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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 9 January 1858

r v. X: i NASHVILLE: Saturday Morning, January" 9, 1857. ; ICalrtol Adverllilnr. TEN LINKS OH LESS TO CONbTITUTR A FQUAEE. g I nn vac 1 1 additional Insertions 50 square l n 8 00 44 8 00 44 4 so 6 Hj 8 00 10 00 P.EKBWAKI.K AT PLKAPURK. One square, on year, 88' Each additional equate, 810 A d e ertiaera exceeding: l lie apace con(rc. led for. will becbarged lorlberxceo. police to 'rritiiaient Advertiser. All transient advertiaeuie-r.ta in tbU paper.niuet be paid or at the time they are l.anued In otherwise the will not be inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid for on deli very. JNew lfunalriees lleti.e. We ti.ko pleasure in calling tbe attention of the readers of the Patbiot, to tew Grocery bouse, wbich lias j il been Jorfhed in this citr, composed or Messrs. Tim FLt O. Harris, Wm. O. Harris, and K. B. Harris. The firt as ptrioer and ;the latter as clerk, in the late Cra o( E Iwaril & Har ris, hvc already became w. 11 and fivorably knowo ' to the trad ; whilbt the n maiiiiu pa...

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. — 9 January 1858

3 0 V - amaWMBsal DRY GOODS, ETC. GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASH. at vera ! rrlro.for Cash. Our stock ef DRBSa BUJUJ If Terr larg rd eomp'e'e. eoBltln to part 01.. I very a Elegant obes,a Qnll'a; Flounced Silks; Bvadere " Pla'd ' . ' ' Rei Satin Striped od Plaid Poplins ,w With a larg and elegant assortment of rich tlques.bought In iob, and will be fold retlj tor thaa, Inrnorter cos, with a full line of best make of Black Bilks, wary :o. f Jr cash. fl VcClMXAK1). TTnciirrent money U Pam T TTK will II take all "Free Bank" money. Oeoee. fHienvT. , Lawrencelrarr, and T'andrt', tper. ror W. A. J. C. MoCteiXaSD. V Tille, rued. N. B. As we Intend doing aa exclusive eah '"" et tr,we will ekxe ont our present stock etonreoe denred 'o rrlces forcash. JW. A. J.O.WaU. Not 80 tf. .- - - Ii. C. WcSlIRY & CO.,: l,io r xii cits i am. atai or Foreign and . Domestic Dry Goods, TJo. 55, Coiakha "Tamer, NASUVILEF. TENNESSEE. WE have now In t ore munnvlar-end e'erently arti -tocfc of F" rd wfntrr rv1 of e...

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. — 11 January 1858

1 , - - v -. i : if - ; , -' : ''''... -:'.- i, v--4.t'.! i , : .TO !- NASnVILLE1 PATRIOT, PUBLISHED DAILY, THI-WEEKLY & tVEEKLT. ' BT SMITH, CAMP A CO. sr. nr. smith. A.s.CAstr, thos. callbbdeb. t.r.joim. Office, No. 16 Deaderlca. Street. llfri irirrs - -" (rt ! r r r 98 00 5 00 3 00 5 00 or two Weeklies for en NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS. From 8. M. PETTTNGILL CO'g A"D VERTISING AGENCY 119 Nassau Street, Nw Yost, . . - And No. 10 State street. Br-trTO-f. P. A- Co.. are Arentrfor the most influential and largest Ireulating Commercial Papers both In the United States and the Canadas. AOEXTS WAMTCD) TTO sell Goods for a mannf teturing hou.eln this City. J. Salsrv from 11(0 to tl rrr irrnths.id expense. On receipt Of 110, r will forward Stirple bv Express with Instructions, or, address encVosinr P O. Stamps for particular! r. B. OR VIS, Real Estate and Mock Brolfer, No. SO, Um St.. Clrcirrati. 'Mo. June 1 lyd. Pott Office box fW) STEAMBOATS EEGULAR CINCINNATI PACKETS. The staunch and ...

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. — 11 January 1858

DULY $8: TEI-WEEXLY 5: WEJCLY $ SMITH, CAMP & CO., Proprietor. W HY. SMITH and TJLA. P. J02TZ3, Witon. on IC. i, t t t : i DaadwHek 8,'t MONDAY, JAUT7AEY 11, 18J8. The Yl lioleaale Crcrf Trade of Kaih llle. . . Amidst the rapid but substantial pro gress of the wholesale trade of Nashville in all the departments of mercantile bn Bincsc, daring the last few years, no branch has outstripped the grocery bnsiner3. In this the Increase has been very heavy, and does not seem to have received any mate rial check by the financial reverses of the times. This city, beings situated at the opposite ends of the great and cheap line of water communication, from the pro ducing region and original importing and home markets for the principal commodi ties that enter into this trade, and being " surrounded by a vast extent of country whose interests make dependent upon this point for eupplies, is blessed with unusual advantages and facilities for carrying on this trade. These advantages enable our...

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. — 11 January 1858

0 X I NASHVILLE: Monday Morning, January 11, 1858. - . Kates of Advertising. TEN LIKES OB LESS TO CONSTITUTE A SQUABS. One Sq. 1 day, 1 00 each additional Insertion $ 60 " square x jj " 2 00 - 9 00 " 4 BO " 6 oo (to 10 OO RENEWABLE AT PLKASTBR. One square, one year, Each additional squat e, f 10 Advertisers exceeding tbeacecuiiirac led far, will be churged for lUetxceM. Notice to Transient Advertisers. A II transient advertisements in this pair, must be paid or at the time they are handed in otherwise theywill not be Inserted. Transient Job Work miut be paid for on del Very. Xravellinjr Aent. R. P. Mohs, Esq., iute-ds shortly to viait our subscribers in the following coumieH, Wiiliameon, Maury, Wayne, Hardin, Lawrence, Gil's, Marshall Liucolu, Bedford, and Rutherford, for the purpose of collecting our suty-criptioi:a. If any of our Merchants hare claims in auy of the above counties and wirh theia attend.-d to, they can write to Mr. Moa, at Frackiiu until the 20th iiirt. Mkchamcs'Ins...

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. — 11 January 1858

DRY GOOD?. ETC. GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASH. . . . . ..-... w '.--. handa v--w1are onr. """ .-. m btaplf. sn fancy om ps, rfin.K8 i i Tf r iot nrtresior ';aan. uor - , . It very large a d ---P'e. eoesj tin? P" " iH'for Oaah. Oortocei " 3 ' , pton-eed Bilki; ." ttrsdere - .. . P'' " ,t Ttr1 prl-es. TMeN "..tin Striped and Plaid PP"f " " f Voire n W,h , law and '' JJ?r areata 1m- 1ati tl-ies.Vwght In :ob wl" !Ltin,,,of BlaekBilk, m-o'r.-o-t,wlth a fall bneof b1""" Terj ewf rcash. . r a. McCLXXLAKD. , -.- wiener i Par. V. TC A. .ppve-n nop.; "'"rC ,. .... wp oil I eWe on oar presen-. a.or . 4.-rd -rlee for cash. Nov If f- R. f. McNIIRT & ro., Forrim Pnmrstic Dry Goods, rin. PX, rou.aoa Trr, 'n -t ore - -aorta or rd " lnT - " - . p'e"-fr. to . "toe-. 7 " " j 0--s'oe-an e-rlvand 'n-n"-h W""1" tion. ve feet V, -m-ld r,'l the at we ran -a-- " " - a nHnn of b"-r particulirly to tne iomw.u men',i in our baiiDf. Drpsn Onods, Eln three flo"iced UnnhV VIrt : paii do; p-mi Dr""'; " Mrtrln" ; rr'...

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. — 12 January 1858

NASnVILLB PATRIOT, PCBLI SHED DAILY, TBHTEEKLY & WEEKLY. BT SHITE, CA2IP ft CO. v. nr. smith. A.s.caMr, thou, callbsoxb. .. 20BBB. Office, No. 16 Deadertcb. Street. tA MJ -x- rsstiaa. Daily, r" annum 00 TH-Weekly, per annum WkW. Tir tsBom J w One Weekly fortwoyear. or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, 5 00 NEW YGRl( ADVERTISEMENTS. From 8. M. PETTINGILL CO'8 ADVERTISING AGENCY 119 Nassau Street, Nw Yon, And No. 10 State street, Bostos. P. k Co., are Agents for the most Influential and largest ircnlatin CommercialPapers both In the United States and the Canadas. AKCNTS WAITED, TO sell Goods for a annfieturing rouretn this City. Pals rv from H0 to 1Mu er rrrrtb a.id extnae. On receipt of 10, we will forward Birr pic, bv Express with Instructions; or, address enclofina V. O. Stamps for particulars C. IS. OFcMS, Eeal Estate and Stork Broker, Junel-1yd. "'g REGULAR. CINCINNATI PACKETS. tl ( ': -- T- Tur rMTii i rM E i The nnch and ripprovei lii-ht water packets S EVE STY SIX, HA...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 12 January 1858

J Ifaspttt patriot. DULY f 8: TBI-WEEKLT J5: WBEKLT 3: v.ht.smith. i.i.ciir. Tioi.ciiuniu. ir-'n ' SMITH, CAMP & CO., Proprietors. "W HT. SMITH and ISA P. J05ZS, Editora. Offloe If. 16, i t t t De4ertck Street. TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1858. The K anaa Complication and Hne drawing' close. ball the South Surrender at Discretion? A new phase in the affairs of Kansas has been reached. She has framed and adopted a State Constitution, and is about to present herself with it to Congress for admission as a sovereign member of the , Union. The question is simple and plump: Shall phe be admitted ? Unfortunately, the course of bad men and imprudent men acting in violent antagonism heretotore, has thrown some embarrassment around the question. But this does not relieve Congress of the responsibility and duty of answering it, promptly and decisively. What, then, shall be the answer? Let us recur briefly to the political his tory of the Territory. The first election for a territorial Legislature...

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. — 12 January 1858

G r 1 i NASHVILLE: Tuesday Morning', January 12, 1858. Katetsof Advertising. TEN LINES OK I.ES8 TOCONfeTITTTR A f QUAES. One "q. 1 day, 44 1 week. a, 1 00 each addition' Insertion 8 M "- square i a' 8 00 " 8 00 4 SO 6 0" ' " 6 0 10 00 8 00 4 00 6 00 8 10 12 0 13 ' 0 25 00 S week, 1 month 2 ' 8 " A " H " RENEWABLE AT PLKAPURK. One square, one year, 83'' Each additional squat e, 10 Atlvertiwera exreedlne ilieiace tonlrac. fed for M ill be charged for the rireM, Notice to Transient Advertiser. A n transient advertL-emcnt in this paper, must be paid or at ths time they are handed in -otherwise they will not be inserted. Transient Job Work muit be paid for on deli- Very. A UWfcl Machine. We had the pleasure yesterday of examining and witnessing the opera tion of "L'czn'g Lnj,roced Corn Planter," a new agricultural machine, cow claiming the attention of tb. aijricnicuri-rt. It is on exhibition at the Merchant' Exchange ia tbia city. The Machine la very simple, and app "sred to as to be pe...

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. — 12 January 1858

I 4 DRY GOODS, ETC. GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASH. ... . .....nt stock W1 ' iiiwmi bands verv large enu . offtrinf v v STAPLE ANft FAN CT OOtiw, jgB8fi BILKS i wyiow trices ror Cash. uuri-- l-,tof' la Ten Urge and etnp't't. eoi-le I"" 0,1 Elegant ob.." ' ' , . . Flounced 8H, pysdere " . RteS Fatl. Striped andaid 1"";', Mrf M-.th . I.r,e and .rS" rr."v 1 t an Tery low for cash. w. A. A J. O. MoCLEIXAND. ..,, itTAnv at Pari i bch"'"; ' rr wl'1 take all "Free Bank" roone y. Ocoee, Bnelhy ville. La-rencebure, and P.ndrldge , P'vfor W1 vo n. ...... ar p a we Intend doing an exeloslvs cash bneluess Bit vear.we will clone out our present stock at nnf'?c" den'ed'n'vrices for cash. W. A. J.G. Moo.. fovS tf. : It. C. McNAIRY & CO., URca'ciii ins w six nr 3 Foreign and Domestic Pry Goods t-j :; for 1 zna "r"TXT, !' 'XASIIVILLI2. TE5SESSEE.' all v large and elegantly w E have now In store """ nnw in -1 ' " "- . ..,.. f every ...orterf toclr nr K . ' ,nM. nd we ere prensreo to o ,Cr. - -- . . . - ...

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. — 13 January 1858

I - - : i . r -i , I ; : - - - - - . . ' ..... . v . .. ,-j 1 . . - . v - . - . " .... .... -" - ' -- - : ' . i '"-' r n r' NASHVILLE PATRIOT, , in iV,v, r.Mci.EA-x's-- 8 v - .-. ... .... . . .. ' ..... ., , , . PUBLISHED DAILY TBI"WKEKliY Ac WEEKLY! !: ' SMITH, CAMP 4 CO. " f. T. SMITH. A.S.CAMr. THOS. CALLS BEB. t.r..tOBa. .. ,, ' Office, Na. 18 Detiderlck. Street. Dally, per annum, f WJ Trl-Weekly. per annum, ....... 5 J Weekly, per annum,. ...... 3 00 One Weekly for two yean, or two Weeklle for one .- year, In advance, -- " NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS. From S. M. PETTINGILL CO'S ADVERTISING AGENCY llvNuava8treet,Nrw Yobe, And No.lOStaUstreet.BOBTOM. P. A Co., are Agents for the moat Influential and 1 arrest lreelatinr Commercial Papers both in the United Statesand the Canada. QUESTS WAITED, TO ell Good for a manufacturing house In thl City. 8alar from 11(0 to flSO 1 er rrootb sad expend. On receipt of 110, we will forward 8srrple b Express with Instructions; or, address enclosing P ...

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 January 1858

rgatatf.: DULY $3: TEI-WEEX1Y 5: WZZXLT $82 W.IIT. SMITH. 1.I.C1NP. TUOI.CALLCHVKk. I. P. JOHn, S2HTE, CAKP & CO., Proprietori. j W HT. SMITH and IRA P. J02TZS, Xditora. Ofle II. 1, t t Dwaeartch. Street. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1858. The Kanea Conspirators and. Issue In our yesterday's paper, we pave a his tory of the coarse pursued by abolitionists and freesoilers in Kansas, from the organ , ization of the territory; showed that they have persistently acted as a rebellions, not to say treasonable, faction, in opposition to the legal local gOTernment, and to the Federal government, by which it was sus tained and protected. They 6etnp a rev olutionary government of their own, at - Topeka, differing only in detail from that of the Mormons in Utah. And it was not until Angnst last, that they gave up that government, and resolved, in convention at Grasshopper Falls, to participate in the then approaching election for a new terri torial Legislature, and a delegate to Con gress. In th...

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 January 1858

-7 s NlASHVILLE: steamboat and sivebkews, ; j C O M M'E 'R C I AU 1 Wednesday Morning, January 13, 1858. Rateiof Advertlilur. Tn LIXX8 OB LESS TO OONbTlTCTK A 6 QUA EE. One 8q. 1 day, 1 week, - 44 S eek, -1 month 2 " 3 " " IS 44 ' 1 00 each addition! insertion R 64 8 00 " 44 square 1 SO 4 60 00 -0 12 Ifl 19 IO 85 00 8 00 00 4 00 6 Ou 8 00 10 00 vrvraiRM AT PI RiPFRE. On umm nn v. ar. aft" Eitch additional annate. 10 Jtdveriiaera exceeding tlte kpare con Irac- - iea ior,wiii dc cuargea lor me ce 1Holo ... -.. .I.n lilxrlloril. ' An transient advertisements in this ppr, must be paid . . . . . 1 . . : 1 . .- . linnjlwl In n 1 1 1.. I., llipv will tint be inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid for on deli very. Tru w l 1 1 it ir Airriil. R. P. Moss, Esq , intends shortly (o visit our - ecbscnbers in the following counties, llliatnson, Maury, Wayne, Hardin, Lawn-cce, Gil-?, Marshall Lincoln, Bedford, and Kuthcrford, lor tne purpose of collection; our subi-criptioDS. If aiy oi our Aerc...

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. — 13 January 1858

DRY ' GOODS;sETCtf GREAT BARGAINS' FOR" CASH. Wii hand a vervlsrr and o-rine STAPLE AN n t A NCY Our toc" " Is T.ry large ard eomp'e'e. ,tiVi? Elegant ch.Q,,,"f partofj 1 . Flounced Silk., --'. pyadere ; j Plaid PopHn. t evv lew price. ' TMeh 8tln SMped n With a lirrond 'Jfilb M rreatlv leaa Ahaa tlqne, bought ''of best makee of Black Silk, Yery low for cash. . r. A. A J. . McCLELLAND. ..-mit Money at Par, - B ..VII nv Focly. VVJr.:' "ir.nceburr. and Tandr.ng., itW will take r,: .t V,ar. for 1H rar a W. A. J. G. MoCLELLASD. fffA4d . it.n ii.ln an exclnslve eh le.rlne w... ve7r clo.. oat onr present fWCTS fA.AIlh . W. dgv. A U WVVe, f Not tf. - n. C. McNAIRY & CO., ..oB-naiiaaa A Li lrao Foreixn end Domestic Dry Good, Wo. B5, Cotuma "Tattrr. fASIIVILtr-, TKNNCSSEE.' irrr b. now In .tore - Bn..tWlarre and elegantly VV rt; .toek f Fall and lnt-r ovl m yerr de-cripron e"d -re pren.red o.r jrrea er Indnee- ItVand rW, will rorrp.re with tT m the country and I,, pr.ee ab.i! be a. low a...

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 January 1858

a r : " - .-...y... .fry-i.! .. ajaS -:. ..ia a.... .-. ..aaai j - irtirw r -- - ... t- ., ... --j ,- nitinii r i mii 'ii i - i - . - ;. , - . - ; t ' ; 1 r,.u!,' ff t-;. (tv - .'- NASnVIIIiE PATRIOT, rUBUSHED DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY Sc WEEKLY, BT SMITH, CAHF CO. W. BT.IaflTH. i.l.CiMF, TROfl. CALLER DIR. l.f. JO-. Office, No. IS Deaderlek Street. Daily, per unom, . Trl-Weekly, per annnm,. .............. ........... Weekly, per annum, One Weekly for two yean, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, ............................ NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS. From 8. M. PETTINGILL CO'8 ADVERTISING AGENCY 119 Nassau Btreet.Niw Tobi. And No. lOState street, Boston. P. k Co., are Agenttfor the most inflaential and largest Irealatintr CommercialPapers both In the United Statesand the Canadas. TO sell Goods far a manoftct-ring fconreln this City. Balr.v from f If 0 to tlSOj tr irr.rtba.id exienes. On receipt of 1 10, we will forward 8 in pies by Express with Instructions; or, address enc.oing P. O. ...

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 January 1858

DULY 98: TBI-WEEXLY $5: r.IT.IMITS. a. a f.ttm . rUMH'' r.OBl. SilTTH, CAMP & CO., Proprietors. , - "W HT. SMITH and ZBA P. OJTES, Editor.. One If.1S. f t . t D-eHek Strww. THUBSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1858. The Uanaao Coiwp1lcmin The North and tbe South. Neither oar principles nor onr feelings have led us to sympathise or act with that, class of politicians in the Sooth, who ha?e been variously denominated as extremists, . . . , Ta - a. 2 nre-eaurs ana aismiioiii&is. to le denied that there is a universality of feeling and sentiment pervading the South in favor of slavery and its protection. If the political schemes of some, and the ex tremely ntrrons temperament and tender sensibilities of others, have caused them to take ultra positions, tending to and perhaps aiming at a dissolution of the Union, it is nevertheless true that the body of the South are determined to maintain their constitu tional rights. We prefer, and re believe the coneervative masses prefer, that this should b...

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. — 14 January 1858

NASHVILLE: Thursday Morning, January 14, 1858. Ilatenof Advertltiue. TEN LINES OB LESS To COihTIlTTB A SQUARE. CuaSq. lday, 1 Ofl each additional Insertion $ BO 1 week, 8 00 " 44 square 1 5 ltks 4 50 44 " " 2 " 44 1 month SUO 44 - " 8 00 w g 9 10" 44 44 4 t0 44 a w 12 tO 44 " 44 6 0 v 6 w IS ' 0 " 44 " 8 0" 44 12 44 25 00 44 44 10 00 RENEWABLE AT TLKAPCEB. One square, one year, 83 Each additional sqnaie, 910 Ad verilaera exceed ing t be space con frac. led for. will be cbureed f or lle txce. Notice to Trnukient Adverliaer. r An transient advertisements iu thi pa.er, must be paid or at the time tliey are handed in other be they will not be Inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid for on deli very. cittcci r tuua r CLtUK. jf We are authorsed to announce CbaS. Hats a candi dite for Clerk of the Circu t Court of Davidaon county. U" We are authorised to announce Joh Hcob f t h a canui.Iale far Clerk of the Circuit Court of Davidson County 3TWe are auiborixed to annoa ce rmsi-at T. Gabrs...

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. — 14 January 1858

ml dry goods; istc; GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASH. WIM, hand. '"VtweVrVoHn STAPLE AN? FANCY OtVWtaSgM Very Urge a omr'e'e. Elegant "obes.a . Flouoeed Silks, . Bvsdere - .,, .,, .nd Plaid Poplins t rerr lew price. v win lob. inn win oo tola eresiiy ic"" tlqaes. bought In - B, k , ItanArterarO ,w; j- very low for eah. W. A. J. CK McCLILLAND. T'nrurrrnt ITfoneT ' .. a -1- .11 uvm. p.r,k nionrT. Oeoee. Shelby. VV i ..muMhirr. and Dandrtd. at par, 'or Z2a W. A. J. 0. MCCLELLAND. r n la w Int.nd dnins- an exclusive cash bnalne vt v"er, we win eloe oat onr present rtk,m T'TS dented low price for cash. .W. A.4J.8. Mow.n Not 80 tf. R. C. McNAIRY & CO., Foreta and Domestic Dry Goods, No. B3, CoLLioe 'PTaerr. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE.' ttt h.T. ... In .tore nuunw large end elegantly W aborted .toe of Fa" and Winter Rood- of verv de-eript'on. and we -re pren.red to oer ,,' inent. tr. person, wishing article. In onr line, than iltha. rrerheen one phya-nre to do. .mrnor,.n ;. . .n with an in th eonntrr...

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. — 15 January 1858

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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. — 15 January 1858

-eS -fc. ,3 2 a. s aa? saafJaaa A S a v A. a P ... V-4 jje f aiffr print DULY $8: . TBI-WI" 5: WEEKLY $3: .HT. SMITH. A..eAMr. THOe.CALLBKDaa. t.r.JOBBS. swtth, CAMP & CO., Proprietors. vj HT. SMITH and IRA P. J01TES, Editon. : Otwew t t t t t Deaderlrk Btreret. FRIDAY, JAUTJARY 15. 1858. Xlie Sound Northern Democracy , "Ever since the sham democracy intro duced the subject of slavery into the polit ical controversies of the country, it has been the boast of the Southern leaders that their Northern allies were the only true friends of the South in that section of the Union. So persistent have they been in the repetition of this boast, and so un tiring have been their denunciations of Abolitionism against all other parties , North, they have succeeded in deceiving - the greater portion of the Southern peo ple. In vain has the startling fact been exhibited that Bieney, and Hale, and Tav Ijcrev, and Fremont, and "Wilmot, and hosts of the rank and file of the abo litionists are prof...

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