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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 14 September 1854

U -VOL. XXT. NASimiibE-TENNi THURSDAY, SEPPEAfBER H, 1854- i-NASK?:ILLE-MNION AND AMERICA! NO SSL ft ' , it ' if it iff- UNION AND AMERICAN, ! OF.FJCE NoY. Oand 11, Ucndijrfclr Street. THE JVKLY UNION AND AMERICAS Is furnished 10 subscriber at tha following rates; Single .copies, oa-s year in advance. 2 t't; within Hie yar?& 0"; atthesed rf Ihe yeacH 03. Clces OfCveftad upwards 52 00 per tx-py far .oce year. Clubs of subscribers will ba ; sdv&nce. . Xfae DAILY Is published at Kicfci Eira. THE MONEY I ILL CASES TO ACCOHFAN1 SUBSCRIPTION f1., . i eaHtttccea of KbscnpUons aav b Litis oy a W rtsfc, PQ?r Trill be sent oat of the Ptato cnless the cider Is tc aompsiucd with the cash. rT0 Agricultural Societies and others requiring the best x Bread Cottle from England, embracing FINB BLOOD HORSES, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, pith. Devon. Hereford "a, Ayrshire and Alderny COWS. ALSO. Fine Southdown, Cct3irold's and Liceslcr sHKEP. ALSO. Suffolk, Ksscr and Berkshire SWINE. Im ported on Commi...

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. — 14 September 1854

iM2r$8; TRI-WEEKLY $5; WEEKLY&W OFFICE-NOS. 9 am. 11, DEADERICK STREET. G. C. TORBETT A: CO. B,Q.EASIMAN.M. C.C.CHUECH.iuidO.C.T0EBETT. THURSDAY HORNING, SEPT. 14, 1854 THE FOREIGN NEWS. " "VVeowupyalarge portion of our paper to-day with tho details of the late interesting foreign news. WHIG AND "KNOW NOTHING" SLANDERS. A statement is going the rounds of the whig and "know-nothing" papers to the effect that of the persons holding office under the Government in Washington 310 we American born and 914 foreign ers. The Washington Union exposes the falsity of this statement, by publishing a list of the dto holders in Wasbington,th their places of birth. From this list we find that, of these office-holder 1,583 are native-born Americans, and only 150 adopted citizens. , , The manner in which the truth perverted by this "know-nothing" statement, is lUnatratcffby the following facts. The Post Office Department a re rfaHl n, containing but 11 Americans to 80 for- .'iraers. The truth is,...

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. — 14 September 1854

N ASHYILLE: THURSDAY MORNINR, SEPT. 14, IS54. Tns Book Trade. We strain call the attention of cur readers lo the Book Trade of ITashville. HecentlV vve have had occasion to examine the slocks of' books -on hand in the city, aud have bo come pretty thoroughly acquainted with the quali ty and quantity of books introduced and soid in this inarket.' Our citizens and the people of Ten nessee, Georgia, and Alabama trade largely with Nashville. Some of the finest and mo?t costly works published are purchased from our book' merchants by wealthy farmers, professional men and mechanics of the neighboring country and States. Complete arrangements with tho ieading publishing houses of Europe enables our merchants 10 furnish the latest and best works published on ibe continent, at prices not materially varying from the figures of New York, Boston and Philadelphia. Standing crd:rs are kept for the earliest issnes from the press of the best Northern publishers. It h often the ewe that our Book-sel...

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. — 14 September 1854

1 4 ; - It-: . A -BOOTS, SHOES, &C. JA1IIJ W. HASTItTOX . ,..s.., i4C ruLLtn. HAMILTON A FULLER, TENNESSEE fcOOT AHD SHOE M Ail UF ACTO li Y, Comer of Maikct and Spring sts., .NASHVILLE, TENS. Tji hare in store, and re daily manufactorm?, YVwork''thVTbllowing Trindtrom-tbsbsstj MEN'S superfine Calf Boots, sewed and pejged; " and-boTa'-ttneVhMS, ." ' im " Tt T - J. VI .A Crtlfr- --Hn single " " " ' Thick Boots, double wis; NEGRO BROGANS. double soled; Women' Plantation Saoes; House Servants' Shoes; Youths' and children's coarse and oe shoes; i ALSO LADIES' Calf Boots, sewed and pegged; " " Morocco " ' " Kid ". . " " " Lastinsf Gaiters; ALso, a general assortment of Stock; . , All of which we sell nearly as cheap as the Eastern true" can can now be bought, and of a superior quality. - HAMILTON A f ULLEIt. N.-B. We have engaged tfco serricesaf an epertencea Foreman, and are now prepared to make all kinds ci wort toJlepaMng neat done with all rSEib'', V3 b.plJ'M tljan. ; - radius' p...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 15 September 1854

if - ft - rrNASHtm-LE mm and American; VOL. XXV. UNION AND AMERICAN. OrriCL'-TfonOatia HrP.aderic'k Street. Slit; WEcKLY UNION AND.AMtElCAN Isttiroished so&scnber-ia ice following rales i Single copies, oae r in advuic. f ai Str, withia.ths yearis og; at the. end f the year 4 00. Clubs Of five and upwards 2 CO 9f copy for oaq year. Clubs of subscribers will bere-strr-d torsixraonthe at the foregoing rates. T aTRl-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday bursdVy i-jd Satrj-day, ut to perancran in advance; it zu. ,uo n taratic, yu. 5 iw i 1 AIL V is published at Ezht Delia-. I ,?-THL MONEY 1 LL CASES TO AOCQMFANx SGBSCRIPTIOS- Sr .1 cTJittincescf sabsenptioaa rsa bo uxAe by mail J oar , t cper will be seat cut cf the State unless the order la ac- ed with the cash. EM&I,Ie CATTLE, - rf0 ilzActtetitMl $oa.eiw tad otbsr rcquinngtfie best FINE BLOOD HOrtfEiSHOilT-HO iNED CVTTLE, pith, Pevoas, Hereford's. Ayrsjire nod Alderay COWS. ALSO, tine Soaihduwn, Coistvold's end Lioesicr niKEP. ALS...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 15 September 1854

DAILY TRI-WEEKLYo; WEEKLY&m 0FFICE-N0S. 9 axd U, JEADERICK.STRKE'rV 'g: ctorbett t co. E. Q. EASTMAN, H. C. C. CHURCH, and O. C. TOBBETT. "SFFRlDAVrTSOIlNIXOt "SEPT." lTl- HARPER'S AND POTXAJI'S MAGAZINES. The Montgomery Adverser spealy of the last -Tiuaobers of these works in terms not a wTiit too f 6evere. Tie publishers of these magazines claim the right to publish what they please. Very well e But Southern people have also the right to buy or not, as they please. And Harper and Putnam have no right to issue proposals for national magazines, and thus secure a heavy southern subscription, and afterwards make their magazines the vehicle for the worst snecies of abolitionism. They are , obtaining southern money under false pretences, and m hone southern people will rebuke the fraud practiced upon them by letting these magazines ' iW ,,nn tW let abolitionism alone. IF the southern sale of Harper and Putnam were cut ofT - ; i,t Ann a sum of money from the publishers i.. ki, wnuld ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 15 September 1854

N.ASHVIXLE: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT. 15, 1S54. THEATRE. !V;Shakrpesr6' play of the Merch&nt'of "Venice &3 presented on Tuesday night, Mr. Dickinson 1 ivp:i:5enting"tbeTfaaracterof'8hyloefcrWhen an aOor confines himself to ihe representation. of aU most a dozen parts, and is conUsntiy rehearsing and -JllPJaylng.the .ame,jhere.Js no great mcriLtoJie at tached to him,- if he represents them with all the good points and telling effects of which the char- tcters arc capable. That Mr. D. does all this is lhereibre-payiEgJiim no.ccmplimeni. His profes sion is evidently with him a labor of love. What might be supposed to be the most unimportant trifle is never"nglected; he studies with cafe and'close. attention the smallest minutiae, andenters with en- thn?ia3m upon the representation of the character. For this rea?on he can never oS'end, and although ."" he may not "amaze our faculties or eyes find ears," - he yet becomes more popular with his audienceafter each-performance.- -For the...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 15 September 1854

ML BOOTS, SHOES, &C. , ; lUtt W. BAIftLTOTf ... a eb" miFE. H VaUILTON & FULLER, IEOTES5EE BOOT AKD S20S JUAOTTACTOST, '.Corner of market and Spring NASHVILLE, TENN. t ATE hare In store, and ura daily menrilirtnrins-jgfe'J JV work of the following kinds, from the best1 taaterial, tl.e workman taip of whieti we warrant. - MK3ape'rfineCJr Boots, sewed sad pjR ' ' ,rand boys' Hue " Shoos, " , Kip B-.ots.-d.uble front and sole; c a, 4i aa. aa single v ' Thick Hoots, double sale; NEGRO BRUGA.VS, doable soled; Women's Plantation S.oes; House Servants' Shoes; Youths' and cn:ldren'i coarse and fine ihoea; ALSO LADIES Calf Boots, sewed and ragged; 7I6rscco.- " ' Kid ' Lasting Goiters; AI?n,acrmrls-iorta!eatof Stock; - ... All of whi h we eell nearly as cheap ts the Eastern article can can nt V be bought, and of a superior quality. IIAflLToN & FULLER. v-JJWeluve engaged the services cf an expenonced Fornan,-f.ud -8"WWl.repared urmato-ll kinds of work 10 jgy-rRepairing neatly done ...

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. — 16 September 1854

mFI - . If T?l TV Tn 1 m t : rjAs a-iBgsjrATPRDAY. September ig, 1354 It If:- a . - V '6 f XSNIQN: AND AMERICAN . - - - .'OFFICiJ-JVoi.-'OsUd 11, tfit!erlifk3trccts TilE?VJliK!,Y- UNION AND AMEBICAN Jslcrctsbod '""'I'SUbacritjer'iBt the following rstfc'rirJgfe CQptt&Mv ' 4ie tfdrts'c,- f i 50? within Um rearC liv the Kid -PUJe'ireff-id oo. Ct-ttrt Of five antftewafds f2 09 . ' i"y Wafer oa Je'-r- G05 6f st)3cnLer will be ro- -wiW3T5rait radhlbs a the fcregMng' rates.' T TRI-WKEKLY is psn9bi every TueaSr hursdsy twjjiatiu-dsy, ti$5f-erwicma,lc-4arsnee; r oiiifl .a " - -srlT&PCe. 1 The HAIL V Is t-cHisfced at EIrtt BalliTsi. I 7"THE MONEY 1 ILL CASES TO ACCOMTAN1. - jSUHSCRIPTIOS -3F . I tjjiItlAr.ce4) cf eubseriptiosa ma be lands by mil t cur ? .-nit? . ' " .far wilTbsiwit bat ef tan State tmless tie pffor la fx- "Hp3Ag'rc literal Aide-ies and others rtqurtnglhe best JL Breed Cittlfl fro n E i 'la id. e-nbrac' . P4WEBLOOD HORSES, SHO.tT-H Jit.VED C TTI.E, frith DeTOos, lltmT....

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 September 1854

wZ(v i'.vlw. JK. Qi w AWvttt V - - A- . S OFFICE-NOS. 9- asd 11. DEADERICK STRhbi. E.G. E ASTMAN, K. C. C. CHPBCB, P i SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT. 1G, 1851 THE KNOW NOTHINGS. ' To those religious papers of our vicinity -which manifest their own bigotry and intolerance by fa voring : the know-nothing" movement vhloh show that they are ready eagerly to adopt, when it can be used to their own advantage, die alleged feature in Roman Catholicism which they jnost do nounce we commend the following article from the Cincinnati Enquirer. The eara of those Pro testant clergymen who are caught in this Aed Buntline irap are yet to tingle with shame when . their hypocrisy in professing to be the fnenda or religious freedom is made manifest by their connex ion -with an odious secret organization to proscribe u particular sect No man need tell us that ho n the friend of religious freedom who fails to de nounce this organization. The man who shows 7a willingness by such means to proscribe one sent, wou...

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 September 1854

JLA. S.HYILL E : SATURDAY MORNINK, SKPT. 16, IS54. THE TINE ARTS? .'Pajnporward Jn our citj, ure notice the waguerremn Ji.uuUsarncrit ol .Messrs. LoBBts.i: YcAT.gCT. Si?-College street, over the lry goods: store of Messrs. Stevenson .. White. We visited their galleries yesterday and foand ttfem "tilting' up their rcoms and instrument?. One .or both of igejitlenien hayo been absent from Our city a considerable portion of the primmer,- risiting a! here-therEbo-heve-siniilar -establishments.- We yai-e.mformefVtHat they have secured . the jjervicea of the. celebrated artist, Uf. Mallout, who has been operating' heretoToie In the" Tifgerfifie!', ,SNorth;and West, and vvo Iiavo no doubt Jie will sustain here the high reputation that he has ac- uTredtioother-placea, -Jlere is whatoheSt-Lauis Ecrold says of hirn : ""LoKoxTma PicrtritE.' The other day we were sho wn some of the Cne5t specimens of the -Dagfcrrean arrerefleen-tnthisx ty: "hese-pio-tures. were lile-lite, mellow and beautiful. 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. — 16 September 1854

mm "1 JIAMIXTON &FU.ER, UinfESSEE. .BOOT AND SHOE. HA3TTFACT0B7, Comer of Market and Sprint sts., v . NASHVILLE, TENS. WE have in store, and are daily mra ufactaring arSf work of the following kinds, from the fM3 Catexial, tl.e workiuinsaip of which we warrant v HENT3 superfine Calf Boots, sewed aad pegged; " and boys' tina Shns, " " , , - Kip Boots, d rable front and ej . .1 .i..K .. gjnge ' fc Thiefc toots, doablo sole; NEGRO BR'JGAN'S. doable soled; ", Women's Plantation S-ocs; Houw Servant' Shoes; Youths' sad children a coarse and nee shces; ;, ' -Aido- ' - LADIES Calf Boots, sewed avid pegged,-"'.? " Morocco" " " - " , -,. Lasting Gaiters; Also, a p-n;ral assortment of Stock; All of whi- h we sell near as cheap as the Eastern article can can m w be bought, and of a -.uporior quality. HA-ILT-N & f ULLER. N.8. Wehave engaged tbe ten-ices of &n,el,Pcnr'!S Foreman, and are novr prepared to make all kinds ot wcr- rar'nepairine ncaUj done with impossible dt?pscl- &M7 ...

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 September 1854

i NA SHY III AMER II 9lc - - VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE,, TENN. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1854 AND f V .k I $' '.UNION AND AiIERIGAN. - . - , , OFFICE Jios. 9 and 1 1, TJendericlc Street. , ;TflE-"VYKEKLY UNION AS1 AMERICAN Isfuruished ft subscriber-at the following rates! Single 'copies, one rear in advance. 2 50; within tlieyear8 00; at the end t tfceyeirt, 00. Ci-cns Ofllvoaud upwerds $2 00 per .copy for one rear. Crabs' of subscribers wilt be re- : ceiV'e.1 I'Jrsrr months at the foregoing rates. T .0 TRI-WEEKLT Is published every Tuesday rhursdty . end isarardsy, at $5 per annum in advance; it no.paia ii : idTaace, fs. 1 Tab OAH.TU published at Eizl.t Dollars. tgTTlI&UOSEY ! LL CASES TO ACCOMFAN " 'UCSRIPTI0X.C'.JS3 K6tnittance3 cf BGbscrintions mar be uads by mail at our risk. paper will be sent cut of the State unless the order U ao ' Kirr.p&med with the cash. TO Agricultural -Societies and others requiring the best Breed Cattle fmm England, embracing KIJ.LBLOOD J10ItSE3,i5IIORT-...

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. — 17 September 1854

Hi. I V1' f'f j OITICE SOS. 9 axd 11, deaderick street. G. C. TOR1IETT & CO. E, 0. 3SASTMAK. M. 0. cl CHTOCH, and 0. C. TOBBETT. SUNDAY MORNING, SEPT. IT, 1S54. ECJ See first Page. IEXP0BT3 OP SPECIE. Ihe country has pretty effectually lived down and voted down modern whig theories and whig prinoiples. The party itself seems inclined to re pudiate most of its latter-day doctrines as a na tional bank, protective tariff, &c and to keep it nelf in food by reviving its old time war upon foreigners, repudiatirg the name of alien and sedi tion law federalists, but adopting the doctrines of that old party, under the name of "know-nothings. The northern whigs-have an advantage over their southern brethren in being able openly to 'ncorpo rate abolitionism into the "whig" creed, and so have something tangble to ght for Thow southern whigs who supported the Nebraska bill, and yet hate to give up their association with the northern whigparty-who talk bigone day in the weekabout northern...

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. — 17 September 1854

NASH V ILL E: SUNDAY MOIWfING, SEPT. 17, 1834. -" :J5F" We call attention to tho advertisement of P. P. Prcic & Co. Their stock of carriage?, and yehxles generally, arc well assorted, and customers '-will find thtir prices ow. SF We call attention to the advertisement of Prof. DeCccxixi. In this morningXPaPsr- Those. ' 'wishing to purchase good instruments will do well to give him a call. 37 On Friday night about 11 o'clock, a diffi culty occurred on Front street, between a Mr. XoxOj who says he is from North Carolina, and a man'by the' 'name of James Holmes, of this city, in which the latter was tilled, liona was arrested, and the case Is undergoing examination before - .Esq. Ferris. The Court adjourned until 8 o'clock -Honday morning. Tee ITive or the Bek Hunter. By T. B. Thorpe: A pplston &r jCo .New 1 ork: 1854. Wa.jin Tint l.nntr -afipn xen hare been more agreeably entertained than in reading tnese -capital sketches of Western life. The char acters are drawn ont finelyj...

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. — 17 September 1854

BOOTS, SHOES, &C. ttim w. tuKiuroir .. rLt-. HAMILTON & FULLER, TENNESSEE BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY Coiner of Market and Spring Ms., NASHVILLE, TENS'. WE haTe in stern, and are daily msaufacturing,-; work of the following kinds, from the best V material, the workmanship of which we warratii; MEN'S luperfins Calf BooU, snwed and pegged; " and boys' fine 8kos, " " - " Kip Boots, double front and sole; . .1 . gingle " ' " Thick Boots, double sele; NEGRO BROGANS, double soled; Women's Plantation Sows; House Servants' Shoes; Youths' and children's coarse and tine shoes; ALSO LADIES' Calf Boats, fcewed and pegged; ' Morocco " Kid " " " " Lasting Gaiters; Also, a general assortment of Stack; . All of which we sell nearly as cheap as the Eastern article can can cow be bought, and of a superior quality. HAMILTON A MtEI':,, N.B. We have engaged the services of an experiencea Foreman, and are now prepared to make all kinds oi wort "'Repairing neatly done with all possiblo dispatch. ap!...

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 September 1854

UNION VOL. XXV NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1854 11 J NA SK VTTJ E ANILAMERICAX;- UNION AND A1VIERICAN OFFICE Nog. 0 and 1 1 , Dcaderick Street. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished o-aobscribersat the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance, sfa bo; wiuun me year?s w, at we end of the rear $4 00. Clues Of five and upwards $2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for sixmonths at the foregoing rates, r as TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhuradty una aaturaay, at if a per annum in advance; it cut paia advance, ?S. The DAILY is miblished at Kin-ht Dollars. UTTHE MOSEY X Khh CASES TO ACCOMPANl subscriptioh?. an remittances of subscriptions mar ba uade by mail at our risk- paper will be seat out of the State unless the order fa ac companied with the cash. ENGLISH CATTLE. TO Affricoltaral Societies and others requiring the best FIXE BLOOD HORSES, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, with Devons. Hereford s, Ayrsnire ana Alderny UO WS, ALSO. F...

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. — 19 September 1854

rMV P" . I "7t 1 5 2) AILYS8; TBI- WEEKLY $5; WEEKL l'$2 50 OFFICE N0S.9 J&D 11, DEADERICK STREET. G. C. TORBETT te CO. . . e'q. EASTMAN, M. C. C. CHURCH, and G. C. TORBETT. J-UJESPAY MORNLNG, SEPT. 19, 1854. COUNTY SOCIETY PREPARATIONS FOR THE DI VISION FAIR. The meeting of the Davidson County Agricul tural and Mechanical Society, last Saturday, was more numerously attended than any previous meet ing, and the preparations for the Division Fair, to commence here on the 17th October, are going on vigorously. The citizens of Davidson county are all deeply interested m the success of thb fair, and they should show their interest by attending the preparatory meetings, which, we again inform them, are held every Saturday, at 11 o'clock, at the ofEco of the Gas Company, in Cooper's building, on Cherry .street. The committee to prepare the grounds reported on Saturday that the work of erecting a large and convenient amphitheatre w&3 being vigorously pros ecuted. Gentlemen who wish ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 19 September 1854

t r NASHVILLE TUESDAY HORNINfc, SEPT, 19, 1854. ' Auction Sals or Groceries. The large and ex tensive Auction Sale of Groceries by Hart & Ho lixoswortii takes place on next Thursday at 10 o'clock, A, M. TnKrRF Let it be remembered that to-night is set apart for the benefit of Mr. Dickinson. As this is his list appearance, we hope to see a good house. NAsnriLLE Ladies' College. Since the estab lishment of this school, some four years ago, under the superintendence of the Rev. R, A. Lapsley, it has grown into an importance commensurate with the educational demands of the city, and of the country contiguous to Nashville. From the first it has had an uninterrupted career of prosperity and usefulness. The large hall occupied by the school baa been constantly full at this time there are more applicants than can gain admission. To the untiring industry of Dr. Lapslev as Principal, and of Mr. Horrs as Assistant, this unprecedented suc cess is mainly attributable. The teachers are ladies...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 19 September 1854

BOOTS, SHOES, &C. JAltES W. HAHILTOX , g8Sx rUUXR. HAMILTON A- FULLER, TENNESSEE BOOT AND SHOE MANTJFACTORY, Corner of Mnrkct and Spring Ms., NASHVILLE, TENN. WE have in store, and are daily man ufacturing-yf work of the following lands, from the bestSs 111, MO TiuiA.uiuuuip oi wuicii we wan uu MEN'S superfine Calf Boots, sawed and pegged; " and boys' fine " Shots, " " " " " Kip Boots, double front and sole; i Qnge .. u .. Thick Boots, doable sale; NEGRO BROQANS, double soled; Women's Plantation Shoes; House Servants' Shoes; Voutha' and children's coarse and fine shoes: ALSO LADIES' Calf Boots, sewed and pegged; " Morocco " " Kid " " ' " Lasting Gaiters; Also, a geaenUassortment of Stock; All of which we tell nearly as cheap &3 the Eastern article can can now be bought, and of a superior quality. HAMILTON A FULLER. N. B. We haTe engaged the services of an experienced Foreman, and are now prepared to make all kinds of work to order. tST Repairing neatly done with all possible...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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