ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Nashville Patriot Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,897 items from Nashville Patriot, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,897 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 20 March 1858

' r H RATES OF ADVEIITISINC. (vbi uxza oa laa to oowrTrr rs A aocATX. i On bqnara 1 day, 1 04 each ad 'at insertion M - " , l w aea, , a w-mmcn aeait-ai square a a " ' ' weeks, 4 M . " " - " IM " mouth, 6 0 " SM " " i months 9 00 " 4 54 u ii J 0 " " 0 " a is oo . " w 8 oa u " 12 - ss oo " 44 lo oa TFIITIS 1 Daily, per annum, , : '..mm . Tri-Weekly, per anntm, 5 00 a Weekly, per annum " j no, One Weekly for two y(,) or two Weeklies ' for one year, to advance, 6 00 When the Daily, Trl Weekly, or Weekly ia to be discontinued (paid in advauc ( the linie subscribed tor), the subscriber must or', otherwise it will be continued, at our option, until jil for ami stopped. V KM paid, it must be paid at the ijid of disconunn anco, or at our option. If the party is good, it will be sent until paid. .' Remittance! by mall, to " registered letters, at our risk. PUBLISHED DAILY, TRL WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY BY SMITH, CAMP, & CO, iS'O. 16 DEADEPJCK STREET. ax nrAKutr rtXA-ra. One Saoare. one rear. ea...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 20 March 1858

ilasljotlle patriot. " TAXLY 8 : TEI-WUXLT t5 : WEEKLY $3. v. T avrm, Tno catunroK, y, union a. caxt, ,. . t ma r. joyra, --' : SMITH, CAIHI Ac CO., rBOntlKTUIUL W. HY. SMTTH, tviim-i rONES, )fJitiari- 1KA P. JONES Office, No. 16, Bead crlclc Street. 1ATTTBDAY, MAECH 20, 1858. J. G. Saxe, the Poet Lecturer. We learn that tbia ditstinguiftljed gentlemaa is at present in Clarkrrille, and has accepted n invitation to Lecture in this place. Ilia firet Lecture will take place next Monday night - For some years past Mr. Saxe has been one xf the most prominent of the Lecturers, who hare acquired distinction in the Northern and Western States. Jle is also well-known as a Poet of considerable ability, whose produc tions sparkle with gems of wit and satire, and amuse with their genial, cherry humor. We believe the principal, if not all, of his Lec tures are in verse. This is a description of entertainment novel hre, and we cannot doubt will prove highly intenting to our citizens. We trust tha...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 20 March 1858

rrN AS H:VTL I; E P SATTJSDAT MOEJHKG,-...MAECH 20, 1858. , Kotiee to Transient Advertisers. All transient advertisement In this paper must be paid for at the time they are banded in other-wine they will not be inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid for on delivery. ' The combined circulation of the Pally and Tri-Week-' ly editions of lb Patriot in the city, and in the sec tion of country trailing with Nashville, is greater loan that of any other paper lu the city . All ad vertiaements are inserted in both ediuous heuce the Patriot is the best advertising medium. Free Lecttee. On Monday evening the 'first of a coarse of scientific and interesting lectures will be delivered at Odd Fellows' JlalL The Lecturer has a high reputation in connection with Phrenology, and is upoken of aa one of the bent lecturers on the subject, and unequalled in delineation of character. All should hear and see his fine collection of portraits. r. 33r There is a fine bill up for to-night at the Theatre. ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 20 March 1858

Y -v ; ! 7.: .". prfrfor". Gorernment of the United States; THe Executive. Xucm Bcca-auK, of V.;,PrtriUnt tftke V. Stater. q Jon C. BsxcmuDvx, of Ky Viet PmidenL I The Cabinet. I.nns C.SS, of Michigan , Secretary tf State. 8 HoTOJ. Cobb, of Georgia , Secretary rf the Treasury. TjUACTorrrr, of Connecticut, Secretfiry rfthe tt'ary. Jos B. Kioto, of Virginia, Secretary f War. Judob II. Biack, of Peno., Attorney General. "JaOos Thobtso, of Miss., Secretary j the Interior. Aawox Y. Bhowh, of Tenn.'otfntater GmeraL ." Xhe Judiciary. SCPREME COURT OF THE UNITEI STATES. - Rocot B. Tajttt, of Maryland, Chief J astir e. Joju Vcl-us, of Ohio, Associate Jactice. Jamb If. W-txb, of Georgia, " " " Johs A. C-Mrmsix, of Ala., 44 Joint C-Titos, of Tennessee, " " Fm V. DiLXnn., of Virginia, " - 8atrst Nujr, of New York, " Bobkrt C. Giokk, of Penn., ' " N.mis CunoRn, of Slame, The salary of the President is $25,000 per annum that of the Vice President $6,000. Each member of the Cabinet receive $3,000 ...

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 March 1858

il T'i v..: vi. : f M - . ! RATES ' OF kDVltTISIaVG.. ( m jjxm 0B.Usw to oo.ufliuTk X saiaaV 2 One Square 1 day, $ 1 00 each ad 'al insertion a M i " " lweek, A 00 sac b addit'al square 1 M : " " S weeks, 4 AO u - " v " " " . montii, e oo " " j M ea " "1 tnonths B 00 " 4 M u t 12 00 , " , " . " t 99 u , 4i 6 it-- l a 1 ' " ' ' 1 09 " IAM - SA t " - " - --lewT mugWABLa ar nxarK- ... , One Square, on year; aaOeoch additional aqawre $1 V. nttoa auta-e must be given to take out and stop ad. rerusements of yearly advertisers before the year ax. pire, otherwise wa shall charge till done. -No contract of yearly advertisements wiH be diaeoa. t'n'ted wr.uout previous notice to us . nor will any tharga be made (or leas than one year at tha yearly rated. - - ? sr Advertisers exceeding tlie spaoe txmtrseVi ed for will be charged for the excess. r . ( .- TERSIS I- s 1 . -' paily, per annum, ..$8 00 Triweekly, per maura, . 6 00 Weekly, per annum, S 00 One Weekly for two yearn, or two Weeklies -' ...

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 1858

TV " liasjjmUc patriot. XAHY $8: XRI--WEJEKLY $5: "WIZXLY 3. , SIIITII, CAIHP V CO., rRorRnrroioe. --, W. HY. SMITH TIM EH, J v3 X IRA P. JON Juliloru Y Office, No. 16, ederfcls Street. JCOHDAT, 21ABCH 22, 1858. Mr. Kennedy, of Maryland. .We lay before the readers of the Patriot this morning the first part of the able Rjwech mvde in the United States Senate on the 12th inst, by the American Senator from Mary land, Hon. Anthony Kennedy. The remain der will be given in our next iruprestion. It affords us great satisfaction to republish the speech of the patriotic ilaryi&ndtr. It breathes throughout a spirit of loyalty to the South and to the Union, which is refreshing in these days of timid concession to anti-slavery on the part of some, and of disaffection to the Union of others, of those w hom Soutbru people have been wont to honor. Discarding political prejudices, having no aspirations be yond the sphere of action ia which a generous constituency have placed him, and willing to...

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 1858

N A S H Y ILLE: K03SDAT .. . -XASCIt 22, 1858. "Notice to Transient Adrtlscr. ' All transient advertisements in this paper must be paid for aft the time they are handed in otherwise they will aot be inserted. Traaweut Jib Work must be paid lor on delivery. The combined circulation of the Iaily and Tri-Weekly editions oT the Patbiot in the city, and in the sec tioa ef country trading with Nashville, ta greater than that of any other paper in the city. All advertisement are inserted in both editions hence the Patriot is the best advertising mediant. Leslie fob April. John York & Co., have received Leslie1 Gazette of Fasiiont for April. It is a capital number. a. i m Our contemporary the Gazette appear ed yesterday in a new and hamdsorne drea. "We congratulate it upon its improved appear ance. May its shadow never grow less. Fibe Police. We are reqnrptd to call a meeting of the Fire Police, at Waler'h In surance Office, to-day at 1 o'clock, P. M for the purpose of attending the fun...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 22 March 1858

.3? ipirtflori;. Gcfrnraent of the United States The Exeentlre. Jaxbb Bvcbai. a, of Pa., President rfthe V. Stattt. " Jon C. BKWDnuw!, of Ky.,' n Prtrideni. The Cabinet twa Cabs, of Michigan , Stcrdarf if .. - 1 Rovtu Cow, of Georgia, larrtary Ae TWowry. -Isaac Toccxr, of Connecticut, .Secretary ef"A Aory. Job B. Fuitd, of Virginia", Jarrrfarjr H'ar. . JaiUil H. Black', of Penn., Borae General. Jacob THOimra, of Miss. , Serretary r.f the tnterinr. AaboS V, Bbowj., of Teon., 1'ottmaMer General. The Judiciary. STFFEWE COURT OF THE CNITED STATES. Boobx P. Tabtt, of Maryland , Chief Justice. Job MoLbas, of Ohio, Associate Jwtice. Jam M. Watxb, of Georgia, " " Jn A-Caktbxu., of Ala., " Joint Cantos, of Tennessee. . ' ' prrmT. Dajubi, of Virginia, " giim Nxtso, of New York , " RobbbtC. Cnn, of Penn., " ' Natbas CurroHO, of Maine, . " The salary of tlx President is $'.'5,000 per unnnm that of the We President $fl,0O0. Each member of the Cabinet receives tS.OOOper annum. The salary of the C...

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 1858

r--"v t . ". iC . l I J.. if . , j 4 v -X Itflsljuillf PQtriot. RATIIS OF AD VtUTlSHVOi . ' -it: ( Tt una oa uss to airrtTS a scrasv. One oqaare 1 dsy, b 1 OJ each ad'ol tnssitioa $ M " " 1 woek, t PC i ejcli addit ol ssmus 1 M " " J w oeks, 4 d ' " J OA w ti i mut.Ui, e no u m i oa " " i moatbe IM " u " 4 M " " . i . , 12 00 , ' . '- 0 " " 5 " 18 0 a-oa 13 " " 14 00 " " "UN wrrvaais at rixajwrx. '. 7 'L On nare, one year, X each adtlnauial sqasre $10 Written BxiUee must be given to take nut and stop ad- rertiscnicbts of yearly advei tsi s befere the sear ex. pires, otherwise we shall charge t.ll done. No contract, yearly advei t nicnts will be discoa- tnni w.Uaout previous aouvr iocs. Bor will any coargs be made for b-s than ooe year at the yearly rates. , a- AlTertissn exceeding the tpace contrsxt d for will be chftrged for the exceaa. -g i w- r TERJIlt , Psily.peroaauta, ..,,. ....M 0( Trl-Weekly, per annum, 00 ". Weekly; per annum, ......... 0 '' One Weekly for two years, or two...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 23 March 1858

"l f Itaspillc patriot. V) AXLT f 8 1 TEKWEEKLY t5 ! WIEELT 13. shlTII) CARP & CO,, n i tl f 4- ft c 4f 4 fton-Trm. UUP. JONES, Office-, No. 16, Dctaderlck street. TUESDAY,- . -MASCH 23, 1358. .What la tbe Dank Creed of the De mocracy? - The people ought to have an answer lo this qaettion. It was contended during the i. cwsions in the Legislature, tbat thnre was no bank or anti-bank plank in the democratic platform ; it was also contended there a. When doctors disagree who Miall d.-cide? or, shall we have a decision ! '-Our own organ" sajsit is immaterial what may lie the opinions of democrats upon the Bulj' ct such differ ences do not warrant a quarrel. It says, g'-n-tlemen, trot out yonr candidate k, and we will do our best to put them through. We shall make no inane with you nor with our opjio nents on this Rnbject. and you Miall not make an issue with us. But dots the d. niocracy agree to this ! Do they admit the party to be a conglomerate of diverse elements and con flictin...

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 1858

1 IBnnBBRSnneaaWr NASHVILLE: TXrES3Al ltOIUnHO,'..... MA3lCH 2$, 1858. . 'Notice to Trmnalent Advertiser. ' Ail transient advertisements in tlili paper miwl be paid for at the time they are handed in otherwise they will not be inserted. Trausieut Job Work most be paid for on drhvery. a The combined circulation or the Hally and Trl Week ly editions or the Patriot ui the city, and in the sec tion of country trading; with Nashville, is greater than that of any other pajwr in the city.' All advertisements are inserted to both edillous bene the Patbiot ia the best advertising medium. 'm.pgr1 will be eeeu hj his advertisement that Prof. A. O'Lraht lectures at Odd Fel lows' Hall again to-night, and every nijjht daring the week- There was a good house last night. .. More Coal. The Pittsburg Journal, of the 17th Inet, reports three steam tugs with six teen barges and 106,000 bushels of coal in tow, and to leave that city for Nashville on that or the next day. A New Organ. A new democratic pn...

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 March 1858

Iprccfon;. Cinrimiatf; ,Cran5?0riifi0iie Gorernment of (he United States t W -- Tli Execntlre.l T iew " Jaxb BrcAA5,of Fa. , freriJent of At F. States. : Jon C. Bsscxsjrsnxjs, of Ky., I'ir Pretident. , 6 If.'": - "" - Xli Cabinet. " ' Laws Cash, of Michigan,' .rrferjro.'S'ete.J Homttl Conn, of Georgia, Serretnry if the Tsenftry. "Isaac Torrrr, of Connecticut. ScrrHary if the A'aey. Jobs B. FlAYD, of Virginia , Stcreijry rf War. JSRXMTAtt H. Buck, of Pcnn., Attorney General. JACOB TrtUsTSOJf, of Mrs. , Serretary if the fn'erinr. Aaro V. Buows, of Tenn. ,Pnttmojter General. Xlie Jndlrlary. - FTPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. Boceh B. Taxiy, of Maryland, Chief Justice. . Joan McLr, of Ohio, A.ociate Justice. James if. Watf, f Georpia, " . JotwA. Camfbeii., of Ala., 44 " Jobs Catbox, of Tennrs.ee, " " Ttrnt V. Datjfx, of Virginia, " " BABrnn. Narsnw, of New York, " RoksktC. Ganrs, of Penn., " Natwaw Cuifnrm, of Maine, " " The salary of the President In $?5,000 nor mnnm thai of the Vic...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 24 March 1858

.if tr.JiA aJ:sr s -- - 1 -- - - - " .-r. - rt.t fi ! -1 i-..i' --.R"i OP ADXltTlStXG. (Tei tnrts en ia to fxixircrrrs a sgcay, ) . On 6uar. 1 day," a 1 flu aich ad al taaorsma f : M . ".-Us, 1 u escbaddaaisq-san rs - -- , j a-oeks,. 4 0. '' .. t " t k BtofiUi,- a 'J w - cM , oa - M 1 aMotaa a a " " 4 M u u j, u. ... i u 4 a " " " . 18 1 : . im " u " 4 is e i"i " it a ax.v-rwaBLa ax n-aasrss. One Sqnara. one year, A30 eanri sdust ena vara fit Wrttt.-n notice mupt be given to tile out and ste-p aa rertiuMH.ut cf-yearl y advertisrs before th year .a tirus, otherwise w. shall charge tillluno -e No ooctrset tf yearly advertscmentt win be discos). taisi wrJoot previous noiic. lo us. nor sni! any chaj-ga b. nd for lee lhaa one ysar ti Oic early rasea. "- AdTertiaert e-tdseding the ipaca pontrmt a for win be dtargei for ths exctsa. -C"" . 4 !.-,.... - A. . ' ' -r! W - r V TEH1Q S t Paily, per annum, ...,.-.-....,, ..,i.v.WO0 ' Tri-Veofcly, per annum. j.....4..,.4..A 6 00 ; Weekly, per annu...

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 March 1858

-Uosl)Oitlf IJntnot 1 JOLT U i ttU-WHiLV t : WEEKLY tl ; ' I SM.Tii, cAmp it fco, ! Vr. HT. SMITH, yjjofj. Z CJ - T IRA P. JONES, J-"0"- ttfteS 1C. 18, -Deader. Street. ' T ...HABCH 24, 1858. Th Beaor41 of Judge Lorlns;. A many stains as the escutcheon of Mawta . ebasetts has received from the indiscreet and latemperate fanaticism of a portion of ber people, the foulest of them all is the concu ru ination of tbe Legislative and Executive con -Iracy remove Judge Lorixo. .While the rash acts of her citizens, Incited by the demon spirit of the mob, have blurred4the,fair pages 6f her history, the deliberate official act of her Governor and Legislature, has placed on them a blot, which the good deeds of a limit less 'future cannot wholly wipe out. It is an indi-guwed attack upon the personal honor and conscierice of a citizen, and upon the in tegrity and independence of the Judiciary. We are too far off to enter into an elaborate review of the case, but being baaed upon hos tility to Sou...

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 March 1858

NASHVILLE; VZPJMBiT M03UTCTO, . -KABCH 24, IMS. Notice to Transient Advertiser. , All transient advertisements in this paper molt be paid for at to time they are handed la otherwise they will doc be inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid for on delivery. The combined circulation of the Daily and Trt-Weekly editions of the Patuot to the city, and in the sec tion of country trading with Nashville, is greater than that of any other paper in the city. AlladvertisemenU are Inserted in both editions hence the Patriot is the best advertising medium. . , i f3t That iacoraparable wit, humorist, punster and poet, J. G. Saxe, delivers anoth er and the last of his Poem-Lectures, to night at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Summer street. Subject :Th Pbbbs." II production last night was received with great applause, and that of to-night will un doubtedly be the most pleasing of the series. To get comfortable seats, we should advise our citizens to go early. pO- Mr. Loraixe appears to-night...

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 March 1858

Ciinrinnati; prnjiflists. - Jnsuranrea pOOtSOtSrC. :;i Iran5p0rtatiaiTe Gofxrnment of the tnUed States. r-v The Executive. JiW RrcOAjrA," PafvanUeKf rftkt tT.Stata. Jc C. Bbbcuxkisce, of Ky., riceVJoil. ' I .... i . . . ,, Tbe, Cabinet.. T ' - 7T 4 Ijrwn Cas, of MIoblgaB, Seerttary tfSale. Hawaii. Cow, of Georgia, Sterefary rf On Trtasvry. Isaac Totctt, of Connecticut, Strrliry o 0 A Oo B. Fxotb, of Virginia, Secrttarf f War. ' , JmmH;Bi6cJ M9"1''' General. Jacob Tnowrsojr, of-Afiss., arary of Ike Interior linos r, JBbowt4, of Tenn,e?uiAto- Crai. ' ".'-.'-'-rrii jwdieUrr. " ' " " SCPREME f OCRT OT THE CNJTEH FT ATE?. ' Bocn B. TA.vrr.tf Maryland, Chief Justice. -. - . Jom McLaa, of Ohio, Associate Justice. Jams L WAfrt, of Georgia, . .- , 44 joni:Ciu..fJii.," Joan Catbow, of Tennessee, " 44 Pitta V. Pastel, of Virginia, " aTK.NTw, or New York, " ' ' '; BonnC. CMB.of Peon.,. - 44 - - -Kjxiu Cumm; of Maine,- .' The salary of the President is $05,000 per annum that of the Vice Preiient...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 25 March 1858

i Hflsi)biUeJ)otnot. HATES OFADVlTlSlNC (tx xnm cat tm o comw mil A' hcak One Square 1 day, t 1 00 ssch ad'al inasruoa II. r i M. -- m 1 week, S 00 aach addit'al u - I , Jt waeka, 4 M . " , . ( t TEBJI8t- Daily, per annum, . Trl-Weekly, per annum $8 oo) 5 00 montn, a uu " m ' " months 00 " " M " " L " 13 00 " m . ( m " " t " II 00 " ' " too m u u j ao u u u 10 00 xiMvir.i ar rLXisnx. 0ns Sana x, aae year, $J0 each addKisnal sqoars 10 - Wtatea aouce roust be given ts lakaaasaad atop ad vertisementa of yearly advertiser before tha year ex- ptrea, otbarwiaa ws shall charge till done. ...a No com-u nf yearly ad v ert eiues U will be diaeoa. tnutd wont previous notice lo oa, nor will any charge " be mads for less than one year at toe yearly rates. Ad-erters exceeding .e cpaca cotrct- Weekly, per annum, oo One Weekly for two years, or tiro Weeklies for one year, in advance, 6 00 When the Daily, Tri Weekly, or Weekly ia to be discontinued (paid ir. advance "at Uie time subscribed for), the...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 25 March 1858

ttotpiur Patriot I AI1T $8 TBI-WZXXLY S6 : $3. 8JI1TH, CAMP de CO., raopRirroiui. W. HT. SMITH, IRAP.JONKS, J Editors. Office, No. 16, Deaderlcls tret. TiftntSDAY," ...HAfiCH 25, 1858. Tl Kan QoAaiin-Tle laaue;. "Ma. nvn'otn-8o help me Cod, another slave Bute shall never enter the Union by ray vote. Ma. GrDDtXGS I will never consent that Ohio shall Associate with another slave State. Ma. Bisobam I will not rote for the admission of a lave Plate certainly not. Mm. Colfax I would not vote for the admission of Kansas if Ike whole people cam here with a flat Con tlUution. There are men ia the South who believe, or affect to believe, that the slavery question baa little to do with the opposition to the admlf mon of Kansas with the L ctnpton constitu tion. To all each we would commend the speeches of the black republicans in Congress. The texts given above are from the debate in the House of Repr-entative8 on the Ztltb inst ,'They give us a clear view of the feel ings and motives which go...

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 1858

NASHVILLE: THURSDAY U0NH7O MARCH 23, 1858. lVtlee to Traaatent Advertisers. All transient advertisement In this paper must be paid for at the lime they are handed In otherwise they will nut be inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid for on delivery. The combined circulation of the Daily and Trl-Week-ly editions of the Patriot hi toe city, and in the see tion of country trailing with Nashville, is greater than that of any other pajicr lit the city. AH ad vertisement are inserted in b th editions bunco the Patriot is the best advertising melitim. S" Bekj. F. Shields wouM call atten tion to Lis mile of fine Jewelry, Gold and Sil ver Watches, this morning. They will be forced at a pacrillce to close the consignment. Now is the time for bargain. The Gaiety. Mr. Loraine played Virgin its most handsomely last night to an apprecia tive audience. He renders Don Cear dt Bizan to-night, a character to which his fine person and voice are eminently appropriate. Sr Jons E. Hatch eii, editor of ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 25 March 1858

.ftaw i r prtflort); Government ef the fruited States . iUw TJa EXMDllTC. - ?' i! Jans Bccaaxax, of P. , President cf tXe V. Slate. Jon C. Bcoxmdgi, of Ky., rc President. Ulrf. Tba Cabinet. V- Lawn Cub, of Michigan , Secretary if StnU.J , Howni Cobb, of Georgia , Secretary ef tha Treasury. ISAAC TotcsT, of Connecticut. Serretnry of the .Vary. Joan B. Flora, of Virginia, Secretary ef War. ' ' -JotBMiAa H. Black, of Penn., jtttnrney General. - Jaooa Tanxrsoy, of His. , Secretary tf the Interior. Aaos V. Brow, of Tenn., Pottmaiter General Tbe Jndlelary. . ,i ." STPREVE COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. Rock B. Taxrr, of Maryland, Oii.-f Justice. Jon MclJU3r,of Ohio, - Associate Justice. J a VA.m,ut Georgia, ' - Jew A. Cawrnnx, of Ala., " " Joant Ca-mow, of Tennessee, PrrmV. lUxm, of Virginia, Hiimt Vr, of New York, " -.---. RmntKC. Gam , of Pen n . , " - Namas Cximwn, of Maine, The salary of the President is $25,000 per annum that of the Vice President $ ,000. Each member of the Cabinet rece...

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