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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 19 April 1858

RATES OF ADVE11TISLNG. itnsljuillc patriot. A.TR f -m ion ok ixbs to ooxsTrrrrs i eoranx. ) One bquar 1 day, $ 1 00 each ad'al insertion 9 69 1 weelc, s oo each addit al a-jvuira 1 M " " 9 weeks, 4 50 " " " tW " " . mouth, 6 00 " " 00 : i months 00 , : 4 M m t 12 00 '' 4 ( 00 " 6 " 18 fK " 00 12 5 " .M i ' 10 00 KZXra-ABLS AT KXASTKIU xeiijis : Haily, per annum, $S CO Tri-Weekly, per aunutn, 5 00 Weekly, per annum, 3 00 One Weekly tor two years, or two Weeklies fur one year, in advance, 5 00 When the i'aiiy, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly is to be discontinued ( raid in advance ut the time subscribed Tor), the subscriber ma.it order, otherwise it will be continued, at our option, until -aid Tor and oped. If not paid, it must be jpuid at tlie t:me of discontinu ance, or at our option. II Uie i-arty is good, it will be sent until paid. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at our rift. PUBLISUED DAILY, TEI-AVE2KLY, AND WEEKLY, BY SlIITH, CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEADEItICK STREET. One S...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 19 April 1858

1 IAIXT (8: lEIVWEIBLY 5: STEELY t3. snini, camp & co., MnPenrroRS. W. II Y. SMITH ft IRA P. JONES, J JSUiior. Office, S. 16, Beaderlck Street. MONDAY,. APRIL 19, 1858. Tlie Speech of Cen. ZoIIlcofTer. We lay before onr-readers to-day the apeeh of Gen. Zolucoffkr, the representative of this District in Coneres. oa the admission of Kaunas. Ha has grouped the main facta of the Kaoeas history with remarkable clear&ess and force, and t-hown in contra ft the grounds occupied by the friends and opponents of ad miion. He has taken a comprehensive, yet concise view of the entire question, and pre sented the most cogent and sharply defined reasons for his course, that we hirre a -en from any of the friends of admiwion. His nru m nU will bear the teet of t'rae and reflation, and must prevail if the .viriinviit is to be administered upon the priutipl' of justice equality and observance of law, la'd down in the Federal Constitution, for the guidance both of the Stales and the citizens. ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 19 April 1858

NASHVILLE: Steamboat & liioer lie 5. p9 Crlfflrapt). QtommerciaL M05DA.Y MORNING, APEIL 19, 1858. A copy of the able speech delivered ly Dr. W. K. Bowmnq, before the Grand Lodge of Tennessee. I. O. O. F, on. the 15th int-t., has been laid upon our table. The corporation hands have been tome time :.t work, cleaning and repairing the Mrvt-t , and we are glad to fee, are making tome progress in that much needed work. We note that our friend William Lelllttt has taken charge of the Local and Comrj Trial Diparlm- ntsof the-')iy News."' The -'hction is an excellent one. He will disci, rge hi.'' responi-ible duiieH with pr-jCt to Lis re. i lers and honor to hinwlf. The Tiiachek Hoi hk. We are gratified to l.-arn lhat the Thacheb House" of pleonant memory, in McMinnville, is about to be op ned f r th Summer, under the auspices of Col. 13. J. IIili the late worthy Senator from Warren. Thj "Erj," informs ua that the hotel in lieing refitted and rearranged from ground-U'r to garret ; the f...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 19 April 1858

Prt) .(Soote, etc. .Cincinnati. (BxQ(txUsftti. ' !DI)olc5alc (Drofetics Cronspartation. tire at ttargaliis Tor Caslit "T T J t: have on hand a xrry larpe and elepant stuck of V STAPLE AND FANCY GOOD", that wo are ofTer np af Tery low prices for caidi. Our srnck of PRESS f tt ita is very birfra an1 complete, contiiatiug in part of i- Bezant Robes-a-QuiTTa - " Floonccd Pilka; 2a Favadcre " " Plaid " Hich Satin Striped and Flaid ropling at Tory low pr?ce. With a larire and elcpant assortment of rich Moire Antique. beht in Job. and will he aoM preatly lw I in importers eoet. with a full line of best makes of black Silke, very low for rash ' . W. A. k 3. G. McCXIT LAND. Tneorrent Monev at Par. ttf wm take all "Free Rank" miner. Ocoea, She. W bvville, Lawrenceburp.and Pa nH rid pa, nt par, for eoods. W. A. A- J. G. MrCLELLAND. y. P. A we Intend doing an exclusive each busi les this year, we will elope out our present Ntock at tumrecented low price fur ra?h. jacCi tf A. 4 J. O. MrC. It. 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. — 20 April 1858

1 , . i r , ItATES QF, ADVKltTlSlIVG,t . i ! Itosljiiille patriot j, t i i tTa 'lxxn as uai to oonmiit im a iaclm. ' One Square 1 day, 1 00 each ad aJ iukertion 6 " . 1 week, S 00 each addit si So Pare 1 19 2 weeks, 4 60 month, 6 00 ' a tnootht 00 I ' 12 00 & 00 12 " ti 00 m oo : m " oo " - 00 r 10 00 TEKilISt oily, per annum, , $g 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum, 600 Weekly, per annum, 3 00 . Ons Weekly lor two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in alvauce, 6 00 When the Laiiy, Tri-Weekly , or Weekly is b be ("iscon tinned (atid tit advance at tlie time subscribed for), the subscriber nmst or'ter, otherwise it will be nmiinued, at our option, until paid (or and shipped. II not paid, it must be paid at the time of discontinu ance, or at our option. II the party is good, it will be sent unui paid. Kemiuances by mail, in " registered" letters, at oar risk. KExrtraBu aT rixan-nB. . PUBLISUED DAILY, THI-"VEEKLY, AND WEEKLY, BY SMITH, CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEADERICK STREET. One ?insr, on...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 20 April 1858

t - tehmllilMrtot I AILY tt: TILTWEEKLY tbt "WEEKLY-t3. SHITII, GANP & CO., niOPKTirTORS. W.HY. SMITH, IRA P. JONES. f Editors Ofilce, No. 16, IJeadr-rlcU tre-rt. TUESDAY,. APRIL 20. 1858. r Kansas Affairs. The Atchison correspondent of the St. Louis JUpuUiean, in a letter datpd the 7th itmt., thus refers to the state of feeling there on the eub 'ject of admission: The ttmegle t 'Waphinjrfon over the Le compton Constitution bap cepsed to rnuw any nfation or alarm in Kana. Whothr-r it pawws or not, lhfre will b no war in the Ter "ritory. If if paw. th" Rt--t will ho orpan izpd pacpa''ly nnil'T it: if rf?rt"d. in course f of time a now Convention will apwmH and make another one and f-end it up. But all ' will be don fi'ii'-ily. Th day has paswil for political trickfitera to dcc iv the people of Kanaaaand engage them in a civil war. True, there are some, lft who have no intorotU in : the welfare of the country, and never expect to have, who would like to we utrife inau gurated, "o ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 20 April 1858

NASHVILLE: TUESDAY MCEiniJO,-...."...APEIL20,1858. New Exoixe. We dropped into Broad Street Fire Company's Engine Honse yester day, and took a pwp at tlie ucw fire Engiue, which Las just been received by that compa ny. It waa built at Pawtucket, R. I., by AV. Jekfebs L Co., and is designed to throw four streams of water at the fame time, if nece?a ry. It is at once the most Fubstantial and most powerful machine attached to our Fire Department; wbib-t it has no mean preten sions to elegance and beauty, every portion of it b iug fiiiihhid iu good tate. Nothing tawdy. nothing gayish, not a bit of tinsel, is to be. ! -tected amongst its chaste and appro priate ornaments. It is called Cunqurortn and, we doubt not, in the future history of the city, whenever a fire occurs, it will approve itself worthy of the cognomen. The coi-t of this machine was S2..100. The Tiro's urny well be proud of their " new pet" We hope soon to s-e a trial of its powers. FiRE.-About 2 o'clock, A.M., yesterday, ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 20 April 1858

prt? (5oohf tie. Cincinnati; . Jmiiflists. roffrifs, fir. $0tfl5, &f. Cran5)0rtati0n. V: Great Uargalits Tor Casli. WE hare on hand a Tery larre and elegant tork of STAPLE AND FANCY COOPS, tliat ws ara offer nc at Tery low prtcea for rush. Oiir euk of IlRKSS EiLkS la vary larjre and complete, consisting in part of f - Elegant Robes-a-OuilIe. ' " Flounced Silks; Eayadera . " Pl.iid " v Rich Satin Striped anl Plaid Poplins at rery low Wrth a Tarpe and elcimnt assortment of rich Voire Antique, nought in job. and will he sold frre.itlr lea than imnnru rs cost, with a full line or beat makes of Bck Silica rerylow McCLEJ LAND. f ' . Tacurrent Money at Par.- - W- F will Like all "Frea Rank" mM, Oeoee, Phel nvrltle, Lawrerrrbttrp, and Psndr;'r t w, for rood.. W. A. J. fi. MefLFIXAyn. jf rt A we intend doins; an exclusive cash bnsl ness thia year, wa will elosa o'H tmr present stock at 1W ,0r Ch W. A. J. G. McC. U. C.-Mc"XAIIVY-3t CO. BBCnVED THIS PAY BY EXPRESS, 1 Clf PO2- Alexander' Ki...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 21 April 1858

4444444a4Ma44....IM14...... . "'"" ? - -I -II - -I . I '-..,:: .... T : . bm n I, b,,.;., J" , , '- -,,..-,,.,3 -f.nnm... i --..rtrrtrtt . ,:.u. .. ; , - - , ...... , - .mm, RATES of rjvr.nTTsixfsl t' One fcqur 1 day, I 00 each ad al uuteruon i1y,rr annum,. . $l 00 Tr.-Ueekly.peraunani, 500 Weekly, per aauum, 3 00 One Weekly for two years, or two Wiikhos for one vear in mleu.o-a 1 k, S each addit aliuar I to L woek m i---vaoo BlODlh, 0 00 M U I (jQ 44 1 tuimihs 0 00 "" -4 60 " " .-t . uco : i i too " is oo " " 00 " " 12 " oo . " u It 00 ' ............. 13 ' " , When the Patly, Tri Weekly, or Weekly is hi be discontinued (isiai in advance at the time subscribed lor), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be coliltniirMl fit i.ii..). ......I r PUBLISHED DAILY, TIU-WEEKLY, AKD WEEKLY, ;Br.SMITir, CAMP & CO., NO. 18 DEADEKICK STREET. Une Square, on jrr. $30 each addnUiaal (qnart f 10 -. , .f .., ,wr jjn ntoplH',.1. IT flOt n:li(l if rt.ncl hu i ... iH tt.. : . y - " I j ' m.....

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 21 April 1858

rr .ig'jg-fmmJiJJBUJWgHMi 5" DAILY $8 : TBI-WEEELT 5 : WEEKLY $3. S3I1XJI, CAMP Ac CO., rROPItnTrolU. - ' ; IRA P. JONES ' ' mre, Hfo 16, Ueaderlck street. -WEDNESDAY,--- APETL 21, 1858. Tle I'ew Orleans, Jekon and Great . Northern Ballroad 'ahTille aa "Focal Point.'. There ia a spirited contest now going on between the State of Mit-si-eippi, the city of New Orleans, and a few of the iudividaal itockholders on the one hand, and the State of Louisiana and the majority of individual stockholders on the other, on the question of stopping their enterprise at Canton, the latter taking the affirmative,' and the former the negative. The original charter of the com pany by the States of Louisiana and Miseia Kippi, both of which have stock in the road, contemplated the building of the road from New Orleans to Jackson, and thence through the State of Mississippi, by way of Aberdeen, to some point on the Teiinehiee river, in the neighborhood of Ttincunibia, Alabama, with a view of connecting a...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 21 April 1858

a NASHVILLE "WEDNESDAY KOENHTO,-. -APEIL 21, 1858. JF3f We are indebted to lion. F. K. Zoixr coffkr and Hon. John Bkli, for valuable public documents. " jWe are indeed to Mr. J. M. Smith. clerk of the Sallie Writ, for late St Louis papers. , CoTros Mantfactcred in a State Prison. The Wt mail from TVxas informs u that the introductioa of cottoa manufactures into the State Penitentiary lias proved vt-rr sati fictory. The ra'lls no tura out from ten to " twelve thousand yanh per wet k. ,. The Hons. Tiio-?. L. Andkksox and S. 1L Wooiwov, from the 2n and 5th Congres sional Di-trk-ta of ML-souri. elected as Ameri cauH, and both friends of the adml-Mon of KanKiH und(T the Lecompton constitution, Lave declared themelvts candidates for rt. tl.ction. jTf Mr. P.?s lit! hi daugLt.r came running to h r aunt one day, eayinjr, "Aunt Kat.-! aunt Kate! little Mattie has swallowed a button !"' S-i'tnsj li'-r terror, her aunt calmly r'-jilied, .Wll, what good will that do her?" S lid the child, very n...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 21 April 1858

CCtncinnatu ..pmgsi5!s.': Eran5p0rtati0nl HJIjalesale (DrcfcricSa Great Itargains Tor CasUt WE have on hnd a very largs and elegant gtock of STAPLE AND FANCY COOP, that we are nm-r-ng at very low prices for cash. Our stock of PRESS EILS3 is rery large ami complete, consisting In part of Elegant Robes-a-tjuillo " Financed Pilks; Bayadere " f I : " ! ' Plaid '! 41 ' " - ' ' Blch Satin Striped and Plaid Foplin at very low pries. ' With a 1arp9 and elegant assortment of rich Moire A tkion, bought In Job, and will bo sold greatly lew had importers cost, with a full line of best makes of Black Silks, rerr low for cash W. A. & J. G. McCLEI LAND. " .Tnciirrent Money at Par. . . TTTE will take all "Free Bank" money, Ocoee.Shel VV bvville, Lawrenceburg. and Itandrldge at par, for goods. W. A. J. C. McCLFLLANP.. N. B. Aa we intend doing an exclusive cash busi ness this Tear, wwill close out our present stock at oopreeented low prices for cash. JanC5 ti VT. A. k. J. G. McC. H. C. MAIWY fc C...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 22 April 1858

i - 4 i ' ' llasljuillc patriot. TERMS) . Daily, per annum, . $,, 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum, ...".. 6 00 . Weekly , pur annum, , 3 00 One Weekly lor two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance 6 00 When the 1-aily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly is to be nigcvutinuau- (tiu in advance at the time aubacr. bed for), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be continued, al .mr nitioD, until paid fur and skinned U nut paid, it mwi be ud at the tune of discontinu ance, or at our option. If the party la good, it will be cut uuiii im.ni. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at our riri,. f. business Carta. W. A. JOIIASO.X Si. CO., COTTON FACTORS, AND Commission Merchants, 27 CARONLLLET fcTKKLT, nkiv iti.K...s. sp s. R. T. FlaRMIIVG,- 11 O 13 H 1 sic;: AND Ornamental Painter, 63 Union Street, NASHVILLE, (Between Cherry and Summer streets. ITS" Orders from the country promptly attended to. May a; tf II. B. HaYXES. a. J. LVU3. II. II. IIAYM1S & CO., AGENTS FOK THE Porchise and...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 22 April 1858

155 in : t j 3 t-i C-i 4 iQsljuillePotriot. DAILY 18: TEl-WEEkLY $5: "WEEKLY t3. SimXII, CAMP co TtnrxrrrroKM. " IRA P. JOKES, t rrie, W. 16. madeMcU fftreet. V ' - THTTKSD AY, . APRIL 22, 1858. Commerce r the r Alted State. '' TVe have carefully condensed the following T'" ' ' .:,.,. iko FnttiA Statpa for commercial 8iaiuuii ..... . , the" Tear ending June 30th, 1857, from the official Report of the Secretary of the Trea. urr. made to the present Congress. rr-r . The number of vessels entering the ports of I (J the. United State were 22,328, with a tonnage " of 7.186,316,-and crews' numbering 277,859 men and 2,073 boys. Of which 11,304 veiwls were American, with a tonnage of 4.721,370 Z-vhile there' were 11,024 Foreign vessels ' 'with a tonnage of only 2.461.946 showing that while the number of home and foreign I Teessla were nearly equal, the former' carried a tonnage nearly double the latter. The number of vessels cleared were: Amer ican 11,134, with a tonnage of 4.580,651; and f...

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 April 1858

ft,,. H'Y I I7J7ET THTTESDAT KO-USTSG, ..... APEIL 22, 1858. Pleasure - Extnrxlon - on the I'pper t. - JTIlMiMaippi. - - We umlerf tand that it is iu contem plation Ly Capt Coubett, f the steamer Saliie He?, to make a pliure excursion up the iliineippi river, sus fur an the Falls of St. Anthony ,the ensuing mmiutT, provided he cau obtain passengers enough, to make the trip interesting. We know no reaou why this condition should stand in the way of the eu tTii'Le. as we have no doubt but that there are more thaa enough ot our citizens, who' .'- would gladly avail themselves of the oppor- tuuiij, to make up the trip. It would be one of the mofct refreshing punnm r tours that our : people could make. It would occupy from 1 f jur to five weeks, and Ire an adiniiaOle op . portmiily lor our staid and 8obcr-6id:d citi "'. rt-uu to take th ir wives and daughters on a visit to the moat rouiautic region of the YtL The scenery of the upper ilii--ip. i has been detml worthy of the pencil, the i...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 22 April 1858

(Cincinnati. (Droff ric5 r tr. lUljoifsalf (Droffrif5. ' ijotrls, f. Cronspnrtafion. .a v.. . Great Wargalns Tor Casli! WE JT hd rerT hwge and elegant stock of STAPLE AND FANCY POODS, that we ara offer-t- T,rT low P"6 for cash. Our stock of DRESS 3 tU.Kn Is rery large and complete , consisting- In part of Elegant Robes-a-Qnilio " Flounced Silks ; , , Bayadere " iv . : . " Plaid - .-. , Bteh Eatla Striped and Plaid Poplins at rery low price. - , With s large and elegant assortment of rich Mntre r .Antiques, bought in job, and will he sold greatly less haa importers cost, with a full litis of best makes of Black Silks, very low for cash " T T , A. J. O..MqrxnLA?D. : : - TTncTarrent Money at Par. TTTF will take all "Free Bank" money , Ocoee. SShel- W byville, Lawrencebarg, and Pandrirtge at par. for goods. . W. A. At J. G. JIcTXELLAND. V. B. Al w intend doing an exclusive cash busi Bess this year, we will close tit our present stock at wprerented low prices fur cash. Jan26 tf . . ., W....

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 23 April 1858

HATES OF ADVERTISING. . . , . , -. - ( tu Lnss oa ues to oojfim ts a socaaa. ) - -One Square I day, S 1 00 each ad al Insertion $ If " 44 X week, - S 00 each addtt'al square 1 M " 2 weeks, 4 M " J OS " 1 month, OS " S 00 - j mouiha 8 00 " " 4 aS 44 " I " 12 00 44 -a " at u t u II M ' " " tOO 44 12 . " i l U 44 l aa ajcrrwABi ai riaiiva. One Pquare, one year, S30 each additional square fid Written notice must be given to lake out and stop ad vertisements of yearly advertisers before the year ex mrea, otherwise we shall rharge till done. Nucoutract of yearly ad vortioeaienla will be dieeen wed w.-out previoue notice lo aa, nor will any chugs 00 made for less Uian one year at the yearly rates. - AdTertissrs exeooding ths spsxs eontraet sd for will bo charred for taa excess. J TISItiriMt Mjr, per annum, $ 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum, (00 Weekly, per annum, 3 00 One Weekly fur two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, ft 00 When the laily, Tri-Weokly, or Weekly to to be dwcoiiLuu...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 23 April 1858

!I(i!)DillelQtnot. I AlXY t8 : T1-"WXILY U : "ft EtKLY 3. J SMITH, CAMP 4c CO., t- FBOPHtrroM. "I.' W.HY. SMITH, Ijxi, IRA P. JOXftS , Office, No. 16, Peaderlck ySIDAT, APETL 23, 1858. IVew, Orleans and Irliaalaalppl Rati K road. New Obleaxs, April 20. Some conMdera ble "excitement baa prevailed bcre among thov; Director in ibe New Orleans, Jackson aad great Northern Baiiroad Company who are oppjsed to any ext-maon of the road beyond jiton, and thotv who are In favor of exfc-ud-iug the road to Aberdeen, Mies. The que stion was determined yoterday by the election of a Board of Directors, a majority of whom are In favor of the extenxion. Gov. Mc Willie, of Jlisg.; Mayor Waterman of thin city, and oth ers were warmly in favor of the extension. The above is the announcement of a fact, which twe apprehended would come to paw, aud to which we alluded a few days ago.- The extension party have triumphed, and this great work will be speedily continued from Canton to Aberdeen, Mississippi. Th...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 23 April 1858

-in NASHVILLE MOEJTES'G,. ..APRIL 23,1858. Eablt Aiuoirxmext ok Conokess. It may have Waptd the olworralion of the readers of Congrewional news by Ulegi tqiri, that llh lIoue of ConRret-s bave rmlvwl to adjourn on the 7th of June. Thev have to resolvid. Trains Rrxxixa Thhoigh the Eixk Ridoe TcyxEi- The passongcr tram on the Central Railroad for Stanton, ran through the Blue Ride Tuunel Tuewl.iy, and hereafter the trains on the road will run through it regularly- The ' SwtJitrn HmexttnA"' for the cur rent wet-k i upn our table, looking an Irish and gay a a rosy May morning. It is a cap ital nuralcr; every 4-niare" of it being wull fillcd. We are proud to sjc it going ahmd no bravely. Again wefcay no Southern readi-r ought to go without "Tlit llunieittad." jjaar The Supreme Court of California has tendered a d ch-iou adversj to iheiaunsUof John C. Fr. incut in the mutter of his right to the gold taken from hw land in Maripotwi county. JoHN-hna a hard tim; of it with that Mari p a, gol...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 23 April 1858

(Cinrinnati. prhflgtsfs. rnrcrifii, rfr $005, St)0t$t f. (Eronspartatinn. prg (Boobs, rth Great Wargalns Top Cash! WE hare on band venr larjr and decant stock of STAP IJ AND FANCY ftOoIW, llial we are offer er at very low prices for each. Our stock of DWSS SILKS U very large and complete, consisting in part of Eletmnt Robes-a-Onille Financed) Silica; ; . " . t ' ' Bayadere " - Plaid " Rich Satin Striped and Flaid Poplins at very low price. With lars nd elegant assortment of rich Moire Antiques, bought in job. and will be sold greatly lean ( han importers crmt. with a full line of bwt makes of BUck Silks, Tei7 low for cash .'-,' W. A. J. G. MeCLFJLAND. TTncurrent Money at Par. TtTT. will take all "Free Bank" money. Oeoee, f-hel-. brville. Lawrenreburgr, and rvtndrife at par, for foods. XT- A. k J. G. McCLFJ-LANP. X. B- An we intend doing an exclusive cash busi ness thia year, we will clone out our present stock at anprerentod low price for cash. Jan2i tf W. A k J. G. MoC. H. C. McAll...

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