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

" - - - .- r - ; : -s;, j, -p, - - - in ipilKV,- " X i- &L. s- i . 'NASHVILLE MUM -f vMON - AND AM E RITAfr "'!'""" ' 1 - in1 1 "r" T -v S NASHVILLE, TENN: THURSDAY, DECEMBERS VOL. XXIV. NO, 386. nKo : Tv ' J -fc t if- SH". Ik- ft a. 4E p' if 1 UNION AgD AIERICAN. OFFICE-NoTll, DEADERICK STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMER1CAN-Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance. $2 50; within the ycar3 00; atthelend of the year $4 00. Ctcus Of fire and upwards 12 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for sii months at the foregoing rates, he TRI-WEEKLY' is published every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday, atJ5 per annum in advance; if m.. paid .a advance, $6. DAILY U published at Eight Dollars. t-THE MONEY I c KUi CASES TO ACCOMTANi SUBSCRIPTION .- Eemittances of subscriptions mar bs wade by mail our risk. taper wiU be sent out or the State unless the order Is ac companied with the cash. THE HAZARD FOW ' D3SR COMPACT, Of H...

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. — 29 December 1853

KtliY limitirn .?lliyinT5111 ' l.l. WAKUXU, to. KASTMHN, n.C.TOKBETT,B.C.C.CnnaCB. JOHN L.ULI?G & CO., EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. THURSDAY JUORMNG, 1EC. 29, 1853. j T11K LEGISLATURE. - Both lipases were again without a quorum yes terday, and probably will be until Monday or ucsday next making a vacation ot ten or twelve ays for Christmas. 'In the Senate, yesterday, on a call being ordered, the following Senators answered "to their names, viz: Messrs. Bell, Bewlet, Cabrioeb, Davis, Havrox,' Nave', Nelson, Rogers, and the Speaker, Vlr. PoL-a total of nine, while seventeen are-ne-cessary ftr a quorum. , . Tn thethouse, a still greater.comparative deficien cy was vnifest. .TII'dF HON. BROOKINS CAMPBEL!.. ,Cgrnpli announces the death of the Hon. . T , t r. t ; it P.nn tTrn-q !rom the firit Congressional District in Urn State. 3Ir. CAMWiELL has been often a member of the Leg islature and was once Speaker of the House Very fey men possessed more influence in the councils 'of tha State, a...

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. — 29 December 1853

4 NASHVILLE: THURSDAY 3IORNING, DEC. 29, 1853. THE PANORAMA. "We were among the delighted spectators who witnessed the unrolling of the grand and beautiful patforania of a voyage to Europe, for the first time in Nashville, on Tuesday night. The high expec tations we had formed were more than realized. It bby far the mo3t interesting exhibition of the kind we have ever witnessed, and wo "cannot doubt its popularity with the citizens of Nashville. The trip on the Rhine is alone worth a half dozen visits. THEATRE. The Nashville Dramatic Club give an entertain ment to-morrow night, at the Adelphi, which ought : to draw opt the fullest house of the season. The beautiful rtay of Evadne will be performed, in which Miss3vATE Reigxolds ha3 kindly offered her services to the Club. The young gentlemen who compose th? Dramatic Club are well and favorably krtown to all our citizens, and, as the proceeds of the evening arc for the benerit of the House of In dustry, it is tc be hoped that our play...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 29 December 1853

to 7 .2 l i l f MERCHANDISE JPall andintcr ' - MOCK 02 BEY GOODS AT NrCHo'JStfOBNKR, "Ai! received his now Fall Importations of UICU AND JWtifOANTEAjuL AND WESTER GOODS, to wliich hiKMpj4lJS?ioTitiD(r the attention of friends ana rnunUMivad usuredthat.be can offer as great bar- 9?-r- INUCU FXLX. AND WINTER SILKS. Ut tue laUfSl 1 'anauniiYu, wiu we uu.j cauli eluding bitorulTwietjrjbcfrjcIiest and handsomest .Plaii Brocade. Mock. Batidere Striped, National, Repp, ""iind Watered Silks, as haTs-been inxhis city. . Hew mm wauiuai rarniau(i-iuiui, V Of entire new desigus, with theTuadsoinejiand -"IUCHKSr COJl MNATIOrT-OISCOLORS, Including the gay, grave, rich anil elegant. !Vfvir mid Choice French iliciiuos. Tho tnust desinibie colon) in market, embracing tbo most usuionable shades which tlie ladies will find beautiful. ' JiL.ANf UICU DELAINES AND CASU- Ofthe choicest patterns and moat beautiful color, and in cteterv oilier kind of Dry Good j . suitable foe-' HADItiS' nuu CUILDRE.VS WARD...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 30 December 1853

D M WS Eli is s B M w r V 7? -&sj VOL. XXIV. UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE-No. IiTdEADERICIC STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished t to auosaibersai the following rates: Single ccpiea.one j year iu advance. J2 50; within the year8 00; at the end j of the year U 00. Cixra-Or nve ana upwarus- w j per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re- credfarsixrnontbs at the foregoing rates. be TRIWEEKLY is published evsry Tuesday thursdy . and OatUTuaVf al P" "iuuuJ ' i adrar.ee, 6. n t it. A" Jo nublished at Eisbl Dollars. tSTTUE MONEY I LL CASES TO ACCOMTANx SUBSCRIPTION .Jgl R-mittancea or subscriptions nu bs taade by mail a onr list paper will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac companied with the cash. THE IIA&AUB POW DER COMPANY, Of Eazardville, Connecticut. A. 0. IIAXAXO, PHES'r. DOCGLASS, SEC'r. CtONTlNCE to furnih Oun Fwder of all their well- known brand. Kentucky Itlfie, American Spot tiny ja.lian. Rtiit in kegs, half aud Quarter kegs and cann...

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

-Mr , .9 i it mt 1H 9SBB 5Sn ..UUl..:., i Jl. BiSTMAX, O. CTOMMT, K. C. C CHHECH. J OH H L. HAULING Ar CO. EDITORS AND PEOPRlETORS. J'RIDA.Y MORNING, DEC. THE LEGISLATURE. ' Theresa -no quorum present in cither house : y wterdliy. The Senate wit have a quorum thii morning. TENNESSEE HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE. ' v-We have before us the "Reports of the Trustees, Treasurer and Physician of. the Tennessee Hospital For the Insane." The Report of the Superintendent nod Physician, Dr. IV. A. Cheatuam, in particular, Cuutaim much interesting matter, and we do not think we can better fill one of our columns this morning than by giving a synopsis of it. On the 1st of March, 1852, Dr. Cheatham enter- ' ed upon the duties of Superintendent and Physi. ' cin. On the 19 th of April, the patients sixty in number were removed from tLe old to the new buildings, erected under the act of the oth of Feb ruary, 1848. Tlicso building-j are situated six miles from Nashville, near the Murfreesboro turnpike on...

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

NASHVILLE: FRIDAY JIORNINti, DEC. 30, 1853. . NO it AIL. We received scarcely any pagers by the mail of Wednesday night. We are," consequently, without our usual quantity of news matter this morning. "THE ODD FELLOW." We are indebted to the Clerlr of this fine little craft, G. P. Leake, for late Menbpliis papers. The " Odd Fellow " has lately undergone a thorough re pairing at our wharf, and is.'jndw the neatest and snuggest boat of her siee in (the trade. We have travelled on her, and know-that her accommoda tions are first-rate, and her officers clever and atten tive. No boat of herclass in any trade spreads a better table for her passengers. CapL Leake, her commander, is well known as a gentlemanly, skill ful and experienced officer, an J two cheerfully com mend him and the "Odd Fellc-p" to the travelling public. - Til AT -llEXEFTT. Don't forget that to-nigh't the members of the "Nashville Dramatic Club'Vmake their first appear ance at the Adelphi. As the receipts of the even ing...

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

h si r 1 Jem.', mm V MERCHANDISE. Fall and Wiuter STOCK OF DRY GOODS AT NIOHOL'S COnN-Eil, At. 13, drier Siua.ee awl Market Street XiiheiVe, HAS received his uew Fall Importations of RICH AND ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER ROODS, to which b ite pleasure in inviting tho attention or friends and th public, feeling as j ui el that he can offer as great bur guns ns cjn b tou id in the citv, , tw iitmr ., "r I wi'i n'Ttiin?i pit irp I & in lilUtl A yV.l U IT llJt ;,1AJII.. I 1 . Of the latest Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, in cluding a beautiful variety of the richest ami handi-omest ! - PLud, Unicode, Block, Bayadere, Striped, National, JJepp, j ." uJ Watered Silks, a has been in this city. , Xt-w and Ilea itiful Parisian Plaids, ' Of entire new (lea gns. il'u the handsomest and I , . IMVlilUlU fl ' t' 1 ...... ...ill .......-ll. w- ' ' XdtV aud Choice French Mcrinox. , T ha DKt desirable color in utai ket, embracing the roost - aauhuablsthadeswhicutl:e ladies will find beautifu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 31 December 1853

JL W 1 m py m v m mama ma 1? 3 "1 . 'f if.' . w i sf ( (A 4 a" W it sssniasisi; 4 v vol. xxiv. " " 'SI ?"";. : UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE No ; THE WEEKLY CMOS AND AMERICAN Is furnished ; t enlr-Wie at the following rates: Single cop'es,ons . year in advance. f2 SO; within the year fS '00; at the end of the year ti 00. Cuns Of fire and upwards $2 00 per cony for one year. Clubs of subscribers will bens- cSveJ for six months at the foregoing rales. ' he TR "-WEEKLY i published every Tuesday !ursd: 5nr!ir nt S.'i tier annum it, advance: if ni. pato n 1 adrimee f6 aar ... . . ,,MsM, i OAlLYigpnbhatBgh Oollar jgjr-THE MONEY X" LI. CASES TO ACCOSTTAM. SUB3CRIITI05 . Rmiltauce or subscriptions mA bo liade by mail i our ( risk. paper will bs aent out of the State unless the order U ac- t compsnied with the cash. ' I THE HASAHB" FOW- 1 Or Haiardvills, Csaaecticai A. O. HAEAED. PCia't. E- POCOLASS, sect. rlOSTIVCEto funii'h Gun Powder of all their we ell- iny jndim Biflt in kegs, half and oua...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 31 December 1853

f ..'II. 4 -lel t :t't I t - wyv-v - ..- -- z--r -.--' TTatuM3, c.o.L.ui'ta.t, o. c. ioublit, ji. c c. nicucc. i . - II N Jj MAULING Ai CO. MOTORS ANU r-KOPBIKTORS. tUDAY,-MORNING, DEC. 31, 1853; 4 P XIST TENNESSEE AND GEORGIA RAILROAD. ai; iioticine the fact, a fer day-! since, that Gov saost hail issued liondj to the liast Tennessee and gia Ilailroad Company, we intended referring result, rather than to the atgutnents and opiu WTiich had led to that result. Wo are not euf- litlv familiar with the facts to enter into a dis- on of the propriety of Gov. CA.vrwa.is course fusini' the bonds of the Statu to that road. We that, when the company applied to Gov. su.v, lie issued them, alter bavin;; himself ughly investigated the matter, and after hav ceeTved from the Attorney General, a writ pinion advising theirissuance; and, as Governor Jvson was denounced during the late canvass as iitterly hostile to internal improvement! that lie fid not bo trusted fairlv to execute the law. we jrred,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 31 December 1853

Her'"" " " a -- ' 1 ly IT- r - 4 XT f IT mm NASHVILLE:. SATURDAY JUORNINt.', PEC. 31, 1853. MIL BERNARDS 0?ERA. The Gazette speaks in terms of high praise of the Opera by Bersard and Hf?.", litely performed at the Adelphi Theatre. We doubt not that this praise is well deserved. We were unable to be present, but knowing the capacities of thelaiithors, we are sure that notliing common-place wluld come from them. There are few actors in his lne who arc the equal of Bernard. In some parts, we have never seen hii 'equal; and our theatre-go re all hope that he likes Nashville well enough to make it his perma nent home. i THE BARKER FAMILY. This troupe of Singers, wild make their first ap pearance in this city at thejTheatre, on Tnesday night, are. highly spoken of by the press elsewhere. "We copy the following froin the Akron (Ohio) Standard: The Barkei: Family gave a Concert hero on lionday evening. They had a large and apprecia tive audience at Union HalL They are vocalists of the first...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 31 December 1853

MERCHANDISE. , Fall- ami Winter ' w r0CK 0? 3EY GOODS 'i A T 71 CHUL'S COi.fl KB, -r" V'ASi received hU new Fail lruportatioiif RICH AND X xiLEUANT FALL AND WINTER GOUUS, to which Aes uleswru in turmbc tbC--U--i:oiiO- friends aud JVbJlc, feeling assut . i Ulat luTcaii offtc as great bar- ! .Vctii belouud lu the city. - IN lilCtl FAU AND WINTE.t SILKS. Of iflel itcw Pai?iu tuyiea, which arcs traiv elegant, in- i ttSnij: a' beautiful variety of the richest utid liaridsomc-t 1., . 1 . l.-i., . . .. l...r !..- UlpJnJ . i .... ..1 D .f J-V uad -icaatilul i'arisinti Plaids. j Ol'&itlrenevr deg9 uitti tlitjiixndsuniet and iticm:sr coitiNATio of colors, ft lacl-dic,? die ga., grave, neli ubd elegant. ' New auil -iioi French iileiinos. t The iml desirable color in market, er-braci-g- the most .suiorMble naoe- ..vniciitne lame w.H nn ties uium. jLcliASl' lUCtl DHL. VINES AND CAS1J- ,- -! - .MERES, i Of ih cb jicest pattern --j mma t.eautift.1 colors, and in liet every l!ier kind of Urv Go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 1 January 1854

NO, ,19. I "k f Ml mi- UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished :rs at the followirij rates: Single copies, one .nee. t2 SO; within the year $3 00; at the end :t CO. Cunts Of five and upwards 52 00 t osa year. Clubs of subscribers will be re- mouths at the foregoing rates. iY is published every Tuesday fhuradny at $5 per annum in advance if n.j,aia a 4.U.T 11 published at Kirlit Dollars. -JiPi-EY I Lli CASES TO ACCOMTASl vr!)fOTTl0X Ujtem$ fJiubscriptioaa mm bs isaJo by mail al our &41Uc sent oat of the Stale unless the order is so- d with the cash. 'M'r HAZARD POW- COMPANY, vi narsravuto, uonnrjcticat. -rE!ai. A. E. DOUGLASS. SECT. furnish Gun Powder of all tlieir well- ""VI' ri brand", Kentucky Rifle, American. Sporting ?mu Ucgs, lialf and .quarter kegs and cannWters At id each. Also, a full iworrmetit of Powder for IlliASTIIVtt AND MINING Be reputation'of their (Sun Powder !s)too' well ture comment. All orders prompt ly ni leu at North-sast corner of the Square. S. H. LOO.VJS, Ag't fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 1 January 1854

vV. 96, If '1 7 .IKAl fj. mtlUNC, tat, .MSTMAX. iCtiOPBcrr, c. ix cucece. JOHN I. . mIvJU. I I N G to CO.' KDIT0R.1 ASB rCUrRIKTORS. f-jl alalJVA aVlllVil 111 la iJAllUiUkl J UVftlX' X r aTV 1 XT T X7 1 T t CIT V 1 1854. (Q3 SCO first Daily. - - -T V HAPPY NEW YEAR.-, ' We'tendgr the complimeuts of QJeseaspn.to our, j readari aifd frienda. Their generous encourage- nent-baa "prospered us during (the last year. In hanking them for this, -we "pledge ourselves to an i effort still better to descrvctheir "kindness in the I future. " TO ADVERTISERS.. AVc remind the business public of Nashville that the best method which they can adopt to draw bus iness to "fashyiUe- is by a system of liberal adver t ssnjj; and, in this connection, -we suggest to them, the advantages of advertising' in -the Union and American. The circulation of the different editions of our paper in Davidson county is greater thnn that of y other paper. Jn addition to this, our tri week'y paper, in which all advertisemen...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 1 January 1854

sL Ml v.. y ft 0" 1 lV HYILLE: ONDAY MORNLNG, JANUARY 1, 1854. LEGISLATURE. iNo quorum m either branch yesterday. We have had-to record a nine days .recces, at a coat to the State of C00peraay. Luckily the State is rich. DR. DEWEYS LECTURES ON THE PROBLEM OF HUMAN DESTINY. Dr. Dewet is esteemed by the most competent as one of the most profound and original iters of -this country. The subject of the lec- tares which lie is soon to deliver in our city is a great one one which has engaged the earnest thought of the best men of the world, and we re- joice athavingan opportunity ofhearing it discussed -by one so perfectly familar with science and of such profound acquaintance with Nature. Wo have read Dr. D.'s published productions with pleasure , . ana wouiu mier irom them that these Lectures will be comprehended by every attentive hearer. Wo ' predict a very fuU attendance, and tender our ' thanks to the gentlemen who solicited Dr. Dewev to deliver these Lectures in Nashville at their ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 1 January 1854

IS. A .4 it f HI ij 1 i MERCHANDISE. JFail asid Winter STOCK OF BEY GO0D3 AT NICHOL'B CORNER, V.13. Corner Square and Mirht Street, XvJinlU, HAS received his new Fall Importations ofRICH AND ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER GOOD:?, 1 which he wks pleasure in inviting Cue attention of friends and ' the puo lie, leelmg assured urn ue can oner as great uar .raui as cm be found in tbe city, . IX RICH FALL AND WIJiTKR SILKS, j Of tno latest Parisian style, which are truly elegant, in cluding n beautiful variety of the richest and handsomest j Plaid, Brocade, Block, Bayadere, Striped. National, Repp, ( aud Watered Silks, as has been in this city. ', New and Beautiful Parisian Plaid, Uf enure new design, u itli tbe handsomest and RICHJSl-T CUMiJLVATlON OF COLORS, lncludiugthegay, glare, rich and elegant. .few uutl Cnoicn French Mctiuos.. The most durable colon tn market, embracing the nxt asuionable shades which the ladies will find beautiful. ELt-GANT RICH DELAINES AND CASH MERES, Of the choicest ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 3 January 1854

YOL. XXIV., NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1851. NQ. 190, saoa If ft. Sua-. 4 "v-5v- Aw 4 ao'stii If . -. Al at V UNION AND AMERICAN. J Ol'l'ICiJ No. 1 1,1E ADERICK STREET. THE AYEEKLY UNION AH) AMERICAN Is furnished ' to subscriber at the following rales: Sugle copies, olie rear in advance. $2 50; within the yearS 00; at the end of the year ?4 00. Cums Of lire and upwards 12 00 per copy fof one year. Clubs of subscribers tv ill be re ceived for six month s at the foregoing rates, te TRI-AVEEKLY is published every Tuesday rbureday and Saturday, nt $5 par annum In advance; if m,ipjio. a advance, ?5. DAILY is published al Elgtit Dollars. j-THE ilO.N'EY I " ALL CASES TO ACCOMTA1JV snuscnii'Tioa s --Remittancesi'or subscriptions ma? bo uwdo by mail al our risk. jner will be sent out of the Stale unless the order Is nc- companied with the cash. THE HAZARD POvV S)ES COMPAHY, Of H&zardville, Coaaocticnt. A. (1. HAZARD, rEIN'T. A. E. DOFRLAS3, SEC'T. CONTEsUE to furnish Gun rwder ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 3 January 1854

C.tVTOXBKTT, M. C.C.CUtTRCn.S v JOHN L. U A R LI X G Ar CO. EDIT0K3 AXD PROPRIETORS.' - TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3, 1854. VISIT TO MRS. POLK. The members of the 'Legislature yesterday, Rt 12 o'clock, called .upon Mrs. James K. I'oi.k, at , lie r residence in this city, and were received with i hat courtesy, grace, andlio'pitality for which this excellent lady is so.distinguisbed. THE" LEGISLATURE. 'I lie Senate did a stout day's work yesterday, us will be seen by referriujj to the report, ifore bu?i-ne-ifi was accomplished than has been done in any two preceding days during the session. The nominations of the Oovernor, for Inspectors ot the Penitentiary, after ineffectual motions to ad journ and to lay on the table, were confirmed with i;re.at unanimity. opposition was made to the eviiiirmation of Mr. Sloan. Tour Senators voted iiu'.tui.ot the con6rmation of Mr. Anient, and one u-.-tii.-il Mr. Smith. The Houe, evidently, hail not quite got over the holiday.-. TUB DAILY GAZETTE. Jams...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 3 January 1854

7? NASHYI LLE: NEW BOOKS. AUCTION SALE. HATS! II ATS f! MISCELLANEOUS. wr 1 3M i S (V i r '-.V,. X TUESDAY MORNING, JAN. 3, 1854. Jgf" The rivens risingslowly withstillthreefeet on the shoals. JTEMS. The case of the Bank of Mobi'e r. Joa. J. An drews long pending in "Memphis, has been decided in favor of the defendant It involves $22.0o6. Since September 1st, there have been exported to Europe alone, from this country, 1,100,000 bar rels of flour; 4.750,000 bushels wheat; and G50, 000 bushels corn. The total number of persons arrested in Cincin nati .'or engaging in the riot Christmas night, is sixty-three all of whom liavo been released upon bail, save eighteen. A book lias been published in England, by Dr. Stoweix, in which he undertakes to prove that "the forbidden fruit" was the tobacco plant 1 "Put that ia your pipe and smoko it." An engineer, by the name of Keciss, proposes a plan, in the Jlailway Times, for a road over which the cars can be propelled, from the Atlantic to the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 3 January 1854

s m AtEKCIIANDlSJS. STOCK Of DRY GOODS AT SlOflOU'SCyRXKK. Oi tile ..'test I'ar.sitii tJylei, which x.v tr.ily elegant, in fthidms a bcmliful tarioly tf lho richtt anil lrand.-oniest 1'Uid, tlruiii'l..'. li'jjlc, Uav-itdere, S'.rijKi l, Xatioual, Ke aaj Watcivi Si!k, a"j lu. been in th:, c:tr. ItrWHtrJ. Jtcantiliii I'ltri-iaa J'liiid, Ofculircarw ui;snN vulhthehunjvniestaiid KlOItii-sV CUJIBINATJOW OV COI.OKS, liiciuOiu the gay, (;ni?, ruU-Ud t !eatii. SCV na. Clioicc t'renoh 3Iciins. The ui wi .icimon; cuiorii in tum-ker, eiu tracing the mof t eluiUOii tile itii'h llrcciic. t'.ihn'ere Siiawla. JliUKMWi (;OODFA1jIi K1MS, I "Of tlnill..ii6., AipocdCtilolhvtJaut'raflllackde'lMitic, J (irciiidiiij, jbjgiuiiyMft (ilatr,, Clirn:iuit f lLiijd;i-i:l!-,i H. and etn ltiin;'cl-' M-.ttuble t'r a . . r.Auy s ra-ju'jtruft'u v. .vJiiiiOiJj:. Aho.i bi-.iuiitiii Turwiy of liAK'li GOODS, , Htfmt"i, VaL-misono, anl Seodle-oi'K Collars; Rich C-iiihrtt-.t.iewinifc4 suA .Sleeve-; linstwJaopDet and iil.u...

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