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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 8 September 1854

- NASHVILLE u-r-s AND 1 I 1 .AMERICAN , r,-lQ' N lUrN s si. Ik ft . ft" 5 VOL. XXY. JJNION AND AMERICAN. ; OFFICE No. U, DEADEBICK STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is fnrnished to subcriber3 at Uie following rated: Single copies, on - Yrln-.vne'. ?i 50; within tits rear $3 00; attheend it the year ti 00. Cures Of firs 'end upwards r 2 (w per cany for one year. Clubs of Fitbscribers will be re- i crfTeJforisittnnutfuat the foregoing rales. ' V .e TUI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhnrsdrj and Saturday, at -5 jr annum iu advaneejit tu.pia a " idvance, ?! VUi DAILY is published at Eihl Dollar. , i,r THE MONEY 1 U.L CASES TO ACCOMFANY ' rtOl!SCRlPTIOMa.e: , ., , 'eoiiU'ttieea ol' subset iptiona mar be hwj by mail at our J 1 1p"er will be eent out of the Slate iinUsa the order la ac j - rompsmea wmnnecasn. kiwIlisb: cattjle. 'la;AKr!cuttural Societies wd others requiring the best , J HreedC'attte front'Cngland, embracing FIXE BLOOD HOllsr-s, Mum-iiuintii cattlk, a nh Devons, Her...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 8 September 1854

Ess.-:1 4 1 paHgltttiirai-American. DAIL Y$8;TRI- WEEKLY o; WEEKLY?' 50 OFFICE NOS. 9 ucn U.DEADERICK STSEET. G.rC. TORBETT & CO. E. 0. EASTMAN, afcC.C.CHTJBCir, and 0. C. TOBBITT FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEimER 8, 1854. THE DltOUGllT-TUB CHOI'S. 'flip.ro- is, we think,- more panicvobout the failure of the crops than is nec&sary. .In this State the rorn crop, from what vvfcaa leaf, will be about two-thirds the usual amount. In-me portions of the State it will be lfa tfiau half some fields are entirely destroyed but in other Actions a full crop will be made. AVe have taken pains to inquire nI' gentlemen visiting Nashville duiing the last few weeks ivliat-w'ere the prospects of the corn ciop hi tbe diffareBt counties, and have heard from very lew oonntfes where the report was not that it worM Ik sufficient for their own use. 1V d not lliiok there can be any doubt that, iu tho whole - Sute. the crop will I. a qniio two-thirds of the ave nge of the last few ycrs. Such lins tbe fact, 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. — 8 September 1854

OHM N A S.ffVILLE: FRIDAY MOItNING, SEPT. 8, 1854. TUNERAX PROCESSION IN HONOR OF T1IE HOX,-.EPflRAM H. FOSTER. Order of Proeeuisn. 1. Band of Mnjic 2. Clergy. - 3. Funeral Hearse and Pall Bearers. 4. Family of the deceaseJ. , . 5. Masons. - C.Judges, Officers, and Bar of the different Courts. 7. M.y6r, Aldermen, and City Officers! 8. Fire Companies. 0 Military. 10. Citizens. The following gentlemen will act as pall-bearers: Tho3. Washington, . F. BFogg, R .J. Meifra, Esq., Dr. Boyd M;Nairy, Hon. Cava Johnson, Dr. Felix Robertson, Hon. Wash. Barrow, Maj. Win. B. Lewis- All persons will observe the" badge of mourning on the left arm. Tlis procession will' form in the Mirket House at 9 o'clock this morning, and proceed to College Hill to meet the Hearse. JOHN SHELBY, S. R. ANDERSON, Sep. 8, 1854. Marshals. THE THKATUE. The Theatre opened on last Wednesday eve ning, with a very good house, much better than wo anticipated, for the Lady of Lyons has been worn thread-bare on our stage. Mr...

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. — 8 September 1854

BOOTS, SHOES, &C. ;aks w. Eunwos " rul-"B' HAr.nr.TOjr & ruLLEit, SSSaiESSEII BOOT AUD SKOE HAKUFAHIOET, Coiner of Maiket and Syriii? tH., SASHILLE, TCN'X. . , . - . TKTE hava in store, smi te diiivnianMacsinPCe-SS VY worfc of the feHowia's tfndsrron ti l-eat f saterW, tha vrcrkrciuiship el -ic!i wa wwra5. . f iEKV5 superfine Calf Boots, nwca &d peg?11'- " "tndbofR'iioo " nao?, " ' " " " Kip Boot!, do-iW frtvat and sole; .1 ! u. (qogl ' " ' " " ThicV Boats, doable ls EfiRO BROGANS, doaWe soled; Women's PhJtea H. -,; Youths' sad biidirkoeiie and lit sowm; -ALSO L MBS' Oatf BaoS, scared und ;-fljd; " Moraccw " ' " Kil " " " " Also, a nrraoitmnt of Scic; All of whioh we sell nesriyas ilnvanits t)C Pattern orticle ohr en now be bought, and of & uiwrior quality.- lt.UllI.TOX A FHS.LKR- S. B. We Ime np;aM Ho hen ir-s of an experiftioetl Forasian, a4 jk- now tjwnl to make all kinds . tj order. , . Lr" &ejMiriiitfiiellv Aaae with alt itfwsihtfl dispatch m4? ij. " "LAWK":...

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. — 9 September 1854

NASHVILLE UNION "AND AMERICAW? NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9, 1851 VOL. XXY. "IN .!.! 'f 4$ UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE Nos. 0 and 1 1 , Peadericlc Street. THE WEUKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isfannahed -u-itubseribtrs the following rates; Single copies, one jeac in advance. $2 50; within the year $3 00; at the end tf tos year ii 00. Clcbs Of five and upwards ti 00 per copy for cneyear. Clubs of subscribers wiU be re served lor sixteenths at the fcreeoine rate. T ,e TRI-TTEEKIA is published everv Tuesday fharsdy u-i Saturday, tX t5 per annum In a3 ranee; if n.- paia " The BAlLYhpnbEabedalHebtDollari. tiriKB MOSEY I KWl OASES TO ACCOaIFAN 1 SUBSCRIPTIONS. -3iltac6iof fubsenptions ma? b w by man oiir " epcr will be sent out of tbe Stab) tsdess the order U ae ujmpenied with the cash. T'0 Agricultural Societies end olhera requiring the best JL. Breed Cattle from England, embracing "FINE BLOOD HORSES, SHORT-nORNED CATTLE, rtith Devcas. Hereford's, Ayrshire and Alderny COWS. ALSO. fine S...

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. — 9 September 1854

V I i , Sfc"-. 4jT: ? t JJAlLYjSjTRI- WEEKL r?5; '&.. J t - t OPFICE NOS. 9 asd HrDEADERlCK STREET. G. C. TORBETT AjO. E. G.EtsrHAK, M. C. CCHUECHand O. C. T5E3ETT 3ATURDAT MORNING, SETTi 0, ISS THE -X ATE COL. E. HT FOSTER. The ftaend of CoL Foster wok pbce yesterday tromtbo first Presbyterian .church. We jag ffi". debted to the elegant pea of a fnend for fee sub joined notice of the eminent deceased ; The death of the Hon. Etbraih H. Fosteb, al though the event comes not unespectedlj, has spread a glooai over the community. For more than twelve months his constitution, naturally strong and vigorous, ha3 been giving way. The disease -was accompanied by neuralgic pains in dif ferent parts of the system, often attacking the very centre cf life, and racking the body -with intense sgesy. The cheerfulness with which these visita tiona were borne, and the elasticity of mind end body under hia afflictions, wero truly wonderful, end the source of congratulation to his friends. They eve...

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. — 9 September 1854

U 4- is- f v- 4.- , v 1 A SEVILLE: SATl'RDAY MORNING, SEPT. 9, IS34. 'HE MONEY MaKKGtI The money market et lh point h unusually stric gcnt, so much so, that it is nest to impossible to inolie collections from the dents dee to an ordinary .establishment an amount gufScient to meetits.cur 5' wants, and this seenis to be the case at nearly all thccommerciRl points in the United States. The Louisville Dtnocratj unon this subject, says: "VYe hare alluded to the mystery of this subject oeiore, ,anti a man has cnty to read tne monetary JTpori3 at tne principal commercial points to .sausly him that the financial doctors are all in the fog on the subject. Operators trust toforiunc, and win or !fc?o by mere chance. There is plenty of gold more than usual. There is no great over-issno of paper, i'roduction of industry m all its branches has been abundant, and what is the mailer? Thcro ass been a foreboding of coinmorcial disasters for SOjSULwroe, founded, perhaps, upon the experience oi mc pas...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 9 September 1854

0 &C. , jives yr. nuniros ... kj rru.cii. Hamilton & FiiLi.r.R, TClflTESSEE BOOT AND Corner of MarliFt 8H01-. MANUFAwOXY, anil Spriii. -t.- . NASHVILLE, TENS. VJ 711 bare in store, and are daily rnanHfacHirifijr m V Y work, or tho following kinds, froiii "if1 U. -ukfisl, the woriunansuip of which we warruiit MEWS superfine Calf Bool, sewed nod pt&fflad; - and boys" fine "-Son?, " " Kip Boots, dnuble front and tale, ' ' 44 single ' .. TbL lJoob., double ssie; NEGRO BROGANS, double soled; - Women's Plantation Shoes; House Servanto' Shoes; . : Yuatbs' and children's coarse and fine thoe-i AI.Su LADIES' Caif Btotf, Med and pefged; Morocco s . KWi ' ' Lastmj-flwfcrsj . ,.i A!o, genrt1i?or!i.t of Stock; Ait of vrindi se.l uaaviy as clieep as tha EcJern articla as can uowlfcilxxiah:, ui of a. s.irtir Mulitr' , ILWWITOr! A FOLIAR. X. 11. Wo have aitA lfc mivi of a,??; tcreunn, ami a: e iW ;.. "ii;e cH M C WST Rspwriag itlr tier with'cfl pibl9 diipatch. TU5T RECEn'EDti;- J-P5?,!!...

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

is ! ! I ,-f VOL. XXY. UNION AND AMERICAN. . . OFFICE Nos. 9 and 1 1 , Deaderic- Street. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isfurnished to sot3ciiTO at tbe following rates: Single copies, one rear In advance. 2 CO; within the year?8 CO; at the end ' the pear 14 W. Clubs Of five and upwards 12 00 pr copy for cceyear. Clubs of subscribers will be re cwvedlcreix outhaat the foregoing rates. r TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhnrsdiy and Saturday, at J 5 per annum in advance; if nv. palo. .n lbs OA1LY is published at Eight Dollar. i-,-THK MONEY I JJ. CASES TO ACCOMTANi SUESCRIPTI03?.iI , tfarnitttneesef subs ipticcs mar be aada by ail a our rirk. , I eper sill be sent eut of the State unless the order la c- com pardedwiththecaab, ,, ., ... "710 Agricultural Societies and others requiring the test JL Bread Cattle from England, embracing FINE BLOOD HORSKd, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, with Devoas, Hereford's, Ayrshire and Alderny COWS. ALSO. Fine Southdown, Colswold'a and Licester sheep. ALSO. S...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 10 September 1854

i rvv (y (Si OFFICE SOS. 0 ajcd 11, 11ABERCK nc t . SUNDAY MORNING, .SEPT. 10. "i-3: - THlTHEliriiri .W YARD. ' ' It is known to oarTMderathatXongres3, at its "late session, donated the Memphis" 2Tavy Yard to the oty of -Memphis. It happened, as Wo under .stanfi the case, in this wise; The -House reduced tho appropriation for the maintenance of lhe yard to 513,000 less than one fourth of tho Enm,ticos sary to cany it on efficiently. Whea this action came up for concurrence in thq Ser6te, Gor. Johes moved to give theyard to the city. He was taken 'at his word by the Senate, and the House concur red in the Senate's action. We have always bud posed that Gov.. Jones made this motion- in a pet at the smailness of the appropriation, and with no serious thought that it would be carried. But ho defends his course now, as sagacious and proper. Memphis,' however, does" not fo regard it, nor do I we. The Navy Vara at meuipma is not, a meie local institution, in which Memphis alono has an inter...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 10 September 1854

NA S II Y I LLE: -svxD AxpipRsriMs,-;bbp-p. 10, TsS4. Our Si'oscjiibkrs. We see iu a numoer-of our a.xchangos i'noticea" to patrons to "please corae for- 'WarQ-and Mv un " finoli nnt?ivj rtllvml Am- tfn- rest ryuipjihiea, and va -cftetuimes think -wo mast be the cleverest or luckiest set of mortals thit ' eVer got into tlienevrspaper busings. Th4 tfifficul--"- ty with" m ii to get our subscribers in our debt. ildst of tnem hare either paid up in advance or co near it that we give ourselves' no anxiety about the , matter. Even in these hard times when every thfog is burnt up or has the dry rot, we get enough tSTscepjii in excellent f pirits and in tune to make 1 .8?d newspapers for the million. We hope these IJdndly relations will continue we should dbiike tjfV advertise that we would "take wood, hay .and other produce inpayment for subscriptions;" There is oaethinv.'ehadnearforgotjwe wouldlike to lave , ,a "few. more of the same sort."' There is room enough on our books for a few -t...

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. — 10 September 1854

3W&, SHOES, AC. ttxx Sf&xMat rcture, HAMILTON &. FULLER, , TENNESSEE BOOT AJTD BEOS JSASTJrACXOBY, Comer of Market and Spring rts., NASHVILLE, TENN. "TXTE Lave inore, and are daily numn&ctBrlsg V v wore et ins loUowing rinds, rrom tne catena!, tne wort man nip ot waica we warrant: 242X3 superfine Calf Boots, awed and pegged; - r -ir . 'ip jfcots, ioiHeront and so!; ' " jjangl " " " Thick Hoots, double awle; NEGRO BROGANS, double soled; TnTomen's Plantation Shoes; Kcoje Servants' Sboes; Youths' sod cUldrea's coins sad tna show; ,. , . ALSO - ,r lADJE3-Co!f Boms, tawed and pegged; " Morocco " " " ifj(j ' Lasting Gaiters; Also, a generaf assottunmt of Stock; All of which wc sell nearly as cheap is the Eastern article cea cm no it bcbcnght, tad of a superior ccelity. HAITI L?01i A f DLLER. N.B. We.hars engaged the services of a? experienced Foreman, and arc now prepared to Bake sJl kinds cf won. to order. --,.t, Repairing neatly doao with all possible oirpat-n- npl7'54 t...

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 September 1854

t. A TT XT X T- ;T V Tl "T-V X 1 il k3 JUL 1 -1 -Li -LI JLl . 'Ilj, 1.1. Iff 1 1 i T' iiii'u , i.i..- 1 " ' jjjm.M j i iii, iiMijimijM , ii in in . , VOL. XXY. ASHVILEE, TENN: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1854 NO. 379?r I -if5 - r. UNION AND AMERICA. QEFIGE Xos. 9 and J I , Deaderick Street. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished 10 aubeeriirers at tb following rates. Sineie copies, ons yesr iaadranoo. 150; within Ota vc5r?S GO; at She fend f.f the year St o. Clow Of lire and ttpvrards J2 00 per copy far cm rear. Clubs of subscribers Trill be re vived f-'rsirinocttia at the foregoing rates. I' is TEI-"?TBCICLY'i3l:ob!;siicd eVry Tuejda'y rharsoy nd&tard7, at46porina!iainadrs3ce;ir cv:p4ia a idrsnc, S. Ice HAlLlTsDubKaiicdBtHiirht JWlara. -tTTHE MONEY J LL CASiSi TO ACC031FAN SUBSCBIPTIOii.-v S3 reaitttcci3 of ssbscripUons iu ta trade by irseil it -cur ritkr ; arer trill fce Kent cut of the State unless the order le co- coajicaied with the cash. '"pi) Agricultural Societies and oth...

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. — 12 September 1854

Mill ,nrl 8?? OFFICE NOS. 9 at 11, DEADERICK STREET. G. C. TORBETT 5c CO. E. Q. EASTMAN, M. C. C. CHTJECH, and 0. C. TORBETT. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 13, 1854' THE CHOLERA AT KN0XV1LLE. The cholera has been very fatal in KnoxviUe ; much more so, in proportion to population, than it lias ever been in Nashville. We deeply sympa thise with our neighbors in their affliction, and re joice in the belief that they have seen the -worst of it. A week ago, we told the people of KnoxviUe to confine themselves to the free-stone water of the Havely Spring, and they might bid the cholera de fiance. A remark in the following letter from, a friend in that place shows ihat our advice was sound : Ksoxnux, Saturday, Sept 9. Editors of the Union and American: The cholera has prevailed here for last eight days to a frightful extent. Some forty deaths daring its lire valence. Yesterday evening we had some ap pearance of rain, accompanied by northern winds, which continued to blow during the night, but no ...

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 September 1854

N ASH.VILLE: TUESDAY MORNING, SEPT. It, IS51. TI1EATRE, Mr. Dickixson's engagement still continues, the Jiousesoeing quite as good -as could be expected, considering the extreme warmth of the weather;' actors as-well as farmers, bning-oow JerouUn their nspirations for rain, and cooler weather. ihe plays are well -represented, but this ia the first week"of- the Bcason, and it would be unjust to the Company to take notice of trivial faults, for time is requisite for them" to become acquainted uith the peculiarities of their associates, and to es tablish a wirt of" give .and take system. iIr.Dicmx2o: without liia wardrobeLand other jwapliamalia, is not half what Jlr. D. would be with- 'UAl appliances-and means to boot" as but few of the articles that he wears appear to fit, he must labor under great embarrassment. MrrDiTcmindsusofJlARTON', a tragodian,Avho liad many admirers some years ago, and like him does not attemnt to astonish iw bv stentorian tones, but "I ways pleases by the. ex...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 12 September 1854

BOOTS, SHOES, &C. iixzs -w. ito "" II A MILTON & FULLER, "EOTE-E BOOT AND SHOE TlJFACTOSYt Corner of Market and Spring sts.,' NASHVILLE, TENN. -T-jfTE b-vs in store, and ars daily mntacturirg VV work or the following kinds, from the best material, the .workmanship of which we warrant HEN'S superfine Calf Boots, sewed and pegged; " and boys' tine "Sho-, " " " . Boots, d:nib!e front end sole; single i Thick Boot, double !e; NEGRO BROGANS, double soled; Women's Plantation fanoos; House Servants' Shoes; Youths' and children's coarse and fine chocs; ALSO LADIE3' Calf Boots, sewed and pegged; ' Morocco " " Kid " " Lasting Gaiters; ALio, a general assortment of Stock; AH of which we sell nearly as cheap as the Eastern article can can now bebocght, and of a superior quality. HAMILTON A FULT.EE. K. B. We have engaged the -services of an experienced Foreman, and are now prepared to make all kinds or wvr Repairing neatly dono with all possible dispatch. apt? 'fa tljan. LAU1KS- FINE Wll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 13 September 1854

NaSH VILlE". ;U NION . A N D ' A ME R 1 0 ANr " " ' 1 '---' .P.-- -...MlwJJt.UtU,j,i.v.. - 1"- I" MIMI IUaaaJaSWlai,jaaMgaAJiuau , , iiii.ii VOL. XXY. NASHVILiE, TENK. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEB, 13, 1854. NO. 380, t . F , UMON AND AMERICAN. OFFICE Xt o. 9 cud 11, Deaderick Street. TEE WKtKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isrcrcished : lAKriWj at the following rates: Single copies, cae tgsr in advance. ?2 fh? within tho year 8 00; at the er.d UT the year i o Ctaes Of Ave end upwards 12 C-J par cany far oeo yew. Ciubs of subscribers will be re iVB lyrgifctteiufes at the foregoing rates. T to TKI-WEEKLY is publlshsd qvry Tuesday rfcursdry aad Saturday, at C5 per annas in advance; if nt. . paio a dvulCt St). lbs DAILY tapcblUbed st Eight Dollars. vifTHB MONET I LL CASES TO ACCOHTANi t ecUtaaoe of subscriptions cj bo ude by mall a! our me. I tcr will be sent eul of the State unless the order 1b ac companied with the cash. TM Agricultural Societies and others requiring the best i Braed Cattle from Englan...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 13 September 1854

Pi is??. I"1 ft S'1" I DAILY $8; JTiZ- WEEKLY $5;WEEKLY$2 50 OFFICE-NOS. 11, DEADERICE STREET. G C. TORBETT As CO. . G. EASTUAH.lt C. C. CHPBCH, and O. C.'TOHBETT. WEDNESDAY MOBSIXG, SEPT. 13, 13. 1854. r ClvisiOS FAIR-PARTICULAR NOTICE. The county agricultural society will meet every Saturday, at 11 o'clock, a, to., until after the Divi sion Fair, for the purpose of making the necessary arrangements. The meetings will be- held at the oflicnof Uie Gas Company, in Cooper's building. Jt is very desirable that the attendance should be general 2?ext Saturday, the meeting will appoint tho judges to award the premiums; and it is therefore particularly necessary that as many members as possible shall attend. SILVER PLATE FOR THE MIDDLE TENNESSEE FAIR. Mr. Gowdey ha3 received for the Managers of tic Division Fair to bo held at Nashville next month, a large quantity of silver pitchers, tum blers, &c, which are to be awarded to competitors icr the various prises offered. In these day3 of ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 13 September 1854

x- -ft". If if 51 1? NASHVILLE: WEDNESDAY MOHNLNG, SEPT. 13, 1S51. SIMMS' NOVELS, Ac. Kedfieli., ofMv York, is publishing a iwiforiri edition ofthe" novels of W. G- Simms, Esq. the msec," "iheTartisin," ka These novels 51 JaslratgHhOjyarly-seltiement of South Carolina and liie flevolntianary period. They are printed in the l'st style, and are illustrated witli spirited and l.eatitiftil enf-ravings. We are indebted to the pub-, lishcr ptjnoopy of-'-' Katharine Walton," the last t( tliBserE. -vhiclr ha? issued from the presa. TlKtoutjrseiies can be obtained at the bookstore 1'W. T.:BKRnr" & Co., and no Ameiican worksof tUrtmn ATP na IA'aII i1f(Ur?mry nT ft r.lano in or.nllmrn .. "f3 v 1U SUUlllCtU i libraries" as these. j mi , . . - J -it i nft.rsme-puuusuer-uas -lonv.irued us a .copy -I of a new. edition of Dr. Bied's celebrated novel, Caiutr, fAe Knight of the Conquest of Mexico?' This novel i3 issued in the same excellent style which bstinguWiea the publications of J(f.dfield, ...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 13 September 1854

BOOTS, SHOES, &C f JAUSS W. SAKtLTO.V BS JCI.LSR, HAMILTON & FULLER, BOOT AND SHOE 2IA3IJFACT03Y. Cornet of Market and Spring sts.J, i NASHVILLE, TENN. "TTTE hire in store, and are daily tnanu&ctunog, V T work or the following kiaas, from iu 'aalerial, the vrorkminship of which we warrant MEN'S superfine Calf Boots, sewed and pecgod; "and boys' fine ' Shoes, " " " " Kip Boots, double frot and soie; .. ..r ringl, " " ThicV Boots, doable sele; HEGR0 BROGANS, double soled; Women's Plantation Bsoea; Hoose Servants' Shoes; Youths' and children' coarse end fine shoes; ai.hu LADIES' Calf Boots, sewed and Morocco " " - pegged; Kid " " Lasting Gaiters; Also, a general assortment of Stock; Alt of which we aell nearly as cheap as the Eastern article caa can now be bought, and of a superior quality. HAMILTON A FULLER. H.B. We have engaged the services of an experienced Foreman, and are now prepared to mate all kinds of wore Zg Repairing neatly done with all possible dispatch. apiT f...

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