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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 27 January 1854

35 v ... m NASHVILLE, TENN: FKIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1854. VOL. XXIV. VJJOli til' LfTn 1 1 1 t " i -fiiUTi ii ii .r.iin i mi i in . . ON' AM) A M E-M.illf t r it . a: T!TISTIONANi)AlMERIOAN. OI'FICU-iYo. 1I,IEADER1CK STREET. I VIBE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN UTurnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance.. J2 50; jvHhinihoyearf3 JD0; atthe'end j j.ti, the yeu- 4 00. Cure Of fi vV and upward $2 00 per copy for one Tear. Clubs of subscribers will be re- j ceived tor Six monuis ai me lureguuig aica. be TRI-WEEKLY in published every Tuesday rbursdp j .Hand Saturday, t 5 per annum in advance; if nt...ala a advance, 6. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. SSTTHE MOSEY I LL CASES TO ACCOJiFANi , SUBSCRIPTION USi t , ..,v.s Btmittanccs of subscriptions ma? ba wade br mail aljonr ji, . risk. - jiaperwillbesenteutof the SUteunlesstheorderfaac- - -xompanied with tho cash. ,, - . GEORGE W. COOK, ATTORNEY AT LA W AND LAUD AGENT. - AVoco Village, Tcxas.- W ILL atte...

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. — 27 January 1854

" 1 J. L. MittUXQ, X. a EASTMAN, O. C. TOkBKVT, K. CC. CUCECH. JOHN L. MAUtlNG & CO., EDITORS AND 'PROPRIETORS. '"TUESDAY" MORNING, JAN. 27, 1854. Hf--- i ...... ..... t , , THE STATE PENITENTIARY. --During tlicpresent session of the Legislature, two "jery important bills have been introduced into the relative to the State Penitentiary. An ab . ftractof one of these bills the one introduced by "llri.'FjiBQcnABSOK wo have already published,and , j.er readers are, therefore, familiar with its nature mid merits. The other bill was introduced by the iljle Senator from Robertson, Montgomery and te,ivart, Mr. Bobertsok, and tho character and im portance ofits provisions make it highly proper that 'tne people of the State should understand themcor l ectly. We therefore give below a brief abstract of - the -various sections of the bill, with the remark that iaothcr States tho policy of leasing tha State Pris- r.oOi under proper restrictions and regulations,, has, according to reliable a...

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. — 27 January 1854

m ,J I ; '-rnipAY morning, jan. 27, issii i Jeter Bains, it Pours,'' is an old sayingtvell illustrated by the present state of the weather. 2?6fWith5tanding the river here is overflowing its banks and the backwaters very high, the fall of w'ater in this vicinity, daring the last twenty-four hour's, Has been constant and heavy. During the entire day-yesterday "the windows of heaven were -opened" and eachraan's house was his prison. 'Few violated the "prison bounds," and such 3 did -were i punished instantor, by a thorough wetting. What, with'high water and still higher coal the sufferings -of the people of Nashville at this present writing aro intolerable. U.JJENEFIT ofjvih. u eaves. Uur readers will re- member that Mr.DEAVE3 takes a benefit to-night; on the occasion of which several new features' will be added to tlie programme for the evening. Among the novelties we. notice- the Hippodrome, Damon and Pythias, the Scotch Giant and Giantess, will be introduced. We hopo there will be ...

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. — 27 January 1854

Miscellaneous. " 'VxISSOtnTION. TJIKCO-i-AU-ixVERsIIll L liervtolbr existing unaer the name aud Btyl of f LlNDE, ILS1IACH & CO., was this day dissolved by tnu 'toil consent, by the withdrawal ofil. Etsbach. The busi ness will be continued 1d future by the remaining torn era, under the sty Is ol LAS DB A ELSBACU, who wilt liquidate ' amiabilities ot the old iirm. A. ANDE, . , . . M..LSBACU. Nashville. Jan. 4,1334. D - LSBACli. , V. 8. AU persons indebted to tbe Ute lir.u we request ed to call aud make immediate payment to LANDE A ELS1UCH, No. 48 end 50 Market gt. t jriA.HU. THANKFUL TO Jtt F1UENDS J -.and the public for, tbo liberal patronage heretofore be stowed on the lale firm, Iiespectfully soRcit the same for - xny.eucce&sors jn business. janf , M. ELSBAC1L "VXTE HESPECTFULLYinlormourfriendaand the V V public that we hare now oa hand a large and well ., assorted stock' of Fur, Silk aftd Soft Hats; Men's and Boys' Unssimere Hats; Childtens' Fancy llala and Caps; Men' and ...

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. — 28 January 1854

- . -------s-MiHsr s&zxsx-- -z AMER fe mml mid vol. xxrv. U? i' NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1851. WOl t r 4Mt" IHIIH . ,,.!! -III! -IHH-i XJJ-J l j III1IIMHMM I TZZL 1 " ' IHIIIIHIMIIllrQf 1 L I II I I 1 1 J .. " r ; UNION AND AMERICAN. OF KICK Wo. 11, DEADERIOIT. STREET. THE WEEKLY UX.fliXAXD AMERICAN Is furnished lo subscribers al the foliating rates: Single copies, one year in advance. f2 30; within the ycarS 00; attheend of the year il 00. Clubs Of fire and upwards t- 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 "hursdny and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if nu joia a advance, !fl. DAILY if published st Eight Dollars. I33-THE M0XEYI-' LL CASES TO ACCOilTAN SUBSCRIPTION Remittances of subscriptions rcav be uade by mallei our risk. . paper will be sent out of the State unless the order U ac compsuicd with the c-isb. GEORGE W. COOK, ATT0HWEY AT LA W AND 1ASDAGEK...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 28 January 1854

! i. U KUU.1XQ, t G.KASTHAX, B.C. TOKBCTT, U. C. C. CHURCH JOHN I" MARLING & CO., EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. - Saturday morning, jan. 28, m4. THE LAW REFORM BILL. The billf' to abridge-nod simplify the pleading?, wteU'ce. andVoteedingsm the courts of justice in -.ilia State?' passed the Senate yesterday very near ly m the shape in which it was introduced in uiai irbr Mr. Bell and in the House by Mr. Bcford. Aj'a similar bill passed the House at the session of 1349-50 and again in lS&l-Z, nope were a uo j. .nbt of ita passage this session. The measure, as up readers know, is one for which we have long and earnestly contended, and we hail the prospect Mf its final consummation with more pleasure man we can well express. That the people are lor it, there ia not the shadow of a doubt iftaSSIDEXT PIERCE'S proclamatiox against FILIBUSTERING. - W ,MIJ,piI tli other dav. President Pierce's Proclamation against the filibustering expeditions that have recently been fitted out in Califor...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 28 January 1854

V N"AS-H'V ILLE: SATURDAY MORNING, JAN. 28, 1854.. 1ST Rev, F. A. Ross, D. D., aud A-ILDasheill will preach in the Third Presliyteri.m Church, (for merly the old Christian Church) on to-morrow, Sun day, the 29th inst Dr. Dewey's Lixtitees. Wo liave been informed that Dr. De-vet will reach this city by the 1st of February, and will deliver his first lecture of a ries of twelve on the Problem of Human Desti- on "Thursday, the second. The lectures will then be continued (-very Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evening in the order indicated in the printed programme. Tickets may be had at the book-store of W. T. Beery: & Co., at the following prices Ticket?, admitting lady and gentleman, $5; single person $3 ; Tickets to Fingle lecture 50c Tobacco Masltactoky. Mcsselsuk fc Mere nrrn, on College street, near Uroad, are manufactu ring several brands of very superior tobacco equal to any from the Virginia Manufactories. Their to bacco is free from the drugs and impurities usually employe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 28 January 1854

6433 ?433 ! If. It PROPOSALS FOU CARRYING THE MAILS. nKOPOSAtS for carry'os '0 m"5 of lh? Vott State ffrti twIrtUyr JolyTlBiJ.. to tbeSmb jl.y or June. in thK Stale of Tennessee, will ba received Lithe Contrael OSee or the Post Officii llepaitroenl, in the City or Washington, until Ssmof lOlh April, 1834. (to be decided by the 30 h April,, 1831,) ou the route and lu the time herein speciueu. PIW FromSuhrtile,bMimkeT'iCreek.TreeFpTln;, Mulloya, Mltebelsville, Franklin, Ky.t an, i Wood barorta Bowling Green, 61 nilletand back, every other dy. Jtaave NasavlUe every other day at 7 p m ; Arrive at Bowling Green next day by C a ra ; Leave Bowling Green every other day at 2 am: Arrive at Nashville by 12 in. Mil From Kashyllle'.byPleasant Heterat, Henderspnvllle, " Battndersvllle. Gallatin, Omen wood, Uanna'a, Rock House, Ky., SeoitiVllla, -Cedar Spring, and Pagevllle, to. Glasgow, 8 miles and back, every other day, . Leave Nashville every other day at 7 p ro ; Arrive at Gwjzow'iiext day by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 29 January 1854

liin'uiui'iii'iiMi mi null t a imm iniimi imi iiMmwmwmm"mm'mmm',m'"',"m,W"""""''''mwwmmmi a ,i J.J VOL. XXIV. NASHVILLE, TENN: SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1854. t. UNIQN AND AMERICAN. OFFICE No. 11, DEADERICK STREET. rXHE WEEKLY UNION.AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Stogie copies, one -.rfeyexr in advance. (2 0; within the .year $3 00; at tbecnd ocof tie year.Cl 00. 'Ctccs Of five end upwards J2 ,00 per .copy for one year. Clubs pf subscribers will be re fcweaived for six months, at the foregoing rates. fce TRf-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday Xhursdsy -"and Saturday; at f5 per annum in'advance; if ,ntii paid a tod vance; ?(!. ' ' ' . ' DAILY" is published at Eight Dollars. , tS-tllU MONEY I UlL CASES TO ACCOHFAXi SUBSORIPTIOS .JES Keniittances'of subscriptions mar bo isade by mail ai our iwriskT' - ""paf er will be sent out nf the State unless the order Is ao j "'coTEpinied with the cash.- I GEORGE W. COOK, ATT0BKEY AT.LA.W AND lAUD AGENT. l.. - i ,., )) o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 29 January 1854

J. U XABUXO, . C EABTUA!., Q. C. TORDETT, H.C.C. CBnCB. 5!4 .' ' r ,7- " -- 3 OnH J. MAULING & CO., .Of- .'EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. SUNDAY MORNING, JAN. 29, 18S4. r THE SOUTH PAYS THE PIPER. -SuSlS? Richmond Examiner condenses from the list report of the Eegister of the Treasury, of the commerce and navigation of. the United States, fig- urt'and facta which show that the commerce of ""Jhejcoanlry b mainly dependent upon the produc tions of southern labor for its maintenance and ac- .tivitr. Wo use some of tho facts thus condensed below: . During tho year ending Juno 30th, . " J1852, the six Kew England States, f "together with New YorkNew Jcr "ieV' and' Pennsylvania, import! m goods, &c, to the amount of $152,539,7-17 And thev exDorted'soo&s. &c to the amount of Leavine an excess of imports over ,VeW,. of $09,870,055; or Vri "other word?, those nine States imported sixty ilinTjhittions eight hundred and seventy thousand and fly'five ofoffaM-more'than they exported. J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 29 January 1854

'-'wwwiiuwwpwmiiu, ij.'. - upmi)j.ii.jii.....u ..juww ..... .li... ,. . , ti m , j f -,- "Smi glpj0 r ; i 1 i f iydHi. NASHVILLE: -'t SUNDAY MORNING, JAN. 29, 1854. J Rev, ilr. Pekqu8os will preach at the Christian Church this morning at the usual hour.. '"''' ' ' " " "THEJEOLTANS." We are sure that such of our citizens as aro fond of innocent amusements will be delighted to learn that this truly excellent band remains with us du ring the present week. "The inclement weather has prevented many from attending their -concert .who will be glad of another opportunity to see them. To-morrow night they will giro one of their best entertainment1), and we expect to see the occasion, graced with a large and fashionable audience.- . - FRESH OYSTERS, "We are indebted to Mr. H. L. TJ-vis, of Bell's JJxcbange, for a can of fine fresh Oysters "done up" in ice. Epicures will find a large supply of "the same sort" at the Exchange. Batxe's Votace to Enitor It will be seen that this beautiful work of...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 29 January 1854

Hill 4 I -4 P: ! MM IK "if-; 1 ?1 to -t t 1V tu MISCELLANEOUS. TS 1SSO L OTION THE CO A Hi NERSniP 'L' heretofore existing under the name and style of LAXDE.TLSBACH A CO., was this day dbsolved by ma Jual'cb'niUnlJly theVithdrawal dM. Elsbaeh. The busi ng will be continued in future by the xemaining pamers, vnder thestyleflt LANDEAEl33ACH,who will liquidate ill liabilities of the old'firixi. - ' A. lANDK, . .. M.rLSBACH, KaahVaie. "Jan. 4.1B31. ; D XSBAOH. i- r,S, AU persons Indebted to lie late fir,n are request ed u call and make immediate payment to' LAKDE&EIBACH,Nps.and50JIarketst CARD. THANKFUL TO JI FJUENDS and the public for tbe liberal patronage heretofore be stowed, on tbe late firm",-! rcspectlully solicit the same for my successors in uusinom. "jahi'j JL. ELSBACH. "TTTTE RESPECTFULLY Inform our friends and tbe V V public that wc have now on hand a Urge and well assorted stock Of Fur, Silk and Soft liatsj Men's and Boys Gassimere HaU; Cbildrens' Fancy Uats and Caps; Jl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 31 January 1854

-riPr- - - VOL. XXIV. NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY, JANUARY 1854- w m &v m m r pa i m a m i m j m w . , - m . r . .. a, w m i , ,. . w 4- r A: UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE No. 11, DEADEUICK" STREET. THE WEEKLY5 imONANIlCAMERICAN la furnished , .m!oiubscriiterstt-tLe.folloU-ing . rates t Siiigle'copiesj one year in advance, il 50j within tho year $3 OOjIit Ihe'cnd .ihoiiUw year H 00. Ciuas-Ulf live and upwards ?2 00 cper cop for one year. Gluli of subscribers will be re vcre4 tbr.Ni moalhs t tho forcgoiny rates. It be TRl-WEEltLY is pubiiidied every TnWUy 'huridi.j anil Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if W patu a I -advance, ?S. i mU.Yi published af EightMl&rs. i-THE MONEY! VI,L CASES TO ACCOMI"AN SUBSCRIPTIOM .JSL --,.-Remittances of subscriptions mas ba uade by mail .t our 'rid:. '"paper will be 'sent out of the Shite unless the order li ac companied with the cash. ' ' 1 " 1 1 :k(i:e iv. cook, att oh key at la w and la iv i) agent. Voco Village, Tcins. WILL attend to the co...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 31 January 1854

1. j j JliEUXG, E. Q. XASTHAX, O. C. TORBITT, X. 0. a (SICSCV. JOHN L. MAULING & CO. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. 'TUESDAY MORNING, JAN. 31, 1854. THE NEW BEGIMENT.BILL. The following are the principal provisions of the "bill in?rS3uced4n.the Senate by Gen. Shields, for 'the increase of the army and the establishment of a retired list. ' 4l6t The establishment of three new regiments ona cavalry and two infantry in all, say 2,000 men. 2d. The increase of some of .the companies from "43 to Gi privates in all, Fay 500 men. 3d. The increase of the pay of soldiers from S7 to $10 a- month two dollars a month to bo Added forre-enlislment, after 5 years honorable service. -'4Ui; The'establishment of a retired list of officers, with lull pay and service rations. ' ' NEW PAPER. Mfssrs, J. F. DAKronrn and L, N. Fobd have established a new paper at ChatUnooKa, under the title of the" Cluitlanooja Journal" It is neutral in politics, and the first number gives good promise. "Wc wish them success....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 31 January 1854

NASHVILLE: TUESDAY 3IORNING, JAN. 31, 1851. DISTRESSING OCCURRENCE DEATH OF GENERAL '. Ji HOWARD. 1 "TVe learned, with very great pain, thatGe.. E. . Howard, of Clarksville, committed suicide on San day night last. We have not the particulars of this distressing occurrence, and refrain from any com ments upon it Gen. IIovard was a man of wealth, and has long occupied a very high position in the .rriercantile world. His untimely death will be widely lamented, for his pure and generous charac ter had wen for him a host of devoted friends. .. ., ODD FELLOWS' HALL TO-NIGHT. The attraction at Odd Fellows' Hall to-night con sists of a combination between the ''Swiss Bell ." Ringers" and the splendid panorama of a "Voyage to Europe." Such a combination cannot fail ,to ''draw- a full house. Of the Panorama it is scarcely necessary that we should speak at any length. Its 'merits are very decided, and are duly appreciated , by our citizen?. The music of the "Bell Ringers" is certainly as beau...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 31 January 1854

raorosALs fou oaruyctg the mails. PROPOSALS for carrying the malls or the Un'.ted State from the lit day of July, 1334, to the 30tn day of Jui.e. 1833, Inclusive, ln'lhe Bum of Tennessee, wlllbsTecelved al the Contract OrBce of. tie Pot ufflcn Department, tu City of Washington, until 9 tu of loth April, IH54, (to be decided by ibe 30ih April, 1W4,) ou tho routes and ui tha timet Wertln specified. SW) From, itashriil, by-MaCsker' Creek, Tyree Sprines. .Uulmy',.?ditcheUvIlle, Franklin, Ky.,nud Wood buru, toJJowllnj Ureeu,04 alia uivi back, every - ewer day. , . Loire Wasavlllo every other day ttTpm; .Arrive at BowlltM: Green.tex sUy by 0 a ra; " " Leavo Jiowllng Green every other day at 2 am: ' ' Arrive at Nasuville by 12 m. 8151 'FroraKashville.byPieaiantir.eterat.Her.dersoavllIe, SaundersTllla. Gallatin, oreenwovd, llanua', Koct Houee, Ky., Scoit, villa, Cedar riprinj, and Paeevllle.to Ulasjow, 85 miles fend back, every other day. Leave shville every other day at . pm; Arrive at G,a...

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

- N A Sll I VOL. XXIV. NASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1854. NO. 211. UNION AND AMERICAN. v. OFFICE No. 11, DEADERICK. STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers si' the following rates: Single copies, one . , year in advance. 2 50; within the year f 3 00; at the end of the year $4 00. Clcim Of five and upwards $2 00 . per. copy fot- one year. Clubs or subscribers will be re , ceived for six months at the foregoing rates, be TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhursdiy and Saturday, at t5 per annum in advance; if not poia a advance, (6. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. 5"TTHE MONEY I U.L OASES TO ACCOMTANi SUBSCRIPTIOS .CgI Remittances of subscriptions mar bo nade by mail J our risk. paper will be sent out of the State unless the order Is ec- companied with the cash. GEORGE w. cooir, ATT0BKEY ATLAW AND LAND AGENT. Woco Village, Texas. WILL attend to the collection oi debts, and the investi gation and perfecting of land titles in Texas: INFERENCES...

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

If i, U MAXUXri, E. O. KASTXAX, o. C. TOMtTT, M. C. C. CHUUCU. V J OILS L. MAULING & CO. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. WEDNESDAY 3IORNING, FEB. I, 1831. THE "BLUFF CITV HANK." ;There is a charter now rending before the Lcgi alaturofor the incorporation of a new bank .at Mem ping under the name of the "Bluff City Bank." "We are not, it is well known, bank men, but it affords , us pleasure to comply with the request of a friend in copying the following article in reference to this charter from the Jletrjphis Wiig: Memphis and her Basks. The contracted mon ied facilities of Memphis is a theme upon which much' has been said and written, and complaints up on this same score may, perchance, fall upon the car of the unobservantand disinterested, with all -'ihe'monotony of a thrice told tale. So little, how ever, has been hitherto done towards an alleviation fofj the evils under which our citizens of all classes have labored, for 1! these many years, that we ap prehend the Legislature will n...

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

N AS HVI LLE: 'WEDNESDAY MORNING, FED. 1, 1851 S5F" Wo inform our correspondent "Broadway" that there is but one whig Governor now in the "United States Gov. Washbukx, of Massachusetts. The relative standing of narties in Congress is follows: In the Senate; democrats 37, whiga 26, freesoilm2, with 3 vacancies. In the House: denv ocrats 159, whigs 71, freesoilers 4. REMEMBER That the proceeds of to-night's concert, at the Adelphi, are for the benefit of the suffering poor of the city, a very large dassjust at this time. Their sufferings are very great, and it is the duty of ev- . ery feeling man to contribute to their relief. We hope our citizen?, then, will fill the Adelphi to-night, and while they relieve want their own onjoyment cannot fail to be great. The programme is a very fine one, and promises much amusement. The Panorama and the Swiss Bell Ringers. The doable attraction at Odd Fellows Hall last night served to fill the hall to overflowing. There 13 a witching sweetnees in t...

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

r I 1 MISCELLANEOUS. npISSOIitJTION THE COJa ky .V I 'RsII IP ; yj heretofore existing under the natue and stvle of LANDE, "ELSBACU 4 CO., was this day dissolved by piu Vial conseut, by withdrawal ofM. ElsbacL. The bui---es will be continued ia future bv the remaining parners, . .nader ike style ol LANDE ELS3ACH, who will liquidate , idUiabililiesal the old firm. A. i AXDE, . . M. LSDACH, Kaahville. Jan. 4, 1854. I) 'LSUACU. 1- S. All persons indebted to the late firm are request 4 to eall and malce immediat e payment to LAXDE A ELSBACU, Xos. 48 and 50 Market st. CARD. THANKFUL TO M FRIENDS and the public for the liberal patronage heretofore be llowed on the late firm, I respectlully solicit the same Tor say successors in business. nt M. ELSBACU. WE RESPECTFDIiI.Ylnlorm our friends and the public that we hare now on hand a large and well assorted stock of Fur, Silt and Soft Hats; Men's and Boys' Cu ere Mats; Children' Fancy Hats and Caps; Men's -and Boys' Cloth, Flush and Fur Caps o...

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