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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 22 March 1859

1 UflsljDille Patriot; ' HATES OF ADVKUTISLNli. rn m ok abb to od tft flftHatnTC'Vfl A IM a aval 1 ' B W W BTS M .H-a. r I WW I KB Bl . . . . KB. W -'-,. a. w V A - OfB Ba a a W Cat' W Oaabquar. 1 day. I 1 DO -each a4 aliaaortioa M - H . 1 waelc, SjUB tacB.a4Sst'alaotis. M " t wooks, 4 to " - ..." t a "1 asoatb M - " - as s a. -- t Booths 00 " "-- 4 M ' . '':: i".H 0 ' T V rI2C M m g t igoo M 44 4 " "11 if 8 00 44 44 - -U smTMi s ax ruaavBa. . One Bfroare, one year. 30 each additional aqaar $! Wr.tten notice must b grvea lo lake out aad anf ad vertise me lis of yoarly advertisers befor. th. yoar as pires, otherwise wa snail cbarg. till done. No coo tract of yearly adr.ruaemants will b. dissoa Vnuod wnout previous none, lo us . nor wtllany charga b. taade for left, than on. year at tb. yoarly rata. AirnrtxmwcaxtidliigthwrpMcm eocUUi I for will b. cftgvrf ed for th zcM.BTr? !Pt9(SooIis-(liJti)infl. Daily, per annum ; $8 00 i Trl-Weekly , (.or aunum, ...... s., OO j Weekly, er tnnoin, ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 22 March 1859

. 1- iflsiuilc patriot Sv 0- 4 " ' o DAILY $8: T&I-WZZXLY fit WEEKLY $3. BY SMITH, CAMP Sc CO. w n.uitfl, A.s.CAr,nna.CAUJurDBm,iBA Mora. W.HT .SMITH, 1 IRA P. JONES, j 9V" : Ofllee-aIVo. IS Deaderlclc Street. TOB COHOBESt.l JAMES M. QUAKL.ES, Or MONTGOMERT. n : U iiiUAixiii Y. KICIIAJRD B. CHEATHAM, OK DAVIDSON. TUESDAY; MARCH 22, 1F59. Opposition Stale ConFention, 29th ,.U --'i i 0f March. - The TenneHM Democracy and the Administration The Party split In to fclilrers A Southern Orjjanlzaa n Moo.-. - - -'.' tOne of the resolutions in tbe new platform of tbe Tennessee Democracy reads as follows: Jletahed, That we have an abiding confi dence in tbe ability and patriotism of tbe President of the United Sfates, and tbat we approve generally the ideas contained in his " mehanRet and tlie acts of bis administration. We therefore renew our pledges to hi mip port, and our faith in bis adherence to tbe principles of our party. Tbe "ideas" contained in Mr. Buchaxan'h message and the acts...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 22 March 1859

NASHVILLE: ftJESDAt MORNING, MARCH 22 1859 Davidson Couity Convention. Saturday, April 2d, 1859. . .For the nomination of candidate to represent the county In the Senate and House ot Representative. Concert. A Concert will be jriren to night in the Lctcure Room of the Fir t Pres byterian Church by pupils of Trof. ThckbTon, assiHt d by Prof. Wkukb. The ax-lections for the occasion embrace a number of the finest gems of musical composition; and we are Bure the fair young sprites who are to ring them will acquit themaelTe in the most char ming manner. Amongst tlie pupils ot Prof. Thcr-ston are to be found some of the pur-et and sweetef-t voices in the city voices which have been cultivated to a high degree of per fection and which cmnot fail to give delight whether heard iu the Concert room or the parlor. Coai. On, Lamps. We l. srn upon inquiry of W1T8 that the tale of coal oil lamps in this city .within the pat six mouths bus, been heavy and is on the incn-ase. The demand for them is ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 22 March 1859

y (Drnccrifii, rtr.? Steamboats Eransp.0rtatt0ttV iCranspartation grp. Diii etc. xiil vbtterie . -S. B. SEAT, . kU of Clarksviile, -... f Tenn. r.ri'IIIBIER.f.llLlER&EO No 51, North Slarkc t street, 0 TOE BIO BOOT,) DEALERS AT RETAIL DC BOOTS,. SHOES, HATS, VARIETIES, DCFOUR & CO'S ANCnOIt BRAND Bolting Cloths, &c. T K are In receipt of an onasnally larga and com- plcte Stock ol SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS, Whteh wu purchased from first bands and first class house iu tUe Kasteru markets, thus enaHiug us lo of fer them to cash and prompt tune customers on very favorable terms ani at very low prices. mr predecessors La i a verv liberal country patron age extended them, and we promise by strict atten tion aixl, close application, together with tUo very in viung slock of Spring and Summer Dry Goods, which w are dally receiving, to writ a continuation of the same. Our present stock is bettor adapted to the deamndsof the trade than any we have ever be fere n-red. It embraces a...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 23 March 1859

-1 - C 1 ' us Uasljmllf UdtrtDt. HATES OF ADVERTlSnvli." - tram usss aa taaiTo cuawiitii a sqeAaa. i ... Oasbquars 1 day, a 1 0O eacbad altasorttOB $ M 1 week, S 00 schaddit'aljaara 1 M .1 weeks, 4 SO t , 1 . " t " 1 soonlh, OA ' Months 00 " ' ! ' 4 3 4i 12 00 " M - 6 . IS 00 " 12 f5 00 1 a axxrwABi a at ftsAsrsa. .... , X K IX !TI S ( " . ' ' " Dally, per annum, ....$ 00 Tri-Weekly, per snuum, 00 ' f Weekly, per anntun , . . . 00 , One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies-- - for one year, in advance, ft 00 When the Daily, Trl-Weekly, or Weekly i to be liscontlnoed (paid In advance at the time subscribed r),tha subscriber must order, other wire it will be ntinued, at oar option, until paid for and stopped, mot paid, it must be paid at the time of disconlmu- ee, or at oar option. If the party is good, it will be cot until paid. Remittances by mail , m " registered " letters , at oar risk. j 1L- o PUBLISHED DAILY, TKI-WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY, BY SMITH, CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEADERICK ST...

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

llnsMiUcJfltnot A Ant $8; TBI-WE3EBLT $5: WEEKLY $3. n i . ""' ; i 1" llV-8MIXII,CAlir &CO. . t.aitb, A.a. CAar.TBoa. uuuuu, m r. jojrra. W.HTJSMITH IRA P. JONES Editors . 1 Offlce Xo. 10 Deaderlclc Street. .t . . FOB C0SGEES8, JAMES 31. QUAIIL.ES, t Olr MONTGOMERY.. FLOATER, RICIIAltD B. CHEATHAM, " OF DAYIDSOX. iposilion State Convention, 29th Davidson County-Convention. Saturday, April 2d, 18.59. For the nomination of candidates to renrereat the county in the Senate and House Of Representatives. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1859. State DcbU-Generatleni. jf Every now and then we see floating on the seabf newppaperdora an expression attributed to Mr. Jefferson, implying a doubt whether debts contracted by one generation are bind ing on a pucceedlng generation. The pro position involves a verbal fallacy. A nation under a common government is a political body, which is renewed by a perpetual sue- cession. Its existence is continuous, after the mauner of a corporation, and its conti nuity...

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 March 1859

JUT .a-., a ?, J 'l C I 1 I , i V N A.SHY I L LE : "WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCII 23, 1859 Hook Notice. MY THIRTY YEARS OUT OF TUE 8EMATE. By MaJ . Jack bowaixa. - Illustrated. -New York : Oak mith 4 Co 1859. . r " Who has not read and laughed orer some, at least, of the letters of Major Jack Down ing! Their publication was commenced io 1830, and were confined at intervals till near the elope of Mr- Fjebcs's administration. They are now, for the first time, collected and published entire, in a neat volume, under the supervimou of the author. For humorous drollery, they are unsurpassed, and will live long aa standard of their manner and Ktyla We read them now with as much interest as when they were fir.-t published, and they will doubllew prove most mirth-provoking to all who are all familiar with the political events of the times when they were produced. For sale by W. T. Demit & Co. . Steamboat and Hirer Sews. " ARRIVED. March 22. Hudson, Cincinnati. Ligbtfoot, do ",'r John Gault, ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 23 March 1859

tD Ij o I es d I r 1(5 r 0 r r r i c 5 y rorrrirs, etc. Stramboaba : rtaiion. : k Cronspartatinn; fatterifn. 4 4J - i - 8. B. SEAT, lata of Clarkaviila, Tenn. miRTEIUiilLLEIl&CO No -51, North Market street, or tee bio roors) EEAI.FR3 AT RETAIL IX PHI fell fit BOOTS, SHOES, EATS, VARIETIES, DCFOUR & CO'S ANCHOR BRAND Bolting Cloths, &c. W E are in receipt of an unusually large and com plete stock of SPllllVG AM) SUMMER DRY GOODS, Which wax purchased from flrst hands an'l first d.-is house in Uie Valero markets, thua enabling ua to of ler them U cash and prompt tirre customers ua very favorable terms anl at very low prices. Our predecessors had a very liberal country patron age extended them, and we promise by strict allen tin andoloae application, together with the very lu Tiling stuck of - Spring and Summer Dry Goods, which we are daily receiving, to merit a continuation of tlie Mme. Our present mock is better adapted to the demands of the trade than any we have ever be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 24 March 1859

r J " -1TV.' t-' . Ml RATES OF AD VERT1S1N Q. (Tn una om lbsb to coasnifia a aqcABa, On aquar. 1 day; $ 1 00 each ad'aliaaertMia (T 'M " " 1 week, S 00 each addifataeaara 1 M " 2 weeks. 4 W " " t f " 1 moo lit, M , " B Ot) 8 months 9 00 '"ti 4 M tt u g tt 12 00 M g Ot) - " M " 1J " 2a 00 " " 10 M Bsxswaaia at ruAsraa. ; One Sqnare, one year, $30 each additional aqaarw W Written notice must be given to take on t aad atoa ads ertiaemeiits of yearly ad vertiaer. Wore tae yearax- plres, otherwise we skall chaxge till dona. . . No contract of yearly advertisements will be dtoaa. Unwed wrlout prerioas aotice. to Ba.xtorwUlaBy caarg be mad. for leas than one year at the yearly rslw. . - AdTertiar xeetling tho spac aoatncV d for will b diarg-ed for tho xcea. - A mj am Dally , pertDiam, .. T. M 0 Tri-Weekly, per annum, 0 Weekly, per annum, .3 00 One Weekly for two yean, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, 6 00 When tbe Daily, Trt-Weekly, or Weekly I to be iisconttnued (paid in advance ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 24 March 1859

Jatriotr ... , ' DAirX 8: TEL-WIESXY 5: WEEKLY $3: f- f BY SftI-r,CAmi 4CO. V1. IT. 1MITI, A-.. CAjrr,THO. CALLKXDEB,IBA 1". WW. W.HY-SM1TM.1 ,. - IRAP.JOXES, No. IS Iadrlelc Street. f 4ffle v - ' FORI C0XOSE88, JAMESi-M.' .QUARL.ES, - OF KONTGOMEKT. ' . ,.!, FOB FLOATEB, RICH All D ' 15. CI1KATIIAM, or DAJIDSON. Opposition State Convention, 29th of JIarch. Davidson Comity Convention. Saturday, April 2d? 1859. pf) the -nomination of candidates to represent the county in the Senate and Ilouse ol Representatives. THURSDAY, MARCH 24. 1859. The IVew Parliamentary Helorm Bill. Latearrivalsfrom Liverpool bring intelli gence t.f the introduction into Parliament by the Ministry of the long expected reform bill. The House of Commons consists of C58 mmler8, ol which 253 are from the counties and 405 from boroughs or towns. The reform bill of 1832, the passage of which shook the kingdom to its centre, did not increase the number of members. Its great feature was the qrfalincatiou of voters in ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 24 March 1859

T7T NAS.H.X IL LE: - si i ? - s i. : v i -V ulu-duai. riviuMii, aiAicvxi it, icon The Contrt, Tneadaj Klsht. A concert of rocal and instrumental marie, f pupils -of -ProC-THDKSTON,- ameted -by rof-'y'BKK, took place Tuesday night in the fctufe-roorri of llie First FrcTv terian Church, be occasion was one of devp interest to the idieicei as well as to the lovely young la es who were to make their appearance; and e are Mire, at the cloe of the entertain :ent, there was not one who bad cause for a loment's regret." The young ladies won un funded admiration, not let for their grace il deportment, than for their musical taste id talents; whilst the audience, more than ( leased, felt pride in the proficiency of the opiia and the tkill or the teacuer. w e couia ,isb for nothing in addition to what we f ad. excr-nt that every parent in Nash- fille. who lias a daughter taking lessons in lucic, hal licen present. f l ue nrst piece was a wirciiiin ior me piano J ecs and pood t iste. This was f...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 24 March 1859

.1 t - s. .-Vf ! r. p. kcWhirter. ft. 8. MILLER, i Ute of Murfreesboro. S. B. SEAT, -lat. of CUrkjTille, . Tenn, I.ll'iilRIERJ.llLLER&EO No. 51, North Market street, ;' ".' . , ' ; Sioy or tub bio boot,) r. ' DIALERS AT RETAIL IX STA11a1S ATtt 1MSCY "BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, VARIETIES, DUFOUR & CO'S ANCHOR BRAND Bolting Cloths, &c. WE are in receipt of an unasually large and com plete stock of SPRING ANI SUMMER DRY GOODS, Whtab waa purchased from first hands and flrst class houHt s in the KasU-ru markets, thus eniiHiny us to of fer tlK-m to cash and prompt time cnsiomers on very iarorauie U-rms ami at very low prices. Our pre1e-cssirbal a very liberal country patron age extended them, and we 'pr,m'ise by strict atten tion mini close application, tog ther witii the very iu Tiling stock of Spring and Summer Drj Goods, which we are daily receiving, to merit a continuation of the same. Our present stock Is bvttcr ailapted to tbe itt'tnatits of the trade than any we have ever be f...

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

u i 1 r i .1 ,1 J .( ( i M l V .1 a ' 4 i If I ! I I 4 I; i if lie patriot. TEU9I8I Daily, per annnm, ,......$ 00 Trt-Weekly, iieramium, . i" 00 Werkry, per annum, ...... .w. ...... 8 00 One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies forone Tear, In advance, 6 00 When th. Daily , Tri-Weekly, or Weekly I tb Mscobtinaed (paid in advance at th titn subscribed Br), lite subscriber moat order, otherwise it will be ntiaued,atnur option, until paid tor and stopped. not paid, it must be paid at the tone of diseontioo pee, or at oar option. If toe party Is good , II will be ent until paid. Remittances by mail, in 44 registered" letters, at our risk. network. From VfSCHEB, OWEN ft CO., General Advertising House, Appleton Building, 340 Broadway. New-York. LIGHT! LIGHT!! LIGHT!!! DIETZ& CO., axmcrt-KEK or iphovkk Kerosene, Campliene, Fluid, and Oil Lamps GAS FIXTURES, IK VARIOIH HTY LJW AXD 1.V1BH. C 11 X TS Ti E L 1 K IV S, MAOE TO ORt.KK FOR CHCRCHE, COIJ-EfJE?, AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS. No. 132 W...

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

atrial. DAILY t8; TR1-WEEKL1 $5': WEEXLTtS. 4 4 illf'SJIITIl,CAMP&tO. " . Br:aaora,A..cAap(Tifn. caixx.tdm,iba r.iona. I e W . HT .SMITH, VAitm IRA r.JOSES. fBdttort -i,V ti Omee-a-Xo. Id Deaderlelc Street. oa' C0NOKES3, JAMIJS JU. QUAKLCS, e, ; . ' : ; s ' " tV MOTTOOJUEEr.- JOB 7L0ATZE, , . ntCXlARD H CflEATIIAai, .or DAVIDSON. Opposition State Conrention, 29th of March. Davidson County Convention." 'Saturday, April 2d, 1859. For the nomination of citndulatefl to rprewnt the county in tbe Senate and House of Representatives. ' " FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1859. - . , t . r -: 1 - - . . The Northern Demoermejr and tfoa t, SUtrery Qneatloii. II was proclaimed in tbe Democratic State Convention, recently held in thi place, by a prominent member of that body, that tbe coming election in this Statu would turn upon what he called the nijrjrer qnepticu." Tbe alleged soundneM on that question of tbe Northern Democracy baa conntitutcd the principal part or the capital stock of the De mocratic 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. — 25 March 1859

-t tress-4" NASHVILLE: IEtAY. ?IORNIKG, . . . MAECLT. 25, 1859 The Great Woxdeb. Col. Vestal, who us been with us for several days past, having i exhibition Chbwtdjb MijXT, the two-head-l girl, 1-ft yesterday for Murfreesboro', where ! will place br on exhibition. We cheer ily and roost cordially commend the Colo 1 to our many friends, not only in lluther rd. but elsewhere, as a high-toned and hon able gentleman in all respects; and assure em, frankly, that little Millt, his pet, is, yond doubt, the greatest wonder now ex .nt, and can only be Been with wonder and itonisbment, Tbey were well putronized in is city, and will long be remembered as .e greatest wonder l the nineteenth cen- :y- . - m j&T-We learn that Whk-lock's Patent as Burners are meeting with an extensive atronage In thin city, having been adopted y the majority of our heaviest gus consum ers, all of whom express themselves highly leased with the superior light they obtain, nd the evident economy effected by using ...

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

ta pro (Soc&s, rfc.. G5rarcrff5."ctr. Steambaats. ransp0riatt0ns 8. B. FEAT, iaU of Oarksvlfi-e, - lean. L1THIRTER JtllLUn &CQ No. 51, JVDrth Market street,' (XHrXA TILE BIG BOOT,) DEALERS AT RETAIL EI " STAV1E ATH FAXCY BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, VARIETIES, BIFOIU & CO'S ANCHOR BRAND ; t - - Bolting Cloths, &c. W E are in receipt of an unusually large and com plete (tuck of SPRING 'AND SUMMER DRY GOODS, Which was purchased from first handj and first class bouses in tlie Eastern market, thug enabling u to of fer them to cash aud prompt time cuMgmcn on very favorable term aud at very low prices. Our predecessors had a very liberal country patron, age extended them, and we 'promise by strict atten tion and clove application, log ( the r with the very In King itock of Spring and Summer Dry Goods, which we are daily receiving, to merit a continuation of ti e name. Our present stock la belter adapted t Ihe ceniandsnf the trade than any we have ever be fore offered. It embraces a...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 26 March 1859

1 4 wmm mum. ;. tvt; A..." it.attnr. ir ni- TEBnSt ' , r ' Dartr, per annum, ." i...$8 00 Trl-Weekly,perunom, k 00 Weekly, er annum 100 One Weekly for Iwo years, or two Weeklies - for one yenr.in admnce, I 00 Wfcen the Dailj Tri ATeekly, or Weekly U to be liseonttnued ( paid In advance at tbe time subscribed 9r),the sabscriber roast order, otherwise it will be antinned, at oar option, onlil raid for and stopped. not paid, it must be paid at tbe time of discoDtinu ece, or at our option. . If the party is good.it will be eut until paid. Remittances by mail, m " regiatere"letters,at our rwk. Unu-l)0rko from VISCUER, OWEN CO., Oeneral AdrerUsing Bouse, Apploton Building, S18 Broadway, New-York. LIGHT! LIGHT!! LIGHT!!! DIETZ & CO., MAXUSACTCKSKS O IlintOVED Kerosene, Campher.f, Field, and Oil Lamps GAS FIXTUItES, . 13 TAMOCS STTLKS ASD VI.1UUI. C 11 A X H E li 1 E 1 S, HAVK TO OKDKS. ros CUCRCIIES, COLLEOES, AND PLBLIC BCILDIXGS. Xo. 132 William trvct, near Fulton, Now-Tork. feb Uy C...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 26 March 1859

$AflY IS I TBl-WEiXLT 5 : WEEKLY $3. BY S3IITII,CA91I &CO, . T.rr, A..aar,THos.CALLBKB,iar.ojras W.HT -SMITH, . 1BA F, JUNES ' ftfttee wXo.' 16 Deaderick Stre JOB COHGEE88, - a'AMES M. QUARL.ES, . OV MOXTQOMtST. - ! Z - TOE' 7L0A.TZR J RICHARD B 'CHEATHAM, a, . -. , , Or DAVIDSON. . , -.- '-- ! I - Opposition State ConTention, 29th of March. Davidson County 'Convention. Saturday, April 2d, 1850. "Tor 'the nomination of candidates' to represent ihr county in the Senate and House ot Renros'-ntalives. SATCRDAY, MARCH 26," 1859. The Democratic Party (.olns ' - ' Piece. :' ' so : I The Democratic "party is dying of an in eurabls disease, and that disease is Democra cy. Intestine divisions are preying upon it very vital?. Iu the Administration Itself in Congrefsout of Congress at the North at the Sodth-i-bn whichever side you turn your eye you behold divergencies, dissensions. and distractions. The party which so long mil rv-rhiU ntlv claimed to be a "unit," is now hhown to be a congl...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 26 March 1859

3C NASHVILLE: SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 26, 1859 i . . . , Trial of the pron arrested for the attempted .aaaaaalnatlon of Capt. Dlmuke. ... - JL.. The pn lirainary examination of Charles Kkixet, IIcoh McDowell and Samcel Joe pax, arretted oa suspicion of being concerned in the attempted' anamination of Capt. Dts mckes, wan concluded on yesterday evening, and renulted in the committal of Kellet and McDowell for further trial, and the discharge of Jordan. We pive to-day a condensed re port of the trial, as we Lave no space for all the testimony elicited. , ' W. IL Wilkxbhox, asciutant Marshal, testi-fi.-d that he arretted the accused on Saturday last, and that he waaat the time on the look out for the parties engaged in the attempt up on the life of Capt. Dihmvkes. II'" suspicions were arousal from the fact that Kellet Lad the marks of a Ben-re blow upon his face which he thought corret-p mded with the elate, meut made by policeman IIiuiiEd, who struck one of the party with hit club on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 26 March 1859

grp (Scobs, Ml Stfombirabs1 ran5p"0rtatinl V f. 8. B. SEAT, kU of Clarksville, Teen. LT VI H I RTER ,1.1 1 LLER & C O No. 51, North Market Street, . 0IGNOF TBE BIO BOOT) -. . ,v - . IjEaLERS AT RETAIL Ef ST1 ATIa12a AXD FAXCY 1 P PI Iff - HATS, VARIETIES, DUFOUR & CO'S ANCHOR BRAND Bolting Cloths, &c. i E mre is receipt of an unusually large aad com - plete stock of, SPRING AISD SUMMER DRY GOODS, Which a purchased from flnrt handstand drat class bouses iu tli Eastern markets, thus enabling UK to of fer tnrm lo cash and prompt tune customers oo very favorable terms aud at very low prices. Our fa edecessors bad a vary liberal country patron age extended them, aud we 'promise by strict atten tion and clot-e app'w.alion, together with Uia very in VlliBg stock of Spring and Summer Dry Goods, which we are dally receiving, to merit a continuation ortUtumi: Our present slock is better adapted to tbe neir.auilsof tbe trade than any we have ever be. f.ira offered. It embraces all ...

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