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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 March 1858

- - M-.l.n i i.T" i . - - ' ' ss : ' ..-"' . :' ' . " "W. ill... I 11- 0 Itasljmllf patriat. Daily, per nnam, ;. $ 00 Tri-Weekly , per annum i 00 . Weekly, per annum, 3 GO ' One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies :for one year, in advance, 5 00 When the Daily. Tn-Week.'y, or Weekly ia to be discontinued (paid in advance at the time subscribed . for), the subscriber mnn order, otherwise it will be continued, at our option, until paid for and skipped. If not paid, it must be i't at the time of di.scoui.uu . ance, or at onr option. If Uie party is good, it will be . sent until paid. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at our risk. isfellanfoaSe Qualirr City Insurance Company. -OP PHILADELPHIA. Office, Franklin Buildings, No. 408, Market st Capital and Surplus,.. $250,000 Chartered Capital.. ...if 500,000 Fir Insurance " Store, Ihidlingi, PuLlic Build- inyM ami Mcixkandize gent-rally. Marine Insurance Vend. Cargo and FreiglU to and from all parts of the World. Also, Inland...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 March 1858

tlasljDillc patriot. DAILY $8: TBI-WEEXXY t5: WEBKLYt3. w. ar mm, tsoma uusna, Ajrraojrr . cast, mr. son, . 9I1TH, CAMP &. CO., raorranoita. W. nr. SMITH, 1 Ejii TRAP. JONES. )tMuan- Office, Wo. 16, DeaderleU Street. HOBDAY, MARCH 15, 1858. from te Memphis Appeal. lTIlaeieelppItttTer Mall Service. The Bugf?tion contained In the following plain, sensible and practical communication, which we cut from the Naphville Patriot, are well worthy the consideration of the Postmas ter General. Memphis, is undoubtedly tne point on the Mississippi river from which the principal Mississippi river mail should start. All others north of it should converge here. The PatriaC correspondent only leaves one branch of the subject clearly unexplained, and that ia the means of connecting with thin main route from Illinois and Missouri. How ia the great mail from St. Louis and the Went to the South to be provided for! This is the practical difficulty in the way of the Postmas ter General. Although a dir...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 March 1858

-?r,xji'mvu.jiim. ji-TryrqrsBea. i jmiwa-Ja ; I NASHVILLE: HOBDAY XOBSnro, MABCH M, 1858. Notice to Trmnalent Adrertleera. 11 transient advertisement In this paper must be paid for at the time they are handed in otherwise they will not be Inserted. Transient Job Work most be paid for on delivery. The combined circulation of the Dally and Tri-Weekly editions of the Ptxkit In the city, and In the lec tion of country trading with Nashvillo, is greater than thai of any other paper in the city. AUadvertisemcnts are inserted in both editions hence the Patbjot is the best advertising medium. Aoricixtcral Bcheao We are indebted to Maj. E G. Eastman, Secrctarj of the State Agrictiltnral Bureau, for his Second Biennial Report to the General Assembly. . It contains the transactions of 1856 and 1857, and makes a Tolume of 88 pages. It is well gotten up, indexed, and handsomely printed. The Secre tary has exercised a great deal of energy and industry in collecting the reports of the vari ous Agr...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 March 1858

-Qiit foiibi, fir. i jpobi -Slim, &t. : (Cincinnati; "Jn53ranff Crohsjjnrtatidn; Orcat Ilargalns To 'cs. Wi!T3 ? hMd "T large and' elegant stock of STAPLE AND FANCY GtXiliS that we are offer- SaT7 prlce" for ) Our stock or DRESS UULS la Try large and somplet. consisting In part of Elegant Robes-a-Qnille, , . iT f " 1 Flounced 8itka; . ' Bayadere PUid ' " Rich Satin Striped and Plaid Poplins at very low trices. - '' With a Tarpe and elegant anrtroent of rich Moire Actioee, boupht to job, and will be sold preatly lei than importer coet, with a full line of best makes of Black Silks, Terr low for cash - - W. A. A 1. G. McCLEJLAND. Tneurreiit Money at Far. TTT win take all "Free Bank" money. Oroee. ghel t V by ville, lAwrenreburp, and Pamirs! p at par, for goods. W. A. A J. G. McCl.FJJ.AND. V. B. Aa we intend doing an .exclusive cash busi Ben this year, we will close on I our present stock at an prevented low prices for cash. . . -jiui25 tf W. A. J. 6. McC. R. C. McNAIRY & CO., ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 16 March 1858

Jg."A.JV" 1 aw iw ii i MM...MMMMsMp.MMaswaiasssBssjr RATES OF ADVEItTISHVO. tax torsa oa tasB to commit. is a sqtaks. 1. ItosIjDille patriot. i Square 1 day, S 1 00 each ad al InaarUoa M - " 1 week:, S 00 Baca ad tltt 'ai square 1 M 2 weeks, 4 60 . , 1M J mouth, Ott " ' '. I aa TERMSl Pally, per annum, $ 00 Trl-W'eokly. per annum, ; 6 00 "Weefclv, per annum, 3 00 1 On Weekly for two yearn, or two Week Ilea ' for ono year, In advance, .......... .7. . 00 - ' When the Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly ts to be ;. diHConttnwed (paid in advance at the time subscribed - -, tor), the subscriber must order, otherwise a will be continued, al our option, until id fur and stopped. ' If not paid, it must be pan J at the tim uf diacotiliuu , ance, or at our option. If the lrty m good, it will be ""' Bent until paid. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at our . risk. v - T " inouuis 09 ; . . t M i " t " 12 00 " '"' ft 00 " - S 100 ."..".." 00 tr u 12 - t& 00 t TO 09 ? " acvEWAsis ai lr...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 16 March 1858

1 atJ itasljmllc patriot rAILT tS : TEI-WEEXLY tS : WEEKLY $3. v. it mam, rnnu.w callmuek, AjrTHOlCT CAXT, ,-, - 8II1TH, CAMP & CO., ritupiuirrons. HY. SMITH,! Editors. hup. JONES, J Office, No. 16, ederick S treet. TUESDAY, MAKCH 16, 1858. Xlie Tddcm Demofjraty it Bauks ud Bahklu;. If positions issunred by memboin of the Legislature, represent the wishes and opinions of their constituency, then the dircnssiona of the present session of the Legislature on the subject of the currency and blinking shows that the harmonious shams of Tennessee are hopelessly at variance. They are split upon principle, and are as irreconcilable as any two antagonistic subjects can possibly be. One wing contends that the the ory of a paper currency is Incompatible with honesty and fair dealing, and in itself wrong, impolitic and unjust ; that gold and silver is the only lawful, constitutional, honest and unchange able circulating medium. The other win holds that a paper currency is indinpen-sable to a...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 16 March 1858

1 -e- . NASHYILLE: TITESDA1 MOENIKG, MAECH id, 1858. Notice ta Trantlenl AdrertlMn. All transient advertisements in this paper must b . paid for at the time they are banded In otherwise ' they will not be inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid for on delivery. . The combined circulation of the Dally and Tri-Weekly editions of the Patriot in the city, and in the sec tion of country trailing with Nashville, is greater than -.. that 'of any other paper m the city. " All advertisements are inserted in both editionshence the Patriot is the best advertising medium. fr-The veteran editor, J. II. McMahos, of the Memphis Bulletin, arrived in Nahbville yesterday. We trust he may find his sojourn here pleasant in every respect. 3T We are indebted to lion. Jobs Bell for important public documents. 9Ioant Olivet Cemetery. We paid a viwt, Sunday, in company with a couple of friend, to Ibis ct metery. We had heard a good deal of the place, but had never previously seen it. Too much has not been...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 16 March 1858

Cinrinnatu proggtsts. Jotebsjwf; Jnsnxanct. Cranspnrtatinn. i - V ,1 :.' f .'. 1 Great Bargains for Caslit WE bar on hand a rerr large and elegant Block of STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS, that w are offer ag at very low price for cash. Our stock of DRESS f i ca a rrj Urge and complete, consisting In part of , Ele pant Robe-a-iill)e, , . i :' ' Floonced Silkj " , .. . " Bayadere " ' Plaid " Rich Satin Striped and Plaid Poplin at rery low rrie.' ' ; r . With a large and elegant assortment of rich Moire Antique, bought in Job, and will be aold greatly le than importers eon, with a full line of best m.-ikes of Black Silks, Terr low for cash T ' W. A. A 3. G. MCTLEJ LAND. TJncurrent Money at Par. TTTF will take all "Free Bank" money, Ocoee. Shel V V bTTHle, Lawrenceborg, and Panriridee at par, for good. W. A. fc J. G. JlrtU JXAN'D. N. B. AS we intend doing an exclusive cash bust aess this year, we will clone out our present stock at anprecented low prices for cash. Jaa26 tf F"- A. k J. G. MoC. ,...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 17 March 1858

-. .- : i:L":'t -:t;-:".r..:"-i-.: : . - -- - - - - - - - - , . i ...... - jnw ' . f "' -v. t a.-:. ! V w tV 4 r v, 1 J--"--1 ."A' V" r - - - --'-- . .- --x-j - . ? ', ., f RATES ; OF AI VERTISIIVO. -(t.v Lores oa usa to oisbiiilii i ws I One Square 1 day, $ 1 00 eacS ad'ai inerGvs 60 1 wek. S 00 esc h addit'sl suuare 1 ee -t u : ts . 2 weeks, 4 60 " SO ' s month, oo " . , a months a OO . ' i ; -t " - IM u u i j2 oo " " " a oa " 4 " 18 00 00 u jj it 2i 00 " " 10 00 umnj at nzAsrse. One Square, one year, toO each add ttienal sqnsre $10 Written notice must be given to take out snd stop ad- reruavmeuts of yearly ad vertiaers before LUa year SZ- Taily. per annam, ,..... $8 00 - ' Tri-Weekly, pr anaum, i 00 . Weekly, per annnm, S 00 ; Oo Weekly for two year, or two Weeklies for one year, in aJnce, 5 00 TThen the iJaily. Trl-Weekly, or Weekly la U be 4iconlmuel (paid in ajrance at the time aubscribed for), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be continued, at our option, until pai...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 17 March 1858

HasljDtllc patriot X AXLY tl XRI-WEEXIY t5 : WEEKLY t3. w. it sarrni. TBOSUS CttlXJIDXA, s..- , IIIIITH, CAKtP ft CO., " paorarCTOR. ' - w. hy. pvrni Editort. IRA P. JOXE3 omce, No. 1 Dfeaderlck Strtet. TfrEBlTESDAY, MASCH 17, 1858. Mr, Stephens Report on the Kansas - Constitution.' - - IVe commence to-day and will conclude to morrow, the publication of the majority re port of the House committe to inveeijUte the circumstances under which the fconstitu tion of Kansas was framed. Ve are induced ; to reprint this document, because we believe it presents, in a narrow compass aud con- ' netted view, the main and incontrovertible facts attending the call of the Lecompton convention, and the formation of theconntitir- tion which has been prcwented to Cohgreza, and upon which application is made that Kan sas be admitted as a State into the Union. As a condensed history of these proceedings, we invite attention to it. It i furthermore a complete exposure of the double-dealing and insincerit...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 17 March 1858

n r NA'SHVirLE: TTTESDAl MOEITCITO, MAECH 16, 1858. f ' ' -' ' Notice to Trmndent Advertiser. All transient advertisements In this paper must b paid for at the time they are handed in otherwise - they will not be inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid for en delivery. ' The combined circulation of the Daily and Tri-Week-, !y editions of the Patriot in tlie city, and in the sec tion of country trading with Nashville, is greater than that of any other paper in the city. All advertisements . are inserted in both editions hence the Patriot is the best advertising medium. - ' Mesa. Sstder fc Frizzeix, No. 21 Pabllc Square, have just received a lnrge and r,, and varied assortment of Boota. Shoes, tc. " Their shelves now present as fine an array of goods in their line, aa can be found in any retail store in the country. . The Gaixtt. To-night the beautiful play of Adriexne, tht Actress, is announced. This - hOl will undoubtedly attract a large audience. Wrs.IIi.rKE in the character of A...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 17 March 1858

, . ., . - - -- i - (inrinnaU; 1 -1" Crdnspnrtatmn. , Great Bargains Tor Cash! Wlbaye on hand Tory large and (tenet stock of STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS. Uiat we are offer- -rf Sol"7 prlce" for" c"h- ,,r ock DRESS y SILKS ll Yry larg and nmplete. consisting In part of ., , Elegant Robes-a-OnlUe, : . ' Flounced Silks; ' i ... '? Bayadere;--" - , .. ... Rich Satin Striped and Plaid Poplin as rarr low rices. With a- large and elegant assortment of rich Moire Antiques, bought In job. add will tie sold graalJv leaa than importer cost, with a full line of best makes of Black 8ilka, Tory low for cash W. A. J. G. McCLEJ LAND. , TTnenrrent Money at Par. -- - TTT. will take all "Free Bank" money. Ornee. Shel- V byville, Lawrencbnrg, and Pnndride at par for goods. r W. A. & J. O. M'Cl.EI.LAND. N. B. An we Intend doing an exclusive cash busi ness thm year, we will close out our present stock at " anprecented low prices for cash. Tjaa25 tf ; . , : flC. A. it J. G. MoC. -- IB. C. McNAniY & CO....

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 18 March 1858

: . RATES OF ADTEltTlSllVGa : f rxa una est tass to cuasmns a stjtAaa. V 0n bquar 1 day, I 00 ach ad'ai insertion M " 1 week, S 00 each addit'al ijuars 1 M " " I weeks, 4 60 " " " ' IM m mouth, 00 " . " " t OO " " month 0--" . 4 bO 4t - . 12 00 ' " " 100 " a " 1 00 " " 44 00 " " 12 " 2 00 ' " " " 10 00 axTrxwAxr s at nxum." One Sqoara, ooa year, J0 each addstonal squara U0 Written notice must be given to tak out and stop as verusemetiu of yearly advertisers befora th. year X pirva, otherwtxe w shall charge till done. - No contract of yearly advertmemeei wiU b. dweaa tn'Md wjtout previous notice to us, nor a ill any charge b. mad. for leaa tbaa one year at the yearly rata. ar AdTertisers exoeading tha spaea contratt ad for will ba eharf-ad tor the ezcesa. mtm Pally, per annum, . $g 00 Trt-T eekry, per annum, S 00 . Weekly, per annum........ 3 00 ; One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one year. In advance & 00 " When the Daily, Tri-Wcekly, or Weekly to to be PUBLISHED DAI...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 18 March 1858

Kostpille Patriot. 1 AXLT $8: TEI-WIXKLT 6 WZEKLT$3. t W. BY SIOTH, TI01HJ CALLBDI, AJTIBOSY S C1JCF, ISA l JOSS, - SMITH, CAMP e CO., rsonuKross. w. HT. SMITH, fAHm. IRA P. JONES, J Dfbee, Wo. 16, Defcdertek. Street. tjtorsbay,- MAECH 18, 1858. p3T On the 11th inet, Mr. Hakrm, of Illi nois, Chairman of the Select Committee on Kansas affaire, claimed to present to the House of Representatives a question of privi lege, which he stated to be founded upon the fact that the majority of the committee Lad disregarded the order of the lloase, by cut ting short the investigation with which the committee had been charged. The Speaker decided that it was not a fjuwtion of privilege, aad that the minority could not make a tttato ment until the committee had reported, and then the minority were usually allowed a counter-report only as a matter of courtecy. Mr. Harris appealed from the decision f the Chair. Mr. St phkns, of Gc-orgia, moved to lay the appeal on the table. Alter various suggestion...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 18 March 1858

NASHVILLE: w ' - - THURSDAY KOBNUrO KAECH 18, 1858. Notice to Transient Advertisers. All transient advertisements in ibis paper mast be paid for at the Urn they ara banded in other Ua they will not be inserted. Transient Job Work moat be paid for on delivery. The combined circulation of tho Daily and Trl-Week-ly editions of the Patriot in the city, and in the mic tion of country trading with Nasbvifle, is greater than that of any other paper in the city. All advertisements are inserted in both editions bence the Patkjot is the best advertising medium. The State Prison. "We underntaud that tb condition of this Institution, in respect to tbe employment of the convicts, their subordination, bealthful nesa, cleanliness, feed, Ac, has never been better than at tbe present time. There is a want of a sufficient number of cells to accom modate the convicU ; but we presume tbe Legislature, before it adjourns, will make an appropriation to build sueb additional ones aa are necessary. For some...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 18 March 1858

J ptrrctorp.. ft'-1?? i 1 nnnnatta rorrnrSa gumma. 4 Gorenunent of the United States. a -' i : The Executive. ' ' .. jiS BrCHA-va.v.of Pa ,Yeridrnf of A C. Safe. Joss C. BweaJWarotiB, of Ky., Vice President. t - T f The tablnrt. Laws Cass, of Michigan, Secretary tf Stale. Howtoj. Com, of Georgia, Secretary of the Treasury. feaAC TocCBT, of Connecticut, Secretary of the .Vary. Johji B. Flotp, of Virginia, Secretary cf B ar. Jxxxxuh H. Black, of Penn., aorntjr General. Jacos Taoarsow, of Miss. , Secretary cf the Interior. AABOX V. Bkowjt, of Tenn., Poslmader General. The Judiciary. SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. Rogxb B. Taxst, of Maryland, Chief Justice. Jobs McLa, of Ohio, Associate Justice. JaaBS M. Watxk, of Georgia, " . " Jobs A. Camtbkll, of A!a., " " JoHCTBO.f, of Tennessee, psm V. Dasibl, of Virginia, " " SaBrzL Nblsos, of New York, " " Roman C. GBitot.of Penn., " Xathas Cutford, of Maine, " " The salary of the President in $2,000 per annam that pf the Vice President ,000...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 19 March 1858

."3 " - ".. 1 MrV'ivXiiZi:K ut trrV.??T''- .RATES OP AD VEItT,ISLNG - t tn tms oa tana to uhuuulie a bqcajiz. ) r On bquara 1 day, . f 1 00 each ad 'al laser tvaa s 1 week, S ts each addrl'si Stuare t M 2 weeks,. 4 60 month, e oe 1 tuonUis Ot) I II 00 : Ib'GO 12 " A oe Dally, per annum, ....n.,.....,....;... SS 00 i Trt-'Veekiy, per annum, . ...'... ...'.V 6 00 ii t . ea " 4 60 ' ( m : -' m (s 1. tl m i ." f 0O " " ie oo .weekly, per sunum, .j.. ...... .t.-....j.;- 3 00 , Ons Weokly fog. two return, or two Weeklies - . , for year, in advance ........ 6 00 . When Uio liiy, Tn-Weekly, or Weekly is to be dtscoDUBuedT pwtd to ad vsnt a the time uberib4 for), the. subscriber must order, ether wiaa it will be contained, at our option, until raid tur and Hopped. If nut paid, it dim be paid at the tuna of discanuna. ance, or at oar option. If the party m good, it will be cut until paid. Remittance by mail, in registered" letter, at ear risk. PUBLISHED .DAILY, TEL WEEKLY, AND "WEEKLY, BY, SM...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 19 March 1858

tlasljiMlrptnot. .'JA2LT fS: TBI-WEEELY ti: WEEKLY $3. : Tit OH AS CJH-IX-VDEK, ASTflOVYS. CAXF, Wr. JON", , i SOUTH, CAMP & CO., 1Y i ," rnoPRnrroM. W. HY. SMITH, I ffinan. IBA F.JONES, J""0- - Offltf, No. 16, Deaderlek Street. FSIDAY,.- MARCH 19, 1858. The Soalbern Commercial Conrrn ( Hon. This body is appointed to mwt at Mont gomery, Ala., on the first Monday in May. It promises to be as largely attended as ut-ual It has heretofore been composed of men of warm impulses, of great zeal for the intitn tione and prosperity of the South, and a tow ering desire to see the commercial interests of the South free and independent. These have been generally divided into two cla?st s; lirst, mere theorists the second mere politi cians.'. The first are purely ep-culative, the second chiefly ; inflttmatory. The one builda navies and manufactories in the Clouds, the other makes the whole sulject ri diculous by a frothy rant about sectionalism. It is needless to state the consequence; it fol...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 19 March 1858

J s -"'":.nsu .-f'i--'.' - Cd. NASHVILLE: raiDAT MoainiTo, mabch 19, isss. Notice to Tranil ent Advertlsen. All transient advertisements In this paper must be paid for at the lime they are banded in otherwise they will not be Inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid for on delivery. The combined circulation of the Daily and Tri-Week-j editions of the Patriot in the city, and in the sec tion of country trading with Nashville, is greater than that of any other paper in the city. All advertisements are inserted in both editions hence the Patbjot is the best advertising medium. S" We are indebted to Hon John Beix for four volumes of the Patent Office Report He will accept our thanks. gSf Our readers " will find in another column the advertisement of a Lecture on Phrenology by A. O'Leary, at Odd Fel lows' Hall, on 3Ionday night, the 22nd instj The subject is highly interesting, and will doubtless secure for the jdUtinguibhed Lec turer a large audience. Celebration of St. Patrick's Birth...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 19 March 1858

"V 1" Pirrclorij. QEfncinnatu .T T T - iEransporidlinn; ii Government of the United States Tha Executive. . Jin BrrHAX.v,of Pa., .Trwmf e7 r. S&uVr. Jam? C Bbjcmsexdcx, of Ky., Ttce Praident. . The Cabinet. Lrwaj Caw, of Michigan ..Serrertry nf State. Howxix Cobb, of Georgia, Secretary IA TVwwry. Isaac TortTT, of Connecticut. .Secretary tf the Xary'. Joh B. F10TD, of Virginia, Secretary tf War. ' Jimul H. Black, of Penn., ,4riicy Grf. Jacos THOjrrso.-r, of Miss., &critirjr y" the Merimr. Ajtaoa V. Bun, of Tenn., I'mimastrr General. i . - - - ; The Judiciary. SUPREME COCET OF THE UNITED STATES. Roc is B. Ti.vrr, of Maryland, Chief Justice. Job STcLea, of Ohio, .Associate Justice. Jams Sf. Wats, of Gerpia, " " Jobs A. Cuunnx, of .Ala., " " Jobs Catros, of Tennessee, . " . " Prm V. Daxikl, of Virginia, " " RtxrzL Xnaox, of New York, " " BobektC. Gbieb, or Penn., " " Xathas Cupfowd, of Maine, " ' The salary of the President is $?5,000 per annum that of the Vice President 6,OO0. ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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