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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 31 May 1858

UATESOIi': AliVr.lTTiniri'C.; f ras lixx oa laas to oowmm a tnt-.ss Oa Squar 1 day, 1 tin each ad'al inaernoa " . " i wee:, s OO each add.t ai square 1 K wek.: M ... :.. t a " anonth, S 00 " g oa " aumth 9 00 m as-"- 4 aa " . ..- M w -si ,it a a a " M a isoa-. t m 1 aa m 13 " S00 " st 10 00 KKsrwamj-. at rtxASTra. "! " '" TEIIJIS: ; . , Daily, per annum 4. 8 00 Trt-Weekly.pcraununi, & 00 Weekly, per annum, S 00 One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies . for one vear, in advance, (00 When the iiaily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly to to be discontinued (paid in advance at the tint subscribed for), the subscriber mart order, otherwise it wUI be continued, at pur option, until paid for and stopped li not paid, it must be paid at Ue time of discontinn ance, or at oar option. If tlie party m good, it will be sent until paid. - - " . , ' ' Remittances by mail, to registered" letter, at our rials. . ,uley?j PUBLISHED DAII TRLWEEKLY, AND "WEEKLY, BY SMITH, CAMP & CO., K0. 16 . DEADEIIICK 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. — 31 May 1858

llnsljoille Mtiot. IAILY 18 : 1E1--WEIXLY t5 : U TT.KLY $3. ' ' S9I1TII CAMP 4c CO., .- ' noranuu. " !- - - i f .. .v , ira r. Jones, 3 J .... . v ,.:.. Office, 3Ve. IS. Header!; Street. KOOTAT...... MAY 81, 1858. Xfce Brlflab jp-esltie. ----- Tie recent exercise of the assumed right of visit by British crnuen, In the Gulf of Mexico, has roused the kidignatiou of the patriotic , masses of the whole country. A few of the black republican' presses and lead en apologize lor the conduct of our old ene my, but, we are gnUifit'd to note that, outside f the black republican party, there is' but one roice in regar'- to the outrages which have been heaped upo American vessels.! In the Senate of the United istatos the utterance of condemnation has been distinct and em phatic '' Amongst the Senators who have spoken is Hon. Johs J. Cbittbxdes, a brief synopsis of whose remarks has been telt -graphed to the Louisville papers, as follows : ' Regarding the British insults, if true and not amply di...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 31 May 1858

NASHyiLLE: hcctoay itoasnro .....mat a, isss. KOTICE TO CITY SUESCEIBEES. Wishing to c cm fine oar bnaineu as near as possible to the CASH SYSTEM, we hive deter mined hereafter to collect oar subscriptions, within the city, QUARTERLY. To carry this determination into effect, we have placed oar whole city lilt in the hands of Mr. JOHN JACK 80K, long connected with oar Office as Clerk, who will make the collections, and also attend to the delirery 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 elves the necessity of making four payments during the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in advance for the whole year. Kemovaj- We understand that the City Bank will open to-day, in the bauking house formerly occupied by the Bank of Nashville. pgr Dillon A Co. pell a fine assortment of Liquors, Ac, to . tomorrow morning, at auc tion, in front of their warehouse, ou College street 329-...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 31 May 1858

BBRnMI (CinrinnaH: . 4 t prDiifltsts. (Sroferievttf. 1. C. MeXAllVY & CO. EEtrrryzD this day by express, . IClVl rKIZ.' Alexander's Kid Gloves;-' -'-' y.XJ 10 dox. Extension 8. 8. Skirts, whiU k eol'd; 10 carton Docal, new styles; 10 . '.Mouilin d Chene; . IS do. ''New style Stella Shawls, for early Sprint; 100 Pique Collars and Sleeves, new styles; . Crape Collars and Sleeves, do; Breakfast Caps,. - - , do.; ' . Illusion Capes and BextDes, do.; v ' - .. J Our Mr. McNatry is now in the Eastern cities, and we will be setting New Good every tew days da tag the easoa and solicit a call from our friends and the pub, lie generally K. C. McNAIKY CO. ' mariOtf .: ' - " . E.tC. McNairy & .Co., RECEIVED this day an elegant lot of new and desir able goods adated to Ilia present and approach ing season, consisting in part of the following articles: Elegant Bayadew Silks; " Chene Silks, flounced. . do; Double skirt do; " "tide stripe do; u '-. Panoda Cloth "new. f Flounced Greuadiuusj "...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 June 1858

IV- J - RATES OP ADVloltTISUVG. (tbi una ox ua to uonbttttts a aoraxx. ) ' One Square 1 day , 1 00 each ad 'al maerUoa 9 " 1 week, S OCt . eachaddil alauuare 1 " t weeks, 4 60 t OO 1 ' ' ' ' TERJIS t Daily, per annum $8 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum, 6 00 Weekly, per annum,. 8 00 One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, 6 00 When the Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly ts to be discontinued (paid in advance at the time subscribed for), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be continued, at our o)tion, uuul paid for and stopped. If not paid, it must be paid at the time of discontinn- ance, or at our option. If the party is good, it will be sent until paid. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at our risk. aaontu, sua .- - son a months VO " 4 M i. ia oo " oo i " 18 00 " a u a 00 w UU a Si M " " w 10 00 KunrwaBLB at rutaaFn. One Square, one year, $30 each additional aqaare f 10 Written notice must be given to lake out and stop ad vertigemecta of yearly a...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 June 1858

1 1 -, i i ..I - t -.. '- r.i.r - - r' t?4 w B)W',WM-. i !e:';- " w!"HT. SMTTHj ntu-JL ' " S sa gf - " ." ira r. jowcy J Jafator ' 1 C.'i Offle,7r. 16, Destderlelc Street. I -It , .. , Tuesday,-... .....,.:....;v.jTnra x. 1858 ,jUs Tle Das;lave 31 en Coins Uaelc." j This is the caption of a letter from "Wash ington, under date of May 24 th, to the New York Express.. The -writer alleges that the Douglas recusants are "about to file again into the line of the regulars;" and adds that '-the-indications-upon which he forms his opinions are unmistakable." 'Amongst these indications are their refusal to unite with the opposition upon a candidate to beat the sham democratic candidate for door-keeper, and t permitting Campbell, anti-Lecompton, to be i ejected from the House, to make room for ' Vallandioham, Lecompton. The writer adds: - fcIn fact, one of the bwt-inlormed of the . adherents of Donelas told me this mornine. ' that the Administration and Donglas men are now, in etfect, re-unit...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 June 1858

N ASH VI LLE: Tuesday MOiumio,........,':.jTrrE 1, iws 1 XOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS. ' "WisMng to confine onr tousinesa as near as possible to the CASH SYSTEM, we have deter mined hereafter to collect onr subscriptions, within the city, QXT1ETEELT. To carry this determination into effect, we have placed onr whole city list in the hands of Mr. JOHN J ACS SOU, long connected with onr 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. 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. Removal. The City Bank has been moved to the banking-house, formerly occupied by the Bank of Nariiville, College street. ..- 3- "We had the pleasure of meeting Geo. W. Cowan, Esq.. yesterday, who has juet re turned, in improved health, from a trip to T...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 June 1858

U. C. McAllW CO. ! RECEIVED THIS DAT BY EXPEE8S, f Clfk loi- Alesander'i KM Gloves;- iU 10 doc Extension 9. S. Skirt, whit & ol'd, 10 carton. Ducala,new stylet; 10 do. , Houalin de Chens: - - - M do. New style Stella Shawl, for early Spring; 400 Pique Collars and Sleeves, new style.; Crape Collars and Sleeves, -- do; .' Breakfast Caps, . do. Illusion Capes and Berttyys, . do.; , Our Mr. McSairy ia now In the Eastern cities, and we will be getting New Good eVery lew days du hig the season and solicit a call from oar friends and the pub lic generally R. C. McNAIRY k CO. ttar 10 tf E. C. McNaiiy & Co., RECEIVED this day an elegant lot of new and desir able goods adapted to the present and approach ing season, consisting in part of the following articles: Elegant Bayadcw Silks; ; " Cheue Silks, s a ' . ' Flounced do; - v " Double skirt do; " tilde stripe do; ii t panoda Cloth "new Flounced Grenaduiesl Double skirt do;. " Side striped do; . v Plain' Silks all colors ir .together ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 2 June 1858

' ' . " . ' m' " a iinl' ,,1,1,1111111,. " irru-iMinr ---'-'---"'-J"a,r.' " 1.,WWlllr"r ' '- J - -- w " : .., , i i i i i f 1 ; w-gut;;11 " -i m w, a ----- - ..- ' ; ' ii 4 4 XXAl C-T ADVE11T1SIIVG. . ' f ntjr jjana ioa Una ttr uimr a aqeavBtv ons Square 1 day , a 1 oo each ad al masrtAoa $ St " '. 1 week? a o eachaddit aiaqueara 1 " " S weeks, 4 68 ; u t M - . bjouth,' 6 UO , t to " " i saoatha 00 . " ' ' a 4 tt . tt .."iLili 00 ..,". T ft 0 " " ' " 18 00 ". S (0 "la - " 6 00 a - r lata -. - syemrABLX at rtXAKrut. . One Square, one year, Sito each auditioaal square $19 Written ttotice aimrt be given to uke ont and stop ad rertisemeatr of yearly advertisers before the year ax. pi res, otherwise we shall charge till done. . Ns contract of yearly ad vertisemenu will be discos tiaued wrtioot prerieus notice to as, nor will any charge be made for less than one year at Uie yearly rates. - AdTertise exceeding-the spat ed for will be charged for the excess; V m ' TEItnSt . . Dally, per ann...

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

I. V V 1. v i I sv, 6 ' i ' f - uospnic iiamot iilXY SB t mi"WEIKLT tSf WEEKLY t3. binirrit, camp 4 go., w. HY smith, IRAP.JOXes, ' t 4 Offle,7re, la, De&dfHek Street. WXmSESDAXt.. ............JTJ1TE 3, 1858 . -p3f What has the alleged extravagance of Xhe administration of Mr. Fillmore to do with the admitted extravagance of the present? 'Can. , that, in any sense, be made to justify thUt ' Mr. Bcchakan is reponsibIeftr At acts, and the sham democracy also for than, and we are quite deceived in the intelligence and independence of the people, if they are not held to a rigid accountability at the pro per time. . -. i : '?' ! . . . """7 i $31- The Union and American concurs wilh the Patriot in condemning the reckless ex travagance of the Federal Government; but attributes the extraordinary expenditures of the present and preceding administration, to numerous nnnecewary schemes projected by that of Mr. Fiixmore. Will our accommodat ing neighbors give ns the facts and figures irom t...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 2 June 1858

abates f ' I I I "WZDHHSDAT MOMUNO,.. .'...JUHE 3, 1853 NOTICE TO C1TT SUBSCRIBERS. Wishing to confine our business as near m 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 the hands of Mr. JOHN JACK SON, 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 during the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in advance for the whole year. We are indebted to W. T. Bkrkt 4 Co., for several new publication, which we will notice hereafter. f" An Irishman, Thomas Sliea, who was taken up and Rent to the Work-house a day or , two ago, for drunkenness, in a fit of mania ' apotu, yctterdiiy tveninjr, ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 2 June 1858

ipro:oolis,rttr; EB-tlvtU THIS PAY BY EXPRESS, 1 CJ A DOZ.' Alexander's Kid Gloves; Xs&KJ 1 doz. Extension 8. 8. Skirts, white k sol'd, SllO cartons Ducals, new styles; " t. - - 10 do. . , Moualin At Chene: . 93 do. . : New style Stella shawls, for early Sprinf; ww rique voiiars ana bieeves, Be w styles; , ; Crape Collars and Kleeve. do: Breakfast Caps, do.;.-:,;: " Illusion Capes and Berthes, do.; Our Mr.-McNairy is pow in the Eastern cities, and we will be getting New Goods every few days du i ing the ' season and solicit a call from our friends and the pub lic generally H. C McNAIRr" A CO. . mirlO tf . .--.,-. - R.- C. McNairy & Co., RECETvTn this day an elegant lot of new and desir able goods adapted to tho present and approach f' lug season, consisting in part of the following articles. Elegant Rayadew Silks; " Chene Silks, " Flonnced do; " Double skirt do; " fide stripe do; ' " v " Panoda Cloth "new.jj Flonnced Grenadines j f Doable skirt do; Fide striped do; i Plain s...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 3 June 1858

i 1 it lIosljDillf patriot. i RATES OR AD VKRTIS1IVG. " ' C ustM ott is o onxarrrcTS but are. V ' One Squire 1 Bay , . 1 oo each ad'al insertion $ 1 - 1 week, Ou euch addit'al suosrs 1 I J -' -V r z weeks, 4 50 " " m j 6 TERIQSt Daily, per annum 4 $8 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum, 6 00 Weekly, per annum, 300 One Weekly tor two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, 5 00 When the Lany, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly is to.be discontinued (iaid in advance at the time subscribed Tor), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be e Hitinucd, at our option, until paid for and Plopped. I: not paid, it must be paid at the tune of discontinu ance, or at our option. If the pui-ty is good, it will be ent until paid. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at our risk. " ." moutn, e oo " ' 1 p'i's s oo ' r " z " .- , l " 12 00 u ' 6 1J 00 . 12 " .S 00 :tt u M- : I oo CO . XXNSWABUI AT riXASntK. - . One Square, ens year, $30 each additional sqnsre fid - Written solice must be given to tak...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 3 June 1858

lasljmuc fatriot. IAILY t8 : IEI--WEESLY t5: "WEEKLY S3. ?- - IT j,- - 8911X11 CAMP Ac CO., r-ROFRTa.lORS. W. HY. SMITH, sua. IRA P. JONES. J Editors. . Office, H. 18. Deaderlck Street. THTJUSD Af . ........JTJIfE 3, 1858 The Homestead Bill. Gov. Johnson's Homeetead Bill, was dcfeat ad In the Senate last Friday by a vote of 30 to 21. Gov. Johnson voted with the majority, in order to be able to move a reconsideration, which he did K that the actnal majority gainst the bill was seven. Union and Ameri can. The Homertead Bill was yesterday defeat ed in lha Senate, on a motion to postpone till next Session, by a vote fcf 30 to 21. Gov. Johnson of Tenn. voted with the majority in ordet to be able to move a reconsideration. which he did o that the actual division was 29 to 22 only seven majority against Free Home. Kansas and Oregon will very roon contribute four vote toward overcoming this majority, and thpre ia no shadow of danger that the IIoiiRe will rei'-ct the bill whenever it nhall h...

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

NASHVILLE: THURSDAY HORSING, jxiSE 3, 1858 S0T1CE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS. Wisning to confine oar business as near as possible to the CASH SYSTEM, ve have deter mined hereafter to collect onr subscription, within the city, QUARTERLY. To carry this determination into effect, we have placed onr whole city list in the hands of Mr. 70HK JACK SOS', long connected with onr Office as Clerk, who will make the collections, and also V attend to the delivery of the Papers, and see ' that subscribers 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 during the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in advance for the whole year. 3T The Coroner did not hold an inquest ?ver the dead body of tbe Irishman, who at tempted to commit micideat the Work-bouse. Thomas Shea having failed to die, this bit of official service is postponed. This is a correc tion of our yesterday's report of the occur ren...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 3 June 1858

(Dnrinnatt. (DrnrrricV ctrv ' UJIjolcsale prij (Snobs. ilmnsp0rtatt0i " Proctitis, ttf.' W. C. McXAHW & CO. EECFJYED THIS DAY BT EXPRESS, 1 OA DOZ. lleiinder'a Kid Gloves ;-' A-U 10 dox. Extension 8. 8- Skirts, white k sul'd, 10 cartons Ducals, new styles; . v . A . V . 10 do. Mouslm do Cbene: 13 do. New sty Is SteHa Shawls, lor early Spring; 400 Pique Collars and Sleeves, new styles; .-.- -Crape Collars and Sleeves, do ;" ' .-. Breakfast Caps, - , lo. ; . , Illusion Capes and Perthes,'- 'do.; ' ' . Oox Mr. McNalry is now in the Eastern cities, and we will be getting New Good every few days du tag the season and solicit a call from our friends and the pub lic generally ... . E, C. McNAIKY CO. naarlo tf . ., . . R. C. McNairy &;Co., RECEIVED tnisdv an elegant lot or new and desir able goods adapted to the nresent and approach ing season, consisting in part of the following articles; Elegant Bayadew Silks; " Cbene Silks, Flounced do; " Double skirt do; fide strips do; -u in - ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 4 June 1858

;4 RATES OF. ADTEltTIglAC ' (txw tnrss oa xaes to coasint is a sucacx. ) . 0ns Square 1 day, $ 1 00 each ad'al iartion I- " " lwaek, 3 00 each addit al quar 1 W " " 2 weeks, 4 M " " J 0O t. 1 saoBlh, S 00 . Zl Z. 3 4 " " k months 9 00 " m u 4 tO " " t " 12 00 M 00 u m . . s it 00 " :- so w St X2 id 00 " M 04 RTNIWAJilS At rtXASFSB. One Squars, ens year, 330 each additional square f IV Written notice must be given to lake .ul and stop ad varUsemenls of yearly auvcrtwer before the year x pires, otherwise we shall caarge till doae. - - No contract of yearly advertisements will be diooD tmued wnotrt prevbius notice to us. nor will any charge be made for less than one year at Uie yearly rates. - ja- Advertisers exceeding tho space contract 1 E D r - , - TERMS t m Daily, per uunnij.... S8 00 Tri Weekly, per auDum, , .... & 09 Weekly, per annum, 3 OO -. One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, ............. i 00 When Uie Itaiiy, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly is to be...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 4 June 1858

lasljuillf patriot. DAILY tft : TM-WIEXLY ti t "WEEKLY $3. SftXITII, CA9II c CO., v '-- raorwnrroR. . 3- ; W.HY. SMITH, l-j.-, '' IRA P. JONES, Ja,tor' omce,2r. IB, Head erf cU street. ?siday ...... jmra 4, ims Wilkin Tannehlll. The death of this venerable citizen, though not unlooked Cor, is a source of Badness to the city, and especially to the older members of the community who had the advantages of a long personal acquaintance with him, and a familiar knowledge of bis many excellent qualities. After a long and useful life, dur ing the last two or three years of which he was measurably cut off from active associa tion In society by affliction, he gives up his place, retires frojn the stage and takes np his mysterious journey to the land of the Here after. He acted well his part, and passed from this life to the other, with all the rich fruits of an upright and virtuous lifetime clus tering in mellow ripeness about him. The deceased was born in Pittsburg, March 4th, 1787, and died...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 4 June 1858

i I laOS 1 1 1 N A S EVIL L E: TELDAY M01USTNG, JUKI! 4, 1829 XOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS. 'Wishing to eonfins our business as near as possible to the CASH SYSTEM, we hare 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. JOHK JACK SON, 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 during the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in advance for the whole year. Death of J. II. Halbert, Esq, A telegraphic dispatch was received in this city yesterday morning, announcing the death of J. B. IIalbert, which occurred, at he resi dence of his father, near Columbus, Misa., on the 1st in.L This announcement will be r...

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

4 s prt) 00te;iftf; pools, Srjors, &r. (Etnrinnatu :Cran5j0rtatf0nj a 1 ft ! i 7 1 'RECEIVED Tms DAY BT EXPRESS, 1CJ" DOZ. Alexander's Kid Glove; " " "' AC VJ 10 dog. Extension 8. 8. Skirts, whiu tt evl'd, 10 cartons Ducals, new styles;. ..... .. 10 do. Moustin de Cbene; 13 do. New style Stella Shawl, lor early Spring; MO Pique Collar and Sleeve, new styles j Crape Collar and Sleeves, . do - J ?" " Breakfast Cap, T .-..,- i t do.; t ? ,,.r. Illusion Capes and Berthes, '" do. ; Our Mr. McNairy to now in the Eastern cities, and we will be getting New Goods every few day dm ing the season and solicit a call from our friends and tho pub lic generally B- C McNAIRY A-CO. marlO if R. C. McNairy &' Co., RECEIVED this day an elegant lot or new and desir able goods adapted to the present and approach iu season, consisting in part of the following articles: Elegant Bayadew Silks; " Chene Silk, . " Flounced do; " Double skirt do; " Side stripe do; - - " " PaoodatloUi "new. Fl do need -G...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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