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"SM SILVER BAUD!
THE ONLY FERMAXEXTLT OKGANKiD BAND IX
THE CITT, will attend to all rale f. uifk both at
and' abroad, giving entire ati-f;1,oo or tab
.buge. Tbe Band is cdffiid of '.
with a complete set of new silver instrument.
All calU ZjT muie, for funerals, pic -cm, seiena leg
BA jubtkes will be attended tu promptly.
- ' - W. L. HORN,
Manager and Conductor, -ar27-ly
: 1 - 15 Sooth College st.
Health and Happiness
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
TILE CONCENTRATED CURE. .
' -7 A POWERFUL. REMEDY
' A POWERFUL REMEDY
OR WEAKNESS - -FOR
WEAKNESS , ,
FOR EARLY IN DISCRETION
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
TRY IT! TRY IT!
TRY IT! TRY IT!
YOCNO MEN who are suffering from the effects a
Toothful indiscretion can be surety and pcrmaf
cestly restored by using the
1 Bratdy of Great and Certain Power.
This remedy la pm up in small rials, and ran be sent
fcy mail to any addresa. A trial will satisfy. Vse it
for a week, and yon w ill experience a great benefit. A
circular containing full particulars sent (tree) on appli
cation. Prure per bottle f 1.
ir bottle ill last a month.
X. B- This remedy is suitable for either sex.
Address, K. CRCi.ER, Medical Agent.
jj27-tf 47 Broadway, New York.
Front the Ledger, Philadelphia, Oct. 11, 185v.
A UdFTL Aancue. A new and aw ful article, called
Spalding's Prepared Glue, baa been introduced to the
notice of hnasekeepcrs. It H reliable and really ad
hesive, and enables every housekeeper to reiair furni
t re and household ware without trouble, as it is al
ways ready fur uie. aug23-2w
- HoUow)rs Pills. Indigestion, Flatulency,
iBilbous disorders, Liver complaint, Nervousness and
-c-neral dability, are speedily and permanently cored
y these inestimable remedies. They do not merely
vonqosih the particular disease, but exercises so potent
ucd lasting a benefit on the system as protect it from
future affliction. Sold everywhere. aug24-lw
The following complimentary notice is taken from
lac MuSfioori Democrat :
Lauxas Amocm or Scttxrivg Rkukvkd ax Taxic
McT.Bas'sSraKSOTBXSureCoBWAL-Since the llth of
August, the following rases have open reported cured:
10a persons have been cured or General Debility,
jja " " " " Nervous Debility.
Diseases of the Kid
i?0 persons who Lave been afflicted with various com
plaints, Fever, Ctror.tc Diarrhoea, Dysentry, Liver
Complaint, Sight Sweats, Dyspepsia, and Weakness
of the Degestivo Organs, have been cored, besides a
Urge number from whom we have not yet heard.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purifier
ia a remedy required by every one in the Western
and Southwestern country. It is,very pleasant and
agreaable to take, and it can be taken by man, wo
man and child.
As a diuretic, it will cure any disease of the Kid
ney s or Bladder, and as an alterative, it wJl purify
the blood, and remove all pimples, sores or blotches
from the akin.
Try it one drachm is sufficient to convince the
tcost sceptical of its wonderful strengthening and in
See the advertisement iu another column.
Tle Express Frieght Tra u.
ia the Nashv die and Chattanoogo Railroad, will
ot-cence ranning on the Sil of July in close roa-
naxtioa with the Express Train on the gre l Southern
. line, via. Charleston and Savannah and continae dur
.:t.g the business season. Through time from New
vTork EIGHT DAYS
-jQiy-i-tf k. W. COLE. Supt.
I bare sold out my entire lnurrt U tne firm of
NiCBoxsos & Bcxnitn, to rutin HrsFaasT, who
Mill conUnae the business as heretofore. I will
awcist him in binding op the businee of the old
firm, and solicit for him a continuance of the patron
age bestowed on the old aim.
July S, 16. J- C. NICHOLSON
In order to reduce iay Murk as much as possible,
before receiving new Goods, f.j-a short time I will
oiler my enure stock at cost, fr cash.
ttA f.AYH) 1U.MPHRLV.
r.A' T 11 U I For the INSTANT BELIEF and
A 1 II ill A F&KUANENTClREoitbisdis
rKfc:g complaint use
Wd bj-C. B. SEYMOCR k CO., 107 NASSAU Sr..N
Price SI per box; sent free by post.
. FOR SALE AT ALL DRCGGIST3.
iMy - illiy
The Legislature or the State of Georgia having
passed the following Act, at its Session of 1858, pro
hibiting the drawing of lotteries within its jurisdic
tion, after the 1st dny of June, I860, we will on that
day , remove our entire business to Wilmington , Del.
WOOD, EDDY Jl CO ,
O.ncia and Uanaaers of the Delaware, Missouri aod
Sectucki Suae Lotteries.
. lo repeal ali law, and parts of lawe.aalhonziug Lot
teries in the Slate of Georgia, and for other pur
Section 1. Ike Otneral Aunully of Georgia do enact,
" that from and atW the first day cf June, Eighteen
. Hundred and ?ix.y,all laws and parts of laws author-
izin, Lotteries in the Stats of Georgia, or the vend
' .ng of Lottery Tickets In said State, be and the same
are hereby repealed.
Approved by the Governor.
December 11, 1SS8. m.yli 1
UR. K1M3 DISPENSARY
'FOR PRIVATE DISEASES.
DR. KIXG , Cormarly of New York , lor
the last four yearsif Louisville, a.y
ani who has devoted his attention to
: the treatment oVpnvate diseases . for 30 years, flat
i ter himseif giving tuended.toa praci,ice for soma
nv oers. anl cored so many .thousands, &e is ena
bleu to cure all diseases of a private nature, no mat
ter hawfcad they may ba from injndicious medical
treatment, or from neglect of their own. lr. King's
i Dispensary is No. 23 Deadnrtelc sueet, between Cber
, ry and tne Square, second story, where he cures all
diseases of a private nature.
GgjiomxiUA cured witboot nauseous medicines or
uti-rlerenca with business.
tTWCTraa of old or recent date, effectually cured
a a tew days, by ao operation which causes no pain.
Where a Stricture sxu-4a health cannot be enjoyed.
Perhaps no disease causes more muchietaua unaer
mnM the constitution so much.
sttbius , with all t he diseases of the ekia , gro iog
out of neglect or OmX trratment, ran oe cuccrtuaujr
ccntd In a lew da vs.
SKMMai. WEaSaasa. Particular attention having
been given to this disease, and ail the consequences
growing oot of it, brought on in many cases by the
uesuuciive Habits or inconstaeraie joums.auu
teravr inttulgence of the passions, a ncgloctuf which
iu undermine the constitution, rendering me euu
ject onot far busman or society ,and cai.siug prema
ture old age.
Females who may bo laboring with any difficulty
of the Womb may res assured of immediate relief.
Persona residing abroad, by writing and staung
. iUt case, wiuta tee enclosed , directed to Vr. A.
Kiajr, No. 23 Deaderirk nreet. Nashville. Tean., will
i 4s the necessary medicines sent to their address,
unnecessary oirectuins. strict secrecy observwd.
union, jionra from ( o'clock m the moraiog nntd 9 in
, UkeCTVuog. julyiO-indawly
T I UAV t jqsi unpweaea. ana nave now tor laspTlioii,
i.l. the finest Grand Pianoforte ever received
'ji the my of Nashville- tne atteutaai of every lover
Ci .the "King" or instruments s uracil to tnai Piano.
si several squr
- PiaBofartei of Stein way k Sou'. Make,
irT. 1ust pl j- ad4 to my stock, all of which win
, " be soul at rvr Tort PrKca, for cash or negotiable
33 Union Street,
J. A. McCLTJRE.
. v New Music, in great abondance being adiUd
dauy to my already targe . "'
New Fall and Winter Goods
iip undersaaed to now receiving hts stock of Fall
X and Winter Goods lor Genllemeu's Wear, of all the
various styles. AloO, a choice tot of r uruisningjooiM,
to whtdh he inviu-s the attention of his customers and
tn. oubhc reueraUv. SAM PR1CH1TT,
54 College street.
N. B- Scott's Fasliiuiis for I860 and 61.
aug28-liu ' antaa
Notice. ' '
la order to reduce our stock as ruacb
aa poeeible before receiving; our fall purcha
ses, we are now offering: oar large stock of
boots, shoes, trunks, Tslices fcc. at Co for
Cath. SNTDEB &FR1ZZELL.
1 " I .Tennessee. 'If ' 1 I
Bank ofTenaeSkae,. ..par Bui of America J, (SI die
Cnioa Bank. parjXorthern Bank, .... .. par
Planters' Bank, par'Soutliera Bank, ldis
Merchants 'Back, parCitixens' Bank OOcdis
City Bank, parjCommercial Bank ldis
Traders' Bank,; par Bort Bank, 1 dis
Bank of Commerce,.. . par; Exchange Bank .... 90 dis
- 1. ..... , . . , MWIII.HC &MU ,
Rnn nf IK. I'.uui wmr ii'm wmw ' a L.
Bank of Chattanooga,, par Bank of lint, fena
Bank of V em phis oar Bank of Paris
Bank of Iandridge,...ld;Bank of Knoxville,
B'k of Claiborne
.ldis, Bank of Nashville ..oar
a dw Ocoee Bank. 1 d
ttacx or Taxewell, .
Bank of Trenton, . .
2 dis Bank of Shelby ville,.. par
iBank of WestTennesaoe uar
naocaji aXD woktblim. -Agriconoral
Bank, Brownrnlle. i
Central Bank of Tennessee, Nashville.
Fanners' and V ecnanics' Bank , Mempfa w
Mechanic's Bank, Memphis.
Memphis Savings Institution,
tirhmize Bank, Murfryrt'oro'
Miners' and Manufacturers' Bank, Keoiruie. .
Bank of East Tennessee.
Gul4,Amer3u. par Silver, ..... . par
Bank of Ashland ...
Bank of Lootsvdle ..
Commerc'l B'k of Ky
Farmers B'k of Ky.
Northern B'k of Ky.
Southern B'k of Ky.
i; dictate Bank of Ohw dis
y. dis.B'k of the Ohio Vai-
, dis ley 3Jii
f. dis Commercial B k or
, disi Cincinnati i dis
- dis Country Banks.... . ldis
Atlanta Bank 10 dis
Bank of Mobile .
1 di? Augusta Insurance
Bank of Montgomery 1 disi and B'king Comp. i dis
Central B'k of Ala... 1 dis Bank of At'.enx dis
Commercial Bank ... 1 dis Bank of Commerce,
Northern B'k of Ala. 1 dial Sarannah Vidis
Southern B'k of Ala. 1 clisBaak of Columbus . 1 dis
sotTS caaouxa :
Bank of Charleston..
Bank of Camden....
Bank ofCbester ....
Commercial Bank of
Bank of Fulton 1 dis
W dis Bjnk of Middle Gia. . 1 dis
i (ijgBank of Savannah.. . dis
C' ais,Bant of the Mate of
' Georgia 'uis
Columbia vrfia.venirat rtaiiroaaana
Bank of Georgetown ' Company ; dis
Bank of Hamburg.. , Atifl BtoT Augusta m dis
Bank of Newberry. dis Georgia Kailr'd and
Bankcfthe Mate of Bank Company .. ; dis
South C rolina . . . ; dis'rin Baok. 'n- h dls
B'k of South Carolina i. dis Merchant-s' A Plant
Exchange Bank of !'?' Z0-.
lumbia dis MwThn'cs savings
Farmers' & Exchange !..B"ltr",-,--", d'
R.,,.i- tfHia Mechanics' Bank, Au-
People' B'k of 8. C.
l disJ gusia.. ;,ais
Hu. r lauters a k. Mm aais
74 Timber Cutters' B'k. dis
Planters' and Me
rii Union Bank, Augusta S dis
Planters' B'k of Fair -
vrkuca mau.s .... Mjfivuu
field kadis' viBGlXia.
Southwestern Kailr'd Bank of Commerce,
Bank sdis Fredericksburg... ltiis
State Bank. Char'ls'n dis Bank of the Common
Union Bank of S. C. adis' monwealth, Rich'd 1 dis
Loristaxa: Bank of the Oid Do-
AU New Orleans i minion, Alexdria.. 1 dis
Banks 1 dis Bank ofthe Valley of
aokth CAaouaa. 1 Ya., Winchester,., ldis
Bank of X. Carolina. 2 dis gfc of Va., Richm'd 1 dis
Bank of Cape Pear. 2 dis wheelii.g . . . ldis
Bank or M,arlotie... a ois Winchester.
Bank of FayettevUle 2 dis ,.,,,! B.k & Va
Bank of Wadesboro' 2 disj Norfk
WSdOru. brmrr's B'k of Vii. .
St. Louis Banks.... 2 dis; Richmond
Country Banks dis Manufacturers' ano
i-voiA-va. Farmers' Bank.
B k ofthe State of Ind 1 dia whwlinc .........
Other Banks 5 dis jjerch'U' B'k Lynch
lLuxots. j burg.......
Illinois Banks 5 dis Merchants' and Mc-
All- notes of this State! cbanics' Bank,
should be countersigned byl Wheeling..
the State Oihcer, beinr. Northwestern Bank
then secured by denosii of Va.. Wheeling..
of State Stocks; when this South western B'k of
is not done they are un-! va., nytavvuie,
saleable. lOthet Banks
... fSfS dis.
. .. &H dis
. . . &i di3.
New York Sight.
Cincinnati . . . ..
70 acres, per acre ..8oc I 120'B
go's 70c 1 16
WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT
Hay, per ton
Collins 3t Co.
H. Collins and
Bar, com. V ft (3 6i
other make ai2il2
Tenuessee, wide, (S
Yellow, V ft, S7338
Carracas. 9 ft $115(31 25
Tallow, M'd, ft ll
pg,ft as 7;
Bar, " 7',
oak la a' d, V ft (33o
Skirting, 44 (334
Hemlock, 44 (32J
Harness. 44 30(33
New - Orleans, i
gallon, (in bbis) 40,4l
T gal.,(V; bbls) 44(348
ings, W lb
Mill Cranks &
Sugar House, 44 (350
Eo iah D'ryft l-i
10d,fi keg, $326
Lard,gallou,l 00(31 10
cur t tt.
lanseea, 44 tu
Jsva, t1 ft 18i.20
Sperm, 44 2 25(32 40
Tanner's, 44 75(31 OO
Rio, " lG.&n
White Lead, in
Sheet,"? ft (S0
oil, keg, $1 80(32 ai
Chrome breen ,
i pound, 30,340
Hemp, fa !,
Bale Rope, S9
Span h Br n," 4(3 5
White xinc, 44 10(312
Brown, 44 (3 V
Stone Color 44 (310
Ala. a Ten. tl ft d.10
Hams, V ft
700, y doa. S
Aloes, ft 260
Borax Crude "
Butter, 44 20(3
Lard, 44 13 15
Meal, f bush. 80(390
Eggs dor. 83
Carolma, t ft 5,(36
Barrel, V bush. 40
nned. V IB
Cantbaridea " tlmi2)i
Castor Oil, per
Sack line, f. bag 175
gallon, si oofai
coarse, 44 none
Cream Tartar. 45050
Eps. Salts, Tf ft
Clover, 6 50(30 00
Millet t, 1 50(3
Timothy. - 3 50(3
Herd's Grass, $1 35(31 50
Ipecac. ft $ (3)1 75
Jalap, l tt(a 60
lAgwood, gr'nd (d 6
clean, 2 00(3
Madder, r ft itKal"
Magnesia, 3f(ail 00
Orchard, . 1
Buck, t bag, $
Patent, 44 $
Opium, y ft 8(08 50
Sal Soda, 44
Cin. B'n, ft (3 8
Castile & Wind'r, 2bi330
ter, ft ft 8(310
English 44 44 12(318
Cast. 44 (320
Shear, 44 jw2Q
German. 44 12.(31a
Uve Geese, ft aS(340
3, V barrel, iz,'ovi-JS
N. Orleans, ft 10,310 J
Extra, 6 50,'ao 76
Havana, whte (311
do brown 44 ' (3
Super one, 6 0036 2o
Loaf. 44 11X(312
Crushed, 44 1112,S
Powdered, 44 11(3 12 X
Raisins, bi t 7&S3 00
Spice, l ft 11(312
Ginger Race, 44 8(3 a
Cloves, ; 25(3
Pepper, 44 11(31
bushel, i oo
French, f gal $250(34 00
Ginseng, fl ft 25aao
$1 25(31 SO
6x10, t bx,$3 50,34 00
10x12. 44 S4 &0io)o
Holland, 44 $1 30(31 60
10x14, 44 5 00a5 50
Amer., 44 40(375
Whiskey, 44 2CS22
Wheat, V bush 1 lul 30
Rye, 44 1 15(31 20
Corn, 44 00(395
Oats, clean.44 (360
2 f, bush, each . 13(314
Imperial,!) ft $ 50(31 00
Gunpowder,44 $ 50(3 75
Y'ng Hyson, 44 40,3 60
Black, " $ (31 00
Baling, V ft 23(325
Cider. gallon, (3
Rifle, ftkeg, S 07 00
Blasting, 44 $ (35 00
Strained , ft 8,312 .
44 i bari, $4 00(34 50
Madelra,lg.,$l 5032 00
Sherry, 44 $2 00(34 00
Malaga, 44 ' $ 40(31 26
Port, 44 $1 00,34 00
Cu'mpa'ejadx $12(326 00
Green. V ft
try Salted ,s'th'n 10,315
Mexican Flint. none.
Manilla, ft none.
Common, ft 20(326
Fine washed 28(330
rotted, ft ft 3
NE W FALL STOCK
I 8 60.
Fite, Shepherd & Co.,
Wholesale Dealers la
DRY GO 0DS,
Varieties and ClotUlng.
No. 3 Hicks' Building, north side Public .Square,
E invite the atttentiun of City and Oiuutry Re
tail uercnanis to our stocK or
FALL. AND WINTER GOODS,
now in store, and ready for exhibition. '
Our stork will be found unusually attractive and
comoiele: and we shall ofier the strongest inducements
locaalt buyers and to all prompt and responsible deal
ers, flic, rmu-riajui c ut
augSO-tr ' .
FOR SEPTEMBER. -
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
Just received by JOHN YORK Co. ,
-r-" - - 2 Unloa Street
' TUESDAY IIORXIXG; SEPT. 4, J $60. j
ROCK CITY 5III.B,
44 Bel!" Flour in 'as $ . in half baa. S
Old Hickory do. 44 4 25; 4 2 15
Eagle do. " $60; 44 44 44 1 80
Mixed Bran, ptrlO'Ji .,. ,nedllar T
Corn Meal, per bliel;$l 00 ? f
Delivered to ill parts of the city. sp2k-ly .
aarEME.vr s of tde eiilroaiss. I
Departure or Passenser Trains.
NasaviLLB &CaaTTASOoea 4 A.M., 3 P. M.'
TuiTfuEiikluusi- 4:1S A.M., 8:00 P
lariiviu.k NaH villi :00 A.M.,5:oO P.M
44 44 GalUtinErpress4:30 P.M.
kwiiniiu) KtATtcxT 6:30 A.M., 3:45 P.M
! Arrlral rPassenger Trains.
M ams tilxk k CuniiuoGi 5 P. M.,8 A.M.
TuttaisB a Ataaaaa 10:00 A.M., StOOP.M.
LottMVlLllk Na.SHVU.IB 305A.M,2:15 P.M.
44 . 44 Gallatin Kxpres:10A.M
oeriKi.i a Kiiintt-IO A.M., 1 P. M.
JUT We are authorized to aunoance 3.' N. HOL
LINGSWORTI1 as a candidate (or re-election to the
office of Mayoral the next ifunicipal eiertion.
1 We are authorized toanuouueed R.B. CHEAT
nAM as a candidate for the ofllce of Mayor at the
next Municital election. iulyl2-te
' if We are authorized to announce John Hugh
Sauitli as a candidate for Mayor at the enduing iiinni
tJf We are authorized to announce W. H. CHEAT
.HAM for re-election aa Councilman for ths 5tU Ward,
at the ensuing Ma ntcipal election. june7-te
irT We are authorised to announce ANTHONY S,
CAMP aa a candidate fur Councilman from the 5th
Ward, at the enpning Muucipial election.
Ew We are authorized to aunounce Bob. I .
Crenshaw as a candidate for Alderman ofthe 4lh
ward. July 16-td.
a- W e are authorized to announce J. C. McFES
RAS as a candidate for Alderman for the Second
Ward. . july27-te
jg We are authorized to announce Dr. A. A.
HATCHER as a candidate for Councilman for the
jEighth Ward. july27-te
S3- fAAC PAUL will serve, it re-elected Conncil
ma from the Seventh Ward. . , july27-te
JJj" We are authorized to announce JAMES T
Rpt J as a candidate for Councilman for the Second
aa-t'e are authorized to announce WM. SHANE as
acanoicate for re-election as Coiuicilman ofthe Third
Ward. july28-te '
We are aotborized to announce GEORGE DAR
lEN as a candidate for re-election as Councilman of
the Third iWard. july28-te
We are authorized to announce C. E. H: MARTIN as
a candidate.foxCouiiCilman from the Fourth Ward.
We are authorized to announce R. J. MEIGS, Jr.,
as a candidate for Aldorman In the Firth Ward at the
iiext election . . ; - aug8-te
y We authorixed to aiiiimaice J0HM DOYLE as a
candidate for Alderman in. the jTjrst Ward. aug22-te
Sf We are authorized to announce AI J.F.N G.
HAGEY a-i a candidate for ConiiaaU from the 4lh
t- We are are authorized to arw Dr. P. S
W (miHWaP.H as a candidate for Councilman from the
ar We are authorized to announce JA3. B CRAIG
HEAD as a candidate lor re-election as CoiUiciUcan
from the Fifth Ward, at the ensuing election
neatn of A, A. Stitt.
This event ocenrred yesterday at 8 o'clock
A. M.. in Philadelphia. Mr. Sim's failing
health admonished him some time ago to
seek same refuge from his arduous labors, for
the pur pose of recreation, and tie accordingly
left heire last July for Philadelphia, which,
we believe, was his native city. But it was
vain. Dieease had progressed too far to be
arrested. Mr. Stitt came to thia city, and,
with the inauguration of the .Book Concern
of the M. E. Church South, took the position
of Superintendent. The duties of that posi
tion were laborious and confining; they re
quired aa educated mind, good taste and
judgment, ail r.f which he possessed. lie had
also energy of character, and unbending in
tegrity, lie discharged his duly faithfully,
and to him the Book Concern h greatly in
debted for the exceeding beauty of the typo
graphy, and the cleanness to employ the
technical language of the craft of the proofs.
Amidst bis varied duties he found time to
gratify hL? social tastes, and especially a ta te
for music, and was amongst the roost culti
vated of our musical amateurs. The loss of
such a man, in any community, would be se
riously felt here, it will leave a void not
PnEMBJFs for thk Statf. Fair. We learn
lrom the Philadelphia Yaw that Messrs. W
Wilson &. Fon, silversmiths. Fith and Cherry
streets, in that city, gave a festive banquet on
the evening of the 25th August, to the skill
ful artisans in their employment, "The oc
casion.' say.s the rress "was a very peculiar
one. On the 9th of July, Col. Thos. B. Joiin-
eon, Treasurer of the Agricultural Bureau of
Tennessee, gave Messrs. Wilson, an order te
the amount of $12,000 for silver plate of the
first quality, to be distributed as prizes at the
approaching- State Fair, at Nashville, next
month. The 'bands undertook that, in ad
dition to the usual work of Messrs. Wilson's
establishment, this great order from Tennes
see should bo executed in time. The work
was commenced on the 14th July, and com
pleted, in the very best manner, by 4 o'clock
ou Saturday, August the 25th. The men
worked night and day to accomplish this con
summation, and the banquet on Saturday
evening was the employers' graceful, liberal
and acceptable manner of acknowledging
their sense of gratitude. The plate, which
we have examined, does credit to the skill
and taste of the makers, and to the liberality
ot Colonel Johnson, who ordered It."
These beautiful premiums are intended for
the ensuing State Fair, which, we are happy
to state, promises to be the most interesting
that has been held here.
' JEIA young man from Alabama, who says
be will cant his first vote for Breckinridge,
writes us a confidential letter, asking us if
we know of an opening for a '-young gentle
man of courage and enterprize to enter a
lucrative business in Tennessee or elsewhere."
We really know of no such opening in Ten
nessee. But if he has any faith in the cor
rectness of his principles, or any confidence
in their success, we would advise him to en
list, without delay, in the standing army ot
Alabama. He can thus realize, as we are in
formed, about $7 per month, and help along
the "movement to precipitate the Cotton
States into a revolution."' - When that Li'
done he U likely to have plenty of use for
both his courage and his enterprize. .
The "Latter Rain." This section of
country will have no cause to complain that
it does not receive its share of the "latter
rain." We had, Sunday, a glorious rain, and
another yesterday. The forests are again
looking gay, while the blades of tender grass
are shooting up above the earth luxuriantly
If we bnt get enough of the rain to make a
boating tide in the river, wouldn't it be fine I
$31, Tired of the sanctum f Well, we are;
we want to "cross over the other side of'
Ilog Alley.' and enlist as dry goods clei k.
We would, we know we would, make a prof,
i table attache, particularly in the ehawl and
scarf department. Couldn't we ; descant on
the beauties of the latest rtylea I We, (that
is, the shawls and ourself) would be irresisti
ble; thVladieg would never 4 leave, without
making a purchase. ' ' - ! -. .
'VRead the advertisement ot Johs Shil
lxio ft Co, of Cincinnati, in this mornings
r:The fellow n ha sent us a manuscript
(lithograph) iavitatiou to invest $25 in. a
Delaware Lottery, with a positive assurance
that we should draw something less than a
million "spondulix," will accept our thanks.
W r accumulating a fund, out of accruing
legacies from our Saxon ana Celtic ancestors
for that eepvcial purpose. 7 Ha will bear witb
us patiently. All oar surplus 'capital U at
present invested in a couple of Wild Cat
banks-one in Georgia; the other in Wiscon
sin. We had the good fortune to make this
investment in a place of Deposit and Ex
change, last June, at an A No. 1. establish
ment in St. Louis, known as "Kixa'a." It's
a lonum ovum, Lottery man.
Un Accepts. It is with much gratifition
that we announce that Capt, John S. Dashiels
accepts the office of Chief of the Steam Fire
Department "recently organized in this city.
We heartily concur with the city council lo
in the ielection of the " Old Red Chief " to
this important position 5 for every man
woman and child feels safe at night now
that they know that the " Old Std Cldtf '1
with his faithful assistants are on the alert
Rest , assured that so sure as your house get
on fire you are certain to hear from the
Steam Engines.' -4 '
The Charleston S. C. Mercury is dead
out against popular soverignty. That is not
at all surprising. They don't allow the peo
pie to vote for President in South Carolina"
They don't allow them to elect their Judges.
They don't allow a good wile to be divorced
from . a brute of a husdand. But they do
allow a free while man to stand up with bare
shoulders in the presence of his lellow-citi-
aons and take thirty-nine lashes, whenever
those in authority see proper to "lay it on.
Go ahead. Mercury.
pSf A knave in Monticeilo, N. Y.. adver.
Uses a chart by means of which one may
learn stenography in fifteen minutes. He
asks only a dollar for the chart. That would
be cheap, if the thing were not dear as a gift.
Six hours a day for six months, a good quan
tity of brains, and a considerable amount of
information are necessary to the acquisition
of stenoirraDbv for practical purposes. A
knowledge of the signs merely is of no value
gs& The regular monthly meeting of the
Tennessee Historical Society will take place
this afternoon at the Capitol at 4 o'clock.
The ' schools, public and private, of
the cily opened yesterday, after a vacation of
a couple of months. The children were look
ing all the fresher and healthier for &e loag
lapse in their studies. What a host of them
Nashville has! No "drought" ever cuts off
or reduces the crop the seasons are always
The Chancer v Clerk advertises a list of
property for sale this morning.
aiProvidence gave nog Alley a "clean
ing out" yesterday and the day before. Can't
the Street Committee cooperate with Pro?i-
aeiice in this business ?
Nashville fc Chattanooga R. R. Co..
Nashville, Sept. 3, 18f 0.
lo the MerctuuUs and other citizens of Xashville:
Learning that rumors are industriously cir
culated through our city to the effect, that,
a barrel of Flonr can be shipped from Cincin
nati or Louisville to points in Georgia or
Alabama at as low or less price for freight
than the same article can be shipped from
Nashville to the same points ; and feeling it
a duty we owe to the interest of Nashville,
as well as that of our road, to correct such
an impression, will say that the present
through rates from Cincinnati and Louisville
were adopted on the 1st of May. 1860, and
that the rate on a barrel of Flour from Nash
ville is the same per mile, (no matter where the
acticle is manufactured,) as if received from
Cincinnati or Louisville so that the NashviUe
manufacturer, in the market, has the advant
age of the charges for freight from Cincinnati
or Louisville to Nashville in his favor.
Below I give a comparative statement of
charges on many of the articles of produce,
as follows :
"T -a ?
.1 E e
: : 5
: : C
: : fa
5 s-I C"
SS8S SS2 8SSS Atlanta, Ga.
fcw cJ : '
gg!K Augusta. Ga.
C s- IO OS
tiO sVOO Co ox5o iat'on. 04.
gSSg US feSISS Columbus,Ga.
fc'SSS ' 7 lg ZSBS Mimtgomery,
-i" . .-. Charleston
f If any person will apply at this office and
exhibit proper evidence of the fact ot having
been charged more from Nashville than the
rates given above, we will cheerfully under
take and guarantee the collection of the
over-charge from the road at fault. Three
firms in Nashville have applied to us for the
correction of over charges on bbl. flour, made
by the Montgomery and West Point Railroad,
nnder a former tariff, from Nashville, a large
portion of which has already been acknowl
edged by the road at fault and authority giv
en for thia company to refund the money,
which has been done, and the balance will be
arranged by that road on the return of its
general freight agent from the East, whose
attention in the matter is necessary. . These
overcharges made by antoher road may have
given rise to the rumors mentioned above.
Our printed tariffs are distributed through
the city by the hundreds, giving the rates on
every article of transportation, and can be
examined at our freight office by any person
who desires to do bo.
: . E. W.COLE, .
' V - - Superintendent ..
To ths 1st Tennessee Regiment of Vol
unteers under Col. Campbell. You one
and all are most cordially and earnestly in
vited to attend at Hartsville, Sumner county,
Tennessee, at the reunion of the Regiment on
the 21st of September next, pursuant to an,
agreement of the members present at CoL
Campbell's last September.' ' The dinner will
be at the bouse of Jacob Towson. ...
' Ample , accommodations will be provided
lor all, and the houses of the citizens thrown
open and welcome for all the survivors of
the Regiment Come one, come alL j '
r , ,B. A. BxNxrrr,
1 1 Patrick Dcfty, '
d. l. goodall, .
A. M. Tenkby; ' j
. L. G. Stewart,
c Jamu Gwdot
"i .' i -i
James If. Yanck,'. j
j i William P. Hoboood,
r- 7 -? JOHH M. MADOntOw i " "
Bell Highlande aa. You are requested to
meet at Crenshaw's Shop thia evtning.
fall atUaaaacs is reqatsted. .
MoRTCaKT.-r-The i ClevelaJT.
0 a -
-a living in
dealer has a letter from a gentlen. ' jgease.
Payette county. Pa., announcing tlu 3tjfl
of J. D. Stellwagen, route agent on the -
nellsville railroad, he having been brough.
under the axe ofthe administration.. His last
words' are recorded as follows; i . i , K j '
"In 185? I preached rott-ifUerrention and lived
beneath the smiles of James Buchanan! In
I860 I preached non-intervention and dud be
neath his frowns."
The following epitaph has been suggested:
Here lies one
Born and Bbeo a Democrat, ,
Who, alter a life . ' i
Devoted to Democratic Principle,
Was decapitated by a
Traitor axb Inorat, r
, Because he would not 4 1
Renounce his Democracy ! ! "
Vivit post funera virtus !
Attention, Bell Grays. You are hereby
notified to attend a drill and business meeting
of the company this evening at 8 o'clock. A
full attendance is desired as business of im
portance will be before the company.
By order of the company. -
R. S. Patterson, 0. S.
Messrs. Benson tt Wherry, No. 20 Union
street, opposite the Planters' Bank, have just
ODened 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 Hats,some
of which are entirely of new designs, viz:
Pearl Opera, Nutrea Opera, Dark Nulrea,"
French Nutrea, Opera Planters; Prince of
Wales. French Otter Brush, the Japauese,
and other styles in great variety.
All kinds of men's and youth's Caps
cuiioren and inlants bats and caps of every
style and shape.
We also introduce our new - and bantifiul
new style of Moleskin Dress Haf , 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.-3t
Gen. V. B. Bate, and E. L Golladay, Eiq.,
ejectors for the 5th district will address their
fellow-citizens at the following times and
1. Mnrfreefcboro". ......
Monday, Sept. 3
2. Smyrna Tuesday,
3. Yeraailes Weds'day,
4. Fosterville Thursday,
5. Big Spring Friday,
C. Ready ville Saturday,
The above list of appointments have been
agreed upon by the undersigned acting on
behalf of Gen. Bate and Mr. Golladay.
B. F. Lillarp,
Aug. '-29, 1850. Jno. W. Burton.
Richmond, Sep. 1. Douglas arrived at Rich
mond last evening from Raleigh and made a
fpeech in the presence of 12,000 or J5.000
persons. Much cheering.
ArGUSTA, Ga., Sept 1.
An immense audience of ladies and gentle
men assembled at the City Hall Park to-day
to hear the Hon. Alexander H. Stephens
speak. Mr. Stephens said be was for Douglas
and Johnson, the regular nominee. Whether
rtnicrlna received two-thirds of the electoral
ui not, according to the usages of the
p.u iy, he received a two thirds of the Conven
tion, and be Stephens supported the time
honored platform of non-intervention, the
only principle that can preserve the Union.
Staunton, Va., Saturday, Sept. 1
Senator Douglas reached here to-day, from
Richmond, which place he left this morning.
From there here he had a perfect ovation
The whole country was in commotion, aod
for miles on each side of the road the people
poured to the stopping places lo see and wel
come the distinguished visitor. Here he was
received by the military ."music, and crowds
of people. A hunred guns were fired in honor
of bis arrival. From seven to teu thousand
persons are now in attendance to hear his
speech. The enthusiasm is immense.
Chicago, Sept. 1. The friends of Bell and
and Everett held a Convention at Iowa City
yesterday. About half the counties in the
Stale were represented by 125 delegates. A
full electoral ticket was nominated, but it was
deemed inexpedient to make nominations for
Philadelphia, Sept J. A correspondent
of the Press announces that Mr. Donglas will
soon proceed to Pennsylvania and will ad
dress a meeting at Ilarrjsburg on the 7th,
Reading on the 8th, and Philadelphia on the
same evening thence at Easton and other
towns of the State. He will then return to
Saratoga, Sept 1. Mrs.' Garland, wife of
Gen. Garlaud, U. S. A., dropped dead ou the
street here last evening while walking with
her daughter, the wife of Muj. Deas. She had
been iu her usual health previously.
San . Luis, Aug. 16. A battle occurred at
Lagos on the tenth between Miramon and
Doblado. Miramon with 2000 men tried to
cut his way through and was surrounded by
Doblado with 10,000 men. The fight lasted
five days. Miramon was badly wounded. He
finally escaped with a few of his cavalry, hav
ing lost all his artillery. The rest of his ar
my were made prisoners.
vGen Pacheco was killed, and Gen. Mejia
Miramon was in full flight.
There is great rejoicing throughout the
country.. . . , ... '
New Orleans, Sept 3. The steamer Aus
tria from Brazos 30th has arrived. She brings
The Brazos river is very high and fears are
entertained of a destructive flood.
A number of Monterey merchants have
gone to Brownsville in consequence of a new
force loan being proclaimed by VidanrrL
Forelsn per Steamer Bavaria.
New Yore, Sept 3. A Sardinian frigate
arrived at Cairo on the 22d, bringing Dr. Ber
tano with important news for Garibaldi, who
immediately issued an order ot the day, sta
ting that be Was obliged to leave for a few
days, and placing Gen.Sistori in command of
the land and sea forces.
These indications are supposed to be of a
During the recent disturbances In Syria
twenty churches and two convents were
At Balbrich the male christians were mur
dered and the females outraged.
The Turkish troops who were sent to pre
serve order were assisting in the outrages.
The Mrsselmans at Damascus maintained
a threatening attitude.- -
Large bodies of fanatics were parading the
town, demanding ths surrender of the chris
tians, who had sought refuge in the citadeL
Per Steamer City of Manchester.
New York, Sept. 3, The steamer City of
Manchester has arrived at Cape Race, with
Liverpool dates via Queenstown of the 23rd.
Cotton sales Wednesday . 10,000 bales, of
which speculators -and exporters took 3,003
bales; closing firm. - Breads tuffs were buoy
ant, with. an" advancing .tendency. The
wealber continues unfavorable for crops.
Provisions dull. , Consols 92a93
London. AIL qualities ot wheat slightly
advanced. - .- - e
- Garibaldi landed at Calabria The Cala
briana are la open revolt ia his favor.
The Garibaldlans are said to have met with
some success. " - j ;
' From California. - ; -
St. Joseph, SeptS. The California Pony
Express of the 22nd, arrived last evening.
There was still some trouble with the Indi
ans in Carson Valley. ' ,
San Francisco business steady; Candles
24. Provisions steady ; Rio Coffee 15al5J;
Sugar firm; crushed 13. - -
. The steamer Sonora took 19o passengers
and $870,000 treasure. , - ... r
. There has been $236,000 Washoe silver ship
ped in the last two months. .; , , l . ;
'The exports of California since January,
are; $4,500,000, against 2,800,000 during the
same period last year.' - - s
' Lieut. Rud's command Attacked the Indi
ans on -.toe- pony route, killing 17 of them,
and losing' three ot his own men.
The Interruptions are now supposed to be at
. Lathaxa addressed 2000 people at Sacra
taenia, advocating the claims of Breekf Srkl"e,
but he was coolly reeeived, and the meeiiug
toted down the Breckinridge resolutions and
cheered Douglas. ' !
The result inspired the Dnugla men with
i 3V newepapers of the Stile siand 24 for
; "Is. 21 fur Rrwl-rnrM T Yi. T ; l .;
r.- ' To Secretary of Stale refuser!
to issue a cei "t0llte to oa account ot
the election bei. . JTetaare ami uudu-
tKr.ri74M:l hir law.
Rich gold mines haTe discovered
Waller Waller. ; . - .- . -
There is a rush from Portland tofcirds the
The Wheat crop ia large.
Washington Territory. The Council
stands 8 Democrats to 1 Republican; the As
sembly 23 Democrats to 7 Republicans.
Gold discoveries have been made at Rxk
Creek, south-east of Fort Hope, mostly north
ot the British line.
Provisions are scarce.
Other British Columbia news unimportant.
Frazer River news is discouraging. .
Ciuabar and silver have been discovered
below Fort Hope, Oregon.
Major Stein's command had a skirmish with
the Indians, killing five of them. -
. , , . Snips In Distress. . ,
Boston, Sept. 3. The ship C. A. Morrison,
from Peasaeola to Ferral, has put in beiV in
distress. The bark Union from Pensacola for
Cork pnt in Saturday, with five feet water in
her hold. - , t , - - -.
. Louisvcaj:, Sept. 3. The river is rising
with 4 feet 9 inches water In the canal.
St. Louis, Sept." 3.-The river risen 6 inches
in the last 24 hours.
Van Buren, Are. Sept. 3. The river has
risen 3 feet in the last 24 hours. 4 feet water
now on the bar.
New Yore, Sept. 3. Edward Thode, a fu
gitive Russian defaulter, has been arrested
here. He had $50,000 Russian paper in his
Tbree vessels with yellow fever from Cuba
were quarantined to-day.
From Hew York.
New York, Sept. 3. The Naraganset was
60 days out from Rio to Panama. It w as
supposed that she bad met with an accident.
Gen. Otando. second in command to Mos
qnera, was reported to have taken the town
of Pasto and $12000 and three huudred suits
of Infantry clothes.
New Orleans, Sepf.
sota sails on the 5 lb.
-The steamer De-
Markets by Telegraph,
New Orleans, Sept. 3.-Cotlon firm; sales
to-day 2200 bales; prices stiffer but quota
tions are unchanged; sugar firm 9u9j; flour
has an advanciug tendency 5,75; yellow c.ru
70; lard firm 15; whisky, rectified 22; freights
to Havre If.
New Yore, Sept. 3. Cotton quiet and un
changed. Sales to-day 400 bales; upland
middling 10J. Flour dull; pales 12.001) bbls.
at 5.45a5.55. Wheat declined 2a3c. Corn
quiet; sales 59,000 bushels at 65a70c. MerB
Poik sales 915 bbls. at 19.62Jal9.75. Lard
steady; sales 430 bbls. at 12il3c. Cottle
dull; sales unimportant. Molasses l'oitti
Rico 39c. Sugar dull; pales 800 boxes Cub.t
Cincinnati, Sept. 3. Flour quiet and nom
inal, and declined 5il0c. Coffee advanced J,
14Jal5Jc. Sugar 8Ja9;C. Molasses 43a41c.
Otuer articles unchanged.
Baltimore, Adj. 31 F. M.
COFFEE. There has been a fair demand forCoff.e
during the past week, and sales to the extent cf 5 000
bags have been made, but prices for the lower grades
have declined. The transactions include 12u0 bag 3, ex
"Blue Wing," and 1000 bag3,ex-"Bansnee,:' the prices
for which are to be Used ou the l3t day 'of October :
also, some 3000 bng?, in lot, at from 13'i to 15 cents pi
ft- We now quote Rio at 13i to 15c. , tor ordinary to
prime, and Java at 16j17s cts. ft. The stock is
about 20.000 bagi.
Largr and Valuable Assorlmrnt cf Fine
Gold and Silver Watebes, Fine Gold Jew
elry, etc., ele., at Auction by Catalogue,
ON THTrtSDAY ETEXTVG,4? EPTEMBER 6ih at eartv
Ga3 light, BENJ. F. SHlXrS & Co., will Fell on
count of an extensive Eastern Importer, a lare asrsort
ment of superior rich Jewelry, and nue Gold Vat hes,
etc. , etc. , all of which will be guaranteed, as reprc
rented. The Goods will be open for examination on
Tuesday and will be fonnd worthy of the attention of
Terms cash on delivery.
septl-td BENJ. F. SHIEIJiS k CO
DR. J. H. MCLEAN'S
Strengthening Cordial and
The Greatest Remedy in the World, and the
delicious and delightful Cor
dial ever taken.
It ia Htrictly a sci
entific and Veget
procured b y the
idiEtillation of Roots,
Herbs and B.trk.
Yellow Dock, Blood
Root, Black Root,
Cherry B-nk aod
Dandelion enters in
to its comositioa.
The entire active
of each ingredient
is thoronghly ex
tracted by my new
method of distilling,:
fif ffirf tfllfillfLcious. exhileratim alter lading.
nrniinriiiir . nen . . . . . .
tpiiit, and the most Infallible remedy for renovating
the diseased system, and restoring the sick, suffering
anl debilitated Invalid to Health and Strength.
l clue viii's StvciiglUctiiii?
WILL EFFECTUALLY CUKE
Liver complaint, Dyspepsia Jann
Chronic or Nervous Nebility, Diseasesof the Kidneys,
and all Diseases arising from a disordered Liver or
Stomach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward l'ileu, Acid
ity or Sickness of the Stomach, Fullness of Blood to
the Head, Dull Pain or Swimming in the Head, I'alpi
tation. of the Heart, Fullness or Weight in the
Stomach, Soar Eructations. Choking or biiuocatiug
reeling wbeu lying down. Dryness or Yellowness 1
the Skin and Eyes, Night Sweat, Inward Fevers,
Fain in the Small or the Back, Chest or Side, Sudden
flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirits, Frignuui
Dreams, Languor, Despondency, or any Nervous
Disease, Sores or Blotches, on the Skiu,and Fever
and Ague (or Chills and Fever.)
Over a Miliou of Bottles
Have been sold during the last six months, aud iu no
instance has it failed in giving entire Siti.-fHcliou
Mho, then, will suffer from Weakness or Debility
when MCLEAN'S STRENGTHENING CORDI.U. . wiil
core you? -
Nolauguage can convey an adequate idea ol toe
immediate and almost miraculous change produced
by taking this Cordial in the diseased, debililatod and
aha tiered nervous system, whether broken down by
excess, weak by nature, or impaired by licfcDets the
relaxed and unstrung organization is restored to us
pristine health aud vigor.
or others conscious of Inability, from whatever cause,
will find McLean's Strengthening Cordial a titoroBKh
regenerator of the system, and all who may have in
jured themselves by improper indulgence, will Sad
in the Cordial a certain and speedy remedy.
TO THE LADLES,
RIcL.ean's Strengthening Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
Incipient Consumption, Whites,
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruatiou, Ioeoutiuence ol
Urine or Involuntary liacharge thereof, Falling cl
he Womb, Giddiness, Fainting, and all lusmaes inci
dent to Females
Xhete Is no mistake About It.
goffer no longer. Take it according to directions.
It will stimulate, strengthen, and invigorate yoa and
cause the bloom of health to mount your cheek again.
Every bottle is warranted te give satisfaction.
'"- FOR CniLDBElY..
If yonr children are sickly, puny or afflicted, lie
Leans Cordial wiU makthem healthy, tat and ro
bust. Delay sot a moment, try it and yoq will be
It Is Delicious to Take.
CAUTION. Be ware of Druggists or Dealers who
may try to palm upon yoa soma Bitter, or Sarsapa
rilla trash, which toey can bay cheap, by saying it is
iuat aa good. - Avoid such man. , Ask lor McLean's
Strengthening Cordial, and take nothing else. It is
ths only remedy thai will purify the Blood thor
oughly, and at the same time strengthen the system.
One tablespoontul taken every Jnorning fasting, is
a certain preventive for Cholera, Chills aud Fever,
Yellow Fever, or any prevalent Disrass It is put up
in largo boUlea. "
Fnce only SI per bottle, or 6 bottles for Sft -
J. H. McLEAN,
Sole Proprietor of this Cordial. A too, McLean's YoK
eanio Oil Liniment. . . "
Principal Depot on the corner of Third and Fine
streets, ai. Louis, Mo.
Sold by W. W. BERRY ft DEMO VILLE, Nashville,
and all respectable lirugisl everywhere.
, .. . ... .. . . .. nurlO-dlns-ftwly
A New Novel, by Marion Harland, author ot Alone,
Hidden Path and Moss Side, for sals in Xashville by
JOHN Y0EK. fc CO.,
itBg!&4X "o. S3 Union street.
v NAS;Hf& HARR
f i S' tKAft'frE A im E iVT S,
cl.lilTJiQ 25 V .iGE STREET.
Ti TEMENTof toe 3omDoliva t this da:
aft- 4 The came and locality of the Ccnirem
The Insurance Company of lue Mite of YircLiia"' of Rxbtaond
2nd. The amount of its Capital Stock.
Three huslred Thousand dollars
3rd 'The auijtit ol faid Cajiital Stcvk riid in. " " ","
three hundred Thousand dollira. J. l
41 a 1 "he A3cts of the C.uirfi.v iujudiue -. t'"
1st. The amount or Ca-h on lnd, and in the
In Agents handf.
2nd. Te Real E-tate owned by the Company uuinrnrabvel f - . - - -
Nie mcmr:tereii or oniacuiuovrod. , ; i ' .' '? - " ! " " -?
3iJ, Bond- ovfoed bt therompany add tow tLryare aecurej. with the rate - '
of the interest th-reou. t j. , . - : " . '- ' '
$20,000 ol the B.nd? of the tiite of Tennes3-e, bearing 4 pet cfencfctari coi tig - a
Bonus iwariii l"r cetil. int-Teit. secured by Jhirtjafe on Real Estate worth
m-ire than one hundred percent, more than lue amount loaned thereon... . loliiO 00
Rinua Ivariu? o r cent in terel scoured by iliflfae. on Real btate i'brvh
- ' o-er ft)rty-lire per cent, nx retljm theainount loaned thereon 114 7
la.niH b. m nit 6 pdr cent. . interest gocured br l.V-di-e of rtate and Bank StorV '
from twenty nve lo liity-nve jv-r cent, aioie
4th., 3 4it5 of theOmpany, Secured bv Mortgage.... ;
oth, if4t9 otherwise ivcured ". ...
eth, tru-tits for Preniiums ""
"th, All other Securities as follows : "
Loan on Bills discounted aud Notes received for Premiums
Interest accrued on B.md ,
Amount of Liabilities due tut due '10 Banks
6th. Isses adjusted and dne
Jta- " andnc'tdue ". -iU
.6th. ' uriailjiEh?d about .. r
to- '" iu fii.speiife waiting further proof.
10th. All the other claims a.-auist the Company
Hih- Tua preatest amouut injured in anv oue'risk
iiu- lae greatest amount all
illowed by tne rules of the
the place and the charaeUT
village IVpeud on the size of
win. lue greatest amount allowed to be inuied imi any one block impends on the ituation and
character of tne buildings that compose it.
14th The act 01 iucorporatii.n of the Comiiuny same as at U.-t statement
DOLLING W. HAXALL, Preaident
. . ' O. F. BRESEE, Secretary. " -
' STATE OF VIRGINIA, T yr'.. This day personally apptared before me, a Notary Public, for the Citv of
Crrr of Riciutoxo. lu P.ichinond, BUlJJN'li W. H.1XAU,. Pr-ideu, and O. F BRESEE. Secre
tary, of the Insurance Company or the State of Virginia, and made oath that tne u rm.n statement iscomx-t
Giveu uuder my hand this 10th day of August, I860. J. L. A1'I'EKS.V N P
' STATF. OF TENNESSEE, COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE I-
- . , , XtsHiTUT, Aup. 14. 1800 I
Tins is to certify, thai thj Iasurauce Company of the State of Virginia located at Richuioud in the Mate of
Vii giuia. has comidied with all the roquir. ui. ni 3 of the Code, on the s ubitt 4 Foreism Insurance Cornoratkms
in dectious M8S to 1 XT inclusive, as well as the Act ol 4ih March. 1S60, Chapter 215, Section 70 reuuirimr a
deposit with the Comptroller of twentv thousand dollars of six n.-r n ut ,x n. ' B
And that JOS. NASH aud W. J. MARK are tlia legally uuthoriz-d Ag.U of said Cumpauv in Iheouv of Nash
ville, tate ol iennesee. j. x. 1,10 totojJoller.
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P A 1 1 II Li f i E ll
WE ASK TOE ATTENTION OF THE 1TPJ JC TO THf
UNG TESTED AND CNR1V.YL1.ED
It has been favorably known for more than twenty
years, during which time we have received thoisami
of testimonials, showing this Medicine to be ui aiuiost
NVER FAILING REMEDY
for disea.x3 caused by or attended upon
Sudden Colds, Coughs. Fever and Aue, Uea.lai lie, Bil
lions Fever, Pains ui tiie Side, Bark and I-oius, as well
as in the joints aud Limbs; Keuralgia and Bheu-
matie Piin3 in any part of tuts s. aieiu, ioilia:ne
ana I'aios iu the Head and Face.
-Vs a Blood Purifier ami Tonio fw the Stomach,
it Seldom tails lo euro I''.-po-itt, IudiCesiioo. Lifer
Complaint, Aril Stomach. Heartburii, Kidui-y C0111
plamt:i. Sick Headache, files. Asthma, or 1'hthisic,
ltingwurnis, Boils, Felons. Whitlow s, old .ireS, Swelled
Joints ami General IMiiiiiy of the System.
It is also a prompt and sure rem- .ly fur Cramp and
Pain in the Mt.1u.1ch. Painter's Ciiic, iM.oino..., l;ys
f niviy, Suiiimer O'lnpiaiiit. CholiTa Morbus. Cholera
Io'.aiituiii, Seal. Is, lJ.iii, ;, sprains, l'.ruis. s. Frost Bites,
Cliilblitius, as well as the Muis of lns 'tis. Scorpions,
CentiH'iles,aud the Biles of 1'uis.iuous Insects and Veu
See Directiois accouipanying each Bottle,
It lias be'n tested in every variety of cliin.it.-, nd
by almost every Natiou kniwn to Aiuericaus. ll is the
almost t'U: UUit comikiiiion and inestimable friend of
the Missionary and I he traveler ou sea ami land and
no one should tiavel 011 our lakes and rivers without it.
Notice to all dealing in or using the
I A I N K II. I. I II.
iT.iLr.at merit and unprecedented rate li..s caused
some men to oiler preparations or ttu?u owu make, iu
imitation of the I'.uii KuluT some usiin; the name to
Sell their worthless Ltulf. Try no expcrim- uts but be
sure aud call lor Perry Davis' Pain Killer and be
sure that you gel u,auu ou win always et a i'..J
Mitliciue aud tne worth of your money m vested.
Prices 26 cuts, 50 cents uud J 1 per bottle. S.ild by
Modiciue Dealers everywhere.
J. N. HAiU:iS a: CO.. Proprietors for the South and
West, Cincinnati. Ohio, to YYiiiau all orders mu t be ad
dressed. Sold Wholesale and Retail by W. W. B.-rry & Demo
ville. Ewiu, P.'U'lite.a Co., liaius A: Uiowu,h11 other
liruffi of Nashville, Teun. ; S. Mansiield A; Co., Mem
phis. IVuu.: Edward W ilder A; Co.. Louisville, Ky.; J.
Wrniit New Oileaus, La. au'JO Utwly
DU. W1-; A Villi's
CaiiUrr aud Salt Iihvii:;i
FOR THE CURE OF
Canker, Lalt kh.-uui, Erysip.'las, Scrofulous Diseases,
ntaiieous Ki uplions, aud every kind of disease aris
ing lit.iu au impure state of tlie blood. The most ef
fective Blood put ihcr of the Nineteenth Century.
READ THIS WW IT ACTS.
THKC disease has b.in long in the system the first
ll.nl. i ii.i' symptoms aller taking the Svrup is
that the humor increases on the sklu. This should not
alarm you, it only shows that the disease is working
out ju.-t ilie resull we want to see; aj.jily the CeraUi
and the humor will heal. and the disease soon disappears
it being the production ol a reeolarly educated physi
cian who has given this class 01 diseases bis whole study
and practice; it taube relied on aa the medicate de
sired, and its good work accounts for its immense sale.
Ur. Weaver's Cerate, cr Ointment
Has proved itself to be the liest Ointment ever invent
ed, and where once used it has uever been known to
fail of effecting a permanent cure of Old Sores, Tetter
and Ringworm, Scald Head, Chilblains aud irosl Biles,
Barber's lu Ii, Chapped or Cracked Hands, or lips, pim
ples or blotches ou the rkin, Sre Nipples, Lc.
Mothers should not forget Uiat it is a sure spiXiflc for
sore nipples. A supply r hould always be kept on hand.
g.g- Sold by Irui;gi.-t.s generally. Price ol Syrup $1
per uottle; Cerate 26 cents.
J. N. HARRIS r CO., Cincinnati, Ohio, Proprietors,
For Southern uud Western States, to whom all orders
for the above ineJicuie.s may be address.d.
Sold by W. W. Berry & lVmoville, and Ew in, Pen
dleton C Co., Nashville, lenn., S. .Mansfield it Co.,
Memphis, Touu. ; J Wright A Co., S4vil & Mead, New
Orleans; Edward Wilder, Louisville, Ey. ; Johu D Park,
Cincinnati, Ohio. aug'JO dawly
DU. S. O. RICIIAIIDSOX'S
SIIElllt 1 UlA'ii BiTTEiiS
The Celebrated New England Remedy for
HUbilunl dm. filiation. Jaundice, Ftvrr and Agve, Gen
eral lMjilily, and all IHteaies arising f rum a,
IHsorda td Simnach, Licer or Bouxlf,
IS used aud recommended by leading Physicians of the
country, and all who try it pronounce it valuable.
Dr. James L. I.eepere, w rites from Navaree, Stark
Co., Ohio, '-the bitters are highly praised by thoge suf
fering from indigestion, dyspepsia aud liver complaint.
E. S. Davis, rostmaster at WilliHinsport, Ohio, says,
4"thev give preat sutisfaction. 1 use them mysell,
haviiii: token cold, become prostrate and l!t my appe
tite, ll relieved me, and I cau recommend it w ith
great assurance of ils merits.'
Dr. Wm. iL Kerr, 01 Rogersvuie. lnd., writes us mat
they ai e the most valuable medicine offered. He has
recommended them with great success, nnd with them
made several cures of palpitation or the heait and gen
Thomas Manford, Esq. , Blountsville, Henry co., Iud. ,
writes us a loug letter, under date of May 4, 1SO0. He
was much reduced, having boen alllH'led ior three years
with great nervous dobiliiy. palpilatioa ot the heart of
the m.ist s-vereaud prosiralini; character, "after using
a few bottles I was completely restored, aud am now m
robur.t health "
tieortre W. Hoffman says he was aQioted with rheu-
malUm for twenty years, iu all its various foruw and
at the date of his letter be had Uec-n two years well,
the Bitters rncctiug the cure, when severid physiciaiut
atlcuding him could do him no good. He say?, 4-fi
Rheumatism, dyspepsia, hver complaint, kidney alleo
lion. or drousey, 11 is a spacillc, certain remedy.-' And
such is the news from a'l quarters of the country.
It is sold by most dealers m medicine price 75 cents
per bottle. J. N. HARRIS & CO.,
Cincinnati, Ohio, Proprietor for the southern and West
ern Stales, to whom ad.lress all orders.
For sals Wholesale and Retail bv W. W. Berry k Dc-
movilie; Ewin, Pendletou A Co., Rains k Brown, Nash
ville, Teun. ; fe. Mausncld i io. , ilelliplllS, leun.jJ.
Wright & Co. and Scovil k Means, New Orleans; J. D.
Park, Cincinnati, Ohio; Edward Wilder, Ituisville,
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IHt5E MEDICINES have now been before the pub
lic lor a wnod of THIRTY YEARS, and during
that time have inaiutamed a high character in almost
every part of the clobe, lor their exu-aordmary and
immediate power of restoring perfect health 10 p.-raoua
sulleriug uu.Iit ueai iy every kind ot Urease to which
the human frame is liable. .......
The following are among the distressing variety of
human diseases iu w hich the . ,
Vegetable Life Medicines
Are known to be infallible. , .
DYSPEPSIA, by thor.Mighly cleansing the first and
secoud stomach-,, and creating a flow of pure.vhcaltny
bile, instead of the stale and acrid kind; IXATTJ
LENCY, Los of Aprtrrrii, IlEarrBrim, Haanaouc,
R1isr1.teA.vEss, ltx-TEMi-tR, A.xiXTY,Lx.-oa and Mia.-AM-HOLtv,
lik h are the general "j-mpt-ims of Dyspep
sia, will I vanish, as a natural cocsuiuence of iu Jura.
CoSTTVEKESS, by chuuniuig the whole length of
the lUicnliUfS Willi a taolveul process, and wiUaail vio-len.-e;
all violent purges leave the bowels costive with
in two days. J .
FEVE&S of all kinds, by restoring the Mood to a
reyuiar circulation, through the iirorcs of respiratioa
in such cas. -s, and the thorough solution of all mtetttuial
obstruction iu others.
The I jfk Mehh-ixks have been known to cure FrTFTJ
MATLSM permanently In three weeks, and G0TJT 40
hiil lual time, by removing local mtiauuualiou fioia
the muscles and liniments 01 the joints.
DROPSIES of all kinds, by freemg and streiuuncn
tui; tUu kwueys and bknlder; they operate mut dej
ln;litiully ou theue important organs, aud beuoe have
e er been found a certain remedy for the wur&tcasuiof
G HAVEL. -
Al-o, WORMS, by rfLslodging from the turnings of
the bowels ike bl.niy mailer to wha h these rrealurus
, SCTJEVY, ULCEUS & INVETERATE S0EFJJ,
by lue pcllecl puiity winch tliese 1J i. tllJjicLNEd
ve t t(i hi ood. an. I ail the humors.
SCJBBUTIC EB.UPTI0NS and BAD COMPLEX
IONS, by uieir aJlui..L.o. ili i uun the tluide thai feed
the skiu, and the nioj bid slate ' whici occaaioua all
eruptive complaints, sahow, cloudy, and other disa
The use ot these Pills for a verv short time will effect
an entire cure of SALT RHiUM, and a Mrikine im
provement in the ct.-am.-ss ot lue skin. COHlaOK
COLDS and INFLUENZA will always be curl ny
ai.- uK-e. or by Iwo iu Ihe worst cases.
PILES. The original proprietor of these Medicines
was cuicd of Piles 1 4 35 vears staudiuj by the use of
the LIFE MEDICINES aloue.
FEVER AND AGUE. For this scourge of the
Weieru country, lhe- Miniicinos will be found a sate,
speedy aud certain renatly. itiier medic mrs have the
system subj.-ct to a retuiu of ihe Ii-m .h a cure by
lli.-se Mmlicines is fi iuan- ut TRY THEM, BE SATLS
liKD AND BE CURED.
BILIOUS FEVERS & LIVER COMPLAINTS.
OtMlKiL I'l HIun . irss of' Al-ftllla, aud lH.-il.SES or
FEaaLKS the Ml Ji. ni.-s have been used w Hh the most
beuehciol results incuses of this dscritiou: Kiso'S
Evil and Sckoh l., hi its w.msi forms, yields to ths
mild yet powerful action of these remaikalile MediciBus.
Nm.ht Sweats, Ntmot s D:iuutv, Ntavois Cohtlaixts
Of all klUds, 1'AI.HIT.lTlO.V OK TilK ilUAKT, FaiNTERS' CotiO
are speedily cured.
MERC (TRIAL DISEASES. Persons whose eoo
StiluliOn have beomite unpaired by the lnjndiciouB use
of Mercury, w ill hud tli.-.- Medicine? a perfect cure, as
they uever fail to eradicate from the system, ail the ef
fects of Mercury, infinitely sooner ihau the moat pow
erful preparations of :.'ai saiai ilia.
1'i ejuu . d aud sold by .
V. ll. MOFFAT,
335 Proadwav, N'nr York.
FOR S.UJ? BY ALL DRUfifiLSTS.
julj 1S-.UW ly
Ati aperient and ttomachie preparatioa of
IZOU purified of Oxygen and Carbon try com
Lu.tion La Hydrogen, of high medical author.
i: and extraordinary efficacy in each, of the
foilowinfr complainis, viz.:
DEBILITY, NERVOUS AFFIXITIONS,
CliJ:I0ll, DYSPEPSIA, DjJLRSHEA, C0NSTI
?iTI0N. ."SCROFULA, SALT RHEU1L, SCURVY,
jaundice, liver. coiiPLAiNTs rheuma
tism. MERCURIAL CONSEQUENCES, INTER.
MITIEN1' FEVERS, NEURALGIA. CHRONIC
HEADACHES, FEMALE WEAKHESS. MIS
KENSTRUATION. vTlITES, CHLOROSIS, etc..
PLMPLES ON THE FACE, ROUGHNESS OF
THE SKIN, eti
Tie IRON beinz absorbed by the blood, and
Vtbtis circulating' Lhrsugn. ths wools syitesi, no
uart of tne body can escape their truly wonder.
f'il in ?Iti ATIA.
IhA eTTieriencei of thousand dailv Tirovei that
aa preparation of Iron can for a moment be
eoa-iarud with it. Imparities of tits blood, de- a
predion of vital energy, pale and otherwise t
sickly complexions indicate its necessity in si-
most every conceivable case. In U eases of
female debility (Snor albns, chlorosis, etc), its j
effects are delightfully renovating. Nd remedy j
has ever been discovced, in the whole history i
of msdicine, which exerts snch prompt, happy,
and Tally restorative effects. Good appetite, com- S
pleto digestion, rapid acquisition of strength,
wit't aa wiEmal disposition for aetive and
eberful exereice, immaiiMsly lollow its use.
As a grand stomachic and general reetorativ i
it ba3 no superior and no substitute. :
Pot op la nrt Hat metal bsxrs emtalnriff ;
.V trfll- pries 50 ent per box ; alx bo'e.
f-S 50; ne uotrn boxes. OO. F"o sle by t
Irnsrclt Rrnc-rally. Will be aewt free to I
any address on receipt of ttte prtre. All let
tars, cki-ders, etc., bImmxUI be addresaed t ;
. . U. B. LOCKE &CO., ,
-f .v 33'J UKlUUWaT, 1 V. t
N. II. Tli alove ' la a tae-ialmiis af thl ;
labil cm stu tt box. I
Import ;ut to IIoase-keepers
E. It. OUIIKEC CO.'S
Guaranteed not only ' " " : - ---AESOL0TE1.Y
AND PERFECTLY rrRE,.
DQtgrouud from rreah S.Jicej, selected aad cUaned
by usexprekly for the pur, wuhoot rJ
to cost. Tney are boauuic'ly pacaed ia
(lined with aper,) to prev.nl injury f'pl"f (
and are full wtight.wh.W tha orauiar r s Pf "
almost invariably saort. We warraut than is poiat
of strength aod richnem of flavor,
HAYONU ALL CuliPAKlaON,
s a aiugle trial wdl abundantly P"re.
Manmactarod y by r fipRKES k m
feMSItwtf 181 Pearl atreat. New Yftrtt
AS additional supply Just received ar Slsasood
Also any barrels of the cheapest Food lor biv(S
u, me market. HfcXl. T. tiUltLDis t CO.,