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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 23 August 1859

dtriot. 'RATES OF ADVERTISUVG. ( uxis oa less to coxsrn rs A sc-ran -One feqaare 1 day si ceeachad'al Insertion 1 ' (a : r. 1 month e oo . - , m J ? a oo z tZ m 12 oo " . " - 6 is o .", M r Jt " 12- " 24 00 -, XCtrWilU T FlXAt-CBS. Oae square, oi ear .Sjo each additional se.a v. l rttten notice must be given to take out slid stop advertisements . f yearly advertisers before the year expires, otherw. we (hall charge till done. OCOD to-art r.rl. ....... .. . . . t . 1 TEUJISi Daily, per innnm, SB 00 Trl-Weekly .peraunum 00 Weekly , per innum, 8 00 One Weekly Tor two years, or (wo Weeklies 1'or oue year, in advance, 6 0O When the Dally, Tri-Weekly , or Weekly I to be taeontinned (paid in advance at the time subscribed -),tbe subscriber nmet order, otherwise it will be utraued,atour option, untU paid tar and stopped, not oad, tt man he paid at the time of discontinu ice.or at ur optioa. If the party Is good ,11 will be emiuanceiby matt ,in "registered "letters, at oar nek- - PUBLISHED D...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 23 August 1859

HasljDille Patriot. DAILY $8: TBI-WEEX1Y $5: "WEEKLY $3. - BY SMITH, CAOTJP A: CO. w. it. uun , a. a. camt, tbcw. cAUJtAPm, iu r. jons. W. BY. SMITH, IRA F. JUNES, Office Xo. 16 Deaderlclt Street. TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1859. Conservative Oppoaltlon Movement, The Washington State professes to have in f jnnation to the effect that a committee of the Conservative Opposition of New York city, have issued a circular to prominent statesmen of the Opposition throughout the Union. This Circular according to the State, be gins by stating the position of the two great parties of the country, ith tie reasons why the representative names above meuuoucu cannot coalesce with either. This statement is followed by a table, wherein is exhibited the supposed strength of the Dmocratic and Republicans, and the surplus remaining. An estimate is then made as to the probable force which might be drawn from the ranks of these two grand armies and added to the surplus, which altogether shows a respectable etr...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 23 August 1859

NASHVILLE: TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1859 Principal Door-keeper of tbe House. t'f We are authorised to announce -JAKES I LEAKE, ef Davidson county , as a candidate for Prin cipal Door Keeper of the next House of fiepreeenta tJvea. - - mag23-U nasr ward. JJj" We are anthoriac-U to announce 3H0MAS C. CRUNK as a candidate for Councilman of the First Ward, at tbe ensuUg election. jwig23-te Grand Jubilee OF THE OPPGSTIOM PARTY AT KA9HVTLLE ON THE SOTH INST. The Opposition Party at Nashville will have a Grand ubilee on TowSjj, the 30th day f the present month, U) which ttiey cor dmlly and earnestly invite itheir brethren from all portions of the Stato. Our late can didate fr Governor, and fCl our. candidates for Co grew have been invited and will be preaeot ml address the people. Netherland, Nelson, Maynard, Brabsoa. Stokes, llatton, Jnarle, Ettaeridge and Sueed will be here. Let tbe people meet thein ia thousands, and testify their appreciation of their -ervieea in 4ae late combat. N r...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 23 August 1859

ptt) (Doobs-Ootljiitfl. Great Reduction. XTITH the Tie w of selling out everything m t T way of SlUili-K tluCK, we live ibis day re duced the prkes tu fig urea that nicst insure tbair ale, and all persons not supplied wculd do well to see the follow tiag articles, as they will be sold wituoutie gsrd to coat, loli t'Atil, or to raojur bctuui o naa. ; Eich Summer Silii, of all kiDds, I ; Eici Printed Grenadines " " Baca Piinted Eareges, " " ' Eich Printed Orgadiea, " " icn Printed Jaconet, " " Together with an endless variety of LOW P luW.Ni; is fact, everything fskishjibtj;, in the wa of fcurmner Gooes, will be sold at YEKY LOW PRICES. 4e mean what we gay." K. C. McNAlRT iVew Goods Tliird Importation WE are receiving a few new and desirable articles iu the way o! Traveling l'ress Minus, Kich Bi'lc ilks, Kibbons, Loose Basques, Kich tx-uL-, Ac, Ax. These Goods were bought it New Yoi k within the host to days by one of our hrm, and nre new and desir able. - K.C. McXAUt Y & CO. june...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 24 August 1859

tile patriot IIATES OF ADVERTISING. ' - (te cves o ijtss vo ooamTTTS A scsajra.1 One oqnar. 1 day s l eo-a-eaeh aa -wl ittsmruosi sa . 1 waek, 00-4jscll ad'al aZ 1 H i r:zzv, 1 "bob 09 T- 4. r 7 j jjj - m a " li 00 r.rt.i r a iZ ..M J &-J ! (., 4 li 44 Z 7Z, f " 'v "Tcuiusr ; Daily, ptniDOm, ,... $8 40 j Trt-Weekly ..erauuum. ............ 6 00 ; Weekly , per innum ... S 00 One Veely for iwo years, or two Weeklies j 'T'Y roroBeyear.iBadvBnee, ...... 00 J When tbe Daily, frt-Weekly , or Weekly I tab i,eeUBed -pa.d in advance at tlie limeaubscribed w) ,lhe 4UBScriber must order, otherwise it will be AtiLMratuu optioD, until peM for awd stopped, not i-a-d, it must be paid at tbe time of discontinu tce.er at ar option U toe party la good it will be - SReTtiLoe'by mail ,in"registered"letters,at our . , risk. . ..... ,. . 12 u 24 oa r f i-T If . . 4JO vi (in o 14 n J ee HUKHiiLi at natters. - On.sqnara,ei a year o0 eactadduietBla4iaaTwtl Written- atitice tvust be fivers to take autsad ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 24 August 1859

llnsijoillc patriot. DAILY S3 : tW-'WEEXLT $5 5 "WEEKLY 13. BY SJIITIf, CAW I' A; CO. w. mr. an, a. a camp, race, fcttxityim, ia r.ioiraa. ! . W. BT. SMITH, satt' IRA P. JONES, Office "o. 10 Pead-erlelt; Street. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1859. Opoltlon Jubilee on tbe 30tb Our readers will bear in mind that tbe Op position will bave a grand Jubilee ia this city nn TtiMwtav. 3ftth Inst.. In honor of oar ietial and glorious triumph in the recent Congres sional election. .The Opposition candidates for Congress, In everj District in tbe State, tbe unsuccessful aa well as the wiccewful, are invited and will doubtlc be present Oiber distinguiebed cbatnpioos from all parU of tbe State are also expected to be present. Ar rangements are being made which will ac : e ommodate all who may come op to give tbe occasion tbe endorsement tbe of their pres ence. It is desired that it shall be a conTO- eation of tbe masses, tbe honest and incor nntiiil tuvinle : tor it ia their noble and pa- g far triotic ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 24 August 1859

JN ASH V-It LEV' sj a a - WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUG. 24, 1859 C Warning to Wagoners. Marketmen nd others having wngonsaod teams entrust ed to their cre and keeping should be lit--tle careful how they leave tb-ir horses etand inir unhitched upon the fitreets and Public nt thie fine days some of h m will have to eUod up to a wheelwright and call in a vetenarv surgeon. or in tanee. , couple of horses standing thus In front of 4he Drue-Store of Rains & Baow.v jester- ne lrng-otore wi j , . . oor t.rpnkinir tliintrs. as We uj ca.c y.j - - DeoDle of Nantucket and Cape Cod say, all to eternal smash. Uaviiig nothing else to dof and taking no interest in the doings of tbe Police Court not fi off. they took to amusing themselves as quadrupeds of tbat species 1 sometimes will under similar circumstances. Lead-boree initiated proceedings by putting one loot on wrong side of tongue. We mean the wagon-tongue of course. Off-horse, de termined, like DeLave, the rival ofBi-ox- prs, not to be out do...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 24 August 1859

- fitcrorm- The.-New, York Times. .. . - ..a ..a i-j, . Il.i I Dally Morning and Evening ttiWSPAPER, ?- .1 .'; ' . : . j IIV POLITICS. t;TZ i , : t .;- -T ITS columnsaObrd a complete resume of the World's Icmg from uy to y : while its Correspondence, reports, literary Contributions, Ciltlcisiis, and Lend leg Article, represent all topics likely to engage public attention. . In the promptitude and ltillnes of iti account of the t - i GREAT ITALIAN WAK, Tbe 'nr To Tixxs bu (has far confessedly out- ' tripped aril k ci nteu p rarits: a recede, ee, which j Ho its en. le Editorial and other (.. i . snueiice at the teat ol er,it aiil onquiktictiabiy letain. - i . i '- Price bj Mail, Six Dollars a Year. The Semi-Weekly Times, la Issued oo the morning of rvery Trendy ard Fri day ,aiid cotitaii.s, in addition to tbe bilk ol Uitellt gtnc given iu the Daily p aver, A Literary Department, Embracing Standard Novels and Tales, and Miscella neous Selections of the bigbrst interest. With tbe issue ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 25 August 1859

1 flawiT-gir :ilPPiiiPir5TOii RATES OF AmURTISIAG. y fm nwy sis riw m . On. kaar. I day l C0each al'al M M 4 1 mn,v a rtn tt tt . "i I -: m ------- - v . --.- Tf y a oa Daily, per innnm, S8 00 ' Tri-Weekly -per annum, ft 00 Weekly , per innum, ... 8 00 - One Weekly for tcojuri, or twe Weeklies - f or neyer,tn advance, 6 00 When the Daily, Tri- Weekly, or Weekly t woe continued (paid in Advance at the time subscribed 'ir),lhe tubscriber mutt order, other wife it will be iutiaed,atour option, until paid for and slopped. not mvd, it mart be paid at the time of disconiinu , ice.oratour option. If tbepsrty tsgood,it wiiloe ' ,Remie'by mafl.ln reg1stered"letters,atour rufc- - ' . .-. . - a mw - 44 12 00 at I TT -. ': ft IS 00 M " .18 " 26 0 . joJJ PUBLISHED DAILY, TEI-T7EEKLY, AND WEEKLY, BY SMITH, CAMP & CO., KO. 16 DEADERICK STREET. One tqaars, ci a J-ear.3ftcli sdditkiiutlsqaare m " mmmmt vt KMJ USI m? JC I v Vii W UIH (fj VUI fKOQ sUOM IftTfirf in mi m t w ava. a-1 w m Jla.L.a.a. ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 25 August 1859

X. : v 6 llasljoillc pntrtDt. DAILY $8 : TEI-WEEXLY $5 1 "WEEKLY t& - " BT SJI1TH, CAKIP & CO. if.' it. nun , a. a. mr, thob. caujcpm, ui r. joxn. , ., IRA P.JONEa, JxTr.. Office !Vo. 16 ederlelc Street. THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1859. The Politic ofSain. Houston. Since the wondertul triumph and political revivification of Gen. Houston in the late election in Texan, a question has arisen as to what are his' politics. The N. Y. Herald not only claims biro, as a democrat, but urgta from day to day, in its peculiar and dashing ' style, that be is the most available man the Charleston Convention can bring forward for the Presidency. The Waehinjrton ContUtutUm ' aUo regards him as a reliable Buchnnan dem ocrat: theN.Y. Day Book and oi her journals. echoing the, set up the same claims. But it is a fact that most, if not all, the demo cratic organs in Texas opposed him mwt bit terly daring the canvass and ranked him and his supporters constantly a Opio8ition. They have not changed their...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 25 August 1859

NASHVILLE: THURSDAY MOENIK'G AUG. 25, 1859 . Grand Jubilee . t OF THE OPPOSTION PARTY AT NASHYILLK ON THE30TH INST. ' ' ;. . The Opposition Part at Nashville will bare a Grand Jubilee on Tuesday, the SOth day of the present month, to which they cor dially a4 earnestly invite their brethren from all portions of the Suite. Our late can didate ft Governor, and all our candidates for Congress have been invited and will be present and address the people. Netherland, Kelson, Maynard, Brabson. Stokes, Hat ton, Quarles, Etheridge and Sueed will be here Let the people meet them in thousands, and testify fbeir appreciation of their services in hel-teeomb.it. Nkill S. Bbow.v, - James E. Rains, Allen A. Hall, S. N. IIOLLIXQSWORTH, Jonx 11. Calle.ndkr, John Lbixtett, Cumnullee of Iuvilalion, Marshals Meeting. The following gentlemen have been ap pointed Assistant Marshall for the Opposition iProctHwion on the 30th, and are requested to meet at the office of Thou, T. Smilkt, E-q., .this morning a...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 25 August 1859

Ptnilflists. HJI)olcsale(Droffrif5j (Siomm, dr. itxmpoxMion: - 2 J. . Thfr New - York Times.: ;t ; A Daily Morning ami Evening : NEWSPAPER, ; : 1JVDEPENDEKT IN POLITICS. r - - r rS columns afford aeomplePi rssuroeof the World's Doings from day to day : while its Correspondence, ' i epm u, Literary Contributions, Ci Uicisiiis, and Leading Articles, represent all topics likely to engage public attention- In the promplituue and fullness ul r.'l itl accoauts ot the . . . -- - j i GREAT ITALIAN YVAIt, ; The Nsw York Times baa lhaa tar confessedly out Stfipped all IW contemporaries; a precedence, which '5 - -1 - villi its ample Editorial and other corn spoodeiice at the teat of war.it will unquestionably renin. . Price by Mail, Six Dollars a Year. ' .?-... : The ScrcMVeikly Times,' In issued on the morning of every Tuesday and Fri day , and contains, in addition to tbe bUk ot lutein genes given in tbe Daily Paper, A Literary Department, Embracing Standard Novell and Tale, and MiscePa . Be...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 26 August 1859

.. tt r. , - in- i -T... . : il T- ' ' j '." "' '"' ' II ll,ililmiJil'"-ili '-' -' -" "-'tV.' " TEiinot" tt Dally .pervnnnm, . ... . . .1 . .$ a 00 Tri-Weokly i r iiiuum, . 6 00 Weekly .perinnuin, 3 00 One iVeekly Tor two years, or two Weeklies foronryear,inadvance, ............. ft 00 When the Daily , Trt-Weekly . or Weekly 1 to be Hcontioaed (paid In advance at ihe time subscribed -),ihe iqbscriber must order, other wire It will be Atia ied,atour option, util paid for and stopped, not d,it mast he paid at the time of discontinu ice.oratoar option. If the party is good ,lt will be jnt nntil naiit. , Kamittaacesby mail, in "registered 'letter, at oor nsa. Professional Carts. Dr. A. W. MESECK, FRoU 1'rus.da. uowfor thirteeeu year in tlusc ran try, with great success in bis practice. Hi ofllce ia on Cdicge i-trert.ooruor of i iue, where oe uiy tre comoiltcd pern ally or ly lettrr. Every disens.;, if trui-ted b lii.r in time, mast nil If h under his skiLful and genius treatment. fr af ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 26 August 1859

ttdsljuille patriot. DAILY $8: TEI-WTEXLY $5: WEEKLY 3. BT SMITH, CAMP & CO. r. bt. nun, a. s. our, tmo. cxuj- dk , iaa p. johw. VT. HT. SMITH, 1 liters. - lra P. June, J Office No. 16 De.derlelt Street. - FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1859. "Admlnlrtlu and natural" lzed Cltizeus. Th European Times baring announced that some of the German States, the euljcct . having been brought to their attention by the Government of the United States, di.s:laim the right of forcing Germane, who may hare availed themselves of our natuialization laws, into their artnus on their return, on a visit, to their native soil, democratic presses are claiming great credit as due to tbe ad " ministration. This is . a monstrous claim. The question is one of too recent investiga tion, lor any one who is, even in the smallest degree posted, to be deceived in regard to the true state of tbe case. Tbe Administra tion deserves no credit. Whatever it has done to effect a change in the policy of German States, has beeu don...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 26 August 1859

1, i FRIDAY MORNING, . . AUGUST 26, 1S3 M A S S M E ETING or tub OPPOSITION PARTY a THE city or NASHVILLE, Tuesday, SOtli day of Angus. The following distinguished Speaker, we inyit!ruid expected to be present : Jno. Hetherland, B. B. Brabson, J. M. Quarles, Em. Etheridge, J. L. T. Sneed, T. A. E. Kelson, W. B. Stokes, Horace Maynard, Bobert Hatton, Hon. John Bell, And other distinguished gentlemen. Grand Jubilee OF TIIE OPPOSITION PART? AT NASHVILLE OX THE 30TH INST. nnnnBiiion Party at Nashville will A lV VJ'I"'" - - . A r.il,il.nnTttCHl:iT.t!ie 30tD naves uru f th nreeent month, to which tbey cor MM, nd earnestly invite tbnir brethren from all portions of tbe State. Our late can didate f..r Governor, and all our candidates f,r!.,nrrerfi Lave been invited and will be present and address tbe people. Nethei land, M.nird. Brabsou. Stokes, Hatton. eiw", J ... Quaile. Etberidge and Sueed will be bere. Let tbe people mtet th,!,n in thousanj8' and testify their appreciation or tbeir aerv...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 26 August 1859

The, New York Times. A Daily Morning am! Evening NEWSPAPER, IX DEPENDENT IN POLITICS. 3 ; : : rS columnsaffbrd acomplcte resume of the World's Doings fi i 'in ly to 'y : while iU Correspondent-e, tepoits, literary Contributions, CViticisn , and leading Articles, represent all topics llkcl) tocugag.) I ublic attention. In the proutpt.luce aud lulluess ul it I accounts oi the . t 4 GREAT ITALIAN WAR, " ' The New York fmra Las thnn. far confessedly out stripped ail t a tuteii.p. rams; a precedence, which lib Us ample Editorial and other - a spomieuce al tL r cut of War, it will uu,uiUioi.ub.y retain. Price by Mail, Six Dollars a Ycur. .'.TtercmMVeikly Tfcicsy .. -.- " - - - - --- J issued on the rooming of rvi ry Tuesday and Frl- ay ,aud contains, in sortition lo the b. Ik ol inlelli gvni e given iu tuts Lady Faper, A Literary Department, FmbracingSt-wdard Novel and Ta!e, aud Mircella tieous eelett otia ol the hightst in er st. With the imo of lued-iy ,auly StJtu, the iu.taai cbapturs ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 27 August 1859

"?,,II',MIIIII",?,IM,IMI,,II,BW'11 . , '' : . ' ", : tt5 - .... '. : -. , - . ; ; ilQslimlllatnBt. RATES OP ADVERTISING, (in tores ob lias to xiwrin r a sqp axs. ) ' Ooe&iuara 1 day (1 O0 ascb ad 'ai sarartioa i a if T-1 '"kj.3 00 aiach ad'al sauora l-f- Mm i xl"' i 11 ' 11 ; ; : V" 1 u 11 - J 1 J 1 J - IP iJ i : lt , - .. - : : : : ! .......... , . , . r - . ..." '.HfiT-j - 1 month f oo " .1 ,i ': :! i)ily, per annum, $8 00 Tri-Weekly peraunum i t0 Weekly, per innum, 00 One A'eeklyfur ioyeun,or two Weeklies foroneyear, io advance, t 00 When the Daily , Tri-Weekly , or Weekly I J to be tscontinueU (paid in advance at the time subscribed ) ,the inbsiviber must order ,vth era is it will be ntinued.atiar option, unul laid for and .topped, not, most bapaid at ibe time. discounting ice, or itmr opuon. If the party is good t wiiioe miuucesby mail.in " registered "letters.at oor risk. " "' '- 1IC' A J JJ, . 44 H 44 26 00 44 44 jaM assrsw a .a at ruar sc. One sroare, oi year ,ao ect add...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 27 August 1859

DAILt t8: TU-TOEKLY t5: WEEKLY 3. Vf SMITH CAMP & CO. w: T. am, a. a caar, tho- caixxMa, iu f. joxb. .BY. SMITH, Xztuen. LBA P. JOp, J : OOlee Ko. 16 Itcadertcfc Street. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1?59. ' - TenneiKC AnnwlMil Fair. Tbe Sixth Annual Fair cf the Tenneeeee State Acriculiural Boreau, commencing in tbis city on Monday, October 10, and contin uing during Ibewtck, will undoubtedly ur pats in intt rwt any of it pndtcetor. The number ofprennams. ana i te w non-some mini ulusand generous emulation which ibe former Sute Fairs, and those of the tinmeroiia Coun ty Societies, have product-d and ins-pired will doubt!e88 make the exhibition more general and interesting, and tbe competitors more spirited than at any time Leretolore. Stuce the SUte ha laid it hands .o tbe work, tbe great agricultural intertet of Ttnoereeehave been greatly advanced, and tbe Kpirit of im provement spread throughout our borders. A new standard of excelk-uce, in grains, im plement and slock, baa been erecte...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 27 August 1859

JSTASH Y I L L E ; - ' ' ' SATURDAY MORNING, AUG. 27 1859 MASS MEETING : OPPOSITION PARTY EI THE CITY 07 UAS3VILLE, Tuesday, 30th day of August. The following dtelingutabed Speaker are invited, and expected to be present : Jno. Netherland, T. A. E. Kelson, K. B. Brabson, W. B. Stokes, J. M. Quarles, Horace Maynard, Em. Etheridge, Robert Hatton, J. L. T. Sneed, Hon. John Bell, And other diatloguiisbed gentlemen. Grand Jubilee OF THE OPPOSin PARTY AT NASHVILLE : on ; rUE-30TB ISr. The Opposition Tart at Nashville will have a Grand Jubilee on Tuesday , the SOih day of the present month, to which they cor dially acd earnestly invite th'iir brethren from all portions of the State. Our late can didate fr Governor, and all our candidates for Congreta have been invited and will be present od udAressthe people. Netherland, JMsoii, Maynard, Brabaou. Stokes, Ilatton. Quailes, EiherVdge and Sueed will be here. Let the fn.4e meet them in thousands, and testily their appreciation of their service...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 27 August 1859

I t - " r . ttcrartj. iwtatiaiL rfation. The New York JTimes. A Daily Morning and Erening .NEWSPAPER, x f , INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS. rS columns afford a complete resume of the World's Poings from da y to day : while it Correspondence, feporls, .Literary ouuibutiooa, Criticisms,' and. Leading Articles, represent all topics ltKelj toengage public attention.- In the promptitude aud fullness or its accounts of the GREAT ITALIAN WAR, The Kkv York Turn Las thus fur confessedly oat stripped all it contemporaries: a precedence, which lib its ample Editorial and other un spondeuce at the feat of War, it ill unquestionably renin. Price by Mall,-Six Dollars a Year. r The SemMVetkly Times, Is Issued on tbe morning of every Tuesday and Fri day, aud contain, in addition to tbe b Ik ol inLelli gence given in the Daily Paper, A Literary Department, Embracing Standard Kovels and Tales, and Miscella neous Selection or the highest Interest. With the issue of Tuesday, July 26tn, the initial chapters of...

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