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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 April 1858

llflsljuillc patriot. 2 weeks, 4 40 month, 6 DO . tnonUi 8 00 TEItnSt '7i P" annum, $, 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum, 5 00 Weekly, -r annum, 3 00 One Weekly lor two yearn, or two Weeklies for oue year, in advance, 5 00 When ilia iaily, ri-Weekly, or Weekly te tube discontinued (paid in advance at the t.me subscribed for), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be continued, at our i Urn, until laid for and stooped. 11 not id, it uiimt be taiJ at the time of discontinu ance, or at uur option. If U le party ta good, n will be rot until paid. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at our risk. " " I " 12 00 u " 6 18 00 44 Ai 4, - -6 oo arvrwaaia ar ruuKritr. One Square, one rear, t M aach addit anal aqua re $10 W ruten notice must be given to take out and atop ad vertisements of yearly advertisers before the year ex pire, otherwise "we shall charga till done. No contract ,r yearly ad vertiaeatecu will be dwooa ttn'il w.U.out previous notice to ua.nor w Uiany chars, be made for...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 April 1858

IS Hosljbillc patriot. DAILY t8: TRI-WEEZLY ti: WEEKLY t3. iniTII, CAMP 4c CO., rROMrPTOBS. W.ITY. SMITH, ) EdiLort. IRA P. JONES, I""0"- Office, No. 16, Ueaderlck ftreet. TUESDAY,. APRIL 13. 1858. Hew they Regard It. "We have contended that the real issu in the controversy about the Rdmiesion of Kansas, o far as the Northern opponents of the Le c jmpton constitution were interested, was the creation of another slave State. In this view we are sustained by debutes in Congress, and by republican presses. Immediately upon the defeat of the constitution in the House, the Washington correfpondent of the Albany Journal (Thcblow Weed's paper) wrote as fullowg : Of the many reflections some frrare, and some joyous which naturally lead to the point of my pen, I have no time to make note now. I will not forbear, however, to record here, that from thin hour we may look for the rapid decadence of the t-lave power of thin rt public. The victory of to-day, though it be vastly important in its im...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 April 1858

NASHVILLE: TUESDAY HOSHIKO,.-- APEIL 13, 1858. Blaciwood for March, and the Eclectic for April, hava beon rrceived, and both sustain their high reputation. The former ia filled with its usual " q-iantum " of good reading. Besides the continuation of Ei i-wek' 44 What vt he do with it!" we Lave three other most interesting articles, viz : 44 Zanzibar ; or, two months in Eit Africa,'' " Food and Drink,' and " Ciiriwities of Natural H'u-tory." But the "Eclectic" is even richer-than usual. The one pctorial tmbellh-bment of the numlitr is two portraits in one plate, re presentations in Mr.fiAKT.us'a In st mezzotint, of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Wii.uak. ovr who6e late marriage the papers of both con tinents have been going into ccfet;isies. If the "royal pair' resemble these portraits, they are a very good-lot king couple, though we have seen hundndn of pretti r girls in Amer ica than the model Princt m. Vkttr.u,Adi laid.', ic., and among our young d-t-p-cytd, and dark-lxardtd Southron 44 w...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 April 1858

I i prcrtonj. Cinnnnolie grmigistee Q5r0ffric5, dev, hotels, &f. (Eranspnriifion. GoTcrcment of toe United States- The Executive. 3 Am Brau.iA,of TtL.tPreniJent f the V. 8taUt'k Sons C. BEZCxKnaDulc, of Ky., Fice I'residenL) The Cabinet. Lx-T Cass-, of Michigan, Secretary rfSUite. .. Howni Cora, of Georgia, Serretary ef the Trennny. IaajlC Tororr, of Connerticct. Serretary if the -Vary. Job B. Flrrn, of Tirriiiia, Secretary f H'ar.' Jkrexmh II. Bun, of penn., Attmuy General. 3xerm Tnmtmrx, of Mire. , Serrrtnry rtf t he fntmnr. sUkox V. Brott, of Tenn., fctmajter General. " The Jndlrlary. COCRT OF THE fVITFP fTATTS. Focn P. Tisnrf. of MaryUnil, rhk-f Jnirtk-e. Jnmt yrf.wr, of Ohio, Associate Justice. JWR V. VFatxt, of Georgia, " Jowx A. OaJC'Wt, of Ala., " Jonx rTRojr, of Tennwwf, " " Ps-nte V. Pjttct, of Virginia. " 5jto. Vt, nf Vnr Turk, " " RnmwT C. Germ, of Penn., " - ViJthax rtirrwr.. of Main, " " The salary of the President is 9".nnn P" annum that "f the Vice Presi-'ent $"....

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 14 April 1858

3f linsljuillc patriot 11ATK& OFAD VIOITI SIX C. ( Tts lixm sji xaaa tu o.SKrrfTTS a arJTB. 1 VI L 1 . BOTE 11 One square 1 cy, 1 et, srh aJ'al Uui Uon $ M s weadt, S I. neb aad.l ai square 1 o " " I weak., (tf - - t OO caobth, 6 IO " - " j i 1 ' 1 BMinths U " -' m 4 m I ' . J, M 12 QQ 4 -- M- 00 1 " t " is oo " ce i "li " La 00 " " u 10 U0 ' SXrEWAMia AT M IAST-I1. TEH 31 St Daily, per annum, $S 00 ' Tri-Weekly, per annum, '. 6 00 Weekly, per annum, ...... 3 00 - One Weekly tor two year, or two Weeklies for oue year, in advance, S 00 When the laily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly is tube discontinued (paid in advance at the t.rae w.bwribil for), the subscriber mm order, otherwise it will be contained, at our opta-n, until id for anil et-nie-. 11 not pai1 , it mnit be iid ut the tdne of discontinu ance, fir at our option. If the pai ty is good, it will be sent ititii irt. Xemittauces by mail, in " registered" letters, at our ria. a." PUBLISHED 'DAILY, TRIWEEKLY, AND WEEKLY. IJY SMITH, CA...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 14 April 1858

la Mjirillf Patriot. DAILY $8 : TEI-WEEKLT $5 : "WEEKLY 3. SKIITH, CAMP Ac CO., PROHrirroKS. IRA P. JONES. Office, No. 16, Beaderlck Street. WEDNESDAY, ....... APBTL 14, 1858. Railroad Celebration. As the East Tennereee and Virginia Rail road nears completion, the proposition to have a celebration to commemorate the event U urged. We add our voice to that of the East Tennessee press in sustaining the proposition, and rejoice to know that so soon as the 1st of Jane next, the lant link will be laid in the great chain that shall bind the hearts and in terests of the Northeast end the Southwest "We hope the movers in this great pstgi-ant will leave no means untried to make the cele bration general. The union of two great powers, like thes-?, should call firth a general display, coextensive with their respective pow ers. What a sight it will afford, to see borne on the flying wheels of the locomotive, rep resentatives from the commercial throngs of t'je Eut, ha-ting to meet their brother...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 14 April 1858

j 1 1 Ml i NASHVILLE: "WEDNESDAY JIOENOG, . . . -APRIL 14, 1858. Correspondence. la a business nole to .thia office, dated Waynesboro, March 29 th, eays: Ihal written to you to discontinue my paper, but I find it so useful as a business pap r (or rather for a business man) that I cannot conveniently dirp.;nse with it. I pend you enclosed the money for its continuance." Watering the Strkkts. At an adjourned meeting of the Board yetterOay afternoon, tbe question of i-priukTing the streets w as brought up, discussed, and a bill and resolu tion was introduced, and referred to u select commHtee, cons'n-ting of AM. Ilaile, Fisher and Ware, who arc to nport on the subject at the next meeting of the Doard. To tbe Surviving Officer and Soldier OK THE WAR OK 1S12, AND OF THE SEMINOLE CAMPAIGN AND FI-OKIDA WAR. In the contemplate d p.irude ai.d celebration on May-day, at NaMivill , you are carnally solicited to p irticipate. and will be entitled to an ho lorable po -ition in the proraratne. If...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 14 April 1858

SI ;! roffrir5, cfr. CranapnrtatiDne (linrinnali. o (I . ; prg (Scobs,-rlf. - Uveal Uarjsains for Cas.i. "' ' 7 E bare m hand a verv large and elegant stoc.lt of "VV fTAPI-EAXnFAXCVUOons. that we are rrer njt at very low price for cash. Our mock of DRESS SILKS la very large and complete, consisting in part of i' Elegant Rnbes-a Quille " Flounced Silks; V Bavadere " ' Plaid " Rich Satin Striped and Haid Poplina at yry low f, price. ..., With a Urge and elegant assortment of rich Moire j, Antine, bought in job. and vill he Bold greatly lesa ' than hnnorfcra c st, with a fall line of best make of ' Black SUks. very low for rash W. A. A J. G. McTTEJ LAND. ' TJncnrrent Money at Par. - tTTF will take all "Free Bank" money, Ocoee, Fhel 1 W brrille, Lawrencebnrjr, and Pandrice at par, for gooda. W. A. J. G. McTLFLLA N P. 1 - , , N. R A we Intend douig an exclusive cash busi- . Bean tbia year, we will close ort our present stock at nnrerented fuw pricea Tor cash. - - lan:5 tf W. A. t J. G. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 April 1858

C a ttV 0 4 11ATKS OF ADVKlvS llnsljttillf Patriot: I nor u vxa oa tsvai tv AMNtTTrrrs a s One cans -e 1 oay, a 1 is. each ad'ai lutei boa i " 1 week, a tx each aduA'ai square 1 " " S weeks, 4 bit " t 06 - " - montii, IMr, 1 ia " I months 0 00 ' ' tt " 4 M " - i H 00 tt i tt tt is) ti . 4 . ja w t ,. . , a , . to " " 12 it 00 ' ' " jo CO SSMWtM K iT M KJUA t r. One Pqnare, one year, $ai each auk a si al ar.wre $1 Writtea unt-oe must be g.v et to take ot I anu tu at ve. tiacmeiiU of ) early a-ve. tia.it bt-loie the jrearea pires, i thet w ise we shall chai Re till Cailie. -. , No contra et nf vearlr a ' vertst-mei ts e til be disc a. TEUJISj Paily, per annum, $H 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum a 00 Weekly, per annum, 3 00 One Weekly fr two yea. s, or two Weeklies fur one year, In advance, 6 00 Wheu tUe i Mil) , trl-Weekly, r Weekly is tube discontinued (iid lu advance, ul the t me s.ih.scr.biil for), the si bsciiber meat order, ilheiwam it will be mot.nced, at our ot.mi, " t.l laid rr ami s...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 April 1858

silflsl)ullle lfitriot. : DAILY $8 : TEI-WEIIXT 5 : UIEKLY $3. t . " SirXITII, CAMP & CO., - ' frofsictobs. IRA P. JON ES. I Office, No. 16, Ueadcrl-k street. T3TO3DAY, AP2LL 13, 1858. r Precident Bcchaxax i certstinlj un pleasantly located. With a lnrze mnjority of his friends in both branches of Congrws, he Bt'll seems to be la a minority on a number of important measures. Fifft The refusal of Congress to grant troops to be sent into Kana. S-"Coadlj The repudiation of the army !n er -ae on the plan suggetted by the Secre tary of War. thirl The deeat of the Lecomptoa Con Utiiioi. Fourth The defeat of tlie .-'icm to mnke the admiwon of Minnesota a condition to the admission of Kansas. Fifth. The defeat of the Deficiency Appro priation Bill. ' ' The .TI lssislpl. The Coahoma (Mi.) Citizen gives an ao Connt of several breaks in the levees in that region. The one at Lewis Swamp, 30 miles below Friar's IViut, it ts paid will prove very disastrous to the planters in that neighborhood...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 April 1858

f o NASHVILLE: lUTJESDAY M02HIITO,......AIEI1 13, 1858. Our read.w will recollect that hikld3 ;ll8 a largo lot of poo-lf, perfect and damag J, thin morning at 10 o'clock. The highest bid J r will get each lot offered. ', gf- A called meeting of the Young Men's Cbrintian Association will lie held thin after noon, at a quart r-pai-t 5 o'clock, and evt ry : memb-.r Is earnestly requested to be in attend ance. The 12 oVlock meeting will be held to-d iy, as usual. We learn that our young friends. E. . K. Warrem and J. L. Kiuby, have been elid ed delegate, by the Typographical Union at this place, to the National Printers' Union, which meets at Chicago the first Holiday in Miy next. The ed'tor of the Springfii Id (Mass.) Repullican, having nceivtd a pretty severe communication from a Mrs. Q., oli r to l, t Mr. Q. that b will kim hU wife's hand with hrr conneut right ln.-fre his lace and eyes any duy. We sh ill watch the progress of the af fair with some interest. Steamboat & litarr He...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 April 1858

Pro (Snobs, etc. Cinrinuali. SrnjMists. (Drofcriffi, etc. liUjoifsalf rnfcrics. ..Criin0rIati0a. 4 W haven hand everv largit anit elegant stock of JTAI'LE ANP FANCY (100H3, thai we are offer ng af very low price for cash. Out stock of PRESS BILKS is very large snd complete, consisting In part of Elegant Rnbos-a-Qntlle " Fl'nnc4 fllka; - " " J? Kara-lara .. r . . -. r - riMid Rich Satin Ftriped and riaid Por.'lna at very low price.. With a Urge and elegant assortment cf rich Metre .Antiques, bought In fob. and will be. srld g."uUy leas than imoo-ter c st, with a full tins of bent makes of Black Silks, very h.w for cash W. A. it J. C, McfXn LAND. -: , : . - " : - : ' TTncurrent Money t Par.;. - 1ITF will t-ke all "Free Hank" money, (Voe. sntol-V- bvvtlle, Laerren--burgiarid FwadrVge'et -wcr, for goods. . W. A. J. G. MrCLFU.ANfl. ' N. R As we intend doing an exclusive cuh busi ness this year, we will c1.m nut eur present stock at minrrcented low prices for caab. - t - - - n:& tf .....

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 16 April 1858

J -T7 a" Itcisljuillc patriot. RATES OP.ADVHltTlSLXGe . ( rax icrss oa Tuna 10 tmmvn a aocaax. 1 - ; Cme bqiuvre 1 day, 1 CO each ad 'al laserttoa t9 - . - 1 week, Z J each said. Pal eucare. 1 M " . S weeks. 4 no t Oft m t mouth, S 00 " . ' " " 1 montbs 00 " - n ' S " IS 00 " k 11 -aoo ' . TEIU1S t Paily, per annum, . .. IS 00 Tri-Weekly, iir annum, 6 00 Weekly, T annnm, 3 00 One Weekly tiir two years, or two Weeklies for oue year, in advance, 5 00 When tlie lily, la-Weekly, or Weekly is U be discontinued (taid in advance at the time subscribed tur),Uie subscriber must uriler, ntimrwiiie it will be continued, at our option, until paid for and stop(ied. II not paid, it niuct be paid at the time of discontinu ance, or at our otion. If the party Is good, it will be sent until tid.. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at our risk. - M " ' 4 W " i( " 8 CO 10 CO MxrwaBui ar rt-caarac PUBLISHED DAILY, TRIWEEKLY, AXD WEEKLT. BT SMITH, CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEADERICK STREET. One ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 16 April 1858

i-ti aa I 1 UnsljoillfPatriot. DAILY CSl tS: "WEEKLY $3. SMl'T II, CAMP CO., nninrmm, W. HT. SMITH, Fditart. IRA PJONkW Offlee, No. 16, Beaderlck Street. ran) at,. AFBIL 16, 1858. ' Speech of? Hon. Chan. Keadf. In to-day's Patriot we give the firrt half of Mr. Eeadt's speech on ibe admission of Kansas. We have already devoted a great deal of our "-pace to t5ie diECUgfiiona upon this abject, on both rfdes. . We Jiave all along r-gardt-d it as a question of great moment, and more so in its ulterior and future effects than in its immediate application to Kanww. We have therefore been induced to give a pretty full record of its propreBH. We hope noon to be able to announce the conclusion of the de bates, when the public mind can ntt from a subject the most irritating and dangerous to the Republic ; and when we can devote more of our time and space to matters infinitely more congenial to us and pleasing to our readers. Mr. Readt's remarks will be found calm, considerate and dignified, an...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 16 April 1858

i ---a V li v NASHVILLE: TEH) AT KOESUTG, APRIL 18, 1858. The rd-ginus awakening" continues la the churches of Nashville. Crowds, undi minished, continue to worship daily and night ly. The rushing current has nearly abeorlitd all the waters of the stream that runs toward the theatre. fg" Yesterday was one of the mot dtli ctous days that ever breath d in the tearful month of April. vComing aft r a few days of gloom and cold, it was hailed with delight hy the great million, and particularly by the gay butterflies of fashion, who sought the streets for the display of their bright plumage. Personal. We were pleased to meet on yesterday O. C. Rhea, Esq.. the racy and tal ented editor of the Russtllville Jlendd. Col. Thos. Boters editor of the Gallatin Examiner, and Mr. J as. A. Grant, one ,f the publL-bers of theClarlcville Cltronkle. We trut-t th"ir ttav in our city will be pleasant and agreeable. Closed. Mr. Sam. Rhdlebei:;kr. the "gr-at financier" for the inner man, in tiie way of goo...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 16 April 1858

pro (DnobsV etc (Cincinnati prnflflists. (Drorrrifi, etc. Ijoteli, &c. 3oots, Sljors, vif. ran5ptfrtati0!.a Great bargains Tor Caslit WE have on hand a verv large and elegant stock of STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS, that we are offer US at very low prices for cash. Our itock of DRESS BILK'S la rery large and complete, consisting in part of Elegant Robes-a-Quille " Flounced Silks; : Hi Bayadere " " Plaid " Rich Satin Striped and Flatd Poplins at very low prices. With a large Mil elegant assortment of rich Moire Antiques, bought in Job, and will be sold greatly lees than imnnrters dt. with a full line of best makes of Black Silks, rery low for cash . W. A. k 3. G. McCLEJLANn. TTncurrent Money at Par. WF will take all "Free Bank" money, Oroee, Shel byville, Lawreorebnrg.and Land ridge at par, for goods. W. A. J. C. MrCLELLANll. N. B. As we intend doing an exclusive cash bus! nera this year, we will clone out our present stock at aaprerented low prices for cash. - . . . JaaI4 tf - W. A. fc ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 17 April 1858

m ,i)i)am.wiu. sususiaa a !Ia5l)i)illf patriot! KATES OP ADVERTISING. T ( tex ii-rss oa ixsa to r-oMaTrrrrc a soraar. 1 Oca Square 1 day, 1 00 each ad'al tDseruoc $' 0 " l week, 00 aacb addit al aqnara IM ' - " t weeks, 4 60 " t M ' . i month, 6 00 M " , M v 00 " ' i Aontha 00 " " 4 M " t " 11 00 " " " CO ft " lg 00 " , . -. 8 i 12 " 26 00 " " 10 00 KXTEWaJSLE AT rLEaHTRE. JJLJ X K II 51 S t Daily, per annum, sg, 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum & 00 Weekly, per anaum, 3 00 One Wee kly fur two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advauce, 5 00 When the l"aiiy, I.-i-Weekly, or Weekly is lube discontinued (paid in advance at the time subscribed for), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be continued, at our option, until id Tor and stnpsxl. 11 not paid, it must be paid at the time of discontinu ance, or at our option. If the party is good, it will be ceul until paid. Bemittance by mail, in " registered" letters, at our rmlc , PUBLISHED DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY, BY SMITH, C...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 17 April 1858

jJasljoillc patriot. t i - ; ; AJXY ti : 1BI-WEIKLY t : "WIFELY $3. S3X1XII, CAMP & CO. ( '.. W.HT. SWTH, ) Editor. ' i Y IKA P. JONES. J -r-'""7"- Offiee, No. 16. BenderlrU Street. SATURDAY, AFBH. 17, 1853. Kansas, Constltatlonal Convention. A conrtitntional convention, po!t-n up by the Mack republicans Ira Kansas, hns just framed a conetitntion which authorises ne groea to Tot. This is the constitution which the N. Y. Post christened ia advance the 1 gally framed" constitution of Kansas, and urged republicans to vote for the Crittenden nubstitate to gain delay for its transminmon to WafhiD(rton. It is a beautiful specimen of the handicraft of Kansas abolitioni m. Iet it Le harried on to Washington. We shall thrn Bee a fluttering ia the ranks of the anti-Le-comptonites. ' The Kansas Ledger, a free-State paper, is dissatisfied with the thing. It says: It will be very consoling to all th obi tnaida and chaimbcrmails, in and alrout Law rence and Topeka, to learn that the big buck ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 17 April 1858

NASHVILLE: SATURDAY MOENUfG, AFEIL 17, 1858. Mat Festival. It is requested that all Sock-ties and Ajtocialious di.-po?d to unite ia the Celebration, should report to the Com mittee at the room of Geo. Anderson', (Post Office.) - Becoming. The spring and rummer rtjle of hats, Ut.ly introduet-d by Francisco, we think are ihe rnot auiqae and Incoming of any previous fac-bioa for a long time, and aa evidence of this we b -e them u bobbing around'' in all direction, no one prer tuning themselves fitly attired without one of his t-u-perb tiles. To-day he will have another large lot in readiness at his fashionable bazaar, No. 23 Public Square. Tub Coujxs Line. The New York Time ays:'t is quite certain, we have reason to stat, that the Collins f-teamtrs recently sold and foreclosure, and bought in by the mortgagees, will nof be reorganize d or put in line by Mr. brown Uroilfrx. A contrary impn-ssion 111 ty have gone abroad, from the circum-Unce that th':i i mint-ut hou-e had a large share o...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 17 April 1858

pro Boob$f rtr. (Cinrinnati. Srnggisfee ..CSrnrcrirsttr- Cran5p0rtation. o Great Bargains Tor Cash'. WE have on band a Tery Iarjre and elegant slock of STAPLE AND FA KCY GOOJ, that we are ofTer ng at very low prices for cash. Our stork of PRESS fflT Ka ia Tery large and complete, consisting in part of . - Elegant Robes-a-Coiile " Flounced Slits; 2fl Ravade.re . Plaid -JUcb Satis Striped and riaid Poplins at Tery low price. With a large and elegact aiwortroent of rich Moire Antiqnea, borght in Job. and will be sold greatly Ion titan importers cost, with a full line of best makes of Buck Slits, Tery low for cb t , , W. A. J. G. McCLFJ LAND. - TJnetirrent Money at Par. . Ww wTtl take all "Free Bank" money, Oeoee, Fhol bTfille, LawTencebnrfr, and Pendrii at par, for (roods. W. A. J. G. McTI.fXI.AKT. Jf. B. AS we intend doing an exclusive each busi ness this year, we will close ont our present stock at anpreeentcd low prices for cash. jjui2 tf W. A. Ic J. G. McC : II. C. McNAIRY & CO...

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