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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 15 January 1854

a AMERI CAN. JLJ JU VOL. XXIV. NASHVILLE, TENN: SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1854. PI HI! p UNION AND AMERICAN. OiJFiCK No. 11, BEADERICK STREEtT -f ' 4 THE W.EEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single eopk-., ooe year in advance, fi 50; within the yeariS OOjattheend of the yesr f 4 00. Clubs Of fire and upwards f 2 00 ( ' per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re- ; ceived for sixtnontbs at the foregoing rates. " ' he TRl-WEEICLY is published every Tuesday rhuredj and Saturday, at ?S per annum in advance; if nuipoio n " drnuc, DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. tgJTIIE MONEY I M.L CASES TO ACCOMTANl ..STraSCRIPTIOJ - Remittances of subscript'.oM uuv ba taadc by mail i cur ri.fc pper will be feat cut of the State unions the order i3 ac companied with the cash. GEORGE W. COOK. iII0B3ZY AIIAVASJ) LAX J) AGENT. Woco Villase, Tpxa-t. WILL attend to the collection of debts, and the invtoti ' gallon and perfecting of land titles in Tera-s: BE...

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. — 15 January 1854

J. L. MAEUXQ, E. G. liST-iy, G.C. TOkBITT, II.C.C. C-UECB. Ft JOUN-L. JttARLINC & CO. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. t SUNDAY MORNING, JAN.' 15, 1854". See first Page. .ABSTRACT OF A HILL TO ESTABLISH A SYSTEM '. " OF COMMON' SCHOOLS. - A The bill introduced in the Senate by Gen. Polk, with the above tide, provides: lst. For the election of a superintendent by the . .Legislature to whom various duties are assigned in superintending the-system, among other?, the duty , -,of visiting each county, for the purpose of lecturing , on the subject of Common Schools of looking particularly into the operation of the system and reporting to the Legislature at each session. a- 2d. A tax. of twelve and a half Cents on the poll , and two and a half cents on the one hundred dollars Of taxable property of the State for Common Schools , 3d. Tho moneys collected under this act to be distributed annually among the different counties of - the State, upon conditions provided in the following section: . -4...

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. — 15 January 1854

Hi N-A-S TO-LL-Ev .SUNDAY MORNING, JAN. 10, 1834. ADVERTISING. i In one of the proverbs of Solomon, says the New Bedford Mercury, we hnd.fhe most comprehensive and satisfactory exposition of the philosophy of advertising, that erer wis, or could be written, vir There is that scattereth and ret increaseth, end there is that withholdelh more than is meet, but it tendeth to pov erty. . 1 And the words of Paul to the Corinthians aptly express the same idea: He which soweth sparingly shall reap also sparingly; and , he which soiveth bonnlitully shall reap also bountifully. B.vtke's Yotace to Europe. It will be ?ecn from our advertising columns that the price of ad ini?3ion to the beautiful Panorama has been reduced -to 25 cent. This will give every one a change to ,sio it and will gratifiy the heads of large families, who desire' to view this cultivating and instructive picture. No doubt the liberality of the Proprietor Trill be duly appreciated by our citizens, and we feci assured he wi...

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. — 15 January 1854

Be; as Fir J f 7 MERCHANDISE. Fall and Winter STOCK OF DBT GOODS AT KICHOL'SCOESl'B, Jo. 18, Corner Sjvort and Marled Strtet, Nasi mile, J TT is received bis new Fall Importations of RICH AND it JELEQAXTFALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which j Uwte pleasure in inviting the attention or friends and i jbs public, Teelins assured that be can offer as great bar- ireins as can be tonnd in the city, IN KICU FALL AND WINTER SILKS. Of the latest Parisian styles which are truly elegant, in eluding a beautiful varioty of the richest and handsomest ITaid, Brocade, Bidet, Bayadere, Striped, National, Repp,, and Watered Silica, as has been in this city. New nnil Beautiful 1'iirisiaii Plaids, Of entire new design, ilh the handsomest and richest cojjbinatton or colors, Including thegav, (rruve,xich and elegant. New und Choice French iUeriiios. The most desirablo colors tn market, embracing the most tsnionableLhades which the ladies will find beautiful. ELEGANT ItlCJX DELAINES AND CASH MERES, Of tba cboij...

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. — 17 January 1854

Ill i MV I fc 4 AT It A Ifnrk t . i r;T r H ll I I l I Q 1 111 I mil 1. II U" UW I 111 wiiimiiW1pjjiwwwwmmm1m . ....... ., . . ...nil iiniMi n ' ' . ( a , i W , VOL. XXIV. NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1854. m t rtr K 3 .fa? i mm UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE No. 11, DEADERICK STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one ' year iu advance. 1 50; within the year 8 00; at the end of,the year tl OiX Clbbs Of Sve and upwards $2 00 pdr.copy fof onoyear. Cbibs of subscriber's willbe re " ceived for six months at the foregoing rates, ha TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday "hnrsdsy - and Saturday, at 5 per annum In advance; if no' piia a ad ranee, JC. DAILY is published at Eight DoUara. t3&-TlIE MONEY T- VLL CASES TO ACCOMFANi SfJESCHIPTIOS .jS Remittances of subscriptions ma be taada by mail Ji our . risk. paper will be sent out cf the State unless the order U ac companied with the cash. GEORGE W. COOIC, ATTORNEY AT...

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. — 17 January 1854

MAiJ!.a x.a.ttsntiX, c. c tokbett, is. c a chuech- jOH-f X. MAR LING & CO., EDITORS AND JEBOPRUiTORS. .TUESDAY MORNING, JAN. 17, 1854. THE LIST OF LETTERS THK LARGEST CIRCULA TION. "We are very willing that our neighbor, the .Gazette, should have the benefit of the Post, Office " ''advertising, but -we are not willing lhat it should " mislead the public about the relative circulation of the papers printed at Nashville We know that we have the largest circulation of any paper printed in Tennessee, and a3 large, indeed, as any paper printed in the South. The circulations of the Nash ville Union and Nashville American, prior to the consolidation, were each at least equal to that of any paper in the State. The union of he two gave to the consolidated journal the " Union and. Ameri can" just double the circulation which either paper had separately, and since the union, this circulation has gradually and rapidly increased. Aa the best evidence of this fact, we refer to the increased f...

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. — 17 January 1854

N AS IV I LLEi 'TUESDAY MORNING, JAN. 17, 1834. AN INTERESTING EVENT. On Saturday last, the locomotive Ibnnesstt, Jons U.vbASTMAN engineer; crossed the bridge over the " 'Tennessee river, on the Nashville and Chattanooga v- Railroad. AVe regard this first crossing of the lo comotive over the Tennessee river as an event worthy to be noted for the information of those Jivho, jears hence, shall glance over our files to stu dy the enterprise of what will be to them "the old . eri times." llr. Eastmah, who made this crossing, - has now been in the employ of the company near three years, having commenced when the road was done but halfway to Mnrfrcesboro, has run a loco t motive over the road asfar as completed almost eve gy day in that time, and has never met with a sc , riou accident, by which life has been endangered. - "We understand that the cars will run through to Chattanooga to day or to-morrow. It is to be hoped "that a later hour of starting from Nashville will be v adopted, unl...

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. — 17 January 1854

IT f If 14 1 I c c a ii tl J - e nu COl Ml the T 0- ill U1W Na air Ul (ill: kll till tr. Mil III -Vl,i fr. iu CO r i CANDIDATES... fox snrnirr. J35TWe are authorized to' announce L. W." Tcsseu is a candidate for re-election to the office of Sheriff of Davidson county, at the next March election. 5aWe are authorized to announce Jons K. Eniiosusoif, candidate for the Sheriffalty of Davidson county. ; ! Lip H ... .nlk.M.Aj .. - 7 n i ... I MacandiaateforSherifffttthepn.quiniri.lw.tinn. " ' t35We are authorized to announce Willmv Ldtox. as & candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the ensuing election. J3f"We are authorized to announce E. B. EicxTrasa candidate for abend", at the ensuingelection. CLEItK OF TOE COCXTT COCJ1T. J55We are authorized to announce Josiau Feebis as a candidate for County Court Cleric at the ensuing election. jgf We are authorized to announce Felix R. Cbeatiuk a candidate for re-election forCounty Court Clerk at theen suicgelection. EgHYe are authorized...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 18 January 1854

0 VOL. XXIV. Oi'i'lCj: No. IX, DUADliUICK STK1JUT. THEWEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished lo subscrilKTs at the following rales: Single copies, one year ill advance, f 2 50; within the year 53 00; at the'end of the jrcisr $t 00. Cixnt Of five and upwards $2 00 er cojtr for o.ie year. Chios of subscribers will bo re fwveil fer si x months it the foregoing rates, he TKl-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday "hm-aday nd Saturday, at $T per annum in advance; if ne. paio a advance, ft!. DAILY in p-iblished at Eight Dollars. 2TTI1E MONEY f LL CASES TO ACCOilTANi SOHS0EIPTI0J ...g3 Remittances of subscriptions ma bs made by mail our rilr. paper will be sent out of the State unless the order Is ac companied with the curb. GKOItCU VT. COOK. ATT0BUEY AT LA W AKD L A N D AGEIi T. Woco Village, Tcxne. WILL attend to the callection ot debts, and the investi gation and perfecting of land titles in Texas; RKrERKXCra. Hon. O W. O. Torro.v, Hon. Natuax Guiex. " .li. G. M'KtXSLV, " R. L. I'mLST, ' R. ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 18 January 1854

v 1 m 1JW!1liLi-. . T oW ' ! TENNESSEE LEGISLATURE. jOHNTMXttLIG CO., EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. - i DAYjjoHXiyt-. JAN. 18, 1854. j r-We have several communications on file, ! WK we Trill pupHsbrt the earliest convenience. The length of our legislative reports, and the neces sity of keeping up with the current news, leave us but little space to devote to our correspondents at present We are always happy, however, to hear liom them, on subjects of public interest. PENNSYLVANIA AND GEORGIA TRUE. Pen-sstxyama. The attempt to organize a "Hard" parly in Pennsylvania has met with a most disastrous failure. Gov. Biolep., the favorite of the Administration Democrats for re-election to the high office he now hold?, received a triumphant vote or the Democracy of Philadelphia, (the prin cipal scat of the disaffection,; in their election of delegates to the State Democratic Convention. "This result," says the Phialadelphia-iirjtM, "makes his renomination a certainty beyond the possibility of a do...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 18 January 1854

NASHVILLE: WEDNESDAY HiORNING, JAN. 18, 1851. INSPECTORS OF THE PENITENTIARY. Anis Brow.v, Esq., Dr. B. W. Hall, and Isaac Paul, -Esq., were yesterday confirmed as Inspec tors of the Penitentiary, by the vote of all the dem ocratic Senators present, and two of the whig Sena tors. A motion to reconsider was made and re jected, and the clerk was directed forthwith to cer tify the fact to the Governor. NEW TRIAL. "We learn that CoL Sam'l. Rocker, convicted of murder in the second degree, last week, in thecrimi nal court, : t Murfrecsboro', has obtained a new tr'a' It appears that one of the jurora had, previous to the trial, expressed an opinion unfavorable to the pris oner. TnE -Eolian iliNSTRFxa. There is no mistake in this band of minstrels. It ranks with the very best we have ever listened to. The music is well ar ranged, the singing excellent, and the fun uproari ous. They come among us so modestly, determm ed to rely upon their own merits, without prelimi nary palling, that the 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. — 18 January 1854

t JL r t, 5 ' At J I CANDIDATES . rou enERirr. TWe are authorized to announce L. W. Fcsssl. as' a candidate for re-election to the ofticc of Sheriff of Davidson county, at the next March election. r3We are authorized to announce Jonx K. Edsiokdsox, - . . . . ., . , i, pn i .. ,. a candidate lor me ouenuaiiy 01 uai rason couoiy. V e are authomed to announce txocu Cukxixgilui, i as a candidate loronenu at irieensuinrr lfvfe are authorized to announce William Lt ox, as a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the ensuing election. j3f"We are authorized to announce E. B. Biolit as a candidate for sheriC, at the ensuingelcction. CLERK OF THE COUSTV COURT. I3?Weare authorized to announce Josi.ut Fehkis as a candidate for County Court Clerk at the ensuing election. 235We are authorized to announce Fklix K. CnEAmtu a candidate for re-election for County Court Clerk at the en suing election. i5 We are authorized to announce Isaac M. Josej a can didate for County Court Clerk, at the nex...

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. — 19 January 1854

i, - , . i v- - . : .-. ....r.. .-, Jtmfr 71 H 21 VOL.. XXIV. - NASHVILLE, TENN: THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1854. NO. 202. ci t i irj ct r.i i Gift i imm n aWf p.a nri i hi 1 mm mm mm mi -9 a i i tn f m I w a-t am i mm i jm i mo. r.j tii sj i mm. tw mm mm. mm jm m - n ih. afc in i i va vt n w i j a i vi r-M w tvi i m o i i u n n i ljb wi . j HI I 1 VI U Wf I W s . . JIJM I . Ml f LV I t rH I I ID f 1 Vl 1 IW I -s, ' JL. 1 s S A u i I 1 55S y I U.S I W K?J H4I HHhfl X I W I W M &. D i to-. Si, UNION iVNIAUlICAN. OFFICEVo. lTDEADERlCK STREET. " '"- THIS WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Id furnished " to 'subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one ' year in advance . 2 S, witliin the yearf3 00; at the end of the year if 1 di Cums Of five and upwards J2 00 ' ' jer cpy ''' ,ie vear. Clabs of subscribers will be re ' ' 'eel red fcr sii montlis it the foregoing rate "he TRI-VTEEKIiY ij published ereiy Tuesday "hursdur and Saturday, t 5 par annum in advance; if nu paia a , advance, DAlL...

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. — 19 January 1854

. .'. : 1. 1 MiRLINO, K. C. EASTIJAX, Q.C. TOHBSTT, M.C. C CUUBCn. JOHN L. iUAUtlMJ At CO.,' EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. "THURSDAY JVORNING, JAN. 19, 1834. 7T THE NEW YORK HARDS" IX OOXGRESS. -Tiia -New York "hards" have succeeded in get ting their quarrel nib Con-res?, and in getting it kicked oufasain. The history of the tremendous demonstration which the whig, abolition, and "hard" '"letier'"vriters told 113 they were going to niake, may lie about as briefly written as was that oT an- Jtlicr event, of wliich it was said ' The King of France, with fifty thousand inoa, Marched up the hill, and then marched down again !" The history of the "hard" movement in Con- -press-is this: Mr. Ccttivg, a "hard" represeuts ',, . livii. in Congresi from New York city, introduced ' "resolution of inquiry, touching the removal of J Collector JJitoN'sox. The resolution came" up for ' consideration on the 4tli, the author remarkuig that the timj had not come for discussion, demand f. I the previous que...

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. — 19 January 1854

N1THY I LLJE: .Ta TJITJUAOAY JUORIYIXG, JAN. 19, 1851. Tbfevoiilested election for Mayor of South wfe 5a?lirile, takes place to-day, , 1 s , . .!3?ZTlat floating..palace, the steamer America, 'leaves tp-tlay for New Orleans. SSThenrje passenger steamer, Nashville, Capt ' BeixsxtdeEj dpparts'thls morning at 10 o'clock for her ilestinat:on 'New Oileans. , , . 1 he -riiOLt Hie concert ol this line corps -' Avas listened to by a fine audience last night, cou .. .sidering the state of the weather. Everything went o(T to the entire satisfaction of all present This company is certainly among the best we have ever had in Nashville. The fascinatins dances of i .1a Petite Azalene "brought down the house." The" '"droll and quizical appearance of "Old Bob Ridley" u .!caiweil our suspender buttons to be in imminent ' danger; while the melodious notes from the magic -Hate of Mr. Moose were truly bewitching. Mr. .Deavls also comes in for his meed of praise. As a vocalist, he is rarely surpassed. H...

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. — 19 January 1854

TBS- 4 k CANDIDATES . -"7 roa. sheriff. candidate for rejection to the-oilice of Sheriff of Davidson coacty. Jit the next Alaten election. fST"Vk"e arc authorized to cniuraneo Jonx K a candidate for the SjicrifiUty tf Davidson county, t5i? Wc are autuoroen to sunounco l-jrocu Bit a candidate for Sheriff at theensuinsr election. 23"Wo sire authorized to annouuee William Ldton', as acatididate for Sheriff orDavidsdn county, at the ensuing election. 7-jjfWc arc authorized to announce E. Ii. EiGLrr as a candidate for sheriff, at the ensuingclection. cixrur or toe cocntt cocut. SS-Wc "re authorized to announce Josi.xir Fitnsra as a candidatefor County Court Clctk at the ensuing election. JgfWe are authorized to announce Felix li. Cheatham a candidate for reflection for County Court Cletkat Iheen suing election. are authorized to announce IsiaoM. Joxrs a can didate for Co.inty Court Clerk, at the next March election. ' rott COUNTY TP.USTEE. "5""F" We tro authorized to announce Jonx Rains ...

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. — 20 January 1854

H 2 15 1 u.yoL. xxiv. NASHVILLE, TJENN: FJRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1851. -M5n rlLLfe- ..iiJNAOJM 1 AND MERITA-IV.' ' " ' !NTOr203. IK "I" I UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE-No. 11, DEADER1CIC STREET. -llKAVKEKLY UXIOXAXD AMERICAN la furnished - "to'trabscribers at tlic following rates r Single copies, one' e'' -""'yeaHuadriticc. i- 5; within thoyeariS 00; at ttie end of the year il 00. Olcbs Or Are and upwards fi 00 tier copy for one ye.tr. Clubs of subscribers will be re ar, a;-' sceirM for six month at. thu foregoing rates. "'" bo TRI-WEEKLY is published eTery Tuesday "hursday - rjid Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; ir m..paio a -j.a' . advance, ?5. of '' DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. i -tarTHE MOXEY Ic VIA CASES TO ACCOMTAXi ' " SirBSCRII'TlOJi S2 .WILmIttn.9 of snliscrmunns maw ba liaue by mail a. our ' "- riiV. paper will be sent out of tlie Stale unless the order Is &: eompanied with the cash. ciioiicn w. cook. ATTORNEY AT LA W AND LAN D AGENT. H'ucu Village, Tcxa. T"7TLL ...

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. — 20 January 1854

ii- r . y 1. L. II AttLIXC, t G. EA3TX AV, . a TO KB ITT, M. C'C CHURCH. J.OU.W-X. 3IAKLIXO. & CO., . , -EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. riUDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3,0, 1854.. -GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Gov. Johnson sent a message to the Hbim on "Wednesday, in reply to a lejolution inquiring into 'T.ift ..;.... rt.. : t i. t-.i the reasons of the issuance of bonds to the East Tennessee -and Georgia Railroad" Company. We shall of course print this message as soon as Sve get a copy. As we .ate eatisGed of the correctness of the course of the Governor in this matter, we have " no doubt that his message gives satisfactory reas- '. ' ons for that course. , The action of the House was singular in themat- ' ter. Mr. Bailet, who moved the resolution, was : not put on the select committee to which the mes ' . . cage was referred, nor was any East Tennessee member placed upon it. The Uousa refused to rlffct irt and tlie nest day ordered it printed. - Tho select committee is, we believe, virtually dis ' s...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 20 January 1854

; 0 A. v. NASHVILLE: FRIDAY JiORNING, JAN. 23, 1851. Wo have on hand, and will publish in a , . day or two, the remarks of Mr. Hebs, of Lincoln, in the IIou'v, on tlio ICth, on the "Omnibus bilL" . , Groceries at Auction. Remember the auction '.24 . k : ' sale ol Urocenes this morning by ii. is. t itEXcn & Co. ' OPINIONS OF THE SUPREME COURT. HETORTED BV D. K. CLAICOILNE, ESQ. ' 'Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company, vs. joiin .UaS-iiNO. opinion uy ouuge uarutiiers. Law or Coiimo.v Carriers Evidence. This L " This action was brought to recover damages for a S2noU3 injury sustained by the detendant in er . . ,ror, a jtassenger, from a collision with a cow, which threw -off the car in which he was ridim. Tho -' road was incomplete, and only used apart or the way from Nashville to Murfreesboro'; merely to facilitate the construction of tho road, by transpor- i . ting the iron mid oilier mateniis trora the termi nus at Nashville east, as they progressed with the - ' work. But ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 20 January 1854

if. .-" - . v.- m r CANDIDATES . J TOIL SIIEKIfT. .EWeMp authorised lo announce L. W candidate ibr re-election to theollice of Slicri "' County, st'tben&t March election. Fcssel, as a Sheriff of-Daridson '-"WeareaathorizedtoannouncoJoiis K. Eovokdsox. acaudidateforlheSheriffaltyofDaridsouoounty.. . SSfWc ore authorized to announce Ksocu Ccsxixgiiav, .as a candidate forShci iff at -the ensuing election. , ,E3?"Weare authorized to announce Wiluav Lctox, as acandidateforShcria'ofDavidsou county, at tlie ensuinc election. ' h are authorized to announce E. B. Biglst as a a.' candidate fur sheriff, at the ensuingelection. CLEIEK OF THE COUN'Tr COUIET. SfW'e are authorized to announce Josiah Fekrh as a .- candidatefor County CourtClerfcut the ensuing election. !3yWe are authorized to announce Feux It. Chzatuax a candidate for re-election fur County Court Clerk at theeu , ming election. . 53T" Wo arc authorized to announce Isaac M. Joxes a can didate forCounty Court Clerk, at the next M...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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