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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 16 March 1859

yy.i jga.re,4e;iS ..IM-lliMl-ll"-,- ' I lllwillMMW HWi li'"""- r m " ,j p 1 - sr. H .jfcjjp J g. y tIasijiJiUclJQtriDt RATES OP Anvy.itTisTNCi. Daily, per annum, $, 00 Trt-Weekly,peraiinum, ..j... 4. 6 00 Weakly, per annum,..; , ; a 00 One Weekly for two year, or two Weeklies . -for oue year, in sdvauce, ; BOO I .When tbe Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly It to b. - liscontinued (paid in advance at tbe time subscribed ar),the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be ouliuncd, at our option, until paid for and Mopped. not a.U, it must be paid at the time of diseontinu nce, or at our option. If the party is good , it will be eot until paid. Remittances by mall, in " registered" letters, at our risk. a M A 44 12 00 - - " 44 ' 44 " . is oo 7 " rtt MjnrwaBLB at rxaaaraa. PUBLISHED DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY,, AND WEEKLY, BY SMITH, CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEADEEICK STREET. I Ob. Sqoara, ae. year, 130 each add tuoealasjaare J 4f f - Vrittea aasw. most be given ta take oat aad steaaa Tarbaemaataaf year...

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 March 1859

flspilMatrtot: 9 AttT tS. TM-WEZXLY $5: WZEEtT $4. . bv. sniTii,t;inp kcu. T .MUM, A. . CaMr.tHOlt. CataJMUaB, IBA P. JO". a v. i V a V U er rat;-. " w ITT jun u IRA P. JONES J Of"flee--:v lQ Deadertc Street." 1 a?OE C0NOBZ8S, ;J AMES 31. QUABLES, -. s or icorroosoRT. ' , v :- fOB FIOATIB, IIICIIARD B. CHEATHAM, OP DtVTW-OX. V'l ) : iWEDXESDAY. JIARCII 1,: 1M9. ei l l ' 1 AcqmiTioN or (Ibji. t Speech, or Hon. Jehn IfelH IS THK SENATE OF THE UXITKD STATES. OX THE 25TH OP T fBliCAKT,OX THK TllILTT illLMON Ebx. .." - ; ' - '. rxici.Ki -- Mr. Prifuic-n't, I ndinit the advnntnjroa of Cuba In atratt jric point of new, in timo of war. uixler certain c'rciimstanc a. I ndm't the security llt it would lir'no; to our com ' rnerci under ciTtaiu c'rciirristatic'1; but now we are not in a condition to accept tbat "Wand, though it should be a pi ft pnrwntd 5o tia by-Spain without any consideration. partictiW'y unlesa we had the wcurity or thi guarantee of the non-intervention of Enjil-.tnd and.frj...

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 March 1859

I 4 MSH YILLK; WEDNESDAY MOSSING. MARCH" 16.1859 .UavfdKon County Convention. Saturday, April 2I, 1359. For the nominal ion of candidates to represent ihcountyln tba Senate and Hotis of Rtir."sntaiiTep. The vtral ward of the city and ciril districts of the county are requested to bold meeting, attbfir rwpective places of votinp. on SatcrdaT, Mabch 12th. and nppoint two delegates each to wtid con vention jjar Not many moons ago two gentlemen wh hud ln friends in Greensborougb, Ala, m-tat Memphis, not liaving seen each o-hrr for eereral year. After the usual compli m-nts. one of them, whom we shall designate asB. akd, -W't II A, how have you been getting along sine I left Grenjoro." "Ah. my friend, I have been blind in both eyes si xe th-n." My cise, too; I have bad a cataract on each eye." Th t's what was the matter with me; but 1 had tbern taken off, and now tee as well as I ever d d." "So have I hnd mine taken off; but oh. wbat weeks of torture followed before I got well enough to ...

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 March 1859

iJiisjnwaCttriis. hotels) t!3rbfcrif5pttf. ,d, 4.1. Ji. Eransp0r!ati0n; Cran5pnrtatt0nl .j;;.ux.Myxi, MERCHANT TAILOR, Comer Deadcrick stre t and Public Square, .NASiniLLE, TENNESSEE, J. for l ent.emcii's wear someibuii: neat and desir- '. .au ami examine Uiem. . . - marl-lm bvsq .. " Jf HX PliOWNE. l i -- r . K. GLASCOCK. O. P. KlWKm. W. T. OARRETT rJEJR; GLASCOCK & CO. 4 '(&'ce' Hcpe'it, neart (fcor to.V-rrAant.-' tank, ' Sealers in and Agents for the i trchafie aad "'-4 '" " sale cf i R E A LEST A T E, Senting- Honses or land In the cityorccun- try. wxu auo give their undivided atten- 1ZZ 2? cZaaa of CUiiM M"i .a E . R . GLASCOCK VVTILX. attend to all sales of Property of every do '' acriptiMD either iu town or country. . . . E. S. HAWKLYS, LEB.!I-3GLn'4 CC.1I.US. IM F,Xl.ESS. S." H. ' .1 tOU THK HALK AND PCKCHASE OF f Jfeal Etialv, A'c-grots, Ac. OFFIC E No. 18, C EDAE STREET T 'i ,'(f riwrly wcupiel vy llif g. G. Juuieu.y ' ' I hare rn band a 'ot of N groea for Rile.rom...

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 March 1859

lla5l)Dillc; Dntriot. (T-r inraa'o im to ooysrrr ra A bqcakj One Square 1 day, 1 00 each ad al insertion' M " T 1 wtetc. . 8 fXi aachadt'aiaa-wa j b !. " . week.- 4 i . "a . " - v '! - Jkaaoolh; CHa :' " . " V ""tht - " - - j, 12 oo " M . 4 ..- Jg () . r,, , if.; B A 12 44 24 00 " ".-.. r4lt '" ,l ' ' BcrrwaBt. T KaSntx. One 5jkra, one year, too ..cb addkienal square f I Wntu-n none, mast b given to take out aad stop aa vertisemants of yearly ad veruaert oefor. th. year a, pirea, tHherwise we shall charge till done - ba coa traot af ytr ly advnseia.ntt wHT ta iioe ta inned WTtnOut pr.fa.r au-- '' i . mrr i' I B. j i hs g aa made for lrm than one year al the yearly rataa. a Advvrtri exceeding the ! eotr,t d&r will b ch-red for t exewiMti. L - TKRM8t , ' Daily, per inoum, ;..'....'.'..... S 00 Tri- Weekly, .r amino, OO Weekly, ir annum S 00 One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one vear, in ad vanre. .. . 6 00 WkM the iaily. Tri Weekly, or Weekly 1 w be liscontiuued (paid ...

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 March 1859

7 J V - pile 5 eii JAXL7 1 8 :', TBI-vVXXXL Y t5: WEEKLY $3. r .. . J i 111' SMITH, CAMP & CO, . aTaura,... Cinr.ic. callbkdk, ira r. jomw. W.HY.SWTm.l IRA P. JOX ES , J OfflttXe. 16 Deaderfek Street. 33 POB C0KOBES8, ' JAMES M. QUA RL E S , OF MONTGOMERY. fi':' u TOE PLOATEB, : KICJ1AHD B. CHEATHAM, OF DATlIMOX. "THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1859. The Democratic Slate Convention. We would ret-pect fully Mifrpwt to the Dom- cratic State Convention, wbitb meets in this place Jo-day, that party platform:,' mad? up of "ambiguous phmM a" and Bii'Crptible of "delutuve constructions," can no longer pub- erve the parpwen for which they were origin ally designed. They can no longer prewrve the unity of the Democratic party, nor blind the public as to the discordant and conflict ing opinions, which, as recent events have made manifest to the whole world, now pre vail among, not merely individuals, but whole sectionH, of that party, respecting im portant practical questions of national policy Pres...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 17 March 1859

1 it i 1 NASHVILLE: rnunsDAY morning, xfARcn 17. issa Death of Cru, AVm. X. Haskell. The JVeact of ycfterday publishe a telegram aonoaocing the death of Gen. I Ia.sk ei J, at the Lunatic Asjltim,iIopkiriBvtiie,Ky.oD Sun day the 13vh Iwst. II any a heart iu Tennessee will beat with unusual sadness at this announcement. Though the day of hia brilliance and usefulness was passed, and the nun of bla glorious intellect was obscured, yet there were many who cherished a linger ing hope that that cloud might pans away. To us hia life ends, as his bright active life had done before, in gloom. Gen Haskell had his weak neMes,and they proved fatal ;but notwithstanding his eccentricities be was a most wonderfully gifted man. His mind, we think, wa unquestionably of the first order, lie was ardent, decided, brave, unseluVh and patriotic. His public Mr vice commenced before be had attained his majority, as a soldier in the Florida cainptifrn;- he was also distinguished in the Mexican war, a few ye...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 17 March 1859

i , ; .iP. H-'fEAT, U JaUirfOarktiVtlle, Tenn. fiVAYH I BTR, Til I LLER & C 0 ffd. 5f, JTcrlh Market tirttt, (SICN OF THE BIO LOOT,) LEALEB3 AT RETAIL XX STAV1X Aa1 1MXCY 1 ft: BOOTS, ; 'SHOES, HATS, VARIETIES, CtrOlU & CO'S AiVCCOR BRAND Bolting Cloths, &c. i;u "W7 are Iu receipt of an (mutually larga and com- f f plete tUxk ol' SPRING AM) SUMMKU DRY GO eh wan pii'ctin1 from flrirt hnmls n' fl rt rluss li'tyftfca in the t.tt.li-rn nrki-ix, tUiiN ei.M1!!! g iih lo I -ler t em lo t it.-It and iouit ti r e ct'Ki.inieia on very favorable l rini and at veiy lw Keg. i.r ire"!e e8'rg ha ! a verv l.b r.il rounl jrp tron tie 1 xt-nlcd them, .111 I we prniiiipc by fli lei atten tion ai t ! hr a, I'.nai.iu, tugitl.ei w.tu tbc ve.y in Vit D ilM.lt r Spriaj and Summer Dry (loods; which w ' are daily rerelvinj. to mer't a contintntion o tl.eauie. linr present t.ck is better iii!aiie.l to t w A tfinuli'.hof the trade lb;iii nv we haveevr be- f re efli-reil. It embraces) all the new an...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 18 March 1859

llasljuillc patriot. nf'.'i'tfi' .' ' t RATES Ol? AD VEUTISliVtta ' ' t - ' ' I v -- " (tb loin ob in to oomtrm d sjjcxbbC Ooeaquare 1 day. t 1 oo eachad'aliBsarttra t M M . M 1 week:. S 00 ackaddJl'aiaaaara-l W 2 week, .4 60 . . c. mo I Btesth.-e 0- " -:-- - --j M . 2 aaoatha B 00 tt . u w 44 S " 12 00 1,r f 4$ ' fas; " V ' 18 M " "I ! " i ; M u ia tt oj qq . , J ;la "' kZVKWABlC AT rUUBTBB. One Square, on year. 34 each add tuoaal owar tit Writtea ooue asost b give to lake aul aad stop ad verlise meets of yearly ad vertisers befor the year aa plrea, other wie w. shall charge till doc. - No cea tract of yearly ad venisemaiOs-win a dTsaea. t'nuod wtiiout prevkiua notice to ua.aor arlUaay caarga 'b made for less than on year at th yearly rata. AdTertuori exceeding th ipaoa eaatrMt dtowiUbeliaxiforttoxeaaa.i r. " ' TERDlt Daily, rronom, IS 00 Tri-Weekly.iKoaunjini, v Weekly, peraBnum,. 3 00 i One Weekly for two ymri, or two Weeklie for oe year, Id advance, 00 .'When the Daily, Tri-Weef...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 18 March 1859

MHI Ul. j PI ti patriot ,tSllLY.$8:1Tai--WEEXLY $3: WEEKLY $3. ' ii - tfZ n. Jrm ' IIV 8!HITll,CA!tIP4CO. 1 IT. Mm , i. . CAMP, TSis. C4LUXDEB,iaA P. JOKES o r-.av,: ,.-.avv :W.HT.8VITH, ' ' I MlP.JftVVs'f"8 .ttafcOflteC X. 16 Daaderfelc S(reet."R J A'ilES I. QUARLES, 0T MO.VTOOMKBT. , TOE FLOATEB, " RICHARD B. CHEATHAM, p ?i . OF DATIPSOX. , through all its stages, a ad sent it to the Sen ate. Tbe Senate had,. time to passitand a majority woo Id unquestionably have done so in accordance with tbe recommendation of its own committee, but Mr. Toombs, as, under i tbe rules, be bad a right to do, interposed bis objection to tbe second reading of the bill on that day tbe last of the session, and which bad nearly expired and thus killed tbe bill. In this unseemly course. Mr. Toombs was backed by Mr. Mason, of Virginia, and Mr, Batarp, of Delaware. Tbe bill, as it paused the Ilonse, and as, at all fimcs, the House stood ready to pass it, appropriated $20,425,000 for tbe service of the Post...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 18 March 1859

8.! iHtl-fll- V. JP1 laajs) JSBV "X'TJ1't' J, ','iiilH? '."IS N AIS HtVT.LrL:E: FJltDAY f .MORNING, 'MARCII .8, 1859 Davidson' Comity Convention. Saturday, April 2d, 1859. - . 1"9(J nomiaatioa , of candidate to represent the county in '.be Senate and House ot Reprencntfttives. , , . BRl'TJII. ASSAULT. Attempted AaaaaBluation. In our iwae of yesterday morning we made mention of .a brutal awault having been made opon the pereon of Capt. E. L. Dw mcxe. of the Hteamer Accut Cutltigt. on Wedi neaday night last when, iu company with but wfe, he wan returning home from the theatre. From information receive! yesterday we learn that when the Captain and hid lady were in front of Cooper's building, on Cherry street, he was approacbi-d by five person', much dicjuifol. who wishedjto know if that was Capt. DirtMCKEs; Wing informed In the affirmative they made hostile demonstrations, pushinjr. Mr?. D.. from h-r husband, and HbwwtHl evident ifn" of an nwault upon the person of the "captain. Cipt. ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 18 March 1859

pro i&totetti. tr. McWHIRTEB', " S. B. EAT, 8. MILLER, bU ot Cvllle, ai. or alarrreesboro'.. . t .. lean. r,Vl'illlI)IEI);.llLLfR&CO Ko. 51, North Market street, SIGN OF THE BIG COOT,) ' EEALETS AT RETAIL IX r ." - ' ,. . ' ' FAXCY 7 ' "o a BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, VARIETIES, a :' ' . . - Drroiii & co's anchor brand ". t;. ' f Bolting' Cloths, &c. ii. 0 - - ' "tTTE are In rece'ptof an aausually Urge and com V V plete bxlt of . SPRING AND SUMMER DRYGOODS, Which VU purchased from first hands and first class bouac io tbe Eastern markets, thu ei.abling u to of fer them to cash and prompt tune customer ou very favorable terms aud al very low prices. Our predecessors had a very liberal country patron age extended them, and we promise by strict alien 1 1. Hi and close applanation, logtiher with the very iu viUng Hock of Spring and Summer Dry Goods, which we are daily receiving, V merit a contention oi" tun same. Our present slock Is better adapted to the demand of the trmlo than...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 19 March 1859

'''''''''''''''''MaBBaH ' . ' ' Uttgt,p.Ue jjntnai. . A .Q PT F ' IT T 1 TL?- ' IP A Hr"DTniHP : " TKRnst r Daily, per unum, .".....$8 00 Trt-Weekly, per aunum, 6 00 Weekly, per an nam, , 8 00 Oie Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, 6 00 - When tb Daily, Trt-Weekly, or Weekly H to be ,liaconlinued (paid In advance at the time subscribed r),the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be antinned, at oar Oioo, uutil paid for and stopped. not paid, it must be pawl at the time of discontina oce, or at our option. If the party is good , it will be nt until iil. Remittances by mail, in " regiatered"lettr,at our risk.. Itfiu-ljnrh. From VISCHEB, OWEN CO., general Advertising House, Applelon Building, ZAU Broadway, New-York. LIGHT! LIGHT!! .LIGHT!!! DIETZ& CO., a x VFACrrr.ERS or improved Kerosene, Camphene, Fluid, and Oil Lampi GAS FIXTURES, is vabiocs snruai asd fi.ish. C II A M) K L 1 1 S, HADK TO OKDfcB FOR CilCECHE?, COLLEGE, AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS. No. 1...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 19 March 1859

igl)oUlc;latriot; PiZLJ ttt TSI-WESXLY $5: VTEZXLY $3. Ill YBltlITII,GA9IPCO. 8H1T, !,. CHP Io. CaLUSDKft.ISA F. JOS SB ; v. " -. r W. HT. SMITH, 1 -' " IRAP.JONKS. J2Vitor .. Mt . .t . -i- -. ' -- ... - . - , . . . ;r' I jOfllee Xo. 18 Deaderfelc Street. s - - 7V t OK COSOBtS,, -fcJA3I E S il. 1QUARLES, . .. . or vosTonjoniT. - ' ' T' ' ' TOB IL0ATZ2, , " -RICHARD B. CI1EATI1 AM, OP DATIDbOX. vx 1 -. - - i' i ' -: ATtTKPA Y, MARCH 19. 1859. w ' Tbe Extra elon or ( ogrei. TheConntitution of the United Slate pm Yiles that the President, may, on extranrdi nary occasions," convene both Houses of ciww-.v- ; 1 . ; ' '.' 'it also. tprovides,' that 'when' vacancies happen in the representation from any Stat, tbe Executive Authority thereof shall icbue writs of election to fill ucb vacancies." The Governor of a State, however, it is be lieved, could not, by virtue of this constitu tional provision,' iesue writs of fi ction, in case the President should call an extra net-won after tbe expira...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 19 March 1859

. . ... l' 1 f ' N ASHY I Lh E: i Sv ' ' " V" v, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 1859 Davidson County Convention. Saturday, April 2d, 1859. For the nomination of candidate to represent the count j in the Senate-and Douse of Representatives. , Tut Gaiett. The only fault that we hare specially to name in the rendition of I be char acter of lujo by Mr. Booth, on Thursday night, relates to hi? peritonei. His open, manly countenance, bis noble front and command ing mien, all combining to give "assurance of a man" of honest hirart and generous im pulse, was not sufficiently disjrnised. So great a monster of unscrupulous villiany and profound cunning as Lujo was never envel oped in a form and visage like that of Booth, or like that be wore on that occasion. The emtKvliment of the cbarncter, its conception and exposition, wan certainly exquisite. Mr. Booth conclud s his engagement, to-night, with a tvp'-tition of hi trnly great charac ter of GWier. Tbis will f nable a great many who fvilfl to g...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 19 March 1859

iErdnspartalian. k CraitspnrtatiDn. 5. B. SEAT, late of Clarksville, . r - TeBS milllflTEmiLlEfl&CO No.' 51, North Market street, ;'J SIGN OF THE BIO BOOT,) DEALERS AT RETAIL Cf ST AVIa1 AXD FAXCY 4Th BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, VARIETIES, DtFOOl & CO'S ANCKOIt BRAND Bolting Cloths, &c. 7 E are in receipt of an unusually large and com plete stuck of SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS, Which was purchased from fir lit hands and first class bouses la the K-i.tern markets, thus enabling us to of fer tbein to cash and prompt time customers on very farnrable terms and at very low prices. Our predecessors had a verv libcralrountry patron age extended ibem, and we promise by stt let atten tion and clot-e application, together with the very in VUiHg stock of Spring and Summer Dry Goods, which we are daily receiving, to merit a continuation of the same. Our present stock is better adapted to the demands of the trade than any we have ever be fore offered. It embraces all the new and fashion ' hi...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 21 March 1859

ZV I ! " .. , , - - . ....... ' .. J --- -a-.-- ".' -' fv, ' A: f f i l ? ! ft , L 5 -J i 1 ' f r f ! llnsljoillc patriot. KATKS W-Att VLltTlSLNU; t.fKx lcob om tns ro oohbiiich a aqrn. Od br 1 day, $ 1 00 aacbad almaertton, M . ' 1 week, 00 ' eacbaddifalaqaare 1 M S we-ks, 4 60 1 t4mt, 0-Q9 2 manUM 0 00 t M 00 111.1 44 ( At 44 44 44 Daily, pcrannnm, $g 00 Trt-teklytpcrajtuum, ...... 00 Weekly, ernnain,.. . . 00 One Weekly for two yew, or two Weeklies for olio year, in advance 8 00 J When the ihiily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly l to be liwou:iuued (paid in ad ranee at thr time subscribed jr),the subscriber must order, nilierwM it will be on tinned, al our 0tKD, until paid for and stopped. not paid, it must be paid at the time of discontinu oce, or at our option. If tlie party is good , it will be ent uutil paid. R.;inituuiceB by mail, in reglstered'Metteri ,at our risk. " 4 M Off' 00' 3 " ; la 00 " 6 " 13 00 4 i; " . ji a --,, js tlo oo PUBLISHED DAILY, TUL WEEKLY, AND WEEEXY,Vby" SMITH, ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 21 March 1859

-9 llflsIjDille patriot, DAILY $8t rBI-WXEKXY S3: WEEKLY $. BY SMITH, CAMP A CO. w s v mm.i i sw as. vir i ss'. v w'-' 1 'w r va. MT ff V aiflTlf tf.t , IRAPvJOXES, J . ow j.DfficeXo. 1 mmderlek Street. ?0X COHGRESS, yiAMES M. QUARLES, or MovrooMtaT. " : ". POR 1-LOATES, r-niCIlARD- B. CUEATIIAJI, - MONDAY, MARCH 21. 1859. Opposition Stale Convention, 29th or March. ArtpH consultation with many of onr f rienlft In various parts of the State, ft ha ben deemed most expedient to fix the 29tu at Tarcu next, as the memt eligUile time for tfoMing a Convention of the 'Opponiion to Democrocy in this State. In compliance, herefofe, with this nenthaen't.'we bi-rfcliy an nounce that day as ihe Appointed time for the assembling of that hotly and take this occa sion to urge npon'ouT friends in every county in the Statfe'to call primary meetings on the first Monday of February or March, to ap point delegates to sil convention. Let there be a full representation. r TVaskawaaa Dfmorratr and the Mci...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 21 March 1859

NASHYILLE: MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 1859 Davidson County Convention. Saturday, April 2d, 1859. For the nomination of candidates to represent the county in the Senate and House of Representative. - '..'- Tub Ravels. These gret "i popular pantomimic, together whb the Martinnetti and Dlondin Troupes, commence an engage ment at the Gaiety to-night. We presume there ie no one who ba ev r seen this com pany, who does not wish to see them again, and those who have never had that pleasure will, of course, embrace th's opportunity to do so. Thdr fame is cOH-xtensive with the country, though we believe they have never paid this city the compliment of a vit-it before. To those ho like varu-ty, the coming of the Ravels is quite opportune, after the heavy work of the past throe weeks, by the great lights of the legitimate drama. The enter tainments of this troupe are of a highly jiU-aj-iug character, and will afford a delight ful recreation to all clase-a, and we shall be greatly disappointed i...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 21 March 1859

jr-i fattened pools. I)0e$ &r.e tUljoIrsale (Sromies. roarics tit . Steamboats. (Lranijpnrtatinn. 8. B. SEAT, late of Clarkaville, Tcon. ra'WIilRTERmiLLER&Ca .K.-.- .",'.......,: ' V .i '.; : . - i - ' lYo. 51, North, Market street, tl (Sa7aV 0.F THE BIO COOT,) rs' t EiLUa AT RETAIL IX ol STAI'IaC uVXli faxcy 'BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, VARIETIES, 1)1 FOUR & CO'S ANCHOR BRAND Bolting Cloths, &c. JT. are to) receipt of an unusually Urge and com plete block or SPUING AM) SU3I31KII DRY GOODS, Which was purchased from first hands and first class, houses in I tic hatern markets, Hi us enabling ua to of fer tliein to cash ftU'l prompt time customers op very favorable terms ami at very low prices. Our piedecesgors had a vcrv liberal country patron- ( extended Hum, and we promise by find allcn tion ami close application, togt tber with the very iu Siting stock of Spifcig and Summer Dry Goods which we nre laily receivinir.ln merit a continuation of the same. Our present Block is bet...

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