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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 August 1859

RATES of advertising;-; irJ uma oa rasa to ou.-auiuia a aqeaiut.) f "t , One square 1 day .1 O0 each au'al loterUoa to : - w 1 week, 8 00 each ad'al square 1 M.. Big 1 aa Aa A I t al 11 .a m T Li C 3, t.: t , ft u a u a M f- i mouth ' m s - 9 00 . I 12 00 . T 1 00-, . r TBHH18I - Oeilyiperinnum,..,. .,...'....''.,....... 88 00 ( t Tri-Weekly .;ctiuium, 00 Weekly ,ieriUDim. ..V 8 00 One VeeKly for lwoyears,or two Weeklies S 00 .' M A faa . - A " IS PO Mt- -- - a a s..c.aj IJ a oft 00 -- io wtr' scrrwaiLS it ruusru. Onesqaara, oi ayear.aiio each additional sqnatlA . Written notice must be gives to take out and st . advert. Bements f yearly advertisers before the year exptres, otherwise wa shall charge till drrrja. ' No contract of yearly advertisements will ha discon tinned without previous noyca to csooraillsny charge be made for k-m tiiaa oaa year at-tba yearly ratea. av"AdTertrteixeediaayttepaacoiitrat;Tya ed for will be charged for tha excess. "V , ioruat'ycar,iDauTRuce - . When t...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 August 1859

tlosljirille Patriot. DAILY S3 : TKI-WEEXLY t5: "WEEKLY $3, BY SMl'MI, CAfflP & CO. . MT. SMITH, A. C CAMF, VHOS. CAIXBDB, Ui r. JOirxa. W. HV. SMITH, I Editor. ika r. jones, ;-ewo" Office 16 ItedrIcJt S4ret. MONDAY. AUGUST 29, 1859. Mew Fields Open NaIiTHla Trade. The partial emai.cipution of the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, from Ueptnaeoce nnon tfiearbitr-ry rule of railroad politicians, or political railroad?, in Georgia, by thecoin- provid to have been brought about by prom otion of the Cleveland and Chattanooga '8e8 neyer intended to perform and other pieuuu o bane acts that no one else would have resort- Kailroad, has reaucea ine ai-wnce uum mis place to Lynchburg to 595 miles, and enable ihe railroads interested, to auopt rates oi freight more favorable to our trade, and lo all the sections of country between Nufchville and Lynchburg. This change opens new fields to the enterprise of our merchant, and if tbey -io not make haste to avail themselves " of tbem, we hav...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 August 1859

4 NASHVILLE: MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1859 Notice to the Marshals and Aids. Thk Chief Marshals and tbeik Aids are requested to meet at the Square, South end of the Market House, at 8 o'clock A. oa the morning of the 30th. aug29-2t Peksoxai The Hon. Johx Bell returned to this oity from the Memphis Opposition Jubilee, yesterday The Hon. Emeox Etheridhb arrived. yeterday on the I o'clock train of the Nash ville A Chattanooga Uailroad. lie is stop, in at the City HoteL Routs S.Sacxdke8, Erq of Tipton county, is Jn the city. Jof-dax Stokks, Esq., of Wilson cotnaty, came down on the stage yesterday from Leba non. Claiboune Machixb Wonsui. He who con fines bit rambles to the cool shady streets of the upprr and more quiet quarters ot the city, where wealth and ease while away the idle hours in the shadow of marble palaces, and who has never warxl down among the tiy foundries and atxaufoctories where ring incowantly inaaaieraUe hammers, and the migUty engine with iwvatb of steam and lungs ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 August 1859

fiterart,. HJjalr5ale r0ferif0r Cran5p0rtotion. ; Granspnrtatrnno: : The JTew York Times, A Daily Morning anrEreniog NEWSPAPER, IlDKPJEi'.D12NT IX POLITICS. Hii : II - ' rS oolumni sTord a complete resume or the World's Doings from dsy to day : while lis Correspondence, Feports, literary Contributions, Criticisms, and Leading Articles, repreteut all topics likely tn engage public attention. In the promptitude and fullness of Its accounts oj tee 4 . J GREAT ITALIAN WAR, The Nsw York 'fives bas (has far confessedly out stripped all iM contemporaries: a precedence, which with its ro le EdiiormJ and oilier corn sponuei.ee at tbe teal of War,il Kill unquestionably retain. Trice by Mail, Six "Dollars a Year. .-- - ""- . . ' ' IThe ScmMVcckJy -Times, . I Issued on tbe morning or rvery Tuesday and Fri day, auU contains, in addition to the b. Ik ol in to 111 fence given to the Iaiiy Paper, A Literary Department, Embracing Ptandard Novels and Tafcs. and Miscella neous SeU -ct)iis of the highe...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 August 1859

V . ttofiWlle patriot. i-O-l "iCl IjRi!" RATES OF AD VEUTlSUTOt . - c - w - l ; . rrn Cna tanM om uas ro oomrrrcra i Miuk) ' fiquar 1 day 1 0O-acliad'al iuavtioa i M " 1 week, 3 00 each ad'al anuara 1 m ' " luontfcaOO " u M - t t 00 a - . i MOO- - ';o " " " If 00 " . ; M " " 12 " 25 00 " m 10 0 mtwiiu it ruum. H,J- ;- TKR0IS. t Daily, pennnum, ..8 00 Tri-Weekly .personum, .". '. 00 Weekly , per tnnum, 00 One ee"ly for i wo years, or two Weeklies (or on year ,ia advance, 6 " . Waen the Daily , Trl-Weekly , or Weekly! to ifce iseootinued (paid in advance at the timesuocriteo ) .the subscriber mast order, other wis i it Willi De tinr.ed,at.ar option, until paid for and not pal, it must be pa kl at the t.me "''n.a ice.oVat onr option. If the party is good ,it will be Temeaby mail,!-re(fi.teredletter.,at our risk, t P A I O T. I f s ; I t. . . ' i ; (1 ,;!) V, PUBLISHED DAILY, Till-WEEKLY, AND "WEEKLY, BY SMITH, CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEADERICK STREET." OMsquara.ei e yaar.KtO each additi...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 August 1859

fJntriot: DAILt S8: TBI-WEEKLY $5: WEEKLY $3. ,j BY S9IITII, CAMP Se. CO. -w. sr. mix, a. a. caar, mot caujbms, ia r.4ons. w. by.- eurrn, uit , ... ,. , . nu P. Jobs """T; . ,. , nj 16 iredrlck Street. TUESDAY, AUGUST SO, 1859. he Freifi Slave Tidr. , The Impn wion has been gradually galniog CirreDcy IbaUu laws of Congrefc prohibit ing tie African Slre Trade, were tbe off spring of tcunal feeling and tnacltd by tbe vote of m mUrs from free Slalea almost exclusivelj. Ve burptct iLU iiuprcrMou ban been thrown out by ibon; wbo'sssumo a fact, d Lave not Ukt-D tbe trouLle to verify it. by au iu vol ig lion of the record. Tbe tru ill is, the law iu question were . support 1 like by Northern aod Jsouibera iueu. a9 ol their warmest and most unfliucbiug uv lo cate were amoDj-t the latter. In that day in the language of Kathanikl. .Macon there wan-' "but f one , opinion tiu, tbe i tuiject, "which wan effectually to prohibit tbe im- poiUlioa of (slaves iulo tbe Uuited States "This eentiuient p...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 August 1859

I AS H V1L L K : TUESDAY MORNIXU, AUGUST 30, 1859 Notice to the Marshals and Aids. Thk Chief Marshals and thkir Aids are requested to meet at the Square, South end of the Market House, at 8 o'clock A- JL, on the morning of the 30lh. aug29-2t Opposition jubilee. " - The procession will more from the Square at II o'clock precisely marching round the Square to CoIL. up Coll. ge lo Union, from Union to Cherry, op Cherry to Church, through Church street to Watkms1 Grove. The ODDOi-ition will receive tlie speake rs and guests at the City Hotel. Every one is invited to join the procession. The spenk'tng will not commence uuiil the laat man ia the line has reached the ground. By order of the Chief Marshals. fT-Thoe who design joining the proces sion to-day on foot, will repair to Deaderxk treet ih'w morning at 19 o'clock. Badges fur the occasion may be utaiued at the Pat bjot office. SS-TUe torch-light procession will be formed and wove frn Duaderick street to uight at 7J o'clock. Tbe La'He...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 August 1859

ooi, Eaay co.'s .: SIXGLE NUMBER LOTTERIES ! (CHARTERED BY THE STATE OF GEORGIA." Capital Vrlzc 50,0001 Tickets Only Ten Dollars!!! : WOOD, EDDY & CO., Managers, Successors to S. Suan & Co. ... f j i O ''HEf ollowingScbenie willbedrawn by Wood ,Eddj JL ft Co. , Mauagersol the Sparta Academy lottery .u each ol their Single Number Lotteries lor AUGUST, lb59,at AUGUSTA, Goorgia,iu public ,uuder thcau perintendeucc ol Commissioner fc. . Class 26 drawl Saturday, September 3, 1859 Class 37 draw Saturday, September 10, 1859 Claw 38 draw Saturday, September 17, 1659 Clasa 39 draws Saturday, September 24, 1669 Off THE FLAK OF SIKGIE KUMBEES. 50,000 Tickets! fi.485 Prizes. Nearly one Prixeto every nice Tickets. Magnllle-cnl Scheme TO BE DRAWN EACH SATURDAY JX SEPTEMBER. Price of ....50,000 ... .20,000 ... lo.ooo .... 6,000 .... 4,000 .... 3,000 1 Prize, of. . 6o 44 44 100 4 110 " 44 100 44 loo 44 44 .1,600 ...6o0 ...4uO ...3ut 15 ...luo AI'I'ItUXLHA. IOMMUZES. 4 Prl'sol 4O0 Approx'glo...

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

itoispillc Patriot; XKItJlSt Daily, psrtnnam, ......., 8 00 Tri-Weekly r uoum, 6 00 Weekly ,,er innum,., S 0 One .Veeklyfor twtyeara,or two Weeklies t - ' i forantye&r.kaadvance,... ..4.. 6 00 1 When the Daily, rri-Waekly . or Weekly l J iscoatinued (paid in advance at the time subscribed il.tne mbscrlber must order, otherwirett will do tiued,at.Hr lt.ou, until d for and 'PId no7,d,it motie paid at tbe of discontin K:e,or ataar optioa. ' ir the party is good ,1 wiiios ' '"il.'br aaail.ta registered"letter.,t oar rdc- ' sxrwASLS at rt sannta. v . iv ' PUBLISHED DAILY, TKI-WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY, BY SMTTH CA3H & CO., O. 16 DEADERICK STREET. Oae square, ei.e year M eact addiutmal sqaara SIS" Wrutea aotica mast be ;vu to take ant sstam advertiaemeDW cf yaarlv aiivartisrrs before tas reavr expires, otherwise are shall cliarre till dona. No contract of yearly a1 verttmmenta will aaSmsaa Usaad vrituiot prmoaaaotire te cs.norwilreeycharge -be made (. Wa Uiaa ioa year at the yearly rates...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 31 August 1859

IAJXYS8: TBl-WEEZtY t5: BY s.niTii, caiup &. co. : o.nnlWa IB A P. w. bt. nan, a. a. caxt, now. - - - VT. BY. EHITM, I Eiitort- ' 2. 1BA PWONBW Office No. 16 Headcrlck Strret. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1859. J adg Dongla Hide" bla Hobby Into Hrper Magazine Squatter Soe ralgrntr Capjrlshted. . The redoubiable Senator from Illinois, clearly, is not to be thrown from Ins boiiv. He means to stick to it, wherever it may, carry Iiim. It has done him the w-Tvice to return him lo Ibe Senate from Lis ow n Slate in pite of the gad-fly annoyance of the Ad ministration ; and he is right not to abandon Jt, even if it should be a little jaded. It is but a few rods from the Si-nate chamber to the White Houne at the other end of the Avenue. It is in palpable night. The only Inconvenient circumstance iu the matter, is that before galloping from the eastern to the western terminus ot that famous and courtly Avenue, the hobby has to be "trotted out" an "shown around" in all the States. To do this ec...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 31 August 1859

NASHVILLE: WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 1, 1859 a- We are authorized to announce IRA P. JOXtS as a Candidate lor re-election aa Councilman from the 8th Ward, at the ensuing election. aug3l-t Tlie Opposition J obilew Tfeetrajr. The Jubilee jesierday in honor of the tri "nmpbaot elation of ven members' from Tennessee to the next Congress wa every thing that its most saoguiue friends could have expected or denretf. A great many persons were present from Sumner. Wilson, Rutherford, Bedford. WiUiaaieoo, Maury, Robertson and Montgomery, wLUe Nashville nd Davidson couuty pottrcd out immense ' numbers. Besides tliee, there were many gentlemen from the Eastern and Western DivL-ioos of th State. The procession was formed on the Public Square, and was there joined by large bodies iron Williamson and Roberu-on arriving on the morning trains. The special train on the Chattanooga Road did nut arrive, we understand, till a late hour in the dJy,' which .prevented many who came on it from joining the pr...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 31 August 1859

r c .t. .1- t J XUIjDlcsolf JdxmiM. (gr0fcrif5, etc Pinssists. Crdnsportotion. Eransportati0n. SINGLE XllIBER LOTTERIES l TCHABTEiiED BY THE ST Alt Of GE0RCL4.) Capital ;Ii-ie S50,CHOl 5 Tickets Onl Ten Dollars!!! - WOOD, EDDY & CO., Slanagers, Successors to S. (swan & Co. Vl HEt'ollowiugSc'uenie wilibedrawnby Wood ,Eddy - J t to. Managersol the Sparta Acaoeuiy Lottery ,ui ' each ot iiieir Single Number lotteries for ACGIST, lS59,t Al'Gl'oT'A, Georgia .in public finder tbesu .'HM-mU:udeuceol Commissioner. Class SB ' Saturday, Septexn r 3, 1859 Class 37 .Saturday, Septemler 10, 18o9 Cum S8 draws Saturday, Sept-mLer 17, lb&9 CUbs 39 araws"avuraa, September i. 4, 18&8 OS THE PLAN Of SLKGLE UTJHBEBS. 50,000 Tickets! 6,485 Prixes. Nearly one Prize to every nine Tickets. MagnUicciil Scheme TO BE DRAWN . EACH S AS L EVA r IS HEI'TEMBER. , Price ol 60,000 1 Prize of 1,800 1 44 ,.20,000 i 50 44 MO 1 .- 10,000 J loo 4 400 1 44 6,000 I loo " .sot ' 1 44 " .-.. 4,000 1100 44 44 ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 September 1859

-'"If l ! ve - w a a - - - - ..-,... -' - ' : " I - : ' ' : T 1 ' " . , . . : - ; r mmmmmmammmitm?mBes'aaFmgmmm'mamm s . V ; HATES OF AD VEUTlSlAG. . (to torts cm use to cowrrtTTs a sQeaja.) . . One Square 1 day gl 00 . eacii aa'ai lnaertlua $ (0 ' j . m 1 week, S 00 each aJ'al square 1 lu ' .-, S 460- . " . w t i oto&ta eo; " ''- (M , S 9 00 " m 4 I, 1 M " g " 12 00 tt-r tt -r n g w ' (" lg tH I . S 00 ' " "W " 25 00... - " IS OS . . , , . XXVBW4BX.C AT MSilTU. One square, e year 30 ct additional square S10 - Written notft-e must be f ivee en take out aa4 stoa adverhsemenu f yearly advertisers before toe year -expires, eih.-rwiee ws shall ebarge till dooe.. - No ooc tract of yearly ad vertiseiueuu will be discaa. tlnued wiih.-ut rerkus notice to us.nurwlllscychsrg be made f..r lees tliaa one year at the yearly rates. "Advertisers txeeeding the space contrict ed for will be charged for the ezeess.-w : Pro (Dcoiis, tlr. .; T II 71 S i uiiy,periaam,...; .$8 00 : Trl-Weeldy ,.er .a...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 September 1859

I losl)mUe.Pfltript. DAILY $8: TBfrWEEKlY t5: "WEEKLY tS. BX 3J1ITII, CAMP & CO. - ' r. t. aarra, a. a. Cam, thob. Cxuxsvkx, UA r.Jdsns. ISA P. JONES, Office -If. 16 De-derlclt Street. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 159.. "Tbe Great Bcactlon. Certain democratic journals pretend to see, in tbe recent political events of tbe past, and those occurring now, a "great reaction in popular feeling in favor of President Be- I chasah and his administration.-' Tbe Wasb- I i ngton Constitution is especially and singular- I Iv beset with tins Lallucinat Ion. It contains I tn one semi-weekly issue three lengthy ed t tonal, cnumerative and congratulatory, on the subject of "the great re-action." , In one, it says: Never since the establishment of the Government baa so overwhelming a re action in the public mind of the country in so short a space of time been exhibited" which, in the next it t fays, "is not merely eratifying la 'tlf u. true P111508 nd supporters of our free institutions, but it is a st...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 September 1859

JVASH VILLE: THURSDAY MORNLNG, SEPT. 1, 1859 Pilot Knob to-dat. Tbe Barbecue glTen ia houor of CoL IIatton at Pilot Knob, ia Sumner ; county, comes uff to-day Pilot Knob in immediately on ' the Naebville and Louisville railroad, within two boars' run of this city. Nashville will, of coarse, fend a large delegation. Ia order to accommodate tho! who may wii-b to attend, an extra train will leave Edgefield this morning at 7.3!). and returning, will leave the Knob at 5 o'clock, P. M. J As Improvement. In Cincinnati they bave lamps on the principal corners labeled with the names of tbe street". Tbey are about to put up one bundredsuch lamps in New York as an experiment. It strikes us that some thing of the sort would be a good thing in Nashville. The lamp, are already up, and Fleming, ot some , other skillful painter, could soon . do tbe lettering. At a certain time of the month, it is not a very ase-rious matter for a stranger to find his way through the c ty in fact, it is then a mere ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 September 1859

i V a -" -TT" : bttcrif0, - Cransprtolioa (Eransportatioi 0 i i ' ! . . ' - " v;-: a -e.7 J 4. ..: " i I 1 SINGLE NUMBER LOTTERIES! (.CHARTERED BY THE STATE OF GEORGIA.) tVapUal Irixc $50,0U0l ; ui ' Tickets Onlj Ten Dollars!!' VOOD, EDDY & CO., Managers, "t Successor to S. S au Si. Co. ri HEi'uUowmgSebeiue w liibetlraw n by Wood ,Edd) I a Co. . Manaaerattl the;part Acaueaiy Lottery ,in e-u.lt ox thru; single Number Lotteries for AL'GLST, l&av,ak ALtjLBlA,Georgin.in public .under Ibesu pcruiU-iiUuijCt: ol CuuijiuKMioliel n -x 8 ' Eatardav. Sestem r 3. 1859 Class t7 Saturday, September 10. 18o9 Class SS drag's Saturday, Bcpi.mler 17, IbtH Ciaa 9 oraws fca.tr&a, September i.4k 169 OS THE FLAH OF SISC1L NUMIEBS. " oO,OOU Tickets! 6,185 Fruesv-K early one Prize to every Hint Ticket. Mas nilicem StUcme TO BE DRAWN C SJIt Ir i.V SEI-TE31BER. Prize ol 60,000 1 1 Prize uf 1,600 z0,OUO 60 44 44 60W 44 ...... jo,ooo j loo 4 4uo 6,ooo j n o 44 44 aot 44 ....4,000 1100 44 16 a,CKK I...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 2 September 1859

t - "1 KATES OF ADVEirriBlNU. fnm triM i wasi .. - . One Square 1 day 1 CO sach aJ'al ifliruo" U aaily,prBBum .....".$8 00 Trl-Weekly ,.r msum 00 Weekly ,ieriBDuia, 00 One tVeuitlyfor iwoyuarg.or two Weekhei . - 'AnnAV.9V lJ.r... . & 00 " " 12 DO m m T2 6 1 00 m I J? " " 11 " 5 GO " m jo Wlieu the Daily , Tri-Weekly , or WeoklyM to be tgconttaaed (p&hl ia advance at tlie time abacribed -),iiie inbscriber must order, otherwise it will be ..n ,m.i L di niitmn nntil laid fur aBl StoPlied. -.rPUBLISHED DAttTrTfil-WEEKLT, AND yrEEKLT; BY SMITH,. 6 AMP & CO.; IfO. ie DEEEICK STEEET.'i V !. One square, i year jo amcc additional square $1 Written Mitifm Hiii k. miwm. .a . i- advert. .amenta f yearly adrertiscra before theyaal eir-irea, otherwise we shall charge till dona. .- not a , it must be paid at the time of diacontina. ice, it at r option. It the party ia good ,it willhe vol. xxir. NASHVILLE, TENN., EEX DAY, SEPTEMBER' 2. 1859. tinued witbut previous ootie to B0,norw.Uanyc...

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

ftasljoiUc patriot. X ALLY $8 : TBI-WXEZ1T 15: J.'ElaXL $3. ; 1 l' BY; SJllXII, CAWP 4 CO. T. my. unr, a. s CAr,lHoe- tau-XM-EK, is r. joxes. fx tie. BT. SMITH, BiHufu'-' " " ' 1KA P. JONES, J4MMM- V Office To. 16 Betaderlclr. Sret. - ; , FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1859. jHr. Tomb, f Georjsl. t We learn from tbe Angusta journals that Mr. Toombs made s political speech at Lex ington, Ga., la t Friday. Tbe Ditpatch, of Monday, promises a synopsis of the i-pcecb in lu next impremon. It takes occasion, tow ever, to say He rolled Douglas an a sweet morwl nn bis tongue, and swallowed bit f-quatt?r sove reignty berei-ies with a much relifh an he could gulp down a brandy toddy, lie cbnr acteriz d iveraon and JJonham and the la mnted and chivalrous Quitman, in the sever est terms, for their course on the Kansas question, and excoriated lion. L.J. Gartiell. because be says be will not vote for Douglas. Every day eometbing transpires showing that however great the opposition may be to Douglas on the...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 2 September 1859

NASHVILLE: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1859 The alatiea IUtrbeeae la Scusttier Yesterday.' Both the regular and .tpecial trains from tliis city yesterday morniair. took ap a nam- lr or peraons to Pilot Knob, an toe Louis ville aod Nashville Railroad. Tbedown trains from Gallalia aud poiuts aUore as far as the State line, also brought large numbers to the same place, The friends of Col. JIatto.v in Sumner.-and other counties in that Congres sional District, turned wut ia full fore, to pay a high and deserved compliment to their able and gallant Representatire elect in the tit' Conirri-ss. We estimate the crowd at about two thousand persons, though we beard others estimate it at a third more. We have never seen a crowd of like siz that exhibit ed uore intelligence and cultivation, or an occasion that patwed off more delightfully. At eleven o'clock the assi-mbtage was call d to order by L. M. Templs, Emj., who spoke briefly of the triumphs over which they re- joieel, and concluded by ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 2 September 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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