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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 3 September 1860

Spmaf notices. IIOMll S1UER BM1DI THE OXLY PER.VAXEXTLY OPXiAXlZEPBAXDIX TIIK CITY, will attend to all calls for ramie both at home and abroad, giving entire satisfaction -r no charpe. The Band is composed of Fifteen Performer, with a complete set of new eilrer instruments. All calls for music, for funerals, pic-nics, serenades and jubilees will be attended to promptly. W. L. HORX, Manager and Cooductor, pr2"-ly " 15 Sooth College St. Health and Happiness n ' otiUUicu. THE CONCENTRATED CURE THE CONCENTRATED CURE A POWERFUL REMEDY A POWERFUL REMEDY FOR WEAKNESS FOR WEAKNESS FOR" EARLY INDISCRETION FOR EARLY INDISCRETION TRT ITI TRY IT! TRY IT! TRY IT! 70CNG MEX wbaira suffering from the effects of 1 TOathful indiscretion can oe surety ana perma nently restored by using the Concentrated Cure OR AQUA V I T A E, 1 Remedy o f Great and Certain Power. MTh'is remedr is pot up in small vrala.and can be sent by mill to any address. A trial will satisfy. Ise it f.pr a week, ami you will exper...

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 September 1860

1860. I860. (Roods! TH0IHPS0N& C! No. 59, College St reef, XASIiriLLE, TEX X ESS EE Are now receiving their stock of Fall and ff Vntei O O O 1 s. Asl lake pleasure in anuourtciu t tuei Tj'n-1 and castoun-rv, ami th trade p ii Tl Jy, thai thy will have a stuck uwnN llii -H.-mn which cannot be excel !.. We most reapr-UulIv invite all la an ex amination of our fJootL-, assuring all who favor u willi a call to give eii'iio .:iiisl;ic tioa. We at present, invite particular ntt-M-tion to cur excellent a.soi trnmt ol" XKW Willi DRESS GOODS VELVET EOBES. F -. . - KADZMTEB SILKS : ABMUilE SILK, ( t-.!..-.i .-..!tit-lh;ii' entirely new; EOLIDCOLOSED SILK-in .'' '''-" ' ured ; POULT 'DE SOIE : ESOCHE SILKS : CHECKED SILKS : SLACK ASUTTEE ; OTTOMAM V J US, X. art:. ! : CSMANLI POPLINS, a i ALE NCI A EOBES. EMBROIDERIES AND LACE G!OOIS Oar Lace department is unusually attrac tive this raoa. New Styles in Lace Sets, Maltese Sets, Point A'Guille Sets. Point de Anglst6n e Sets, Point de Alencon...

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. — 4 September 1860

V - vHaBBBaBBBBBBaBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaBBB 1 In 3' PUBLISHED DAILY. TJRI. WEEKLY. AND WEEKLY. BY A; S. CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEADERICK STREET. - - -v . . vol; xxn. NASHVILLE, TENK TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, I860 NEW SERIES NO. 1465 v O A TT V ...NT A SMI V 1 i J M. FA I ,j- i ' ' ' j -. .; : .' - - r . I " lr t... , '. i r ,' j, r' - - . i' ,IU '''t Til ii'i i Zl J' .:i '!i ts ? 'I'! 1H Zi ?' ; I ; .... , ; . . j.-.., i - v l . , : . ' - ' i t - . . i of- , Uast)tttlc patriot. TEBHSt Daily, per aaaaaa 0 Tri-weeAly, per anno m,.. .. ............. a Ow . Weekly, per annum, 3 ft tae Weekly for two years, ortwa Week iea 1 for 00 year, ia advance.............. a M Waea the Daily. Tri-Weekly, or Weekly t to be diacoaUBaed( paid ia a4vaice at tbe timesnbscribed or), the sabsenber sct order, oarwiae it will be eoau&ae4,ator adoption, antilpaid for and stopped, f not pad, it most be paid at the time of discoctina. ace, or at ourupito. If the party is good,...

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. — 4 September 1860

5 fy&y. ' ' . " .. "', ' ' ' ' - ------- M - ? .M i ij . ft I A I A' - ? i r4 V i; ' : V - ' -- - : , . i i . 4iiiiiiiwnini!ii m w 15 Patriot. DAILY $8: TRI-WEEKLY $5: WEEKLY 43 naoT f ;cur. AXidvau -itA r. jagcE. A f'O. i It V A. St. CAM I" . N.IJS'.4Ml.TU,) jHja.., . . fK a l.Juy'A4,,0" JoflX E. lLaTCHER, J-i-ciut? S-Jior. -N. 1 UeatltritrW Street. For I'rraldent, JOHN BEL, OF TENNESSEE. For Vice-President, EDWARD EVERETT, OK MASSACHUSETTS. KLECTOKAL TICKET. FOR THE STATE AT UML KAII.IK: l-KVTO.V, ol .Suii4... . .'. TAVI.OK, of 'rtor. KwK TUB lUaTRICTS. 1. J. V. DEADEEICK, of WusLin-ton. ' 2. O.P. TEMPLE, of Kio.x. 3. ALFRED CALDWELL, of j.cMi.'n. 4. S. S. STANTON, of Smith. 5. E. I. GOLLADAY, of Wilson. C. WM. F. KE11CIJEVAL, of Lincoln. 7. JOHN C. BROWN, or Giles. . JOHN F. HOUSE, of Montgomery. ALYLN IIAWKIXS,of Cam II. 10. Ii. IX. NAIiORS, of Sht-ll.T. Central Elftnllvr Comniillrf. Edwiv H. Ewixo, Neili. i-?- Dkowx. Alu. A. Hall, P. V. Max kt. Jph Lelltktt, John IL Caixexu...

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. — 4 September 1860

"lJewv-jygvp - tiwjiMjuiajjjiju v i i i 2 i .j : i iff l - ' fir, ( n r 1 W -r W i i -i ii i ; $ ff J.-'lvJ - ' ; tL il?.-f ,1, f.'.f :j - f:rj - ... QJi-t Special "Untlfts. "SM SILVER BAUD! THE ONLY FERMAXEXTLT OKGANKiD BAND IX THE CITT, will attend to all rale f. uifk both at and' abroad, giving entire ati-f;1,oo or tab .buge. Tbe Band is cdffiid of '. fifteen Performers, with a complete set of new silver instrument. All calU ZjT muie, for funerals, pic -cm, seiena leg BA jubtkes will be attended tu promptly. - ' - W. L. HORN, Manager and Conductor, -ar27-ly : 1 - 15 Sooth College st. Health and Happiness Secured. THE CONCENTRATED CURE TILE CONCENTRATED CURE. . ' -7 A POWERFUL. REMEDY ' A POWERFUL REMEDY OR WEAKNESS - -FOR WEAKNESS , , FOR EARLY IN DISCRETION FOR EARLY INDISCRETION TRY IT! TRY IT! TRY IT! TRY IT! YOCNO MEN who are suffering from the effects a Toothful indiscretion can be surety and pcrmaf cestly restored by using the Concentrated Cure AQUA VITAE, 1 Bratdy of Great...

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. — 4 September 1860

II' a." i 1 -3 1 1 1 ,1 H Iti i ! I I860. 1860. - THOffiQI&CO IV o. 59, College Street, XASUVILLE. TENNESSEE Ar now r--ceiFing their stock ol FaH an J Winter GOODS. An-1 take plea-are in announcing to their fi i-Dls and dp-tomr rf, and the trade general ly, thai they will have a stock ol good this season which cannot be excelled. We most rr?pclnlly invite all to an ex amination of onr Goods assuring all who favor u. wiih a call to give en'ire satisfac tion. We at present, invite particular attvntion to ur excellent nportment ol' XKW U 113 11 DRESS GOODS V.ELVET B02ES, with rioa. n,y .: HABZHIEH SILKS : ARMTiE SILK, (in co-lots,! som.-thine. e&tire'y rew; t - EOUD COLORED SILK, M-iu colors scJ fig ured ; POTJLT 'DE SOIZ : ESOCHE SILKS: ';-. CHECKED SILKS : - " V BLACK ARM USE ; : OTTO MAM V J TJB, Nw amUe ; tSMASLI POPLINS, d ALES CIA ROBES. EMBROIDERIES AND LACE GOODS Oar Lace department is unusually altrac tie this season. New Styles in Lace Sets, Ualtese Sets, Point A'Guil...

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 September 1860

, DAILY iASIlYTLLE TATRIOT ': v- PUBLISHED DAILY, TRI-'WEEKLT. AND WEEKLY, BY A. S. CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEADERICK STREET. vol. xxn. NASHVILLE, TEM- WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 1800 NEW SEELES NO. 1466 I i 4 Daily, per acncm Oo Trf-weekly.peracnum, 6 00 Weekly, per uiam, . 3 00 - On Weekly for two years, ort an Wwt" lee for ore year. In advance, & 00 When the Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly Is to be discontinue paid ia advance at the timet ubscribod or), the aabscriber most order, tn rwis it will bo OTntmued,atcradoption,ontilpaid for and stopped, f not paid, it mast be paid at the time of discontina cc,or atouroptioo. If the party is good.it willbe sent antilpaid. Remittances by mail, in "registered ' letters, at ar risk. Steam Press Printing Concern! A. S. CHIP & CO., Proprietors, Xo. IS Baderlck Street, Is fvUitked Daily, TH- Weekly and Weekly. Ttaxj. Dally $3 per annum. Tri -Weekly $5 per annum Weekly $3 per annum. Toe Patiij or is an earnest, active and indefatigable supporte...

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 September 1860

If , . .---i r-i ---. r,3 "I if lastjmlle patriot. DAILY 1 8: TBI-WEEZLT $5: WEEKLY 3 .JrTHOST 8. CAMP. T09. CAU-K-XDKR. - -r-- . ISV A. n r. joxics. B. KPMrNrrto!. ft. 5. CAJIP A IRA P .JONES , ( l'brt JOHN E. HATCHER, Associate d-.: . 16 Ueailcritb street. i For Preident, OF TENNESSEE. For Vire-i'renideul, EDWARD EVERETT, OF MASSACRC?ETr?. ELECTOKAL TICKET. iOR THE STATE AT LARGE. 1IAII.1K ITAIOS, of Suumrr, X. TAVI.OR, of Carter. r.'R THE DI.S11UCT.S. 1. J. W. DKADFTMCK. of WxaEt.-n 2. O. P. TEMPLE, of Knox. 3. ALFRED CALDWELL, of McMim. 4. S. S. STANTON, of Smith. 5. E. I. COLLADAY, cf V.ilsoa. C. V. M. F. KEKCI1EVAL, of Line- In. 7. JOHN C. DROWN, or Giles. JOHN F. HOUSE, of Mcntgoin. rr. 0. ALVIN HAWKINS, of Carn.-!. 10. D.D. XAEORS. olShel'-y. Central Ilxerulite (oumiltrr. Edwix II. Ewi.no. Jn'kill S. Ukown, Allen A. Haij, P. W. Maakt, John Lei i.tett. Je-HNlI. G.VU.&M::. Hokkk II IIai:;: RON. WEDNESDAY MORXI.NT;, SEPT. i, l&v rlie Aaohtille Patriot antJ 31 r. Vau- T'...

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. — 5 September 1860

? 5 if Special Untirrs. HORtrS SILVER BAUD ! THE ONXT PEEXLAXEXTLY UKGAMZED BAND K THE CITY, will attend to all calls for music both at ht-me and abroad, giving entire sal i fart n -r do charge. Tbe Band is composed o( Fifteen Performer, ah a complete Set of new silver instrument. A3 Cilia for i&usic, for funerals, pk- niti, grenades and jubilees will be attended to promptly. W. L. HORN, Manager and Conductor, apr2I-ly ' 15 South College St. Health and Happiness Secured. THE CONCENTRATED CURE .THE CONCENTRATED CURE A POWERFUL REMEDY rOR WEAKNESS FOR WEAKNESS FOR EARLY IN DLSCRETION FOR EARLY INDISCRETION TRY ITI TRY IT! TRY ITI TRY IT! MESwboire sutferiw from, the eflTe.-u o X youthful Indiscretion ui bo surely and pertnaf trcuy rtatorea ny miua we Concent rate A i.ure AQUA V I T A E, A Remedy of Creataad Certain Power. This remedy is pnt cp in Email vials, and can be sent fcy iaiJ to any address. A trial will satisfy. Use it fJr a week, and you w ill experience a great benefit....

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. — 5 September 1860

I860. 1860. (Qoois, etc. FALUND:WINTER dfsfcilaneacs. ottmt$r; E?-JrfiU ---ft.--,. f j-fc mm wt- II ii il- if 1 Goods! THQ1FS0N& ea No. 59, College Street, NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE Am now receiving their stock of J7i7 awrf Winter G OODS. Aad take pleasure iu atiuuuuci-ig to their trienus and customer?, and the trade general ly, that they will have a ntcck of goods thle season which cannot be excelled. We moat respectiolly invite all to a;i ex amination of oar Goods, assuring all who favor us with a call to giv f-n'ire Satisfac tion. We at present, invite particular attention to f -nr excellent assortment of XKW U1C11 DRESS GOODS VELVET KOBES, with t U'J.te,, rcT? ridt: BADZ2tEEE SILKS : ABKUiE SILK, ( o?.) somen x; tnt ire'y new; SOLID COLOBXD SILK, in plain mivs arr! cred ; POTJLT DE S0IE : BEOCHE SILKS: CHECKED SILKS : BLACK ABMURE; OTTC2LAH V I tTK, New article . tSKAXLI POPLINS, and ALLXCIA EOBES. EMBROIDER! AXI LACE GOODS Uor Liice department L- a aasaaliy attrac tive this peas...

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. — 6 September 1860

PUBLISHED DAILY." TEI-'WEEKLY. AND WEEKLY. BY A. S. OASIP fc CO., NO. 16 DEADEBJCK STREET, i ..- NASHVILLE, TENN. .THUJtSDAY SEPTEMBER 6, -1860 vol. xxn. MTW SEELES NO. 1467 2 - osljuille patriot TERMS: Daily, per annum 9? Tri-weekly , peraongm,.... ............. 6 00 Weekly, per annum, .3 00 One Weekly for twoyears, ortwo Week lea for one year, in advance, 6 00 When the Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly U to bs diacootinaed( paid in advance at the time subscribed or), the subscriber mcst order, otn rwise it will be eontuiued.at our adoption, until paid for and stopped. t not paid, it most be paid at the time of discontinu ce, or at onr option. If the party is good, it will be sent until paid- Bemittances by mail, in "registered" letters, at oar risk. Steam Press Printing Concern! nVttt.lllt A. S. CAMP & CO., Proprietors, No. 16 Deaderick Street, Is Published Daily, Tri Weekly and Weekly. Touts. Daily Tri-Weekly... Weekly per annum. ....$5 per annum. ....$3 per annum. The Patriot is ...

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. — 6 September 1860

4. oi; 1 llospille Ijntrtot DAILY f 8: TEI-WZEKLT 15: WEEZLTtiS 3THOST S. CJOtF. iman. (juodu. II V A. S. in r. jo--r. H. KUXr-VIWOS- ; I . W JOHN E. ilATCH EE, Jtvfe - J: i : ' For Preideiit, JOHN BELL, OF TEXNKP.-J-X. For VIe-Prident, EDWARD EVERETT, OF MA.VCIIVSETRs. KLECTOIUL TICKF.T. FUR THE STATE AT LAF-CE. I.Alfii I'EVTOX, ci Minmrr, -V. ti. I AVI.OH, or Carter. for niK pistkict-h. -1. J. Y. DEAPF.RICK. of Vtliin:it..ii. 2. ). T. TK.VrLU.ot Ki.t-x. 3. AL1HED CALDWELL, f McM'.nn. 4. S. S. STANTON. r Si-iiili. 5. E. LGOLLAHAY, f 6. WM. F. KEUCIIEVAL. of T.in.N.ln. 7. JOHN C. L'KOWN, or Giles. 1 - . JOHN E. IiOUE, or Monliroiiury. 'J. ALYIN HAWKINS, f C-invil. 1 T. D.E.NAr.OR,t,fS!Rll.v. Crntral Kxrtudve Coiuuilllrc. Edwin II. Kwlvg, Nkili. S. Drown, Aixkn , A. Hall, I. W. JIaxey, Jojin Lkij.tktt, - ' Jf-nx II. Callexpeb. Horac-: II. Haisi'I- RON. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 0, lfcbU. Tlie Slavery A sitatioii Squatter Sov- ereinlF tlic Doftr'ie of Hie Dciou era tit 1'artj. - The pol...

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. — 6 September 1860

IV A S H Y I L L E, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 6, 1860 ' Ckcdwati, Daxtiuje axd Nafhtillk Rail Road. At a special meeting of the two Boards composing the City Council, conven ed by Mayor Uoi lixgswokth, yesterday, at the request of a number of the members and citizens, a message was read from bis Honor, in relation to the present unsatialactory con dition of our northern connexions by rail, and suggesting the propriety of sending a delegation to Cincinnati for ibe purpose of aiding in the effort to build a Railroad from Cincinnati to Nashville, via Danville, in or der to have a better connexion between the North and the South, so far as the coming trade is concerned, than we have at present. After some discussion in the Board of Al dermen, Aid. Cox offered a resolution to ap point Gen. W. Barrow, CoL V. K. Stevenson, Dr. C. K. Winston, George Maney, IL C. Seymour, James M. Hamilton, IL C. McNairy and Mayor llollingsworth, a Committee to visit Cincinnati and confer with a committee ther...

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. — 6 September 1860

860. 1860. Prp (Boobs, tit. JBcutral. FALL AND WINTER JlisccUaaeans. THOiPSBMCfl Xo. 59,' College Street, XASIir J L L E, TE2fXESSEE Ate dow receiving their stock of Fall and Winter GOODS. Ami take pleasure hi announciug to their friends and customers, and the trade general ly, that they will have a stock cl goods this season which cannot be excelled. "We most respectfully invite all to au ex aminatioa of our GootL, assuring all who favor ns with a call to give iijre saiisfac UOD. We at pre pent, invite particular attention to our excellent assortment of DRESS GOODS VELVET KOBE3, wilh Flounce, tvry ri- k: EADZMTEK SILKS : ARMXT.bE fiTT.If (in colors.) something cnt.r.!y new; SOLID COLORED SILK, 1! plain o !-. and in ured ; POULT 'DE SOIE : BEOCHE SILKS: CHECKED SIXES : BLACK ABartTRE ; OTTOMAH V UK, New am. : : CSUAKLI POPLINS, and VALENCIA EOBES.. FM BROIDERIES AND LACE GOODS Our Lace department is unusually attrac tive this season. New Styles in Lace Sets, Maltese Sets, Point A'Ga...

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. — 7 September 1860

AY YU r AX"" ; CV I H-H ".-7uA : U. ( T H- XX f , . , Hi I NJ . .li. i-i- ! ' PUBLISHED DAILY; TKirOTEEXLT.'ANI) TVTEKKLY, BY . A. ; S. C AMP COM NO. 16 DEADERICK STREET T : : -VOL. XXII. :;ti NASHyiLLE; TENN. EETDAY. SEPTEMBER 7,1800. KEW. 'SERIES NO. 1468. Yf- !' MflsljBillf patriot TEBUS: . .- Daily, per annum oo Tri-weekly, perannum - 00 -Weekly, Pr annum, .. 3 00 riiio WertlT for twqyrara. orlwo WftfiM for one Tear, in advance,... 5 00 . ! .Z Whea tho Daily. Tri-Weekly, or Weekly U to be dlaconrinued( paid in ad ranee at the timesabseribed or), the subscriber must order, otarwise it will be i-VV.'coatwud,atoaradAptioii,untilpaid for and stopped. not pajJ.it out be paid at toe time of discoot'tott 1 nce.or at oaroptioo. If the party is good, it willb sent antil paid. .s-.tj Remittances by mail, in 'registered " letters, at oar risk. " Steam Press Printing Coneern! YU. r DJ. 'A. S. CAMP & CO., Proprietor - . Ha. 16 Deadexick Street, . is PuUuktd Daily, Tri HVcHm and IfWiy. Tt...

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. — 7 September 1860

r-f mt.;r mty .u. ffHy.(.i.,eyjiiartW EAJLY $8: Tfil-TRTEZKLY $5: YEllXli i j STHOXT 9. CAMF. TJW. CiilZ5TEa. ISV Am N. . 1. 1 H ".!- a:ts .V .l!Y.1!!!Ti!,i Jt.hN" E. HAiCliiS, Azv.-cia! F.ii;r OfHeo -No. 1G Jci5e5cl. Mr M. for 1'res.ident, t or Vice-Ircslleiit, EDWARD "i MA CliC- 1 " - OF KLECTOKAL TICKi:rl TOP. nilF. STATE AT 1 AI'.'.K. I?AII.J"C I'EITM, til M: mi it rr,' S. CJ. TAVLUit, of Carter. Vi'Jl THE I)!hTriCTr. I". J. W. DEADZEICIC, of W: -hirt.:!! 2. O. I. TEMPLE, of Kto.r. 3. ALFRED CALDV.'ELL, cl ilcilioo. 4. S. S. STANTON. f Sn:'.'!. 5. IL 1. GOIXADAY, f Wii .-,n. . tt.'.L F. KERCIIEVAL, of Liiiofhi.' 7. JOHN C. EIIOWN, of Gil-.-. a. JOHN F. HOUSE, cf J'on' ry. D. ALVIX HAWKINS, of Carro::. ' 10. D.B. NALORS. o!Hht V. Central Iecmive Couimiltt-e. Eovrix II. Ewixo, Neii.i. S. Hkmwn, Aij.kx A. If ALU I'. W. Maxkt, John Lki i.yktt. Jciix II. Cai.lem'KH, IIokack If. Hakm- KOX. "FRIDAY MORNING, SEt'T. 7. UM. killiu'iu CainIfdateK J. '. Sliei-k-iit-ll-e iu 1S52 and 1S('.. i...

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. — 7 September 1860

1 A S H V I L L L, FBIDAY MORNING, SEPT. 7, 18C0. "Let oar teachers' remarks the World, "have the moral con rag" to assign very short lessons, especially to yoong children. Iosist that these short lessons fchall le most accu rately learned, and recited at a brtfc pace without the least halting or hesitation. Prac tice a profuse questioning and crow question ing, leading jour pupils just near enough to the inferences you wish them to draw to ena- j complete, thoroughly appointed inau-r of hi business OMtla o Mr.'i. A. Stitt, Superintendent if Ike PuUiihing House f the Metkodut j EpUertpaX Church. South TRIBITE OF REsPECT. At a meeting of t he officers and eniioyee of the Publishing Boose of the Jl. E. Church, South, called, September 4, 1860, the Eev. Dr. Mi l crrin was call d to the Chair, and Rev. L. D. Huston appointed Je-re- lary. Alter prayer by Dr. Summers, the- C'ha ir ktuwuwi the object of the meeting. We are tailed, be ald, to mourn the loss of one who, from the cuiuiuriii-;...

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. — 7 September 1860

- - I860. I860, prt) (Sorts, etc. FALL AND WINTER Professional Carts. JQxsmlantons. 1 iflM (flirts! , , kgm cs Wo. 59, College Street, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Are now receiving iLeir btovk of JFYiZZ and Wintcr GOODS. Ami take pleasure iu announcing to their friend -i and customer?, anil the trail.'' general ly, that they will Lave a Ktock fl gools ibis season whicb caDnot Im excelled. We most, respectfully invite all to an ex amination of oar (oods, assuring all who fjvor in with a call to give entire t-aii.slac- tion. We to cur at pr'.'.-enf, invite particular att-union excellent assortment of Xfiv uiru DRESS GOODS VELVET KOBES, with Flonm-.-. wj BADZMIER. SILKS : ' ARMTJtE SILK, (to co..rs.) somelhin enlir ly new ; SOLID COLORED SILK-m pta.n color au.1 ug- ored ; PCULT'DZSOIE: ESOCHE SILKS: CHECKED SILKS : BLACK ABinTSE; . OTTOMAM IVR, av art OSMANLI POPLINS, i:-t VALENCIA EOBES. EMBROIDERiE AM LACE GOOD! Our Lace department uiiuniullv IIit.c tive tbis fwaon. Now tytf" jn Lace Sets, ...

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. — 8 September 1860

t: - " - : - l "V Biisiim daily. . VOL. IXII. - - . - . I ; r : ; NASHVILLE, TEN N. :; S ATURDA jSjaOER .'8, '1860. -iBHIC1 j EjrC lfE"W . SERrES-riyo. -'1469. v. 13 h Hflsljuille patriot. TEKMS: DaUy, pr luom 0 Tr-weltly, pertonom ............. 6 00 Weekly, per unom,.... ...3 C One Weekly for twoyears, ortwo Weef" ic fur one year, in adraace, 6 00 Vhea the Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Week'.y is to be darontinaed' paid ia adrance at the time subscribed or), the sabdcriber must order, otn r wise it will be couunoei,l oar atloptjoo. act il paid for and Etopped. t ant paiJ.it bbo31 be paid at the time of dscoDlina ace.or at oaropiion. If tiie party is gaud, it Will be aent antil paid. KemittanCS by mail, in "registered " letters, at tsr risfc. Steam Press Printing Concern! 1IE 1. S. CAMP & CO., Proprkturs, Ko. 18 Deaderick Street, Is i-uliikrd Daily. Tri- Weekly and Wreily l Pail. Trt-Weetiy We Wir . per annum. . ..io per annum. ...i3 per annum. Tile Paieioi a an earnest, active and inde...

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. — 8 September 1860

SAILTtS: TBJ-W2XJLLT S6: WKKJLLTt? nu r. TTCB. CAIXEXHKB. . BY A. S. CAMP A CO. E. HATVHXJi, M"r. 16 Ieadertfc Ktreel. . . . Fr l?realdeiit, - JOBnST BELL, OF TEJlNtSSfcK. For Vlee-Preldent, EDWARD EVERETT, OF MASSACHUSETTS. ELECTORAL TICKET, FOR THE STATE AT I ARGIL. BAILIE PF.YTOS, of Sum N C. TAVLOB, f Carter. ntr, FOR TDK WSTBJCTS. J. W. DEADERICK, of Wellington. 0.' P. TEMPLE, of Kuox. ALFBED CALDWELL, of McMioo. S. S- STANTON, of Smith. E. L GOLLADAY, of Wilson. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. WM. F. KERCHEVAL, of Lincoln. 7. JOHN C. BROWN, of Giles. , 8. JOHN F. HOUSE, of Montgomery. 9. ALVIN HAWKINS, of CarrolL 10. D.B. NABOBS, of Shelby. Central ExccmUtc Committee. Edwin EL Ewinq, Neill S. Baowx, Allen A. LTall, P.W. Maxet, Jobs Lelltett, Johs H. Callcndeb. Horace H. HARRI SON. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT. 8, 1860. Has 51 ee tins at Lebanon. 5,000 People In Council. We learn from gentlemen of this city, who were in attendance, that the Mass Meeting at Lebanon, gotten np by the Constitutional ...

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