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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 4 December 1853

?3! ft' m f Is - '"'"'"'"'eWMMMMWMMta'MII I WJMf yMtj. i im 111 riWIII WIHMW m UBiiii H 1IM i .HIHIMIMl I I I Ml IIIIMI IIW II J-Juj. IHWIiiiiiiiHHM I1M LU. VOL. XXXV. UNION AND AiERICAN. Olj-JflCE-Jfo. ll.READERICK STREET. THE UTFCI.V ITVIOV lmin.v t- t. ....... wicihiuiia 13 itiruuuica lo subscriber at the following rates: Single copies, oue year in advance. 2 50; within tbe year5 00; atlhe'cnd or the year t 00. Clubs Of .five and upwards 2 00 per, copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will.be re- cjiTedfors.xmocUiSatll.eforegoing'.rates. , - ho TBI-WEEKLY is publishr-d worrT.ii.Wa.-. rhnrmi.r and Saturday, at t5 per annum in ad ranee; if m. . poia a advance, $6. O.ULY is published at Eght Dollars. " -lTUE MONEY I v LL CASES TO ACCUMTAN V SUBSCBIPTI03 jJ Bcmittances of subscriptions nu bo taade "by mail at our rut. . paper will be sent out of the Stale unless tho order Li ac companied with the cash. THE HAZARD POW- . BER COMPANY, Of Haxardvillo, Connecticut. . u. lumt, rjuaj. x....

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. — 4 December 1853

V J. UMABLtSO, CO KASTKAX, H.C.C.CBUZCH JOHN L. MARLING. iCO. EDIT0E3 AND PROPKJETOI18. SUNDAY MORNING, DEC. 4, 1853. Qr" Sec first l'age. KEEPER OF THE PENITENTIARY. A bill lias passed theJIouse of Representatives by nearly a party vote to take tlie appointment of Keeper of the Penitentiary, who, under the pres ent law, is appointed by the inspectors nominated by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate, from the Inspector, and give the elation to the Legist lature. The bill has passed one reading in the Sen ate. When it came up on the second reading, an . a mendment was .offered by Mr. AToo&e, providing that the cliange. shall not take effect until 1855; and the bill and amendment were laid on hc ta. ble. , . No complaint ij made that the present mode of appointing th keeper has not worked wclL The whole cause of the proposed cliange is, to secure in office a whig by legislation No other reason can be offered for the attempt to take from the Gover nor the supervision of the Pe...

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. — 4 December 1853

I It : '.h V- t N A S II V ILLE: ' SUNDAY MORNING, DEC. 4, 1853. J 3f llev. J. B. Ftncrsox -will preach at tfiej! U-nstianUiurcu Uiis morning at half past 10 o clock. Catholic Church. The subject of tho lecture this-afternoon, will be: The Sacrifice of the Mass. EP The Davidson County Medical Society will meet at Dr. ITabdis's office on Wednesday, the7lh ins t, at 7 o'clock, P. M. . f. iST" The Rev. Mr. Tuomksox will preach at the Cottage Church to-day, at 11 o'clock, A. 1L-, and ' the Rev. Mr. Elliott, at 3, P. M. Reorder ILvwortu's Conirr. Yesterday John Corn: was up for disorderly conduct; but was dis charged for want of testimony to make out a case. James Wilson was fined $6 and costs, for dia- ' orderly conduct- ; Jons Q Fuss was fined $5 and costs, for re- j fusing to aid the Police. i State vs. D. McIntosh, on a charge of selling liquor to slaves. Fined $5 and costa. 4 TireATBE. The Comedy of the Poor. Gentleman , andTJraina 'of ihe Idiot Witness was presented last' night to ...

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. — 4 December 1853

iiTimW T T1tnlifiriifrr?rHilkW mm i MEBOHANraSK Fall .and Winter . " STOCK OF DEY GOODS AT SICUOL'S GOBKER, Kf 18. flwr ..wi ami Martet Street, XashriSe, j Htc mto1 his new Fall Importations or RICH AND LEWNTPAIAAWD WINTER GOODS,, to which hatakesrieasnrein inviting the attention or rnends and Kb &Hns adored that he can tiffer as great bar- VJUCITAAN'SWviNXEa SILKS.. Or the latest Parisian styles, which arc truly elegant, m cladW a beautiful VRriely or the richest and l'"4 Plaid, Brocade Ifiock, Bayadere. Striped, National, Repp, and WatcrcdSilks, as has been in th.".city-.,Inl1 New and Beautiful Parisian Plaids, Orentire new designs, ;lth the hant and lUCHUS T CO.UHINATION O COLORS, Including the1 gar. grare, rich and elegant. New and Choice French Merinos. The most desirable colors in market, 'embracing the most fasaionable haJe-which the ladte will beaunfaL ELEGANT RICH DELAINES AII CASH MERES, Of the choicest patterns and most beautiful colors, and in ti.r kind ofDrr Good, s...

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. — 6 December 1853

"i: NASHVILLE IINION . I AND NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY, DECEMBER G3 1853. VOL. XXW. NO. 1GG. tit -4 UK , 1 UNION AND AMERICAN . OFFICE No. ll.DEADERlCK STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers a: the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance. $2 50; within the ycarJS 00; at the "end or the year (4 00. Clubs Of fire and upwards J2 00 tr copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for sir months at the foregoing rates, he TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday "Imrsdsy and Saturday, at 5 per annum in advance; if tR. paia n advance, 6. DAILY is published at Eight Dollar. J3TTHE MONEY X LL CASES TO ACCOMTANi SUBSCRIPTION Remittances of subscriptions rear bo xaade by mail t our risk. paper will be sent out of the State unless the order U ac companied with the cash. THE HAZARD POW DER COMPANY, Of HaxardviUc, Connecticut a. a. niZAnn, tbes't. a. e. docqlass, secV. CtONTlNUE to furnish Gun Powder of all their well- known brand, Kijiiucty Rifle,...

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. — 6 December 1853

la m i. iir it-' r . fc K.S. KAST1CA.Y, G.CTOUUKrr, M.CCCUUitU L. MAULING At KEITORS AKD PEOPBIETOIIS. CO. TUESDAY MORXIXG, DEC. G, 1833. TUG NEWS. "We give up our paper to-day almost exclusively to tbe interesting news matter which has been ac camnlating for Ecveral days. ' LATER FROM THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. " The dates from the Sandwich Islands are to the SlhofOct2S days later. The recent change of Jliniilcrs seems to have sat isfied the people for tlia present, and affairs were proceeding very quietly. Owing to a discrepancy between the Constitution and the Organic Acts, II. 11. II. Prince Lot Karaehameha has temporarily re signed the Premiership, and that it lias pleased His Majo''' to re-nnnoint John Young, Esq., to the of fice of Kuhina NuL ilie Argus, although opposed to Annexation, opens its columns to the advocates of the measure. Several elaborate articles in its favor have recently appeared. The writer, in discussing at length the various objections made to Annexation, says...

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. — 6 December 1853

.1... -4 ft p.' it NASHVILLE: TUESDAY MORNING, DEC. C, 1853. MISS REYNOLDS. An enthusiastic young gentleman sends us the following description of the appearance of tins . young lady at the Theatre one evening last iveek : Miss Reynolds' Cosceet. llus'tc, coming from whatever source it may, aK-ays cheers and happi fiesus; but when stolen from strings with the graceful witencry of "fair hands," it brings upon us gladsome ccstacy such it did for us on Thurs day evening last when Miss Reynolds' "flying fin gers kissed the strings" inviting melodies that would charm Calypso. Miss R. doubtless, presents a greater variety of musical talent than any other one p erformer. Her transitions from the blending violin, to the mellow flute and thrilling octave, never fail to strikcher au dience with enchantment, Thursday evening last she held forth at the Adel phi Theatre to a full and discriminating house, from which she elicited the wannest applause. At the conclusion of the concert, (as advertis...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 6 December 1853

it i, ' ' MERCHANDISE. 'fall ami Winter STOCK OF BBT GOODS AT .VICnOL'SCOUXKU, X: HGrner Square and Markii Street, XasliriVe, Hkez rpceired his new Fall Importations of RICH AND ELTOANTFALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which lis takes pleasure in inviting the attention of friends and the public, feeling assure! that ho can offer as great bar rain as can be found in the city, IN KICII FALL AND WINTER SILKS. Of tho latest Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, in cluding a beautiful variety of tlie richest and handsomest l'Uid, Brocade, lilock. Bayadere, Striped, National, Repp, end Watered Silks, as has been in this city. New ami Urautiful Parisian Plnids, Of entire new designs, with ihe handsomest and K1CUEST COMBINATION OF COLORS, Including thegav, grave, ricli and elegant. New und Choice French Merinos. The most desirable colors in market, embracing the most fasuionable shades which the ladies will find beautiful. KI.fc.GAXT RICH DELAINES AXD casu mehes. Of the choicest patternsand mos...

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. — 7 December 1853

NASJTTOLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1853. VOL. XX1T. VI, K NO. 16.7 f K " sit 5 stiff V..' r-5 UNION AND AMERICAN; OFFICE No. II, DEADERICK STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN li furnished - to subscribt,tlie'MloriflfTate:'8nge copies, one year in advance $2 50; within the yoar'IS 00; at the end oT the year tl 00. Clubs Of fire ana upwards 2 00 per copy for" one year. Clubs or subieriberi" will be re-' ceived for sir m'ontWat 'the 'foregoing rites. "'' -'J be TRl-WEEKXY is pnUished' every1 Tuesday "buradM ' and Saturday, al $5 per annum In advance; If Jit. jula a advance, 86. "' ' DAILY js published at Eight Dollars. , . , t37 THE 'MONEY U,L CASEJ? TO ACCOSiriNV suEschiiTioa .jfcs ' .' "' Kemittauces of subscriptions n:a bo tAade'byjmvl'ai'oar risk. paper will be sent out of the State unless the orderl ac companied with the cash. THE IIAKAKB POW DER COMPANY Ot HaxardTille, Coanecticttt. . A. O. BAZAED, 4CEs'x. A. E. DOCGL.IS3, 8CCX. CONTINUE to furnish Gun Teller of all tljeir...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 7 December 1853

JOUiN L. MAR1.IN it CO. Frrrons ajtd proprietors. SVEDNESDAY MORNING, DEC. 7, 1853. :r CONGRESS. Ye expected to have laid the President's Mes sage before our readers this morning as the. House was organized cn MondayMand the messngono doubt delivered yesterday. Printed copies were to be placed in the hands of Postmasters ia the cities, to be delivered to the press as soon as the telegraph announced its reception by Congress. But no cop ies have been receired by the Postmaster here. It is supposed that the cepies for this place were in the mail which yras stolen last week between Lou isville and" Nashville. We shall no doubt receive the message by the Louisville papers Thursday night, and7 if so, we shall be able to print it in our daily of Friday rooming. The House was organized on Monday, without, difficulty. Lues Boyt, of Kentucky, was re-elected Speakar, and Col Fonsr.r Clerk. This is a .favora ble indication o! de-nocratic harmony. "We greatly hope that the expectations of the w...

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. — 7 December 1853

14 4 ft-.' ft: f. Li NASHVILLE: WEDNESDAY JIO.RXpiG, DEC. 7, 1833. TUEf XUNKELS.' ' r Vc see from tiie last Chattanooga Advertiser that we ore to hare this talented corps of negro minstrels with us in 8 few days. Oar citizens will greet them with full houses during their s tajj if they have any taste for good singing and fine delin eation ofjthe negro character. We take the follow ing notice from the Advertiser of the Cth: Tnn Ktokeia Tbo long expected visit of this very popular company will actually take place on 1'riday .and Satnniay nights of tllis week. T'119 Troupe is without doubt the most popular in the tx-upsing aii uieir predecessors. They have been acknowledged to be without rival in merit by aU tho 'Southern press where they have had the pleasure of giving their entertainments. And it is upon the repeated testimony of so many-of their admirers, that -we base our present notice, assur ing our numerous readers that, in no place where they have been, have they failed in succ...

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. — 7 December 1853

7 f - J f V If ; A 4 iwi r milium w wMMMttiHli MM cat HARDWARE. x ir&tst J j. 1 n. 5 it .5 ' ... STOCK OF Dai AT NIGHO L 'S COK?CKR jc, is Corner Square aitilllartel Street, KashtiUe,- " HA? receives bis new Fall Importations of RICH AND j ELEGANTFALLAND WINTER GOODS, to which he laiel pleasure in inviting the .attention of fnends and tho pub lie, feeling assured that he can offer os great bar- o-iins as can be found in the city, ,, NRICH PALI. AND WINTER SILKS. Of tbelaiesi ransiau mjticv " v , , . eluding a beiwliful variety or the richest, and handsomest PUjd, Urocele. Block, Bayadere. Striped, National, Repp, and Watered Silks, as has been in this city. New and Beautiful Parisian Plaidf, Of entire new designs, -with the handsome-it and RICHEST COMBINATION OF COLORS, Including the gay. grave, ncu anu. eu. . Ttfitr nnd Choice French Merinos. new buu uraitf ii.. -v.- . The mt desirable colors in inanc embracing uie wosi . m l1..1ph which the ladies, will find beautiful. ELEGANT...

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. — 8 December 1853

Gp"" e.nsr "3prl AND AME U ' I I III -., ' i?. 4 Em; WWKM8WJlMtliMM'"'"WgH nnrwmiilll liimi IMU. iimiianimi " , , , , , ,M, im'm.imii L j .jill-. jouj jm.iimi i i vol. xxiv. - - ;" 1 s; - , -. lN'ION AND AMERICAN -MUFFICE No. ,11, DEADEIHCIC .ST11EET. THWEEKLY UNION AND AMERlCA-Is furnished to -subscribers ot the foUawicjj rates: Single copies, one year in advance. $2 50; within the year $8 00; at tbeend of the year $4 00. Cures Of lire and upwards 2 00 per-copyor one year. Clubs of subscribers, will bre- . ceircd for six months at Ibe foregoing rate., ho JtIUAVEEKLY is vmblisbed every Tiiesdiy "hursdy and Saturday, at Z5 per annum in advance; if w.. pdia a advance, $6. DAILY is publislied ut EightDoUars. I3r?"TtTE MONEY I LL CASES T0 ACC0MTAN1 StJBSCRIPTIOS i Remittances of subscriptions may-Da laode by mail ji our risk. - paper will be sent eut of the State unless the order Is ac companied with the cash. THE ' HAZARD POW- -..-EH. COMPANY, , r Of H&zardvUle, Connecticut x. c. n...

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. — 8 December 1853

I: V if.- . i . ifmi - r c mlttmi J. L.HJISU.T., .0. tA1TA.K. O.C.TOBBITT, X.C.CCHURCU john l. .uarlikg Ac cjo.. kpitoks asd toopriktors. - v - THURSDAY .MORNING, DEC. 8, 1833. , THE HOMESTEAD. . The Senate yestcrdajjvy'ceW the bill to repeal the set to protect the homestead, by the 'following vote:--- '' . . Ayes. Messr?. Bell, Bewley, Carngert Davis, Dunlap," of Henry, Farquharson, Hall, Moore, 2Ts.ve. NbrthcuU, nnd Rogers. 11.. !Noes. Messrs. Benton, Bowles, lYazer, Havron, Jones, oelson, Nixon, Perkins, Reagan,' Hei3,'EobJ ertson,-ahd Mr. Speaker Tolk 12.. , We heartily rejoice at this result. The present i law u not a good as it might be, bat t is a great deal better than-none. Future Legislatures may im prove it, but will hardly attempt its repeal. " 1 ' AQEXT OF THE PEX1TEXTIARV. The bill from the House, to take from Commis sioners appointed by the Governor the appointment of Agent of the Penitentiary and to give the elec tion to the Legislature, wa yesterday amended by "ihe ...

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. — 8 December 1853

3 -5 ,HK." H - m NA-S HY ILL E.: Thursday, Corning, iDEC. e, 1853. ST. JOHYd UOSPJTAL. This littltCharitj, qutellj repbslnj' benpath the shadow of 'the Capitol, Was oncd the Vole depen dence of the city, for the moneyless stranger whom sickness or acciaent prostrated wlthiaJier fimits.-f-, Iarinihe avvful visitation of cholera in 1849ind , TiO'every philanthropist of the city dwelt with pleasure upon this neat, quiet, unpretending; .little Charity. -Every unfortunate' sen?, there, all felt- would meet with the Jrindnea and attention of .: homrEvery body marvelled Tiow Ihe'Sisters kept itgoingBtilMt conU'nued to go ns. if moved by an . "suue nana, i nrec or iour plain Sisters? m their sombre gowns and neat white bonnets, with bright andjcheeriul faces, like the Charity to which they ministered, seemed self-sustained and-inexlatist-ible; -'The physicians who mingled their chari ties with those of the sisters, wondered when'tliey djpt'orlf 'they slept, At all hours of the night they.we...

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. — 8 December 1853

i js. 1VPSR0EANDISE. ;all and Winter STOCK OF DRY GOODS AT NIGIIOL'S CORNER, KtJSj Corner Squar and Market Street, Nasniille, HAS received bis new Fall Importations of "RICH AKD ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which ho taka3 pleasure in inritine the attention of friends and the pub he, -feeling assured that ha can offer as great bar gains as can be found in the city, IS RICH FALL AND WINTER SILKS. Of the latest Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, in cluding a.bcautifu variety of the richest d handsomest Plaid, Brocade. Block, Bayadere, Striped, National, Repp, and Watered Silks-as has been in this city. New niid. Beautiful Parisian Plaids, Of entire new designs, v ith the handsomest and RICHEST COMBINATION OF COLORS, Including the gar, grave, rich and elegant. New utid Choice French Merinos. The most desirable colors tn market, embracing the most famionable shades which the ladies will 2nd beautiful. ELEGANT RICH DELAINES AND CASH MERES, Of the cbcieest patterns and-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. — 9 December 1853

NASHVTLtE UNIOfTTO AMERTB1R 35 tV It- 'i 1 : n VOL. XXIY. MlON AND AMERICAN. r. r i ,- ., OFFICE No. 11, DEADERICK STREET! TIE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN-ls furnished tqjsubscribersat tbe following rates; Single copies, one year in ad ranee, fl SO; within tbe yeai $S 00;. al theend if the year $4 00. Clces Of fiveand upwards $ jS 00 icr, copy fof one year. Cluta of imbscribers will be re ceived for six mouths at the foregoing rates, be TRI-WEEKLY is published OTery Tuesday f huredsy and Saturday, at 15 per annum in ad ranee; if 'taApuia -a advance, tC . ,t ,- LoDAILY is published at Eight Dollars. ... CEfVfllE MONEY 4 Khh CASUS TO ACCOMTANY. SUBSCRIPTION Remittances of subscriptions mi bs tsade by mail .it our rik. l paper will ba sent out of the J&laU unless the order il ae companied with the cash. THE HAZARD POW DER COMPANY, Of Hazardville, Connecticut. A. O. HAZARD, PRES'T. A. K, DOCGLASS, SEC'r. CONTINUE to furnish Oun FPwder of all their well- known brand?, Kentucky Riflt, A...

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. — 9 December 1853

12 Wmira American- J. U MUUJ.VO, E. G. BAST3KAX, 0.C TOUBSTT, M.CC CnUECU. JOHN-L. MARLING & CO., . EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. FRIDAY MORSISG, DECEMBER a, 1853. SETTLING THB ADJUSTMENT AGAIN. . There are very few men for whom we entertain a higher respect, personally and politically, than wo cherish for Mr, Stantos, of tha .Memphis district Tet we very seriously question the policy and pro priety of " settling the slarcry question" erary time a few " Members of Congress" happen to get together. If it is desired to make the slavery agi tation perpetual, such propositions as that made by Mr. Stantox in the democratic caucus will very likely prove effectual Such 13 not, however, the desire of the South. She had a right to expect peace in consenting to the compromise. Sho -was divided in opinion as to the propriety of that com promise, but unanimously adopted it as a fined settlement, in the hope of peace. She has had but little sympathy with the New York "hards" in un necessarily rev...

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. — 9 December 1853

N AS HVI LLE: FRIDAY, MORNING, -DEC. 9, 1853. "5f The weather is cool and cloudy, with but little prospect of rain. Cumberland river on; a stand 27 inches on Shoals. The Cumberland A'o. 1 arrived -yesterday from Cincinnati. RrconnEna Court. Nicnotsox Tomlixsok was lip1 before the Recorder yesterday charged with steal lugjihhorso'from Isaac J. Kittenbury, of Jfaury county. lie was sent to jail, and from thence wa3 talcefifto'Coluinbia. - rVjiO'JPb'HAiAAnAX for fighting and disorderly conduct. Fined $25 and costs. John Jokes selling liquor on Sunday. Fined $5 and cost?. New Orleans and Great Northern Railroad. The report of ilr. JIobb, President of this com pany,' Etate3 that the Road will be in running order to the Mississippi line in a few montlis. That the present means, with the additional subscriptions of stock safely to be counted on, will suffice to grade and' prepare the road for the reception of the jron to the Tennessee river, after which Mr. Robb anti cipates no difficulty ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 9 December 1853

1 Ft jMERCHANDISl Fall and Winter STOCK OF DRY GOODS AT SICHOL'SCOBSEP., No. IS. Corner Squars and MarUl Sired, NashciUs, H" AS received his now Fall Importations of RICH AND ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which he takes pleasure in inviting the attention of friend and the public, feeling assured that he can offer as great bar pains as can bo found in the city, b IN RICH FALL AND WINTER SILKS.t Of t'le latest Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, in cluding a beautiful variety of the richest aud handsomest Plaid, Brocade. lJlock, Bayadere, Striped, National, Bcpp, and Watered Silks, as has been in this city. New ntiii Jloautiful Parisian lMnids, Of entire new designs, ith the handsomest and KICIIEST COMBINATION OF COLORS, Including the gay, grave, rich and decant. New aud Choice French jlcrinos. The most desirable colors tn market, embracing the most foanionablc shades which the ladies will find beautiful. ELEGANT UICU DELAINES AND CAS1I JIEUES, ' Of the choicest patterns and...

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