ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Nashville Union And American Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 19,196 items from Nashville Union And American, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
19,196 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 21 February 1854

SliMilsi:r1lllilil. T m T W vTML. Hi i Tr I aw 1-.TT- tr MM I. I f-UIAU ...jmii La ' r , ," yfT TE VOIr. XXIV. ate- ;KASHVILLE, TENN: TUSDAY. FEBRUARY 2!, 1854. . .'Site1. NO.4! 227. mm im i a m, bbbbbt J- I . I H I obbbB bbsm IbbM H'-1 - mi m I laaTA I J BaTem EeaB aBBaa. aaBBB v BaM I. . bbbW - taM f rr a - -jt JaBB J I bbbbkj. , Ml' ml W I I I I 1 I its 1 UNION AND AjMERtCAN. OFI'ICE-Xo. U, DEADEUICJC STREET. THK WEEKLY UMON AND AMERICAN U furniilaed to. .subscribers at tlie following rates: Singlo copies, on year in ajrance. $2 50; within the year3 00; at the cud . of tho year $ I 00. Cmna Or fire and upwards 12. 00 i tier copy fuf one year. Clubs of subscribers will, be re? jccire4 fa six monthi at the foregoing rales. he TRI-WEEKLY is published eyry Tuesday rhursdy .nd Saturciar, at ?j pur annum in aJvauce; if tu.: poia advance, DAILY is pcblWied at Eight Dollars. J-THE MONEY I.Lh CASES TO ACCOMTAN SimSCRIl'TIOS EJ Remit tanses of subucriplions mat be nade by mail j.1 cur -riV...

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. — 21 February 1854

1 ' 5 Y r f ... - ji fmlj milium ft mftitRft. - MWJ". - - TDaBKTT, Jt. C C CUUGCST. , c - WUOllN MARLING & VmtOHfS AND PROPUIKTOR3. TUESDAY MOUSING, FEB. 21, 1851. WASHINGTON CITY. .'About the bcU and most truthful thing we have read .lately Uie following pungent letter from lTonJIicR Walsh, the notable member of Con gress' from New York. It is oddresesd to a New Vorlc'Suudny paper, and contains a lifelike picture of the Capital of. this great nation. It is yery caus tic; biit'tiot a whit loo severe. Every man who has sojourned awhile at Washington will recognise its statements as literally true. It has always been a matter or great astonish ment' to us that any administration should appoint to office the oringi.i", spuuglng, sycophantic loafers about Washington. A more suicidal policy could luftbe indulged in by an Executive ambition of re taining the good mil of bis party and the respect f ,h nnuntrr. And yet every administration Mmi mitun "with a love of Washington and its ha...

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. — 21 February 1854

3L m N A S HVULE: TUESDAY MORNING. FEB. 21, 1851. MR. DEWEY'S LECTURES-CHRISTIAN CHURCH. LECTURE IX TCKSDAT, TEH. 21. Problems in Man's Individual Lire-Pain, hereditary enl, death.. 4$ -v : ' TRIP TO CHATTANOOGA. .Krae twenty or thirty members of tho Legisla ture took an excursion on die railroad to Chattanoo .ga on Saturday, returning the next day. The- ob "f liging President and Superintendent of the road were aIong,ind to their kindness in sending an ex tra train back.oa Sunday thepassengera are much indebted. The excursion was a very pleasant one, but it would require a painter rather than a Writer . to describe all its incidents. 05" We would call the attention of our neigh bors of the True Whig to the fact, that they are publishing our private despatches from New Or leans without tho usual credit This omission is doubtless an oversight, and will be corrected now that their attention is directed to the subject We would not complain only that we have to pay & pretty high pri...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 21 February 1854

AasfttMsfvWdttS) li usal-i niRUrt.niii - i POMM Wr earrjieg 'V . i Tl i I V-1 .i.- u...kii,uiii uuill aarn.i iu-.u yni,iwi. asssa i Sullo,, aite.UTllte,Tranknn,Xy., and Wovd ' Tiani. to Bowtiufi.1M.11, CI miles and back, ovary - other dy. Uiv ..sll!o non other dtT at7p ml .arrive at Bowling Crseu next day by fl ni , -i. i -Lev,H:wllug Ureeu every other day l S am. Arrive st Nashville by 18 m. , 451 Srora ashviII,byPl.atant K.lerat, Hcod.rsonvllle, ., Kauud'r.ville. Oallatln, Greenwood. Hanna'a, ' Hotk Huse.lCw, Sco.tsvilU, Uedar Spruf, and Pvme,t liia-gow, 84 mile, and bat, every r.f-iTo'sa'btlllf.every otherdey at? p n ; 8433 Leave iSla'sgaw every oiher day at t p m ; irri't jasbvlllu next day by Km. B4 Prom St'fl!lJtbySpriasflald and Adatriinle.KT., lo Kassoll ville, 50 toilet andbaek, three limes a Lwtestbvllle Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at S a in ! arriveatRus'.ilrlltebyepm; i Leari Hussellv.tlle Mouday, Wednesday andFrlday ' " -ill am: 848G " ' ..irrlveat.a.avllleby8pm. ' ...

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. — 22 February 1854

-v. - -m . AN D A M ERIC f f ffi "UNION ... S4 VOL. XXIV. NASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1S54. , , . r 1 immait)j' NO.! 228. , 1 n -UNION AND AMERICAN. OITICE-Xo. 11, DEADEUICK STKEET. THE WL'EKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished lo subscribers at tlie following rates: Single copies, one year in advance. $2 50; within l!ie ycarfS 00; attbo.end of the year ?1 00. Clubs Or five and upwards 12 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived Tor six months at tho foregoing rates. bo TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhursdsj and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if m.; paid a advance, JO. . DAILY is publishod at Eight Dollars. p-TllE MONEY ALL OASES TO ACCOMTANi SUlISCRIPTlOa llruiittauces of subscriptions mat ba uade by mail ai our risk. paper will bo sent out of the State unless tbe order is ac companied with the cash. - -' -i' 'i! u ceo'cce w. cook, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND LAND AGENT, Woco Village, Texas;. WILLattend-to the collection ol debts, and the i...

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. — 22 February 1854

J3 tttllY 7f'l 111 Oil StlUCnOHU 1 " jaOU VLvUlUH IV VUVVV , , - -- J 1 T O. CTOCBSTT, M. -...- JO TIN LMAKLIKC & CO. SDITOK3 AND PROPRIETORS. WEDNESDAY -MORNING, FER. 22, 18M.. nvMSEVS ANNALS OP TENNESSEE. The Senate lias J"'1 directing the pur- .1 i..r.l r-nnics of Ramsey's An- Cliase Ol uircv " 4-- - nils of Tenure, ooecopy to bo sent to the Gov ernor of each State and Territory in the Union, and the remainder to be deposited in the Stale Library, for future use and disposition. Tiie bill was introduced by the Senator from Knox, Col. Hklsox, s.ad psed nearly unanimously. We tire Bu ne it viUpM the House with equal unanimity. Dr. 'Ramset will va'ue this action mainly as an W know-lodgement by the Sute of the great service he has rendered it in preserving from loss and in presenting to the piople in a graceful shapelier an nuls. The compliment has been richly earned and is most worthily bestowed. The Annals of Ten nessee 'is a work if which any State might well be prou 1 ; and ...

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 February 1854

f.i I fs-' V 4h. I. NASHVILLE: WEDNESDAY. MORNING, FED. 52, 1854. MR. DEWEY'S LECTURES-CHRISTIAN CHURCH- LEfrrrBE X THURSDAY. FEB. 23. Problems iu tie Life of Ihe WnTMlVdrilimW Desnot Wor "ljection of rusn to roan, the prevalence an J 1JUUI5HJ ui urur in iue system ol tne i orlil. Sonrn Carolina Railtoah. The gross receipts of this j-oad for the last year, as we learn from the Charleston Standard, have been $1,215,290, and the sum to be added to the surplus fund, after pay ing the current expenses, the interest on the foreign debt, the damages to property, and two dividends of four per cent, each upon the capital stock of the company, SlG7,2o9. The Standard says: In 1S14, the cotton brought by this road amount ed to 170,033 bales; in 1853, nine years after, amounted to 340,805. In 1S40, the fiist year in cluded in the comparative statement, there were of uour orougiii to Utiarleston, J2,H3; and ot bushels of grain, 2,309. In 1853, there were brought 23,- .110 barrels ol grain. Of tu...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 February 1854

1.3 ft. m ii MISCTCIXANKOTJS. 1 AlSBOliUTIO.I. -1JJ ll .-. AS--.. I J heretofore exialiug imtler the name ami rtyle r LiNDE, ELSBACH A CO., wr. this day disvilrcd by mu to J sjonsent, by the withdrawal of M. F-fsbac'.. The bmi bea will be continued in futuin br tlie lemaiaing paruers, mider theslyle ot LANDiSA EliJBACll.wlio win liquidate til liabiliues ot the old tiniu A. i.AN DE, M. f LSIUCII, XtnbTnie. Jan. 4,I4r,t. 1) 1.SUACH. ' P. S- AUperiHiui indeb'ol to the late firoi ire request d t eall and make immediat e pa meat to l.ANUE A ELSUCU. N'os. 48 and :-0 Market st 1ARD. THANKFUI, TO M FRIENDS VJ and the public for llu liberal patronage heretofore be Mowed bn Ibe late tirm, I respectlnlly solicit the name for li r aucceasors in business. "Uni M. KLSUACH. rK RESFECTFlJl.I.Yiiitoimourlrieudsaudthe m.-iorte Csssirnore t yta dot ihhu, r iusu ana i' ur wpwei:ij'waM,i"',-" tiisurpassed in-good .pulity, stjrK- and lowuesa of price which they offer at wholesale ami teuil. jaal LANDS A ...

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. — 23 February 1854

ll-l- VOL, XXIV. .NASHVILLE, TEM: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1851. ISO. 238r iiftSgagai 1 If T It Nj. -m . . T?! , IV-10JN 1 im.- . i A. YD i' -i in , ..i,,!.',..,' r ' - - J H O T tj UNION AND AMERICAN. OFi-'ICK Xo. 11, DEADERICK STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION' AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers si the following rates: Single copios, one year in advance. 2 50; within the year $3 00; attheend or the year H 00. Clcbs Of fire and upwards 12 00 per copy Tor one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for six mouths at the foregoing rates. lie TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhttrsdsy and Sotnrday, at J-5 per annum in advance; if m. paia advance, fO. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. S3T-TUE MONEY If LL CASES TO ACCOMFANl SUBSCRIPTION U Rerailtancea of subscriptions mav be ttade by mail oi our rikfc. pnper will ba sent ent of the State unless the order is ac companied with the cash. ueor(;e iv. cook. ATT0BHEY AT LAW AND LAND AGENT. . V.co I mage, Tcxne. VTTir.T. attend. ta lbs...

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. — 23 February 1854

J, L. XAXUKO, B- O. I AilV AN, 0. C TOSBXTT, V. 8. C CHtJOCH. JOHN I.. MARLING AiCO. EDITORS AND FROPBJETORg. ..THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 23, 1854. CROWDED. Until the close of the Legislature, our columns 'must necessarily be principally devoted to its pro- ceedings. We are aware that these proceedings possess little interest with some of our readers. Sach will recollect, however, that with others, and a majority, of our subscribers, these reports are of tnore importauce than any tiling else in our paper. The .session will close in a few days, and we shall then be able to accommodate the tastes of alL We have on hand an able report on the homestead .-.policy, by Mr. Jones, chairman of the Senate's Committee on Federal Relations, and a speech ou law reform, by Mr. Tea vis, for which wo have been trying to find room for several days. These docu ments, relating, a they do, to subjects of perma nent interest, we shall print as soon as possible. MR. DOUGLASS' SPEECH. Gov. Joses semis us a c...

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. — 23 February 1854

mm ...? J. 1 it 4' 2S s 4f .a. - r - N AS HVI LLE: THURSO AY MORNING, FED. 23, 1854 MR. DEWEY'S LECTURES-CHRISTIAN CHURCH. LECTURE X TOTKJDAY, fEB. 23. Problems in the Life of th World Polytheism. Dtsnot ism, War, subjection of man to man. the prevalence and wwwj vi imiiuc ui iueajtrui vi cue uuiiu. ISF'Tho Nashville and Rescue aro hourly ex- pecleJ. Er"" ITast it IToLUNcswoRTn hare an extensiva auction sale of groceries this morning in front of their store. Tobacco. It affords U9 pleasure to notice the rale of tobacco which took place yesterday at the warehouse of Jonssoy, Horse & Co. The first ix hhds., mentioned in our Commercial Report, were bought by our enterprising friends, IfussvuiAir t Meredith. Our tobacco friends inform us that these were the finest lots of tobacco that havo been offered for sale in this market for years. Well done old HeuTord. McCleixand's. The now Dry Goods house, just opened by the McClillaxds on College street, is decidedly the prottiest building ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 23 February 1854

MISOJ5UiLAtW)U8 . w.V.VJ1 existing uud.-r Ihr rikme aad Myle " LAXDE, LLSRACIl A Ut, Va this day dissolved bv m.i taal eonseut, by the withdhiwsi ofM, Lisbao... Tlio'bii'i Jsea will bo continued inTututo br the remaining paroers, uSl?r. tb-a st-' ,a NJ1 i KLSSaCH, who xn.l liquidate all liabilities of ttie oid tir.n. A. iJVXDE, . . , M. LSBACII, Nas!itil!e .T,n.4,lr,t. j) LSBACIt. persons inaeh'e-t to the late firui are request ed to call and make immedia e payment to LAX UK A ELSB VCH.Xos. 43andHMaikett CARD. THANKFUL TO H FRIENDS aad ice public fur the liberal patronage beteloforc Le alowed on the late firm, I respectfully aoficit the same for my successors ia business. Jan M. ELSBACII. TX7"E RESFECTFU LLY iulormour friends and the public thai we lure now on hand a large and well assorted stock of Fur, S.Ik and Soft Hats; Men's and Boys' Cussimen) Uuts; Childicns Fancy HaU and Caps; Jlen'u and Boys' Cloth, Fi'iab and Fur Caps of every description, unsurpassed in good quality, styl...

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. — 24 February 1854

V V n h N-a sssi m wm t" h VOL. XXIV. UNION AND AMERICAN. OITICK -Xo. 11, llEADEUICK STKEET. THE WEEK.LV UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at (he following ratestSingle copies, ont year In advance. f2 SO; within the year (3 00; at the end or the year i I 00. Cmus Of fire and upwards (3 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for six months it the foregoing rates, be TRI-WEEKLY is published eTry Tuesday "hursdsj and Saturday, at f 5 per annum in advance; if ni. paio a advance, $6. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. tSTTUE MONEY I A.LL CASE3 TO ACCOMTANi SUBSCRJiPTIOS .JSi Remittances or subscriptions ma? bo uade by mail j& our risk. paper will be sent out of the State unless the order Is ac companied with the cash. GEOUGK Wm COOK, AII0EHET ATIAWAKD LAND AGENT, ii oco muge, I exits. WILL attend to the collection ot debts, and the invssti gation and perfecting of land titles in Texas: KF.I'ERESCES. llon.O AV. O. TOTTO.V, Hon. Nanusr Obies, " ...

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. — 24 February 1854

i, V mi it-rsn A I ), I I 3 , . i tin- OH ill' '." :- tin' itlmi.- , .. Urn fWu 'II itl ; . ,i .t.. all il -h t'llil Cr. it -In ji'. Tue inc-f-ye i' This bill . . nim;li, wr ore Miiry to t 'n njlnj.'lt Hiia i. IUf.1 tl a tuitt: when -in-, itn I the bivsiiirsa if t,.f lUn Im'.I' what tlie' Ill I . I ie I'ttur-", Wff III' ' ii xm A I It tin- lima the MUanrS were rix.-d, $l0. w..s .'.I'tal lo $iW) now, i.i ils c ip wity to pr.uire i!i n -c '"ili of l'r''- It b no doubt inn-1 hat men can be found willing to accrpt seaU on tlie brncli at the present salaries. But no poor man, hu is qualified for the position, can afford to arcpt il. If be has talent enough to m iko a good and nafo judge, he can make double the present ta'ary bj his practico. The ef fect of the present sjs om, if continued, must ne cessarily IwU coufitie the selection of judges to two clawoi to the rich snrn of the profession, wno rare only lor the hon ir of the post, and to the itfor lawyer, w!ioe incompetency deprives t...

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. — 24 February 1854

Ivjr 5r NASHVILLE: FRIDAY MORNING, FEU. 21, 1854. MR, DEWEV.S LECTURES CHRISTIAN CHURCH. lectubf. u s m'niur, rra. Historic View of Humanity Human nroeiess. the acen cies employed in it, the History of thought in this How, of Institutions, of Actious or Events. Oa Wednesday evening, (WjLsniXGTOx's JrirthJay,) A. R, Crozier and V. KStevekson, Es quires, ga re an elegant and sumptuous entertain ment to the members an i officers of the General Assembly, and other invited guesti, at the City Hotel. Some of the apartments were fitted up for dancing and there might be seen our gallant Leg' ishtors moving in the mazy round accompanied by graceful forms, and their evolutions lighted up by Eunny tm'i'n and bright-eyed glances. As the night wore on, the hospitable entertainers mar balled their guests Air another enterprise; and, un der their leadership, the supper-room was taken by a coup Je main. The tablo was loaded with a cost ly and elegant supply of delicacies, which, amid the clah of st...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 24 February 1854

n t t 41- r t V 1 if- miscki4;a n hous Til I- - it .AEIWIIL 1 J Krtnf, re exiiinir iitir ' name -and tislv of J MSUB, HUstlAOlt.l. v t was tli dav dtowdved by mu tual eesaeot, by the withdrawn! olal. hbdiari. The busi ness) mH be coaimilisl in future bv U e .etitauiing punters, under the style il LAP nr. KiiitlACII.wlm wij liquidate isll liabilities ot Mm olJ Cruu A. . ANDE, M. iR.tcn, NasbTilUvJt4.1S.i. I LSIIAC11. S. All persxas iu-le l'e 1 w the late fir ai are request cd to call and uiake nmucdia' la- lnent to JASllE A KLSR U!H ,Si.43an.l.'.0Markett CARD.-THANK Kilt. TO M FRIENDS and ttepub.ic lor Ine liberal patronage heretofore be tUre4 on lb ite lir.11, l.nocilully solicit the same for my successor iu misine-H M. ELSHACH. W tKSri;lrlrllXal loiormourineuasniiuiue public that wo have, now on hind a large and well assorted st.cx of I'ur. Silk mid Soft HaU; Men's and Roys' Cassimere Hat. Cl.ildieus' Fancy Hats and Caps; Mens and Roys' Clolh. Flush and Fur Caps orerery description...

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. — 25 February 1854

!1Y;' : 7VJ5t)'"'T'AM E affi5fS . I nil , iLtff -jj r iu "VT AT rrTTT 'i 'I i-'il'iT i,f'liT2 . . .j "'"' -' - SgB?My'" i v.. .A "Lssabr - snaanaV I YUJLi.- AAiV. -r ".HJ" -"- UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE No. II, DEADER1CIC STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Li furnished toSjacriLcrsat ihe fiillowinj rates:' Single copies, one rIifaso!WiU,taU1.?wt,oo!,ilte.na -ril '.. rtn Vie ' i .... .. .1 of the year t 00. Cums Of five and upwards J:! 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for Six months at the foregoing rales. he..l iU-Ve LLKI. is published every Tuesday rhursdsv anil Saturday, at $5 per aunuui iu advance; jf m.' paid a advance, DAILY in published at Eight Dollars. I"T1II: MONEY I" U.L CASES TO ACCOMTANa SUBSCRIPTIOj g2 Remittances of siibscriplions mat bo uade b7mail.1t oar risk, paper will be sent nut of tie State unless lbs order U ac companied with the cash. GEORGE W. COOkT ATTORNEY AT LA W AND L A3 D AGEN T. Woco Village. Texas. XTIXAj attend to th...

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. — 25 February 1854

lails Unitm mtnck , M.yXU.IKO. E.O.XASTKAK. G.CTOKBETT. X.C.C. CUU. JOIIN,L. MARMNC & .( -VeditOKS AND PROPRIETORS. fc i I -a SATURDAY MORNING, FE1I. 25. 1854. ARMSTRONG. u1'" " . j. i. - v r rraatlv tiaim d to learu, as we uu num dispatch from M.gtonorth0 23J th. Gen Robert Armstrono .lied in ihatcity.ontliatday, or Ingestion of the brain. The intelligence will diode I'llnsconiraunity. where the deceased so long resid-eJ-Where he was so well known and so greatly Nbelovei' We hear this sad news only at the tno fiiientVr.putiini; our paper to press, and roust defer 'tVantrther occasion such notice of his eminent pub lic services and private viitues as they deserve. ft TV. AO l !.!. TUE PROBABILITIES OK WAR. 1 .'tVe.arenotof those who believe very strongly -in the probabilities of a general war in Europe, just 'now.' The hesitation and ovasion of the Czar in athe-preseiit crisis is, to our minds, evidence of a ;dSp;jsitioti.to retreat slowly, stubbornly and sul "l5nly't'is frue fr...

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. — 25 February 1854

2 :ti NAS HYILLE: SAT.URDAVMOUNING, FED. 25, 183 " MR. DEWEY'S LECTURES CHRISTIAN 'CHURCH. LECTURE XI S-VTUIIDAT, FED, 25. .- 'i.IIislnric View of Hnmanitr Human progress, the mren- r cics employed iu it, the History of thought in this view, cf r jusmuunns, ti Actions or brents. .-- . , THE WASHINGTON UNION. , -aWe.Icarn from lho Union of tbe 17th that ifr. Nicholson-, who has been writing for that paper for sometime past, nuder a. temporary arrangement, has purchased an interest in the concern, and will hereafter he-joint publisher and editor with Gen. Armstrong. FAREWELL CONCERT OF THE 13 ELL RINGERS. The "Svi$3 Beil Ringers" give their last enter' tainment at Odd Fellows Hall to night During the week they have had fashionable audionce?, and we feel confident that on this, their last appearance, the Hall will be crowded. They are wonderful performers, and their singular and beautiful music, when once heard, is never forgotten. Not to ad mire it argues the possession of a bad, not ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 25 February 1854

issfirilTIOXTjilU-U-jJiivA'lillSinP hereto&re existing under tbe name ami si LANDS, ELSBACU A CO, was this day dissolved by urn titaleonsenL'liy the' withdrawal ofM. Eub&ch. The- bui- ; jjt will ho Hiutinmyf in future Iit" tbe cmsjiiinn- narneis. iaey'thVf.iyle of LANlK4"ELS3Aeil,who will liquidate 3n Viabilities of the old firm. A. i ANDF, -" M. LSBACH, NishTille, Jaa. 4.1S5L 1) ISBACH. E. 8. All persons indeb'ed 'to the late firm are request- ad te call and make immediate pavmcntto - LANDK ArBLSBACH. Nos. 4t and 50 Market at. C- AKD. THAN liy'Vl. TO Al laUKNUS . and the public for the liberal patronage heretofore be stowed on the lale firm, 1 respecttully solicit the same Tor my successors in business. EIjan M. ELSBACU. TITE KESPECTF V I.l.Y intorm our friends and the Y V public that we have iioir un hand a large and well - aMorted stock of Fur; Silk and Soft Ilais; Men's and Boys' Caasimere Hats; Childiens' Fancy Hata and Caps; Men's and Boys" Cloth, Flush and Fur Cap of ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
x
Loading...
x
x