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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 8 September 1858

S3 el Itasljoillc Patriot. HATES OP.ADVE11TISIKG. . - (Tier uks oa usa to ovstttttx a sttCAaa. ) me Square 1 day, 1 0 each ad'al insertion SO " 1 week, 00 each addlt'si square 1 a M 9 weeks, 4 ta " IN " " Btoath, oo " " " s ee " " 1 months 00 " " 4 . i " ia oo " " " M i oe " ' i um i " 12 2J 00 " 10 00 i - . aaTrswABLB AT riiUCTt One Square, one year, s0 each addmoaal square $! Written notice must be given to take out and atop ad -rertiaements of yearly advertisers before the year eg. pi res, otlierwtse we shall charge till dune. No coo tract of yearly advertmements will be diacea. tinned wtlltout previous notice lo us,aor will any charge be made fur less thaa one year at tha yearly rates. at- Advertisers exceeding' tba space contract TEB3IS l Daily, per unam, 8 00 Trt-Weekly, per annum, 00 Weekly , per annum, ... ; 3 00 One Weekly for two year., or two Weeklies Tor one year, in advance, S 00 When the Daily, Tn-Weekly, or Weekly in to be discontinued (paid in advance at the time sub...

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 September 1858

V . J. . XT a -o tt -ir r: .- .a ti i . 9 a T J 1 1 3 3 w ta ta i the poi geo two 1 all iIosl)ille Patriot. rAJLY SSt TEI-WEEKLY $5 1 WEEKLY S3 ..- SMITH, CiWP t CO., .. W. HY. SMITH, raaori. ; , 1KAP.J0NES. j fjaw" Office. No. 10 Meaderlek Street. ( tEDUESDAY. ...SEPTEMBER 8, 1858 Tie Democratic PrfMtndllon.John 1 a - , Well. - ; :, It is bat seldom that we hare Keen an irtdi - Tidaal persecuted with more litterne8 and vehemence, than that exhibited by the frbarn democratic prew of Tennessee and elsewhere towards Hon. John Bell. From a war of po litical opinions, it haa descended into a sys tem of vindictive attacks upon his character and motives as a statesman and a sterling patriot- lie is assailed with almost every epi thet calculated to render him odious in the public estimation, and to deprive him of ev ery vestige of popular confidence. Efforts are also openly made to alienate his par ty friends and to prodnce a spirit of ani mosity and strife between him and those of his par...

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 September 1858

-.rf.-- n it'' .ibunhnil!) V t i 5 'J JsTAS H :YI L L E: . , , .. . vTDflESBAi HORNIHa. SEPT. 8, 185 - X0T1CE TO CITY SLWRIBEUS. "Wishing to confine out business at near -fa possible to the CASH SYSTEM, -we have dot r mined hereafter to collect our aubecriptttroa, within the city, QTJASTE2XT. To carry lilts daterminatioa into effect, we have placed owr whole city list in the hands of Mr. WILIta'at GILL, who will make the collections, and site attend to the delivery of the Papere, and ate that subscriber are senred punetualty, hope this arrangement will be satisfactory to all patties. Those who may desire toWt them selTea tho necessity d making four payments ' during the year, can, if they prefer it, pay ia ' advance for the whole year. A New Hotel. We ao-ualic-ia.; import ant question mooted : "ShfUl-!-; have a new first claw hotel in ia.hv ill ?'"' "VV'e are glad to hear It, and hcipe thiU-H not be allowed to rrt uutil the work isa-icorr.pli-bt'd. . Thtre "i no:ty in tlie -UoionMer...

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 September 1858

x - i f oil Haws. WljolmltMxomm. Oitrational; Cincinnati. i I Erans?artati0rr as. ''"'" i i' .. ' - - ...... ,, -.fta.y--.-..-- v:..r.t. "'a'"'"' ' '.TiTT tT- fa-SJ 'HI" 1" """ "I"" I'll " ! "'"' "' ' " " - , , if I ( 5- 4 cu 1 tm ha sfe. . t J jTS ASlWIllAli RACES. r v PALL MEETIVC, 1858, will commence on Monday, September 27th, wrth a sweepstake with three Year olds A300 entrance $100 forfeit. Two mile heats. Eight en trie. , - Ell Odom names br f Mary Wylie, by Albion, dan A by So-ereign- v Also, names en I, oy Aioion, nam Ann nase, j Leviathan. Blytbe ft Guild name Hiawatha, by Albion, dam by Sovereign. W. G. Harding names br f Tennessee by Epsilon, dam Kate King, by riam. Aieo, names ch f by Albion, dam Delta, by Priam. T. . Moore names b f Betty Maney, by Shamrock, dnra Ida, by Belsbazzar. ' W. T. Roundtree names ch f, by Glencoe, dam Jane Watson, by Prinm. Also, names ch f, by Albion, dam by Priam. t i , : i TCESnAV, 28th. Weepstate with two year olds, one mile out $300 entra...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 9 September 1858

RATES OF. ADVERTISING. -' f nar lcim oa tuaw to cojwrrrrrg a sqcakx. ) a. Squar. 1 day, 1 00 each ad'al insarUOB M " 1 week, 8 CO- each addit'ai squar. 1 tO - - - S weeks, 4 eO " - t w r. ;r 1 tBafash, e eo - . j t o 44 wmU X " " ' 4 i - jaw " '.. ' . '"rJJW,!" i I 11 a aw " M - 10 va a aS3rf1TAlC af tttlSCaB. On. Squara, an. year, a30 each additional acjuare f ! Wrloan aouca atmn b gives to lak. ant aad aton ad vertisamants at yearly adveruaert berora tha year . uirea, other wis w ahall charg. tUl doaa. . . - - No contract of yar:y advertisemMts will be discoa tiooad wlllioul previous notice to us, nor wiUacy thaxga ta taada for lea. than on. year at the yearly ratea. r Adver risers eTrnfiding Ute spaca coutract ed lor will b charged for the excess. - Daily, per annum, $8 (K Tri-Weekly, per annum, 6 00 Weekly, per annum, ...... 3 00 tme Weekly liir two years, or two Weeklies "f" for one yenr, in advance, ...400 Wteu the Daily, Tri Weekly, or Weekly is to be discoo'lnticd (paid in a...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 9 September 1858

i lasljMlleprtot. 1 LALLT t8 : TEI-"WEl3tY 15 i "WEEKLY t3 ; SDllfH, CAWP co ika r. JOKEf' i Office. Xo. 16 Peadcrlf k fftret. THTJESTJAY-- . BEPTEM3ES 9. 1858 A Great Santtoeru. Party. ' ' The plotters against the perpetuity and unity of this' government, have been holding a "consultation," and have agreed upon a :platform " and a constitution for their gov ernment. We have received a neatly printed pamphlet copy of both these highly interest- ing documents, without the names of its au thors, or the place where it was agreed upon, or the imprint of the printer, or the mark of the poet office from whence it started. It pledges its adherents to use their best exer tions "to bring about an honorable, and, if possible, a peaceable separation of the South ern slave States from the Northern free States." Who are its leaders, who its follow ers, and their numbers and position are mat ters of which we are left in blissful ignorance. At all events, they seem to go a step in ad vance of the ...

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

" ' . . f"' II . ! . i a NASHVILLE: THtJ&SDAY MOIUSING, BEPTEMBEE 9,1858 S0T1CE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS. XfisUngte confine our business aa near -ss possible to the CASH SYSTEM, we have deter miaed hereafter to collect our subscript: tftix, witaia the city, Q.TJABTEB.L.Y. To carry 'feus dstenninationuito effect, we have placed oar whole city list in the hands of Mr. "WE.LIAH GILL, whe will make the collections, and also attend to the delivery of the Papers, and see that subscribers are served punctually. We hope this arrangement will he satisfactory to tril parties. Those who may desire tcfSaVe them elves the necessity of making four payments during the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in advance for the who) e year. Historical Society T Tenneanee. The September meeting of the Historical Society of Tennei-see was held at the Capitol ou Tuwday afternoon, 7th iust. In the nb- ;nce of the Frefident and Vice President, W. A. "Eichbai m, Emi., was callt d to the chair. The Cornf-ponding ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 9 September 1858

TTTTTT TTT1 TT1 nWTT -WW . , ,T , , . . -f- - - nm ,m m i limwni 'T M1WIi WWi WW .n.l T III I " I f I nW il II IIH . '!wi'igf tnw.ta.'' J''Jw.igyf g'gggf!g,, cgvpire;y,g-g;3!:? TjZ???. r"fi.'';;".JriV.'' rr---s-.aJ.r " ' 1. . - -V-1V, : a"T. .-i 1Xll)0le5alc;XDr0rrrirSe XdCtxitsrtU. rnrerirs, tit. all llare. Cinrinnali. Cinratinnal ar!nti0h; ,il V j 1 0 f I 1 ALL! MEETING, 1858. will commrfice on Monday, A? September 27th, with a sweepstake with three .year olds $300 entrance $100 forfeit. .Two niile Un. Eight entries, f-- . Eli Odom names br f Mary w"ylie, by. Albion, dam by Sovereign. . Ahto, names ch f, by Albion, dam Ann Chase, by Leviathan. Blythe It Guild name Hiawatha, by A!blpn,dain by Sovereign. W. G. Harding numx br f Tennessee by Epeilon, dam Kat Kmg.by lTiam. . Also, nnmri ch f by Albion, Ham Delta, by Prlaro. T. G. Moore names b f Betty Mancy, by .Shamrock, dam Ida' by Belahazsar. J V. T. Rmindtree muues ch f, by Glencoe, dam Jane Watson, by Priam. Also, names ch f, by ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 10 September 1858

. . . . . I- .w n ritrJfffifi'SW1 . . r - j r j -. - v . s r -'".:.''! J i t ii 1 ' ' l5 f r 'JJAU ILVTES OF ADVElaTHSC. . (tx uiiBs oa m to covstut ts sqcaxs. j One Square 1 day, 1 DO eat Ii ad'allnserboa S4 " 1 weeic, S no coi.h addit'al square 1 tS u Weeks, 4 SO " " t aa . .i monlh, 6 00 " " . " " i months ft 00 " 4 (0 -" " i 12 00 . . m :":- OS 44 ' " 6 " 18 00 " . 12 " 25 00 ' 10 Da " - , axxawAinji at nxasTBx. ' j ." i One Square, one year, S30 each additional square SI Written notice must be given to take out and stop ad varUscmenu of yearly atM-artiser before Uie year ex ptres, otherwise we shall charge till done. . Ko con tract of yearly advertisements will be d - Unued wiUtout previous notice to us, nor will aay eharga be made for less than one year at the yearly rales. Mjr Advertisers exceeding tha ipaoe contract ed, for wiU be charged for taa excess. -MM TERTISi . .. .. -a ; ' " Dailv, per annum-, ...... $8 00 ' Trt -Weekly, per annum, -.... 6 00 ; Weekly, per aaniuu, 0 ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 10 September 1858

. mw , : ... .... . " .. , - . . 4 0 i tlnaliiiillc patriot. - i ALLY 1 8 : ikl-W ElfcLY 5 i WEEKLY $3 JllTH,CAMP&COv, r-i .- PROPBIKTOKS. M ! - " w.hy. smiths i e Ira r. Jones, i aauon- '- Office. No. 1t$ Deaderfck 'Street " ifLIDAY ..SEPTEMBEB 10.1858 ..v iriiey at the Confeaalonal.' CoL Fobxet, late Mr. Euchaxax's other V df, Thtt&e a sperch on the 2d hint, at Tarrey .'town, b KTew York, in which he made a sort 'ot general confession of the part he played iu the great drama of -IIypociiFy and Corrup tion" enacted by his party in 1856, in Teun rylvania, and amongst other things didclofied the treachery of Mr. Bcchanax, on the Kan sas issues. ThC(e disclosures furnibh addi tional proof of the correctness of the charges ot the American press in 1857, that the ad ministration were the real authors of the Stanton-Walker policy to make Kansas a free State. The following are extracts from this speech of Mr. Fobxet : BCCHANAX'S POSITION ON THE KANSAS QUESTION ix 1856. Mr. Fokxet....

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 September 1858

r r? yctrr.r-if 'yj'ca'vx- '.zrj.'VK"" i1' i Y 5 "NASHVILLE: FRIDAY MOBBING.. ..BEPTEBTBEB 10, 1858 50TICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS. WisMnf? to confine oar business u near as possible to the CASH 8YSTEM, we have deter mined hereafter te collect our subscriptions, within the city, QUARTERLY. To carry this d 3 termination into effect, we have placed our whole city list in the hands of Mr. WILLIAM GILL, who will make the collections, and also attend to the delivery of the Papers, and see that subscribers are served punctually. We hope this arrangement will be satisfactory to all parties. Those who may desire to save them selves the necessity of making four payments during the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in advance for the whole year. MV We are authorized to announce Dr. JOHX L. CHEATHAM aa a candidate for Tor Councilman in the Filth Ward, at the ensuing election. acptlO-te To the Traveling Public. By reference to advtrtis mont in another column, it will wen that Mest-re Carter. Thomas...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 10 September 1858

mi Mil (Srorcrtru, etc. (Sxcttrmtti. s V il v ef (S&nfaticnhl. 'A Ctnrinnatfr SJAS11VIIaIa1 UACflS." m 9 , I - FALL MEKTTNw, 185?. will commence on lfondiy, Beptembcr 17th, with sweepstake witb three yea. olds S300 entrance S100 forfeit- , Two mile beat. Eight entries. . EU Odom names br f Mary fTylle, by Albion, darn fcy Sovereign. Aleo, Dames ch f, by Albion, dam Ann Chase, by Leviathan. Blythe k Guild name Hiawatha, by Albion, d.im by Sovereign. W. O. Harding Mnm br f Tennessee by Epsuod, dam Kate King, bv Priaoi. Mao, names ch f br Albion, dnm Delia, y Priam. T. G. Uoorn ntmrab f Betty Money, by Shamrock, dam I'll, by Bebbazzar. v . W. T. Roondtree names ch f, by Glencoe, dam Jane WaUrnn, by Prim. ' . - Also, names ch f, by Albion, dam by Priam. TVESIU Y, 23ni. Sweepstake with two your oM, one mile out (300 entrance 100 forfeit. Heven entries. James Jackson names ch f Kaur.y Bugg, by Am bassador, dam Ida, by IVblui7.ir. A. Barnes names b f, by Albion, dam Ann Cbase, by Levia...

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 September 1858

i . , '; i f 'i ': - . - - ' - y- i i s ; ; i : ? iff. " i r A i a A. . "r t - . w w f v HnnHH . A RATES. OF. ADVEHTISIXG. ( Tsar usTCS oa in re connui ia a aoCAjot. ) One Uquar. 1 day,- 1 00 each ad'al msert-aa t aO " " 1 week, S 00 cash addil'al square 1 i9 " i weeks, 4 60 l . " t 09 " " ? snoata, 6 00 " " m g c " ." ll moatftt 00 ." . ' " 4 SO " " t " 12 00 . " " " to -. 5 a laoo tre ... IS -- jj oo . TVTriS 10 00 KZXrWABLB AT FUASrSS. One Square, ooa year, $30 each additional square S10 . Written nodes must be given to takeoutaad stop ad vertisements of yearly advertisers before the year ex pires, otherwise we shall charge till done. - No contract of yearly advertisements will be discos tinned wttliout previous notice to us, nor will any charge be made for less than one year at Uie yearly rales. Ar Advertiser exceeding tit apace contract ed for will be charged for tb excess, .ear I -- - TERMS l """'" Daily, per annum, ag 00 Tri-Weekly, poraunum, 6 00 . Weekly, per annum, 3 00 On...

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 September 1858

"VT 1 rt ti 1 itasljmllc patriot. DAILY $t I tEI-WIXKLY$5: WEEXLTt3 feftlTII, CAMP 6c CO., ; . - rBomrrmas. W. HT. SMITH, 1 Editor. IRA P. JONES. I Office. No. 16 Deaderlck Street. 8ATTTBDAT- SEPTEMBZE U. 1S38 The Adi ilnlstrmtlon and the Tenuea- Demotrtcj. We bad trapposed that the Tennessee Demo cracy wu prepared to euxtain the admioUtra tiort in all thing. Ia addition to the well known subserviency of ita sub-leaders to the behests of the greater ones, the fact that Gov. A. V. Brown is one of the cabinet advisers of the President furnished a further reason that there 6bould be no discordant voices In the "harmonious" camp of the Tennessee Division. But it appears that this supposition has proved fallacious, and the Memphis Ap peal raines its voice in deprecation of the course of the President in the relentless war which that high functionary is waging on the .Little Giant" of Illinois. The thinking clacscs of the shams were doubtless prepared to stand a great deal of dictation 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. — 11 September 1858

'a NASHVILLE: SATURDAY MOEHIKO, U, 1858 X0T1CE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS. . . Wishing to confine oar business ai near as possible to the CASH SYSTEM, we have deter mined hereafter to collect oar subscriptions, within the city, QTTABTEBXY. To carry this determination into effect, we have placed our whole eity list in the hands of Mr. WILLIAM GILL, who will make the collections, and also attend to the delivery of the Papers, and see that subscribers are served punctually. We hope this arrangement will be satisfactory to all parties. Those who may desire to save the m selves the necessity of malting four payments during the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in advance for the whole year. - REMGioi-d Notice. The Rev. C. D. Elliott will preach at the Cottage Church on Sunday next. , Nashville Female Academy. The frioDds of this Institution, and especially the person al friends of Rev. C. D. Elliott, will be caucli gratified to learn that its patronage ha great ly increased. We learn that sixty...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 11 September 1858

(SroarifSjrttf. . iSxocixit$l etc. Onmtinnnl. (Ctnrinitatt. Eran5p0r!oti0n. 11J I) o 1 C5 a I r (0 r a rc r i e5 NEW DRUG , STORE. !. B. J. ELLS. 5 JO. X. BOOPRE. i- A.lL J02TE8 AYELLS, nOOPER & C0., , "WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEES HJ Drugi, Medicines, Chemi-.-cala, Faints, Varnishes. Oils, VyDye-stofix, Brashes of all' kinds, Perfumery, Fancy ar ticles, Fine "Wines and Li quors, (for Medical Purpos es,) Fine Cigars and Tobac co, Scotch and Maccaboy' Snuffs, &c. &c, No. 21 Cedar street, JNafehvflle Tennessee, AP.E noW receiving at their Store large and gen eral assortment T t'rcch Drug, Ac., for the 8'immer Trade, embracing every Uiing to be called for ilia Drug Store. They have also just received a larpe lot of Pure White Lead and Snow White Zinc in oil, which they will sell very low for cash. Thofe who wiRh to dis guise their old domicilii by giving them a new dress would do well to give the in a call. They have all the various colors, ground in oil, generally used by ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 September 1858

-"Tr '-TS. -'s--'i '-i:.; nsMnmMBSa . J lixTEs or AriJhTisG; ilasljuillc Patriot. OW Square 1 nay 1 0-.e.-b aailnr f . . t AM 1 week, 00 ecUaddit ala,u.M. 1 a. u 1 weeks, 460 j0 TERJlSl Dally, per annum, $S 00 Tri-Weekly , per annum, 5 00 Weekly, per annum, 3 00 On W eekly lor two years, or two Weeklies for otic year, in advance, 6 00 When the ImuIv, Tri-Weokly, or Weekly is to be discontinued (paid in advuncn at the tune subscribed Tor), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be continued, at our option, uiitil id for aud slopped. II not paid, it mnl bo anl at the tmio of discontiuu tnco, or at our option. If the party us good, it will be sell UDUl paid. Remittances by niall, iu ' registered" letter, at our nek. ; business (nrt5. - t mania, e oo ? i 1 a , f), 1 UoUlllS 9 00 ' M A " - 18 00 " - m JJ3 M." 28 00 - 10 00 wzxwaiua t rtsABr. OwcVjoare.-rme year $du each additional sqaare S10 n.'.D."''f" "bsf he given lo lake out and stop ad Vflrtasrmenl or yaarlV vj rvrtsser txrfor...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 September 1858

r -Try. I V V: t ft I x it, lasljutllc patriot: . LAILT S8 : TEIVWEEXIT $5 : WEEKLY $3 ftltllXII, CAJI P CO., FROPKTTOKS. . " HY. SMITH, 1 jj- ' IRA P. JOXKPjJ-" Ofttee No. 16 Ieadrl-k Street. MOUDAT SEPTEMBER 13. 1858 Barton Bond. The Union and American of Saturday calls In question the correctnww of the report of the Legislative Iuvcstijsrating Committee in it xUtement that the Governor (Johxsox) ne glected to take a bond from Dr. Burton, aa commlsbioner of roads, as required by law. Ia the coarse of their investigation, the Com mittee addressed a letter to Gov. Johnson, wiring him bow the fact who, to which he re plied, that accopding to his beet recollection, h did take the bond of Burton as required. After this, the Committee reported as follows, ad to the fact : "An act passed January 2Gth, 1846. makes it the duty of the Governor to require of the Secretary of State, before he enters upon the discharge of hia duties as Commissioner of Internal Improvemcnt,to execute a bond wit...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 September 1858

, 1 i t V s i a r i. r :r ri.. r'tii r. el l mi NASHVILLE: MONDAY MORSUTG-- -SEFIXJEBER 13, 1858 NOTICE TO CITY SCBSCMBERS. "Wishing to confine ear 'barine3 at near as possible to the CASH SYSTEM, we have deter mined hereafter to collect our subscriptions, withia the city, QUAXTEB.LY. To carry thia daUrmuration into effect, we have placed our whole city list in the hands of Mr. WILLIAM GILL, who will make the collections, and also attend to the delivery of the Papers, and see that subscribers are served punctually. We hope this arrangement will be satisfactory to all parties. These who may desire to save them elves the necessity of making four payments during the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in advance for the whole year. Cmsr's Gaiety Commkxcemext or tiie Rewicik Sk.v8n'.-Wc believe this commence ment will afford gratification to a liuye pro portion of our citizens who fee-land acknowl edge lht well regulated amusement is as eexeatuil to the relaxation of tli miiirt as elutaxe...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 September 1858

- .v rofciics, tic. (Dr0fcnc5rrif. nratinnal.- : Crimsportattan' Prnggists. Cincinnati. !Df)oIesglc rocertfs. " NEW DRUG STORE. '- ZK- H. J. WILLS. J!tO. M. HOOf-SII. WELLS , HOOPER & CO., WHOLESALE ASD BET AIL DEALERS 15 Maa-aa mpuvuv w ealavPaintn, Varnishc. Oils, Dye-etuffa, Brashes of alt kinds, Perfumery, Fancy ar ticle, Fine Wines and Li nnon, (for XedicaJ Purpos es,) Fine Cigars and Tobac co, Scotch and Kaccatoy Sauffj, Ac. Ac, Ko. 21 Cedar street, INasliville, Tennessee, ARK now receiving at their Store a large end gen eral assortment "of Fresh Irngs, Ac., for the ominer Trade, embracing- everything to bo called for to a Drue Store. They have also just received a large lot or Pure White Lead and Soow White Zinc in oil, which I bey will sell very low for cash. Thot-e who wish to dis guise their old domicile by giving them a new dress would do well to give them a rail. They have nil the various colors, ground in oil, generally used by Faint era Those who want Pure and Fres...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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