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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 21 February 1859

tai,miic yotnoi. at A RI VTF .T-.. "PA nPR - m m - mmmm I 'i'W 1 J ! V I - H i Mil 1 J I , i II ... II l v. I . 1 V a M - : S m. .... ? Daily, per annum, S8 00 Tri-Weekly,pcreiinum, .... 6 00 Weekly, per annum,. "8 00 One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for ncvear, in advance, H When the Daily. Tii Weekly, or Weekly U tob discontinued (paid in advance at the time "bacr.bed or) the subscriber miust order, otherwise it wilioe ontinued.atoor opt on, untU paid for and stopped. nee, Vat our option. If the party is good , it will be Itaee by mail, in registered-'letters.at oar risk. 44 12 00 S S ea S 44 IS 00 44 12 44 ; " o -r 1SS IIViHll . a. mnarnw PUBLISHED DAILY, TI.I-WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY, BY SMITH, CAMP & CO., XO. 16 DEADERICK STREET. Oae Square, one year, $ao aacb auuiiMmal eeoaiw SI WritUtn notire must be given 10 take out aaa atop ea Tertsemeuls of yearly advertiser U-rore lbs yawr ea. pire, otherwise we shall charge t!ll done. - Noconiraet of yearly adveruieo-uu will be d...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 21 February 1859

V I J tiflgjjpille patriot. PAIIT t8; TBT-WEZgLT t8: WEEKLY tl a- it. HY. SJIITII, CAItlH 4c CO. i w. r.oara, a. . cnr, Titos. callsdu, is p. josbs. s t ' W.HT.SMlTH.l uuP-JONr,4"- : . ' Office o. lo lederlk Rtret. - 2 . MOOT AY, FEBRUARY 21, 1S39. 2 Va and Aloe f Term-A HTf- " nne XarlfT Fre Trade. . . ; ThVse terrrt", with ik detr-rrrrioat pijrnifl cation ia the- m.nrls of nine-tenths tf the Democratic speakers aad writers who ue, or z rather abuse, tbem, haveTjecornewatcb-wonls with that party are gravely uttered on the floor oT Congivw glibly ejxk'n from the stamp airi incorporated In rcwlutionn alopted at Democratic conntj meeting: as if these speaker and writers meant romethinfc which their hearer or readers conld under stand. " If, by thece terms, be meant or understood a tariff of duties asesed toldy and txelwitetly with a view to raising a required amount of revenne, and with no consideration whatever for the protection of domestic productions, then, we have to say, that 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. — 21 February 1859

r. 1 ' M A !t N A S H y I L;L E ; HO'l4Y M0UN1NG, FEBRT, 21, 1839 Opposition State Come ntlon, 29lh of March. ArVrfuU concaltation with many of our lriemis In various parts of the Stat, it ha been l--m'd most expedient t fix ibt- 25th of Makcw next, as the most ?iijnM- tins- for holdiujr. a CuiiTentioa of the Opposition to Permcrocy in this State. In compliance, herefore, with tlim ntinwit, we hi-reby an nounce that day as the appointed time for the assembling of that body ; and take this occa sion to tirjre upon onr friends in every coanty la the State to call primary meetings on the first Monday of February or March, to ap point delegates to said convention. Let there b a full representation. -'" "Sir, (tmrrvD, the Artist. In the (-how window of M'.s-ts. Thompson & Co., on College f-treet, may now be men Mr. Camfron's painting or tho . reentry at Lookout Mountain. This view is known to b one of th; finest landscapes in America, if not in thft world; and yet, as far as we know,...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 21 February 1859

fssBnaliCorts. .Cljtrinnoti. .4?iMj!ste Sttdmtoatiicr .'T Clover Sed, . - Blue and Herde Grass Seed,U Linseed Oil, ' Lard Oil, .-Candle4 and Soap,1 Cheese, Cordage, , . Painted Buckets, TvrT?i.T!Roy?,'wtAPPivr,PAPFF.wMj'ikiJ;An, X- VTXFGaR. TTPPFNTjNE. CRACTEPSsn.1a!l ar fecle of CINCINNATI PROf -UCF and MASU ACTURE, Of WARXA.vrrnGoen Qcautt at I-owtmt Cam Pi lew. Ord. r. filled raf Cincinnati, Ohio, a- Consignments of Cotton, Pried Fruit, Lard, T-Jathers, Beeswax. Ginseng, Ac, wiU receive 11th, .a ....... r the Ktrket. dec21-tf SO. J CtAKK. JXO. tUTCHBLL. GEO. J. CLARK & CO., Commission and Forwarding -No. 37 Walnut Street, ; Cincinnati, - - - - Ohio, ' I i . . Receive and Sell - - Floor, Grain, lro visions, A-wn VRtiTiVCT. GENEBAILY. Conslgnrntots respectfully solicited. - . octl-em CRACKERS. Batter Crackers, Dyipeptie Craeken Soft'" ine " Cream it I ion Pilot Bread. TTi Wimvm) OF TirE BEST OrAlITY 'lKJCE LIST sent on application. Very low rate 1 HI non-sal. ll"uirs luK.numni ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 22 February 1859

-A.- - - . t '--.rr RATES OP ADVERTlSIIiG. T r Sr ura oa ia ss o'c-rbtvs mtcxam, uars 1 day, S 1 OO eack ad al nasruaa t - M . " 1 week, S ' T"-ii1i1li'alSiHTata 1 " 1 weeks. AM a aa H J I bbob 1, M ---,. 44 .", on 00 r. : , . . g - - is fM - - ' a - m - 18 00 " M 12 & 00 " 44 TKHJIS: Pally, per annum, -.....'....."..-...as 00 1 ' Trr-Weekly, per annum, 00 Weekly, per annum, 8 00 On Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies . for one year, in advance - . When the Daily, Tri Weekly, or Weekly I to be discontinued (paid in advance at the time subscribed or), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will! be out nued.atour oon, until lid for and stopped. not paid, it mart le pa.d at the time rtj"""" nee, oral onr option. If the party is good, it will be - 2by mail, In " registered" letters.at our risk. , II- . ' ! t UIW SLB AT P lASCB . 1 Oee Pqoare, on. year, 20 tcb addi ot.laqwar Sit Written notice must be given to take out aad stop aa vert ements of yearly ad varus ers before tha yea...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 22 February 1859

.oAl JijasljinUc .'Patriot. 1 " 1 " ' (t DAILY 3: TRl-VfTLtZLY tS: WEEKLY $3. " " BY $7IITII,CAnP&CO. W.HT. SMITH,! IRA I. JONES, J Editor. Offlee -I. 16 Deaderlck Street. J-c - TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1859. " I know that there are men ptoo in tho South who. lik the dMirttfnishfd Senator from Soatb CarIiua,wue that the Soutb, hj unity and concert, can al ways combine with a party at tb North stiffi- ' ciently Btrong to Carry tre election awl con trol the Return of the federal trov- rnmnt. In my opinion there never wa a greater rni take. Suppose the election of President were to come off at tins time, and all the Southern , States including even Maryland, were united opon a candidate: how mny free State" could he carry ? Perhaps California and Ore gon ; but not another Slate." Senator loertun, of Georgia. In the case put by the Georgia Senator, that, if the South were to unite upon a candi- dat, Ac., be bas manifestly reference to a de mocratic noininee,aiid in that point of view, ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 22 February 1859

-4-1 NASHVILLE: TUESDAY 1I0KNTSG, FEBRTT 22, 1859 Opposition Stale Convention, 29th of March. T " After ftill confultatioa with many of onr friends ia various parte the State, it baa been deemed mott expedient to fix the 29ih or March next, as the most eligible time for holding a Convention f the Opposition to Democrocy in this Stat. In compliance, berefore, with this sentiment, we hereby an nounce that day as the appointed time for the jemMing of that body ; and take this occa sion to urge upon our friends in every county in the State to call primary meetings on the first Mouday of February or March, to ap point delegates to aid convention. Let there be a full representation, y - - Stewart College. This institution, tsiU uati d at Clarksville, aud undi-r the care of one of the Presbyterian Synods of Tennessee, was established a few years a;o, buildings erected to the value of nearly $40,000 and a large and hand-ome cabinet of minerals, complete chemical and philosophical appara- ' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 22 February 1859

CfnftnnoHr W)Qltmlt (Bxo(nt$7 H!5ffllane0H5e" 'Pf0ft55f0tfd ...Stcoiiili0at5 -fT 1 Jfc.a'j- 4 i-A 1 ' , r. 'Clover Seed, ' ' ' Tim stliy Seed-, Blue and Herds Grass Seed,U t u-z'' Linseed Oil, ? . Landles and Soap,1 - Cheese, Cordajre, , ... , . Painted Buckets, TT . PROOV S, WR A VJTVG pa pitc . wn ite lea n VINEGAR, Trr.PENTINE.CRACKEP.S, and alt ar tide of dNHNNATI PRODUCE and MANUFACTURE Of WFRAVTETOoon QrAUTT AT LOVOCT CASH PriCKS, ' Orders filled and shipments marfe promptly by ROBERT MOOKE, Cincinnati, Ohio, av-Con sign merits of Cotton. Iirled Fruit. Ijird Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng, Ac, will receive all tb advantage, or ttie mantei. aeczi-u '1 ao. m. cui. J"tO. TTCRBLL. CEO. J. CLARK &C0.,. Commission and Forwarding No. 37 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, - - - - OIilo, . . .. .... "4 Receive and Sell ' Flour, Grain, Vrovlslons, ' ' A17D PEODTJCE GENERALLY. sqarConsignrotnts respectfully solicited. -J-. sctl-fim CRACKERS- Bntlcr Crarkfrs, Soda Saear " Boston Water " Drpfptic ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 23 February 1859

.- ' HATES OF A D VH xlTl SUN' ti ' r (TB itsm est xasa to uujsiiiii rm a sowaassf ODsSquarsloay, 1 00 each ad allaswrtioa 9 ' " " 1 week, eachaddit'alsiiara 1 t .! weeks, I M . H " . " so i saontn, S UO ; " g 1 aiontha 9 00 " "ii n Daily, per annum $9 00 " " , ia 00 . aa '. ' is oo . aa " II " 14 oo ' M . kcrnrisu at naastacsVv . - - n One Square, one year, 50 rath addiuonal square tl Wriuea notice must be gives to take out sad stop aa ver Use meals tt yearly advsrtisvrs kaTor the yaar plres, otherwise we shall charge till dune. No contract of yearly ad rerbaeaienl will be dlswaa tiaued wrUioul previous notice to us , nor willany caars; be made for less than ope year at the yearly rates. r AdTertisers exceeding tte space contrast d for will be eharg-ed for tbe excess. cr. Trl-Weekly, per annum, 6 00 T Weekly, per annum, 3 00 -. One Weekly for w years, or two Weeklies - for one year, in advance, 6 00 When the Iiaily, Tri-Wcekly, or Weekly M to be discontinued (paid in advance at the...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 23 February 1859

, . - - . i L tta-ifL I I ti -a-a-l . . . , . i u ot it I nt In d b a P g e r t 1 1 i t i i 1 i 1 - asIjmUc fotriot.; DAILY $8: TSI-"WXESXT $5: WEEKLY $3. P4 MY SJl!TH,CAMPACO. V. r. lTlt A. 8. ti?,THf. CALUXDIK, IJU P. JOM. " " ... t 4 " '"w.HY.3Mrrir,i ' " IRA F. JONES. 5. j Offle !Yo. 16 Deaderlcfc Street. ' WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1858. 4 Agricultural Condition of lb Con trT. - ''r " A Statihtical View of American Afcricul- lurc," contained io an llre recently de livered bfre the American Geoprrapbice.1 anl Sut'-al Society, does . not give a very favorable impression of the progress of our national agriculture Jbe wheat crop, although it has not de- , creased in its actual amount, has not increag- cl in proportion to the increase of popula tion. In New England, it culture is rapidly - decunin2, wune in tlie middle Mates it is nearly ptationary. '. Referring to the products of the entire country, without alluding U any particular State, it appears that rye, oate, Irish and sweet ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 23 February 1859

V. ,., ,r TEDNESDAY'H0ENING,: FEB. 23, 1853 Tit TTlolele;lrr.Cd Trade, It has been a source of much gratification to us to note from jer to year, the expansion of the dry goods trade of Nashville. Enlist Ing an immense amount of capital and enter prise, and conducted upon pound and inb etantial basce, it has become almost the lead ing feature of the business of the city, and is dying more perhaps than any other single branch of trade to Increase ber solid growth and proppority. Judging the future by the past, we doubt not that the wholesale dry goods trade will continue to expand and to enrich our city. The eminent portion al ready attained by our merchants can but eerve as an incentive to the attainment of bigher positions. Tbey can make no step ! backwards," but must -continue onward and upward. Tbeir preparations for the spring trade, which has already opened, strengthens us in these opinions. Large, complete and r&ried as have been their stocks of goods heretofore, .they, ar...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 23 February 1859

t. Professlnnal-QLaf i.l ii 1 Cincinnati. 3tcctmb0at5o flotcls ; -il: r , Timothy Seed, - Vi ne 'and I ret lertis Grass 5eed,!J Linseed Oil. Urd Oil,, - v. , f 1' ' ! Candle and Soap,; Cheese,' lit .-i Cordage. Painted Buckets, 1 Trro- tip-kim. "vtr a pprxn v per .whitf i r a d, YIMFOAR, TURPENTINE. CRACKF.ardj!" r , ir.ter cincins i j ti prodice nd manuf actx be, 0t Wait vrrDGoot4 (&Atm At lwry-t Cass I kictm. .Orders Oiled and abipment ai prompt' by ' ROBERT MO"KF. ' Cincinnati, Ohio. LT.'sConrignment of Cotton, Dried Fruit, lard, Feather. Imhu, Ginseng, At,., will receive all the t advantage f the market. dcc21-tf iao. CUkT- " ixo. MITCHELL. GEO. J. CLARK &C0., Conimisslon and Forwarding ' M Ett cu a :vr S, No. 37 Walnut Street, , - Cincinnati, - - 1 '- ' '-'Ohio," , Receive and Hell - ' .Floor, C.raln, Vrovisloi.s, t AND FEODUCE GENER ALLY. ""Ty-Consignmenls respectfully solicited. fc octl-ftm CRACKERS-' Baiter Crackers, Soda 44 . . Sn?sr' Boston " ' ' Dvupeptic Crackers...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 24 February 1859

I I ! s iizlI HATES OFDVmiTli4V . '(ta1 Una 4afas tu erasmns a aorasa.- Cbquaxsly..a 1 OOaachad'allasartioaf - 1 weer; 3 00 eachaddit'alaquaxe 1 . weeks, 4 0 ' - t 1- " i Bootti. e oo - ' . I )' 4 XKHH8'"'r" Daily, pwainno, $8 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum, 600 Weekly, iwruoiim,..... 3 06. One weekly for two years, or two Weeklies ' Tof one year, in advance T. 'M When the Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly l tob' discontinued (paid in advance at the Ume subscribed or) the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be ontmued.alour opts, until paid for and upped. not paid, it most be paid at the time of discontinu ee,or at our option. If the party at good.it will be ittance by mail, in 44 registered" letter, at our risk. - - - ! . 44 i months B 00 - " 1 . 44 t 44 14 00 , ' 44 .. 44 .. ft 4"' 18 00 44 ..; " ft ea 1 a 44 44 IS 44 26-00 44 . . . . aaauaaia Mumm. ' One $3uare.o yr,t in each add itioaal aaaasa M -. Wruu-n notice must be given to take out aad stop a TertisemfihtS of pearly aJ vertiaers...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 24 February 1859

UnsljDiUCrliQtriflt, DAILY Si i ISI-VlisiT $: WEEKLY tZ. li sIY SMITH, CAMP 4c CO. .HT.SM1TH,I Kjiier. IRAP.JOVFH. J""- j s? Offlee Xo. IS Hderlelc Street. .tTIIURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1859. Davidson County Convention. baturJav, April 2d, 1859. For ' the" nomination of caulilnlp. ' to renrwent tb connty in the Senate and nonse ' r The Mrtal ward of the city and civil districts of th cnunty are rcineeted to bold mwtinir and appoint two delegates each' to euil convention. "Th ralrif prints a taW? showing what would be the Trofidontial oU a parties now ftapd in tb several States. Thm table jrirea the Republican 152, the Democrati" 143, and the Know-NVnhing 8 votes. The PutiH con ira this an alarming ftate of thinp. and. as the Democrat cannot, in it opinion, beat the Republican, it nrfr- a union of the op tioMtion for thia pnrp wc. When Democrat look at the PatrvK'i fif?nre. they may not think it Liir, with an admitted capital rT 143 electoral vote, including three free Statea, to jiive p...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 24 February 1859

tfXSHVlL.LE: lTIlURSDAY MO'sNING, FEB. U, 1859 MnRoix A Co.. north fide of the Public Square, ae never behind any of their compe- itors. In preparing, or we pnng, inuj, Iimv have invested their means munificently, Lnd collected one of the most extensive etock ,f good vcr brousht to. this majket. . . - . i .1 II v Jo .1 rr- belecioa who care, attu uwiuuhiumiib nint. It' will compare. In variety, quality and Luantity, with any to be fonnd la the ware- ooin ol eastern jobbers, and vastly supenor In adaptation to our trade. '.' , -. . . Fnm Jfc Cou. have received their supplWa If spring stock, aod are fully up to the wants hf the timev Intelligent, sagacious ronnw L.n th. nnderhtand and appreciate the ira- ErUnce of our city, as a dry goods market, 1 endeavor to do what they can to kevp the trade on the increase. Tbtir present I .11 htock is a very heavy one, embracing aw descriptions of dry goods kept in wholesale bouses. Its excellence is beyond question. t if There was a rumor in the...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 24 February 1859

- "-is'r".". ";T ,ii'0J Cincinnati. IDIiolcsfllerdffricsJ-50 j if Steamb0at5s trt . oltls, Ut. if i , ' .TT. -5 " i Clover Seed, ' Timothy Seed - iDlue and Herds tSr'ass Seed,U Linseed OilL K Lard Oil, f),iK;n.tales and Soap,V . Cheese, .; Cordage,,' t . I'niii hptl BROOMS.WRAPVIVG PAPrTR.WHITEirAD, ar RE of WAKAiTitGo t-rAurr at - - - - ort;r. fined .rB EoBVBraAry i rinrinnaM. Ohio art'-on.lrnroeT.t4 r Cotton, Dried '. VA'n.' v ' - .. will PTI T all f II A MUim,P-"i-"- . dcc21-t Klivanu-n vi " " . . CLASS. jvo. mit-cmeu- V. GEO. J. CLARK & CO., Commission andForwarding No. 37 Walnut Street, Clpelnnatl, " - . , - - - OUlo, Receive and Soil rioitr C.ra.n, Vro visions, 7 AXD PBODUCE GEKEBALLT. -Consignments respectfully solicited. -"w ottl-tn . CRACKERS- BnttfrCraclrrs, Soda " Sujrar " Boston " TTnt.B , it . ,. Dyspeptic Crackers Wine Spice " - Crrara " Pie-Me 14 II U ill - rilot Bread. ALL WARRANTED (IF THE BEST QUALITY, rDirr IKT idi anrillrntion. VcfV lOW rate X t. Wholesale ID...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 25 February 1859

f sTU1 snrHsamPfH-Boaaf ttaslniillc Print. UATES OP ADVEUTISLNU. (rat Vivas a tras To ouastirrra a sqfai , OaeSHoar. 1 day, S I 00 sachad'alrcan-oa $ " " 1 week, S f -haddil'alSHuare 1 " "2 weeks, 4 SO ' " J M " sooth, 0 00 " - " S " 1 months 00 " ' "4 . X 44 IJ 00 44 - ! M J . 41 . Jg oft . 4 M ' " , " 12 " 26 00 " ) M aiurswABii at KSAersa. One Square, one year, S-i0 each additional sqaare $1 Writlea notice must be given to take out and stops TCrtisemeuts of yearly advertisers before lh. yaar plrea, other w ise we shall charge till done. , No contra. rt of yearly adTerusements will be dissea ' trfled w riout rev sjua uotk-e to us. nor will any cu 'g be trade for leas than ene year al the yearly ratra. Adrertisers exceeding the space, contract ed for will be carged for the excess. Jt ' - . :: TEUKisi ... '' 111-, per annnro, Trl-Weekly, per annum, ' Weekly, iruiiun, 3 0 One Weekly fr two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, 00 .When tbe Uaily, Trt Weekly, or k'r''wJ ais...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 25 February 1859

;5pUe Patriot. - - DAILY 38: TEI-WEZJCLY $8: WEEKLY $3. ' IIT S.tllTll.CAMH 4CO. w. ir. surra, a. 8. c-jtr.-raoe. aurrou, ika r. jo. W. HT .SMITH, 1 E&njgr IRA P. JONES . J auo- as -. ; Ofllte 'o. 16 Ttsjaderick Street. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1858. j ExpatifcioD a in future the policy ff our r" cftuatrv, Rn'l emrcrdx alone feared and op posed ft.' Irc8(.;nt Ecch txix. More tbnn twenty-two hundred years ajro - thin came suijoct of territorial "expanwon,' by s forcible conquest of the Island of Sicily, was brought un ler tit? consideration of the 'Democracy of Athens find the arguments "a-nned hy the adTocates of the nu-Hnre, In pub ,H, stance, very nearly rw-etnM-j the arpimenta now rtd in the United Sfattti by thnw who are ready to go to war for the acquisition of "' Cuba. The qtiestion of nrnding a great naval ex pedition to Fyracusc for purposes of con - qneft was warmly debated in the assembly of the Atheninn people. Foremost among the advocates of "expansion" wan the brilliant...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 25 February 1859

MMMennswnBt NASHVILLE: FRIDAY, MORNING, FEBR'Y ;25t. 1859 Only Two More To-day and to-morrow are the last day of the stay of Mr. Semmoxs ia this city. During hlB sojourn, hundreds have become owners of liis Spt-ctackB, and we douM not there are hundreds more in the sections of country whicn trade at Nashville who would be glad to get a pair of them. To all such, who may fee this article, we say, be sure and get them when you can. Mr. Semmoxs contemplates making brief visits to Columbia, Pulaski, Murfreefiboro', Shelby ville and Lebanon, next week, and we take pleasure in commanding Lim and bis goods to the public. These Spec tacles have been used in this community for some years past, and we have never heard a word ol diatifaction uttered against tbem. On the contrary, the teatimony in their lavor has been universal. They are intrinsically worth double the priee aked for them, be cause superior to all others which have come before the public. We have before.us tet-ti-mouials from Pr...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 25 February 1859

Cincinnati. Clover Seed, Timothy Seed, r Ulue and Herds Grass Seed,H Linseed Oil, Lard Oil, Caudles and Soap,' ' Cheese, Cordage, Painted Ruche, TVTV BROOM WRAPPING PAPFP.WnrtEIJ'AP, YTN Hi A R. TTK F S'TTNE . CR TJj'V- t-'if f-ijp'r tleof CIM INNATI rUDDH Eand E' of WaTJvrvr.Go orAUTT at lww iMJ fm w. ' Cieriniiall. Ohio. Cflngnmcot or Cotton, Drwd Fruit, lard, Fe.U.cTS. Beeswax, Ginseng, x., Will receive all the advantages of tba market. rsx. j,'' ",tcheu- GEO. J. CLARK & 0., Commission andForirardiug MRlU'llAXTS, No. 37 Walnut Street, ' Cltteliinatl, - - Ohio, Receive and Pell Vloar, C.va.n, Vrovislons, AKD PRODUCE GEHEHALLY. jTS-Coiisignmi nts r-'pectrully solicited. -SV ectl-6m CRACKERS- Fnttfr Crackers, Drspfptie Crnrkfrs Soda Wine " Sosar " Spiie Boston " Cream Vattrr " T ic-.ie " Pilot Tread. All tfAERAHED CF TIfE BEST QUALITY. Iyp.IC'F LIST sent on "application. Very low rate lo Wholesale Houses purchasing in quantities. Tskms. ti clnnati References must be tteut. and C...

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