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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Nashville true Whig. — 6 September 1855

... I -- ' - : '. ; ,- '" -. s . . ... - - ' ! i j t j ' - - j r 1 t VOL. XIX. NASHVILLE, TEM., THURSDAY, ' SEPTEMBER G. 1855. 1 WHOLE IY0. 3437. t r l". - . r DAILY TRUE WHIG. v-xnrm A!n rrBLi?KD t " B. JL McKENNIE AND GEO. B. BROWN, '' nnrj v? rut or i B, E. JttKEKNIE & 0. OFFICE OX DCADCIIICK STREET. KATES OFADVEBTISIXG., if Kewnpeper proprietors generally, and specially of thia Sity, under the usaeesand res-ul&tion heretofore prevalng ere called upon to perform mora labor wnhoot remonera- .tvon, tt.anany ar class of community. Th gratuitous psblioetion of charity and religious ad vertiwment, and com munication, tribate of respect, obituaries, Ac. Ac, which -ean only be inserted at a heary cost to the proprietor, im pose upon tliera a bunle3 so onorous, that they feel Milled upon. In self-defence, to check the abuse, by making such publications a charge, to some extent at least, upon the par ties more mmediately interested. In this they are but fol lowing the example of t...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville True Whig, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Nashville true Whig. — 6 September 1855

Mll'lLLK TOUB m PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BT B ilcKENKIE AND GEO. B. BROWN, UNDER Tn FIRM OF B. It. ncKENNIE ac CO. K. P. McGIXTY, Editor, H. K. WALK.EE, Assistavt Editor.., JUU13 -Daily True Whig S 00 Tri-Weekly to Weekly 8 00 1" advance, tU" We wish It distinctly understood thai no paper win be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the puna or me punusuers. r"ST Letters on business with thli efflce, I ensure attm tton,mut, in all eases, be directed to B. R. McIUxxis A Oo. TIIL USDAV JIORJCnC, SEPT. 6, I 885 Meeting at Franelin to-dat. The mass meeting of the American party will tafce place ' &t Franklin to-day. We regret that the tern porary absence of our senior from his post de prives ns of the pleasure of enjoying the occa sion. Ample preparations are made for all who wish to attend, and plenty of good speak Ing will be heard. We learn that Hon. John Bell has accepted an invitation to be present. . Southern Commeecial Contention. The sext meeting of this body wi...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville True Whig, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Nashville true Whig. — 6 September 1855

t TRUE WHIG. BOOK AJfD JOB PBDmSG, RATLT A&TD KXPIDITIOUELY EXECUTED . AT THIS OI-riCE. BLANKS OF A L LEI IT D S KIATLT PRINTED AND FOB SALE AT THIS OFFICE. ' H. PARYIN, newspaper ud advertising agent, Cincinnati, Is authorised to receive end receipt for subscrip. UoDt uul advertising for the True Whig. rW V. B. Piun, Newspaper and Advertising Agent, Brown'sjlrcn Duilding, Philadelphia, Is our only authorized Agent in U-et city. EAIL BOAD KAIL. TIMS 0R THE MAILS ON THE CHATT AKOOGA X. K. Leave Nashville at T A.M. and tX P. M. Arrive at Nashville IX A. H. and &V P.M. The Mail! for the Extern and 8onthern Cities cloce at 4 P. M. and for Way Offices at 6 o'clock, P. M. JySl 8. R. ANDERSON, P. M. TIICItSDAY MOItM.'SG, SEPT. G. SashTiUe Academy of Jffusio. This institution will be opened lor the reception of pupils on Monday the 10th Inst. Messrs. Diss & Weber respectfully request those who desire to enter pupils to call during the ensuing week at No. 24 Vine street, between ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville True Whig, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Nashville true Whig. — 6 September 1855

RAILROADS. CHANGE OF TIME! SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 1855 1S55 LITTLE MIAMI RAILROAD VIA COLCMBCS. Tear Daily Eastern Trains, at 6 A. 21., 9 A.1L, 10:20 A. K. and 6 F. K. 27 Quklcext, Shorlext and Jbf Direct Route, LAID WITH HEAVY T IRON. Wheeling Passengers Dine at Zanesville. Puteburgh Passengers Dine at Cru'Jice. Dunkirk nn 3 Buffalo Passengers Dine at Cleveland. rPHE LITTLE MIAMI, via Columbus, belni the Fhort X Quick and Direct Route from Cincinnati to the East, the time Is so arranged that it M made witn ease, mnnec tioai are certain. Paasengere are not subject U delay, and hare fall time f' r meals, which Is a ereat comfort to ladies and children. The Uttle Miami via Columbus, beinga short and quick roate, doe not require aoonyrooui correspon dents or false map to recommend it to the traveling public Each and every train by the Little Miami mote mo into the depot of the Lake Shore Koad at tjieveiana. TIME via LITTLE "IIAMI ROUTE. From Cincinnati to C0LUMBU3 In 8X Hours; . CLEVELAND...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville True Whig, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Nashville true Whig. — 7 September 1855

S. a- - ,- Tfrrp1ti. '''r.i.s:.- f J- r-..- x: l! NASHVILLE," .TEM. rRID AY; SEPTEMBER 7. 1855. WHOLE NO. 3438. VOL. XIX. nVr" 7 : : " t'T a : :;:1f -IF- : : 1 i V i v -t DAILY TRUE WHIG. . . Fa-wren ! rnn.iwwn rr ' B. R. McKEXXIE AND GEO. B. BROWN, trim Twit rntw or B. E. MeKENNIE 00. . . ..... .... - -j OFFICE OX DE1DERICK StKKET. HATES Or ADVERTISING V -Newspaper proprietor generally, and especially of thi Jity, under the usage, and regulations lieretof'ir prrva ing re called upoa to perform more labor without remunera tion, than any other clui of commuulty. The gratuitous publication of charity and religious adverliemeot,anl com manieationa, tributes of respect, obitneriei, A& An., which Can only be inserted at a hoary cost to the proprietor, ira oc upon there a bardxn so onoroaa, that they feel called upon, In self-defence, to check the abuse, by ranking such publications a charge, to some extent at leant, upon the par ties more mmediately Interested. In this they art but f...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville True Whig, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Nashville true Whig. — 7 September 1855

NASHVlLLIi TRUE WML TklXTED AND PCBUoIISD BY 13 Ii. McKENKLE AND GEO. B. BROWN, t7DSU THE FIRM OF i;. II. IlcKENillE 4. CO. E. P. McGINTY, Editor, L K. WALKER, Assistabt Editor. TERMS -5iWTme WhSj...;.. fri-Weekly Weekly .13 00 . 6 00 . 8 00 advance, ' TTe wish It distinctly understand that no tuner will m aiwociinuea cutu iu arrearages are paid, except at the p'wn oi vnc puuusiiers. t3S"" Letter on business with thii office, to en rare atten tion, Rt, in all caaes, be directed to B. R. MeKmii A Oo. I It ID AY MORNING, SEPT. 7. 1845. Our City School. TIio winter eet6ion of our public schools will pea on Monday morning, that event having been deferred a week on account of the diffi culty encountered by tlie Board of Education ' in procuring suitable apartments for the ac commodation of the largely inceased comber of ecLoI&rs. We doubt not the rnoet sanguine advocate of the free school sayetein Las been thus far agreeebly disappointed in view of the success which has attended the ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville True Whig, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Nashville true Whig. — 7 September 1855

TRUE WHIG. BOOK AND JOB FEIEIISa, HIATLT AND RXrEDITIOUELY EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE. BLANKS OF ALL KINDS HIATLT FEINTED AND FOR SALE AT THIB OFFICE. 13PB. H. PARVTN, newspaper and advertising agent, Cincinnati, U authorised to receive and receipt forsubsorip Uaa and advertising for the Tree Whig, f3T V. B. Palmes, Newspaper and Advertiiing Agent, Browu's.Iron Building, Philadelphia, 1 our only author iied Agent In that city. - - BAIL EOAD MAIL. TIME FOR THE MAILS ON THE CHATTiNOOGA R. R. Leave Nashville at 7 A . M. anl jtf P. M. Arrive at Nashville 1 A. M. and C P. M. The Mailt for the Eastern and Southern Cities close at 4 P. M. and for Wny Offices at 8 o'clock, P. M. . Jyfl , 8. R. ANDERSON, P. M. FRIDAY SEPT. T. Nashville Academy of Ktuic This institution will be opened for the reception of pupils on Monday the IOtb last. Messrs. Hksb & Weber respectfully request those who desire to enter pupils to call during the ensuing week at No. 21 Vine street, between the hours of 10 and...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville True Whig, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Nashville true Whig. — 7 September 1855

RAILROADS. CHANGE OF TIME! 1855 SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 1855 LITTLE MIAMI RAILROAD VIA COLUMBUS. Four Daily Eastern Trains, at 6 A. H., 9 A. 10:20 A. SL and of, a. Tie Quicker., Shortest and 2Iutt Direct RuU. LAID WITH HEAVY T IRON. Wheeling Fatseng tr Dine at Zanesvllte. Pittsburgh Passengers Dine at Crt ctline. Ttankfrk and nurTnln Puanenrera nine at Cleveland I'llCi Atllll'Di JfllASU, Via VOlUmUUS, prang Uie CIIUI X Quick and Direct Route from Cincinnati to the Sast, V.rni Tin 1 1 1 n III i lir i . r- . i , h t Ck4 tions are certain. Passenger are not subject to delay, and s Bare fuU time lor mean, wriicn it a great com ion to wum and children. Tlie LiUle Miami via Columbus, being a short and quick route, does not require anonymous corre.su- Cjent or Iaise maps to recommeno n so Each and every train by the Little Miami route runs into the depot of the Lake Shore Eoad at Cleveland. TIME Tla LITTLE MIAMI KOITE. From Cincinnati la COLUMBUS In 8V Hours; CLEVELAND In "H Hoars; DUNKIRK in ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville True Whig, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Nashville true Whig. — 8 September 1855

4 j J ij J If R 1; t ' NASHVILLE,: TEM. 'SATUEDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1855. VOL. XIX. WHOLE NO. DAILY TRUE WHIG. B. R. McKENME AND GEO. B. BROWN, cxrocs rrr. r:nw cr B. B. KeKEHKIE A CO. OFFICE 0!f DEADEHICK STHEETa HATES OF ADVEVITISI1VG. Newspaper proprietor! grnerallv, and -ssnecially nf this rity, under the wages and regulations heretofore preva ing are called npon to perform more labor without remunera tion, tt.ansny other clam of community. The gratuitous publication of charity and religious advertisement, and com munications, tributes of reepect, obituaries, Ac Ac, which can only be inserted at a heavy cost to the proprietor, im pose npon them a burden so norous, that they feel called npon, in sell-defence, to check the abuse, by making such publications a clisrge, to some extent at leant, a poo the par tie more mmediately interested. In this they are bnt fol lowing the example of the pre in other cities, impelled by a sense of it Intrinsic propriety, and Imperative duty to themsel...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville True Whig, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Nashville true Whig. — 8 September 1855

NIHIL!! TRUE WHIG. FhlNTKD AND PUBLISHED BT K R. McKENNLE AND GEO. Ii. BROWN, CNDKIt Til FIHM OF It. n. Flcli tMlIE A: CO. F. P. M;INTV,"editos, . II. K. WALKER, Assistant Eiutok. TERMS -!livTrn Whij 9 00 Tri-Veelit 5 00 ( WcUj 8 00 idrance. I"" We wish tt !!!t!nct:y understood that no paper will j tt iipcor;:jnuea nmii i; arrearage are paid, except at Uie eit)n f the noliJiohera. ..,.. t Let'em on bum with thU office. U enxure atteo- -en, wJ, iB all cuw, bt direcied to B. R. McKcima 4 Co. SATCICU.t YTnORMXC StPT. 8, 35. The Sarcecue and Kasa Heeling at Franklin. An immeri!e crowd of people numbering over tlireo thousand assembled at Franklin on Thurmiay. Speeches were mnde by Hon M. P. fi-TRT. Jvo. A. McEwes Esa Jso. Bell and C. C. Ckowb Er. of Giles. Tlie whole affair passed off well. The l-arcue was just such an one as might be expected from Williamson county hospitality. "We fire prevented from any extended notice of the occasion by the want of epace. Speech of 3 no. A. Kclwea, ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville True Whig, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Nashville true Whig. — 8 September 1855

The editor of the iAtuiavilie Jounud selected these forty affidavits from a largo number of guch depo sitions, which were famished. It is abundant! proved, thftt the Irish arui Germans attacked un armed and inoffensive Americans, quietly -passing along the etreet, and suspecting no danger, with guns, pistols aud knives. They 6hot indiscrimi nately at men, women and children, and gave evi dence of the disposition of fiend. It is abundnut ly proved, that they had armed themselves for dijs before the massacre. And bow is it, if Americans were the assailants, that the foreigners were bo well armed, fighting behind duors and windows, and houses, while our own countrymen were able to defend themselves only with bricks and stones, and sticks and such weapons as were near at hand? IIow was it, that the entire foreign population in that quarter of the city, or nearly the whole of it, happened to be armed with muikets, double-barrel ed iruns. bowie knives aud revolvers, aud opened a simultane...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville True Whig, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Nashville true Whig. — 8 September 1855

RAILROADS. CHANGE OF TIME! STJMXER ARRANGEMENT. 1855 1855 LITTLE MIAMI RAILROAD J VIA COLUMBUS. Four Daily Eastern Trains, at 6 A. 21, 9 A. SI., 10:20 A. II. and 6 P. M. The Quickest, ShnrteU and Mol Direct Route. LAID WITH HEAVY T IRON. Wheeling Passengers Dine at Zanervi!le. Pittsburgh Passenger Dine at Outline. ' Dunkirk and Biffalo Pastengers Dine at Cleveland. THE LITTLE MIAMI, via Columbus, being the Short Qu'ck and Direct Route from Cincinnati to Die East' the time is so arranged that it li made with eaae. Connec tion! are certain, Passengers are not ubj-ct to deity, and have fall time for meals, which is a great comfort to ladies and children, The Little Miami la Columbus, being a f hort and quick route, doe not rrqnire anonymous correspon dents r raise mips to recommend it to the traveling poblic. Each and every train by the Little Miami route run into the depot of the Lake Shore Koad at Cleveland. TIME Tia LITTLE JIUAM1 UOl'TC. From Ciuclnnali t COLUMBUS In 8Jf Hours; CLE ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville True Whig, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Nashville true Whig. — 10 September 1855

i.. J A: ! 1 VOL. XIX. .NASHVILLE, TEM.. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1855. WHOLE NO. 3110. "c4 " -: -" iff 7'"' ' If -IT ' - ill tM ;J S " ' ' l. V DAILY TRUE WHIG. B. R. McKEXNIE AND GEO. B. BROWN,' . rwnKH T71K FTRM OF B. E. McSESHIE ft CO. orriCK ox ueadekick street. KATES OF ADVKRTISnO. Newspaper proprietor generally, and specially of this Uy, under the usages and regulations lw-retofure prevaing re called upon to perform more labor without remunera tion, tl.ansny other elm of community. The gratuitous publication of charity and religion AdvertUemeat,and com munications, tribute of respect, obituaries, Ac. Ac-, which can only be inserted at - Vary cost to the proprietor, im pose upon there a burden so onoroua, that they feel called upon, in self-defence, to ch-clc the ahuie, by making such publications a charge, to pome extent at least, opon the par ties more rntnediately Interested. In this they are but fol lowing the example of the pre In other cities, Impelled by a sens of its intr...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville True Whig, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Nashville true Whig. — 10 September 1855

i f PKIXTKD AND rCBLISHKD BT b R. McKCSNIE AND GEO. B. CROWN, UNDUE TCE FZEM OF If. II. IlcKEIIG A CO. K. P. Mof.IN'TY, Epito, H. K. VA LKLIL, Assistam Editor. TERMS -DailvTrn Whig f3 00 Tri-Weekly ft 00 Weekly 0 00 advance. II" We wish It distinctly nniJerstrja that no paper will discontinued on til all arrearages are paid, except at the ,.ron of the publisher!. . Letters on business with thi oSce, to ensure atten tion, mutX, In all cases, be directed to B. it. UcKunu Co. BIOD4Y MORNING SEPT. lO, 1855. Official Dignity and Check Skirt. Some of oar cotemporaries of the press are berating the Trepident 6onndly because lie wore a check or parti-colored shirt at a little sumptuary affair daring his recent visit to Vir ginia. "We see no catu-e for the outcry. Con sistency is a merit in mediocrity as well as in genins or stupidity. The Baltimore Patriot thus vindicates the President against these itsaults of his censorious critics, and illustrates, the propriety and appropriateness of th...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville True Whig, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Nashville true Whig. — 10 September 1855

-TEUE WHIG.. C. , '. EOOZ AND JOB PRINTING, . . . HIATLT AND EXPEDITIOUSLY RXBCUTXD AT XII IS OFFICE. BLANKS OF ALL KINDS tfXATLT PRINTED AND FOR SALE AT THIS OFHCE. 137" 8. H. PARVIJf, newspaper and advertising agent, O ncinnatt,! aufUoriied to receive and receipt for subscrip tion and advertising lor the True Whig. tW V. B. Paijikk, Newspsper and Advertising Agent, Brown'sjrca Building, Fhilade.pliia, U oar on' authorized Agent In tl at city. RAIL ROAD MAIL. TIME FOR THE MAILS ON THE CH ATT &.NOOG A E. R. Leave Nashville at T A.M. and tf P. M. Arrire at Nashville 1 A. M. and b P. M. The Mails for the t-'-irtern and Southern Cities close at 4 P. M. and for Way Cffloei at o'clock, P. M. , jyi b. a. ANDERSON. P. M. MOXDAV NOmiM SEIT. lO. KiYEii News.- The river was filing slowly on Saturday, with about 3 feet on Haret.b. Shoals". Tlie Umpire was theorilv defarture. The' Eock City arrived from Puducah with a ! light load. Foil PADicAn. The steamer Hartttillf. Capt. Ryman, will lea...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville True Whig, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Nashville true Whig. — 10 September 1855

RAILROADS. CHANGE OF TIME! 1855 SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 1855 LITTLE MIAMI RAILROAD, TIA COLTJMBC3. Four Daily Eastern Trains, at 6 A. IL. 9 A. 10:20 A. M. and 6 P. M. The Qiuclcext, Shortest and tfonl Direct Route. LAID WITH HEAVY T IRON. Wheeling Pat'.ergcrt Dine at Zmeiville. Piiubnrgh Passengers Dine at Crestline. . Dunkirk and BnTilo Passengers Dine at Cleveland. ynK MTTI.E MIAMI, via Co'umbus. belns; the Short X Qu'ck and Direct Route frotn Cincinnati to the Kst the time ia o arraiircl that it is made with ease. Connec tions are certain. Pasengera are not nil ji-ct to delay, and hare full time for meals, which is a great comfort to iadiot mail children. The Little Miami via Columbus, being a short and quick mite, doet not retj'iire anonymous correspon dents or false m ips to recommend it to the traveling public. Each and every train by the Little Miami route rum into tin depot of the Lake fhore Road at Uieveiana. TIME Tia LITTLK itllAMI KOt'TE. I rani Cluciuuati lo C0LUMPC3 in SX H...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville True Whig, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Nashville true Whig. — 11 September 1855

. 3- - est .- .vol: xix. NASHVILLE,- TEM.. TUESDAY. r SEPTEMBER 11, 1855. WHOLE NO. 3441- ' P' ''T I ' DAILY TRUE WHIG. r-m rm i rmi.wFiw sr B. R. McKEXXIE AND GEO. B. BROTVN, ' rrB Tits riKM or B. B. McIEHNIE ft CO. OFFICE ON DCADKIIICK STREET. t IMTM OF ADVritTISlXC. Newspaper proprietors generally,' and -specially of this rlty, under the usages snd regula'ns heretofore preva iing re called upon bo perform more labor without rfrannirn tion, than any other class of community. The gratuitous publication of charity and ceiigious advertisement, and mm inuntcations, tributes of respect, obituaries, Ac. 4a., which cao only be inserted at a heavy cost to the proprietor, im poses upon them a burden o onorous, Uiat Uiey feel callnd Opon, in self-defence, to check the sbuse, by making such publications t charge, to some extent at least, upon the par tie ore inmedlatcly Interested. In this they are but fol lowing the example of the prKi In other cities, impelled by esetiw of It -intrinsic pr...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville True Whig, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Nashville true Whig. — 11 September 1855

& Niiimil TRUE VDffl. PRINTED AJO PUBLISHED BT B P. McKENNLE AND GEO. B. BROWN, csDEs rat fibm or . I. It. ncKEHKIE 4 CO. P. McGIXTY, Editor, K. WALKER, AssieTA.irr Editor. n. w- TE&AU -Daily TriM Waif. Trt-Weekly Weekly i...t9 001 - ' - 5 00 Via advance. S 00 J Sff We wtnh It distinctly nnlenrtoud that no paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at th epUon of the publisher. fcST Letters on business with till aSce, to ensnrt atten- ik)d, mw, in an catet, be directed to B. R. McKaaaiB k Co. TrrSOAV HORNING, SEPT. 11, 1855. The Legislature. VT observe tlat some of the anti-American pa pers are setting up claims to Mr. Galloway, the Representative from Henderson, as one likely to act with their party in the Legislature. If they new M. J. Galloway as well as we do, thry would never Intimate he was like! to join the Locofoco party. Wttt Tenn. Whiff. In cod section with the above we may re mark that the list of members elect to the Legislature originallj p...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville True Whig, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Nashville true Whig. — 11 September 1855

- TEUE WHIG. r - BOOK AND JOB raiNTINO, M4TLT AND SXPEDITIOCSLY I I ROUTED " AT THIS OFFICE. SLAKES 07 ALL KIND ' . KEATLY PRINTED AND FOR BALE AT THI8 OFFICE. W8. H. PARVIN, newspaper and advertising agent, Cincinnati, ia authorised to receive and receipt for aabscrlp U his and advertising for th True Whig. t57" V. B. Palme, Newspaper and Advertirlng Agent, Brown'sjron Building, Philadephia, U oar only authorized Agent in thai city. HAIL BOAD KAIL TIME TOE THE MAILS ON THE CHATTANOOGA R. R. Leave Nashville at T A. M. an1 X P- M. Arrive at Nashville 1 A. M. and 8J4 P. M. The Mails for the Eastern and Southern Cities elos at 4. P. M. and for Waj Offices at 8 o'clock, P. M. Jy81 H. R. ANDERSON, P. M. TUESDAY MOIIMNG, SEPT. II. Trrw W a-stub-it The WfiBtliPr VPStPrAV wn A HE WEATHEB. llieweauieryesteray WaS W&rm enough for al! purposes, with a dear fckv ... 1 and burning eun. Eivee News. Tlie Cumberland commenced swelling on Saturday uigLt, and was etill rising yesterday. There is ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville True Whig, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Nashville true Whig. — 11 September 1855

RAILROADS. CHANGE OF TIME! 1855 . STOTJIER ARRANGEMENT. 1855 LITTLE MIAMI RAILROAD, - VIA C0LCMBC8. tour Daily Eastern Trains, at 6 A. K. 9 A. SL, iuizu a. a. ana ft t. n. - TV Quickest, Shortest and Host Direct Route. LAID WITH HEAVY T IEOX 1 Wheeling Passengers Dine at ZaoesvUl. PflUburgh Pawner Dine at Crestline. N Dunkirk and Buffalo Puwiftn Dine at Clereland. rnaZ LITTLE MIAMI. Tia Columbus, beinr the Short A Quxk and Direct Route from CincinnaU to the East, ume u m arrange! that it is made with ease. Connec tion are certain. Passengers are not subject to delay, and have fall time for meals, which is a treat comfort to ladies and children. The Little Miami Tia Columbus, being a short and quick route, does not require anonymous correspon dent or false maps to recommend it to the traveling public Each and every train by the Little Miami rmite runs into the depot of the Lake Shore-Road at Clereland. TIME via. LITTLE MIAMI UOCTE. From Cincinnati to COLUMBUS in 8 Uouts; CLEVELAND in...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville True Whig, The
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