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IIOMll S1UER BM1DI
THE OXLY PER.VAXEXTLY OPXiAXlZEPBAXDIX
TIIK CITY, will attend to all calls for ramie both at
home and abroad, giving entire satisfaction -r no
charpe. The Band is composed of
with a complete set of new eilrer instruments.
All calls for music, for funerals, pic-nics, serenades
and jubilees will be attended to promptly.
W. L. HORX,
Manager and Cooductor,
pr2"-ly " 15 Sooth College St.
Health and Happiness
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
A POWERFUL REMEDY
A POWERFUL REMEDY
FOR" EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
TRT ITI TRY IT!
TRY IT! TRY IT!
70CNG MEX wbaira suffering from the effects of
1 TOathful indiscretion can oe surety ana perma
nently restored by using the
AQUA V I T A E,
1 Remedy o f Great and Certain Power.
MTh'is remedr is pot up in small vrala.and can be sent
by mill to any address. A trial will satisfy. Ise it
f.pr a week, ami you will experience a urea.
circular conUinuig fuU particulara Bent (free) on appli
ratiou. Price per bottle $1.
tw.ari will last a month.
X. B. TbU remedy is suitable for either ser.
K. CRCGER, Medical Agent,
47 Broadway, Sew York.
rotn the Idw, Philadelphia, Oct. 11, lSi
A rsKTCL Aimcis. A new and useful article, called
Spalding's Prepared Glue, has been introduced to me
of housekeepers. It ret.ar.ie auu rJ
brt,ve,sd enables every housekeeper to repair furni
retu.dlMHUehf.ld ware without trouble, as it is al
ways ready tr use.
Ilollowsy's Fills. Inditfesism, Flatulency,
mm H,,!, I.Wer complaint. .vtvooiis uu
Itiuivua y -
.nrl debility, are speedily and permanently cured
i these inestimable remedies. They do not merely
auqulshthe particular diaeass, but exercises so potent
and lasting a benefit on the system a proieci ii irum
future affliction. Sold everywhere, aiig.t-tw
Ejkji b Curr, Walekb Cocntt, G-.,
June 25, 1860.
M. Clark, Gregory k Co. : Gests : There are
i o ofmv friends here that want, each, nan dozen
ties of your Clark - Fuller's Ambrosial OiL They have
tried it and found it all you recomnienu i.
It is lor Stephenson Poe and BUckstone IL-ndricks.
Smd It to thorn, or to my address per Express, to
J auks T. Rope.
The following complimentary notice is taken from
the Missouri Democrat :
IXXEVjX AMOCST OF SCrTEKlSO RxXIETED BT TaKISO
Mil sax's STRBS3THEno CoBWAi. Since the 17th of
August, the following cases have been reported cur ed:
105 persons have been cured of General DebUity.
a ' " Ner-ous Iiebility.
Iiiaeases of too Kid
ISO persons who have been afflicted with various com
plaint?, Fever, Chronic Warrhoea, Pj sentry, Liver
Complaint, Night Sweats, Pyspepeia, and Weakness
of the Pegestivs Organs, have been cured, besidesa
large number from whom we have not yet heard.
Mclean's Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purifier
is a remedy required by every one in the Western
and Southwestern country. It is very pleasant and
agreaable to lake, and it ran be taken by man, wo
man and child.
As a diuretic, it will cure any disease of the Kid
nevs or Bladder, and as an alterative, it will purify
.h. i.l.vtd. and remove all pimples, sores or blotches
from the skin.
Try it one drachm is sufficient to convince the
most sceptical of its wonderful strengthening and in
Ses the advertisement in another column.
The Express Frieglit Tra n.
On the Nashville and Chattanoogo Railroad, will
commence running on the 824 of July in close eon
nextion with the Express Train on the great Southern
line, Tia- Charleston and Savannah and continue dur
ing iK Knainesa season. Throoeh time from New
York EIGHT PAYS
July 28-tf E. W. COLE, Eupt.
I t.raM out mv entire interest la the firm of
N'Kiouos HrwBKKT, to Paved HrxrakST, who
win n.ntinne the business as heretofore. I will
assist him in winding up the business of the old
firm, and solicit for him a continuance of the patron
ag e bestowed on the old firm.
July 2, 1860. J- C. NICHOLSON
In order to reduce my Stock as much as possible,
K.rn, nw Goods, for a short time I will
offer my entire stork at cost, Tor cash.
rfc DAVID HCMPHREY,
C fT n M I For tbe INSTANT RELIEF aad
AO A 11 HA J m PERMANENT Ct RE of this dis-
ressing complaint use
Made by C. B. SEYM0CR & CO., 107 NASSAU ST.,N
Y. Price $1 per box; sent free by post.
FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
The Legislature or tbe State of Georgia having
passed the following Act, at its Session of 1854, pro.
hibitiog tbe drawing of lotteries within its jurisdic
tion, after the 1st day of June, I860, we will on that
' day, remove our entire business to Wilmington, Pel.
WOOD, EDDY CO ,
Owners and Vanafers or the Delaware, Missouri and
Kentucky State Lotteries.
To repeal all laws, and parts of laws, authorizing Lot
teries is the Stale of Georgia, and for other pur
dsroox 1. Ike General AuanUf of Georgia do enact,
That from and after tbe first day of June, Eighteen
Hundred and Six-y,all laws and parts of laws author
ising Lotteries in the State of Georgia, or the Tend
ing of Lottery Tickets in said State, be and the same
are berth f repealed.
Approved by the Governor.
December 11, 1S5S. maylS-tf
UK. KIACS U1SPJ1XSARY
FOR PRIVATE DISEASES.
jf -----p DR. KING, formerly of New York, lor
Jt'tZ the lart four years or Louisville, ky.,
T w and who has devoted bis attention to
tfce treatment of private diseases for 30 years, flat
tres himself, having attended to s practice for so ma
ny years, and cored so many thousands, he m ena
bled to cure all diseases of a private nature, no mat
tar now oad tbey may bo from mjndKioua medical
craaiaaeBt, or from neglect of their own. Dr. King's
I aapensary is No. 23 Deaderick street, between Cher
ry and ibe Square, second story, where be cures all
imiri of s private nature.
GososnacA cured without nauseous medicines or
nterierence with business.
tfrocTtrBB of old or recent date, effectually cored
In a lew days, by an operation which caases no pain.
Wbero a Stncture exists health caaau be en-ye4.
Perhaps so disease causes more mischief and under
mines the coostitntion so much.
Strains, with all the diseases ofthe skis, growing
eul of ceglect or bad treatment, can be rOevctually
cared in n few days.
Maaaax. Wxaubes. Particular attention having
been gives to that reA,aa an theconaequeaee
growsag oat of K.broogbtea in many cases oy the
dcsiractive habits of Hwossaterate youths, ao ez
ceawve iBrtaigencc of tbe paaaMss, a neglect of which
wdl saderaaias lbs eonsktuuoa, reseating the sab
yct usat Ir business or society ,asd ca. sing pre Ma
ture old age.
Females wno may be laboring with any dJBcnlty
of the Womb may rest assured of unmesiate relief.
Persona residing sbroad, by writing ax,d staung
their case, with a fee enctusml , directed to Dr. A.
king. No. 23 Deaderick street, Kaahvule, Tens., will
have the necessary med wises sest tc tneir audreas,
with serecsary directicns. Strict secrecy ooaerved.
OaVe hours from t o'clock in the moraiag antil m
tbe evening. julyia-.ndsly
I HAVE Jibs unpacked . and have now fcr inspect ,
UMloatfGrsnd Flaaeforte ever received
in the city C Naanvui. Ins attenlasi of every lover
of the "bong' of InstruBavsU is Inviied to this Patno.
Also several square
Pianofjrtf J of Sleiswar Is Jon't Uikt,
Have just been sJded to my stock, all of which will
be suid st New York Priors, fur caaa or negotiable
33 3nloii Street,
. J. A. McCLUBE.
. New Music, in great abundance, bring a. Wed
any to my siready large stock. juij s-tr
STONE CCS rruit Jars for sale by
Mgle-tf KAlNs, BK0VX k CO.
OA!IK NOTE AND EXCHANGE JOIST.
Tennessee. . ' . &
Bank of Tennessee, ...parBan of America yj dis
Union Bank, .. riXorthera Bank, par
Planters' Bank, par (Southern Bank, ......ldftj
Mercbanta'Bank, pan ChUsess' Bank ;.60cdi
City Bank,. . .par; Commercial Bank... .1 din
Traders' Bank, par; Buck'a Bank, 1 d-s
Bank of Commerce,. ..par; Exchange Bank .... 60 dn
Bank of the Union,., par (Farmers 'Bank par
Bank of Chattanooga,, par, Bank of Mid. Tens .. par
Bank of Memphis par IBank of Pari, par
BaakofrJandridge -.ldalBankof Knoxville, par
Kirer Bank, 1 dis Bank of N'aahrille, par
B'k of Claiborne ....J dis.'Ocoe Bank, Id
Bank of TaaeweU,. 1 disBankof ShelbyriUe,.. par
Baakof Trenton, .. (Lawrenceb'g Bank,
Bank cf Jeltersoo . tBankorWestTeaneMeepar
shocks asn torium.
Agricultural Bank, Broirrtt.
Central Bank of Tennexsee, Nashville.
Farmers and Mechanics' Bank , Memphis
Mechanic's Bank, Memphis. - - . -
Memphis Barings Institution. '
Miners' and Manufacturers' Bank, Knoxrille.
Bank of East Tennessee.
. par 1 Silrer, ...
Gold .American. ... .
Bank Asfalaad ... X di? State Bank of Ohio X dis
Bosk of LouisrUle .. dis B'k of the Ohio Val-
Comtnerc'l B'k of Ky . dis ley J. dis
Farmers B'k of Ky. dis Commercial B'V of
Northern B'k of Ky. id Cincinnati........ i'dis
People's Bank X dm Country Backs 1 dis
SouUiern B i of Xy. , cxoaCLt.
alabasja Atlanta Bank 10 dis
Bank of Mobile ..... 1 diAugusta Insurance
Bank of Montgomery 1 dis' and B'king Conip. . dis
Central B'k of Ala... 1 ii Bank of Afieas y dis
Com mere uu liank ... 1 M bank or Commerce,
Northern B'k of Ala. 1 dial trannah ........ dia
Southern B'k of Ala. 1 dis Bank of Columbus . 1 dis
sot-ra CABouxA' fBank of Fulton 1 dis
Back of Charleston..' X dis Bank f Middle Gia.. 1 dis
BankofCamden i-ais Bank of Sivannah.. . , dis
Bank of Chester .... d Bank or the fcale of
. u..t- i beorzia t.
rvunht tz t. Central Baiirtud and
Bank of Georgetown dis Banking Company i dim
Bank of Hamburg.. 4, dis at Ruik Augost i dis
Bank of Neberry. , da.K Ksilr'd ud
Bank of the Mate of i Bonk Company... ;di
Month f! rniinm . Marine ifank, sav'h. K dis
R-ic nt x.m(h rrnlm. ij i,- Merchantu' ftl'lacl-
Exchanee Bank of j ers' Ruik.. ....... dU
ininh.. 'Mecnanics' (wToies
ranMK'ktifiunM H Eank "idis
Merch'ts' Bk of" k'.C. f. diL. ".... - - X dis
People' B'k or S. C. i dia P"in ters' B k , y'h S
Planters' and Me- fimber Cutters' B'k. ,
Planters' . n.i u. iimuer tAitters' B X . aw
chanics' Bank .... tnoo baiik, Augusta ,s u is
Planters' Bk of Fair- ,Other Banks .... lodis
Held fi dU VIKGISIA.
Southwestern Kailr'd .Bank of Commerce,
Bank .'id Fredericksburg... 1 dis
State Bank. t'har'l'D K die Bank of the Common-
I'uiuu Bank of S. C. )t dis monweallh, Rich'd 1 dis
lothasa: Bank or tue Old Iio
All New Orleans i minion, Alondria.. 1 dis
Banks 1 dis Bunk of the Valley of
noma carousa. J Va., Winrbt-ster,.. 1 dis
Bank of N. Carolina. 2 dis'fc of y. Rici.mM i
Bank of Cape Pear. 4 dis utor wheeling.. . ldi.s
Bank of Charlotte.. . 1 dis Bank of Winchester. 1 dl
BaukofFayettevrtle 2 di? chaiige B'k of Va.,
Bank of Wadesboro 2 disi Norfolk..... 1
Farmer's B'k ut Va.
St. Louis Banks..
2 dlSj Hii-hmond 1 dis
6 .Manufacturers' and
B'k of the State of Ind 1 dis whlinir
Other Banks 6 dis Merch'U' B'k Lyuch-
luj.fois. I burg
.. 1 dis
Illinois Banks 6 dis Merchants' and He
All notes of this State' chanics' Bank,
should be countersigned by Wheeling
the State Officer, being. North western Btuik
then secured by deposit, of V a., heeling.,
of Mate Stocks; when this Southwestern B'k of
is nol done they are un- Ta., Wytuvviile..
saleable. jOtbei B.iuks
par(3 l prem.
New York Sight &U prern.
Boston (S U presu.
Baiumore -OSV prern,
New Orleans.... .... ( dis.
St. Louis . dis.
Cincinnati .... ...... Si lj dis.
I .aud AV arrant a.
70 acres, per acre 80c
: I 120'8
I 160 .
WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT
Hay, per ton
Collins & Co.
H. Collins and
Bar, com. V ft & 5H
Band, - 7 7,
Hoop, " 8t 9i
She-t, " 9X
other make 912
Kentucky , ffl
Best boirrron, (w Ti
rig, e!ton, 3ora)3
Pitteburg bar, 3.Ltla)i
Yellow, ft, 2723
Carracas, ? ft $1 1531 2o
Tallow. M'd.. ft 12
Sperm, 40 42
ings, ft 4
Mill Cranks &
Pi, ft 7 a
Bar, a 7i
oak-tan 'd.V ft (30
Hemlock, " 28
Harness, " 3032
New - Orleans, t
gallon, (in bbls) 40 4.'
Western Re've, 10ill
Mgar House, " 50
En'ish D'ry?ft 12,
Cum'd, ft bush 20 25
Sewauee, 44 1519
Java, V ft 18K20
Laguyra. 44 none
Uold'nSyr'p, " 8090
10d,keg, $3 25
Lard, 7 gallon ,1 00 1 10
Linseed, " 8a
Sperm, " 2 252 40
Tanner's, 751 00
Rio, 44 16.17
White Lead, in
Sheet, ft 40
oil, keg, SI 802 20
Chrome Green ,
t pound, 30 40
Span'b Br'n,4 4 5
White line, " 1012
Stone Color. " la
ft ft 1415
Sides, " 1510
Beer, " 67
Butter, " 20
Lard, " 1315
Meal, ft bush. 80 90
Eggs dox. 8
Carolina, V ft 6-,6
Barrel, a bush. 40
Manilla, ft 12)1
Bale Rope, 89
Ala. 4 Ten. ft 6.'10
700, ft dor. 9
600, 44 10
500, 44 11
400, 44 . 12
DRUGS k DYE STUFFS.
Aloes, 9 ft 25
Borax Crude 44
fined. 9 ft
Can thar ides'- $1',2
Castor Oil, per
gallon, SI 80 $2
Cream Tartar, 4550
Eps. Salts, 9 ft 5
Flour Sulphur, 7
Gum Arabic, 3060
44 Copal, 5060
Ipecac, ft S 1 75
Sack fine, f, bag -1 75
coarse, " none
Clover, 6 606 00
Milieu, 1 du
Timothy, 3 50
Herd's Grass, SI 351 50
Jalap, 44 SI 251 50
Logwood, gr nd 5
Madder, f ft 1&17
Magnesia, 44 30 I 00
clean, 2 00
stripped. tall 75
Orchard, 1 75
Opium, ft 88 60
Buck, bag, S 2 40
Sal Soda, 44
Patent, 1 90
Cin. B'n, t ft 8
Castile H. Wiud'r, 2sJ0
ter, ft 8tf10
Euglih " 1218
Shear, 44 -320
German. 44 12i15
N. Orleans. ft 1010
Havana, wh'te 11
do brown 44
Loaf. 44 11X12
Live Geese, t ft 38 40
3, barrel, $1213,
Extra, 6 506 75
Superfine, 6 00S 25
i Kl lT.
Crushed, 44 11X124
Raisins, rbi : 753 00
Powdered, 44 11X12)
Sl'ice, 9 ft 1112
Ginger Race, 44 S 9
Cloves, 44 25
Pepper, 44 1141
shell, a ft 15 1 8
Peaches, dried ,
bushel. l wse,
French, V gal $2 506 00
Jamaica, 44 $1 251 50
Amer., 44 . 751 25
Ginseng, V ft 25.10
8x10, 1 bx,S3 504 00
10x12, 44 S4 ftOfA
Holland, 44 SI 30 1 50
Amer., 44 40 75
Whiskey, 44 2C$2g
Rendered,? ft 910
Imperial, ft S 50 1 00
Gunpowder, 44 S 50 75
Y'ng Hyson, 44 40 CO
Black, 44 S I 00
Baling, V ft 23 25
44 ft barl, S4 00 4 0
Madeira, fg.,l 02 00
Sherry, 44 S2 004 00
Malaga, 44 401 25
Port. 44 SI 001 00
10x14, 44 S5 0d5 50
Wheat, bu-h 1 101 30
Rye, 44 1 lil 2k)
Corn, 44 80'J5
Oats, clean,44 60
2 i bush, each, 314
Rifle, V keg, S 7 00
Blasting, 44 S 5 00
Strained, ft ft ?12.S
Green, ft A
Mexican Flint, none.
Ch'mpa'e.fl dx S12'2a 00
Manilla, ft none.
Common , ft ft 2025
Fine was bed 83
IVE W FAIiC STOCK
1 86 0 .
Fite, Shepherd & Co.,
Wholesale Dealers la.
Varieties and ClotUlng,
No. 3 HW-ks- Building, north side Public Square,
WE invite tbe atttentios of Cily and Cmuitry Be
tad Mercbanu to our stuck
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
now in store, and ready lor exhibition. '
M Our stock w ill beSwsd unusnaUy attractive and
complete; sad we shall oSer tbe strangest indocemesu
locakh buyers and to all promts and revponsibte dtwl
crs. !!, SHEPHERD CO.
Extra Fine Corn Aleal.
ulAiiUmal snfmle last rreeivad Bar Cktawsd
Also, nity barrs I of the cleapest Food forStxk
m the market.
MONDAY MORNING, SEPT. 3, 18CD.
f li t c.id jci.t. v? x tt.antri
"Bell" Flour is . S . in half bag S-
Old Hickory do. 4 4 85; 4 44 2 15
Eagle do. 50; 18
Corn Meal, per bushel .SI OS.
Delivered to ill parts of the city. ep21-ly.
MOVESEXTS OF THE B1ILR0ADS.
Departure f Passenser Trains. .
' N ASST1LLS Cbattakooga - 1 A.M., S P. M.
TaaxBseus: Alabaha 4tl5 A.M., StOO P M.
LocisviLLS Nashville :Ov A.M.,&toO P-M
44 44 GaiUtinlC?presB4i30 P.M.
KoosruLD k Kcsttckt 6:30 A.M., 2t4& P.M
arrival r Passe a eer Trains.
NASSVIUIwCSATTAXOOeA s P. H.,8 A.M.
Tsansssa Alabama 10:00 A.M.. :00 P.M.
LoctxTU-ufc. Nawtilis 30S A.M,3tl5 P.M.
oauaiin axpressviiu A.sl
Eooxmis k Kkxttckt lO A.M., Jf.IL
Mf We are authorised to aoDounce S. N. HOL-
LINtJSWORTH as a candidate lor re-election to the
office of Mayor at the next Alanicipal election. ,,
tST We are authorised toanDounred R. B. CHEAT
BAM as a candidate for tbe office of Mayor at the
next Municipal election..;-. .;-t uIyI2-to
Slf We are authorised to announce John Hngli
Smith as s candidate lor Mayor at the easing mom
t'O It COl7NCIL.lrI.t.ll.
as We are authorised to announce W. 9. CHEAT.
HAM fo? re-election as Councilman for tbs 6lh Ward,
at the ensuing Municlial election. - ' ' junc7 ta
JO" We are author iced to announce ANTHONY S.
CAMP as a candidate for Councilman from the fith
Ward, at the eosoio? Manripiil election.
june7-te "' ' " ' " ',
ff We are authorized to annnance Rob. I
Crenshaw as a candidate for ' Alderman ofthe 4th
ward. July 16-4d.
Mir We are anthorized to unnmmce J. C. MoFF.R
RAN a a randiilute for Alderman for tbe Second
Ae We are authorized to announce Dr. A. A.
HATCHER as a candidate for Councilman f..r the
Eighth Ward. july27-te
JCe ISAAC PAUL will perve, if re-electod Council
man from tbe (Seventh Ward. july27-te
TJj3 We are authorized to announce JAMES T
BEIX as a candidate for Councilman for the Second
' J-Te are authorized to annouuee WM. SHANE as
a candidate for re-election as Councilman ofthe Third
aWe are authorized to announce GEORGE DAR
DEN as a candidate for re-election as Councilman of
the Third Ward. July23-to
We are authorized to announce C. E. H. MARTIN as
a candidate for Councilman from the Fourth Ward.
We are authorized to announce R. J. MEIGS, Jb.,
as a candidate for Alderman in the Fifth Ward at the
next election. aug8-U?
jr We authorized to announce JOHN DOYLE as a
candidate for Alderman in the First Ward. atig22-te
Ui We are anthorizod to announce ALLEN G.
ITAdtY as a candidate fr Couiiciluian from the 4th
tW W'c are are authorized to aunouuee Ir. P. S.
WOODWARD as a caudidate for Councilman from the
MXf We are authorized to annouueo JAS. B CRAIG
HEAD sti a candidate lor re-election as Councilman
from the Fifth Ward, at theeusuiog election
LuportaxTw If "Miss M. J." will send us
her address, we will take pleasure in sending
bur a most interesting and affectionate com
munication, from some friend of hers who is
about "forever to roam." lie sen tit to us to
insert in the paper as poetry, but feeling per
fectly sure that it was intended for "Miss M.
J." only, and haviag an aversion to obtrud
ing private griefs upon public attention, or
being made the instrument therefor, we take
this course to insure il&dclivery to the proper
person. San Francisco, Santa Fe, City of
Mexico, New Orleans, St. Louis, Chicago,
Oswego, House's Point, Halifax, Boston, New
York, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Richmond, Charleston, Mobile, and the Cuban
papers generally, are respectfully requested
SrThe young lady, with "very dark hair
and blue eyes," who writes as from the vil
lage of N. in this State, will excuse our appa
rent want of courtesy in failing to send her
our photograph. We are young and buoyant
and hopeful in heart as a strippling of twen
ty, but we have a wife and children at home
we're a "very married man." As for Mr.
Bell, we can confidently assure her that
he will be the next President of the United
States, and that tbe "J. B.'s" in the family
nomenclature of the next generation, will
have no relation to the "J. B." .who, at pre
sent, keeps Bachelor's Hall at the White
The Gallatin Fahl The Fair at Galla
tin opens to-day. We learn that tbe entries
are many and various, and that the occasion
will be one of the most interesting ever held
there. It will continue during the week.
An accommodation train on the Louisville
and Nashville Railroad, will leave this city
every morning at C o'clock A. M., and Gal
latin at 5 P. M, thus affording to snch of our
citizens as desire to attend the Fair a good
opportunity to do so. To-morrow the milita
ry from Louisville will meet the Rock City
Guards of this city in a friendly contest for a
prize which will, denbtless, prove highly
interesting. . .
During the past week the 6th annual re
port of the Nashville Building Association,
and the 9th semi-annual icport of the Me
chanics' Building Association., have appear
ed. The shares of the former are rained at
$146 92; those of the latter at $131 33. It
would appear from this rate of progress that
the Mechanics' Association, although it was
organized eighteen months after the other,
will wind np first. This is attributable, we
presume, to the fact that the share holders of
the Nashville Association are generally per
sons who do not wish to burn money, but
are wailing for the concern to wind np before
ihey linger their profits. By this policy they
are prolonging tbe existence of the . institu
tion, and decreasing the profits which will
accrue to tbena in the end. Tbey are stand
ing in their own lighr. . If tbey wish to ac
celerate the winding np of tbe concern, they
must do something to increase the competi
tion at the monthly sales of instalments and
make the funds bring greater premiums.
Bell and Evejlett Belts. Oar friend R.
C. McNaikt & Co., have received, with their
fall stock of elegant dress goods, an invoice
of ladies' belts, the ouckles of which bare
admirable , photographic llknesses of Bell
and Everett, tbe Union candidate for tbe
Presidency and Vice-Presidency.. We have
never wen anything more beatifol or appro
priate. As these belts encircle tbe beauty and
glory of the earth, so will the success of
Bell and Everett encircle tbe Republic
with a belt of patriotism, and bind tbe States
together in one harmonious and symmetri
cal body, lovely in all its proportions and in
divisible. Were we a lady we should wear
nothing else from now till November. ' ? v
New Method of Cowpttino Ixtebest.
Mr. Yasaksdalk has discovered a new method
of computing interest, which Is represented
to be a great caving of labor. Simple inter
est is ascertained by this method by multi
plying one set of figures by another, which
will give tbe correct result for any given time
at any given rate per cent, on any given
amount. The dif covery consists in ascertain
ing at a glance what Cgorvs are to be used.
Tbe lem is called the "Great Federal Self-
IHnstrailng System for Com puling IateresC"
Ut. V. may be found at the Watson Boose.
lIr. CfTars pet.
Tbs reputation which, Mr. Colyab, made in
1855, by bis speech at Merrttt Grove, caused
great interest to be felt Saturday when it was
announced thai ho would speak at oiht, at
the Court House. ' The crowd that attended
to hear him was large, and, we venture to
say, not one went away dL-sstioficd with tbe
intellectual feast which was offered for his
entertainment. . ;The speech, which was. very
alle and well considered, - embraced all the
trading issues in the canvass, and presented
them lathe most striking light 'How any
one could hear such a rpeecb and not forsake
his opposition to the Constitutional Union
cause, lia mystery. We trust. that Mr. C's.
voice will often be beard daring tbe canvass.
. . 4B
Union Restaurant. Mr A. Josnard has
re-opened' his 'well-known. "Union 4 Restau
rant," on Union street nearly 'opposite the
State' Bank! for the season. Those who have
patronized him in former .times will know
where to obtain 11 the comestible delicacies
of the season. Those who have never tried
him, will have to go but once to ascertain
where they can always find the best the conn
try dflords ' ' ' "
jZ3fln directing attention to tbe annonce-
ment of Mr. Hebchell Fextox, as a teacher
of music, we bnt express tbe general senti
ment of bis patrons in adding our own com
mendation. He is a most excelled musician
himself, and his success in imparting know!
edge to others his lcen eminent and thor
ough. His rooms are over the City Bank,
where be may generally be found.
Political Text Book. Hagan, College
Street, has received an additional supply of
tbe Text Book compiled by Greeijct and
Cleveland, N. Y.
" ;g-Mr. C. F. Thtbston has, we are pleased
to see, returned from his trip to the North,
and is ready to resume his music classes.
Parents wishing to avail themselves of his
services for their children, can find bim for
the present at the Sewanee House.
First of the Season. Mr. A. Jonnabd, of
the "Union Restaurant," received on Satur
day, a shipment of fresh Oysters direct from
Baltimore the first of the season in this
city.' They came packed in ice,' and were
most luscious. Mr. J. will receive them daily
from this time forward.
Ice. We are requested to state by Messrs.
Conrad, Chandler Jb Co., Ice dealers, that
the cause of their Ice Houses being closed on
Saturday morning was owing to a collision of
the cam on the Louisville and Nashville Rail
road, which threw the train behind time some
ten or twelve hours; they hope such an occur
rence may not happen again, and if not. thev
will be amply able to furnieh the citizens
with good ice until cold weather. AH their
houses were opened about 10 o'clock on Sat
urday. Cent per Cent. The law passed by the
last Legislature establishing a conventional
rate of interest as high as ten per cent., per
annum, went into effect on the 1st inst. We
will now have a practical demonstration of a
question which has been much discussed by
the legislative philosophers of this State.
Political economists, such as Adam Smith,
say, Carey, Ricardo, Cooper and tbe rest,'
settled it long ago some one way and some
another, we believe: lor these economists will
sometimes get crochets into their heads, as
well as the lawyers and politicians. Experi
ence is our school.
That f.e 1st Ward Bell and Everett Club
meets to-night at Goodwin's Hall, on College
Tbe Glee Club will be on band. Tbe
friends of the Uniou are invited to be present
Ftrk Fiee ! At about half-past 10 o'
clock Saturday night, the Clo'.hing and Jew
elry store on tbe East corner of Market
street and the Square, was found to be on
fire. The flames burst throoeh the windows
in the upper story, lighting up the city, and
creating fears of a serious conflagration.
Tbe steam fire engines were soon brought
into action, and poured such a deluge into
and upon the house, that, in a few moments,
all was dark and rather watery. Tbey
quenched the fire as easily as one snuffs a
candle. The store was occupied by Lande
& Elsbach. They lost the greater portion of
their stock. Their insurance amounts to
$5000. How the fire originated we could
Bell Grays. This fine military company
were on parade Saturday evening, making a
Nashville Trotting Course. We refer
to tbe programme of trotting and pacing
races which takes place over the Nashville
course the present week. Fine sport is an
ticipated.'. Open Again. We take pleasure in stating
that the Barnes House, on Union street, that
was burned out some time since, has been
"put in order" again. It is very handsomely
fitted up indeed. Mr. Barnes, the proprieto
will be pleased to wait npon his friends day
or night, and our word for it, that he will
serve you as good a meal as any one. He
will always have on hand the best of game,
fish, oysters, &c.
Ot3ters. Onr friend J. K. Fowler is in
receipt of some fine Baltimore Oysters, which
he is serving op in good style at their Res
taurant on Cherry street
Messrs. Benson & Wherrt, No. 20 Union
street, opposite the Planters' Bank, have jast
opened one of as fine and well a selected
stock of Hats and Caps as can be found in
this city, for the Fall trade, consisting In all
of the" various styles, qualities, colors and
shapes of American to French Felt Hatsome
of which are entirely of new designs, viz:
Pearl Opera, Nutrea Opera, Dark Nutrea,
French Nutrea, Opera Planters, Prince of
Wales. French Otter Brash, the Japanese,
and other styles in great variety.
- All kinds of men's and youth's Caps,
children and infants bats and caps of every
style and shape.
We also introduce our new and bastifial
new Btyle of Moleskin Dress Hat, which only
needs to be seen to be admired. The public
are respectfully invited to call and examine
our stock, for we will sell low for cash.
Nashville, Sept 1st, 1860.-31
Gen. W. B. Bate, and E. L Golladay, Esq.,
electors for the 5th district will address their
fellow-citizens at the following times and
places: ' , .
L Mnrfreesboro' Monday, Sept 3
3. Smyrna. ............. .Tuesday, . 4
3. Vcrsailes Weds'day, " 6
4. Fosterville. .Thursday, " ' C
5. Big Spring..... . .Friday, " 7
6. Ready ville........... .Saturday, " 8
The above list of appointments have been
agreed npon by the undersigned acting on
behalf of Gen. Bate and Mr. Golladay.
! :ft' ' ' - B. F.Ln.t.Aftn,
Aug. 29, 1850. ' Jxo. W.Bcbtox.
Auction ' Sale of Fine Wines,
Liquors, Brandies, and lYM.
keyr, uuder Attaciuaent.
ON TVESDAT MORNING EETTEHBER tbs 4th st 10
o'ciurk, BENJ. F. 8HIEUJS k CO., wUI srti, on ac
count at husa tt may cancers, tinder sttsrkment, an
sasortnaeM. sf -nns Liquors, ilrandtos, Wines, old
Whtakr, rl. will b added a rarkrty of olhor article
sold, aiao, without reserra U rash on delivery. '
ssftl-td HEN4. r. sirtFinw ft CO.
i i JL! vi t 1 1
St. Juskph, Aug. 31. Denver City advices
ot the 25 tb ait. ssy tbst tb population of the
gold mines is about 60.000. Mining opera
tions are brisk.
Tbe whole crop of New Vex'tco is reported
a filre.i J U Mi? I 1 Y
The Navajoe and; Cheyenne .Indians, are
still troublesome. - - - - j- -X
New Turk, Ang. 31. The steamer Ksn
nak, from Havana via Nassau, has arrived.
Forelfa per Steamer Faltn.
Nkw York, Sept 1. Fifteen hundred Gi
ibaldians disembatked In Calabria; 2,000 In
surgent) joined them, and all retired to tbe
Preparations for the defence of Naples con
tinued. I : i r M I i
CoL Cosing, with' 4,000 volunteers, quitted
Taomania, taking the direction of tbe main
Fifteen hundred men from Sardinia, with
arms and tents, lauded at Naples, but were
compelled to re-embark.
It is asserted that two companies of dra
goons have joined the Insurgents.
Ane Austrian Marine Budget Is to be in
creased 100,000,000 florins.
Tbe English Cabinet have agreed to. cease
negotiations for the admission of Spain as one
oi tne ureat rowers.
The income tax bill passed tbe nouse of
Tbe Indian Chamber of Commerce passed
resolutions sgainst Wilson s currency scnejie,
American stocks advanced.
London. Sugar and coffee quiet
t'rsm St. Domingo. .
New Tore. Sect 1. Tbe slooD-of-war St
Louis bas arrived, with St. Domingo dates of
The Spanish frigate' landed men and arm
the previous morning. It is suspected that
Spain is trying to assert authority over that
section of tbe island.
Several cases of yellow fever had occurred.
Nkw Tore. Sept 1. The steamer Cahawba
is below. r ... - . ,
'i be steamer Glasgow took $220 000 and
the New York $300,000 specie.
The ship Liberty, for New Orleans, arrived
at Nassau on tbe 16th nit. She bad been
ashore on Moselle Bank. $20,000 salvage is
claimed, and the case goes to tbe Admiralty
The bark Indiana, from Savannah to Ha
van's, was totally lost near Bahamas. Tbe
cargo of rice was mostly saved.
The schooner Virginia, from Philadelphia
to Indianola, was totally lost, with her cargo.
From Kew Orleans.
New Orleans, Sep. 1. Commandant Mc
intosh died at Pensocola this morning.
Arrived. Athens from Bordeaux, Bark
A. 11. Kimball from Philadelphia.
New York, Sept. 1. The steamer Ham
monia sailed to-day, taking $300,000 specie.
New York, Sep. 1. The Haylien3 have
concluded a concordat with tbe Pope to hare
an Arch-Bishop and three BUhops.
New York. Sep. 1. The steamer Cahawba
with Havana dates of tbe 25th bas arrived.
It is reported that the D. S. steamer Cru
sader captured a slave steamer which had
landed part of ber cargo.
It is also reported that Capt. Patten, for
merly of the yacht Wanderer, had stolen the
prize bark Wild6re from Key West harbor
but was pursued and the vessel recaptured
by a party of wreckers.
fcugars were little better. Molasses dull.
New Orleans, Sep. 1. Tbe report of a
fusion of tbe three parties opposed to Lin
coln is totally false.
Lm tatiixE, Sep. 1. Tbe river is rising-
wit h 4 feet 6 inches water in the canal.
Daily Patriot Office, I
Nashville, September 3, 1860. J
FLOUR. The market is well supplied.
We quote, wholesale
Superfine in bbls $6 6 25.
Extra " " G 500,6 75.
Extra " sacks 3 25.
WHEAT. The supplies are drawn princi
pally from abroad ; very little Tennessee
wheat being offered. We quote red at $1 10
1 20 per bushel ; white $1 25l 30 per
bushel. Seed wheat selling from Store at
$1 40a$l 50.
CORN. White 95 per bushel; mixed 90c.
OATS. 60c per bushel.
BACON None offering. It would com
mand the following prices, if offered. Shoul
ders 10 S; clear sides 14; hams 14. Sales
from store, retail, hams 15, shoulders 11c;
clear sides 15.
LARD None offering. Would bring 13c.
MEAL Is selling at 80S5c. bushel.
FEATHERS We quote at 40c. lb.
GINSENG 3035c. ft lb.
GROCERIESWe quote; Fair sugar
9J10 &.; prime to choice 1010cJ.; in
barrels Jlc. advance on these figures.
New York Coffee Sugars 10Jllc.fi fi.,
crushed and powdered 11 J12c; Loaf U
MOLASSES AND SYRUP. Molasses in
barrels 4045c gal; half barrels 45
48c; Sugar House 4345c. Golden Syrup
in barrels 75c; half barrels ,80c.; and kegs
(ten gals.) 85c. .
COFFEE. Rio 16 j17c; Lagnyra none
in market ; Java 1920c. lb. Stock light
TEA. Imperial 50c$l ; Gunpowder 50
76c.; Young Hyson 4060 Black 60
l 50. -
SALT. We quote Coarse Sack at $1 50;
and Fine at $1 60$1 75 ; and Barrel at
COTTON YARNS. The lollowing are the
agents' quotations for Cotten Yarns: 700
and 800, 9c. Q doz.; 600, 10c; 500, 11c;
and 400, 12c '
WHISKY. Rectified is held at 2124c.
f, gallon, and country at 5075c. gallon,
according to quality. .
CANDLES. Star 18c per lb. for light
weight; 20c for full weight Tallow, summer
pressed 13c; Sperm 45a50e per lb.
- Raisins Layer $3a3 25 per box; W. R.
$t 60a2 75.
SOAP Turpentine $2 25a2 75 per box.
BRAN. $1 SOperrwt
BEESWAX 27a28c per lb. ..
CHEESE Western Reserve lOallc per lb
BARLEY. Spring and fall 70a75c per
bushelf and in demand. :
RYE Is selling at $ 1.15a $1.25 for seed
from store. -:' . . "
market br Telegraph.
Nkw Orleans, Sep. 1. Cotton steady;
sales to-day 1000 bales; middling lOjjalO,;
Floor has an advancing tendency 5 62$.
Cora steady 6470; Mess Pork quiet 22 00.
The total receipts of cotton at this port for
the vear ending Sept 1st are 2,255,500 bales,
valued at $109,389,220; Stock at New Or
leans 41,150 bales. - "
Nkw Yore, Sep. L Cotton quiet; sales to
day 500 bales.- Flour advanced 510c; sales
16.000. bbls. at 5 45a5 60. Corn sales 89,
000 bushels at 66a70. Mess Pork firm; sales
700 bbls. 19 50. Coffee quiet; sales . unim
portant Molasses quiet. Sugar dull; Cabs 6J.
Cincinnati, Sept L Flour unsettled at
5 00a5 05. Oats 29. Mess Pork 19 50.
Memphis, Ang. 31. The cotton receipts at
Memphis for the season ending September 1st
are 398.791 bales, against 325,000 bales last
year. Stock at Memphis 1,709 bales. .
Large tud Tillable lisorlment of Fice
; i Cc!J t&d ilTtr Witthei, Fine Gold Jew
elry, cten eten tt Anctioa bj Catalogue,
OS THTRSDAY EVENING , Sib at early
Gsa light, BENJ. P. KH1KUW Co., will sell on
const of an extensive Eastern In porter, s large sasort
soent of saperwr rich Jrwriry, and One (joht Watcnes,
etc, etc, aU at which -will be guaranteed, as refire
sested. Tbe Goods will be open fnr examination on
Taeadar ans will be found worth; of the attention of
the trade. ' - i
Terms cash on setiverr. - - -;; t
septl-U BENJ. F. SHIELDS k CO
HErarBOUVS WOni fcr the Blaller.
i KLMKOUV8 HfT rr the Kidney.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHG for the OraveL
HELMBfiLDTS BCCHU 1ir tlie Dropey.
HELMBOLO'S Bl'CHU for Nervousness.
HELMBULP'S BTCHC far Lobs of Memory.
HKLMROLD-S BCCHU ler Dimness of Vision . ...
HELMBOLO'S BCCHU Sir IHincult BreaUiing
HELUBOLD-'8 BIX'H IT fur Weak. Nerres.
HELHBOLD'g BTCHC far CniTersal lassitude
HHJtHtHJl'S BICHU fr Hon-uruf , .
HELMBOL1V8 BCCHU for Niglit Sweat
HELM BOLD-" 8 BCCHC lor Wakefulness.
HELMBOLD3 BCCHU for Urmetw of kin
HELMBOLB-'8 BCCHU for Eruntans.
HELMBOLD'8 BCCHU for rain in the R-.i-k.
HELM HOLD'S BCCHU for Heaviness of the Eyelid,
s-ith Temporarr Suffusatlon and I if f?trLt- -
HELM HOLD'S BCCHU for Mobility and Kestleesness,
with want of Attention and Horror of Society.
HEI-MBOLD'S BCCHU for Obstructions.
HELMBOLD'S BCCHU for Escvswos arising from In
discretion, and all diseases of
- - FEMALES FEMALES FEMALES "
FEMALES FEMALES FEMALES
, FEMALES FEMALES FEMALES .
OLD OS YOUNG, SINGLE. MARRIED, OR CON
TEMPLATING MAKMA J,
TAKE NO MORE PILLS,
TAKE NO MORE PILLS.
THEY ARE OF NO A TA IL.
... THEY ARE OF NO AVAIL.
-' HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BVCHV
IS THE VERY BESl
REMEDY IN THE WORLD
For all complaints incident to the sex, whether arising
from indiscretion, habits of Dissipation, or in tbe
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE.
SEE SYMTOMS ABOVE.
'NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT II.
TAKE NO MORE BALSAM, MERCURY, OR UN
PLEASANT MEDICINES tXiS UNPLEAS
- ANT AND DANGEROUS DISEASES,
BELMBOUTSl EXTRA CT B UCII C
-Secret Diseases A I
In all their Stages, At little Expense;
Little or no change In Diet No inconvenience:
AND NO EXPOSURE.
Use HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BCCHU for Excesses
arising from habits indulged in
BY YOUNG AND OLD,
And for diKeaoes arteinir from habits of dissipation It
removes all improper discharges; and will restore the
patient in s short time to a plate of health and purity.
Vtm HELMROI.IVS EXTRACT BTCHC for diaauwaiut
affections of the most distressing ruararter.
Use HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BCCHU for all affi-c
tions and diseases of the
Whether existing in
MALE OS FEMALE.
From whatever cause originating and no matter of
HOW LONG STANDING.
All the above diseases and symptoms admit of the
same treatment and may originate from the same cause.
READ! READ! t BEAD!!!
HELMBOLD'S BUBHTT is safe and pleasant in taste
and odor, but immediate in its action.
Personally appeared before me an Alderman of the
city of Philadelphia, H. T.HELMBoI-D, ChemiH, who,
being duly sworn, does say that his preparation con
tains no narcotic, mercury, or injurious drugs, but is
H. T. HELMBOLD, Pole Manufacturer.
Sworn and subscribed before me, the 231 day of No
WM. P. HTBBARD, Alderman.
Price, $1 per bottle, or six for $5, delivered to auy
ONE THING CERTAIN,
A Trial Costs bnt a DallarTry it !
And be convinced of its efficacy. And it is accon-.an-ied
by reliable and responsible certificates from Profes
sors of Medical Colleges, Clergymen and others.
H. T. HELMBOLD,
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
104 South Tenth street, Itelow Chestnut,
NECESSARY CAUTION. Should unprincipled Deal
ers try to palm off another article, w hich pays a better
profit and is worthless, aslc tor Helinitold s, take uo
RAINS k BROWN,
Wholesale and Retail Agents, Na?hville,
Sold by all Druggists everywhere,
DR. J. H. MCLEAN'S
The Gr.atest Remedy in the World, and the
delicious and delightful Cor
dial ever taken.
It is strictly a sci
entific and Veget
s b I e Compound,
procured b y tbe
li8tillation of Roots,
Herbs and Birk.
Yellow Dock. Blood
Root, Black Root,
Cherry Bark and
Dandelion eaters in
to its compositioa.
Tbe entire active
of each imrrediect
as thoroughly ex
tracted by my new
method of distilling.
Morctakio&cioos, exhiieratingAuer taking.
gpiiit, and the most Infallible remedy for renovating
the diseased system, and restoring the sick.sulTerinK
snl debilitated Invalid to Health and Strength.
WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE
L,Iver Complaint, Dyspepsia Jano
Chronic or Nervous Ncbility.Dispasesof the Kidneys
and all Diseases arising from a disordered Liver or
Stomach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Iuward Piles, Acid
ity or Sickness of the Stomach, Fullness of Blood to
tbe Head, Dull Pain or Swimming in the Head, Palpi
tation of the Heart, Fullness or Weight in tbe
Stomach, Sour Eructatieus, Choking or Suffocating
feeling when lying down. Dryness or Yellowness of
tbe Skin and Eyes, Night Sweats, Inward Fevers,
Pain in the Small of the Back, Chest or Side, Sudden
Bushes of Heat, Depression of Spirits, Frighltui
Dreams, Languor, Despondency, or any Korvous j
Disease, Sores or Blotches, on the Skin, and Fever j
and Ague (or Chills and Fever.)
Over a Mi lion or Bottles
Hays been sold during tbe last six months, and in no
Instance has it failed in giving entire satisfaction
Who, then, will suffer from Weakness or Iiebility
when MCLEAN'S STRENGTHENING CORDIAI will
No language can convey an adequate idea of tne
immediate and s.moet miraculous change produced
by taking this Cordial in tbe diseased, debilitated and
shattered nervous system, whether broken down by
excess, weak by nature, or impaired by s icknecs the
relaxed and nnstrnng organization is restored to its
pristine health and vigor.
or others conscious of inability, from whatever cause,
will find McLean '8 Strengthening Cordial a ttiorougb
regenerator of the system, and all who may bavs iu
(ured themselves by improper indulgence, will find
in tbe Cordial a certain aud speedy remedy.
TO THE LADLES,
McLean's Strensthenins Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
Incipient Consumption, Wbltes,
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence of
Urine or Involuntary Dischargd thereof, Falling of
he Womb, Giddiness, Fainting, and all Diseases inci
dent to Females ' ' - .
There is no mistake About It. - --
Softer no longer. Take it according to directions.
It will stimulate, strengthen, and invigorate you and
cause tbe bloom of health to mount your cheek fin.
Every bottle Is warranted to give satisfaction.
. FOR CHILDREN.
If your children are sickly, puny or afflicted, Mc
Lean's Cordial will make them healthy, lat and ro
bust. Delay not s moment, try it aud yon will be
It 1 Delicious to Take.
CAUTION. Beware of Druggists or Dealers who
may try to palm npon yon some Bitter, or Sarsa pa
ri 11a trash, which they can buy cheap, by saying it is
just as good. Avoid such men. Ask for McLeau's
Strengthening Cordial, and take nothing else. It is
the only remedy that will purify the Blood thor
oughly, and st the same time ctreugtben the system.
Una tabtespoonful taken every morniug fasting, is
a certain preventive for Cholera, Chills and Fever,
Yellow Fever, or any prevalent Disease . It is pot up
in Urge bottles.
price only $1 per bottle, or 8 bottles for 15
J. H. McLEAN,
Bole Proprietor of this Cordial. A Iso, McLean 's Vol
canic Od Liniment. .
. Principal Depot on the corner of Third and Pile
streets, St. Louis, Mo.
Sold by W. W. BERRY k PElfOYILLE, Nashville,
sad a.1 1 respectable Druggists every where.
SpuriouB American Watches.
We are credibly informed that some of the Jewelers
of Nashville are selling counterfeit and imitation Amer
icas Watches!, for the genuine article, manufactured st
Waltham, Mass.' r ' ' . Vs -
It is hardly necessary to state that such Watches are
perfectly worthless as time-keepers; and when bought
tor genuine are calculated to injure the high reputatiou
which our watches hays attained. We therefore cau
tion the public sgainst buying our watches fmm any
person who cannot furnish s certificate 3t' genuineness
for every watch otTored for sale, bearing the number of
tbe watch and (he signature of tne Treasurer of the
Company, B. E. Bobbins. Weahto beg to inform those
who deal in the spurious article, that legal proceedings
will be instituted against them, upon sny well aafJhea
UcsAed instance ot their selling a counterfeit or colora
ble imitation of any of our products after this ixdice.
for the American Watch Co. '
; i.y sossnra & appletojt. Agenti,; -
aug-ttwlm 12 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
A New Novel, by Marion Hariand, author of Alone,
Blades Path and Moss Side, for sals in Nashville by
- -- i i s JOHN YORK k CO.. '
sg39-4f No. 83 Union street,
' NASH & MAR R
1 1 3 I) 11 A N CE AGE K T S,
SO. 25 C)
QTATESENT of the Company at this dat?, mie
l.-t. The name and loralitv of the Company
The liism-aBeCopany of Uw State of Tirgicia" jof E. hnioad. '.: - V i -2nd.
The aim unit of is tol vk. ' ".'""" " "
Tiiree hundred TUHi5aiid dollars ..
3rd. The amount of said Capital Slo. k paid in.
Three hundred Thousand dollars
4th. The Awls of the Company including.
1-t.Tlie aiiuHini if Cacih on hand, aud in t'ue band?; of Aieuts and other per'US.
tiu i nand.,., . . .- ..... .
lu iteetiu nauds.i. y .C ..... ,
Hi Iiand . , . , i . . . ........ . .
2nd. Te R, al Estate cwnl by Cmiany unincumbered
.iie incumbered or uuUicuuilMTod.
3rd, Loads owned by the Company aud liow they are secured, w ith the rate
f the iulerl thereon,
f 20 .000 ofthe temds oi' Uie State of Ti-nnessoo, btwkig per rent. int.ret.cost. .fl822 69
' Bonds'-beariuJ 6 iK-iti faiiesl.seouDed by Mortgage tai lai Estate worth
more thaii ,Oie lmnlred percent- more than iheitnount bned thereon 101550 0O
Roods beariut; per cent, interest sucured by lorVae. on R.l Estate worth -
over ftM-ty-five f cent. nkre than t lie aiuonnt ktised thervon... ;...... 114.700 AO.
Bonds beariiUr 8 i-r c-rf. iilteret secured by pledfie of State and Bank Sunk,
fromlwentv-hve to til'tv avc per cent, more llian the aiwmiit kcuicd Iberct-n 21,738 00
4th, Debts nf thiviOniftaay. se-ure4 by'1lvrt.ea;''--t?
6th. Debts otherw ise f cured.. A . . .
6th. IVbts for ITemiums .
7th, All other SecurM les a.- folkiws :
Ijoan on Hills dumunted and Notes received for Premiums,
Interest aci-rued tn Botid
5ih. Anhiuntof I.ialilitieilueor not due to Ranks or other Creditors
6th. Uks atiated and due . ... ....
7th. . ( . " . and not due ,
8th. ' unadjusW-d about.'..".;.'."....'..!-.
9lh. in suspense wait ing further proof
- lOih. All Ihe other.cUima agaiut the toiupAny . . .. ;-. . j. .,
llth. Thejnreaiet aiaount insure in any one rk...J..
12th. The greatest amount aHnwed bv the rules if I
villiure lH-pend on the size of the plaee and tbe character of the building.
l:Jili. Tbe greatest amount alkuted to be insured on any one block Depends on the sit cation and
character tf the buildnigs that coniin'?c it.
14tli Tlie act of incr Miration of the Company same as at la?t statemert - - .
i ; t , ,
' v .
STATE OF VIRCINLi, ) ,r , Tliis day personally appeared before me, a Notary Public, for the City of
tary. of the Insurance Company
or the Maw ot irrinia,
Uiven undi-r my hand lb 10th day of August. lSdo.
STATE OF TENXE?.EE, COMITROU JTfS OFFICE
Xathvillk, Aug. 14, I860, j
This U to certify, that the Insurance Company of the State of Virinia loi-al'-d i lii. hmond, in the State of
Vh-jrinla, ha. emnthed with all the requirements of the Code, on the s nbect ol Fon'itm Insurance Corporations
In eetiotw 11S to l.') inclusive, as wrtt as the Art of atU March. 1S0O, Chapter 215, Seclkwi 70, requiring s
deposit with the Comptroller of twenty thousand dollars of six per "ut. IU.iuLs it the Slate.
And that JOS. NAiilaiid W. .1. MAi:il are the legally authorized Aleuts of i-aii! l'i;iany in the city of ash
ville, Slate M TeniM-sx. . ' J. 1. id .MJtP, Comjit roller.
Tlie Pubscriliers continue to issue
aml renew I'olieies
' ' - VEGETAB1X - '..
PAirv ici Ij i-: u .
WE ASK TIIE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC To THIS
LO.V; TESTED AND UNRIVALI.F.D
It has been favorably known for more th;in twenty
years, during which time we liave received thoi hamls
of testimonials, showing this Medicine to he an almost
NEVER FAILING EEMEDY
for diseases caused by or attenditl nixiu
Sudden Colds, Coughs, Fever aud Aue. Headaelie, Bil
lions Fever. 1'aius in the Side, Back and lmis. as well
as in the joints and Limbs; Keuralia and Rheu
matic PeiOS 'i any part of l lie byVteio, luotluche
una i'aiiis in the Hi'ad and Faee.
As a Blood Purifier and Toaic for the Stomach,
it seldom luiLs to eure Ini'SjHiic.ia, Lid iije.si ion , Liver
Complaint. Arid Stomach, lleartbiirn. Kidney Com
plaints, Siek Headache, piles. A-stlima. or l iilhLsie,
Kingwonns, Hoils, Felons, V.lntious.Old Sot es.Saelled
Joints and tietieral Debility of the System.
It is also a prompt aud sure remedy for Cramp and
Pain in the Stomach. Painter's Colic. li:u riio- , !-euu-ry.
Summer Complaint, Cholera Morbus, Cholera
Infantum, Scalds, Uurns, Sprains, liruisi-s. Frost Ihtes,
Chillilaius, as well as the Sliims of Inseils. Scorpions,
Centiedes,and the Kites of Poisonous Insects and Veu
See Directiojs accompanying each Bottle.
It has tieiMi tested iu every variety of climate, and
by almost every .Nation known to Americans. It Ls the
almost coiistaut coinianion and inestimable fri.-nd of
the Missionary and the Traveler on sea and land and
no one should travel on our lakes and rivers u lUiiMit it.
Notice to all dealing in or using- the
IT:? great merit and uuprecednlel sale lias caused
some men to oner preparal ions of their ow n make, iu
imitation of tlie Pain Killer sonic using the nam.; u
sell their worthless stutt. Try no experiments hut be
sure and call for Perry TJavis' Pain Killer and be
sure that you gel il,uuii you vv ill a.u. a ui-t a gml
Medicine and the worth of your money inverted.
Prices 2i cents, JjOcelits and $1 (nr Imttle. Si!d by
Medjw ine Ik-ab-rs everywhere.
J. N. HARRIS & Oi., Proprietors for the S.i:t!i aud
West, Cincinnati. Ohio, to whotu all orders iiiil-1 lie ad
dressed. Solil Whol.pale and Ri-tail by W. W. Kerry .t I)iiio
ville, Kwin, IVndletnu A; Co.,lLiiiis X P.rown.all other
Iiruggistsof Nashville. Teiin.; S. Mansii ld &; Co., Mem
phis, Tenu.; lilward S ilder : .., Iahiis ville. Ky.; J.
Wright 4 Co., New Orleans, La. aiuJO-dauTy
Canker arid Salt nkoum Syrup.
, FOR THE CCKE OF
Canker, Silt Rheum, Erysipelas, Si-rofjilous Iis.'ases,
Cutaui-ous Eruptions, and every kiud of disease aris
ing from an impure state of the blood. The most ef
fective Mood Purifier of the Nineteenth Century.
REA D THIS no WITA CTS.
TTTHEN disease has been long iu the system the first
VV Haltering symptoms alter taking the Syrup is
that t lie Immor increases on the skin. This sho'uld not
alarm you, it only shows that the disease is working
out -just the result we want to see; apply the Cera Id
and the humor will heal, aud thediseasesoou ilLsapears
it being the product ion of a regularly educated physi
cian who has giv en this class of diseases bis w hoiu study
and practice; it can be relied on as the medicine de
sired, aud its good work accounts foriu immense sale.
Dr. WfaYcr's Cerate, cr Ointment
Has proved itself to be the best Ointment ever iuveut
ed,and where once used it has never been known to
tail of eflecliug a TUiancnl eure of Old Sores. Tetter
and Ringworm, Scald Head, Chilblains and Frost Uiu-S,
Barber's Itch, Chap-d or Cracked Hands, or lips, pim
ples or blotches on the skin. Sore Nipples, Ac.
Mothers should not forget that it h a sure specific for
sore nipples. A supply should always be kept on hand.
jfcjf- Sild by iTutrgists generally. Price ol Syrup $1
per bottle; Cerate 2i cents.
J. N. HARRIS r CO., Cincinnati, Ohio, Proprietors,
For Southern and Western States, to whom ail orders
for the above medicines may be addressed.
Sold by W. W. Berry & Hemoville, and Ewin, Pen
dleton & Co., Nashville, Tenn., S. MansQeld & Co.,
Memphis, Teuu. ; J. Wright & Co. , scovil k Mead, New
Or leans ; Edward Wilder, Louisville, Ky. ; John H Park,
Cincinnati, Ohio. auJO-dAwly
1)11. S. O. HICIIAKDSON'a
SHEliRV Will MT1S
The Celebrated New England Remedy for
Iljliilunl Crmth'paHun, Jauwiire, fkrer and Affile, Gt-n-eral
IMaliy, and all Dimet arising f, um a
Disurdsred. Stomach , Liter or Butotls,
IS used aud recommended by leading Physicians of the
country, and all who try it pronounce it valuable.
Dr. Jatiies 1. Iiii'ire, writes from Navaree, Stark
Co., Ohio, '-the Hitters are highly praised by those suf
fering from indigestion, lyspeisia aud liver complaint.
E. S. Iavis, Postmaster at Williamsport, .Ohio, says,
4ilhey give great satisfaction. I use them myself,
having taken cold, lnvunie prostrate and lotd my appe
tite. It relieved me. and I can recommend it with
great assurance of its merits."
Dr. Wiu. F Kerr, of Hogersville, Ind.. writes ns thit
they are the nee'l valuable medicine oll'ered. He lias
recommended them with great success, and with them
made several cures of palpitatk.il of the heart and geu
Thomas Stanford. Esq., lilountsville, Henry co., Ind.,
writes us a long letter, under date of May 4,lSiO. He
was much reduced, having been afflicted forliiroeyears
with great nervous debility, Kil)itation of the heart of
the uueit severe and prostrating character k44after using
a few bottles I was completely restored, and am now iu
robust health." . f
George W. Hoffman says he was afflicted with rheu
matism for twenty years, iu all its various forms aud
at the date of his" letter he had bc?n two years well,
the Hitters eiU-ctuig the cure, when several physicians
attending turn could do bim no good. ' lie Kays, 4-for
Rheumatism, dyscisia, liver coiuplaiut, kidney affec
tion, or droey, it is a specific, certain remedy." And
such is the uews from all quarters of the country.
It Is sold by most dealers in mndicine price 70 cents
per bottle. J. N. HARRIS ii CO.,
Cincinnati, Ohio, Irojirietor for the Southern and West
ern Status, to whom address all orders.
For sale Wholesale and Retail by W. W. Berry k De
moville; Ewin, Pendleton k Co., Rains k Browu, Nash
ville, Teun.; . Matislield k Co., Memphis, Teuu. ; J.
Wright Co. and Scovil k Means, New Orleans; J. D.
Park, Cinciuiiali, Ohio; Edward Wilder, lMiisville,
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Life Pills and Phoenix EMers.
rpiIESE MEDIO NK have now been before the pub
X lie for a ienod of THIliTV YEARS, and during
that time hare maintained asiigh character in auixn-t
every p;u-t of the Ckdw', for tlieir extraordinary and
immedkite power of restoring jhi fect health to persons
suU'erim: under nearly every kind ol disease to which
the human frame is liable.
The following are among the distressing variety ol
human diseases in hieh the
Vojctable Life 3Icdicines .
Are known to be infallible.
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing the first and
seeuuti ctouiaelu. and creating a How of pure.i liealll.y
bile, instead of the Ftale and acrid kind; IXAT1I
LENCY, Los ok AceirrrrK, Humntx, huiiunx.
Kii.-TLKs..E.ss. 1. Tkspkr, Ajwxiktt, Lanuioe aud VI o-a-NCUollv,
w hieh are the general symptoms of livspep.
sia. will vanish, as a natural consequence of its cure.-
COSTIVE NESS, by cleansing the whole length of
the mu. -lilies w uii a solvent process, aud without vio
lence; all violent purges leave the bowels cofctive with,
in two days.
FEVERS of all kinds, by restoring the blood to s
regular circulation, through the process of respiration
iu such rases. and the thirough slutkuof all intestinal
oli-true I urn in others.
The 1 jfk MKititi.vKs, have been known tocure RJTFTT
MATIStl pTiii.uu-nliy in three weeks, and GOUT "
hail ttial tune, by reiiHvuig local iunammaliuu Irom
the miifn-les and luriineuts ot tlie joints.
DK0PSIES of all k mds, by freeing and strengthen
ing liie kmues aud blailder; they operate mt dej
hlitliilly on I lies. iuiirtaul organs, and liue have
ever lus-n found a eel lam remedv lor the worst cases ol
Ab-, WORMS, by di-Wiring from the turnings of
tlie bowecs the i-lnny matter to w hich these creatures
, SCUEVY, TJLCEES & INVETERATE SORTS,
by lue ierlvct purity wlneh tliet 1JIE MEldCLNES
ve to t.ie M (, hu,i all tli. humors.
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD COMPLEX
IO.NS, by tueir alleiaiiveeU.vl ukn thetliiids tlitfeed
the skin, and the m.irliid state of w hich occasmus all
eruptive coiulaiuLs, saliow, cloudy, aud other dla
The use of these Pills for a very short time will effect
an entire cure of SALT RHEUM, and a striking im
provemeut in the e,..oi,es ot I lie skin. COMMON
COLDS and INFLUENZA will always be cured by
one liir-, or lv two iu lue worst case's.
PILLS. The original proprietor of these Medicines
was cured of Piles of 25 vears standing by the use of
theUFE MEDICINES alone.
FEVER AND AGUE. For this scourge of the
Wcsu-ru country, these .Veuicines wiU be found a safe,
speedy and certain remedy, other medicines lea vet ho
system subject to areturuof the disease a cura by
these Medicines is crmaueul TRY THEM, BE SATIS
FIED AND EE CURED.
BILIOUS FEVERS & LIVES COMPLAINTS.
UkM-KAL 1IKHIIJTY, liOSS OK Al'I'kllTK, M1U llhkASI&lUI'
Fkhalk the Mediciues have been used with the most
beneficial results iu rases of this description: King's
Evil and Scroktla, iu its worst forms, yields to the
mild yet powerful act nuiol these remarkable Medicines.
Night Swkats, Xkkvim.3 Itkiutv. Nkrvoi-s Complaints
Of all kill' IS. PaLKITATIOXjOK TIIK HlURT, PaIXTEKS CoUO
are speediiv curd.
MtlRCURlAL DISEASES. Persons whose con
stitutions uave bc4iuie iini-auei by the injudicious use
of Mercury, w ill hud these Medicines a perfect cure, as
they never fail to eradicate from the system, all the ef
fects of Mercury, hiliaitflv sooner than tbe -most pow
erful preratH'US of SarsaparilU.
Prepared and sold bv
AV. II. 3IOFFAT,
235 IIroadwat, Nrw Toss.
FilR SAIj; BY ALL DRUGtilSTS.
Ai aperient and stomacnie preparatioa of
T iSZl VTVT' fi tt lf ATVIrnn AVtrl Oa VVkS m AtM.
S aiAAauw WAjgwa SS li tA XCSvA. waa t j vvur
bustioa in Hydrogen, of high medical' author.
i:y and extraordinary efficacy in each of the
f i 1 "ytt -n f. .nnin1oiTi tH f
DEBILITY, NERVOUS AFFECTIONS, EMA
CIATION, dyspepsia. Diarrhea, constl
PtTION. SCROFULA, SALT RHEUM. SCURVY,
JAUNDICE. LIVER COMPLAINTS RHEUMA
TISM, MERCURIAL CONSEQUENCES, INTER.
KiTTEXT FEVERS, NEURALGIA, CHR0XIC
HEADACHES, FEMALE WEAKHESS, MIS
MENSTRUATION. WHITES, CHLOROSIS, ete..
PIMPLES ON THE FACE, ROUGHNESS 0
THE SKIN, ctS. .
- Tha IR0X being absorbed by the blood, and
lb us circulating through the whole system, no
part cf tho body can escape their truly wonder,
The experience of thousand! daily proves that
no preparation of Iron can for a moment ba
compared with it. Impurities of the blood, de
pression of vital energy, pale and otherwise
sickly complexions indicate its necessity in al
most every conceivable case. In all cases of
female debility (Quor alb us, chlorous, etc.), its
ejects are delightfully renovating. "So remedy
has ever been discovered, in the vhole history
of insdicine, which exerts such prompt, happy,
and Tully restorative effects. Good appetite, cora
platsj digestion, rapid acquisition of strength,
w.t3. an nnasual disposition for active and
cheerful exercise, immediately follow its use.
As a gTand stomachic and general restorativ
it has so superior and no substitute.
Pnl up In nest flat metal boxes emtalirK
,V. plUiTprkSO cents per lxtslx Ho-5
ri- wne ikH hoses. OO. FVr ssja by
- dlrea?on receipt of the prtee. AU let
t.r. order., rtc shoald be ddres4 t
K. B. XOCKE &CO., -General
fl. It. Tlc above la
latM 1 on etwla box.
si rac-wlmll mt tbs
iciporuui to uoase-Keepers
E. It. OUKKEE & CO.'S
Uutranteed not ouly
" ABSOLUTELY AXD PERFECTLY PCKK,
but ground from fresh Spices, aetactad and cleaned
by ua exprosmly for ths purpoiie, without refersncs
t cost. They are beuutilc'ly packed Is tis-loil,
(tiaed with paper.) tn prevent injury by Keeping '
and are full wt&ht, while the ordinary Spice ars
altnoet iurariably short. warrant them Is point
of slreugtb and richooa of uaror,
REYOXD ALL CMMPARISON,
ss a single trial will abundantly prove.
Manufactured oniy by
E. R. liURKEK CO.
feblfUdAwtf 1HI HarltMt, New YM
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