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1 W. HY. E5HTE and IRA P. JOJTES, Editora,
Office No. 16, i t Deaderlck Street.
EOBEET HATTON, of Wilson.
F. K. ZOLLICOFFEE, of Davidjon.
A r COFF. '
JOSEPH L. KWIXG.
rot JOIST KEPREStlCTiTTVt,
II EMI Y MAXEY of DaTidkon.
The Operations of tlie Meant Fire De
partment. Tbe itraneri wbo witoppspd the exhibition of
the team fire department, in the Fifth street, last
Wednesday, naturally supposed, that the prompt
nets with which the engine arrived opon the
ground, and their speedy operation, wag such as
could not be expected on ordinary occasion. In
thia they were mistaken, as the following facts will
ihow : Yesterday afternoon we were sitting in our
office, when the central bell tapped an alarm. We
looked at our watch and noted the time. Tbe fire
was about two suarca southeast of the office, yet
tbe firft iotimation we had of it, came from the
watch-tower four squares northwest of a: We ran
to the fire, watch in hand. A two story frame build
ing on Reynolds street, was on fire. The upper
part of it was enveloped in flames, which rolled up
gainst the rear of a row of large bus-mess houses
fronting on Second street. Our opinion (and long
service as a cr?mber and officer of a volunteer com
pany attaches value to our judgment) was that the
row of business Louses could not possibly escape
serious damage. We knew that the nearest t-tea m
fire engine, (Washington No. 1,) was Ideated some
three squares from the tire, and we did not con
ceive it possible fur the machine to' get into opera
tion until thit Hock had been fired. The firemen,
however, were ahead of our calculations.
Id tight minut's from the time tb first tap of
the alarm was given the No. 1 was playing upon
the fire. This stream was quickly followed by oth
ers, and in a lew minutes more, or twelves minutes
from the sounding of the aUrm, the fire w.s con
quered 1 In less than five minutes later, several of
the companies had received orders to cease opera
ting, and not a flsme was to be seen about the
premises! The fire had hardly reached the lower
story of tbe building in which it oiiginated, and
the row of business houses adjo oing, received no
damage whatever, except a slight scorching of tbe
window frames and sashes. There was a fire rather
formidable in its appearance, thoroughly extin
guished in fifteen tniiiutet from the time the alarm
teas given I
The power of the steam fire engine was hand
somely demonstrated. When the No. 1, the engine
first in operation, commenced playing, the flames
were rolling upward in huge sheets, and the fire
roaring and cracking fearfully. One dash of the
powerful stream saved the row of business blocks,
the wood work of which seemed ready to burst
into flames. Another dash ol the monster jet,
chicked the ravages of the Fire King in the burn
ing builJing, another caused him to haul down his
colors, and another laid him prostrate a conquered
foe at tbe feet of his snorting enemy. Ve came
to the conclusion that it will not be many years be
fore conflagrations and insurance companies will be
known only as things of the past. Cin. Times,
From the Charleston Courier, Jane 10.
Governor Walker's Treuchery to the
Gov. Walker'a innugural address to the people
of Kansas while abounding in a vact deal of good
advice and sound doctriue in regard to eubmincion
to Uw and order, and even glowing with a love of
the Union, and strongly depicting its priceless
value and tbe wickedness and wo of its destruction,
has jet in it a little leaven, which leavens and cor
rupts the whole uiafF; and which displays the
cloven foot of treachery to the South. This
leaven is contained in the following small passage,
selected from several columns of matter:
"Iudei d, I cannot doubt that the Convention,
after having framed a State Constitution, will sub
mit it for ratification or rejection, by a majority of
the then actual bona JiJe resident settlers of Kan
sas. "With these views, well known to the President
and Cabinet, and approved by them, I accepted
tbe appointment of (Governor of Kansas. My
instructions from tbe President, through tbe Sec
retary of State, under date of 30th of March last,
sustain 'tbe regular legislature of tbe Territory'
in 'assembling a Convention to form a Constitution',
and they express the opinion of tbe President,
that 'when such a Constitution shall be submitted
to the people il the Territoiy, they must be protect
ed in the exercise ol their right of voting for or
against that instrument; and the fair expression of
tbe popular will must not be interrupted by fraud
"I repeat, then, as my clear conviction, that
unless a Convention submit the Constitution to the
vote of all the actual resident settlers of Kansus,
aiid tbe election be fairly and justly conducted,
the Constitution will be, andouLt to be, rejected
It appears, then that Gov. Walker shelters him
self under the concurrence, nay under the instruc
tions of President Buchanan, and, unless the lal
- ter shall disavow the sayings and doings of his ap
pointee, he too, will sund chargeable with infideli
ty to the South, that Sout'.i to which he ow s bis
elevatiou to the highest dignity on earth.
We regard Gov. Walk r's declaration of his
Conviction, "that the convention, after having
framed a Male Constitution, wt't submit it for rat
ification or rejection to a majority of tU then ac
tual bonafJe reUe:t settlers if Kansas" in an
rrogaut attempt to interfere witb and dictate the
action of that bod; and, if President Buchanan
h.t inJeed sat ctioned such a proceeding in advance,
Or aball subsequently approve it, his too will be
tba guilt of thai interference and dictatiou.
Gov. Walker'a functiou and business are merely
executive, . , to see that the laws of tbe Union
and of the Terrnory are faithfully executed; and
yet hia inaugural act is oue of assumption and
usurpation, an J neither more nor k-ea than an un
disguised and insolent attempt, not to advise a
mere legislative body, but to control the actiou of
the kUgust assembly, charged with the high duly
of fi.miug ths lunduiiieuial law of Kaua t e
Constitution, which is to fix her character and
destiny, as a Stale. Not content with ibis gross
invaaiou of right and propriety, he tiexl uuJer.
lakes to prescribe the course of Congress, ia the
premises, by expressing 7i clear conviction that
unless the Convention submit the Constitution to
ths vote of all tin actual resident n tt ers of Kansas,
and the election be lairly and juwly couducled,
THS Co.NSTITfTlON WILL BC, AND Ol.SU TO BI, Re
JECTtt) BT Uo.NGiUSH."
Gov. Walker, then, is either self-constituted, or
Presidentially appoint d, Dictator ol Kauaas he
dictates to tbe Couvention, aud be di.lataa to
Congress and he says that President Bucbauan
sanctions and backs biiu iu these monstrous in
trusions on the functions, aud outrages ou the
rights of bodies, iuvisted uot only with authority
far beyond his owu, but with rightful aud consti
tutional authority to act couclusivcly iu ihe pre
Oiises. He aafigts, too, a reason, historically false, for
Ms gross ueuiptiiou of pocr. It ia auuouuccU ia
"Coder our practice, the preliminary act of
framing a Slate Constitution, is uniformly per
formed through tbe instrumentality of s conven
tion of dt legates, choseu by the p.olj tucui
aelvea." Tbe general usafs of the States and Territories
of' tbe Uuion hts been, in boll) tbe lonuati.ni an J
a nen l'.ucnl of Constitutions, to act through con
veuliou?, aa final and not as preliminary IdJu'k,
aud the LjC that the uuge baa bceu ol lit de
parted from, in teveral or even numerous instance,
cannot justify his false predicate of uniformity iu
the practice he favors, which la, cleany ani lit-t-iiic.ilj,
the txtoptii'U and not the rule.
We are unfeigned! autpiiaed at tbe apathy of
the South iu tins mat t-r. it is a cjmg eiionutiv,
wbicb should rouse tbe inJi0utiou and Call turiti
tbe tiiuud.re of tbe Njutli.ru piers aud the Uwl0
catioi of the Southern people.
1no object in vkw tau.be roue other th.n to
ensure the nj -ction of a pro-lavrry conaiitultou,
aud put the scnden. y of the Kciuocraiic party
be y oud tbe leach of contingency, by di.aiuiiijg
tbe Black Republican of their b.avy ailill.-ry. It
if transparent, tuat, if theie wa. a pro p,ct of so
at.ti-SUvery Coutficutiou, en aoktoig irom the
coming Convention, no kuch du triua wowU have
been promulgated, no Uvh tn.h.ii.r jut iu re
quisition. ; A. Pact Woeti KkowinoUouh keepers boald
know bow that the season of pica and paddings ia
approaching iU& tilgv inordiuateiy d that the
acid ia rhubarb, end gooseberries aud current mtj
be ueutraliaed by puuiug a third tea-spo ;tiful of
oiala tbe fruit end ivLout affecUnj the flavor,
A lrsi quantity of sugar iu t0ta ,u,er l0
HOHDAT, JOHE 15, 1857.
THE DISCUSSION AT FAIETTEVILLE.
The Statesman of splendid Talents,"
unable to master the school-boy f in
debate resorts to force, aud finds bis
The candidates for Governor enokA at. Far.
ettsville Saturday. We learn that .t.A An,pri.
can candidate, the gallant "plooghboy" of
i-eun, sustained Lia cause admirably. Al
though in one of tie strongholds of his party,
vxcu. uarns ijnnd it impossible to stand op
under the vigorous blows of his competitor.
Driven almost to desperation, he sooght to
turn the tide of victory by making a personal
aspault upon him. In this style of warfare
he found the "cedar snag" his match also.
He made nothing by the encounter. We re
gret vtry much to have to record tLi gross
departure from the proprieties of theoccsion
this resort to brute foroe by the representa
tive of a great party, aspiriDg to administer the
laws of the commonwealth. It is the first oc
currence of the kind, we believe, that has hap
pened in the State. We hope it may be the
last. We take it to be an indication that Gen.
Ilarrishfls got enough of the canvass'and wish
es to break it cp. lie has been losing ground
daily 6i'nce he entered the field, and it might
be to his advantage to quit. Whatever be
does, we Lope the American standard-bearer
will go on to fill the appointments. He ac
cepted them although the illiberally of his
competitor would not consent to additional ap
pointments in West Tennessee at the in
stance of friends, and having done his cause
good service so far, let him, in any and all
events, have a hearing at the remainder. We
are gratified to know that this is his determi
nation, lie will be at Lis post at Winchester
The Democratic Candidnte for Governor
where are his gooA Work a?
The metropolitan organ of the "latter
day sainti" the sham democracy of Ten
nessee whilst indulging in a beatific reve
ry, under the influence, as we must suppose,
of a fragrant Havana, pronounced Gen.
Harris a "statesman of splendid talents and
"ripe experience, the peer in intellect of
"the first men of his country." Pause, rea
der, and reflect upon this language. Con
sider it, in all its bearings. We have had
great men in our day and generation; the
age we live in has been signalized by the
talents and genius of men whose names
"were not born to die." Pre-eminent
amongst them were a Caliioc.v, a Webster,
a Clay, a Legark, and a Prentiss, who
have "shuffled off this mortal coil" and left
their works to impress the generations that
follow them. Of these departed worthies
is Isham G. Harris "the peer in intellectl"
A mousing owl among the caglesl Since
Gen. Harris is so wonderful a man, the
people of Tennessee would like to know
where are the monuments of his genius!
Where the records of his great deeds!
Where the marks he has made upon the
annals of his country! Surely they are
somewhere to be 6een; and, without the
aid of microscope, may be detected by mor
tal eye! He has served in the Legislature
of this State, he has twice enjoyed the
privileges and prerogatives of a seat in Con
gress what great measure did he propose
in either body, and where are the speeches
with which he impressed thera upon the
minds of his compeers ? To all of these in
terrogatories, abashed Echo answers
"Where !" Is it possible that "wisdom,"
"sagacious, ready and comprehensive," sat
isfied itself with waiting upon the move
ments of others, and quietly following
where it should have led ? Even eo, it
seems. The legislative annals bear no evi
dence of its "sagacity" or "comprehensive
ness," or of its creative power. It sat
amid the columns of the Legislative cham
ber, like its representative among the bran
ches of the monarch of the forest, gloomy,
abstracted, blind. It did nothing except
utter in occasional screech, and betake it
self to its per diem and viileage ! This is the
sum and substance of the wondrous servi
ces of the wondrous "statesman of splendid
" talents and ripe experience, the peer in
" intellect of the first men of his country."
What an entertainment to invite the peo
ple of Tennessee to ? But we may wrong
the "statesman." We would not willingly
do so. If we have, and he has really done
something worthy of his "ripe experience"
and "splendid talents," let his frieuds point
it out, and we shall not refuse to herald it
to the readers of the Patriot.
8- The Union and Ameri:an talks
about high tariffs and old federalism. Be
ware, neighbor, you are treuditig on dan
gerous ground. Mr. Buchanan started out
in public life a bright and shining light of
the old federal party; and whilst in Con
gress voted for the high-tariffs of 1 824 and
1823. You ought not to stir up these un
pleasant reminiscences! Old Buck may
take it as personal.
B9uThere are now two democratic can
didates in the field against Gen. Zollicoffer
viz: Singleton and Quark's. Well, we.
"reckon" the General can beat two as easi
ly as he could one. By the way, we fear,
the shams are not doing the fair thing by
Singleton. His announcement has recent
ly disappeared mysteriously from the col
umns of the Union and American. This
looks as if "foul play" was intended. Jt
may be, however, that they have other
service to put the venerable old liner to.
Harris has un oU liuo whig to drive his
buggy; so has Atkins, their candidate for
Congress in the 9th district. Do thty
want Singleton to perform a I ke office' for
Quarles? We rather think, one who has
so many claims upon the party as Singleton,
will demur to any such allotment.
KiTitERFORD CoixTT. Dr. Richardson
has, we learn, from the Murfrejsboro' To'e
graph, already opened the canvas in Ruth
erford. His democratic competitor Las,
thus far, failed to meet him. What is the
matter? Has the ' invincible " Jack
Woods got lame already ; or does he en
tertain principles which he dare not ojn
ly avo. and discuss, before the jeop!e
whoso votes he seeks ? Alas I for the de
mocracy of Kuthcrford! Clothe yourselves,
good folks, iu fcu.-k cloth aud ashes I
vr. 5m. II, MofTott, cf fJar lonborj, V ha
racalved the appointtbrnt of Surgeon and Gi-ologist
to the United states Artesian Well EipeditLn
uoir Ecjocar l'ope.
Our City-JVeir Rntldinge Prejected.and
In process of Construction.
The heaps of rubbish and building materials in
the streets, indicate more building going on in Nash
ville now, than ever at any time before. Around
Market Square, and in early all tbe business streets,
costly etores and warehouses are being construct
ed, while throtigh tbe city in every direction, and
in the suburbs, residences of all classes are going
up. We give a list of eome of them, on which work
is already, or will soon be commenced:
The foundation for the new Court House, to be
erected on the site of tbe old one, is about comple
ted, and workmen have commenced the superstruc
ture. The building will be 118 feet by 76, and 65
feet high, and will Lave an Eastern and Western
front, each relieved by an Ionic Portico in tttra
stjle. Eac'i front will, we are told, be surmount
ed by a cornice and pediment of wood. The base
ment and first story will be of stone, brick andiron,
fire proof, but pot so the rest of the superstruc
ture. The wor.-hipful County Court of Davidson do
not understand themselves as they ought, or they
would construct this Court-bouse entirely fire-proof-Their
f.icc'ed security to valuable books and pa
pers, may in a short hour turn to a heap of ruins,
I ke those they now are building over. Tbe new
building will be considerably larger than the oil
one, and w 11 be more convenient than its predeces
sor. It is from a detign by Mr. F. W. Strickland,
and will cost, we learn, about $5 0,000.
The Southern Methodist PublUhiug Company we
are informed, purpose building, probably the ensu
ing summer, a large and splendid structure on the
site of their present Book Store, on Market Square.
Not having seen either the plans or elevation of
this proposed building, we cannot speak more defi
nitely. Mr. W. S. Whiteman, our very necessary and en
tf rprising paper manufacturer, will, we are told, soon
commence taking down the buildings Nos. 52 and
63, adjoining the Methodist Publishing Ilouse, and
erect in their t lace two fine stores that thall be or
naments to the city.
On the Eiteof the old "Nashville Inn," a mag
nificent I lock of wholesale warehouses are being
constructed, to be called the Nashville Inn Block;
a name we think chosen without proper regard
for euphony. First among them is the house for
Mews. Holans & Co., wholesale boot and shoe deal
ers. This is an elegant store, 25 feet front by 190,
and four stories high. The front iu Lighly ornate
with enrichments, and surmounted by a cornice and
pediment of wood. The material of the front is
brick, each story being relieved by a suing course
of stone, and the angles by chamfered stone quoins.
This building is after a design of Mr. II. M. Ake-
royd, architect, and will cost 115,000.
West of, and adjoining Hollins & Co., Messrs.
Bransford & McWhirter, Gardner, Shepherd & Co.,
and Messrs. Evans & Co., are putting up magnifi
cent houses for the wholesale dry goods trade, each
of a different style and material. The house for
Messrs. Bransford & McWhirter is 25 feet front by
190, and will go five stories. Front of brick, with
trimmings of iron. It will have its angles relieved
with chamfered quoins, and will, we learn, be sur-
mouuted by a cornice and blocking course of iron
Beside its decorated neighbor, it promises to be
verv plain, but at the same time substantial. It
will cost we are informed $20,000.
Tbe front of the building for Messrs. Gardner,
Shepherd & Co., will be entirely of stone, sive the
cornice and pediment, which will be of iron. The
stone they are uing h a gray fosilliferous lime
stone, like that used in the construction of the Cap
itol. It hris 30 feet front, runs back 190 feet, and
will be five stories in height. We are glad to see
some of our building men using this beautiful stone
for their houses. For fronts, there is no marble
that can approach it in beauty of color. It is a shade
between the harsh granite and glaring white mar
ble, a color much sought for by all the celebrated
Architects. It makes an imposing front. This
hou-e will cost $22,000, and is from a design by Mr.
A. Lleiman, architect.
Adjoining the above house, and on the corner of
North Market Street, with a front of 80 feet, and
190 feet in depth, is being erected by Messrs. Evana
Si Co., a magnificent store, five stories Ligh of gray
limestone. Tbe front is rusticated, and will, we
learo, be surmounted by a cornice and pediment of
iron. The windows of the front, as well as those
ou Market the street flank, will be shaded by iron
hoods of a tasty pattern. This house is designed by
Mr. James IJughes, architect, and will cost f 30,000.
This is the last of the new block goio up on the
site of the "Old Inn."
Not discouraged by tbe double disaster to their
house, the Messrs. Douglas are putting up on the
place of their former store, a large and splendid
building fcr the wholesale dry goods business; which
from the plans and elevation shown us, we judge
will bj not only the most convenient dry goods
warehouse, but will also be one of the ornaments of
the citj. It will be four stories high, 6 feet
frout, and will run back 125 feet to a private alley ;
over wbicb, and by the second 9tory of their main
building, the Messrs. Doug'as will connect with an
ell-building, fronting North Market street 6(i feet,
and running back 105 feet, giving thera by thiacon
nection the largest dry goods warehouse in the city.
The front of both these houses will be of brick,
laid so as to form the ornaments of the fscade, hav
ing chamfered quoiued angles, and will be eu'j
mjuuted by cornices and pediments: the one o(
iron, and the other of woo 1. Tbe entire third and
fourth stories of the builJing on Market Street are
detdned for a grand lecture and exhibition room.
We wish succesj to thu praiseworthy enterprise.
The frout on Market Square will be ornamented
with iron window tti nmings, designed andeiecuud
by Mr. T. M. Brennau, 37. South CollegeSt. Both
houses are from designs of Mr. J. C. Hoxie, of Phil
adelphia. Tbe example of these brick (routs, will,
we believe, inaugurate a new era in brick making
and laying in this city. They will cost $50,000.
We are pleased to bear, that on the now vacant
lot adjoiuing the Messrs. Douglas, it is the purpose
of our enterprising citiz -n, II. G. Scovtl, soon to
erect a maguificent marbtd structure, entirely fire
proof, to be occupied as a wholesale Drug House,
ai.d to cost 1 10,000. It will have a front of 30
feet, and run back 125 feet, fivetoriea high. Tbe
interior we are informed, will be executed after the
designs of the celebrated fire-proof houe of the
Messrs. Harpers at New York, ani out of Tennes
see materials entire. The buildings now going up
here together with thos3 fine structures of Messrs.
Morgan & Co., Ewing, El list on an J Evans & Co., al
ready completed, will give to the North side of
Market Square a very imposing and grand appear
ance. We learo that the Messrs. Etkins also' purpose
erecting during the couing year, a magnificent
wholesale Dfy Goods warehouse, on their present
The frame bu'l lins Noa. 1, 2 and 3, oh the
South-east corner of Market Squire, lately occupied
by John Flynn and "The Gem," before the days of
lager bier saloons, have come down, and given
place to the masons who have neatly got ready the
foundations for two splonJU structures. Both cf
these buil iing, after the sime designs, will be 5
f el front by 100 in depth, aoj fiva stories high, to
coot f 30,000. The adjiiiting bouses, Nos. 41 and
4S, Front street, will, we learn, soon be taken
don, to give place to two fi ia building, the four
upper stories of which wilt beadditiona to the above.
We o learo, that the two houses on the East side
of North Market street, opposite to 41 and 43,
Front street, will probably soon be replaced by two
Que budding, after the same design aa thus of
Noa. 1, 2, and 8, Mtiket Square. Tua front of all
these will be of brick bigMy oroam nted la wood,
aud surmounted ty cornices and pedimert of
wood Mr. II. If. Ackeroyd, ervbii'ct for Enoch
Entley, E-q Tba eotttnaied coat of these budd
ings ie 150,000.
The house No 4, Market Square, cow occupied
by Cocke, Bailey 4 Co., wholes! buot and shoe deal
rrs, it ia intended, will come away toon, to be te
placrd by a splendid building 20 feet by 100, for
Mr. IL II. Broikway, af.er fie same drains as the
bouavs 0 going tip for Mr. Easier. U wu! cot
aboul tlfl.OOO. T-i bouae, together wi:h tloe
of Mr. Eualey, when completed will show a facade
of 10 fol fro-Ugc, and loj ia height. If we scar
judge from the designs for detail-", and the eleva- '
tion as shown at the last Mechanic's Fair, this will
be the finest facade ia the city.
The additions liter made to the south cad of
the Market-hotise, by the City Council, greatly im
prove the old victualler. When the north end shall
have t been improved ia the same way, and the
intended Michahic's Hall raised .up over the
main building, we think we shall begin to be better
satisfied with the old eye-sore tfiat bas for years
lumbered the only public square we bare, and given
Nashvfile a name among cities for having no archi
tectural taste. The proposed and completed im
provements, will give to the Mechanic's Institute,
and to Fire Companies Nos. 1 and 3, large and com
modious rooms suited to their want?; and also to
the City Council, Recorder and other mnuicipal offi
cers, more room for their respective duties. Tbe
costs of the improvements upon the two ends of
ibisbouse, we are toll, will be about $30,000. Con
sidering the great change these improvements will
work in the public taste, they are cheap. We hope
the two ends of the-e additions, will either be plas
tered like tbe South front, or paii.led some proper
color. As they are, nothing can be eglier . If the
Mechanic's Institute will allow a suggestion, we
wil! make one, that instead of building over the
old Market-house at a great expense, and bold only
as lessee, why not effer a good price for, and buy
that foolisldy called builJing, Norvell's Folly, on
Broad street? With some alterations inside, and
paint outside, they could make a comfortable and
commodious Hall, suited to their wishes.
It bas been ia contemplation we learn, to put up
on the lots opposite F. Sloan's Carriage Manufacto
ry, a ltrge and elegant Hotel, that shall have a
frontage on Market street of near 200 feet, and
shall run through to Front street, a distance of
about 250 feet. We wUh such enterprises good
But we have said enough for to day. We will
continue the-subject tc-morrow.
Tbe Discussion at Pulaski.
Pclasei, June 12, 18J7.
Editors Nashville Patriot. c?enrs : Tester
day was the time agreed upon by the gubernatorial
candidates to address our people. Bob Uatton led
off, and made a magnificent speech. It was logic
al, forcible and eloquent, and many pronounce it
equal if not superior to any speech delivered here
for a long time past. It was a great effort. Gen
Harris, so far from answering bis arguments, did
not even attempt it, but dodged almost every hue
presented Mm. Instead of meeting Hatton's posi
tions and combatting them, he raised entirely dif-
ferent questions, and argued them with as much ve
hemence, as if be had been really fighting ques
tions tendered him by his antagonist. One exam
pie will serve to illustrate. Uatton adduced his
vote on tbe swamp lands of Arkansas, to show that
be was himself committed under oath to tbe consti
tutionality of giving away the public lands; and,
after making a lame and feeble effort to prove that
he did not vote to give but to sell those lands to Ar
kansas, he went off into an argument to show that
the policy of giving these lands away was correct.
and that bis vote had benefitted the country. Hi
speech is able when considered as an artlul dodge
of positions which he cannot meet, but there is
nothing sound, logical or statesminlike in it.
He took tbe position, (not willingly, for it was
drawn out by a catechizing as pointed and clcse as
any school master ever subjected a pupil to) that
the States of this Union have an unlimited right to
put any human being to voting, whether a child
four years old, a woman, an alien or a negro, free
or slave. Uatton a.-ked him if the State of Ten
nessee could send bn negro boy Ben to the polls
to vote side by side with himself. His reply was
that the power was absolutely unlimited. Well
then, Bai 1 Uatton, that includes ''Ben," does it?
He replied in ttw affirmative. It includes also the
subject of a foreign prince or potentate who may
chance to be in our country for a few weeks or
months. To this question the same reply was giv
en. So that New York cpuld, if she chose so to
do, put all her free negroes and her immense tran
sient and alien population to voting against us in
the election of President and Congressmen, and
we would have the singular and startling anomaly
of a race being at once in absolute slavery, aud at
the same time the rulers of the country, aud, what
ia more stirtliug still, we would witness the novel
spectacle of a nation being governed in psrt at
least by the citizens of other governments. Where
will democracy lead us to ? Iu conclusion, I have
only to 8iy that our people were delighted with
Uatton. He made a most decided impression here,
and we claim a glorious victory in the di.-cussi jii.
Last eveniug a large Dumber of our young men,
(the young men are all for Bob) called upon him
at bis hotel. They demanded a speech, but in
stead of addiessing them, he invited them in that
be might become personally acquainted with them.
The large public parlor of the hotel was soon filled
and an hour spent in jovial conversation aud meiry
laughter. Every one departed as much pleased
with tbe fine social qualities of Col. II. as they bad
been charmed with Lis splendid oratory. We are
of the opinion herd that he is going to be elected.
Let every man do bis duty and we can and will
achieve a glorious triumph.
CMoN, No. . Me" bes are heredy no-
titled to attend an adjourned Meetio t MONDAY EVENING,
June 1ft. Punctual attendance t requested.
June 15. H. C. McLAUGHlIV, gee'ry.
t'Olt LOllSVILLi: AMU I.MCI.,VA TI.
'IMIF. fine and commodious steamer,, , , l
L SWALLOW, ALx. "satiaa, aySwV! .1
Mtster, will leave this dny. MONDAY m.SSf n iiTBMMf
loth insL, at fto'c'ock, P. M , for the above and all inter
mediate landings. Having tuperior accommodations.
Fur freight or passage ap(l on board, or to
JuutlS. 11. H. HAttKlriON, Agent
CUE A TJIA M COUNTY, TESSESSEE.
fl'lllj popular and favorite reort is now open for the
X. reception ol visitor. We have the services of the be-i
servan's and tho who have. had much expeiienre (n t' eir
several duties. The pleatnre-seeker and the invalid each
shall have every attention they may requite; suthce,Durh
cure 1H be takm to te der th a season the rararnn. 1 he
suierior medical ropertiea.wtikh mark the white, Ulaca,
and Urev fulpt.ur hiring , and Sulphur and Chalybeate
Plring are rreogn s d by tho-e who have Ml their brce
flnal influence. We have engaged the celebrated Cotillon
Paver, Jordan, ana his Band, from Nahvtl!e. t ur ni
mbus will leave the ftevanee House Tuesday, Thuts Jays,
and faturdaye tor the Bering,
juuellos. KRUDr.lt 4 JONES.
IF you wish to sell your Grain, pat It In gnot shipping
onler. Gram fr shipment oner the Nashville and
Che'iaucora Railroad will only b- received In new Gunny
Bag, or li nw Osnaba'g Macks, of go. d quality, we. I
ewrtl, and made to contain about to bushels cct.
Special notice is given that Grain in I ew do uee.ic sacks,
or In second-hand sa ki of any kind, wi I not be received
aid torvarJed. aatbey are InsaiBcieot to bear handing
aud protect eontrnis. beside, d sacks are efien twice
and Urb3 eaark.-d, an 1 ca tee mlscons ganenta and lots.
1 he shipping mark and destiQAUoa tausi oe pi un on each
sect. U. 1. ANlkBt)l,
IfASTED losoiedlately two good plain workmen, to
VV wi.om steady work, and good will tie gnen.
Apply to hPlUGlS 4 TAYLOK,
Palmers, Cramers, o .,
Jnne 1 i-dtw. Address P. O. Mot U
WHITS SILK E05SZT3 BT EXPRESS.
RECEIVED this morning by Eipret a tot of Wnite S''k
Bonnets, of the very latet styles and beaau.l ma
Ale, t eaaee of elegant snail Og'd French Jteoaetts,
with SV4 pes White Mitasucto Ne'tmg. Our ato k of r0'
ta e eneral It eel. assorted, aa J aUi be clred to My-eAixCs
tmlm at tow prtoea.
JoseS. aV IRBY MORGAX A CO.
&E5IS LSD LEASE AT ACCTIOM.
03 Baturdav, the t0:h Jobs next, I will let b pobbeatK
liea, te the Ikigneet bid ier, all the eSeca, rovau, I no
ex eu and varan I grour.d, aljo-B'. to i h aw Post OSwa,
Chorea and Cherry its. Th e ,eopTti sr.l I be trt aa It
Is fur tee years, payable ejtar .arU. w.in epp oti ssv-antj
la Btnk. , ft. sL GLA0 t K, Anl,
June to-td. :, Cherry .
B. . aticeLST. a. a, aascaui
KIM CI I LEY & SANCIIKZ,
rrcduce end Commission Merchant?,
AMD SEALE&i IS
CORN, WHEAT, BACON, FLOUR,
OATS. HAY, &.C.,
so. 7 Warren IJIock, Aitguita. (.a.
fey" Partiealar atUsUo give to the tale ef ail eoa.
elgesaeat. oyt Isa
S II HIT BOm. We have ,e M ,
ed. rKSu y K1 J. U. M.-GiLL-tJ
Bt OX. Tbe 4riie4 U paying feuh- martel
prise tot veil eiuesl eUivit. v. it. tUCAt Y,
e e.a 1 1,
LIST OF LETTEE3'
EEWAINrsO nne.ned for in tbe Post Office at Kaah
ville, Jcne 15, lo57:
Allifon, MLm Dick
Andertoa, Mrs W
Alexander. Mr V L
Allen, Miss Elenor
Allon, Mrs rrancis 1
Anderson, Mr HP '
Alvuon, Uisi Dora
Bron, Mr L O
Barret. Miss M
Blunt, Mrs 8 A
Branch, Miss M
Fishop, Mrs M J
Blake, Miss Andrewetta
Beow'ey, Mrs F
Baer, Mm E .V
Barnes Miss Elenor
Kond,)lni M a
B'aoks, Miss Fanny
crown, airs Lucy A
Collins, Mrs EmiliDe
Clojd, Miss Amanda
Campbell, Mis M A
Cloloan, Mrs M E
Cn,pfceII, f E
Can right, Mrs Ma-tha
Cbadwtll. Mi s 8 I
Campbell, Mrs Sarah
CrowW, Miss Mary,
Cabler, Eliza A I
Crandill, Mi Mary
Campbell, Louisiana M
Carr, Miss Jane
Campbell, Mrs E A
coplev, Mrs Manda
Caa.pt li, laairda
Caruthus, Mrs E K
Davidson, Miss Ellnbelh
Davis, Mrs E a
Davis Mr Tennessee
Dix, Mis M Priwilla
Dixon, El iibeth t
Dobson, Miss Martha
Duncan, MUs biixabeth
Dwjer, Missd O
uean, Miss Julia
Dickin,Mi.is Mary A
Evans, Mrs Margaret
Fannnry.Mrs E J
Frankl n, Miss Lelm
F reman, Mi;s H
Fields Miss L J
Farmer, Miss A J
Guthrie, Mi;s A
Goodwin, Mis Marj E
G!eave,Mrs Ruth d
Graham. Mrs Margiret
G Uzel.Hiss E J
(ikavee, Mrs S
I'BV, miss Mahala
Green, Miss Virg nia
Graver, Mrs Helm C
Huntington, Mrs A M
Hay. Miss Ann
HifthiS, Mrs Helm M
Hanner, Mrs tliza
Hotlman, Miss Louisa
bali, Miss Elnora
Kin?, Mis Mary L
Kinb'5burry, Mrs Jsne O
Johnson, Mrs Vary L
Jone-, Mrs JVlix
Jones, Mrs ffr
Lanier, Miss L 0
Lightfoot, viss Kebecca
Leslie, Mi 8 George
Love, Miss Matiie
Hughs, Mrs E H
liaonp. Miss C B
P.ardiog, Caroline F
Hurt, Mrs Mary A
Eincaid, Miss L;sa
Jne, Miss 9 8
Jutns, Mrs J E
Jsmes, Miss Lillia
Lewis. Miss Mary
Lewis, Ills Amanda
McLean, Mrs Temperance 0
McCree. Miss Annie
McKea, Miss A E
McCoiluuph, Mi-s ElJxabeth
Marshall, SI is M E
Moore, Mn J no
Miller, Miss M R
M Hire, Mrs M ittie
Miller, M.ss Marv
Moore, Mis Addie
Morgan, Miss Jul, a A
M.li-s Mian J A
Marshall, Mias M
Odell, Mrs Harriet
Nichols, Miss Julia
Rains, Mis Mattie
Kohbert" Miss Eliia
Revel, Mrs E C
Scrivner, Mrs Jsne
fharpe. Mrs G G
Siere, Mi-J Sallie
Shepherd, Mrs ThOT.es
Thornton, Mrs J
Thomas, Mrs Catherine
Wi'hcomb, Mrs tlanner
Williams. Miss Louis i
Wilibone, Mrs Kebecca
Wet,Mis Nannie E
Williams, Mist Ann E
Winlock, Mis Fallie R
W ley, Mm Po ly
Winn, Miss Mvcha
WilliMriC il N
Wi liaius. Miit L
agoner, Mrs Mary E
Napper, Miss Mellie
Niilinenwtl, Mi.-a Mary L
Rtslean, Mrs Elix ibeth
Pattersnn, MUs Eliza
P4e, Mrs E
Ptebbins. Mrs Martha
steward, Mri Marv
Pt.aine, Miss Ann E
Talley, Misn H O
TLornhill, Miss Jotephlne
Wilson, Miss Anna
W halv.Mrs K P
Whiiting'on, Mrs Nathl
Woollin, Miss Mary
White, M ss Sallie
White, M ics Kachel
White, Miss E:iiare;h
Wilson, Miss Ann ft
Williamson, Mrs Ann T
Achpy.PII Allen, Martin Archib.ill. John
Aif.-n, Martin Anhur, 11 W A n s rong KO
Allen, M Anthony, Jno W Atkison, M 11
Barry, Tl os W
Baker, Ab jib.
Ka,irr, F 11
Baker, J K
Itarnes, Juhn W
Badueky, W C
Bear, T L
Belliie, W C
Berry, Samuel S
Ihesrannes, F O
ilirk. W W
Clark, F B
Dawson. DrB F
Davis, T J
Davis, J O
Deeiiz, J hn
trwm, K M
Fere. I, W
Kiber,J G 2
Fietclicr, Dr JS
Hale, G R
Hawks, C H
tlancock, D J
Hannah, A V
Hirriss 11 M
Hall a Martin
Jeunings, J M 9
Jouuson, G M
K ;rwiu, M
Kelly, James 9
Lawson Jas 8
I auip: ead, S E
Lne, H f
I ak.u.ll C
Laurent, t L
IxvetuiiW, Jdo K
M.trcum, L C
Martin, K F
M rrow, VV
Mrtiu, D' J D
MarhU, J It
Manrur, J W
M alone, K H
MaHio. S J
M.:A is'.er, B D
McCarty, W W
M -Cain. J
Bla r, W P
lllaDkiuihip, W 8 Brannen, J H
Button, B F
Boh er, Herman
Ba Us W
Brown, J W
Bradlurd, W H
Brodi', lr O A
Bird, A J,
Brad ord, J 0
Burnley, A K
Byers, .- A
Condon, J W
Cobb, J LI
Coiirey, Rev J D
Couch, M J
Denhona, J A
Cotton, G P
Crtedon, B J
CraiK. A R
Tlcksnn, R A
I'orry, O E
DeHaro Gooatree Dunu, A
Cightman, A Drouilon, Ell
Elliott A Cobble
liarvey, J G
Hall, U W
Ilearv, Js M
H II, J .scpli
Hite, W il.iam
11 nton, K
Jones, 0 M
Johnson, J K
Johusou, J W
Kii g, J as
Kenney, T H
King, A O
l eow, I has
Lewis, W W
1 ewis, T B
Lea, a J
Lester, 11 P
Levy. M J
Ltli, ' M
Gold en, Thos
Oouid, WE 9
Grave.-, GO 9
nut, II A Co 9
Hoilau , L
Ut Hand, (ieo
Hob-on, Tn maa
Hunt, J It
U aienciaft, Jas
llUtlson, Joel 9
Jones, M F
Joiiuson, W M
Jou'ii, J L
Jouat.us, C1I 9
Kue- lind, Gen.
L'lf er, F
Lone, paiul E
lA. .k, E O
Lords, Wm 8
Lowuxburg, A S
Liucke, J 8
M' rnsuu, John
Mexenstein, Lewis M-s, A
M ritt, Tlios J Morris, J
M ha, G F
oores, E A
Ma to, W A
Mei er. G U
Minor. H V
MrDonough, II II
Mcintosh, D J
No-thcut, O A
Nor sou, VV G
O KrUey. B
Os.cn, B F
Posey J R
Porter. 1. y
Price. T VV
Pucsetl, C W
R.iwe, C C
by man, F
Smith, Joe J 9
Mrpuens, AG 9
ruveos, U W
tli daot, J L
bt eat, J M
bUrk, U O
hugard, li C
8uudaroie d, J
Triton y-ia, Jaa f
Toovy , O
Irea.eeil, R A
T ItJiaa, 4 II J
WtUuuis O L
Vaiitaina, N A
U W f
ul.em.on, J H
W .iliAjua J H
Mmi'g mery, R O
Myer, 1 O
Mc Reynolds, 8
Mcltrtuo as, J M
Nel cy, a D
Niaou, J 11
tl'gaiu, U 8
U.iph tUt, J N
U Uilry, R
Pari b, W
Pay ue I' has
P.e ud.M E 1
PaUern. J T I
Perdue, 11 it
Reed, James C
K-guin, C 9
Rcluy, Geo L
S idler, Wu
-aa or.i, W H
a uusun, J t
.- nmer. H
'icui, W K
hiu.aa C U
Taylor, J T
1 at tor, li
Tsalry.J B 9
T ylor, 11
rJ, U M
Vandever, W !f
V skujue, XI J
Warrea, U J
v !, T U !
Noi r , S W
O'Brien, J T
O Bik-u, J
Prcantcll. F D
Perrtiie, T J
I'uteas F &
Pile, lU ary
Robertson, W II 9
K..CUS, t W
Ki6vtL n, A J
xUihots. J W
euuatooe, j B
fciuipsoo, Win H 9
riapMii, A I
feia)sKn, U B
Tj Use, J D
losupsina, J 1!
Tsnpelt. J A
Vaisicsir, Uulos At Ca
Wr- er, K C
W hit, t W
While, H Q
k twit l
W hit.. J H
York, Joe B
FT All Utters advrud are st jsel ta aaeatiaeharge
1 1? rrseles.!:;n.f. ,.iK.. I. n .
JtelJ. m m ASbttidS. t. If
PRINTER'S INK. Print-
ers tn want of a superior article of Sews ana
Boot Ink, can find a supply at the Patriot urnce, .or
cheap for cash. apra pun a. tir
SODA FOUNTAIN, AT
Kn as. on CierrT street, ts ail ready for
apr4 ' .
rc RAGS. I will pay 3 J cents
LLl Cash for good Cotton and Linen C;7
liveTedatmy Rag BJo'e on tb . Hons . cv.,v...
Square. Woolen ana ci. - - g;-wHiTEMA5.
TO PRINTERS. we have
i Snrr Koval Press, nearly new and
" P-."h - wm 'Un CAMP CO.
HAGAN & BROs,
Book Sellers and Stationers,
IVo. CO Market .&lo. GlUnion'St.,
YANKEE NOTIONS FOR JUNE-
The best lemedy for a du l hour, just received by
june!2. HAG AS
Frank Leslie's Gxet!e of Fashion, for June, jost received
by june3 HAG AN A EKO.
(OI STl'llFEIT DETECTORS.
White A Thompson's DeUeUrs lor June, jut received
by HAGAN A BRO
jnne P. Cn:on and Market its.
1 1 OO I I II FHI'IT BOOK.
Hooper Western Fruit Eookjust receivel by
June 3. HAGAN A BRO.
A general assortment in store, for sale by
jnne R. HAGAN A BRO.
THE IIFE CF CHAHLOTTE BROTE, anthor of Jane
Eyre, Ac. By E. C. Gaskell. 2vols.,cl.
ADAM GRAf M', OF MAF?t-RAT. A Novel bv BIrt.
Oliphant, au'.horof Zaidee Ac. lvoI ,12mo.
AN AMERICAN MERCHANT IN ErROPE, A?IA AND
AUSTRALIA: A ?erii s of letters by Geo. F. Train, with an
Introduction by Freeman Hunt, A. M. 1 vo, 12mo.
LOTE3 OF PARTS. Illustrated. By Fugene Sue.
MYSTtlHES OF LONDON. By Eeynolds.
PORDER ROVFR. By Emmerson Bennett. Another
supply just received by
mav23 HAGAN A BRO.
NEW VELLUM PAPER COPYING BOOK.
TH IS Pcok will be found to poes g eat advantages over
the old style, from the par1-, being both thick, and
strong, and tci'K not tetr vhen dampeni-d. It takes a
most perfect ltr reSfirn, snd Its puges will be as conven
ient to refer to as these of an ordinary Day Bk. When
once in use, its great superiority wil: be apparent, both for
Coping Le'ters, Accounts, Currents, Mantftsts and other
Documents. For sale by
J,,nel. BO CHARLES W. SMITH.
THE TFSTIMONT OF THE ROCKS Hugh Miller.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL SKETCHES Ma-
AVIKUICANS IN JAPAN by Robert Thomas.
ARCTIC ADVENTURES BY SEA AND LAND Sargent.
HANSFORD A Tale of Bacon's Rebellion.
THE DAYS OF MY LIFE An Autobiography.
TWO YEARs AGO by Rev. Charles Kingsley.
THE OLIVE BRANCH; OR, WHITE OAK FARM.
G ACT GURLEY;OR, THS TRAPPERS OF CM B AGOG,
DOCTOR ANTONIO, A TALE OP ITALY by KulBai.
GRACIE AMBER by C. W. Dennison.
ISABEL The Yonng Wife and the Old Love.
LE0NI DI MONOTA, AND OTHER POEMS,
Jut received by
Mav2, GAB. CHARLES W. SMITH.
I3L 33 "3tT
GEOLOGY OF THE GLOHE:
Designed to (how that the pre-ent Geographical, ny-
drogrsi hical, and Geological structures, ohs rved on the
earth's crust, were the result of forc-, acting according
to fixe', demonstrative laws, analogous to those govern
ing the development of orean e holies. By Richard
Ovis, M. D., Professor of Geology a.id Chemistry In tha
University of Nashvillj. The sum of trWum ia to knoie
the laws by which the nulverse is g ern-d; the sum
virtue is to ottey them. Illustrated by Maps nnl Diagrams
For sale by :nayll CIIA8. W. SUIT1!
1 AM expecting daily a upply of Onion Seeds, Water
1 Melon, Nutmeg aud
Can'elope Seeds, and a choice
variety o: Flower ieeds.
Send in orders early,
. S WFIIFR
I Ltll H, ILOI It.
Crtrt BBLSand .HV) bars of Etfa Family Flour, In
UVJXJ store and for a sle at QMCtv a MKAl) .-s.
No. 11 tloith CollerA stieet.
"1 rC BUSHELS Prime PoUtoes in store and 'or sale
yjf by y' UK A MKAD,
icay'iH r-o li soutn i ollrge st
.i'SVocs for Sale.
T HAVE a goo' lot of NR1ROES on hand, among them
there are sevenl goo cooks, a eooil b ae smith, good
biick mason, several good u-nilles, all of which I am anx
ious to sell, and will set them low.
mnyT.i R W. P IRTKK.
In store and bing received for sa'e by
Xo. 73 Xorth Market Street, a fete sty leloxe th
"Old XashvilU Innn Lot.
'T'HF. stock Is composed r f the mo-t extensive and bean
1 ti'ul assortment of ttritih, French. Ind a and American
Pry Goods, and is rendered cofplte by the a dition of a
thousand pcsa?es of Hoots. Brogans, Shoes, Hats, Bonta
nets, Ac , all of which have been purchased a low as money
could Hit them, and will be sold as low as they can be sold
v avl.' 3n
BY THEIR FRUITS SHALL YE KNOW THEM!
OLD FIRMS AND NEW FIRMS !
HAVE YOU A HERRING SAFE?
Ituy- before il too I. ate? I
NEARLY A D '7."N FIRM A DAT ARE OOCCRRINa
TilRJCGHOLT HIB UMTED fTATEJ.
JT MA Y BIT YOUR TVR .V St. XT!
TRIUMPH OF HERRING S SAFES
Great Fire at l.vehh'irg. Vira-inia, Jsnoa-v 8; Saved
Book-, Papers and Money J. II. Th inpon 4 Co.
tire at Fire at Les y, York, J inuary 13. Saved Boots.
Pat ers and Money J. M, F in mtn
Fire at Si'nshnrv, t onnes-real, February a.; Saved Books;
Paoers anl M iney Hacoi A I ro(hrs.
Fuiton tret rire, Nesr Vork, F-bruarv 10; Saved Books.
Pao-rs aid Money J. M. Fsirohild 4 C.
Fire at Hit.-c "irt co'intv, sirfinia, February 28: Saved
Eooks. PatM-r-an 1 Money Jones A Mavs.
Fire in Hnrv Street, N isr Yors, March iO. Saved Books.
Papers and Motev jrnt,,,, n Ihnu-he't T.
lire-t t re in M loiie, March 21, ?afcd Boks, Papersaod
Moner W. M. P.eaisnt.
Oieat Fi'e in Ka-ton. Pennsylvania; Saved Books, Pa
pers an i Monev K. A W, K ler.
dreit r.re at rertarg. vrg nia. Mas il; Saved Books.
Papers and Monev Fa eonur. Plummet A i"o.
Fiie at Mon t Br; I es. Ca la, J jl 3: .aV'd Books, Pa
per anil Monev J W. Kmerson.
liurnmg ol MrctT'i M.lls, Hro 'klrB, Ootooer II; ravel
Bo k. P ips-m an I Mone liecker A Hro'h-r
Ti e stbsenhers ar. th. oalv pers ms In thisStl an-
trolled to sell HEKRING'S PATEN T CH tM !'IUN .HtFM,
ssrr n.trd to resiit more Ore thsn anv tVr sfes now In
use. icits.in aj nii.siii,
June 1, II t'o.ieire st., Ntshville.
T)Y v rtue of to etfcitions in favor of Alev Ledbetter
I) aeamsi James Tarp ev, I will on Kittiardsir the)
T Its of J utics at tte Court hou.e well, hi the eity of
Nahv.l e, a'. 1 1 oVlo k, erose to pub ic sue, to the b gh
esi bidder, (or rash, a oe-ro foirni nsmtd Julia, aged
about S5 yea", ai-o a goo I eook and washer, and levtesl on
as the property of said fsrpley.to sttisfv sad exeeolious
S uil uer. ran be a ai any bine unul the day of sale at
lino Ice ol Mm. V. bojd.
Ja. .-tl. THOMAS HOBttlN, C D. O.
CRAIGHEAD & Co.,
29 I'ublic qustrr.
TAMF9 B. OlAKslIEAD having ixtrehaael the eeUreln
sl tere.t ef Mr. W . . MiNt.lllN.ia the bu4oese of
Cia gva I A Mm tin, Is alone authorised o es the name
J ths 'ate Brm in lirnil.ti.n, and will ro-ifme the besi
nwa st the old stand, N. iH Pabile lhuare, wader the tttie
Kxtrii Ftiuilr Lard.
I1.' I are putting op In q i.rter and half barrels aa
' V Uent aruc e j a niif Lard, wntcb we will sel: lew
t x c ut . t'oosumrrs eaa save sosaething by pnrhae e of
as. ntl-! WO.ir.H A t o
il l llo.1 r CltVCLUlL!!,
B LAMEll &, CO.,
UTE w-II effr H freet .f ear Wsre bowse e Taswday,
June , al lw e'ttick, tor Cash, a karge stock ef
Freeh broccne , ia:
tVAheds sss-l graK-eSugu", 'I) k'te Nesrsea'a thribJJe
lebMsS. F. do disul'et Whusej;
lit ies D.ref. s)o tS bets Mods.se.;
10 r b. p-'W lerel Co ft-m kegs Neil i as Girted;
s bg t.r.rae Bsltiaore 1 . ass'd a. tsJiUesC gars;
Hiss Coil.-e; xi ktsUsrrat's SaJ,
M b.s prime M. O. Coffse, lo a ts-a ttas-k.U;
1 swses ar Can-lie; krttOtiasipgwr;
li n V as eV n rasas bsut ks tea S-da ,
a sorted Glassware; V3 eae 'ardiaw ;
lsJtbwklag wbstey; 1 xs Hevraja;
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