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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 11 May 1853

THE MISCELLANEOUS. HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. NASH VILLI TJ'NTOIN NASHVILLE UNION. CHURCH & 3IARLLNU, Proprietors. OFFIGE NO. GO, UNION BUILDINGS, CHERRY ST. THE WEEKLY UNION Is furnished to subscribers at the follcmng rates: Single copies, one year iu advance. $2 50; within theyear$3 00; at the end of the jcar &i 00. Clubs Of five and upwards $2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers frill be received for six months at th(s foregoing rates. The TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if .not paid in advance, ?6. J ' The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. -TIIE MONEY IN ALL CASES TO ACCOMPAN Y SUBSCRIPTIONS.. Remittances of subscriptions may be made by mail at our risk. No paper will be sent out of the State" unless the order is ac companied with the cash. STEAMBOATS. ' NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE PACKET. QPLENDID Ncn Passenger Steamer, II. m&mn kj it. iv.Jiiu, uapiam x. u. ..newell, Lsate 15C-0 tons burthen. This mamu...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 11 May 1853

THE DAILY UNION. FOR GOVERNOR, Andrew Johnson, AUTHOR OP THE HOUESTEAD. "I set out on this ground, whicli Isupposeto beself evident, thai Vie earth belongs, in uvifruct, to the liv ing" Thomas Jeffekson-. " cTo'afford every American citizen of enterprise the opportunity of securing an independent freehold, it seems to me best to abandon -the idea of raising a fu turs- revenue out of the public land." Andrew Jackeo:. rou CONGRESS, SAMTJBL P. ALLISON of Davidson. fFKOX THE NEW YOKK I1EUALD.3 .THE RECEPTION OP MRS. HARRIET B. STOWE IN ENGLAND SEQUEL TO UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. Liverpool, April 14, 185:1. The Landing of the Aulhoresi of Uncle lom's Cabin m Liverpool. - " -The other Sabbath morning, while leaving my 'hotel, in Liverpool, I heard three distinct, extra, .well-defined coups de canon, proceeding, I was in formed by Jame?, the waiter, from the guns of the ' steamship Canada. James added that Missus 'Ar riet Beechum Sto' was expected on the steamer, and then there would be "a-much t...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 11 May 1853

I r K i BY TELEGRAPH. TELEGRAPHED FOR THE DAILY UNION. ' New Orleax-?, May 9. We have Texas dates to the 3d. There is much excitement on the Colo rado river, and for miles around, about the gold discoveries. The inhabitants are flocking to the -.nines. The papers state that there are 300 to 400 cow working; profits averaging five to ten dollars per day. Some have already realized $1500 to $2,000. The farmers are abandoning their crops, the merchants their stores, all going pick axe in hand to the mines. The examination of a region of country for one hundred miles round, show lare deposits of gold, said to be equallv as rich as Cali fornia. The Daniel Webster brings San Francisco dates to the lGth April, being Wo weeks later. She re ports the loss of another Yanderbiet steamer, S. S. Louis," on the passage from San Juan del Sud She got ashore Xorth of Bolinas Bay at 3 o'clock m the morning and finding it impossible to get off all the passengers, four hundred in number, were anded saf...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 11 May 1853

DRY GOODS, &0. STRATTON, SMITH & CO. JUDICAL. O UGAR. 100 hhds Prime Sugar, in store and for sale Q low by STRATI ON, SMITH & CO, i aug 18 Broadway. , "COFFEE 250 bags Prime Rio Coflee, in store and for I . i , nun nvnmT puTmTT f nn t J sale low by auglS STRATTON, SMITH A CO. Broadway. Entered acrcirding to Act. of Congress, in the year 18&1. by J. S. HOUGHTON, MD., in the Clerk's Office. or ihe District Court for the Eastern District of Peims? tami. BEAT CURE TOR DYSPEPSIA! ANOTHER SCIEN TIFIC WONDER!! DR. J. S. HOUGHTON'S , TTJI.OIIlt-r-500 bbls. Flour, various brands, just received JJ and for sale low by auglb STRATTON. SMITH. A.CO., Broadway. s AXT 1000 bbls Kanawha Salt: 500 tags Coarse do; 300 uo i?ine ao; In store and for sale by STRATTON, SMTHI A CO., au-18 Broadway. IXANDEE D. SfTEVESSOK. EOBEUT L. 'WHITE. STEVENSON & WHITE, Dealers in Staple nd Fancy Dry Goods, No. 59, Corner of (he Square and Cvltege blreet, lushcille. WE have now in store onef the lar...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 12 May 1853

1 'I NASHVILLE UNION. CHURCH & MARLINC, Proprietors. OFFICE NO. G9, UNION BUILDINGS, CHERRY ST. THE WEEKLY UNION Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance. $2 50; within the year $3 00; at the end of the year $4 00. Clubs Of five -and upwards ?.2 00 per copy for one year. Glubs of subscribers will be received for six months at the foregoing rates. ThejTRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if not paid in advance, ?6. The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. -V ErTHE MONEY IN ALL CASES TO XcCOMPAN Y SUBSCRIPTIONS.. ' ' Remittances of subscriptions may be made by mail at our risk. - v - No paper will be sent out of the State unless the order is .ac companied with the cash. ..- -.. STEAMBOASFS. :;- NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE PACKET. er, now being completed at New Albany, will take her place in incauovc iraue as soon as navigation -opens. The Hill is entirely new, of the largest class, and...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 12 May 1853

r 1 THE DAILY UNION. FOR GOVERNOR, Andrew JoIihsoh? AUTHOR .OP TUB HOMESTEAD. "I set out on this ground, which J suppose to be self evident, that Vie earth belongs, in umrud, to the liv ing." Tiioxas JeffkrsoS. - 'ilTo afford every American citizen of enterprise Qie oppiriunilj of securing an independent freeliold, it seehh to ths best to abandon the idea of raising a fa tfire revenue out of the public land." Andrew J&cksoh. rOR CONGRESS, SAMUEL P. ALLISON, of 'Davidson. conaespoxDEKCE op the Baltimore sun. Gen. Puree Sitting out Ga Office Holders Messrs. Sule and Borland's Instructions Central American A fairs Mr. Buchanan and his Mission The Military Asylum, dr. "Washington, ilay. 3. The rumor that the President was to leave the city, on a visit to Nexr IIamp3hire, on the 15th of 'tfifa month, created no little excitement among the office expectants. They concluded that their cases would be forthwith disposed of, but now it appears that Gen. Pierce intends to sit them out. The...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 12 May 1853

Ha BY TELEGRAPH. TELEGRAPHED FOR THE DAILY UNION. ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER Cambria? The British Commissioners to the World's Fair are coming over. Kossuth has been exempted from the war rocket charge. Kossuth niihlkhns Mtr ?n u . l v.wwtj ft UII.U 4iG states that hi3 residence was watched by spies of Lord Clarendon stated in the House of Lords that there was no danger of interruption of peace by Russia. J Kossuth addressed a letter to the House of Com mons, that he has no war materials in England, but that he had in other countries, and avowed his de termination of waging war against Austria to re cover the rights ol'Hungary. France is tranquil Chinese dates to the 12th nit have been received. It is stated that Nankin has fallen into the hands of the rebels. Trade at Calcutta was improving. Trade at Bombay dull. In Switzerland an attempt to get up an insurrec tion at Frieburg by armed peasants, they were at tacked, and many were killed and wounded tran quility was finally restored. Th...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 12 May 1853

jiMWUu.im, .: ; : . : 1 ! DRY GOODS, &0- STEATTON, SMITH & CO. medical: MISCELLANEOUS. A1- 1 ' LEAXDER D. filETESSOJf. nOllBET L. WHITE. STEVENSON & , WHITE, Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, AV 59. Cornerofthe Square and Collcot street, Saskwlle. YX'7 -live T10;v n store one tne i-"".- an oe,f aSsorti VV ed stock of goods in the city. Wc respectfully re quest our friends and the public to examine onr goods be fore making their purchases, as we are 'determined to sell low for cash, or to punctual dealers on liberal time. Y e will sell our Cloaks, Mantillas, pnnted Muslin de Lanew and Shawls at cost mar7 STEVENSON A WHITE rrJtESS GOODS. Rich Brocade Silks, in all colors; XJ Rich Neat Plaid Silks; rich Black Brocade Silks; Rich White Brocade Silks;; Rich Roquet de Hands; Rich Black Gro do Rhines Small Check'd De Laues; Rich plain Gro de Rhines; Small Figur'd De Lanes; Rich Plain Gro de Rhines in all clors; White, l'ink and Blue Gro de Prance: ' Plain Spun Silks; Small...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 13 May 1853

THE HVILLE UNION, MISCELLANEOUS. HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. NASHVILLE UNION. 7" . .- u , .CHURCH & MARLING, Proprietors. b. v. '. : OFFICE-NO. GO, UNION BUILDINGS, CHERRY ST. NAS 4 IS EHE -.WEEKLY UNION Is furnished to subscribers at the following rales: Single copies, one year in advance. S2 50; within the year 3 00; at the end of the year 4 00. Clubs Of five and upwards 2 00 per copy for one year. Glubs of subscribers will be received for six months at the foregoing rates. The TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 5 per annum in advance; if not paid in advance, $G. The -DAILY is published at Eight .Dollars. EST THE MONEY IN ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY SUBSCRIPTIONS.., ,v.; . Remittances of subscriptions may -be made by mail at jw risk.,; V Nopapcr will be sent out of "tlie'State unless the order-is ac companied with the cash. " - STEAMBOATS. NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE PACKET. icw 1'assengei Steamer, II. O R.W.Hill, Captain T. II. Newell, 100 tons burthen. Tins ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 13 May 1853

THE DAILY UNION. FOR GOVERNOR, &A. ndrew J o h n bi 9 V" AUTHOR OP THE HOMESTEAD. "Isel out on this ground, which I suppose to beseJf epidmt, ihil the eirlh bsloajs, in uiufrusl, to the liv ing" Thomas Jefferso.t. ."Togjjvrd every American citizen of enterprise the opportunity, of securing an. independent freehold, it stem toinz bzsl to abandon the idea of railing a fa 'ture revenue out of the public lands." Axdrew 'JliCKSOK. iron coN'fiRESS, 'S'iLMUEL P. ALLISON, of Davidson. CORRESPONDENCE. CaiCKuia Necst, May 9th, 1853 . 31b. Maulixq : For the benefit of some of my whig friend. I would venture to ask you for some information, which if you are not prepared to give, please enquire of some of the big whig down about Nashville, what are whig prin ts ctples, or what constitute whig principles in this day and "latitude? My whig friends say they used to know some- thing about what the whig party was for, when they advo cated a United State Bmk-Distribution High Tariff p r make cheap...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 13 May 1853

V BY TELEGRAPH. TELEGRAPHED FOB THE DAILY UNION. New York, May 12, a. m. Further particulars by the Uambna. Havre Cotton Market, April 26 Sales of the week were Z.bbv bales ires ordinaire vd irancs. Messrs. Hazwell & Co., of Rotterdam, have failed John Atwood, of London, a large metal dealer has also failed. The Cholera is prevailing at Moscow. At Constantinople, Lord Stafford has assured the Sublime Porte of British protection. A fight had occurred at Jerusalem, between some Greeks and Americans in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Several were -wounded. Advices from Australia to the 12th February, have been received. The yield is represented as plentiful as ever. New York, May 12 xoos The steamer Pro methiushas arrived from San Juan, with dates to 4th. She brings $170,000 in gold dust. The U.S. sloop of war Cyane is still at San Juan. Thert vere twenty-one persons killed by the explosion of the steamer Jenny Lind. An attempt -was made to burn the steamer Winfield Scott whilst ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 13 May 1853

E JSB m yiWWiaMW'ilMiaMaMir "Baa" n..i. m im w buli J 11,11 1 A J ei Pll' ! r. 1 11 - - - - U -UU - ' " T" " . . . t --. m -.-M 1 -r- . I - rrrt.N-mr .-r i -iTnrl n r I ' T l . DRY GQQgS &C. LEAXOEE D. CT VEN'SO-V. . 5E?T L- VHITE. . STEVENSON & WHITE, a Dsalers in Staple and .Fancy- DryalioodSj Ac 59, Cferr of the ityttareana UoUege Street, AuBhetlU. li nave now miore one oi uic laijre-si ana oesi ivsj-i V T en stock oi goous iu wo ciiy. c rospecuuiiy ro f . . . Hi- .. auest our friends ana tue pubnc to examine we arc detcnninet to K alers bn liberal time. re intcd Muslin de Lanes and om swKiB oe- fore makinir their purebaes, as we Um for cash, or to punctual dealer: will ell our Cloaks. Haatillas. printed Shawls at cost mart STEVENSON & WHITE 'irpItESS GOODS. Rich Brocade Silks, in nil llsJ Ricli Neat Plaid Silks; rich Black Brooke snwRIoh White Brocade Silks:; Rich Roquet do Lwex RichfUlack Gro de Uhinaa Snwll Chectc'd Be-juMss; " -:R!Sh pain Gro de Rhines; Small Figu...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 14 May 1853

NASHVILLE UNION. CHURCH & MARLING, Proprietors. OFFICE NO. GO, UNION BUILDINGS, CHERRY ST. THE "WEEKLY UNION Is furnished to subscribers at the following rales: Single copies, one year in advance. 2 50; within theyear$3 00; at the end of the year $4 00. Clubs Of five and upwards $2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be received for six months at the foregoing rates. The TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at $6 per annum in advance; ifnot paid in advance.SC. . v. --.p,,;. . The DAILY is published atEight Dollars. ' V- -r-THE MONEY IN 'ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY SUBSCRIPTIONS..! Remittances of subscriptions may be made by mail at our risk. No paper will be sent out of the Stale unless the.order is ac companied with the cash. STEAMBOATS. NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE PACKET. SPLENDID New Passenger Steamer, II. ffWtw ft, It. W. Hill, Captain T. H. Newell, U33 1500 tons burthen. This magnificent Steam- jfesSgg er, now being completed at New Albany,...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 14 May 1853

4 THE DAILY UNION. FOR GOVERNOR, Andrew Jolmsoa? AUTHOR" OF THE JTO BESTEAD. "I set out on titis'ground,-which I sup pose to be self - eviitnt. that ihe enrlh bshngs,in usufruct; toihe liv Hng." Thouas Jefferson'. "7b afford every American citizen qfenierprise-.the opportunity of securing an independent' "freeKoldit "ssem to me best to abandon i!iefidea 6f raising a fu tare revenue out of the-public lands." Andrew Jackson. FOR CONGKES3, SAMUEL P. ALLISON of Davidson. The Texas Lvdiaxs. We learn from a gentleman ..recently arrived from Texas that Major G. T. How ard, the Indian agent, has accepted offers made to him by several public spirited citizens of that State, donating a large quantity of at present unoccupied land for the temporary settlement of the wild tribe . now starving among the barren rocks to which the -necessities of the settlers have driven them. The .sbill.setting apart a certain amount of land for the use of these tribes having failed before the last le gislature, ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 14 May 1853

! JOHN YOHK& CO. F. HAGrAN. MISCELLANEOUS. MEDICAL. BY TELEGRAPH. TELEGRAPHED FOR THE DAILY UNION. New Orleaks, Slay 12, p. m. Galveston dates to the 10th inst, have been received per steamer Mexico. The gold accounts heretofore published are fully confirmed. The Galveston News says that it is informed by a gentleman from Lockhart that a party of citizens had just returned from an ex ploring expedition, and that they had fouud gold in the mountains 70 miles north-west ol that place, it was found both on the surface and by digging. .Tiiey brought back some lumps valued aljifty-nine hundred and fifty dollars. The Austin Gazelle, Uherto incredulous, fully endorses the most favor,--Thf le reports, and the editor gays he can ' no longer Utertam the ler3t doubt m reft-rence to the matter; jt is expected that new discoveries will be made T $oon. The principal gold region yet discovered is in the mountains, enclosed by the Colorado on the east, the San Saba on the north, and the river L...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 14 May 1853

rate law Ijngagc OCt'jl the Hi purcli NASTS DRY GOODS, &C STRATTON, SMITH & CO TTf2AT? lOOhhds Prime Sugar, in store and for sale . O low by nug 18 STRATTON. SMITH A CO, Broadway. LZAN'DEB D. '"Will. warn IK lMlars m V X entj , STEVENSON. EOBEUT L. WHITE. STEVENSON & WHITE, Dealora in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, 30. 59. Corner of the square and CoUege Street, Aashville. WE have no w in store one of the largest and best assort ed stock of goods in the city. We rospectfully re quest our friends and the public to examine our goods be fore making their purchases, as we are determined to sell low for cash, or to punctual dealers on liberal time. We will sell our Cloaks, ilantillas, printed Muslin de Lanes and Shawls at cost mar7 STEVENSON k WHITE IfMlKSS (iOniiS Rich Brocade Silks, in all colors: I'J Rich Neat Plaid Silks: rich Black Brocade Silks; Rich White Brocade Silks;; Rich Roquet de Lanes; Rich Black Gro de Rhines Small CheckM De Lanes; Rich plain Gro de Rhines; Small ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 16 May 1853

V iimli.i: TT "VT T f 1T " 'MrSGELLANfey ;. '" 1 F It HARDWARE AND CUiTERYr THE NASHVILLE UNION. CHURCH & jHARLIN(. Proprietors. V OFFICE NO. G9, UNION BUILDINGS, CHERRY ST. THE WEEKLY UNION Is furnished lo subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance. $2 50; within theyear?3 00; atihe end of tbeyear $4 00. Cujbs. Of fire and upwards 12 00 per copy for one year-, Clubs of subscribers will be received for six months. at the foregping rates. -Fhe TRI-WEEKLY' Is' published every Tuesday, Thursday f and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if iiotTaid in advance, 0. . v , The DAILY is published at'Eigh'tDo!!anf--"- ' ' t-TTIE MONEY IN ALLCASES TO 'ACCOMPANY SUBSCRIPTIONS.. ' Remittances of subscriptions maj be made by .mail at our risk. No paper will be sent out of thc'-te unless the order is ac companied with the cash. . , , STEAMBOATS. NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE PACKET. OPLENDID New Passenger Steamer, H. .fWSv rS T XV TTSII Contain T. II. NewEI.I- ll&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 16 May 1853

Ji 3" BY .vtjIE DAILY UNION. FOR GOVERNOR, Andrew J !i n s u n 9 ; ADTKOR OF TUB II0UESTE.4D. "Isel out on this around, which I suppose to beself- evpknt, that Jhc earth belongs, in usufruct, tolhe liv ing. Thomas Jefferson. "To afford every American citizen of enterprise Vie opportunity of securing .an indefiendentfred'iold, it seems to me best to dbandon'the idea of raising a fu tnre revenue out of the public lands." di:e;v Jackson. ? IFOR CONGHES3, P. ALLISON, of Davidson. . SAJfBL . -THE HORRIBLE RAILROAD CALAMITY AT NOR "WALK. . We, devote a considerable portion of our available space this morning to the dreadful details of the horrible railroad massacre yesterday, at the draw- uriugu on uie i orwauc river, at tno village 01 an or . walk, m Uonnec'icut. r As far as our recollection extends, there has not been another such disastrous railroad accident since the first locomotive was putin motion upon the first railroad that was ever constructed. In the entire history of all the r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 16 May 1853

i BY TELEGRAPH. TELEGRAPHED FOR THE DAILY UNION. -"ox.au ur r. THE STEAMER Atlantic? n JET YoRK' 12- The steamer Atlantic has arnved. Nothing further known of the Russian Ambas-, saaocsnegotiauons with Turkey. It is expeftQf tion win come to a pcacelujdrm ma- No Christians were massacred jBrussa, but a jeliSious conspiracy had beetiovered against sssKffinsrag sr's f h-om t,, "r. . J-SSSAteen banished to Asia. ton oFwS I2A00?.bale? The fs&s&fix ntd fair raidcil.ino H- J. rwsaA-auceu 03. oa.: oorn ou.: iara, prices still : 'active: Beef and Pork moderate re quest. in the British pajarcmcnt the debate on the finan cial subjectaatfnucd, a motion wa3 made to rcpu- UiaiJ(finfome Lay. Which wns ripmit.irori fhf vernment having a majority of 75. Mrs. Ilarriet Bcecher Stowe is the cuest of the Duchess of Sutherland; she had dined with the Lord .Mayor. A meeting had been called at Greenwich to en courage Kossuth. Two Roman Catholic Bishops have been empris oned for debt. The Empress o...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 16 May 1853

MEDICAL. MISCELLANEOUS. ir 7 LEANDEli n. CTCTE.VSO.V. BERT L. WHITE. , t STEVENSON & WHITE, . !t RnTi1ft anil Fancy DrVsGoois. V 5D, Oonnerrf U,e tyuare anti -e jSashoille. TTE have now in store one of the largest airtl best assort- Y ed .stock ot goods in me cuy. e nispeciiuiiy re quest omvfricnds and the public to examine ourgoqdsbe foio making their purcliases, as we are determined to sdl factor cash, or-to punctual dealers on liberal time. We will sell our Cloaks, Mantillas, printed Muslin de J a e ana Shawls at cost. mar7 STEVENSON A WiiITH DRESS GOODS. Rich Brocade Silks, in all colors; Rich 3e.tt Plaid Sili:s; rich Black Brocade Silks; ltich White Brocade Silks;; Rich Roquet de Lanes; Rich Black Gro de Rbine3 Small Check'd Ue Lanes; Rich plain Gro de Rhines; Small FigurM De Lanes; Bich Plain Gro de Rhines in all c dors; AVnite, Pink and Blue Gro de France; Plain Spun Silks; Small Figur'd Cashmeres; Neat Checked Silks; Plaid Cashmeres; . , French, English and Gennan Merino...

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