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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 26 March 1858

mwu f tttriptf RATES OP "AbVEIlTISIVG. X tt tcnoi os txia to vitamrvrt 1 sqcAtx. ) T fequar r day , $ 1 00 eacb ad A : UiserlKrai 60 On in ,1 a-ecki ; 9 e-rescaldii'alt4war.l AO. t weeks. 4 M " " 1 sa 'if TERMS t Pally, per annum, ........................ 1100 Tri-Wek!y, per auuum, , 6 00 Weekly, per annum, 8 00 One Weekly Tor two yran, or two Weeklies , " . . ( for on year, in advance, 00 When the j:iy, Trt-Weckly, or Weekly n to be discontinued (paid in advauce at tbe tints subscribed for), the subscriber mnst order, otherwise it will bo continued, si our option, until paid for end stopped. If not paid, it must be pnl at the time of discontinu ance, or at our option. If the party is good, it will be sent until paid. Remittance by mail, In " registered" letters, at oar risk. ' " I - ' mouth, t M " m aa aaa - " ; 1 tounUi IM " " 4 M ' " 1 .- : i a. . ia 00 r : ri"-i2.-t: ?: aa-A t " i " . 11 00 .... a op - ! - U 00 " .lea .axawwaata ar riaaaraa. '1 Oa Square, one year, A3C ch addawn...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 26 March 1858

V J HosljoillriJtttriot: I AILY t8i T2I-WTEZL7 15 : "WEEXLT tS. S&I1TIT, CAMP A: CO., W. HT. SWTTH, 1 EJHort. Office, No. 16, Ueaderlf k Mret. rsnATt. -HABCH 28, 1858. Frankly, to tell the Patrwt the whole story to set all the doubts of our mip:lilors at rest, and to leave no room for further ques tions CoL Torbett is in favor of a sound currency, and Mr. Eastman is in favor of a oand currency. Having thus relieved our pleasant neighbor of all doubts on this sub ject, will they, In turn, have the kindness to relieve ours, and tell us what they think of cats? Virion and American. Thank you, neighbor. We shall endeavor to rival your explicitnera. '-Cat!"' what do we "think of cats!" Why. we think they are emblematic of sham democracy! How so? Cats, when together, are Constantly In a fuss so areebam democrats. - .Witness the pro ceedings of the Legislature which has just ad journed. When : we were a youngster, and heard the cats funding o' nights, we lamented their unfortunate disp...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 26 March 1858

-. s 1 - : 4 NASHVILLE: FRIDAY KOEimiO, -MARCH 28, 1838. rtT Yesterday wm "a very busy day ou the whart Nothing there had the appearance of dull times all was life and action. 4f Sam. J. Carter, having leased the Nashville Race Course, is now buwly engaged in setting that instilutiou in order for the ap proaching spring races. Mr8.JcxjA Dbax Hatxk leaves Nashville for Memphis this evening on the B. M. Runtan to fill an engagement in that city, commencing on Monday night. The Gaiett. Mr. Loraine appears to-night In the new play of Btlphfjvr; or, Tfe Pride of Birth, this evening. This is said to be an ex cellent play. Mr. Loraine is winning golden opinions, and we hopi to Bee a large audience at the Gaiet to-night John G. Sax is left this city yesterday on the Fairy Queen for Cairo, where he will take the cars homeward bonnd. During his brief stay, he ha added many to the number of his warm personal friends who were before the admirers of hw literary genius. We winb him a most auspici...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 26 March 1858

R9R (Einrinnnli. Proflijists.. ron5?0rtati0n. '-1 Government of Ibe United Stales fTJie Executive, r - Tr Jini Bocu.-M!f,of Tx.,PradeM'ftke U. Stairs. Jons C. Brouesiud;ic. of Ky.f Fie President. ,. ,Tbe Cabinet. f ; LTn Cass, of Michigan. fSemtnrf tf Hovni Cobb, of Georgia, Secretary the Treamrg. Isaac Torcrr, of Connecticut. Serrettry ' the Alary. Jox B. Tvotd, of Tirglnis", Strrrtarg tf War. ; JdODiua H. Buck, f Penn. , A ttrrnry General. ' Jacob Tbobtso, Mis., geeretarw of the fnterinr. Aabo yB0, of Ten"., Pcstmaster General. The JuHlelary. FCPRFME COURT OF THE t'NITFXi STATES. Rooek R TaCTtof Maryland, Chief Justice. Jorrx McLa. of Ohio, Associate Justice. Jjimbi SI. WaTxa, of Georgia, . . " ' - ' Job A. Onimoni, of Ala., 44 ' ' ' ' -Job CaTBw, of Tennessee, " Prr T, Damn., of Virginia, " " gAinntf Vi!T!wr, of New York, " RomnrrC. Cram, of Penn., " ' "' Xjubus'Cotkihii. of Maine.' ' ' " ' The salary of the President H ?5.lii0 per annum thai of the Vice President $"-,000. Each m...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 27 March 1858

' - . . . : ; . KATjCS OF ADVERTISING. : r - o i -- tiv ( tks ii-as oa m to cua.nn is a aoraaa. 1 One ixjuar. 1 day. S 1 00 eacbad'a iasartioa k SA: " l week, S 0o each addA si asaara 1 so t warka, 4 M " - "1 - aiouta, 00 . - " - 1 09 r " 1 months 8 00 " . ,,., 4M , t- U 00 ' at ,1'u. a 09 " " IS 00 t " SO M 12 " S OS - MM axvrwaai at rtaaanra. TEBnSl Daily ,-per annum, $S 00 Tri. Weekly, per annum, , ft 00 ; Weekly, h.t annum, . . 3 00 ftM Weekly tut two yearn, or two Weeklies '' . for one year, in advance, 6 00 1 When the laily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly m to be discontinued fjeaid in advance at the t;nie subscribed for), the ub:riber miwt order, otherwise tt will be continued, ul our ort.nn, until id fur an. I stopped. If not ud, tt must be nil at tbe time of discontinu ance, or at our oition. If tbe J arty at good, it will be cut until paid. Runuttaucca by maij, in M registered" letters, at our riak. PUBLISHED DAILY,, THI-WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY, BY SMITH, CAMP, & CO., K0. 16 DEADEPJ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 27 March 1858

IJpIjmUc pdtrtDt: lAILT TRIWEEKLY t& TKZtXZY t3 8SI1TII, CAMP tc raorsrrroK. . .. ,- CO Office. Wo. 16, Deaderlek Street. SATURDAY,. ...&ARCH 27, 1858. y- Win oor neighbor of the Union and American give us his views in relation to the opposition of Henhy A. Wwu to the Lecomp ton Constitution ? Shall Kmiu be a Slave State? Thursday morning we furnished the readers of the Patriot with texts from speeches made in Congress by opponents of the admission of Kansas showing that the real issue is tlavtryor no slavery in the State. We arc satisfied that the Northern opposition are conscious that if Kansas is admitted with the Lecompton Con stitution she will remain a slave State, and that this is the true cause of their violent hostility to it. Southern men who ent rtaln doubts upon this point, would do well to ex amine the debates in Congress as published in the Congressional Globe- They will there find proof enough to convince them. The fallow ing extract from the N. Y. Courier and...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 27 March 1858

NASHVILLE: SATUBDAT M0Kin3IO,.,.. MAIlCH 27, 1858. f The April number of the Nashville Journal of Mediant and Surgery has made its appearance already. p&- We learn that Mesons. Martin fc Law Bence have in transitu and will arrive in a few days, 20,000 tons of Northern Ice. This is good news. Lectcrk To-Xioht. Mr O'Leary lectures this evening on Physiognomy. This is one of the moet interesting of the course, and we ad vise all who can to hear it. We take pleasure in calling the atten tion of business men to the card of Miners. Lee & Carter, Comroiion Merchants, Mont gomery, Alabama, which may lie found in the advertising columns of this paper. Their re ferences are of the highest order. We smile when we think of the simple souled Puritans whom Indian Summer's dreamy beauty beguiled into planting their fields again. What an Eden they had found indeed, whee May days 'never wander quite away, but haunt the blessed year! The Gaiety-. Mr. Lokaink, in conjunction with the accomplis...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 27 March 1858

1 r jJirfctorjj. HJI)0lesale (Drnrrrics. ronsparlati0n. It fa. Gorernment of (he I nUcd States- rTli Executive. ; -JiM BrrsASAS, of Tm., PreHlenl rf le U. State. Josor BKWsrBiDOlt( of iry.j T"wr President. ' ':'. The Cabinet. IxwwCasm, of Micbipan, &rretani f &at-Z - t ; 5 Ho'wtox Cobb, of Georgia , Serrrtnrg " ' lVuiiry. Isaac Tornrr, of Connecticut. Serrrtwy of tit JVary. ' Jobs J Furra, of Yirjrrn ia , Secretary tf Bar. JnuotlAB II. Buot, of Penn., Attorney General. ' Jacob Thosox, of Miss., Srrretary nf Ike Interior. AaOS V. Baowx, of Tenn,, P'ttmiuter General. - Tb Judlrlarr SUPREME COCBT OF THE CXTTEP STATES. . Boom ft. TAirrr, of Jlarylanrl , Chief Jnstice. JoiraVcI.Kir,of Ohio, Associate Justice. Jaih M. Watxs, of Georgia, " " Joira A. CAnrmi., of Ala., Jos Catso. of Ifimpwf, ' Pbtsb v. Pato, of Vh-(f!nla. . " Nrum, of New Tork, ' " JtwnnrrC. Csrni, of Penn., " " KjTjif Currow, f Maine. " 44 The salary of the President is $?5,00f) per annum that of the Vice president...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 March 1858

' e -r ; - - .-n f; ,V-s. HATES OF ADVERTISING. I S S j' 1 a - S f Cn treat oc uas ro oownin ti a sqcasx ) f oar 1 day. f 1 00 anchad al inserUos 9 ' K " " 1 week, oo eechaddit alaviaars-1 ea - " "" 1 weks, 4 M " " " 0 - saoaUr 00 -r - 0 '4 :. ru - k awDlhs tOS ".."..r"- -at-v 2 00 " M ' ' X'tr - 1t 00 - . " tMZ " 11. 2. 00 - " ..w...uxl0bO IXWVAtlX AT MXASntS.' " On fiqaare, ewe year, $30 each additional strasrs tlO Wnttea notice most be given to take out and atop aV emaement of yearly ativertiaer before the year pires, otherwise we shall charge till om Nocontrartnf yearly adveriawmtcu will be diaoea- taaM.nout pr.vkHisliouo. to as, nor wfllany casrg be made for les than one year at the yearly rate. ATsr AdTttrtisers exceeding th ipacs eoatraet- iTosljiiillrlliitnot. TN AS lLu TERTISl rIIjr, per annum t 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum, (00 Weekly, per annum, 3 00 One Weekly lor two yearn, or two Weeklies - . - for ono year, in advance, 6 00 X When tt fiaily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly is to be...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 March 1858

DAILY B : TEI-WIEKLT t9 : "WEEKLY $3. SMITH, CAWP & CO., . Office, 18 De.derlckMrtft. KOITDAY,- .. MARCH 29, 1858. More Fllllbaerln A ProJ to tteTolatlontze !srCb.eriB Mexico. We give below the outlines of aa Expedi tion which is in process of formation, to revo lutioniee Northern Mexico, and the formation of the Sierra Madre Republic. There have been Bereral attempts of late years to accom plish the same end in different localities with in this region. The French Bettlera of Sono ma few years ago, undertook a revolution oa a small scale, and were promptly crushed. Soon afterwards, Carayajal got up a w ries of revolutionary operations, which were chiefly confined to the Eastern frontier of Tamauli pas and New Leon, which failed. Then Gen. Walkeb iniitated his career by an unsuccess ful foray into Sonora. . Next Vioacrui, fol lowed in the footsteps of Cakayajai.; and Crabb again in those of Walker, not to men tion the sudden defection and recurring loy alty of the Governor of Chi...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 March 1858

TL NASHVILLE: MOST) AY MOSNIlfO, MARCH 29, 1858. gSST" The Gallatin Ejxnniner pays the me elea have been epidemic ia various portions of that county, though not generally fatal. Lost Yesterday morning, at or near the Union and American office, a gold-head'd cane, with the owner's name, etc., inscribed upon it. The finder will be liberally rewarded by leav ing it at this office. jpSf Miss Chablotte Ccsiimax commences an engagement at the Gaiety to-night. She appears in the character of Romeo, Mrs. Crisp playing Juliet. Of course, the utmost capacity of the Theatre will be tested. We understand that II. II. Hatxes & Co. have sold their larjie thorough bred .ital lion to Col. John II. Fbencu of Warren, for the snug sum of $1,800. This horse is one of the Lirgest in the country, being nearly thirty hands high, and is withal a handsome symmet rical amimuL 3f- The NVw York papers inform us that ' the Five Points are being invad.d by prayer meetings. If the Five Points are convert ed, ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 March 1858

Cinrinnatr. iJrarjntsts. ortatiaiC Government of the United States rrhe Executive. Jaxra BrcHAXaa.of Tn., President tftkt XT. Stale. ' Jan C. Bmctowbof. f Ky., riceVestaVsaJ. . . lawts Cass, of Michigan, Secretary rf State. " ' Hointu. Com, of Ceorgia, Serretnry of the Treasury. Isaac Toccet, of Connecticut, Secretary tf the A'ary. Jout B. Flotb, of Virginia, Secretary rf War. JnnonJB H. Buck, of Penn., Attorney General. jicos Thoktsos, of Miss., Secretary of the Interior. iiioi V. Brows, of Tenn., Postmaster General. xhe J udlcfary. FUFKEME COCKT OF THE UNITED JTATES. Roc rat B. .Taxrr, of Maryland, Chief Justice. " "' Joss McLxa, of Ohm, Associate Justice. Jamhi M. Watt, of Georgia, Job A.Cawiwi, of Ala., " Jon Cantos, of Tennessee, 44 44 . prm T. Daxtkl, of Virginia, . " SaMCsx,NsTSo, of New York, " . RosmrrC. Curat, of Penn., " Xathas Cumm, of Maine, " " The salary of the President ia $25,000 per annum that of the Vice President $5,000. Kach member of the Cabinet receive $8,000 ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 March 1858

BATES OF ApVimTlSlAVG.- - ; ( tsw Lots oa tftss to caueemrra a sqtkz. ) ' One Squar 1 day. I I 00 wich ad'al Uuertwa M 1 week, t 00 each addit'al aqsar X M ?mlm'l 2 sreeka,: 4 0-. .,... 1 " S ea " t month, 00 - - S Oft - - months 00 " - " " 4 M " i -i JS 00 H "si tftft ' Jg U0 S SO u i3 4, . a a . i m -. at Jf 00 asKSWABU ar ruasintaw 0a Square, one year, aSO each additieasl square $10 Writ lea notice must be given to take out aad stop aft. eerttsements of yearly adrertser before tbe year as- piree, etherw ate we snail charge tiH doaa. Kaconlraraaf yearly advert taa. la will bedteeea t'nql w:out previous autice to us. oar a ill any charga be made for less than one year at tbe yearly rates. - Advertisers exceeding tie space eoatnet ed for will be charged for the excess. t r ; ... . TEnJI Si:. . r , '' . PmilTj per snnum, 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum, f. ., , & 00 Weekly, er snnum, . ...i...;. 3 00 Oil Weekly tor two yours, or two Weeklies - fr ime year, In advance, 6 00 . Wben the I ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 March 1858

ItnsljDtllf-IJatnot. DAILY 18: TEI-WEZXLY tS: UZEZLYf 3. i SSIITIIi CAMP & CO. i pttorOTKTORS. Ofllcfe, No. 1 6, Beadrrlek Street. tTJESDAY, MARCH 30, 1858. Speech of Iflr. Maynard. We take great pleasure in laying before the readers of tbe Patriot, tbe able and convinc ing speech of the Representative from the Knoxrille District, on the question of admit ting Kansas as a slave State. We trust they will read it deliberately, and reflect upon It seriously. It is a rpet ch which thould doubly endear him to the American party of Tennes see. Those who have hoped to find him espousing a cause which ban knit together black republicans and allitionsts of all type and grades, and renogwle ebarn democrat, in a solid phalanx, will find that they have mis taken the man. Horace Mavnakd is as ' true as steel" to the interests of his adopted State. His ready mind comprehends tbe true issue, and he summons all true men to come up to the right point like true soldiers, and like men meet it." Wh...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 March 1858

NASHVILLE: TCTESDAl HOENIKG, MABCH SO, 1858. fff Wessell i Thompson have received a fine lot of Havana cigars, and will sell then cheap to alL ' JBSfTbe horse purchased by Col. J. 1L Fbexch, of which we made mention yesterday, is nearly tirenty hands high, not thirty, aa the types made us say. . Several barges loadrd with Ice arrived at this port Saturday, and there was a con siderable depression in the temperature of the weather Sunday and yesterday. Time Sale of Choc'Ewe. Harris & Co sell Groceries, at Auction, this morning on time. They will oner a very choice astort ment of the staple articles of the trade. S.veed's Repobts. The 4th volume of Sxled's Reports is out and may be had at the Book Store of V. T. Uekut & Co. It is a beautiful specimen of the printer's and binder's arts. Hon. Edward Everett. This gentleman, says the Richmond Dispatch, reached Rich mond on Saturday, with the intention of Bet ting out on Monday lor Lexington and Lynch burg, Va.. where he had accep...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 March 1858

WtjoliMTMmtit: Cinrinnatta .pmsfllsts. Spools, Sljots, St. v; iEranspartation. CorcniKcnt .of the United States-. .'The Executive. . - T Jaw BrCHA.t,of FM.,rresulentof the U. States. - Jems Ci Bncunnwi, or Ey., Vict PrtndeuL The Cabinet. . . teww Cat of Mirhtfran, Seertary ysta'e. , " - . ; "Bnwni. Cow, of Georgia, Serretar? rfthe Treasury. TsuaeTnrcrr, of Cnnnectieit. Serretary y the Xaty. Jems p. Fiato, pf Virginia , Secretary ff War. , f Jnnui H. Burr, of fenn., AUnrney General.' Jacob TlWW, of Wis., Secretary if the TnUrirr. AjULoa V. Baowir, of Tenn., Pottmeuicr General, ' - The Jndltlarr fVfnruz rorrrr of the i-nited states. Rock p.'Tijrrr, of Maryland, Chief Justice. Jon McLta, of Ohio, Associate Justice. Jiiv M. WAT, of Georgia, " i. Jnws A. CAjmuni, of A!., " ' Josr IVnwi, of Tennessee, " " pr-nr T. pA-ma, of VlrrlnlA, eimrtiyiww, of New York, " M RowenrC Culm, of Penn., ' " Varna Cuiown, of Maine, " " Th salary of th Preident in $?5,HWI per annum tit nf the We President f....

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 31 March 1858

HasljiiiUf patriot. "KATES OF ADVE11TISIXG. (rest um oa vuk to om.si ui 1 1 a sqcabx. ) i bquars 1 day, S I 00 each ad'al laaarUo Od M 1 week a 00 each addil's sqosrs 1 60 " i 3 weeks, '.4 SO . .i." . .! U0 44 " " . 00 44 - 44 44 4 (0 t " ,: t m oa 44 .4 44 OS) U 44 44 10 00 " month, e oo M 1 months t 00 44 PaJlTj per annua, ui 98 00 JYl-VVeekJy, per annum, 6 00 Weekly, i-r mudu, a 00 -: , Qua Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies - for one yew, in advance, I 00 .- When the lauly, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly is to be discocunued (paid in advance at the time subscribed for), the subscriber must order, oiherwst it will be continued, al our option, until rid for and stopped. If not pa mJ, it must be paid at the lime of discontinu ance, or at our option. If Uie party is good, it will be cut unui paid. Remittances by mail, to " regiered" letters, at our rik. " . ' t ,lt 00 44 " S ' 18 00 44 44 U 44 . 2 4S K-GCa-WaJU ST PLBaiarSB.' On. Pqnare, one year, aao aach addttianal aqtsxr f 10 Wnttca no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 31 March 1858

llasboillc patriot . DAILY tS : TBI-WEXXLY t : WEEKLY fS. BJIlTIIt CAMP & CO., W. HY. SMITH, y IRA P. JONES, J" HiilOTM. Office, If o. 16, Iederlclt Street. WEDNESDAY,. ..MARCH 31, 1858. Jael xprt sewmrd'a election to tbe Presldeucy. Some of the opponents of the admission of Kansas as a slave State, seem to be governed by the hope that its rejectiou will n-wilt in tbe irreconcilable division of the wham d. rnocratic party, and insure iu defeat in the next Presi dential campaign. They seem also to enter tain the absurd idea that Mr. Douglas will be the candidate, in that campaign, of the anti Kansas party. They do not appear to reflect npoi the fact that eight-tenths of the new p irtj will be black republican, and aboli tionists, and that this element will be poten tial in the choice of candidate, and the con-st.-uction of platforms, and that it is not likely to lay aside its old and trunted leaden', and pi ice iU standards in the hands of any new ally, come from whatever quarter...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 31 March 1858

NASHVILLE: WEDHESDAY MOUSING, MABCH SI, 1858. tfT" The notes of the Shelbyville Bank of . Tennessee, are received by the Union Bank oftftiacity. Owing to not being able to unload and re load yesterday, the steamer TempvA did not get off as advertised, bat will leave this mor ning for Louisville at 10 o'clock. "Wall Paper. Our young friend Finn is in receipt of his spring stock of Wall Papers, embracing the newett and most beautiful styles. . He La displayed Lis usual good taste in his selections, and we feci sure that the most fastidious can be suited by him without difficulty. He dot s not merely make the best selections, but rfttngs bis papers well, employ ing none but competent workmen. Iff" We learn that Maj. A. J. Do.velso.n baa eold hia Tulip Grove" plantation, in this county, to Makk R. Cockrill, Esq., with a view to removing to Memphis. Iu this change Davidboa county will lose an invaluable citi zen. Having learned to retpect him for his sterling social qualities, his high c...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 31 March 1858

51 : pircrtorp; ! i Cincinnati, Srnjjgisfs. lUljglcsiilf Q5rarrrtf5s JptflS, sc. nsnrdncea : :? CranspnrtatiDir. ": Government of the United States- TTh Executive. Ta BccnUAX, of FV.Veticfenl tfthe V. SUiUB. Jon C. BsacxxxxiixiB, of Ky., Tvi President. . , . , The Cabinet. Lrwtl Caw, of Michigan , Secretary rf Stnle. - HcrwTU. Com, of Georgia , Serretary nf Ihe Treasury. tlue Toctxr, of Connecticut , Serretary of Ihe A'ary. iota p. Turn, of Virginia, Secretary ef TTar. JekkwaB H. Black, of Penn., Attnrney General. Jacob THOnrsos, of Mi. , Serretary if (he fnlerinr. Aamos V. Baows, of Tenn., Pottnuuter General. The Jndle-larr. f" tSUPREMlS COVET OF THE I'XITEP FTATES.' Room B. Tajrrr, of Maryland, Chief Joatlre. Jon McUuv, of Ohio, Associate Justice. Jams M. Wivx, of Georgia, " 44 'Job A. Caarmnx, of Ala., " " Joan Catww, of Tennessee, 44 " rem V. Daxiar, of Virginia, " " Samcbi Ntisos, of New York, " " Rnunrr C. Gun, of Penn., " JfATilACiiTTORi, of Maine, The salary of the President...

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