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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 29 October 1853

f VOL. XXIV. UNION AiND AMERICAN, omw:-o. ii,he.yderick street, j , . . . i Tim WEEKLY UX10XAXDAJIER1 CAN Is furnished lo subscribers 31 tne Jmlmving rates: Jsmglo copses, out- year In sJtmw. $2 5.; vrilbiu tlie year?3 00; at the end c.i me nar oo. ULSBs-Of Bveaad upwards-;: ou per oapy for one year. Clubs if subscribers ' wi!lbere- ceivod &r six ntonius at tiie riircjoing rates. ISTTIIE MOXKVI U. CASES TO, ACC0ilT " SUUSCKIPTIOS g: . ,, . , )U ' Beiuittauces of aabyaitiaia wa b; laade by mail cur risk. paper will be seat out of tlie State unless tbe crdsj.-1 ac companied viUi tlie ca4i. E3f We are authorized t announce L. W.. umcl. as a Candidate for reflection to the office of Sheriff of Davidson county.-t the next Maith election. Ct? e areliathorited towmonnceJon.v K. Eohokusox, a candidate for the Sheriffalty of Davidson county. t2?"Wc are authorized to announce Kvocu Olxmngua-j, asacandklateforiaieriffat the ensuing election. - tsifWcare autfaomcd to announce Wlu.iAyT.vros,...

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. — 29 October 1853

J" K &IASTMAN, C.C.TOKBT,I.C C CUUUCH. t n ir-w T.. MABlING'Jt CO., EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. it'J, 1853. THE KEYSTONE FIRM. We liave lf n estimating the democratic niajor Mvityin Pennsylvania at twenty thousand, whereas -t.turps ut to be THIRTY-SIX THOUSAND! -A very pleasant coniineutary to democrats upon the daily dtatribes-of- our neighbors upon ""demo cratic dissension." The Hani.-tnirg Union thua announces the result: JTnc Rksci.t. "We givo in anotlier column the official vote of the State, as far as lias been received. Jin our next we wid be able to give the entire vote. "A reference to Uie totals will exhibit a pleasing r nindire lor Demoemts 10 look upon. The majority pa the Suite Uckot will reach 30,000. The triumph us'coaiplete; ai-I why should it not be so? The democratic party is the party of the country, and nltiiougli it may meet w.m occasional reversm, Uioso very reverse only help to knit its, members closer togethci, and give tliem strength ...

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. — 29 October 1853

mm J rsA H "fl L LE: " -SATURDAYMORNLNG, OCT. "20, '1853. ' PENITENTIARY LABOR. s'-v By special request, G. P. Am est, Esq.,.. will 3e liver an address at tho Elysian Grove Cliurcb, this' evening, at early candle light. Subject: the abo- 1'iion of Mechanical Labor in the State Penitdtv tiary. All who feel an interest in this important matter arc expected and invited, to attend. BSPORT OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE NASHVILLE - AND CHATTANOOGA HAUJIOAD; "Wc publish to-day, the report of Col. Stkvehsojc Presidcnt or the IN. & C. IL R. qompany, -which vill be highly interesting to. the Stockholders, and our recders generally. THE 1IEW& Tho news per Niagara, in.our telegrapluc column will bq ibuilii miurcsting. This news has been duo lor two days, but owing to the lines being down bi'twceu Uardstown and Glasgow, it was not re ceived until late last night It will be feen that tl ere is a prospect of war. Where is Kossuth and Ills muskets? TJie telegraph announces that ho was looked for ...

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. — 29 October 1853

V WHOLESALE TRADE. ' ' 1200 Oases Bootb, ghoes. &c. i - , R.S HOLLIlSfS&CO., WIOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, So. 21 and 33, Corner of College nd Union streets, XASUVILLE, 7AW, . . - .. oil i axr. WINTER TRADE 1 I AV fc 1-ceiven tor ure r VY ifT-W. Vk. H Vi c.-i.NiX JiUOJS, SHOE. JT.lf CAPS, Itoinc the LAKGEST STOCK, of Good ID give oar Stocl f . 111. -T- they hare v-r offwvd m this market, and which far u-'ttfy Ji -..-i ,-., i-rill etiual auv Stock in the City. " vhrlflA. u-TH find it o their INTEREST 1 , a.esuumww .. R R U0lxnS & C0. ' 'KT reitlrs.OinnBwJ-x Wool, received in i2ksexcu-auge for Goods at the highest niarket jmco. ug!7 tf c nr o . I'' ALL AND WINTER IMPOST A TION EOR 1853. MORGAN A CO, No. 47, Public Square, are cow open ing their rone Slock oT ST.Vi'U: and r A MA , Dry Good., iio..t.s, Shoes, Hats and Caps, to w hich wtr.m rite the aiteuii.i i,( Merchants vi:lijig Nashville, thai careful cxanimtiraninbefiinif toiir.e. Onr carlr purchases in. the mootli of AP...

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. — 30 October 1853

HcW"" -r)KSeiS!'' VOL. XXIY. s: -r . , --Vint ..o--m t- .i.-. - .. - - . . -m. ' ' ' - ------- WASHtttLE'DNIOW AND AMEK if J I: it UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE-No. 11, IEA1ERICX STREET. T1E AVKCKLY LTSIOX ASI AMERICAN Is furnWjed to subscribers aj tlje fiAlowing rates: Single coiucs, one, year in ndv-asicc. ti 50; wiUiiu UioyearJS 00; tthend " of the tost H 0. Cluct Of fire and upward-42 00 lr copy f(tf" one year. Clabs of jmbscribers will be rc- criTedforsixmoatlis at the foregoing rate. and Satcrday, at ti.er annum in advance; if adriaco?t . - DAILY is published tt Kght Dollars. - SUDSCRnilOS Bi Rmittanoescrsul'scriitio8 nu- bs "tda by. mail our rnk. Ipar will bo sent oul of U State' unlcas' the order lsac cotnpanied witli the cash. rott siiimirr. I35"We are authorized to announce L. V. Fcsskl. as candidate for re-election to the filBce of Sheriff of -Davidson CAuntr, at Uie next March eleoion. cSl'W'e arc aurhorizod to announce Joe,- K. Eduoxosok, a candidate fur the SheriflMty of ...

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. — 30 October 1853

mentan. J. L. JIAkUNG, B. . 5 f ... . , r T ' V. O l" F EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS SUNDAY MORNING, OCT. 30..18S3. OOK FIRST PAGE. -. Jo A varjgyftejesUn on our first pg? LECT ION t)F SENATOR. On flJraf'tOTe'yesferJay the 49th vote in the Hon. Jons Bem. was elected Senator for six years from the 4th of March last. He received 51 votes, to 47 for U others. Mr. Nelson received 18; Mr.- Cave Johnsos, 24; Mr. N. S. Bsown, 4; and Mr. A. V. Brows, 1. Sir. Bsl receivrd the votes of Messrs. Benton, 3ook, Davis, Frazer, Hall, Johe?, Perkins, Held, KoberUun, and Rogers, of the Senate; and Messrs. Arnold, Bailey, Brown of McNairy, Cuambliss, Cheatham, Clements, demons, Cooper, Dortch, 'Farrintrtdn. Greer, Hall, Hart, Hawkins, Herd, Holmes, House, Lucas, Mabry of Warren, Martin, Maxwell, McKniglit, -Morna of Wayne, SurSa, Overall, ration, i'tnii.ps, lucnaru MD, Smith of Davidson,Smith of Haywood, Steele, Stewart.Su.vall, Tiiarpo, Thompson, 'llbbs, Wheeler, Winchester, and Wynn, of the House 31. Mr....

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. — 30 October 1853

'"fry? 5eiK.ii;V sssij " v t N AS H VI LLE; SUNDAY MORNING, OCT. 30, 1853. - FARBVELK BENEFIT OP MISSBfcVNETT. Miss Jcua 'BtsstTT, the accomplishrtl comme diene, takes her farewell benefit at the Ado phi to morrow night, when Shakespeare's "Tivelth IfigW i3.to be played. AVc look forward with great ex pectations to the production of this beautiful Shakes perian play, end can well fancy how delightfully lliaa Htsscsr will read the poetical language of her author. She will loaf: the part admirably, also play it to perfection, or ire are much mistaken. Miss BEJfsmhas onr cordial good wishes for her success wherever .goes; and during her coming engage ment at Memphis wo bespeak for her the good will of our brethren of. the press there, who will, with out doubt, sfceml the -endeavours wc have used to secure the success of professional talentslike hers. . The theatre now ia admirably warmed with sio ves and there is no excuse for the house not being thronged to-morrow evening, from parque...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 30 October 1853

C I, ' 1 - r . 1 " Oases Boots, Saoes. cc. It. S HOLUNjj & CO., WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL. HEALERS, Ho. 21 ana 30, Corner of College and Union streets, . kasuvlls, tekk. .. ..rl nrill kiihI inv Stock in the City Mrrchnut-s cod all other making their purchases iu liashvilhywill find It to their INTERLSTta gireour Stock Bn examination beSTeiujioff. & & jy- FeUbtrs, Gin.scnj, Beeswax and Wool, received io exchange for Goods at the highest marktt price. ugl7 tf awn FATA AND "WINTER IliPOllTATION 70S 1853. ORGAN' A CO.. No. 47, Public Square, ,10Jr,?: ins their complete Stock l SI AI-lb i'"' j Dry Good,, Root,, Shoes. "2&i vita tue a.ien:ion 01 e. ' ..id,. adrantaze. IDM carctni examination win w .- -- ---. .. . -- Our early purduses in the month of a,jJ1ea h I,.,., i. of Uottou and Woolen Goods, wid eruDte us toTueY the'n to the trade atreduced prices .rum .ne PTto?t5S1f S?'e Dress Goods, Cloths Cassimeres. T weedsilsft&vw and Hats, will be found much larger b Weare die A...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 1 November 1853

Mil i .rr 4 'v H"!? 4H 1 '.'14 vI I I TV I - Am): s? 3?- - ft .if . r star- VOL. XXIV. UNION AiUIERICAN. OEITQE-No.-U, jDKADEIUCK, STREET.' TlIiMYEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished ' to Kub-wriberiMlliefoIkm'ing rales: Single copies, oue Tear in advance- ts SO; withm the year?. 00; at the end t S the yeir f-i 00. Clcrs Of five and upwards 2 00 lr copy for oaejvar. Club of subscribers will be re ceived Cur mx mouths at. the foregoing ralft. be TRI-VY EBhJ.Y is published every Tuesday "hursdsy andsSaturdav, at jierannnmin advance: if m. tuiu a adrancc, fe. DAILY is puMMieJ at Eigtit Dollars. I5TT1IK MOXBYf 1 I.L CASESTOMCCOMrAXY .SUESrtRII'TIOIS .3 Remittances of aubscriiitjs tr- "bs lAade, bfjnail .5 our juper will be sent oat of the SMate unless the order is aq- fv d)Pipanied nitbtliea.ii i; , f . 0 ' - 3PU PIU.KIW. . I?"Ve are authorized b annrunri I.. W. Vi-vqit 4 caiidTdatc 6r re-election to the office of Sheriff of Darfdson county, at the next March election. t Rf" We are aut...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 1 November 1853

P 1 .- lapg Wmft if J.i MiiDrr, r i ihas, .c toubsit, M.C.C. cntucn. JOHN I.. Ji AltLIXC &. CO., ' I EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TUiiSuAY JJIOUNING, NOV. 1, 1853. QCT At a recent meeting of the Barnburners, in this taty of New York, to raUly tlie Syracuse nomi nations, John P. Hale and others of the same stripe, niade sMitr-cdfi. Jt is needless to say that these speeches were denunciatory of the Compromise and were greeted by the crowd with most vociferous ap plause The mockery, the villainous hypocricy .of tlie Syracuse Jiesoiunons. v.asmaue manne.si, on that occasion, and the inQauiatory appeals against the fugitive slave law are an lulniirable commentary unon that policy of the President which seeks to secure harmony by bribing a few of the leaders of ami, stranest of all, Southern men, in tlie Cabinet, arc endorsing aud urging tlie policy, A absolutely necessary to the unity of thc.party. ClarksvUU Chronicle, ' The aiwro is a fair specimen of the manner in ""which the country w...

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. — 1 November 1853

- - . - -, , tf i u N AS HYI L LE: TUESDAY 3IOUMNG, NOV. l', 1853. r TuE lhvEE. The river is rising slowly. No boats have arrived for several days. - Mr. Roehjitp. Our readers will not forget that 'this eminent American tragedian commences Iiia Vugigement at the Theatre to-night Wc hope our citizens will give him a good house. Prof. Paul, F. Eve delivered the Iritrodiictofv - Y . i 1 . . . . ir ' i , ,.Tv.t mi u'r i Sashvillc Medical S'" ' eu'1.Ucti in the Sun.offie. Court. LT Collrge at Odd Fellows' Hall 0 toother en - gagements wcliad not the pleasure of hearing-the distinguished lecturer, but we hear the lecture higu ly spoken of by those Avho were present. i "5 iSf Col Manvpenxy, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, was at. Columbus, Ohio, cu route to Wash ington City, on Monday of last week. , He has J KiM councils with seventeen different nations of Indian?, in Nebraska, and represents that country a over estimated in the public mind. Some of the Indian tribes are unwilliu" to sell...

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. — 1 November 1853

WHOLESALE TBJDjgJ- 12200 Oases Boots, Shoes, &c. it wnoi.EsAt.Er and retail DEALERS, ' ' "No 21 aaidSB, Corner of College and Union streets, XASJllTLLE, texx HAVE received for the PALI, AND WINTER TRADE lino CASES HOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAES, TXCX&i, ks. Being tbe LARGEST STOCK f Goods Uict have ever offered in this market, trod which for quality, irice. md mrieiy will equal any Stock in the City. Mcrchnnts and all others -making their purchases in Nashville, will find it to their INTEREST to pre our Stock, an exafc dilation before buying. ' K. S. HOLLIXS & CO. lP Feitliera, Ginseng:, Beeswax and Wool, receited in exchange fur Goods at the highest market priee. ng!7 u b yf a u FALL AND WINTER IMPORTATION FOB 1853. MORGAN & CO., No. 47, Public Square, are now open ing tlurir complete Slock or STAPLE and FANCY Dry Goods Boots, bhoee. Hats and Cat, to which tbey in vite the attention of Merchants visiting Nashville, convinced tbiil c-affm examination will be found to their...

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. — 2 November 1853

, . ... . . . - j . IHkKRi.'.v' "-S .SClHiish-; it-4 i- VOL. XXIV. union ADvRiGA.:!;;;: druog-ists OFI'ICE-No. 11, DEADEIUCIC STKEET. J THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished " to ibwriborsai the fi4Hiwing rates: Single copies, one rear in advance. J2 do within the year IS OOrattlieend I or uie year 54 00. Clom Of five abd tipward.sJ2 00 jr copy nf one year. GlBUfcr Subscribers will be re- ci-ited for sir months at tbe foregoing rates.' he TRI-WEE1CLY isub'.WiJ every Triesday and .Saturday, ct 15 per annum in advAnceSf advance. T.. . ' r . t-THE MONEY" I ' 1J, GASES TOT ACCO&ilTANV Remittances of Mibfcriptinuta b3-.'ade bTtaail'f.i6ari risk, f i ' -i - .v.- : i . v "i.t-m-rrii limrwr ,itciiin uic uuc.-u nt- TOR SUERlrr. iL t-7 t e atr'ltnlirW.sl rt nnmnm T Wi?r candiiUte for re-ekctionto-thu otUce of ieria'f Davidson c-imaiy. ai me iiext,TiIarcIi electiisi. . tW V"e are aulhoriusl niin.:itiiui. .Titv 1 a camUdatc fiirUie Kherifliltv hf Davidson count tiw n; jit auinonr-ii lo...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 2 November 1853

J. I MAKJ-INO. - KASTSAS, o. a iokbut, u. a d chubcs. JOHN L. MAULING & CO. KDITOKS AND PROPRIETORS. VEDPAY-MORNLNC.V NOV. S, 1853 THE NEW APPOINTMENTS IN NEW YORK. New York-are debodlaDffi&S The lato.appoiotees.in by tbeAVashlngton Star, a neutral paper, ,as being sound and reliable democrats, as well 3 gentlemen of nnquestiooabls abilities and of high characters for integrity. No one of thetn has ever been sep arated from tho -National Democr.itio organization. IIejij-v J. RETiriixn, collector of the -port, was one of the 0as electors for the State at large in 184S, and has been noted, since then,"ns being one of the most ultra'anti-Van Buren politicians in New York. I; " Jons J. Cisco,:lhe new assistant treasurer, was chairman of the democratic general committee lor I the city and county of- New 1 ork during the can vass of 1848, and -was the democratic nominee-for mayor at that time, or at the next raccceding elec tion. During that contest he was universally re garded as...

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. — 2 November 1853

N AS n VI L.LE: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 5, 1853. WINCHESTER INDEPENDENT. Air. Wiccs h viisposed of hia intprp-cf. in this establishment gentleman who hav nve for sometime been connected TVnnrWn u, fft.ffl.' lennessee. Mr. V icos .still con- villi the press ui tinues in the editorial department, in which he will be assisted by Mr. "Vatkis3. This additional force cannot fail to increase the already fine repu tation of the Independent "N't? wish the new ar ningetnent the most abundant success, as we, are confident it will be deserved. EST" The True Democrat and Furest Cftjj news papers, or Cleveland, have been united under the mme of the Forest Oily DtmocraL lha Plain Dealer thus notices the marriage; "MAnniEn-This morning; the Forest -CWand -...o -scawenu. aney stioiua nave been married sooner, as they have heenfyrny together on the same Errncrs op a Ticht M"osev M-incnr ok Boiitaii The New York Day Dnoh thus notices a "peculiar rr,a ureof the present "tight'' money market: "The press...

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. — 2 November 1853

J', ft' ?4- WHOLESALE TRADER 3SSCS SootS, 0llO8Sj &c. ' b.s.hSSliET&co.; wholesale AND retail dealers, No: 21 ani So, Owner o? Collets and Union streets, XASimLLE,TEXXn HAVE received for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE 1-W o'.l-srfs' C-yOTb-, .WftWfti; JT.17S; CAPS, TRCXJCS, Being the I.ARGKST STOCK of Goods . thev hare evrpSrttlin this market, and which for qucliiy, price and rnry will equal any .Stock in the City. 3Icrchitits and all otners making their purchases in Nashville; will find it lo their INTEREST to give oar Stock an examination before buying. R. F-, ROLLINS i CO. tT Feathers, Ginseng:. Beeswax and Wool, received in exchange for Goods at the highest market price. ujl7 tf c -n- n 'ALL AND WINTER IMPOST ATI OK FOB 18S3. "71 fORGAN A CO, No. 47, Public Square, ate now open IVi, ingliicir owijHctc Stock of STAPLE and FANCY Dry Good, U.i'jU, Shoes, Hats and Caps, to which tbey in vite the attention of Merchants Visiting Nashville, comincel that careful ckiuuioatiimwiilbefo...

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. — 3 November 1853

1. Ml V I K UNI st - VOL. XXIV. NASHVILLE, TJSNN: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3. ON AND .ME R I -O'AN , 1S53. ' r Si, i i " UNION AND A3VEEBI0m OFFICK-Xo. 11, DEADERICK. STREET. TUB WEEKLY UNION AND AJIERICAN Ls furnished to subscribers at tbc following rates: Single copies, one sear in advance. J8 M; within the,jear?3 OftjUthe'cnd of tlie year fl -00. Cxcus Of fire and tipwanW 2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers -will be re ceived far six months at the feregoing rates, he TRI-WREKLY is published every Tuesday nrarsd und Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if mpaia n advance,-.. - - DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. t3-TS MONEY l U,L CASES TO ACCOilTAXV 8URSCRIPTI0X ..K Remittances of subscriptions ma bs itade by mail,i ptar rMc paper will be -sent, out of the State unless the order U ac-. compaaiad with the cash. FOR FIIEHIFF. ifSpWe are authorized to announce'L.'W Fctascu as ft' candidate fur re-election to the office of Sheriff of Davidson county, nt tho next Jlarch elec...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 3 November 1853

at ft at-' te rn v p- 4 ( ) (!! UU011 tv MlUTl tnit j. 1 UAaUlO, E. C KifTM AN O.C. T0UBBTT, X.f.C. OlCSjgj. i9 s ' JOHN L. MAR LING. & CO., .. KDITORS'AND PROPRIETORS. . .. ?.-r-. - ss . THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 3, 1833. E-r"-V yjfclottr editorial eoliuuus, to-day, to a furtiter ib isin of tho nmondnmnls to tbe Stato iuents hiiJ ability. ' THE ra.YTlTTTIOXAL AMGN'DMKsT&Mr EJitnriof (htVhkmttod American; '" t 1vt-3mportjince and novelty of the . cf lastioris prftig oot of tbe recent amendments of the Coti siuitioa Jwvc called forth conimcat in all pans of tbe thu fstMK, If I presume to add to tlio already ir. -Wslk- . u .i , VB,"0r,th -a -SEa. I - . T v " trulh ay i witi! the expectalion of proiig onnv.cuon. Any confidence! might otherwiM f-ol in tho correct no of tbe crfnelnrirtns here Mprnwl, h freatly sllen by thfuet that abjtrmundlyaiminsattbotnAbavoa upoo ot tbe pomts at very J'' fvowW ' 'JmMl W " drtfl- denft. M tl reUof mid, tlught n,l exam- me M to tbTTonsd. ThelBflta....

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

mm 4 it f -i I 11 N.AS H V I LLEl JTKUR8DAY aiORKINOVOr; 3, 1853. "PN THEATRICAL. ', e had Loped to give, this morning, an extend p1 notice orilr. Houkrt's impersonation ot liididfyl jfroui,iHiier engagements Have prevented. It was ceitain'y a rnojt triumphant representation of tkat most diiTc ilt character, and we doubt very rrwcjt whether IXr, I, has his equal in this part (his Hinjfor wenjc fatisjicd he has not) at tli.3 time, on tle American st ige. His concept'. )n oF the d!s. seafibling, cruel ami icnort-elessttyrant is trneto the text neither too boisterous nor too tame.IIe pre sents IlkkarJ as the great bard intended he should Ik; presented to aftar limes, as the most unrelenting' and blood-tMrity tyrant, that lias over disgraced ; humanity. ' Ve would begkd to follow Atr. Kobects Uirouga the different scones in the play, and dwell Upon the graphic and masterly manner in which they were"' rendered; but we cannot do 50 this morning. Suf fice it to say. thnt hip conception and...

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. — 3 November 1853

35. I: 1 . i: -1 "WHOLESALE TKADE. ttMSCiS BdotS, S&GOS9 &cf Vvhol8sajl,e and nrrrAii. deatuiis, No. Ul aad SO, Corner of CoHciro and Union streets, A'ASK'ILLEyTE$a KVVE rHvl for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE U.n C.taAi JiOOTs, ifyES, JT4TS, 0APSf rfteSTCS, Ac. Being tliq LARGEST STOUK-of ,0fjoJ4 they have t-vtr sfieiwhn this market, and Wehiir's:W, aod'aarNtyKill cqiwl any Stock in tbe City. , .Mornti.-inlsi .ml all others makine tiicir liurcliaw in Naskviih, will BBditJolbeir INTElttLSTlogiveour Stack nn (vvKWaalitwt lisfor e bnt iug, n. S. II0LL1NS .V- CO. -Ci)ihe!X Ginseng, Bveswax and WooJ, received in ctelutt)e-S r ( !&. at the highest jnaiket price. . J17 tff ji w n IHPORTATION FOE 1853.- -vroiWAN & CO.. No. 47. Public Square, arc now open- in their owroteSe Stock of STAl'I.R Hiid FANCY Di-vGSWitifcKrts. Shoes. Hats and Onus, to which thev in- rite'thtroitwil'mi of Meiriianls visiting Nashville, convinced tbat csreful examination will be found totheir advantage Oa...

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