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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 18 October 1853

rNASHTNN : TlJSI)JTaBl2Il; 18, 1853'. 'tr to fi; -1. -aw i; ! it OFI ICB-KoWll, DEAUyUCK STREET. THE WEEKLY AND AMERICAN Is fiirnisJied to sulibrslitLkf(U6wtog'iTile3;i5iiig!e copies, oqe Year in aJfitif ft 'tr0j within the year3 . 0& at the end, or tlie jear"?4 &li CuTes Of fire and.npwards-rl 4W per copy lor one year. CInbs or subscritera wQl be re ceived forirtiKmlhsut'4be5foreg . lie TRI-WEfci?r jVp'uf .Indied every Tuesday -terd.' , adv-uice. R .'-...' j. . . advance, fr DAILY i published at Eiffht Dollars. C-TItS MONEY- M0NF.Y7 " Llr-OABES TO-. ACCOifTANi SDBSGMPTI03 f-T BmUtanwittfbscriptioas tr bs'iile by maiI.A- our mi.. -- - , paper will tefestWof theStale"imlcs3 the order li ac companied wifllWecasa.'- " "-f"- TOR BUEpiJET. SSfWe are authorized to announce In -W. "Fcssel. as a caadldato for re-elecliou to thc-(2ice of SliorilT of lMriiUoiii county. at ibe iKi;! JIan ycct. EWe areanibirriied taannouivce Joax K. Edmoxosox, r'r Wf am ouihArirXl Inanmnmni V.xrwtr f!mr...

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. — 18 October 1853

TinaOVtblgflyjCTOBERnS, X853H "JtjO.30UKKN3 INAUGURAL. - Jossers, wbral"vaj jielivercjJrejttW&y.jn tfie pres ence of the mibcrj! jfjtie General As5oin.bh''ani1 aij -itsaiPtisptOfe of citizen;?. It lisn;oIe and p&lpjdpvipit,: Mid will' commnml the atf tentioqAt cbpRlEtrationjof the people pf Tennee indejiendcoTpatfy Consideratiotu. Vj LaVeyiol jrptce, tins reoniinj", for an cxtentleu icview of he mHrAss, anl must contentoureelvw. 4 with a bare tuimithry df its leadine; features " Is!. Gay. Zqvssos believes it the duty of- the dcuiocratio'attA. at tho.jwm.CW4'eutous crisis, to rjx-ur inure more t first principle, and confine the 3Viaratut within t w ancieut landmark as ' "laid dtnva br Jiwo, ami the other great fouud- .trrs fcf til democratic parti'. Tic insists upon a s-trict ec.ndniciiuii ot tlie Federal constitution, and mi apj)Cftl.ibP States, iu all cafvs of doubtful pow er, for an express grant or such power, if deemed compaiiWoivith. iliopubic interests. 2d. Ilefrtvors ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 18 October 1853

f g if' k f-. V r r N JlS HYfLLEi ,.;J a- TUESDAY MORiNTtJTG, OCTOBER 18, 1853 i HIE XSpaUEATIOX. The .cerempnies of Inaugurating the Governor elect took place jestenlay, AtlOp'ctockt tbo two IIoues fonntd in procession on Capitol Ilill, and, preceded by the Goternors Light GuarJ, "Captain Tl Cluster, 3d, moved to the yaahvilloJwwyMligtr? .the Goveraoreleot was received, thence to the City If&uO, whore Gov. Cahi-beia was received, and fliencc to'tlie McKendrce church. The church was densely filled with citizens and ladies. The address of Gov. CAyrnn.1, was neat and appropriate. We will pablwlvh to-morrow. Of Gov. Jonssox'sTn ttegural, jvq spcal; in another place. Theatre. Miss Jdlia Blxxett is announced to commence au engagement al tlie Theatre to-night She has earned a very high reputation as an actress, and she. will appear in a succession ofjplays comparatively-new to the Adclnhi. "We.'snalthavc.a . cessation of Fttzio and the Stranger duririg her en gagement, and have the op...

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. — 18 October 1853

. - FALlGGODSL853. DUNCAdtf.. IlOKG.VN- As CO., Ao. 7v and il, 'p-.iliU' StluchTj "Ttii&'rill, Tinnief, HAVEnow in MranmtoSerfi,alaoxl)!irea.vsorl- Prints..- All itifl'tie-Stvfe;in great variety otpalterns, also, a r5,Bsortmeiil of Blue. Green. Black and While, LiiisC).--iftr 'rich bright colors. Plaids, Reds, Blue; Ac Ac Rufuiets. In Black, Dine, Stripes, Plai ds, colore and mill ores. siaBiJiawf!Pras;)ti, a-erv TCTTOTe ssWrHness. fvrtr5fcfifttn: . - Shawls. An !. :usm aiul beautiful assortment, solid color, Pjawl i..;.broideiS Ac Dres Goods.. Plain, Black ani Figured Alpacis, IF laities Casliineie, Gala Plaid in neat slyles imdricb colors HUfk, Drab and lipirol Wilt-sied" Surges ' ' VESTIKU3--T.Vvaritor Stylet.. . . JACONETS. XB.VU MU.il.INS, INDIA BOOKS. LINENS. GINGHAMS, SWISS MUSLINS.. .. NAINSOOKS. H.YNDKEIUMIEFS, CAMBRICS, PAD MXCti.- .'j-ltAUto,' A lsrga assortment gfBroja''Shirtingg,.'.Sli2eUDgj, Bleached, Lonjot,' (feiljni'gs'Ha : Csps ifce; v men we xio yuayquvperarjw...

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. — 19 October 1853

f bis. xxrv: NASHyiIXE,TONN: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEll 19,-1853. IT0. 119. . i j, jHLtliEnicK stueTet. TUJWBEKLY UNION AND AtJCAN-U finished' 1tijrsubiiribera&i tlifr following rates: Single copirasono, year in advance. t2 50; within the ycar3 00; at the end of the year f I 00. Clubs Of Gvc and upwards $2 00 . per, ov;yy.,for one year. Clubs of subscribers will he re ceived fijrsixrnontlis at the fo,rcgoiug rates. he.TRl-WKEKLY .ts.pitblisb.t4 every Tuesday "huraJa and Saturday, at ?5 peraunntu In advance; if m. pain-a advance. ?. DAILT is rrtiUUshat Eight Dollars. tSTIIE .MONEY I ' LL CASES TO ACCOiiTAKx suBsuRiPTdo:s ,., . Remittances, i-f feubsetiplions rra- bs uade bjr mail ji Puri paperwill be soot out of the State unless the,order Is ac companied with the cash. ' ron jHijtuirr. ' . " s3fViireBtliriiod to announce L.W. Fcssisu as -a' cnjWate for re-election to the ollice of Sherilf of Davidson coihjV; at the next March election. reanthtirizcd to announce Jonx K. Enitosnso.v, a tt...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 19 October 1853

J.-I.1IAM.IS0, E.CU5TKJL.V, O.C.T0IBCTT, K. C. C CnCKCH. ,a,oyrf ma it Li no a- cO. S&S". " roirrOns and. pnopmirrou. flii"iiKUiu.Y morning, oct. 19, isss. , ifc&itl , ,. " - - . .THE fALL ELECTIONS. -Those who ootifide in tlie whig newspapers have doubtless come to the conclusion that the democrat ic party .pretly effectually used up. The princi pal object Wour whig coieniporaries seems to have bttajto-sliov, that the democratic party is io"di-. v!d ajiiu ifcgtractpd that wliijrgwy has but to conio. pft&, "itv Bat the e'ectiojis. which have takcri$j5bco & fall will eOectuaBy dissipate tills illuiioB Tiydiow that, hpweW a fev-disap-poiritcdirjiffco fakers may rail, the great heart of the people"". Jrtftto J-anocracy-r QifivffiU''KEtsEE, one of tlie. four wing Stales last fall, iiTTOilt'rtned, and a tadical democrat fills .Gubernatorial eh.iii'. - .-KENfrOKTVri&ther of-the four, haj a "di.?dtd Con .grswrod fleh?gioa. - yiuwefrif sWrering in thenvintljsiid &lxs...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 19 October 1853

if!" N AS II VI L LE: vfasD'STESBAY MORNING; OCT. 19, 1833 SHEBBrVrLtB FEMALE ACADEMY-JOHN T. ED- GAR, ESQ.," AND LADY. TWS inltkatiqa, --we learn, fm opened undo r most favorable anspicea. Teachers of first-rate abil ity Save been engaged" in the various, departments, andbo-nunibeof pupils, tlio present session, is nmtTrJarflefthaa.ivas. anticipated. The inj-t-tion is'.new under the management o. Joirs TtEdS-vb, Esq., and his accomplished lady,;! formerly of tm city. We congratulate the Trua te3 on their good fortune in prpQuring teachers SQ" tltoroughly competent to take charge of the Acad emy. Mr. aud Afts. Ei6ar liavo both taught in this dlty, where they have a hostol friends. They arc both'TKWJiiarly fitted, ..by education, character and experience, for the government of a female school, and we have the-fnllest confidence that tlie. patrons of the ShliyviM. 1'omale Academy will, soon find thtoi to bo an iiivatealilc acquisition to ' the institution. HON. G.-W. JONES. Tlita diti...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 19 October 1853

WHOLESALE TRADE. - Mr - rE".t I Si$iZ -i OsP J -frS-'i&p 1 - T3UNCAN, MORGAN.-- CO., AS. 7(i W "1, 'A -SJJr-, J&e&W'. Tennesste., HAVE row in Area mlotferYor salean "extensive asort fr.5t AND FOREIGN DRY GOODS im,His?el'uvMwi- ..;'. Print sT -AH, the new Styles-in great variety ofpttterns, ayaj, 0 lariMWiiortdiein oi mues, ulceus, uiaci. aim " nitiillielfc is alt"-, qualities and colors, a Tcry Urge sad viWa stMit, of every description. Simicl.s.---.utebiie and baiutifui assortment, soud o3.rii'iids. Bufbroiiiarw, Ac ' ' Drts Good-. l'Um, Black .and -Figured Alpacas B'-Uiue. l's!rtfev Gala Plaids in nealj-I"SmJfrich - colors. JJUc'., 1raU nnilud'VV6rsted-fuf6c V,STINGS A variety ol htyies. .sjLieiAS, inila bosks. -LINEN'S. -. GINGUA'. -AIuajvas, . . . ' SWi:ja-MUS.LlN, - . NAINSOOKS. HANDKERCHIEFS, 'OAMlSKKfii, ; CADDISES." ERAGi, largo. Cuarfeftn't of Brown SIfji3, -Sheetings, .ElsachXtJ-i-Cio--, Osaalicrgs', IlaU.Cjpj,. &c Wei oil .e W t-taoiod "to offer iijxm tlic...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 20 October 1853

e g v MRU T NASBTILLE, JENN: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1353. NO. 120. U 1 X ill JUTa 1U JJi It 1 U A 1 - ' 'i "- 'M -.--, . ... , ' " ;.-... OL. xxir. : , '4- UNION AND AMERICAN. OPFICE-Xo. 1 1 , DE ADERICK STREET. Ttlfi WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at the following rales: Single copied, one Year ia advance. 2 50; within the year $3 00; at tlie end or the year ?1 00. Clubs Of fire and upwards $4 00 per copy for cue jar. Clubs of subscribers will be re-. rceired for six months at the foregoing rale. ho'TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday ' 'huradj j and Saturday, at $5 per nmrnni in advance; it m: -pa'0 a a J ranee, -J 8. ';"' DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. " ' ' ' jgy THE MONEY I " LL CASKS TO ACCOMFAN1 SUDSCEIFTIOj' R-smittuices of subscriptions mil bo vjiade-by mail ji. our ride. - i paper n ill be sent out of the State unless the orderiJ ac companied with the cask. , JSfWe. are authorised to announce L. W. Fofetu as a candidate for re-election fo the ...

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. — 20 October 1853

imtol'nioitmtiitnfl. j.uBiwJKa, a. a. zmnixt.;- t3.CTOiuii.-rr, m. c. c. ciiuecu. I J O lIHIfTto A R L I N G & CO.; ; -""nirrOM AND PH0PBIETOR3. I THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 21), 1852. i J 'Can anybody doubt that the demoi;ratic party is "-going lO"ruin,-as the whigs tell-ust - lf-thtre are 4 doubts, let the doubter read the fa'.lowingparagrapbj from Ohio and Pennsylvania papers. The Ohio Statesman say?: ' . "jredill's majority (for Governor) canno't be loss than 'iicty thousand. It may bo more. It certain ly ."cannot be lesf. Col. ATedill must have received , 'the votes of the women ! A bachelor Governor "is byfno means an object of indifference to the fair JTroniSO counties from which we have t (.'turns, 5Ie3iUniHsrl!0,7OO mail This is from about half or the'tata" . TIie.Giticiuiiati Enquirer szys. "BnHiant as was the victory achieved by the Democracy in this county, it does not" seem to be nibro lLau equal to that gained by then brethren m oilier Jiarts of the State. The indicati...

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. — 20 October 1853

em i? .fee N ASHYM LE: THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 20, 1853. the. railroad circus COMINQ. Aningenius circus manager has been electrifying the people of northern Stdtes oll summer. With a orv circus catablisiment, which X3 on its Avar to JNajiirHlc. It profcsc3 to be made up exclusively of ftlftrsfcf elected, from Uio European Hipodromes aud I American circuses; and-we must confer our ex changes uphold them in their pretensions. Not on ly are the artistes omiosing the troupe all "stars," but genius pervades its very advertising and mana gerical department. Its agent is the Rev. Wash-ijcctok-Yas'Zahdi, whose eloquence, -while the -Pastor of the Episcopal churches in Rochester and Elvira, every body has heard, and who aftcwards ' won many laurels as the editor of the Syracuse Star. TheXouisvillopresK, where they have beeu exhibit ing uunng the Agricultural Fair, indulge in the most prodigal encomiums, from which we select the followingparag-aph from the Loukvil.'e Democrat: ItAi.rio.tD Cmcu...

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. — 20 October 1853

m" ' i 1 , . . I f J 4?- at til 3a ft-. TOJOnESALE TRADE. FALL GOODS, 1853- DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO., ! a&.70 JndJl, JMi4 Xjwre, SaAriUt, Tennessee., HAVE now in store and offer lor sale an extensive assort ment of AMERICAN AND FOREIGN DRY GOODS, ' In TWrt Art followo. tn wit- Prints. AU (be hewSivIes ill great variety of patterns, ulso, ft Urge assortment of Blue., Greens, Mack an J White. LiUxeys. In rich bright colors, PJaids, Reds, Blues, ACL, AC Satinets. In Black, Wise, Slripcs, Plaids, colors and mixture, Cassirceres. Fancy ami Black, variety or patterns. Cloths.. Black, Bine. Brown. Drab, Ac Flannels. In all width, qualities, and colors. lIlaiiketsT.In all sties, qualities and colors, a very large and rincdassortmHit, of every deactinlimi. aiinwif? An tatensivo and beaiuihilas.vrtment, solid celor,:Pioids. Eaibroideriiw, 4c. T..1ir?ls''00:Is' VIai". ulacV anl Figuied Alpaca. D Lmw.'Pashtnorcs, GnU Plaids in neat ntvles uudnch Ini-pBIck, Drab aud Bgured Worsted Surges. -'it ....

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. — 21 October 1853

I I CAN. 0 vol. xxrv. NASHVILLE, TENN: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2i9 1853. WSIIV ILL L AND AMER NO. 121. J UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE No. 11, DEAUERICK STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION AM) AJIER1CAN 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. Clum Of fire and upwards J2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscriber will be re ceives for six months at the foregoing rates, ho TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday hursdr and Saturday, at per aunum in advance; if m. paia a ad ranee, ?6. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. tTHE MONEY J- LL CASES TO ACCOMTANi SDDSCniPTIOS Rjmittauco3 of subscriptions rra bo liade by mail .1 our risk. Iaper will be sent ont of the State unless tlie orde. is ac companied with the cash. ?" ron sncniFF. Et"We are authorized to announce L. W. FresgL. as ji candidate fur re-elecfion to the office of Sheriff of Davidson county, at the next Marc!) election. C3TVe areanthnrize...

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. — 21 October 1853

j7TJmaXL1"'., B. ". BA.TtAS, U. C. IOOUETI, M. CC. CHLiCB. JOIIX I.. MAKLIIf At .CO. EDITORS AMP rROPglgTOH3. FRIDAY MORXnfGf OCTOBER, 21, 1835. AJBOOD OFFICER RE-ELECTED. W"are' very happy to be able to announce tlie Comntroller, by the Legislature, There lias never been a better officer than Mr.-Crozier; and hi3 re election, democrat as he is, by a whig Legislature, shows that political opponents can appreciate hon est., faithful, and able service to the State. THE AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. ' Judge.FrrzGCRALD, an eminent jurist of West "Terinessce. lias vrittea his opinion of the question relative to the adoption of the amendments' to the const! to tion, and published thoss opinions in the T&rtstJiepubUc "We copy his communication en tirvot doubting that his arguments will, at this time,, be read with interest: The AMEXDunrrs to the Constitution There seems to be much difference of opinion existing as to the effect, and construction of the Amendments to the Constitution ...

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. — 21 October 1853

"CP? i 4- 4 W Sr. N A S HY I L LE: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1833. MISS JULIA BENNETT. If our citizens are disposed to encourage artistic merit of the first order tbey have now an excellent opportunity for doing so. Hiss Jclia Beckett, the reigning star at the Adelplii at present, is one of the most gifted and fascinating ivom;n we have ever seen upon the stage. The characters in ivhich she nightly appears are of the most difficult kind, and yet she impersonates them with an ease, grace and vivacity truly irresistablc in their effects upon the audiencj. Her conceptions are true to nature, and bespeak for her a polished and discriminating mind. As Rosalind, Lady Teazle, and Constance, we have. never seen Miss Bennett's superior, and doubt if we ever shall. To-night Miss Bennett appears as Parthenia. Give her a full house. J. B. ROBERTS, ESQ. This gentleman, one of the most talented and distinguished of our American tragedian is now in the city. He has a host of friends and admirers...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 21 October 1853

FALL "GdOD$ri853! - JOVXbXS, MORGAN & CO., .xXvffi and 71, PMie iMre, Xaihtnllt, Ttnnmtt., HA VE now in store nn J offer for Rale an extensive assorl ment lOMKRtCAX AXDF0RE1GX DRY GOODS, la put as loitow.s, to wit: iviuis.--- aii me n also, a Urge assortment Lins.e)'s. In rich Ac Ac. Satinets. In Black, Blue, Stripes, Plaids, colors and mixtures. CH.i meres. Fancy and Blaclr, variety of patterns. Cloths. Black, llliie, Brown Drab, Ac Flannels. In all widths, qualities, and color. llltiukcts. Iu all sizes, qualities, and colorsa very large and varied assortment, of every description. Slinw Is. An extensive and beautiful assortment, solid color, Plaids. Embroideries, Ac. Dress Goods. Plain, Black an! Figure! Alpacas, D Jyiiucd, Cashmeres, flala Plaids iu neat styles aud rich cokir. I'.lsck, Drab aud figured Worsted Surgrs. VE.STTXGS A variety of Styles.- SIL101AS. X I1AK MUSLINS, INDIA BOOKS, LINENS, GINGHAMS, BEE AGES, JACONETS. SWIS MUSLINS, NAINSOOKS. HANDKERCHIEFS, CAMBRICS, P...

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. — 22 October 1853

RICAN. ft vol. xxrvr. NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1853. IST0. 12. r IJNIOjANDIERIGAN. OFFICE-IVo. II, HEADERICK STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AJIERICAXIs furnished to subscribers ax the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance. $2 50; within the Tear ?3 00; at the end . of the year jf4 00. Clous Of 'five and upwards ?2 00 per copy for ono year. Clubs or subscribers will be re ceived for six months at tlie foregoing rales, be TRI-WEEKLYis publislied ever Tuesday 'bursdsj and Saturday, al $5 per annum in advance; if m. palo a advance, f 8. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. t?-THE MONEY I c LL CASES TO ACCOJITAS SUBSCRIPTION .3 RMttces or subscriptions mat ba ttade by mail .it our risk. paper will be sent out of the Stale unless the ordc.-Ii ac companied with the cash. fou siinitirr. 57" Wo are antlioriied to announce L. W. Fcssrt. as a candidate for re-election to the. office of SSiCriil' of Davidson county, at the next ilarch election. ' tyWc are authorized to...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 October 1853

f J.UMA"? S.S.EASTMAS, e.CTOKBElT, K. C C. CnOTlCH. JOHN Ij MAULING Ai CO. EDITORS ASD PROPRIETORS. SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 22, 1833- GOV. JOHNSON'S INAUGURAL. It is very evident that whig leaders will never become enamored with Gov. Jora'son or nny of his notions. Neither the man or his principles sr.it them, and we are quite sure tliat their principles, at least, are quite as Tar from uniting him. So, to use an expressive phrase, between the parties there is "no love lost.'' Since the delivery of the Inaugural Address we have, heard various comments upon it by Gov. Jonx sox'sip'oliuca! opponent, but none of them, nor all of them together, quite so profound And ulteily ; answerable as the editorial in 3'esterdays True Whig. The editor appears to be displeased with the whole document, but particularly is his wrath excited by the following paragraph about democ racy: "In the political world, itcorraponds to that of Christianity in the moral They are poing along, not in divergent, nor ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 October 1853

ii 1 y AS HVIL LE: SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 22, 185; THEATRE. ilisa Jcua jIesxett appears to-nlglitintwo char acters and will again charm her hearers. We never before heard such unanimity of opinion as we liave concerning the.talents of Uiia accomplished actres3' - All acknowledge her superior merit, and express themselves delighted with the charming naturalness of her acting. The "Wonder," we believe never played here, will be acted to-night, with the cele brated nautical Drama of B'ack Eyed S'jsan; this also is the last night of the engagement of Miss Ju lia Bewett. Cannot her stay be prolonged? not half our citizens have, as yet, seen her more than once, andber-actingis of that kind one never tires of. THE FEVER IN NEW ORLEANS. From the New Orleans True Delta of the lGth , we take the following paragraph, tho contents of which willbepaiticularly gratifying to many of our "eaders: Charity Uosmtal. The report of this institution for 'the past week shows: Admissions, 21C; dis charges,...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 October 1853

teSm b;' A AYHOLKSALE TRADK. FALL GOODS, DUNCAN, MORGAN A- CO., Jkaf a! 71, -P(W; Sivare, Na'irilU, Tinnessee., HAVE now in store and offer for gale an exlcusirc assort ment of AM BRIO AS ANDF0RE1GN DRY GOODS, In part as follow, (o wit: Prints.---AH the new Styles in great varictvo''pitlerns, also, a Urge ussortmeut of Blues, Grecus. Black and White. I.tneys. In rich bright colors, Plaid, Re-Is, Blues, Ac. ic Satinets.. In Black, Blue, Stripes, Plaids, colors and mixture. Cnwimeros. Fancy and Black, variety of patterns. Cloths. Black, Blue. Brown. Drab, Ac Flrtniicls.Iti all widths, qualities, and colors. lllaiiktJlR. In all Mzes, qualities, and colors, a very large and varied assortment, of every description. Shawls. An exu.-n.sive ami beautiful oAwrtmcnt. solid coIom, Plaids. Embroideries, Ac. Dres Goods. .Plain, Black ani Figured Alpacas, D' Laines, Cashmeres, Gala Plaids in neat styles and rich colors. Black, Drab aud figured Worsted Surges. VESTINGS A vaiiptr of Stj les. SILICI...

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