctt. u. o. r. c hokcm'. ' JOnH L. MARLING V IDITOR8 AND raOPEICTORB. - SVli 13 XX MORNING, AUGUST 2T, "IR347 SPIRITUALISM." stable seveml days. It relates to a snorr, arpqic ir'i rh tr. nnh whpd seir 7 a . ... . .... t . Tr-.iJ.iL i def companying it yvitn some inoug; .i i the uhjwst to rhich it relates. Bnt yre havo not been able to work onrsclvc3 np to a sufficient de gree of interest in the matter to get into a con troversy -with the spirits. "We remark that the. ar- ide to which our corrcSp indent refers rra? not risinal in the Washington Star the facts were given by that paper as items of news, conrterwa from a "spiritnal " paper. It is not for us to de-idc .7.. :.. 1 . tM predit those of Lynn, Massachusetts, or those of Nashville, Ten-nes-c Wc confess that, up to this time, we have found it impossible to credit either. If we could believe tint "a disembodied spirit" could...

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. — 27 August 1854

.SJ i 1 It- 3' ft' 1 NASH TILL OE: SUNDAY MORNING, AUG. 27, VS5. DRY GOODS TRADE. VTe have ! time la-jky only to call attention to two w r.drcrttsements -of wholesale dry goods mer- clmnl .Maw. Eakin fc Co., nre'Vell known' to Tennes- j r merchants.: JThefrs present stock is the fcrgestT aiwl mo'l oomplpfp which they hare ever opened. .Ip?ers. .Allison-, AKPEE.sox,t& Co.,-4iave taken tht nr-w ?lnr.-s on the north-west' side of the square, ere'eted tfii'Mtrnmprby .Tame Ebwik1, Esq. They are thoroughly r.nd practically familiar with the businrs, and nre displaying. aSmagniQcent stock of g.vsda. -. .. Our purpose - now merelv to call attention to the advertisements of these tiouses, reserving a, linger notice jbr an .early day. "EriLOINO ASSOCIATION. k p copy irom me unaneston Mercury .me , au- wl stateniex.ta or two building associations in U at city. in-lWbVfief that they will interest many oi r-iir reader.' to whom Fiich 'associations are new. The nnmbprW shares of each of these...

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. — 27 August 1854

. ( t: ?! If B0OTS3 SHOES, &C. J , ri'LLtLP. . HAMILTON & FULLER, i Ii3ITES5iaj aUUX ASH feiiUii AUlHUJtAUi"UHX. Corner of 'larfcet iiud Spring NASHVILLE, TENS. VV work of thy fWiowrag- : material, the workmanship i MEN'S superfine Calf Boots, sewed and pefS'd; and bora' rice Show. " ' . . - ' Kip Boots, double froct -id Koltj , ' i"S' '- -3 " " TMcV Boots, double sile; ,t Mv! , NEGRO BROOANS, double eoled; . ,, . ;t Women's. Plantation Sfcoesj .. , "Hans. Servants: is&oes; Mibs' and children's cara? SfifMJ, , iADIES' Cjf Roofs, tewed anil t?g??d; '- Morocco Kid . T.-.stiny Gaiters: Aiso. a neraf assortment of Stock; . . ..fir ' vS. Rrlr u clean as ths Eastern article s s bebeught.and of RSfelxAt. .-. .We bave engsged J?? ?lZSZl t rreinuc. f.BH trc sow iirrpa4 j SiT htpcirini; nf ii'; dor' nU P0-'!b'' ' iii'-l7 'M tljun. bio dirtch. LAIJIKS'-FI.VE WUITBSMOIA T CST RECEIVED br K.-are Chnrch- " . (llore rjd do; ,u ' " Geilers; . "; .. .. .;c . " (front-Iaosd; dii- j '. Eis...

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. — 29 August 1854

Hi wsiivii.i. IMER E f WON L) AND VOL. XXV. ITNlfrN AND AMERICAN. ul't'lCK 11, DEAllEKlCK STREET. 1 H WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is tuinisbed i.i Rnbs.Tfl9r(rBt the following rates: Single copies, one yeV in SiirtWf. 2 50; within the year 8 00; at the end . t the year J4 00, Cltbs Of fire and upwards 12 00 or' ct;y lor one -rear. Clubs or subscribers will be re v1r3dSr.rsiiTir.mF1i! at the foregoing mien. i .. TBI-WEEKLY" is published every Tuesday 'hursdi-y ii1 Stui,fi.y, st pVrannara in tdVinre; it ni, paia o si7Zaee-F i te OA II V Is published at Eight Dollars. t-zrmt money i ui cases to accomtani M.uitUn-es . f eatsrnpnoiis mat b uade bymail ,u our psr.fr trill Uf 5J5t sat of tte 8UU unless the order le sc ' jrnpi.,ad. with the cash. ENMISH CATTLE. fpj Agrisnltrircljsofetift. and others requiring the best 1 Breed Oattle f-om I ngland, embracing I iKE BLOOD HOKSt3, SHUUT-llUi;: r.W UA riLE, rTWh fi'TOitt. Herrlis-d's, Ayrshire and Alderny COWS. ..ISO. -i"t- Seated, wn, Colswold's ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 29 August 1854

- . I H mmm I. MAR1.INO, K.O. IMSTUAN, Q. C. TOUBITT, U. C. C. I'HCKiR. JU1IN L. -M AltlilKfi A- O l ' EDITOR? AND PROPRIETORS. ! TUESDAY MORNINU, AUG. 29,H!34. MIDDLE TENNESSEE DIVISION FAlll... r , The re&dera of onr country paper have no doubt noticed the list of premiums offered for the firef Dtrision Fair for Middle Tennessee, to be held at Nashville, on Tuesday, the 17th October, and four following days. This list U very liberal, amounting in value to nearly two thonsand dollars. We wish to impress upon the farmers of other counties the fact that this Division Fairis to be held at Nashville only this year. Nest year it will be held -with the county society chartered by the State Bureau, which, ia the judgement of the State Bureau, best deserves it by the liberality and success of its management. This i3 an inducement for the different counties to organize societies auxiliary t j the State Bureau which has escaped the atten tion of some of the best agricultural region?. It ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 29 August 1854

, - s tf4 Us sc: 4 't NASHYILLE: T PES DA.Y UORIOKR, AUG. 29, IS54. $3?" It is supposed tbat the irorman population or Utah Territory now reajhes 50,000. Jgr There wa--a new lodge of the I. 0. 0. F. oranu id'inlio seventh ward on Friday night last. Tlie nw lSSgo -complimented our friend Tnos. T. Shut, Esq., with the name.- Haitf. 'We Imil a slight showerof rain yesterday, - nnt enongh, ' however, to do any good, either in e'isying the dust or in cooling the temperature o the atmosphere. A Suart .Max. During one of the warm day: et kt month, a fellow in Burlington threshed five l.'i'hfh of oats,' five of wheat, five o'f rye, one sheriff, four deputies, and two constables. Barnum cngl.t to have him. Ii7" On the 12th instant, near Peeatonica, IIL, the houe of Mr. Merchant was struck by light ning, and himself and four children were instantly 1. died. Only the mother and one child arc left. Odd Fact. On the occasion of a recent distri rnlion of prizes at one of the public schools of F.T...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 29 August 1854

BOOTS, SHOES, &C, iixti KjjSst sec? rrliuy Aj2Z.TON & FULLER, SOOT 3CD "SHOE 2L&aTuTCTCB. i , Comer UASn ITjLE. TEJTN. ; . i "TT tsTe iaitore. and ers daily .5uraclr:rg ? VV work of tba following idads, frora the best material, th workmissJup of-whlch tre warrant; MEN'S wjpernst Ctlf Boots, sewed and pegged; " and boys' tine " Shot, " " Kip Boots, doable front and naif; .. a gjDglc " " " ThltV Boots, double tele; NKGBO BROGAN8, double scled; Women's Plantation Sraies; Hoc Servants.' Shoes; . Ycr.tfci' and children's coarse and fine shoes; ALSO LADIES' Cdf Boots, sewed and pegged; Morocco ' " Kid " " " " Lasting Gaiter?; .Ujo, a general assortment or Sloct; Ail of which we sail nearlyas cheap as the Eastern article can can now be bought, and of a superior quality. HAJflLTON A F ULLER. N. B. We hare engaged the -services of an experienced Foreman, and are now prepared to mate all kinds of work loonier. pif Repairing neatly done with all possible dispatch. apl. '54 tljan. L...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 30 August 1854

NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICAN. 7- -t . it . , VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: 3VEDNESDAY. iAIXGUST -30, 1854 no. 5ns- 1,8 il ONION AND AMERICAN. ol-FICRko. 11, DEADERICK STREET. Ll te. 1 HrV "iTEfiiriiY UNION AND AMERICAN la furnished ia subscribers ax the following rales: Single copies, one ye-in advance. 82 50; within the year $3 00; at the end . f lira year" a 00. Clcm Of tire and upwards 2 00 ;..t cpy For one vemr. Clubs or subscribers will be re ceived Iot xronti at the foregoing rates. T .i THLWEEKLY is published every Tuesday "hursdj and SaltrrQay, M t.lper annum in advance; it m,. j-aio a vdrcire. ffi. rte OA 1J.V ia published at Eight Dollars. taTTHE MONEY I Lt CASES TO ACCOMTANi .H!59CKlPTI0X.-.gg .... "s(rdacaof subscriptions ma. ba uade by mail J our YspVr wilt ba seat out of the Stafe unless the order U a .vropariiaj vriih the cash. T Ai'iiltaralSocietie-a-d others requiring the best hrAi 1 Cattle from England, embracing ns-t'ilf-OOl) HORSES, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, jyith Detttn...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 30 August 1854

. ..i-W'L .f.jWW .U ,1 www "JiMWiBiWI MM'" ll!U"'f''PlWC " OFFlCE-yOsTa am) 11. DKABEBiggSTKKLT. ' CL-C. TOnBETT & CO. - - - - E. q. EASTMAN, VL C. C. CHUECH, and 0. C. TOBBETT. "tVjGPNESPAY MORWINGt lcS4. NOTICE. ' (- , ThecopirtnenAipherttororeexbUDRteUean tlietinder sirred was dissolved on the 2IU by mutuil consent. Q.C. Tohbctt) E O.Eastman and M. C.C. Cornea having pur chased the entire interest of Jo ax L. Makidto, will continue ;ke business under tte firm and styled" 0. CToaarrr A Co. The new firm will collect all dues and pay all tha debt? of the late firm. Jobs L M akiwo, E. Q. Easthax, G. C. Tobbicii, tg80-3t. M C. C. CuuBca. VALEDICTORY. The undersigned ba3 deposed of his interest m the Union and American, to his late partners and with this issue bids farewell to its many readers. During the few years in which he has been con nected with the democratic press of Tennessee he has been the recipient of o warm and generous con tjdence from his political friend the remembr...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 30 August 1854

NASHVILLE: WEONESD.VY .UORNIXG, AUG. 3a, 1834. New WaoLmtc Hotst In a notice few days f-jncf, callirg attention to the- advertisement of Messrs. Akdeesos, Allison & Co, we said we wonld write a more extended notice wh ;n'we found l?:snre to pre their stock an examination. On reJerday we made the exarr.taation, and were de lighted to find, as we anticipated, one among the c-pst and fine-t stocks of goods in Hip city. Thehcuis large and eomraodiou?, and was hnilt pxpressly for them, by Jame3 Jiitwis, Esq, It runs back one-hundred and fifty-six feel; four. -tcriea lagh, including tho bament each room is 2f,.feet wide. The building is located on the wetidc of the Square, next door tpDi EnPKAEL'a E;chsr.e office, and'nearly opposite the riantera' Bant. The cellar or first floor is filled wiih blankets and heavy woolen good?, and h so constructed as to answer t!e double purpose of wore and sales-room, The sennd story is filled with domestic dry goods and varieties; in the thinl'is arr...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 30 August 1854

BOOTS, SHOES, &C. -'. - , , - fufis T?. BAVn.TO-1 .....,.. ..,...,. Lets vau-ie. HAMILTON A- FULLER, I . I TEjnrcSSEE "200T AND SHOE MANUFACTORY, Corner of Markst and Spriiisr' st. NASHVILLE, TENS'. "tT7rE have in store, and are daily manufacturing V Y wort of the following kinds Irom lDf f-5?! nuterttl, toe workmanship of waicri we warrant. MEN"3 superfine Calf jBpofs. sewed and pegged; " and boys' tino "Sbdc3, " " " " " Kip Boots, double front and sole; 4i ..' u single " ' '" " TbJ.ee- Boots, double sIe; ' ' ' NEGRO BROGANS. double soled; -3 J Women's Plantation Soes; How's gorvtnta' Shoes; YuulhVand children's cc-erse und fine chocs; i"','"':, ALSO 11 LADIES Calf Boots, Ee-.vod and PffTcd; J.loroco ' 2 Kid i-; " Lasting Gaiters; . i Alo, a general assortment of'Stocir; .- -" t All of which we sell nearlyas cheap an the Eosterh'Ertirfe can can now be bought, aud cf a snpericr octlitr. . - KAJiILTOn'.A FULLER. N. IS. Wc have engaged the services of an experienced Fc-termin, and...

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. — 31 August 1854

MB"""" t'-'m!!WMmtwit-i!it' g-gw ma "Ma ftt'f HVILL AND 4f ERIK TOL. XXV. NASHVILEE, TENNi THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1854 E--IHVT0N X JL 1 f - - """ir"'r m r . , '-Itiys. i. NO. 369, , i i f r 1 limiON ANDAMERIGAN. Vh'FICE No. lTj DEAUEHICK STREET. 1 'IK WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished :o subscribers ai the following ratcsiSingle copies, one "j-"-'"advance. 2 50; within ihe year (3 00; at the end " f the year 4 oa Circs Of live and upwards $2 00 psr copy for one rear. Clubs of subscribers will be re eved fiir six months at tne foregoing rates, a -. TRIWEEKLY ia puUiahed every Tuesday "hursd'y aid Siturd&y, at 5 per annnm in advance; if nu.paia a id ranee, $5. 5 sa DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. 1 J-IMZ MONK I 1 KVL OASES TO ACCOMTANi ' .SUBS'CBnTfOXc. 5J cittir.res of .ub-.Tipthm raav be uade by mail t our iA: J . V, paper will L sent snt of the Stats unless the order U &o fOtiipaniti.I with the cash. ; BKG r jISH cattle. p3Agr.cuUiiralSoc.6t.es and other. requiring ...

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. — 31 August 1854

IS t-; ijt 11 It. ' y - Or DAILYSB; TRI-WEEKL T 5; WjECKC 3'?2 50 j - .yy " wQ. jtd 11, fcADr.Kiuiv nuirj-.i. C. C.TOHBETT A- CO.. . ?. G. EASTMAN, M. C. C. CHURCH, and 0. a T0RBE1T. TIIXJSDA.Y MORNING, AUG. 31, I Kit. NOTICE. : i The c-pirta6rslp heretofore existing between the under .ignedirts dissolved on tbe2 It l by mutual consent, fl. ( fcRBKT, E G. E&STXis and M. C. C. CnnRcn having pur. biased the entire interestof John- U Miauxa, will continue , ihe business under the firm and style of 0. C. To'RBrrr A Co. The new firm will collect nil dues and pa all the iebta r.f the lata firm. Jon I,Mbua, E. G. Kasts, O. C. Tobsett, wig St. Jl U. a -UuncH. SUPPORT OK THE NED iASKA AND KANSAS BILL,. ' The Nashville True Whig evidently occupies..; . serv nncomfomble position. Having earnestly . -difnonteil the passage of lhe Nebraska-Kansas t..il and ably defended the principles- contained tn it, he True Whig now seems to take delight in s-ho vr- l irtg that the act is not approved or ...

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. — 31 August 1854

J N A SHTILLE: IUmAY iMORNINti, AUGUST 3!4 .1851 A friend of ours.iust from the eastern por tion of this .State, reportr lie cholera as being in ' the csnntj- ofiMoproe. In the village of Madison HJttr and riduity fear Jeallshad occurred inone. tisv. Several r.h5Tf?4,!,1.l'-'en TttcJi 0t119 .f which proved fatal. Wc were nstonu-bed to hear this. Their furtuer :aieraptknJsi createda hope in ua that our frienda io thi3deligbtl'it! and usually healthy region would r -orevcr reipaia free froaj so dreadful a scourge. ' ThV ssrae-isfcCTant atttsthatuotwhbStanliog tt.3 "rc.t frars' entertained ia regard to the groxv K crcfB1, late ibuadnct rains give liope'dhatj't here -CU1 be o ftiesency-or.graja made for home con- . mrapliaa, H.riT.ap3 6 little to spare. , Vc vrmtlil be lUanTiM irthey would scntlfa por- -uSAflMr ra!ns down this way. Even a well t,Hcdrc't:.nar'.rcu:d be-receivetl with gratitude ' ..tHv.l? office. . ' r '- d'liwisiA Sr-vriT Trarousce Cos vestiox. This r.xly, which rrief 'W...

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. — 31 August 1854

boots, shqes, &c: juie3 w. suosms EflN mw, ITAJIILTQtf & FULLER, TilTITESjES BOOT AND BHOJJ MAEUFACTOEY, Corner or Market and Sarins Ms., NASHVILLE, TENN. "T ATE hare in store, and are dsilr manufacturing j VV work of the following kinds, from the bestyKJ material; the workmanship of which we warruat: ' . ff. HEN'S superfine Calf Boots, served and pegged; ' and boys' 8ue " Shoes, " " "r JLil " single " . Thick Roots, double sole: NEGRO BROGANS, double soled; Women's Plantation Sboes; . , t!oue Servants' Shoes; tombs' and children's coarse and fine shoes; ALSO . - L.ADIE3' Calf Boots, sewed and pegged; " Morocco ' " " " -i Kid " " " " Lasting Gaiters; Also, e general assortment of Stock; .llof which Tie eell nearly as cheap as the Eastern article run can now be bought, and of a superior quality. HAMILTON A FULLER, ft. H. We hare engaged the services of an experienced tersroan, und are now prepared to make all kinds of work murder. , 'JET Uepatricffneatlj done with all possibl...

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. — 1 September 1854

A M E Rrf&t-N". VOL. XXY. NASHVILLE, TENN: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1854 NO. 307. NASHVILLE UNION rii NT) Iff 11. F5 'f -I It UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICENo. 11, DEADEUICIC STREET. YUE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at tlie following ratest Single copies, one fear ia advance. $2 50; within the year53 00; ut the end of the year f4 00. Clubs Of five and upwards 2 00 per ccpy for one year. Ciubs of mbscribers will bs re ceived lor six months at the foregoing rates. TjB TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday "hursdT and Saturday, at 5 per annum in advance; it tu. paid a idvanse, 1 6. Tee DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. HJ-TI1E MONEY I LL CASES TO ACCOMTANi rtR-jnniPTrnss est tfemittancea of subscriptions ma. be wade by mall ai our paper wiU be sent out of the State unless the order Is a cntnrtomea wiui me casn. F.ttfISH CATTLE. TO Agricultural Societies and others requiring the best Breed Cattle from England, embracing HVE BLOOD HORSES. SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, ritn...

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. — 1 September 1854

Mi DAILY $8 TUI-VEEKLYi; WEEfCJY'lM- OFFICE" N03. S svd11, DEADEKIOK STREET. G. C.TORBETT&rCO. . G. EASTMAN; H.'C. C. CHURCH, and 0. C. TOBBETT. FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 1, 1831. FOREIGN NEWS. The brief telegraphic sketch, announcing the ar rival of the Europn, is highly important. WHAT THE BRITISH TROOPS DID AT ALEXAN DRIA. The True. Whig corroborates our statement of the conduct of the British commander at Alexan dria, during the latp war with England, apparently without knowing that it does so. We stated that they "spared the city" meaning that they failed to bam it on the payment of a large sum ofmoney. All this the Iruc Whig corroborates, while thinking it is disputing our statement The True Whig's present correct version orthe matter fhows that it ow knows that the British troops did not, inlhetr wars with-ns, respect private property. That is the single point we wisheJ to make, in reply to the extracts it printed, which left the iuference that the destruction of private ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 1 September 1854

..'V. t 1 Ifpf rf5" JST A SJI YILLE: ntlDAY JlOltKiyCSEPTEJIBElt 8, 1851' V- THE THL'ATiti:. From tbc !i;t of adore lliat Mr. GitEtue has en- ed, vu have no 'doubt that thu theatre will be a most popular place or report for the coming jeanj; son. "t Old J.ie Cowrxt, Oiie of the best actois on the s ae, ii already at his post, aud advices are received. of the hourly i-xpected arrival of a host of others that -will ma!o the corupany all that the most ar dent admirers of the drama could, desire. Among tho stars engaged, we find Mr. O. K. Dickeeso:, irom the London theatre?, who has been playing most successfully throughout the north and east, and brings with him not only testimonials from all the editorial fraternity of that region, but also let ters from F-isur ITembij-, Longfellow, LVes SriWF.iXT and others, writer of great repute. We. hope that the stars that visit us may bring rome novelties with them, for we believe that it detracts from the attraction of dramatic perform ance', p...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 1 September 1854

BOOTS, SHOES, &C, JAMES W. HAMILTON .....Suk PULIEF. HAMILTON A FULLER, TENHESSEE BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY Corner of Dlnrkct and Spring sts., NASHVILLE, TENN. ! ; "VTTE hare instore.and are dailymanufaeturing V T woric ol tne following Kinus, trom me dbh material, the workmanship of which we warrant. . ? MEN'S superfine Calf Boots, sewed and pegged -" and boys' tine ' Shois, " ' ' " ' Kip Hoots, double front and sole; 4i ti single Thick Boots, double sale; . NEGRO BROGANS, double soled; Women's Plantation Stvoea; House- Set-rants' Shoe3; Youths' and children's coarse and fine shoes: ALSO . ,- LADIES' Calf Boots, sewed and pegged; " 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. B. We hare engaged the services of nn eyemncea Foreman, and are now prepared to mate all kinds of wort to order. . , , ,. , t, 1ST Repairi...

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