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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 10 December 1853

vol.. jmy; TJNIQNrDAl)iERlOlN:a OVFWEtJSbvXI r.HEADERICK; STJaTT-J THE WKkiUiV- nKION AT)EUICAAVUfujajfihtd to subscribers m the following rates: Single copiefyjaae rear lnodtance.T;2.E0;mithlnlho y'earfS 00; at the'isid of the yC$4 MJk. -.CHwfjarejmi:-Dpwards -$2 00 per copy for one yea?. Clubs of subscribers arill be re raved for six months at the ha TRr-WPRTTTiVlft jVx21Lr .UJ-i.?m,. 1 auid Site-'day.nf t5"per dnniia fa dvnce,'if tu.tpdo-.fl adrancetS. ' 1 "j - . - DAILYi pubushed it Eehl DoltmaJ' '" E3THE MONEY IN' K.LL CASES TO ACCOiffAH 1 SDBSfiRrpnnN A?? -MlT -t Remittacces of Baliscriptions ma, bo r'ide-ty'niall'fiifctir' rilfc. t- A.., 5 " I, 1 - . "" iMj ' rut. 5 J. ' . - paper will be font 6t bflhe Stale unles. the companied with the cash. 59' THE ' . HAZARD , -P.OW DER CGitlPANl7 sr. Of Hatardville. CanaeeHitit A. . HAUMr, TSfeS'T. ' ' a, DOCGIASS, gniY. C0XTLVUE6-fUjnill Cuti TAvrdor ofall tbeikwerf known breads iti&ty. Kifit, AsHtriettn- 'Sportiny "of one pSSTC f&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. — 10 December 1853

IT- J.LttBa, I.O.BASTKAK, .C. TOKBITT, H.C.C. CDCBCH. j o hn l. HAKiiixG aTco ., EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. SATURDAY "MORNMC, DEC. 10, 1853. NO MESSAGE THIS MORNING. We suppo3ed'there could be bo doabt'of ouTfrt."' ceiving the message last night, 6 - as td publish it this morning, as the telegraph announced that it was published in the Louisville papers of Thursday, and in the Cincinnati papers of Wednesday morn ing. The Louisville papers came safely to hand last night, but they contained 'no message, and we got no Cincinnati papers. "We must therefore wait a day longer. Our paper contains, less than Uiet usual, quantity of reading matter, on account of orj having held it open for the message. "We shall make -this up to morrow. CONGRESS, see by the telegraphic despatches in the Lou 'isville papers of Thursday that Gen. Armsteosg was elected Printerto ,the House on 7th instant, on the firatballot. EachHou3e elects its own Printer. We supposo there is no doubt that the Senate also will ...

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. — 10 December 1853

.'Tyj'!,lf'frS-i l":!:!!2 - m MHMHHHHMHHHHWMHMHMIII mum ft??? hr r'.'i '; m 4 'Ait1' i NAS HVILEJg:, SATURDAY MORNING, JDEC, 10, .1853. ELECTION FOR RAILROAD DIRECTORS. The Board of Major and Aldermen labored thahl ' on Thursday night last, to ppofntthe Mayor,' and two of tho Aldermen, to cast the city vote for tha directory of the Chattanooga Hailroad, and after resolutions were offered, -with amendment on amendments, to an indefinite extent, they finally concluded that, inasmuch as the ITayor was not an officer, created by theBowd, the Board had no right to instruct. The Mayor being elected by a plurality of votes. the Board were of opinion that the better mode to receive instructions would be by a direct appeal to the people at the ballot-bos, on Tuesday next, when they will bo required to vote directly for the oia ooara or "new board" THEATRE MR. NEAFIE..' , " Mr. Neath: commences an engagement at the Adelphi to-night, when the tragedy of Jlamlet will be performed. It has been a...

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. — 10 December 1853

' t-' frl "J Fstll -and. Winter ' STOCK 0? pJKT GOODS . "at niohoj qdXSBn," . , A&. 1? Certt'Sa4ariBiAMirhei Slrvi, A'aAeUle, His received his new FR Importations of BU-R AND ELEGANT FALL- AND WINTER GOODS, torbich ; ho takes pleasure In invhing tlie altcuiroiT.of friends ami the public,' fifdlnjC'Msiired luaf lis aa oifci-aVjrreal bar- T trains a can bo found la the rity; " . , ' '' " ' ' 1 IN RICH FALI, AND WINTER SILKS, i OflhelafeStParisian styles, which art trtur elegant, in- 1 eluding abeauliful variety of the richest And bandtmft f Plaid. Brocado, Block, jJayaaens Dinpeu, nil Watered Silksas has been in tlus city- New and Beautiful Parisian Plaids, Of entire now designs, with the handsomest and RICHEST COMBINATION OP COLORS, Including tbe cay, grave,-rich aod elenint Vm,- unci fhntfl- Urplifth SleriDOS The most desirable color in niaikot embracing the most faseionable iikade which the ladies will rind oeautifuL ELts.GANT JUCir DELAINES AND CASH MERES, Of the chrieest patt...

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. — 11 December 1853

r i ft M tl ' -1 w-t.i n - -!" - 7 '' j - - Vh-.. v.- AMERICA1 IT" VOL. XXIV. NASHVILLE, TJENN: SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1853. NO. 17L n sii v i ii i; If. I if . tf. i UNION AND AMERICAN, OFFICE-No. 11, 1EAIEUICK Sl'KEET. JHR "WEEKLY UXIOX AND AMERICAN Is furnished l jo Dubscribcra at the following rates: Single copies, one . .year in ad ranee. $2 50; within the year $3 00; at theend of thtj-ear J i 00. Clces Of fire and upwards $S 00 per copy, for -one year. Clubs of subscriber;! will.be re- ceived for six months at the foregoing rates. - be TRI-WKEKLY is raiulfebed every .Tuesday rbuisdjy1 l" and Saturday, at $5 per annum in ad ranee; if ni.1 paia o ' ''"advance, SG. " -DAILY ii published at Eight Dollars. "KTTHE M0"EYI Mi CASES TO ACCOMTAS1 'SUBSCRIPTION Remittances of subscriptions ma bi rande by tnail i;our risk. paper will be sent out of the State unless the order ii ac , companied with the cash. THE HAZARD POW DEK COMPANY, Of Hazardville, Connecticut. . a. iuugji, pbks't. a. souq...

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. — 11 December 1853

inracitm j.UtltMUSO, B.0.KASTU1X, CC TOKBKTT, M.CC. CUC JOHN t' KAK'LI-N'G CO., . , .EDITORS ANDPIUPIUETOKS... SUNDATi JUORNIKK, DEC. 11, 1853. FI1UST PAGE. A variety of miscellaneous reading will bo found on the first page. PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. v Having held &urpaperopcn for tho mesage, we are compelled to put it to press at the earliest .moment after getting itin type, and must reserve comments for another occasion. THE RAILROAD QUESTION. It seems that the Mayor and Aldermen, unable to agreo how be vote of Uie city on account of the stock owned by it in the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad shall be cast, have resolved to submit, the question to the people on, next Tuesday. We -will not permit ourselves to doubt that the answer in favor of the "old board"' will be yery emphatic Their management may not have been perfect,, for they are mortal men; but that-it hasheen eminent ly wise, energetic, and successful no unprejudiced man can doubt. Their superiors as mon of business cap...

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. — 11 December 1853

as almost continually for more than thirty years, a scat iu one or tie other of the two Bouses of Con gress, and having, by his singular pnrity and wis dom secured nnuoundnl confidence and' universal respsct, his failing liealth was watched by the na tion with painful solicitude. His loss to the country under all the circumstances, has been just ly regarded as irreparable. In compliance with the iictof Congress of March 2, 1853, the oath of office was administered to him on the 24th of that month, at Ariadne estate, near Mantanzas, in the island of Cuba; but his strength gradually declined, and was hardly sufficient to ena ble him to return to his home ia Alabama, whero, on the eighteenth day of April, in the most calm and peaceful way, his lorjg and eminently useful ca- 'reer was lerminaiea. Entertaining unlimited confidence iu vour Intel iigent and patriotic devotion to the public interest, aua oeing conscious oi no motives on my part which are not inseparable from the honor and a...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 11 December 1853

p IK? I Fall and Winter STOCK 0? DRY GOODS AT NlCHOL'3 CORNER, J(!.lt, Corner Square and J&wht Street, Nashnllt. HAS received Iiis new Fall Importations of RICH AND KLEGANTFALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which he takes pleasure in inviting the attention of friends -and the public, feeling assured tllat bo-can offei-as great bar gains as can be found In the city. IN RICH TAXI. AND WINTER SILKS. Of the latest Parisian stjlM, which are truly elegant, in cluding a beautiful variety of the richest nod handsomest Maid, Krocade, Block. Bayadere. Striped, Aational, Bepp, and Watered Silks, a has been in this city. Now aud Beautiful Parisian ?InJds, Of entire new designs, ithie handsomest and RICHEST COMBINATION OF COLORS, Including the gav, grave, rich and elegant. New and Choice Trench Merino. The most desirable color in market, embracing the most iaau tollable shades which the ladies will find beautiful. ELEGANT RICH DEL.VINES AND CASH. 3IERES, Of the choicest patterns and roost beautiful c...

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. — 13 December 1853

v -Si.- W?W??" "'J !' ' ' - ' nin - - ' ...sc.. tjt.,, ,-. .-.. NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1853. VOL. XXIV. NO. 172. t.-u t.i 1p -4 l-ipf a&L Iff: i w UNION AND AMERICAN. dFFICE No. 11 i DIJADEKICK STREET. THE WKKKLY UNION AND A FnlfiAN T fui-nLJicd to subscribers a; the following rales: Single Copies, one . Ytarln&atfince. '! 50; wiihln lte'yearJS OO; Attbseud of the year U 00, Cmf fire and npwards-$2 00 . . per copy fftr oneyear. Clnbsof subscribers 'will be re- L ceiTedforrixnKnlbsAtlhoforegbingra(3. ' '"' b ? . i T heTRI-WEEKLY U published erery Tuesday ahursdsv and Saturday, at f5 per annum in aJvance;,ir.ni.'.palax J rj ran,.,.. ; ; ' '' " DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. " 155TTHE MONEY L CASES TO ACCOMTAN srjBscniPTios " Remittances of subscriptions rxuM bs wade, by mail j out ride paper will be sent eut or tbeHiate unless the order use- companied with the cash. '-THE HAZARD -' Of H&zardvillo, Connecticut A. G. HAZAKO, P&Es'r. A. E. DO CO LASS...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 13 December 1853

Wfftirmi J. U XAKLINO, E.O.KA3TKAS, U.C. TOBBCTT, M.C.C OICBCa. JOIlV L. M -1 It L I X J.Sc CO., . .,- EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. - . TUESDAY, MORNING, DEC. 13, 1853. -the-presi dents message: "We have neyeriread a president's message which so little required an index, as .that of Gen. Pikkck. And ;it is useless 'to attempt to-condense, it Its statements are so brief und yet clear, that 'he who would attempt to condense by re-writing would very likely make a longer document than the mes sage itselC As it stands, it is a plain, forcible state ment of the condition of the country, which all will read some to attempt to find matter of com plaints but the great majority with sympathy in the principles it enunciates, and all true Americans with pride lor their country, whose progress is bo glow ingly described in the message. , Wo shall not, therefore, give an analysis of the message, but, as occasion offer?, may take from it some texts for approving comments. As a sound and eloquent expos...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 13 December 1853

i.l ...ur. . . :-,....y, i.. - 1 .t - M V ! I I i: ' H WAS SV I'LL E: TUSDAY MORNING, DEC. 13, 1853' Theathe. Last night Sir. Neahe performed the ardious character of Yirginius. Throughout tho en tire play he was every inch tho nob'e Roman and the fond, doting father. In some scenes he was truly great, hi that of the forum where he staba his daughter, rather than she should be despoiled by the tryant Appius, the effect was appallingly grand. And when he held up the kinfe " already maddened with drinking his daughter blood," with the startling exclamation: Lol Appius ; with thin innocent blood, I do devote thee to uY infernal gods I a thrill of terror seemed to pervade the entire udience. To-night Mr. Xeafie will appear in the Prize Tragedy of Mohammed, for which Mr. Ed. m For ncsT paid one thousand dollars, and presented it to . xJJr. Neafie. All who want a good seat would do well to go early, for a perfect jam may be expected, TENNESSEE CENTRAL RAILROAD. ' ' To the General Assembly...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 13 December 1853

I BUSINESS GAUDS. TRANSPORTATION. 4. Fall and Winter STOCK OF DEY GOODS ; AT NICHOL'S CORN KU, X". 15. Corner Square and M.trtei Sired, Naihntle. HS received his new Fall Importations of HICH AND 'ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER GOODS, la whicii he takes pleasure in inviting lhe attention of friends und the public, feeling assured that he cuu otfer a great Uir irainn as can be found in (he citv, fc INRICH FAH- AND WINTER SILKS. Of tlie Infest Parisian styles, which are troiy elegant, in cluding a beautiful rariety or the rictiesl and handsomest Plaid, Brocade. Block, liaradtre. Stnped, NaUonal, Repp, and Watered Silts, as lias been in this city. Ni'Wnud Be-atitiliil Parisian Plaid'', . Of entire new Uesmns, ith the handsomest and mciiEsr cojjuinatio.v or colors, Including the gar, grave, rich and elegant. New mill Choice French JHcrinos. Tlic niot desirable colors in market, embracing the tnosl fssuionable shades which the ladies will find beautiful. ELiiGANT RICH DELAINES AND CASH MERES, O...

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. — 14 December 1853

NASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER a 1853. VOL. XXIV. . i . .1 ' 1 ! .. . UyiON AND AMERICAN. OFFICE No. 11, DEADERICK STREEtT- THrJ WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one ' year id advance. J2 60; within the year$S 00; at the'end of the year $i 00. CtCBS Of fire and upwards 12 00 per-copy for one year, dabs of subscribers will be re-! ccived for sis months at the foregoing rates. " he TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday llmrsdjy" and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if ni.lpa.Ta a advance, $6. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. BETTHE MONEY I LL CASES TOACCOMTANi SUBSCRIPTION Remittances of subscriptions ma? be Made by mail j.1 our risk paper will be sent out of the State unless the order Is ac companied with the cash. THE HAZARD POT DER COMPANY, Of Haxardville, Connecticut. A. O. HAXA.KD, fezs't. jl. 1 docglas; sec't. CIONTIXCE to furnish Gun Ffwder of all ' their well 1 known brand. Kentucky HiAt. American Sport...

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. — 14 December 1853

9 mfirlllimt&SllltCHtimJi I. O. BASIMAK, O. C. TOIUIETT, K. C CCnCBCU. JOHN L. MAKtING & CO., EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, U'EC.iH, 1853. NASHVILLE TRUE TO HERSELF AND TO II ER . FRIENDS. Referring, in our paper of Sunday, to the fact that the Mayor and Aldermen, after Ending them selves unable to agree how the vote of the city on account of her stock in the Nashville and Chat tanooga railroad should be cast for directors, had agreed to submit the question to the division of the people, we expressed the confident opinion that the majority for the old board would bo very decis ive. We were not . mistaken in our judgment. Yesterday the vote ,was takeiij.with the following tmphalie result : roil OLD EOAED. AOAIH3T, OLD BOARD. Tirst Ward, Second Ward, Third Ward, ' i . tWfhv 25" 2 ;30 . 10 9 29 111 iourth Ward, Fifth Ward, Sixth Ward, 9G5 The vote is not a full one; yet as' the enemies of the i.i i.,..rrt ,irf much mnriTrritifl than their Inenas, it is reasonable ...

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. — 14 December 1853

Wis f: 4 :.. '? ; r S - r. NASHVILLE: WEDNESDAY JORXING, DEC. 14, 1853; MR. VAX ZAJiDrS LECTURE. TLe following uoticc of this gentleman is from the Courtland (N. Y.) county 11'. It is certain ly highly complimentary; Lecture. 0 n Tuesday evening last, our citizens were faTored -with a lecture from ilr. VT. Yah ZaxdTj oflNew York, on the subject of the "rise and progress of American liberty." to those who know anything of the ability and attainments of the gen-; tleraan, it would be an act of Supererogation in ns to inform1 them that the lecture was one worthy of ita'ahthor, embodying as it did, in an eminent de gree, , prolpunoaty 01 knowledge, a wide range of thought, elegance of diction, together with an easy I A r..i j.i: v - i i aim giJtL-iui ueuvury, wnicr is Dy no means we least consideration; in an entertainment of this char acter. We are seldomfavored with entertainments so ncn ana instructive; and those of ' oar" citizens i who were so unioriunaie as not to ue present on m....

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. — 14 December 1853

' - . I MERGHANDISE. Fall and Winter STOCK OF DRY GOODS AT NICHOL'S CORNER, .to. IS. Corner Square and Mirht Street, tfuhriUr, HAS received his new Fall Importations of RICH AXD ELEGANT FALL 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 gains as can be fixind in the citr, IN IUCU FALL AND WINTER SILKS. Of the latest Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, in cluding a beautiful variety or the richest and handsomest Plaid, Brocade. Block, Bayadere, Striped, National, Repp, and Watered Silks, as has been in this city. New and Beautiful Farisian Plaids, Of entire new designs, with the handsomest and RICHEST CO-ttRINATION OF COLORS, Including the gay, grave, ricli and elegant. New and Choice French Merinos. Ti, mi lt.jir.ihlo colors in market, embracing the most f asnionable shades which the ladies will find beautiful. ELEGANT IUCU DELAINES AND CASH MERES, Of the choicest patterasand mos...

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. — 15 December 1853

nas H VILLI 4 i iV VOL.-XXTV. UNION AND AMERICAN. office-no. ii, deaderick street. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one yeartn advance. 2 50; within the yen 13 00; at the end or the year $4 00. Cltjb3 Of fire and upwards f 2 00 per copy fof one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for six months at tlie foregoing rates, ho TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday, at $5 per annum In advance; if niA paia a advance, $S. DAILY is pnbllihed at Eight Dollars. t-THE MONEY J ML CASES TO ACC0MTAS1 SUBSCRIPTIOS Kimittaiices of subscriptions mav ba taade by mail t our risk. paper will be sent ont of the State unless the order Is ac companied with the cash. THE HAZARD POW DER COMPANY, Of Hazardvillo, Connecticut a. a. niiARD, pucs't. a. e. dohglass, SEC'r. CONTINUE to furnish Gun Powder of all their well known brands Kenlucty Rifle, American Sportiny Indian Rifle in kegs, half and quarter kegs and cannii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 15 December 1853

1 4l i hi 4 Mb J.L.UAIU.IXG, E.0.Ki8TXAX, C.C. TOtiBETT, K.at CmjECll. . jonjf i" marline & ' -BDITORSXKD FROPrnrljBS. Thursday morsisg, dec. is, issa. LAW BEFOBM. . The present state of our judiciary and laws has been and is the subject of unceasing complaint by Bomcorihbse who know the true remedy, anil more especially by those who do not. The arbi trary division of rights into legal and equitable and the establishment of separate organic structures to maintain and perpetuate those idle and injurious the investigation of -one division of rights by oral testimony in one court and the other Tn nnnthfir court bv dcDOsition: the inability of nither court to do complete justice in many cases without the aid' of the organization and process of the other; the constant mistakes as to the proper court mwhieh relief i's to be asked arising from the unscttled and changing boundaries of the jurisdic tions; and the impossibility of determining the pro tter iurisdictlon in many cases until ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 15 December 1853

f NASHVILLE: THURSDAY MORNING, PEC. 15, 1853- Theatre. Last night Mr Neafie perfonaed tho difficult part of Richard the Third, to c. very good house, though not so fuU as the merits of this gen tleman deserve. He is, without exception, the best artiste in his line, ive have had in Nashville for some year?; and we are somewhat surprised that his houses are. not crowded nightly. His rendering of the crook-backed tyrant was in many respects an original conception; and though we differ with"hini in some particulars, yet as a whole, he did ample justice to' the character. The parts of Richmond. (Mr. Vaxce.) Kin Hen ry, (Mr. G Reese,) Queen Elizabeth, (Mrs. C. Fori,) Lady Anne, (Miss Reicsolds,) and, last, thongh not jeasi, me jjuKc ol York, by little Miss Goodwix, were admirably well performed; To-night, Mr. Neafte appears in the classic play of uamon and ly Unas. In such parts as Brutus, Tir ginius, Damon, and impersonations of that pecular i 1 r . . r . .oai, jir. eafie nas out tew sup...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 15 December 1853

f M MERCHANDISE.. Fall anil Winter STOCK OP DBY GOODS AT KIcaOL'S.COBSKB, An. 13. Corner Square and Maritt Street, Nashville, I HAS received his new Fall Importations of KICH AND ' ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which he takes pleasure in inviting fhc attention or friends and the public, feeling assured that he can offer as great bar gains as can be found in the citv, IN RTCU FALL AND WINTER SILKS. Of the latest Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, in cluding a beautiful Tnriety of theTicbcst und handsomest l'laid, Brocade, Block, Bayadere, Striped, National, Kepp, cad Watered Silts, an has been in this city. New and Beautiful Parisian Fluids, Of enure new designs, nilhthehandsomcstand RICHEST COAlBINATION OF COLORS, Including the gar, grave, rich and elegant. Ncu' and Choice French Merinos. Tho most desirable colors in market, embracing the most fasnionable thades which the lndic Hill find beautiful. ELEGANT RICH DHLAINES AND CASH MERES, Of the choicest jiatternsand most be...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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