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

NASHVILLE, TENN: THURSDAY, DjECEiMBER 22, 1853. no. mo: -1 5' 4 r 1 . ' ,j tfNION MD AMERICAN. OtfRICE No. 1 i , DEADERICK STREET. THGiWEEKLV 'tJKIO.ANU AMERICAN U furnished liabBSbejs u,Uie le-llowiiig .rates: Single : copies, one year la ad ranee. $2 50; within the. year $8 00; at theend of .the rear 5 4 Ml-. CLDM-Of five and rowardi-f2M r.iii-; 1 fVi .. ' .r -hi lJ,"iyi ior one year, vinos oi suoscxiucro m ceired Tor six months at tho foregoing rales. heTftl-WEEKliT-ts published every1 TCesStty; ,ri and SAWrorr'itt $5r annum Inadratice; lfjnyT; c. pxia n auvancr, to. , r i JATtlMrpifcKsJied at Hgai .Dollars. STTllfc MONEYI" EL CASES TO.ACTOMIANi RenfetapeS ortfobacxJriUons rca- ba l wide mail - .1 . ; i i Mr nut. ropcr-srill bq sent out of the.Stale cnleas the order Is nc com janied with the ca-sh. ' . Mffi ' HAZARD" POW- ;0'!5EMCOMPAN', Of. Bozardvills, Connecticut a. e. poccuss. sc J COXTIfiUEio Jurni.li Oun Piirder of-all ilieir-wrlV 'khotrn brand?, Ktafaky Jiifit, AnttrUan, -...

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. — 22 December 1853

J.LW! I.O.BASTIUS, G.CrORBnT; U.C.C.CHCRCH. 1 T?' JOHN L. "MAKUN".V fco. EDITORS AKD rnOPRIETOnS. , . . THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 22, 1853 INSPECTORS OF THE PENI1ENTIABY. On Thursday, Gov. JoniuoN sent to the Senate the Dames of three gentlemen as Inspectors of the Penitentiary, In, ebedience to the law which re quires the Governorto nominate and the Senate to confirm. The nominees of the Governor Messrs. G. L. Sloxjt, S. P. Ament, and G. W. Smith are substantial mechanica of this citj; men who, tar ing managed their own business well, may be trusted to manage the business of the State. An effort was yesterday made in the Senate to confirm the nominations, but they were laid on the table until Thursday, the 29th instant, after a good deal of debate, ostensibly to enable the Senators to study the characters of the nominees, but really, we fear, to study their preferences for keeper of the penitentiary. Iff. Bell very ably resisted the postponement, and, as usual, showed himself, a ready...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 December 1853

NASHVILLE: THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 22, 1833. ' THE ORPHAN'S FAIR AND SUITER. Our readers will not forget that this is tlifc evening lor the Orphan's Pair and Supper at the Odd Fel lows' Hall.' We are requested to say that the ar ticles will all be sold quite low. "Remember the Orphan." COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT TO MR. NEAFIE. It will be seen, by reference to the correspond ence Taelow, that Mr. lSTEAntr, the Tragedian, has been tendered a complimentary benefit This eve ning i3 set apart for the occasion, andiTr. Niiafie's own beautiful play of 'Ifarolde," and the inimitable melo-drama of "Don Ceasar de Jhzan" are the at tractions offered. Wc feel quite sure that our citi zens generally will join with the gentleman who3e names appear below in an effort to fill the Adelph on this occasion. To those of our citizens who have seen Mr: INTeafie on the stage, it is needless for us to speak of his merits as an actor. His talents are of that transcendent kind tliat cannot fail to win un stinted a...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 December 1853

V .. ! Fall . iiticf W5U? 61002 OS DRY GOODS ffei.'jAT NICHOLAS GOKN.EJl, AVIS. Gorntr Square and Market Strut, NashttL'e, -rTS received his new Full Importations of IIICH AND f JXLEa ANTFALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which hi rkei pleasure in inviting- the "attention of friends and the public, feeling assured that he can oiler as great bar- ' trains as can be found In the citv, , in rick fall ani Winter, silks. 1 OfHhe latest Parisian styles, 'which are truly elegant, in- j eluding a beautiful Taricty of the richest and handsomtet Plaid, Brocade, Block, Baysd-rc, Srripi, National, Hepp, J and 'Watered Silks, as lias" I e n in. ffiUcily. : New and IteautiluL Parisian Plaids, 4 Of entire new designs, Ith the handsomest and J RICHEST COMBINATION OF COLORS, Including the gay, grave, "cii and elegant. ' ' New nuil Choice French Mcriuos. ' Th'mi.t desirable colors 10 marker., embracmf? the mofit 1 T&snlonableWhadei which the ladis will find beautiful. EL-GAXT KICxl DELAINES AND CASI- Of t...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 23 December 1853

AND AMERI VOL. XXIV. NASHVILLE, TENN: FBTDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1853. MSHVI LL E BNI8JS NO. 182, i- w ti I TOION AND AMERICAN. "ori'ICK-No. 11, DEADERICK STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished Jo subscribers at tho following rates: Single copies, one vear in advance. $2 50; within the year $8 O0;attheend of the year $1 00. Clubs Of fire and upwards -2 00 per copy tor one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for six months at the foregoing rates, he TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday Thursday A it td'Saturday, at t 5 per annum in advance; if nuipoio. a advance, $6. , DAILY is published at Eight Collars. THE MONEY I ILL CASES TO ACCOMTAN 8UBSCRIPTI03 Remittances of subscriptions mav bo laade by nail al our risk. paper will be sent out of the State unless the order Is ac companied with the caih. THE I1A3ARD POW DER COMPANY, -. Of Hazard vilJe, Connecticut A. O. HAXAED, FBES't. A. C DOCQLASS, SEcV. CONTINUElo furnith Gun Powder Of all their well known brands, Kentucky ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 23 December 1853

"it V . ) j; i TO THE CONSTITUTION i r 0,V (T v?l I PROPOSED AMENDMENTS T( lUlH'iilU0 WK MWXUU O F Ti I EU N ITEl) gTATES. , J. Wo make a sclec.ion or two of intent frpm the - - - - t at a a r r ' w -i i .luimiiiu.iii v iui' Lue- iTiivtri mil ? i . -I f m . . , . ' .i 4 A J WASHINGTON GOSSIP. sc. c. toiuiett, .cc. cnoccu JOHN I" Mlt L I X G, &-C O EDIToj Ap PROPRIETORS. t Ijjoim rc3oliitioii.proj03t!ig ametJdmenls to tBo CoSV '"' j stitutioa ofthoiirSdStatevSlich xve'jublish KRID AY JIOHJfl.lG, JJKCtlSoJ. . ., Vl$ILkiTE OUTRAGE AT ERIE, PA. Tribune, aniLpubUsli.it loathe benefit o travellers. The peoiil5orErfftiA- worse than savages," and irUfrs should oupon.theif.wwn.as a place to, befchuiined at "alt'liaKards and to the last extrem ity." en Vb'oifor. tliefakeoi'Biainga few cop-: I wrsviu commit tlio' outrage' alluded to In this card, wll uoW hesitate. W rob and murder travellers xvbeiieverlliey cannot get enough from' them by t-liL-atery aud extortion. It need not be imagined ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 23 December 1853

-4 4 wm-. NASHYIL'LE: FRIDAY' HORNING, DEC. 23, 1833. , ' -SUPPER TO THE FLAYERS. Pji Yedneslay evening, M. W. Wetvoiw Ksfj., itendered an invitation to the company of the.AdcI- phi'Theatre to partake of a supper at -the Nashville Inn, prepared in Dr. Scott's very best stvle. The ent ertainment,, however, was not exclusive, and thGre were many of our citizens present on the oc casion. Th'e venerable statesman and i'lustrious patriot, Gen. Saw. Hocstox, wa3 also there, looking remarkably welTiiongu, perhaps, more grave than Ve have seen him in .former times. The party ieaflted ' most sumptuously on the good things spread before them and the generous sentiment,- sparkling wit, and apt repartee, which passed around the festive board, would have animated the coldest heart ! Mr. AVetoore liaving proposed the health of Managerj.G heexe, that gentleman responded briefly id Ins usual- terse and forcible manner. The coiripa-' n1 having drank to the memory of Fanm Crock ett, and their compatr...

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

.'At. mi . 'It it 1 liege Mer 1. Ii1 It ! . s iWS .fall ' asad . Wj iit&v STOCK OF DRY GOODS . , Ixi. lTT ASTeauvedhiinew Kail IinponaliimioT IIIC1I AND ,JUX,.iEAa.TFALUANli ViXKU.OOOUiV which tie ttfcos pleasure in invitm? the attention of friends and me pua itc, leeiinjj assured Inut Jie .can uller as great bar- .KL'f-ci'ffoiniJi'thoit.f, ,,.atVRICU FALL ASUWI.TEU SILKS. 0; ueUtf si Parisian styles, which are truly circuit, in- rlll.itnti n rM.aufiflil Mnohr f (ttn -!..!.... 1 .,...( I . 1 .l'lxii, Urocade, Block, Bayadere, Striped, National, Repp. ...111'.. i 4j:n.- - . 1 Tl ' r ' - - f. . " J v - mu uouuiunivak nun ii iwicu ous, us una liven J" I uis cur New and Itruintitul Parisian Plaids, , y f entire Dew designs, ith tlie handsomest and RICHEST VOMUIXXTIOS OF COLORS, luckding ihe gay, grave, rich and elegant. New and Choice. French Jetiuos. The i't&t desirable colo m market, embracing the most -la-MitoiublehhaJd-i which thu Udie.- will rind beautiful liLv.liAXT ItlC'i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 24 December 1853

1 I' AME AND Ii 11 it!.' in; ; I? 1,- I? I- St m 3? 4 'VOL. XXIY. OFFICE No. 11, DEADERICK STREET. z-THlWEEKLY. UNION AND AMERICAN "la furnished iiui)toibicr!bersai the following rates:Siugle copies, one , Year in advance. $2 50j within the jear?.S 00; at the'end ' cf-theyrW Oa Cixbs 01 fins and upwards xz w per1 copf for one year, Club oT subscribers will be re ceived for six months at the foregoing rates. uhe TIU-VEEirLY is published every Tuesday .Thursdsy and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if nuipaia a ,i advance, ?6.- ,ir' DAILY i j published at Eight Dollars. k?-t:ie money f- ll cases to accomtany SURSCRD?TIOS Remittances of subscriptions mat bs ixade by mail .1 onr ;rUk. ! paper will bs sent out of the State unless the order is ao compauied with tho cash. ; ' THE HAZARD POW ,. DER COMPANY, Of Hazard-rille, Connecticut IX.' O.' IIAXAKn, 1-SEs't. A. K. DOUGLASS, SLC'T. "tONTINUE to furnish dun Powder of all their well- "t known brands. Kenluchi RHt. American Swrlmy yndia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 24 December 1853

lailj) Mnioit & iitcricait. IV T9 i. L. XABUSO, E. G. SISTHAX,! I!. C. TUUBBTT, X. U. U CHUKCH. JOHN CO., EDITORS'AND PROPRIETORS. THURSDAYMORNINli 'DEC ' CHRISTMAS. We-'keepcChristtrfar'tola5,,'anil will therefore issue ntjpaper to-morrow. j ' ' f j Our earners "will wait upon our daily subscribers .to-day withithelr santial atldtess.1 '! " ", , THE LEGISLATURE. The Hoase, on Wednesday, adjourned over to Saturday, .and the Senate; on Thursday, adjourned over to Monday. It is not likely that there will be a quorum present in either House before Jfonday week.,. And then the business of the-sesiion will be entered upon in earnests ELECTION' OF U. S. SENATORS BY' THE PEOPLE. The Milledgevillc correspondent f the Columbus Timet, in his letter of the 11th inst. noticing die proceedings in the Senate, says It 13 getting to be a general conviction that the legislature is iucompe tenv to the task of electing high officers. No man ,. who hits witnessed the influences on .such an oc casio...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 24 December 1853

41 , -'is.,;. " 5 i - t ' 4i 4 NASHYILLE; , SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. 21, 1853. Theatre. Jlr. Grieeson's Beeft. To-night Mr. (Jeiersox, Mr. Greene's worthy stage mana ger, takes a benefit. Mr. G. 13 a first-rate actor in liia line, and deserves a full house. As stage-manager, he has labored to give general satisfaction, and we believe has succeeded. The bill for the evening is a good oce consist ing of three good pieces. The Drunkard is a drama of great interest, and has been played elsewhere with great success. It can scarcely fail to draw a 1 . good house to-night," in connection with the other attractions. t5F We lesrc that CapL Davis ha3 sold the steamer Shylock to Cape Eikin for $37,00. 3F We call the attention of our readers to the sale of valuable real estate by A. D. Berrt which . takes place this morning at 11 o'clock. : 1 25?" Those in want of Furniture,- looking Glasses, Toy?, &c, had better attend the sale, ad .. vertised by L. Moses, to-day on College street, as . ever...

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

xMERGHANDISE. STOCK 0? DRY GOODS AT CI C HO L 'Ji C Q R N K R , No, ID. Corner Sjnare and Mxrtd Sir let, NuhnUe, HAS received his new Fail Importations of RICH AND ' ELKO ANT FALL AND WiNTER GOODS, to which he wtos pleasure in lording tba attention of friends and the public, feeling aasured last he can offer a.s great bar gains as can be found in the city, t. IN niCII FATL AN1 WINTER SILKS. Of the latest Pami in ntyjs, -vrhich-are truly elegant, in eluding a beautiful variety of "the richest and handsomest Maid, Brocade, loe, Bayadere, Stripod, National, Repp, and Watered Silks, as has been, in this citv. NVw and ateautitul Parisiau Plaids, Of entire new Uesigns, nitutlie handsomest and KioiiKsr coi uin ation or COLORS, 1 ltK'luilIng ihe gay, gx'e, rich iind elegaot. NuiV aud Ciiuice I'reiicli itferinos. The must desirable colors in tnarfcet, emb:xc:ng the most ' tajVoa!e shades n-hich the ludie will find beautiful. tlbaiAST UlCii OULAlNJiS AJflJ CAS1I- " onihe'tlioicest paUcnwaud m...

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

a y J - J",V .ti , ffl i -g-tJ--'L 8- NASHVnXE, TENNJ TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1853. vol. xxrv. s A ""NJ W T "IT T" TT "H A M jjj RI C A 1 i 4 - If VI - V IT i. UNION AND AjRICAN. 70 FFICE No. 11, DE ADEK1CK STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN I furnished lo' subscribers at (lie following rates: Single copies, one fear in advance. 12 50; within tlie yeartS 00; at the'end of the yesx f 00. Clubs Of fire and upwards ?2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will b re ceived for six months at tlie foregoing rates, be TRI-WEEKLY is published ev-y Tuesday rhursdfj and Saturday, at 45 per annum in ad ranee; if m..paia a advance, ?6. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. 1ST THE MONEY l LL CASES TO ACCOMTANi SUBSCRIPTION Remittances of subscriptions ri be taade by mail A our rixk. paper-will be sent out of the Slate unless the order U ac companied with the cash. THE HAZARD .r v - COMPANY, Of Izard7.o, Conascticut a. n. hahcd, thes't. a. e. norGLAss, sre'r. CONTINUE to furnish Gun Pow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 27 December 1853

fnilgllmau&mericaiu J. U VARLtXfi, K. a EASTMATf, O. C. TOUBtTT, M.C. C CUCIICH. J O H N L. 31 A II L I N &' C O 4 EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TUESdM'IORNINU, DEC. 27, J 853. ,r CAUGI1TA TARTAR! "Senator Clemen?,' of Alabama, was recently in vited tt0 address a very Hard meeting in Philadel phia. Tlie-coramiltee, doublles?, expected to find Iiim cooked ned primed for a furious onslaught up on the administration, and impatient for an oppor tunity to explode, But in this they were s-ad!y ini stakcn. They found, indeed, that they had waked up tho wrong passenger, for Cleme-m, in his letter declining to be present ut the meeting, declares his friendship for the administration, and pays th.it, like nil administrations, it li-v cornmittrtl somo eirors, but that abulia upon it would le in better taste from vhigs than democrats. This is certainly "catching a tartar:" Jerky must expect nothing but hard words from the Hards hereafter. His pio.-pects wiih them have fallen to zero. HEALTH ...

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

X. 1 ... 'ffn ... ' 4ik' mi. : . 4 r NASH VI LLE: TUESDAY .MORNING, DEC. 27, 1853, the panorama: We again rcniinil otir readers that Bayne's Pan orama of a Voyage to Europe will open at Fellows' Hall .o night. There are several citizens of Nashville who have seen this panorama when exhibited elsewhere, and they concur in stating that the newspaper praise is well deserved. They lead us to espect that the panorama will prove to bo much the finest which has ever been exhibited here. NEWS ITEMS. A Mad ScnxK. The Cleveland Democrat says: A sconce occurred on the up night train on tho C, C. & C. Railroad on Fridav. Trliir-li stnrrloil nil r.n board. An insane man stripped himself naked, and began to dance in the ladies' car. The Conductor ' endeavored to secure him; but, at a bonnd, lie leaped from the train, was caught on the cow-trap, got nil without barm, and disappeared in the "woods. A Scrvt -Tho other night a wedding was to come off in Washington City, but was checked up in a mo...

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

4 i - awarnirn n n i m mil i inn i n m j Lt - s MERCHANDISE. Fail an d Was-tea. STOCK 0? DRY GOODS AT NICHOL'S COKXEK, Xo.1. Corner Sjvare ad iljrktt Street, NuhtnUe, HS received nis new Kail Importation of IUC11 AND ELEOANTFALL AM) WINTER GOODS, to which be lakes pleasure in inviting the attention of friend and ttie public, feeling assured that he can offer as great bar gains as cut be found in the city, I! HI C II FALL AND WINTER SILKS. 0; the latest Parisian styles, which are trul.v elegant, in cluding a beautiful variety of the richest and handsomest l'laid. Brocade, Block, Bayadere, Striped, National, Bopp, and Watered Silks, as has been in this city. New and Bcuutiliil 1'nrisiau Plaids, t , Of entire new designs, Mtli the handsomest and j RICHEST CO-tlBINATJON OF COLORS, Including the gay, grave, rich and elegant. Netv uud Choice French Jleriuos. Tho must desirable colors tn market, embracing the most Usaiouablc shades which the ladies will find beautiful. ELGANT RICH DELAINES...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 28 December 1853

V J AMER NASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1853. VOL. XXIV. NO. 185. fkl k HI I b I I I lil ' I W -i i A i r; 1 A iMl VILLA UTUUH i II I jjiibj iiMH MJ,MnM iiihiummt a ' TOION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE No. 11, DE.VREniCK STREET. THE' WEEKLY UNION ASH AMERICAN Is furnished . to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one year in ad ranee. f2 50;. within the yeartS 00; atthe'end of the year it 00. Clcbs Of five and upwards $2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers trill be re ceired for six months at the foregoing rates, he TRI-WEEKLY is published ersry Tuesday rhursdsy and Saturday, at 55 per annum in advance; if da,, paio. a adrance, ?0. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. JTHE MONEY I ILL CASES TO ACCOMPANY SUBSCRIPTI03 ,J Bemittancea of subscriptions nut be l&ade by mail our risk. paper will be Rent out of the State unless the order is ac companied with the cash. THE HAZARD BER COMPANY, Of HaxardvLUe, Connecticut A. 0. HAZICD, rEES'T. A. K. DOUGLASJ, SEC'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 28 December 1853

Mm J. L. 1IAIUJNG, K. 0. EISTVAX, G.C. TOCDKTT, M.C.C. CHUKCIt. ' JOHN L. .11 A It L I K G iz CO., ,..... -.-UDITORS AND PilOFRIETORS: - " WEDNESDAY MORNING, DEC. 28, 1853 c3gf;'The foreign news. iier steamer Pacific, in imr telegraphic column will be foUDil 'interesting. PUBLIC MEETING. We aro requested to give notice, that a public iiieetiuj,' will Lo held this evening at half past 6 o' clock, 1 AL, in the northern room of the Market House, up si.urs, with the view of orgauizing an association for the relief of tbe poor and suffering tA the city. We are gratified to witness th'i3 move ment, and hope to see a very general interest maui loated for its success. The suH'erini? of the poor is yearly increasing in the city, with the rapid multi plication of our people. With tho increase of pop ulation, comes poverty and distress in every shape. Individual euon,1liovever energetic," not sufficient to meet such demands upon humanity. Associated labor ha been attended with the happiest suc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 28 December 1853

X 7 ! 4 NASHVILLE: WEDNESDAYMORNInTj, DEC. '28, 1853. Cotton. There was nothing done in tho cotton market yesterday none offered for sale. TnE Riveit. On yesterday was receding slowly with three feet water on the shoals. Weather cloudy. 5F We notice that Toon & RitTnAxn have a. very large a3 sortment of Book otiitable for Christina. presents. " ' " The Mayor has appointed David IT. IVaue Health Inspector. This is an important position and Mr Ware will fill itacceptably. Steamboats. The i?escwe, from Cincinnati ; Cape May and Cumberland No. 1, from Paducth arrived yesterday. LueUa and Cumberland YaUeyleil for their destinations. The lltucuc, Capt. Dismckes, leaves this evening at 4. o'clock for Cincinnati. ESP Mr. John G. Barkt for a great many vears an employee in this office, and now engaged in publishing a democratic paper at Somerset, Ky., is on a business visit to Nashville. His paper i3 published in a region of Kentucky, which trades largely with Nashville, and havinga fine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 28 December 1853

fife- 5. -TFall and Winter STOCK OF DRY GOODS AT KIOHflli'fiCOSSER, Vo. 15. Gtrner Square and Mtrkti Street, NasheiUe, HAS received his now Fall luiport-itionsof RICH AND KLRt ANT FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which he lakes pleasure in inviting the attention of friends uuil the pub lie, feeling assured that bo tan. offer as great bar gains ni can lie found in (he city, -X. IN IllCII FALL AND WINTER SILKS. Of the latest Parisian st lei, which are truly elegant, in cluding e beautiful variety of the richest and handsomest Plaid, IJrocAle, Blick, Bayadere, Striped, National, Eepp, cud Watered Kilts, as lias been in Ibis city. New and Bountiful Parisian Plaids, Of entire new designs, u ith tlie handsomest and 'BlClIliST COMBINATION OF COLORS, Including ihe gay, grate, ncU and elegant. New and Choice French Merinos. The m.t desirable coia-s in market, embracing tite most asniouable shades which the lauUs Hill find beautiful. ELEGANT RICH DELAINES AND CASH MERES, Of the choicest pattenisaud ...

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