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

Rr. r v5" ?sT VOL. XXIV. UNION AND AglCAN. brFicH-jfoTTr, Ymjaderick stketT THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN la furnished 10 subscribers at tho following rales: Single copies, one year iu advance. $2 0; within the year3 00; at the end of the year 54 00, Clubs Of live and upwards ?2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers' will be re ceive.! for si months at the foregoing rates, be TRl-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday rbursdar and Saturday, at ?5 per annum in advance; if no: paio a advance, f S. 0 ILY is published at Eight Dollars. tgg-THE MONET I LL CASES TO AeCOMTANi SUBSCRIPTS .JgL Remittances of subscriptions mat be wade by mtd ji. our paper will be sent.out of the Slate unless the order Is ac companied with the cash. TUB HAZARD COMPANY.,, Of Haiardvillo, Connecticut. A. O. lUZAJO, rWS'T. A. B. DOUGLASS, SEC'T... CONTINUE to furnish Run Powder of all tlieir well known brand.", Xmhicty JIljU, American HjvrUny rjndian JIUU in kegs, half and quarter kegs ami canmsiers of one po...

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. — 4 January 1854

f ' ty hi ' mm mm K American, 'j , , - J. L. SURI.IXO, E.O. EASTMAN', fi. C. TORBETT, SI. C. C rHI'hCU. II N, lif M A It L I N G At. CO. ! - " EDITORS AND rROPKIETOK8. , .! WEDNESDAY MORNING, J AN" I, 1854. - - GOV. JOHNSON AKDjTJIE LONDONJTIMKS. , The Ron-ter is exercised in feeling at ' certain address ot fJov. Jonssox, of this State, m which certain sentiments arc ridiculed. If the Jlanner woulJ ivllcct "a ihUe it might remember that the Lqndon Tirii&i is the deadly enemy of Republican ism" everywhere. Its 'mission'' is to war upon re publican institutions. If tho Dinner were able to turn back to the files of the Timet, it would find unite as severe comments upon the messages and speeches of every man in this country who has dis- tingiiUhed himlf by his advocacy or tne rignusoi the M'ople. When the sentiments of the organ of the Knglirh tories become authority here, it will be tnjie tj think of changing our form of Government (ov.- Joihmov cxpre.-sed the sentiments of Ameri 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. — 4 January 1854

MKtMMN ITVS .-ansi"-" b f HMN - - ' . : ' (MTf . . ' I I - -' - v ! . i , ! - , ' ' A f:-. f NASHVILLE: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAN. 4, 1851. ADVERTISING. In one of Uie imvei bs of Solomon, says the New Bedford Mercury, we fiod tlie most comprehensive and satisfactory . exposition of the philosophy of advertising, that ever was, or could be written, vie There is thai scalferelli and yet increaseth, and there is that withlioldftli more thin is 'meet, but it fendeth lo pov erty. . And the words of Paul to the Corinthians apily express (he same idea: He which soweth sparingly shall reap also sparinglr; and he which roneth bountifully shall reap also bountifully. BAYN'E'S PANORAMA. The folio wing lines were written by J. M Field, to Mr. Batxe, the Painter of the beautiful Pano rama', now on exhibition at Odd Fellow's Hall. I're sailed an ocean to behold the Rhine That world of beauty bursting on the view, But now your cantnt waU to mt the vine And rock-clad hills long since I wandered throug...

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. — 4 January 1854

I I tow MERCHANDISE Fail mud Wiaat ST.TVsT OV TiTiV fifiritlS aV. 1 Cirrttr Sjarf ami Muriel Street, JfMp.Ut, HASTeceived tisiiw Fall Importations' ofiF.lOH AND j IsLEtUNT FALL AND W.NTKKt30UDS, to which neliUes pl3r1S.1re.in lliviting 'the .atteiitiolibf fricnils.-.aud pub lie, feeling assured that he can offer as gient bar gains u-s cii l.e luuiul in the CUT, I SN RICH FALL AND WINTER. SILKS, c Oi the latest Pamjau Mjtes, vvtiich are Iruiy elegant, in cluding a beautiful variety uf tho richest and handsomest l'taid, l$rK.-i(ic, Block, JiiyJei-oj3lrixjJ, National, Repp, and Watered bilks, us luts'bccu iu b; city. N;vuud Bouutifui I'nrisiaii IMilids, Uf entire Dew designs, u itii the luin Jsm jot and UU'llLST COMBINATION OI'- COLORS, Jjiclu.iiog ihe gay, give, rich ii.d elegant. iNc.v mid Choice French Meiinos. Them-ist desirable colors in market, embracing the most CMtiouabie shades' which the ladies will find beautiful. IsLi-GANX. UICll DELAINES AND CAS1I MEItiiS, Of tbc choicest ...

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. — 5 January 1854

"t r si it nrri- ' t t vrs-r; -.1 i i i I - & 1 H La at f ) b m m ira i n . m mi if j.j.ijKiicMTmi i i-Tr-J-Mt-CT? ?--. .- --.. ., -"7 i .,.., . jf- VOL. XXIV. .. n i i. ;, .,;-L- - rr. UNION AND AMERIGA. I "Ji'FICEN'n, DEADERICK STREET. THE WEEKLY TJNTONAND AMERICAN Is furnished to sab,a.bcrs at the following rites: Single copies, roe year in advance. f2 Br within the Tear $3 00; at the end of tiiajoz, U 00. ,Clce3 Of fire and upwards 2 00 per copy for one fear. ' Clubs o subscriber' ndll bare-1 ceived Tor si t months at tbe foregoing rales. be TrU-WFIEKLY is published everr Tuesday tliursdtj and Sairday at f 5 per annum in advance; if m,'.pia n advance, ?6. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. . ,., rrTHE MOSEY J -LL CASES TO ACCOMTASV SUBSCRIPTION Kemittanee of subscriptions v bo taade by mail a- our list. ' paper will be sent oat of tbe State unless the order U ac companied with the cash. - THE HASARB POW SK COMPANY, j, Of Hasardville, Connecticut a. ri. nAiAED, tecs't. a. e...

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. — 5 January 1854

'i.V !f 1 1 4 tttCnCHlL t . ; 3- - - -Ci. MARLING CO. rteimnating ueokoe jj. isloan, samcix if. Amest. and GEonorWl Smith; -as Inspectors of the Pem tmtiary, was taken up mthe Senate, and tlie nomi nations were conflrmeirby a nearly unanimous vote as heretofore stated In our legislative 'reports. The fact of the confirmation was immediately certified ' to the Governor by tlie Cierk of tlie Senate. The Inspector met yesterday and elected .Tessk Pace, BrroiASDr3orHii!TOR3 -- 4--y. r----. - urreumeior11reatlc'' Gov- JoiiKBOSBcoursdJa.llus niatter was.basedujion intended to place all the Companies, to wiiiclt th'c w.. , Tt' i cay and extinction orSpaliiSli loyklty. -That which ' a strict and jusVvfcw- of the.Iaw, and will bear the , aiao tne b ate nn the construction oi weir road.-.,. asnAT" ttORXING. JAN. 5. 1853. ! .ir. :..i:. r.i,i.L,rfi. rfa.iL ri..:t..t-i-j ' ..Li.-. n-, i was thus extended, upon an equality. Theactwas i r7X J ri?ii " .-uCui.C3. ..ckuuw degQgj t0 enabv th6'eompanie...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 5 January 1854

u - ft NASHVILLE-: TIHflLSDAV MORNING, JAN. 5, 1851. ajvertising. In one of the proverbs of Solomon, says tbe New Bedford Mercury, we find the most comprehensive nd satisfactory exposition of the philosophy of advertising, that ever was, or could, be written, vie There is that scattcreih and yet iucreaseth, and there is that withholdeth tnoro than is meet, but it tendrlU tOv erty. And the words cf Paul to the Corinthians aptly express tbe same'idea: He which so rrel'i sparingly Miall reap also sparingly; and he nhich xoweth bountifully shall reap also bountifully. YSVare glad to see the audiences who attend this admirable exhibition on the increase, and that this eharmtrijfPanoramaislikely to receive the patronage it so .well deserves Great pains, have been taken by the proprietor for the comfort of visitors a new inclined platform ha3 been erected, so tliat.all.inay pee the-Moving Mirror of Xature. There is much instruction and delight to be experienced by attend ing this exhibitio...

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. — 5 January 1854

1 - ft ft II .MERCHANDISE. Fall and WSsiter STOCK! OF DRY GOODS .rr NicnoLs corner, A 13, Gtrner Stuart a,id Mirl-ei jSrr.vr, XtiicVe, HAS received his new FaT Injportstioosof RICH AND K LEU ANT FALL AN'p WINTER GOODS, to which lie takes pleasure in inviting the attention of fiieiidS.atid the public, feeling assured that liq can oflsr as gieat "bar- 0 'il!f! guius as can rjetuunain me. air, IN RICH -EALLANp WINTER SILKS' J 'in. ' Uf tne latest Pnsian styles, wlucu ape truly elegant, RICHEST COJIUIKATfON OF COLORS, j Inrlll.linitlUfnl mora ..n.l alaonnf Jfeu" ami Choice, Erench;Jleiinos , The most desirable colore m urirket, embracing, the most aitaunabletiiade-whichUie ladies will find beautiful. ELUGANT RICH DlJLAUVES AND CAS II-. 3IKKKS, Of the choicest patterns and most Iieautifiil rolors, and in ftct evcrvMiUier kind of Dry Good . suitable for LADIES' and ClHiSREN'S AVARDRORESi CiatouCrupe and EmbA)iclcrdBliinvl3; uf all kinds, in dud.cg the Kich'Ilroche, or Cashmere iihawls. Jl...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 6 January 1854

ft? I l i ill . i i i i ii I- , ymm-mm ,. ,-, , NASHVILLE, TENN: FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1851. VOL. XXIV. "MTi mo UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE No. DEADERICK STREET. THE WEEKLY" TJN'IOX AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one Tear in advance. J 2 50; within the year f 3 00; at the end of the yesr ? 1 00. Cloth Of fire and upwards $2 00 j er copy for one je-.tr. Clubs of subscribers .will be re ceived for six mouths at the foregoiug rates, he TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday fbursdsy and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; ir nt..paia a advance, i 6. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. J-THE MOXEY I LI. CASES TO ACCOMPANY SUI1SCRIPTI05 Remittances of subscriptions mat bo uade by mail .i our risk. .v... r , .,, , order Liac paper wiu w companied with the cash. THE HAZARD POW DER COMPANY, Of Haiardville, Connecticut, i. u. miAun, rncs'T. a. docolash, suc'r. CON'TINOE to funiih Gun Powder of all tlieir well known brands, Kentucky Rife, America...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 6 January 1854

Imlgnimt American J.-L. MUUJNG, E.G. LiSTKAN", G. C. T0IBITT, M. C C CllUnCU. JOHN Ii. JI A. 11 hi NG fc C.O . EDITORS ASD rRDPttlETORS. FRIDAY HVORMNG, JANUARY fi, 1851. HON. SAMUEL. A. SMITH. Ve published to-day the eulogy pronounced, in the House of Representatives, by Col Smith, on . the. death of Hon. Brookins Camteelt It is an . eloquent production, and will be read with pride a'ike by the friends of the author and the lamented dead. Mr. Smith is a new man in Congress, but his career .there is destined to be a brilliant and use , . ful one. Possessed ,of a high degree of natural ability, and a cultivated and well-stored mind, he ' cannot fail to win a lasting reputation among the J4 d'lscriminating and intelligent men wilh whom he La brought in daily contact. THE MAILS. It is impossible to exaggerate the sad condition of the eastern and western mail arrangements. We have ceased to expect eastern papers in the regular time. On Monday night last, we received three papers only, o...

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. — 6 January 1854

1 Sii V; SEVILLE: FRIRDAY MORNING, JAN. G, 185 1. ADVERTISING. In one of the proverbs of Solomon, says the New Bedford Jfercury, we find the mast comprehensive and satisfactory exposition of the philosophy of adveitising, that ever was, or could be written, viz: There is that scattereth and jet increaseth, and there is that uithholdeth more than is meet, but it teudeth lo pov erty. And the words of Paul to the Corinthians aptly express the same idea: J He which son-eth sparingly shall reap also sparicglv; and uc M1CU soweiu uoumiiuiiy nuau iL-ajF ainu vuuuiuuiij AFFAIR OF HONOR. It will be seen, by reference to our despatches this morning, that Minister Soulk and his son both have fought duels with Spanish noblemen. We presume that these affaire of honor grev' out of the , recent difficulty in a ball room at Madrid, between young Soule and the Duke of Alba, as we see that the latter was one of the combatants. JOHN BLOUNT ROBERTSON, ESQ. ' "We yo3lerday noticed the fact that our frie...

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. — 6 January 1854

MERCHANDISE. Fall and Winter STOCK OF DBY GOODS AT KIOUOL'SCOKXEIl, Xo. 13, Garner Square and Market Strut, Xuheille, HAS received his new Fall Importations or RICH AND ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which he lakts pleasure in inviting the attention of friends and the public, feeling assured thftt he can offer as great bar gains as can be found in the citr, IN RICH FALL AND WINTER SILKS. Of the latest Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, in cluding a beautiful variety of the richest and handsomest Plaid, Brocade, BlosX Bayadere, Striped, National, Uepp, and Watered bilks, a? has been in this city. Jf'jw anil iJcautiful Parisian l'lnids, Of en -ire new designs, itU the handsomest and richest coaiuination of colors, including the gay, grave, ncli and elegant. New ami Choice I'rencli Alcrinos. The most desirable colon in market, embracing the most asuionable shades which the ladies will find beautiful. ELEGANT 1UCII DELAINES ANI CAS1I 31 Kit ES, Or the choicest patterns and mos...

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. — 7 January 1854

1 OASHVm: U N 1U: AJND-MMERI CAN, Vol. xxiv. NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1854. NO. 194. 78 1r i r UNION AND AMERICAN. OS'I'ICE-No. IJ.DUADEIUCK STHEET. TUB WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscriber-sat the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance. $2 50; within the year $S 00; at the end of tU yeir ft 00. Cures Of five and upwards &2 00 isr copy for oneyear. Clubs of subscribers will be ro ' M reived for six nvn ths at the foregoing rates, be TRI-WEEELY U published every Tuesday "bursdoj and Saturday, at $5 per annum in ad ranee; if nit paia a tdvar.ee, $5. DAILY ia published at Eight Dollars. jg-TflC MONEY J VLL CASES TO ACCOJITANx SUB3CRIPTI03 fI Remittance of subscription, re? ba tada by mail 1 our risk. taper will be snt ont of the State unless the order is ac companied with tha cash. Tefiisiessee Powder. POWDER Tennov.ee RiBe, in quarter, half and whole keg. Tennessee Blasting, in kegs and barrels. A full supply of the above description of Po...

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. — 7 January 1854

Umm 5? j. l. mulling, to. xxstuix, c. a losnrrr, u. cc. ciirncn. JOHN I.. MARUh'G Jt -. EDITORS AKD PROPRIETORS. c o. SATURDAY MORNING, JAN. 7, 1 85 1. - THE EAST TENNESSEE RAILROAD BONDS. The Banner is surprised that, yc " did not repub-r- lish his temperate and candid exposition of the matter " relative to the refusal by Gov. Campbell to issue' bonds of the State to the East Tennessee and Gc-orgia Railroad, and the issuance of bonds of Gov. Jonssos! We had reason for the omission. We are not in the habit of regarding theBmner s views and opinions as law and gospel. On the contrary, Ave very seldom And them" right and sound." " In j lh-is case, we published the official opinion of the Attorney General of the State. Had the fanner's .opinion possessed more weight with us tl.an this ; opinion of the Attorney General, we might, per haps, have published it. Such not being the case, -we paid no attention to it. We found in the Ban t tier's article no point of force enough to merit a . m...

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. — 7 January 1854

--err 2 : i f 7 t NASHVILLE: SATURDAY MORNING, JAN. 7, 1833. ADVERTISING. ""' In oue of the proverb 3 of Solomon, Ears tho New Bedford Mercury, wc find the most comprehensive and satisfactory exposition of the philosophy of advertising, that ever was, or could be written, vir There 5s that scatlereth and yet increnseth, and (here is that nitbholdeth more than is meet, but it tendeth to pov erty. And the words of Paul to the Corinthians aptly express the fame idea: He which soiveth sparingly shall reap also sparinglr; and he which soweth bonmifully shall reap also bouutifully. PRE3ESTATI0S OF A SILVER TEA SETT TO DR. EDGAR. From tlie following correspondence, it will be een that Dr. Edoak, the eloquentPastor of the 1st Presbyterian Church in this city, lias been present ed with a Silver Tea Sett, as a New Year's gift : . Mrs. Hugh-Jacksons and Mrs. John M. IldTs Com- 2UriwU to Rev. loin T. Edgar, D. J). - Sin Please accept, as a new year's gift, a silver 1 tea set, on which your name...

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. — 7 January 1854

ft " i jft , K.J MERCHANDISE. Fall aiad WSsatei - Jt - STOCK OF DHY GOODS AT NICUOL'S COKSElt, Chrner Square and Mdrkd Street, Sasktiti, HAS received his new Fall Importations of RICH AND ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which lie takes pleasure in inviting- tho attontkmof friends no J wo pun uc, lowing assured mat ne can oiler as great bar- 1 fain as can bo found in the city, IN RICH FALL AN D WKTER SILKS. Of the latest Parisian tfyles, wmi are truly elegant, in- eroding a Deautuoi yanety ot tne ncnesi and handsomest : Plaid, Brocs.dc, Bbot, Bayadere, Striped, National, Kepp, 1 and Watered fciits, as has been in this citv. Nrw ana aleautit'nl Parisiaii Plaids, Of entire new designs, with the handsomest and RICHEST CUM BIN ATION OF COLORS, Including the gay, grave, rich and elegant. New and Choice French Merinos. The most desirable colors in maiker, cnibiacing the most asoiunable shades which the ladies mil find beautiful. thLGAXf KICii DELAINES AND CASH MERES, Of the choicest patt...

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. — 8 January 1854

A 1 H i r . AM -A- ink ' 4. , ft"- ' I: ' 4 YOL. XXIV. UNION AND AMERICAN. ort'ICU Xo. II, OEADERICIC STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance. t2 50; within the year?3 00; at theend i.f theye.r ?4 "0. CLUB3 Of fire and upwards f 2 00 tr copy fur one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for sir months at the foregoing rates. , be TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhursdsy ami Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if no. paid .a advance. G. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. t3TTE MONEY K LL CASES TO ACCOMTAN'i SUBSCRIPTION Remittances of subscriptions nu; bs laade by mail al our risk. paper will be sent out of the State unless the order Ls ac companied with the cash. POWDER Tennessee Rifle, in quarter, half and whole kegs. Tennessee Blasting, in kegs and barrels. A full supply of the above description of I'owder, war ranted equal io any in the market, always on hand and for sale by jnly...

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. — 8 January 1854

I 1 to J. U MAUUXQ, E.C. KASTMAK, O. C TOttBKTT, II. a C. CHURCIt. , , JO UN L. MARLING" At CO." EOITOIIS AND rnOPRIETOBS. SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 8, 1851. CALEB CUSHtNG, Ac. The Representative in Congres3 from this Con gressional District is employing a "portion of his leisure in Washington in .franking to hu constitu ents a "Speech of Hcvjauix -Baustow, of Salem, ' Mass. on the abolition propensities of Caleb Uushin-g." He lias noU favored us directly with oue of these documents;, but a gentleman who re ceived a copy has handed it to us, envelop and all, with the frank of "F'. K. ZoLLigorrtin" on the en velop. Wo have read the document with quite as much - interest in learning the sort of matter which the -whigs of Congress now study and think available for circulation among the people, as in the princi ples of Gen. Cuanisc. This gentleman ire well knew to be almost as much distinguished for versa tility ot pontics a3 ot laienu lie started in Me n whig; was afterwards a Ttler man; ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 8 January 1854

" W A STTVTT T.T7.' n jrx. kj jlx y j. it J- jl SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1853. ADVERTISING. In one of the proverbs of Solomon, says the If ew Bedford Mercury, -we find the most comprehensive and satisfactory exposition of the philosophy of advertising, that ever was, or could be written, viz: There is that scattereth and yet increaseih, and there is that wiiblioldeth more than is meet, but it tendetn to pov erty. And the words of Paul to the Corinthians aptly express .the same idea: He whichsoweth sparingly shall reap also sparinglr;and lie whicn sowem oounxnuiiy snau reap also bountitully. The mends and acquaintance of Mrs. JIannWh Umierwooo Douglass, consort of Byrd Douglass, are requested to attend her funeral this morning at 11 o'tlock. -In consequence of the in clemency of the weather, the funeral service will take plaee at the Christian Church. Service by Rev. J. B. Ferguson. 1'UBMC MEETING: . Pursuant to previous notice, a public meeting of citizens of Davidson county was h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 8 January 1854

MERGHANDI'S; : Fall a ml ' Wi atei STOCK 0? 2Y GOODS AT XICHOL'S CORNER,, ' X. 18, CornerS-jnare i .iAriVi .Start, Nitk,nUr, Msnnue, J i TTAS receive.! his new lall Importations CI RICH AND i 1 1 I'.Lit.TjtA.A 1 fAl.l. A.1U i xj rw, uuuu.s, Ul WMCU be takes pleasure in inviting Ihe attention of friends :uid the public, feeling assured that lie-can offer as great bar gain as can be finind lit the citr, IN HICU FALL AX!) WINTER SILKS. Of tho latest Parisian styles, which are, lrtily elegSnt, u-f eluding's beautiful variety of the richest and ha'uil.-smest ; l'laid, Brocade, Blosx, Bayadere, Striped, National, KepJ,"" IM1U IT UlCIUU .3111.S, ilS ilOS ULYU 1U MILS CUV. New mill JJfiiutilul Parisian Plaids, Of cntireitew designs, nttli theliaiidsoiiiestaud menus r combination or colors, Including the gay, grave, rich and elepmt New unit Choice Frcueh Merinos. Tlie most desirable colors in maikei, embracing the most asuiouable shade's which the ladies will tin J beautiful. ELEGANT RICH DE...

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