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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 11 January 1859

--..':"-. . ', ( :.. ? K ..-...,-. ...... I '-., !-r'.'. f I -w.etJ---l-to.t . ?--!. ; -a r.f-Vt.4 -Ui .. 1 . If -J ' v .. P1 F . II., . vS- ' HATES 'OV AlJXKTlSlNt : (rf xtsrni oa iB - to .si;iti is a aqcAax. Una Suara 1 day; I 00 ant haul insertion .. 1 week, S Oo MHiua4dit -l-iuare tt 2 weckS) 4 M t - t. ta ; - motithf 6 1 . m .. 5. ota 91 A , . " itn5l)Uillc llatriat. 1EKNM - tt- I 12 00 M " it t4 fM.. nin m ; Daily, per annum, ...,....;....;.:.... 00 Tri-Weekly, ier annum, I 6 00 Weekly , er annum, . 3 00 . One Weekly lotlwa years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, 5 00 " When the laily,"Tr-Weekly, or Weekly it lobe discontinued (paid in advance at the time subscribed or), tbe subscriber must order, otherwise it will.be on tinned, at our option, until paid for ntl stopped. not paid, it must be paid at the time diseouimu nce, or at our opUon. If the party us good , it will bo ent until paid. ... J . Remittances by roan, in "registered" Utter, at our risk. ; . . - -, TV ....

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 11 January 1859

!3nsl)mUe Patriot. 3 VILT ftg : TKI-"WEEKLT $5 ; -WEEKLY SS BY sniTH,CAinpco. , . , Car, THOU. OtIXBTK,IA p. rosra HT.SMtTH,! LP.JONKS. f IRA e. 16 nesdrrfrk street. TTTZSDAT JA1TW.BY U.1859 "We lw jrertoii for r Ftler. It ii not 11 who cry, Jr.rEEisovf Jeffkr son, and h-dVm to be bin follower, that have Jzrrr.KWDS for, Jtheir Father: hnt they only, who by their tcorles, ebow that tbey hare sincerely nd nnderstandinly receired hi political faith, and are thoroughly imbued with it. Tried by thin Infallible and only true tst, it will be fonnd that the claim to Jeffer'Ow. as their political Father, no persistently and os teDtatioasly awerted by the lenders and or gans ot Modern Democracy, Is one of the most unfounded, Impudent, "han-Hps preten sions ever called into requisition for the pur pose of deceiving and misleading the popu lar mind. . The mm total of Jepfkrsox's political philosophy," it has been truly said, seems to have been, "the reduction of the exercise of au thority withi...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 11 January 1859

VI NASHVILLE: Celegrapl). Special Unttffs; 1 'A -1 i TUESDAY MOBSUffQ.... JA1TUAET 11, 1859 T We have just received additional sup plies of Printing Materials and stock of all descriptions, 'and 'are tetter prepared than ever to do Job Printing in the finest style of the art. We solicit orders. .' The Gaiktt. Mr. and Mrs. Wali.eb made . their debut lat night lo a very lim audience, we regret to note. They are artuen, both, of very high deserving. They carat; with a rep utation the most flattering, and they will ful ly Justify It to the citizens of Xariirille. They are both "tars" of great brilliancy, and in range of role are not Inferior to any in the country. Tbey ropdea d -cided impression on those who saw them laxt night. To-night they present the principal characters in the deeply exciting tiag'dy of Bertram. It they receive that to which their ineritu entitle them, they will accept the plaudits of a theatre full of people, not ouly to-uight, but every one of their engagement. ....

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 11 January 1859

r t t t r t r Cincinnati.'' Pinflfltsts. (Drofcnb, etc: Cron5p0rtati an, i I s ri -, cr. I' CloTcr S'ed, , '' ' Timothy Seed, ' liluc and Herds Grass Seel, : Linseed Oil,' . 1 Lard. Oil, Candles and Soap,;,.- : ' - Cheese, , " Cordajre, , '- ; 1 . Painted Illicit eta. Trrw.pRnOw.vrRAi-iivo paper, whjtf i fad VI.vK;aR.TT K1'KNTINF..C12ACKCT'P bb.1 all ar' tide of (INdVVAl! PROPI CF. and MA XVFAC t'RFr Of WARPAVTFDGnon QrAUIT AT btM CaMI PuilTa. uru' rs nuea auu Shipments nm.le nrnrnptlv by .RqnFKT MxKr, fiiieienatl, Ohio. WW' onstgnmerit of Cotton, Iried Fruit, lard, -.....-. , ...e-ai, ,,,i)Feng, c.f will receive all I lie advantages of the markut. , r!ec21-tr aau. i. clark. .. v ; Ja nnmti.L geo. J. CLANK & (0.,r Commission and Forrcsrdliis, .MRUCHAXTS, No. 37 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, - - - - Ohio, "i ' ' i Receivs and Foil r , ' Flour, Grain Vrovlsions, AUD PEOEUCE GFNEBAILY., ,', a-Consignments r.spe tfully solicited. -wa actl-6m CRACKERS. Butter Crackers, Dyspeptic Crarkm"...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 12 January 1859

,--...-, PJ--..-, ...... llasIjDille IJntriot. ltATl-S Ols ADVi-RTlSINC. ' ( rtn ism oa tan to ooseiin ia a aosvta..- C n ')' .-i On Square 1 day, 1 uu .svhad ai tDaartto. f M i A tt tt i wren, a oo eachaddit'alsquars I S weeks. : ! '... oa - -- TEKJISl - Daily, per annum, $8 00 tTri-Wcekiy, per annum, ;...,.-.t..w.' 6 00 Weekly , per annum, 3 00 One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies ; for ue year, in advance, 5 00 When the Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly 1 1 to ba discontinued (paid in advance at the time subscribed or), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be outinued, at our option, ontil paid for and stopfied. not i-u.nl , it must be paid at the time of discontinu nce, or at our option. If the party is good, it will be ent unt.f paid. Remittances by mall, In " registered" letters, at our risk. ' ' . atouth, oo a " 1 months 8 00 " " I. " . 11 00 i 44 " a " is w " 12 2iia) - u 4 gg, . " a oa . " . oa " " 10 t i ... y . :i . aCVKr.EU i, HJUJTK, U A Otie Sqnare, one year. $...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 12 January 1859

Insljoillf Jlatriot; D ULY tS : TSI-WEEKLY (5 : WEEKLY S3 e - . ... T i . T " C , " BV SMITH, CAMP & CO. tfT.CMIia,A. . CAr,TBroa.CAUXDICB,BA r.iOXB W.HT.SVflTH.l VAiM .. isa p.josra. Jgl,tor1 Offlf, 7, 16 "Dead erlcfc Street. WEDKESBAY.. ..JAinTAET'12, f8& ' CoarftMon t tb tmocrtle Party, t i AS DESCRIBED BY DEMOCRATIC Oftfl AS. gJCnder the bead of 'Government Expendi tarf," a truly extraorrlit-mrj article appeared In the Union nd Arrterueafot the 2nd inst. The ergon ay: The cM-f arp'tnent of the Knnw-Nnthinjr an'l C!act Rpu'lican prr aenin't th pre ar ni atrttWlrftration ! baed npon the alljrod extravagnnca oT fjrovornrneni -xrenritnrc. . Thcr point to the exhnnted con tdUiCB of th troasury. and U the people. )w-lioW the rornvqarnca of Democratic niV! e The ronntrr is hastening into bankruptcy an rula! " Well, the Hon. Asnncw Joiixhox, of Tcn . ''. veaoee, good Democratic authority, we take it. stated in the Senate on the 4th innt.. that If the conntry went on aa It has Wn...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 12 January 1859

t . . - - rlT ASH Y ILL E : ..'.. - "WXDJTESDA'i H0K5TKG, J AH II AH Y 12, 1859 trg- We have just received additional rap plies of' Printing Materials and stock of all deseripfiona, and are better prepared than ever to do-Job Printing in the finest style of the art. We solicit orders. Errattu. In the Patbiot yesterday, the expenditure of the latt year of Mr. Jefvek box's administration was ly a typographical error put down as $9,504,338, iustead of $6,501,338. The Wai.i-Eks are winning goldden opiaiona at the Gaiety. Tbe attendance is not yet po large as they deserve; but they play with aa much spirit and as much eoul as if the walls of the theatre were crowded. To-night the drama of "Oibello" is on the l.ilU. Mr. Wallei appears as Otlvllo and Mrs. Waller aa Iigo. Very few women have underViken to personate thii character, which U one more perfectly drawn perhaps than any ever was for the stage; but Mm. W. Is said to render it '-in full of all demands.' She played U in Memphis with ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 12 January 1859

. . r Cincinnati. A gttflflfcta. (Sioiittisftic. xlalwn ' ClaWr Seed,' " timothy Seed, Blue and Herds Grass Seed, Linseed Oil, ' r v lrd Oil. xL? C'Ca n tiles ami Soap, :,. V 'Cordaife, ' "' . ;1 x PafnVVd ttiicltets, VptTW.TOtOOMS WRAPPING PAPER .WHITE I-FiiP, I VTNFOAB.TCRPKVnVE CKACKERf.Mi.l ll ar- tu-les of CINCINNATI VfcODrCE and MANUFACTURE, Of WABRAATI-IJUOOO VDiun TuiwmtH rrnia, , Orders Ciled and shipments mmlc prompt! v by . ...KOBERT MOOKK. , Cinrlnnatl. Ohio. f Sjfy Consignments of Cotton, Pried Fruit, laurd, reamers, tsenwti, i-inseng, cc., wui receive an toe advantages of tue market, deezi-tr BO. J. CLABK. so. jtrrcaxu. CEO. J. CLARK & CO., ' Commission and Forwarding . No. 37. Walnut Street, Clnelunatl, - - - Ohio, Receive and Pell Flour, Grain, Vrovlslons, 1 A5D PBODTJCE GEKIRALLT. ATi"e"Cons!gnmtnta respectfully solicited. CRACKERS. Better Crackers, Soda" " " Sugar . V '. Eoston , , " . Dyspeptic Crackers- Wine " Spite " Cream " Fic-Nic Water " Tilot Bread. ill ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 January 1859

'k f asiilfiitriot; RATES" OF ADVERTISING. i..i . TERMS I Daily, per annum...... ....$8 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum, 00 Weekly, per annum, too One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, . (00 When the Luily, Tri-Weckly, or Weekly It to be discontinued (paid in advance at the time subscribed orj,iue suoscnuer in ut -order, otherwise it will be 0ntmiel, at our optUin, until paid for and stopped. not jatid, it must be paid at the time of discuutinu nce, or at our option. IT the party is good, it will be a,P it. ' Bemittances by mall, in " registered" letters, at our risk. 1V-' ' 18 00 to 12 " i J o4 iota ILMIAIU AT rUEArtrilC On Squars. esr year, alio eaeH additional sqaar $1 m ritin notice must be given i !''- basana stop aa Vert ita-merits of yearly ad verttaers oefore Ut year ax pires, Mberwise we shall charge till outuC No eoittrarrt of yearly adTertiscsaeaU will be discos tinaad wioat previoas notice to us, nor will any ebarg ba made for leas tbaa one year at...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 January 1859

J. 4 I. . !3 w t & ' w? - I Hi Uflslioule Moot ' 9 LILT t ; TBI-WEES1Y $6; 'WEEKLY S3 BI SMITH, CAMP tc CO-. . Ht. SMJSS, A. S. CAT, THO. CAlUESllSB ,ltA. JOSBB i "I W.HT.SMITH.I . IRA FjJOSfSJ "THTTESDAT- JAKUAEY 13, 1859 iMportipt Iron WoTmfnt-Susr - ' nd Wnl-lb I.t Financial ire ',-. nialon In the United State speech 1 -f EX-'eaator Cooper, A meetUu of the leading iron master of Pennsylvania wrs held in Pbiladelphiaon the "3d last., for the purpose of consulting npon the condition of the iron lutfrestin this conn , . try, and talcing all proper mwnrw for pro tecting aad promoting it Ex-Senator Coop er wm prewnt, an? made a Fpcech which ''conlainpi a vartety of interesting matter and mnch valuable statical information in regard to the mauufacturea of iron in this and other countries. Mr. Coopek attribute the financial and commercial revulsifa in this country, In 1857, ' f aad preceding disasters of a similar character. ' to an adverse balance of trade, which it was necessary t...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 January 1859

), I. A S HrYilX L E : THTJESDATM0S3mfO-..JAIIUAEY13,1859 - . . - : '- t - i rjSThe play' OheUo jvras . well per formed at the Gaiety last night, and was re- , ceivcd ly a much better audience tbaa at tended the two nights before- Mrs. Waixer, ; as lago, played "excellently welr- whila Mr. .Waller actwl and Jooked Qlhdla to the life. Miss Scaxlan sang, with great let-ling and beauty. Annie Laurie, which was rapturously appUud. d and encored! -- We . were pleaw d to see this compliment paid to her, because it was so well deserved. ' 1 Mr. and Mrs. Waller appear in the great Tragedy of -'Macbeth" to-night. It is not often that we nee the principal characters rendered as we will have aa opportunity of doing1 to night. We cannot well see why them most meritorious actors have not received more favor from the public than thr-y have yet done. We are certain that t is seldom that two in dividuals of the same, high merit play in the fame engagement. - On the occasion of Mrs-. Wallek's rendit...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 January 1859

it i.iibmi1- tt - Ciscittnati. t Blister UJIjnlrsale (DrnreriMr s. Eran5p0rtatt0n, Lr a nsp b r t a 1 1 0 if 1 i i t L . i it CloTer Seed,, ! , Timothy S?ei, llJue and liertis Grass Seed, ' Mnsed 'Oil, " XStVd Oil, '" - Candle and Soap, '5, ;T .. -Cheese, V 'r v - --. .j Cordate, - Painted Buckets, ' TrS'.PEOOlP.'ffRAmSG PA PER. WHITE T-EAD. VINEGAR. TURPENTINE. CRACKERS, and nil ar ts-les of CINCINNATI PPOI'UCE and MANUFACTURE, - uf WamaitjGood Qcautt at Lowr Cash ft xs. ' Ord- rs Oiled and shipments mn.if promptly by " ROBERT MOORE, Cincinnati. Ohio, w 3F Consign mente of Cotton, Dried Fruit, Jard, firi, rcnwii, uiufctj, sc., will receive all tbe HTUufti oi mc nisrKci. , decZl-tf su. 4. class. . JXO. MITC8KU, GEO. J. CLARK & CO., Commission and Forwarding MEttCWAXTS, No. 37 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, - - - Ohio, Receive and Pell " ---"- Flour, Grain, Provisions, A17D PBODTCE GENERALLY. aVSC0r.3ijnmt.uts respectfully solicited. "Va . scU-tSm CRACKERS. Bntler Crackers, Soda " By...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 14 January 1859

- J ..rr itflsljmllc itatriot R ATES.OKL ADVERTISING. ( tssi ma as vam to tojuiiius a ausasa. ia Square 1 day. . 1 jQO rscb ad almaeruua $ t " " 1 week, 00 aacbadait'alaqaara 1 aft - wweka," 4 r. " s ee Muuih, 04 m ji " r " " 1 tuonUis 00 " 4 &a " l it 09 ' ee 44 - a ia oo - s i ' oo " ia H.MW.MS aT naasrsa,- . ne Sqitara, one year. taO each addiUonal Mjiare SI - - Writtea notice must be given to take tutaMsior aa rertisemenu of yearly advertiaers before th. year BX pjree, otherwise we iliall cbarg. UH doua. - Noeontraniof yearly ad vamaemeata will bs diaoaa. Uouad itoot previous notice tons, oor will any eharg be made for lees than on. year at lb. yearly rates. aAdTertiaeri exceeding the i pace coxitraet 4 ior will b charged for Uie exeeai. - v Tenuis t .. Daily, per annum, . $S 00 . Tri-Weekly, per annum, ft 00 : Weekly , per annum, 8 00' One Weekly for two years, or twa Weeklies -for one Tear, 10 advance, . ft 00 . When the Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly to b. disconUnued (paid...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 14 January 1859

Jin M0t potrtot 1ILT ft : TKI-WEZSLT $5 : 'WEEKLY $3 FJ , , ; I) f - by MITII,CAmP'4cCO. J 4. v. it.imii,!. s. Aur.rane. oilt'fDii)iut.Jcn " W.HT.SMITH.1 Mftal " " - IRA.JONKS.,BW'r Otter. If 16 Ieaderlclc Street. ' TBIDAT-.- .. -..riSTJABT 14. 1859 ' Events han . 3toontnited ihst political 'partlosln tbe State cannot control, nse way -or the other, the qnestinn or slavery in vie - 1'erritories. TFasAt'nfon Union. Bnt hae not the leader and organs of the TJemocratTc party in the South been pledging -theifewlvea to the people of the South, for the last twelve years ever since the acrj'iiittirn j? o? California and New Mexico that the Dem ocratic party, If trusted with the conduct of . , public affairs, could control the question of -slavery fa the Territories, and kxmH do it, so t . ft effectually to secure to the South its just and constitutional rights! IIow Industrions t. , .y perseveringly. vehemently and vanntingly - - have these leaders and organs proclaimed to the peopte of th...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 14 January 1859

J J - i m i NASHVILLE: FEIDAT MOE-THTO JAKTTABY 14, 1859 49- we h&ye just received additional sup- plies 'of Printing Materials and stock of. all , descriptions, and are .better prepared than erer to do Job Printing in the finest style of the art. "We solicit orders. , , i ' f f --a----aH. ' Hit. and Mrs. Waaler's Bbkeitt. To-night :, tlio Wallkrs present tbemselve- before the public for a benefit. We trust! they will re ceive one commensurate with their desert. ' They have chosen the play of the "Duchess of Main" for a the evening's entertainment. As we stated yesterday, this is an old play, written by one Webster a couple of centuries . and a half ago, which baa been rescued and r'javenated for the modern, stage. A con '. temporary says of it and its representation: "The Impression it made upon us was, that while Webster's pen wan but the machine through which nature epok the Wallers were nature iUvlf revived. When the 'conn-t-rfeit pn-seBtnient ' of life becomes so vivid ly n...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 14 January 1859

(DnrinnaH: Clover Seed, Timothy Seedy -Blue end Herds Grais Seed, " Linseed Oil, ' Lard Oil, - Candles and Soap, Cheese, Cordape, t Painted BiTclceta, .WFOOM3. WRAPPING PAPFR.ITHITEIJ'AD, A VVN'FflAR. TURPENTINE CRACKEPP.and all r elea of CINCINNATI PRODUCE and MA NTTACTURE, T WitimniGanD Qriirrr at Ivnr Cm Ci tea. Ord rs filled and shipments ede promptly by - ROBERT MOORE. Cincinnati. Ohio. V ITT CotisirTimenU of Cotton, Dried Fruit, lard, Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng, 4c, will receive all tbe advantages of the market. , dec21-tf . J. CLABK. jyn. xncnu. GEO. J. CLARK &.C0., Commission and Forwarding No. 37 Walnut Street Cincinnati, - - Ohio, . Receive and Pell Flour, Cv:n, VrovlsWms, AND PRODUCE GFNEBAILT. sr Consignments respectfully solicited. - octl-m CRACKERS. Enttfr Crackrrs, Dyspeptic Cratkersj Soda " Wine Sugar " Spice " Boston " Cream " 'Water " Tie-Nie " Pilot Bread. All WAIJRAXTED OF TIiE BEST QCAliTY. PRICE I.TST cent on application. Very low rates to W hob-sale House ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 January 1859

V ' . llasljuillc Patriot. M HATES OF ADVERTISING. - " - - i a ' ( tt urss oa tass to uaiintii a sqr ass. Oa Square 1 day, $ 1 00 each ad In sertlom f 0 " , -lweek, a 00 easiiad t'aiSH vr 1 ' 4 weeks, 4 60 ' ' S " " SBontb, 6 0 - III a ssoatha 00,. , " 4 t 12 00 " "",! t . , g it oo oa .a ii oo" M ". " 10 a assrwAj u s at n rsa. One Pqnar, on year, fJO each add oval sqaa r f 1 a Written notsre must b given lo take out and stopaa vortai lemenu of yearly advertisers before year x pirea, uuwra a ah 1 cluu-ga tul aaa ia. . . .. Nuoiiitrsc.t of yearly advert oieals will be discoa toaiwl wi utprevu us notice tous. nor wiilaay c utf be made for lesa li n oue year at tba yearly ratee. - Advertiaen exceedinf tie space eontraet ad for aIU be charged for Die tzceaa. -M7 ' 0- J J TER.HS: Daily, per annum, . $S 00 Tri-Veokly,perannu, ft 00 Weekly, per annum, 8 00 One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies Tor ne rear, in advance, 5 00 When tb Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly It to be discontinued (pa...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 January 1859

tiflsijmllelltttriot 13 4 1 PAILT f 8 : TEI-WEZKLT f 3 : WEEKLY 3 BY $niTH,CiIHPftCo; W. ST. Mil, A.t; CAXT, TWOS. C4UKMKR,IKA T- JOKER EJi:' W. HT. SMITH, 1 . Afflce. No. 16 Ueadf rlf k ?lret. VATTTR.DA'X .. ...JAHTABY 15, 1859 " Gen. Jickton w. Ceo. Jackaon. ""The I'nion and' American maintains that if Gen. Jactc ura ever in favor of the pro tective policy renounced and repudiated it in bi Fan well Address. It int-it-ts that the doctrine of that Addrecaare inimical and --aataonixtic to- "the protective policy." In his letter to Poet. Coi.kmax, dted April '26. 1824. vth'te the tariff Mil of that year was undVr discussion 1 in Congress. Hen. Jackpox Id: 'Providence has Mear-d us with the man of national independence and national de fence. If we omit, or rtfnse. to use the jrif which he ha extended to ns. we deserve not the continuation of bis Messing. Tie liru filled our mountain and onr pltiins. with minerals' with lead, iron and copper, and craven n a climate and coil for the jrro...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 January 1859

'i.i l c al l t I" J I tit 1A ar rt Dll bo lr br it Fr ( i i t 1 'ar ry. J II Ik 2 CJ VOl ua Ult ml lu i-a "I te I 10 fill .ll It ley IS n IB 1 ll 'A - k uvt Ul at r i uiu er o a 61 U -4 riv 0 AT A C U If T T T T? JL IC? XX? ,V A XJ JLJ J .;v r:-!.i.J .i 8ATTTEDAY M0IU!lIHG...JAinjAET5, 1859 . w y j t r 1 J 47 We. have just j-eceived additional .nip plies of Printing Material and stock of all descriptions, and are - better prepared than ever to do Job Printing in the finest style of the art. "We solicit orders.. . Narrow- ; Ehcapk. Dr. Mat, Prof, of Surgery in Shelby Medical College. ' came very near being drowned in the Cumberland, flight before lur-t. lie was calkd to we deck hand who was stabbed on board the steamer Le'xmon, lying at the wharf. . In making his way from the front to the back part of the boat where the patient was lying, he had to pass over a lot of freight in barrels, la doing bo the rolling of a bnrrel precipitat ed him in to the river, between two btaU aud the d...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 January 1859

Citttinnati. pingflists. IDIjolfsale J&xmim. Jllisallaiitou Eran5p0rtati0n CloVer Seed, Timothy Seed, Blue and Herds Grass Seed, Linseed Oil, Lard Oil, Can die and Soap, 'Cheese, ' Cordage, Painted Buckets, TCUS.rROOM. WRAPPING PAPER, WHITE IFAD, VVNFC.A B. TfRt'EN'TlNE CRACK EF S . all ar trcle of CINCINNATI PP.Or UCE and MANUFACTURE, af WiimDtiooo QrUTT at Lowrar Cash fiica, Ord- rs filled and BttlbBieots m. promptly by -ROBERT MOORE, Cincinnati, Ohio. Rf Consignments of Cotton, Dried Fruit, lard, Falhr, Beeswax, Ginseng, ax., will receive all the advantage of the market. dec21-tf MO. J. CLABK. J NO. KITCBIU. GEO. J. CLADK & CO., Commission andForwardiHtj No. 37 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, - Ohio, Receive and Pell Floir, drain. Vrovlslons, AUD PEODrCE GFHERALLY. At"-Con.lgntntnl respectfully aolicited. -fca acil-om CRACKERS. Bntter Crackers, Dyspeptic Crarkert Soda " Vine Snsar " Spite " Boston " Creara " Y.V.er " Pic-Mc " Pilot Bread. ILL YT AC R ANTED OF TITE BEST QUALITY...

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