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

3E vol. xxrv. NASHVILLE, TENN:FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1853- msa iT0. x A. jol rvja.jL f JL JLJLi Ji - - J- .jP-fV JL JL JL 1 JL7 L JL JLTJL JLi JLl JL Vy 1 JL 1 1 UNION AND AMERICAN. I OFFICE No. 11, DEADERICK ST11EET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN-U furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one Year in advance, fa 60; within the year $3 00; at tho end of the year ft 00. CLCBS-f fiveand upward f2 00 per copy for one year. "Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for six months at the foregoing rates, be TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday f bursdsy and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if niipoio. a advance, $ 6. DAILY ii published at Eight Dollars. EgTTHE MONEY I LL CASES TO ACCOMFANi SUBSCRIPTIONS Remittances of subscriptions mar be wade by mail ai our risk. paper mil be sent out of the State unless the order is &c companied with the cash. THE HAZARD POW DER COMPANY, Of H&zardville, Connecticut A. o. nAziRD, tues't. A. E. IOCOLASS, se'c'v. CONTINUE ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 16 December 1853

-1, Hi. ' SIK f" del vj: 3 J. L. M1EU.N0, e. b. iastmajc, O. KTOKEBTT, M.CC.aiUKCD. JOHN L. MA It L I N G 4 C0. , ratT0R3 AXDJltOPIUETOR3gw . -ilETDKNKO. WFllSlllliTpleasure yaylnormng" of" wel coming home our wSociate aud friend,' J. L' iUnxma, Esq., who has been absent for a few weeks on a trip to tlw easlertitcitleaJ i He returns a 'Invigorated health, and will enterVitli renewed spirit upon his t labors. - ' " THE DEBATE. ONTHE LIQUOR QUESTION. An r.We and interesting debate lias been progres sing in -the Senate for the last two or three days, on a bill introduced by the Senctor from Davidson, (Mr. Heid,) "to ascertain the '.vill of th. people of Tennessee in regard to the restraint of the sale of tpiritnus liquors.'!- "We should have been glad to have reported ot length the debate on tbis bill, had we the room to spare for its publication. 2fot hav ing the. spacey however, we must make a brief ab str.ictanswer. The bUl makes provision for submitting the ques tion of "prohibitio...

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. — 16 December 1853

-v. vl mi if NASHYILLE: FltlPAY MORNING, DEC. 18, 1833- . RAILROAD ELECTION. I Attliomeclingof the stbekholders of theNa-i,. TvMc and Chattanooga railroad at Murfrcesboro on IT- .1 1 . 1 ... . euuwuay, me old board of directors was elected by the following very decisive vote: re- For the old board. 5,673 1,032 For a new board. -Mai. lor old board, - 4041 or nearly four to one. Andjrajends the contest ' iueoiiowing are 'the names of the old board, elected by his large maioritv: V. K. Bievenson, Alex. Allison, John 1L Bass, leremian Cleveland, P. S. Decherd, F. B. Fogg, Lewis Garner, Samuel D. Morgan, John T. Neil, ii.wing, J.B.KnowIes, A.M. Butlcdge, IV. spence, alios. Powers, James A. Whiteside. . The "new board" was made up partly of the old board, and partly of very worthy citizens, who would have made excellent directors, bad a change;; Decn deemed necessary. The river is still receding slowly with "only two feet on the shoals. Weather cloudy and" there 13 row, a prospect for ram...

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. — 16 December 1853

1-itL' MERCHANDISE. Fall and Winter STOCK OF 2RY GOODS AT XICHOL'S CORNER, Aa.13. Ooraer Square and Mwket Street, Nathalie, HAS received his new Fall Importations of RICH AND ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which he takes pleasure in inviting the attention or friends and the public, feeling assured that he can oiler as great bar gams as can be found in the citr, IN RICH FALL AN1 WINTER SILKS. Of the latent Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, in cluding a beautiful variety of the richest and handsomest Plaid, Brocade, Mock, Bayadere. Stripd, Natonal, Repp, and Watered Silks, an has' been in this city. New nud Beautiful Parisian Plaids, Of entire new designs, ltu the handsomest and RICHEST COMBINATION OF COLORS, Including the guy, grave, rich and elegant. A'eiv and Jhoice Frcneh Merinos. The must desirable colon in market, embracing the most iasuionabie shades which tbe ladies will find beautiful, KliiiOAXl' HIV 11 DELAINES AND CASH MERES, Of the choicest patternsaud most beau...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 17 December 1853

JSC VOL. XXW. NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1853. IV I 4 k i t I S I I lil ol.." I I I V ... A IV! I k AMERICAN: " - - -- "T in V ! " 1 r '4 "2 UNION AND AFRICAN. OFFICE No. II, DEADKRICIC STREETS THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN' Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one Tearin'avd'vanc. ?2 50; within the 'year $3 00; at thejend of iheyear 1 4 00. ' Cures Of fire and upwards J2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers wilf be re ceived for six months at the foregoing rates, he TRPWEEKXY is published every Tuesday rbursdny and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if xtwtrnia a ail ranee, $6. . " DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. I-TIin MONEY I KUi CASES TO ACCOMTAJii SUBSCRIPTI03 .jgj Kemittans orsubscriptions mat ba tsade by mail jxi our rut paper will be sent out of the Stale unless the order, la ac companied with the cash. THE MAS ARB POW DER COMPAIWy Of Haiardville, Connecticut O. 11AZAAD, TBES't. A. E. POCCLASS, 8EC?r. CONTINUE to f...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 17 December 1853

J. UMAKUXG, E.C. CJLSriLU',, O.C.T0KBCTT, X. 0. C.CUESCH. joiim '5a'biig & co. EBITORS'jLSD PROPRIETORS. SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. 17, 1833- BOX. GEORGE W. JONES. Havingflieara it frequently asked by the numer oua.triends of this distipgujsbed. gen tlenlen why -ho was not put iniomination for. the Speakership of the Uouse-or Eeprreentatives, we take tlna occasion to state that Mr. Joses declined permitting his name - trf be used in'that connection. He had many ar dent friends among the members of the House who would have ' evinced their attachment to him as man and admiration of liim as a statesman by sup porting him for the Speakership; but the state of lm health has been, for months past, too feeble to admit of his undertaking the arduous duties of .that position. ,' We are happy to say, however, that he is gradually recuperating, is constantly at his post in Congress, and gives his wonted energy and attention to public buanesj, - , , li 1 ' V THE LATE ERIE MOB. We regret to see ...

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. — 17 December 1853

IF W m ill NASHVILLE: SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. 17, 1853. tW. Hon. Willuk IL Poix, of -Maury, is at present in the city. ' "'. MR. NEAFIE, THE TRAGEDIAN. Such of our citizens as have -visited the Adelphi during the present week have witnessed, we ven ture to say, an exhibition of histrionic talents -which they have rarely seen equalled, and never surpassed' Mr.'NEAriE, the eminent American tragedian, has heen rendering some of his best parts, in many of , which he stands entirely alone on the American Stage, and we are gratiGed to know that his efforts have been appreciated by respectable and discrimi nating audiences. He has won Jor himself a high reputation as an actor of genius, and by his cour teous and gentlemanly bearing as a man has secured many personal friends. IVe regret that our en gagements hayi) been such as torenderit out of our power to give his different representations thatpar- ticular attention in our columns which they have so "well merited, and to dwell at large upo...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 17 December 1853

'C MERCHANDISE. Fail and Wi Biter STOCK OF BB.Y GOODS AT KICHOn'SOOIlKEK, Jfcl3. OvrncrSquare a! Markel Street, Nathalie, HAS received liis new Full Importations of K1CI1 AND ELEGANTFALL AND WINTER-GOODS, to which .he takes pleasure in inviting- the attention of friend and the public, feeling assured that ho cau -offer as great bar- irius as Ciu ooujuwi in ma ciiy, IN niCII FALL AND WINTER .SILKS. Of the latest Parisiau stales, which are'lrnly elegant, in cluding a beautiful variety of the richest. una handsomest Plaid, Brocade, Block, Bayadere, Striped, National, Repp, uid Watered Silks, as has been in this city. S'cw and Unautifui Parisian Plaids, Of entire new designs, u Hh the handsomest and iUCHKST COMBINATION OF COLORS, including the Ray, grave, rich and elegant. Nee uud Choice I'rencli Merinos. The must desirable colors in marked embracing the most fasuioaablo shades which the' ladies will Cud beautiful. ELtGANT KICU DELAINES AND CASH MERES, Of the clmicest patterns aifd tnos...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 18 December 1853

D AMERICAN, NASHVILLE, TENN: SUNDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1853. VOL. XXIV. NO. 137. if NION AND A 1 V M 1 III ir 11 lY kJll I JUL 4 -- J 1 Iff- UNION AjSTD AjCERICAN. 'office-no. 11, deadeuick street. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN la furnished to subscriber at the following rates: Single copies, one year in ad ranee. $2 50; within the year $3 00; at theend .pfjtheyeirtl 00. Cures Of five and upwards 2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for sir months at the foregoing rates. h8 TRI-WEEKLY Is published every Tuesday i'hursdty and Saturday, at f$ per annum in advance; if nut paid a advance, $6. ' "jDAlLYis published at Eight Dollars. t-TIIE JIOKEY l hh CASES TO ACCOMTAJik .SUBSCRIPTION &t Remittances of subscriptions may bs Hade by mail at our risk. . k paper will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac companied with the cash. THE HAZARD POW DER COMPANY, Of Hazardvillo, Connecticut. A. .8. HWlnO, rttES'l. A. E. DOUGLASS, SEcY. CONTINUE to lurnih Gun P...

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

if l;r'!? liriWnrmttt- iftmoan- J. L.MAKIJSO, E. O. EASTOAK, O.C.TOOOBTT, jccccncscH. JOHN 4IABL1.VG 4sCO JJDITOKa-AND -PBOPRIETOEar ' DECEMBER 18, 1853. A""varietyof ' ibtereSting miscellany will bo found upon the first page of onrditfy, this morning , MR. GUTHRIE'S REPORT. ThoaNevv York Herald, whose columns, of late, hove been disgraced by the most illiberal attacks upon the Secretary of the Treasury, is forced to admit the decided ability which characterises that officer's report to Congress. It expresses tho opinion that so able, so sensible and, practical a document lias not emanated from the department for many Yearn. "We havo (says tho Herald) seen none like It sinco the days of that business-like, clear-headed Secretary, Mr, Ixoham. Neither Mr. Htaxe, wno was nominated, after the breaking up of Gen. Jackson's first Cabinet, nor Mr. Woomiuiir, a man of Ciir character and ability, but whose careles3nesa contributed materially to facilitate defalcations; nor Mr. Etroo, whose h...

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

it-- if1 NAS HYI LLE: SUNDAY MORNING, DEC. 18, 1853. 23T Rev. J. B. Feikjtjson -will preach at the Christian Church thismorning athalf past 10 o'clock. Cxthouo CHCitcH. The subject of the last lec ture tins aflern.jon will be The Interception of Angels and ijatnts. , USE?" Augustus IT. Cooper was elected Superia tendent of the "Water "Works at the meeting of the Board of Aldermen on Friday evening. Mr. Cooper is a young man of industry and skill in his business, and will make a good Superintendent t3f Graham, tho man who stole the mail bajr on the Louisville route, was arrested on Friday last, at Bowling Green, Ky., and we learn from CoL B. Martin that they have recovered about 3,200 ih money, and a lot of Jewelry. His trial comes off on Thursday next Mr. Carter, stage contractor, has gone in search of the mail. GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK. F. Hagan has sent us the January No. or Godey'a Lady's Book, which is exceedingly well filled. The principal embelishments "The Pleaides" and "Time in s...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 18 December 1853

MERCHANDISE. i Fall and Winter STOCK OF DRY GOODS AT NICHOL'S CORNER, Xo.18. ComsrSjuars and Marlst Struct, Nashville, HAS received Via new Fall Importations of RICH AND ELEGANTFALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which ho takes pleasure in inviting the attention of friends and the pub lie, feeling assured that he can offer as great bar tains as can be found in the city, IN KICU PALL AND WINTER SILKS. Of the latest Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, in cluding a beautiful Variety of the richest and handsomest Maid, Brocade, Block, Bayadere, Striped, National, Repp, end Watered Silks, as has been in this city. Neiv anil Ueautifui Parisian Plaids, Of entire new designs, with the handsomest and RICHEST COAIUINATION OP COLORS, Including the gay, grave, rich and elegant. New and Choice Jt'rencb. .Uerinos. The most desirable colors in market, embracing the most lasuionable shades which the ladies will find beautiful. ELcGANT RICH DELAINES AND CASH MERES, Of the choicest patterns and most beau...

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. — 20 December 1853

WASHY ILL E- UNION AND AM ER I CAN. C ..a)lM.gA - i,; .ttl' s NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1853. VOL. XXIV. 4 it. u -r it:. i:-' p..-; i TOIONAND AiJDERIOAg. OFFICE No. 11, DEADERICIC STREET -TUEyBEKLVimOANl) AMERlCAN-fc hashed to subscribers at the following -rates: Single copies, one , rear in advance, f 2 50; within the year?3 00; at the end nrth'ro,r ki no. ni.ni.nr fir. ;a nn.2 oo per copy for cue year. Clubs of aubscribers will be re- . - r - . , ccived for six months at the foregoing rates. he TRPWKKKLY is published every Tuesday; rhursdsy and Saturday, at $3 per annum In adrancerl? Eojpaia a i advance, ffl. ' "' ' 'DAlLTjVpublifhed at Eight Dollars. ST THE MONEY I ? LL CASES TO ACCOMTANi H '.JCSCRIITIOS 'Remittances of subscriptions mtr ba ttada by mail 1 our parer will be sent out of the State unless the orde.'li ac oompanied tvitb the cash. ' ' DEE COMPAW, Of Uaiardville, Connecticut. a, o.' iuxakd, yitEs'r. a. e. pocolass, gee'r. ri.ONTINUElo furnish Gun Powder ...

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. — 20 December 1853

,1 J. l MARLfNO, B.C. KASTMAX, KaTOCBtTT, U. C. C. CUDHCE. r , .EDtTORS J.XD rnopnitrroKP. CO. Tuesday JiOB.viNt.VDKc. i:o.. issa. Our columns are worthily filled to-day with the .fiiManc-ssage of Gov. Jortxso.w The Gov. confines his message mainly to a state inept of the present and prospective indebtedness of the State; to the subject of State Internal Im provements; Public Koads; Education; the Tax on .Merchants, Banks; the Penitentiary; the Judiciarj; Weiitlrts and Measures; Amendments to the United States Constitution; and tlie National Homestead Law. It would be unreasonable lu (-xpeit' hat, up- , on all these subjects, the Governor's opinions should meet with the approval of alL Yet they are so candidly and so plainly stated .that we doubt not they will receive the respectful consideration of the Legislature. The style of the document is neat ami unpretending; ond'the entire absence of all al lusion to national politics -will permit our whig . friends to judge it with candor....

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

4 It NASHVILLE: TUESDAY AlORNLNG, DEC. 20, 1853. EF" Owing to the leiigth of the Governor's Message we are compelled to leave over a variety of news and other matter for our next issue. IMPORTANT FKOll LOWER CALIFORNIA CAP TURE OF THAT TERRITORY BATTLE OF LA PAZ-ORGANTATION OF A NEW REPUBLIC. AVe have late important news from Lower Cali fornia. That territory has become a republic, through the instrumentality of the party which lately left San i rancisco under the command of Col Wjiaiam Walker. Col. Walkeu was formerly of this city, and is the son of our esteemed fellow-citizen, James Walker, Esq. He has, it will be seen, been de . clared President Bf the New Republia The New York Herald publishes a full account of the operations of the invading party. From this ..account we gather the following facts. On the 17th of October, Col. Walker, with a command of forty five men, sailed for Lower California, and landed at Gape St. Lucas, on the 23d, from whence they pro ceeded to La Paz. Th...

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

' - c a m - - mm 9 . MERCHAN DISE. Fail and Wiaaier STOCK OF DRY GOODS AT NIOHOL'S CORNER, .V. 13. Corner Sjaarteiiii ilvbii Street. Xi&tiU, RAS received his new Kail Importations of RICH AND ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which lii- uaet pleasure in inviting the attention of friends and tlio public, feeling uMUred mat he can olT.c as great bar-g.iin.-. out be found in the city, IN JUCII FAI.L and winter SILKS. Of thejatest Pansian stviej, which are truir detpiut, in- T...T. .. k.. .. r .1... 1. . j . cludlmr u beautiful varietv of Iho Hcljp.it unci li.Lnn..mv.t Plaid, lL-ticaaVitbji, Bjy.tdere. Striped, National, Repp, j Mid Watered Hilts, as lias been in luix citv. Xen and iltiautltnl 1'arisiaii Plaiilg, Of ul:rt; new deiilgns, Mitb theliandsahestand mciiwsr co.niiiNATio or colors, ! lucluaiijg lhe ay, giuvr ricu,tuid elegant. j ..ci' anil Clittice 'xeuuti Jerinc. , HiemAi Jejirable Colow in nuiket, embracing tho mosT'' la-vattiauOir bluides tvhicli the ladles willfind beat...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 21 December 1853

us-"rl - y - f. ; Ah VOL., XXIV. NASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1853. IT T "m T A IN g i J i im Eft m-M 1 i m a i u ill m 11 f 1 JJU JLJ 0. 139. 4 -A pi UNION AND AFRICAN. OFFIOE-rNp. 11, DEADERICK STREET. THE WEEKLY "UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to suhcrUyr al uic following rates: Single copies, one fear infitlBoe. t-i 50j1tliin the year $3 00; at the'end of she'year fri 00. Cixus Of fire and upward ?2 00 per cof - for ( ope year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived fornix mouths at ti foregoing rate, be TRI-WBEKLY Is published every Tuesday nmradsy aud Saturday, at & per annum in advance; if m,ipaia a cdvwifce.'t'!: ' DAILY w published at Eight Dollars. t-TII'Mb.VEY VLL CASES TO ACCOMPANY Reouttasff Ucrujiiosa nu 1 laade foyniaU.il our risk. paper will be jwat o?t of tie State unless the ordei-lJ ac companied v.-ku the Qiah- TIlRSSAED -POWDER COMPAiW, , Q Kaaard-dlle, Connecticut. o. nimio, pats t. a. e. dccolans ski; sr. c iONTlN'UEto fHimiili. Gun PPwder of a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 21 December 1853

I iaiig linimt tmciipt- J, L.KXKU.VO, EASTVAK, O. CTOIDf TT, U. C.C. COC-CH. JOHN L. MAKLIKli AoCO: EDITORS ASO riiOriUBTOlta. , n ... ,f t- WEDNESDAY, MORNING, j DEC. 31, 1853. THE ELJXTIONOF PRINTER TO THE SENATE. We have alreadyT)ul?lished a:brief jwragrapli, an noundnp the election of JJevcrly Titckerot the ns7i j'ny'oH Sentinel, as Plater to the Senate, over Gen. Armstrong. Uuclxr received the votes of ail tho whigs, except the two 'Senators from Tennessee, and of nine democratic " hard?." Col. Bell voted for ARM-TROXO('and Gor-Joned for Gales & Seaton The four abolition whig Senator?, Chase, Wade, & ward and Sumner, voted for Tucker, -viththerestof the whig. Twelve democratic Senators did not vote. The democratic Senators voting lor .Tucker are un derstood to be Messrs. Atchison, t of Missouri! Bright, of Indiana; 12 vans, of joyth Carolina; ITunler and Mason, of Virginia; Weller, of Cali fornia; Wright of New Jersey; Broadhead, of Penn sylvania, and one otii0&ot m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 21 December 1853

... - J mill u ! y j,,(P f: Kf'V r i. XT la ".ft: NASH VI LLE: WEDNESDAY HOUSING, DEC. 21, 1853. E3F Cumberland river w on a atand; there are now only two feet on the Shoals. The A. L, Davis left yesterlny for Paducnli. Theathk. Contrary to our expsotalions, there vvss but v. ritaagre Mtewfenoo test night, to wtnoss Mr. NRAJrtusf tragedy of IIaiwlde ; but this was doubtless owing tb the extreme coldness of the wentlieiC !ot withstanding tins poor house, how ever, tho Ttey wag -well performed, aud gave en tire satkfactHM. Thr KnKK8i& litis accomplished. Ethiopean Troupe had an excellent bouse, at Odd Fellowsj Hall, last night, notwithstanding the unfavorable state of the weather. Their performance! wcie chaste, as well as laughter-provoking; and the au " f dienoe retired highly delighted with everything they , have seen and heard. fjf This excellent Company will stay but a short lime in tlie oily, and we wouW advise all who aro fond of good sieging not to m the opportunity. 07" T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 21 December 1853

1 MERCHANDISE. - STOCK OF DRY GOOD3 Niauc-i.'s coKNi:n, Xt. 18, Corner Square and MirLet Slrets!, Natlmt'e, HAS received his new Fall Importation of RICH AND ELKGANTFALL AN II WIN FUR GOODS, lo which b takes pleamire in inviting the attention of friends and . . - r . I . I . ii , lue puotic, ies.iu$ bssu.i-u mi ..v uui uuw us giw iur cams ts can be found in the citr, IN RICH FALL Afffi WINTER SILKS. Of tbo latest Parisian styles, which ate truly elegant, in cluding a bountiful variety of the richest aiiii handsomest Plaid, itroctde, Dloek, Bayadsro, Striped, National, Repp, and Watered Silks, b has' been in this city. New mid Ueuutiitil Parisian Plaids, Of entire new designs, itti the handsomest and richest cojimnation of colors, including the gar, gtavo, rich uud elegant. New ami Choice French Jieiitio. The must desirable colors id luai Svet, embracing the most v.ionab!ehades which the tadim will find beautiful. elcgant rich delaines and CASH MERES, Of tho choicest patterns and mos...

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