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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 20 October 1854

MggW.Ci3Wlfi,Blliiij . ... ,..yip--r,-. n-,,, VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1834 NO 4M silA S MA I LJ E TJNrON A YD AME 5S3 V 1 . ' '4: 'a! i 'UNION AND AjIERIGAN. OEFICJ3 Aos. 9 uud 11, Beaderick'Street. lTHR WfJSKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isfuroished ' subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one fear in advance. $2 50; within .tliejrear $8 OOjatlheend f Uiq rear ft OU. Cldbs Of five and upwards $2 00 ' ter -copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived lor six months at the foregoing rates. r. leTRI-WEKKLY is published every Tuesday rhnrsdnj arid Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if nm paia .a advance, 6. The UA1LY is published at Eight Dollars. ,-TTHE MONEY r LL CASES TO ACCOMFAN1 SIJBSCRIPTI0S.J.3 'omittances of subscriptions mav be uada.by mail-at our risk. caper will be sent eut of the State unless the order is ac companied with the cash. SOIIT1IBKS Gommcrciai College. AND WRITING INSTITUTE. TI1E first term of this College will com mence...

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. — 20 October 1854

aw ft 4' . . 'DlULY$$, TRI-WEEKLY$5; WEEKLY '$2 50 OFFICE SOS. 8 AKiTnDEADEEICK STREET. G. C. TORBETT & CO. E. G. EASTMAN. M. C. C CHUECH, and 0. C. TORBETT. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER. 20, 1854. THE PAIR. To-day (Friday) the exhibition of blooded horses comes off; and the additional attraction of the com petition by the ladies for the prize for equestrienne ship will draiY immense crowds to the fairgrounds. On Saturday, the fair will close, with a further exhibition of live stock. During the morning 61 Saturday, at aboutll o'clock, the Hon. M. P. Gcrr--nr 'will deliver an address. bo -Our friends in the country and in tho neighboring frowns will find the lair richly worth visiting these last two days. . An usually large crowd were in attendance iatVthe Tair Grounds on- yesterday. The day Aval1 'fine and pleasant, and all went away at the - close delighted with the exhibition of stock. Sum Smer took the lead: -she may well bo proud of her "slock, when such specimens can be exhibite...

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. — 20 October 1854

WSJ 3 V. !4: 4 NASHVILLE -FRIDAY .HORNING, OCTOBER. 20. 1834 l'!KE Funn. AYo acknowledge the Teceipt of tlie barrel of flour exhited at the fair by M. D. Da vie, Lsq., of tho Phcenlx Mills, Montgomery court ty. , This sample attracted particular notice at the . lair, both 'from it3 very superior qutlity and from the beautiful and costly tyle of the barrel which t contained it. We assure the thousands who admlr- ed'its appearance at the fair, that the flour, tested ,Jas we have tested it in the shape of well-made bis -'cnit, is worthy of still higher praise. - We receive this excellent present through the house of V. H. Gohdou & Co. And we there , .fore take it for granted that our city readers can ' enjoy a luxury by sending there an order for a bar- . rel of Phoenix Mills." -' Q$r We call attention to the Auction sale of Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c, at A.B. Robektsos's store - this morning at 9 o'clock. Bargains may be had. Mr. J. B. Roberts. Our theatre goers will be ,-,!eascd ...

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. — 20 October 1854

SI,1- I f 1 t ' l e ' e- -iff- r .... MISCELLANEOUS. 'TirE shout cousr crop QP THE SIJASOtf U a ralamity most seriously felt and deeply deplored'by alL Dut notwithstanding tho crop wiU to a lare extent, be cutoff, it Is Dot entirely without remedy. This Lstobefound.in a machine known as leaviJt's-Patsat Portable Corn Mill and Crasher, .which ia recommended to the attention of the farmer and itoek raiser ashighly worthy of their especial notice. TheMUlUttrong and. duraUt, perfectly simple tn ttt contlrutlion, and admirably adapted to the purposes for which it is designed, vie The shelling and grinding of corn and crashing of com and oob together, grinding, suitable for fimily use, three bushels ot meal per hour; crushing corn and cob sir to eight bushels per hoar, and sbellin? twenty bushels of corn in the same length of time all of which it accomplishes with perfect ease to the ani mals, (two horses being required,) and 'entire satisfaction of the purchaser. This Mill is desirable 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. — 21 October 1854

If Tf' VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1854 IMA A1 "yw'j NASHVILLE UNION AND ..AMERICfI i UNION AND AMERICAN OFFICE Nos. 9 and 11, Deadcrick Street. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN fsfurnished Subscriber at the following rates : Single copies, one tear ,n advance, if. ou; wnnm mo yearns w; el toe end f the rear 44 Oft. Cures Of five and upwards $2 00 per eopy for one year. Clubs u subscribers will be re wivsd lor&txmontns at the foregoing rates. nTRI-WKEKLY is published every Tuesday rhursdy, oa Saturday, at to per annum in ad ranee; it nuspaia tdvanoe, is'. Hie OMLY is nuh'isheda.t'FiVM Dollar. MJTTHE MONEY I VLL CASES TO ACCOMFAN1 SUBSCRIPTION'- at 'euiittances of subscriptions mar be rxado by mall at our risk. , uper will be sent out of the State unless the order Is ac companied villi the cash. SOUTHBJtif Commercial College, WRITING INSTITUTE rr,UE first term of this College will com X uience on MONDAY, Feb. 13, in the iunreaud spacious room in Cooper's block. ...

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. — 21 October 1854

pttljj Wm American DAILY $8; TIU-W'EEKLY So; WEEKLY&W OFFICE-NOS. 9 axd 11, DEADERICK STREET. G. C. TOItBETT At CO. E. 0. EASTMAN, VL C. C. CHURCH, and 0. C. T0E3ETT. SATURDAY MORNING. OCT. 21, 1854. THE FAIR. "We cannot review tie exhibition of tlooded horses-on yesterday, in our paper this morniDg, nd do it insticp Vhil Tenuessee is perhaps be hind some ot the other States in some species of stock, she is not afraid to compete with the world in the exhibition of horse-flesh. The horses, mares, and geldings, both of blood and carnage stock, were numerous, and of the very highest merit. Epsihn and Gamma, the well-known horse and brood-mare of Gen. Habdino, took the leading premiums for aged blood stock. They have won for their enterprizing owner silver plate enough, if coined, to supply the county with small change. The stock of Dr. Shelbt, CoL Elliott, Col Guild, and others, was also well represented. We refer to the list -of premiums. There were about seven thousand visitors 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. — 21 October 1854

t t N jn. dor by. can F "w J? f 9 N A SHVILLE SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 81, 1854. Zf The Panorama of the Tew Testament con tinue on exhibition at Odd Fellow's Hall, drawing nightly crowds of admiring spectators. This pre sentation of the scenes in the life of Christand o her events in the Sacred Record, awaken the pu rest and hol ojt affections of the heart, and is well vortuyra visit from rjur discriminating citizens. 05" The Lecture on Thursday evening before the Mechanics' Institute by Handle Mac&avooic, Esq.j was very largely attended. We could not be present ourselves, but hear it highly spoken of by those who were. Mr. McG. is .one cf our most ohasle and graphic writers, and we doubt not those who heard him on tho above occasion will bear out this general opinion. NEWS ITEMS. - Pbssioni Under the law and rules of thePen Mon Bureau, it is held that when a widow, pen-, Moned under the act of July 21, 1848, contracts another marriage, the agent must require her pen sion certific...

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. — 21 October 1854

' I' MISCELLANEOUS. 1 yUE SHORT, CORN CHOP i OF THE SEASON' is a calamity most seriously felt &at 1 deeply deplored by all Dutnotwithstanding tbe crop ' will to a largeextent, bo cut off, it is not eulirely without t reaieuy. iuiBtawiwiuuuuma macnine Known as -IrsaTitt's Patent Portable Com Mill and Crusher, b-iS!'-ll rec',m?e?l?elto,leattent'on of tb fanner and stodrraiser as highly worthy of their especial notice eton. and admirably apted to the purposes fcr .which it is designed, vir-iThe shelling and grSff of corn and crushing of corn and h .r.,i, !Jl suitable for family use, three bushels of meal mt hour crushing corn and cob six to eight bushels per Lour, and she. mx twenty bushels of com in the same length of time all or which it accomplices with perfect ease to the ani ml3. (two horses being required,) and entire satisfaction of the purchaser. This .Mill is desirable to the farmer and stock raiser for many reasons 1st It is the only portable mill having the combined capa...

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. — 22 October 1854

ASH? AMERICAN; VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1854 N ILLE UNION AND NO 413; 1' i ;nion and American. OWICE-Xos. 9 and II, Deaderick Street. T.iE WKKKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isfuroished u MiiMcribersat the following rates: Single copies, one veer in advance. $2 50; witnin tne yearfti w, at tne end f the Tear 4 00. Clubs Of fire and inwards 2 00 1-er wpy for one voir. Clubs of subscribers will be re- eivd lor sis months at the foreeomsr rates. T YKMVEBKLY is published every Tuesday rhuredy ti.n naturday, at 6 per annum in advance; li nospaia .a luvunce, f o. li a UA1LV is rrablished at Heht Dollars. fc "THE MONEY f VLL CASES TO ACC0MFAN1 iUJJSCRIPTIOS - tti- nit uncos of subscriptions ma ba tiade by mail at our r6i. . per will be sent out of the State unless the order b ac- luujpamea wiui tne caao. t-MMH-ny I ... XI., i" SOUTHEIIA (Jommercial College, WRITING INSTITUTE. rpHE first term of this College will com , .L nience on MONDAY, Feb. 18, in the h rgeaudfpacious room ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 October 1854

ft: ; L DAILY $8; TRI-fFEBKL Y 5; WEEKLY$25Q OFFICE NOS. 9llEADERICK STEEET. G. C. TORBETT A- CO. I ' 32. G. EASTMAN, Ii.CC. CHURCH, and 0, C. TORBETT. SUNDAY MORNLNG, OCTOBER 22, 1854. See first Page. fg There were four deaths from yellow fever in Augusta last Thursday. Yellow Fetek is Charleston. There were 79 deaths in Charleston for the week ending October 15th, of which 47 whites and one black died of Yellow Pevcr. PENNSYLVANIA. The Louisville Journal does not agree with those who think the anti-Nebraska feeling occasioned the late result in Pennsylvania. We give its views of the result below, not as endorsing them, but to let our readers see the explanation of a leading south ern whig paper of the causes of the apparent rev olution. The Journal says: Penkstlvaxia EuCTioN.-The. results , of this election am quite remarkable, owing to the infu sion of Native-Americanism, luiow-Nothingism, Liquor-Lawism, Anti-Nebraskaism, &c, into the ' popular miss. These disturbing elements...

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 October 1854

- '4 A, ASHVILLE AND AMERICA VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24 1854 NO 414, UNION N pi. m i, UNION AND AMERICAN Ofc't'lCE-No-.. 9 aud 1 1, Dendcrltk Street. TilK rt'tCKiA" UNION AMI AMtRlUAN" Islurnished fe utocnlJtf uie lolluwiug rate; Single copies, one Vr in advance, it jo; trMxm the year3 W, at tbend J the year f i 0. Clubs Of five aud onwards t'l W t tints for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re- vd lor i . months bi the forezoine rates. r ,9 l Ki-WEEKIA is published evry Tuesday 'hursdty r.n (Saturday, at f 5 per annum in advance; u si. ,ua dvuci-, 40. The AlLY is Dublished at Eio-ht Dalian. .-7-TliK MONEY I LL CASES TO ACCOMFANi SUIMtJRliTIO. ee "paii'iances ot subscriptions tna be isade by mail .t our . aper will be sent out of the State unless the ordei U sc- vnianied with the cash. S O V T II E It N Goismcrcial College, WRITKG INSTITUTE. THE hrst term of this College will com-m,-oeeon MONDAY, Feb. 18, in the larjeeaud spacious room in Cooper's block. im ...

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. — 24 October 1854

OFFICE NOS. 9akb11, DEADERICK STKEET. G. C. TORBETT & CO. E. G. EASTMAN, M. C. 0. CHTJECH, and 0. C. TOBBETT. TUSDAY'MOBNING, OCTOBER 21, 1S54. THE BANNER AND NORTHERN POLITICIANS. -Che Zimnrt- is still engaged in showing that the northern democrats do not entirely agree with the southern democrats, on the slavery question. It is of no consequence, in the Banner's opinion, that these northern democrats arrive at the same con clusion with the southern democrats as to the power of Congress over the subject. They must reach this conclusion by the same road, or the Ban ner "will not be satisfied. It is worthy of constant remark, that we have not "yet been able to extract from the Banner a word of comment on the course of the northern -whig3 in this crisis. We are left to suppose that it approves their course and their conduct. It care fully suppresses all the facts relative to their present objects and designs, and leaves its readers to sup pose that these northern democrats, who ar...

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 October 1854

IfV- -1 vj t NASHVILLE TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1854 EST Maj. EASTixAir, of thi3 paper, left on the 'ars for Ivnosville, on last evening, to attend the iJivieton Fair of East Tennessee, which commences on to morrow. MR. WILLIAM" COOPER, ARTIST. We advise ourfrientls, who are fond of fine paict 3ng, to call at Sir. William CoorjER'a studio, No. 2C, Cheiry street They may there see striking like nesses of some familiar faces, affording fine speci mens of die great skill of the Artist in portraiture. The relief, attitude and expression of his pic Uiru?, impart to them a lively movement, by which they seem illusively to breathe, speak and stand iff from the canvass as living being3; constituting a perfection in the art, of which "Old Cleanthes" never dreamed. His fine paintings in the foregoing respeeU remind us of the story of the grapes of Jieuxi?, and the linen cloth of Parrhasius. His paintings in that way will compare favorably with those of Menu, Gainsborough, Lawrexce and Kev...

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 October 1854

- A . MISUKULANKOUS. TUB ftllOItT tORN CltOl' OF THE SEASON iaacjlamity mot seriously felt and Jeejlr depTo-vd bjall. Hat notwithstanding the crop will to a lar -ee teat, be cut olT.it is not entirely without XCH1 UjT 1 lll IS k I W IMUUU 1U O 1U,UIUC (Maun Liivit?s Pate: Partahl9 Cora Jlill and Crosaer, vrhic i i"e(riiii..-e ded to the attention of the lirmer and slack rawer as nighty worthy. i.f llieir ei-pecial notice. 7r MW u g anl AvrnUe, perfectly rimp e in Ui (iMr(w ani ad-iiirably adapted to the purposes tT which iindeMned,viE -Tbe shelling and grinding ol corn-and crushing uf corn and cob together grinding. suiUUewrTitn.H Ve. three buhels of meal per hour; crmhiuir corn and cob aix u. eight bushels per hour, and sheltin i twenty buahel of corn in the Mine length of time -all ..f which' it acc.mpli.hes Aith pf rfect ee to the ani mild (tn.h.rei being required,) and entire satisfaction TuiMill Ude-iirable to the firmer and stock raiser for m 1st Iltuntlie only portable mill h...

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 October 1854

ASHVILLE AND AMERICA 5 VOL. XXY. NASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1854 UNION N, NO m &M1 UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE Nos. 0 and 11, Deaderick Street. TUt: WL'tKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isfurnishcd a Mitwcribors at the following rates: Single' copies, one year in advance. $:! 5c; within the yeart S 00; at the end uf the year 4 00. Clubs Of fire and upwards f 3 00 per copy for one Tear. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived krxmouths at the foregoing rates. T ie TI'I-WKEKLY is published every Tuesday rhursdsT ind Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if nu; paio. ,a tdvatice. ?. The UAILYigpublisLed at Eicht Dollars. trTIlI" MONEY I VLL CASES TO ACCOMFANi SUBSCRIPTION-. ne iMt:nccs of subscription qui be Made by mall at our rifc. iver will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac- ctxupuuied with the cash. SO U T II E It Pi" Commercial College, WRITING INSTITUTE. rjMIE first tenn of this College will com I niivn A r.u -to il. ie larse aud spacious room in Goopers block....

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 October 1854

I DAILY TJil-WEEKL Y So; WEEKLY $2 50 OFFICE NOa 9 akd 11, DEADERICK STREET. : G. C. TOIIRETT As CO. E."G. E&STX&H'U. C. C. CHURCH, and O. C. TOEBETT. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT. 23, 1851. WORTH REMEMBERING. The South may well remember that the fierce crusade against her institutions is not instigated by Catholics or foreigners. Among the three thousand clergymen who blasphemously, "in the namo of Almighty -God," protested against the passage of the Nebraska bill, there wa3 no Catholic The alli ance of the anti-Nebraskaites and the Know-No-things in Ohio was perfect and entire. They are native .mencans in the Northern States who are fighting the battle against the South. The only papers in New York which defend the South, so far as we now recollect, are the Herald, edited by a Scotchman, and the Citizen, edited by Jons Alrrcn eix, an Irishman, who has not yet been long enough in the country to bo entitled to naturalization pa- pers. Wo are aware that this will be no argu ment wi...

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 October 1854

1 NASHVILLE VEXKSDAY JIOItKIXC, OCT. 25, 1854. TV Til. e).wt KmlOTi drpr1mr nvdnini i. that which r-i ' ifcajm want t iMtoi at lU lo pmoetiotttt. emtf nd thf ' ',' 1"'rJ'yfrtUjr.!lb. lo.raci ratio wiOn circulation. AaUucir. t " iii-m "T!W Vttton au.1 Anwnc&D lacouuaon 10 tlta wtd cohuaufat t, and la i twifMwj; wuh il uirreaM of wnrtitY Bad Ticiu.l toana.as an adm. (- t..M" uwitfc4.rpaw..Rmcuntjcmt. It will be seen by reference lo their Adver-ti-'ement that II. Goncox & Co. sell to-day at Miction, and without reserve, a large and extensive 4 n!ortment of groceries. Tbvthe. Mr. Kobkrts enacted Gloster, in Phaksjiearc's play of Richard the 7hird, on Monday oveninjj. The house was well filled, and we were lkf.ied to see that a large proportion of the audi ence was ladies, a compliment to Mr. R., of which ) h every way deserving. TWn years since, Mr. Roberts first visited Nash ville c3 a member of the stock company. At that time the world wag so much occupied with politics thai t...

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. — 25 October 1854

MISCELLANEOUS. ! THE SHOUT CORN CHOP F THE SEASON isacaiamity mosi seriously ieit ana V deeply deplored by all. Bat notwithstanding the crop j will to a large extent, be cut off, it is not 'entirely without remedy. This is to be found in a machine known as . Leavitt's Patent Portable Corn Hill and Crusher, whichls recommended to the attention of the farmer and i stock raiser as highly worthy of their especial notice. I'M Jlu: u strong ana avraou, ptrjecuy nmpie n v amttrvUon, and admirably adapted to the purposes for which it isdesicied, vir The shelling and grinding of corn and crushing of corn and cob together; grinding, suitable for family use, three bushels of meal per hour; crushing corn and cob six to eight bushels per hour, and Bhellinz twenty bushels of corn in the same length of time all of which it accomplishes with perfect ease to the ani mals, (two horses being required,) and entire satisfaction of the purchaser. This Will is desirable to the farmer and stock raiser for ...

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