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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 30 September 1857

Bs-gj . -.:.?,;.. T V--':-W .WPSt.tWniWl-JHW.'-'''"-' " ""' NA8UFILLB PATRIOT, ffrom il. S. t' C LIE LL. late f the n-nf SttUf , TiaCfif , Otrtx 1 5cfli United t:at and Newrjper 'AdrerfUins Agent, Moat' buiUiiSi gg Broad way, New York. I V ' ? ' rCBUSHKD . DAILY,' TBI'WUEKLV k WE L T, - BT r' SMITH, CAMP & CO., ' W. UT.SKIT, 4.. t. CA.Kr, T08. CiLLI'OII. . f. JOBIS Office, So. IS Dead-rich Street. Tally, per annum, . 8 00 5 00 3 00 3 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum,. weekly, per annum...... One Weakly for two year , or tw Weekliee for one year, in advance, PATE VT EL1STIC FIRE & WATER-PI100F CEMENT ROOFING. Trf.t.derlf;r-.ed are prepared to introduce ,ntJ"'n TCC FIR.E ASD WATKri-r-ROO? CEMENT RO"Hf",Mi . . . . h . .ii.ntion nf Arr.lteet. bo! lers. rn"' panes, and tbe public to examine its superiority over Koolne. -, ,., rn l ARCHITECTS AST) BT7TLDESS ex vni-e thi Ito-flag, a. It ia better "Vroo-i -Vningln -- The tntUal form aha'- D'' Vn ban aay smooth sur- V . " " ir eta-tic. and C...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 30 September 1857

sat square CfeS nsPf fatrifll. : ClILY 8; TET-V7EZZ1Y 5: WEEKLY $3 W. ay. SMITH. THOLCALltlStJU I. T. cstmr, CAMP & CO., Proprietors. Wt HT. SMITH and ISA P. J02TE3, Editors. 09m Ala 10 t i s i Deaderick KtreH. !loveiiietitsi of We tern Produce It is obvious tbat real and permanent relief from the monetary pressure, now felt gereralljr and with more or less severity in oil oar commercial centres, can oiil be expected through the prompt tod gen era movement of western produce to tbe sea-board. Tbe wheat of the West, now ready or nearly read for market, is tbe substantial means of liquidation ...... . to which the country must look for the payment of lu debts, the resublisbment of confidence, and the restoration of tbe equilibrium of trade now so sdlv, and ale o unnecessarily, disturbed. After the wheat will come the coro, then the cotton and the provision crops of the country to keep up the ac tivity of a system of business exchanges necessary to the vitality of trade. Wheat, how...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 30 September 1857

t NASHVILLE: "Wednesday Horning; September SO, 1857 OfficiaUournal for Publishing the Post Office better List. Notice to Transient AdvcrlUerkt All transient advertisements in this paper, most be paid I or at the time they are handed in otherwise they will not be inserted. Transient Job Work matt be paid tor on delU Very. - - IWecliaiilc.' I alr--l, I Daf lor Euledn?. Person who intend to enter articles for com petit:on or exhibition at the Mecbacica' Fair wilt beir io mind that this is the last day appropriated to that purpose. Competition is open forall'pec imna from this or other States. -' The 'Board of Directors authorise os to state that they will gladly rpceive specimens of Fine Arts, Curiosities, Relief, &c, calculated to add to the interest of the exhibition, without charge for entering. The orject of the Directors U to make the exhibition as attractive as po-aible-. J2f" The Northern Bank of TfMinwf, included in our yesterday's' list of dscr. dited bunks, has sat e5ed a...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 30 September 1857

OTinmiii'AitEfoaE, rn X XT HARDWARE, CUTLERY. GUNS, TOOLS, fhinil the f .Howing, Doub'eandMngI: ; barrel shot Poeket and T ih'e Cutlery. Cpen'-r' and Blacksmith Tools. . Axes of every description make. T A 'ar anrfceflt of LoeM Hnres and "crew . Flub and 8q are Shovel.. "P" J"'1 IT?" Grind-too.-, Crank, end Rol ler. - . ' ' ' WilCrar Cot and Pitt Kn. Cotton. Wool and Horsa - Ca.ru.. Traee, Halter. v,a?on ana Loz Chains. eeand Collsr. Pews and MB'tocVs. Corrr Combs and Horse Brashes. 7 -tf PI(J, a"d Pi o PISHEE, WHELE3S & CO., OTfOV. Tobacco. Storage. G"''!'' fke.fre O Prdure Merchant., corner Iirod"Vt "nMoB ti all K.ahville.Tenn., will demote paroeular ttea?v9 f" feusinear: intm-ted to the")- - ; 1 ISTEAM ENGINES AND ELLIS & MOORE, HATTVO ma'e important add-on to oar machinery rre5, Inereawi our Etrilltias, for -anufactnrin Ba Eso nd Machinery of every deacription are no-. Seared to manufacture flteam Engines and hollers eqa. K"t of flni" and daraM.it, to any made in the War...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 1 October 1857

aggg.!s: NASHVILLE PATRIOT, PUBLISHED DAILY, TttLWEEKLY & WEEKLTt , BT SMITH, CAMP & CO., w. by. kith. 1. i.cur, tbob. cillikdik. t.r. josbs. Office, No. 16 Deaderick Street. HEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS. From H. S. SCHELL. late of the firm of Skuxui, VisacM, Owks A Sraox, United States and Foreign Newspaper Advertising Agent) SloCat' Baadicg,SW5 Broad way, New York. ' Ml Wis Htl W Dally, per annum, ... - . 8 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum, 5 00 Weekly, per annam, 3 00 One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one year. Id advance 5 00 THE WATSOX $10 SEWING MACHINE. ABOUT the 20th day of Aagmt, 136. I wss employed by He tar. Wats-n, Wooster A Co., composed of Wm. C. Watson, Morris Ko-ghl, and Oeorge H. Woofter, to manufacture Sewing Machine, which were known a the "ffuon Ten DolUr Fewiog Machine." That thereafter I rece'vel a notice from the coudm-1 of 0 B. Po ter and N. Wheeler, mentioned in the annexed copy of irj nelfon. informing roe that these Machines were an infringement cpo...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 1 October 1857

0A.IL7 f 8; TEI-"V7EEZLT $5: WEEKLY $3 w.ht. smith, a.s. cxmr. THOS.CALLKNDIK. i. p.jonaa. SMITH, CAMP & CO., Proprietors. WVHY. SiHTH and IRA P. JONES, Editor. Office Wo. 19, t t t t t Deader! ek Htreet. A Itcmfedy Proposed.. Notwithstanding the distre-pd condition of our money market, there is a l.ir eurpla ia ihe Uni ted States Treasury, and many a longing glance bas been cast at the overflowing coffers of the Goverti hient and divers means suggested bywLlch the sur plus hoarded up in the treasury Tuks miht be nude, to rniuHter to tbf re'i ol the money market in the present crisis. The editor of the Charleston Nevis, who has con?iderib!i reputation as a politic al economist, suggests as a measure of relief that "an advance should be made by the Government, of the surplus of twenty millions which has accumu lated in the Independent Treasury, to such of the banks in our chief cities as would secure repayment by the pledge of United States or State stocks." Commenting on this su...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 1 October 1857

NASHVILLE: Thursday Morning, October 1, 1857. OfiicialJout iial lot Publisliiug tlte ' Post Office letter List. Apprentice.. Wanted at this office two f.-T to earn the printing business. Boys from the countr pre ferrcd. Below we give a statement of tbe condi tion ot the Bank of Nashville, made by its offi cers. Taking this showing, the assets are ample to satisfy all liabilities, and to leave a large sur plus, without touching the private property of the owners. The statement shows assets amount i 11 to $U5,23i) 50 to pay an indebtedness of $3'Jl,4.3-i 27. This will relieve the creditors of ull further apprehensions : Condition of the Uunk of NaauvlUc, October 1 1857. ASSETS. Discounted Notes, tT73,608 10 Domestic Hills. luy.WH 30 Protested Bill and Notes, 5.(,4'3 SM.IcO 4 j Stocks SI.!M3 73 l)ue from Bauks aud Bankers, 4(j,:tn7 Hanking House, (coat,) 2!.;23 14 Cash iu hand r-.iilO 37 Heal Ltate ,' 00 Bank Furniture, 1,3 00 30,i:3O 30 LIABILITIES. Due Depositor, on Certificates and ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 1 October 1857

NEW HARDWARE STOUE, ; 47 ITIATIKr.X STREET. WIT. H. MINCHIIT,' DEALER IK HAFIDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, TOOLS, &c I nx' door to V Barns', a laree and w.ll ve. rotJ"'- '.-.t"";': Usher1. time. Amontr the leading articles now on band will be found the fallowing. Tit : Poeket anrl TihV Cntlerv. Doable and ?iogle barrel ihot Carpenters' and Blacksmiths' Ours Mill, Cros Oat and P;tt 9a wa. Tools. Axea of every description mike. A lare assortment of Lock Hinee and ?crew Flush and Sq ara B"i . Fhiveis. PpilM 'j1 Grindstone, Crank and Rol lers. Bid- and PUfnN. Cotton, wool and Hone Cards. Trace. Halter. Wiron and Loi Chains. Tames and Collar. P cks and Mattock. CurrT Combs and Horse Crashes. ,,. T -tf FISHER, "WHELESS & CO., (SUCCESSORS TO JOHNSOV, H0RNE CO.) OTTOV, Tobacco, Storage General Commission and I . n w i u...,t n t Market streets. j . ...rnlir attention to all nillTlllQ, ICUU.i Will UC.V.v ,. - jolv9 tf. business intrustel to them. STEAM ENGINES AND ELLIS & MOORE, TTAVING ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 2 October 1857

NASHVILLE PATRIOT, PUBLISHED DAILTi TBl-WEEKLI A AYEEK.LY, , ; ' :- " --- BY r ' . ' SMITH, CAMP CO., W. BY. SMITH. A., t. CAM, TH08. CaLLBBBB. t. . JO IS. Office, Ke. IS Deadertck Street. WaaMie. Daily, per idiid, 9 00 5 00 3 00 5 00 i ri- rr eemy, per annum,. ..................... .... Weekly, per mourn, On Weekly for two years, or tar Weeklies for .one year, in advance, THE WA1SOX STLO SEWIiG MACHINE; ABODr the 80th day of Aogu f, 18 6. I was employed hy Hessra Wats n, Wooster Co.. eompo-ed of Wm. C. Watson Morris Ea ghi. and C-eorge H. Wooster, to n anufacture Sewing Machice-i, which were known si the w ion Ten Doll.r t-'ewing Machine.'' That thereafter I received a notice from the coumel of O B. Po'ter aad N. Wheeler, mentioned in the annexed copy of Injunction, informing me that these Machine! were an infringement upon Letters Patent hich they ovtni, a-d-that suits wo ddhe in hated against mr, unless I should otherwise settle with them. Thin notice I b ndtd to Sir. Wooster, oi...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 2 October 1857

J - V"- - """"" it 1 - f (Lj)c.las atriot. DULY J 3. TBI-WXEXIY $5: WEEKLY $3 r.BV.SXITSt. .. TO..CaLI.ElHVa. I.r.JOHaa. SMTH, CAMP & CO., Proprietor.. W. HT. SMITH and ERA P. J0ITE3, Editors. Offlea t t t : Detsdertck (street. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1857. Gen. l'Mllow Iteply. At the sacrifice of our usual variety we republish this morning the reply of Gen. jpillow to the letter of Gen. Hitchcock. Maury County, Sept 25, 1857. In my recent address to the people of Tennessee, riving the secret history of the Puebla negotiations with the relations I bore to the Government, and to the "Trist Mission," and the part I r erformpd in d -feating those negociations, I waa careful to avoid everything of a personal or party character. I made a simple statunent of facts, and referred to the war office at Washington, where the proof of those facta would be found. I anticipated that these rii-c.ofures, would Ptart up a fie-h the whole pack of blood hounds, who have pursued me, with so much iieiceu...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 2 October 1857

NASHVILLE: Friday Morning, October 2, 1857. Official Journal for Publishing tlie Post Office better List. Apprentices. Wanted at this office two b ts to ea n the printing business. Boys from the country pre ferred. Suspension In Baltimore. It appears from the remarks of tbe Biltimore Patriot of the 28th u!t., that the suspension of the banks of that c'uy was Dot caused bj tbe want of ability on their part to meet all the demands tipoti them, but to prevent their coio from being drawn out for PhiUnielpbia. Tbe Patriot aajs : The eupension of fpecie payment yesterday by t)e Philadelphia hanks and other bkiof? institu tiot.a throughout Penn-ylvania rendered it certain that pr. f'vn demand would be made upon the Baltimore Bank for coin to-Jay, and hencefor waid ttii't tiiey would be called upon to meet drafta from Pi iUdtlphia and elsewhere, without the pri. li-i. of an d qmle reciprocation. Tr.us theo idd must have been ntirely against them fpecie all jjoinir out and none coiiiing iu. ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 2 October 1857

J. J f .? ST"-- -v i-. L NEiriiAROWA HE STORE, WM.-rH.; MINCHIH", , ' . DEALER IS ' HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, TOOLS, &c. TSnowoDr-n-'ngaf h'sestabli-hmeot.No 47 Market street, w-x-doorto M. Barns', a large and will elected stocs: cf Hardware, Cttler . Oan, ie , which he in'ends offering exceedin'v low f tr Cash, or o prompt dealer on ahort time A none 'he 'eiding artice now on band mill be found the f .llnwing, vis : Foek-t and T h - OiUerv. Carpenters' aad Blicxsmitbs' Too-s. Axei of rverj description A A lare imrtTent ( Locka Hinge and Screws Flush and Fq are BjU. ".hovels. Spile, and 7rVi. Grindstone-, Cranks and Rol lers. Ffl- a"d Pros. ' Doab'e aod Mngle barrel shot Hum Mil', Croa Cut and P:tt Saws. Cittoa. Wool and Hor Cird. Trace, Halter. Wagon and Lor Uhains. 'laroei and Collar. Pcks and Ma'.tocks. Ourrv Tombs and Horse Crashes. Pn- T tf FISHER, WHELESS & CO., -- SUCCESSORS TO JIHNSOV, HORNF. CO.) COTTOV, Tobacco, Storage. General Commission and Predace Merchants, cor...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 3 October 1857

NASHVILLE' PATRIOT, V - PCBLI8HKD . ' ' DAliT, TmWEKL Jc WEEKLY, BT S2HTH, CAMP & CO., w. nr. smith. i.i.cii TBos. callehd. . r. OHIB OflBce, No. So Demdertek Street. Daily, per annum $8 00 5 00 3 00 S 00 Trl-Weekly, per annum, feekly, per annnm One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, TUE WAV SOX SlO SEWING MACHINE. ABOUT the 20th lav of Aogu-I. 18'6. I was employed by Miv Watt n, Wooster A Co eotnpoed of vVm. C. Wtoa. Morris Knight, and George H. Wooner. to n nnuf .cture Sewing Machine, which were knowa as the rtUtson t en Dollir f ewlag Machine." That thereafter I r-c- vel a notice from th- coccfel of 0 B. Po ter and N. Wheeler, mea'ioned in the annexed copy of icj 'action. Informing me that theie Machine! were an infringement opon Letter Patent hich they owoJ. a-d that auiu woaldbe io Huted against roe, antes ( I should otherwise etile w)tn thero. This notice I h nded to Mr. Wootter, one of my employers I then made ivestigtions to areertain the (se...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 3 October 1857

Ihtsplk f atrial DAILY $8:" T2IAmXLY $5: ""'WEEKLY $3" 'HT.IMITB. A.. C4KP. THOB. CLLIKDE. I. P. J0KK8. SIHTH, CAMP & CO., Proprietors. . W. HY. SMITH and IRA P. JOITES, Editor Odle N. l, i s . t t x De.rlek Street. .TheGreatCatlem. The acconnts recently received from Eng land of the progress of this mammoth steamer intensely interest the American public. The certainty of her completion, and that within a short time," is now universally admitted, and her proportions, characer and finish are now palpable to the eye. Without goirjjr into de tail, which would be an endless task, we may form some idea of her by alluding merely to the generalities which belong to her design and etrnctnre. Her tipper and lower decks may .be estimated by the acre, and fifteen hundred workmen employed about her are oat of speaking distance, and appear as but a handful. The state cabins are as large as the parlors.of a New York house of 22 feet front, and they open upon regular squares and streets as if ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 3 October 1857

ISAfcHVJLLJLE: Saturday Morning, October 3, 1857. Official Journal forPablisSiiug tile Post Office better List. Apprentices. Wanted at this office two bots to earn the printing business. Boys from tbe country pre ferred. Rain. The first pood, soaking rain which has filleo iu these part since the 27th of August, oc curred yesterday. It was hailed as a blessing by everybody, especially by house-keepers in the city who bave ao aversion to du8t,"aod by fjruKTi who desire to sow wheat, It came just in the nick of time to satisfy the latter, who had begaa to mur mur. Thkatrk. The comedy of "Love and Charity," and the" comic dram i of "Handy And)" will be produced to-night, Mr. and Mrs. Drew appearing in favorite pirts. The engagement of these adroiiA bfo performers has thts far been highly successful; and is likely to improve to the end. It has call, d out large audiences, who have gone aay delighted with the excellent acting of the new candidates h r pjpular favor; and warm in lh ir em O...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 3 October 1857

SSK HARDWARE STORE; "it JIAIlKr.T STRF.ET, ; ; . XT 21 i J ) H. ' HINCHIff, dealer' IN " ''l " '' ' HARDWARE, : CUTLERY GUNS,? . - TOOLS, &c..: T8 now opening at h!s egtab1i-hment.No.4T Market street, wex door to M. Barns', a large and wt.ll elected stock of Hardwire, Cutler. Gam, to-, which he Intends offering exceedtne'V low for Cath. or to prompt dealer on short time A-nnng.lho leading art ic e now on band aill be found the fallowing, Tit Pocket and T b Cutlery. s 1 Carpenters' and Blacksmiths' Tools. , Axes of every description J make. A larBe assortment of Locks Hinges and Hcrews. Flush and So, tare Bolt". Bhov-ls, fptles and Prrks. Grindstooes, Cranks and Rol ler. FIn ail pica's. Double and Single barrel shot One Mill, Cro- Cut and Pitt Saw. Cotton, Wool and Horse Cards. Trace, Halter. Wagon and Log Chain. Tames and Collars. Picks and Mattocks. Curry Combs and Horse ' Brashes. sow. T tf PISHES, "WHELESS & CO., (81'CCEFSOES TO JOHNSOV, HOENE CO.) COTTOV, Tobacco, Storag...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 5 October 1857

NAS11V1LLE PATRIOT, PUBLISHED DAILY THI-WEEKLY Sc WEEKLY, ; ' BT - SMITH, CAMP ft 00., W. BY. SMITH, 1. i.CAIIIi TH08. CALLSMDtR. Ut.tOWt. Office, Ne. 14 Deadertck Street. Ml Ilr l Hi 9 00 S C 3 00 One Weekly for two yean, or tiro Weekltei for one year, in adranee, 5 00 THE SIO SEWING MACHINE. AB0OT theSOth day of August, 1&T6, I tu employed by Mesrs tt'aw a, Wooster A Co., coinpo'0'1 of Wm. C. Watson Morris Knght, and fleorge II. Wooster. to maiufiotare dewing Machine, which were known as the Watson Ten UoiUr rewing Machine." Tbat tberealter I rece'vel a notice from tb counrel of O B. Potter and N. Wheeler, mentioned in the annexed copy of injunction. Informing roe that theie Machines were an infringement upon Letters Patent hicli they owned, a' d that suits would be insituted against me, unlets I should otherwise settle with them. This notice I h nded to Mr. Wooster, oueof my rmDloyers I then ma-ie investigations to arsertaln the facts, and found that said Mac' ine, as I belie...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 5 October 1857

fl .DA. A nCiTiiil IP- 4-1TTrTnT DAILY ?8: TBI-WEEK1Y $5: "V7EESLY $3 W.BT.IMITH. A.S.CAMF. THOg. CALLKMDKK. I. T. JO IKS. - SLIITH, CAMP & CO., Proprietors. W. HY. SMITH and ISA P. J02TES, Editor.. Office No. 18, t i i t i Deadertrk. Rtreet. I From Via Wonhinolo. Union" ------ m Cotton Trade of Greet Britain During the First Seven Months of 1857. We are in possession of a valuable official docu ment, just isaued by th Br kith Board of Trade, rlatiog to the navigation and comm-tce of Great Britain during the first seven months of the present year. The import trade shows but little variation compared with the corresponding seven months of 1856. Id corn, tea and cotton, there is a coos'kJ trable reduction in the quantities imported, while the articles which show an increase are flax, wool, wine, and eilk, of which lattt r 6,606,000 pounds were jjaported, againgt 8,582,000 iu the same period in 1856, and 4,001,000 pounds in 1855. Our mercantile readers, however, feel moat inter est...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 5 October 1857

NASHVILLE: Monday Morning, October 5, 1857. Official Journal forPubliahing tlie Post Office better L.I&L Meeting of American ,7Icmbf We are requested 10 state that a meeting of the Ainericitu Members ot the legislature will le held this morning at 8 o'clock, in room No. 1, City Hotel. It is hoped where will be a gen eral attendance. A card from Gen. Dan'l S. Donclson appears in the Patriot of this morning. We cannot let it go . before our readers without a word of corameuL Ttie article of the Patriot to which he refer as bat ing commented "severely" on his political course, and made "bitter charge" against bia consistency, d d not trannccn i the bounds of honorable contro versy. It did Dot approximate the severity of some of the comments of prtsses of the sham democra cyone of them iu bis own county upon his brother, and which be, eo far as is known to the public, never attempt.jd to rebuke, even when they held himself up in contrast to tue tliapirag-raeiil of tnat brother. Neve...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 5 October 1857

1VMV n i 47 flARKET STBKET. H. 'KINCHIN, DEALER IN HARDWARE, CUTLERY ,: GUNS, TOOLS. Ac ts bow opening at Ms establU hment. No .41 Marte j; f 1 next door to M. Burns', m large and we 11 I select e a 1 of Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, c, wnio ' exceedingly low for Cash, or to prompt . "?b. Urn.- Amon tho leading articles bow on band will be found the following, Tis : Double and Single barrel shot Guns Mill, Cross Cnt and Pitt 8a ws. Cotton, Wool and Horse Cards. Pneket mil Tshle Cutlery, Carpenters' and Blacksmiths' Tools. Axes of every description a make. A IarBe assortment of Locks. Hingei and Screws Flush and gq lare Bolt. Bhovels, Fples and Forks. Grindstones, Cranks and Rol lers. Rifles and Piols. Trace, Halter. Wagon ana Log uimiDi. Hemes and Collars. Picks and Mattocks. Curnr Combs and Horse Brashes. en. 7 tf riSHER, WHELESS & CO., (SUCCESSORS TO JoasSOS, HORNE CO.) COTTON, Tobacco, Storage. General Commission and Produce Merchants, corner Broad an Market Nashville. Tenn., will...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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