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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 6 October 1853

if4 it ! ; : if YOL. XXIV. UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE-Xo. 11, DEADERICK STJIEET:: THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subJeribers at the fallowing rales: Single coj)3es Oaoj . year in adranoe. 2 50; within the year iV3 00; at the end - r Uie your $1 00. Clues Of five and upward f 2 00 ( per copy far one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived fur six months at tbe foregoing rales. heTRI-WRKKLY is published erery Tuesday, Thursday' and Saturday, at f 5 per annum in advance; if not paid in. advance, $. DA I LY. ig published at Bight Dollars. . t . tsttlir money i ill casks to accompany sursoriptios Remittances of subscriptions ica ba l .ado by mail at onr risk. paper will be sent out of tbe State unless the. order is ac companied with the cash. rou snEinrK. are authorized to announce L- Yt-. Fcssel. us n. candidate tor re-elecliou to the omce of Sheriff of Davidson county, at the next March election. H7Wc arc authorized to announce Jons K. Eduo.vdson-, a candidate for t...

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. — 6 October 1853

J.L.MAJUJNO, '. O. IASTMAN, e.C.TOBBCTT, K.C.C.CUUHCH. jonN t. MIR III N G & CO. " ro irons axt Tnorr.iETop.s. THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 0, 1853. r f .' wit. RAMSEY'S ANNALS OF TENNESSEE. A new supply of this invaluable work has lately been recfivitl at the ulifierent Book Stores in this city, and members of the Legislature, andther .vtsllbrs.ih the city, should not let the present op- portunity pass -without cacli one purchasing a copy. jf&'Tennuli 0r Tvnnes see" flmuld be in the hands of everv citizen in the State. Especially ought our .legislator?, and clhcrpublicand aspiring men. to oo .. 'familiar With (he contents of its pages. Besides the flntrchVc merits of the work (which are admitted to " JilC!-prrT;n.t it -should be remembered that Dr. IJam . J'f.lfes labotx-d most assiduously and incurred heavy ' 'expense ill Older 10 produce a work worthy of the talent and character of the Suite. In this ho has fully succeeded, according to (he general verdict, and it should tunc l...

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. — 6 October 1853

NAS HVIILLE: TiiunsD.vY ZUOUNINCOCT. c ie&' COURSE. NASHVILLE RACES-WALNUT .-. . ,Tlic race yesterday over the Walnut Course was fortha Association pursa of S250 lvro niile beats There were two entries Dr. Deahemck's Gerlrtie .Jljstey and CoL Gpild's Judge RMfcy.'Theday was, Tcry favorable and the track in good order. On no previous .day has there been so Xair an attendance, nor equal interest manifestedin the result of a race. In fact, so well and closely were the various heat3 contended, that no one could welllook upon the contest without partaking of tho generalcxcite " inent Such a race not only adds'credit to the al . ready fair reputation of the horses engaged, but gives lustre to the sports of the turf. ' j At the usual hour the horses were brought upon -the track, where they were immediately surrounded by the curious, as well as the knowing ones the .latter of whom seemed in search of points'b'y which to be governed in their betting. After undergoing tho severest scrutin...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 6 October 1853

Mi mm SUNDRIES. NASHVILLE STEAM HAHBLE WOKKS. JAMES SLOAN, Proprietor, j KiRKM'fco'wWiaiiJoirssosAnottXKSToaiDco w.u-.cnocar. ' NASHVILLE, TENN. ZTarUe WjrcroeinU Ute'JS ftaml Vomer of Summer and Spring iSrecCs. HAYING nvvde exicnsi.e enlargements in nyr Marble . Works my facilities ore such tliat 1 can execute all lands of work in tle most tasteful manner and the, latest style, as cheap a. it can be dono in any of the Eastern Cities. 'Jly calling at ray Ware-rooms, on tlie corner of Spring and Summer streets, specimens may be seen wliicli will enable persons tojudgo for lueiuseives, which is the best nielliod. llaving' on hand lilJJauds or Marble from Ecast Tennessee. Alo, a fins assortment of Egyptian, Italian and American Marble, whicu I will sell low to tlie trade, wholesale and re tall, finished or iu the rough state. A large assortment o! Mosoments, Towns, llArnsiui. Founts, U sxzt, Vasss, Garden Fiarjcia, Grave Stosies, Ac carved and lettered to order. FucxiTciai Jl ifjilk ex...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 7 October 1853

. - , , - : . , ' - -.-; t ; AiiL'..:.; . . .'" 1 , . - ."- av, - " ----i---' "fi ' ' - .' ' '; - , -LNU. IVVm TJjSTIQN,APA3fERICAN, OFI'ICBXp. 11, DEADERICK STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to sabscribm at tho following Talcs: Single copies,' opo year in advaa. 1 50; within. the ycsr.$8 00; attbe'end of Ibe year ?i tsX Cutis Of.five and ppwards 62 00 per copy fair (ma year. Clubs of subscribers will bo re-, ceivedforsirmonth at the forqjpmg rates; -. be TRI-WJ&KLY is published every Tuesday,' Thursday.; and Satunki-, at J"-j;r annum in ativance?imot pam in ad ranee, $C DAILY is jmbbsbed at Eight Dollars.' " ' tSTTHH MONEY f-" U.L CASES' TO ACCOMPANY 'henrftUnceaof.Bubscriptiotts rear ba ;ade bytnaui.t bur ' rist. . paper will be sent eat of the State unless iha order is'ac!. ' cfcmpanied'vrifti the cash. . , r0U SUEWfF. t5fWe are anthnnzed to anncionce I- W. Tusist, "as a candidate for re-ekctian to Die office of Sheriff of Davidson county, at Hie noit MSreh e...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 7 October 1853

t , s -gaoiaraaoaa any eaoxiai oo .o.vii:ivk ,ri Kiior naaaiQ-3-a-if 'lissxci-a-o -Vthisyh -n - 'oKinmi-iT FRIDAY JIOIlNINt:, OCTOBEK7, 1853. MR. HULSEMAN'S LETTER. -tkakslatioit. ArsmtAS Legation, Vhingtoni August 29, 1853. The underSigncd, Charge d' Affaires of bis Ma ;. tl.o Rmner.ir of Austria, has been instnic- .-j ..u-S. it,: nffiml not tb the iionoraoie LUil 4-U ftUMitrp ....... " , , - . Secretary of Stftc in relation to the difficulties which have-occurred between the agents of the two Governments at the port of Smyrna. The fuels which came to pass on that occasion, are of public-notoriety, and the undersigned thinks he may confine himself, in his comments thereon, to the most prominent points. Our Consul Gen eral, Mr. do Wecfcbccker, exercising the right of jurisdiction which has been guarantied. by trea ties to the consular agents of Austria in the Eist, relative to their countrymen, had caused to bear rested, and conveyed on board the Austrian brig-of-war, " Hnszar,,'' t...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 7 October 1853

tection of ft Dutch consul, was to bo considered a Dutcliman as to his nat ional, character (yVhcfrion's Inter. Law, 3S4.; 3 Ilob. Adm. fieports, 12.) This decision has been examinedxand" approved by the cmiuent jurists xdio iavc since written .t.rear tises on international lavr. 1 According to the principle established in Uilscasc, Koszta was invested iriUi'.'Jbc .nationality, of the United States, if he had it not before, the moment he was under tlitj protection of the American Con sul at Smyrna and the 'American legation at Con stantinople. That he was. t-o received, -is estab lished by the Tesktreh they gavo him, and tbe ef forts the made for lus release. Tho Charge d'Af l'aires ad interim of the United States -at Constanti nople, in aletter of the 29th of June, addressed to the imperial internunrio-sta.tis: "It was on present ing this declaration of allegiance to the consulate of die United. States of America at Smyrna, and to this legation, that the said Koszta. was furnished ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 7 October 1853

Hf m i 'Hi 1 N-;ti' SUNDRIES.. KA5HVIIXE.S7EAa KASB1E WOfSS. J AUKS SLOAN, I'roprietor. HAKXTT ST.. OPPOSITE J0I1'W5C UOR.VE'sTOaACCO JrACXHOCaS. NASHVILLE, TENN.. Mubie iVarrrownt cZ & ill eUind Comer of Summer end Sjtricy Streets. TTAVING wade extensive eularvremcnts in rnyMarlle fl Worfcytny facilities nreach Hut I can execute tli.J lunus ot wore m uiu uma. v-nttui wauiicr anu tec latest style, &s cheap na it can be dors in any of tha Eastern Cities. Byralb'ngatmy WanMVWms, on the co:nerof Spring and Simmer ivtroets, specimens may teeen which will en&blo persons tojudge for themselves, which is the best method. Having on lWid ail kinds of Marble from Keast Tennessee. Also, a lino assortment of Egyptian, Italian and American Marble, wmdi I wiji tell low to Uie trade, wholesale andre tail, finished or in the rough. State. A largo assortment vt Mondhexts,. Toms, Batosval Fodxts, Umfc, Yasw, Gaboex Fiowus!, Geavx Stones, Ac, carrodand leiftrod to order. FouxrrcKa Makblk e...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 8 October 1853

- r . . . " ixJ -r" JR- .-r-"il,T-- 1 - IIBIII iii'iiiihii iMi.j,;,,, ' 1 11 1' ' J., ,n . llr jl J, , 11 1' . 1 )...( - ' '' ' 4 '.! Ik NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1853. B?!5 NOi HO. .i L J l. .UNIOJST AKD-AMEBIOmt Orj'IQE-No. 11, UEADEItJCK STREET. - i-- , 1 THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished'! to subscribers at the foUowing rates: Single copie3, one ) foregoing " heTBlAVTCEKLY is published eveiy Tuesday,, Thtirsday r and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if not paid in ' 'advance,"? 0. rf "DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. E5TTIIE MONEY K LL CASES TO ACCOMPANY SUBSCIUPTIOS jI 1 A .:f V . (I Remittances of subscriptions rr- ba itade by mail at our risk. - paper will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac - omnpanied with the cash. kou siiEittrr. E?fWe are antlioriied to announce L. Y. Fcsseu ns a candidate for rtMjlection to the oflice of Sherift" of Davidson countr. at Hie next March election. C2fVe"are authorized t announce Jonx K..Edi!Okdson ' ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 8 October 1853

i.uuxnuxa, x. c. isrux, q-ctoebutt, auccicacaca. J O ife I JIAitXJN;G i CO. EDITORS AND FB0PBIET0R3. ' S ATBIIDAY MOKINING, OCT. 8, 185a. " THE LEGISLATURE. i ' IJo'Ji ITouses -have spent "tlie first ivcek of tho season in organ-zing. That being accomplished, " there isiotliins now in tho way of an energetic despatch of the public business. .-(iTho following are the ofiicers of Uie Seriate: W5' Sir--Gen. Edwix Pour, nf Hardeman. ' ' v Jtfnctpal C.exk'E, J3. Eastm-U, of Danilson. ' 'Jlsxulant Clerk D. D. IIolu.au, of Robertson. JJorlyeptr Lki-axi Davh Greene couutj. Messsngrr William Rockivood. -.. .Jhxa llpute of Represeutalives In 5 elected tho followinj'officera: SptaXer William II. AVisehkii, of BeJfoiJ. Principal Clerk R. il. Ciiratham, of Robertson. AiihUnt Cler): llvsncc Hoss,ol W'athingtou. Engrosiinq Clerk Akk Hciitr, of, Bradley. Prinripil Doorkeeper Mr. Piirupj, of Cunibell, Assistant Doorkeeper V. II. Yewzu, of Harde man. Ota'd these officers it does not become us to spea...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 8 October 1853

2S. N A SHY I L LE: SATURDAY MORNING, -OCT. 8, 1853. The llivcr is falling rapidl v., two feet water on tho Shoals. .Toledo left yesterday for Paducah. arfTvetl yterilay from -that port. - Slie-Lcuella 1ST ny-. Mr. Twioiiell, htc of.JYew .Otleans, wiil preach atOottagc Clmfftli'oho-raorrow (Sab- bath), at,l IsCuteek, "and B P? Jf." NASHVILLE KACE3 AY. -WjALS UTACO,lJUSE. v ajtrqi Iat The race yesterday over tho AVal liul Course waa-ratheanninlcreain ' -It-WaIvvon easjjv ynipi Pkrtk hi tv6 heals, tho Utter oi Vhwn was. pretty wellContentled. by Ivanparoo. Summary: ' " ' .K ,,bV,iihp. Ijeriaflian, S v. o. IVF.Fowler entered Kanga ..- i i garoo, byGlencoe.damderu. "than, 4 v. o. .Time, LrC; Lul ' 'T6-33a-?, Eaoe. rSisTit DAV-4-SATunPAT;!0et- 8. Association Purse, '$400 Four Mite' heats..,. T 'q Ti..,i-tAr. nnfuM r rnrtniJe Hosier. Lv. imr.orled ir-or j UMstjaaaruam Dyjucuira, j.y. i'. Arersrai i Hliott enters g. ui. oy cxHcreign, , dami'bv Ijcriathan, 4. f. o. J. C'. Guild enters di. c...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 8 October 1853

nam iSm SUNDRIES. , - NASHYILL'H STEAM KARBLE V0BJ3. JAMES SLOAN, l'roprietor. JUBRTST., OPPOSITE JOKXSOW A HOILnVsTOBACCO WABETJOUSE. "riASfsTi NASHVILLE, TENN. ATari Wareroontatihe oil stand Orner Summer and .. - - Spring Strait. TXAVlNOmsde cxter.S ve cnlArCTi.monU in iT,THrV,1 -r JEL Works, my fctcilities ate such thai I can execute all Hnrlqnfrnrkin ilicmnit taiffiil mini,T.-r,,i h, i,tvi ctin talbhcapasitcaubc dora in any of the Eastern Citie3.-4 Bcalfingat my Ware-rooms, on the cprnerof Spring and Smnuiertreets,psramcnsrnsybe'seeQ which iriU enable tiersuns tojudgo for themselves, which Is the best method, Having on hand nil kinds or Marble from Eeast Tennessee. Also, a line assortment of Egypluui, Italian and American Marble, which I wiil sell low to the trade, wholesale and re tail, finished or in the rough state. A lare assortment of Moxuuents, roues, Baptismal , Fockts-i Max. Vases. GA&ntLV Finnit ftitir-c st,mv-ra 'A r. i carved and lettered to order. Fuiootube Mabbl...

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. — 9 October 1853

A L 1 I U- .1. B , If ! II I 1 1 I A m T T 1 ' "m ar --1; i 13 ..J WAsmfeLlir umui I) AMEK CM 5 V6. XXIV. tP NASHVILTE, TENN: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 135B. " ' L "ini .r-rri - Mr - i..,-. : . : . ........ ... ...... -nto fn. i UNIN-' ANp PBRIC AN. ' OI'PIGIMfo.'tl, DEVDEMtK-STllEKT. THE WEEKLY'tlNlbNANI) AMERlCAN--Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Smgle copies, one fear in advance. 2 505 .within theyear 3 tyfr at the end . .of the yew $1,00. Cixcs-Ofre and,oprards $2 00 per cop for one year.. Clubs of subscriber-will Lc re 'ceirtsltbrsixmonthsatthe'foregoinK htles. ' - .jt"ieTRi-WEEKL,Y Ufimlisbed every Tuesday, Thursday ' - and Kaluniar, at f5 per annum In advance: if not paid in "'advanfe,'?8. ' . .J. uAnA'is.vuulWujdalEtglitMar. t-TUE MO.N'EY f '- MJj OASES TO ACCOilPAK BatottttV our i , 'P is paper Will'be sent nt 6Tthe Stale Unless the order is ac-1 connkniedlhecL , " .U ron siirairr. J57"TTc are authoriied to announce Ij. W; Fcssel. as a.1: candidate for re-electi...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 9 October 1853

a. m.&&cuukco1 j.uMUKUio, .!. usthas, o.CToiuiirr, J Oil if L. MARIiIIfX; s J . -tftrrons Ajhvtroprietoes .UiiUND AY HORN1FU, OCTOBER!), 1853. .-,j0f See first Page of Daily. " ':'-- V' GOA'ERKOR'S MESSAGE. .r..i Rtt9.tGor.OAMrREU.sMes8ago this morning. It is a plain businesa-likd doctjmcutj devoted almost j., . tysclusivcly to the review of "tho coudi lion and prps--., .l,e? f t!le State of Tennessee." AVe need not gp iuto a detail of its suggestions and recommendation?, , . tas it will lie- carefully read by the pcopleof the State. JVhi!u aljts, yiews arc not likely to meet approval s.-0C QUfsfwns, tlicro is much in its statement of ..e.cpndition.of.thc State to excite general gratifi cation. Ait 1 wo 4ako occasion to add, that, in retiring from the position which lie lias to wortliily filled, to tan (hci pursuits of private life, Gov. Gaupbell carries . withibiiirhhi! confidence aj:d -reipect of the demo- 1 craticrartr- no lcftJ than of his Own. A PJlfffpaidi ifrom Atlant...

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. — 9 October 1853

3P tliiffiti HP sit1 oneroF MlS3 gagemi in won to in fcssici changi morel) 1 nextfr that w .6 preota Union 13 not her 1 gen'us To-t or the farce i excelt TilL laU r, bcll thet i newj lions i TJ tion and f gata the C Pent and X i -untie 'aLioH repre send "to adojw on0 ward tH Isora eacl cacln moth ft toes forcl herst those from 5 Ef Cincji meat! turn!' eater any t rnost and i chase lieves befor NASHVI LLE ssu.vD.iY Hbitxixti,- Oct. o, EUcv. Dr. Pausoks will preace at M'JTendrea Church to-.nigUt . E5"We coll the attention of our readers to the " card of R. H. Frazcs, Commisaoin Merchant at' Nevr Any consignments" to' this house . will meet with prompt attention. Hon. William II. CmrncnwixL. represent ative in Congress from the Knox .dbtrictls iuionj the distinguished visitors in the city. '' ' ZSf Tlie little Gazetter with its three" !lmndred puukijiiwj, is foraewnai ouencieu DecausRfWe men? tioned the fact tliat its subscribers were furnished with Mr. Marcv's latter tlirongh tho ifoc...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 9 October 1853

r r from IP Thetuf one-or tothTj fessioi i chang i f3 .otm i w's WIIOLESAiL TRADE. FALL 1853: DUNCAN, MORGAN & CO., X. 70 uti 71, I'hU'ic Squirt; XasheUU, Tennessee., HLVVEpowinsioreandoffeTfrs-saleanexfcnsireasaort. Prints. AU lliewwSlvlesinrjreat variety ofpattenis, elw.'.linr uortiuhiti.rhluci.Oreenfi.a:cfc-and While. LitiM'S. In rioli brist culoni. Plaid. ISeda, 111 aw. Ac. r. tiuefaIn Btact,' Blue, Stripes, Haids, colors and uux:un& . - - Cawiineresi--Fincy-and "Black, rarietr of jMittenii. ,'m- Cloth. YAmV, Bine. Urown. Drab, Ac jn.-' J?innufJ'--ln atl mdthi.Tiualiiie.i. and colors. in Ore jpjjgj - 15l.inkS!tIt all slies, qimlilws. and color, a very , jL Shn wis. Ao eitenwro and beautilul assortment, solid H cotl'ud. Bnlwoiderie, Ac. - . Dcs- Goods. llaiii, Hlaii ml Fignred AlpaciS M JV Iain. Cashineret, Gain la?d iti neat strlta and ncU rcf kN colors.- J!l!k, i)rab and figured Worsted SurgcaT VESTIKGS A varlotr of Styles. JACONETS. J3 XBAU MUSUXS, .if'lSDlA J500KS, KW...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 11 October 1853

TflS tlil at j ing 1x5 from p: The aittl one of't f vol. xxiy. NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1853. Miss I TL l- I V-J M 1 BU I Kl HB tH HSV J MW I I k I IP7 P-". (HI I f I I H 1 H I . aM f amM I M I M W-l I I sBW OtW V 3 n 1 H I WW I I I f 7 J KiS W k-.C t&J I taKl M mHa?l H I I W I tf ft'M Wl I VH It I IH I W I M aH I a I HI I Mam Baari J. MB KmV I M I V I m. NO. 112. oicryjlc in worn clianct lnorejt We next a that w prccia ' Uniot 13 not her J gen;us I To-i of tht farce execllj Tux last i bells the tl new' liotisi Til mucrj tiona and t gates the a Perm and t iinde! reprej fend i "to t adopt on Co ward JS lora, each 1 each motlic J toes n fore lu her soi those ji from tl Cincin meats, turnip! eaten any t rno3t and is cliascy lieves i before portan galnin ttsetlU: avairtl and an IiiSjpa heXc nessfm v than tt arc spi Mil n siic our (lit The from 3 of Mr. iteri.il ous ad r Court, fled it wiser acter jierieni is billt ver, it will be that tl his spf or phr: diwi'jsp which H...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 11 October 1853

IB "K. Mm 1 tc, t I C ft 4 l 4B9k ' " m i m m. i m at "MfM 1 aBn , - ' ' T . ? - :! r : I : -r eF' JlCWPAY, Oj'. 10. J.UlUKUXa, E.6. tiSTKA-V, o.CTUnuir, .ui..uui. JOHN I.. MARI.INC A CO. CDfXiUS AlftTrROPIlIETOItS. MORNING, OCT. 11, 1853. THE GOVERNOR EI.KGT. fJTon Akpeew Johnson, Governor elect, arrived irntlie city on Sunday, He is stopping at the iasli- n Inn. Gov. Gamiheix? term of office will expire next tsinlay. (the lSfli,) on which Jay, we presume, (tiie inauguration kof tlie Governor elect will take place. . THE VICTIM 0? ANOTHER'S MISFORTUNES "We do not vouch fur the truth of the following story, but it U currently reported and believed. Maj. IIesbv's famils, itiss.iid, insist that he should be made Senator because he was beaten for Governor. When the argument was repeated to CoL Bell, he pronounced himself utterly unable to appreciate its force, "What," said he, "is lli'j. Hen ry to avenge hiniclf on me for h's defeat by Col. Johneon? Am I to be made the unfortunate vic ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 11 October 1853

TUESDAY -MOfcJriyu, OCTOREK 11, 4153. JIBS ELIZA LDQ AN. " This talented actress c'osed her engagement in this city, last evening; adcI the proceeds of the even ing being for her benefit, the Adelphi was .filled from pit to gallery with her friends and admirers. The audience was the most brilliant and fashionable one of the season. Alisa Logax leaves us afbar a very successful! en gagement, and carries with her the best wishes of ccry lorerof&c drama and every admirer of genius i in woman, fche u among the few wholiave brought to the discharge of the duties or the histrionic pro fession superior talents, high moral worth, and un changing devotion, and her career lias not. been lnore brilliant than meritorious. We are not advised as to where Miss Looam will next appear on the stage, but we feel well assured that wherever she goc3 her merits will be duly ap preciated. In nearly all the leading cities of the Union she lias filled engagement?, and where phe is not known personally h...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 11 October 1853

if- 4-: WHQEESALE TRADE. DtfNCAW, MORGAN & CO., A 70 71, Sjuare, SadeSt nntsm-' HAVE now in .uore and offer for Hoona meat of AMERICAN AN,V- UB 000D3 In-pert as follow, to wit ... , . . . , ,, Flints All the ?r Toflterns, risxx,alare assort ,uei Greens, Black and hitc. LiHscjs. rich bright colors, Plaids, Reds, lilues, Satinet.- In Black, Blue, Stripes, Plaids, colors and mixture. Cassiracre. Fancy and Black, variety cf patterns. Cloths.- Black, Blue. Brown. Drab, Ac Flannels. -In all widths, qualities, and colors. Blankets. In all sizes, qualities, and colors, a very large and varied assortment, of every description, S-hlwls. An extensive and beautiful assortment-, solid colors. Plaids. Embroideries, Ac Dress Goods. Plain, Black end Figured Alpacas, D' Laines. Cashmeres, Gala Plaids in neat styles and rich colors. Black, Drab aud figured VVorsied Sarges. VESTINGS A variety ofsrrlcs. SIUCIAS. JACONETS X BAK Jl USI.l S5, SWISS .MUSLINS, INDIA BOOKS, NAINSOOKS. LINENS, HANDKERCHIE...

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