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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 28 March 1859

MA, - I if 3 4 Patriot: Daily , per nuarn . fg 00 Trl-Weekly ,,.cr .tuuui, .................. ft 00 Weekly, per.nun,.,.,...r... S 00 One Weekly for two year, or two Weeklies ' for one year.in advance, . ... 6 00 Wfcen the Daily, Tri-Weckly, or Weekly t to be lisconlinuad (paid in advance at the time subscribed )r),th subscriber must order, otherwise it will be jntin led, at our option, until paid for and stop!ed. aot paid, it moat be paid at tbe time of discontmu ace, or at oar option. If the party is food, It wilt be nt until paid. Remittances by mail, ta 44 registered" letters, at our risk. From VI.SCIIER, OWEN It CO., General Advertising House, Appleton Building, 346 Broadway, New-York. LIGHT! LIGHT!! LIGHT ! ! ! DIETZ & CO., MAXCTACn'KCRS OF 1XFKOVED Uashmllc fa Eerosene, Camphrnr, Fluid, end Oil Lamps j. a i ..v x u it is vakjocs nriss xd nxiMi. " C U A X 1. K 11 K IV s , MAI TO OKMfK H ClIL'RCHE, CO LI .WjKS, AND MHUC pm.PIXC3. No. ia- WillUra Street, near Fuliun, Xcw-Vork...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 28 March 1859

I. SUIT ycl.yztetT 5: WEEKLY 3. S7"J r: n UYtsniTiifCAnp&co. T. nr. aah-ka. a ftt r, tun, caubxpkb, iu r. jojos. Xo. 10 Deadcrlclc Street.. 'T0B . C0UGRES3, JAM ES' JJI. QUARLE 5, 70S ILOATIB, - r ' f RICI1AKD- B.' CIIEATIIA3I, . OP DAYTDSOK. . , Opposition State Convention, 29th of March. Davidson County , Convention. Saturday, April 2d, 1859. For the notnirsatioa of candidate to represent tbecounty ia tlie Senate and House ot Rcpreatntatives. - MONDAY, MARCH 28. 1859. Hon. John Dei.t. reached tbL city on Saturday morning. We have Dot wen him, within the last ten years, appear in better health. Mr. FtlX ntiw returns home and to private life after political career nearly an long and quke as able and consistent as that of any of oiir living statesmen. ..But as ihe times go, the Involnntaay cessation of his public labors may be justly considered a trib ute to faiH virtue. Long mav he live in tbe enjoyment of health and the respect and ad miration of. Lis countrymen. The PostoOlce ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 28 March 1859

vr 'A 4 N A SHY ILL E : MONDAY MOBNlS;0.'.'..MABCn 28, 1850 , Stat Convention . The following U the list of delegates ap pointed to represent Davidson county in the Opposition State Convention, to rn-et in this city to-morrow morning. J We trust that each delegate will make it hu ei-pecial business to be in attendauce: . , , , 1st Ward John Beatv, W. P. Roberta. 21 " S. M. Scott, M. M. Monohan. 3.1 " W. II. II . rn, K. J. Morns. 4ih " Jas. M.Hamilton, W. F. liang. 5th u S. N. Hollingnworth, Ed. I). Farnswortb. fiih " T. J. YrliouKb. Van Caugh. 7th " Jnaac Paul. Ji. G. L. Claiuoru. 8th M. C.Cottou Dr. A. A. liatcbeT. 2d Dit. Th. Fuqua, liurrill Header. 3d 4th 5ih Kth 7 th 8th II th 10th 11th Uih Hih loth 18th 19 h 20th 21-t 2.'d TM 2 ith II. J. Charlton. L v LitwortU. lliil'i llag. r, II. EL Hamilton. II. Towiir, W. F Cartwiigbt J. A. Mattle, J. IL Au-tin. K. B. ttij? ly. Churl. Cook. A. J. IUiuy, W. L. Ewing. T. li. Johnson. A. t in-gory. J P. Wile, W. R. EUiaton. F. Complou, V. Eim...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 28 March 1859

iWljoksiiBxkixxtB: Stfom6bflts;-' ran5portttti0n. (Eranspnftation. 1 t. T. WcWlilRTER, r 8. B. PEAT, fe. S. MILLEit, - ' ' UU or ClarksTMe, lata ol Murfreesboro'. . Tenn. ri'Miii I II 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii v in u.HMDUn.lU.LUnauU No. 51, North Market Street, (0aV OF TUB BIO BOOT ) ... 1: . - - -.-.. DEALERS AT EETAIL IX. . . STAVL1A?iD FANCY u BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, VARIETIES, DITOUR & CO'S INCIIOIt BRAND Belting Cloths, &c. 7E are in receipt of an an usually Urge and com plete iwi ut SPUING AND SU3IJ1KR DRY GOODS, Which warpurehaved frr.m first hands 'and first class liouacs m the btu.-ru markets, thus enabling us to of fer them to cash and prompt tune customers ou very favorable term and at very low prices. Our predecessors bad a very liberal country patron ace xu-uded item, aud we 'pfonuse by strict atten tion and close application, together with the very m Vitmg t.)ck of Spring and Summer Dry Goods. which we are daily receiving, to merit a continuation el toe same. Our prese...

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 March 1859

' - c -f1. -: "r v -fv - J!" at CSTi- Jf33 j .) PLATES .OF AtiVKUTlSUVb. ilaspUli1 patriot -ura oUaa xo a aoraas. - woe guar I day, J 'aliaserWM a va-eacascbiit'alB.iiaM 1 aa. wsaks. A AS - m m aa AM m . ' - - - 1 aioBin, a w . . 'Jsasatas 00 i as XKUMSl -r-Daily,prnnum,i....,.....(.. J. ....-.$8 00 Tri-Weekly ,iK.T t.iuuiu, ;.. 6 00 . Weekly, per tnnuni, 8 00 0n Weekly tor t yews, or two Weeklies for our renr.ln advance. ..'...'. ..' ' 8 00 When the intly, Trl-Weekly, or Weekly H to be tutcouiiiiueU (puid to advance at the time subscribed jr),liie subscrilier must order, otherwise it will be nt:n .ed.alour optics, until laid for snd stopped. not iaid, it mnpt be paid nt tlie time of discontinue nee, or al ear option. If the party is good , it will be ent uut:l tiaid. Remittances by matt, to " registere4"letters,t our risk. 4 at. 4 ' n 00 r k'tS S " ! - OnaSqaare, M yj-. sjo each adcntiocsl srasra fi ft wnuen notice asast a. pra ts take ooraaA sasa ad vertisement of vearj r.i'-,rtir...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 March 1859

' -fl fl til . M 1 . . , . - - - , i 1 .... , Hi JIITH, CAMP Jc CO. '' t.'kit, A.a.uxr,THoa. camB.vDs,iBa r. wxb. , f ibap.jonk, j-3 &a !. 16 Deaderlclc Street. FOB C0KGBE88, tJABIES SI. QUABt'ES, OF MOVroOJfEBY. BICHAllD U.'CIIEATIIAM, or DAVIDHO. Opposition State Convention, 29th ! 'L at 1. - a- ui luarcii 8-Davidson County Convention. Saturday, April 2d, 18o9. For the nomination of can-huntes to Mjreie!lt the county In the Senate and House oi Reprwntatives. TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1859. I: The IlelpleM and Ilumlllaf Ina: Con anion or he Democratic I'arty as desert ked.bjr the Official Or gran ofthe 'Administration; ' Tle Washington Union, in 'iU wmi-wetkly isaue of Ibe 2 2rd int., give a m8t grxphic account of the belpli- and humiliating con- tlitioii ot the tfmocratic party."" Aftur pain ting1 fn exceedingly black 'colors flu; character of the Republican party, it Fays, if against pitch a party a that, the Democracy cannot prevail, "it is because its organization is de- ' moraliz...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 March 1859

r NASHVILLE: TUESDAY MORNING-,.. MARCH 29, 1859 t The Mate Convention To-day bids fair to be the largwt and most interesting held in Nashville for manj years paat It will awvmble at the Capitol in the Representative Hall at 10 o'clock, A. VI. '' - jT-C Amongst "the prominent men, dele gate to the State Convention, already ar rived, we note Col. Joseph R. Moby, of Fay ette; Col.R. B. IJrahwtn, of Ilarailtou; W. II. "iYJueiier, James Mulliop, II. Cooper and Jo. II. Thompson, of Bedford; I. B. Cooke and J. M. Henderson of McMinn; John M. Morrill, of Madition; John W. Richardson, of Rutherford; J. M. Fleming, W. G. Brownlow and W. B. Ree, Jr., of Knox; G. L. Holmes, Jere Clemens and J. H. McMabon, of ifhelby; T. J. Campbell, of Bradley; J. B. Iluiski-ll, ol Huwkins; J. C. Strk and W. Woodard; E. J Gidludy, J. G. Fiaz.r, Dr. Cleave. E. J Smith, of Wilson; W. B. Stoke, of DtKalb; W. P. HiekerHon. of Coffee. E. C. Cook. V. L. McConico W. Ewinjr, ot WiUiammu; A. M Looney, N. Ii. Wilkes, of ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 March 1859

-si Ibtlertes. 5lcaraboals. rflnsjiortotion. : Eran5partation rii . fit 1 T.T. McWliIRTEB, JL 8. MILLED, y late e MurfraesborcA . H. FEAT, uu or uarksviii. . j : i Tens. LVl'llllillEBjillLLEii&CO V No." 51, North Blarket Street, r (St7aV 0 77Z: J?(7 2?00r,) ptiLIPJS AT RETAIL IX STAVltU AX1 FAXCY ..BOOTS, (SHOES,... HATS, VARIETIES, DUFCrU & CO'S 1NCII0R BRAND .Bolting Cloths, &c. 71 are in recol it of an unasuslly large and com plete (tuck or SPRING AND SUMMER DRYGOODS, Which ni purchased from first bands nnd first class buuws m the Eastern markets, thus enabling tia to of-f.-r tb-tn to rash and prompt tune customers on very lavorable t.-rms ami at very low prices. Our p.edece.Sorsha.l a very liberal country patron sge erti-iwed them, ami we prouute by strict a lien -ti.vi and rlos application, together with the very in Tiling stuck of Spring and Summer Dry Goods, which we nre daily receiving, to merit a continuation of the name. Our present slock I better adapted to th...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 March 1859

'"if J'.'it ' 4 t i f ;1 -1' a. ilasljuillc patriot UATKS OF ADVJKXlhlNttr .w I i ' jt - H " lweek, S 00 eacfcaddtt'aUMoar 1 TEIlill Hi Pkilr, persnnom, ..$8 00 Trt-Weekly, par annum, .... " " i 00 i " f BkOBth, 6'- ' to 2 SKalh t 00 4(9 - ix- ar oo n "" t 4 WHKi7tHr-innuni? 300 One W'eokly for iwg yer , or two WeVkTiea for one y-ar,ln advance, ft 00 When the Daily, Trt Weekly, or Woeklyl to b tlscootmuvd (paid in advance at tike time ubcrtbed w),tu aubaciiber must order, ntherwij-e it will be intiO'ted, at ir "ii..ot anul r''1 tut and atnpiwd. not 1'd, tt mum be aid at the time oT discouiinu oce, or at our option. If tue prty ia good, it will be eot until tid. Rmtttancea by mail, in regiatered"letterafat our rialt. FUBUSIIED DAILY, TPJ-WEEKLY, AKD WEEKLY,' BY SMTTII, CAMP & CO KOi 16 DEADEEICK STnEETl.'';. jT Oaa Square, M year. tOearh additional aiiiar tit WraiieBroxic TavraT fee ilen to tnka utui u aa FtiatrajoiHB of Jaarlj4vectii More tiw I;ea, otlierwiae we alial! cliarre t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 March 1859

1 t I unsljtullc patriot DAJLT ft i TW-'SnXCLT W ; JWXEXjyptM '"BIT SOTITII, CAMF c Co7 i rrntm, A. . CAkr, tana, ouuduiu r. iussa. IRA P. JONES, J"" - 'vOfflee No. 16 D4rtclc StrC TflS'OllVI HJf OB. JOHN NETHERLAND, a, v OF HAWIIXS OICS.TT. C0HOEE88, - - ' JABIESM. QUAKLES,- unvrnovirRT. w TOE rLOATEK, RICIIAUD, B. CHEATHAM, Or DATIDSOX. ; ; WEDNESDAY. II ARCH 30, 1859. DavilMii County Convention. Saturday, April 2d,? 1859. fpr the nomination of candidate to reprrWnt tbecountj In the Senate and House ol Eeprcurntativea. , ,. , :OpriRta Stat Cmemim. "VVe give tblft morning the proceeding of the Opposition State Convention which met In thiu.cJiy yi-sterdaj, and to that account wo refcrVnr readere for the declaration of princi ples. x doctrines therein' contained are hoch as to commend thompelvea to the entire country, a being the only ones ou which the country can rely for a safe conduct through the 'tii flic ulticH and dangers. which now sur round it. That they will be approved by t...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 March 1859

ASHy.ILLE:"' WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 1859 Thk' Cr aiett. Tbe celebrated troupe' of Pantoraimista and Gymnasticlsta, now en gaged at this establishment, will to-nigh a gain repeat the "Green Monster, for , the third 'time. This1 would Indicate that It is succeeding unuHuullj well, a it ia' very rare that we hare a consecutive repetition of any thing so often on our boards. The enter tainment will conclude with bringing on the stage the trick dancing hore by Mr. Fbav coxi. This will prove doubtless of rare lute-rest. ' ' A New Lioht rtrrKBs'a Ski, -Generating Gas Lamp. Pereons Dot using coal gas have now the bet opportunity ever yet offered to obtain a cheap and brilliant gas light by calling in at Ubcce'b Auction Store, corner of Cedar and Cherry streets, where the gem ml agents have ebtablirhed themselves, and buying one or more of Pencils' Patent Ga Lamps, which surpas in every way all other portable light. Th-re is no smoke, no Bmell, no danger arming from their n. Drop iu an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 March 1859

C5rofrrtf0 tlt3 Stifanl)0dtii7 artatian, (Erdnspnrlati'an. i r. P. MeWHIKTERJ " . 8. B. BEAT, . H S. MIIXKR, . - bu of Clarksvillo,' ia-of llurfreboro. ' 1 -"' Tenn. n'VHIRTER,f.IILLEfi&CO No, 5,North Market Street, "(Sigx or tub ma boot,) i PZAXXBS XT EETATL IX STLVPIaI1 ATI FAXCY BOOTS,3SHQES, j j - ----- HATS, VARIETIES, DITOUB A CO'S ISCnOR BRA5D Bolting Cloths, &c. W E are In receipt of an unusually Urge and com- pie l stock of SPRING AD SUMMER DRY GOODS, Which wax purchased from first hand fend first class bouses iu theEaalexn markets, ttaiis enaMing us lo of fer tuem lo cash and prompt tune customers on very favorable urmi a"hi at very low prices. Oi.r p; edecessmsbad a very liberal country patron age extended tbetn, and we promise by strict atten tion and close application, together with the very in Tiling stock off , . ' ' ' Spring and Summer Dry Goods, which we are daily receiving, to merit a continuation of lue K-.me. Our present slock in better adapted to t)ie ui...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 31 March 1859

1 ' t V ' a ) j J Aafc X laiit U - - TEBMSi Daily, per anoum, S 00 Tri-Weekly,, r annum, 00 , ., Weekly, oer innum, . 3 00 One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies ' for on year, in advance, 4 00 ' When the Pally, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly 1 to be Uaeontiuaed (paid in advance at the time subscribed ir),llie subscriber must order, oiberws it will be n tinned, at our option, until paid for and stopped. not laid, it must be .aid at the lime of discontinue see, or at our option. If tlie party is good , it wUl be ent unul id. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, st oar risk. from VIsVHER, OWEN CO., General Advertisicg House, AppleUm Building, 48 Broadway, New-York. LIGHT! LIGHT!! LIGHT!!! DIETZ & CO., asiracTisms or urwnn) lerosrnr, Camphcnt, Fluid, and Oil Lamps GAS FIXTURES, IS V4RIOTK BTYlttt JISD riM"M. C U A 11 li li 1 11 IV S, - " XADK TO OKbEK SOK CHURCHES, COIXEOEP, AND I'CHI.IC BUILDINGS. No. 132 William Street, near Fultou, Xew-Vork. febtt tfy Colrman's Loudon Mustar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 31 March 1859

J s 4 : X'.. .0 t DALLY t i : TM-WXEXXY $5 : WEEKLY S3. iv M - - ., i . UK.siniTii,CAnp co. . T.tKrraA.a. cir,nios. ciuj(SDKx,iKA r. joxxa. MIT .SMITH, 1 w. IRA P.JONES. J T , Offlee-. Jf, 16 Deaderlck Street. ' ?0S GOVEBJTOB, " . JOHN, netherland; OF BiVtmS COCKTT.' for CONGRZSB,- JIMES M.QUARLES, OK MOVTOOJ1EBT. ' TOR TLOATlfB ' t IUCI1AUD, 11. CHEATHAM, or imyidhox. Thursday; march si. iko. DaTidson County Convention, j, Saturday, April 2d, 1859. .- For the nomination of candidates to represent ihe county fa the Senate and House of Representative. . , ' t John IVetkerland. So familiar are the . people of Tennessee ! with tlie bame and fame of John : Nkthkr- lavd, that it eem8 almost a work of super. .rogstion to introduce bim in the new attitude . in wbicb he ha been placed before them. For many years past he has occupied a post lion In the Tery front ranks, of tbe distin palshed public men of the Whig party of Tennessee. A modest, high-toned, gallan gentleman, eminent alike for ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 31 March 1859

c - .i 11..? . a a.-.-..;-,! jjm v &2'?-JlZj??rTm. .- rH-a- x 'es K " I r- c V ,. I ( - ? r-i t ' f NASHVILLE: . . j THURSDAY MORNING, MARCTI 31, 1859 The Ai-Biox-Mr. J. E. Lyman, agent of the New York Albion, in on a visit to oar city upon busiatfs connected with th aubxcrip tiod i department of that journal. The Albion baa a fine lint of sabecribers here, and be would be pi- awd to increase it. It i a rery able weekly, and althonpb deroted mostly to English. matter, ia of interest to the general reader- -The pi ice of the A lUm is $6 per an num, the payment of wbicb entitlea the wb acriber to a nnperb -Djcraving. The engra ving which Mr. Ltma.v ia now distributing is the - Hero of Luckaow, Sir Coux Ca mp- VF.U- ' 2PT' The Hmckerbockeb, ancient and amiable, but fresh and fitful and sunny and Hcaxonable as an April tnorni ig, for the month of Arril up to time like a stripling, and I before u. We hare so often commen ded the Knickerbocker that we ar at a lots to know what more ia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 31 March 1859

impoxMon:: ,.. VnJ&nis, tic. , T. T. VcWHJRIB, .!-- ? T " 8. B. SEAT, . 8. MtfiJOt, - ;. . . ; 1 ; late of Ciarksville, lata of Murfreeaboro'. Tena. 7 H 1 RTER, H I LLEB & C 0 - i ' - No. : 51,". fforth : Market Street, C V f Sidy OF TEE BIO BOOT.) CXAtXBS AT RETAIL IX STAI'IaE Aitt FAXCV i . BOOTS,BSIIOES, HATS, VARIETIES DtTFOUR & CO'S ANCIIOIt BRAND . Bolting Cloths, &c. W are in receipt of an unusually larga sad com. plete lock of SPUING AND SU3I31EII DRY GOODS, Which w purchased from first hands 'and first class - boa. in the Eastern markets, thus enabling an to of- for them to cash aol rompi lima customers on very , favorable term and at very low prices. Ojr edocei-sors had a very liberal country patron age ssteuied them, and we promise by strict alien. .'Hon and close application, together witu the very in Tiling at iclc of Spring and Summer Dry Goods, which we are laily receiving, to merit a continuation of the Hume. Our present slock ia bolter adapted to tue...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 April 1859

TEIDlkt Jaily, per annum, . ' Tn-WeeKly. -ci 4.uuu., I uO Weekiy, tunuiu ..... One eekly r.r two years, or two Weeklies '(iru,'rnir.iBil8uce 5 OO n.n the Imily. Tri-Weekly, ,,r Weekly I ti.be ltecm:iont (paid in ailvaue at the time subscribed r).lhe . ihscri-ter must order, niherum it will be uun cd.at .or opt on, unlil paid fir aol stopped. not ia i, it roust be jiai-l at tin? time of discoulinu oce. or n.1 ..t;r option. If lite partv is gmxl.it will be rvX until imid. - B tmiltances by mail, in 44 rrf iateretl" letters, at our isk. tlfD-i)ork. rrutn VISCHER, OWEN CO., neml Advertising itouse, Applctuu Building, 340 Broadway , New-York. LIGHT! LIGHT!! LIGHT!!! DIETZ & CO., MAsrFAi-nu&Ka of isram tu Kerosene, Caniplifne, Fluid, and Oil La in pi GAS P1XTUKES, IX T4KJOC4 STYLO) A.'.D FI.SIUH. C 11 A X I K 1a 1 I S, XAVK To OHHFB r'K ClIL'RCHE?, COIXEUK, AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS. Ni. William street, near Fulton, New-York. ' febb try . fo't man's Loudon Mustard, THE auenli-n of If-a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 April 1859

flshoillc-fatnoi ... , - S-fllTII, CAMP A; CO. A. . ClMP. TWOS. CALLXXDCt. I KA . Jntn f. T. SMITH ' W.FIY -SMITH, 1 ' ' ; " IRA P.JONES, -No. 16 Deaderlelt Street. "'A j - - ...... v .Offltt TOR GOV ESI, OB. JOHN NETHERLAND, tr HAWK.I.V3 ctonr. f' tjl'TOE C0NGEES8, J A 31 E S 31 . QUARLES, ,. OF MONTGOMERY. FOB PLOATEB, lUCllAltD B. CI1KATIIA3I, Or DAVIDSON'. FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1839. DaTidson County Convention. Saturday, April 2d, 1859. For (he nomination of candidates to represent ihe county in the Senate and House of Representatives. :. , ' ' SPEECH OF cHoQ. Jere. Clemens, t ,q F MEMPHIS; Delivered at the Statk CtPrroL, bkfore the - Opposition- State Convention, at Nami j'Tru.E, March 23, 1859. "Mr. Clemens said : I bad not intended to make any remarks upon the public questions now ajritating the country, until after the re port of the Committee on Resolutions, of which I urn a munlrr. Rut the time is not at all material and 1 do not feel at Jilx-rty to re fuse the call - which Ims...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 April 1859

,liNASH,y.ILLE: FRIDAY, MORNING, ..... APRIL 1, 1859 Matiatlca of Naalvvllle. We gather tlie following interesting aggre gates of Nashville Statiat ic from -'Catnpbvira Busidese Directory T-r 1859." r - ... The population of the fcily proper is 25,113 of which 10,728 are wbilt-s,. 10.757 mak an4.971 finale; 5.385 blacks, or whotti 1, 758 an; ire. The population of the puburba is 6.700. making a total of 31.813. The manufactura of the city reach $2,374,700 the total trade exclusive of manufacture, is 22.476 812. About 100 t-teamWt viit our port during a yt-ar. wiih an aggregate Lon irnge of 108 000. The railroad and turnpike toarmge are nut given, but it ie thought to be fully tqual to that of the pteamUjata. There are 16 Prot'-Hant chnrchea with a tacmlerVliip of 2.835, Ih-rMc five African churches with tfl0 memlera. The Catholic raemlHThhip in 2,000. The Directory " con tains mnch detail oi thcee various sulij'.-cts, kihI weeoiaiM' iKl it generally to our citizens. Sff-Two young ge...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 April 1859

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