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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 November 1853

W 1 1 '1 1 I- 1 M UMjAW: 1,1-1 It I V1VIu:,- A 1TT- ,ii , iiMjr-,,1 , , ' ' ' ' ' . I" ij . fl t t e VOL. XXIV. UNION AND AMERIC AN. 'orriCE-Xo. 11, DEADERIck: street. TUB'WEEKLV UJTIOJf AND AMEBICAN-Is furnished "to subscribers st the following rales: Single copies, one year in advance. $2 60; within the Tesr3 00; at tho end of the year $i 00. Clcik Of fire and upwards ?2 00 t P iroo year. Clnbs of subscribers will bere ceircdfoHfr months at tie foregoing rates. ' "' boTUI-WBEKXy 'is published every Tuesday Chtiredsr, and Saturday, at ?5 per annum in advance; if m. ,paia ,0, advance, f 6. ' DAILTij- published at Eitfhl Dollars,. i --. .' S-TIIE.IION'KY I,L CASES TO ACCOMTAM SUBSCBIPTI03 Bemittanees of subscriptions ict is isade by mail 1 our risku L' ""paper' will be sent ml of the State unless the order Is ac companied with the cash. VAXTJABEE IRON PE0PEBTT AND FAE5T T0K S ALE . rpilK subscriber would coll the attention of fhosei who J. wi9hlo embark in the Iron business,' also th...

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. — 22 November 1853

A 4 l '4 lailir&tmtil J. L, MARL1XC, K. G-EASTUUf, O.C. TOREITrT, V. C. C. ClIEi JOHN L."MAKXI?rr. 4'CO., . . - - -EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. 1 TUESDaV MORNING, NOV. 22, 1853. GOVERNOR JOHNSON" AND, TUB NATIONAL IN TELLIGENCER. T&aKatima Intelligcntfx that Mrs. Partington of.thc,nevr3pper press devotes a large amount of its space to the. Inaugural address of Gov. Jdnssos, of tlii3,,State- The garrulous and purblind old dame sets down Andrew Johnson as the enemy of letters! This, , however, is not a discovery for which the TnleMgmcer is entitled to a patent. The idea was pilferefl from the original columns of our neighbor of the True Wliig, whose great aptitude for seeing through millstones and discovering what don't ex ist, 13 hstoaisliingand proverbial. .No less profourida thinker than our neighbor could have hit upon the idea that such a man as A-vnMW Johnson who, witli fiio exception of Fbaxkli.v, is the brightest illustration our country has produced of Puruit of knowledge...

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. — 22 November 1853

"imLjr ?TA SHVILLE: TUESDAY MORNING, NOV. 22, 1853. (. NEW BOOKS. j "Loti3 xriL, ms Life, no ScFratKca, asd nu Death, btDe BEArcitcsifa" The discussion of the question, '-have yvo a Bourbon among us?" has prepared,tbe public to read with intense interest the Uro volumes which have just appeared -with this title.- "They are just received by W. T. Beery t Ca-jjtohom xc arc indebted for a copy. "History or toe Lvsctirectio.v in China," is Ihe titlo . of another small volume, just received by W. T. Berry is Co. It is a translation from tlie French of M. M. Callery and Yrap, and is accom panied with fac simile of a Chinese map of the insurrection, and a portrait of its chief. "TnppZfK -nd the Spltajj" is a small, volume; descriptive of tlie private lives and public actions of Nicnoius and Abdul Medjid, with a history of the rise and decadence of the Turks in Europe. For sale by W. T: Berry. Laby, Lek s Widowhood. Tj Berry & Co.? have'furnished us with a copy of this delightful novel ...

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. — 22 November 1853

1 WHOLE SALE TRADE. I 1200 Oases Boots, Shoes &c. K.:S.HOLLlNS&Ca,; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL' DEALERS, Ho 21 una 38, Corner ol College aadTJiaoa streets,- NASEV1LLE,TESX., ' V' - HAVE received for the TALL AXD "WnfTER TRADE 1200 CASES BOOTS, SHOES, JTATS.fAPS, BUSES, Ac. Being the LARGEST STOCK of. Goods the v have ever offered in this market, and which for JtKWy, iic iin'd:trrfwill equal any Stock in the City. - Merchant"! and all others making theirpurchasesjn NashrillfilwlU, find it tofheir INTEREST to give our Stock I2f Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool, receifidjn exchange Err Goods at the highest market price. Ty ugl7 tf a w Q K. & B. DOUG-LAS & COy : Importers :uid Wholesale Dealers, No. 54, Pnblic Square, Nashville, Tenn.,. -T0 W exhibit and offer fur sale a complete and desirable' IN stock of Foreign and, Domestic Dry Goods, JlaU, j Urm, Jlonneu, VvUrma, l-xnt, jmy.im, am, Carpel JSaas. Writing a,ui Wrapping Piiper, Ac- aj- ' In magnitude and variety this tock...

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. — 23 November 1853

8 Tr- W8aw-V;r-k'tr-:ir-- ...- . . ', AND;vAMERfttSf AM. . Ma ,r tfASlffaLLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, 'NOVEMBER 23, 1853. J gyj NO. 153. .7.-. , cwroir ATO AIERICAN. OPFICE-No. 11, DEADERICK STREET.. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is ftirnished to subscribers m the following rates: Single copies, one tear-In advance. J2 0; within the ycar$3 00; at the end , iilhtgttr 00, Cums 6f fire, and upwards 12 00 per. copj lor one year. Clubs or subscribers mllbere- s. t lrfl.lorsixnioo!is a; tuojoregoing rales. . heTIU-TrEEjaiYisimUiweiTuesdar Thursday and Saturday, at $3 per annum fn advance; if no pjia n -aUKWYance, t6. "' ' tnansK DAim published at Eight Dollars. J3TTHE .MONEY I-' LL UASE3 TO ACCOMPANl m HyrtnBSCKIITIO f23 fc.iem'.ttanc:'.cf subscriptions mar ba Made by mail pur el a, paper will bo sent out of the State unless the order Isao etisrt ... .oupanied with lie cash. " ", ,-, r.i CH VALUABLE IE0NP20EEETY, AlfD FAS3irOKS ALE . T1IE subscriber would call the attention oljthose who wisli to...

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. — 23 November 1853

wRSIf lrF Xtt&3&b$p!&fw2$&. j 7?: p.. lailjr Wm & mmcanl" J. L. VAEIXXO, E.C.EA MAX, O. a TOUBETT, JL, a C. CHOECH. JOHN I.. MARIING &. CO., . ,-. - - EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. - WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 23, 1833. THE BILL TO SIMPLIFY THE PRACTICE. PLEAD INGS AND PROCEEDINGS IN THE COURTS OF JUSTICE. This bill now in our office for publication abolish, cs the proceeding by commou' law action in the Circuit Courts, as ejectment, replevin, trover, cove . '--mint, debt, trespass, &c It also abolishes the pro- oeeding by bill and answer in the Chancery Courts; and substitutes a proceeding by petition and answer - for all cases now enforced by bill or by action. There being but one mode of proceeding for the enforcement of either legal or equitable rights, no difficulty can arise from a question of jurisdiction. All the expense, delay and loss of rights, arising from - 'thla source, will be removed. ; .This is the first step in the process of amalgama- " tioru. ...

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. — 23 November 1853

V NASHVILLE: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JfOV. 23. 1853. --Tiie TnEATitE All who witnessed the perfonn - auce of the jealous Italian wife, last evening were, yOAc ..."TiT, n i ; nr ry ... . It.isapart to which she has devoteda great deal of study; so much so, that the part may be said to be Iter own. In the new 'drama of "3t Mary's Eve," ' rfie was also signally successful This evening Mrs. ... abben will sustain the part of lira. Haller, in the "StSV'j' Iucretia Borgia. "We bespeak for s "Lr u generous support irom our citizens. Srtx- aP,0gy 5s du to our theatrical friends for the , , .Absence from our columns, for some days, of our ac- - customed notices. A pressure of imperative en- gagements lias been the cause, which will not be ikely to occur again for some time. " "'5F Bex. M. Noel fc Co. are remodeling their -!' '1.'S. ..-1.-1.: 1- r. .,!.. migu tYuieuuuse, on tne comer ui vxiuege ana Church streets, and intend putting up a handsomo .open front. it-r Toe attention of the trade is cal...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 23 November 1853

I m si; If 't 1 WHOLE SALE TRAJDE. 1200 Oases Boots, Shoes? &c. ' R. S. HOLLINS & CO., WHOLESALE AND- RETAIL DEALERS, 21 aad S8, Cornar cf College una Union streets, NASHVILLE, TEXX., HAVE received for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE 1200 CASES HOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAM, TRUNKS. Ac. Being the LARGEST STOCK of Goods they hare crer offered in this market, and which for que Wy, wrier and variety will equal any Stock in the City. Merchant and all others matin? their purchases in Nashville, win findittothtir INTEREST to give our Stock c examination before buying & & qq - Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool, received in exchange for Goods at the highest market price. ugl7 jtf B w o H. Sc B.DOUGKLAS & CO., Importers and Wholesale .Dealers, No. 51, rublic Square, NahTilIe, Tenn., -VrO W exhibit and offer for sale a complete and durable of E.reign -and IKn tyJ2&,I Oam.EoU, IfmbrMp; Boot. -SnJh SUppcrt, OarU ItaaV Writing and tirapptM Paper, AcyAc. la uSude andVarietv thistocf...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 24 November 1853

jOwfff &&&&&&& SHVII.I. .fri-i i 'DJL. XXIV. NASitVILLE, TENN: THURSDAY, N.0ySrBJER,24 1853. NO. 154. '-. im 9 im i . . . m. . rm I il mm -ar vi r -a . u rv i uiWv Jim VI h I I gtWT-: iigiim iiiiiiM i iin mi r m p a b an iiiiiiiwiiiiiwiini TT-ri jJjiJ"Ll JuJiiLfJi'lJllJg'IglgJ'Jl LU 1 jwmi , - 0 ) A U . 1 ' i " X- .". a i t - - . . . . . - vTTL UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICtf- Jib. 11, DEADERJCK STREET. THE WEEKLY DNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one year iu advance. $2 5 within the yer3 00; at the end of the year t4 00. Clubs Of fire and upwards;-? 0O per copy fur one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re-, ceived fornix months at the foregoing ratefi. he TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday Xbursdjy, aud Saturday, at f5 per annum in advance; if m.,paia a aiirance, f6." " - ' DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. " " - -' tSTTBE MONEY I LL CASES TO ACCOUTANY -S0BSCBiPTlO3i .jgj t . , . Remittances of subsc...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 24 November 1853

i J.L.MAIUSO, E.O.SASTBAS, O.C TOEBETT, H.C.C. CIIVKCU. JOHN L. JfABIilSG & CO., ' EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 24, 1853. RAILROADS IN MAURY; We sec, from the following extract from the Co lumbia Herald, that our friend Surra, of the thin, Congressional District, has been addressings railroad meeting at Columbia. We are sure that bis speech wis a good one ; and we know that no man in East Tennessee has done more to get up a healthy inter nal improvement feeling than Mr. Surra. lie will be one of the most popular Members which Ten HWtfi has ever sent to Congress: Bail Road Hestisc, On Thursday night last, by invitation from a number of our citizens, Hon. Saml. A. Smith, of East Tennessee, delivered an ad dress at the Court House in this place, on the sub ject of Rail Roads, and we are free to confess that it lias seldom, if ever, been our good fortune to lis ten to a speaker who did such ample justice to his subject, a3 Mr. S. on that occasion. He presented the...

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. — 24 November 1853

NASHVILLE: TIIURSDAXJUOKNING, TSOY. 21, 1833. TnANKSciviBC To-day 13 appo5nte3"bj thu Gov ernor as a day of thanksgiving, and to enable our atlqdies to enjoy its privileges, iro will issue no pa- -pcrloniorrow. We Lope the day will be observed by all classes of our citizens, and that there wiULo a general suspension of basiness. ' SETT De Bow's Review for November is before uswiihits usual variety of sterling matter. Every man in'thc South should take this Journal It is ublislied at Hew Orleans at 5 00 pet anriumu 'advance. .... ; Tim Ladies Peaku The 0m No. of the Second voUs just oat and is very handsomely printed and veil edited. Langdon L- Provise arc the publish- era. All orders must be sent to them at Nashville. Price $1 00 per annum. -Reookdeks Court. irAnniA Barkeh and Eliza. Thomas were up yesterday beforo die Recorder for .disorderly conduct, and each fined $3 and costs. TJakcy Uav was fined $5 for pummeling, scratching Ana othcrsvise mal-treating one of - her confrircsnu....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 24 November 1853

hm WHOLE SAX-E TRADE. 1200 . Cases Boots, Shoes? &c;. E. S. HOLLINS & CO., WHOLESALE AND BET AIL DEALEKS, No." 21 and 36, Corner ot College attdUalon street, xasiivizle,texx, , HAVE received for the FALL AND WlNTHt TRADE rith't JSOOTS SHOES. IIA7S, CAPS, tS tof uStiBOKST STOCKS Good, ley&ve ever offeredln this market, jnd which for fucWjr, vrtce and variety will equal any Stock in the City. 3Iercb.Rntand all others makuig their purchases in Na&villc, will findittotheir INTEREST to gire our Stock an examination before buying. & nQlJJsa & c0. IS" FeamcrGinSOT& Beeswax and Wool, received in exchange for Goods at the.higbest market price. 11D.i7 tf b w a E. & B. DOUG-LAS & CO., Importers and Wholesale Dealers, Jio. 5-1, .Public Square, Nashville, Tenn., "fcTOW exhibit and offer for sale complete and desirable IN stock of Foreign and. Domestic JJnj Good, Hat, Capt.JianneU, VmlreVta, BooU, Bro-jant, Shoe, SUpperi, Carpel Baas, Writing and B rapping Pape...

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. — 26 November 1853

.rag. v 1 1.1.1: ' HI ' tot. xxiv: NASHVILLE, -TENN: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, -1853. 3f ASH UNION AND AMERICAN. OF.FlbE No. lljDEADEIUCk STREET". TJIE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at tlie following- rates: Single copies, one year in advance. t2 50; within the, year 3 00; at the cud of the year 4 00. Clubs Of fivo and upwards 12 00 I cr copy for one year. Clubs or subscribers will be re- -A 3 f - - II L 41. - l" - : ccireu lor sujl luuuuis at me lurcgouig rates. be ThlAVEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhursdaj and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if n.. paia a advance, (S. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. J3TTHE MONEY I LL CASES TO ACCOilTANl sudscriptios Remittances of subscriptions mat ba laade by mail li our risk. paper trill be sent out of the State unless the order is ac companied with the cash. THE HAZARD POW DER COMPANY, Of HazardvUle, Connecticut, a. q.,ruzAED, rutsT. a. k. pouglass, sce'r. CONTINUE to furni.h dun lewder of all their well know...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 26 November 1853

ill fink m & mitwn tf' i. U AMMO, X. O. EASTMAX, O. C TOBBETT, M. C. C. CITDtClI JOHN I" SARLISC & SDITORS AKD PEOPBIETOBS. CO. SATURDAY SCORNING,- NOV. 26, 1853. THE LAW BEFORM BILL.. . We stated, in our previous nolice,r Uiat ire thought this bill best for the tardea -litigating; for the State a3 a body politiq and best for the profes sional interest of the practising' attorney. We will give some of the reasons which induce us to think so. The system of oral examination hi open court and the examination of parties and of persons in terested, will result in the discovery of the truth ' and the consequent attainment of justice in almost everv case. The knowledge of the true state of the facts in a vast number of cases a confined ex clusively to the parties and persons interested, and can be obtained only by resorting to their evidence; and in regard to the oral examination of witnesses before the trying body, no Judge can be certain that-he is doing justice in a large class ...

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. — 26 November 1853

N AS H VI LLE: SATURDAY MOUSING, NOV. 2C, 1853. ET" Wo call the attention of our friends to the sal of LoU in South Nashville, which takes place J. F. Dcsrro sells a heavy lot of tovs on ... j eunesdar the 7th of December. Titrates. The Adelphi yraa tolerably well filled last night by an attentive audience. Mrs. Fjlrren pkjred'thc cliaracter of Parthtnia in Ihcomar. Her remiennj of the part was rather new. To-night will bo performed the Jewess, Mrs. m armm as JZu-JieL 'lhis is the last niffhtof her sec ond engagement with Mr. Gbeeke, and we Hope w ice tho Adelplu Oiled. TENNESSEE LEGISLATURE. , . , . , SENATE, Evasixo Siasjox. WfiurcsDAr. -Nov. 23. The unfinished business of the morning was re- Miuiuu, ana me amendment oi .sir. ixixou was re- joctod: ' Mr. Davis moved to amend by striking out the urem jNortu ana bourn railroad Irom the bilL-r Adopted. One or two othernimportant amendments were adopted, and the question recurred upon the mo- uunoi jir.ioiu vi sitikc out llie'JJ, ad, ...

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. — 26 November 1853

WHOLE SALE TRADE. 1200 Cases Boots, Shoes? &c. R, S. HOLLINS & CO., WHOLES AXE AND RETAIL DEALERS, Ho 1 ana SG, Comer of College mdUnion rtreets, XASIinLLE,TEXX, HAVE received for the FALL AND jLWTO TBAgK VjoO CASES MOOTS, SHOES, II.IQ. VAT r,.m-S 1 Berne the LARGEST STOCK of Good ,7xe and variety will equal any Stock m the City. 7 lcrchantu Md alTothers uukmg their puixdiases in NiKS " their lNTERi&T to gtveour Stock an e-inination before buying. & H0UJSS 4 c0. rZT- Feathers, Ginseng. Beeswax and Wool, received in cxclrange for Goods at the highest market price. .ii?jf B w a H. & B. DOUG-LAS & CO., Importers and Wholesale Dealers, No. 51, Public Square, Nashville, Tenn., VTOW exliibii and oSTerfor salo a complete and desirable. IN stock of IWeinn and Vomutic Dry Good. Va". Oim, Eonnrtt, CuArtllu, PmU, liroq.in, SUpper; In magnitu Jo and variety this toc& greyly excels any ever oBered it. this part of the country. The stile ami de signs of our Fancy Go.ds...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 27 November 1853

wmBflBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmWWMmmmmmmmWmmMm r vol. xxrv. NASHVILLE, TENN: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1853 . l! . I .1)' w Mb. t j 1 r 11 ,.: , 1 mm rm iwi i as .!- i i NO. 157. if h. UNION AND AMERICAN. office-no. 11, PEADEnicK stjieet. TIIK WKKKLY UNION ANl) AMEKICAN Is funiMuxl to subscriber!) at the following rates: Single copies, noo Tear in advance. $2 50; within the year (3 00; at the end of the year ?4'00. Curos Of fire and upward 2 00 jwr copy for onoyear. dnbi of subscribers wijl bo re- cured rursixmonlhs at the foregoing rates. lie TKI-WEEKLY is published cvtiry Tuesday "hursdnj and Saturday, at to per annum in advance; if m. mio a H4 ranee, C DAILY U publislied at Eight Dollars. rSTTHE MONEY I" ALU CASKS TO ACCOljrAKY KUriscmiTios ..igx KcmiiUnces of subscriptions mar ba uado by mail our rnk. paper will be sent out of Hie Slabj unless tho ordei- ti ac companied with Uie cash. I ar, 8 50 ..l.M 10 U 15 is ... .- "a ... 43 SO 45 Mi. ts Mi w w 5 i5 . to tt...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 27 November 1853

11 1 ' I .ofivn r c I1(TU1S. n. CTOEBETtS rrv. cc cucVci J. L.M V - IL- A JO. JI N. Ji.M A It 1. 1 ILSj editors asd rr.orciEToiss. SllNRAX MORNING, iW..,3T. J.S53.. On tho first page of tlio daUy avill be found a large amount of interesting reading matter, and the price current, corrected to yesterday at noon. The-first article U written to aid a great reform Wc liavo many readers probably a majority who believe that the reform in question can be bet ter cnected without, than with, tlie "Maine law;" and wc should not disagree with them. Nevertlie le?, it will hiirt nobody to read Una story tliis Sun day morning. RAILROAD BOXD3, Ac. ' The commercial correspondent of the Washing ton Union thinks that the check which has been given to railway borrowing is very salutary in its effects more particularly lhat it will induce hence forth more rigid scrutiny into the character and re smirces'or works thai ask for loans. Hie unavaila bility or bonds in tho hands oflendcrs during suck a string...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 27 November 1853

wwwwKwwwnTwwwwwnwwT&a . N AS HVI LLE SUNDAY MORNING, NOV. 27, 1853. Catholic Chukch. The subject of tbc lecture llii3 afternoon will be trantuhsiavlialion, continued. E2fTlie Itov.ilr. Tnourso.v will preach at the Cottage clmrcli at 11 o'clock tliis morning. Also, in Edgefield at 3 P. 11". The Rev. Mr. Elliott will preach at the Cottage church this afternoon at 3 P. M. SST We have been requested to state- that, in consequence of the illness of the Rev. J. B.-Funou-sw there will bo no preaching-at the Christian church this morning. l.KcounKns Copht. .Tas. Ccvlx was up yester day belorc Uie Jlecorder for selling liquor without liwntc. tuied 5 and costs. The largest Tukkip op the Seam. A. G, ilcox has rent us one of the largest turnips of the season. It is the product of his farm, five miles from Nashville, on the White's Creek Turnpike, and weighs 11J lbs; !ncasuring32 inehes in circum Terence. Can Old Williamson turn-up any thing, that will beat this, friend Cameron? Broad Stbeet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 27 November 1853

an WHOLE SALE TRADE. 1200 Boots, Shoes? &c. CZSQI E. S. HOLLINS & CO., XYHOLESA1.E AND "UETATTj DEALERS, Ho. 21 and 3G, Corner of College and Virion streets, XASm7LLE,TXX, HAVE received for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE l-ot) CASES MOOTS. SHOES, HATS, CAPS, J'KUXICS, A. Being the LARGEST STOCK of Goods tlier have ever offered in Hits market, and which for quality, jrle ami twriVfy will equal any Stock in the City. Merchants and all other making tlieir purchases in Nashville, will findittolhcir INTEREST to give our Slock an eXaLiiuation before buying. R. a HOLLINS & CO. Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool, received in exc-hmge Cr Good at tho highest market price. ngl? If b w o H. & B. DOUG-LAS & CO., Importers and Wholesale Dealers, No. 54, Public Square, Nasbville, Tcnu., -VTOW exhibit and offer for site a complete and desirable IN slock of F-reujn. and Vomttte I)r J,." OJrjvt H.Ve, Writing and W?ttS5s anv In magnitude and variety this G "-d ever offered in this pa a...

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