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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 25 September 1858

'RATES Ff ADVERTISING. j j : . j i i v . . . .. ... ' " (t lotm ok in re ouDanTirnr a at-AjuL ) "ue Square 1 day. 1 00 each ad al injMruoa M " M 1 week, -i 00 sschaddit'ajaquar. 1 b . :lii.-i4H. .-.t. m s oe - month, "6 00 " - in 1 monUiAt 8 OO " m 4 ,. " )l-,t;0-?( ft " ''-' J 00 " - 1(1 JrjrxxwAii at rLBAsrss. One Square, one year, aso each additional square $10 Wr.uen notice must be given to take out and atop ad vert let m sou of yearly adrartuers before the year ez pirea, olbttrwuie we anall cbarg till done. . Noeunira4AW yearly (WTttrueeiuems will be discon tioHed wnVtut previoiuiaouce to ua,nur wiilany cbarg e be auule for less Uvea one year al the yearly rate. e" Advertiaera exceeding taa apace contract llttsljuillc patriot. toe i oo o 10 lO 00 110 ad - et Dilr, per annum, . .... Trl-Weekly , per annum, , 5 00 Weekly, per annum, 8 00 One Weekly f"T two years, or two Weeklies fur mie year, in advance, ; 5 00 ' When the Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly U to be discontinued ( iwiid ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 25 September 1858

Hasfytttlf Patriot DAILY $8: TEI-WEIKLT tfi : WEEKLY $3 BY SMITH, CAttI & CO. If. at. Ucmt, A. CJIT, THC. C-LLS-VWca, IE- F. WM. W.HY. SMITH, lwaorfc IRA P. JONES. J Offlee. No. 10 IaadrlcT-: ftrt. ATUBDAT SEPTEMBER 28. 1858 The Woner Qnioo. . We rcpubliHhed yesterday the Bank propo sitions, submitted and adopted at a meeting of leading democrat beld In this city on Wednesday, the 22nd inst.; and nove propose very briefly tr review those propositions. The first "assumes that it would be unwise policy to recharter any of the existing Banks. This unquestionably commits the meeting against continuing any banks now In exist ence after their present charters expire. But does it commit the meeting, the committee, or anybody else against incorporating new banks? It may hare been so intended, but we submit that it does not so express. In this respect it is equivocal, but characteristic. The second recommends such reforms in our currency during the existence of the present banks as 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. — 25 September 1858

m - r r A I VI I J n NASHVILLE; SATURDAY M02JOTG, STPTEMBEa 2f , 185 NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS; Wishing t eoaBA m basine as near aa possible to the CASH pf Stilt, we have deter nuned iereaftrr tt oUect oar subscription!, ritfila tie ilty, &TJABTEILLY. To carry this ftteriAVaationinto effect, we have placed our whole city list in th 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 daring the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in advance for the whole yean Thb Capitol Exhibition. tt was a happy thought of the II stories! Soek-ly, that led to eAiAg up the Exhibition which is now opc-ii Ut the State' Capitol.' It t -inbract-s a large proportk'ii cf tbe bt works "of art to be found In Ibe State. The colh'ction of paint ing, is one of rare ix-a...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 25 September 1858

J "'prnijflists; ...... r.'-yz.' . . : rifrrirs. tic. 'CfniittBU; pools, Shots. v&c R. S. H0LLINS '& CO., 1 A (Erqnspartation. f a ' NEW fiRVG STORED B. . ,., WILLS. 1 1 V oV at" Boonta. a. B. josk WELLS. nOOPER &"'C0.. TvmOLSAL AND RETAIL SEALERS EN Drug, Medicinei, Cnemi eala, Fainta, Yarnishe. Oils, Dye-atolli, Brnahea of all kind., Perfumery, Taney ar ticle, Fine Winea and Li quor, (for Medical Purpos es,) Fine Cigars and Tobac- fi Maccaboy ' BanSs, Ac., fte., No. 21 Cedar atreet, t .Nashville, Tennessee, ABE now receiving at their Store a large and pen era I assortment of Freeh Drugs, Ac, for the Bummer Trade, embracing everything to be called for to a Ini(r Store. They have also Just received a large lot of Pure White Lead and Snow White Zinc in nil, which they will sell very low for cash. Those who wish to dis guise their old domicilii by giving them a new dress would do well to give thrm 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. — 27 September 1858

" f f 1 1 ' 5 r ? llasljuillf patriot. RATES OF ADVERTISING. . - yt.-. . 'H t.;.i (tb Luras oa una 10 oo.vsrrrrr a aticaaa. ) rti. Square 1 day, f l 00 each ad 'al Insertion I bo M -l weak, , S 00 1 each aildAVal Bquara 1 M - " ..8 week, 40- e- " , ,jw t 0 " " ? BAOnth, S 00 " " to " " t montL y 00 " " " 4 " 44 t II 00 ' " " t " " 6 18 00 - " t ta " " 11 2JM " " " 10 0 aawrwABLX at rtiAsntx. One Sqoare, on year, taa each additional iqoare $10 . Written aouce must be given to take owt aad atop ad vertisrmenu of yearly advertiser before th year ex pire, oiherwsj w shall charge till don.- No contract of yearly advertisement will ba discoa tin aad w:tiout pr.viou. notic to oa, nor will any charge be mad. for lea than aa year at ta yearly rate. Advertiser exceeding the .pact contract d for will be charged for the exceaa, TKH.MSi Daily, per unam, $ 00 Tri-Weekly, pr aunum, ... 6 00 Weekly, per annum, . 3 00 One Weekly for two yearn, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, 6 00 When tbe ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 27 September 1858

-r-". -v--7" .A t ! i. , i r 5 f Uttsljutlle Patriot. 1 AILT S8 : TRI-WEXXLY t5 : WECTLT C3 ! ... , . by s.nixn, cajip a co W, kr. iijTB, A. S. CUTF, YHOB. ClUfcDllk , !U T. JOVTS. - .. . W. HY. SMITH, ,V ! .. utAP.Jo.vEs. gi"--Offlre. o. 16 ladrrij-k treet. Monday,.. SEPTZMEEE 27. 1858 A rhlted MUf Bnk. Bince the monetary convult-ion which star- tied the country lout a year since, mnch baa lx-en said in rrgard to the advantage of a National Bank in such a crisis. The discus sion of tbe suhjict has not. however, made any considerable impression upon the popu lar roiud not enough, at any rate, to induce any political party, either in the North or in the South, to prop)ee the t-Btabliehuunt of an institution of thin character to fnrnibh a sound currency. The old whig party, in the heigb day of its propperity and power when it was ted hy the gallant, chivalrous Clat, and the invincible "Webster and at a time when the people knew something of, becauKe they had experienced, the benefits ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 27 September 1858

J B, J w. - 0 ' 1 o NASH VI X LE KONDAT KOBJUyO.- SZPTEMBEE 27,1858 "NOTICE TO CITY SrOTIBERS. "Wishing to confine our btuineaa as near as possible to the CASH SYSTEM, we have deter mined hereafter to eollect our subscription!, within the city, QUARTERLY. To carry this d-Jtermination 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 f the Jpapers, and soe that subscribers axe served punctually. We hope this arrangement will be satisfactory to all parties. Those who may desire to save tk em selves the necessity of making- four payments daring the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in avance for lie whole year. .Municipal Election. B. low we give the official vote for Mayor, Ali nn. n, aul C'lUtu-ilmen in this city y- J VOTK FOR MAYOR. WiKW. M'Rvwk. Cuoi-j.nji. fJooi-sitviA. IIaiij. j. i ii i:s. j5 2.1 9 M 43 2-i ni 7 4.1. 117 11 1"- 7 5:h 121 'il 4 10 r.t!i i:w 1 40 27 7t' t-r, i 7 17 n -b.i...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 27 September 1858

rnrrrtcs, t tc. (Btoccxm, rtr. prDjjaisffl.- Cincinnati HJIjalfsole i&TMtxm. (Eransporlation. i:i! I i a a i 1 Ttmr TkTTTrt x omATiW v. tn. uu n -r m r. ri. aa. a. . iu, m sr aonrn. a. k. mm WELLS,' nOOPER & CO., WHOLESALE AST) BET AIL DEALERS DT Drug,- Kadiciaea, Chemi Mil, Paints, VsA-nisbea. Oili, Dyt-ctvflb, Brushes of all; kinds, Perfumery, Fancy ar ticles, Tine "Wine and Li quors, (for Medical Pnrpoa- as,) Fine Cig&n ana todso- t Scotch, and Maccaboy 1 f infft, Ac Ac, So. 21 Cedar street, Nasliville, Tennessee, ' ARE now receiving at their Store a large and gen eral assortment of Fresh Iirucs, c., for ttie Fummer Trade, embracing everything to be called fur in a Drug Store. They have also jnst revived a large lot of Pure White Lead and Snow White Zinc in oil, whirb tbey will sell very low for cash. Those who wish to dis guise their old dotnicils by riving them a new dress would do well to five tbrra a call. They have all the various colors, ground in oil, generally...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 28 September 1858

j The two lt ; pi r rn li. u- b, m La Ilia nr I ajui u , P Tl fiii tut t V r t ilU IS w bt k All rernj or t) piei ilosljuilli. patriot. TEBlUSi Daily , per annum, $8 00 Tri-Weekly-, per annum, 6 00" Weekly, ier annum, 8 00 One Weekly lor two year, or two Weeklies for oue year, id advance, ............. 6 00 When the Daily. Tri-Weekly, or Weekly to lobe discontinued (part m advance at the time subscribed Cor), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be continued, alcair opium, until ud for ami stopped, tl not id, it must be paid at the time of discootinu tnce, or at our option. If the party m good, it will be leu until paid. Rem.uai.cea by mail, in " registered" letters, at our risk. " justness (Carts. &. CAHTUK, C03I3IISSION 31 Ell CHANTS, Central AgrnU and Collectors, As. 94 C'lXMEKCE .STltKKJ, iljSHiOitERTtALA. HAVING ample Woraae, are prepared to receive uu.i laakc Uberal advances on Consignment UeB oeaired. KFKBKNCK H. Far!ev, Jury k Co., S.V- 'I. Hallman, Esq., Hiila. ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 28 September 1858

J Patriot la! ' ; DAILY $8 : TEI-WZUO.T t: WEEXLY$3 o Bt SOTIXII CAMP etc CO. Kr. at. hen, ). a camt, thou, calixsdss, ika r. joam. . f. HT. SMITH, 1 wfi, " hfflee. Ho. 16 Dead erielt Street. TTJXSDAT. ....szrnaoza 28, isss Executive) Interference In Election rebuked by Got. Joae. The 'contest m Illinois between Senator Douglas and the black republican Lincoln, progresses witb Increased spirit and enthu siasm. Doroios is making the greatest straggle of his life, and there wonld be no doubt of hi triumph were It not for the in terference of President Bcchaxax and his office holders, who are doing all they can to secure the success of the abolition repabli can candidate. This interference, although winked at in some quarters, especially in the South, by democratic leaden and organs in the service of the President, or hungrily awaiting the falling crumbs from his table, is making a deep impression upon the minds of honest, reflecting democrats, who feel the im portance of keeping the b...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 28 September 1858

N ASH V I L L E : TUESDAY MOEBTffG, EEPTEMBER 28, 1858 NOTICE TO CITT: SUBSCRIBERS. ' n - Wishing to confine our bnalnesa M near as possible to the CASH SYSTEM, we have deter mined hereafter to collect our subscription, within the city, QUABTESLY. To carry thie determination into effect, we have placed our whole city list in the hands of Mr. WILLIAM GILL, who will make the collection, and also attend to the delivery of the Papers, and see that subscriber are served punctually. We hop this arrangement will be satisfactory to all parties. Those who may desire to save them elves the necessity of making four payment! during the year, can, if they prefer it, pay ia advance for the whole year. The New Mayor and Cltjr Council. The Mayor elect, Randal W. Mac Gavocx. E.q.. although a prominent democrat, did not make the can rum on party grounds, having b.ome a candidate at the instance of citizens rppnwd to him iu politics. The dem ocratic vote, lmwever, was, in the main,. given to him; but ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 28 September 1858

1 f J- at X-c-z-tTS Prists. (Drorc ftopxlC) Is (Cincinnati. (SrtTffncs.iCtf. vl. i 1 .A artotion.. o HEW DRUG STORE; ' M a. 4. wzua. ,ro. bsVnu-b. ' a. a. joi . WELLS,CHOOPER & CO., X I WHOLESALE AUD BFTAIL DEALEES UT Drags, Xedieinss, Chemi sals. Paints, Tarnishes. Oils, Dys-stnfie, Brushes of all . kind, Perfumery, Fancy ar ticle. Fine Wines and Li quors, (for Medical Purpos es,) Fine Cigars and Tcbao- K( eo, B cote a ana JasecaDoy t SaufTs, Ac fto., Ko. 21 Cedar street, fNasliville, Tennessee, ABE now reeetvins at their Store a lar(re and gen eral assortment of Fresh Itrufrs, fcc.t for the Summer Trade, embracing everything to be called for in a Drag Store. They have also Juiit received a large 1ft of Pnre i White Lead and Snow White Zinc in oil, which they will aell very low for cub. Those who wish to dis aoise their old domicile by giving them a new drees would do well to give tbrm a call. They- have all the various colors, ground in oil, generally used by Paint . "Those wh...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 September 1858

------- - ---- ; : " " " &sr?6i''s '7 w mi li in mi in,,,, jn xxtBamnaiaaHsmmaBBKatmmKmmnmmmmBmmmBmaBmmKKM tuimammmimmmmammmmamamammmmmtamatmtmmmmm.- naaSMVBBBBaaEaaMan , ' : ' ' ' i i . -. tew?" IIATIIS OF ADVKUT1SING. Ilasljuillc patriot. f ft 1 ( wrf uir-w em lw to ririnrrri wkiBahk. tie Square 1 day,. $ 1 00 ect td'ai tnaerOoti i . ' - " ' lwi'kf S 0 each adciVai square 1 tw " 2 weeks, 4 W " - " S O u " mouth, 00 - "T-z.: tb a morons 9 oa, - . V t- V)l'el"-. 41 i. u 1 a i l.i.ly, p"rann :m, . 8 00- 'In-Weekly, per ani.um, 4 'Hi Weekly, per annum, 5 'JO .iih weekly lor two yers, or two Weeklies for oueyeur.ui auvauce, 00 '.rteu the J'i', Tri-Weekly, or Weekly is to be Ji-iriJuUmeii 0 -a id in alwuce at the Lino. uWr.b'-d ; r the. schs- nb-r must order, nthcrwe it M he C i..t'iuu d, at our i-pLou, until patu lor uu 1 stopped, i, i.-it paid, .t ui.n-n I"' pad ut the time t' il, r..:Ljau at uiu' upt.ou. Ii ti party a, s'ooj, il wni be ?c:i i.nt.l '. ,U,B ujw ii by mail, in " rur...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 September 1858

Itosljtmlc Patriot 1 AHY tS : TW-W2EXLY tfl : WEEKLY 3 BY 8TIITIIt CAMP 4c COi w. it. umou, A. a. CAr, noa. caummd, iaa t. ton W. HY. SMITH, fjrQart. IRA P. JON RS, a Office. No. IS PMderitk Street. WEDITESfiAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1858 Xh President and the EnfflUh Bill. A large majority, if not all. the democratic candidates for Congress in tbe Northern States, have declared that they are in favor of the admission of Kancu, to noon as she makes application with a constitution duly ratified by the people, notwithstanding tbe restriction in the Conference Bill. Mr. Eng lish, himself, the putative father of that bill, has taken this position. A number of the sham democratic organs of the South oppooe this course with great vehemence. There ap neara to be imminent danger of a aplit among them on the "compromisi." The Congressional wire-workers, in eftVct, referred the L-comp-ton constitution back to the people, with the restriction that if they should fail to vote themselves into the Union un...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 September 1858

NASHVILLE: "WEDITESDAI M0E5UIO SEPT. 29, 1858 NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS. "Wishing to Conftne our business as near ts possible to the CASH SYSTEM, we have deter mined hereafter to collect our subscriptions, within the city, QUABTEELY. To carry this determination into effect, we have placed our whole city list in the hands of Mr. WILLIAM ILL, 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 making four payments during the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in advance for the whole year. The Races. Second Dn.Tk re was again a large attendance t the track. The first race, sweepstake single dash of a mile, for two year oil?, 3300 entrance. $100 f .rteit feven enTrk-.. three Marled. Itotmdtree's horse wa tbf f;v.r':t: og:ii!ir-t the field, at an early hour; the night 1m fr; however. Calgy's was...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 September 1858

' aisoaiaj. T i. . j. wjrTl. fcro. v. noorE. a. u. joxa HOOPER & CO., TOLLS, I WHOLESALE AND BET AIL DEALERS DT Drags, Medicines, Cherei' nil, Paints, Varnishes. Oils Dye-stuffs, Emshes of all kinds, Perfumery, Fancy ar ticles, Fine Wines and Li- 4 aura, iur mcuicai ultvirVI j'"!' as.) Fine Cierara and Tobae- f a-?.-!?V eo, Scotch and Maceaboy Saufli, &c.;&c.,! No.' 21 Cedar street, .asliTil!e, Teiincssfe, ARF now receiving at their Store a large an 1 gen eral assortment or Fresh Drugs, Ac, for the Punimer Trade, embracing everything to be called Tor tn a Drug Store. They have also Jaft received a large lot I rure V. fcite Lead and Snow White Zmc in oil, which they will sell very low for cafh.- Thofc who wifh to diB auise their oid rtomicils by givu.g them a new drcs wonl'I d well to (five them a c.ilL They har all the various colors, ground in oil, generally used by Taint 'fTlioee who want Pore and Fresh Drugs and Sledi ine wjll do well to give them a call. . p. ?. Pres...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 September 1858

-a. : !. 1 1. '1 . a . l t i j Itosljoillf IJfltnut. HATES OF A 1) V E 11TI S 1 A C. . 1 t TO nWS Cm LM TO CaXVnTt-Ttf A IwitAlia.) 7 IT 1 on.; M oquaxa i nay, 1 IXl eaea U iU ina4-rtion $ tO a W4-OA,,, 4 VUW " " ' 2 weeks, '4 bd month, e W l to J JLJ JLiJ 2 oe oo " 4 ( a to " ti. Paiiv-, p.r annum ' $S (Hi Tn-V- .okiv. i .-r:u :.- ;. 0 OH Wo-kly, ' r a.-.ii: !.. 8 CO l-' kil l'Tlu I or two We.-i.iiCS :.r y.;.r. m '. 5 ' Wr.an the J .!, 'in-Weekly. t Weekly is to ! lis- .,!l:uu-il ("pant in :i..val!.e ut the t.ne S'lb-ei it.,--.! "...I. I'll" subs. i.lT in -t order, til.'. Wise it will lie o nit i;i -fi . -'-ir .pt on, "Mil I aid for and nn;i!' I. t. ... .ii.:, il must b ! 1 at .! lilic' i,f ili-i i.ti 1- : ..t ii ir ,.l.oii. il tie- pa. ly is ", il w.ii no k-i. i ;.: i ft --iiiiiiin.ee. bv iria.l, in f-'i'Mi'ie-!'' I. tier--. :.i our " 1 nonius- 9 00 " A4 " " i, " 12 00 '44T 44 " " S IS 00 , " " "12 " 24 00 - " ( i ' i RXXTWAS1E AT NUtJlK i'i'i I 10 no PUBLISHED DAILY, TBI-WEEKLY, ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 September 1858

teljpiUc pntriot. I AILY 8 : TBX-'WEI.KLT t5: WEEKLY t3 HV SMITH, CAMP & CO. W. T. SMITH, A. . CAUr, THOU. CAUMXD1C, IRjt T. Jd.MS. IRA P. JON ES. rAUOrt- - office. No. lO ldrl-U Street. THimSBAY. SEPTEMBER 80, 1858 a Ida. John Hell. Tbe distinguished American Senator, Mr. tlr.W. made ft ppo-ch in tlie Senate, on tliu 26tb of May lust, on the financial affair of Ibe Government. We laid it aside for jml.li cation at a- future Aaj, wben the people of Tennessee, lginninjT to look to the adoption by the parties which divide them, of Hm policy to rid the country of the monetary and financial evils of the day, would not per mit its lewonn to pasn without calm and thoughtful consideration. Believing that the time lias arrived, we shall commence the re publication of t!ie Fp"ech to-morrow. It is one of the ablest of Mr. Dtus fiortp, and exhibits the far reaching sagacity and Hfatc manship for which he is distinguieaicd among the public men of the nation. The National InkUigenetr, on lay...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 September 1858

N AS II VI L L E : THURSDAY MOSinKO SEPT. 30, 1858 Nashville IIices. Third Day. Previous to the fiturtiuj: of the borses there appeared to le more intere-t inaiiife.-t.d in regard to the result of the race ywterday, than any previ ous race of the wek. This wan owing to the high reputation, an racers of the borne en tered a-ach having been successful on many a well contested field. There was a very fair crowd in att' iidauce, the day wan fine, and every thing went w 11, Inuring cloud of dust thai were driven about incessantly by the carelewx wiudu, mnc!i to the annoyance of the tpectator doiibtlef! tsomewhat to to the horses engaged i;i the rc Owing to the previous dry weather, the track wan bad in order for tirw, leing very deep in sand and dust wortw than it haw Ueu known for years. The mix' was for the club purse of $2.10 t-vo mile heats. Jenny Ror and Kale lliys were the entries. The latter was the favorite at two to one that is, offers of this kind were mad , but very few of lln...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 September 1858

(Sroccrifs, etc. Pnifigists. (Onrinnafi. tUfjalcsale (5r0fcrtc5." apC0t5. f)0f5, xIrtin5pnrfntion. lM"- rofcrifs, etc. I NEW DRUG- STORE. i. . j. wEtia. Jim. orwtw. - -a. a. jois WELLS, , HOOPER & CO., I WHOLESALE JlSD RETAIL DZALEEJS EST Drugs, Medicines, Chemi cals, Faints, Varnishes. Oils, Sye-atuffs, Brashes of all kinds, Perfumery, Fancy ar ticles, Fine Yines and Li quors, (lor aiecicai rurpcs- rjsl T-Xt es,) Fine Cigars ar.d Tobac co, Scotch and Maccahoy " "" 1 ' 1 ' Snriia, &c &c, No. 21 Cedar street, JasliTillf, Teiinessee, BE Dow recerr'rg at their Store a la r (re and gen y eral aysot tmjM, of Fresh Drug,, Ate., for tlio Summer Trad, embi a:ins everything to be calied for in a Itrug Store. Ybcv have also Just received a large lot of Pure l,;ieI,cad and Mio-lVliieZ;nc in oil, which they v ill sell very low for cash. Tho who wish to dn j; a:, their old dnniieilsi by fivinifltii m Uf dres wriniu lo well to givo tle-m a cull. They have all the wun cnior, grouul in ...

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