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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 February 1858

RATES OF ADVERTISING. textile Patriot. f m tnria or lems to co-csTrrmt a sqparjl ) bqnnre 1 day, t 1 .00 each ail 'a! InserUou $ 60 1 week, a uo eacuauuii ai oquw 1 60 9 weeks, 4 60 " " 1 month, 00 " " 3 mouths 00 " " j . 12 00 " " 6 " 18 00 " 12 " 25 00 " " 2 U0 5 00 4 60 6 00 00 10 00 t, TER9I8 1 Pnlly, per annum, $8 00 Tri-Weekly, per annuni, 6 00 Weekly, per annum, 3 00 One Weekly for two yearn, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, 6 00 Whrti the Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly it to be dis discontinued (ruid in advance at the time subscribed for), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be continued, at our option, until paid for and stopped. If not paid, it must be paid at the time of discontinu ance, or at our option. IT the party ia good, it will be sent until paid. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at our risk. UiXKwinj at rtXASt rk. PUBLISHED DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY, AND TVEEKLY, BY SMlTn, CAMP, & CO., NO. 16 DEADEEICK STREET. One 5xqua.re, one year, M ea...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 February 1858

i i ti a Hi 111 I .4 A lix Mi tit; uioi do i ui pen reawtawM Vji'j ' ' " " . - -- - ... tf . wttatMac. xmar -, v.TTrm t-muaeiBS-1 - - "T aaaaaaaaa n fosWlle flatriot: ' t DAILY $8: THI-WEEKLT t5: WEEKLY 3. v. hy. forrra, nuiia caixexdeb, ANTHOWY B. CAMP, IHA Y. HttiV, SMITJI, CAMP &. CO., I , profkiktoks. W. IIY. SMJTIf, I ,,-. OTlee, jfo. 16, Ueadrie-U Street. MOHDAY, FZ3HT7ABY 1, 1857. OnrScwDrMK, In pursuance of a 1 tLTiniiiiition heretofore mintioacd, ncudout tb.j Patriot this moru iiip; in a new dross. We think it will be gen erally eono-el 1 that I ts apprarance is neat and eligaat Tint mw typ s which we are using, are from the foundry of Metars. Jas. CoiiSEU & Sox, New York, ar; iuhJj of a new description of metal, and we wnturj to Buy, ar ia every respect, the most supi rijr ever usod in Nash ville. It is really a treat to an " old jour " to finger thorn. The Mo sers. Conner not only make good types ; luit are oMiing, enterprw ing hu.-i aet men, win .in we take great...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 February 1858

r NASHVILLE: 1ICWDAY MOEXIKG, FEEETTASY 1, 1858. " TCotlce to Transient Advert I r. All transient advertisements in this paper must be, for at tlio time they are handed in otherw-.se they will not be Inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid for on delivery. The combine.! circulation of the raily and Tri-VTeck-ly editions of the P.tri it in tiio city, and In the sec tion of couDtry trading with Nashville, in greater than that of auy other paper iu the city. AH ad vertisemenU are inserted in both editions hence the Patriot is the beet advertising medium. sf We notice that our friend, An. AVat Kixs, E.-q., Las taken charge of the notorial department of that excellent journal the Shel lyville Espoxiior. Gocd luck to him. jMf Hox. Geo. R. McI.ee, has Iwn nomi nated as the American candidate for Clerk of t lie Court of Ajm als, hy the American fcftatc Convention of Kentucky. The Theatre. Mr. MiKuocif, whose en gaemcut for thus ia.-it two weeks has been the most uniformly Kuocerful. that ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 February 1858

3ssi; : wwwwi t-.ii.rn Jl. tonal iwijL Jl M L Hj.J9KT7T (tnrinnafi; insurance rnn5ti0rtatt0n. tlrcat IVargains Tor Caslit WE have on hand a very large and elegant slock of STAPLE AXIi FANCY GOOifS, that we are otter ing at very low prices for rash. Our ."lock of DKES8 BILKS is very large and complete, cms 'snug la part of Cl'SAIU HolWw-A-jiiiliu; v . ' Flounced Silks; " Kiv.v'ere li .' - ' " Plaid " Rich Satin Striped and Fluid Poplins at very Jow prices. -'. 4 - With a large and ifoiraut as-'ortinent of rich Moire Antiques, lii;:lit in job, and will t'O )M greatly less tian imnortcrs cost, with a fell line of be-t niakes. ol Black bilks, very low for cash. vf W. A. J. G. McCIJ-XLAND. TJncurrent Honey at Par. :- WE will take all ' liw Hunk" money, Ocoee, Shel hyville, Lawrcncobe.rg, and DaiidrHgo at par, for goods. W. A. t J. G. MitLrJXAMtr N. P.. A." we intend doing an exclusive cash bus - neae tilts yetr, we will riose u'it our p.-esent stock .at unprer.ct.uii low ji icee lor cash...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 2 February 1858

s IT l -- ' ' i-v Hoflljiiille Patriot. , TEUTISl Paile, per annum, 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum, .., .". 6 00 Weekly, per annum, " 300 One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, t 00 When the Haily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly is to be discontinued (paid in advance at the time subscribed for), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be continued, at our option, until paid for and stopped. If not paid, it must be at the time of discontinu ance, or at our option. If the party is good, it will be sent until paid. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at our risk. prrcfon). Government of the United States. The Executive. Jaxbs Bichasan, of 1 3..,!' resident of tit V. States. JoH C. BtfSCXEJKtDGK, of Ky., Ffce President ' The Cabinet. Lotto Cat, of Michigan, Secretary of Slate Howau. Cons, of Georgia, Secretary of the Treasury. Liaac Torcmr, of Connecticut, Secretary of the Xavy. JoB.f B. FtOTB, of Virginia, Secretary of War. . Jkrehlah II. BlJkCK, of Penn.,...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 2 February 1858

I .11 J" , v ...... ...... , , - - --."l. "" "r"" ' ' " y -.ctmc-u-. , " " 11 ' Wmt patriot DAILY 8: TEI-WZEKL Y $3 : WEEKLY S3. W. ST. Bxmi, jaraarr a. uxr, TBOaAS CALtXSDKB, IK P. JOMC, . . t SMITH, CAltlP &. CO.. rsarsiKTOMi. .- W. HT. SMITH, BJlW IRA P. JOXSS, EdUort- . Office Wo. 16, Deaderlck Street. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1858. Tlie Law of Precedent. : Disguise the fact aa we may, the slavery question is and has been the efficient moving c&oae of the agitations and troubles in Kansas and in the States in regard to her admission as a State. r The lust for power bore its stimu lating part ; but the paramount, all-absorbing question has been whether the " peculiar in stitution " of the South should be established in' and tolerated by the future State. The new-fangled Douglas doctrine of popular sov ereignty has been hatched and throw n out as a tub to the whale, to mystify and obxure the main, question, while the Little Giant can per fect his schemes' and intrigues for the...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 2 February 1858

NASHVILLE: TUESDAY MOEJUKO, FEBBTJABY 2, 1858. Pfotlee to Transient Advertisers. All transient advertisements in this paper must be paid for at the time they are banded in otherwise they will not bo inserted. - Transient Job Work must bo paid for on delivery. .-. '; . The combined circulation of the Daily and Tri-Weekly editions of the Fatkiot in Uie city, and in the suc tion of country trailing with Nashville, is greater than tEat of any other paper iu the city. All advertisements are inserted in both edition hence the Fatkiot in the best advertising medium. gsf John- A. McEwkn, Esq., left this city yesterday oa the John G. Cline, for Axkitntaa, where he will rpri(l the remainder of the win ter for the benefit of his health. Long yearsH of severe study and diligent application to the business of his profeion have made Keri oua inroads upon his health, which render it nectary for him to take gome greater relax ation, than he has allowed himself heretofore. "We almost envy the societ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 2 February 1858

9 'S?bi:it?i;j8:.j"' CinrtnnptL prnggists; Cranortotion. insurance. ,f.Jr.'i-.i- Great pargalns for CasU! WE have on hand a very Uire and elceunt stock of STAPLE AND FANCY GOOrw, thrt we ar offer 'verT low price for cash. Our stock of PKESS EILKSa very Urge and complete, consisting in part of ' Elegant RobHmjnill.; ' f " Flounced Silks; -. " Bayadere " i . : - - . ; Plaid " Rich Satin Striped and IT id Poplins at very low prices. - y - With large and elegant apwirmcnt of rich Moire Antique, bought in Job, and will be sold greatly less th importers cost, with a full line of best make of Black Silks. Terr low for cash. " J . ' . W. A. k J. G. MCCLELLAND. ---- . ,. TJacurrent Money at Tmt. - "ITTE wiTl take all "Free Bank" money, Ocoee, Shel VV byvUle, Lawrenr.bnrfr, and Iandridfre at par, for fooda. W. A. J. G. McCLELLAXP. K. B. As we intend dinng aa exclusive cash busi ness this year; we will close out our present Mock at nprerented low prices for cash. n25 tf .... W. A. t J. G. McC....

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 3 February 1858

B . .RATES or ADVERTISLr;a. I TS3t UlfS OS LBS TO OOMUMIUIB A SQCAX- I " One Square 1 day, S 1 00 each ad 'al insertion w . i week, - earn aauuv-ai un w ' " a weeks, 4 fro " . m - 1 month, 6 09 " " 44 . " 5 months 00 " " 4 W j 12 00 " OS) u ( ' jg M i ,. . f 00 a ' 1J " 25 00 " 10 00 JOrCVABLS AT rLBASTKB. One Sqoars, one year, $30 each additional sqnar lit Written novce must be given to take out and stop aA. ertisements U yearly advertisers before lb year ex pires, otherwise we snail charge till done. No contract of yearly ndvertisesaenu wttl ba fllaoon tinued without previous notice W us , nor wul any cnaxf be made for loss than one year at the yearly rates. r AdTertisert exceeding the sptM eoatrMt Daily, per annum, $8 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum, 6 00 Weekly, per annum, 3 00 One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, S 00 When the Iaily, Trl-Weekly, or Weekly is to be discontinued (laid in advance at the time subscribed for), tbo subscriber must order, other...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 3 February 1858

;i iiaspillc pntriot . DAJLTtS: TSI-WJIiXLT$5: WEEKLY $3. TSOKM CULLr-iDtta, IRA P. JO.VBi, & AXTfleUTT 8. WP, . . ; H SMITH, CAMP & CO., Pbopbuctobs. W.HT.SMTTH.V,.,.. UUP. JOSEX,'tEd,t4r? -a-, Office, No. 16, Deadertck Street. "UTEDZTESDAY, FESEITABT 3, 1858. Tlie President and General Walke.r We republish elsewhere. this morumg an extract from a speech, .jvcently deliver , ed la Mobile, by Geo. William Walker, to "which we beg leave to direct the particular attention or our readers. If the Btaternents therin made, be true, (which we are not per .nuttea to aoubt) they irrevocably fix the Jrand of the most consummate hypocricy and deceit upon the brow of the President Gen Walker distinctly affirms, that when he was v brought a captive to the United States in Slay last, he was received by the President in cordial and friendly manner, that he learned from one of his confidential advisers, that the Administration favored his efforts to A men canine Nicaragua, and that he felt ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 3 February 1858

NASHVILLE: Steamboat & lm r ttim Cclegrapl). ; Commercial. oiUtics. NEW HARDWARE HOUSE. .WEDOTBDAYMOBUUrG, FEERTTAEY3,1858. JV6tlce to Xranalent Advertiser. . All transient advertisements in this paper must ba pcid for at tho time they are handed in otherwise they will not be inserted.. Transient Job Work must bo paid for oa denrery."" - 5 t The combined circrtlatinn of the Felly and Trl-Week-ly editions of the PaTKrr in the city, and in the ac-e-l- tion of country trading with Nashville, m greaU-r than " that oT any other paiwr in tliecity. All advertisements , ineerted in belli edition Uence the 1'aTiuoT is the - boat advertising miMlinm. '". Mm We are anlhorhwd to announce Jonx Hirca Smith, ax a candiilute for Circua Court Clerk, at the uauiug March election. For the Nae-hville Patriot. - Editors Tatb-uyt: A call was made on me hy some friends tlirouh your paper some two weeks uince, to Income a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Dnvklm county, at the coining ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 3 February 1858

(Cincinnati. - PntflSfsfs. Cranspnrtolton. -UJ()0lesalCiQ5r0ffrif5 i pro note, etc. ... - vOrcat Bargains tor Caslit WE have on baa d a very larfce and elegant stock of 6TAFI.E AND FANCY COOIW, that we are oflhr , f wery prices for cub. Our stock of DRKS3 v a.ii.KS w Tory large and complete, consisting in part of ,. . , .aJefc-ant Robea-a-Qutlle; fc J, 44 Flounced Silks; ' I f -i t , e" m ptjud - 4-Ji Satin Striped and Plaid PopUne at very low With a large and elegant assortment of rich Moire .antiques, bought in job, and will be sold greatly less . rth in lniortera coat, with a Kill line of beat make! of Block Suka, very low for cat-h. w. a. J. c. mcclellaxd. t " . . Taeurrant Money at Par. WT& will lake all "Free Bank" money, Ocoee, Shcl-VV- byville. Lawrenceburg, and Dandrldire at par, for goods. - - W. A. a J. G. McCLF.IJ.ANn. N. B. Aa we Intend doing an exclusive cash busl aesa this year, we will eloae out our present atoclc at anpreeented low prices for cash. tan25 tf W. A...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 4 February 1858

V. is J I ttosljDillf patriot. RATlaS OF-ADVERTISING. ' f mt isrsa oa uus to uosi-mrnt 4 hztaxx. ) ' One Sauare 1 day, 1 00 each ad 'al Insertion " 1 woHr, 3 00 ea h addit 'ai suuara 1 0 - S weeks, 50 . 3 tx " 1 mouth, e 00 .",.. 00 2 mouths 8 uo . . m - - " . - 4 W " 3 " 13 0O " t 00 " 6 " li 00 " 14 " . "12 5 00 ' " " 10 00 UMEWABa ar rtBaara. - ' TEUJIS I . Dally, por annum, $ 00 - "Trl-Wcekly, per annum, J 00 Weekly, per annum, .......... ' 8 00 One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for oue year, in advance, 6 00 When tha Taily. Iri -Weekly, or Weekly is to be discontinued (pn:d in advance at tlie time subscribed for), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be continued, at ur opticn, until raid for and topied.. If not paid, it must be pail at the time of discontinu ance, or at our option. U the party w good, it will be sent until pai . Remittance by mail, in " registered" letters, at oar risk. PUBLISHED DAILY, TRI-WEEKLT, AND WEEKLY. BY SlIITrt.CAMP, & CO., NO. 16...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 4 February 1858

! S f.- f X , - V- ' ' ; iljLTt3: T2I-WZ3EaXT $5: "WEEKLY $3. TnoA caixixskh., I Ajraunrr a. CAXF IMA P. JO.W, Mi-.IBITH, CAMP & CO,, m -. f-v c Office, No. 16, Deaderfck Strt. tffDESDAT, rEEEUAET, 4, 1858. The Tennessee Democracy and the i Currency. It was once a current remark of the TVTiig party, that the Democracy were against al most everything and for almost nothing. Its truth ie amply illustrated since that party has come into undisputed overwhelming pow er. The present Legislature of Tennesnee, contains large democratic majorities in both branches. . Its first act was to receive the mes sage of its leader and dictator, which was in a great part a fulmlnation againxt the baukn, recommending that they should all be swept out of existence, and especially the Bank of Tennessee. It was suggested soon after, w hen nearly all the banks in the State had suspend ed specie payment, that by this act they had forfeited their charters, and that a precious op portunity was offered to ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 4 February 1858

f i - j i r f J .Si v" f -. mi t f 4-.lt , f? f ' . n NASKHLLE: THTJESDAT MOENIKG, FEBEUASY 4, 1858. Notice to Xraunient Advertisers. - Ait transient advertisements in this paper must be paid for at tho lime they are handed In otherwise thoy wrllj not be Inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid for on drU very, ' . - The combined rlrenhtfion of the Paily and Tri-Wock-ly edition of the Patkut in the c:ty,sud in tpsec tlon of country trading with Nashville, is greater than that of any other paper ia the city. All advertisement re inserted in brth editions hence the PaTkJur i the beat advertising medium. KATKS OP EXC1IAKGE. COKKCCTED WLEKLT T W. II. S1IAVA UU cV CO. N'aaamij Ten., February 4, 185S MOUTH CAROLINA. South Caroliua Banks, . par LoriaiA.NA. New Orleans Banks (wi prera ALABAMA. Mobile Batikit, par KKVTl'CKT. Kentucky Banks .2 to 3 pre lrl:l. Missouri Banks, par 1LUXOIS. Illinois Bauks... b(7iQ dis. Bunk of Tenueosoe, . .. par L-nkia Rauk, par planters' Bank, par Merchant ' ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 4 February 1858

af :;.-?! i'rs TTT- . . a . , r. '.j ts H)i)0lf5alc (Dr0ffrtf5. Cincinnati papists. Cronspartation. r u it Aircat Bargains for Cash. 'Tw7'E have m band ry1rf tad elegant stock of TV STAPLE AND FANCY GOOIS, thai we are offer UK at wary low price fr cash. Our stock of DRF.88 BULKS is Try Urce and complete, consisting in part of Elegant Robes-a-Quillo; noimeed SMks; ...-. ' ' Bayadere ' Plaiti ' " - on Rich Satin Striped and I'laid Poplins at very low artcea. , With a largo and elejpint assortment nf rich Moire Antique-, bought in Job, and will be niM greatly lew than importer cost, with a full line of best makes of Black Silks, Tory low for cash. w.i.ij. c. McClelland. ' " Tncnrrent Honey at Par. TUTE win take all "Free Bunk" nion y , Oroee. Shel ls byville, Lawrencebnrg', and Pndri V at ar, for good. - W. A. J. O. McCIXJAANIV K. B. A we intend doing an exclusive cash busi- ese this year, we will close ont our present stock at anprecentea low prices lor cash. Jani tf . W..A. k 3. Q. M...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 5 February 1858

: ! : : ! . ' ' ' . 1 i RATES OF :A1)VERTISLNO. w a 1 ) (TXK Uiitl PS Ubfl TO CXUrtTTrCTB A SQCAJtX . 1 One Square 1 day, $ 1 00 each ad'al itisartion CO ' Itreelc, 3 t0 each addit'al square 164 " $ wet-Es,j 4 UI - ..- 'C0 u u BKinth. 6 00 - " " " 1 00 t t - -? TKK JIS I i ... - rsily, per annum, $8 00 Tri-VVeekly, per annum, .... 6 00 ' Weekly, per annum, 8 00 One Weekly tor two years, or two Weeklies for one yrar, in advance, 6 00 When the Iaily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly is to be di.con tinned (.iM in advance at the time subscribed for), the subscriber miut order, otherwise it will be continued, at our option, until tid for and stopped. If not paid, it mnst bo jid at the time of discootinn ance, or at our option. If the party in good, it wUl ba sei t until paid. R. nuuauces by null, in " registered" letters, at our risk. 2 months 0 00 " 4 0 at A 0O - 8 CO " 10 00 tt 3 12 oo " , .t tt j je (to tt it u la u 5 00 " i LEsnrwamx at rtXAsnte. , One Square, one year, 8S0 aeb adittoal aqww S...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 5 February 1858

uospillc patriot DAILY 5 ; TEZ-WZSKLT ! WEEKLY S3. V. IT. 83iml, - - THOMAS CALLESCEX, AjriHOJtT . C4MP, IK 4 p. JOKES, B9IITH, CAWP Sc CO., monaKTom. W. HY. SMITH, . . Office, If. 16, Deadeiirk Street. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1858. JTr, Secretary Stanton's Defence. W publish ' Mr. Stanton's adelrure to the people of the United States, in full, as a mat ter of justice to Lim. and to show how exceed ingly lame are the defences set up for the fac tious and rebellious abolitionists and frcc soilers of Kansas. The principal part of the document, is taken up with a defence of the course pursued by himself and Gov. Walkeb in the territory, a task which Las been much more skillfully performed by ex-Gov. Walker himself, in his letter of resignation. The main ground of Mr. Stanton's removal was bis act calling an extra-session of the Terri torial Legislature. His juHtification for this act amounts to nothing more than that he was authorized by the organic act, to call ex tra sessions of the Legi...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 5 February 1858

. . -- vy NASHVILLE: rEIDAT KOEiraSTO, FEBEUAEY fi, 1858. Notice to TranaienC AdvertlMera. All transient advertiaemeubi In thin paper must be paid for at the time they arc handed In otherwise they will nut be inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid for on delivery. Tlie combined circulation of the Daily and Trl-Weekly editiona ir the fAmirr in the city, and in the ac tion of coutitiy trading with Natdiville, in greater than that of any ether paper in the city. All advertisement re luaerted in b ih editions hence the Patkiot is the best advertiHicg medium. JTj We are authorized to announce Ed. Baxteb as candidal for Triwtue of Uavidaou county, at the en suing March election. IL Wc are authorized to announce Jous IK Thtb komd as a candidate for Countable in the Nashville dis trict, at the ensuing March election. JJj We are authorized V announce It. E. BrRxuaa as a caudi'lute for Cuuhlable. in this l islri" l, aX the en suing March election. Sir mbtat & IMtitt Itf ins. Sptchl tlo...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 5 February 1858

pro (Booh, etc. Cincinnati: U) 1 o 1 13 dl F (D r o frr f r 5 J prngnists; j3apt57)or5eci:i! transportation. anrc. Orcat Hargalns Tor Cash! WE have on band a very Urtre and elegant stock of STAPLE AKD FANCY GOODS, that we are offer ns; at very tow prices for cash. -Our stock of PRESS Kit is very large and complete, consisting in part of Elepant Rnbes-s-Qiille ; " Flounced Silks; . , . ,. . ."i Bayadere-' . . , Rich Satin Striped and Plaid Poplins at yery low j price. With largo and elejrant assortment of rich Moire Antiques, bought in Job, and will be sold frreatly less j than importers enet, with a full line of best makes of Black Silks, very low for cash. . ;V. . . W. A. S. G. McCLELLAXD. Toeurrent Money at Par. WE will take all "Free Bank" money, Ocoee, SheJ byvlUe. Lawrenceburg, and Fanrtridtre at par, for goods. W A. & J. G. McCLFLLANO. !f. B. As we Intend doing an exclusive cash busi ness this year, we will close ont onr present stork at uiprecenled low prices for cash. Ja...

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