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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 30 November 1854

NASHVILI.i: TT17-T-A-1 U 1 1U1 j AINU AMERICAN VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1854 NO 4W; TTNTOIST AND AMERICAN. OFFICE NO. 11. DEADERICK. STREET. HIE WEEKLY ONION AND AMERICAN la furnished i m -( tkj.f.OtAin'n(r rutM! Kinfrlft (Y)T11(4L OHO year in advance $2 50; within the year $300 ; at the end otthe vear?4UU- , , copy for one year. Club of subscnbers will be received lor sir months at the foregoing rates. rriU-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, Thursday .-. i . . . KM ;n nmnM'(fnntm n in ana aaiuruay, at apcriiuuuiu m - v. 4 advance, $6. ineUAllil IS puousucu m r.ij;ui,trui.oio. ,Mml, t-TIIB -MONEY IX ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY SUBSCRIPTIONS. . . .. , Je-nittancesofsubscriptionsmaybemadeby mail ai Vo paper will be sent out of thoStateunless the order is compamea wuu uie cau. , . . -1... - , jr. ..njAMifwnfi that no naner rwill -1 wewisuu aisiiccii 1 u u r . - :e discontinued until all arrearges are paid, except at ption ofthe publishers. tthe Fare Reduced! 2 CABIN...

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. — 30 November 1854

iralglraM American. DAILYS8; TRI-WEEKLY $5; WEEELY&bQ OFFICE-NOS. 9 act 11, DEADERICK STKEET. G. C. TORBETT A CO. E. o. EASTMAN, M. C. c! CHURCH, and G. C. TOREETT. THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 30, 1854. THANKSGIVING DAT, "We shall spend this day in an earnest endeavor to be properly thankful for the temporal blessings which we enjoy, and most of our readers will do the simp. We are citizens of "a ereat country." We are members ofa great and patriotic political party, Health, save in localities which deserved chas tisement, has prevailed in our borders. Peacs is nt nrofusion. of - I' VI tho fruits. of the earth for man and beast For all this we should be thankful. We shall give e ery one al.out our establishment the chance to be thankful for a dayofrest.byissuing.no paper to morrow. TUB KNOW NOTHINGS. The Tnte Whin fills a column with extracts show . ing that, in the opinion of some of the free-soil pa pers, the know-nothings cannot be trusted to carry on the free-soil agitation. Qamm...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 30 November 1854

ajiiijli"in" ..i.,.ri' ,,i m.wn.'i NASHVILLE: T A--ertjer Tbt eh.. Mat drprtif.r inrJmn ia thai vkieh "Me ln$ut number ot rtaden M tk lowed jreport-fl eettr 4 Or drAUxaf a!reruuu- will b m exact raUftwtl)) ih curaU-tHm. At thfl etr HlatKM of ib Untn n"l AtncncajiiaCeanmiHi l the whole cotamunitf, and u '"7 wimnay who w itKreftae ot our cut ami victual wwu, aa an aaw "' iDFUJum ufturpataeaul iu eomtmporuiea. THOS. S. 3IARR IS THE GENERAL AGENT OF THIS PAPER FOR COLLECTING SUBSCRIPTIONS, ADVERTISING, AC. THURSDAY MORNING, NOT. 30, 1851. For the Union and American. "METAPHYSICANS " Mess&3. Editors: I wish to reply, through the medium of your liber! journal, to soma crude and shadowy deductions in the Gazette of yesterday morning. The editor of that paper, having made three unsuccessful attempts at provoking a war of words on the subject of Spiritualism, in the despe ration of his efforts has let out the secret of his hos tility. He evidently wants some one to reply to kim through h...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 30 November 1854

CIGARS, GHLOCERIES,&C. A. KERR & CO., TEFOSTZES OF 0E5TOTE HAVANA CIOAES, SMOKING AND CHEWING- TOBACCOS. FRENCH U RANDIES, WINES, BITTERS, SCOlClfALES, LONDON AND DUBLIN pOBTfiK, CORDIALS, FRUITS, Ac, 7 21 Cedar Street, opposite the Verandah. nor AArt HAVANA, MEXICAN AND ZODUUU GERMAN CIGARS. The largest and best euu i rted stock In Nashville, comprising all kinds, qual ities, ehapesand aires, most of which are the richest fla Tored, and costliest Cigars that come from Havana. Also, 10 barrels Havana Smoking Tobacco, (direct impor tation,) with the choicest assortment of Virginia Smoking and Chewing Tobacco in the market. Dealers and users i fthe above are respectfully invited to give us a call, and eiamitie our stock and prices before buying' elsewhere; as tre re ttilinjr wholesale and retail as low as such can bo bid in C.y market in the Union. A. KERR A CO., itTl8 No. 21 Cedarstreet. TTRBXPlr HRAND1ES, WINKS. CORDIALS, J? FRUITS, ftc STOctoves fine French Brandies, Ber ta...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 2 December 1854

AND JL VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1854 NO US NASHV LLE UNION AMERICAN, 't if .' Us! UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE NO. 1 1, DEADERICK. STREET. ME WEEKLY ONION AND AMERICAN Is furnished Vi) subscribers at the following rates : Single copies, one year in advance 2 SO; within the year $300 ; at the end ot the year $4 00- - CLum Of five, at one office, and upwards $2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will bereceived lor air months at tne loregoing rates. rriU-WEEKLVIs published every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at $5perannum in advance; if not paid in advance, js. fhe DAILY is published at Eicht Dollars. FSTTUE MONEY IN ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY SUBSCRIPTIONS, ieiiittancesofsubscriptionsmaybetnadeby mail at our risk. io paper will be sent out of tha State unless the order is ac companies: witu tne rasn. iTWewishit distinctly understood thnt no paper will le discontinued until all arrearges are paid, except at he jpUon of tne publishers. Fare Reduced! J CA...

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

DAILYS8; TRI- WEEKL Y $5; WEEKLY $2 50 OFFICE N03. 9 axd 11, DEADEBICK STREET. G. C. TORBETT Ac CO. E. Q. EASTMAN, H. C. C. CHURCH, and G. C. TOEBETT. SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. 2, 1854. THE NEWS. The telegraphic despatches show that the allies are making but slow progress before Sebastopol. "We heartily hope they will catch a sound drubbing from the Czar, and begin to think there h a pretty good chance for it. The details of news from different quarters in our paper to-day will be found highly interesting. THE BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD AND ITS KENTUCKY CONNECTION. The following is a copy of a letter addressed to Gen. Leslie Combs, President of the "Lexington and Danville Railroad. Pendleton, S.C., Nov. 17, 1854. Sir: This road will undoubtedly terminate at the mouth of the Holston, and it is time to com mence obtaining information in regard to the best route north. The route from Paris via Richmond, London, Williamsburg, Wheeler's Gap, Clinton, on Clinch river, mouth of Hickory Creek, to the...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 2 December 1854

5 : It.. NASHVILLE: S.!?"""Tehww,", medium ia Iku whick In . lrj.t Buratxr ol re.den l Ibc loww propwuwuu Co; .nj Ih. Sfultil? 1 ?,,,m"I i nn rau wuh Ui. circulation. A. at eir. ceiuiaa er the IJnwn Uii Amentia u commas to the whole commuoitj, ud U -TI wcreeeiny with the luereLM of ourcilr aaii vjcjo&l lowiu, u in idrer. rum; medium ilurpijl iu coottruponnn. TIIOS. S. MARK IS THE GENERAL AGENT OP THIS PAPER FOR COLLECTING SUBSCRIPTIONS, ADVERTISING, AC. SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. 2, 1854. BENEFIT OF MR. COWELL. The Theatre-goers, judging from the correspon dence in another column, are determined to give Mr. Cowkll a bumper at his benefit to-night. He has been a favorite with Nashville audiences for many years, and 'has worthily earned the high place he occupies as the favorite comedian. We do not believe there is a better actor, in his pecu liar line, in the country. Ic the private walks of life he is an estimable gentleman. For all this, and because he has now made Nashville his pe...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 2 December 1854

Silt. ft' ft- CIGARS, GROCERIES,&C. A. KERR & CO. IMPOBTEBS OF GENUINE HAVANA CIGAES, SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCOS. FRENCH BRANDIES, WINES, BITTERS, SCOICITALES, LONDON "AND DUBLIN PORTER, CORDIALS, FRUITS, Ac, fi 31 Cedar Street, opposite the Verandah. OQC Afifi HAVANA, MEXICAN AND ZOD.UUU GERMAN CIGARS. The largest and best asj ' rted stock in Nashrille, comprising all kinds, qual ities, shapes and sizes, most of which are the richest fla- vorea, ana cosuiest. jigansuianwiuoiiuu AlsnlO harrels Havana Smoking Tobacco, f direct impor tation,) with the choicest assortment of Virginia Smoking and Chewing Tobacco in the market. Dealers and users f the above are respectfully invited to give us a call, and aamine our stock and prices before buying elsewhere, as we are selling wholesale and retail as low as such can be bad in any market in the Union. A. KERR A CO., mayl8 No. 21 Cedarstreet, TTaiKNClI BRANDIES, WINKS. CORDIALS, J." i BUl IS, Ac z7 uewvesnne rrencn uranaies, tier ne...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 3 December 1854

NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICA VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3t 1854 NO US in- ,y: in UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE NO. 1 1, DEADERICK STREET. I'UE WEEKLY ONION AND AMERICAN 1$ furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance (2 SO; within the year $300; at thaend ot the year $4 00- Cura Of tire, at one office, and upwards $2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will bercceive i t )T six months at the foregoing rates. TTRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at $5perannum in advance; if not paid in adrance, ?8. The DAILY it published at Eight Dollars. VW THE MOSEY IN ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY HUUSUIUF TIONS. JpEL Is-n'tttancesofsubscriptions may be made by mail at cur rise paper will be sent out of tho State unless the order is eoiunanifld with th cafth. JSTWewUhit distinctly understood that no paper will discontinued until all arrearges are paid, except at the )puon oftue publishers. Fare Reduced 1 1 CABIN PASS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 3 December 1854

4 DAILY $8; TRI-WEEKLY b; WEEKLY $2 50 OFFICE NOS. 9 akd 11, DEADERICK STREET. G. C. TORBETT & CO. E. G. EASTMAN, K. C. C CHURCH, and O. C. TOBBETT. SUNDAY MORNING, DEC. 3, 1854. THE TRUE WHIG ON KNOW NOTHINGISM. . . The True Whig is delighted with the remark of the Boston Atlas a leading whig paper, by the way that, in Massachusetts, "nine excellent (whig) Members of Congress havo been dismissed," &a, and know-nothings, who are not known to be so . reliable a3 anti-slavery men, elected in their places. So, in proving that the know nothings are not abolitionists, the True Whig has" to assume that the whig? are. The story of the man who was doubtful whether he had found a cart or lost a horse applies in thi3 cise very welL Giles had got drunk and gone to sleep in his cart. Some mischievous fellows took the horse from the cart and led him off. And when Giles woke up ho held this con versation with himself: "Am I Giles, or am I not? If I am Giles, I have lost a horse. If I am n...

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

BH 1P -ir- 5f 4 It i ' N ASHYILLE: To AOmiw T ClMrw, J beit adrenuinE medium U thu whlck rteat tfta Uqp-it nasaber 01 rradert at tb lowest propwrtioaatt coct; ud lb . , m niwiiwiHnwiivi wui -wan(WHIUDU mm .'r twMDj' with the imimm f arTty t vicinal tBt,u a4wr- mm-vw murpumauiu comriDponmca. THOS. S. SIA.RR IS THE GENERAL AGENT OF THIS PAPER FOR COLLECTING SUBSCRIPTIONS, ADVERTISING, AC. SUNDAY MORNING, DEC. 3, 1854. 2TThe Ladies of St Vincent's Orphan Society, hive delayed their acknowledgments to the public, in consequence of several contributions being hand ed in, subsequently to the Orphans' Supper. Isow, with united voices, we express our grate ful thanks, to the liberal community in general, and, we feel it our duty do so, particularly to the Protestant portion thereof, whose cheerful responses to our solicitation, removed the unpleasantness usu allynttendant upon begging expeditions. May their charities be for them the "bread cast upon the waters, etc." " The very handsome sum...

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. — 3 December 1854

if t. CIGARS, GRQCERIS,&C. A, KERR & CO,, IHFOETERS OF GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS, SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCOS. FRENCH BRANDIES, WINES, BITTERS, SOOICHALES. LO VDONASD DUBLIN PORTER, CORDIALS, FRUITS, 4c, . 21 Cedmr Street, opposite the Verandah. OQ AAfl HAVANA, MEXICAN AND ZOOUUU GERMAN CIGARS The largest and best awo rted stock in Nashville, comprising all kinds, qual ities, -tpes and sizes, most of which are tba richest Ca vort! id costliest Cigars that come from Havana. A: " ) 1 0 ban-els Havana Smokinjj Tobacco, (direct impor-tati-i". . ith the choicest assortment of Virginia Smoking an-1 ' ing Tobacco in the market. Dealers and users t f the av ire are respectfully invited to give us a call, and r ur slock and prices before buying elsewhere, as we i xet tog wholesale and retail as low as such can be bad r.. any market in the Union. A. KERR 4 CO., ma IS No. 21 Cedarstreet. r PCU Hit AN DIES, WINES, COitDlAXS, CITS, Ac. 27 Octoves fine French Brandies. Ber h s Otard, Signett...

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. — 5 December 1854

AND AME Ht". VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1854. NO 450 1YI A OTTirTT T 1? UNION RICAN 1 1 n i n 1 I i i i i n i " -1- -B-J JLJ JJi 1 1 m : Stt . tf "4 in . IS UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE NO. 1 1, DEADERICK. STREET. I'UE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates : Single copies, one year m advance fa 50; witmntneyearlfaoo; at toe end ot the Year 84 00- CiMBi Of five, at one office, and upwards 52 00 per In.-. f ...... m-. .r, t " I M 1. J BntiGltpihdNWllt kaMUMVOil lor sixmonths at the foregoing rates. rrRI-WEBlCLYis published e very Tuesday, Thursday ana Saturday, at $o per annum in aavance; u noi paia iu advance, . The DAILY is published at Eiuht Dollars. -TUE MONEY IN ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY SUBSCRIPTIONS. &mitUrcesofsubscripuonsmaybemadeby mail at cur rislr. o paper will be sent out ofthaStateunless the order U ac companied mm me casn. jOVe wish it distinctly understood that no paper will .e discontinued until all afrearges ...

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. — 5 December 1854

5 -W;-r'. 3 Iralg Iran & American. OFFICE -NOS. 9 and 11, DEADERICK STREET . C. C. TORBETT Ac CO. B. O. EASTMAN, H. C. C. CHURCH, and Q. C. TOBBETT. TUESDAY MORNING, DEC. 5, 1854. MOSEY AND BUSINESS MATTERS. In produce there is nothing doing of which re liable quotations can be made, nor do we anticipate ny activity in that department until we have nav igation. The planters are generally in easy circum F.tances, and will hold on for higher prices, particu larly as the crop is a very short one. A fair business is doing in Dry Goods and Gro ceries. Monty continues very tight, which complaint ap pears to bo general throughout all the prominent cities of the Union. It would be pleasant to have ' a let up, if it only lasted a few days. In New York the stringency is unabated, and the ten dency of even the substantial stock is down 1 down! and downwards; and the rates for money exorbitant Here in Nashville the order of the day is "contraction;" and although Hard Times obtrudes his ugly...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 5 December 1854

NASHTILLE: JJi v ?,'""" ' mmi nua villi tha circuLuoo. ink. eir. tuuuoa of li 'J.n . l Ammcu i.e.romoo to till wbolt commUBhr, six! u Timlin tnofrlifim knfAi (1 . .. . . . ii ivtuirinfvrmriBoU TIIOS. S. 31 A It It IS THE GENERAL AGENT OF THIS PAPER FOR COLLECTING SUBSCRIPTIONS, ADVERTISING, AC. TUESDAY MORNING, DECS, IS54 gF" Don't fail to attend the sale of beautiful Building Lots in West Nashville this day at 11 o' clock, A. IL A number of persons purchased lots in West Nashville last year, and have realized 50 cent on their investments. Omnibusses will run from the public square to the lots free of charge. The sale of West Nashville Lots, advertised by Lindsley fc Crockett, will take place on the same day. The Ericsson Inventiok. The Captain General of Cuba has granted patent privileges for 5 years to Field Marshal D. Ignacio Chacon, for the intro duction of the Ericsson invention, with the usual reservation in cases of its ieing proved that he can not carry it out The New Frigat...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 5 December 1854

fe-;! is??' Gt&ARS, GRQCERIES,&C. A. KERR & CO., ESIPORTEES OF GENUINE HAVANA CIGABS, SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCOS. F.RENCH RRANDIrS, WINES, BITTERS, . - , SCOlmALiX.LOD0XASVDUliLlX -poR'.ER,, cardials; fruits. 4c, "'21 -Cedar Street, opposite the Verandah. f OQ"X Ann HAVANA, MEXICAN AND 4 Zr' )UUU GERMAN CIGARS. The largest and . Ire' -oo rted stock in Nashville, comprising til kindi, qutl- , W " apesand'ze, most of which are tha richest sa ic r "nd costliest ijigars mat come iiora uavaua. A. j. 10 barrels Havana Smoklnir Tobacco, (direct itnnor- tin,, with the choicest assortment of Virginia Smoking tai Chewing Tobacco in the market. Dealers and users ftt.eaboTe are respectfully invited to give us a call, and A- dine our stock and prices before buying elsewhere, as TTtelIing wholesale end retailaslow as such can be ..itny ruarkeliathe'tfaion. A. KERR 4 CO., nvlS No. 21 Cedar-treef. "LTaiENClI BRANDIES, 1N.S,.UKi1ai, J? FRUITS, Aa-2r Octaves fine French Brandies, Ber Si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 6 December 1854

MSMTTTE VXUIX AMERICJ VOL. XXV. IASlxintLLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, AND in 1 1 UNION AND AMERICAN OFFICE NO. 1 1, DEADERICK STREET. CUE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at tM following rates t Single copies, one year in advance 2 50; vrittun me year ?suu; at tneeua Ct.ua Of are, at one office, and -upwards f 2 .00 per copy for one year. Olunsoi suDscnuerswm oerecervoa 1m. i r mnnlh nt lh foreoinff rates.' CTRt-WEEliLY is pubUshedejery Tuesday, Thursday' tna aiuraay( at 90 per annum wuwccj it uu ym u advance, ?o. j f)i nAir.vunn1lihi(I it Klfbt Dollars. BE" THE MONEY IN ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY) SU15SCKUTlUa.a3 , . ... Soaittancesjfaubscriptionsmybemaaeby mall aUM So'paper will be sunf out of tha Statennless the order is ae RHWewishit distinctly understood that no piper will .e discontinued until nil arreargea are paid, except at the spuon oftho publishers. , . Fare Reduced 1 1 CABIN PASS AG E FROM CIlAREESTON TO NEW YORK, TWENTY DOIiIiAJ&S. United States...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 6 December 1854

DAILY $8; TRI-WEEKLY $5; WEEKL Y $2 50 OFFICE NOS. 9 ixa 11, DEADERICK STREET . G. C. TOKBETT fc CO. E. 0. E ASTHAH, M. C. C. CHURCH, and G. C. TOBBETT. WEDNESDAY MORNING DEC. C, 1854. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. We see from the Louisville despatches that the President's Message was started from "Washington on Saturday evening, and it would reach Louisville Monday evening. If copies were forwarded direct for this place, we shall receive it to-night, and will publish it to-morrow morning. If it fails to reach here to-night, we shall no doubt receive it in sea son for Friday morning's paper. ELECTION FOP. MAJOR GESERAI . The proclamation of Gov. Johsson, ordering an election for Major General of tho 2d Division, on Saturday, the 20th day of January next, appears in this paper. We have already announced as a candidate for thisofnee CoL B. F. Cheatham, of this county. Not having noticed the announcement of any other candidate, it is not improper for us to say, that, if gallant and distinguishe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 6 December 1854

S&8f9Hi . ,rTv -.- ! ....IW. HW.WtB.rtWI ML l .. II tjMijPi?iiiiiwiirtiii-3aaBi3 MB W. t V .1 j: v. i : NASIVPDLE: -I'till'C"""', Tl"! Mrt drnnng tarAram it ibit !HieV . ..i ,uc 3r)V. !3,W'V ."Ox" WW wii tke ttrMilmtloi A, tie or. ' o-ott iu 1 A icutiuJLn ulooimna 10 Ui wbolc cwomunur. and i -ron ti in- ',, m 1 Aiuniuiuaono lo th wbol luomunujr, and i THOS. S. 3IARR IS THE GENERAL. AGENT1 OP XH13 BABEU FORCOLLEOTIN'risrjB'SCRIPTIONS, ADVERTISING, AC. : WEDNESDAY JttORNING' DjfeOi ' 01654. KANSAS. .... ' " 'eliayo'Tecoived a. copy .pf the..atia'2?ionKrj published at Kiekapoo Gity, KT'T, "The gaper is ' principally taken up with politics, preparatory to the election for Delegate to Congresi The. Pioneer is a strojg pro-slavery paper, and advocates the. election of Gen. J. W."VnrrEi?LT, formerly of this" Stele. We shall bd very glad to hear of the Gen eral's slection, both because of the side hoJa on, and because he is one ol the best and truest men in the world. - - . MR. TILTON'S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 6 December 1854

i wih p i ".V CIGARS, GROCERIES,&a! A. KERR & CO., IMPORTERS OF GENUINE HAVASA CIGARS, SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACC03. FRENCH BRANDIES, WINES, BITTERS, SCOICHALKS. LONDON AND DUBLIN PORTE, CORDIALS, FRD ITS, Ac, - 21 Cedar Street, opposite the Verandah. OOX ((( HAVANA, MEXICAN AND ZOD.UUU GERMAN CIGARS. The Unreal and best av rted stock in Nashville, comprising all kinds, qual ities, shapes and sizes, most ef which are the richest Sa vored, end costliest Cigars that come Irom H anna. Also. 10 barrels Havana Smokine Tobacco, (direct impor tation.) with the choicest assortment of Virginia Smoking and Chawing Tobacco in the market. Dealers and users f the above are resDectfuIlr invited to irive us a call, and eamine our stock and prices before buying elsewhere, as we are i-llinz wholesale and retail as low as such can he had in any market in the Union. A. KERR A CO.. mavis No. 21 Ced.irstrcet. F traVClI BRANDIES, WINES. COKDIALS, FitMTS, A 27 Octoves fine French Brandies; Ber sar...

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