ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Nashville Patriot Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,897 items from Nashville Patriot, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,897 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 7 May 1858

A 1 i 3 . i . i i m .1 . m t RATES OF ADViaiTISIlVGv . . . r (BT UKSB OB USB tO OO.VHTJTtTS SQCAKS. ) On s fcquars 1 dsy, $ I 0G each sd'si insartioa 9 Iff 1 week, S t b addit ai SaBsrO 1 2 weeks, 4 60 month, oa k months 00 I , " 12 00 6 " 18 00 IS " 26 OO X vw m H 4 60 . CO " to i u "jo bO TEBJISi . .ly. per annum, $9 00 - .Trt-Weekly, per annum, 6 00 Weekly, p-r annum, g 00 ' One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, I 00 When the lially, Tn Weekly, or Weekly is lobe discontinued (paid in advance at the time subscribed for), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will -foe enntinned, at our option, until iaid for and stopped. If not paid, it must be id at the time of discontinu ance, or at our option. If the party m good, i will be srpt until paid. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at oar rtak. . . . sx-vrs-ABLS ar rtaasrsv. Oos Square, ons year, 130 each sddittoosl qnsrs tlO W rates notice must be given to taks sat snd stop ad vertisement o...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 7 May 1858

auspuic ptitnoi SB i TEI-"VtrEEKLY $5 : "WEEKLY $3. SillTII) CAM V A: CO., norunon. & 4 !' r. r HT: SMITH, FAtnr. Ofllee "No. 1 6, Deaderlclt Street. tbiday KOBiraro,'. MAT 7, 1858. Nashville and Bowtui Coal Compa ny.' - This company organized in this city on the 17th of last month, under a charter granted by the Legislatures of Tennessee . and Ken tacky. The mines which it in the object of the company to Work, are in Clinton county, Ky., six miles 'from the town 'of Rowena, on the Cumberland river; and underlie some 405 acres of . land. ' The strata are. on an average, three and a half feet in thkknesc "in many parts nearly fire feet. The quantity is suffi cient to give the Company employment, and to supply the amplest demand of the markets on the Cumberland, for a century to come, whilst the quality is of a very superior char acter, for all the purposes for which coal is used. Supplies of this coal have been sold in this market, and consumed in the grate, in the forge, and in ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 7 May 1858

1 I1 . 4- - . ..'.:T7, 1858. - Jfi3 Members of the press had a fair op portunity yesterday, to discover how well the larder of the St. Cloud' Hotel, of this city, is supplied, and how skillfully the culinary de partment is administered.- -At the instance of av liberal one-of onr number, a most talented, cordial and genial gentleman, the fraternity were convoked around Dr. Scott's board, and from the fact that there was no unusual forms and ceremonies all the host of his patrons faring alike we fchould imagine the convoca tion was to him unawares. But be that as it may, the dinner was everything that the mwt fastidious could have d-tsircd. The wines were of the very best brands as an evidence f which, we but ref. r to the fact, that after drinking three quart bottles, more or less, a city contemporary returned to his sanctum, and prepared a mwt lucid notice of the af fair, and kept both his feet and his dinner for the remainder of the d;iy and the further fact that he rose this morni...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 7 May 1858

h) if 1 1. TrBt-eBgr -i;!nsVr3fl,' erswr r fc3!.'' i -r t- t r 4V - ' i 1 ' ' a-. , a.H h, Itl 1) 0 1 e5 a t e 05 1:0 rc ties ---Cranspnrlation. Cinrinndtt irf!e I PraujMto.- ! ' ! .- v r a t ft. m? trs fir I cf 141 a 9 Dp fe AJ rci CC3 C.reat 'Bargains tor Cash! WI hare no band awry large and elegant Mock of STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS, that we are effer s at very JoispricM for cash. Xmr'stnek 6f DRESS r - is wry lurgsasd stxtiplete, consisting la part of , Jat RidMiss-Quille . , f4 Floutieed Silks;' ' '' - ' ' Rich petta,-? trjiwd Plast Poplins at rery low Wits a Uryr and Wo-parit egxrft meat of rich Tfoire .intlqiies, besght hi Jilb, and. will he sold .greatly leas k s importers ct, with a fujl line of bent make of Black Silks, Terr low tar cat . ..- - . XTaeamat Money Par.:--: - - - 1TTI will take all "Free Bank" money, Ocoee, SUal VV byrtlle, lAwrenreburg, and Dandridga at '-par,' for goods. W. A. ft J. O. MoH-ELLAND. SJr-ns As-ws'latmid-dolBg an erctnHrv rasTi bnnl fU tain year, wi...

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 May 1858

..... A- ' ' I - f '. " KATES OF ADITJIITI SlSGm ( Tea I ras ob li aa to eorrra a aqrASX. 1 Oaa bquare 1 day, 9 J 00 each ad'ai iaaartioa a I' " - 1 week, S Of eacbadil it alsiinara 1 M " " J weeks, 4 SO " " 1 00 " . month, S 00 - - " tOO " " i months 0 09 " - r - 4 ta " t 12 oo ." ' - " a so " " 6 " IS 00 " " " tOO "12 " 24 00 - " m m 10 00 - BJtKXWAsta at rtiAsrsa -' . ! lasljmlle )atrtot. I. t .- TEKJISt B'ly, per annum, $8 00 Tri-Weekly, pur annum, 6 00 Weekly, per annum, 3 00 One Weekly lor two years, or two Weeklies fur one year, in advance, 5 00 When the Daily, Tri-Weekly, r Weekly is to be discontinued (paid in advance at the time subscribed for), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be continued, at oar od:on, until paid for and stopped. If not paid, 'it must b paid at the time of discontinu ance, or at onr option. - if the party is good, it will be sent until paid. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at our risk. . PUBLISHED DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY, AND 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 May 1858

'! !! or( Ii'. t ru' tnf cat iar owi .1 DC i TQl tn i toljuillcptriot. I AST 18 i IBI-'WEIELY 15: VEEXlYt3. J IMITH, CAMP 6c CO.,, 1. 1 noranDM, . - t . i . IRap.J0NE.s,J2a,tor, Office, No. 16, Deaderick Street. SATUXDAT,. MAT 8. 1858. A STexlean Protectorate Tlie Monroe Hoc trine. The -civil polity of Mexico tnniMos into rains once month. It has been bo for years, and the nation Las become thoroughly demor alized. It in incorrigibly revolutionary. Ita spasms were originally about the bfart, now they extend to the extremities and pervade the entire body. Its home physicians hare failed to perform a cure, and now amiable po litical doctors from abroad propose a remedy more powerful and active, whether it Hball relieve or not. There can be no question but that Mexico has been degenerating from the fry day she was acknowledged independent of Spain, and admitted to a seat among the nations of the earth. What little capacity for Belt-government she then bad has evapo rated, until it woul...

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 May 1858

iNASHVILLE: f ATTTBDAY koBBlKG, . . . - - .MAT 8. 1858 X magnificent Knterprlae. Ve learn that a gentleman of Washington city, propoHes to have executed, by one of the first artist of the country, a wipurb steel en 'graving of the . General Conference, now In a.-6eion in this city. The aim will be to give an exact likeness of every 'member of the Conference, with the Bu-hops, both living and dead. ' This is a project worthy of the age and the d;gnifled and intellectual body in tended to be perpetuated. We should sup pose that every member and friend of the Methodist church would at once take meamirea to secure a copy of this great picture. Apart from the value of the engraving iteelf, the objjlct in view should commend the enterprise to every true South rm r. It i to build a Church in Warrington City, worthy of the M. EL Church, South. To thi every cent of the profit., after paying the cott, will be faith fully devoted. The likenesses of the minis ters, and the photographic views of...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 8 May 1858

HJljalfsnle '(Swrrtlrs. Cincinnati. : Cransportatlon. (Sr0fcrtf5 tic: I ' 1 -4 I. t f i i I Grratl.argali. Tor Was.. A WE have oa hHrnWtn4wtM r-f STAM.K AM FA VTt thM w are p"-r- ac at fety low prft fur Onr Mor of rVS SILKS m very tsrr aM tw.Wfinlsiiin in purl of t e Pi; Rick 9mm at tm t-mn t Bncaa. With & Urr M sBr,4 i Voir Antinca. hoA to JnK. rrea'l.v haa inmifn Ml 44T aest aiakea of BSac fejaa, vsry Km fr . . T . , , . C. A J. . MoCLFJ LAND. t trnnuTat Money at Par. ITTT wtn tak. all 'Ttm Hank" money, Or or. ?hel tf bvvitle, Lewrenrrbiirit.and Iiandrldpe al par, fur VT. A. At J. G. McCLELLANl). N. It. Al we Intend dolnic an exclusive cash buai lin this year, wo will close not our present stuck at nnprarentrd low price fur cash. Jaa26 t W. A. J. G. McC. . 1. C. McXAlUY A CO. RECEIVED Tina DAT BY EXPRESS, 1 OH D0- Alexander's Kid Gloves; ltU 10 dor. Extension 8. S- Skirts, white k col'd; 10 carton! Ducal, new styles; 10 do. Moustin do Cben: do. New style Btelia Pbawls, for ear...

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 May 1858

7 : or : if ... o- .- -mwi'i-T, V. - - 1 V" ' - , m r-r--jprCT - ., , i , , L y-n nw-i . . ,; '-t . ' . ... I i si in .jjpjmji.ji in- si ' r' I WH'...UBBBPBWBWai :ildsl)i)illf:i3atrtpt. lItATES OF 'ADVERTISING. ( TVS Dm Cit" xjoaj to txwrrm-n a suyiaas. ) One bqoare 1 Bey, 1 bO rarii ad'al inserixa $ " - M -1 week, S 00 aschaddn aisuoara 1 M " 2 weeks, 4 M " " S 00 imaijug tmmili eWiiaTnBaiijip iwaMBBBgrwlM""1 lL.i cr . I- J 1 month, e on ' . . w a oa Party, per annum, ; $g 00 ' Tri-Weekly, per aunuui, .'. 6 00 Weekly, -r annum, .. , , 3 00 ue Weekly Tor two year, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, 6 00 - When tlie I'aily, Tri Weekly, or Weekly is to be discontinued (paid ui advance at the. time subscribed for), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be continued, at our option, unul paid for and stopped. 11 not paid, it must be aid at tlie time of discontinu ance, or at onr option. If the party ia good, it will bo Sent until paid. Remittances by mail, in " registered" ...

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 May 1858

Hi l '- ; s - w i i-i i ! - t H t S d P tt 1" in at ar th fn lj iu, as JU tin is Vn Let me tra pri-, can i..T ate fininjuuiruinui, I AXLT 8 : IBI-WEEKIY t5 : WEEKLY $3. S 71 1 T II , CAMP Sc. CO., . k ' -i ntorstKiou. v W. HY. SMITH, 1 IKA K JONES, J Editor. Office, No. 16, Dderlck Street. JtOHDAY,. ..HAT 10, 1858. 5 - The Church nd Slavery. . It eeema that the war on the Federal con- . ,, ntitution is not to be fought alone in Congress. . ' The higher law, first announced on the forum of the Senate, Is getting to be the rallying cry of the cburchmen--tbat-ia to say the churchmen of the North. The churches South have preserved a most commendable faience upon the subject. As citizens their members bare asserted the rights of property guaran- ; .teed by the constitution and laws of the coun try ; as christians they have adhered to the manifest teachings of the bible ; and as men, whenever their rights either of property or . '' 1 .conscience have been attacked, they have calmly but fi...

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 May 1858

NASHVILLE: MONDAY ROBBING,. MAT 1C, 1858. The fair clowd Saturday. The num e ber of persons in attendance during the day, Was large, and the greater portion appeared to take considerable interest in the proceed ing. As a whole, the week's work may be regarded almost as thrown away. Our plan- ters, stock raisers, manufacturers and mechan ics, and others, there is no question aliout it, do not ewiii to appreciate the advantages of these meetings. They must arouse themselves or the whole system will end in a miserable fail are. If they will see t'i it, that the mate rial for good exhibitions are ever on hand, we are sure the crowd of speculators will always be forthcoming. A poor entertainment will not attract visitors, and it is ostli-ss to think it. A pood one seldom, if ever fail. The State lias been liberal in extending encour agement to tbone mot il..-ply iutt-reted, and they rbotird ixiCHifli-T lier ljourity to lie cast on unproductive or tinjjratiful soils. It is to be Loped, th...

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 May 1858

WXMtXM, tic. IDIjnlfsalc (0rarrrif5. goits, Mots, ecr. . Craniipnrtatinn. TOTmnnrrr V. rcal Bargains tor Cask! TT7B hare on hand a very large and elegant stock ef lr-r r STAPLE AND FAXCY GOODS, that we are orter . " -eg at very low price for cash. Our stock of PRESS r SiLaLS is Tery large and eoTnia'ete, consisting in part ef '' ' ElWiHWb;-u-Quin -t" F'loanced Silks; Jayadeje,, .,- . ;, yv r " " Plai4 , , Rich Satin Striped and pfaM Poplins at Tery low t priced. With a large ami elegant assortment of rich Moire Antique, bought in Job. and will be sold greatly less nan bwjorters cost, with a full line of bead, makes of 1 Black auks, Tery tow for cash 'IT. A.- J. G. McCLmjKD. r . - - . : TJncurrent Money at Par. '"'' TTTT will take all "Free Bank" money, Ocoee. Shel- , -VV avville, Lawrcncebnrg. and Iianriridge at par, r for goods. . . W. A. k J. O. McCLF.LJ.ANIl. J. B. if-e Intend doing an i-xclusiv cash busi , i, tit is year,e will close out our present i-fclc at anprerenied low pri...

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 May 1858

. T & Z I - t ' . ' SaaWBaanaa I Ml ..I MWMHHMnKSMMnMMHMMMnnnHBHMHaMMBMJHMnMM0lBBHBBBWKa BaHVSHHMHHBHHHKBBKnMHBBHBHnBBBHHBMMMnBa MMHBMBIMBHmnHaBMMinnJ RATES OF ADVL'RTISING. (ib tens ok Us to ocMwrm'TK A eorsirc. ) One Sousre 1 Oar. S 1 OO each ad'al . " . " 1 week. 00 swi'kadda'aiouuaro I 2 weeks, 4 M i month, 6 00 months 00 ' t 12 00 " 18 00 12 " 2 O0 S OO M 4 SO i M 00 10 00 KftXrWABMI At rtXABTmB. PUBLISHED DAILY, TRI-AYEEKLY, AjNtD WEEKLY. BY SMITH, CaOIP & DE ADERICK STREET. One Pquare, one year, $30 each additional square $10 Written notice must be given to take out and stop aa verttsements of yearly advertisers before the rear ex pires, otherwise we shall charge till dowe. o contract or yearly advertisement will o Cicon- tinued wiout previous notice to us, nor will any charge VOL. XXI. MSHTILLE, TENN., TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1858. NEW SEKLESNO. 762. be made for less than one year at the yearly rates. ; 7 J Advertisers excoodiug Lbs spaeo contract ed for will bo charged 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. — 11 May 1858

JJAirr tS : TEI-"WEEKXT U '. "WEEKLY $3. SMITH, CAMP & CO., 4 3 ii IRAP.JO.VES, )"aor- Offlee, No. 16, Iladericlc Street. TCESDAY,- .21 AY 11, 1858. II lack . Kcpnbllean Interpretation of the Kansas Conference Hill Mr. Seward'a fcpeeel. There are a multiplicity of interpretations of the Kansas Conference Bill extant, pro mulged by the politicians and the newspaper. It is by turns a cloud pimply , then a camel, a Church, a weasel, a whale." It is a trick, an artifice, a bribe, a threat, hocus-pocus, ltger denaio. It is a -concession of everything to the freesoilera ; it concedes to them nothing ; it jrjvea tho South the shadow and the North the substance ; it gives the North the shadow and the South the substance ; it is a resub mission of the Lecompton constitution ; it is not a re-submisf-ion at all ; it is a complete backing down, of the Lccomptonites ; it is Lecompton over again; it is a settlement of the Kansas question ; it reOpens and staves off the question indefinitely ;...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 11 May 1858

. - ' i - t .... . J N ASHVILIE TTJESDAi MOENda. . .MAY 11 1858 jTir- A New Methodlst Cuikcii ia the Southern portion or this city is getting to be every day, more and more, an iulitpruatile nrct'fefity. In that thriving put of the city, thi-re are already Ave tt aix churches, at which well attends r'-liiouc wrvics are performed every rabatb. The only one of the Mr-thodint persuasion south of the Medical Collope. is tae E'yiaa Grove church, in lb neightior hood of the Cemetery. This U too small to accommodate the large and constantly in creasing congregations that throng it three times each Pu id y. At edifice of much larg er dimensions van projwted toine two year ago, and the foundation laid on the corner of College and Mulberry streets. From aoinc cause the work watt Micpended till wilhiu a few days ago. We are happy to ol. rve that ereral hands are now at work upii it, and hope it will be ptihed toa Fpeorty completion. We trust, too, that it will be rtieh ns will te a lasting orr...

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 May 1858

" Cincinnati. tore ties, tiC : HxaMpxklion. .1 4 1 iJ Great Bargains tor Cash'. fTTE have on hand rery large and elegant Mock of V fcTAPLE AND FAKCY GOODS, that we are offer Bf at ry low prices for cash. Our stork of 1BESS flf I.KS is very large aod eompleto, consisting in part of Elegant Robce-a-Ouille . Financed Silks; ? '-r , - yaere Ti.Tr-ri; M , Fluid , Rich Satin Striped and Plaid Poplins at very low price. . -With a large and elegant assortment of rich Moire Antiques, bought in job, and will bo sold greatly lew han importers cost, with a full line of best makes of Black Silks, Terr low for cash '- J j W- J- G. McfXEI LAND. TJneurrent Honey at Par. WT. will take all "Free Hank" money. Oroee.Shel brvllle, Lawrencebnrg, and Pnndri.lge at par. Tor gooda. W. A. k 3. G. VoCLELLAND. X. B. As we intend doing an exclusive earn bust Bess this year, we will close out our present stock at anprecenled low prices for cash. Jan2& 4 . : - W. A. J. G. McC. 1. C. McAlUY te CO. RECEIVED -TH...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 12 May 1858

imSJBSWiJLJIS"- t ft- 4 i (i lLvrxs OF ADVEHTISIaVG." 1 ( TKH USKS OB IXUt TO CXIJUTITTTB A aQCABB. . V '- " - -i ' One bquare 1 day, 1 IH each acCai lnaeruos 9 ' . f" ;. ek, ' '8 tHl eacb aaitiu'ai aquar J M - " "2 weeks, I ill " " S 00 . : - mocttt. e to w 1 09 -u m i uiuuUis co . ; i 4 k , " u i. li 00 ' " S CO " " ft " 18 00 ' ' tOO ; 11 "12 " 1!5 00 " " k 10 09 ttKXtWAMlM At TIXABCML - One Square, one year, tap each adUaonal aqtiare f 10 Wruten notice must be given to take out and stop ad vertuieinents of yearly advcruaeri before tbe year ex pires, otherwise we ahaJl chara till dvee. - Nacot.lia.4 of yuariy adTerbaetneati will ho disena Unuixl :ti.out irevOftianouc to us, nor wuiany cbarfie r be made fur U-as Uiau one year at ll ynarty tausa. 1 Advertisers exceeding the spac contrmct d for will be charged for tha excess. -C r 1 Tli li .11 S t liaily, per annum, . 00 Tn-.Vekij , ier annum, 6 00 Weekly, vr annum, 3 00 One Wei-Uly for two years, or two Weeklies ' for one year, lu ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 12 May 1858

.1 . t JJAILY $8: IKI-UEiKLY 5: WEEKLY $3. 1 v S3I1TII, CAMP 4c COv, raonuntms. . w. irr. smith, FA. bAce, IV o. 1, tteaderick street. WE&ITESDAT..........V. MAT 12, 1858 Anothttf" Medical College. From a loiij? article in the Banner, of Sun day, in regArd to the Educational projects of the Methodist Church, South, we copy the following extract : 'V understand that one of the dppartmenta oi the University the Mwlical hiM bofn committed to viiroroun hands, and those who bare it in charge have already, at conMil -rable cost, taken measures to f-etablish it, and pro pose going into operation dunnr the present year. 1ST private outlay, they have purchased a valuable and eligible property, and intend to equip it in a style which Khali rank it with the moat favored chooln in the land. A corps of Professors have been engasrd, n every re fpect qualified and competent, and the insti tution bids fair to commence it career under the most flatteriuK auspices. We earnestly trust that it will...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 12 May 1858

TASIIYILLE: WEDNESDAY K0B3TDTO MAY 12, 1858 IXaGLAKY. Monday night Home villain brote into the shoe Ftore of Mr. IJ. R. CriTKR, corner of Collejre and Broad, opened Lis afe, and stole tlierrlrom Si'iiO. lie got into the alley in the rear of the Ft on, and Lend holes near the lock tvitta a lar-r aujrer, making an opening large enough to admit his hand, for the purjoKe of unlocking the door. Lut the door was alr-o fai-tein-d with a bar of iron, ex tending aciwn it diagonally from near the top to near the bottom, tautened at the latter point with a Ijolt aixl pin. Holes were tared along the course of the bar. to ascertain its dtrectio:i, and near the lower end an opening nimilar to that near the lock was made, the band itiftrted and the bur unpinned. The ttormy character of the night favored this operation. The door open, and the burglar iiuiidc, it wan an rnt-y matter to find tiie key cf the rafc, (it lying in a drawer of the det-k above tiie t-afe,) and to unlock and rob it of ita co...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 12 May 1858

Pro (Booh, rtri J Ctnrinnali; tLxMBVOXtelion. ;vcit Hargalais for Cash! ha.n hand a very Jars find elegant fUck of V 1 STATUT AND FANCY iOOL.s, that we aro offer n at very low prices for cash. Our spick of IiKKX- SILKS ts very liirte and complete, eoneititing ill part of P'-saut Kobsid-a-oiiille f - '3 ; - C" - Financed Silka; -i -. , . . m .Javadere ' i . . i ' Rich &itln Striped and Tlaid Poplins at .very low price, ".r " i Wittr's larpe an inVfrtnt assortment of rich Moire Aitinoiea. bmiarht in job. and will be "ld (rreatly lesa han minor ters cost, with a full lino of best makes ol Black Silks, very low for cshi W. A. t. J, G. MqCLFJ LAND. . XTncnrrent Money at Par. ; . tlTf will take all "Free llank" money, Oroee, ?hel- ? byviUe. Lawreuccburg.niHi I Kind ridge at ojtr, f.r frolS. W. A. J. i. Mi LKLLANI). X. B. As we Intend domt; an x;1ufit cash tni- te"s. UiiB your, we will close out uiir present clock at onprccentcd low prices lor cam J-in li W. A. i J. G. VcC. - RKCT.1VED...

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