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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 3 March 1858

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Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 3 March 1858

. llWBtllllLIJIIlllllH f'flntriotv VWXEXIY $61 WEEKLY $3. jtra t itOMAC CU.LE.VDCK nir. joxns IV a. camp, sniTii, cjinp sc to,,! v rsoraiEi'-ss. HY. SMITH, 1 IRA P. JONES, Muar'- Office, If o. 16, Dcaderlrk street. "WEDirESDAT, KABCH 3, 1858. . - , - i - . nou. John BclI. J... " We repnblieh from . the,, X)7y 7iu6e the speech made by Mr.Beix, on presenting to the Senate the Instructing Resolution-of theTVn newee Legislature. ' Gov.Jonx.sox replied to Mr. Bell in a long aiid bitter harangue; and, oa-the day following, Mr. B. rejoined, making a speech which covers pome ten columns In the -Globe.' It would give as plaure to re publish this last speech also, imrne-tliately, but in the jfonn in which it appear, running from the first through the second pge of the Gtolj, t is impossible, unless we had two cop ies, to have it placed in type for several days to coma.. Speech ( the Hon. John Bell. In tbe Senate of the United fctates, February i, 18.1? on presenting the Instrucuiig Kenclution...

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

NASHVILLE : "WXDNEJDAY MOESDJO, MABCH 3, 1858. ftoflceta Transient Advertiser. ' AU transient advertisements In this paper miwi b paid fur at tha timo they are handed in otherwise they will nut be inserted. Transient Jco Work must b paid for on delivery. ' ' The combined circulation of the Daily and Tri-TTeek-ly editions of tha Patwot in the city, and in the see. tioa of country trailing with Nashville, is greater than that of any ether paper In the city. ' Alt d vertisements ara inserted in both editions hence tho Patriot is the best advertising medium. Tue; Prospkct. For jthe pant two weeks, we have been furcibly. impressed with the be lief that we have been recovering recently, and will continue to elowly,' but steadily re cover from the stunning monetary critsia and pressure of trade and commerce of all kinds, which has for the past several months held the whole commercial and monetary world, in a state ' of silent subjection and fearful suspense, and we have been indulgent to t...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 3 March 1858

Wtfolmli Q3rorrcif5s ! pools; 'SGorii; : Lili f ; r(Erfln5p0rtatt0no Great bargains for Casiit WE bare on band a very Urge and elegant stock of STAPLE AN'D FANCY GOODS, that w are offer BIT at very low price for cash. Our stock of DREf SILKS at very large and complete, consisting In part of Elegant Rnbes-e-Qnille, t l'V noonced &lk; i. .... ,;';; Bavadere '.' '2.rij".;.puid : '.. 1 ' '.-.'-.'2, Rich Satin ptriped and Plaid Poplins at very low Brteen. . r r ' ! ' - "- Whs a large and elegant assortment of rich Moire Antiques, bought in Job. and will be sold greatly 1cm than Imnorters con, with a full line of beet makes or Black Silks, very low for eauh. ' ' " 1 . ""- J- G. McCLELLAKD. TJneurrent Money at Par. WE will take all "Frea Back" money, Ocoee, Fhel. byvtlle, Lawreneeburg. and Dandlings at nar, for gooda. . W. A. J. O. MrCLF.LI.AXT. N. B. A we intend doing an exclusive rmnh hngf aoss tfaia rear, we will close oit oar present stock at aaprecented low prices for cash. ... Ja...

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

-4 L . . . w -r-r -7 7 : -. 7 : ' - - ; RATES OF ADTTIRTISiyC. f TtH tma OS Ul o ooKsrtrrn a or asl V t ' t . TP Iff n w d - On Square 1 day,' $ 1 00 each art al insertion f rM naily, pr aanam, Trl-Velcly, pr nnum,"."r..'.' " - Weekly. tr annum. 1 waafc, S 0 each adart'al squar I'M i mouth, Hi ". " " S 00 - n- 11. , , ' '' inr iwo yeare, or two Wevklir for one year, In advance, 5 no i mouth 00 " " " 4 M t 12 00 m " " " i 00 6 .! 00 i . t 00 12 ' 25 00 ' iU u 10 00 PUBLISHED DAILY, TM-WEEKLY, AND VEEKL1 BY SillTir,' CA3U, Jt CO., NO. 16 DEADERICK fwTT VkT v f ,v"c" n time aubcribe4 STREET. One Square, oue yr, S30 each a Maoetial aqnara $10 Writun notice most be given to take okt and atop d vertisenwuts of yearly dTertwer before tbe year ex pire, otherwiM w RhaU charre tiU done, - to contract of yearly advertisement will be discon tinued without previous notice to ua. nor will any chargw o made for lee than oat year a Ua yearly rates. " Xdyertiaer exceed itiimaermtTt If ot paid, tt mi...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 4 March 1858

DAILTMt XSI-WXEXLTlSl WEEKLY 3. w. nr. am, , tbomas cajxskdek, aataoinr a. camp, ira r. joxmh, SMITH, CAMP CO., FaorBfiCToBS. , w. ht. sirrra, , 1KAP.JOXES, Jf EUilnrt. C i Offlee, No. 16, Deaderick Street. THTmSDAT, MARC3 4, 1858. ' 1 Oar .Senators. Ve copy below the report by the "WaFhing toa . Union, of the conclusion of the debate "between our Senators in Congretw on the In structing Resolutions. It occurred ou the 24th nit, in the Senate. . We must ajrain ray, that Mr. Bell manifests the etroneet perver sity of judgment we have everkiown in a public man of bis prominence, when he denies that the Nebraska bill wa a principal issue in the canvass of 1855. We grant that Know Nothingtom was the leading subject of contro versy in that canvas. But no man can have forgotten that Mr. Bull refused to join that organization; and that, so fur as be was con cerned, the issue was direct upon his course on the Nebraska bill. Union and American. We understand this as an affirmation that the "...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 4 March 1858

-I r N-A S H V-I L L E : THURSDAY KOSHETO, MARCH 4, 1838. Notice to Transient Advertisers. ' ....... . .. ...... All transient advertisements in this paper most be paid for at Ui time they are handed in otherwise they will not be inserted-Transient J Work must b. paid for on delivery. ' The combined circulation of the Dally aud Tri-Weekly ediUoua of the Patriot hi the city, and In the see tion of country trading with Nashville, Is greater than that of any other paper In the city. All advertise nieuts are inserted in tx'th editions hence the Fazkiot it the beat advertising medium. The Gaiety. The present engagement of Mr. Murdoch, ihmigh it may not prove as profitable to the manager as his former one. will hare been,' in point of fine acting, one of the most 8uccctful that has ever been played in Nashville. ' The personation of Richelieu last night, as has been Benedick and Don Felix be fore it, was as true as we have ever seen it We have been inclined to eeck for er rors in Murdoch'...

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

r (. Cincinnati I0ijolfsale"rafnif5a dnsuranff. i f . : . Cran5p0rtaIi0Her -A- Great ttargalns for Cash! "TTTE hsve on hud a vary larjre aad elnpant stock oC t V STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS, that we are offer air at Terr low price for cash. -Our stork of PRESS BUS is very Urge and complete-, eonslsting in part of Elegant Robesa-0ille, I44 Flounced Bilks; ' Plaid Rich atin Striped and Plaid. Poplins at very low prices. With, a. lartre' and elegant assortment of t ich Moire Antiques, bought in Job, and will be mM frrontlr less than importer cost, with, a full line of best makes of Black Silks, very low for cash. - - . t . , - W. A. J. C. MoCLELLAND. , . TTncTirreat Money at Par. - TT7T will take all "Free Bank" money , Ocoee, Shel- V byvllle, Lawrcncebara:, and Harsh-trie at par, for roods. . W.i.tJ.G. MoCLELLAND. X. B. Aa we intend doing an exclusive cash bnsl aesa tbia rear, we will chae ont oar present stock at nprecrnled low prices for cash. Jaa26 tf , . .. J . . W. A. k. J. G. MoC. R....

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

J MS V-M X - J "5 r '.. -' : V . ' tag nraHpys RaVTES OF AD VEltTISINO. " 1 I (rat uxxs oa tass cosOTrcTS'i SQraas. ) One Square 1 U v, S I eo each ad'sl iaaertioa $ M " " 1 week, S 00 each addit'al square 1 59 tt " '"weeks, 4 50 . " 209 i month, e oe - "K ' " M so j asGutha fcO - " . - " 4 50 ",i t it .12 00 " 44 5 00 i4 u t ' i a t oe 44 44 44 oo 44 44 12 " 15 fi3r tl 44 44 10 00 . inrrswAttii AT ritOTH. One Soitare, one year, S-IO each addiuotial square $10 Writn?n notice snnet be given to take ott and stop ad vertatemtsita of yesriy ad vasrtiMs before the year ex pires, inacrvM we shall charge tUl done. Noconinatof yearly s.'.vcrt.semenui will be d!scoa nued without previous nxitice to eajior w ill auy charge be made for lew- than one J car at the yeerlyttjs. a- Advertisers exceedinij the space contract ed for will he charged for the excess.. -Tt LXJ) . r.i -:t-f -r- ' !u.io.;.ii-"''i. lasljuillef ntribt. t JhJ TErnnsi Daily, per annum, ...... . Tri-Weekly ; per annum. $8 00 &am...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 5 March 1858

ItflsljDiUe )Qtriot. DAILY S3 : TKI-WEEXLY 5: WEEKLY $3. v. bt smith, I ajriHoirrs. camp, SMITH, CA.ni' i CO., ' rROTKlFTORg. , W. HY. SMITII. r... IRAp.JONSf ;h" Office, It. 16, Dedr-rtrk rtrerf. rBLDAY, MARCH 8, 1858. a. no slave j raac, . . ' The idea of re-onenintr th v1ira.troi . - 1 o - - - w w TT (Vf- placed prominently before the Southern mind by Gov. Adams, in a message to the Legii-la-tore of South Carolina, gome lour yrain ago. bince that time, it baa been secretly cherihel by a few minds, which Eeera to have fcpent all their energy in devising sonic mode by which - the result could be attained without an open Tiolation of the constitution of the United States. During the last eosblon of the Lepus- lature of Mississippi, a bill was prepared by jur. xiexet AlcciiES, and t,rt-e-ntcd to that - body, which it was urged, would leKitimatize id moralize the importation of negroes aT. a a i m . - . . - fuiaAirica. , iiie eciicme euiM-accd by mis "'bill was simply the introduction...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 5 March 1858

X JSTiASHVLLLE: j.:-trTS!DXJ KOSJOTG; MAECH 5, 1858, r Police to Traniileni Advertisers. . Ail transient advertisement In this paper .most be PM Tor at the lime they are banded in otherwise '. they will not be inserted. Transient Jo Work must be paid for on delivery. " '- ' ; - Th combined circulation of the Daily and Trl-Weekly" ' ly editions of the Patrr in the city, and in the sec ; tion f country trading with Nashville, ia greater than V ' ; :: that of any other paper in the city. All ad vertucmonts . are inserted in tx th editions hence the Patriot ia the best advertising medium. , ,- -Oii ltix - " U To the Voter of Davidson County. By mutual consent and agreement of the ""'"personal and political friend of W. L. Foster;' EqM and myself, I withdraw from the . contest for Clerk of the County Court. Thin , m ' action, upon my part, is taken after calm and ""mature deliberation, and a thorough investi- c! gation of all the circumstances in the race. Words are inadequate to exprcsa...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 5 March 1858

-Ui i r- HBSHWH 5r9 0Oi5, ftf. Cincinnati. -pntflSistsr- Otitis, &c: "V 4 - Great Rargalns torCasli! TTX hare on band a very large aad elegant stock of ' T V STAPLE AS D FANCY GOOI, that we are oHer t ' V tig at very low price for cash. ' Our Mock of DRKSF BLKS la very large and complete, consisting in part of EegajitRobea-a-Otillle, I" Financed Bilks, n!" ' 'T ':"Bayader , Rich Satin Striped and FUfat Poplins at very low price. ... With a largs aad elegant assortment of rkih Moire Antique, bought in Job, and will be sold greatly teas baa hnnorters cost, with a full line of bent makes of . Black Silks, very low for cash - r--;-" j ' TT. A. 4 J. G. McCLFJ LAND. ': XTneoiTent Money at Par. -'- r .fltT w,1 t&k( U "Free Bank" money, Ocoee, Aiel, ' w V by ville, Lawrenceborfr. and Pamirirf; at rr, .for goods. ... W. A. J. G. M.1.EI.LAND.- X. B. As we intend doing an exclusive cash bnsl aess this year, we wilt close out onr present stock at aaprecented low prices for cash. Jaa2S t...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 6 March 1858

-afh.i T. m . ; - - ..Jggl, .. - mM " MLfBIW Wim,IWIL'i-U.. . ..' JaJWJgt-.i... r?aiUi RATES OF "ADVERTISeVO. SnisIjoilMotriflt. In ( tax uxa oa taw to crura mi ir a aocasx. J , One &oare 1 day, ' 1 00- each ad'al insertion S M . I l ' " . 1 wwk, 3 00 aacAi addit ai anuara 1 M - . ; " t weeks, 4 19 " " ' . . " month, 00 - - " .. '- . vmocujeoo M " " MW l ioe j "; ;" ' '.i .. a ' u a 18 CO " " " S 00 u 12 . 55 00 ""'- 10 00 BaxrWABIB ax nauTTt. " One Fquare, one year, sac each additsMtal sqnare fl ' Wrule.n noure muat b. given to take mitand Mopaa. vertis-uiebU of yearly ad yertiser betnr. the year ex pire, otherwise we shall charge tdl Cuiie. n n .nf l- Noeoutiertof yearly advert-sement. wf I le oiecCB- , , , tiuued without previous notice to us, nor willauy charge -be made for lets than one year at the y carry rates., yjj. Advertisers exceeding tlie space ccntraxt - e -9 ' TEB9IS t rally, par annum, -....v,... i $8 00 Tri-teekly, per annum, ...... S 00 - Weekly, per annum. ...'...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 6 March 1858

- V- 5 Jl' 1L! i llosl)oiUe pntrtot DAILY tS: TBX-WKESXY til WEEKLY U. - THOMAS CAUBXDrUt, I it a r. iome, B1H1TII, CAMP CUk, .;' . , raonurToe. , 1BAP. JONErf, OfBee, If o. 16 Deaderlck Mrcer. 8ATUXBAY, KASCH 6, 1858. f? We republish from the Daily Omjrfs tional Globe, the greater portion of .Mr. llr-us speech in reply to Mr. Jounbo.n The rHmaiador will appear in oar next iinprtniotu The great length of this speech deprives uh of the abili ty to give our readers to-day the uaua! variety. SpeeeU or Hon. John If ell. IN SENATE. t Wednesday, February 24. 18"8. . TENNEtEK WSOLCTIOVS. The Senate remimed the cons.d"rti4m of the motion to print the reoluaoua of iustruo tion of the Legislature of Tcnnitsee. which were presented yesterday. , ' ' Mr. Bell. I fi-el under great ohllgtt tions to the Senate for doing me the favor of adjourn ing last evening ; for when I come to reflect on it. knowing the circumstance and the ex citement of the occasion, I think that perhaps I mitht hare demeaned...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 6 March 1858

V -r - NASHVILLE:. SATITRDAT KOBHTJTQ, HABCH 6, 1858. Notice te Transient Advertisers. JLU transient advertisements in this paper moat be paid for at the time the ara handed in otherwise they will not be. Inserted. Transient Job Work must b paid tor on delivery. TIm combined rirculaUon of the Daily and Tri-Weekly editions of the Patriot to the city, and in the aec tloa of country trading wHn Xaxhvllle, la greater than that of any other paver In the city. All advertisements ,4 are inserted hi both edition hence the Paouot is the beat advertising medium. Th Theatre. The general effect of the tragedy of Dt Solo Is cxceedinglj fine. And while, from its extravagant improbabilities, it is open to severe criticism, it jet abourulit in passages of great literary b jauty and power, which together with its varied (scenery, make it one of the most effective pieces, which we have had here for many a day. The large audiences that witnessed it last night, and the night before manifested great sat...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 6 March 1858

. m s"9Ps V.JS".h.lJLWlBM pro 00j)5rrtf. nsuranfiv (Cinr.Diiati. -prnuflists; Cran5p0rtatian.il f '-. fctreat llargalns for Caslit 'IXTX ta- on band a very largs and elegant stock of STAPLE AND FANCY COOPfi, tbat we ere offer J1,??.7 Prices ror cash. - Our stork of DRESS SILKS Is very large and complete, c-nsistins lo part of Lie-rant Robes-a-Quille, L" , Financed talks; , , -?.-. 5Rayadere I'. -4 . v " Plaid ' Bkr.a Satin Striped and Plaid Poplins at very low fries. With a tare and elegant assortment of rich Voire Antique, bQjight in Job, and will be sold greatly less than im porters coot, witb a fall lino of best make of enaelc SUlw. very lovr for casn . : , a W. A. A O. McTLEI LAND. " TJnrurrent Money st Par. TXTT- will take all "Free Bank'.' -money . Ocoee, Shel-, V byville, Lawreni-eborg. sad radriVe at par, for rde. W. A. A J.iJ. afeCLF-LLANrk- - N. B. A we intend doing an exclusive cash busi- Btm this year, we will cloee out ear present suk at SBprerented low prices for -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. — 8 March 1858

V -tr1 t-i' i ille IJatriot; - ijr .- TERSISt Amiy, per annum 'j'"' JUd . , .. -1 , -1 .... - - &,-;-. . V:;. ,r vY ? --?--M:rt:-?'-i --c.rr lrn-.n-nT-f-.fgi ates of advertising?-. ) - I - - - - . . Ur 11 ,W ll "W;d ... v.,' " ... ---.......... S" W M"tij,perMBua, oo ."r,'irr"0,lum' -' 300 -n p evsiy ioc iwo years, or two Weeklies iut one year, in kItuiu t rwa Lnily,. Trt-Woukly, or Weekly 7-"""""' vvv m auvanee at toe bote subscribed lor), Uw aBbscriber mum order, oUierwia will be u.ura,Hwr option, until paid for and Mopped. . k luuai w pain at uie 1 nil of diaconunu- ant until paid.- , Remittance, by mail, m registered" letter, at Quaker CItjr Insnracce Company, .OF-PHILADELPHIA.- Offlea, TraUdia Boildings, No. 408, Market Capital ajul-Snrpluay. $250,000 Cltartered Capital, f 500,000 Firt Innr aneo Stora, Ihlingt ', PvUit "! jumuiMuc gmeraitf. v . Jurino Insnranc o r-d, Ouyo wf fydjiu i "jrvuupantof me n ana. Also, In'and Insoraneo o Co(f to ami rem Statement of Uie JJuwiert a...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 8 March 1858

A S HV I L L E ;r HOITDAT KOBSIHG, MABCK 8, 1858, Notice to Transient Adff-' All transient ail vert itum.ni - aTAlLY rr TS1-7Z2XLT M : WEEKLY S3. W. IT . - . riucisn, lu r. wna, CAIIP & CO., moar a. camp. W. HT. SMITH, 1 jy IRA P JONES, l- Office, If o. 16, Deaderlck Street. XOHSAT, XABCH 8, 1858. Davidson County Klectlona. The elections In this city and county .Sat urday, caused consideraMe feeling amongst Ute friends of the more prominent carnlid.ttes, who were very active thmigbourtae day, notwithstanding the inclemency of the wrath er. Up to last evening the official vote of all the precincts had not come in.' The second, third, eleventh, twclvth, fourteenth, fifteenth, nineteenth and twenty-fourth districts "arc fill teome in. As far aw received, the official returns give IIivton a majority of 215 vote?; Cheatham a majority of 111 votes; Lovk a majority of 580 votes; and Raik.4 a majority of 127 votes. Hixton and Love are un doabedly elected. . Chkath tw and Rains probably,...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 8 March 1858

T r S HiV:IL L "E ; t . MOJTDAT KOBSnra, KASCH S, 1858. Notice to Trannlrnt Advertisers. . All transient advertisements in this paper must be paid for at the time they are banded in otherwise they will not be inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid for on delivery. The combined circulation of the Daily and Tri-Weekly edition! of the Patriot in the city , and in the sec tion of country trading with Nashville, is greater than that of any ether paper in the city. All adrerUsemenU are in sorted in both editions bence the Patrici is the best advertising medium. Vote fob Constable. The rote for Con etable in the Naabville District is as follows: Jtuxe W. Titge aiid Sam. D. Nicbol being elec ted over all competitors, numerous aa they were: Page 838; Nicbol 602; Nolen 582; Meacbam 389; Burnham 282; Ryan 280; Terry Laird 116; Mullen 92; t-kipwith 72; CabL-r 78; Brown 61; Tbonnu 54; Rt.tldick 54; lloru 46; Irwin 26; Ellington 16; Jones ti. JSr Dr. Baikd given the sixth lectures of his H'wto...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 8 March 1858

Y --Tc . .--.ri---,- a - " ' : ;-'"7- '""- yt.g : S ML All. . IUJ ' 4IJJB"'iteWBBBMMBWWWWBBM,J J i ' ' '"" " """" "" ' " " I " ' " " " - - - , mT f at-...-. , f, ill - w ' 9 w v f ----- ' ; xonspoxl'olim- Pennsylvania lalrolii7 at vm at at at at at r a.assr a , fjw-, aa, a. ... . . 4?nj&rzn& SILKS if T'ry large aad complete, consisting la part of Elegant Rnbes-a-tiuille, , - -t" . Flounced Silks; Bayadere " . , .... : . puid ... u ...m Rich Satin Striped and Plaid Poplin at very low price. t " With a large and lgVanrtmnt of rtcbTMnirs Antique. 'bought la job. and will be sold greatlvles than Importers coat, with a full line of brat makes of aae BUlta, very lo for cash s ' ' TT. A. .A J. C. McCLEJ LAD. 7 ' r - - - f . " Tuc-arrent Money at Par. XXTT. will-1" u "Fr' Bunk" money. Ore. Shel VV Lawrenceburg.snd DanrtridB a tar. Iter too W. A. A J. 0. MrCLUJ-ANP. j j. As we intend doing an excloslve cash reuri Bes '.h Ter we wiJl clos oat oar present stock at nprjr-mtea low prices...

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