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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 April 1858

Ilflsljoillllatriot RATES OF ADYCKTaSENG: . (tw xors s o use to coxtrm-m 'a mcans-l one Square 1 day, S 1 O each art 'ti iDssrtion - St 4 1 week, S eo est-a ad ijit si square I " 2 weeks, 4 SO " 1 bO - mouui, e w " S oo i BaouUls t 0O " - U--4W M - .1 " J2 00,- - ( M ( , is 00 " "'" Car M m j. 44 o " 1 00 . Asr warn at rutasnit One Square, one year, SoO each additional swnure $19 Written notice must be :vco to take out and stop ad vertisunicots of yearly au vertisers before tne year ex pires, otherwise we siiall charge till done. No contract nf yearly advertisements will be diner, bnuad w4ut previous uota-e to us. nor Willacy charge be made for less than one y-ar at the yearly ralea. s AdTertisers exceeding the space contract rf ft i l.i . .- TEKJ1S t 9!f . Tr nmtm, ....$8 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum, 6 00 Weekly, per annum, 3 00 f On Weekly for two years, or two Weckli.? for one year, In advance, S 00 When tlio lady, Trl-Weekly, or Vi'wkJy fa In be discontinued (paid In advance at the...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 April 1858

l!Iflsl)DillC:i)ntriotj I1Y t8 : IKI--WEIKLT t5 : U EEXLY t3. SmlTII, CAMP V CO., raoritiirroM. W. HT. FMlTIf , EiHori. IRA r.JOXKg. fflee. No. 16, WcadeHck S treet. ntlDAT,. A7BZL SO, 18S3. Tb New FbM of tbo Kanieaa Qnft- . " tlOD. - We regard the new programme of the Kan A patomime. as published ia full in yesUr- day's Patriot, m more the work of politi cians than of etatewnen. It U much more in genious than ing'.-nuous. It is an evanion of 'the question of admission under the Lecomp- "ton conptitution, yetcencc-dinpr by implication that that instrument is all that is desired; that if the preliminary ordinance were out of the way Congress would have no option to reject the application of Kansas to bc-com a State. It is a diversion from the constitution to1.be ordinance. The conference have agreed ' to'ignore the constitution, saying, we will ad ' mlt that, but the demands of the Ltcompton - ordinance are inadmiseible; we repudiate it, aad submit you a proposition, which if ac cept...

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 April 1858

Stfam60ot;&.Utiifr.1IfiD5. , Crlrgrapl). NASHVILLE: - - , . ; - -- IEIDAT MOEOTirO,... APSIL SO, 1858. , w The "Socthekv IIovF..TUD', for the present week doe not knock under to any of Its predecessors. It in n most excellent peri cdical. jSf Ths two young m"n, John Rogers and ' Gtorge Lyon, who preentid a forged check at the Bank of Tennecsee, have been exam ined before a Magistrate and discharged. 1pr& A telegraphic dispatch from IL B. Shaw, Clerk of the Jjmrn Johnton, informs us that his boat would leave New Orleans on the 29th, and be here about the Cth of May. 05?f We saw specimens of fruit from the garden t Mr. Lishey. yes-Wday, which indi cates that the frost was severe enough to swepp everything before it We are inclined to think it was not so severe eWwhere. The Gaiett. The Opera Troupe were wel comed last night by a large and fashionable audience, who were, an usual, charmed by the llae vocal powers of Mioses Durand and Hod aon. and the able cuoport rendered by the...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 30 April 1858

Erqn5p0rtati0i CtnrinnatL PrDfiflist5. UJi)olc5nle: (5r0feric5a Ovcat'Kargalns Tor Casn! WE nave on han't very large and elegant stock of STAPLE AND FANCY GOOD!, that we are ofTer T at very low prices for cash. Our Btock of DRESS BILKS ia very large and complete, consisting in part of Elegant Robes -a-Qni lie t" Flounced Silica; .Sayadere " " ;.' Plaid . " . Q Rich Satin Striped and -Plaid Poplina at rerj low prices. - - With a large and elegant assortment of rich Voire AMion, bought in Job. and will he enld irreatly lose haa Importers cmt. with a full line of best makes of BUck tuiks. very low for cash buck bus, w. A. J. G. McCLEILASD. 's""r " Tncurrent Money at Par. TT7T. win take all "Free Bank" money , Ocoee, Shel- VY bTTlllc, Lawreneeburg, and Pandridge at par, for roods. - W. A- J. G. MoCLFJXANn. X. B. Aa we Intend doing an exclusive cash bnsl aesa thia year, we will close out our present stock at apreeented low price for cash. jaa26 U W. A. J. G. McC. TV. C. MeAlUY' fc CO. RE...

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

,RATjES, OF, AX) VXliTlSL'G. IWjmllC; Patriot "" :- - - ' - . ... . : ! 'T... ,,MT.f, 'ir t f III ISTB OB iX8S TO OuXSTlrVTS A SQCAgZ. 1 rteskausrs 1 dav. I 00 each ad'al iksertios 9 9 u u i Weck, S 00 each addil si square 1M " " 2 weeks, i bO " S 00 - i mooth, 6 oo; " M , " I " . 44 months 9C9 T " . ' 44 4 "mm 12 00 44 , 44 44 - 6 0O m tt n 18 00 44 44 44 8 0 ,m :i m j2 " i 00 t- 44 1 00 JUtsnrWABLB AT rTJKASTKm. One Square, an year, toO each additional sanare $10 Written notice must be given to take out and stop ad vertisements of yearly advertisers before th year ex pires, other iso w shall charge till done. Nw eontrsct of yearly advertaeiDeats wUl be discos tinned w:tUout previous notice to us, nor will any charge be made for lees than one year at the yearly rates. r Advertisers exceeding tbe space contract ed for will be charged for the excess, -gar . . TEHM8 1 . f r Baly, per annum, '. $S 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum, 6 00 ,, , Weekly, per annum, ... . 3 00 - ' Om Weekly for two y...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 May 1858

Tt. f.sMS' aw 1 r' 3 f .)$iisl)i)ille patriot. , . DAILY $8 : TEI-WEEELY t5 : "W ITKLY t3. o ' v 'c SMI XII, CAMP 4c CO., - raoFRmoaa. (It - ' : W. HT. SMITH, rw,v ! ... TJUP.JO.VES, - Office, No. 16, Deaderlek Street. ;x.u 8ATUBDAY,... -MAY 1, 1858. jpS The Chattanooga Advertiser tpcaks in Very complimentary terms of the recent speech of Gen. ZoLLicoirtEit. favoring tbe admission of Kanta. Nash. Union. Gen. Zollicoefer will, no doubt, be very iorry to hear it. He ought to be. KnoxvilU Register. : Why should Gen. Zollicoffer be "norry to hear it!" If his faithful discharge of hie duty, to his country, his principles and his party, elicits compliments from an opponent, is the fact discreditable to him? Should a Christian be "Borry" because his consistent example challenges the admiration of the iincer? We suspect the Register will hardly say "yea." Had all the Americans in Con gress done as Gen. Zoixicoffer has done, their cause would have been materially strengthened in the South, a...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 May 1858

NASHVILLE: SATURDAY M0R5HJG, . . . . . . . .".SCAT I.' 1858. - No Paper till Tuksdat. That the em ployees of the Patriot may participate in the festivities of to-day, no work will be , done ia the office. Coiieeqaently we shall ia- sue no paper Monday. The Gexebal Confebexce. The General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church South convene this morning May 1 at 9 o'clock, in the Representative Hall of the State Cap itoL . g3T" There will be a meeting of Nashville Typographical Union, No. 20, at Mechanic' Institute Room, on College eL, this morning at 8 o'clock. Honorary Members, Editors and Publishers, Ac, are invited to attend. Brazilian Hat.. At No. 23 Public Square Fraxcisco has in store, and for tale, a few of these celebrated eumrmr Hats, which lor beauty, finish and durability, iar suppass any thing of the kind heretofore offered. It is the only place in the city where they can be ob tained. t . vj Spring Fair. We trust that every reader of the ' Patriot in Nat-hville an...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 May 1858

1 Jw -3ft. r-. ; ufc... 1 Jrt oolis, fir. Cincinnati Pruflflists. (Srorrrirvctr. U)I)0lr5ale Qxcmits. Cranspartatinn; rr 4&reat bargains tor CasUt XYTX have on band a wry Urge and elegant stock of STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS, that we are ofler- ng at very low prices lor cash. Our stock of DRESS BILKS ia very large and complete, consisting in part of , , ail-KBai KOOeS-a-UUie B" Flounced Silks; Jayader "... , J". ; Plaid .-.--. - . Ml T Rich Satin Striped and I'laid Poplins at very lovr pnCM. ,,..,.. .... With a large and elegant assortment of rich Moire 3' ' Antiques, bought in Job, and will be sold greatly less ban importers cost, with a rail line of best makes of 'buck Silks, very low for cash , . . W. A. ft J. G. McCLEJ LAND. . Tncurrent money at rar. rE"wiH take all "Tree Bank" money, Ocnee, 5het- byviUe, Lawreneeimrg, ana imnaringe at par, for goods. n. a. s J. u. auuji.iu. v". 0.. .As we Intend mr an en-luaitc cash boat Bess this year, wc will clone out our present stock at un ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 4 May 1858

HATES OF ADVEKTISUVG. . t rwt una am xasa o ao.vsiiii.il A socakc. ) i Square 1 day, S 1 00 each ad 'a! insertion S 69 1 1 weekr J 00 each addil'al frviuaxs 1 M JU ... X weeks, 4(0 SOS . ' y month, S 00 4 : I - uT l M . " i i. saouUiS 00 ' u i ' 4 SO m Z 12 0 " " ' " " S 15 00 .. 44 " " 8 OO u 12 26 00 " - 10 OS - TURIUSs . . Baily, per annum, .......$S 00 Tri-Weekly , per annum, 6 00 ' Weekly, per annum, .. 3 00 One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, .. 6 00 When the Taily. Trl-Weekly, or Weekly Is to be discontinued (paiil In advance at the time subscribed for), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be eonl.nucd, at our option, until paid for and stopped. If Dt paid, it must be paid at the time of discontinu ance, or at our option. If the party is good, it will be sent until paid. Remittances by mail, m " registered" letters, at our risk. aocxrwAata at fLXAStrax. " - j ' " T One Square, one year, SJO each additional square $10 . Written notice m...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 4 May 1858

itiisljuille patriot 8311X11 CASil? ic CO., ' rtopjurmim. W. HT. SMITH, 1 Editors. Office, No 16 Deaderlck Street. TUESDAY,.. MAY 4, 1858. The KtnMt Compromise. The Mil from the Conference Committee, reported bj Mr. Enoliph, and published in the Patriot of last TburFeluy morning, wop, on Friday, concurred in by the Ilonee of Repre sentative, and also by the Senate. The vote in the Houfse was. 112 to 103 ; in the Senate, 3Lt 22. . It now netds only the signature of the President to give it the authority of law. Thus paeBea the Kanfsas question out of Con gress. We trust that it is also the end of it there ; and that the' country may now be brought tocowiderqueetions of moment to hT interests and welfare which have been over shadowed by this convenient source of agita tion and embroilment. AVe apprehend, how ever, that the abolition and freesoil denia gogues.and their allies, will exert themselves to induce the people of Kansas to r j:ct the pro position tendered them, and thus keep o...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 4 May 1858

IN" A S KY I L L E: TTJESDAl ttOEHTUG,. 1... .MAT 4, 1858. May Bar. The Celebration Saturday, under tbe atie piweofthe Historical Society, was an im posing and very entertaining affair. ; Al though the procession may not have come up to expectation, there could have been no disap pointment in regard to tbe number of persons gathered in the Grove. The crowd was im mense, and composed of the btfrt materials'. The ceremonies of the .occasion were highly appropriate, and were conducted in a most pleasing man u-r. The several Fpeichesgave manifest delight, tiring received with enthusi astic applause. The oration of Mr. Daviiwo.v was all that his warmrst admirere could have asked for abh, eloquent, nplete with the graces of fccholarbLip, and glowing with tbe beams of brilliant geniu. The children from the public schools made a handsome epectacle, and enjoyed them selves, much to the satUfaction of all who take a pride in the welfare aud happiness of the young. "The Old Academy" was rep re...

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

sysji (Onrinnati: roc cries ric: IDI)olesQle;(Droffr!fii. . Cr a ns p a r t a t i a x a m pro 006s, rtf;I:L J Great bargains Tor Cash'. WE hare on hand a very large and elegant stock of CTAPLEjLND FANCY GOOP&, that we are offer ee at Very low pricea for cash. Our atock of CRESS BILKS is very large and complete, consisting in part of Equant Robee-a-Quille B" Flounced Silica; : ; ; ; Aiyadere " - j Plaid " CRieh Satin Striped and PlaM Poplina at very low prices. ... With ar large and elegant assortment of rVh Moire Antiques, bought in job, and will be sold greatly less haa Importers cost, with a full line of beat makea of Black SUka, Tery low for caxh . : I ... . w- J- - McCLEI LAND." . 2fTrncnTTent Money at Par. WT. will take all "Free Bank" money, Ocoee, flhel byvllle, Lawreneeburg, and Pandridge at par, for goods . . W. A. J. G. MoCLELLAND. N. B. Aa we intend doing an exclusive cava busi ness this year, we will close oat our present stuck at anprecented low pricea for cash. Jaa...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 5 May 1858

RATES OF ADVEltTISIIVG. I a " .' f Tt XEOS OS LBJ TO COXSnTTTa A BQCSMS. Ons Square 1 day, 9 1 OO each ad al msertion 9 $9 PI 1 . .. J 1 week, . S 00 enru adult al sonars In . t weeks 4 60 2 OO S OO a i month, COO 4 months 9 00 - a t" 12 Ov v" r " ' i " IS 00 ' - " 12 u Si 00 " a'-ly, per annum, .... $8 00 Tri-Weekly, per annuni, 6 00 Weekly, ptr annum, ':.....'. S 00-" : One "Weekly for twu years, or two Weeklies - i for one year, in advance, i 00 When, the I-aily, Trt-Weekly, or Weekly ts to be discontinued il In advance at the time subscribed for),-lhe subscriber mutt ordcj-, otherwise it will be continued, at our opt .00, until paid for and stoped. If not paul, tt must be paid at the time of discontinu ance, or at our option. If the party u good, it will be sent until paid. Kemniancos by mail, in " regime red" letters, at our nek. --: 4 SO - , -a 00 " ' a u M , . sacurwAsta at rtxasraB. - ... . One Square, one year, fcjO each addttonal square SIS . Written notice must be given t...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 5 May 1858

Uasbmlle patriot. BAILt tt '. TKI-"WEIK1T t5: t3. f , 8MlTH,CAMPieCO., nonuKTOBS. IRAP. JONES, J" .Offie), No. 16, Deaderlclc ytrert. "WZDITESDAT,. KAY 28, 1858. Tli Kutu Bill Vote of -American Ulcmberi. The yotef the American members of the Boom of Representative on the Conference bill waa aa follows: ' AYF8. . JfesfT. Anderson and Woodson, of MIbsou rl; Eustia, of La.; Gilmer, of N. C; Trippe, of Ga; Maynard, Ready and ZoU'icoHcr, of Ten nessee 8. ' NOES. Messrs. Davis, Harris and Ricaud, of Md.; and Marshall and Und rwood, of Ky. 5. ABSENT. Mr! Hill, of Georgia, who had gone home, bat paired off with Horton, an opponent of the bill. It will thus be seen that Mr. Gilmer, who poke and voted against the Senate bill, join ed the majority of his American colleagues on the final proposition. It is much to be re gretted that the American It- preventatives from Maryland and Kentucky, did not follow Lis example and make the American vote a unit, as it oaght to have been. Th-y chow, howeve...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 5 May 1858

b NASIIYILLE: WEDNESDAY KOraCTG,...-XAY 5, 1858. Mias Tbee, an , actress, fell down a stairway recently ia the Gaiety Theatre of Memphis, dislocating one of Tier arms and . breaking it also near tbs elbow. ' . .' ", The Crockett Aiujcs. We have received N the first number of - a democratic paper re ; cently fcterted at Crockett, in Texas, and ' edited by Prkstos IIat, R-q., formerly of this i city." The Argus is handanmuiy printed, and . the editorials in the number before us are written in good ta&te and display considera ble ability. The Fair. The exhibition at the Fair yes terday was of Cattle and Saddle Stock, a very good lift of which was on hand. To-day Blood Horses, Fancy Mare, and Getting will compete for the premiums. There are a great many thinjs on exhibi tion, of interest to spectators, and a visit will be very gratifying to all who may chance to go out. We hop; to see there to-day a large number of our citizens. 4r" We invite attention to the advertise ment or 1L P....

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 5 May 1858

. (tnfinnatt. JrnrrrifSs t !c. r - i s. I. ;l 'i-.j IVJI Orcftit -Bargains for fcasUl WE have on hand a verv large Bad elegant stock of STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS, that we are offer ng at eery low prices for nun. Our stock of DRESS WF- is very Urge and complete, consisting in part of " Dopant Robes-a-Quille - i - ft". Flounced Silks;, ' " r- n -Sayadere - , : - v'- nM v.. Rich Satin Striped and I la id Poplins at very low prions. With a large and elegant assortment of rich Moire Aitkines", bought In Job, and will be sold greatly lose bin importers cost, with a full Ibid or best makes of Buck Silks, yery low for cab W. A. J. G. McCLFJ LAND, i 4 ,' TJncTtrrent Money at Par. rT WI wiH take all "Fre Bank" money, Ocoee, Sbel byville, Lawrenreburg, and Dandrkifre at par," for goods. W. A- J. G. MrCLFJXAND. . N. B. As we intend doing an exclusive cash busi ness this year, we will close out our present stock at unprecented low prices for cash. jan2& tf w- J- G- MoC- l.vC. McXAlUT &,CO. ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 6 May 1858

II Ba- M.W-JUSWH i!osl)mllf)ntriot: RATES OF ApVKltTISlJVG. (TX LCrTCS OK UM TO ODS-U'lllS A HQC-RK. )" One Square 1 day, $ 1 00 each ad'al inseitioo S CV 1 week, S 00 each add.t al squar 1 i , a -reeks, - 4 SO .--- -:, - 2 00 i - month, 6 00 ; ; 1 I S 00 m - J m v 4 months 00 " - . 4 60 " t ' 12 00 " " iOO " m . j IS 00 . S 00 4i u. 12 . 24 F , m . t .- JO 00 KrvrirAm at tizafthx. ' One Square, one year, (30 each additional square $10 Written notice mutt be given t take out and stop ad. Tei-tsement- of yearly advertisers before the year ex pires, otherwise we shall charge Ull done. No contract of yearly advertsjemeuts will be difcoa- Ti;it.ns ' Pa:iy, per annum, . $8 00 Tri-Weekly, per nnnuni,' ........ .. ,. 6 00 Weekly, iut annum. ..; ; 3 ou f One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for no year, ui advance, 6 00 ' ' When the lily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly to to be -discontinued (paid in advance ut the time subscribed for), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be continued,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 6 May 1858

Iqsl)uule pntrtot. TALLY S8: IM-"WEEXL1 t50EEXLY$3. S1II1TU, CAMP 4c CO., 1-BOMIKTOR.. W. HT. SMITH, l IRA P. JONES, BHitort. Offlee, No. 16, Deadertck Street, THTTBSBAt, MAY 0,1858. Hon. Edward Everett. We take pVas-ure in republishing, from the Cliarlieton Courier, art article drawD out liy attacks-, in ur opin ion, mcf t uncalled for and illiberal, upon tbe Hon. Edwaku EVeretT. Amongst all the .distinguished men of the North, We know of Done more worthy of the respect and confi dence of the people of the whole country. If such men as he are to be hunted down, it in time, full time, for the South to close its doors against all men who hail from noD-slavehold- ; ing States, and fellowship with none but those to the "manor born." TbeiKnaa Hill Analysis of (he Vote iu tlie IIoiikc. FOR THE NEW SLAVE STATE. BOTTHERN DEMOCKATIC BEl'llESEXTATIVES C" Alabama Stallworth, Shorter, Dowtkll. jaoure, nouion, uoub, Uurry. Arkansas Gren wo A. Delaware Wliitelty. Florida Hawkins. eorgia- Reward,...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 6 May 1858

t --tUftf NASHVILLE: THTTJESDAY MOENTITG, ........ MAY 6, 1858. yff Attention ia directed to the adrertiie raent of Carriages an 1 Uoekswaya, at New York wholesale juice. Tbe circumstance under which this sals takes place, insures good bargains. 5?J-The injunction of the Ore philoso pher, Sotliei e trwewi, know tbywrlf, w one oi the. important le-RMins to lie studied aud li.-urn-ed hj mankind. Great aitance rnny, un questionably, t derived from the lectures and private examinations of Prof. O. S. Fowler, the former at dI Fellows' Hall every night, and the latfcT at the City Hotel. Whatever we may think of the doctrine of Phrenology, it cannot be doubted that these lectures are highly Interesting and instructive in roped to physiology, which is a po-itive science, and self-improvement.- We have bcu much pleased with those we have heard of the course. BtKSA Vista Spkixjs. in Logan county, Ky.. will be opentti as usual, for the reception of visitors on the fir day of June. This re sort...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 6 May 1858

j... . y etc. Ctnnnnttr Woi'txlK ilC mijalcsale ramies; ' Cransporlalian; Cereal ttavgalns Toiv CasH. WE hare on hand a very large and elegant stock of STAPLE AMI FANCY COODS, tiiat we arc otTor (t at very low price for cash. Our stock of IRFSS SILKS is rery larre and complete, consisting in part of tat i Flounced Silk; Juvadere ' . Plaid It Rich Satin Striped and Plaid Poplins at rery low prf". With a targe and elegant assortment of rich Moire Antiques, bought in job, and will be Bold greatly less ban. ImfKirtera cost, with a full line of bent makes of Blac foiiks, very low tor cash - . " ff, A. i J. G. McCLEI LAND. -,- Tncnrrent Money at Par. - WK wiH take all 14 Free Bank" money, Oroee, Fnel byville, Lawreneebnrfr, and DandrirlKe at par, for goods. W. A. fc J. G. MrCLELLAND. N. B. A we intend doing an exclusive cash busi ness this year, we will clows "t our present stock at enprecented low price for cash. ' ' jags- , , W. A. ft J. 0. McC. X. C. aicXAllVV:!(. CO. BECEIYED TICS DAY...

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