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

71 VOL. XXIV. NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY JANUARY 10, 18&t jUMONjMD AMERICAN. NO. 195. UNION AND AMERICAN. j u'i't'IClI-.Vo. 11, DEADL'RICK STREET. t : " " " " THE "WEEKLY" UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished in i,KsrrurMthn following nt! Kimrlc mniot one I..,,,. Ms,i.-;iMn Mrt..ii..nJ oT the'year ?t 00- Clcbj Of fire and upwards S2 00 per copy fur one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re- ceived for six months at the foregoing rates. be TRItrnEKLY is published. erry Tuesday :tmrsdy and Saturday, at $5 jer annum in advance; if m..paia .a advance, $o. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. t3fTHE MOSEY X ' LL CASKS TO ACCOMTASx SrJBSCRIPTIOS S1 Remittances of subscriptions ma? bs nade by mall J, our risk. paper will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac companied with the cash. .'in. Powder. T.OWDER Tennessee Rifle, in quarter, half and I whole kegs. Tonnes Blasting, in keza and barrels. A full !upp!y,ofithe above description of Powder, war-- ranted equal o any in lue raarKet, ...

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. — 10 January 1854

r r.'v rv uitcoatik S. U UABUXG, E. O. lASTHAJf, 'a. C. TOBBETT, M. C. C. CUCECUf JOHN Jj. MAKLINKiii CO.. EDITORS KD rROPRIETOBS. TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY-10,U854 E.'Othet engagements have prevented us re- ping.'inVuiV morning's paper, to theJ5czwne'.last articleTon the subject of the bonds issued by Gov. Joussok to the East Tennessee and Georgia ltail road Company. To morrow we-jrjll give it a pass- ingrnotice.. ' 'INSPECTORS OF THE FKSITENTIARY. . , 4 It.willbo seen from our1 legislative reports that the Governor has witlidrawnhisnoniihations of Tn spectors of the, Penitentiary. The nominations wero confirmed, and tlie' Inspectors went on to' elect officers of 'the Penitentiary. But there being some dissatisfaction on the part fit the Governor, witlr -their appointments, before the expirationof two days a motion. wis made to reconsider the vote confirming them; which motion prevailed; and the Governor yesterday notified the Senate tbat the nominations were "withdrawn. FRENCH 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. — 10 January 1854

so , .- A- NASIIYILLE: TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1854. ' ADVERTISING. In one of the proverbs of Solomon, says the New Bedford Mercury, we find the most comprehensive aud satisfactory exjiosUion of the philosophy of advertising, that CTer was, or could be written, vie There is that scattereth and yet increasefh, and there is that withhaldetb more than is meet, but it U-ndeth lo poverty.- " And the words of Paul to the Corinthians aptly express the same idea: He which sowelh f paringly shall reap also sparioglv; and he which so'weth bountifully shall reap also bountifully. DECISION'S OP THE SUPREME COURT. 4m Circuit Law. A. if. Savage, adra'r vs Hale and Coggin Opin ion by; Judge Carutliers flTErmlng judgment below. Statk. "Archibald Quarles vs Slate Opinion by Judge Tottcn, reversing judgment and remanding case for new trial., Otii Circuit Law. E. H. Childress vs" E. W. Hickman Opinion by Judge.Caruthers, reversing judgement and dismis v sing petition. L-Ar. Jufsell, sheriff and a...

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. — 10 January 1854

V Mi 1 .4 Fail und Waater. STOCK 0? DSt GOODS T XICUUL'-SCORXEK.- Ojrntr Square and larlel SlrettrJSuthnUe, yuare anauriM .Mi-erf,- tAinkciUt, us uew Fall Importations of RICH AND ALL AND WINTER GOOOy, to w!iich r HAi received tus ue ELEU ANT FALL lie takes pleasure in invitinc tUe. attention of friends and the public, feeling assured that he can offer as. great bar gams as can be found in tho. city, IN RICH FALL ANLVWEYTER SILKS. Of thelatest Parisian Myles; which are truly elegant, in cluding a beautiful variety of the richest and handsomest' Plaid, Urocade, Bio; c, Btyaderc. Striped, Natioual, Hern, 1 n - . i . .it., . . i i! : .. .it . and-iVateied bilks, as has been, in this citv. Jfrw ana -Ji'aiiJil'ul Parisian Plaids, Of entire ueiv ceaigns, it!i tlie handsomest and . ricilest Custitvixeios of colons, tiicludiog ihegA, grave, rich and tlegant. New aul Choice Frcneli Merinos. The mostAiesintble colors in market, embracing the most b-tsionkble tbatdea svhiehlhe ladies will tind...

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. — 11 January 1854

AMER '1 .a im i ICAflt U ' i 11 A IT VOL XXIV. NlON AND iIEE,ICijST. NASHVILLE,;TENN;iWEDNESDAY, JANUARY!, 1854. , . - Q. 195 i "3 m. YD St Ol'FICE No. 11, DEADERICK STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AME1UCAN Is furnished to subscribers at the following rites: Single copies, one year in advance. $2 50; within the year f 8 00; at the end or the voir $1,00. Clues Of fire and upwards 2 00 jer copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for six nioutbsat the foregoing rate. be TRI-WEEKLY Is published cvrj Tuesday rhursdy and Saturday, at $3 per annum in advance; if in.: pJtia ,a advance, $(!. DAILY U published at Eight Dollars. "tue money 1 ll cases to accomfan1 subscription Remittances of subscriptions ma bo taade by mail our risk. paper will be sent cut of tlie State unless the order Is ac companied vilh the cash. 'AiiikK Aiinn E3dwr"5 . u POWDER- Tennessee Rifle, in quarter, half and whole kegs. Tennessee Blasting, in kegs and barrels. A full supply of the above description ...

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. — 11 January 1854

4 3. L. XaaUIKQ, E. O. ZASTMAX, 0. C T0S3RT, K. C. & CIIUKCH. JOHN I.. MAULING & CO. ED1TG&3 AND PROPRlTORi WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAN. II, 1851. THE ISSUANCE Br TIIE GOVERNOR1. OF STATE BONDS TO THE EAST TENNESSEE AND GEORGIA RAILROAD COMPANY. The limner, of this rity-j very unwisely as "will appear in the sequel, compels us to notice its criti cisms upon Gov. JonNsox.and incidentally Attorney General Swak. We have, since noticing this sub ject some days since, made ourselves thoroughly familiar with it by an examination of the documents and inquiries ia the proper quarter, and our state ments of facts the Banner may rely on. In the Grit place, we must put tho Banner right so far as relate-? to the two important, but extrinsic, facts upon which it hinges its lucid interpretation of the act of 1852. In its leader of the 4th instant, which we wsre so "modestly censured by the editor for not republishing, it is assumed in the outset, as the basis of the entire argument, that i...

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. — 11 January 1854

ft v t M - Hi NASHVILLE: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAN. 11, 1854. " OUR LEGISLATIVE REPORTS. "We announce, with pleasure, to our friends in te Legislature, and to that large class of our rea- ders-who feel an interest in legislative matters, that p5i'e have made such arrangements as, ive hope, will enable us to furnish in future more extended and accurate reports of the proceedings in the two hou ses. We have secured the services of ilr. II. 0. Maecell, a gentleman of considerable experience in the reporting business, who will hereafter report in the Ilouse, and with additional force in the Sen ate, we trust our reports will, from day to day, be fully equal to the Importance of the business tran spiring in the two houses. Our report of yesterday's proceedings in Hie Ilouse will be found quite full and interesting. It will be seen, that the bill to secure to married women their separate property was discussed at considera ble length, and finally defeated. We regret to re cord this result, f...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 11 January 1854

MERCHANDISE r STOCK OF DRY GOODS AT SlCllOL'SCOHSBR, i V v, -- , , . , j, , . , . -,...,,, .. V.V,. iij. 13. Go'ncrStuare and Mjrirt Street ATjArfZiV Jr,: . . 4 . i , T. ' a "YT- rettivedliiJ ocwVaH Irano'rC'itir,usif RICH AND t i ij441.jj.-i,., . A ojiu .4.44 ii 1.4 .141. UVS4SIJ.7, oj .144.44 he i&Vej nl?a5urc in invitim- Ilia ht&ntion of fni-uiis and the jmblicf feeling-aRstirciI thit he "can olllr" as great liar-' gams ai can ue louua m tlie .aty. m Jiit;u rAtii .vau.Hwi Jsii mijiuj. i Oi the West ParisUn styles, which are truly elegant, ;n- j eluding u beiatifnlrariety of tTie richest and liaudsoin&st: Pliid.Drocadf.Bloc'X ltiyidere, Strijsd; National, Repp, aud Watered SilkB, as has been in thU city. New and' Beautiful Parisian IMai'ds, Of entire nevr designs, n ith the tiandsotneet and 111C1IEST COJIUIX.V.T1UN OF COLORS, . Inoludinihegay, grave, rich and. elegant. Kew txai ftioice-l'rcECli. JUeiinus. - The most desirable colors in market, embracing the most 8snton...

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

- - "v'- D AMERICAN " 1 .nil i- -' ' - i- INI 555 NASHVILLE, TENN.THtJRS DAY, JANUARY 12, 1854. 'VOL. XXIV. ml mi UNIONAgX) AffipiCiVN. OFFlCENo. iITdEADERICK STREET. THE .WEEKLV UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to. subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one 'rcarinadranee. $2 50; within the yearf3 00; at the end of the year M- 00. Clods Or fire and upward f 2 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 Cbursdny and Saturday, at ?5 per annum in advance; if nt..paia a , advance, 6. -DAILY i published at-Eight Dollars. ETTHE MONEY I ALL CASES TO ACCOMYAN'l SUBSCRIPTION Remittance of subscrintiona ma. bo wade bvtnail A our risk. paper will be sent out of the Stale unless the order is ac companied with the cash. "'ffesnaaessee Powder. POWDER Tennessee Rifle, in quarter, half and wholekegs. Tennessee Blasting, in kegs and barrels. A ful! supply of the above description of Powd...

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

! nr. 3. L. V1SLI0, E.O.SASTMAK, G. C TOEBXTT, M. p. C. CDt'ECH. . JOHN L. JfARLOG & CO. EDITORS AKD PKOPRrETOKS. . THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 12, 1834. THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS TO - TUB EAST TEN- NESS EE AND GEORGIA RAILROAD. We do not resume this subject with the iJea that Gov. Joirssos's course in issuinglhe bdndsiri' ques tion needs any defence. The opinion ofi the Attor ney General will convince every.body, who" docs not go ' outside of the act," of the propriety of tho action of the Governor.- ItM3 because the Bin ner has opened a discussion "outside of the act," which was alone Gov. Jpnssos'a guide, that we deem it proper to pursue the matter a little farther;, and to add a few thoughts to our artiele of yester day. It has been observed, of course, that the Banner bases its chief arguments upon the construction which lias been given to tho act of 1652 by the Governor and Attorney General upon facts " out side of the net itself." The most important of these facts, in the estimati...

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

1M J i N ASHY I LLE: THURSDAY MORNING1, JAN. 1U, 1854. COMPROMISE BEATEN'! . .AVc learn, through a private dispatch to a gentle man in this city, that Compromise, the favorite Tennessee racer, was badly beaten by UljUander, at Augusta, Ga., on Monday last. The purse was for $5,0i)0 aside. Wjs shall give the particulars from our Augusia papers. . . -I$rt6vAL. Tt will be seen by referring to our ad :, "yertising colninnfl, that Messrs. Joiin York &Co. ' have 'removed from theirold stand to the corner of . "Onion and Cherry streets, opposito the Bank of "Tennessee, "where they have on hand their usual -variety of 'Books, Stationary, and fancy, goods which they are selling at reduced prices. Give them a call. The Sre.oirr. Wm. Garvin. This popular craft which standsunrivalledforsupcrioraceommodationF, speed, safety and gentlemanly officers, we learn leaves Louisville this day, (Thursday,) for Nashvi'le, and will leave Nashville for Louisville, on Tuesday next AVc advise passenger, w...

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 January 1854

MERCHANDISER Fall and Winter STOCK OF DRY GOODS AT JilCBOl'SCOEXEB, JV. 18, Corner Sjuare and Market Street, NaehttHe, ". HAS received his new Fall Importations of RICH AND ELEGANT FALL AND WjNTER-GOODS, to which ha takes pleasure in inviting the attention of friends and the public, feeling;tssm-ed that he can offer as great bar gains as cm, be toutd in ibe city, IN RICiLHrAJ.I. AND TOTER SILKS.. Of the latest Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, in dfiding a beautiful Tarietyof the richest and handsomest Plaid, Brocade, Blosi, Bayadere, Striped, NattouaL Repp, tad Watered Silk, as has been m this city. New and Beautiful Parisian Plaids, - Of entire new desigus, with the handsome-it and JUCHEST COMBINATION OF COLORS, Inoludiog the gay, grave, rich and elegant. New nuu Choice French Alerinos. Tho moot desirable colors in market, embracing the most tsaionable shades which the ladies will find beautiful. , , KLfcGANT RICH DELAINES AND CASH MERES, Of the choicest patterns and roost...

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. — 13 January 1854

r-i-xp. mm iSSWP? ,ra . 4S i "3T 4d sn as s ' vol. xxrw NASIxYILLE, XENN: FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1854- AND AT NO. 197. ii- J A. '-ti. ii: UNION AND AMERICAN. "oH'lCKilTviixO ERICK STREET. THK WEEKLY' UNION AND AMERICAN Is famished io subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one . year in advance, fi 50; within the year Jo 00; at the end cif the vear ?1 iR Clces- Of five and upwards J2 00 pi.,i,.ftt,i,. r;ill.n I may l.e placed astoltsstfely. In cases of Impotency, He Clubs of Subscribers Will he re- ,;,, lMrHnr..l SLB.lllllv.MHnstrastlon.r.SnonrHii- ' pr copy for one year. ce'ved (or sixmonths at tbe foregoing rales, "h'e TRI-"VVnEKXT 5s published every Tuesday rhur?dy and Saturday, at if 5 per annum in advance; if rn.tp.iia a ' advance, to. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. 'erTHE MONEY I- LL CASES TO ACCOMTANi SUlWCUIrTIOS 3 Remittances of subscriptions mav bs uade by mail our .. risk. paper will be sent out of the State unless the order Is ac companied v, ith the cash. ...

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. — 13 January 1854

ft J. L. U AEUXO, K. G. EAST AS, O.C. TOKBCTT, V.CC. Oft'tCH. JOHS X,. 1IAULIXU &. CO., EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. FRIDAY JkORNING, JANUARY 13,1854 V. find in the Winchester 7n(t aj tirade aratnst Nashville 'and Nashville mn, into -which the editor has been led by our announcement that "Nashville had been tmo to herself and to her friends" in the Ute vote cast here for Directors of 1 tlieT. & 0. Railroad. The Winchester pan is pnperly iudignint that Nashville hat the State ";Hous?, IUtik, Penitentiary, and Asylums, within or - near its limits, and threatens to make certain men about Nashville feel the power of "outside influ ' ence." This fellow's threats and his low prejti- dices are alike beneath contempt, and we would "not notice them but that we desire to state a few '-facts, that liberal-minded and tcdl-meamtig men may 'not bs deceived. Prejudices against tlie capital of "va State always will exist. There are certain minds : incapable of any other feeling than that of env...

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. — 13 January 1854

in r, . i-.. u.iT-. V 1 r I J ' - ' " ,.,. IMM MJIMI-fc ! - - ... 1 N A S H V I Ix L I'EIDAY MORNING, JAN. EI, 1851. ADVERTISING. In one of the proverksor Solomon, gars the Keirjiidford Mercurv, we find the most comprehensive and satisfactory exposition of the pbiloophy of advertising, that ever was, or could be wiitfcri, vie There is that scattercth and yet increaseth, and there is . that withboldeth more thauis meet, but it tendeth lopov-, eny. And thfi words of Tanl to the Corinthians aptly express the same idea: He which sorrelh sparingly shall reap also sparingl r; and he uich fowcti Iwuuiifully shall reap also bouulitully. Tiio Winchester Indejendeiit, which de- votes its editorial columns to abuse and misrepre entation of 'Nashville and her citizens, has of lato .received the lulkof its advertising patronage from thi3cit3r. Tlie number of that paper which con tains the article wc notice elsewhere, also contains xix columns of XashviUe advertisemer.ti, which the press here has...

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. — 13 January 1854

r t 4 6"' . MERCHANDISE. Fall and Winter STOCK OF DBY GOODS AT NICHOL'S CORSER, Xo. 13, Corner Sjuxre anil Market Street, XashviVe, TTAS received his new Fall Importations of KICH AND JUL tliLU.Ul t ALI, A.MJ WIMt.ll (JUUUS, to WlllCll iui lakes pleasure in inviting the attention of friends and the public, feeling assured that he can offer as great bar gains ns can be foend in the city, IN RICH FALL AND WINTER SILKS. Of the latest Parisian styles which are trulv elegant in cluding a beautiful, vanity of the richest and handsomest ( Plaid, Brocade, Bhsx, lUvndere, Striued, National, Repp, ' vmu tt weieu oiio, us uo oeeu in mis cny. New iiutl Beautiful Parisian Plaids, Of entire new iles'gus, ith the handsomest and RICHEST COMBINATION OK COLORS, Including the gar, grate, rich and elegant. New and Choice Freuoh Merino1,. The moat desirable colors tn market, embracing the most asaiouableshadus which the ladies will liud beautiful. ELEGANT KICK DELAINES AND CASH MERES, Oftbocluiicestpatt...

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. — 14 January 1854

- .J I ir b I . 11 !-. -' M. WH 11, U Mnfei!!: .-JLiU lii MJ 1 NASHVILLE, TENN: SM-(jRDAY, JANTJARi t'.,,YOL. XXIV. 1 i 1 1 -VTA I 1 I J "i l"l L . X . .- S'." ""! !' " , U v r , 1 ' ' NO. 198. .0 ' t )' UNION AiSTD irEEIOAy. u erics So. n, deadericic street. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN I furnished to subscribers al the follotring rates: Single copies, one . year in aJ ranee. 2 SO; within tlie year $3 00; at theend '"of'tHe year $4 00. Cuius Of lire aud upwards 12 00 pec copy for oneyisar.ClubiGrsubscribars v'JI be re ceived for six inonths at the foregoing rates. ' he TRI-WEEKLY is published evsry Tuesday rhursdsy and Saturday, at f 5 per annum in advance; if nuipaia d id msec, IS. . DAILY is i.ublisbed it Eight Dollars. '13?THE MONEY 1 VLI. CASES TO ACC0rAN suRSCRiraosi j3 Remittances of subscriptions mat be i.ado by mail at our t . risk. I apcr will be sent out of the State unless the "order is ac companied with the cash. v georgk av. cook, ATI02i;SY AT LA W AMD LAND AOEHT. ' W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 14 January 1854

J. I MAEUXO, S. O. EASTMIS, O.C TOttBETT, H .cacntJKcnf' - JOHN I.. 3IAELIKG & CO. EDITORS AKD PROPRIETORS. ' SATURDAY MORNING, JAN. 14, 1854. XII E ISSUANCE OF B0ND3 TO THE EAST TEX NESSEK AND GEORGIA RAILROAD. ! Our articles on this subject have elicited replies 1 ? from both the Banner and the True Whig. Itrmnst create some merriment With the legal profession of (he State to witness with what facility the editors r.w. nan-rs exoound statutes. They pitch jn, Svhh as much adf-sM irance as if they.had made- themselvea majtcrs of all laws ol all tne uooks wjucb. ' fin the shelves of lawyers. Perhaps the Leg.sla ' ture, upon witnessing the brilliant exhibit Uiey have made of their profundity, may th.nt ,t advis able to constitute them a judicial tribunal, to which appsals shall be taken from the decisions of Ereca - tive officers, so that their legal opinions may be . ..1. .! .!. thus all Questions of doubtful charac- i.;nff tlu interests of the State, maybe - settled in a manner ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 14 January 1854

1 i 4.- N A SHYILLE: SATURDAY MORNING, JAN. 14 1854. PENITENTIARY INSPECTORS. It will be seen, by reference to the Senate pro ; eeedings, that Gor. Johnson has nominated a new board of Inspectors for the Penitentiary, consisting of Ai9 Brown, Esq., Dr. II. W. Hall, and Isaac Paul, Esq. The two first are democrats, and the 71 latter a whig, and are all competent and reliable gentlemen. CITY COUNCIL. -AT the regular meeting of the City Council, on " Thursday evening, Tnos, J. Hailk and W. A. Olkxk were elected Tax Assessors for the year ' 1854. ' The High School was. on motion of Mr. Clai- borse, ordered to be known and styled as the "Hume High and Grammar School," as a token of the respect and appreciation of the virtues and mor al worth of the late Alfred Hume, Esq. Joes Reddick and James Hexso.n were elected day Policemen for the ensuing six months. Messrs. Goodwin, Petty, Davis, Earthman, Brink ley, Pettit, Marshall, Pecaud, Woodward, Hughes and Goodlett, were elected as night wat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 14 January 1854

if 1 r hi W 1 Y MERCHANDISE! Fall and Winter SIOCK 07 DRY GOODS r AT JflOHOL'SCOllJfER, ; 2&.13, Corner Square and MarZet Street, XaAtiUe TTAS received bis new Fall Importations of RICH AND J L t ... .. . . . .... rvTwStrraMt nn.riO . . V :..v. 1 he takea pleasure in inviting tie attention or friends and tbo public, fceUngiSMuredttiat he can offer .as great bar., cuius as can be found in the city, IN RICII F.U.LAJf6WB'TEB SILKS. OHbe latest Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, in--chidin a beautiful variety of the richest and handsomest FUid. Brocade, Blaci, lijyadere. Striped, National, Kepp, Watered Silts, cs his been in this city. . New and Beautiful Parisian Flaids Of entire new designs, with thohandsomestand RICHEST COMBINATION OF COLORS, Including ibe gay, graio, rich and elegant. New unii Choice French Aleiiuos. The most desirable colors in market, embracing the most Ln tenable shades which the ladies will find beautiful. "KLEGAXT RICH DELAINES AND CASfl AlERES, Of t...

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