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

&2 j&t tut af,w 1 me r i eii, ''" ' mi 'i i i"iii"LL " l"iiini'':'i iV'il'iiuiaiiiaij 111 ".Illulu-ii i i tt i mi i in ' "i'ii i iiiiit'irnMiiii" ' '"'''"'"' 'il!'-3?,,"'''-- !(....,( v'f, .. " . "-r OF,SflCEiN,,. I IVDEADERICIE STREET;' circ.iriw-nix njouUistUiefoivgiing rales. " " J - -. . .. . . . 1 ana saiuraaj, at j-b per aivmim in adrancepuwu poia c aJvanro, i6. ' h ' ' - ' " ISSTTHlf-MaxiJyj LL CASlii m ACCOAITAJiV! 8UIG1111TI03 ' Remittance otsuWrintiun inij(TKs ujula pail i.ou "S-. i- '.' -fc.T- ('.'".'l.'i our WwrwiU J10 nt duI of Iho SUie dkIcss IHt crdir U coninaniod ntb the cash. ,' , , ' J'" ' " - TUB HAZARD -POW r Fw J CONTINUIito furnhh Gna rowOcrVoT all ineir'.wtU 'kniiwn brand, Kmtu&y Rifin Amtrioin Sjvriiey Jndi. J.'ijU In kcyi, half and imkrfer ktjh'ilnll cauuittrrs uf oie jiouiid encli. AIs a full assortment of Powder fw ' "-IILAKTINti AND MINING1 purjte. Tlie reputation of llidrUiiii l'owdcr1ltoiell lnomi to mjuiro coimnent. All orlerjproinptIy fill...

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 November 1853

la , L.MiRUSO, r. O. HSTM, .v, w T..TlABWNCi .C-O. 1 1 :t if KCITOnS -AND ritOPIUETORS. aTUKSla.YMbhNING NOV. 29, 1853. FIGURES FOR OUR LEGISLATORS. We copy below, ffom (he iNevv1 YbrK -Tana, , two laWe3 the first showing the .entire white popula tion-of.the several States, and the second . the num.- ber of vrhite persons over the age of twenty-ode years, who capnovreau ana write, . , ., We' are '.mortified to see that Tennessee again stands nearly, or quite; at the foot of the -list con-, taining the largest number of white persons p'yer'fiie age oftwenty-on'e years who cannot read and write of any "State in the Union, -The race fortius un enviable notoriety between ns and Arkansas is close; but Arkansas lias been more reccntlyTscttled and,is yet much, more sparsely populated than Tennessee We cah frame tio, excuse whatever for the disgrace ful fac that Tennessee, one of the riclust States in tho Union and one of tho most densely populated StateVof the South, is the most ignorant c...

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 November 1853

NASHVI jFJ TL E: TUESDAY MORNING, NOV.4K), 1853. 0011 ana f riit EBTABU8HMENT, " ; S0S. 9 AXD 11 DEADERiCK STREET. Where the citizens of Nashvillu, in'ivant of any ucsenrilton or plain or Taney job printing am respect 'W iiivucu 10 cau ana leayo their, -orders: (lie work M il! be executed in a superior slylA and' at the. lojvgst.pricea. The facilities afforded by our splendid steam ap r paratuaf as applied to IIoe's Cylinder and Adams'. presses, enables tlie proprietors to execute every kind of printing with tie utmost despatch, fronj Uy .largest p'za Poster, to the smallest visiting, card. TnEATnE. The performance tonight i? for the benefit of Mrs. CAnronxn, and a very attractive bill i&oucred. Iler two children, Emma and Geor- oiaka 'Keioxouo, will appear for the first titnix "We. liopo to ivitccs a full house. I37 Ve aro intlebted to ourobliging friends Wi i. mnnr fc Co, for a copy of the 'December No; of Putnam s .Monthly. This No. completes the second valume: lis progress i...

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. — 29 November 1853

-J--'- -'. 7 .1211.(1 Boots, hoosV &J i, s. hollins & co,; ;: VHoilSSALE ANl RKTABi JDEALERS, Wo ri'aaaCrCorccr of CoUegeanatfttiun streets,' ' , . NAsmiLEfENx, . . . -TTAYE reeved for U,e FALL AN D WINTER; TUADIkI tj . laoo (M.sKV HOOTS, SHOES jfjivpv. -Aft . iteinir- the LARGEST STOOWof Uoods U.ey hare evcr.ofleredin thu marked wul which for jocy, and wr.WwiIl eqiial any StA in U.e City. Merchants and nil otiiers-making their purchaSes.Jn Xitf,""e!nriU:lS.Utlotheir INTEREST In gire our block au examination bci-rabnying. R noIjLINa & c6. tar Fctlicr Ginseng, Beeswaxand Wool, received in exchange EirGoods aUhe highest market price. ul7 tf w - Hij&'B. DQ,UGrLAS & CO,",, I5ipp"rtcr.s and Wholesale Dealers,; No." 51, Public Sqnarc, Nashville, Tcnn.t -'-rnw .: rJTf mmnTALa find desirable i stock .f FvSt find P'oiiviite ' Jru jrfJ'a'. limi.JionniU, OrnlreB.t; Boots, Jlrbtjart.'.'iM'ri?' Curvet JJagi.' Writrtt) and Wrdimiha Pdj?, AC' A In m'agn hide and variety this .s...

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. — 30 November 1853

. ' -'JllWB'JMA-rnrT r r ,. . ... -j-. , Tii(iin rw ' -" ' " . ' ""' ' "Ji1" i i -m 1 1 mi .u ., j " fa. ii iff I. V.' -AH i - !-! .. - jj." . ;NAS VOL. XXIV, CINION AND AMERICAN. OP "FICE-No. II, DEADEHICIC STltliKT.. TIIE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished lo sabtcribcraat the following rates! Single copies, one Year in advance. f2 50; withm the year . 3 the end of the year Ji 00. Cures Of lire and upwards $2 -00 per- copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers'rill be re cti Ted for six months at the foregoing Tates. bo TUMVEEKLY is published every Tuesday "bursd-? and Saturday, at f o per annum in advance; if nc paia' n advance, J 0. '"'DAIIA'U published M Eight Dollars. t-TIlE MONEY t LL CASES TO ACCOMTAK SUBSCRIPTION ,tf Remittances of subscriptions mat b. isade by mail J our risk. ' ' paper will If sent onto, the State unless th ar "eompanieJ with the cash. TIIE HAZARD POW DER COMPANY, Of Hazardville, Connecticut - A. O. ILIZ-RD, PBES'l. A. K. DOCGLAS3, SEC'r. CONTINUE to fun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 30 November 1853

- fT ? i ; mi i I J. L-VAEUNO, I. a. lUSTHXK, O.C.TOETT. -."" MAtttlNC k- C-Q. .JaOIIN--' AND PROPRIETORS. WRHJfESDAY MOltSIlW, KOV. 30, 1853. ?4 - TI1E TAX ON MERCHANTS LICENSE. Mr. Lamb introduced, on the 16th inst, in the House or Representatives, "A bill to amend the revenue laws." This bill proposes to reduce the tar on merchants to forty cents on the hundred or four dollars on the thsusand dollars worth of merchan dise; and further, to reduce the tax on merchants, who buy their goods in this State, to twenty cents on the "hundred, or two dollars on the thousand dollars' 'worth of merchandise by them so bought of resident merchants. This, in our opinior, is an excellent provision, and should receive the support and sanction of the whole General Assembly. As the law now stands, the wholesale merchant of our own State, when he imports his merchandise into the State and oilers it for sale, is required to pay a tax of fifty cents upon the hundred, or five dollars on the thousand do...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 30 November 1853

tf.4 f li N AS HVL&IvE: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 30, 1853 Corrox Extorts. The Mobile Register, a gooJ paper, by the way, gives the Following table, show irig.tlie amount and value of the cotton exported from- the country during the fiscal year ending- J uuo 3dtli, 1853. The Southern States are evidently prospering a? well as the Northern. Besides nearly a. hundred and ten "millions of dollars worth of their cotton sold abroad, they sell many millions Tvorlh to thcNorth. And their tobacco crop amounts to inauyyniillions more. Exports of cotton follows: ,. Whence. Exported. for - the last year are ti Pounds. C10.9CG.701 182,329,040 18,431,339 5,937,303 . , 109,300 ' 120,234 120,411,504 04,033.745 "2,045,095 93,811.074 2,159,141 ' '208.322 4,900 577 Valuer Xew.Orleans, Mobile; ' -Apalachicola,. GalvesKori, Key. est,, Charleston,, Savannah, ' Boston) Ne'vviTo'rk. , PbUddelphia, t.:I4 1 Halumore,, "Vermont, Niagara,' i .:t i it i . $57,352,1S0 1G,5G0,3C8 1,G4G,319 041,821 8,747 ' ' '2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 30 November 1853

-? re- River seen MERCHANDISE. Fall and Wj later STOCK OF DRY GOODS AT NICHOL'S CORNER, Xo. 13, Corner Square ami MarM Street, Xaslritb, ir r-r received his new Fall. Importations of HICI1 AND ELTOANTFALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which hTukes pleasure in inviting the attention of friends and tbe public, feeling assured tbat be can oiler as gieat bar tminai as can be found in tbe city, INKICU TAXI. AND WINTER SILKS. Of the latest Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, in cluding a beautiful variety of tbe richest and handsomest PUid, Brocade. Block; Bayadere, Striped, Notional, Repp, and Watered Silks, as lias been in this city. New and HeiiiiUiul Pnrisiaii Plaids, Of entire new designs, with the handsomest and RICHEST COAIIIINATION OF COLORS, Including tbe gav, grave, rich and elegant. New Jind Choice French jlerinos. Tbe most desirable colors in market, embracing the most, fasuionable shades which the ladies will find beautiful. ELEGANT RICH DELAINES AND CASH MERES, .Of the choicest...

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

'-:;muvj llm Amw: MMM m m i mm NASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1853. vol. xxrv. L J . 1T. IB Wi th ' it r I1-' f4 ' ... Jii. UNION AND AMERICAN- " OFFICE Xo. 11, DEADERICK STREET. J "TUB WEEKLY UNION ANDAJlERlCAN Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one rear iu advance. $2 50; withui'tho yearJ3 "00; at the end, (i of the year $4 00. Clubs Of five and upwards 00 , ier,copy for one year. Clubs rjT subscribers will be ro ceivedior six months at the foregoing rates. " "' be TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday "nursdsv (l ..and Saturday, at 5 per annum in advance; if nu,paia a ku Advance, 1L , .f , (ll , i. J0AILY is published at Eight Dollars. , , , ImryUE ..MONEY I ALL CASES TO ACCOJIJAlJi subscription ' , Bemittauces of subscriptions teas b taado by mail at our: paper will be sent out of the State unless, the order Is ac companied with the cash. THE HAZARtf IPO W- - ER COMPAQ - Of Haiardville, Connecticut. , , x. a. iuzabj, fues't. a. e. docglas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 1 December 1853

j.uxituWi s.c. sastman, o.c.TOEBErr, ii.c.c.cinnicn j o HN I.. MARLING & CO., " " ETIT0R3 ASD PROPIUITORS. THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 1, 1853. "PROTECTION TO HOME INDUSTRY." The New Yorlc Tribune notices a railroad con troversy at Erie, Pa, as follows: 'There is a row at Erie. A great privilege of the city is iuvadeil and the whole Lake shore is made to echo the belh'gerant voices of her sons. It is all about a railroad. The old controversy of narrow gauge and broad gauge is revived there with new . ardor and embittered rage. The world knows thero is a railroad along the shore of Lake Erie; from Buffalo to the Pennsylvania line, the gauge is nar row; ftom the line to Erie it is wide; and from Erie to Cleveland it is narrow again. Thus passengers traveling West or East have been forced to stop in the brisk old borough, instead of whisking through il.Pir vtrniild W Hone, had the road been tlie same all the way. They stopped to change cars, and that process naturally fuggested I taking...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 1 December 1853

1.1 hi NASHVILLE; THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 1, 1853. The weather is cool and cloudy with a pros pct of Ming weather. I ! nriJfZr- We rc indebted to Ben Eg ax, clerk of.'the Aleona, for a late No. of the St. Louis Republican. Thank - . , " T .. . . . k Panorama or this Creation. The exhibition of Ihta picture b advertised to open to-night at Odd l Fellowa'JIalU Wo hope there will be. a. ,goodt at i tendance. It ts said to be worth seeing. ; :-.ift "Weregtet to learn tliat the little daughter pf.pFRED Sloas, was severely burned on Taesday last.by her clothes taking re. She survived only a short while after the accident. Thc New Orleavs Delta comes ito us in an entirely ;Tlnow dress, and preseuts a very handsome app'ear mce. We wish our enterprising contempory buc- .Mais . i NAsnyjUJB -' CiiAniASTpsr, The cars arc now .rnnnmgover the whole distance between'Nash - yillci and the Tennessee river, wlththo exception i .of tv?0:and a half miles. -This is the only interrup '' "tfon to the railr...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 1 December 1853

7( i i MERCHANDISE. fall and WiistcrT STOCK OF DRY GOODS AT NICHOL'S CORNER, ift.13. OoriurJSquartasd Market Street, XaJiviUe, HAS received Ids new Fall Importations of RICH AN0 ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which lie lakes pleasure in inviting the attention of friends, and the public, feeling assured Siat ho can offer as great bar gains as can be found in the city, IN RICH FALL AND WINTER SILKS. Of the latest Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, m cludine a bcauUW variety of the richest and handsomest Phiid, Brocade. Block, Bayadere. Striped. National, Repp, und Watered Silks, as lias been in tins city. New and .Beautiful Parisian Plaids, Of entire new designs, with the handsomest and RICHEST COMBINATION OF COLORS, Including the gav, grave, rich and elegant. New uud Choice French Merinos. The most desirable colors in market, embracing the most lamionabie shades which the ladies will find beautiful. ELliGANT RICH DELAINES AND CASH MERES, Of the choicest palfernsand most bea...

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 December 1853

p nisi 0i ITI ' .C3SS35L 9 TEUSS: -FRIDAY DECEMBER 2, 1833- VOL. XXIV. a. f-i) if NO. 1G2. 1 i ' V- 1 V B 1 I I I U I !l 111 V I VI 1 1 l 1 I I J ' IF I 1 ' I l r llflMi V I J j t JcAy jfJU; LllJaxi- .. A-11.JLT- ' A If 1 I It 1 1, il . ' - OFFICE-No. 11, DEADERICK STREET. -it:' j. ... , - - THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMiHtlCAN Is furnished to Bubscriberethfe'lijlJowing'ralcsi'SiKgle copicsjone J tc&t iu aui aiiur. s of the year per copj for one year. , V, HIHUU MH! IWl fHI W IU UJWUU .,jt-: -f.r,'T ...... V. . .T. .. $ 00. Clues Of uve and upwards ti Qv , Ulabsorubscnbers-wlUbei-" ccived tor six montba at tho foregoing rales. "TWonvti hs TIU-WEEKLY ,1s publisbei J,ey JwhUt- "tatrsdsjj . 1 I DAILY it published at -3guf DoUars. . , 139- THE MfiVKY I A.f.TY rXSE. TO AC snuscuiPTioa .rg '"in-""" admittances of subscriptions a J l-ad-jby 9f " piper will be sent wit of the Stale tnleu Uif onlex is ifc companicd with the cash, . , ,.t THE fiARD.e&tr DEE& COMPANY : Or Hszordville, Co...

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

.L.XABUSO. a.S.TOCTlTT, M.C.C.CHUBCB JOHN BiffARlilSC S CO. EDITOKa AND rEQPXICTOES, KIDAY 3IORNING, .DECEMBERS, 1833.. TnE ADMINISTRATION AND Tllfi SOUTH." , , The Cbarlcstoa Standard has an editorial on the subject of a string of resolutions lately; introduced into tlie Legislature of Georgia by the Whigs, which while pretending to .endorse the general policy and BL gentimenta of Gsti. Pierce's administration, attempts ,"' " ft to throw a fireband into the Democratic ranks on .Sfondord places the question of support of the ad - .'limits fife niniQt ration bv the South on true and unassailable f;Wi7 grounds. It says "While we may dis3ent as to some points of mere policy, yet m a whole, we are prepared to sustain cordially the present Adminis tration, and wo shall make no pretext upon minor points, to raise up any general opposition to so sound and so true a man as Gen. Pierce. The Adminis tration came into power anti-tariff", anti-internal improvements, anti-bank, anti-freesoil agi...

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

- - T FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER X,A853. B?" There -will be another cbifioiTto-nigtit or Eeana's Panorama pT the Creadon, 'ft is .a pic tore worth Beaiaqilehope'cei.gooiTa't tendance. ' u-- i r f-r, . England and ran United States. The TJ. S. Economist states that the UqUeiljStates nbiY-icon-sauieaas mucTi'5U6n ia 1853, is England did in 1833. The Umtedstates are now where England was .twenty yearsago. Vyatciies, jEwnnV. V, it, Uauioiw, on the square, is now- receiving direct from the Eastern cities a large -stock of watches and jewelry of all de scriptions; His'assortnjcnt far surpasses anything of the kind we hare seen foe many a day. See hi? advertisement for particulars. tW We are indebted, to T. Berbt & Co. for a copy of Harpers Magazine Jbf December-lhe first Wo. of a new volume. We learn, also, from his advertisement, that, Haoax has received the same number: Pistols asoi GorreK-T-The correspondent of the f Baltimore Patriot -writes: "One thing, 'I believe, is pretty well m...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 2 December 1853

ft- V SIBROHANDISE. Fail and Winter STOCK OF DRY GOOES AT N I C H 0 L ' S CORN KB, So. 18. Corner Square and Marlet Street, NashriUe, HAS received his new Vail Importationsof KICII AND ELTOANTFALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which he takes pleasure in inviting the attention of friends and the public, feeling assured that ho can offer as great bar i, ran be found in the citr, IN IUCU FALL ATO WINTER SILKS. Of the latest Parisian style, which are truly elegant, In cluding a beautiful variety of the richest and handsomest Plaid, Brocade. Block, Bayadere, Striped, National, Repp, and Watered Silks, as has been in this city. New nnd Beautiful Parisian Plaids, Of entire newdesigns, with the handsomest and RICHEST COMBINATION OF COLORS, Including the gar, crave, rich and elegant. New ami Choice French illeiinos. The most desirable colors in market, embracing the most tasnionable shades which the ladies will tin J beautiful. ELEGANT iIUCH DI2LALXES AND CAS II -3IERES, Of the choicest jut terns and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 3 December 1853

-iAOJj..lJilJ " - llll 111 u if as- .1 1 Iff I. JVOL. XXIV- "UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE-No. 11, DEADERICK iTREET. TIIE WEEKLY ITNION AND AMERICAN Isfirrnisbed to, subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance. t2 50; within the year $8 00; at the end of,tbe year $4 00. Clbbs Of fire and,upwards--$2 00 (j per copy for one year- Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for six months at the foregoing rates, be TRI-WEEKLY Is published evsiy Tuesday rhursday j .(end Saturday, at $5 per. annum in advance; if nc.paia a X-td ranee, ffi. -b DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. , tJT,THE MONEY-' LL CASES TO ACCOHJANi SUBSCRIPTION . on Remittances of snbscriptions qui bs ta&de by mail .! oar' -TTisfc. r av , paper will be sent cat of the State unless the order Ij ac . j.-.companied. with the cash. ' - THE HAZARD POW "V. BEK COMPANY, Of Eazardyille, Connecticut a. a nirttn, pus't. a. z. itocciass, sse'r. ! rDNTINUE to furnish Gcri Pfwder of all their well , Vy'.. kno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 3 December 1853

If .1 JOllX li. MAKLITfG & CO. - EDITORS "ASD PBOPlUSTOna. SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. 3, 1853. - THKCAME OF THE WHIGS AND TilE FACTIONlSTSr The South shows uo sympathy with the faction isU in New York, who are seeking to renew .the slavery agnation tbcir own PurPses- Slia seeks repose, and knows -when and how to light her own battles. The entire democratic- par ty of the South is united in the support of Uie ad 'inhnstration never more cordially united, and nev er more invincible, as the late elections show. Tho reason of this is well stated by the Richmond En quirer, hi the blowing comments: In the winter of 1831, an attempt was made by certain sagaeions Whigs and certain stupid Demo crata, to organize a party on the lasts of the Cotnpro mise. Oil the ono side were Clay, Webster and Toombs on tho other were a few doubtful Dem ocrats, whoie names we choose noUo mention. fpk.;v;.i...ir.rnmii!ita tho scheme subscribed a declaration. Setting forth they devotion to die Union, and their ...

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

I J I s2 V -.trr 4 rt 'rK, Jt-' flU' K SATURDAY MORNfiiG.-BEC. 3, 1853. V OCT' The weather is clear and cool and from pres-' cnt appearance we hare but a poor prospect for. rain. ' "The Rev. Mt.Thomwos will.prescli at'tho Cottage CHaurchon Sunday, at 11 o'clock, A. M., and the.IUv. Mr. ELliott, &l P. M,. , , The Davidson County MedicalSociety will - meet at Dr. JJaddis'b office on Wednesday, the7tk "r instVat 7 o'clock, -P.'IL 1 ' , si "7, Tesnjcssee Dwabf. Maj. Yeu Hikes, the Ten - nessee Dwarf is creating considerable excitement -at, the corner of "Union and Cherry streets. The i - Major is a prodigy in his way, and the lovers of tho. Marvellous should give him a calL ,Odd Fellows' Hall. Amon. the .amusements oK the city Reana's Panorama .seems to bo lleld in rememberance, and we notice there was a good at . tendance at the Odd Fellows's Hall last night "l yThis picture waspainted in Italy by one of the first v. artists of the ,Age, nd is well worth a visit There - wm d anouie...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 3 December 1853

v'-t V MERCHANDISE, JPall and Winter : STOCK OF SET GOODS AT NICHOL'S CORNER, So. 13. 0rntr Stuart and Market Street, Xaxktillt, H: AS received his new I all lm portal ions or K1UU Ju U i AVI WIVTFtl nmilK tnnktrh I v.. nWsnre in inviting tbe attention of friends and . . 1 . T.l .Y A .'AMM ...... " ww..-, . the publui, feeling assured that he can offer as great bar ' ' cains arcan be found in the city, IN RICH FALL AND WINTER SILKS. Of the latest Parisian styles, which are truly lrgant, in cluding a beautiful Tariety of the richest- and handsomest lnaid. Brocade. Block, Bavadere. Striped, National, Repp, and Watered Silks, as haa" been iu this citjr. eir and Beautiful Parisian Plaids, 1 "of entire new designs, with the handsomest and RICHEST COMBINATION OF COLORS, Including the gay, graven ncn ana elegant. - New and Choice French Merinos. The most desirable colors in market, embracing, tbe most lasulonable shades which the ladies will find beautiful. - ELEGANT RICH DELAINES AND CAS ...

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