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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 27 April 1859

i r -t RATES OF ADVERTISING.. lasijDille patriot: ( not ura ok us ro cosbiulii a oqcan. . r Ok.Suaj.l day, I liO eachad alinaartvoa as " 1 woex. A 00 ..chadAit'aiaonsara 1 -4) " Sareaka, 49 ' i ks . 1 aaawth IM H ll M fill k ava TEKMSi Daily, per tnnam, ........ ....... ....... ..$9 0 Tri-Weeiiiy, mrtniiim, 6 kw Weekly.pcr innum,.. ......... 800 One Weekly for two years ,er tiro Weeklies- - forue year, in advance, . S 00 When the Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly H to be ti9cenUnaet (paid in advance at the time subscribed w),lhe subscriber roust order, otherwise it 'il'b atiaed,at our opt.on, until aid for and stopped. not paid, it must be paid at tlie time of diseonlino nce, or at our option. If the party m good , it will be ent until paid. - . ' Remittaoces by mail , in " regiatered'Metterk.M our rnk. tnuuUii 9 00 . , T14 S 12 00 ' AM " 18 00 - a tee ! Si 00 " It M aanwaaia ar rXXaarxta. Om ftqaara, .ne year. to u each addiuoeal aqoare fl Wnttea aotic tanst be rtv.c to take oat as 4 at...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 27 April 1859

aasljmlleatriot: f OAILT $8.' TEI-VXKLY 5i WEEKLY $3. , .- 'iiy'tnmi.cAnp&co. L T.kn,i..cmr,THoe.CAixK(iK,it4 r.joxn MI -IT .HT .SMITH, (RA P.JONES AViilsrs 7 Ofltee-;s. 1ft xseaderlelc Street.'' . ;i 9f0 nie 70S GOTEEirOB: ' JOHN NETHERLAND OT HAVrKINS COCJ7T- . ij, VFDB COX6BESS : ' '"X J A3.' 2tr QtTAELES, of Montgomery. .DATIDSON COCKTT ? TT . STTS SSSATOB S , . 'JOIIN TRI3IBLE. t - ' ' - - fo wcntEfc!TATiTas : JACKSON IJ. WHITE. CD WA UP II. EAST, Jr. t 'j i ' FOE JOfXT REPRESEXTATlYlt j , Tf ai tn Counties sf ravitnn . Robertson jMontgom. ery, and Cbeathani : It. B. CHEATHAM, of Davidson. ' STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. v 25ist Tennessee, P. Dickinson, C. F. Tkioo, 'Joan M. Fleming, Joux . Williams, :W. B. i Kmesc. Jr. Middle Tennessee. F. K.Zollicoffeb, Allen A'iTall. P. W. Maxet, S. N. IIollingsworth, 'Johv Lelltett. West Tennessee. William K. PoSTON, Jas. T. Leath. John C. Farbinoton, J. M. Mgr ull, W. W. Gates. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1859. The Louisville Journal. It suits t...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 27 April 1859

NASHVILLE: WEDNESDAY MORKING?APEIIa27, 1859 An Excellent store. , On the 16ih of Febrnary laat we republish cd from the St. Louis Democrat a notice of a gas coreununff coal cook stove which bad just been introduced into that eity" We re gratified to state that our enterprising fellow citizens Mackkszuc & MiNCHisi have introduc ed the name etove here. It Is known as ' The Tropic" The ordinary coal cook stoves are very troublesome on account of the rapidity with which tb floes, Ac., fill with soot, and are also a great drawback upon cleanliness. "The Tropic" is so made as to aroid these seri ous' obj-ctionf; and besides is more economi cal, requiring less faeL That oar readers may have some idea of its arrangement, we copy the followiog description trom the Phila delphia Evrtiing Journal: A Great Improvement. We examined yes terday a new gas burning cooking stove,which s well worth the attention of all who are interested in household comforts and economy. Its external appearance i...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 27 April 1859

ii mn nfi'i "ii ' --uLit..U Ibtleries. IDljnlfsaie (Srarcrifn. Stfaiabotit3. ran5pbrtati0nt etc. " . r: ; . hotels, a r c I t D 1 S . u It UU lui H ( 4 HI it d)l to .'Qusintsi Carts? 1 'r:H r. a bruce, : Ac, (Son & CoDmfssion Merchant. Jt, Coratr Cedar and Cherry at a., : RjlKJIVILLE,' T1I5NESSBE, ,Ti I1 EC1FCLI.Y aoliciu consignments of Mcrcban- XV die tf all clamee fratlsfaciion eiven to consign- Ma and purchasers aa Dearly as possible. Consign. -a, of C'KMt to this market will find tny auction rooma wall KUc-4 up, and the goods will ba sold Without la lay antl the money ali over forthwith ';. X B Sogoo.lt. b-ughi oraolil on my own areoint. 'Charges rea.-cmabi ui liberal advance, mudii on eaaiou.euia. mar2S accessor to Stewart A Owen, JVes. 14 and 94 South market Street" NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, .MANUFACTURER OF , . -'. Copprr,TiD, and Sheet-Iron ' :. .WARES, KF.FT? constantly on han't all kind of Cooklrr and H.auig Moc, ornamental and plain Mantel Grabs Also, alt kinds of Copper...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 28 April 1859

..: - is "' 'C. i-7 v- -r-arr : "' '. " f- . i .... . -i I !- -' . r't V .'it.! ' 1 f'.l I o f '.-" . " . mmmmmmmmmmKSaBBBm'im!BagigBB Patriot. KATES OF ADVE11T1S1KU. LOT OK in i to coasiimis a auraou TEHiH Si Duly, per tnnam, 00 Tri-Weekly, e.r tanuro, ;, B 00 Weekly, ier tnnara 3 00 ' One M eekly for two years, or two Weeklies for ouc vrar, in advance 4 00 When tbe iiaiiy. Trl-Weekly, or Weekly l lob liKonlinoed (paid in advance l tlie time subscribed sr),lb.e subscriber must order, otherwise it will be jutinoed, at our option, until (atid for ami stopped. not paid, it must le u.l at the time of diseontiuu oce, or at our option. It tbe party is good, it will be ent until paid. Romiltancet by mail, in " relate red "letters, at our risk. 00 eacn ad 'al laaar tua f t 0O eacnaddifalijure X M L t , 4 - M M I BOfitb. a 00 - 1 S saoaUis 00 j, . 4M " la oo tm a " It 00 M IX 1i 00 10 M PUBLISHED DAILY, THI.WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY, 'BY SMITH, CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEADERICK STREET. 0"f.',lr. ye...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 28 April 1859

(lie Patriot. DAILY til TBI-WEEXLT $3: WEEXLY tZ. ; ; i m sniTii,cAnp tto. i " - r! . .. W.HTSMITH.l Office Xe. 16 Deaderlck Street. JOE GOYEBX0&: JOHN NETHERLAND - or HAWKINS couvrr ... TOR COV"GRr'.?8 : 7AS. il. QUARLES, of Montgomery. DAVIDSON COCSTT . - - For btat btcxatob : - POM CTWKW.XTAT1TK I . ' jaoksois n. wiiiti:. E DWA 11 J II. JiAST, Jr. , FOB JOINT RKPHKSEXTATIVE Fram tha Counties of HavMson . Robertson, Montgom i t ery, and Cheatham : . ltt B.CIIEATI1 AM, of Davidson. STATa? EXECl'TIVE COMJI1TTEE. East Tennessee. P. Dickinson, C. F. Trigg, John M. Fleming, John Williams, W. B. Bmcae, Jr. Jfidtll Tennessee. F. K. Zom.icofffe, ALLEN A. IIaix. P. W. Maiet, S. N. IIoixixgsworth, Jmn Lklltett. Wat Tennessee. William K. Poston, Jas. T. Lkatu. John C. Fabkixoton, J. M. Mob mix, tV, W. Gates. - THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1859. jWIn it iwiie of the 24tb inst.. tbe Union tf American affirms that "there are but two parties in the country, one friendly, and one hostile to" Southern ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 28 April 1859

N AS HYILLE: THURSDAY MORNING; APRIL 28, 1859 Interesting Occasion. Iq trie Ilall of R' prest-DUtives of the Slate Cipitol, next Tuesday evening. May 3rd, the 10th anniversary of the Ilittorical Society, will be commemorated by the presentation to the SocUty, by Randal W. McGavoot.. Esq., of a full length portrait cf Hon. Ftxix Gbcxdt It is a moat successful work oJ art, and has just been complet. d, after several mouths of continu.d application, by Mr. Mr. Georue Dcbt, whose name as an artist of decid.d merit, b U-coming better known every day. It is the first full length picture of Mr. Ghcxor ever made, and was composed partly from description, from t-vo plater buts, from profile drawings, and from the orginal picture of . Mr. G. painted from life, some years ago by Mr. Wasuinoton B. Cooper. This picture of Mr.C. is considered a most capital likeness. The painting of Mr. JXbt is full length, and an excellent re-production of the original. The frame which is to surround it, is a fi...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 28 April 1859

3nsinc55 Carta. Stcainboatiir ran5jinrtati0n ilxmpotldbn. C. BRUCE, Auction & Commission Merchant, Corner Cdar and Cherry at., PR ITA! 11'ILLE, TEN N ESS EE f TllKPf CIFCIXY solxita consignments of Merchan- Xu Cm f Kit clashes Satisfaction riven to consign. en nd purchasers nearly as possible. Consign aettef goad, to this market will And my auction rooms vu flued up, and the goods wilt be sold without ce la sua the money lavid over forthwith N.B .Nogoods bought or sold on my own arcoLBt. Charges reasonable and liberal advances made on ennaiKumci:! mar26 Successor to Stewart k Owen ,' lfaa. 14 and 94 South Market Street 'NASII VILLE, TENNESSEE, MAN CFA CTUREB OT Copptr,"Tin, and Sheet-Iron WARES, T7"ErP! constant! on hand all kind of t"Vr.l.-ln.rit JlV H'-ating Mown, on:aineuul and plain Mantel Oral-a .Also, all kinds of Copper and Sheet Iron Worn Untie for steamboats. Bolting Mill, Furnaces. W ... I ... .a !.'...- , . ..,0. I I .... 1 1 .1 " i . . . . ' Also, keep n hind a lull ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 April 1859

7 ) ) ivr-svr 1 i i i.r - RATES OF ADVERTISING. " (tor una oa im to oosbiiii ib a aqcaaa. Owaiyiarali y, . 1 0B ..chad 'alms now M Itastjmlle patriot. 1 wek, CO .acaaddit'Biagar. 1 m J weeks. 4 " S aw 1 month, 00 " " 0 TEBJISl Daily, perannum - jjr " Tri.Week!y,,.er .iuum, ion Weekly, uer nnura,....l , 00 - One Weekly for two yean, or two Weeklies futoni- year, in advance . When the Party. Tri-Weekly, or Weekly ! IlKOiitiaw Pki 1 1 advance at the time -? wTltte aabseriber must order, otherwise it 'J tn dt.-ir ..!, ontll fid for JEJft; not Paid, it m..Kt be p. id at the time d''n oce. or at our option. U the party is good, it will be BRemebr maU, in rcgistered"leer.,et oor tk. 3 aaowtba 9 oo aw " I " 12 00 " 00 " 18 OO M 1 U00 .. o ' 2 ' """ rs-w aata at fxBasma. One Sqoara, oa. yaar. 3o acb addruonal Maar wrtuea notice must be given ta lake cut aad slap at reruaemeats of yearly ad verters before th yaar as pirea.otberwiae w. shall cbarg. till dona. Ko contract of yearly adveruseiBec...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 April 1859

l. Itejmlle patriot. DAILY $8; TEI-WEK1T $5: WEEKLY $3. 11V SniTU,CAIIIPftCO, t . .", . ST. IY.SaUTm,A.S.A)l,TBOS. tiLUUfPIB.IEAF.JOM W. HT. SMITH, rAslm IRA P.JONES. jJMUr ti : - Office -!Yo.' 16 Deatleiiek Street." JOE GOVERNOR: JOHN NETHEBLAND Ot HAWIIXS COCHTTj FOR CONQREBS: , J . rrT-.JS. M. QUAELES, of Montgomery. . ; DAVIDSON COCKTYJ. t:-- JOnN TRI31BLE. , , "J ACKSON B. WHITE! ' ED WA 11 1) II. E AST, Jr. TOE JOIXT REPREHENTATIVK Tram tht Counties of Iiavidson. Robertson, Monton erjr, and Cheatham : V K. B. CIIEATI1 AM, of Davidson. ITATE EXECUTIVE COMJUTTKE. J&at 7nn. P. Dickinson, C. F. Triqo, John- M. Fleming, John Williams, W. B. Rbkse. Jr. Middle Tennessee. Y . K. Zolijcoffeb, Allen A. Hall. P, W. Maxet, S. N. IIolungsworth, Joav Lelltett. West Tcwtntt. William K. Postok, Jas T. Leatu. John C. Farrixoton, J. M. Mor bill, Wr. W. Gates. FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1859. " ' Democratic Extrwacaiiee--Tbe Plea Is bad. Tlie D-mocratic journals are just now re i duced to the most te...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 April 1859

NA S H V ILL E : ; FBI DAY- MORXiyg, APRIL 29, 1859 Pic NiC The EUa has been chartered, and will leave on Tuesday morning next on a grand P'tc-Nic excursion, wtalcb will take place on the Hermitage grounds. - A pleasant ' and agreeable time is in store for all partici pants. The E. will be beautifully decorated and fixed ap in superb style for the occasion. Ulver and Steamboat Newii . ARRIVED. . April 27. Neptune, PitUburg. 28. Acacia Cottage, Burksyille. ;i , Eartport, New Orleans. ' Baltimore, Cincinnati. Minnetonka, Paducab. - R. B. Hamilton, Cincinnati., . . ' I '- . ' DEPARTED.' ; '; Minnetonka, Paducab. Rochester, Pittsburg. River ming Movvly with' about water on the ishealn. The Cuba, Capt. Corbett, deparU at 12 M. to-day for Pa.lncah. The Ii. M. Runyan l the regular packet for St. Louis to-morrow. She departs at 4 o'clock, P. M. i . 7 feet Clly Counell. After the reading the reorts of the stand inz committees, which were presented to the Board of Aid nrn-n on Tuesday nijjbt,...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 April 1859

..aw rjr,: ibtterifHe HJj)0lrsale (Srarerif i-Stcamb0ot5. Sranspnrtaftan, (Eranspnrtatinno ' ' T V 1 ! tl n ti it V M. C. BRUCE, inrfion A foBmfssion Merchant, o r Cor&er Cedar and Cherry HAKIITILLEi'iTEX NEREE, T) FSJ ECrmJ.Y solicits em r ignment of Hercban - X. Jim ell elnsies Satisfaction siren to consign 7 see see purchasers nearly as possible. Consign- eestif gHi tot tiii market will And my auction room well fiue up, and the goods will be sold without ce ' lay and Ibe mcney paid over forthwith N Nognods bought or sold od ray own account, j Chargers reasonable and liberal advances made on ..OBdiDn ent , , - mar26 f accessor to Stewart k Owen u -Ifs. 14 and 94 South market Street - NASUV1LLE, 1EXXESSEE, K ' MACFACTCREB OF : Copprr, Tin, and Sheet-Iron J ; WARES, '.TEEPl' eoeitantly oo had all kinds of Cooking and XV. tteatir.g Stoves, ornamental and plain Mat tel Oral. Also, ail kind, of tidier and Mieet iron Wor done for Steamboat, Rolling Mills, Furnaces, FoanJrlrs. Factor...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 April 1859

' " ' ' " " " - - . . . ! ,.i . . - . J .".If- e ' ' '. - . . ' - . . r ' ' .' - ' , ' '' ' ,ar '!":- " i - - . ' ' ' ' RATES OF AJVERTlSlNOw- (m una oa lbm to uiwiuii wca,'! ' ' llosljUiUt patriot. OaeSqoar 1 day, 1 00 eachad'aliartioa " 1 week, 00 eachaddit-alaquare X M 3 weks, 4.0 " " t '. ' 1 saonlb. 4 M . ' ' t TEHMSl ' v Daily, persnnum, ......t 00 Trt-Weekly ,K?ranuum, Weekly , ier mnum, -- 00 One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for out year, in advauce, . . When the Daily, Trl-eekly, or Weekly H to be liseontinacd (i-aid in advance at th. time subscribed the subscriber n.ut order, otherwise it will be Jnt ned,atour pt;on, until paid for and stopped. must be l.d at the time of "nunn a, or at our option. U the party is good.it will be m'tiTce'.'by maa.fn regtetered"...! our risk. 3 BonihstOO "'"; t 1100. . " 14 00 " " . 12 . " Si 00 "'. am wan at ptu (a. '' it t One Square, on year. 430 ch additional aeaare PUBLISHED DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY. BY SMITH, CAMP & CO...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 April 1859

i!flsljotllelQtrtot. DAILT $8! TBI-WEBELT S3: WZZSXY t3. g UY SJIITII,CAKIPftCO, .htjsmitm,! a p-joxes, IRA ft r r-s -v -; f'Oltlce No. 16 Deaderlelc Street. rt: TOE OOVEBKOX: - JOHN NETHEBLANp: ' OF HAWKTNS COCXTTj . . t , FOR COXGXFSS t JA&SHl aVABIES, of Montgomery. DA VIDSO V COCXTT FOR STAT ncxTo ; , txTC)IIN TRIMBLE. ! i ' t - for Kmr.iTMTiryr : JACKSON IJ. W.IIITE. UPWARD II. EAST, Jr. j (' FOR JOIST KEPBESEXTATITB Tram the Comtiea of DavidKon. Robertaon ,HoDtgoin- ery, and Cheatham : It. B. CHE ATIl A3I, of Davidson. state raEcrnvE cojimittee. Bast Tennessee. P. Dlf kinson, C. F. Triho, Johx M. Flemiso, John Williams, W. B. Kkx.sk. Jr. - MMe Tennessee. F. K. ZoixiroFrKB, Au xs A. Hall. P. W. Maxet, S. N. Hollingsworth, Jov Lflltett. West Tennessee. "William K. Fobton, Jas T. Leath. John C. Fabrixotox, J. M. Mor bill, W. W. Gates. . SATURDAY, AJ'RIL 30, 1859. "Labor I.obI.w The editorial department of the Union and American of yesterday, exhibits an unusual amount of indu...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 April 1859

ASH VI LITE; SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1859 Third t May. Onr readers will bear ia mind that on Taesday evening next, 3d of May, the pre rentation of the portrait, (full length) of Judge Gkuxdt, to the Historical Society of Tennefsee, take, place at the Capitol, oo vhich occasion our magnificent State House ill be lighted up, the rooms of the Histori cal Soci-ty thrown open, and a speech de liTered by lion. Johx M. Bbioht, (an orator of no feeble pretensions,) in relation to the life of Judg- Gbcndt- man who rose, step by etep on the ladder of Fame, by the ap plication f t the powers of mind which God gave him. on this top of earth. It was these streets that he walk, d, and our own people with whom he commingled. Th painting will be presented by Randal W. McGavooc, Iq., the Mayor of the city, and the President J the Society (Col. Pctxam) will receive it. Music will be provided, and we expect to see an udupuuI attendance. "We can but congratulate old Lincoln upon the fact that he fu...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 April 1859

'-"V - ..... . . . M.rC. BRUCE, r Auction. &-X ommission Merchant1, , -j i .. - - --- 1 Corner lar and Cherry at.,4 N AMI V I ll, E, TENNESSEE, "P FBI ICirriJ.V llcii rot tignmrota of Merchon-' .XV"t2;se f .lit rNitin ."-nth lac inn iivpd to cons ign eesand pun bast-re i nr.irly aa poiavble. Consign ees of p. fi ! Pubis narketwiJ) Hid my auction rooms well r.iu u, stiit the goons w dl be Id without it lay and the fan ncy i ii on r Ifrtliwitb N R , iKci ilf li. egbt or sold on my oBircn.nt. Chirgs r( iroi abli- null l.beral advances made on Coosi.. iiinei't' mar25 . CONLEY, Successor t Slcwai I A Owen , Noi. J4 And OX Sonlh iilarket Street" Al-ST VlLl.E, TENNESSEE, JIA CFACTL'RER OF Coppir, Tin, and Shed-Iron W A R E S , KEEl"' rnonlaittiy on baiwl all kinds of Cookingand ll.tiu v t"tivi-; on amental and plain Mar tel Gratis A.sy, till Uh 'a ut 0 Hr "'I Sheet Ima Work d" I'-d .-t lib 'at-, Robing Millf, Furnaces, Found"!. .Vk lorns', mil's ami I trt.lli ry Works, etc. Mf. keeps o...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 2 May 1859

RATES OF ADVERTISING. ' as wb ass aaass a , f f ts LOTBS OB LBS TA COmTTT A BV4a. 'ilosl)Mllc patriot. OMSonaral day.' 11 W .achad aliaartioa 1 weak, OO aacbaddit ahaaaars 1 M I weeks, '"- '-. IM 1 saoaia, ., S aaoatas 09 -."- ' 4 M) t - IS 0 - - . a a ia no ... a 4 lily , per innum , $ 00 tri-Weekly . er-iaum, l0 Weekiy, xr tuaau, 3 00 One iVeekly for two years, or two Weeklies for "lie vear.ia advance, $00'"- VTkra the Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly t to be. Hacoiiiinued (paid to advance at the time subscribed r) the sabacriber aud urdtar, otherwise it will be intin -.ed.atoor oi.a, anul paid Tor and stopped. . not oel, it man be paid at the time of discontino oce.or at our option. If the party good, it will be ent until paid. Rem italic by mail. In " registered'MeUera.at our -isfc. - ' ' . ' a it oa . .. . tmvini a ia& ta. v . FUBLTSHKD DAILY, TIU-WEEKLY, AKD WEEKLY, BY SMITH, CAMP & CO., KO. 16 DEADERICK STREET. Oo.Sqnara.an. year.a30-acbaddltiaaJaaaBrt ! w riuaa nauce moa...

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

.zr.i. ..- J. ft.1 I . ; t Mr patriot. t o; AAi-WJlEiLLX S3: WEEKLY $3. v . - $ : , i Hi tllTH,CASIP & CO. ? 7 t.T' .HT .SMITH. 1 ViX P.JONES, "i o. 10 Deaderlck Street. -j ttti'.rlOK B0V2EK0I: '-- ttOHN"NETHEPtA.ND 9n - -,. -roR congress: 1 0 V err avhvwm - .7Ti DAVIDSON; COCXTT TO ST ATT SKxaTOR : JOHN TRIMBLE. Q ( ED W A R D II. K A ST,1 J r. FOR JOIXT REPRESEXTATTVR 5j ;.-.Trai Ui Counties of PaT-Mson. Robertson, Hontgom- ery, and Cheatham : - , r-v, R. R. CHEATII AM, of Davidson. ITITB EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. PaM Tennestce. P. Dickinhok, C. F. Trioo. 3ohs M. Fleming, Johv Williams, TV. B. Rime. Jr. ' t i.XiddU Tennessee. F. K.Zoi.licoftek, Ai.LEX A. II ux P. W.Maxet, S. N. Hollixosworth, Jams Leli.tktt. . " West Terneaee. William K. Poston1, Jab. T. Lkath. John C. Farkixgtox, J. M.' Mor- WLL, TV. W. GaTKS. MONDAY, MAY 2, 1859. GoTernmcnl Expenditures. Mr. RucHXAN thought it a most alarming ibinar for the Fillmore Administration to ex pend in one year fifty-five million of doll...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 2 May 1859

1 - MONDAY MORNING, .. . . . MAY 2, 1859 " r The Speaklnj Toty. . r The discuwioa between the oppo-iag can . dictates for Governor of Tennessee, will lake place' to-day at the CapitoL As this is the first meeting of the canon, we shall expct ". to see a large crowd present Gov. IIarbw will open the discaioo, and Col. Nether land will close it. Highway Robbekt. Wm. Sword was ar ,resUl on Saturday and carried before Recor- 'flcrGi-Exx. cbarged with highway roblry. It is said that Sworb met a gentleman from Illinois, l'j the name of Mr. Dax'l Morgan, on College f-lre t, near tbe Lick Branch, and - kncked him down and robbed Lira of one hundred and eighty dollars. Sword wa committed for trial -this morning at 10 o'clock. The Election in the IOtu District. The electi.m for Cynstabk in the 10th Di-trict, which ..ccarr.d Saturday flood as follow: CWlb r, 15; RolwrlMM, 8; Mile, 73;John B.in, 71; !lon. 8; IMcher. 3. Sp-ncer Chandler was elected by a majority of 51 VOtK- pVTh- two military Co...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 2 May 1859

-. y (Eroanrs.-rlc. Steamboats. : r (Eranspartotian transportation; - 0 liL C. BRUCE,- . Aaction & Commission Merchant, t- corner Cedar and Cfaerrr sta..1 BHIIVILLE, TENNESSEE. TJ FSI EC1FCIJ.T solicits consignments of Merchan JLldise-f allelasies Satisfaction riven to ronsign- pavuuen u nwriT u poasieie. Consign ees or g oods to ihia market will Cod my auction rooms well Cued op, and the goods will be sold without -- "J -- ine money paw over forthwith X B Nogoods bougbtorsoid on my owe arcot.ot. ""n reMinDi ana noerai advances made 01 la-amenta. oar26 Successor to Stewart ft Owen , .IT. 14 and 94 South TIarket Strtcl NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, HAXUFACTCBER OF Coppt er, Tin, and Sheet-Iron K WARES, TWEETS constantly on band all kinds ofCookuisand -1 XV. Heating rtov4, ornamental and plain- Mantel rales Also, all kinds of Copper and fcheet Iron Work dune for Meaiuboain, Koll.oir Mills. Furnaces, a ounurte. raciorie-, ntuis anu i lsmiery works, etc. Also. keep on hand a lull supply of ...

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