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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 May 1858

IL'i'J. Hljujubm V9. i A.'MW,.'1'-.,!'') J" M'X J Has I) ui 1 1 e J a t r i o t J RATES OF ADVERTISING. (m i" to oaasiiifi's-tt MCtu. 1 One oquars 1 day, t 1 OO-achod'al laktrUoa S tt vai icoaoan alaunajw 1 as 1 weeks. II. I M -w -.- ; a.. at Mt TERJIS t . DaJy, per annum, oo Trt-Veekly, per annum, 6 00 Weekly , per anuum, 3 00 Cue Weekly lor two years, or Iwo Weeklies fur one your, in advance, 5 00 When the 1 ily, Tri-Week!y, or We-kly to to bc discontinued pain iu advance at the time subscribed for), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be continued, Bt our option, until iitl for and stopied. , If not paid, it must he paid at the time of discotitiuu ante, or at our option. If the party is good, it will be sent nnt;i paid. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at our risk. i month. 6 00 a 'M " " i months 9 00 IN M ft 00 0 " 10 M " " 4 " u oo ' 5 M 18 00 u a jj it 2ft 00 . " - at PUBLISHED DAILY, TUI-WEEKLY, AXD WEEKLY, BY SMITII, CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEADEPJCK ST...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 May 1858

Itashinlle patriot IAXLT W: TEI-WEEEXY tb : WEEKLY $3. - s in 1 X IX , CAJIP Ac CO., .. PROPRIETORS. i.J - O A W. HY. SMITH, JSditors. 1KA f. JUHfcS, Office, No, 16, Dea.derf.cl Street. - JCKUJJSDAY,.- . MAY 13,1858 ... Twenty years ago, abolitionism was con fined to certain quarters fn the non-elavehold-" Ing States, having but few follower, and they miserable fanatics without power and without influence. It was a "little cloud no bigger than a man's hand" upon our political eky and attracted no particular attention. A little later, political demagogues, with the unrighteous purpose of breaking down their opponents, introduced the subject into Con- ' "gress under the guise of rejecting petitions asking for the abolition of slavery. Imme , diately abolitionism commenced to recruit additional adherents the "little cloud" to enread and deeueo in hue and from that time forth anti-nlaverv fanaticism lias been ' struggling to attain supreme political power. It has gone on from one extrem...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 May 1858

1 1 F L J IH T I J J K & NASHVILLE: THURSDAY MOSHTUG -MAT 13, 1858 KOTICE TO CITY SUBSCSiBEES. "Wishing to confine oar business ax near as possible to the CASH SYSTEM, we have deter mined hereafter to collect our subscriptions, within the city, QUARTERLY. To carry this determination into effect, we have placed our whole city list in th hands of Mr. JOHN J ACK 8 ON, who will make the collections, and also attend to the delivery of the Papers, and see that subscribers are sorrad punctually. We hope this arrangement will ba satisfactory to all parties. Thosa who may desire to save them selves the necessity of making four payments during tha year, can, if they prefer it, pay in advance for the whole year. Firemen's Annual Paradk. At a moling of the Fire Association, on Tuesday eight, it was resolved to have tli regular Annual Par ade on the third Thursday of the pront month. W. J. Taylor was chosen as Chief Mer?bal. ELErrro.v or OmcEr.s. The Fire Associa tion elected, oa Tuesday nig...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 May 1858

lmum . . t- .iji uu. jij Agirww pro opto, rfc; Cincinnati " praiqists; Q5r0ferif0;;df. IDIjiilesale rnrmrs. ' : ran5pnrtati0ir fV. f r ... J t ft 18. 1 1 ivcat Wargalns for Caslvt tTTE tare on hand a rerr large and elegant stock of V V STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS, that wo are otler i'(r at very low prices for cash. Our stock of DRESS 1 . LKS is rery large and complete, consisting In part of ;.. . . Ktapnt Robes-a-Quille . 8" Flounced Silks; . -3 Jayadere " r- ' " I'laid " . . -rRJch Satfn Striped and Plaid Poplina at Tery low ices. -4 -- . t " . ; ?: . With a larpe and elegant assortment of rich Moire ntlq,oes, bought in Job, and will be sold 'greatly lew haji importers cost, with a full line of best makes of :.iack Silks, very low for cash W. A. 3. G. MofXH LAND. ' " Tncurrent Money at Par. ' ' WK will take all "Free Bank" money, Ocoee, ?hel byville, Lawrenrebnrg,and Pondridfre at par, for (foods. W. A. k J. G. Mt UXANI. K. B. As we intend doing an exclusive cash busi ness this year, we...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 14 May 1858

RATES OF AJJVEltTlSiyG. One uam Iday, s 1 oo-eat h ad al imirtS' C " ,, ' - m auuii'ai Suuara 1 M " " ' month, 8 00 , " 1 fl " " mouths DO " t M 2 2 ' TERTISt Daily, per snnuro, ............ $3 HJ Tri-Weekly. per annum, 6 00 Weekly, s-r annum, ....... 3 00 Cue W eekly rr two years, or two Weeklies , for one rear, In advance, BOO - j When Uie Daily, Tri-Wtxkly, or Weekly Is to be discontinued (paid iu advance at the lime subscribed for), the subscriber mmK order, otherwise It will be continued, at otir ;itii, until M for ami stopped. If not paid, it niust be jMtid ut the time of disuoulmu- .- anee, or at oar opUon. If the party la good, it will be sent antil pnid. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letter, at our rmk. .1 - V - J w -ia M OS- " " S ' 18 O0 - " - cs 4 Vmt)t nJ ItFini - PUBLISHED DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY, BY SMITH, CAMP & CO.; KO. 16 DEADERICK STREET. One Square, on year, tooeach andnMooal square $10 Written notice must be given to take out and stop ad ertise...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 14 May 1858

V .-ZSe-' ."Z-'i. i"HrJ'- 1 ltHJUUULWMU t i 5 i. I -1- C-l s 4. ' . t - HosbDillc patriot 1 AILT $8 : TBI-WEEELT C5 : "WEEKLY $3. SMITH, CAMP Jt CO., rSOrBIRTOiM. w. nr. SMITH, VAttM Offl- Wo. 16, Bcadriik Street. rEIDAYr.... ......MAY 14, 1858 , - ' Xhe State of JTHnneaota. .- - ; On the 7tb of ApriJ, the Senate passed a bill for the admission of Minnesota as a State into the Union, by a vote of 48 to 3. On the 11th of May, the House of Representatives ' passed the same bill by a 'vote of 157 to 38. The signature of the President only remains to add this other new member to the confed eracy. It would. seem from the unanimity with which the bill passed, that there was no reasonable objection to the admission. But ia view of the mucU that has been urged against Kansas, and the general confusion of ideas which just now prevails on the proper administration of our territories, and their transformation from the condition of depend ent provinces to that of co-equal eovercign States, we g...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 14 May 1858

NASHVILLE: FRIDAY MOSKIKG,.: .MAT 14, 1858 V'.'50t:ce to city suescrieeks. to confine our business as near aa : possible to the CASH SYSTEM, we have deter mined hereafter to collect oar subscriptions, within the city, QUABTEELY. ' To carry this determination into effect, we have placed our whole city list in the hands of Mr. JOHN JACK SOT, long connected with our Office as Clerk, who will make the collections, and also . attend to the delivery of the Papers, and see that subscribers are served punctually. We hope this arrangement will be satisfactory to all parties. Those who may desire to save them selves the necessity of making four payments daring the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in advance for the whole year. Races. Koundtkkb's entry, lirtlle Hawkins, '. vou the race ye terday at the Nashville Iiace Course. p?y- The "Stnithirn J,m-Atd"' for the pres . eDt week has been laid upon our table. It is a capital nunilxr. Election- or Crrr Eevkatk Collector. It will be seen by refe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 14 May 1858

vi Cincinnati Cronspirfatian; r I R & Creat Bargains tor Casli! iVE have on tuln'1 "ry Urge and elegant stock of f STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS, that wo are offer- n8 VerT low prica for cash. Our stock of PRESS BILKS is very large and complete, consisting in part of Elegant Robes-a-Quille ' B" Flounced Silks; " - ' - ' " " Jayartere 44 - ! : -W Plaid " Rich Satin Etriped and Plaid Poplin at Tery low prices. With a large and elegant assortment of rich Moire Antiques, bought in job, and will be sold greatly lew han tmportera cost, with a full line of best make of Black Silk. Terr low for cash c ... -, ,': . W. A. J. O. McCLFJLAND. p. j; . UncmTeut Money at Par. TTT will take all "Free Bank" money, Ocoee, Fhel W byville, lawrenceburg, and Pandrirlge at par, for goods. . - W. A. J. G. MoCLFLLANf). N. B. AS we intend doing an exclusive cash busi ness this year, we will close out our present stock at anpreeented low prices for cosh. jaa2A tf W. A. k J. O. McC. tU.'C. MeAlUY CIO. RECEIVED TH...

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

rates op Advertising IT (TW1 Aa. TBH Vfl itnatTIW 1 a. sa. . a One Square 1 day , 1 oo tack ad'al insrrouo $ $9 . " a - 1 week, 3 O0 esckaUllit aJauuiie 1 M. it weeks, 4 M month, OO - a mod ths 0 00 ' ,... 12 00 - " IS 00 la " 26 00 " IN S OO . - 4 M " IM at OO 4 w 10 00 i t t . ii XERMSt Daily, per annum, . $s 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum 6 00 ' Weekly, per annum, S 00 ' One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in atlvance,.. 00 When the liaily. Tri-Weefcly, or Weekly is tn be, discontinued (paid in advance at the time subscribed for), the subscriber must order, oUierwtse it will be continue!, at our option, until paui for and stopped. It not paid, it mast bo paid at the time of discoctma ance, or at our option. If tlie party is good, it will be sent until pan. V .'." - ' -. - r Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at our risk. ' rxxrWASix at rtXAsmx. 1 PUBLISHED DAILY, Till-WEEKLY," AND "WEEKLY, BY SMITH, CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEADERICK STREET. One Square, on...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 May 1858

llasljmuelatriDt; IAIXY tS : TEI-WEIXLY 5 i "WEEKLY IX SniTII, CA3II1 i: CO,, F 4 "pi-. .- . rmofMRoRa. ... - ' i W. HT. SMITH, w . ISA P. JONES, Ofllee, No. 16, Deadrrtk yirrt. s 8 ATUBDAT, t. MAY 15. 1858 Southern Coinitierclal Convention. This body met In Montgomery, on the lOtb !rwt, ' Hon. Wm. L. Yancey acted as terrtpo rrry Chairman, Mr. DeBow, President of the last Convention, being absent, from eicknem. Mr. Yaxcet welcomed the delegates, refer Ing to the purpose of their meeting aa fol lows : "Assembled for the pnrpose of rearing np and relavigorating that commerce which, if rot destroyed, has been greatly crippled by a discriminating system of navigation laws ; assembled for the purpose of stimulating the general industry of the South, which has for years been rich enough to bear almost entirely the burthens of this government, whether in war or in peace, while you have enjoyed but little of the legislative favor of this govern ment. I welcome you, my countrymen, as the rep...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 May 1858

NASHVILLE: Steamboat & Wm Ttetns. 59 Cflcjjrapl). ComnttrriaL KKW HARDWARE HOUSE. it SATURDAY MORHING, MAY 15, 1858. NOTICE TO CITY-SUBSCRIBERS. "Wishing to confine our business as near as possible to the CASH SYSTEM, we have deter mined hereafter to collect our subscriptions, within the city, QTJARTEBLY. To carry this determination into effect, we have placed onr -whole city list in the hands of Mr. JOHN JACK EON, long connectad with onr Office as Clerk, who will make the collections, and also attend to tho delivery of the Papers, and see that subscribers are served punctually. We hope this arrangement will be satisfactory to all parties. These who may desire to save them selves the necessity of making four payments during the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in advance for the whole year. FntE Toi-irK. lVionf wishing to join the Fire Police f-hou!d hand their nara to-day to some memlcr for presentation to the meeting to-night. pVT-VCe are minuted by Mr. O. W. Davis to make a ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 May 1858

J? I "i H Cincinnati? (6r0fcrir5, rid ortalian. t I r IH I J J c B irea t ttrgains Tor Casli I W7 bara on band a rery large and elegant ttock of V V STAPLB AXI FAN CY GOODS, that we are offer UK at very low prices fur cash. Our stock of DRESS 8ILKS is very large and eomplrte, consisting in pert of Elegant IVbca-a-QuilU ' - - , Flounced llki; , . ... - - "''laid :"-. '; Rich Satin Striped and Plaid Poplins at Tcry low prkjs. . v , " , ' With s large and elegant assortment of rich Moire Aitkmes, bought in Job, and will be sold greatly less baa Imprrt ra cost, with a full line of best makes of Bwk Silks, very'low for cash . , ,. . a . W. JL. i. G. McCLEI LAND. TTnenrrent Money at Far. WE will take all "Free .Bank" money, Ocoee, Shel byville, Lawrenreburg, and Ilaudriilge at r, . or goods.-' r - W. A. k J. G. McCl.ELI.ANI-. N. B. As we intend doing an exclusive caKli busi ness this year, we will close out our present stock at unprecented low prices for cash. janSft it . W. A. ft j. G. I...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 17 May 1858

i i ! mmi will mrJB-MM jjMjawiJi'Jtf-'gwwBwgBWswsi wmsmm-gimffmmrmmmemsaaammmmammmmBmmmmmmmmmmBmtvmmmmmKmmmm BMssxnHMiMMHaMi IAilfHii;;liiiii HATES OF. AD VEUTISXIVG, f m una est um tru boMmtt A aytiAkK. One Square 1 day, a 1 00 each ad'al inaertioa ft 1 week, S 00 eachaddil'alaonara I aunara I aw- 2 a eeks, 4 ttO -las u - SO " - 4M " " ft 00 " " a oo XEB31S: Daly , per annum , f S 00 Tri-Wcekly, jmr milium, 6 00 Weekly, p-T annum, 3 00 One Weekly for twi years, cir two W'eeklics for one year, in advance, 6 00 When tbe Jiuily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly to to be discontinued (paid in advance at the tune subscribed for), the subscriber must order, oUierwise it wilt be continued, at our opt, on, until paid for and stopped. If not paid, it must be paid at tiie time of discontinu ance, or at oar option. If tbe party is good, it will be rout until aid. Remittaiac by mall, in " registered" letters, at our rude. niuutb, e 00 " t mouths la) " At i u 2 00 " S " 18 00 " 11 24 00 " 10 oo kxyxwakiji...

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

lashmltc llatriot. TAUT t8 : 1BI-WEEKLY S5 : "WEEKLY t3. SniTH, CAMP Sc CO, - ' FBorBirtoM. . WAP. JONES, itor- . Offlee,'No. 16, Bead erlck Street.' MOHTJAY,- ..5IAY 17, 1858. - . New 06 ok. A Woiif'l Thocobts A Boer WuM. ByHhe Anthor of "John Halifax," "Gentlemao," Jw. New York: ftnD ft Cablktox. This is a handsome reprint of a late Eng lish book by Miss MClock, "who Is already well-knowii as the author of "John Halifax," "The Ogilvies," Agatha's Husband," Ac She has, probably, greater vigor of Intellect, and force of style than any of England's liv Ing female writers. No less as 'mirks of her style than ef her sound eehsewe pve a fc'w extracts, at random from the work, which we would heartily wish read by every woman rn the country the extracts first and the book afterwards. Under the hoad of "something to do". "That Providence ordained ft so made, men to work, and women to be idle is a doctrine that few will be beid enough to as sert openly. Tacitly they do, when they preach up ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 17 May 1858

NASHVILLE: Steamboat & iiiurr lltm. Sptcial Hotirrs. CummcrciaL i F L IH i T I J J I R MONDAY KOR3ITNG,.... MAY 17. 1858. NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS. "Wishing to confine oar business as near as possible to the CASH SYSTEM, we nave deter mined hereafter to collect our subscriptions, within the city, QUARTERLY. To carry this determination into effect, we have placed our whole city list in the hands of Mr. JOHN JACZ EON, long connected with our Office as Clerk, who will make the collections, and also attend to the delivery of the Papers, and see that subscriber are served punctually. We hope this arrangement will he satisfactory to all parties. Those who may desire to save them selves the necessity of making four payments daring the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in advance for the whole year. Gooskbkkkies. P. W. M.'XKr, E-q.. hag left with us a branch cut from a gooseberry bush on his bonv-fitead ia this county. The berries upon it are both numerous and Urge, comparatively, but...

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 May 1858

SI pjHSKaMi9B5!ifcfe. jilt v 1 I Cinnnnatt. i prnjigists. 0tt 15, f. ; Cfdnsijnrtalion. a t 1 1 L s K 8. Orcal 'Bargains fov Cash! WE have on hand a very larf?e and elegant stock of STAPI AND FANCY GOODS, that we are otter n(f at very low prices for cash. Our Block of DRESS SILKS is very Lurge and complete, consisting in part of FJogant Robcs-a-Qiiille " Flouucad fcilks; r , . .vadere 44 ' ' Plaid Rich Satin Striped and, Flakt ropltna at very low prices. With a larg and elegant assortment f rich Moire Antiques, bo-ipht in job? and will be sold greatly turn hat imp rt -rs cost, with a full lice of beat makes of B.ack Silks, very low for cash K.A.&.3. G. McCLEI LAND. TJncurrent Honey at Par, 1TTF will take all "Free Bank" money, Ornee, Shel VV byville, Lawrencebnrp, and Pandridpe at par, or (foods. W. A. k J. G. McCLF.LLAND. N. B. As we intend doing an exclusive cash busi ness this year, we will dose oat our present Hock at un presented low prices for cash. . - jan25 U W. A. &...

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

" " ' '" - . i II. . i ..,., ..M . ,,.,. mi .... I, . ... , . . . ...,. .,W...I.!0IOW i tr- - i . - n 'WMF !,f. wmii ' " - 1 - "X' '"j" J'-U .sr-Bjaa-. M i. i' ' .n . .i-i.i r - . u , . . r- , " ' .J - rr , ,. m . , r- ., ..... 1 " " - ' ' " 1 Muslmllf patriot. i f una oa una ta awsrrrrrc a wqcau. One Square I day, a 1 OO each ad 'al b.u.,. a . " , " , I S OOeackaUdH al square 1 6 . " S weeks, -4 SO ' " u m M " month, 6 00 m u g Q6 " . 1 months SO 4' a 44 4 to 5 - S . : TEKM8I --' 7 v V, , Daily, per annum J $3 60 ' , Trl-Weekly, per aunuin, 6 00 Weekly, per annum,.. 00 - One Weekly lot two years, or two Weeklies ... for one year, in advance, 6 00 -, When the Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly is to be. discontinued (paid in advance at the time subscribed for), the subscriber most order, otherwise it wilt be e mtioued, at our option, until paid Tor and stopped. If not paid, it must be paid at the tmie of discounts auco, or at our option. If the party tu good, it will be sent until paid. R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 18 May 1858

SI H 1 1 A ' - - r ! t r . - , -' c - r -5 5. 7; tlaspiUc IAILY S8: TSa-WZIKLY tfit "WEEKLY $3. sniTif, cAjip &. co., Pboprtkiorh. ' , l 1 :;rYS' tJfflee, JTff. l'C, Dteaderlck Street. tXTESDAT, -MAY 18, 188 . Reconstruction of Parties. - - And wherefore? and ben? and how? These are the questions that stand at the threshold of the enterprise, and mut be prac tically angwcred" before any substantial pro gress can be made. It belongs to the projec tors "of the enterprise to answer them, and hence it is not our business. In a certain sense we most heartily favor a reconstruction. "We are Very well satisfied that there is no par ty at present in existence that combines suffi cient strength with sufficient honesty to ad minister the government rightly; and the gov- ' ernment is sadly in need of a party to supply this great,-cardinal deficiency. Thus the vkerefore ia answered, and the when may be by ' the bimple monosyllable, now. Next, how f Upon this, we are just about to have a new...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 18 May 1858

NASHVILLE: TTTECDAi HOSSIKO,...........MAT18,1858 . : xottce to cut soscribeks. - Wishing: to confine oar business as near as - possible to the CASH SYSTEM, we have deter mined hereafter to collect our subscriptions, within the city, QUARTERLY. To carry thi . determination into effect, we have placed onr whole city list in the hands of Mr. JOHN JACK SON, long connected with onr Office - a Clerk, who will make the collections, and also attend to the delivery of the Papers, and see that subscribers are served punctually. We hope this arrangement will be satisfactory to all parties. Those who may desire to save them selves the necessity of making four payments during the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in advance for the whole year. Mr. S. Hnx, will accept our tbanks for late Boston papers. t ff The corner Ptone of a new Methodist Church at the cornrr of College and Mulber ry ptrec-t. South Nashville, will be laid this tening at 4 o'clock. The Rev. P. F. eely, will d. liver an addres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 18 May 1858

SI (00C&S, ftlY (Dnrinnatt. praggist - Craasportatian. 1 s I ir c J i a I : i . r L V T I J J I R 8 a J IW C. McXAlUY CO. EECQTED. THIS DAY, BY EXPRESS, - 1 rr DOZ. Alexander's Kid Cloves: w klJ 10 dos. Extension 8. 8. Skirts, whit cord; 10 cartons Ducats, oew styles; - . 10 do. ' Mouslin da Chene; ,8 do. New style Stella Bbawls,ior early Spring; " 'i 11 H fiOO'Pi" Collars and Sleeves, new styles; - w Crape Collars and Sleeves, do ; . Breakfast Caps, do.; Illusion Capes and Bertbes, . do.; . . - w t ! i r Onr Mr. McNairy is now in the Eastern cHles.and we . will be getting New (iools every few davt do; tag the t 'season and solicit a can irum our irieoas ua m pug. lip generally. . : - O. JlcNAlEY W., : j"v marlO tf ' ju v .. j ..-J .- - R. 0. McNairy ; & ;Co, " rttrnVED this day an elegant lot or new and deair It able goods adapted to the present and approach lag season, consisting hi part or the following articles Elegant Bayadew Silks; " "Chene Silks, Flounced do; ---- Dou...

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