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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 12 February 1858

-res.-ve,r iwsersrs v't ,'mrr',; Itflsljuillf patriot. RATES OF ADVERTISING. . f tw riNx oa ism to uossmt ix a uqcakm. ) One Square 1 day, S 1 00 each adal insertion K 44 - 1 week, S 00 each addit'ol moare I frO 44 44 1 week, 4 60 44 . . 44 r 44 1 Otl t it . i month, a 00 , 44 . ; .4 44 8 00 44 ' J motitii 9 M '",,., t 60 . ii j 1JM i' ' " ' 0' . 4 m ig oo 44 44 IN 1 U 25 00 44 44 44 ' 18 00 i xmwAnx at nwrn. One Square, one year, WO each addicecal sqoar f 19 Written notice most be given to take eut and stop ad vertisement of yearly advertiser before the year x Prts, otherwise we shall charge till di ne. ' -No contract of yearly adTerLsemeBt will be d con tinued wohout previous notice to u. nor will any charge be nude for lees than one year at Uie yearly rote.- - e- Adrertiaera exceeding tho ipaet eontract ed for will be charged for the eieeea. -far 1EBJI8I - j -r- Daily, per annum, . . . . IS 00 Tri-Weekly. per annum, & 00 Weekly, er annum, .3 00 One Weekly for tvro years, or t...

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 February 1858

HWM BJULI It J I t i 4 I ( I UasI)Dille:Jotritit7 )AILY $8: TEI-WZZKLY $55 WEEKLY $3. W. HT. ntlTH, THOMAS CAIURDUIJ iinorr a. cxur, .-' iiu p. josxa, SMITH, CAMP A; COi, rmonuRTORR. : IRA P. JONES, ,JBi-tor4-Office, No. 16, Deaderlck. Street. FEIDAY, FESKTT.LRY 12, 1858. The Hntlierford Cerrymndfr. The democracy of the present Tennessee .legislature are attempting to gerrymander lome portions of this State on an exceedingly mall scales. Having talked themselves hoarse n abusing whatthey have termed the " infa houb enymandtT,,, they are now peeking to iccomplbh what they accuned the old Wlii; party with on a microscopia plan. ' Jt If well cnown that the last contest for Rcpm-entiitire in Rutherford county, renulted in favor of the American candidate by the mere compliment jf a "baker's dcfcen." And In order to change the complexion of that county, a project was set on foot in the Senate pome dayn since to attach a part of Coffee, a strongly democratic county, to Rutherford. ( This m...

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 February 1858

NASHVILLE: THIDAY HOSSTSO, rEBKTJABT 12, 1S58. Notice to Transient Advertiser. All transient advertisement in this paper muwt be aid for at the time they arc handed in otherwise ley will not be Inserted. Transient Job Work must e paid for on delivery. The combined circulation of tlie Daily and Trl-Week-, ? editions of the PamirT in the chy , and in the see on of country trading with Nashville, to greater than at of any other paper In the eHy.' All advertisement -e -inserted in bth editions hence the Patkiot is the est advertising medium. ATa"" We are authorized to announce W. F. Mi Arm: t a candidate for Constable in the Nashville district, the ensuing March election. 39" Miss Eliza Loo ax concluded a very lcctshful engagement at Savannah, Ga, last riday night. We learn that it waa her inten ion, in company with her mother, and a par f of Tennefleeans, to take a pleasure trip to an Augustine, Florida ; after which, we trust (r. Manager Crisp will conclude an engage tent with her for...

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 February 1858

Z21 JlnUgallL.JaUa sansawaMsjsjsj : J ; . f ; ; : r. : ' 1 . Cranspartatianv-" -:". . ti Pro ooirfr (Dntfnnati. prniiflistsr .. . j0lfiS, .&f.' ":'"' t - . ... . , -. Sorts SJjors, &c. . : 4 t llJi)0le5atc(!5rorfrifs:; ' . jnsuxanct Great Bargains for Caslit TTTE hare na hand a very large and elegant stock of T . STAPLE AND FANCT GOOPS, tnt we are otter ; . li nrle. fnr each 1 Onr stock of DHFSS SXLK3 Is vary large and rompWn, consisting in pari of jaegaat Knos-a-oniiie; " Financed Silks; ' . Bavadere " . . . . - PlaiA . - " " ' ' Weh Satin Striped aad Plaid Poplins at. very low uirML v With a large, and elegant ajwortwient of ek-h Moire Antinn. bmirht in tnh nd will be l 1 ereatlv les than imTiorters coot, with a fall line of best mate of Black Silks. Terr low rr fun. W. A. ft X. O. McCLlXLAND. Unenrrent Money at Par. tTTTjrfll take all "Free Bank" money. fteoee.Fnel- YVSyvllle, lawrenreburg, end rwndn.'s-e at nar, forT'ooda. w. A. ft J. G. M.T.EIJ.ANH.. S. B. Af we Intend ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 February 1858

-i ni 1 w 3i a- -t RATES OP ADVERTISIIVG.- H ( raw usx cm. ixss to ooxsniti a cabx. ) Ocecsjuaral day, $ 1 00 eat-a ad'al iasertioa v M ' " 1 week, X 00 eackaddit'alsu,uar 1 M " " J weeks. 460 " 0O: " "1 mouth, 00 m a 00 . -...! toontha t 0O , " ' - . 4 M . " " S " 12 IX) " " 00 " 5 " 18 00 " . 00 " "II " 25 00 " 10 00 KEsrwABL at ruMmn. " One Sqoar, on year. 8i each adduioaal aqaar S10 Written bola? must b gives lo lake eat and atop aa. verusemeiiu of yearly advertisers befor tho fear X pire. otherwBie we shall charge till dun. . No contract of yearly advertisement will be aiocaa tinned without previous notjee to ns. nor win any charga be made for les than on year at the yearly rate. r" AdTertiaen ozeeeding tho tpaoo contract. od tor will bo charged tor tho exce. - : J Daily, per annum, $8 00 Trl-Weekly, per uoum, .......... - 00 Weekly, per annum, 3 00 One Weekly fur two years, or two Weeklien for one year.tn advance. & 00 When the Daily. Tri Weekly, or Weekly m to be disconti...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 February 1858

V Itnnl.nill iTntnnt DAILT $8 : TBI-WEEKLt $5 i "WtEKLY $3. W. BT. SMITH, iviHosrr a caxr, . THOMA5 C4U-KXDKR, SlttlTII, CAMP CO., - raontncroaa. W. HT. SMITH, 1 IRA P. JONES, iii'ort. , Office, If o. 16, Ueaderlclt Street. K03TDAT, FXERTJARY 13, 1858. Vmii y Louisville Jmtnml. John Mitchell on Naturalization. The great truths in reference to the mcn- aity for a modification of our naturalization lawa which have been announced by tlie Amer ican party have been treated with wnrn a.d ridicule by the Democracy. But silently and eurely, in ppite of the opposition to tb-mT they have forced themselves upyn the convic tions of sensible and thinking men of all pr tiea, . Democratic lead rrs and d( magogiies may succeed for a time in exciting prejudice- against the American organization, but all tlit Ir BophiKtry and dij-praciful aiwertiona of the tsuperiority of tiie for eign over the native citizen are unavailing ti hide from the popular understanding the undeniable truth and justice and p...

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 February 1858

NASHVILLE MONDAY MOEnnTG, FEBKUAEY 15, 1858. Notice to Transient Ad rertlaere. All transient advertisements in this paper must be paid for at the time they are handed in otherwine they will not be inserted. Trausiwnt Job Work mutt be paid for on delivery. - The comtaned Hrcolation of the Doily and Tri Week ly etiUotn of the Patmot In the city, and In the sec tion of country (ratling with Nashville, ia greater than that of any other paper in the city. All advertisements re inserted in both editions hence the Patkioi is the bust advertising medium. f" Mr. and Mrs. AV. H. Ckwp, will enter tain the poople of Nashville, "as the leading character, at the Gaiety, for a few nijrlit. commencing this evening with that fine play, hj Knowles, of the Wife. We Ufpeak for them, in advance, a BUCCPfful engagement. They are the parents of a large family of Gai ety's, and eiucc thfy are U-Ptowing mich as siduous iK-rsonal attention upn tun household membera at Nashville, we ask that tlx ir efforts ma...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 February 1858

!)rt (!5ooIi"s7 dr. dncinnati; 'ti' nIole; rare firs. Great. Bargains for Casnt "C7T have on hand a very lanre and elegant Mock of V STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS, that wa are otTer pp at very low prices for cash. Our stock of IKESS SILKS la rery large and complete. eimjUfcUjg in part of " Financed Pilks; " Bayadere " u Plaid " fRie?a Satin Striped and Plaid Poplins at Tory low prices. With a largo and elegant assortment of rich Motro Antiques, bought in Job, and will be sold greatly less than importer cost, with a fall line of best make of Black Silka, very tow rr rob. r - W. A- J.'G. McXXELLAVD. - . ' TTnenrrent Money at Par. TT72'ill take all "Free Bank" money, Oroce, Rbcl- Vyville, lawreneebnrg, and Punrtrlf4. at nar foroods. W. A. J. (5. MoCLEIXANn. N. B. Aa we Intend doing an exclusive ruii bimi aess this year, we will close out oar present stock at anprecented low prices for cash. Jao25 it VT. A. k J. G. MoC. It. C. McNAIRY & CO.. ' r ic pcjuxas in aix kixds or Foreign and Domes...

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

M w .BSBvy -a 5 ? i i . " V ... t f - ts s I ItasljDillc !i RATES OF ADVKllTISIXG. ( w -usnat oa urn yo wain l ib agbtagc. J T ' Ob -qtiarw I day, f I 00 each ad al UiserVioa SO ? ii ! ) j - " 1 veee, 00 each addit'al suner 1 M M . " -ireeAs, 4 60 1 00 '' " ' luiualh. 4 00 " - AOS '""Jj H71 ........... 99 W ; Tri-Waekiy, per wumni,'.-. 7'. ..... i'.'- 6 00 W',wkly,raum,.. 3 00 -One Weekly for two yews, or two Weeklies , for ue year, in advance., ... . . . . (00 Then b Iaily, TrLWeuklyor Weekly Is lobe discontinued (paid in advance at the time subscribed for), tti subscriber mast order, otherwie it will be 0 continued, at our option, until paid for and stopped. ' If not paid, K miwt be paid at the time of discontinu ance, or at oar option. If the party good, tt wilt be cent until paid. Remittance by mail, In " registered" letters, at oar risk. ... , TT T t annn SS ttk "ISM a 1a-9 t 00 " 6 " -' If O0 00 u a jo . S ( u m u 10 00 BxBWAjn at ruars One Square, s year, f-do each addHMtuvl ...

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 February 1858

TWIa mil I1.ifr.nl DAILY tS : TSX-WZEZLT 1 5 : WEEXLT $3.; THOMAS OUJtXDUt, J - aa-nowr a cam, " taa r. Jossa, ; .H1TII, CAMP A CO., j FsorHiAToae, ' j HT. 8WTTH, EditJrt. - I T. JONES, JMUBr- IRA Ofllce, If . 16, Icadrrick Street. TUESDAY, FEBEXJAET 18, 1858. The Prospect Uiounlon. -- There are few causes, in oar extimation, which Bound statesmanship and correct lotfc would bold a justification for a violent disrup tion of the bonds of this Union. Such an event is impossible, so long an the letter and spirit of the Federal constitution are observM and obeyed. In spite of the machinations of bid politicians. North and South, who seem to Jure very little interest in the stability of anything except as their personal aims are ad vanced by it, If the issue were made to-day "upon anything which is pant or at present be fore the American people, we should wail the national degeneracy, If it were even probable that they would agree to a dismemberment of the Republic But it is jut now beco...

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 February 1858

-.;-rytpg an''srr'?? -i r NASHVILLE: TtfEEDA H02NIKO, FEBSVAST 18, 1858. Notice td Tranvknt Advertisers- Alt traasieut advertisement ia this paper must b paid tor at the lime they are handed in otherwise they will not b inserted.' Transient Jub Work must b paid for oa delivery.. ' . : . f i . The combined circulation of the Daily and Tri Week ly editions of the Patriot m the city, and to the sec lion of country trailing with Nashville, la greater than that of any other paper to the city. All advertisements are Inserted ia bcth editions hence the Patriot Is the pest advertising medium. jgr The Louisville Courier has recently donned a new and beautiful dress. The Courier take issue with the Democrat oa the Kansas Issue, and we d.oabt not will take all the wind oat of its contemporary's Bails, before the contest is over. Tfce JTCaRsincw '. The Eclectic for February, has been re ceived. It contains the usual amount of choice reading! that is to say, it U filled from cover to cover with ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 16 February 1858

k (Kf t t ' I : r Great nar?n In tor (ttftt TTTK have (hi baud v-r Wv "d Ww tV f ? V srmjc an t t s vot -.. vj r sv- at wrj fcra ( v" r.-C S V3' ULk3 to rjr btr tmA nrilwn fn r-irte Nv.. CTC? Jl-t ' - :- i v r-A wr4 mi rw rve-w- . wit a m4 wrMv r M.e AaUo,u. KhxM m 4 wl be ee rw't lhS taatMtWe w. Ml w nf rt lUeks lec.:Sd., vary ea . . , TTTK will fekeall "Free IWak" awr. Ocoee. FheJ Y ute, It -nr. "' li-n.hr at r, to cwde, W. A. J. . aUO-FIJ ANI. N. B. AS we attend rfnitif aa exclusive cash buei aeaa that rur, we will e.e oet ear present slock at aarreuid low pricea for cash. jws-4f - - - - W; A. k J. Q. McC. . R. C. McNAIRY CO., .'.. UMtMiuuniu KimiM or Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, ."-, IfO. 85 COLLEGE STREET, 1 Nashville, Tenne.wee. . - - r I "TTTE HAYX now is store an nnttsuallr larse anil T V elrgantlr amorted rtock of Fall anl Winter Gixvik f erery daacrtpttna, and are prepared In Oder rratr indncements to peraona wisliinn art h: It- in our liaa. than it haa ever been our pl...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 17 February 1858

RATES OIVAOVEXtTISrnrG. ' (m was est ts4rAx3rrr?rs ajiub? One bquara 1 day, 1 OB iatli adaJ lasertioa i'f tt " " 1 Week, S Of) each - J j T sjl Mans 1 S4 " . S weeks, 4M ad rv.ojfraa, S Oft " 1 month, . 00 - tyrjs OO r .'TERMS t . railypersnnum,. ......... ..... M 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum, . 6 00 WL-1t- iw annum, a nA . ' aaoniBS w oe 459 m - ItMn " I M " " " la 00 - " " t 00 m " 12 " VJ OO - " 10 00 - KmswwxMX at nxAsrK. One Pqoare, one year, S30 each addition a square f 10 Wrmea notice must be given to take evtand slop ad ewrtiseinenu of yearly ad vertmeni before the year as pires, other wis wa shall charge till done. - " No contract of yearly ad vartisemenu will be d tee on tmned without prwv-mnasMHioe tana, nor will any caarga be made for leas than ooe year at the yearly rates. AA Adrartiaen exceeding the gpoeo eoatxiLCt d for vill bo chaipod tor tho cxeeM. JU ' ' One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, 5 00 Trkn tbe Daily, Tri Weekly, or Weekly is to...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 17 February 1858

'llcftatriot: "xL" 3T tt : TEI-WEEKLT : WEEKLY t3. v, bt. nmi, - run has uuixsnj Ajnsoar - CUMP, ' ' Pur.JlWH, .. ., SailTII, CAMP A: CO., rcoPKntroits. ' f . . W. HY. SVTTH, FAiLm., TRAP. JONES, J.. ( Office, Wo. 16, Deaderlels Street. WEDNESDAY, FEBETJABY 17, 1858. -:KnM rn-The Letompton -.r.-- CouBtltation. - The Legislature of Kanwis, recently in w- eion, composed of a majority of black repub licans, appears to have done little more than : register the edicts of Jim Lank and his fana tical confederates, who are Reeking to rule or rain the territory. It has changed county lines, remored county seats, removed the Vat , of government, passed a law abolirfiiug Ma ve ry and making it a penitentiary offencs to hold flaves, and done other thing, equally repre- henwble, with a view to oppress and persecute pro-slavery men, and free State men, who will not co-operate with the Laneite-. These things are having, we are gratified to learn from the correspondence of the St. Louis Re publican...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 17 February 1858

N A S-H.V ILL E: r . WEDNESDAY KOSWHTG, fEB.'Y 17, 158.: ' . Notice to Transient Advertieers. All transient advertisements In this paper must be pa! t for at tbo time Ury ere handed in otherwise they wOl not be Inserted. Transient Job Work ninst ' be paid for on delivery. . ., A The combmed circulation of the Daily and TVi -Weekly editions of the Patriot In the city, and in the aec "tioa of country trading with Najthvillc, to greater loan tfieA of any other paper in the city. AHadvertiseroenta -re inserted in botii editions hence the Patriot is the 1 beet advertising medium , Jt& We are authorized to announce J. H. Menk m a a candidate for re-election as Coostuble in the Tenth IrtMrict. A Fracas is Tire Te.xhke Senate. The Senators from Maury anl Shelby ceunUs, ' Messrs. Whitthokxi! and Walker, varied the proceedings of that body on Mouday, by en gaging in a email fisticuff. The circuni.tan ces, aa we learn them from the the Union and American, are: Mr. TVhitthokve tom to a poin...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 17 February 1858

Mncinnatu Prnijgists.- Great Bargains for' Casta! WE have on hand a very larjre. sad elegant Mock of STAPLE AXD FANCY GOODS, that w are offer Jf at vary w prices for cash. Our stock of XliUOSS aalXS Is very Urge and complete, eonauittog in part of JOei-ant Robes a-y-iiile, " Flounced Silks; " Bavsdera . . . . Plaid lRlCa Satin Striped and riaid Poplina at Tery low prices. . . , . v . With a large and elegant assortment of rich Moire Ant4qnaa, bought in Job, and will be sold jrreat'.y lew than Importers coat, with a fall line of beta makes of Black 8Uks, Terr low for cash. - W. A. J. G. MoCLFLLAKD. - 's '' r - f;" TncBTrent Money t Par. tTTj; trffl take all "Free Bank" nvmey, Or ore, Sliel-VV- byville, Uwrtiwborr. and PanrlrWre at par, for gooda. W. A. J. O. Mrr-LFJ-LANP. - N. B. As we Intend doing an exclusive cash bnsl- this year, we will close out our present stock at . ... w A ft. T U IT. C. McNAIRY S. CO., J f" V -, V - ' LaSOS IKaLSKS IX 1U SI -ft or ' Foreign and Domestic Dry ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 18 February 1858

, , . . - . - . . . ' , taHaaaesaBMMHnHMHaMBMMMMnmaMaMMHMHaBaaBHaa mmmmmtammmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmsmmmmBm mnammmmmmimmsmmmmmamammmmmmmammmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmBmmmmwmam wmmmmmBmmamtmmmmmmmmmtmammmmm- RATES OF ADVERTISIlVOe - f m xnarn oa tm to cqasuuis, a aorAsa. -. : OoaCMiuara 1 aay,. a 1-00 -each ad 'ai ianeruoa $ JO ' - j -eek,- 3 oo each addifal sqaare 1 b 44 weeks, etO- -44. OO- " 1 month. 6 00 ". - tt SbioulUs 00 " ' 4 M t ' it 12 00 " " t 00 ia . t J '- " It, 00 " - i - 09 w " yi " 00 " " " MM aaxcwARia at ruusm. One Square, one y ear , 30 acb addilieaal aqnare SIS Written notice mast be given to take out aad stop ad. rertisements of yearly advertiser before tbe year ex pires, otherwise we shall charge till done. No contract of yearly advertisements will be dlseoa. tiaoea w about previmis aotioe lo us, nor will any charge be saade for less than one year at tbe yearly rates. aa- AdTertisen exceeding tne'spaot eo&tract ed tor will be charged for the excess, -f - ' ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 18 February 1858

tlospule Mnnt: t AELT SS : TBI-WZZKLT $5 : $3. I W. T. SMITH, : TUOOiS CAUJCSD1X, , AXnoKT a. caar, " r. jos, m SIIITH, CAHP ie CO,, (" il ' rsoriurroKS. IT. ;' ' 'W.HT. SMITH, Ijty , Offlee, Ne. 16, Deaderlelc Street. THTTESDT, FEBKTJABY 18, 1158. y - Legislative Inatinetiona. - The fact that the American members of the Tennessee Legislature voted agaiiixt th reso lution instrncting our Senators and request ing our Representatives in Congress, to vote for the admission of Kansas with the Lcomp ton constitution, is being used by the rham democratic press, to place those members and their party ia a false position before the conn try. It U inferred, and the inference is stated as a fact, that by their vote the American party, or at least, the members which it has placed ia the Legislature, have arrayed them selves against the admission of Kansas with the Lecompton constitution, and hence stand ia opposition to their party friends in Congress. The facta do not authorize the cone lunio...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 18 February 1858

NASHVILLE: THURSDAY MOEimfG, FXBKTJAEY 18, 1858. TVotlce to Transient Advertisers All transient advertisements In this paper most be paid for at the time they are banded in otherwise they will not be inserted. Transient Job Work muet be paid for on delivery. The combined circulation of the Pally and Trl-Weekly editions of the I'atmot in the city, and in the sec tion, of country trailing with Nashville, is greater than that of any other paper to the city. All ad vertisementa are Inserted in bf th editions hence the PaTMot Is the best advertising medium. The Gaiety. We did not have the pleasure of witnessing the play of the Gamaier, Tues day night ; but we learn from our contempor aries of the city and from numerous friends who were present, in all of whom we have unlimited confidence, that the delineation of Beverly by Mr. Crisp hau scarcely ever been BurpiUjtsed in this city. We congratulate the Manager, on this universal testimony o his success. The playB for to-night are the power...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 18 February 1858

nre , - ' . . nrimiati; Great Hargalns for Caslit "TTTE have on hand very large and elegant stock of V V STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS, that ws are olfrr ag at very low prices for cash. Our stock of DRESS fTT.gg ta very large and complete, consisting in part of Elegant Robes-a-Qnille, "'. I.-" Finnnced Fllka; ! ' " "" ' " Bayadere r s -m - pfeid ... BTtich Satin Striped and Plaid Poplins at very low prices. ft ' ' . '" With a large and elegant agrtment of rich Mofre Antiques, bought in Job, and will be sid greatly leas than importers cost, with a fall line of best makes of Black Silk. Terr low for cah. ."'' -ZZ2 ... 1 . W. A.. & 3. G. MrCLELLAXD. ; TTncurrent Money at Par. TTTE will take all "Free Pank" money, Oroee, f-"hel-W byville, Lawreneeborg, and Handri-'-re at par, for roods. W. A. J. . MrCLEIXAND. K. ft. As we Intend doing an exrtive cash busi aesa this rear, we will rinse not iur present stock at anprecented low prices for cash. Jrm?fl f - - , - . TV. A. It 3. C. McC. . K. C. ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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