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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 19 December 1854

MvC' AMER ii VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY, DECEMBEK 19, 1854 r A IIP i ' 1 IT ' ' v' I' i. UNION AKP AMERICAN. tlFl-'lOE-NO. 1 1, DEADERICK. STKEET. I'iiJS WEEKL UNION AND AMERICAS Is furnished no subscribers at tbefoliowing rates: Single copies, one Tzr "in advance $2 50-, within the year t 300; at the end otthevear$100- . . M .. Cto-Of five, at one office, and upwards-2 OO.per epy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will bereceived inrsixmonths at the foregoing rates. CTRI-WEBKLYis published every Tuesday, 'Thursday ani Saturday, at $5perannum inadvance;ifnot paid In advance, $6. , . ,, The DMLY is published atEightpoUars. -. or Tim MONEY IN ALL OASES TO ACCOMPANY SUBSCRIPTIONS. jZ lUmittaneesorsubscriptionsmaybemadeby mail at cur .topaer will bo sent out oftbs Stateunless the order is ac companied with the cash. j(,.(n MMrrll SpWe wish it distinctly understood that no paper w.H Mdlscoatinued until all arrearges are paid, except at the aptioa ofthe publishers. LARGE AND ELEOA...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 19 December 1854

L " , $ m w "WMWWpWWWPtlMMWBW ffm-T-rr-1 nimrirtwr-r-nTi ' "-' - - ; . ."SrlS&mmG&KN , ' L!!.!".' -VX , "'Ti' ,::p355RHW!ISf T"" i .inn i imwujk-jiijuPiiiiiTi-rTTnwiivniM wi n igiaiiBwigCTjgsggM ,-., r. Ilr , , - - , msammmmm i . mmmmmmmm 1 -ammBsemiaamimmmmmmmmmBmmmwim-M A4Z&r$8; TRI-WEEKLYb; WEEKLY $2 50 OFFICE NOS. and 11, DEADERICK STREET . G. C. TOKBETT At CO. E. G. EASTMAN, 2L C. C. CHTOCH, and G. C. TOBBETT. TUESDAY MORNING. DEC. 19, 1S54. MIDDLE DIVISION FAIR FOR 1855. The delegate members of the late division fair re-assembled in this city yesterday, and fixed upon the third Monday in October, 1855, and the fol lowing days, for the next Division Fair for Middle Tennessee, at Gallatin. Joseph G. Guild, Esq., was eleetcd President, and W. S. Mundat, Esq., Secretary. Messrs. E. G. Eastman, F. E. Rains, and W. R. Elustok were elected Commissioners, under the law of the Legislature. The premium list'will be arranged and published -within the next few weeks. KANSAS EL...

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. — 19 December 1854

ft n?'aiaBillliTT"lr-'- iiiim 1 1 i ri iiim nm ' " 1 i i i iilr mim it rum rmrinmminriTirr-rrn mi m i i mini nil liini.nHMMiimMm o , ; . . - - - . - - .- - - !trm NASHVILLE: T A. I . Titer -Tk thw. -J beat iinuii; mtdium U iht mbieh n-i ci tut Ui- -'t nambfr w reaJen fet tb tow t proportMuate cot , tunl Ut a. ir&nUfol aUnrtiauf wilt to iitx&cirauovubthccircuUuoiv. Aitbccir culnuuii if lha Uatoo ni AnnciComon to tit vtioUcctnmiinltj-, and it lwy Mt -reum; Willi ih ineretttef our city anil Tiunal lowtu, u anailTtr tune mJiuta 11 turpasw all iu cooituiporaiira, TIIOS. S..MARR IS THE GENERALr AGENT OP TU1SPAPER FOR COLLECTING SUBSCRIPTIONS, ADVERTISING, AC. TUESDAY MORNING. DEC. 19, 1854. RIVER NEWS. (Reported by CapLH. H. Harrison, Steamboat Agent) Monday, Dec. 185 p, m. IIiveh. 'Within the last 48 hours the river has risen five inches, making in all on the late rise 9J indies. On the Harpeth Shoals 20 inches large, nnd rising slowly. Weather. Light rain on Sunday night, weathe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 19 December 1854

i"V .Its CIGrARS, GROCERIES.&C. I A. KERR k- CO,, EMP OUTERS OF GENUINE HAVANA CIOABS, SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCOS. FRENCH BRANDIES, WINES, BITTERS, SCOICITALKS, LOXDOXAND DOBLIX PORTER, CORDIALS, FRUITS, Ac, I 21 Cedar Street, oppoute the verandah. OOK A AH HAVANA, MEXICAN AND JiOUy)jyJ GERMAN CIGARS. The largest and best assorted stock in Nashville, comprising all kinds, qual ities, shapes and sizes, moat of which are the richest fla vored, and costliest Cigars that come from Havana. ai inWrol Hi van a SmoVinir Tobacco, (direct impor tation.) with the choicest assortment of Virginia Smoking and Chewing Tobacco in the market Dealers and users (rthailmrR are resDectfullr invited to rive us a call, and fmine our stock and prices before buying elsewhere, as wo a adlin? wholesale and retail as low as such can bo "K.l in imv market in the Union. A. KERR 4 CO., myl8 No. 81 Cedarstreet. imnKiinH RRAKU1ES. WINKS. COKUIALS. t? FRUITS, 4c. 27 Octoves fine French Brandies, Per ard and Se...

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. — 20 December 1854

l.t1- s,. !&t.. AME i E3 1JJ VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1854 lST046t- II ill - AND n i II UNION AJTO AMERICAN. OFFICE NO. 1 1, DKADKRICK STREET. filE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is. furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance t- 50; within the year $3 00; at the end ot the year 4 00- Cldbj Of five, at one office, and upwards f2,00per oopy foroneyesr. Clubs of subscriberswillbereceived lor six months at the foregoing rates. rTltl-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at $5 perannum in advance; if not paid in advance, $6. fh IUII.V ia nnhlished at Eieht Dollars. CrT THE MONEY IN ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY rrR3rmPTin"K. a? admittances ofsubscriptions may be made by mail at cur risk. . . .fo paper will be sentout of tboState unless the orderis ac companied with the cash. JSJTWewisuit distinctly understood that no paper will 5e discontinued until all arrearges are paid, except at the jflinn of the publisher...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 20 December 1854

ri i J; 1! lw(lSntim American. DAU ? $8; TJiI.WEEKf.Yto; WLEKL T $2 30 OFFICE NQA v axd 11, DEADERICK STREET . G. C. TORBETT CO. . 0. EASTMAN, K. C. C. CHTJBCH, and 0. C. TORBETT. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DEC. 20, 1851. TUB BALANCE OF TRADE. TJhe tables accompanying the report of the Secre-tary-of'tho Treasury show the gro3s amount ofim portsinto the United States for the year ending 30th June last to have been 8304,562,381; and the amount of exports, $278,241,064 Nominal differ ence against exports, or, as some state if, " balance of trade against us," 26,321,327. Bat the manner in which these statements are made cannot show the actual profit or loss to tbo country. Thus, a farmer in Davidson county may have a thousand bushels of corn to sell, worth 30 "centsper bushel Suppose the corn exported to a foreign country, it would be estimated on the side of'exporU at $300. But in that country it may be worth one dollar per bushel Suppose it is ex changed at that rate for foreign goods. Then t...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 20 December 1854

NASHVILLE:- Tilwiii-Tb.tt. d tert ldiening nwdium i, rf..t whirl) rrcM moUrnm ffi tib- ol iflAjfii it Utlowm pror-oniontle ct- jm! 0 dru(U f luilmi wBl b n rd m-ii It tb circulation. A, tit tu aaiuaaal UMUaunii4 AmFticuueamitiuutWwkolxraninuiinr, .Mil HMlm wiih Ibe incrutt of owcAr ind tkinal tora, aa dmr mvM it aarpusaUu coui-utpoririea, THOS. S. 31 Alt ft IS THE GENERAL AGENT OF THIS PAPER FOR COLLECTING SUBSCRIPTIONS, ' ADVERTISING, 40. . WEDNESDAY MORNING, DEC, 20, 1854. CONCERT AND SUPPER. ' 'A numhsr of musical amateur?, ladies and gentle men of this city, with the valuable assistance of Prof. Hiss, propose Riving a vocal and instrument al CbncerfBt the Odd Fellow's Hall, on the even ing of Thursday Dec. 21st, for the benefit of the Protestant Orphan SocietyofNaahville. With, ref erence more to the object than to the merit of the performance, the price of tickets has been fixed at One Dollar. The Lady Managers of the Orphan Society an nounce in connection with the above, that ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 20 December 1854

CIGARS, gRQCERIES,&a A. KERR & CO importers of genums havana cigars, smoki::g and chewing tobaccos, french brandies, wines, bittj3hs, SCOICSALES, LOSD02TAaMJt&BLl$ PORTER, CORDIALS, FRUITS, 4c, I? 21 Cedar Street, opposite the Verandah. OQ ((( HAVANA, MEXICAN AND ZOO.UUU GERMAN CIGARS. The latest and best asso rted stock in Nashville, comprising all kinds, qual ities, shapes and sizes, most of which are the richest fla vored, 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 if the above are respectfully invited to give us a call, and (amine 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., maylS No. SI Cedarstreet. FRENCH 1$ RANDIES, WINES, COKUlVLS, FRUITS, 4c 27 Octoves fine French Brandies, Ber Bard and Seign...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 21 December 1854

T AMER lilJ . VOL. XXV. NASmILLE, TEm THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1854 1l .N I0." AND in fill .Liiu' : ' 11"-""' Li-JUL"V" I. BjgMi.ii.il i i 1 4 ,7 UNION AND AMERICAN. ; ufflCE-m li.DEABEKiCK STREET. 1'llE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one year m advance ti 50-,-wifhin the year $300; at the end ot the year $4 00- Cumi Of five, at one office, and upwards ?Z. 00 per copv foroneyear. Clubs of subscriberswiUbereceived tor'sixroonlhs at the foresting rates, . . i rTRI-WEEKLYis publishedeveryTuesdaj, Thursday and Saturday, at $5 perannum in advance; if not paid in advance, The DAILY is published at Eignt Dollars. . ' , , car TUB MONEY IN ALL CASES TO-ACGOMPANY SUBSCRIPTIONS. a 5 mittances of subscriptions may be. made by, mail at tnr tfo'papor trill be sent out ofthsStatennless the order is ac companied with the cash. ' , TVrewishit distinctly understood that no paper will jedwoonUuuod until all arreargesjare paid, except at the )...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 21 December 1854

1 DAILY$X; TRI- WEEKL Y $5; WEEKLYflbV OFFICE NOS. 9 and 11, DEADERICK STREET. G. C. TORBETT .te CO. &. u. EASTMAN, M. C. C. CHUBCH, and Q. C. TOBBETT. THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 21, 1854. age.' KNOW NOTHINGS. Tbo New York Tribune says that, "in Worces ter, the Know-Nothings made a clean sweep, elect ing Mayor -and ilia . entire. Council. ..GeorgogW. Richardson, the Mayor elect, is said toficilecKjedly opposed to the Fugitive Slave Law, and;to declare that the Police, while under Kis.controlrsballnnino case assist in sending fugitive slaves back toJLond . K v . TI1E BEST PAYING RAILROAD. The facta gathered in the following article from the Louisville Courier are particularly in teresting to the citizsns of Nashville and Middle Tennessee at the present time. They are conclu sive that coal can be furnished from the Sewanee Mines at Nashville at not exceeding two-thirds the price heretofore paid in this city for the article, and yet at a good profit to the company. Tho article also' fu...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 21 December 1854

jpfjHagEgu4mim "Hi ifrfiiB M n Ttih A. i. w N A SH Y JMLJL, E : Ta A Wer ur Th rh, - wl M4 Kien.in ncdmm n that vliicli .v hr tUe tar -rat nnmSf r sfrsaJen at the tem-rst pfVrtjMre tort, t-ndlh -1r&uiri-t''TcrtUinf tllb tMCtcet mm with thecirtvUuon. JtU t nr cuUuua of ih Uutoti aul AMtencuua common tUt bole cmoimi ait j. ntx u lwy tnerMaiof with the incnutor fwreujr amj viouU teu, an advtr- iuit Maiuaa nvtrjtuMa au iu CMtuinporarm. TIIOS. S. .HARRIS THE GENERAL AGENT OF THIS PAPER FOR COLLECTING SUBSCRIPTIONS, ADVERTISING, AC. THURSDAY MORNINCT, DEC. 21. 1851. CONCERT FOR THE ORPHANS. This is the night, let it be borne in mind, for the Concert and Supper for the benefit of the Orphan Asvlum, and it i3 devoutly wished that the hopes and expectations of tho Managers of this institu tion may be realized by a crowded house. It is. perhaps, generally known that ladies and gen tlemen of this city have volunteered to lend their musical talent for this benevolent object. The lovers of s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 21 December 1854

ft" J. a f teW3sag: jjzi-ir '"' I,, 4r i CIGARS, GROCERIES,&C. -' . . t .. . , At KERR & CO,, EXPORTERS OF GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS, SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCOS. FRENCH BRANDIES, WINES, BITTERS, SCOICEALBS, LONDOX AND DUBLIN PORTER, CORDIALS, FRUITS, Ac, I' 21 Cedar Street, opposite the Verandah. OOK f(f HAVANA, MEXICAN AND ZoDaUUU GERMAN CIGARS. The largest and best asso rted stock in Nashville, comprising all kinds, qual ities, shapes and sizes, most of which are the richest fla vored, 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 tf the above are respectfully invited to give us a call, and mmine our stock and prices before buying elsewhere, as ne are selling wholesale and retail as low as such can be bad in any market in the Union. A. KERR A CO., maylS No. 81 Cedarstreet. FRENCH II RANDIES, WINES, CORDIALS, FRUIT...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 December 1854

1, AMERIC t ii 'j u NASmOLLE, TENN: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1854 VOL. XXV. AND $4 r Pi-' let,: UNION AND AMERICAN. "OFPIOE-XO. 1 1. DKADER1CK. STREET. iT-ti'oTrr v iivukV ivn A f K 111 n A N'Tk furnuJied tnii iitkivu i ujjy.i - ; to Bubscnbera at the following rates: .Single copiesj one ytsar iu ad ranee $2 50; within the year 8 00; at the end r we year , ou- Otnui Of live, at one office, and upwards 2 00 per copy for one rear. Clubs of subscribers will bereceived tm-sixmontta at the foregoing rates. tTRl-WEEKLYis published every Tuesday, Thursday aai Saturday, at $5perannum in advance; jf not paid in udvanoe, f e. .. The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. ST TUE MOSEY IX ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY riCBSCIUPT10NS.2 ., . ijiaittAncesofsubscriplionsinayberaadeDy man at ur Hoytper will be sentout of tbaStateunless the order It ac eeamaBied with the cash. , ., r . .CSWewiahit distinctly understood thafno paper will ie discontinued until all arrearges are paid, except at the tyUon ofthe publi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 December 1854

"Hi IP 7- .frh 3t "5 1. if tit 1 I if rn i - ,t )f l I II CC.TORBKTT ic-CO. C. CHTOCHj etaaG. C. TORBETT. tlDAYMOXXIN W , DECEMBER 22, 1654 jiHE .KNOW-NOTHINGS IN" THE BOOTH. ttftuajfu pronounces Ihe statement tbat the comings .are opposed to sboUtionism nolc- fahe. It sayii that, putting Mr. Sewarifs -TmApixty out of view, the know-nothings jn the frecjstates have, in nine cases out of ten, elected IjfiMJoXClEESS TUB PLtDOED ENEMIES OF THE" SOUTH. Except m New York, the know-nothirig.party jn tne iree btabea nas absorbed the abolition party and ?Vws !"pnj both.. It is a daring assumption w:unon tbeliuth, therefore. for the Buttetin todeclare ''tfiat neither "the abolitionists nor the free-soil A, SS3 are of or among them; " and "that these j fragmentary parties denounce know-nothmgism as wan institution in which they have no lot or part" There is not now in the freo States, outside of Greeley, (who quarrels 'with the know nothings 1.1 '..: i it- o j i i . . gjjsiiiijny ucLause ill ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 December 1854

SSW! mm V v J. U NASHVILLE: To Adm-tiMr Tb cUm. kut adrrrtMw nmlraM U thU. which riHuhei the Urett cumber of rr&ilert 1 1 tbt ,!o vtst proporuonatt ct , ami lb lvMatxct of Jfrnimr lU b in eiitl emtio iQit cirenltlkxa. At tiit Cif caution f the Uuon uJ Anmc&n coramou tt tfce whole cemtnunU, ud U aiwaji mcrctMuf vnoiminrrviRei ourcnjana ylciuu love, u unr muic; medium tt urpa all iu cntTtuporanr-v THOS. S. MARK IS THE CENTRAL AGENT OF THIS PAPER FOR COLLECTING SUBSCRIPTIONS, ADVERTISING, AC. FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 23, 1854. RIYER SEWS. (Reported by Ctipt- H. H. Uirrison, Steamboat Agent.) Thursday, Dec 215 p. m. River still continues to recede fall within the last twenty-four hours, one inch, large. Now on Harpeth Shoals 19 inches. Weather more moderate with & clear sky. No boat passed Clarksrille this day. Steamer A. L. Davi3 due to-morrow. Steamer Alary L. Daugherty sunk at Hutchen's landing, seven miles above Desarce. No lives lost. Steamer Hind, sunk two miles above ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 December 1854

1 1 CIGARS, GftOCEKIES,&C. A. KERR & CO, EXPORTERS OF GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS, SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCOS. FRENCH HRANDIES, WINES., BITTERS, SOOICHALES, LOXDOXAKDMJTJiLIN PORTER, CORDIALS, FRUITS, 4c, )6 21 Cedar Street, opposite the Verandah. OQr Aft ft HAVANA, MEXICAN AND ZOOe.UUl' GERMAN CIGARS. The largest and best assa rted stock in Nashville, comprising all kinds, qual ities, shapes and sizes, most of which are the richest fla vored, 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 f the above are respectfully invited to give us a call, and oenmine our stock and prices before buying elsewhere, as we are selling wholesale and retail as low as such can be had in toy market in the Union. A. KERR 4 CO., maylB No. 21 Cedarstreet, FRENCH 11 RANDIES, WINES, CORDIALS, FRUITS, Ac 27 Octoves fine French Brandies, Ber sar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 23 December 1854

HHHHp(pBWaPHaflH I ll Mill N AME it; VOL. XXVI. NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1854 N0JOi , ' I NASPMLiE UNIO llUgS. !1 1 ! 1 . , , "'' i 1 ' ' " " !Lg i i i) g"TT " "I. AND RICANi UNION AND AfllERlCAN. OFFICE NO. 1 1, DEADER1CK, STREET. CaETWEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished tb subscribers at tbo following rates: Single copies, one yW in ail ranee (2 50 ; within the year $3 00 ; at the end ,.1 .a i-..1r SI III). Ourm Of live, alone office, and upwards $2 00 per copy for one year. Uluos oi suoscriDerswiu ucreceiyeu i .. . .: t l.r. n4 fnniirnillir m1ti rTRl-W'EEKLYis publed every Tuesday, Thursday ana Saturday, at ifftperannum in aavonce; ii noi pam m advance, f 0. I'he DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. i-THE ".MONEY IN ALL tJASES TO ACCOMPANY niWf!R!PTIOXa. a-i aaaiitUncesofaubscripnonsmaj-bemadeby mail at nr So paper will be sent out of th a Slate unless the order is ac- couipauieu wuu iucudu. ... VST We. wish it distinctly understood that no paper will 3e disconti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 23 December 1854

StlMilWUMIil lil lllll.i III 3 ' . JAttFg8; 2iaj.TTg.gZ;r$5; WEEKL F$2 50 G. C. TJORBETT & CO. K. G. EASTMAN, M. C. C. CHTJRCH, and G. C. TORBETT. SATURDAY MORNING, PEC. 23, 1854. ' THE CHURCH IN THE FIELD. Thespirit aroused by know-nothingism is be ginning to show itself in practical fruits. "We see, by our New York exchanges, that Bishop Hopkihs, of the Episcopal Diocese of Vermont, lately de livered a lecture befort the "Young Men's Christian Association," on "the naturalization of foreigners." ThojBishop said there was eome necessity for the organization of the Know Nothing Society; or, to use his own words, " that there must be at the root of its popularity and power some truth." He was unwilling to disfranchise any class, but pre ferred to see the standard of citizenship elevated. He advocated the establishment of Courts, whose only duties should be the examination and scrutiny of) all candidates, and is in favor of applying strong tests. He if. unwilling, under any circum...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 23 December 1854

ff V - r T-v. 1 I' 1? 1 I NASHTILLE: To AilTruer The ciitu best drenuutff medio it ih.t wRIcb TAKhct the UrrrM number uf rttdera u th Ihm nMiuMiAAii it -. u.. 4lraiiuj:t of aiWmwtnf willb t timet rmtiowith th circulation. At tha eir cqUuou ef lut Union and Amraeiaiiconrnwi utbt wkele rosunanitj-a.and u mwiji lucretiuf vni ih tnciwM m ourctty tl vKiaailowiu, ft A&avdTtr- --THOS..S. HARRIS THE GENERAL AGENT OF THIS PAPER FOB COLLECTING SUBSCRIPTIONS, ADVERTISING, AC. SATURDAY HORMKG, DEC. 23, 1854. -Mass at the Catholic CnrjRCH. There will be a grand and imposing display of the ritsal service of Iligh Mass at the Catholic Church on next Sun- day night Christmas eve. We understand that several of our best musicians will be there to par ticipate in the ceremonial among them Profes30r Hess and Professor De Cosniel, both of whom are gentlemen of fine musical acquirements. They will be assisted by a large and select orchestra. Tho;e of our cisizens who have a taste for sacred music wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 23 December 1854

I 4' CIGARS, GHOCERIES.&C. A, KERR & CO., mrOBTEBS OF GEOTDIE HAVANA CIGABS, SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCOS. FRENCH BRANDIES, WINES, BITTERS, SCOICH ALES, LONDON ASDJIVBLIX PORTER, CORDIALS, FRUITS, Ac, f 21 Cedar Street, opposite the Verandah. 9Q ((( HAVANA, MEXICAN ANI OOUUU GERMAN CIGARS The largest and beat aseq.rted stock in Nashville, comprising all kinds, qual ities, shapes and sizes, most ef which are the richest fla vored, and costliest Cigars that come from Havana. Also, 10 barrels BaTana Smoking Tobacco, (direct impor tation.) with the choicest assortment of Virginia Smoking and Chewing Tobacco in the market. Dealers and users if the above are respectfully invited to giTe us a call, and aaamine our stock end prices before buyim: elsewhere, as we are selling wholesale and retail as low as such can be bad in any market in the Union. A. KERR & CO., inayl8 No. 21 Cedarstreet, FRENCH. BRANDIES, WINES, CORDIALS, FRUITS, 4c 27 Octoves fine French Brandies, Her ara ana ...

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