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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 13 February 1857

-SSfJfi (VI fM t4 JVI tH J5U 8M Si0 NASIIVILLB PATRIOT, rvuu;a:o DAILY) TRi-l EEKEY V WEEKLY) BY SHITE, H02GAS CO., W. JIT. WITH. '"" Office, o. 16 Denderlrlt Street, -a-ataa-sta aa. Daily, per intrnm T."i-Weekly, per anna-n.- WerVlv, per cnauru. One Weekly for to years, or two Weeklie for on year, in advamc t 00 5 (Ml 3 (Ml S 00 IDVU-UBXTS OF THE 31A1LS.. MAIL SEPARTURE3. Chattvnoiia II. n, Da Ir, leaves aiooYi K'k.p.in.: doe at 4 p.m. Vn'.s mal c trriea a 1 mat er for 'he Fad-e-n is ! A ntVncitiei Hunt rid-, Tdacuiubia, Main phlc, Lille xal tieir depead-n:ie. C.a'.'.anjrrt K. R, Diily, haves at 7V .o'e'ork a. m.; cl- al IJ 0. m. This mat rarriea all the way mail n this route tod b -a-iea ro--te. t.vi'at il;r, Oaly, leave 5 o'cl ick a. m.;c!ntt 7 V p.m. r,ll-.. 44 - ' 5 " " " 7tf " - - ' - w - Spin. lo-iday, Wednesday anil Thursday; 1-avei it 6 o'c "ck a. in ; clu at 7'4 o'cIin k p m. C! ""i " 'tating I n, Jac;ou and T-ent-jn, leavt Tiet .la'. Th ir Icy nni Satirdsy at 5 o'c lock a...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 13 February 1857

war&m. u.ia.rymiu mbillf )afri0t. j DAILY S. - TSI--WEEX1Y l: WEEKLY $3: W. HT. txm. JOHN' r. HOKOAS. JKO.H.CAUjeVDIR. AXTBOXT S. CAMP. SMITH, 3fORAN & CO., rBomriTOM. tr. nr. nun & job n. callexder, EDITOR OSes Ke. 1, t t t s t DeaJerlck JMrett. 'ewi Hrerities. .... In ntrrying limeitone on the firm of Robert C. Beden, In Saville lotroship, Peoneva nia, are has been ditto trod near S50 feet long' lorried with the most earlousl formed stalactites. There ere several apartments in the esre. The . opening ii so small that entrance has to be ?ie - on the hands and kr.ee; it then widens out to eighteen feet ia depth and twelve feet wide. A special enclosure for the burial of per- eont of the MuMnlman religion has just been formed ia one part of the cemetery of Pere-la Chaise, baring been found Decenary, in consequence of persoas, and especially Arabs, of that religion, who die in Paris. The enclosure contains a building , for purification and for other ceremonial prescribed ,...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 13 February 1857

NASHVILLE: T. U. GLKyy, Local and Commercial Mor. Friday Korninj. February 13, 1857. Official Journal for Publishing the Post Office Inciter List. j .1 r-- Attention U invited to the new advertise elk-jiU in to-iv' Pctrlot. Sr. ViLKM-iNt'g Dat. Aa local items are tx cvcJimjly ccirce article in these "dull piping times of peace," we mj a well lay St. Valentine' diy tinier contribution for a paragraph. St. Valentine W99 a prioet of the Romish Church who fullered mar tvrdim in the city of Rome in the third century. The cmora which prerail et th! preser.t day seems to Lav oriiutted at a later day than that in which hi lived, and probably arose from the feasts of an tici l H j.uc in honor of Pan and Juno, held at this t in., wlu-n among the ccremuiiiea was a game in w'.kh younj persons of the opposite sexes chose rdch other by lot. As it is now oteerred, St. YltiiitiiiK's day has been celebrated by our Euro poiia auci 6'ore for several centuries. To irAsmcrcRERS. It will be seen byn ad. ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 13 February 1857

) i i CITY BUSKESS DIItECTOY DRY GOODS. DCNCA. A. J.. A; CO., Importers and Vhi0', sealer ia btupie m1 Faacy Dry Goods, labile tij one. V dealers In Foreim and itoroestae Drj Goods aud zteady Hade CkiUiing, So 41 PnWhc ."ar. Staple and Fancy Dry ttood. Metropolitan btore, Not tl and do College it. . Br ECU, f.. F-v Dealer In Etttple and r-nry'rtt-Woods, Carpet and Certain Goods, etc, No. t Colleg street. EVAVS Jfc CO. Wholesale eiVn Is Dry .Good, Marble Warehouse, North lide Public Bqoare. ORG AX. IIIRT, eV COM Wholesale dealer la Stant and Fancy Dry Good, Foreim snd Dim! tic B ties by Aao'.iin every month, South side Publ c Square. M cXAIUV, K. c, A; CO., dealer in Fancy an J Staple Iry Gora, No M College st. . FITK. I,. IS., A: CO., While! Dealer ia Dry (o.la, Na t Ooil? at. EAKfY A CO., Importer and Wholesale dealer In J F oeeietn a nd Domestic, Fancv and staple Goods, Bonnets, H et, Rocita, Eisoca, Ac., north Hide public Square. JelS M Oltfi'! Ac 00 Whol d-lr in Forelro and D-wn...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 14 February 1857

NASHVILLE PATRIOT, PUBLISHED DAILT,TKI.WEEKLV & WEEKLT, BT SMITH , MORGAK ft CO., W. FT. (WITH. tOU II. CaLLKSDrt, iHTFtuKT S. CBI Office, Ao. t Deederlcb; Street. Pally, per mnnnm, f 8 Off i 00 3 00 S 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum,.. Weekly, per annum, One Weekly for twoyears, or two Weekliei for one ver, tn advance .UJVE3IEXTS OF THE MAILS.) MAIL DEPASTURES. Ciiatuninca R- R' Dally, leave at 4 o'clock, p. at.; closet at 4 p. m. Tnii mt.l carries al matter for the Fast-e-n an 1 9 luthcra cities. Huoriville, rm-cumbia, Hen pii:, Litis t c tn I their depeid-ui'.ei. Cha''nog R. R, Daily, leavei at Ttf o'clock a. m.; duet at J J P. Ttaii "a I rarrie all the way mail oi this to .itc sn1 b'a-ich-rouies. Lval'vilie, Daily, leaves at 5 o'clock a. ra. .closes at T!" p.m. Gilvh, " " " " " " .voanoi, - " "6 - f - 7 a .... . Mnnitv. W-1nrd4T and 1 hu radir! 1 avee at ft r.'c o-k a. tn ; choa at 7.14 o'clock p. m. Cuar'.c'e, II icUugdon, Jack ion and T'eoton, leaves Taes da ', Tii irsiUy aud Sat...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 14 February 1857

DAILY 8: TKI-W2IXLY $: "WEEKLY $3: w.uT.niTH. ' Jons r. morgan. - , AKTHO.VT t. CAMP. SMITH, MORGAN & CO., fBoritlBTOKU. w. nr. smith & joux u. callexder, IDITOIU. Office IV tits: Deaderlca. Mreci. A'ew IJrevities. .... In Central Africa, aavs the Missionary Liv inggtone, the women have trm upper hand. They faad the meu. Th wife ia obliged to aupplr her mother-in -iasr with flrewood. . A man who haa fir wive, heviog returned borne, aeki iome'.hiog of No. 1. No. 1 relera bim to No. 2. V. 2 d irei bim to go to the one be lores be ft Ife ia bandied about from one to another, till be becomes quite enraged; but all be eaa do ia to go upon the top of a tree and cry aloud, "I thought I bad got fire wires, but I End I have got five witcbee." If a woman beats ber husband the is punched io thia war: Both are taken to the market place and the wife ia compelled to take the husband home on ber back, amidst the people. Oo these occasions the women general! cry oat, ''Give it to him again....

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 14 February 1857

1 I t NASHVILLE: T. U. GLEXX, Local 4nJ Commercial Editor. Saturday Horning1, February 14," 1857. Official Journal for Publishing the lost Office letter L.ist. 'JO AUVliUXIttKS. The circulation of the Tally and Tri-Weekly editions of the Patriot, comUned, exceeda largely that of any other newspaper printed in Nashville It is theae cditione that are generally used for edTcrtisiaj The Patriot therefore, is the best advertising medium ia the city. I.xiFT.rsT Calkkdars. We ere nnder obligations to the Messrs. llagau for one of tlie above conven ient ertick'B. A preet doal of time and calculation it, naveJ bj Lsviug tuch a r fcrecce hung op in the counting room of an establishment doing anj con biJcrbi amouiit of busiucn. The ebovo rm luve some of the best ones c l ave ever eeen. fP The coIIcciioi.B of the . harf master for the tnoi.t'i of January amounts to J337. tS-Thauts to SU-ckelfurd, of the dine, for late St. Ljuii papers. l We take pleasure iu announcing to tlie frienJs of the 11 ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 14 February 1857

) WHOLESALE HOUSES. Wtiolcsalo ass sA 7. A. .T. DUiVCAIV & CO.; ISIPCBTEES CP fAKCT AKD STAPLE DEx : GOODS. NO. 70 PrBLlO SQUARE", NASHVILLE. WE have do I mi tore very larf e Stock of Fancy and Staple Dry Gooda of late Importation, received in the last few dvs for the winter trade, which we are selling at the very lowest price. New Style Paris De Lanes; '. Fancv aud black Filks; - - Print; Cloth, Catsimere and Vesting: faUlnetis, Jeans, Tweed and Kersev's bed BltgUlt and Coat Blanked; Heavy col'd msnkeU.fte.. sc. Our Stocfc comprises the larg est assortment of NtwPtyl (soods.Triramliig, Ac., to wtiicb we ioTite the attention of Cash and prompt Urn dealer to an examination of oar Stock and price, believing we can make It to your interest to do buaitie-ss with us. A. J. f UNCAN A CO. N. B We are receiving; New Goods by every Steamer daring the winter. covl9 A. J. I), ft CO. mT WHOLESALE HOUSE. " Aujm H. Washtsotoj. Gborsi G. O'Bbta (L:e with Morgan A Co.) Cbabuu B. bar, late of W....

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 16 February 1857

NASIiniiLR PATRIOT, pcbusued DiaT,TBi.WEEKLY &. WEEKLTi BT SKITH, MORGAN ft CO., w. nr. sht, ;oll It. CaLLKSinCK, jon r. Office, No. 1 8 Deaderlclt Street. Dully, per annum Tri-Wcekly, per nnnon. W.Hr it.- .r,,.m - $ 00 5 on 3 00 One Weekly for two yean, or two Weeklies for ene year, tu advance MOVJ33ia-W OF THE MAILS, i HAIL DEPARTURES. Cliattsnonga R. B , Daily, leare at 6 o'clock, p. m.; elroee at 4 p. m. Ton read carries a I tastier for the f art em an I Siuthera ciliei.HunUifi.L-, laacUbi, Meai ;,:!, Lit le Kc ol their d.-pei-l-ny.ci. Cba'.'.tR toe R. R , Dally, leaves at 1 o'clock a. m.; cli-ei at 1 '4 p. m. T.'iii ma 1 carries all the war TOail ni this ro.it ; arl b'aicft route. i,,,-i.n. Dx;Iy. leave . f. o'clock a.rn.;cloeiatTtf p.m. tiii - ' 6 - " " T " r.-. - - "5 " " - Spat.- Monday, Wednesdtr ami ThnrsJar; UaTee at 5 o'e ock a. m ; clo.s at 1 o'clock j. tn. Ci-arloue, H mtingdon, Jsckion and Teent-m, leares Tae dav, Tbir.ia7 anl Saturday at (o'clock a-m.; close at I...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 16 February 1857

Cijc gtasjjbillf faMot. . j DAILY f S. TXI-WECT1Y : WEEKLY $S: W. ht. nrrrH. jobs r. XOKttAN. AVTIIONT . CA.HT. SMITH, MORGAN & CO., raorKiBTORS. W. HT. IHITH 4 JOHN H. CALTJLNDIR, xniTou. Oflre JSo. I. i i i c Deaderlek Par?. A'ewi Brevities. - , - .... The Grand Rapid ifofe mntiorji art anu taal case of marrying which took place last week in Caledonia, Kent count, Michigan. The par ties were on their return from meeting or a neigh bor'i, when it was proposed that the knot should be tied inetaDter. Whereupon the fleiph (drawn by Oxen) was stopped, the parties stood np therein, and a minister prompt! did the job. The driver said, "haw, buck," and the couple were soon laud ed at home man and wife. .... The People's Bank, Carml, III., has been closed bj the sheriff, under process, for 6,000 taxes. . ... The Sons of Malta, in Ft. Louis, bare made another contribution of 50 for the poor of that city. .... Rev. Geo. C. Wbitmash, of the Ticinity of Philadelphia, has recently perverted...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 16 February 1857

NASHVILLE: T. U. GLSXJT, Lotoi mnd Commtrtial SdHar. Monday Komingr, February 18, 1857. OfficialJournalforPublishinjtUe Post Office L.etter List. TO AaSVaialTiatiKS. The circulation of the Tfcily and Tri-Weekly edition! of tbe Patriot, combined, sxceeds largely that of any other newspaper printed in KathTille It it the editions that are generally uasd for aivertisiaj The Patriot therefore, ii the best advertising medium in the city - - ' ..--! The PostOiEse in thie city wai thronged, on Saturday last from au early hoar until il eloeed at nij,kt, with an esger crowd o( expectant! solicitv oui o( (avor from St. Valentine. We are told that an immense number passed through the office; pro bably not lcia than aiz thousand. 5f Local items are exceedingly scarce5 just now. Business ii quite brisk, bat there is rjolhing trans piring scarcely worthy of mention. No accidedts, no fire, runaways, Gretna-Green affairs or causual ties of any kind, out of which to make readable items has ecaroetf ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 16 February 1857

J f.i ! V WHOLESALE HOUSES. - w iiolcaalo SCAB'S. L&i A. J. DUNCAN & CO., 07 f AlfCT AUD STAPLE SET . . G0023S. KO. TO PCBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE. WE have now In store a very laree Block of Fancy and 8ttpl Dry Goods of late Importation, received in the last few days for the winter trade, which w are telling at the very loweat price.. New Style ParU De Lane ; " Fancy and Black Silk; - " - Print; Cloth, Caimere and Veatinirs; Sattlnettsj, Jeans, Tweed and Kertev'i Bed Blanket and Coat Blankets; Heavy col'd Blankets, Ac 4 c Oar Stock comprise the largest assortment of N w Ptyl floods, Trimmings Ac., to winch we invite the attention of Cah and prompt time dealers to an examination of oar Block and prices, believing we can make it to your interest lo do business Willi us. A. J. DUNCAN A CO. N. B W are receiving New Goods by every Steamer, daring the winter. bov19 A. J. D. A CO. vtmyt iiTirnr ri? 11 r ti atto n Aixn H. WaBmiQToa. Geoboi G. O'EbtA (Lt with Morgan A Co.) Cbablbs B. Be...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 17 February 1857

NASHVILLE PATRIOT, DAILy,TRI.',VKLKLV & WEEKLT, BY SMITH, UOBGAIT A CO., w. nr. iuith, ou at. rn.i.aair, jofw r. woaeaa asJTHoKT I. Cil Office, A. IS Deaderlek Street. -Kfss. Daily, per annum, Tri-Weekly, per upoiuoi WeeUlv, per anna'n, One Weekly for tiro years, or two Weeklies for one yar, in advance, f n no 5 00 ""' 3 00 S 00 UJV3IEXTi OP THE MAILS. MAIL rEPARTTJEES. Chattanooga R. E , Da'ly, leaves at 4 o'clock, p. ra.; close st4p.m. T.iis mvl csrriesa'l mat'er for the Fa-;t-e n an1 S luthcra cities, Huntsvill, Tascumbia, Mens p'il, Lit-le sal their d-perid-n rlcs. Cl a'-'" ""T R. H., Daily, Itaves at IJtf o'ctoek a. m.; cli-4 at IX p. in. Tl.ii ma 1 carries all the way m iti nn this roato and b-anehroutes. 1iMt .If, D.vly, leaver at S o'clock e.m.;clneeiat 7 V p. m. Gait in, 44 " ' 5 " " 1y( 44 Uuui, 44 44 6 u " " 7 " Spam. Mmday, Welnesiav and Tlmrsday; leaves at 5 o'c ck a. m.; c!o-s at IX o'clock p. ra. Ci.arl'J'-te., H:itingd m, Jackson and Trenton, leave Toes da v, Th ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 17 February 1857

err. . yy i w..it -- T DAILY f 8: TSI-WESSLT t: WEEKLY $3: W.HT. .TT. JKO.n.CAI-LHNPKR. JOBS T. MORGAN. AXT-OKT 8. CAHP. SMITH, MORGAN - CO., rRormsTOita. nr. nr. smith & jonx n. callxxdir, EDITOU. Office 2Yo. lCt i i t : t Deaderlek trrrU Xexvi Brevities. .... The lat Jackson (Tenn.,) Whig -eyi "A fire occurred tt Montunia, in McNairy county, on Friday morning laat, conura5n theetore of V. , E. Stiwaet & Beo., with its contents, and all the booki and paper, belonging to the afore. Tbe Post .- Office and the Drag (tore of Dr. Pfbcii s was also ' eoniumed. Total loss estimated at $10,000 or$15, O00.w .... A letter from Philadelphia, dated the 9th., rmouncea the death by uioi'le of Geo. C. Watsoo, "the celebrated carriage buildor. .... More than one million of dollari bag been gathered from a tingle county in IIHioi", the part ' year, to forest in Iowa lands on speculation. Far . men, mechanics, merchants, everybody, has the fe ' ver. Xo wander that money is scarce in that qaa...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 17 February 1857

NASHVILLE: T. n. GLEKy, Local and Commercial Editor. Tuesday Morning-, February 17, 1857. Official Journal forPublishins the Post Office better List. to aovi;kxisuis. Tha circulation of the Taily and Tri-Weekly editions of the Patriot, combined, txceeda largely that of any other newspaper printed in Kaihville. It it thee coitions that are generally nsed for advertisiag The Patriot therefore, U the test advertising medium in the city. Fimc Dir. Yesterday wis a beautiful spring duv. The sun ihone oat gloriously, tho eir wee 1eiif;htful, and barring ibo mud, everything waeai Ti'oagint as could be deired. - " 7riie fine weather yesterday, gTe an impe 1 1 to the building interest, wV.ich it has not ex hibited before this season. The sound of ham mer, trowels and saws, was heard in all directions. There is every prospect that rery extensive im provement in building will be made during the year; exceeding those of any preceding year. tSmith, Lore & Co., No. 68 Market street, Lave a lar...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 17 February 1857

WHOLESALE HOUSES. Vliolcsalo A. J. 'DUNCAN '& CO., UtpoilTI-RS 0? TAXCY AND 8TAPLS DKY . GOODS. BO. 70 rTBLIO SQ.CARE, NAR1VILL1?. WE hare do In (lore a very larg Stock of Fsncv sod Staple Dry Goods of late importation, received in the lait few dyt lor the rioter trade, which we are telling at ths v.ry lowest price. New Style Parit De Lanes; . . ' . " " fane anil Black Bilk", u - Print; Clothes, Cassim-res ao4 Veiing: Pa'.tlnetts, Jeant.Tweed and Kercrv'g Bed Blankets sad Coat Blanket; Heavy col'd Blanket, Ac.. sc. OurS'oc comprise the largest asrortmeut ?.? NewStyl Goods, Trimmings, 4c., to which we Invite the Attention of Ca'h and prompt time dealer to an examination of our Block and prices, believing wecan mute It to yoar Inter eel to da business wi-b us. A. J. I'UNCAN CO. . V. B We art receiving New Goodi by every Pteamef during the winter. corl9 A, J. D. A0. yEW"' WHOLESALE HOUSE. ALtra H. Wasfthotow. Gaoaoa G. 0'BbtA (I. ale with Morgan A Co.) Caiam B. 1!ita, late of W. K....

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 18 February 1857

BSC". SZ3r"s 'NA8HFILLB PATRIOT, published DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY & WEEKLT, BT SHITH, HOSGAN CO., w. nr. kith, jour u. ctLLEnntR, joh r. KORBAB iHTBUKI S. CAMF Office, .'o. 16 Deadrrlck Street, -J V KMM Dally, per annum, Tri-Weekly, per annum, Veeklv, per annum Out Wcekiy for two years, or two Weeklies for one year. In advance, 9 00 s on 3 oo S 00 M'jvEJiExrs or the mails. KAIL LEPAETtJEZS. C h it tig vr R. Dally, leaves at 6 o'clock, . tn.; rinse at 4 p. ra. T.iis rati! c series a'l matter for the t ast ern an 1 1 mthera cities. Uantsvill-, rascumbis, Mem phis, IJt Is itietaud their depeid-ntie. Cia'ianioea K. R, Daily, leaves at 1 o'c'.oek a. in.; closes at 1 m. This m I rarries all the way ra ii( on this route and branch-routes. T.-.u,,! e, Ds'ly, leaves t 5 o'clock a.ra.;cioseat 7J4" p. m. Gt a i 5 " " " " 'H 41 L.uon, - - 5 7 fcpart. Monday, Wednesday sod Thursday; leaves at 5 e'e ock a. m ; Cos. s al IX o'clock p. m. Cbar'.ote, H'iotinp'1 .n, Jack.n and I'rentjn, leaves Toes Ha...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 18 February 1857

DAILY $8; TSI-WKCXLY : "WTEZglT $3; wTht! tth! JOHN F. MOROAS. JKO.H.CALLBWDHE. AKTHONT S. CAXP. SMITH, MORGAN &, CO., w. nr. ssith john h. callxndkr, KDITOEb. Offlr No. t., I t i t t Deaderlek Mret. Xewi Brerities. .... The Washington correspondent of the Lou isville Journal gaja "Very much fun was enjoyed in the Senate yesterday a pleasant little interlude to the dry debate on tbe question whether Mr. Fitch, of Indiana, should be iworn in as a Sena tor from that State. Judge Butler, a reoerahle nowwbite beaded gentleman, with a ruddy face, nd of an extremely nervous temperament, . was laviDg down the law, and proudly proclaiming that he wag an 'old foot,' when Gen. Cass, the senior of Judge Butler, hastily left Lis seat, and at a bound was at the aide of his friend, convulsively shaking hia hand, in approbation of the declaration, and as much as to say, 'I'm with yon, old .' Here were two 'old fogies,' hand in hand, present ing a novel spectacle, and affording to the mem bers ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 18 February 1857

NASHVILLE: T. B. GLKXK, Local and Commtrtial editor. "Wednesday Kerning", Febraary 18, 1S5?. Official Journal forTublishinc tUe Post Office Inciter JList. TO AUVtKTIIliBS. Th circulation, cf the Taily ar.d Tri-"weei.ly diUont of the Patriot, combined, exceeds largely tht of any other newspaper printed in Nashville. It is these edition! that are generally used for advertiwij? The Patriot therefore, i the test advertising medium in the city. 1 - " We ere rvqaestrd to note the removal of tba City Collector'a office to the Merchant's Ex chsn;j1 opposite the Sewanee House. lie is doing FOineiViiij; LarjJsoiriB in the way of recjivii) ad vanced taxt'8 f'.r the present year. tsJ" A couileral!e portion of the rubbish which obstructs he mouth of lower Market is iiog re wove J. It ha long been a nerious iticonvtnU'iice, and as the frost is nearly out of it, th authorities are baring it taken away. Fkesh Ale axd LaOEP. Br.rrt. Charles Miller, t Co., Cherry Etreet, bavo juH recti red a frenh su...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 18 February 1857

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