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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 16 November 1853

a . VOL. XXIV. NASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1853. '0.146: -'. it NASH VI I I. i: U N M) AND A MER PI A T1.1 w UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE-No. 11, DEADERICK STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at tbe following nteSiSTrrgle'cdpies, year luauvaucc ou; witmu me yearo ou; ai uwcuu of the year $1 00.. Clubs Of fire and upwards $2 00 por copy for oaejear. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for six months at tlio foregoing rates, be TR1-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday- bursa: and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if m.. pdla ad ranee, $&. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. -TUU MONEY t LL CASES TO ACCOMFANi 8UBSCRIPTI0J' fEl Remittances of subscriptions ma? bs t&ade by mail ai risk. paper will ba sent out of the State unless the order Is ac companied with the cash. NASHVILLE WHOLESALE PRICES CTJEKEHT. COBBJCCTID DA1LT HI' JOUXsOX, UOHX, A CO. An. Collins i Co ...IS 00 14 00 Other watnuited brand 3 u0 fej 10 (-0 IUsswax. Yellow 0: ...

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. — 16 November 1853

j. Lumuxa, . o. Eastman, o.ctoeejtt, n.c!caur JOHN L. iSAltLINtt .SctlC EDITORS AMD PROPRIETORS.' WEDNSDAYT MORNING, NOV . lc 1853. II OX. GEORGE W..J0JJE3 AND SHIP. AH AT The Lincoln Journal fpr.biisb"lvat tho " homo of Hon. George W. Jones, rnafces the following sensi ble and well-timed commenta upon the article which we copied the, other day from the Washing-' ton H'jr. We girvs them in plaeef sorad'.further comments we ll? 3 inrselyes designed oa this sub-, Tho Jouraal says : We cppy tlia above from the Washington Even ing Star, ' a lienlnfl paper published in Washington Oily, as a well deserved compliment to Mr. Jones; and also for the jiiirnoso of correcting some inaccu racies, supplying some omis?ion3 and to directthe ultention of "the country particuUrly to the reasons utile 1 by the writer, why Mr. Jones will probably not be elected Speaker ot the approaching Cou- 1st. Tha writer is incorrect in Uie statement, that Mr. J. has been in Congress eight years lie has already ser...

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. — 16 November 1853

ft y r "4. ILLE: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 10, 1853. gr We keep constantly employed, -night and day, six superior job workmen at very heavy sala i i -s. These workmen are turning off some f tLo neatest work, ever priuted in Nashville. THEATER Mrs. Fjihrem made a very favorable impression last uightjruhc character of Lucretia Borgia. We may speak more at length, hereafter, of her points as an actress For the present, we advise, our play goers to turn out, and make Tier engagement profi table. She. is o lady of high professional and per sonal merit The audience last night was quit6 a good' one.' To-night the bill is equally attractive. Coal Messrs. McRodkuts & McKee. Wehave received a polite note from these gentlemen inform ing us that the language of the paragraph In yes terday's paper on "coal" is not applicable to them. These gentlemen, as we learn from other sources, ask uuiform prices W their coal, and enter into n.o combinations for the purpose of increasing their prices.,. We...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 16 November 1853

WHOLE SAX-E TBADE. 1200 Oases Boots, Shoes? &c. B. S.HOLLINS & CO., AV1IOI.ESA1.K AND RETAIL DEALERS, Ho siftnasO.CornerorCollegeandTJnioaBtreetJ, NAS1VJLLE.TENX, HAVE received for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE 1200 CASES JtOOI'S. SHOES, HATS, CAPS, TlcCNKS, Ac. Being the LARGEST STOCK or Goods tlicy luve ever offered in this market, aud which for qiulily, aud variety will equal any Stockin the City. JlcrolmuU anil all others making their purchases in XuJirille.'VHII-fiiia it totheir INTEiiLaT to give our Slock mi examination Iwfbre-buying. It, S. II0LL1X3 A CO. Featliers, Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool, received in ' eichauge f.ir Good at Hie highest market price. uglT tf B w o K. & B. DOUGLAS & CO., Iniporicrs and Wholesale Dealers, No. 54, Fnbtic Square, Nashville, tctin., NOW exhibit an 1 otl;r E.r tale a complete and dsBdraUe stock oTWy ani UsutesUe J-.J'f; tMps.RonnsU. UrnbreOa,, ft., linens. Shoes, Slypert, Larpet Hags, Writing and r?pp-Q 1 "per, Ac., Ac. Ill magnitude...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 17 November 1853

jwt. m WZ I H mi i i i r JO i i4i Mna.,. m m i ... a. . n ii i m fsr-nn I y 1 1H tfv' 4 J. 1 f "5 If' VOL. XXIV. ....... .' liiriI-IEmTiBA KOVJBMBER 17; :185SV' ' ' '" ' : ' '.. . ' rTATTnisi atsjt ATvn?-DTn a-xt'H n . f,i,.H.i-i:..v..: i- "-. .... ..... i --.' ;' 1 - " - , - . vxx.. officeo. n, deaderick street. i, ' 1 ' . 1 -- 1tt f Mninnqt "..'-"I . . . L " 1 1 L 1 J 1 1 k til t ' (II H I Ml ! I I - W -r - -w- a uai wNK.bi U.MUS AND AMERICAN Is furnished. iolimb.wbcreat Uie following itteuSingle copies, fear iii adrauee. 2 30; wiUiin the j.r$3 00; at Uio j uie jrejr oa CLuna Of fire and upward per cuy for one year. Cliib3oruuWiberi--wflIbere- etiTtdrorsiiinouUisatthcroregoiutfrale ' ' l,ATIIU't'IH'IV' i . . miiii-iiLuiui is pubiisuea ever l ucsday i liarsaj uuojiunuj.iijj per annum in advance; u nc ndrance, JC. . . . ' , OAll.Via ru.l.lUl.j-l .1 t!l,t 11.11 ctmjnniini,.. . uuuokiiurituji HcmitUiicca of Bubucriptioiu maj ba nado bytnail rislr. lpcr will be sent out of tbe State un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 17 November 1853

O , H. C. C. CHURCU. &T CO. j. u uabUsg. E. O. tASTXi'", O.CTOBBSTT, JOHN "I" .ARJ.IN(J J ,- XDITOBS AS PBOPRIBTOES. railroads.; AYe are certain tliatnbperin the Stale has been better friend -V internal improvements wan.um , r. are itaD the earnest friends of railroads. a own. ... ,t the benefits of such improvements, they may be p.,rvliased at too high a' pr.ee if pro cured at the expense of a loss of Slate credit There is dansehhat oulesislators, in Uieineal to procure certain local improvements, may t recklessly in voke tj.e Slalo in debt We should not try to do every thing at once, r.or make the State shoulder the burden of roads of little comparative value to pin own citizens, while indispensable to other States, A few days since, a Senator introduced a resolu tion of inquiry, addressed to ihe Comptroller, of the amount of indebtedness which the State, has incur red, or is pledged to incur, on account of the Omni bus bill of the last session of ths Legislature. This inquiry...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 17 November 1853

N AS HYJ LLft: THURSDAY" MORNING; NOV. !7,1B33. ETyekeep consnU, enipW uightnna day, six Superior job workmen at very heavy sala . " ' nes. luese wormnen are- turning oil some neatest work, ever printed In Nashville I3?n ? a&T, DrufegistV' Comer of Broad and Maikat Streets; lias justreceiveu a consignment of -if6rr!ar't.Iuvigd'raU"ng Cordial See advertise ment., lv. , , . , . , , iw. REConijEn:.CoilKT. Joils Jorcc tried for an as sul liaud'batteryon W. 3IcCiRrsKY;..fine $j.and cast. NanctaTayito for disorderly conduct;-lined St cost and Tiib .IIiveb. The river conu'rne3 to rise, are now ull.four feet on Harpetb. Shoalsl Thcro Steamboats. -The Zue?a' wd,JleJillic arrived yesrerday from Faducah. IJThe Nashville Manufacturing Company are -'1L wree large and beautiful Ueraphis'and Cliarleston 'Railroad.' EST7 .Tj-BnowxE, on Collego street, is getting up some oflhe'hhndsomest bvercoatswe havaseen tbii easoii.' They are very superior, and of an entirely new style. SdfcV ,Dr. DnoiicooL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 17 November 1853

ViMu wgOlbE SALE TRMjJS., Cases Boots, Shoos? &c. . Rrs.HQiiiSS & co., WHOLESALE and XETAIL. DEALERS, 1 No. 21 and 30, Comer oC College and Union streets, XASII XTZLK. TENN, L. ..,.1 will' isin.ilflnristockin tlie City. Merchants ahil all others making their purcliaKes in Nashville, will hud it to their INTEREST to give our.Stock , examination before baring:.. & & Kgr- Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool, received in. exchange fr Goods at. Hie highest market price. ugl7-tf B v Hi DOUG-LAS & CO., Importers and Wholesale DealcrN, No. 51, Tnlilic Square, Nashville, Tenn., rO Wexhibil and offer Cir sale a complete and desirable iUli Otrjxl ISa'jt, iVritlMJuu.1 !Vrapug i ojkt, In magnitude and variety 4bis tock greatly exceed any ever offered in this partot the country Tlie stvlc'and de- .Urn of our Fancy Good.'are unusHialiy beam. .. T- - wj- - ....... . ... KS rivers s.. that the cost of transportaliou is an exceedingly ""all ilfm: . , , , . . . , i r . We aie there...

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

MSMYILUS I Hi AMI AMER 1 1 A . VOL. XXIV. ASHVILXE, XENN: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 81, 1853. NO. 148. Ji V,; UT A tilTCTTTTI? nrT7iATATi IDTH A Tr TrvTrni m-n-r. ' ' ' " " Jl sgj ti' id 4 r .1 kf 'I , r ONION AND AMERICAN. OPPICE No. 11, DEADERICK STKEET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Ia furnished to subscribers at the following rales: Single copies, one i year In advance. $a 50; within the fear 8 00; at thend of the year M 00. Circs Of fire and upwards f2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for six months at the foregoing rates. . ho TRI-WEKK.LT is published every Tuesday rhursdsj and Saturday, at $5 per annum In advance; if nupaia a advance, $6. DAILY is published at Jyght Dollars. E5-TI1E HONEY I ILL CASES TO ACCOMTAN1 SUBSCRIPTI03 Remittances of subscriptions ma, bo node by mail 1 our. risk. paper will be sent out of the State unless the order Is ac- companied with the cash. XASKYILLE WHOLESALE f BICES CURRENT. coasxcrcD dailt jjt joushos, boss, & ca Axu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 18 November 1853

i MjMBBBMMHHMHM ., .1 '1 s J. L. MAEIJXG, K. C KASTVA5.', C.C TOllBEIT, K.Ce. CUCBCH. ! . - . -? JOHN L. MAULING. & CO.,-' - - -- KDIT0I1S AND PROPRIETORS. r HRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1853. LAW REFORM. The inember from Giles, Mr. Bufoiid, lias intro duced a bill to simplify the procectleings, practice, , anil .pleadings in the Courts of Justice, and two ' supplemental bills to carry out the leading idea em braced in it: lliat is, the amalgamation of the law .and 'equity jurisdictions, which now exist in this iSiate. This measure has now been before the legis feXla ure some six j-ears or more. It was first intro- (duecd intotuelegislaturc by tlie Hon. Austin jfiLtEB. then the representative from the county of Harde " man, and chairman of the Judiciary committee, a gentleman well known for his sound practical sense ' "ami elfideney as a Judge and member of the legis lature. The measure, like those which followed, was in 'a. troduced as a test measure. It passed the House and wa...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 18 November 1853

JSTASHYILLE: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1853. One of the pre ttiest pieces of machinery ever seen in"NashvilIe is the steam engine manufactured for us by the Nashville Manufacturing Company, and which propels our power presses. This engine is placed in the basement of the building. Immedi ately over it, on the first story, are placed ourbeau tiful power praises, in charge of Sir. G. Y. Jonx 8T0S, the best pressman who ha3 ever been employ ed in Nashville. On the first story, also, are our counting-room and a room where wo are happy at all times to see our business friends. The second story of the building is entirely oc cupied by our book and job printing office. Tho 1 -three large rooms in this story arc filled with the largest and best assortment of job printing materials ever gathered under one roof in the Southwest. Our varieties of type are almost endless. Here, also, are our handpresse?, including a beautiful card press, capable of printing 1500 cards per hour. These rooms, ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 18 November 1853

ft. It. V. par- ' f- t WHOIE SALE TRADE. 1200 ' , Cases Boots, Sbocs &c. ,K,S.HOrZlNS&CO., WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL DEALERS, 3. 21 and 30, Corner of College and Union streets, ' XASI1V1LLE, TEXX, HAVE received for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE 140 CASKS ROOTS. SHOES, HATS, CUPS, XRUXKS, &e. lleing the LARGEST STOCK of Goods they bare ever offered in this market, and which for 'jwzuty, j,n'c and sarutg will equal any Stock in the City, f. ..Merchants iiud all others making their purchases in Nashville, mil tiud it Ut their INTEREST to give our Stock an examination befoie buying. K. S. HOLLINS A CO. 55" Fe-ithers, Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool, received in exchange for Goods at tlic highest market price. ngtT-tf n w a i & 3. BOTJG-LAS & CO., Importers and Wholesale Dealers, JNo. 51, Public Square, NaslmlIc,"Tcun., "OW exhibit and offer for sale a complete and desirable r it,w.ir ,.( r nj rioMxil lira .Gvodt. Jlau, . BrnKtU, rui'r&a, RoU, Rro-jam, ghoee, Kipper, i,rit Rj.ji...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 19 November 1853

NASH? I I I. l. UMUIN AND AMERIfhW VOL. XXIV. UNION AND AMERICAN office-No. 11, deadekicic stkeet THE WEEKLV UNION AND AMERICAN-Isurnished " to subscribers at the following rales: Single copies, year in advance, $2 50; within the year $3 TO; at theend of the year $4 00. Cmbs Of fire and npwards-rtS 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for six months at the foregoing rates. he TRJ-wEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhurad.y and Saturday, at f 5 per annum in advance; if m. paia d ranee, (6. DAILY ig published at Eight Dollar. t-THE MONEV f LL CASES TO ACCOMTANY SUBSCRITTI021 Rjnittances of subscriptions mar ba uade by mail i risk. , paper will be sent out of the State unless the order companied with the cash. " KASHVILLE WHOLESALE PRICES CTEEEHT. COSSECTED DAILT EI J08350S, HOEX, & Ca Asts. Collins A Co IS 00 14 00 Other warranted brands 9 00 bg 10 50 ...IS 00 ....! K - ....1 JO 2 50 ....2 50 .... 4 ueeswax. xeuow Jtaoous. Common, fj doz Shaker Bt'CVETS....

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

j.J M1ELUNG, r tt. USTXAX, t. c. Tounnr, u. c. u. cat-kcht , JOHN L. MAKHJfC & CO. - "EDITORS AND' PROPRIETORS. " ' THE RESULT IN NEW" YORK. The whigs tails of Uie defeatpfUie democracy in Hew York beiiig a'rebuke to Uie administration I If the defeat of the democratic party in a State is a rebuke to the ad ministration, of course its success Another States is aa endorsement of the adminis tration. The administration, then, has been re buked by iwo States; in two others, Kentucky and Vermont, there vras a drawn battle; and in the remafniug iirenty-seven Uie administration ha3 been sustained, generally by overwhelming .ma jorities. Any reasonable democrat ought to be sat isfied with such a result. - But in New York the democrats elect those can didates who .were on both tickets; showing tliat tiie whigs were successful, not because they had a majority of tho voters, but because the democrats were divided. The iVew York Tribune the organ of the successful party in tliat State says...

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

NAS HYI LLE: SATURDAY MORNING, NOV. 19, 1853. Wckpcp constantly employed, night and nla y, six superior job -workmen at very heavy sala ries. Tliese workmen are turning off some of the neatest work over printed in Nashville. 'EST" W. F. Giut, Druggist, corner or Broad 'suid'Alarkgt Streets, has just received a consignment of "Morns' Iuvigorating CordiaL See advertise nierit. " jw. - . i , . .Ijakt tH6mscswoirrn,s sale of groceries'takes placeon Monday the 'ilstinst. ICiyEit The-nver is still rising with six feet wa ter on the Shoals. SrKAxmoATS. Allda from Louisville and Jhirls fi$e froin!Padu6aU arrived. Alcona apt! John Simjy on looked for. Remember that the auction sale of R. A. Bixowe of, valuable lots in Edgefield takes place to-dayjilLo'clock, at the court house. , .- Auction Sale. J. 1". Duxtos sells a very -large and jwellelected stock of Jewelry, fcc. to-night. See Advertisement. Lross & Co. are in receipt of some of the finest "cigars we have pvfftd for many a day. Thc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 19 November 1853

J00 Gases Boots, Shoes? &c. Ki s. HOLLINS & CO., WIIOr.ESAI.li: AND RETAIL DEALERS, Ho. 2laj33, Corner of College and Union streets, XASllflLLE, TEXX, - 1 HAVE received for the FALL AND WINTER-TRADE 'MUXES, Ac Being the L-VROIST STOCK of Oools they have ever offered in Uiis market, and which for quality, vriot aud trtrwdl equal any Stock lu the City. 'Merchant and nil others making their purchsas in Nashville, will lind it lo their INTEHUS'ftd give our Stock an examination before buying. & & jj- Feathers, Ginseng. Beeswax and Wool, received jn exchange for Goods at the highest market price. iigl if b w q EL & B. DOUG-LAS & CO., Iiuporlrrs and Wholesale Dealers, No. 51, Public Square, Nashville, Tenn., T.TOW exhibit and olfer fur sale a complete and desirable llHK-JSni.U, llm).rJhsrluols,Rroi.in, ".fj-pers, lilrpetRags. WrUiua and Wrapping r iitude ever oliered iu Ibis paiioi me . i ...j jaunts tor "ciiiu . The shipments free natation in the Ohio and Ci.mberUm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 20 November 1853

'sjfajajaajpaf NASHVILLE AND AMERICAS. ttrt Y.OL. 'XXIV., NASHVILLE, TJENN: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1853. -- ...ess- r , .. .., .... ... j..- '22Ms3S92&s tig 1.1'Oi.Jnr.iron, 'MaBMnMM 4 .si- a 4 4 1 l -WQN AND; A1IERICAN; .oeeice So. iji, wjjApr.mciC; tkeet. iTHEiVEKKLY UXIOXANDAMEEICAX Iijuniished to subscribers at tha following rates: Singly tnpita, one year hindrance. $2 SO; within the year $Z 00: at the end oFthe'jreir'S I'Aa Ctans Or fire and cpwards2 00 ' per cony for one rear. Clubs of subscribers will bo re ceived for'sir months at the foregoing ratea. be Jfil-TTEKLV is published erory Tuesday' Thursday anLSaturday( at (fS per annumn ad ranee; if m. piia n advance, $6. ''DAlIiYls published' at Eight Dollars. THB MOKBr f' Khh CASES TO ACCOMFAX SOBSCRIPTIOS ..3 Remittances of subscriptions ma? bo iaade by mail'ol our riilu paper will be sent out of the State unless the order Is ac- jr. "-'companied with the cash. ,.,:VALUABLE JEONPBOPEBTZ AND rAElir03SAU:. TIlii subscriber wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 20 November 1853

r-tv cr Ok x J. L. MARLING, E. CKASTHiX, O.C. TOEBtTT, . C.C. CITOECU. J O IIJI,. M All Ii ItfLG'& C O .f EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS.. , .SUNDAY MORNING, NOV. 20, 1853. ' - ' "FIRST PAGE." On the first page of the daily will be found se yeral columns of interesting miscellany. LOUISIANA ELECTION-ANOTHER "REBUKE." A despatch from 2ver Orleans, dated the lGth ,1nst, Bays: "Further election returns have b'eente ceived.in this city, -which show a Democratic ma jority in the Legislature on joint ballot of thirty. . Tje .Congressional delegation -will stand three . Democrats and one" Whig." ' Wisconsin. .The election has resulted in the choice' of thcfollovving ticket They are aU.demo crats: Wm. A. Larstow, Governor; Jas, ?Lewis, Lieut. Governor; Edward Fansua, State Treasurer; Alexander Crae, Secretary of State ; George B. Srhithjttoniey General; Wm. Dennis, Bank : Comptroller; A. W! f tirks, .State Prison Commis sioner. . v . - - - . JgF After runs ballotings, tho Legislature of Vermon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 20 November 1853

7 NAB HVI LLE: SUNDAY MORNING, NOV., SO, 1853. EST "NVe keep constantly employed, night and day, siji superior job workmen at very heavyjslla ...rieal "These workmen are turning off some-of.thc ''neatest work ever printed in Hashville. Catholic Cupncn. ,Tlie' subject of the "lecture ilia AriAmAAM l . 7T..7,w,w.,,.rs: . - ' -. H f. i5F Rev. Bishop Soulb will preach at ,tli 'Mc- Kcndree Church this morning at 11 o'clock. ,, t JKrRer.AIr. Faiocsos will preacli at llio.Chns . -tian Gburch this morning at 104 o'clock. . - -- '! 'River. The river is still rising with, seren "feet . on the Shoals. , r ; , u Steamboats. The Alcona arrived and left yes terday. She left for St, Louis. Cumberland is( up. .Alida left for St. Louis. 1 -NAsnTn.LEUNrvEP.srrr. We are glad to leam :Jtliat this institution isin such a flourishing condi tion, -There are now some two hundred in attend ance. 0CT If- S. Combs has sold his entire interest in jthe. publication of the "Evening News", to, Messrs. "McKee &...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 20 November 1853

1200. r Oases Boots, Shoes? &c. u B. S. HOLLINS & CO., JVYJIOLESALF; AND RETAIL DEALERS, Ro-SlandSS, Corner of College ana Union streets, XASEVILLE, TEXX, HAVE rcceircd for the TALL AND WINTER TRADE 1200 CASES MOOTS, SHOES, .JTATS, CAPS, TRtJXKS, &c. Being the LARGEST STOCK of Goods they hive erer ouCTedin ihis market, and which for gucMy, price and rarity will equal any Stock in the City. Merchants and all others mating their purchases in Nashville, will find it to their INTEREST to give our Stock en examination before baying. R. a HOLLINS & CO. 3f Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool, received in exchange for Goods at the highest market price. r tig 17 If B IT Q H. & B. DOUGLAS & CO., Importers and Wholesale Dealers, No. HI. Pnblic Snuare. Nashville, Tcnti., TVTOW exhibit and offer for sale a coamlete "irable vavi.non.neis. umareuas. ;w,jjr-' - . - ,- 'Mp Bonnets, Umbrellas, ret, t, ' &J r ntJS j.. ri-;., rLt HVimiW Paper, Ac, sc. iinHV -yOli; exceeds an...

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