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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 6 February 1858

IVJ : RATES OF ADVERTISING. . ( na usa OB isms to cossmtis aqranx. Onsfcttuars lday, ' I 00 each ad 'al lnaertioa $ M " , l week, a ao each addit 'at suar 1 K it it j weeks, 4 60 " 44 " IS 1 month, 6 00 " " 00 J monUta 9 00 " " " 4M tt ti 8 " 12 00 " " " ( 00 ti it 5 IS 00 I 00 ti t. 12 " 00 " " M 10 00 . . . . uiitaiu st ntAirtt . .- One ?nnarr, one rear, iud each additional square f 10 - Written aofrce must be given to Uke out and stop ad. vertasenienta td yaarly aJverttaerw befora tbe year ex uimt, otherwise we shall charge Ull done. No contract of yearly ad voruaetuonla will be dsscoa tiaued w tthout previous notice to ns, nor will any charga ba made for lew tbaa on year at the yearly rat". d- Advertisers exceeding tha spsvM contract TEItMSl ' zL. i- r: , tn oo . i oo . Tri-Weekir. oer aunum ', Weekly, per annum, One Weekly (or two yearn, or two Weeklies s oo for one year, tn advance, 6 00 PUBLISHED DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY, BY SMiTH, CAMP, & CO., NO. 16 DEADERICK STREE...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 6 February 1858

c-i i Cm t t C l" e i-i lo t-: lt05l)Dillc patriot. TBI-WEEKLY U : WZEXLY 63. .w. bt. mm, ..-.! j . AOTHONT B. CAMP, . TaOKA CALLBXDEk, iu r. jnten, jSIIITH, CAMP 4c CO., ,. MtopKirroKH. TV. HY. SMITH ! IRA P. JONES Office, 5o. 16, Defcvlerlclt Street. 8ATUEDAY, FEBEUA&Y 8, 1858. Increase of the ArmjTh 9Iormoiia .ur llom John Bell. The bill to Licreae the-regular Army was before the Senate of the Unite-d Statcn on the 27th ult Mr. BeU. took occasion to give Lin views in opposition to the iacrcane, and to " mate some remarks ronpt-cting the policv of the government towards the Mormon?, which are very interesting. We present be low ex .' tracts from his remark, from which the r.ad v er will learn his position: Mr. BELL. I confer. Mr. President, that when thi bill was firft taken np, I supione d it . would be my duty ou public account to vote for it: or. if not for that, at If ant for uch a " proposition as has jut liee?n vote d down by the Kenate. I euppom-d, Irom tlie f anient tv...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 6 February 1858

NASHVILLE: .. BATOEDAY M0ESI1TO, FEBSUAST 6, 1858. Notice to Transient Advertiser. - All transient advertisements tn this paper must bs " paid for st the tune they sre handed In olherwsve they will not bv hisortod. Transient Job Work mutt bs paid for on delivery. f The combined circulaUoa of the Kully sod Tri- Week ly edition of the I'-inuoT ia the city, and ia the sec tion or country trading with Nashville, s greater than , that of any other paier in the city. All ad vertiseinents are inserted tn both editions hence the Patriot is the ' liest advertising rueUium. - " IP Mr. Rowlkm, we learn from tbelegh-la-tire report of Wt ductility, repudiates a "mc- n; ? . . C . I . .. . 1, ... -1. tai lie currency ua a pu i ui ujv bukui uimv- ciatlc creed- The people would like to know 1 L A 11 AT... 1 f 4t.n ..-.-.. in f1 -.l to Banks, or whether it Las any creed what ever. a f IT.... 4l. C timii t L 1 u n-nii.p lh Tllllfl 1 rUI 111-7 U n .1 1J I V. ua7 '- ....... - la. the streets yw-terday m...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 6 February 1858

t01jalc5ale rorrrtrs.t I tt)(Booi$fttc: CtnctntfatL Prnjiflisfs. etviiirjnsnranrt Cransportation. Great' llargalns lor CasU! rT, have on hand eery bjrfre and elegant stock of eTAILE A-U F ANC1C (iOOIUS, that we are oHer t very low prices for cash. Our stork of DKESS EHJiS la very Lirae and compete, consisting in part of cJcgant Kobe-a-wuiIle; , -r 44 Flounced, Silks:' " sin-'; ji?i r . Brier " . jiail . Rich Satin Striped and Plaid Poplins at eery low price. ' r With a large and elegant assortment of rich Moire Antiques, bought in job, and will be sold greatly lane than importers cost, with a full line of bent makes of Black bilks, very low for cash. " -Z7: . f : 1 TV. A., a J. G. McCLELLAND. TJncurrent Honey at Par. ."ITTvUl take all "Free BaDk" mmey, Oroee.Fbel- V'-JrSyTille, Lawrencebnrg. and Pandridgo at par, - - fo.xis. ! W. A. J. G. McCLF-LLANP. N- B. As we Intend doing an exclusive cash busi ness this year, we will close out our present stock at nnprecenfed low prices for cab...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 8 February 1858

. . ! ; " ; , - .- . Hostile patriot. RATES OP ADVERTISING. X A ( na un oa um to unmiiit'ii a aoTAKB. ) , r One Square 1 day, $ I 00 each ad'al maertioa 44) 1 , U0 each addit'al suuare 1 M " 2 weeks, 4 60 " " " 1 month, e 00 " ... a oa " " T mnUi tlrt " " , 4 M 4t v - HC1 t M " 44 a 1(00 " M " 12 44 - f 0 - " " 10 00. RnTWIM I AT FIXASTltS. ' One Pqnare, one year, S30 each additional square SIS Writtea notice must be given to take out and stop ad. vertuaements of yearly advertisers before the year ex pires, otherwise we shall charge till done; - Xoouotraotof yearly advertus meela will be discos tinned without i-rrvious notice to es.nor will aay charge be made for lese tbea eae rear at the yearly rate. ATar- AdTertisen ezcaediar Um apaee otmtract ed far will be cliargei Xor tia exoeaa. .. V TEBnSi Paily, per annum, $8 00 Trt-eek!y, per annum, 6 00 . Weekly, per annum, 8 00 . One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for ono year, in advance, i 00 When the Iwily, Tii-Wcekly, or Weekly...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 8 February 1858

DAILY 3 : TEI-WEEXLY tS : "WEEKLY $3. T. BOTH, ' THOMAS CAIABNDBR, aBthomt a. cuxr, im r. jon, SMITH, CiJIP A: CO., raomnTrowi. w.ht.switii.i ' ; IEAF. JOXES, x'v"r,- -t : . Office, If o. 16, Deaderlelt Street. M03TDAY, rZBEUAEY 8, 1858. The Lceoinpton Conatllutlon. in Con- ' "--'--' greaa. The constitution which waa formed by the 'people of Kansas, in' convention at Lecomp ton, has been duly submitted to Con grew; and application ia formally made for admission in to the Union on an equal footing with the other States. The iteme in fairly and squarely propounded, ah all the be admitted? and there upon "comes the tug of war." We have very little doubt that the Senate will act affirma tively by a large majority and the great and heated work will be left to the House of Rep resentatives. In that body we may expect an arduous, if not a prolonged struggle. For the quiet, repose ad eu!tantial good of the coun try, we could have wished that this contest might have been avoids. But it is al...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 8 February 1858

N A S H YILLE; XOXDaY MOEirraG, FEBSXTAST 8, 1858. Notrce. to Transient Advertisers. All traaaieat advertisements in this paper Baton be faitl Ibr at The time they are hooded in otherwise hcy wRl nut be inserted-. tttoMeiX Jtm Xfmrk must fee paid r a deliver . . , . Thottftubiued rirtulalioa; of lb flaily and Tri Week ly editions of the Patriot in the city, and in the sec tion of country trailing with Nashville, h greater Uian that of any ol her paper in the city. All advertisements re inserted ia b tb editions hence the Tatoui is the best advertising meiTiura. , tTf We arc authorized f announce liu Crane a u. as a candidate, for Constable in the Tenth district, at Ahe eusuing Karcb clrctino. 1ntrko;atot. Can ibe Tof-t Katrter at Columbia, or Anyone cJxo, infirm u why the l'iTBflDT Aoc-b not rea;h it miiisci ilMTn regu larly Son? ari Went of Columlw? Oir pa cr is regularly waiit-d. and yet we have many complaints Jo ronwquence ef its mn awivaj ia that direction, which we arc v. lnJl...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 8 February 1858

(tlinrinnatL Qlt J&TOCtXitS. .JpfflSf.:: ; Cratispprtat'jn. sum: Hi? for Cash! "ljlia (eaJ.ata VWeiVUrgo nd elegant Mock of f STArLE A-N If FANCY GOOJW, that we are offer - as at verr low pHelW cash. Our stork of DRESS SILKS is rarr lance and complete, consisting in part of 9l.WliJMX2. flounced Silks; Tf " .Bayadere;' , '. ' ' " Plaid " Jfjijatto Striped and Plaid Poplins at very low prices. ' . With' large and eleeant assortment of rich Moire Antiques, boiiRht to Job, and will be sold Kreatly lex than 4m porters cost, with full line of beat makes of Black SUlts, very low for cash.- - - w. a. fc j. g. McClelland. r TJncurrent Money at Par, T775jpni take all "Free Rank" money. Oroee, Shel f Xyville, Lawrencebnrp, snd Pnndridpe at nax. forf-ooda. W. A. & J. G. MrCLLLLANTi. N. B. As we Intend doing an exclusive cash busi ness this year, we will close out our present stock at un preceded low prices for cash. jan26 tf ;- - - . W.A.4J. G. McC. R. C. McNAIRY & CO., I l- ' -' XJ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 9 February 1858

jam Uasljuille Untrioti KATES OF AJJVEKTISIXQ. ( TEJT LISTS NI UBX TO OOWSI1IL1B A BQT AZS. 1 One Square 1 day, 1 00 each ad 'al Insertlosi M 4 4 44 1 week, Z 00 each addit'ai squara 1 M - " 44 J weeks, 4 50 ". " . " . JOt 44 44 1 month, 00 " 44 " g 00 44 . 44 2 Bionths 00 " ' 4 m 4i 44 8 44 12 00 44 44 " oa 44 44 ft 44 18 00 44 g no 44 44 12 44 2i 00 44 44 44 19 0O BXXTWABIX At PlXAflClra. One Fqnarr. oue year, $30 each additional aqoars tit Written not.ee most be given to take out aad stop ad verueeneobi of yearly advertisers before tbe year ex pires, otherw ise we kilall charge till doaa. - ... No contract of yearly advertisements win be discon tinued w about previous notice to us, nor will say eharga be made for less than one year at the yearly rates. - Adrertiaeri ezeaedinf the spacs eontraetr d tor trill be charged for tha ezceaa. ' - .. TEiLnsi - Pally, per annum,. $9 00 Trl-Weekly, per annum, 6 00 Weekly, per annum, -.. 3 00 'One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies , 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. — 9 February 1858

Jtosljoillc -Patriot; DAILY $B : TEI-WEEKLY tS : WEEKLY S3. w. wt, nan, thomas ciljj'nw.u, SJI11II) CAMP it CO,, rROPSlCTOIUi. ' W. IIY. SMITH, IRAP.JONtS, ; BtHU Office, No. 16, Deaderlrk Slrrct. .TUESDAY, FEBBUABY 9, 18f 8. Tlie Lecompton CouMltutlon Its ., .- Cltanees. It ifl conccdel ly all parties that the Le compton Constitution will paw? the Senate. "We note that the Black Republican letter writers claim that Meters. Bkix anel Cuittkx des will Tote ajraiiiKt it. We do not know what anthority they have for doing ?o ; but we do know that, up to the 3d ini-i., neither of these diptinguifihed Senator had made up bin mind. We hope to have them with us when the tug of war come. "- In the IIouBe of Representative-, the result in somewhat doubtfuL The vote, in that body, On the 2d inst., a the motion to adjourn, t-o aa to cut off the amendment ottered by Mr, Harris, of Indiana, to the motion of Mr. Hughes, referring the Lecompton Constitution to the Committee on Territories, is luoke...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 9 February 1858

V :-v..-.n4.4mg..- NASHYILLE: TTJESDAI MOIUIIKO, FEBETJABY 9, 1858. Notice to Xntnslent AdvertlMera. AH transient advertisements in this paper must be paid for at the liine they are handed in otherwise tliey will not be inserted. Transient Ji Work must be paid for oa delivery. ' The combined circulation of the Daily and Tri-Weck-' ly editions of the Pancior iu the city, and in the sec- tion of country trading with Nashville, to greater than ". tlmt of any other paper m the city. A 11 advertisements are inserted in N th editions hence the Patkiot is the best advertising medium. ff The Editors and Proprietors of the Patriot are gratfful to their brethren of the press, of both political parties, in this State, and elsewhere, for the very kind terms in which they have been pleased to rpt-ak of our journal and our labors. Thkatoe. The bill for to-night at the Gaie ty is very attractive. The drama of "Fn 1t ick the Great," the protean piece, "Thrice Married," and '-Brian O'Lynn," are to l...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 9 February 1858

'V, e-.-Mac pragfitsk Cinrinnatt. HJijolesole (SrnffriWo Jlnsnranrc. Crnnsportalion. I Oreat Bargains for CasYO. "TTfTJ hire on hand a very large and elegant stork of W STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS?, that we are offor ag at very low prices for cash. . Our stock of DRESS 8XLKS it very large and complete, consisting in part of Eefrant Robes-a-Quille; . , Flounced Silks; " Bayadere " . . ;V . ' M piaid . " Rich. Satin Striped and I laid Poplins at very low price. With, a large and elegant assortment of rich Moire Antique, bought to job, and will be sold jrreatly leas ' than importers cost, with a Tull line of best makes of Black Silks, very low for cash. ' W. A. It J. C. McCLEIXAXD. tJneurrent Honey at Par. WTrrjrill take all "Free Bank" money, Ococe, Shel WilyTllle, Lawrencebur, and Dandrklce at par, foHjooda. ' - W. A. it J. G. McCLELLAVD. ' H B. As we Intend doing an exclusive each busi ness this year, we will close out our present Mock at unprerented low prices for cash. Jaa25 tf W. A. f...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 10 February 1858

RATES OP ADVERTISING. ' (tb u.vcs oa uaH to coasiut i a aqraa. ) One Square 1 day,- 1 00 -each ad 'al insertion $ M " " 1 WAek, S 00 each addifal squar 1 60 " u 2 weeks, 4 0 " S 00 " 1 moota, 04 -" , " t, " 00 a . Smoniiut 00 : ' - ' ' " 4 60 3 ' 11 0 " " ' (w " ' " 14 OO " g 00 " " 12 " 26 00 " " " 10 00 acirwAjiLB at nzAsraa One Square, one year, SM each additional aqoare f 10 Written notice must be given to takeout and stop ad vertisements of yearly advertisers before the year ex piree, otherwise we shall charjre till done. No contract of yearly advertisements will be discoa tinned without previous notice to uw. nor will any cbarg be made for lew than one year at the yearly rates. m Advertiser, exceeding the tpaea contract ed for will be charged for the excess. 1 TVaflv. tver innnm .'..-....$ 00 6 00 a na - , Tri-Weekly, per luuum, ...... . T , weeKiy, r annum One Weekly for two rears, or two Weeklies for one year, Ui advance, 6 00 . When the Ifcily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly is lo b...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 10 February 1858

v tV JpWUt Patriot. . - . t 1 bAILT t3 : TEI-WEEXLT $5 : "WEEKLY $3. f i : W. HT. fUTTH, , f 4XTHOXT 8. CAJIP, THOSAH CALIJCSDKK, 1KA P. JUXEX, ? ' SaiTH, CAMP St CO., r . .- PRonaEToKH. W. HY. PMTTH, IRA P. JONES, j" -tetters. ' Office, No. 16, Beaderirk Street. .V7-i WEDNESDAY, FXBEUARY 10, 1858. The Admlsnlon of Kna an a Slave . State. f?f The instincts of the ratrvi, are very often riprht; the pity is that it dot-n not alwuyw follow them. ' We hope that, on this Kansas, question, that paper will adhere to it first im pulses. Union Sf American. The Patmot is not governed by "instincts" or "impulses" alone. It investigates all ques tions of public policy, and when its judnient ria convinced, it awumes a pont'on and main tains it to the beet of Uh ability. Having weighed all the facta which have leen devel- oped in the Kansas controt en-y, and t-pous-ed the caiue, an we believe, of right and jus tlce, we Khali steadily uphold it to the end. It is a matter of real gratification to u...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 10 February 1858

- -Itf ASllVIL L E : "WZDJESDAY iTOSNDTG, PEBY 10, 1858. NotIc to Transient Advertisers. All transient advertisements in this paper must be paid for at tbo time they are handed in otherwise they will not be inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid for on delivery. The combined circulation of the Daily and Tri-Weekly editions of the Patriot iu the city, and in the sec tion of country trading with Nashville, is greater than that of any other paper In the city. AH advertisement are inserted in both editions hence the Patriot in the - beat advertising medium. "?" The levee yeBtcrday presented a very business like appearance, several boat being engaged in (Uncharging heavy cargoes. We found the levee clerks of the Prince. and JoJttuon iu business '-to their cyca." the form er mixing with lcL-teads and "cradles," aud ' the latter in molasses aud sugar "waist deep." "Forbearance hah ceased to he a virti e." tVe have to this time patiently w aited on city official, whose duty it is to keep...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 10 February 1858

... . .. freit-.VW'.;1 . V'V r,v,:''' ' - '.V . g.jWiyJ!, V-tj-g'."1 W,'-" .L pro DoJi rtf.; Cincinnati. Cran5)0rtoti0iT. Great Wargalns for Casli! XTEb"T B hsn'' rT large and elegant stork or T STAPLE AND FANCY GOOllS, that we are otfer Bf at rery low price for cash. Our stork of DKK8R BILKS is very large and compU-te. consisting in part of Elegant Rohcs-a-tuille; . . , " Flounced islks; . Bayadere " - " Plaid " t. Rich Satin Striped and naid Poplins at Terr low price. With a Urge and elegant assortment or rich Moire Antiques, bought in Job, and will be sold greatly lesa than importers .cost, with a roll line of best makes of Black Silks, very low fop rash. W. A. . C. MoCXELLAND. .' ' TJncurrent Money at Par. -H7i k all "Free Bank" nney. fVoee, fl ' VVtfyville, Lawrenceburg, and I"", ? r foroods. W. A. A- J. G. MiCLELLAXn. N. B. AS we intend doing an exclusive cash busi ness this year, we will close out our present stock at -"SaE?1 toW priCa,frWh-W.A.t J.G.McC. It. C'McXAIRY & ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 11 February 1858

n ! u ni ui fcAriiOTf ion ;y;B-pr!t ;jj iwh-m :t":.7 -rirrwij 1 '.x. ii -jinini ii low. f ibs-usia ew txs ro kivhimi tb a see ABB. 1 i ban TMiiiit la-si I bJ: .-jlUtvI; icifT IZq: V-ih:tVui-n SO -k, 2 00 i m h s-q.iii Mi 1 aa t no.'u 1U il JCI! I i T s;7 r i. 11 u niit ! As? i u't-i-T.iH I ea, 3 00 - 1. ..i.i i. mi ,,r .oD " TERMSi'.T i 1 i I .51 t'. O 70 li d if- ' ' -aj tiui'J.hUin r.l - - 2 weeke, tSQ " e oa i--.L:j. J A I!1t, nor annum, '.. V. .. f 8 00 '' rxjo sVl mouth, 0 ow fsmi'Ts .wi g 00 Yri-Wcckly, per annum, 6 00 - U eefcly, per annum, 3 00 . One Weekly for two years, ir two Week be ' for one yar, in advmic, 5 00 . When tlie Daily, Tri-M'ekly, or Wjfkly ui to be difcouttm.o.l (paid in a'lvance at the tune mibwribM for), the Ftibfcriber omxt orter, oOiprwiM it will be, routmutM. at uiir itia. uutil pul fr and stopped. ,OrA .r a mouths 00 a t ara 4 m . i2e" 55 K) w u u Jo 00 bb. iwrit rtBAsntB. no lo ii-jq 'h: i n v. ijiijn j PUBLISHED DAILY, THI "WEEKLY, AKD WEEKLY, BY SM...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 11 February 1858

'i c -. , Qgpiile Patriot: r - . " , IrzI DAILY $8 : TBI-WEEX1T ti : WESZLY $3. .IT., - rsov ah cjlVlrxv, Anuumr caxt, iu r. wm, SSI1TU, CAMP A- CO., ., , . norioRORs. W. HY. SMITH, wilbuTt. ; IRA. F. JONES, J , Office, Ifo. 16, "Detaderlck Street. THTJESDAY, JZESUABY, 11, 188. Xh ladles OToant Veruou A ela tion. "We lay before the readera of the "Patriot, this morning, a portion of a publication re cently made by the "SouUiern Matron," amirr whose auspices the Ladies of the Union are exerting themselves to secure the means to purchase the home and grave of Washington. We hope no one will fail to read it. We also publish a bill, upon the subject, which in now pending in the Legislature of Virginia. Should this bill become a law, the purchase will be immediately made by the Slate, and the estate held by her until the Ladies have procured the sum necessary to make it .their " own on the conditions proposed by Mr. Wakh itOTQN. The sura necessary to complete the purchase is $200,000 a l...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 11 February 1858

THURSDAY XDSamra, TESBUAiT It, 1S58. KotK-e rruitlriit AdtrnWfu. " All transient advertisements in this ffmr must be i . .jtnid for at the lime they ere hainted In otherwise r they will not be inserted. - TrattnctA Jbfc Work nnil be paid far on delivery. " " The combined circulation of lb Daily anil Trl-Week-i ' ly ediUona of the Patriot lu !h city, and in the Bec kon of country trading vtfth Nashville, ia greater than that of any other paper tn Uie city. AU advertisements ars inserted iu tx Ut ediioos hence lite Patkiot is the best ad vertaing medium. ' Theatre. The entertainments tonight are the "Irish Emigrant," "Working the Oracle," and the "Widora of Palermo." Mr. and Mrs. Flork.vck eurtain t!ie loading cbracten. The engagement of thin popular couple closes Saturdaj night. The "Watsox IIovse, We would call atten tion to the advertisement of this Hotel, in to flay's Patriot. It Lm recently beenopenrf by Mr. Watson, late of Sumner county, and is admirably kept. As good a dinner c...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 11 February 1858

HBJ1a"i-A.!-l.' JJtslT 4 Cincinnati. I li itsnwnff. 3. ransportQtion.T 4 ft c II . a th 111 th of CI M, da I let I- Illu in Itnl 1 1 rat hi St hi 3. In 1 a e i e It J E 1 F F is T ; d d P P' IT! :10 N id Tl .1 ) ,d, HI. t r r fan It Aj i J to at re Va cit Great .llargalns , Tor Caslit TXE have on hand a very larg e and elegant stock of FI ArLK AND TAXCY fcOOBS, that we are ofler ng at very low priori for cash. 0t stock of lOtt1 l( S ;EILKS is rery large and eomjil-to.crjiisiatifeg in. part of Elegant Robes-ii-O'illle; , " . Flounced SM!m; " ? " Bayadere " . . " Plaid " ' ,' TjcI Eat In Striped and Plaid Poplins at very low Wan a large and el.-gant assortment of rich Moire. t ; Antiques, bought tn Job, and will be sold greatly Jess t than Importers cost, with a full lino of beHt makes of, Black Silks, very low for cash. y. A. U J. G. M. LFLIaND. ' . . t TJnrarrent Money at Par. IVyvill take all "Fre Bonk" money, Oroee, Pbel T Viyville, Lawrenecburg. ami Band ridge nt oar, forools. W ...

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