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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 23 April 1853

NASHVILLE UNION, TP Til? Ill ill MISCELLANEOUS. NASHVILLE UNION. HABDWABE AND CUTLERY. CHURCH Ac MARLING, I'roprietors. OFFICE-NO. CO, UNION BUILDINGS, CHERRY ST. 1 "WEEKLY UNION Is furnished to subscribers at 'following rates: Single copies, one year in advance. $2 50; within theyear$3 00; at the end of theyear $4 00. Clubs Of five and upwards $2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be received for six months at the foregoing rates. The TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if not paid in advance, $0. The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. t-THE MONEY IN ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY SUBSCRIPTIONS. Remittances of Mibscriptions may be made by mail at our risk. No paper will be Bent out of the State unless the order is ac companied with the cash. STEAMBOATS. NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE PACKET. S1 IPLENDII) New Passenger Steamer, H. .tPWXS U. XV. Trill. Cautain T. II. N ewell. 1500 tons burtlicn. This raaernificent Steam-s er...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 23 April 1853

i MS- -' i THE DAILY. UNION. JOHN L. MARLING, EDITOR. t-V. B. Palmer, the American cwpapcr,j'. 1 a TTTP nrrr tT-rTrtUTTr-n AnDkr fir Hi !H naPCf Boston, New York and Philadelphia, on? " duly empow- ,au j ...,w?-siiTscnntiOnsaUhe rates as imRiipn A rest for tUlS paftcr in mic v.". - required byu, J"S UlSOlUCe are 0(W""" v w Third mrl m -, t- - p.rtr.inajaiA. A. W.corner lniruana xriuune jjuuuiuga , uuuuju i -vr .... . 1.. Sc Jlonroc, uenerai Aieiioimjjei rl-uus, So. 36. Walnut street, ' TS-l-iri'in Uisraea age n is ior me nasu- rillo Union in uinciunau. THE FOTURE LIFE. fTf William'Cullen Bkyaxt had never written but the following lines, they would give him. a perfect title to the name of Poet: How shall I know thec in the sphere which keeps The disembodied spirits of the dead, . "When all of thee that time could wither, sleeps" And perishes among the dust wc tread ? For L shall feel the'sting of ceaseless pain If there I meet thy gentle spirit not; Nor hear the voice I love, nor rea...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 23 April 1853

BY TELEGRAPH. TELEGRAPHED FOR THE DAILY UNION. New Youk, April 22. The steamer Crescent City has arrived from Aspinwall, which place she left on the 12th insL The passengers for Califor nia, who went by the Crescent City, were forward ed by the Oregon. A party of ladies and gentle men from South America were robbed whilst cross ing the plains of large sums of money and valuable jewels. The robbers were arrested. Bostox, April 22. We have dates from New Brunswick to the 19 th. A committee of the As sembly havo reported in favor of making Campo bello a free port for the storage of goods from all ports duty free. Washington, April 22. The Union denies the report about the ill health of 3fr. Pierce, Kad saya that 'he has improved both in Health and weight since the inauguration. New Orleans, April 21. Bacon lias declined, sides 7; shouldew b; mess pork -$15Xal5 Green moats, 300,000 pounds; hog round at Cc Sugar dull; fair 4. Molasses . 24a24J. Coffee Sight Exchange on New York par. . Hp...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 23 April 1853

DRY GOODS, &0 ItSAXDEE D. STEVENSON. - UOBEUT L. WHITE. STEVENSON & WUTE, Dealers in Staple and .Fancr Dry Good?, AT) 59 Corner of tin Square and (hllegc SUreei, ZdshvdU. "TTTE have now in store one of the largest and best nssort VV cd stock of goods in the city, We rnspoctfally re nuest our friends and the public to examine our goods be fore making their purchases, as -we arc determined to sal low for cash, or to punctual dealers on liberal time. We will sell our Cloaks, Mantillas, printed Muslin de Lanes and Shawls at cost. mar7 STEVENSON & WHITE , DRESS GOODS. Rich Brocade Silks, in all colors,' Rich Neat Plaid Silks; rich Black Brocade Silks; Rich White Brocade Silks;; Rich Roquet de -Lanes; . Rich Black Gro de Rhines Small CIieckM De Lanes; Rich plain Gro de Rhines; Small Pigur'd De Lanes; Rich Plain Gro de Rhines in all colors; "White, Pink and Blue Gro de France; Plaitf Spun Silks; Small FigurU Cashmeres; Neat Checked Silks; Plaid Casbmpres; . French, English and ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 25 April 1853

3STASHYILLE UNION. CHURCH & MARLING, Proprietors. OFFICE NO. GO, UNION BUILDINGS, CHERRY ST. THE WEEKLY UNION Is furnished to subscribers at ' the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance. ?2 50; within theyear?8 00; at the end of the year $4 00. Clues Of five and upwards $2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be received for sixmonths at the foregoing rales. The TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if not paid in advance, $5. The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. J2?" THE " MONEY IN ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY SUBSCRIPTIONS.. Remittances of subscriptions may be made by mail at our risk. No paper will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac companied with the cash. STEAMBOATS. wpw n-PT.TAWS AND NASHVILLE PACKET. rTMrcvmn New 1'asscncrer Steamer, H. . jag&jse O R. W. Hill, Captain T. H. Newell, 1500 tons burthen. This magnificent btcam-s er, now being completed at New Albany, will takeherpTa...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 25 April 1853

THE DAILY UNION. JOHN L. MAULING, EDITOR. iEFV. B. Palmer, the American Aepwr Ajpnt iaSna oxlt autoouized Agest for this paper in fie cdies of Boston, New York and Philadelphia. ana Is duly empow ered to take adrtimentsnd rabscnptwiu aM as required byus. His r-p 11 JT vFPw7 yn" HilofDceare-Bosro-v, Scolktys gilding ; ,ew Ions, Tribune Building; I'hiuaselpiha, W. corner Third and Chestnut streets 3?P-irvin & Monroe. General ewspaper Agents, No 38 Walnut street, arc authorized agents for the Nash rilfe Union in Cincinnati. TUB FINE OLD ARKANSAS GENTLEMAN. Those of our readers (says the .New Orleans Delia) at all familiar with the. history and leading characters of our sister State of Arkansas, wi .scarcely, require a hint as to the authorship of the exceedingly clever song which we publish to-day. It bears the unmistakable imprint t)f the most ver- sauie genius, tne aoiest lawyer, tne oesi nunier, uiu though not least, the iolliest good fellow in the Southwest . - SONG.... TnsriXE...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 25 April 1853

BY TELEGRAPH. TELEGRAPHED FOR THE DAILY UNION. New Orleans, April 23. Lola ifontez is a pas senger in the steamer Philadelphia for California. The election for United States Senator, in place of Soule, takes place next Tuesday. -The most prominent candidates are Governor Herbert and Slidell. The following ships have arrived at this port : Louisiana, Schiller and Julia Howard from New York; Burk and Ann Elizabeth fiora Philadelphia. The steamer United States from Aspinwall in 5 days. She reports the steamship Independence a total loss, got ashore on the shoals near Margaretta island. She afterwards took fire all the passen gers, near 500 in number obliged to swim for the shore 140 were lost New Orleans, April 23 Further particulars of the loss of the steamship Independence. The num ber of passengers saved were about 270. They reached the uninhabited island and were without water for fifty-six hours. They suffered dreadful ly. Finally, by firing cannon, they succeeded in attracting th...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 25 April 1853

DRY GOODS, &0. uobket l. white. leaxder d. stevenson. , STEVENSON & WHITE, Dealers in Staplo and Fancy Dry Goads, JUk 5o!arneroftha Square ami College Street, Hashtille. WE have now instore one of the largest and best assort ed stock of goods in the city. We respectfully re quest our friends and the public to examine our goods be fore making their purchases, as we arc determined to sell low for cash, or to punctual dealers on liberal timo. we will sell our Cloaks, Mantillas, prh.ted Mas in de , Lanes and Shawls at cost mar7 bTEVENbON &. V HU . DRESS GOODS.-Hich Brocade Silks, in all colors; Rich Neat 1'Iaid Silks; rich Black Brocade bilks; Rich WhiteBrocade Silks;; Rich Roquet de Lanes; Rich Black Gro de Rhincs Small Chcck'd l)e Lanes; Rich plain Gro de Rhines; Small Figur'd Do Lanes; Rich Plain Gro de Rhines in all colors; "White, Pink and Blue Gro de France; Plain Spun Silks; Small Figur'd Cashmeres; Neat Checked Silks; Plaid Cashmeres; . French, English and German Men...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 26 April 1853

. I-, NASHnOLLE UNION. CHURCH & MARLING , Proprietors. OFFICE NO. 69, UNION BUILDINGS, CHERRY ST. THE "WEEKLY UNION Is furnislicd to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance. ?2 50; within theyear3 00; atthe end of the year $4 00. Clubs Of five and upwards $2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be received for six months at the foregoing rates. The TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, Thursday anS Saturday, at ?5 per annum in advance; if not paid in advance, $6. The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. 5-THE MONEY IN ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY SUBSCRIPTIONS... Remittances of subscriptions may he made by mail at our risk. No paper will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac companied with the cash. STEAjIBOATS. , NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE PACKET. -"ivr.rcvmn Now I'assemrer Steamer, 11. l t w. Trill. Cmtain T. H.Neweli, l.nnft n hnrthnn. Tins macnificent Steam-; cr, now being completed at hew Albany, will take her place in tlie ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 26 April 1853

THE DAILY UNION. JOHN L. MABLIWg, EDITOR. .TvUESDAY 3IORNLNG, APRII-J- 1853. NOTICE TO DELEGATES. A-preliminary meeting of the delegates tp the Delfiopratlc Slate Coaveution, will be held. tq-night jn the Ladies' -Ordinary of the -tyille Inn. A full attendance is requested. . WHIG STATE CONVENTION. Thii bo3y.mHyesterJa4"tfie Giurt TL-y&e- .' . .i i rWMjy si:- tt-- There were twnty -three counties presented. j J. IV. McKoin, oi bummer, wdffcaiiea tt ;tlie Uiiair, audaB. .P. SfeGiNtr, of Davidson, R..S: S.vnder3, of Knox, J. E. Hvtctisk, ofMiury, and It. B. McCJ-ee, oPG.bsoiv,-anpoinJ)od Secretaries. A' committee five was appointed to prepare nnu report resotu- ; tions,,; the Convention then. took.a recess. .a;tfits re-assembling, the committee reported a senckof, resolution 3, which were passed, re-adopt-ing'the-w-hig address of 1351, approving the Ad-, ministration of -Millard Fillmore, and presenting, by.-acclamation, the name of Gc3. A JIesrv, of HON. A. O.P, NICHOLSON. 'The. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 26 April 1853

BY TELEGRAPH. TELEGRAPHED FOE THE DAILY UNION. Washington, .April 23. Washington Intelligencer pub'ishes a letter dated Santa Pe, February 28th, announcing the intention of Governor Lane to take possession, on his own account; of a portion of Mex ican territory. Senator Borland has been appointed Minister to Central America. Charles S. Prailey has been ap pointed Chief Clerk of the General Land Office, vice Cabell, removed. Major Stevens.has nearly completed his arrange ments for the survey of the Pacific Railroad. A. B. Ileid, the father-in law of Governor Bigler, died to-day. New Orlean-3,' April 25. The steamer Texas has just arrived from Vera Cruz. Dispatches from the Balize state that the steamer Albatros is a total loss. The crew and passengers saved. Particulars not yet received. New Orleans, April 25. Lard has advanced, 200 bbl" ' sold at 9) mc3s pork 15' and firm; Bacon sides corn steady 67a63; Whisky 18al9. The steamer HRW Hill lias arrived. 1ntEW publications. PICKETI'S H...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 26 April 1853

DRY.G'ODDS, &C. tEAXDEE D. STEVENSON. ROBERT "L, WIHTE. SX'EVENSOrf & WHITE, Dealere in Staple ana Fancy Dry Goods, Jto, o'J, Qirnemftke Squire and Coiieyt itttet, .athvUle. j WE have now in 3tore one of the large.it and best assort- i ed stock of goods in the city. Wc respectfully re- J quest our friends and the public to examine our goods be fore making their purchises, as we are determined to t low far cosh, or to punctual dealers on liberal tune. we ; will sell our Cloaks, Mantillas, Pjm Muslin de , Lne and SHaWIS at,CQ3t. mar u"-'"-" - . . DIIESS GOODS Rich Brocade Silks, in all colors; Rich Neat Plaid Silks; rich Black Brocade bilks; Rich White BrocadeSllks;; Rich Ruet de Lanes; Rich Black Gro de Rhines Small Cucck.d De Lanes; , Rich plain Gro dc Rhine; Small Figur'd De Lanes; . Rich Plain Gro de Rhines in all olpr.; White, Pink and Blue Gro dc France; . . PlainSpun Silks; S.uall Figur'd Cashmeres; - NeatChecked Silks; Plaid Cashmeres;-. .-, French Eu-dish aud Gcrmau i...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 27 April 1853

NASHVILLE UNION. CHURCH & MARLING, I'ropnelors. OFFICE NO. G9, UNION BUILDINGS, CHERRY ST. HE WEEKLY UNION Is famished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance. t.2 50; within the j-eares 00; at the end of the year 4 00. Clubs Of five and upwards $2 00 per copy for one year. Glubs of subscribers will be received for sirmonths at the foregoing rates. The TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, Thursday aud Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if not paid in advance, ?C. The DAILY Is published at Eight"Dollars. J-THE MONEY IN ALL CASES TO ACCOJIPAM SUBSCRIPTIONS. Remittances of subscriptions may be made by mail at our risk. No paper will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac companied with the cash. STEAMBOATS. T-r,--iTr s urn WASTTVTLL'E PACKET. .QR. W. Hill, upturn T K,fc low ions Durmeu. '""p rr, n7ir,r er now bcinc completed at New Albany, will take her place in' the above trade as soon as navigation opens. The Hill is entirely new. o...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 27 April 1853

THE DAILY UNION. JOHN L. MARLING, EDITOR. & MEXICO. PROCLAMATION OF SANTA ANA. V' Mexicans : On potUriffmy foot on the soil of my country, I salute you with the liveliest emotion. My breast palpitated with tenderness from the mo- Eunent that my eyes began to discover from the .shores the elevated mountains which indicated the prbximity of a land, in which everything reeals to mt Vin most eratelul remembrances. t -' . Ulli O- , . - .1 . T . 11 Xbu havesummonea me, uenevmg uiaLX suouia be useful in freeing you from that state of anarchy - 'and dissolution into wnicn you have lallen; anu 1 have not hesitated to listen to your voice You have me now upon your soil, resolved to devote all . nry strength to an object so important. But if I have been ready to obey your call, it was with the ' "belief -that I could count upon your hearty eo-ope-ration. My firm resolution will be of no use, to consecrate myself entirely to the salvation of my country, if each one of you does not aid me by...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 27 April 1853

BY TELEGRAPH. TELEGRAPHED FOR THE DAH.Y UNION'. New Orleans, April 25, p. m. Millard B. Fare well, bearer of dispatches from the United States Legation at Mexico, arrived on the steamship Texas. He reports, that on the 8th, an express had arrived at the city of Mexico bringing the news of the oc cupation of Mcscada Yalley, in the State of Chihua hua by the government of New Mexico. The in telligence occasioned great surprise. A determina tion has been expressed to drive out the Americans at the point of the bayonet, an armed force had been ordered to proceed imuisdiately to the scene of action to reinforce the government of Chihuahua in expelling Governor Lane and his troops. On the 9th a delegation of the Mexican authori ses waited upon Judge Conklingand madeasolemn protest against the whole proceedin Intense ex citement is said to exist among all classes. The reply of Governor Trias to Governor Lane s ----Inmrit inn U rifrrifH JIS a fllOSt UIianSWCTable document, and a powerful vi...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 27 April 1853

- LEAXDER D. VTEVEN30N. ROBERT L. WmiE. STEVENSON & WHITE, Dealera in Staplo and Janc' Dry Goods, No. 59, Corrumf the Square and Gutlegc Street, Nashville. 7E have now in store one of the largest and best assort W ed stock of goods in the city. We rn.ipectfully re quest our friends aiid the public to examine our goods be tore making their purchases, as we are determined to tell low for cash, or to punctual dealers on liberal time. Ve will sell our Cloaks, Mantillas, printed Muslin dc Lanes and Shawls at cost. mar7 STEVENSON & WHITE RESS GOODS. Rich Brocade Silks, in all colors; Rich Neat Plaid Silks; rich Black Brocade Silks; Rich "White Brocade Silks;; Jtich Roquet de Lanss; Rich Black Gro de Rhines Small Check'd De Lanes; Rich plain Gro de Rhines; Small Figur'd De Lanes; Rich Plain Gro de Rhines in all colors; White, Pink and Blue Gro de France;' Plain Spun Silks; Small Figur'd Cashmeres; Neat Checked Silks; Plaid Cashmeres; French, English and German Merinoes, in all colo...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 28 April 1853

'a. "1 -?- N1HK . HT1LLE UNION, TTTF MSCELLiOTTSl HARDWARE AND CGTLESY. NASHVILLE UNION. CHURCH & MARLINU, Proprietors. OFFICE NO. G9, UNION BUILDINGS, CHERRY ST. r 4& WAS THE "WEEKLY UNION Is furnished io subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance. $2 50; within theyear$3 00; at the end of the year $4 00. Clubs Of five and upwards 2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be received for six months at the foregoing rales. The TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at $5 per annum In advance; if not paid in advance, ?6. The DAILY is published .at .Eight Dollars. -THE MONEY IN ALL , CASES TO ACCOMPANY SUBSCRIPTIONS.. Remittances of subscriptions may be made bymail at our risk. No paper will be sent out of the Stale unless the order is ac companied with the cash. STEAMBOATS. tT-n-nr TlT-r.nlTe IUT1 WJSHV1 I.TE PAfTTTFT SPLENDID New Passenger btcamcr, II. 1 R.W.Hill, Captain T. H. Newell, -izit tnncKnrthKn This magn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 28 April 1853

THE DAILY UNION. JOHN I.. MARLING, EDITOR. A... WILLIAM R. KING. '.-We take the following-sketch of the pubb'c'iife of the late Vice President Kisg frorn the Charleston mChuriar: -t .-, . Of the-lineage and early years-of William E.Xi:;c, we haSSno information, and are only able to state that he was horn during the year 1786, in SHmson, county, of the. "Old North State," that has furnished hor younger sisters with so man' useful and distin guished sons, and has never been without her full share of such at home. At an early age he repre sented his fellow citizens in the "Commons" of his native State, and at the period of constitutional eli gibility was transferred to Congress at the event- ful crisis of 1811. His elevation at such a time, and at his age to such a trust, and to a post which placed him along side the deliberations of the most distinguished Congress I hat hasyet graced our leg islative annals, vas a singularcjjark of confidence, , and theconGdence thus repoSKnd subseque...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 28 April 1853

BY TELEGRAPH. TELEGRAPHED FOR TELE DAILY UNION. New York, April 20. The steamer Humboldt has arrived from Southampton, withLiverpool dates to the 13th inst. Sales of Cotton in three days, 20,000 bales. Or leans fair G; middling of; upland fair G, middling 53, demand fair, holders firm, with moderate sales to trade. Speculators took 3,000, and ex porters 2,000 bales. Trade in manufacturing - dis tricts unchanged; all qualities slightly advanced. The flour market has recovered from the decline noticed in our last "Western Canal 23s; Ohio 24s. Corn yellow, 31a32s, demand moderate; white 29s. Pork and Beef dull. Bacon active. The correspondent of the London Times says that Jlussia, endeavoring to conclude a secret treaty with Turkey, failed, on account of which failure Constantinople will be taken by a coup de main. Victoria's health is rapidly improving. Hungary has been divided into three districts, with deputy governors in each. The rebellion in China still increasing. There had been...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 28 April 1853

goods, &a XEAXDBK D. STEVEXSOX. ROBERT L. WHITE. STEVENSON & WHITE, Dealers in Staple and FancV' Dry Goods, JV&. 59, (Jornerofthc Square and GdUge Street, AoAhcuU. WE have now in store one of the large.it and bwt aszorU ed stock of goods In the city. We respectfully re nuoBt our friends and the public lo examine our goods be--faro making their purchases, as we are determined to sell Urn for cash, or to punctual dealers on liberal time. We will sell our Cloaks, Mantillas, printed Muslin de Lane and Shawls at coat mar7 STEVENSON k WHITE HESS GOODS. Rich Brocade Silks, in all colors; Rich Neat Plaid Silks; rich Black Brocade Silks; Rich White Brocade Silks;; Kich Koquet de nines; 'Kfeh Black Gro de Raines Small Chedrd De Lanes; "Rich plain Gro de Rhiues; Small Figur'd Do Lanes; Rich Plain Gro de Rhine in ull colon; 'White, Pink and Blue Gro de France; Plain Spun Silks; Small Figur'd Cashmere3; Neat Checked Silks; Plaid Cashmeres; Trench, English and German Merinoes, in all ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
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