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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 10 March 1854

( VOL. XXIV. NASHVILLE, TENN: FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 185 ti-t mAMfmmvmm and AMMieaif etu .u.aj.'.i j : 1 ! '' 1 ' , "'-.i - .-rr ' : ' isns n i , , 1. ', 'it fa ;t-;: it ' UNJOK ANDAjIERICAN. OFFICE No. 1, I)EAIHRICK STREET. TUB WEEKLY, VNWNAND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one Tar in advance. $2 50; -within the yearJS 00; at fhe'end of the year ?4'0S. ' CtCM-i-Of fir and upwards $2 00 per ropy for one ear." Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for 'six months at the foreVins rates. ' -.n It..:- i. ,i a . a. . VFS'Y is published every Tuesday rhursdtj DAILY is nublished at Eight Dollars. BSTTilE'MOXEVI ILL CASES TO ACCOMFANi SUBSCRIPTIOS . S Kernittanccs of subscriptions n13' bo wads by mail .1 our . , risk. paper will bo sent out of the State unless the order is &c - jCpmpanled frith the.cash. , GEOItCE W. COOK, ATT0HNEY AT LAW AND LAND AGENT. h - Woco lllusc, Texn--. TTfTILLattend to the collection ot debts, and the investi- X gallon ...

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. — 10 March 1854

j.UXXKUXQ, B. G. EAST AX, O.C. TOUDITT, M.C.CCUUECU. JOJI !i L. ,HAIU,iNC & CO., EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. RIDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1854. The Banner, in its attempt to engraft upon the Nebraska bill the sqnattetisovercignty" princi ple in regard to slavery, beats about the bush iu a most pertinacious and amusing manner. .Any body 'but one in our neighbors dangerous predicament "would giro the tltiitg up in despair. But it is a question of life or death (politically) with our neigh bor, and he dare not give up, however hopeless the pro?pect be. Wliat die U. S5. Senate expressly re-fused to do, our neighbor i3 resolved to do for it. 'It'is idle to point out to him the vote of 30 nays to " 10 yeas by which th s "squatter sovereignty" prin ciple, was killed. lie shuts his eyes and stops his VeVs.tb ,such proof, and protests more lustily than Bverthatftis there, lie reminds us of the chap lio fended there was a snake in the leg of his Wcbes, and was so horrified with the bare idea tha...

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. — 10 March 1854

NASHVILLE: FRIDAY JIORMNG, MARCH 10, 1854. SEYMOUR'S GALVANIC ABDOMINAL AND OBSTE TRICAL SUPPORTERS. -Ilr. E. D. Payke, lUejAgent for the sale oCSer xronn's Galvanic Abdominal- and Obstetrical Sup porters, and Placenta Forceps, lias recently brought these beautiful and invaluable instruments to the particular attention of our Physicians, and we are gratified to learn that they are rapidly gaining the confidence and approval of the Profession. Some of our first physicians are now using these instru ments daily with great advantage, and from the testimony they give of their beneficial effects, we cannot doubt their ultimate adoption by every phy siciaii whose sense of duty to his patients is strong enough to overcome the prejudice existing in the profession In the majorityolinstanceswellfounded, we admit,) against all painted articles. Indeed, wo doubt whether this prejudice has ever existed against Sr.Tjiocn's Supporters, for we notice that they have received the commendation of some...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 10 March 1854

ft! - if K:- 4iit MISCELLANEOUS. k.-TTTJE XESPECT F ULL V inform our friends ami ihe t YY public that we lure non' on hind a large and p ell . aborted stock of Fur, Silk and. Soft 11 Ms; Men and Boys' CaSiimere HaU; CluldieuV Kaiicy HaU nod Caps; ,Meng and Boys' Cloth, Flush and Fur Caps of every description. unnrpiutwsu w guuq quality, siyr ana.IOWness ol price, which they offer at wholesale and retail. Jtn4 JLAXDK ELSBACH,, jlat and Cap Manufactory. No. 48. Market St, ijAXL AND WINTER GOODS. LANDE Jt ? ELSBACU,- No .'-Market Vtreet, have received within the Ut week a Urge aud -well-assorted stock of ele gant Ready Made Clothing of the test material, so that per rre"yniujo procuring fashionable garments Customers and strangers visitingthe city, are respectful gMjftBvlled to call aud examine their stuck before they buy -fcielsewbere. We are convinced that' we can sell lower than -'iny other house iu the city, either wholesale or retail, jant . A-LtSO. lteceinl thut eek u large tut o...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 11 March 1854

"V. X"- -A Cj lij1 Af11!1 rr 3:T XT''1' TT lVTTllV A V ICffck NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, MARCH li, 1854. !fc-l 0J T i .V f ' tlwtH JK'1 VK. ton l" t jroiiteW in-- J .. ..fftw : : t la. . ' -H ... a mo-. I Jr-t. tot-: -V Uitf i , .'i ! -.1 .j-n w ttmn .Ts Mr? - .t m . -tt t . Urn, nv 4, .03 MM l7m s .f .UNION A1STD AMERICAN. orriCE-Xo. 11, DEADJGItICK STKEET. ,T1I, WEEKLY UXIOJT AND AMERICAN 1 furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, .one year in ml ranee, f 2 within the yearfS 00; at the end ,..ofthoyear$-l oa Clubs Of five and upwards 2 "00 ,., per copy fot one year.- Clubs of subscribers wm be re- coi ved fur six months at the foregoing rates. . . he TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhuraday and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if no. paid a advance, $0. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars, ..IS-TI1E MONEY X Khh CASES TO ACCOMTANi suuscniPTioa Remittances of subscriptions mar bo uade by mail at our risk. paper will be sent out of the Slate unless t...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 11 March 1854

- T : J. U KAKUXO, E. oTxaJtiIVS, UB. TOBBRT, V. C. C. CHCECHi 5JOn:N('I,!,A' R 1' I N GvA-C O., -- ,. editors and proprietors. tT See tirst Page of Daily. - . " TUB NEBRASKA BILL. Tho Nebraska bill lwing the all absorbing political measure .of lha day, we oiler uo aX)Iogy for devot ing much of bur space and lime 10 its consideration. jfij South "has a viUl interest in Ufa measure, and it is the duty of its ineuis to see that its enemies ,dd not create a division of aeutiment concerning it by false charges an J plausiole sophistries. Wo shall .endeavor to .represent the bill as it is, and to take that candid view of its provisions that will bear the test andcffiUny of time. If the enemies of the .bill .would do tu, there would be little occasion for itV friends to trouble themselves with its defence ? The. Banner charges that the bill gives to the people of "the temtory the right (before the .f,,al; of a Siate Constitution) to prohibit slave holders from settling in the territory wi...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 11 March 1854

fc" V-A. f - y "" T- - - - r Kf 1 it MSHYI LIE: SATURDAY MOHNIrfG, MARCn 11, 1854 TJie Marvin will leave this morning for .Louisville. '-- SEemember that R. A. Sallowe has an '.Auction sale of Real Estate to-day. BF" We are indebted to Mr. Born, the gentle manly clerk of the steamer jSaWe West, for late St. Louis papers. f? We learn with regret that 0. J. Dicxntsoj.- iisq.ue uerKoi tue urcait Uourt of Maury ooun ty, dice on Thursday last. ET The Odd IWow, Capt. Leake, is adver tised to leave here to-day at 10 o'clock for St. Louis. I3t? The DitAWATic Club have postponed their performance to Tuesday next on account of the inclemency of the weather. 83T" We have neglected to notice the new house of Moultox, Beech fc Co., on Broad street. They are now in receipt or a large stock of Drugs and Groceries. The trade nre referred to their adver tisement for particulars. The WnoLisAt-F. Dry Goods Trade. The Spring trade is opening in earnest. Our jobbers are re ceiving large stocks of goods ...

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. — 11 March 1854

.CARDS.. .MERCHANDISE, TTAT?TWATT7l I TinTYrrtAT g3: yn -mi MTftiliiJ'1 iTTj; JtKSPKtril.lJ liJX intonnourineiiiisand uie Y pe twin nave buw tin. nana a large ana wcu i eorledstoek of Far, SflkatidSoft Hats; Men and Boys" ! rCasgBefe Ilats; Childrens' Fancy Hats and Caps; Men's ' UMTBeyg Ctolh,-Flmih and Fur Caps uTeve'ry description, iensorpussed ir; good'qualily, stylr and lowness or price, which tfcey oSer at wholesale and mail. y&nt - LAXDK A ELSBACrl, Hat and Cap Manufactory, No. 43, MarketSt, JpALE AND "WINTER HOODS. LANDK & J-liLSBACtl, .No. .60, Market ktreet, hare Teceired s iUim the last week a large and well assorted stock of ele gant Ready Made Clothing of the best material, so tbatper wu who are desirous of procuring fashionable garments can be suited, " Customers and strangers visiting the city, are respectful Jy inTited to call and examine their stock before they buy elsewhere. We are convinced that we can sell lower than any other home in the eityt either who...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 12 March 1854

ft'- vot,. xtvi , - "; ' T Nashville, tennj sunbay. mahJbtt 12. mu ' - - -siill,r " ' " - . ..t ... . , , i'i' UNION AND AMERICAN. OFJ'ICE-Xo. 11, DEADERICK STREET. Tfj E' WTEKT.T- TJXION 'AX1 'AMERICAN Is Arnuhed ..t .Iw.t i 10' subscribers it the following Tafc3: Single copies, one year in advance.. $2 50; within' tho year $3 00; at theertd of j&eypx4,-00. Cltos Of fire and upwards 12 00 i n i , ,Vi 8PT ff PP.f Srf ,Vlnbs or fubscnbcrs win oc re ceived for six months at the foregoing rates. tfchsiTRI-WEEKLY is publUned'eVaryTuesdar- "hursdty Uf I. kudSaturdaj-;ai$5perannumiriadrance;irn.ipaja a ... t t-adva'ncey iL i .UDAIIA'Is published at Eight Dollars. tgjTHE'- MONEV I ctLL CASES TO ACCOMTANi SUBSCRIPTION v n'Rcraittdn'cea'of subscriptions ma bo. wade by mail our likt. jiap'er Trill be sent out of the Stale unless the order U ac companied with the cash. GEORGE W. COOK, ATTOEHEY AT LAW AND IA5B AGENT. M'oco Village, Texas. WILL atf cud to the collection ot debts, and the inv...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 12 March 1854

1 J. I MlEUJfl, liTi, O.CTOaBrTT, JOHN L. MAR 1. 1 NO, "" r,-EMTORS AND PROPRIETORS. -fgj See first Pago oF Daily. TUE NEBRASKA BILL. 'C We notlced. several days ago, that Senator Douo- iia'baJ tnoved to strike out of Uio Nebraska 'bill -the clause requiring the acts of the territorial legis ts.; -sdatures to be approved by Congress. The Burner -informs as tliat tbis amendment was Cnally adopted. j Wo had looked, with some interest for the vote, and trusted 'that ,tho good sense of the ?enato would "defeat the amendment. We regret its adoption, ' hii wo lobked upon tho clause subjecting the territorial laws to the revisal of Congress as one of tWtwnsafc.truarJ3in.the bill against the enactment . f. territorial law prohibiting slavery. Eegarding - - such a law as clearly unconstitutional, we confident ly looked to Congress for its rejection, under this nrovision of the bill. We believo that tho correct - -doctrine of non-intervention admits but one sort 4.-of .interference on the par...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 12 March 1854

I- ! .'4 t :. am o.i3SS2ag8riajsa3ar- i i i W k SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1854. DELEGATES TO.TUE-COMMERCIAL CONVENTION. Wile 'Governor lias appointed 'as additional dele- , cates to the.Commercial Convention at lharicston, p Obi. Jx&es T. DffHtJir, of Henry county,'J)r. Hug Rodsetson, of Davidson county, and CoL Sam l VY. js. v,s f Wilson county. "-Lul'j FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE. "f "--'Wc resume, to-day, the publication of the inter posting series of letters from Europe, which werein vi 'terrup'ted by the press of legislative matter upon our columns daring the session of the Legislature. Tlicy will now be continued regularly weekly until completed. AYESTERN DEMOCRATIC REVIEW. A monthly of this name is published at Indiana polis, la., by Geomje P. BrjiLL, at $3 per annum. We have seen but ono number, and with that were much pleased. The political and literary articles are very well written, and the work is got up with much taste. It contains a portrait on steel and an interesting ...

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. — 12 March 1854

r t r .1 Hit T'f y?tc; A K . rrr f- rrrr t ? y ,T r C i r la 1 V jtf -JSOEIXA-N KQTJSt- - -rrjE. RlSPECTF U LLY iutinn our (rienda and the ' YY V public Ut we" huve umr iia Band a large ,aud well ' MOTted lckf l"ur; Silk and Soft Hals; "Men and Boy' Cessiinere Hat Cuildteu' Fancy Hats and Caps; XW ,aad Boys' Cloth, Flush auj Fur Cap of every descriptiou, '' ''BMBTfisscd io guoJ quaint, style aud lowuesa of price, 'which they offer at wholesale" and retaiL Ilat and Cap Manulactorr, Nn. 4S, Market St. IrALL AND WANTlilt GOODS. LANDtJ 1 ELSBACU, So. 50, Mantel street, hare received -wit&'m the last week a large and well assorted stock of pleat-goat Seady Hade Clothing of the best' material, eo that per sons who are desirous of irocunug fashionable garments -tcan ba aaitcd r - Customer and stranger visiting the city, are respectful- . lr.iaviUfd to call 'and examine their stock before they buy elsewhere. We are convinced that we can sell lower than any other house iu the city, eithe...

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. — 14 March 1854

- -;Mt4'7''-'3''BSBg3aS C .'W'JOilVM. 1 Id -- i l I i H i i 5" vol. xsiv. NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY, MARCH U, 1854- NO. 245: m 111 HI BJ V fl A II I. . I IX I 1 XI .: fL It! jj it I ISff 1 1 1M.KJ JLX. f X. JJ JU JLi . I IF I . !i UNION ANDAMgRICAR IjrFFcjJ-N'JT lTtl)EAI)EIlICK STIIKET. TUE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAS Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copieone jear in advance. $2 50; within the year $3 00; at the end c T the year ? t 00. Clubs Of five and upwards f 2 00 ' jer copy Ior one year. Clubs of subscribers will be 're-c-ived for six mouths at the foregoing rates, bo TRl-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday "hursdsj s-id Saturdiyyaf, 5peraifnuni in advance; if nb.paia a advance, td. ' - DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. t-fllE' MONEYS MX! CASES TO ACCOMPANY 'subscription! :js: lemittAncs of subscription", mar bs nade by mail ... onr risk ' 1 aper will be sf nt out of the State unless the order fa ao- eunpanicd with the cash. ATTORNEY AT LA WAND LAND AGE...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 14 March 1854

Consolidated May 15, 1853." J. L. MJUtLlKQ, K. KA8TXAK, Q.C. TOKBCTT, U.C.C. CHUIiCU. J OII Ji-l.XE LIN.C &.CO .,- -EDITOR A'SD PU IPRiETORS. TUESDAY HORNING, MARCH 14, 1854. J3T" There was & total 'failure of tlie mail due herefrom 'Louisville, on Sunday evening. IiSK " - TENNESSEE BONDS. 'JThe following paragraph from tliaHew York tfefvld, anil similar statements in other papers, ha?, )e are informed, injuriously atlected tlie .character 1 Tennessee securities in llie Eastern markets: f"A. resolution oi tlie Tennessee Legislature, in rtnicting the Attorney General of that Slate to l)ring suit against the Georgia and East Tennessee llailroa-J Cumpany.for the State bouds supposed to'havo been wronglully issued to it by Governor Johnson, was. amended by adding similar instruc tions as to the bouds to East Tennessee and ir fcinia, and all other railroa-1 companies, and, finally, the:wbole matter laid uti the table." .The propiiety of life issuance of tie bonds in question to t...

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. — 14 March 1854

LTN.A S HVILLE: TUESDAY - - MORNING, MARCH 14, 1854. t3F" We are promised a scries of skelche3 of Inaia'n life and manner? in tho west from iho grace- fd pen of the writer of tho letter in to day's pa per. ' A tooD Mast -Gone. It is with deep regret we. announce to-day, the death of Caleb J. Dicir- Veson, Circuit Court Clerk of .Maury county, who died in this place on Thursday, the 9th inst. be tween 2 and -1 o'clock, P. M. Iu the death of Mr. DrccERSOJt, his wife has lost a kind and affectionate husband, Lis little daughter a fond and doaUng fath er, thi3.cornmunily a good, Lonest and upright citi zen.'and we one of our best and truest friends. lJ'lie "friends and acquaintance of the decease are req itsted to attend his funeral, at the Methodist unnrch, this morning at 10 o clock. Democratic Ma aid, t-ouimxa ix the Dark. A circumstance once befell two friends 'of ours, who met one evening at the bouse of a mutual lnend, a young lady lor wlwin both entertained tender sentiment.". In...

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. — 14 March 1854

.V ft If kftl I ay. ( I? 8 ,,8480 - 84S1 ,.4 li- PKOP0EAL3 for carryliia; the iriilla r lne Walled Mtei fnw tee 1st slay of July, l8M,.to ,tue 3oib day-uf June. SMt.lnelaatre, U theattaieait '1'aoneMou, will beTrceiv..d l Ike CBtfcl-OB of lbs Poll Office. Department, la B483 ibe CUl of WtlBJtoo, until 9 a m of lutb April. 1854 la La 4M3dd .BV IQ B 3UIB ADril. ISoS.l OS IUO lOUlea aula I Metes tatae Ubu herein specified. - atMQ From nasnviueioy .Ksnsser -agrees, ijreer-pniitri rjw C Mldlov'a.MItebeUvlllo.PrHUallu, Ky.,lid VTood- 13 burn, to Bowl la Oreou, 61 mites and back,eveiy 1 other day. . Leave Nr-sUrlUs ertfry other day il'p m: Arrive at Bowling Green next da t i a ni ; Leave Bowline Ureeu ever) olher.iU) at 3 ami "Arrlva at Jimttvllle br'12 ru. M51 From ISashrllla.b) Pieaiunt Hetfl rat, Hendartonrllle, faaudarivUie. Gallatin, ureenwood, Hanua'i. Noak, House, Ky.vSto.l-.rhle, Cedar Spring, and PagerlUe, to UU'g-n, Hi mil.. aud but, every other day. , . Lear lxasnvlllo every oth...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 15 March 1854

- r, j y AND NAS i " r j , NASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1854. vol. xxiv, .NO. 240. t HVILLE UNION mm mm LsssssssB I UNION AND AjMEKICAN. OFFICE No. 11, DEADERICIC STREET THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished lO'Eubscribers ai the following rates: Single copies, one year in id ranee. 1 2 50; within the year $3 00; at the'end of the year 1 00. Clem. Of five and upwards J2 00 per copy, for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for six months at the foregoing rates. he TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhursdsy and Saturday, at f5 per annum in advance; if in. pala a ad ranee, fS. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. -THE MONEY IV U.L CASES TO ACCOMTANi SUBSCRIPTI03 .aS1 Remittances of subscriptions mat bo wade by mail Jl our risk. paper will be sent out of the State unless the order la ac companied with the cash. GEORGE Vi. COOK, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND LAND AGENT. oco Yiilasc. Texas. TTTILL attend to the collection ot debts, and the inTesti- Y V gation and pcrl...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 15 March 1854

H I mm?-.- K . K ! J. I KJLBt i fM BBK DTlin III Bl I IIMIII II. Ill 1L11 II Hi ! I B PV Crasolidatea.aiay 15, 185j JJCO, K. O. KASTUAM, O.C. T0KBCTT, X.C.C. CUUBCB. , 1 ! : : Jo'rfN L. MAULING & CO.. 'eDITOE&'A.'JD PROPRIETORS. TUESDAY HORNING, MARCH 14, 1854. There wa3 a total failuie of the mall due here from Louisville, on Sunday evening. TENNESSEE BONDS. The following paragraph from the New York J'erald, and similar statements in other papers, ha., e are informed, injuriously aCected the .character 1 Tennessee securities in the Eastern markets "A resolution o! the Tennessee Legislature, in ftructing the Attorney Geueral of tliat State to bring suit against the Georgia and asa Tennessee llailroad Company, far the State bonds supposed to have been wrongfully issued to it by Governor Johnson, was amended by adding similar instruc tions as U the bonds toJiast Tennessee and V ir ginia, and all other wilroa 1 companies, and, finally, the whole matter laid ou the tab.e. The pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 15 March 1854

TUESDAY .HORNING, MARCH. 14, 1854. - ' ' 3T"' We afe promised a series' of sketches of Indian life and manners in the west from tho grace ful j)en of the writer of tie letter in to day's pa per. !A Good Han Gose. It is with deep regret we announce to-day( the death of Caleb J. Dick eksos, Circuit Court Clerk of Maury county, who died in this place on Thursiday, the 9th insL be- '.' o l A 1. T If T-. flio Aaath nf HIV DiCKEiisos, his wife has lost a kind and affectionate husband, bi little daughter a fond and doating fath er, this community a good, honest and upright citi zen, and we one of our best and truest friends. The fiiends and acquaintance of the decease are requested to attend his funeral, at the Methodist Church, this morning at 10 o clock. Democratic Herald, Wi. Courtikq is tiie Dark. A circumstance onca befell two fiiends of ours, who met one evening at the house of a mutual friend, a young lady for whom both entertained tender sentiments. In a spirit of frolic, one of th...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 15 March 1854

r i. i MM r'. 2 Wj -? i mcncHiu CoBMldated-lfay 15,1853. i. u Miatmo,' 1 a. uiniK, o.a tobbtt, . c a cudbcu. JOHN L. WAULING & CO., EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. "WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1854 ; " APP0IMEXrTTUEb0VEBX0Il It is known to oar renders that the Ei3t Tennes see and Georgia railroad, a Tennessee work, iu which the Ssate is largely interested, extends some twenty or thirty miles into, the State of Georgia, while"tba Western and Atlantic railroad, cxxlusive ly,Otvned by the Statu of Georgia, extends about ten milesihto'Tennessee. The legislature of Ten nessee is complained of by Georgia as embarras sing thej'aSgemcnt of her road j and a commV sioner was appointed by the Legislature of that State to' visit the Legislature of Tennessee, and ask a modification of such legislation. Mr. Stei.l, the commissioner of Georgia the President of the Sen ate of, that Suite performed his mission ; and the committee of the Tennessee Legislature, to whom. the subject was referred, in an a...

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