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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 9 March 1858

r ... - - - - xzLJO&2L7UilJ&'A .. iillr Patriot. RATES OF ADVERTISING., 1m irsBB-oa ua v eosuiing a sMCieXV,. . On. Square 1 day, g 1 00 each ad 'al insertion a M i " 1 week, t 00 each nddit'al square 1 M- - tweeka, 4 60 " -a,a0w ' " . BfMith, e oe . " . , ja.a-aa ' " 1 Baontha 9 00 " , , M 4 1 .i a j, i 12 00 " '" u g u i$ oa ' " g OO 44 14 12 '44 - Jg at- -a4 44 44 0 Of azvxwABta at rtXAsmt. One Square, one year, gap each addsuecal square $1 Written notice must be given to take out and atop ad vertmrmocta of yearly advatiaem before the Fear ea pire, otherwise we shall charge till' done." - No contract of yearly adreruaeine&tB win be dtBcanv tinaod wotitprevtotatMattcatoas.nor will any charge be made for less than ore year at the yearly raten. Advertiaore exceeding' the tpaee contract ed for will b eliartrad for tha exceed. - .'. ... 'TKUJISl i . . . . ImilT. per annum. I) M , . Tri-Weelcly, per unnnro, 5 00 J , weeKiy, kt annum, 3 00 ' One Weekty for two year, nr two W...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 9 March 1858

UosI)ulllc patriot r ii i - - - i -. , . . I AILT $8 : TSI-WEEXLT tft : VTEESL1 $3, r ; ,1 ; ' i . I 1 ' e w. i nan, ' Tavist tuiuKM) aimosv . cauf, i p. .-, 8 71 IT II, CAMP CO., ntorRnroMus v - W. HT. SMITH, J IRA P. JONES, Office, Ho. 16, Deadertck Mrl, V. HTESDAT, KAECH 9, MSI. What wtlllh (! .lit. , -It ia contended by Southern poll Uotnn-, fed wish to palliate their support tf Ihc Wnck Republican side of tb KaiiaM .Wi that ih? South will gain nothing by lh lmihMon of Knsaa with .the Lcconipton Cotutitution. The Louisville CW-ier dii-pac of this excuse d follows On the contrary, we da know that the South baa sotnothii.jj to gain by the a .1 minion of Kauwas a die now prevent her-elf for , minsion into the Cnioa. The South will pitn a dominion for Uvcrr wore ext-nwve Umn three such States aa Kentucky. She w ill gnin the triumph of principle over faction. he will gain signal victory over fcumiioNm and injustice. She will gain the coiiKcIoiifutwi of seeing her own principles conqu...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 9 March 1858

TUESDA1 MOSSING, MARCH 9, IMS. .Notice to XrauslenCAdvertisere.'- All transient advertisements la this paper mast be paid for at the time they are handed in otherwise they Till not be inserted. Transient Job Work most be paid for on delivery. Jhe combined circulation of the Daily and Tri Week ly editions of the Patriot in the city, and In the sec tion of country trading with Nashville, is greater than that of any other paper in the city. Alt advertisement are Inserted in both editions hence the Pattuot Is the Vest advertising medium. .Davidson Coanly EleeUens, Returns from all of the district except two have been received oflciall j, and will be found in our table, i These two district will not change the result, which is an follows : County Judge J as. IVhitwobth. Sheriff 4 ks. M. IIixto.v. drruit Court Clerk D. C. LoVK. ' County Cwrt Clerk F. R. Cheatham. Trustee John Rains. The following is a list of the Constables elected in the several district : 1st District J. W. Page, Samu 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. — 9 March 1858

K'y: r 5 1 WoltMfi3xomm. pro CDoobs, tit. Cincinnati. , ron5partoti0n r. . Great Bargains Tor.Caslit "Wlrrl or "v?.d verT Urge and elegant stock of "STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS, thai w are offer JT?tBTery low prices for cash. Our Mock of DREW bauw la very larjre and complete, consiaUig in part of Elegant Robee-a-Q"tl!, fc-i r-.'f". Flounced Silts; ' r-: Xlch Satin Striped and Plaid Poplins at very low aricea. ( -s ; fc - f - - - Tttli Urge and elegant assortment of rttb Metre Antique, bought in Job, and will be sold greatly ieae" than Importers cwt, with a full line of bent mukc of Black Silks, rery low rr rash W. A. J. C. sfcCLEI LAND. XTnevrrent Money at Far. TTTT will take an "Free Bank" nvm-y, fir.. Shel V V byvllle, Lawrenreburg, and Ousdrslfre nt par, for goods. W. A. J. G. McCl.ELI.ANI. IT. R. As we intend doing an exclus-ve eaii besi as tha year, we will clone oat our present stock at anprecented low prices for cash. Jaa2& tf 4W. A. & J. G. JIcC. R. C. McNAIUY TcX, UBCR D...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 10 March 1858

. - m " . i33T3K8r' -r- -r j' ltATEST OF ADVERTISING. 1 ( TXTf lXXBS OB UHS TO tOWSIlltlB A SQCAKZ. ) On Square 1 day, 1 00 each ad 'al Insertion 54 1 week, S 00 each addit si Sviuar l so " . J weeks.' IN - - - - ' t 99 " -tebms j r:-' raily, per annum, $8 00 . Tri-Weekly, ranniiinf 6 00 Weekly, per annum, .... . 3 00 . One Weekly ior two years, or two Weeklies for one year, In advance, 5 00 When, the Daily, Trt-Weekly, or Weekly is to be discontinued (paid in odvanco at the time subscribed for), the subscriber tnust order, otherwise it will be continued, at onr option, until paid for and stopped. If not paid, it mt be paid at the time of diprontinn ance, or at onr option. If the party is good, it will be sent until paid. Remiltanoes by mail, in " registered" letters, at car risk. ... uut month, M " " S 00 " 1 months 00 . . " . " " 4 to . u m j, 12 00 " " " 5 00 " 5 " 18 00 u u' u g 00 u jj 25 09 - " " ' " 10 00 KixsWABta at Hiisrn. Oae Square, one year, tM eack additieaal asear tit...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 10 March 1858

A K. Uflspillf Patriot DAILY t8 : TEI-WEEKLT $5: "WXE2XTS3. w. BT Mnnt, mnifjU! CAIASSDKB. uouwt b. can-, , nuK jo.vhs, . SJtllTIf, CAJIP 4k CO.t ' rRontnrToits. W. HY. SMITH : IRA P. JONES Editors. Offltk, !to. 16, Deadertck S treet. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1858. The Death of the Topeka Mate Gov ernment and the "People's Conn.!- - tutton." The ultra, factious, rebellious nH,lifion sen timent of Kansas was once bodied frt. the Topeka constitution and th pretended pi.i. ciawr government organized undir it. It was clothed with the precious name of the "people's constitution" aud the "people's government;' around it they rallied, by it uey swore, ana tbey rallied and .wore with nn tntnr ami i1aM:An . t , . uLiijii wuicu nave no exam ple, in tneir estimation all other forms of government In the territory of Kansas were bogus, were usurpations, were not to be tol erated. It was to them as the ark of the covenant, it was holy; aod it was given out in mass conventions and in addresses and pro...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 10 March 1858

47 OH FASHYILLE: "WEDNESDAY KOSKHTO, MAECH 10, 1858. ' Notice to Transient AdvertUer. All transient advertisements ia this peper mast be paid for at tho time they are handed in otherwise they will not b inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid fr on delivery. The combined circulation of the Dally and Tri Week ly edition of the Rsntur hi the city, and in the sec tion of country trading with Nashville, is greater than that of any other paper hi the city. All advertisement ar inserted in both editions hence the Patriot is the best advertising medium. . Capt. Harems Command. We are indebted to a gentleman, cojouming in our midtt, for the following extract of a private letter received hj him. This assur ance of the safety of Cppt. Marct's command ia good newg : Fobt r.viox, X. M., Feb. 3, 1S38. Capt. Makcy of the 5th infantry, reach d this department a few days since, from Col. Johnson's command. lie wrote me that he had come to purchase auimala for the Utah army, and returns early in M...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 10 March 1858

' i 3t Woittm. : " Era hip ri r I a t i a n: nsnranffa - - Great Bargains Tor jCasM WE?T 2? lan(- T,l7 UrR" ud eleiraht stock of STAPLE AM) FANCY GOODS, that we are orTer BS at very low prices for cash. Our stock of DRESS SILKS ia very large and complete, consisting in pa, t of . Elegant Rohs-a-Quiu, - I" ; Flounced Silks;, i ... ' ,7' Bayadere " : " Plaid " . - Rich Satin Striped and Plaid Poplina at very low prion. . , . - ... ... With a large and elegant assortment of rich Moire, Antique, bought in job, and will be sold jrreatlv les than importer! ct. with a full line of best m.iicn of Black fiilks, Tory low for rash W.'A. k J. O." MoTLEI LAND. Tnenrrent Money at Par, , . . WE will take all "Free Bank" money, tVcoee, byrillo, Lawrenceburg, and Kondrtdge at par for goods. W. A. k J. G. McCIXI IXT. N. B. As we intend doing an exclusive ert buid Bess this year, we will close out our present stock at anprecented low prices for cash.- - " t Jaa2-tf W. A J. (1. McC. R. C. McXAIRY &...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 11 March 1858

S 1 .ias i , f - i , vi 1 ... B If I 'J.IV "..I : i-?, . II 1 .!-.( j . I I ! 1 '- - . i I . II .11 c . - - - . . . - 1 - - 1 . RATES OP ADVERTISING. t J Pally , pw annum, . r jt-weekly, per almoin - luriwu yean, or two Weeklies for one year, In advance. ...... a oVi . j.---- "r, Trl-Weekly, or Weekly Is to be ' Jconiue4 (paid m advance at the time subscribed lor), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be "r option, ontii paid Tor and stopped. If not paid, U mnst be paid at the time of discontiuu. anoaror m our option. If the party is good, tt will be r.teat antil paid. - - . nenunaucea ny mail, la registered" fetu.ru, at our m PUBLISHED DAILY, Tgl-TVEEKLY, AND WEEKLT, BY SMITH, CAMP, & CO., NO. 16 DEADEEICK STREET, j t M S M M ft 00 M 19 99 VOL. XXI. MSHVHLE, TEM., TIIUESDAY, 3IAECJI 11, 1858. llfiu-ljorh. NEW. SERIES- Tile Quaker Citj Insurance Company, - OF PHILADELPHIA. Office, Franklin Building, So. 408, Karket tt Capital and Surplus,.. .. Chartered Capital, Hcm-orke...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 11 March 1858

V IV ' i CI v - i. '? - . . - .- V-i r .. lQ5l)DillC:0tri0t; lAiLT $8 : TEi-WEEZLY t5 1 'WEEKLY $3. W. ar. smith,. noiu cLfsbB, asraosrr a. aurr, : '. . ma . jorra, SMITH, CAMP & CO., raoriuatoaa. . W-. HY. SMITH, gjitart, r UUk P. JONES, , CMBea, No. 16, Iadericlc Street. THURSDAY, XASCH 11, 1858. Oar Senator. ::- Wa copy below the report by the Ya-h!ng-toa Union, of tbe conclusion of the dctwte l--tween our Senators in Congress on the In trncting Resolutions. It occurred on the 24th nit in the Senate. We moat again ray; that Mr. Bell manifests the strornrest pcrTer- sity of judgment we have ever known in a public man of bis prominence, when he de nies that tbe Nebraska bill was a principal is sue in the canvass of 1855. We grant that Know-Nothingiem was the leading 6u' j-ct of controversy in that canvass. Cut no man can have forgotten that Mr. Bell refused to join that organization; and that, so far ad he was concerned, the issue was direct upon Discourse on the Nebraska biiL ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 11 March 1858

"NASHT.ILLE: r 1 THURSDAY MOEHIJIO, HAECH 11, 1858. .... IVotlce ta Transient Advertisers. -: ' All transient advertisements in this paper moat be '- paid for at the time they are handed in otherwise they will not be Inserted. Tranueut Job Work moat be paid for en delivery. The combined circulation of the rtaily and Trl-Week- i j muwi in uie i atwji id uie cay , ana iu luc sec tion of country trailing with Nashvala. ia greater tban that of any other paper hi the eKy. All advertisements are Inaertrd In both editions hence the Patriot ia the . neat auveruaing meuium. T 'fVTt re-publish this morning our table of the returns of the tk-ction In this city and county baturtlay, to make a correction in the ote of Mr. D. C Lor. His vot in tbU citj was 1176, and his majority in the county 1033. Rctherfobd Election. The Murfreesboro' Newt publishes a table of the returns of the WHnm In Rnthorfneil a rwt cnvi u1hfw fi res show for Mason over Mil&r a majority of one, for Henry over Taylor fi...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 11 March 1858

4 : pro oobs. itti-. ; .-'-' i f, ... ; Cinrinnati. -... - . vransp0rtott0n. j1 v r , Clrcat ttarsalns f or Cashl Wr"! 2? hnd Yerr Urge and 'elegant stcclf of STAPLE AND FANCY CO0r, that ., .re offer f ierT low prices for cub. Our Mock of DREsd r iUAS la rmrj large and complete, oasisti-f In part of i.j. . Elegant R-be-a-Quille, .-. f' Flounced Silks; . ; . (J Bavaders " . O r . , " Plaid . , - . Ttlch Satin Striped and Plaid Poptits at eery lor arfcM... ..... T ... . - . . With a large and elegant assortment of rich Moire r- Antiques, bought Id job, aod will bo sold greatly less " than importers cost, with a full liue of best makes of " Black Silks, very low for cash W. A. A J. G. McCLEILAXD. '1 Vnenmnt Money at Par. I n. J tXTK will ke all "Free Bank" nvmey, 'Vrwe, Shel V byville, Lawrenrebnrg. and Dandrldg at pax, for goods. ' W. A. A . J. MrCI.ELLAND. N. B. As we intend doing u exclusive cash bui- Bess this year, we will close out oor prefent stock at anprecented low prices for ...

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 March 1858

'. . . ! . " ft 3- llATXS OF ADVEimSlNGV j - --P'W I W i.i'.'muMMJiJiMi.ili tt MJ1M1WI Jim-l'im W- -Win. 1 0 - TjKRJISt - - j",' Dally, per annum, , ...t.. $8 0 , TtI-Weekly, per annuiu, . 4 00 j Weekly, per annum, ...... X 00 . One Weekly tar two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, 6 00 "When the Daily, Tri-Weekly', or Weekly is 10 be discontinued (jPHid In advance at the time subscribed for), the subscriber must order .Wither toe it will b continued, at oar option, until paid for and stopped. If not paid, it must be paid at the time of diacobtinn snce, or at our option. If the party la good, it will be sent otil paid. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at our risk. Quaker City Insurance Company, of piiiladelpiiiA.; ' - Office, rcmUia Euildings, No. 408, SCarket it Capital aud Surplus,! Chartered Capital, ...... ....... $S0,000 $500,000 2Tin InntraBC s Stent, H tilings, t'vUie ISuild. iny ami Mcnhandu generally. Marine Insurance on Vetvh, Cargo and Freight ...

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 March 1858

! 1 HQshDillelnttiot; I AUT :TBI-WEEZLT XA j "WEEKLY tS. W. BT ajfTTB, " THOXAB CAtUXDBB, AXTMOJY . CAMP,. , p. JO.YKS, w. SMITH, CA Til 4c CO.,! ' t 5, ' rmonamtn. t -' ii r W. HT. SMITH, ay,,. IRA P. JONES, lAl'urU Offlee, No. 16, Deaderlek .tree. JBTDAY, MABCH 12, 1858. r The Spring Trade. -It will be seen, by reference to our adrertin ing columns, that the sterling wholesale dry goods houses of Moboas Co., Doiclas &. Co., T. A W. EAKni & Co., Evaxs & Co., Aniikrkox, Aixisov & Co, Bhaxsford. McWhirter fc Co., and Tbabce & Leers, are already in tbe field, with l&rge and well-assorted stocks of goods. These houses, as indeed have all of their com peers in Nashville, aafely rode ou t the financial storm, from the effects of which tbe country, is now almost recovered, and are nady to ea ter upon tbe spring trade, extending to their customers such credits as the nature of the trade, and the times, will allow. It is unrea sonable to expect as heavy sales as tho;...

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 March 1858

N ArS H-V-I L L E : FKXDAY M0E5IKO, KASCH 12, 185S. Hwtlce to Transient Advertisers. ' AS transient advertisements la this paper most be paid Tor at the lima they sre banded In otherwise they will not be inserted. Transient Job Work must leaid for on delivery!" "" The combined rirculatinn of the Dolly and Tri-Week-tj adttlons of the P. tout In the city, and in the sec tfea. of country trailing with Nashville, is greater than thatef any other paper in the city. AU advertisement reinserted in both editions hence the Patbiot is the beet advertising medium. . . To the Medical Profeaalon of Ttn- - '! .--- ' - The Annual Meeting of the Sute . Medical Society of Tennessee will be held in Nashville, on Tuesday , 6lh of April next. A full meeting is desired. , ' JNO. P. FOIU), President. Job H. Calixxv, Secretary, i anarl2-wtd -- aocA 2Jy-'Jcxu. Dean Hatne played last night to a large and fashionable audience, the CbunUu in the play of Zoic Her engagement has been, bo far, all things conside...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 12 March 1858

V r m.i ,., .... uii.l j ............. -r : - - - . . - MmjT--r-- fnn'ittdtt. U3I)olesate Mxcmits. w,,.;.,:;-' f',f:. t - '1. ..." I- B T V-Veat U;Vrs"aiiu tor tasM WT nand a Very large and elegant tock of STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS, that wt axe offer "S wj low prtc for cash. Otir stock oTDRESS KUA.la very Urge u oinplt,eouistii.g lu part of Bezant Rbi--0'l, r--:; ' - ITooBcedttlks; -" - i- Bayadere r ,-. piid . 'r ,- Kkrh atSn Striped and Plaid Poplin a at very low With a larr and elegant assortment of rich Moire Antiqoes, boneht in J oh. and will be sold greatly lr" than importers ort. with a'full tin of be makes of Black Bilks, rerr tow for cash VT. A. J. C. McCLEJ LAND. -sssbsbb . ' 1 '' . ' TTneurrent Money at Par. TTK win take all "Free Bank" money, Oroes, Shel- V braille. Lwren-ebarg, and PandrHife at par, for good. W. A. J. G. McfTEI-LAND. tt. As we intend doing an exclusive cash bui- Bee thin year, we will clone ont eur present stock at annreceoted kw prices for cash. , a2a U ....

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 March 1858

ItdiiboiUc fJotiriot V JTOJ"nnum ..,-...,........, '"i-" , par tuuun, S 00 'Weekly, perannnm,....r SCO One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies fur one rear, in advance 5 M When the Daily, Trl-Weckly, or Weekly la to be wmconunueo (paid in advance at the time subscribed for), the subscriber most 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. If the party in good, it will be Sent until paid. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at oar rise. JHisrellanfous. Quaker City Insurance Company, OF PHILADELPHIA. . Office, Jranklin Buildings, Ko. 408, Market st Capital and Snrpltis,... ...... .$250,000 Chartered Capital. . . , $500,000 Tir Inaurmne on mora, Du tilings, PvXlie BuQd Amy ami Merchandise generally. Marine IosprailCS n VetsrU, Cargo an Freight to Mmi from all pur is nf Ike tVorUL Also, In? amd Insurance on Cfrod to and from all parts of Out Luum. Statement of ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 March 1858

3n i r OasljMllyJotriDt J-ATLT $S I TSXWSIZLT t l WEEXtT3. jiJttamrr . cast, " ia r. josrits, iiiitii,tAMPico raormnToiut, - T7. H Y.SMITH, IRAP.JOXES, J Editort. -Z e. t . Office, No. ibi Dekderlfk Street. SATURDAY, MAECH IS, 1858. ..J. .jjiuddr rkiionopbr. . .. Andrew Johnson, io his recent speech as tailing Mr. Bkll, said he understood "the ba sis oo which the institution of slavery rests," and proceeded to philosophize an follows: "Jnst bo long as men are organised as they are, phystp ally And mentally, one having more brains and tnore intellectual power than an other, there will bedlfiereut Classes in society. Take the physical man alone, without refer ence to the intellectual, and force him in con tact with the principles f production, and you will see that under certain circumstanc es, one is enabled to produce more than an other. ' This results from our organic struc ture. : ' ; . Let me illustrate my meaning by an exam ple.' Here are two men one rif whom has dou ble the phy...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 March 1858

r "f r SATUBDAY MOEjraiG, KAECH 13, 1858. Notice to Transient Advertisers.' II transient advertisements' lti this paper mast be paid for at the time they are banded In otherwise they will not be inserted. Transient Jvb Work mm be paid for on delivery. -.: 1 " . The combined circulation of the Dally and Tri-Week-ly edition of the Patriot in the city, and in the sec tion of coo n try trading with Nashville, hi greater than that of any other paper In the city. All ad vertisementt are inserted in both editions hence the Patriot ia the beat advertising medium. . IIabketixo, -Vi tb the exception of batch ers' meats, the retail market of Nashville is now Yerj; poorly supplied. We do not re member eTer to have seen, at any seanon, such a scarcity ; and, to make matter worse, the little that Ls offered, U held at unreasonable prices. Just think of cabbages, about three inches in diameter, selling at 10 cents a piece; and a peck of Hanover greens at 25 cents; eweet potatoes at 40 and 50 cents...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 March 1858

.kjtaw : v fri) s rtr. Cinrinnatt. TDIjoIesiile :J iMim. prnflflists. a J. V ia - .ran5i)0rfatt0ne Great bargains to'r Cash! WE bare on hand a very large aad elegant stock of STAPLE AND FANCT GOOPe, that we are offer f at very low prices for cash. Our Mock of DRESS BiliS IS very Urge and eomplete, consisting- in part of Elegant Robes-a-QuIlle,. ' - . Flounced Silk; ... . .... . Bayadere " . - Weh Satin Striped and PUld Poplins at very low prices. - With large and elegant assortment of rh.li Moire Antiques, bought In Job, and will be sold greatly less than Importers cost, with a full line of Ix-itt makes of Black Silica, Terr low for cash .. .. ... W. A. J. O. McCLEI LAND. TJararrent Money at Par. TT7T will take all "Free Bank" moner, Ocnire, ?nel- byvtlle, Lawrencebnrg , and DandrMrs- -at par, for goods. W. A. k 1. G. McO.ELI.AND. N. R. As we Intend doing an exclusive nli bnsi aess this year, we will close out onr present stock ai anpreeentftd low prices for caah. - - -g jaa2S f . W...

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