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NASHVILLE:
Saturday morning, august ia, issi.
lUittio.VD .vsnMoxrr Mabket. The Philadel
phia Notify Aticriean elates that notwithstanding
the srcvrcjty of money, there are railroad companies
in the iiioney ma7EeT m.lhaf. city purchasing capi-
1 fill At TtliTii reUl at n 1 rfl nrv If ffVirTi lAffltl.
insterliannak .The 'railroad Interest throughout
this coHnfrv" is iifulotibtedlv one of tlie mostimpor
tartt, Imlh a? to its magnitude asTvel! as to its re- j
s-ults. At the same, time, it must be borne in mind
that in the "United State?, during the last four years
Torkhftvotw;n' itnde rlaken, and many completed,
which, would have betia muchbetterif the amount
thus expended in labor and capitrl had been di3
tributedover a quarter of a century of time. We
hsro snticipared results wliich have not yet arrived;
infactwehare provided means of transit for the
produce of iitisr tiled countries and.- untilled lands.
Before the necessities of the country required it,
vre hare furnished the, means of transportation for
popnlatiorrand produce. The frauds of Schuyler,
i-yle, cvtv, have only accelerated a crisis that was
certain to arrivp tho acts of these men were pro
duced Jby Jhctim and the viciousnes3 of a highly
spwnlatire psric-1. To suppose' for a moment that
ihe fraudulent act of Schuyler could have in itself
produced a want of confidence in the railway sys
tem, is parfectlrjdle. There wag in the system it-..
en as rarnea'rmr. ion large an expansion -oi cred
its until thesf credit" exhausted -themselves. The
tail are of the rropsin Europe last year, and the
a: event' that succeeded it, caused the flow of
apitalthat wiw regularly tending towards this
fliintrrfln stop suddenly. Our mainresource for
red't rtperatiohs wasilheucutoQJ'and.wejhad, not
T,hr means in ourselves to complete the gigantic
-pb of railway projected by such visionary men as
Robert FMiiiyler, and others of the like character
.f mind. It is necessary, and it is to be hoped it
as not yet ton late to slop this system of borrow
ing, and bv that means restore credit to the rail
loads, which they well merit, but which is now
abused by those "who are deemed the best friends
f the lailway interest
E.T7R kormkary Pistoi. Thn London corres
jtondenoe of the Boston Traveller writes : "T have
jiit been shown a rifle pistol, invented by an Eng
lish fientleman resident at Rati'bon, and which is
c aVnkted to make as great a revolution in that
Mm as the Minie rifle in musketry. It can kill at
i. GO yard I.asi week it was tested before expe-iienc-ed
r.ffi.-er-'. at Wooltvfch, and completely stood
1 Tic trial. Vinee then it has been exhibited to Prince
Albeit, and, from my own observation, I can vouch
1 r the pfiW.Tncy of this extraordinary weapon.
it is easily charged, and his sights regulated at 200
i 00,400. and :'.(K yards. It is, besides, light and
autiful, Dtily fancy a revolver of this description,
vith als.rcjfJtba TeN. a good marksman, and an
h ivprary a ipiarter of a mile off! ' The whole de
pend on TitlegrQoyei.
I.vnr.r Arcrios- Sale or Cloths. On Tuesday
an Aitrtion sate oi"belveen 3,000 and 4,000 pieces
of felt dnttfc took place in New York, at prices it
i" bxAj liilly 13 per cent, below the anticipations of
o.vr.ers. Trie Hotohkisville cloths brought 55 a 75
o nti p-r 4 ar.l, averaging about C2i. The TTinci- j
, jnk Company's sold at 7.1 cents a $1 25, averag
ing about ST.' to 90 cents, including the Peter-
fl'iamf, the lipst of which sold at $1 12ia 135.
This low ptitv (-ays Ihe Journal of Commtrce) must
Lrgplv inr-rf-ase the consumption, but this will not
b? fe't during the current season. The attendance
d'.d osit .ejubtuce the bulk of the jobbing trade, but
w as'mosily made np of clothiers, and the majority
oi'the name oailod hadqnitea foreign accent. This
w.Ip" mti .have an important effect upon the price
of wool and will detfr prudent dealers, and even
it. morci canlious of the jecu'ators, from taking
. liM Isrsely of thp raw malarial.
(i'i)roio,iici Pi.aoup.hm. A writer in Norton's
Jji'rruri' Ctirf'ie charge" Rev. Dr. Scott, "ate of
How Orleans with exter.siveplagiarism in his new
frrk nl iil.nl ''PVnrel. o Model for Young Men."
"Hi vritit
"Incrcdtjia as it may appear, we are satisfied
fec at lear one-tenth part of the entire work of
Dr. Fwtr, (perhaps we should speak within bounds
if we said i-ne-eighth part) is taken almost word
for wordircm theso two authors Cumming's Lec-Tcre-
on the Book of Daniel and Dr. Kitto's Bible
JLustralir.-. The piracy bears marks of being
dene with t-'p utmosr deliberation and care; the
Oiifr of arpument punned by Dr. C. is sometimes
much moiiued; tiiere are frequent interpolations
of word' and sentences, sometimes the whole sen
tence is worked over to suit an American instead
cf a British audience and, indeed, it is very rare
fur an entire paragraph to be transferred without
any alteration. Occasionally a sentence appears
V. ith quotation marks, or a marginal note gives
ciedit lcr the thought; but this sometimes only
bhnd3 the reader, inasmuch as credit is given for
tl e smallest part of what is borrowed in such a con-
ii s-tlon.
In support of these charpp.s extensive quotations
fi.-.m the author nampd are given side by side with
Ir. Scott own lecture", and the resemblance is too
e ract to he accidental.
ArJii.tnfT.SE-v Caftais. Captain Stone, of the
Steamer Canada, no w in this port, is probably the
T. nct nilpnr man ailoat. Sailor who have been
rith him many months 'ay they never heard him
ej.eak. ITe writes his ..rd'ers to" his officers, and if
fiev fail i" 1 anyinp them out, he reprimands them
ir writing Vet he has the reputation of being one
cf the most skillful and prudent captains of the Cu
n trd line, and remarkable for his powers of per
sonarendnranr,,. When at sea he rarely leaves the
d.vk mpht oi day, more than an honrat a time,
grid nothing appears to esi-ape his noticp. Still he
6 es not speak, either to his officers or passengers.
Onarefentpaa-afi.-twov.B2s, who were passen
g rs in ".' ship, noticed this peculiarity, and at diu
n. r one da- ere quite eloquent upon the blessings
oJ st.epch, and thpn by way ot contrast, expressed '
their dpepf?"! commiseration for dmnbies. One of '
,th- wan w&o overcome by Lis feelings that he I
drlilienitivplv took an onion from hi pocket and
emplied if to his right pvp, while he gazed at Capt.
S.onew.i'.i the left. "Poor, dear gentleman." he
v"'bbed. as (he tears followed thp onion, "I wonder
it he is drat" as rell as dumb. This was too much
1 .r the ni.-.engers, who burst into a roar of laugh-t.-r,
in wh eh Capl. Slone joined heartily as the
ti Whru onli-i' ws restored he said, "Qpntle
i.ven &r."t I sd., ot Ladies and Oentlemen, I ae
l .tnwtmW that I appear to a disadvantage by not
j al;,n.? more than Tdo; but what would you have
p to abv ' It i my constant care to see that you
t ni..petl v attended to in every particular. "What
x.r- far. v. at de-i.e ? After thiselTorthe resumed
f .lencejan.! nas ..ot been lenown to speak since.
Lotus N m-oifo-j at C vi. us. A striking little in
vid.'iil ovvwrcl oa Saturday, on Louis Napoleon's
j -turn to Cala Pier, after "inspecting theEnglkh
jtiips. It w.i at lirst thought that the Yacht
vonltl go up totiio inner haibor, where Royal car
j .arps -wpre in waning, ar.d a small military escort;
Iflt a sudden thought sr,.mP-i t0 strike His Majes
y, anord.-v wasp'n. the vacht hauled alongside
he pier, and the Emneroi in full General's uni
i.ynn, slpppcl cnshoio. and. without a single at
i ndsnt, plunged lvldly into the c-owd. The' effect
4-as plcctrii-. ' Acheerrov that might have beeu
i.iUtnkpu for nn I'.nal h cheer, exclamations of
ndrr iration were heard on cvei v side and the Kin-T-?ror
hustletl hi" way alon;'. with hardly elbow
"ootn enough It take his bat oiT now an.l then, in ,
cknowirdnmpnt ol the loud and repeated cries of
'Vive 1 r.uiporcnr." Mingled with the crowd were
nu Immense number of English visitors who gave
it as their universal verdict that the L'mperors
jilcck was n fact never to lie gaimayed from that
tlar forward. With thf Trench, this impromptu
ud of confidence and courage raised a complete
: .. r vo;nment. Thev bushed, talked
with unusual volnbi'ity. fliook hands with each
Tiber and seemed to have obtained that much
' i -u .,t r,u- 'nsation in the daring and
i'n" .iimmi of their Kraneror.
H!r-. ceremonie dcportmpnl
J.it:1on Ohhe.
WiN-n On last Salnrdav evening, we are told
.w'was oulte a storm of wind and rain on Swan
SeT- Kt nine miles from this place. The com
w beaten to the earth, fences thrown down, and
w uprooted to stich an extent a; to choke tip the
Md rendering themln places impassable. We
c'not heard that any Pjrson wa, maimed or
Jfcai' S3T baiHings ?rc destroyed.-. Obs.
BYTEIJE&KAPH.
ADDITIONAL
NEWS
BY TUB
' ( America s
; Louisville, Aug. 17. The news from the Dan-
Aibe continues favorable W the allies. Nothing de-
cided lias taken place yet. The Russiaus, it is
stated, attacked the Turkish and Trench camp at
Guirpu and were totally defeated wan a joss ui iy
f thpntana killed and fJa?fc
The Russians were retreating by forced inarches.
They have quitted fratescui, :i.u ..r.s.
imuiediately by the Turks.
The evacuation of Wallachia is completed A
proclamation has been issued declaring all soldiers
remaining behind deserters.
Omer is expected to arrive at Bucharest on the
SOth, and would meet with a brilliant reception.
The Austrian army under Prince Lechention has
been ordered to advance from Berth to Wallachia.
The Arch Duke has removed his head quarters from
Cronstadt.
' The total Austrian force on the frontier is three
hundred and thirty thousand. Thp frontiers: are
not crossed, but preparations for hostilities are be
ing made on a colossal scale.
Russia makes no warlike demonstration towards
Prussian frontiers.
Accounts from fnnff.npirro unsatisfactory.
Prince Daniel is assuming a threatening attitude
towards Turkey.
The London" Times has declarpd positively that
a force of eighty to one hundred thousand will
Jmraediately advanca on Crimea and attempt to
effect a lodgpment on the heights that command
Sjbastopol.
The cholera has made its appearance among the
British troops of the Baltic fUet atL?tsund.
Tho king of Sweden has declared his willingness
to unite with the Western Power, on certain con
ditions. Since the 2.1d, the blockade of the ports of the
Gulf of Moro had been very vigorouJ impossible
for vessels to enter or leave.
The Russian Emperor, Arch Duke Constantius
and Arch Duchess, made a narrow escape of being
captured by an English steamer near Cronstadt.
Spain is generally tranquil. Eipartern took the
oath as President in the New Council on the 2d.
The Barricades of Madrid are being removed.
Espartero requested the nomination of O'Donne'l,
who is most popular with the new Ministry.
New York, Aug. 17. Flour advanced; good
Ohio 9 129 50. Corn unchanged. Pork V.i 25i
13.')7i; prime 10 G:.
Boston', Aug. 17. The bark British Pride reports
that in latitude 41 deg. 4G min. and long. CO deg.
51 min., she found a green chest with ' G. B. City
Glasgow'' in a gilt wreath marked on it, also a
board twplve feet long, with unintelligible letters
on it, supposed to belong to the lost stenmer City
of Glasgow.
New Yor.K, Aug. IS. Intelligenc was received
here announcing that Jerome Bonaparte .has re
ceived the same appointment in France that he
had here.
The suspension of the Cotton House of II. Shed
on &. Co., it is believed, will be only temporary. '
The reported failure of a silk-house is untru.
The Arctic will sail to-morrow with neirly 100,
000 dollars in coin.
Bills of the Farmers and Merchants Bank of Ten
nessee are refused here.
Boston', Aug. 18. The British Eteamer America
arrived this morning. Her mails were despatched
at one o'clock.
New York, Aug. 18. Judge Edmonds is seri
ously ill at Roxbury, Massachusetts-
The race yesterday was won by E!dy in three
straight heats.
"W.vsniN'GTO.v, Aug. 18. Col. Benton leaves
to-day, for Missouri.
PitiLADnLrutA, Aug. IS. Letters received here
from Port Cabello, repoit matters in that ct nntry
in a deplorable situation. A forced loan of ? 100,
000 has been taken to enable the Government to J
meet existing difficulties. The prospects for the
rebels is far lrom encouraging. In a late encounttr
with the Government forces, ."J00 of the insurgents
were slain.
Boston, Aug. IS. A letter from Lycendo, Afri
ca, announces the arrival at that place on the 7th of
June, of Dr. Livingston, who has been engaged
in extensive explorations into the interior for a pe
riod of 27 months, and has been civen up as lost.
The Doctor reports that he had not succeeuea m
-. ..."
discovennireold. A statement ot nts travels, tc.
iscoverinir gold
is to be forwarded to a Geographical fcocity in
London.
Washington", Aug. 13. Intelligence has been
received at the Department, that the Port of Toga,
Cuba, will be closed totally to all foreign commerce,
on and after tke first day of September. The offi
cers and crew of the French War steamer, Chintirp,
at this Port have been removed on board the 1. S.
brig Dolphin.
The Democratic State Convention in Maine,
nominated Wrn. K. Henibte as their candidate lor
Governor.
New York, Aug. 13. The Railroad Conven-
tion has resolved to reduce the working expenses
bv dispensing with the services of all runner? and
agents, and by running as quick time This it is
thought will reduce the expenses of the several
corporations of over three hundred thousand dol
lars per annum. The increase of passengers and
freight will be about twenty per cent.
BALTiwor.F, Aug. 13. The Alabama cotton crop
has suffered greatly from the heat and want of rain.
But half a crop is exppcted.
There has bern considerable excitement at Hul
livan's Island, Charleston, in consequence of an at
tempt of a young Irishman to elope vv ith a South
ern heiress.
CtNdSNATi, Aug. IS. River stationary. Weather
fine. Eastern exchange 1 prem. Nothing new
in moticv - matters. Flour advanced to ST .r;".c;
Whisky 20c. Wheat advanced to SI !". No- !
thing doing in provisions. ;
T We are authored to announce Eooks-k I'xdkr
wood, Kf-q., as a candidate lor Mayor of Nashville at tho j
ensuing election. j
We are authorized to announce the name of Mo t .
SiMiLKTON as a candidate for Mayor at the coming election.
NOTICE. j
THE Stockholders inthe Nashville Life and General In- I
surance Companv, will n-eet at the Seqnoyah, on Salur- I
day 19th inat, to elect their Directory and Odlcers. A lull
attendance is required. auglif i
THE VERY LATEST I 1
IT is a fact long established m the Fashionable World,
that Wathehxld A Walkkk's is the place to get a Hat
of the finest qualitv and most popular design. Their new ,
Summer Strle of 'Moleskin Hat is light and elegant, and I
takes the lead among the Hats of the season. I
jf10 WATERFIELD A WALKER, j
THE WHITE GOSSAMER HAT.
tttE are under full hmd-tnty with our New Style White
V V Rocky Mountain Beavers, aud our Light, Cool, Ven-
tilated Gossamers. They can be discerned from all others
iu beauty of texture and elegance of design. A full assort- ,
nient readv to-day. j
jeio WATERFIELD A WALKER, j
thITtyrolean HAT. i
-YYTTTn TUE ("AVALIER' Jl- ,'I'1E-S AD ALBONI. i
V and all the new and popular Styles tor the Season.
A large, nesr, and vatied assortment of STRAW GOODS,
just ilceived. WATERFIELD A WALKER, i
Fashionable Hatters, '-', west side of Square, j
je0 Next to Oowdey's.
GRiLYT"lLVRGAl'NINirVNlK 7 1
IF immediate application is made a great bargain will
be "iven in the following tiact of land, viz: 800 ncies
in White's Beud, frontiug on Hvde's Ferrv Tmtipike and
i-harUnA Riser. :"'. miles fiom Nashville, 4n acres
NEW BRUNSWICK RUBBER COMPAN Y.
wAi'vuorsi. lOOuncnTV ash U'o cidah smrtT,
SI W YORK.
W
rANUFACTl'RERs) and WHOLESALE Dh.VLLKS
in till kinds ol Rubber Goods, made undrr Charles
(JiHidvrar's Patent, consisting of Men's, W omen s, lii-ei
and "Chddren's Metalic B wis and SLoes, Coats, Cloaks,
Overalls, L'oa,, sitaT anj lti.ne, Dolls, Doll.Heads
Balls, Tins, Whips. Teething Riugi, Syringes, B.east
Pumps, Ac, Ac.
The above Company woulJ solicit a call from their friends
and the public betoie puithasing.
jv25 l.m JOHNSON LETSON- Pr6S-
TT'OR RENT.
-A couifoitable house on Spruce street,
1 Demumbrane. containing 7 room.
J? S donrs bevond
good kitchen, stabU Ac Also, a small frame hou ie on Sum
mer street bevoud Broad st. Applr to
angl2 WM.L BOYD, Jr.
DOMESTIC LIQUORS. 25 bbls Domestic Bran
die;; 15 brrels Gin;
20 bbls old Rye and Bout ban Whisky;
10 bbls Sweet Malaga Wine;
8 " N.'E Rum.
Forsaleby aug4-ly STEWART A WEAKLEY.
clo-ire.i liaiance wen iimueiru run .m...... .......
I 13 acres near the Nolensrille Pike, adjuiumg Woodson aud
v 11 I.nrsV2Vi miles from Nastiville. .lso ui acis au- , FIVK
ioi'uinz Lucas. Apply to J. 11. Moore in Wliite- Bend, or rrMIE ele
amrlt. JOUNLAK. W. HKOW.v:nerrv-t. , I Mnn
DRUGS.
WIN BROTHERS,
WHOLESALE 7
' J)
' '
e u a a i s t
No. 7, North College Street,
' ' 'NASHVILLE, TENN.,
SlIJ?. CARB. SOOA. -"1
A frf LBS. Prime 2fev Castle Soda. Received
IttjUUU and forsalc by EWIN BROTHERS,
auzlt, .-. tf.
JJVE STUFFS.
2300 pound of prime Ind.gn,
iOOO do Alum;
12," (To Cochineal;
S'O do Extract of Lopvroyd;
560 do Cream of Tartar;
100 do Muriate ofTiu;
Received and tor sale at'the lowest market rales bvi
suelO tf EW1X ilRO S. ,
" " . SNUFFS.. "".
24 doz. Garrett's Snuff in bottles,
210 do do do in papor.s;
v U10 do Bonn's in do;
1300 lbs. Maccuboj- hnuff, in barrels and jars;
Received and for lale low by
anelL.
EWIN BROV?-
PERCUSSION CAl'S.
500,000 O. 1. I'ercussion Caps,
For sale bv KWIN HRO'S.
BOTTLE CORKS.
03 flro. velvet bottle Corks;
For sale low by
F.WIX BRO'S.
WINDOW (JLASS
ISO BoxsSxl! Window (Jlass; M'Cully and other brands;
1D( do 10x12 do do; do " ' do;
c.J
;o
2iti
do 10, U and l?T14i 0' do do;
do 12-16 and 12-13; do do do
do Windoir Glass assorted si2e.: 11-15 ll-lfi IMS
10-20-12-22 lt-13 14-20 11-22 lfi 2 1C 24
13.24oo.o4oq 3024-30 24-36 S040 and
2 43.
Sn store and for sale hv EWIX BROVS.
PERFUMERY AC.
2.'0 dcz. Colouee Water;
115 do Rose Hair Oil;
100 do Bear Oil;
125 do Toilet Soap, assfTled;
!'0 do Finsshavipfj, do,
IKi Boxes do do;
Received and Tor sale by FAV1X BROTHERS,
aug 1C, 'M If.
DRYGO'ODSr
"VfEW CJOODS. We are daily receiving from the
litstern Cities a very large and desirable stoct of
Staplei Fancy Dry Goods, ofihevery latest nnd hand
somest styles, which w e will sell at very low prices. Our
buyer, Jlr. I.. 1). Stevenson, has been in New York all of
tbeSjirintrand made arrangements which will enable m
to show oiir customers something new every day, and we
t'tvl confident that the o.sortiiient which we keep is by far
the most exteusive and the cheapest to be found in the city,
and we cordially invite you to call upon us and see if we
are able to realize the expectations held out.
STEVENSON & WHITE,
marSS'5 59. College St.
IAOIES' DRESS t'OODS. fUid ana striped
jt Silks, Brocade Silts,
I'laid Silks, all shade, black silks, extra quality,
I'lai.l Plain and Figured Berages,
tierage Robes flounced. Misses Berage Robes,
.Ucouet Robes, tl-mnced, Embroidered Muslin Robes
tWuced.
French l-awns and Muslins great variety.
Doited Swiss, and ligared Muslins,
Organdie Muslins, French Chintzes,
1'jiglislt Chintzes and Uinghams,
Linen Cambrics in greal vatierieS,
Sun-Shades und Parasols,
A gre.ir vaneU of Fans.
STEVEXSOX ct- WHITE,
mar23 69. College St.
E.1IlIROIDEltIES.--The most varied, choice and
beiiinrul asortmenr of Embroideries, we have ever
exhibited, consisting of
Elegant Collars, Sleeves, Chemisettes,
Collarettes and Sleevesin Setts,
Maltese Honiton Valeucienne Plait Lace, and Cambric Col
lars aud Sleeves.
Flouncing and Bands in Jaconet and Swiss Muslins,
Scotch ork lusertings and Edgings in new designs,
I.ace Capes, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Hemstitched
Hjudkerchiets,
Honiton Handkerchiefs, Honiton and Valencienne Laces,
C'' ' STEVENSON 4 WHITE,
msr23 S3, College St.
MANTILLAS. We have a large and nandsome as
sortment of Mantillas; embracin all the novelties of
the season, consuling of
Embroidered Applies aul Lace trimmed Mantillas,
Embroidered Muslin Mantillas,
Crape Shawls aBd l.ace Scarfs.
STEVENSON 4 WHITE,
mar23 ' 59. College SL
ENT'S'V A RIETVTiOODS. Bla:K and Fancy
Freuch Cloths and Casyimeres;
trench Linens, Black and Fancy Silk Vestings,
Marseilles Vesting, French Drab de Etes.
Patent Shirts with French Bosoms.
..ipnm. Luun iiiiu.s.
Merino Under Shirts, Lisle Thread and Raw Silk do.
Linen and Cottoa Dl.awer3i Licen Collars,
Britishand German half noiserv
Summer Cravats, Embroidered Ties,
Fancy Silk Cravats, black do, superfine quality,
Plain and colored Handkerchief.
Silk handkerchiefs; Silk Suspenders,
Alexander's Kid Gloves, Silk do.,
Thread Gloves, Linen do, Ac.
Silk aud Gmgham Umbrellas.
STEVENSON A WHITE,
marS 59. College St.
HOUSE KEEPING COOUS.-Rich Satin Da
mask, Embroidered Muslins Curtains,
I-ace Curtains, Cotton Damasks,
lo-4, 11-4 Linen and Cotton Sheeting,
Pillow Case linens, Ac. Ac,
Ianen Table Napkins,
Irmit do,
II dozen colored Border Damask Towels,
hite and Colored Marseilles limits.
Gilt Cornices d. Pins and Bands,
Cords, Tassels, (limps,
Fringes. Curtains, Drops; Ac, Ac.
Stevenson a white.
mar5 59. College St.
- - Bargains bargains i
AT
W A A J. 0. M'CLEtLAND'S Metropolitan Store,
No-. rl nnd 53, College Street.
"ATTE have on hand an elegant assortment of SUMMER
VV DRESS GOODS; Rich, Plain and Check Silks;
Rich Flounced Baieges; Rich Printed and Plain do; Rich
Organdies; Muslins and Lawns; elegant Silk and Muslin
.Mantles ; and many other Perishable Goods, which we will
rlospout atcost rbRcsn. Nowisthetimeforourfriends
wanting great bargains to give us a call.
B W. A. A J. O. McCLEI.LAND,
j v a No. 51 and 53 College street.
' STAPLlTGOODS, Ac.
T J E would invite the attention of the Trade to our large
' and well assorted stock of STAPLE GOODS, which
we are now otlering at very reduced prices for cash or to
punctual buvers. Rich Cuitain Ooodi ; Table Damasks;
Linen Sheetings; Irish Linens ; Tickings, Sheetings and
Dome.rics; Cottonades, Prints, Ginghams ; Bonnets, Rib
bons Gloves, Mitts, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Ac-, Ac, all
of which will be sold unprecedentedlv low at
McCLELLAND'S
Metropolitan Store,
;Tfi No. 51 and 53 College street.
.IIOSOI'ITO BAKS.
T7VERY one in need ot these indispensable articles to
111
Tinrp and romfnrt. can ret them at
' McCLELLAND'S,
jyll
IS51.
No 51 and 58 College street.
NEW SPRING LUl'ORTATION'S.
JAMES NICHOL,
1851.
no. 'JO, ov Tm: sqnAnr, 3 noons tkom collfok st.
IS riow receivmgand opening for the Spring trade an as
sortment of Silk, Fancy and Staple Goods, that
tor extent, variety and richness, will surpass any Stock
that he has everolTered in this market, the assortment has
been purchased on the most favorable terms in the various
EASTERN MARKETS,
and will beoirered at a very .small advance oa Eastern
Costs, to cash buvers or punctual customers. The Stock
wdl embrace the'following articles in every variety:
Dress Fabrics, Embroideries;
Kibbons Lnce;
Moves; Liunens;
W li i t c G o o d s ; i
Clothrs; Cassimcres; Vestings, Ac., Ac, to which will be
made constant additions, by the arrival ofeTcry Steamer,
thereby enabling him to present to those favoring him with
a call, one of the largest and most desirable selection of ar
ticles in his line to be found in this city.
Nashville. March 15 '54
DYE V BARNES,
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
CORNEROF WASHINGTON AND REYNOLDS STS.,
AcorsTA, Ga.
;"l.iberal cash advances n.ade on Consignments of Cot
ton and other produce.
KtriR
Hon. John P.King.
" Charles J. Jenkins,
" Andrew J. Miller,
" William Schlev,
B. H. Warren. Eq ,
TO
1
1
Augusta, Ga.
T.S.Metcalf. Esq.,
Messrs. T. Richards A Sen j
" Itanett A Carter, I
" I). B. Plum A Co , J
J. J. Howard, Esq , Cartersville, Ga.
Messrs. Grenvil!e A Sample, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Dr Paul. F. Eve, Nashville, Tenn.
augt iwom
FRANKLIN COLLEGE,
MILKS FROM NASHVILLE. TENN.
tnth annual session ol this institution will open
davSeotember 13tb, 1354, and close July 4th,
For particulars address
nugt 2w Franklin College. Tenn
FURNITURE! MATTRESSES ! ! PIANOS ! 1 1
TrrTsiTi--triii n hni. nssnrtmeHt ol ued-x-T1. A A.
f) steads, Bureaus. Wire and Tin Safes,
s.ro snf Hl3 Breakfast. Dinin?. Cen
tre Side, and Work Tables, extension Tables, Ac. A large
ot of Wardrobes, Chairs, of all kinds, Window Shades,
Clocks, an assortment of L Gilbert's entire Iron-framed
Pianos Carpeting, Oil Cloth, Ac. Mattresses, Shuck, Moss,
Cotton, and Cm led Hair Spring Mattresses, kept on hand
and made to order, aud waraanted. Now is the ume for
th. se wantin" any articles in mv line to buy cheap fok
Cash, or approved paper ,mllTnv
jyl2-tf
45 Union street.
r It ACKERS, -soaa,
Butter and Water Crackers,
faug 13.1 J NIXOX. Jr.
U made every day.
T OAF BREAD. lam now.seiiiogauw..cu....
Xj cle of Loaf Bread (made from tww wheat floun at the
reduced price. auglfi. J. NIXON. Jr.
NOTICE. 1 have advanced the prices ot my Coulee
tionaries to tot year's prices,
is.-,.-,.
NEW BOOKS.
A STORY OF GREAT INTEREST.
JCST RECEIVED ! !
FASHION AND FAMINE. Br Mrs. A.vsS.SinBKS3.
"There is no sorrow for the earnest soul,
That looketh up to God ia perfect faith."
- PftJii telutmt7,eX T. Erpru tpealt at foil.w:
' "So Tut as the literary merits of the wnrk are concerned,
no better guarantee than the name of the gifnd authoress
conld be' required, yet, we venture to say that nothing she
has hitherto writren. contributes or will contribute, more
substantially to her fame than the production U which we j
refer. The subject chosen is one which has never vet had '.
r.iT : -. KiA,nr.nPAi ti 1 : . r. , 1 1
UJl JUIIUC UUUU II, 1U MU .llllcl lv n t'ln v'. A IIC .J Itil
of ii.tetest, portrsying and bringing in thrilling contrast the
two extremes of city life."
For sale by auglS F. HAGAX. Market st.
LEVER'S NEW NOVELS.
THE DODD FAMILY ABROAD: and SIR JASPER
CAREW, KNIGHT; his Lire and Experience, with some
account of his Orer-Rpachings and Short-Comings. By
Coas. Lkvkr. For sale bv
.. auglG ' F.1IAGAX. Market street.
FLORA LINDSAY; A Novel. Bv the aurhor of '-Rough-ing
it in the Bush," Ac. For sale bv K. HAG AN.
aiig 13. Market Mreet.
SLATES. 100 dps.
ceived by
' auglS.
FINE SLATES, assorted. .Iiistie
F. HAOAN.
Market strert.
CELEBRATED WORKS,
BY DB, CUMMING, OF LONDON.
csirjRM IDIItOX.l
THE Church before the Flood. 1 vol lmo.
Benedictions, or the Blessed Life. 1 vol. 12mo.
Voices of the Night. " "
Voices or the Dead. " "
Lectures on the Apocalypse, o series. " "
lectures on Romanism. " "
The Tent and the Altar. " '
lectures oa the Miracles. "
lectures on Daniel. " '
Lectures on the Parables. " "
Forsaleby atigltl. CHARLES W. SMITH.
SCHOOL BOOKS, Ac Country Merchants aud
School Teachers are invited to examine my slock of
School Books and Stationery, which will be offered at the
lowest prices by the dozen or single copy,
aiig'.-. CHAS. W.SMITH,
41 College ftreel.
w
EBSTER'S SPELLERS -Bv the drren
low-
est prices.
For sale bv
CHAS. W. SMITH
41 College .street.
augO,
INKS, Slales, Steel Pens, Pencils, Inkstands, Slate Pen
cils, Copy Books. India Rubber, Quills, Penholders, Ru-
lers, Paper, Sand, Ac , Ca.
torsaia ov
CilAS. W. SMITH
augv.
AVE STUDY TO PLEASE.
FRANCISCO & WHITMAN'S
FASHIONABLE HAT ESTABLISHMENT, No. 23 Pub
lie Square, is the most desirable place to purchase an
elegant Hat, and we advise every person who iutnds buy
ing a fine Dress Hat, to call on Francisco A Whitman, and
exumine their styles for the Spring, they exeel, in beauty
and finish, any article of Drts 1M that will be worn east
or west. FRANCISCO A WHITMAN,
my 13 No. 25 Public Square.
rpHE CAVALIER. JlLIEN, AND LEG-
J HORN HATS, We have just opened a splendid as
sortment of these most beautiful and popular f olt Hats;
for traveling and business purposes. They are manufac
tured of the finest of Beaver, and aie the only genteel soft
Hat now made. FRANCISCO A WHITMAN,
myl3'54 No. 23 Public Square.
0UR "ROCKY MOUNTAIN BEAVEKS.
We are now prepared to furnish any gentleman nrtha
real genuine White Roiky Mountain Beaver, at the short
est notice. We manufacture them ourselves, and r;ctm
mend them to be something entirely superior to anything
ever offered here. FRANCISCO A WHITMAN,
my 13 No. 23, Public Square
ANAMA, MARICABO, CANTON, UNION,
Black and Tea colored Leghorns, Campeachey und
Rutland Straw Hats for men and boys. We have a splen
did assortment of Straw Hats for men and bova, for Sum;
mer wear. FRANCISCO A WHITMAN,
myl3'54 No. 23 Public Square.
XT. It COKSKLICS. 1. W. PORRIS
CORNELIUS A; DORRIS.
CHEAP FURNITURE DEPOT.
NO. 2G, COLLEGE STREET,
Nashville, Tennessee.
rpUE subscribers have now in store and ffZ5ZTSi
JL
will raius'auii wxu u laic buu hi.iu
tment of all kinds ot CABINET FUK-0
assortment
NITURE, CHAIRS, CLOCKS, GIRANDOLES, SPRING,
HAIR, MOSS, COTTON and SHUCK MATTRASSES.
Our stock at present consists in part of
Rose Wood and Mahogany Parlor Setts;
do do do do Chamber do.
Oak do do;
Enameled Cottage do do;
Mahogany, Walnut, Rose Wood, Cherry,
Poplar Bedsteads, of all kinds;
Elm and
lircakiasi, ieseri anu liuiug xuuirs;
Walnut, Oak and Maboganj Extension Tables;
Wire and Tin Safes.
Rose Wood, Mahoganv, Cherry, Walnut, Oak and Pop
Iar Wash Stands; Hat Racks, Towel Racks, Centre Tables,
Kecking Chairs, of every variety. What Nots, of all
kinds. , ,
Rose Wood, Mahogany, Cherry, Walnut, Oak and Pop
lar Wardrobes.
Chairs ! Chairs!!
Windsor, Spindle, Scollop, and Scroll Tops;
Wood Seat Chairs;
Every variety ot Cane Seat Chairs;
ao uo hush iw;
do do Straw do;
Split Bottom Chairs; Bamboo Chair3 i fall kinds;
to illow Wagons and Chairs.
Clocks! Clocks !!
Our slock of CLOCKS is large, and consists of al
most every variety. Warrasiio to keep ohod
Timk.
We respectfully invite the public to give us a call, as we
are determined ro sell as lowas any house in the city. Ev
err article sold by us will be warranted to be made and fin
ished in the best manner.
We are still manufacturing FURNITURE and all kinds
of MATTRASSES, to order."
OLD FURNITURE REPAIRED and VARNISHED at
the shortest notice.
We take great pains in packing Furniture for the country
and for shipment.
Undertaking.
3f Our U.sosrtasinq Dtp irihent will re
ceive our strictest allention, will be personally
attended to by one or rhe hrm. ,-..., i
rj?" We have the sole Agencv fm the sale of "r LK S J
METALIC BURIAL CASKS," 'in Middle Tennessee, and
are prepared to furntsh Undertakers and others on lavora
hie terms. CORNELIUS A DORRIS, ,
july21 tf Nn.lfi dllegestreet. j
J. II. CURKEY, .
CABINET HaKEB AND UNDERTAKER.
BEGS LEAVE to inform his friends and the f32-j !
public geuerallv, thai he keeps constantly j- I
on hand Coffins of 'everv description, from the plainest j
servants to the tine .Metalic air-tignt anu air-txnausieu ru
tins, the best now in use for preserving the Corps; together
with good Hearses and Horses, and everything necei-sary
for burials. . ,.,,.
All orders ieft at my ware-room, No. 51 Cooper s Uuildirg.
Cherrv streer, will be promptly attended to, both day or
night mjSl tf J. H. CURRKl.
MINERVA COLLEGE,
Near Nashville, Tennessee.
THIS nourishing Institution for the education of young
Ladies, will commence the Fourth Collegiate j ear the
4th September 1854, and continue 40 successive weeks.
Every lacility will be offered for mental, moral and physical
Txavs-Boarding, Lodging, Washing. Fuel, and Lights,
Tisbms Timox Primary Departmejt $25; Academic
$8o; Collegiate $10; Instrumental Mu.-ic $50; Modern Lan
guageseach$20. Address S. E. JON ES ,
aug) lm. Fear Nashville, lenn.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
AT the last meelingof the Directors ol the hdgfiew anil
Kentucky Railroad Company, the following resolutions
were adoptf d : , ,
1. That the Engineer is hereby directed to make, as soon
aspos.sible, the hnal location ot the routeof this road.fn.rn
Edn-eticld throuh Goodlelsville, to Springfield, in Robert-
sou county.
be made upon the
stock, payable in monthly instalments of iwoiwr cent , to
wit.-Onthe td day or September, the 2d day ol October,
2d day of November, und the 2d day of December next
2. "That a call ol eigtu per veui
ravments to De maaear ineomce oi ." ..
pany. asiu.miiuj ua..... ,
Secretary and Treasurer
Aug. 16,'54-eoAw jrf the E. and K. R. R- Co.
CARD. ,. ,
MR. GOODWIN respectfullv presents his compliments
to the Ladies and Gentleman of Nashville, and would
state that he intends opening his clas-es in Dancing on.
Saturday, September id, at OJd Fellows' Hall.
Mr i:Au,,n wnnM fflti this nccaMou to observe, that
... . ......rr-- lliniiiLllf
be'ha's for the past season been chiefly occupied in Ihe city j
of Vew York in ohtaininer the newest aud most approved
style oftheTerspichorean art, and as a consequence, is pre- ,
pared to impart instruction in the following Dauces, viz:
U "Pollonaise," "L Esmeralda," "La Sicillian, Mine I I
de la Cour," Mazurka, and the new and fascinaung Biber- i
r.,j.;ii .T.ii,-r -iih ih usual favorite J-anry ,
U1UU UU.UIHIC. ...... ... , ,. " 1
M ,.A I ..
and masters from ry to 5, P. M., and on Saturday at P
A.M. ' ang'.5-2w.
Hours ot attendance ir ju"s
A. OARDELLE.
GARDELLE A; DELAIGLE,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF,
CuvBLKiTOX, S. C.
LIBERAL advances made cn Consitruments of Produce.
Prompt attention paid to Receiving and Forwarding
Rei'erences: Bustin A Walker, Doughty A Beall, Au
gnsta; J. Fraser A Co., Charleston lauglo fim.
17 BROWN'S ESSENCE OF JAMAICA
H nivni'R Thi. P-sSKVCE is a urenaration of unu
sual excellence." In ordinary diarrhoja, incipient cholera,
in short,
so comm
valence
1 children,
' or traveler
i resist the
I .nm...l!m.la
t CactioV. Be sure to get the genuine Essence, which is
l prepared only bv F. Brown, at las Drug and Chemical
Store N. E. Corner of Fifth and Chestnut streets, Philadel
phia, and tor sale by all tne respeciauie aw-o.., ,c, .u .uc
United States, and in Nashville by W.W. Berry A, De
moTille, Ewin Brosn Thos. Wells, U. G. Scovcll.
ucel3 SmdtriwAw.
, all cases 01 prosirauou u. u's""'." """- , iar ireuiw.iiuiu.tu.... Tmf.ij u I.VNNFR.
non, it is of inestimable value. Dnnnglhe pre- as toterms, Ac. TUOS. B. Mi :
of epidemic ciioieraa"" iT , jV uuiumu-n
itiipeculiarlv ethcacious; no umuy. individual 1 A. c caktss.
should be witbou it, as, r enables tne system 10 . .,.,lirOT nF.SOLD.
influence of iucipient disease, wnicu niras iu a . u.ikiiiai.m 1 ,VVFNTY- C4ff:?t'
GROGglE
r
GROCERIES.
THE FOLLOWING COMPRISES IN PART OtTR
STOCK, which is nearly complete, which enables us
- to offer inducements to purchasers:
759 bags Itio, Havana, lAg KU Doxes nwugnion Duiem;
uyiaand Java Coffee; 200 casks English Soda;
400 bags extra Baltimore Cof- 50 chests Teas, assorted;
fee; i5 bbls Caackers;
2Vi hhds rhoire and nrime 10O di Wash Boards:
t r Sugar; Cottoa Yarns, ass'
,'d;
110 bbls Ijn&Y crushed and 200 doz Buckets;
IKiwdered Sugar;
ll0 bbls Flour:
SOU bbls Molasse.s;
50 doz Scotch and Sappee
500jbU do;-
."O fi do Golden Syrnp;
50 bags Tepper;
20 Spice;
2S " Ginger:
S5 bbU Jlacksvel;
50 kits do;
500 boxes Sardines;
25 Pickles, assorted;
10 bbls Alum;
10 " Brimstone;
5 bbls Spanish Brown;
(100 bags hue Salt;
5-HI bbls Salt:
00 Demiiohns. assorted:
nn:r ;
500 bags Shot, asa'd;
10 tierces fresh Rice;
5000 lbs bar Lead;
100 gross Blacking;
60 boxes Fancv Soap;
300 Rosin 'Soap;
10 csks. A Simi't lirandr-
10 " Otard, Dupv ACo do
5 ' Madeira Wioe,
20 bbU Port Wine:
25 Indian bbls Sweet Wine,
extra;
20 bbls Sweet Wine,
2 pipes Holland Gn;
brands: 80 bbls Am
do;
S00 boxes qt., pt. and )i pint 50 bbls Brandy;
Flasks: 20 bbls Rum;
CO boxes Tumblers;
GOOkexs Nails, asst'd;
100 reams Wr.ip Paper,
610 ceroons best Indigu;
i casks Madder;
100 bxs Tobacco, all grades;
'0 doz Cords and Lines;
CO
10
50
60
60
50
CC0
Peach Brandy;
Annie do:
Old Bourbon Whiskr
Old Rye do;
Old Reserve do;
OldMong do;
Rect'd do;
Pile's Mag. do:
100 bxs white Havana Sugarj00
too Doles Mar vnnaies;
200 boxes Claret W ine;
100 gross Marches;
9r, " !staren:
CO boxes Taliow Candles: 20 boxes Lemon Syrup:
Together with manv other articles usually kept in our
line, " LANIER A PHILLIPS,
July 16 "51 B w No. 89 Market street.
u ecu iTcri rnso. tubas.
McCREA & TERRASS,
Wholesale Grcccrs, Commisslou Merchants,
AND DIALERS IS
Liquor, Iron, Castings, Nails, Flour and Salt,
No. 35 Broad SL Nashville, Tenn.
SUNDRIES.
100 hhds. prime N.O. Sugar, 0 bags spice,
150 bbls. Molasses, SO " ginger,
200 i do, 4 bbls. putty,
!5 kees col Jen srruD.
5 'r alum.
850 bags Baltimore Coffee,
75 " Havanna do.,
127 " Laguyra do,
50 pockets old Java do.,
150 DbU. loaf and powdered
Sugar,
6 tierces Rice,
50 boxes Langhoro A Arm
stead's Tobacco,
100 boxes other brands,
10,000 lbs. bar lead,
400 bags shot, assorted,
900,000 G. D. per'sion caps,
800 kegs powder,
60 boxes starch,
800 demijohns,
3o0 bags tine salt,
1000 bbls. Kan. do.,
800 boxes W. R, cheese,
150 " E.D. do
75 doi. plough lines and bed
cords.
5 " brimstone,
40 casks soda,
150 kegs white lead,
800 boxes pint and quart
tlasks,
100,000 Havana segars,
50,000 mtlee and Cuba six
sogara,
100 gross marches,
125 boxes and boxes star
candles,
175 boxes tallow candles,
75 " bar soap,
100 cases gunpowder and
imperial tea,
6 bbls. Epsom salts,
75 boxss 8 oy 10, 10 by 12,
and 12 by IS glass.
100 boxes and bxs raisins,
80 " lemons,
2 cases indigo,
1 cask madder,
25 bags pepper.
150 buckets.
The above will be sold very low at 85 Broad st.. .by
McCREA A TERRASS.
To Railroad aud Turnpike Contractors.
DOZ. picks, 12 dozen shovels,
J
10 " matrocics, vi anus,
10 " spades, 7j stoel pointed erow bars,
5 " sledge hammers, 50 crow bars, unnnisnea;
In store and for sale low by McCREA A TERRASS.
LIQUORS.
PIPES fine brandies, 200 bbls.
O l " Holland gin,
1 puncheon Irish whisky, S00 "
40 bbls. port w ine, so.ne verv 75 "
Pike's magnolia
whisky,
Tenn. ree'd do.,
Bowers' do.,
fine.
5-) magnolia rye da,
25 " old Bourbon do.,
40 " American brandy,
65 " N. E- rum,
10 " copper D. whisky,
25 " New York gin,
24 pipes cherry brandy;
5 bbN. sherry wine,
5 " Madeira do.
40 " sweet Malaja,
15 boxes Muscat wine,
2.1 " claret do.,
20 ' bra ndv cherries,
40 baskets champaign wine.
I ne aDore win De aoia very
tour am) on liberal time, at 85 Brood St. bv
McCREA ATERRAS3.
OMESTIC LIQUORS.
25 bbU New York Brundv;
10 " Oin. For sale by
mchlO'54 R. F. BELI.,
No. 23 College st, opposite Sewanee House.
OUGAR tiOO
hhds
Louisiana Sugar all grades, iu
W. 11. GORDON A CO.
O Store and for sale by
M
sale by mar22
W. H. GORDON A CO.
-TAILS 500 kegs Shoenbergei-'s Nailsall sizes,for sale
It o V manca ...... uvi....... u. s.w.
bv
mart2
S ACK SALT 1400 bogs tine Sack S.ilt, for sale toar
rive per Iroquoisby W. H. GORDaN A CO.
mar22 '54
BAR SOAP 100 boxes Presjott A Co.. Rosin Soap,
for sale by mar22 W. 11. GORDON A CO.
OTAR CANDLES 12:. packages Werk A Co, Star
O Candles, in wholes, halves and quarters, firr sale by
mar22 W. H.GORDON A CO.
XT A I I.S
-10KO KEGS SHOENBERGER'N
i CELEBRATED NAILS; all sizes. Forsaleby
janS
I.ASKVVAltK. XOO
W. H. GORDON A CO.
BOXES ASSORTED
I T T.,rviV.lia T.im I.nnlfims A? For sale bv
jaa5 ' '' W. II. GORDON A CO.
rinoBACt;o.-aoo boxes bartlltt jones'
X Extra Virginia Tobacco;
100 boxes Ferguson's Extra Virginia Tobacco;
100 " Stubblefield's do;
100 " tloodwin's do;
100 " Boaz do;
ith various other brands, for sale b'
tano
W. II. GORDON A CO
..MICE PROOF SAFES. WE HAVE ON
I; hand a general Assortment of Rich A Co.'s celebrated
ire Proof Safes, acknowledged by all wherever they have
been tested, to be the best article of the kind manufactured
in this or anv other countrv. We sell at Manufacturers'
pnces.fieignt added. W. II. GORDON A CO
an5
IGARS. 10 CASES LA NAPOLEON RE
GALIA CIGARS;
to cases La Waternal Regalia Cigars,
10 " Wandering. Tew " do;
:. " Las Tres Manas " do;
5 " La Estslla " do;
With various other brands, for sale by the case only,
jsnS W. 11-GORDON A CO.
RANDIES AND WINES. "
16 g casks superior Urandv, (warranted pure,)
5 quart casts old Port Wine;
"Madeira do
2 half pipes very tine Brndy.
mchlO '51 "
For sale by
R. F. BELL.
NOTICE.
I II WE this day associated with me in business my
sons, L II. A J. C. FRENCH. The business or the
firm will hereafter be conducted in Ihesiyleand under the
firm of II. S. FRENCH A SONS.
julv2'54 tf H. 3. FRENCH.
TO MANUFACTURERS.
TYTANTED, bvnn experienced manager, a. situation as
V V Superintendent in a Cotton, or Cotton and W oollen
Factorv. Having a g.wd practical knowledge of the busi
ness, will be able to keep the Books. If necessary, will
triveeood Northern and Southern reference.
All letters addressed to S. DeWITT, Augusta, Georgia,
will receive prompt attention. faugTi dAwlm.
POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE OF THE
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA,
Penn Square, Philadelphia.
THIS College, organized on ihe plan ot the Inlustrial
Collrges ot Continential Europe, is designed to aR.rd
a thorough professional education to Students intended for
VxoTnEeRINO, MINING, AGRICULTURE, AND THE
MECHANICAL AND CHEMICAL ARTS.
The nexttemi-annual Session will commence onMonday,
Peptcmberllth, 1S51.
4 FACULT 1 .
Mathematics end Civil Engineering, Prop SetiM H. Pia-
MetallurgY and Industrial, Analytical and Agricultural
Chemistry, Prof. Aifrvd L Kinxi'dt, M. D.
Min.ng, Engineering, Geology, and Mineralogy, Pror.
n TiTftitia AM.
I Mectmmcai philosophy and the pr.nciplesof Slachinery,
, j, ft j.EAB30T and KexsiDT.
I XKRMS FOR EACH DhPARTMENT Ptt sessiom. J15.00
.Mechanical, Arcmieciurai, uuu . ujg. n-u.w..
Prof- John Ker.v. $10.00
French and Spanish, Prof. . Dt Airiaim.
German. Piof. B. H. E-ttrop. .,.,.
The Analytical Uboratcry fjr practical Chemistry is open
'An Acadmical department under the charge of J. B.
. i nM.;lil into which vounirer and less
proficient students mR.v enter and be rapidly prepared for
ine vwuege uour--s. , ,
Additional information as to terms. Courses of study.
Biding. Ac, may be obtained by addressing Dr. Awbio
L. KKNK...I-. ytPchnteOollPbiWd
President of Board or Trustees.
JOHN MclNTYRE, See'y.
Aug. 1. 1154 w2t-d w s lm.
A VALlABLE FARM FOR SALE.
j rjMiK UNDERSIGNED offers his VALUABLE
I FARM, situated in the county of Madison, 10
JTT ,v. ci rmm roz-tsnn. and some 4 miles
muBiiiiiiiira.. ii '., j:..a
eatol the Mobile and Ohio llauroaa, ine
.. . i i. nAn4ain uttniit 700 acres.
Said Farm has been long esteemed one of ihe very be w
in the county, and is located in a healthy section, entirely
exempt from the visitation of Cholera. There are 3.j0
acres cleared land, and a cflmforrable DJELUNU
H0USI"-hi commodious OIN HOUSE and good COTTON
PHESS-an excellent STABLE, and other necessary out-
htThei.aid Farm hasamo-t fertile and productive soil.
ndmirRblv adapted for the cultivation of Cotton, and could
be made one of the best s-.A-farras in West Tennessee,
being well watered wilh five never failing Springs, and a
beami ful creek. . . -
Any person desirous ot purcnasing, is mvueu . --"""
i l, , f .1.. snWriher other nartieulars
nave vei on uan 1 Vmr a Vt s
bert material and superior "Tkrtimir'''1,.,r in the next
are determined to sell at some price or oihir in the next
ninetv davs. All who waiit Uuggi cuk -
aug. 11.
V.T.'J.v.Ti7.w6; wiw UOCKWAiSEaaH
! ARj, GKOCERIKS,&C.
i. KERR & CO.,
IMP0UTERS OF 02HTJTHE HAVANA CIGARS.
SMOKING .VND CHEW1.NO TOB CC03
FRENCH BRANDIFS, MINES, BITTERS
SC01U11 ALES, rOXDOXAM 1CBU
PORTER. CORDIALS, FROIts' Ac
21 Cedar Street, opposite the Verandah. '
r)Q,"T AAA HAVANA, MEXICAN ,Ud
OO.UUvJ GERMAN CIGABA-The largerand
best as, rted stock in Nashville, comprising all kind. qual.
ities, shapesand sizes, most cf which are the richest na
vored, aud costliest Cigars that come from Havana.
Also, 10 barrels Havana Smoking Tobacco, (direct impor
tation.) with the choicest assortment of Virginia Smoking
and Chewing Tobacco io the marker. Dealers and users
f rhe above are respectfully invited to give us a call, and
examine our slock and prices before buying- elsewhere, as
we are selling wholesale and retail as low as such can be
had in any market in the Union. A. KERR A CO..
maylS No. 21 Cedar street.
FRENCH BRANDIES, WINES, CORDIALS,
FRUITS, Ac 27 Octoves fine French Brandies Ber
nard and Selgnett's;
5 qrs. OUrd, Signettand London Dock;
2 Hpes Holland Genuine Oin;
10 dozen pure Jamaica Rum, (imported ia glass;)
C Champagne Brandv. "
8 barrels Wild Cherry bounce
10 dozen Brandy Cherrtas, (French;)
60 cases superior Claret;
2 casks " "
4 " Pure old Sherrr;
4 " ' Madeira;
100 baskets Champagne, Clicquot. Charles Hiediick. and
other favorite brands;
London and Dublin Porter;
Scotch Ale;
15 dozen Sparkling Hock;
5 ' Malvisa Wiue delicious and nourishing light Wine,
for ladiea-1 A. KERR A CO,
maylS-d Atwtf No. 27 Cedar st.
LY'ONS & CO.
Importers and Dealers iu Havana Cignrs, To
bacco, nnd all kinds of Foreign Wines,
Liquors, etc.
No. 1 Ctrus Sraicr, Nashville.
Country orders respectfully solicited and punctually at.
tended to.
LATE ARRIVAL. CIGARM CIGARS Received
this day a large lot ot superior RegalU Cigars, which
tor Savor and duality will surpass any-ever brought to
Nashvilte. We keep constantly on hand a very large as
sortment of all descriptions of Cigars, which we trill sell
either at Wholesale or retail, at the lowest prices. Country
and Citv dealers are resneetfnllr invited In Himinaonr
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
P . L 1 UftS A UO., 1 9 Cedar st.
LIOUORS. We keep constantly on hand a full nup
ply of Brandies. Wines, and all other Llonors. of ra-
rious qualities, for either wholesale or retail by
P A.iu.dn;u 151 Uedarstreet,
CHEWING AND SMOKIIiG TOBACCO.
The lovers of the weed would do well to call on us,
we having just received an article of Tobacco of a wrv
superior quality. LYONS A CO.,
0i 1! Cedar street
LYONS it CO.
TX70CLD most respec&lly cill tha attention of th
VV citv and country Merchants gaarally, to their
stock or Foreign and Domestic Liquors, all of which wa
guarantee genuine. AmongU which will b; found the
following, viz:
2 pipes Mag lony Brandy, vintage 115;
5 V pipes Star 'Proprieror BianJv. vintage 1S4?;
7 l pipes Otard Dupee Brandy, tinUfa 1550;
5 pipes J. Hennesiey Brandy, vintage 1S50;
14 pipes aoorted Brandv, vintage from '43 to '51;
1 pipe Double Swann Holland Uic, Ji-sj;
1 puncheon Jamaica Ram;
1 puncheon Santa Cruz:
2 X casks Pure Juice Port Wins;
10 casks L'Durand do "do;
6 bbls Cherry Bounce;
5 butts Cherry Wine;
5 do Maderia do;
10 bbls Extra Old Bourbon;
10 do do do Monongahala;
Also, a full assortment cf IX.me.stic Lin nors. cencrallv
too numerous to mention.
50 baskets assorted Champaign Wine, jut received by
jy7 LYONS A CO.
DIRECT IMPORTATIONS.
JUST received this day one of the finest and most beau
tifullv selected stock of Meerschaum Pipes ever bmuzht
to this c'ty.
Also, a very ceautimi rot ot stems, gonis ct wr,;cn ore ct
Cherry.
Also, Amber Mouth f leces; 1'xbxccn foucnes and Uags.
All of whicH we most re.pecttully invite the attention of
tbe public to call and examine, u it is no trouble fur us to
show our Goods. LYONS A CO.,
jy7 19 Cedar street.
C. II. NICHOL,
J. PEACOCK,
JSO. F. SASDERSOJJ.
HICHOL, PEACOCE. & 00.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Forwarding and fommission Merchants,
CORSER or MARKET A cnCKCT STS,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
FRESH ARRIVALS.
JUST received per New Orleans, Cincinnati and Pitts
burg steamers, the following articles, which we are of
fering low for cash. Country Merchants and dealets gens
jally will do well to call and examine for themselves
50 bags prune Kio uonce; w doz nmoms;
50 do Lazuvra do; 1,000 kegs Pure Lead;
200 bbls prime N O Molasses;500 do No 1 do;
150 b$ bbls do do; iso cases cest r.ngtisn sooa;
150 rinds Sugars, all grades; 20 bags Race Ginger;
loa!Uru;ned and rowdered sugars, an assortment;
25 bags Pepper;
15 chests Teas, assorted;
15 do apice;
10 tierces fre-ih Rice;
60 bbls Soda Crackers;
50 do Butter do;
Cotton Yarns: assorted;
2 gross Wash Boards;
15 nests Tohs;
6 casks Brandy;
8 do Signette Brandy;
3 do do;
5 do Madeira Wina;
5 do Sherry do;
10 do Port do;
25 bbls S M Wine;
40. bbUSM Wine;
25 bbls Holland Gin;
60 do American Brandv;
50 do Old Bour Whisky;
50 do Old Monong do;
100 boxes M Raisins;
50 boxes Uod risb;
60 do Herring;
20 bbls Mackerel:
100 kits, assorted numbers;
10 cases rresb Sardines;
25 boxes Picklgs, assorted;
5 bbls Brimstone;
IO ills ittim-
2.V) bags fine Salt;
loo uemijonns, ass d sizss;
10 frails Almonds;
100,000 Cigars, var brands;
300 boies prime Cheese;
150 do Quart Flasks;
150 do rint do;
:5 do Uld Bye do;
5 0 do Fluted Tumblers, as;200 do Rectibed do;
900 feoirc Vail. assnnit- 9f dn Old Peach Brandv:
Together with all other articles usuallv kept in our line.
Call it NICHOL, PEACOCK A CO.'S,
reb3 Corner of(Jhurch and Market sts.
Bit. U. SOIL THOS. C. BUBOS . ITT.X
BEN. M, NOEL & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
COMMISSION, XECFJVINfi AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS IN
T0REIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
CoUegpStreet.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
200 bblsPike'a M'a Whisky; I pipe Irish Whisky;
100 do Pate's Rectified do; 2 do Holland Gin;
50 do Brown's D D do; 20 bbls Old Port Wine;
60 do Old Monoqg'Ii do; 20 do pure Peach Brandy;
60 do Old Bourbon do; 25 do Apple do:
100 do American Brandy; 50 bk s Chimpagne, B 1;
8o do N E Rum; 40 boxes assorted Cordials;
80 do Gin; 20 do Hock Wine;
40 do SMWine; 20 do assorted Brandies;
15 do Walker's Ale; 25 do Claret W ine;
2 y pipes Madeira Wine; 20 do Muscat do;
"Sherry Wines; 20 do Brandy Cherries;
8 y pipes Old Brandy; 10 X casks Madeira Wine;
iSrSSTwdlbrMlebV BEN.M. NOEL A CO.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
50 boxes Ous Jones' Tobaccr,20 boxes Missouri Tobacco;
50 do Boaz A Uoodwm do uo neniucxy uo.
25 do Boaz's Gold Leaf do;
20 do Mussulman 9 uecUr
15 do Pheuix
do;
leaf Tobacco;
10 do Creole lbs Tobacco;
10 do Albretl's " do;
10 da W'etheriuiton's do;
60 do Terry Melee Cigars;
30 do Johnson A do;
15 do Sam Woods'
10 do E S White's
5 do Read A Nash's
10 do Allison's
25 do Fennell's
10 do Daily's
do;
do,
do;
do;
do;
do;
40 do Cuba Six di;
dir 10 000 Napoleon Regalia do;
10 do Lnaus
10 do Young A Burnett's dojlO.OOO Jenny Lind
In store and for sale by HEN. M. NOEL A CO.
do,
C-RESH ARRIVALS. 20& II1IDS, SUGAlt,
" all grades;
100 barrels of Molasses;
100 hair barrels orMolasses; p
5 tierces or Rice; .
6 packagesor Mackerel;
20 packages or Cranberries;
150 1 ackages cf Raisins;
10 bags ol Almonds;
20 casks of Porter and Ale;
20 coils of Manilla Rope;
50 packages Market, Clothes and Covered Bas.eta;
100 packages Buckets, Tubs, Pails, Ac;
20 barrels'Pecans, Filberts and Cream Nuts;
20 packages Cogniac Brandy;
10 package's Maderia and Cherry Wines;
40 packages Port and Malaga Wines;
70,000 superior llavani Cigars;
Demijohn .ani250,000 g
JUST RECF.IVED-300 pounds superior
RappeeSnufi;
French
850 lbs iiaccaooy
100 iAindy fool SnutT:
1 Lot fine Havana If"6-
Oi'ewing Tobacco. The
r IP the El Divro; U.K A Go's; Anderson s, and a
general Wyuiot amber mouth p,e
60 dozen ripe
r inai rirA4 on band vet, which I
ce,. MiCHsCBAim. lienliemen wm u c
rABlb?fore purchasingelsewhere, as each pipe
in eallrna-here oore 1 J MOORE. Tobacconist,
1 have a "w u. r-r- doweU
iMtd before sale.
LitUe Indian, cor. Cedar and Ui.rry fts
""Til E AU Tl F U L PI PES .1 ba e just re
alotolthemostbeautifulMEERSCIUUMPlPLS
aplG
qiHOSE
...rhmwihl to the western country. I invite (?ntlemi 1
t o call and examine them, al the sign of tbe little 1.1UIA.1,
Comer Ol luerr a-" s-.
J. MOORE.
feb7 '54tr
J- jjsT RECEIVED. One case or Dill's nne ritj Leal To
bacco. Persons using this Tobacco will find it to their
advantage to call at the sign of the Little Indian, Cherry and
Cedar streets. For sale whstesale cr retail by XQQR
f FALL IMPORTATroSs if i
1 'ft A1 .?
BY L. B. FITE & CO
WHO LE.SA LE DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS,
Xo. 9 College St., UashriHe.
THF. tinis having nearly arrived when ths WhoIeggJa
. . Dry O.od-i market In Nashvilia will bo opened, wa
rSIi'f ,lenl!on of Merchant. to our Stock; of Whiter
HooJs .ovr ar iving.nhich will be complete in fifteen dsrs.
Onr buyer h? devoted near two months in too Eastwn
Sllf61 ,u:n? designs tafroduced. lor tea
Jall l rede, anu obtaining the ent.re line of FancrandDi
ruestic Oord, the lowest possible BgureV -
In jasnfleation oCoar declaration that we will make it
lareely to the interest of merchants to examine oorrtoefc
before making their purchases elsewhere, we be tocSl
their attention to onr ssteni of busings. claS and S
months' time, which not unlv enables
I profits, but which makes it indispensable irut w should
ao so loinunce ineir uuiintw. inis tact, we tusk, ouaht
to appear obvious to every one.
In our stock we present to the trade every variety of Dry
Goods needed. Enibraciug a heavy line of
Black and Fancv Satinetta, Jean, "Tweeds, Black and
Fancy Cassimeres, Heavy- Kerseys, Linseys, Black, and
Fancv Cloths, Coat, Bed and Negro Blanket", and Heave:
Cloths.
With a rich variety of Lsdrs Dress Goods, Rich De
laines, Ca.imeres, Coburg, Cloths, Silks, Black and Fancy
AJnacas, American Muslin de I -lines, PrinU.Gisghsnu. and
a full stock of White Goodie Swisses. Jaconets axidCrosa
Bar Jl'islin; kiid tlie vanety department will embrace every
articl'ireqiisite to makeup a stock.
We earnestly solicit buvers to ctva as a call when ia tia
market
augs lm.
L. B. FITE A CO.
NASHVILLE LADIES COLLEGE.
T!Lnelt?rLon of the NaihvUIc Ladies ColUsga win
,hJ5fIla.-,h!.flr3t,Monly of September. It i dila
li a pp Iira,'on for admission tiraido ca or befcxa
that date, as e e&n seat bat about 200 puniU.
FACULTY.
Rev. L- A . LAPSLEY, D. D, President cf tie Hoard o
Trustees. "
Rev. J. W. Hottk, A M.
Rev. ,1, B. LrsDsirr, A. M.
JL D.
Mas. si. A. Kxoi,
Miss J. E. Miller.
Mm. Fassrr Hrarr,
MtH.R.Miu.ci,
Mas M. A E. Moaoix,
Jlsj.KVA.tWm,
Prof. Jahis Dicooxi.
Vnf . II '
Miss J cua Norro.v,
CHiSflEs PerMSsionof Five Month?:
Board, Washing Fuel, Lights, in private tamiliss, $73 60
AUl.i-'u 111 . icoiniuij LCpi&l 1U1CU., KUUUti. I 1
and French,
Same Dept with Latin or French.
15 CO
25 00
20 00
23 00
S3 00
15 00
SO 00
Academic Dept. without Latin and French,
do do with Latin or French,
Freshman and Sophomore Clashes, indudisgr bath
Latin and French,
Joniorand Senior Classes for French, att j,
Music, Pianb and Guitar, each,
Drawipg and Painting, each,
13 CO
"arp. Prof 's charge
L'iploma and Graduation Fee, 700
For further particulars sea our Catalogue which can be
obtained at Smith's Book Store, or by applicatlou to the
Facully. augl dSw
Al! the dsily city papers will please copy and send
their bill to the Union and American.
VALUABLE IRON WORKS AND FARM FOR
SALE.
OWING to the feebleness of the subscriber's hesltn
he iitTers for.fale his Iron Works and Farm
1st. The Farm on which he now resides, in Williamson
county, about Tl miles from Nashville, cod tain Log abmt
550 acres of land "hich cannot be surpassed for beauty or
fertility of soil As a ' Grass Farm," it 11 too well known
to require any description.
The buildings are of uperror finfch. Thcra is plentr
cf stock water the whole year round Little iiarpcth river
runs through it
Also, the following tracts of land ore taikj, furnaces
and forges .
1st JACKSON FURVACE tojtfhw cfca about 8,000
tires of land.
2nd BELLVIEW FURNACE with til Us ore banks,
and privileges, aad timber, with between three and Cmjx
thousnnd acres attached, weii timbered aad watered.
d VALLEY FORO i with upwards or 3,008 acres ot
Und well timbered, i.r.dnu 1: thi. best fi.ter power in Ibis
or any otbercountry.
4lh" 1 1 ill also tell a crst-rsre Walsr-Power at the Kar.
rows of Haipeth, with a tunnel atretdy exeavaiad, and
about 13 acres of Und attached.
Also, .11 mv WaterPowers cad Ore Banks en Mill Creek,
in Hickman cuunlv.
I have also an Ore Bank on Duck River, tbieh is very
rich in quality and inexhaustible.
Anyone wishing tnpurchi.se will please call upon IL
subscriber or address him tt GondSpiing P O, William
sou county, when be will make known th terras, Ac
augS-m MONTGOMERY BELI.
STOP THE ItASCALl '
TWENTY-FIVK DOLLARS REWARD, (r.ra man wbo
caiis himself OarVAt EvRime, who came to my house
in February last, and set in to work for u.. and remained
with me until last Saturday evening, b thn look' my
hirse, saddle, bridle and blanket, and nude his escape, scd
has not been heard of since. He is a .mall man, of rather
yellow complexion; about five fet sax leches high ; he is a
thin visaged man, with a vtttowish haiel eye, aud a tolera
ble large nose ; his hair ia straight and black, wilh soma
few gray hairs ; he says that b is 25 rears old; he is a
mild ppokeu man wilh but few wordr he said that he Wis
laised in East Tennesser, and his fali.er lives in Res, i
county. East Tennoiffe. The nor:e that he carried away
was a yorng bay horse, two years ohl ; about bfteen aad it
bait bands high, with a bald face, and hind feet white a lit
tle above the quarter joints ; he has a black main and tail,
and is rather a brown bay; he is of the Tom liall pacing
stock, and cm pace very well, he is unaltered, and shod
before rhtn he left.
1 will give the above reward to any person who will
bringme the man and the horse, or either or them, or se
cure either of thain, and (rive me information so that I can
get them. " d. J. KITTRELL.
Lebanon, Wilson county, Tenn, ' ivfctf
TUK GREAT SUrt.NtUt r.viic. '
THIS grand exhibition will commence on tbe 2Sth of Sep
tember, 1554, and continue for FOUR DAYS, at th
Fair Grounds.
GALLATIN', SrMXEIl COCXTT. TENN.
These beautiful grounds have been tilted up at a great
expense, under the direction ot a committee who have
made every arrangement for the comfurt and convenience
of visiters, and e..pecial'y the ladies.
The number of Stalls and Pens for every kind of stock
have been largely increased, now far exceeding those of
any other fair grounds in the country. Most ot them have
already been engaged by persvns at a distance, and should
tbe public interest increase, an addition ot several hundred
more will be required.
The Society have also arranged for the completion of one
of the
LARGEST PAVILIONS
Ever erected in the State; the Canopy, alone, containing
over20,000 fcetof canvass 10,0w) feet of cord, witn 6very
necessary appendage the whole weighing over 7,000 lbs.
The erection of this pavilion over tbe beautifully arranged
amphitheatre, with tlevated seats suilicieot for
SEVERAL THOUSAND P RS0NS.
Will contribute very greatly 10 the enjo)uie.isof tbe occa
sion, affording complete protection from the rays of the.
iun, and giring tbe visitor a full view cf the circle and
grociids.
RiGULATIONS
All articles or animals intruded Tor exhibition must posi
titnlv beentered before 10 o'clock of the day of exhibition.
The Society's book of entry will be opene J'frum 1st day
' ol eptemoer, and persons are respecrtullT requesiea to
j make Ibeir entries before fhe daysof the Irair,
1 No animal will be admitted in the ring without boia;
i coctiDfv!. unless by special permission fmin the Ditictors.
All the members of subscriberb' families under twenty
; r.op ye irsnf age are adrairtrd freeot charge.
Tlie Fair Grumids will be opened each morning at 3.
i oMock and tbe pioeecdinga commence at 10.
The Association solicits comj etition Tor the premiums
j ln.ni every county in the State,
TI11 ollicers cl all si.'lersocieties are respectfully invited
- to attend aud participate with us ia Ihe pleasures of theoc
I cai( n.
AH the ladle wilt cenfer a Lvor by granting us their
: piefencei , , 1 '
W. H. CRUTCUER, Sec'.
I OFFICERS.
I CAPT. V. N. J)0LTtILA3, Prts'dat.
I (. B EDWARIiS, A ice President
W. H. CUUTC H KR, Secretary.
1 W. S. M UN DA Y, Treasurer.
DIRECTORS.
GEN. JOSEPH MILLER.
K. ALLEN,
COL. .1 C GUILD,
it It. HOWARD.
ROUT. WILLIAMSON,
nugll dAtwtd
W.J. DOUGLASS,
JOStPH HARLAN,
TYREL II. BELL,
SAM'L LAUDERDALE,
WM. CANTUELL.
i STATE OI TE.NNESaEE,
Duvidvou Countr Court.
1 AllSUSt Term, Ifloi.
; TNlhe matterof the Nuncupauve Will of Daniel Dan
', X. vaiit, d(aased.
In this cause it appearing lo Ibesaiisfactfcn Gflhe toart,
i on petition of Edward Vaughu, that Daniel Dun ayanr, lata
1 of this county, . as died, making a nuncupative will, uhicU
' Ihe ssid Vaughn nre.-enUd to the C urt for probar and
which bequwhs all of bis estate 10 Martha aughn; and 1 1
! further s?pearing that th following of the said Uaua
vant,towrtr Irvin Dunavant, Susan DuDavant. Jul Duna
vant Joseoh Dunavant, Wm. DunavaBt, Pleasant lluna
! ;STnoSaV Dunavant, Humphrey Duoavant, William
Moore, Martha Stow, Rhode Slow Mer Mann, and hu wifa
Snsan Utnn, are non-residenw of tbe stale of Tennessee,
I and that the usoa! process or this Court can EM be served
' upon th111- H nra-' "dered that publication be toads ia
I some newspaper published in swiue.ior w uaye, irmr.
I ,nz iald'tcir to come forward at the next October term r!
I
I this Court, to beheld at theCoort House m the city oTNiub-
Tilleonthe 1st jionday in ucioDer cexi, 10 comesi me pro
bareorsaidwill. otherhisethe sme wilt be proceeded ur
on and rhe will be admitted toprobatc.
ni?12-lriwAw40d F. K, CHEATHAM. Cle k
CITY HOTEL,
427 4429 Broadway, New York.
COiSCCCTtD CPOX TH2 KCaOPXAsr FLAN.
mills Hotel lias recentlv been enlarged and refited wilh
I all the modern improvement, ana is now opea for lie
p, of permanent and .transient boar Jers aad visitors.
reception of permanent and transient DoaraersauavuHio.
ul. Mrv. At .tl hniii-s ;tlif.r in thair af Artmepts. ( Wlttt-
r.ut extra charge.) or In tbe private dining "ma or in ibe
tlalt a mange, which is attached to the Hotel Thrs Hotel
beini located within three minulej walk ot the
, CI M ,hs pnf tor solicits a share or e tm
GEORGE W. ILVRIi
ang4 Em.
UllV Will una 11 in me.r u,u.--1.- nt-n.
Bl-r-L..
Proprietor.
ffER'S SCHOOL,
At White's Creek
At White's Lrern7r thra School will eommetce on. ine
-L &.8t - WnSSSd ihe vanons branches of a good
Sr'Sri, washing, lodging, fuel and
til nerse-sien of fire mouth',
lightslSO per: se-ww & L croCKER,
augO wAtW. u.

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