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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 3 February 1854

a WKI fll ' J -j"ivfti team. :YQL. xxrv. SttVtelftE, TJENN: FRIDAY. FEBUUY J$f" 1? , i,m I n . is mi m m-ag c jooM?, m mm i I m -1. ncB'To tBiirtt KM JAI ,H-4 , i , M, J r , Vim' 3 ii ;uu i , .wct . . T : -- , -IjJ 1lliU tC-H. 1 V lit 9 UNION AND AMERICAN. "OFFICE No. I j ,.DEABERICK. STREET. THE WEEKLY UNUOXANDXMEBIOAX,-IfriirnUhed i)U)'imbcriberanthe.ruHaw!ng rates! Singlo copies, one ' year In advance $2 50; within the year J 00; il the end of the year 4 00.. Clubs Of five hud upwards 12 00 per copy.for 4ne year. -Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for six months at the foregoing rales. . heTUI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday Thursday uud Saturday, at fJ per annum m advance; if iK.paia a DAILY is published at Eiirlit Dollars "'",. tSTTHE MONEY I EL CASES' TO ACCOMTANi ""iJUBSCRIPTICOS . ff3 , Remittances of subscriptions nui.ba nado, by mail, at, our risk. , paper will be sent out of tueJSt&teunless Ihe order li ac companied with tho.cash.. I GEORGE W. COOK, 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. — 3 February 1854

it 1 & t. U MAELCO, E. O. tASTVAX, O. C. TOKBCTT, J. C (1 CUCIUsL SDITORajlSOROPRTCTORS.' FKIDAV5 MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1834. -irOLtiOYT' The paper maker having failed to furnish 113 with the proper quantity of paper in season, Ave were - Hihuble to:issue' 'our daily and tri-weekly! papers of ,,yesterday. -Wc learn that tho high water, for a "' welj'passeSjJiaa made it Almost impossible to get 'paper to Ihe city .from the paper mill, located some 1 'seren preight miles in the country. "Vb shalltake every precaution in future to avoid the necessity of ""another apology' of this character, 'as unplcfuant to ,us asltcan possibly be to our readers. TUE LAST GU.V.SPIKKD. For sometime past, the New York JTerald has " bWrfanxusinfilts readers with the charge. ihatjGen. .(Tieuce, in 184S, wrote aleiicr lo t!te Utica con r.uve'ntibmwhicli nominated M Aims "Van Bc'rtKN for"1 .President, ''sympathizing and concurring Tally in ajl thejhovcnients of 5"xlunra and his Treesoil ' "partizang in, ...

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. — 3 February 1854

- 1 " HI til " f(YAS A. T, T " lfr St.. rn .if it NAS ffTTt LE:' ."FRIDAY: MORNING,. ..FJBB. 3,; 1854. NEW BOOKS. i.csh Timb: By Joseph G.i Baldwin. Appltton & Co., J033. --- We have been presented with a copy, of the, t above work by W. T. Beret & Co., Booksellers, of -iiuscuy. to Ujemweleel obliged, not for Uib book - itself but for their kindly remembrance of us in the '.uS'T'VulJon of theirfavors. It would have .been better for the reputation of the author if he ha3 'any had he not "yielded to the solicitations 6f his own vanity, ana other uattennir friends" m nnb- - -tr. ,,.... . " . iiMlllli; uis Utile volume. Vn in il ln n nn: dcrstand why any man of common sense 'should 'i -:..i.i:'.t .' i. . i n.wv... . ti.jiuun3ii tuCn a siaie, liar, insipid book as tbii" lie must bcJtusJt indeed if he is not, we fear the llessrs. Aptletos & Co., will have to charge Prof- (it,and,Losswith the cost of printing mnleas) in- Oeed, iLat"cTrc,e of other flattering friends" should com...

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. — 3 February 1854

MIGELLANEOJIS TMSSOLUTION . X1IK CO. v NERhHlP VJ hcretofore.j'existinffriaflet .the-mame aud ,tylc of. b&n uc, x,lcisauii. was uiis aay aissoivcd oy mu tual consent, by tlnTtvithdravral of M Elsbacl.. The. buii i'Sf "tsss will be continued in future by tie remaining punier vvinderthestyleot LANUEiELSSACU.ArUb-rtilUiquidBte kUliabiliUestf the old first, A. ANDE, M. LSIUCH, . , s fPi All persons indebted to tlife late fir'-ntrc request d to call and make iramediat v pSytocnt to LANDK A'RLSDACn.iNtw. 48 and .SO Market ft CARD THAKKTUi; TO FRIENDS and ?be public for the liberal pHtrouago hcrctofote be H????11 fte -ktafirm, I rtspeetlully UoRf it Jhe same for nT succesibrs in tjoaihej. " " ' Jan4 A M. ELSBACII. ,3 E TIESFjECTl-'L'LLY jnlcrm our friends and the - V V public that weliave no on hand 1ai o-e 'an d well assorted ttocJt of Fur, Silk andSoft Hats; lien's and Boys'-'i vaHiiurra iuui vmiarens rancy, ilats ana Caps; jten t and Boya' Cloth, Tlusii arid "Fur Cups of every descr...

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. — 4 February 1854

MWWiWMKt.lWI illi.BIHM'1 1 IgJMMHPHIHW .ujmijiuis-uuuiw , V Ajsjj-y jHaflP un. n AMIS KICTIT J? vht yyto .a-x.i.; . ASTTVTTXE. TEN3ST: SATURDAY. PTCTOttat?vi 'xT" ' '"' "" ' ' zess V" UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE-No. 1, DgLDERICK STREET. U- ' :i il i' -m. ' i i :n - t m i 1 " .- 'J' t THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN-jtIj furnishtd .to ubar-rU-ersM iheJaUowug,rates;! Single, copies, ope tXWrJa.ailvance. f2 50; within .theiyear $3, O'itthed, of the, year ti 00.. .C.jb$ Of fiy- and upwrdsr$2 Jt)0. 1P? copy., pnejear. Qlubsof subscribers, will be re?, .reived for six months at the foregoing rate. T' . , be TRI-WEEKLY U published ef try Tuesday rht-rsdsjr .snd Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if nC.poia ,:a advnncc, 56. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. ErFTHE MONEYd ALU-CASES -TQ-ACCOMFAN Y SUBSCRIPTIOX .J -- J" ' Remittances of mibscriptlons'inaT-be iiado by mail our riefc. ' - paper will be sent cut of ' the Staleunless tHe order'ts ac companied with the cash. - ' GEORGE" W -COOK,...

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. — 4 February 1854

pi- m J. U UABUXO, X. G. tlSTHAX, a. aTORBirr, v. ci a cncixn. A JOHN L. MAULING & C O. .SET"! mw-t ".-.v.ri? -?w EDITORS AND FB.0PUIET0B3. Saturday" MORNING, FEB. 4, 1854. , NASHVILLE ANDHATXANOOGA RAILROAD. : : .Thi sixth, annual report of the Directors of this 'tod,..bsleen.somq .day3on but table. . . , , J?rom tJ:iSTeport we learn that'thb entire' cost of the rpadj euiptnents, Jand .damages, discounts.ori bndsoostocotlectingstbok, &vs,$3,713,93S 39- .Of- Uilssum, the actual cost of the road proper is iuw&lo'jje $2,1530,009 G3. ' t ' . yifoia the" report, pf the .superintendeiit .of.trans portatioh, yfo learn that the business of tbelast year ' wag as'ibllows: . ., , . . . i RECEIPTS.. -""reir$tf K2'4' ''Ol'JSfrtxV ; i TilulSerViek ' ' - ' '9.410 50 "' -I 197,73 r.xrESSES. . rvA.Virt;-tT Tr-nctifirtation. S32.021 14 Maintenance of Way, .- 2 480- .0 SLiintainciceorCara, VIJmI AlM 0i7.'ni 05,010 To vliich.hrAtbalaheeniilst . be.iitfded. the value of ;-.4,724TMid ofjW-oo...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 4 February 1854

The rJ!bi&&l6cten3faaat!nne!ika of a SATURDAY JHORNING, FEB. 4, I REPORTS OF OASES Amued isn uneiornciD w rai SCPiriE C0CET0FTK3CrSSE,DBMKa the riAEl' 18528 JUj; W-U. tswan, State Reporter. Jl Yonx. & Co., have presented us with the se cond volume of the above -reports. It is a volume of over, 700 pages, from the press ,qf McKisotk &. J4B01VX, the mechanical execution of which ,isvvery creditable. "The decisions in this volume are. many of'lh'cm, ofsthe first importance; and are reported" iua manner tun enough lor a tnorougn understand ing of each-case,- and vet so concise as to dispense" with atr Unnecessary' reading; A knowledge "of these decisions is almost indispensable to evpry, lawyer-m'tlic'State. 'Messrs.- Tons. Co., are the sole agents forthV, book in Tennessee, and all orders for it from a dis tance must be sent to them. They have also a'sup-v ply of ; the standard legal work', together with,an: assortment of a&opl books, stationeryt &a,,'at their n...

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

- m m MisCfeiiLAisrEous, ! -pISSOIiUTJO?i . THKCO.1- ui NKRSIIJI? L7 heretofore existing umjer the1 name and style of lNPE;JBSBACU A.OO., wi. this day dissolved bv nro tBslceaseuVhy. Ibe withdrawal ofM. Eibac. The" busi tieu will be continued' iu future bv the remaining parners, under the style ot LANDK AJJLSBaCII, who win liquidate till liabll'tiiea oi the old lira. a. JVM) Ev . m. lsbach, Ahvffle,Ja..4,18i4. ' D XSIUCU. P. S. All persons iaicbted.to tba late firm are request ed tocaUaad:mae'inimedi.UepaYmeaUo 41 LAKDK A ELSUACU..V46awl69MarketBt 6 AJtP. THANKFUL TO M FRIENDS "aiulibe public forftbe' liberal patronage heretofore be istoire J on 'tho' late firm, J JTtpsctlully solicit' tbe some for mrsuccessors in business., .janV' , T. . ' , M. ELSRACn. W E RESPEGTFU MA' lulorm our Trienda and ibei public that we lure now on baud a largw and troll n.finrtful ntwV tf Fill K,lW nA .fl Unto r,i onH Rv Oassiuiere Hats; Ohildreng' Fancy Hat and Cops; Men's and Uoy UloUi, Husband tar Cup...

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 February 1854

-csssoesstfs'iSagE&s . . , , """in hi '".winmi, .-.i "irfftiBriW'inirw-iB3rriiiafcVM-i-tTial- - NASHVILLE VOL. XXIV. NASHVILLE, TENN: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1851. NO. 2H, l.MON AND' AMERICAN. "W ill.iuaiil -mil j . , .' f imiimmm UNION AND AMERICAN. OFJFICJE ATo. 1 1, DEADEKICK STREET. THE, WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished . to .subscribers at the follpwing rates: Single copies,.one year ia advance. $2 50; within the year 1 3 00; at Uie'end of the yeir $4 00, Cures Of fire and upwards 12 00 : per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re- ceived for six months st the foregoing rates, -to TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday -hursd-y and Saturday, at f 5 per annum in ad ranee; if m..paia a advance, ?6. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. tSTTHE MONEY I LL CASES TO ACCOMTASi SUBSCRIPTI03 Remittances of subscriptions mat bo isade by mail ai our rit. paper will be sent out of the State unless Ibe order la ac companied with the cash. GEORGE IV. COOK, ATTOEHSY AT LA WAND...

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. — 5 February 1854

ju UAKLIXQ, K. a EASTHAS", O. C. TORBETT, K. C. C. CnUKCH., joiin i.'. marling & co. EDIT0U3 AND PROPRIETORS. ; "sIWdAY ilORSISG, FED. 5, 1834. ,v"DCr See first Page. A: FAIR PROSPECT OF SOMETHING FOR COMMON 7- SCHOOLS. Thc Senate yesterday passed a bill to establish "System 6f common schools in this State, on its third "and" last reading in that body. It had been tinder "discussion in that body two days, and several amendments had been offsred and debated. The previous question was yesterday called and sustain -and the bill as Teported by the select committee passed, with but a single amendment reducing tho poll tax to twenty-five cents. The bill which wo publish below, Is the one introduced by Gen. Polk, amended by striking out the provision for a super intendent of public instruction, and in some other unimportant particulars: 'a bill to establish a system or common schools IK TniS STATE. a Sec. 1. Its it enacted by the General Aseembly of tie Slate of Tennessee, J hat a tax ...

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. — 5 February 1854

1 NASHVILLE: SP.V MAY -KORSIXG , FEB. 5, 1854. THE CROWBAR LAW IN CINC1NNATL V3 take the following paragraph from the Cin cinnati Columbian cf Monday last We know no thing of the parUcularroeritsoftheso-caHed "Crow bar law," but wo are inclined to th'nk that any law which extorts from a broker twenty one thous and dollars in taxes must bo outrageously .unjust "We are particularly surprised that such a law should be enacted in Cincinnati, where a dollar is at least as big as a cart-wheel in any other part of the coun try: Tne Bask Tax Law Executed. Charles Thomas, Esq., the Treasurer of Hamilton county, together with the Chief Clerk, Mr. R.C Hazlewood, com menced on Saturday, collectingfrom thobankersand brokers their taxes, in conformity with the decision recently given by the Supremo Court., the points of which were published in the Columbian four days ago. The undermentioned banking houses and brokers, upon being called upon, paid over the sums annex ed : . BROKERS. Ellis & St...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 5 February 1854

r i 1.- .ii. I 1 bey- MSCELLANEOUS, 1-ISSOLUTION. THF.CO-r.vK'AA'EUfiHir heretofore existing under tha name and style or LiNDE, ELSBACH A CO., was this day dissolved by mu tual consent, Uj- the withdrawal of M. "Elsbach. The'busi ness'will bo continued in future !y tfco remaining parnciS, nnder the style ot LANDEAlJj3ACH,who will liquidate nil liabiliu'es of the old firm. A. ANDE. M. LSBACU, Nashville, Jan. 4,1854. 1) LSIIACH. I. S. All persons! adebted to the late fir-i are request ..ed to call nnd make immedia' e payment to LANDE A EL5HACH, No. 4Sand?.Q Market at. CARD. THANKFUL- TO ma friends and i!t6 public fur tb liberal patronage heretofore be Mowed on tlie. late firm, I respectfully solicit the same for mv successors in business, jani M. ELSBACH. Wli BESFECrFULLYinlormourfriendsaod tlio public that wo have now on hand ft large and well assorted stock of Fur, Silk nndSoft Huts; Men s and Boys .Cassimere Hats; Cliildrena' Fancy Hats and Caps; Men's .nj 1!-..' Hif.li and Fur Can...

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 February 1854

ASH VI 1.1 VOX. NASHVILLE, TENNrEES, FEBRUARY 7, 1854- NIOILAND" AMERICAN' " . - ,--- , i I.I mUl m imimimmmmmmnmmm jJjj - UNION AND AMERICAN Ol'FICE No. 11, OEADEUICK STKEET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AJ1EB1CXN la furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one rear in advance. $2 SO; within the year $3 00; at theend of the year $1 00. Clcm Of five and upwards ?2 00 per copy for one rear. Clubs of subscribers will be re-" ceived for six mouths at the foregoing rates. be TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; If m. polo. y advance, JG. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. 'J35TTHK MONEY! LL CASES TO ACCOMTAN1 'SUBSCKII'TIOS 3 omittances of subscriptions m7 bo tiaae by mail our risk. paper will be sent eui of the State unless the ordar is ac companied with the cash. GEOHKE W. COOK, ATT0BNEY AT LA WAND LA7JD AGENT. Woco village, Texa. T ILL attend to the collection ol debts, and the invest!- T T gaiion ana periecungor la...

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 February 1854

1 T. . L. VAHJ.I1M), K. fl. EASTMAN, O. C. rOKBITT, K. C. C. OlCtOl. JOHN L. MAHLISO & CO. - EDITORS AKD ritOPEIKTORS. ' " TUESNDAY MORNING, FED. 7, 1851. - DCT See first Page. EST" The communication of "JilanyDemocrats" will appear to-morrow. It was receivcd'too late for this day's paper. THE HOMESTEAD. - We notice, with pleasure, that our able represent-.. ntive from the Lincoln district, Hon. Georce . .Tomes, has prevailed upon the Hou3e of Represent ativea to make the two homestead bills reported by the committees on Land and Agriculture the special erderof the day for Tuesday, die 14th inst By resolu tion of the House, all debate on said bills will ter minate in committee of the whole on tho stale of the Union, on the 21st inst, when the committee will proceed to vote on the amendments offered. and afterwards report to tho House. VTc arc truly gratified to sec this decisive step taken, and now confidently expect the passage of one of these bills at the present session. The ...

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. — 7 February 1854

r NASHVILLE: TUESDAY -MORNING, JFEB. 7, ISS4. DR. DEWEY'S LECTORES-CHRISTIAN CHURCH. LECTUOE in TUXSDiT. FEB. 7. The Material World as the Theatre of the Great Design luBuapuiuuns 10 me end, numan culture" TUE DRAMATIC CLUB. The Club will play Evadne and Bombasia fTurioso, for the beneGt of the poor of the city, on "Wednesday (to-morrow) night Wo have no doubt that curiosity and charity, together with proper appreciation of the nieriu of the Club, will unite to fill the house. THE-EOLIANS Leave to-day for Murfrecsboro', and other towns on the lino of the Railroad. Wherever they go they deserve to bo well received, as they justly rank among the fiit companies of the kind in the United States. aTUESW1S3 BELL RINGERS Will shortly pay a professional visit to Franklin, Columbia, Pulaski and other inland towns in that direction. They are all they have been represent ed to be by the pres3 their music is as beautiful as it is peculiar, and we do not hesitato to promise our friends in the ab...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 7 February 1854

PROFOSALS FOU CARRYING THE MAILS, PROPOSALS for carrying the malls of the United States from the lt day of Jnly, 1854, to the 3t!. day of Juno, lHSS.lnelusire, in me eiaieoi int icvuncu at the Contract Office of the Pot Offlee. Department. In the City' of Washington, until 9 a m of 10th April, 1H54. r (to be decided by the 30iu April, 1854,) on the routes and I ID the time herein specified. 6450 From saHjriiie,Dy3ians.er .i;reei, lyree 1-pnn's, MuIloj's.Mltcheljfllleranllln.KjfM-and Wood burn, to Bowling Green, C4 niilcs and back, every v other day. Leave Sashvlllo erery other day at7 p m : Arrive at Bowllnz Green next day by C a ra ; - ' - 'LeavelJowilns; Gieen every other day at-2 am: v.'- r Arrire at Nashville bv 12 m. I I -frtSl rromjvashv.lle.b. Pleasant Reterat. HendersonvlllO, 1 r-aundersvilla. Gallatin, Greenwood, Hanna's, Rock Home, Ky., Scottivllle, Cedar Fprin, and Pageville, to Glasgow, &5 miles and back, erery other day. Leave Nashville erery other day at 7 p m ; x ...

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 February 1854

'JSfct' "WAS YOL. XXIV. NTASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY. 8, 1851., NO. 216. C I If 3? ! If l- i I" i -v nfEJNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE Ho. 11, DEADERICK STREET. THE WEEKLY UXIOX AXD AJIEUICAN la furnisbed to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one year in ad ranee. 2 50; within the year $3 00; at the end of the year $1 00. Curos Of fire and upwards J2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for sir months at the foregoing rates, ho TRI-WTXKLY is published every Tuesday Tharsdy and Saturday, at (5 per annum in advance; if nt. poia a adrancc, $6. DAILY ig published at Eight Dollars. t-THE MONEY XT LL CASES TO ACCOMFANl SUBSCRIPTION Remittances of subscriptions hut bo wade by nail ji our risk. paper will be sent out of the State unleaa the order la ac companied with the cash. GEORGE COOK, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND LAND AGENT. IVoco Village, Tcxar:. WILL attend to the collection ot debts, and the investi gation and perfecting of land titles iu Texa...

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. — 8 February 1854

J. I . U IKL1SG, E. G. Ei?TUi", O. C TOttECTT, U. C C. CHCECn. joiis'L. ar All ling & co. editors and rnoFiuETons. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEII. 8, 1851. THE DERATE IN THE UNITED STATES SENATE. 0.ir readers have gathered from our columns that ilr. Douglas, from the Committee on Territories in the Senate of the United States, has substituted for his fi.-.-t bill, organizing the Territory of Nebtaska, a liill organizing two Territoric3 Kanzas and Ne- br.is a. They both lie immediately west of the Sinte and rivet of Missouri. Kansas extends from the 37lh to the -JOtli parallel of north latitude, or 2 .73 miles. Nebraska extends from the JOtli to th 19.h parallel, or to British America, C23J miles. l.ith Territories extend vrest to the Rocky moun taiii3. Fort Leavcuvrorth is to be tlie temporary f 1 at of government for Kansas. The governor of Nebraska will convene the first legislative assembly at Mich p'acc ns rmy suit his pleasure. Too introduction of this bill has occasioned great cx...

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

t ft' NASHVILLE: "WEDNESDAY MOUSING, FED. 8, 1854. DR. DEWEY'S LECTURES CHRISTIAN CHURCH. LECTURE IV TIIUKSDAT, FEB. 9. Man's Physical Organization Ministry of the Senses and Appetites. A NEW COMB. We have received from the New York Comb Company specimens of the Combs which that com pany is now manufacturing from India Rubber. Their Combs are remarkable for their neatness and durability, and, if we mistake not, are destined to supersede the shell and horn comb. They possess greater elasticity, retain a higher polish, are not affected by grease or water, and consequently do not warn or snlit Tlr-snlps there advantages, tbo i -i w price does not exceed one-third the cost of sjjcll combs of the same quality. These considerations cannot fail to give them a wide-spread popularity. The "New York India Rubber Comb Company," is the only one in the world, and it possesses the exclusive ridit for the United States under Good- year's patent. We invite the attention of mer chants and others to ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 8 February 1854

I MISCELLANEOUS, -rVSSOIUTION .THE CD-i a Wi XEttMIl I tiul uau will be continued mfuhire br ILe remaining parr.ers. uud-r the syle ol LANDU A ELSJaCIL who will liquidate id! liabilities of the old firm. A. AX DE, si. lsbach, Nashville, Jan.4,lS31. 1 LSUACU. 1 S.-iAU persons indebted to Ihe lato Cr,n are request cJ u Ck'.l and mike immcdiat e natraent to . . . ....... . ........ ... .l I . 1 f . r'.'Dt el "1 A ItD. THANKFUL TO M FRIENDS md Ihe public for the liberal patronaco Here 1 nn the Ute firm, I respectfully solicit the heretofore be- game lor inv luccei'sors lu busiaeM. M. F.LSBACIL janl asilKov Cloth, Hurlianu rur -,...,.-, nrPed in good quality, style and lowneM of price, ,:i,o.-, lbeyouerBtWhoW1le and retail. & Hat and Cep Manufactory, No. 4P, Market St. w i NT nit G(ioas.-iast. li '.iinnir No. co. Market street, have received n.il.in the last week a large and well assorted e-g-u Iteidy Made Clothing of the best material, so thatper iU.i r. ho are desirous of procuring...

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