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NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICAN- SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1873.
RRE INSURANCE. ire and Marine. - - : . f, Gapited, $soo,ooo.oo, insure in thp STATE INSURANCE OOMPANY, NASHVILLE Office in the Company's building, JVo. 30 JVorth College St, John Humsden, !Pres?t, G. P. TJiruston,Yic&Pres't. . HI. Johnson, SecTy. EAILBGAB flME fABLI. Tennesson aasl Pacific Iiallrotitf, No. 1 Leaves Lebanon at. 7:00 A. Arrives at Nashville at9:10 L, x. Leaves Nashville at.... .4:30 t. X. AfTitmnt rrfiTioTi at..6:40r.X. Price' Stage leave Lebanon at 7:30o'clock A.U. K AioDanon at 4 o'clock r. X. on aiuuuajB, naa esdays and Friday?. BBlivIlI5,Cliattnnoosra, and St. Xob1b Ksllwny. TDally except Sunday.) Uaattanooffatralnleavos.7:45 a. x. and 8:00 T. X, " crrive&12:16 r.x. and 1:30 x.x Memnhis and St. Lotus truin leaves. 1:45 a. H. 12:20 r.x arrives. . . AOO a. x. and fcSO r. x. SUelbyvllIe Accommodation. (Daily except Sunday. Shslbyville Accommodation, leaves at 4:00 p.m. " ' arrives 9:45 a.m oo12y11Io and HosbTlIlo sad Great S ok tli em StnluoadU Leave Stethm on North College street at 6:00 A x., dally aart l:20r.w., Dally except Sunday. Arrives at 7:00 a. x., and 6.00 r. x. The 1:20 p. li. train docs not stop at any point between Nashville .and uauaua, except jsage- cold Junction. Gallutiu iooommodnUon, Dally. Leaves Nashville 4:00 r.x. XonlHvIIIe and Fashvllle and Great Soatiicrn Ballraad..Nas2ivllle and Decatnr IMvlBlon. Leave L. & X. Depot. North Oolleeo street, uolng south 7:20 a.m.; 6.-JU p.m. Arrive North 1:40 A.M.: 1:40 P.M. Through trains arrive and depart from Louis ville and Nashville Depot, North College street. Passengers car take trains at Louisville and Nashville Depot or Na:hvlllo and Chattanooga uepot. Ooluxbia Aoooxxodatioh Leaves 3:30 r, x., orrives9:15 a.h, from L. & N. Depot, North Uoiiego street. JMrnlirvllleand Cincinnati Short Ubc Railroad. Trains leave andarrive atLouUTille astollows LBAVZ. ARRIVE, Southern F&ct'Lins. exceut Sunday. COO A.x. 70 p. x. Cincinnati Kzprere, dally 30 r. x. 12:30 P. x. Cincinnati Nteht Exnress. except Sunday. 11.00 P. X. 6:15 A. X. Lexington .V.all. except Sunday 5.30 A. X. 6:30 A. a. Lex.nzton Exnress. ezcont Srniday. 2.S0 P- k. 11:30 P. K, Lacranee Accommodation. except Sunday 5:00 A. sr., 8:15 p. m. Lagrange Accommodation, except Sunday. 9:35 a.m., 3:30 P. x. bnelbyville Accomraooatrii except Sunday. 5:30 A. M., 3:30 P.x, Shelhvville Arcnmmodati'n exoeptSunday. 5:00 r. n., 8:15 A.x. Bhelliyviile Arroiumodati'n Sunday only S:30 A.x., 7":00p. St. Kew Advertisements. News agents wanted. A renter for tbe City hotel in Murfrees boro wanted. Family horse cud second hand buggy for sale. House ad lot on Ewing avenue for sale. Social ball of the St. Joseph's society at the Skating Rink, Sept. 25. Lr.e sale of dry goods by Yeatman, Shields & Co. Meeting of the W. M. TJ., No. 4 of Edge field at 8 p. m. to-morrow. The Philadelphia store advertises an ex tensive "ssortment of fall and winter goods, to be sold at low Smires. Mrs. L. Brown, 141 Church, is in receirr. of the newest styles ot French patterns of dre'ses and cloaks. Very desirable styles of ladies goods at TIioniDson Bros, .x Kelly s. Seventh Ward Morris Club meets to morrow nieht. Latest styles of hats, caps, etc., at Ely & VVhitesldes. Fall and winter nood3 at Mrs. Tynes'. The attention of parents i3 called to the advertisements of tne Tom iunmo cunn ing store. Poole advertises all styles of pictures Nothing but first-class work is allowed to leave his gallery. G. Rice &Cj. adrertis's a completo and extensive assortment of Lyons silks, cloths, suits in silks, poplins, etc. This establish inent, one of the most popular in the Southern States, is in constant receipt of all kinds of novelties in their line. Ninth Ward Morris Club meets at 1:30 to-morrow night. See list of appointments for Mayor Kercheval. " Police Court. No business of importance was transacted st the Police Court yesterday, there being a very tlim docket. Select J tall. There is to be auother select ball at the hall oi John H es, North Summer street, on Thursday evening next. The Gulnsy. The Galaxy, tor October, a most readable number, can na had or Billy Duckworth, corner of Cedar and Cherry streets. Declined. A. A. Carter has declined the raco for Councilman in the 4th ward, being satisfied after an ex imitation ol the law that he would not be eligible to a seat if elected. I'nbllc ttpcHklus'. A public speaking took place at the Chat tanooga depot last night, upon which oc casion epeeches were made by Mr. Morris, Col. Chambsrlaln and others. Golugr to Work. This is the UUe of a beautiful lithographic picture turnistica gratuitously with the September number of tbc Chimney Corner. p. is to be had of S. F. Snowden it Co., No. 21 Cedar street. Au Eddlcnted'Dorjj." A styli3h buggy with a pair of handsome milk-white hurses attached was noticed on tha streets yesterday, and on the back of one of tho horses a dog was perched, seem ing to ba very much at "oma. Assanlt uud Uuttcrj. Win. Mmphy was arreted yesterday, charged with r.u as'&uk upou Mr. Smith, one of the drivers on th? EJgefieid Street Railroad. He will hive a hearing before Justice Eveicttou Mond..y. Aldormun from !ieventl Ward. In obedience to the wish of nipj jrity of the voters oi me osvo in u wd, we are authorized loauncuueo P. G. Bieen a can didate for re-election as Alderman from the Seventh Ward. stplG 2. tues.suu CUnmpioiuliIp. In the match gaico of lxee ball yesteiday, between tho Morgans and A lautics, the former won by a score of 42 to 29. This game was for th ) prize bat presented. by Messrs. Ed. Lowery and Bud UDrn. "The bat is made of mahogony, and was painted by Joe Kirkoatrick. Ilnrjier for October. Dnckwortn, cornerof Cedar t:nd Cherry, has received Harper's Magazine for Octo ber. From the slight examination we have been able to give it, we thiDk this number is fully up to the standard. Bo also keeps on hand a full lino of the daily, weekly and monthly publications, as well as of fancy stationery. During the psst Reek McClure has sold six pianoj, one a diy, aggregating 3,150. This fact alone onght to be a rewuke to the chronic croakers about hard times. Among the purchas rs wai Msr. W. A. Cheatham, who selected the Square Grand, of Knabe's make, which has been tbe admiration of all yisitora at McClurc's for a week past. ScbUbe lor Booths. The dfferent booths at the fair grounds will ba rented atpa&Uc. outcry to morrow. Be on hsnd gentlemen, and don't let the golden opportunity ilip. i Coot. Tho weather last night was so cool that many residents of Nashville indulgeu in fires in their sitting rooms. In & abort time now youthful editors will ba Informing their readers that "New is tho winter of our dis content," etc. CElo!H. ThaCcfclebs had a meeting, lasnight, and reorganized, and the party-going por tion of tho community may prepare for a gay season. Tha meeting wa3 held at room No. 5, Maxwell House, and was well attended. Mechanics' and SlHtinfactBrors' Asso elation. The Mechanics' aud Manufacturers' As sociation met la3t night to receive the re port of tbe committee on the feasibility of continuing tba NashvillA ftvnnsttlnn. Tho mmmlUft nqlrwl fnrtTmr lima fr milrA ttinl final report, in order to get a full report of ine assets ana uamniies ot the im exposi tion. s unner ume was granted. CoBtrlbntioas to the Ziibrarv. The librarian of tha f!i!v T.lhrartr niVnntul edges the receipt of & valuable contribution of books from Mrs. M. S Crockett, for wnicu ne returns his most sincere thanks. The books are: T,if TT. T. TOtiito FToni. nan, 8 vols., Hearts and Homes, Life of nev. x. wiinn, a vols., ana Prize Essays on a congress oi ixauons. Probate Coart. Andrew Allison, Pnblis Guardian for Davidson county, was yesterday appointed guardian of Hewitt H. and Wesley N. Wheless, minors. Johnnie Hunt, (col.,) a minor orphan agea years, was Douna to Jtienry Parnsh, (coi.,) nntu twenty-one years ot age. John N. Crossway and others vs. Kate A. Urossway and others. Petition filed for a partition of the lands of Jas. C. Cross- way, deceased. Cboice ansic Budding Love is the title of a really charming mazourBa for the parlor by the wen-Known on. xinkei. A Fadeless Gem is an exquisite ballad by the popular J. R. Thomas, embodying all thai its name would indicate, words by ueo. uoopor. Alpengluhen (Alpine Glow) an idyl for the piano, by the eminont composer Tneod. uesten. Wo are Indebted for tha above to Jas. A. HcClure, 22 Cherry e treet. EntcrprlslBjr (In a Horn). . Referring to Fred Doudass and his ad dress at tho Fair Ground, the Banner of .vesterday says: "The orator of .be occa sion expressed himself as hienly gratified at the Banner's report." There's cheek for yon, the fact being that not one word of that address was reported by the Banner. the speech being set up from printed mat ter, Mr. Douglass having had it printed in pamphle. form before leaving Washington city. Of course he was "highly gratified at the jBanner's report," since it was an exact reprint of an address he had doubtless la bored over for weeks. ElKbth Ward. To tho Voters of the Eighth "Ward: Owing to the very late hour at which I announced myself a candidate for the City Council, I will not have an opportunity of seeing many ot you in person, in running for the position, I have no interests to serve ether than these ot the Kighth Ward and the city at large: therefore, if you wish my humble services, you must indicate it at the primary election to-morrow (Monday) eve ning, on the corner of Cherry nd Mulberry streets, at which place poll3 will be opened frm 0 to 10, for you to choose regular nominees trom tbe several cintlidates there offered, 33 per notice elsewhere published. Ikyink K. Chase. The Mayoralty. Mayor Kercheval will spesk at the follow ing times and places: Hlte's Store, Seventh Ward, Monday n'ght next. Engine House, in Eighth Ward, Tuesday uiaht. Kellogg's, in Tenth Ward, Wednesday night- D'lton's, in Second Ward, on Thursday n'ght. Corner Line and Gay, in Fourth Ward, i;r:dsy night. His competitor is Invited to attend, if he agrees to alternate in speaking. It Acton Yonnff. A correspondent of the Memphis Ava lanche, in detailing a religious revival now in progress at Oolliersville, writes: "Mr. Young, au ex-hotel keeper of many cities, who was not long ago a master of a great caravanserai on Main and Gayoso streets, in Memphis, preached a rousing sermon to sinners last night. He likened their condi tion to that of a man who had fallen into a well seventy-five feet deep, and a plow-line thirty feet long was the only available means or extricating tbe luckless wight. The effect rf Mr. Tounz's sermon was a crowded altar and earnest prayer, and the singing was heard all along the echoing banks or the Wolf and JNonconnah. Now for Excursions. This is delightfully pleasant weather for traveling, and now is the time to make excur sions to tho clt.es where amusements ot vari ous kinds are to ba found. The Expositions at Louisville, Cincinniti and Indianapolis are said to be unusually full of interesting and useful articles, while amusements of vari ous kinds are to be met with in these cities. An excursion to these cities, or even to one cf them, would form a del ghtful recreation for a party of gentlemen and ladies, while it can be made at comparatively small cost. The Louisville and Nashville and Great Southern Railroad sells round trip tickets three days in the week Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays at but little more than half fare. Now is tho time for excursions at cheap rates. Former City Official Heard From. Tbe following modest hut slig Jtly poetic estimate of the importance of Chicago is contributed to an Atchison, Kansas, paper by Judge W. Mills, formerly Recarder of this city. "To question the illimitable growth of such a city, and the achievements or such a people, would ua to aouDt me Divine order of cause and effect, and to set the wheels of Providence running back ward. And as for location, the purest and deepest of all the golden chain of lakes north li;s at her foot, a perennial reservoir for every need, beautiful to tha eye and use ful for every art, adorning thd intermediate blocks with jets and fountains and lesser lakelets, and at tbe same time affording a commercial highway to the outlying ocean beyond." At this point the Judge soars suit nignor and to tha naked eye becomes invisible, as it were. Gobbled. William .Tnhnson. alias Ballard, and John Phillips were arrested at Gallatin Friday on the charge of having stolen $1,500 in money, a $40T watch and chain and a $1,200 dia mond pin, together with some articles of wrnrhip aoDarel from Mr. Steve Johnson. The arrest was made by Constable Ballon n J Mr. Puckett, lato a ponce sergeani in this city. Information having been obtained that tbe parties wero making their way to wards Louisville. Balloa proceeded to tbe junction to prevent their getting on the tram at that point, out tne airesi was inauo at Gallatin, and Johnson ana rnunps were hrnnoli hnpb to Nashville FridiV nicht. Thn nmnrrtv was all recovered, ani the ar rested parties safely lodged in jail. John1 on has just served out a term in ma lauiana nonitantiarv. Thev will bo tried before Justico Everett on Tuesday next. Mr. Douglass Not Favorably Im- pressed. Sn far ci Mm rnlored nenrile were con cerned, he was not so favorably impressed as ho would liKO to nave Deen. ne eaiu that at the grounds he had been disgraced. r,.towi.i nf tho thrnne which bad gathered around him, and remained until tho end of his spaecb, the attention which he deserved and ha l a right to expect,was not given him. The womeu talked, ana in me rear oi tuu mphitheater frolicking anu gamming wens m without restraint. He had been used to in fnltirntpfl anil ences in the Dpuaiiu w North, and bad always received their atten tion until the close. JUe had not so mucn nope tha r.rAont. fpnP.raH011 OI COlOrCU PBUPIB tha !sinc7 oonpratlon. which would be . : S V educated and grow up an nvuw. w tuc nc - - PARAGRAPHICAL. The Memphis Avalanche, with, that liTe1 pressible playfulness characteristic of the Memphis press, speaks ol "Yellow Jack" now raging in that city, as "Bronza John." Some men are so particular. A Georgia, widower advertising for a wife, fastidously adds that no school girl need apply. We learn from an exchange that Savan nah, Ga., is proud of a dry goods clerk who has, been horse-whipped by several different women, but he remains in bis place as if nothing had happened. The St. Louis Journal thus frowns down a reprehensible practice of a Detroitex: "Detroit develops some good ideas, even if the city is away out of the world. It is stated that a Detroit woman wants a di vorce and should have one because her husband insists upon sleeping with his feet upon the pillow so that be c&n tickle her feet when she snores. Wc are glad that tbe Detroit woman has thus asserted herself. The practice to which she objects has long seemed to U3 tyrannical and nnnecessarv. especially since it has been discovered that a common clothes-pin applied to tbe nose will check snoring in the most aggravated CiS"8." The Memphis Appeal has a new editor. In the course of his first editorial, he took occasion to remark, mcidentiy that "any fool can attract attention when any disa.ter befalls a community. Ha need only ope his leaden llp3 and let lies lave their greasy edges, and instantly attention is given to every India-rubber word that rebounds from walls and pavements. Eager crowds catch at them, and each, when unwound, Is some horrible yarn about "yellow jack's" devil tries and devastation of some den in Hap- py-iJoU-w." An exchange asks fr informa'Jon: "Why will those scientific mon frighten us so? They are continually trying to bully us with a comet, or the conjunction of half a dozen planets, or somo other horrid thing that does not give U3 a ghost of i chance. Now Professor Winchell says that the earth Is continually ccolinc, and in doing so is ab sorbing water, and in tima Its thirsty crust will not only drink up tho ocean, but even the atmosphere, and then the dry and shriv eled old globe will go meandering through space witnout a living tning on its sun ce. And the sarcastic i'rofessor calls this kind of talk "recreations in popular science." TheKan3as Chief says tha "two Cedar villo young men have lately been devoting themselves to one girl. Between tho two she hardly knew, how to choose.and fortune grow dizzy skipping from one banner to the other. Saturday night No. 1 appered in a brand new pair of pants of tbe most gor geous plaid ever seen, a crimson neck tie of mammoth proportions, and aping bat. The young lady c ved at once, threw herself upon his breast and lalntly articulnej; "(J, ain't them bully." This, of course solved the problem, as to the maiden's choice, and there was no more apparently to do but "fix the day." But alas, ur human calcu'ations; Sunday night No. 2 appeared on the scene, with a shirt that opened bshind. Of course they are to be spliced at once. Oar ExposltlOH Building. The time has come for the people of Nashville to say whether or not we shall have an Exposition next year. "What a pity it wonld ba to take this building down," was tbe remark made by hundreds ot those who visited the Exposition building Friday night. The building presented a brillian appearance indeed, with its Innumerable gas gets burning, and tbe vast crowd of people passing backrand rortb, and it cer tainly would ba a great pity to have it re moved. It need not be removed, if our people will only exhibit a little enterprise and prop erly look after their own interests, as the expenditure of a very insignificant sum of money is all that is necessary to keep the building standing. The Board of Directors of tho Exposition are live, wide awake men, and if their ef forts are seconded by the bnsiness men of tbe city, a fourth annual expssi'ion in Nash ville is assured. The practical advantages resulting to Nashville from these expositions are so potent tbar. we will not insult the good sense of our people by recounting them. We do not know what the plans of the Board of Directors with regard to the matter may be, but we understand that a few hundred dollars will have to be raised in order to retain the building. This sum is so small that any two of the leading ex hibitors in this city could donate it and make money by the operation, out of their increa-ed sales, which, with many of our business men, amounted to thousands of dollars, at th-- last exposition. While on tbii suoject, wo wish to 6tate that the thanks of tbe citizens ot the State are due Messrs. Dempsey Weaver, Sam'l. Watkins, Gen. Hardiug, and Mr. Wolf who have allowed tha Board ot Directors to use the ground on which tha building stands, free of charge. Ken 31uslc. Some of the choicest music of the season has just been received at R. Dorman & Co.'s Music Emporium, among which are the following: "Only he Kind," sorjg and chorus by Campana. "There are friends we never forget," song and chorus by AUco Hawthorno. "Onca Again," a lovely ballad, words by S. H. Sewio, music by Arthur S. Sullivan. "A Starry Night lor a ramble," by a. Btgnall. "To Maria, one oi jeranz ad. s latest and best. "Butterfly Scho'-tisch" a charming p.ece, by James E. Magruder, and elegantly illus trated. "Love Dream," a piece of great merit by tho same author, with fine engraving frontis piece. "Spirit oi J511S3," a caprice oy j. u. x-n- golbrecht. "Out of tho Old House into the New," a beautiful song and chorus: tbe melody is touchingly beautiful and the chorus very effective. "Let Me Say My Little Prayer." The great demand for this song is a guarantee of its beauty; embellished with an elegant lithograph title page. "Is There lioom in Augei ijanu " rnis i3 0i.eoftho most touching and beautiful duetts ever written, suitable for either piano or organ or both. "Gently Down tLe stream oi xime." The parlor favorite, over 25,000 copies al ready sold. Personal. Dr. Thos. L. Maddin, who has been spen ding a short tima at Pat-in-Bay, has re turned o the city. W. T. Buchanan, manager ot the Olym pic and Grand Central theatres, is making a short s'?y in Nashville, with his brother, James R. Buchanan. He reports a serious state of aO'airs at Mempuis, in consequenca of the yellow fever being in tha city, and says that after dark the only persons to be seen on the streets are men rusning to drug gists with prescriptions. AU the theatres are closed, and busine33 generally is stag nant. Mr. Bachanan isonhis way East fo secure professionals for his theatres, hoping that the yellow fever will disappear from Memphis soon. SuperiutendentrBransford, of the Louis ville and Nashville road, has sent compli mentary tickets to the Board of Directors of the NasbvUle Exposition, in order that they may visit the Louisville and C ncinnati Expositions. Messrs. Morton B. Howell, R. A- Campbell, J. L. Weakley and F. L. Davies will leave for Louisville to morrow, and no doubt they wLl return home with much additional knowledge, to be utilized in our own Exposition next year. Wm. M. Duncan, ot Duncan ss uo., is expected home from New York this morn ing. Undelivered Dispatches. The following telegrams remained at tbe Western Union office Saturday night. Office hours Sunday from 0 to 10 A. m., and from 3 to 5 r. m.: J W Ewing, Will'am. Ewing, care of E P Perkins, James Trimble, Hooper, Whit wo th & Co, A G Ewing, Wm E Mc- Nelllev, Miss Annie L Pope, W H Bayle's, J C Warner, Henlein & Bar, J F B Jack son & Co., Col John S Moon, R P Glenn, care cf C H Stockoll & Co., Mrs E E A Nelson, care of Jackson, Phillips & Co., A G Yale, J C Maguire, James Welch, H Dudan, cars of Prewitt, Spurr & Co., Church Anderson, B F Wilson, Enoch Ensiey, R R Cobb, E R EUlston, A B How ard. A New Clnb. Several young men in Nashvillo have or ganized a Society known 33 the L. E. C. Club. Its proceedings are kept secret, out, being composed as it is, of the most promi nent, and we might say, most promising young men of the city, its objects cannot be otherwise than meritorious. We. predict for it much success, ANTIOCH. Laying tbe Coraer Stone or a New CMrirch'Tcstcrdny; A large crowd attended the ceremonies of laying tha corner stone of a new church at Antiocb, Jn this county, yes erday, A special train left tha depot 'of the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad at half past ten o'clock, and Nashville was well represented on the grounds where, the exetcises, took place. They found a large crowd, composed of citizens of that and tbe neighboring dis tricts. A stand had been erected under the spreading branches of an oak tree, around which were to be found a large number of benches for the accommoditlon cf tbe a dies. The services were opened by prayer by tha Rev. Mr. Ubaudoln, or Georgia. i. Buchanan, E q , afterwards explained the object i f the mee'iug, and then the assem blage repaired to the sue or tha new churcn, tho dimensions, of which bulding will ba 38 feet front by CO feet deep. Rev1. W. t. Inman then made a short ad dress, explaining and givin; a. history of tba cost.im of laying corner stones, and how tha custom originated. Hetbon placed in the stone tho ?few Testament, a history of tha church, conuning tbe names of all the pistors and deacon3 sicca the ciurch was founded. The old structure was bqilt in 1814, and, occupied up to tho lato war, when It was eo much iijured as to be unfit for use. It waB afterwards repaired, and again occupied until torn down to make way for tha new- edifice. Among other ar ticles placed in the corner stone were copios of the gBeligious Herald, of Virginia, a Sunday School paper published in Alabsina, tbe Unios and Amebicas and Banner of the 2'Jtb, 'silver, nickel and piper cur rency, etc. After the ceremonies of laying the corner-stone, the crowd again roturned to tho stand, when Wm. G. Brien, Esq., of this city, was introduced as tha orator . of tno day. Onr reporter ou the ground has heard this gentleman on many occasion;, but has never known him to be so eloquent. He appeared in a new role of oratory, and eclipsed all former efforts. He alluded to 69 years ego when the first stone of the old church was laid by our fore-fathers, and whoso ashes now rest about the ruins of tho old structure, and referred to the long line of bright names that have minis tered in the same. Ho afterwards branch ed off on history and theology, and mada a speech altogether that will loug ba remem bered. A committee was afterwards appointed consisting of ladies and gentlemen, to cir culate among tho audience and solicit con tributions. They succeeded in collecting $104 00. A magnificent dinner was srved up, and tho supply was bountiful. After which Rev. W. G. Inman delivered an eloquent address, remlndtr g tho36 present of tbe du ty they owed to their children and posterity in the building of churches and schools, and referred to the existence of such insti tutions as an index of the enlightenment and prosperity of every community. Alto gether the occision was a most ageeable one, and air present j?ut m me uay pieas antly. BELLEYDE. Dedication or a New Odd Fellows' Hall. . Yesterday was a big day for Bellevue in the 14th district, of this county. As previous ly announced tho new Odd Fellows' Hall at that pla?e was dedicated in duo form by tha members of the Grand Lodge. The hall Is one cf tbe neatest and most commo dious to lie found any where in the State outside of the cities and large towns, and has been finished in a manner which reflects tha greatest credit upon ths members of the Order at that place. The Lodge is hut six months old, and we doubt if any lodge in the State has made such progress in so short a time. A special train left here at 9 45 crowded with people. Arriving at Bellevue the members of the Grand Lodge found every thing in readiness, and proceeded at once with the dedication ceremonies, the h. 11 be ing thrown open to the public and crowded to overflowing. The ceremonies were vry beautiful and impressive, and were witness ed with much interest. Af.er the dedication was over the large crowd present were notified to repair to a grove near by where speeches wonld ba made by members of the Order. Under tho direction of Col. Wm. E. Demoss, Chief Marshal of tho day, the Order of OJd Fellows formed in procession and marched to the grounds, where a stand had been erected in one of tho most boautiful groves to be found in the country. Dr. J. R. Har well, Grand Secretary, was first introduced, and made a telling speech, in which he gave facts and fiureslo show what Odd Fel lowship had accomplished in this country in the past fifty years. He was followed by Past Grand Master J. L. Weakley, who spoke upwards of an hour,' In which ha referred, and eioquently, too, to the beauties of Odd Fellowship, and to its teachings and benegts. Tha speeches of both gentlemen were listened to with mark ed attention, and wo are satisfied accom plished much good. After the speaking, the assemblage was invited to a fine barbecue prepared lor the occasion, and which was partaken of with a relish. Jim Hill's string band then came to the front, and tha young folks present put in the balance of the day tripping the light fantastic. It was one of the most pleasant affairs that has ever taken place in the county, and rendered doubly enjoyable by the hospitable manner in which the citi zens of the Fourteenth entertained their gueats. AMUSEMENTS- Gravson'a Dramatic Company played to another good house last night an the Ma sonic Hall, the matineo being also well at tended. Thli troupe embraces quite a number of good actors and actresses, and it Is to be regretted that they did not select a play which would afford them an opportuni ty to display their ability. "Tho Child Stealer" is a composition not worthy of the Gryson Troupe, and it certainly is not worthy a Nashville audience. The r.eopla of this city will always turn out to witness a first class performance, but they cannot take a very livelv interest in such extrava gant, wisy-washy stuff as the Grayson Troupe did their best to make present ib'o last night. The Manager and Agent of this company seem to bo industrious aud reli able gentlemen, and as such they deserve to succeed. The agent of the Gilbert Sisters, Mr. Brown, has been actively engaged for sev eral days in billiug his company for 'his city. They make their appearance at Ma sonic Hall on the 29th, when they com mence a two week's engagement. The "Scouts of the Plains" have evident ly come up missing, so far as Nashville is concerned. Nothing whatever, of a relia- bla character has been heard of them since their agent visited tho city, week before last last. They were to ap pear here Friday and Saturday nights, going from here to Memphis at which place they are advertised to appear to-morrow night. We sea by late Cincinnati papers that they are also advertised to appear in that city to-morrow night, to commenca a two week3 engagement. A great many reserv ed seats had been engaged for tho perform ance here, but of course the money will be refunded if the troupe fail to visit Nashville. Cal. Wacner's gems orart m tha way ot posters, are to be seen in all parts of the city, and this popular company of Minstrels will delight a Na3hville audience at an early day. Clovcrdalo Male and Female Sem inary. The thirty-sixth session of this institu tion opened Sept. 1 under circumstances more auspicious than ever before. The school is located six miles from Charlotte, Dickson county. Tenn., in the most quiat and healthy portion ot the State for cultur ing the young mind. It has been conducted for eighteen years by Prof. W. B. Bell, and not a single case of serious illness to note. The services of Pi of. Armstrong and a competent music teacher have been se cured, who are eminently qualified to teach any of the branches taught in our colleges, and we predict, inferring from former exam inations, that they may challenge the world to eclinse them in point of proficiency. The pupils all board with the prlucipal, and their young hearts imbued with a home like feeling that Is seldom appreciated in other institutions. We therefore leel safe in commending the institution to all who appreciate the value of a sound literature, The Colored Fair. .The Fait of the Colored Agricultural and Mechanical As3odatiation closed yesterday. Tha following are the premiums awarded in Floral Hall: Best white com B. Best premium; John Roberts certificate. Display of vegetables William Maney premium. Sweet potatoes William Maney pre mium. Irish potatoes D. Robertson premium. Black Spaulsh chicken Wiiliam Harris premium and certificate. White bantams A. Warren pr.mium; Mrs. W. F. Anderson certificate. Cotton quilt Mrs. Katia Williams pre mium; Miss Laura Patterson certificate. Worsted log cabir Miss Lsura Patter son premium; Mrs. E Samuer second best premium. Worsted quilt Mrs. David Ccckrell pre mium. Cotton Quilt Mias Ida Napier premiurr; Mary Williams certificate. Embroidery Mrs. G. Barber premium; Mrs. Ida Wright certificate. Gentleman's shirt Mrs. H. Portorfield premium. Chosair Miss. E. O. S eele premium. Needle work Miss Olive Thompson pre mium; Mis3 A. Walker certificate. , Ladies sack Mrs. Anna Flippia pre mium. Miss E. O. Steele charm string, premium. Machine work Mollie Napier, premium, Miss Thompson, c rtificato. Tuck skiit Mrs. R Polk, premium. Lace collar Miss Em. Fogg. Baby dress Mrs. Julias Nolen, premium. Pincushion Mrs. W. Sumner, prtm'nm. Rugs J. W. Smith, premium. Fancy needle work Miss Mallnda Greg ory, premium. Tho attendance throughout tha day was very large, and everything passed off smoothly. The officers of the Association conducted everything properly, aud deserve credit fcr the way in which It was man aged. The exercises in the arena attracted great interest, Mis C. Stall was awarded the premium as the best lady rider, and Mrs, A. Watkins the certificate. In tha trotting race there were two en trie, and was won by Ike .KeUey's horse. This was followed by a running race.whlch was very exciting. Ed. Wright received a premium for the best three year old colt, and Audrew Ciarkson for the best one year old. Shooting'. The following is the programme for the shooting tournament to ba conducted under the auspices of the Rock City Club, at the Fair Gronnds, on S tu day the 4',h day of October, 1873: First Match For psrt'es who have never participated in a public shooting match. Entrauce $3. Second Match Co: solation pursa; for parties who have never won a public match. Entrance $5. Third Match Free for all. Entrance $10. Fourth Match Double birds; free for all. Entrance $10. Shooting to commence at 9 o'clock, A. m" The members cf the Rock City Club ex tend an Invitation to all shooters through out this and every other S' ate. Wm. Watkins, Pres. W. M. Cabroll, See. Choral Society. We are glad to learn that tbe Nashville Choral Society intend beginning active re hearsals again for the winter campaign. This is tha fourth year tha Chorals have been in existence as a society, and many of our citizens have enjoyed many an hour listening to their music in tha past. They will commence active rehearsal to-morrow evening at McClure's store, and every mem ber ought to ba present. TENNESSEE NEWS. Scarcity of butter is a chronic complaint In all towns throughout the S ate. Tho Greeneville Union says the corn crop was never bettor in Hawkins county. The Jonesboro Herald and Tribune trots out a fowl, half guinea anu half tu- key. It will be exhibited at the Fair. A public meeting is called in Murfree3 boro on the 23d to consider measures for re-establisblLg Union University. The Appeal advise3 Meinphians fleeing toward Louisville to carry their rat ons as the latter city has established a 4S hour quarantine. Chattanooga indulged in a tournament on the IStb, a d tho Times says "all the availability of our livery stables was called into reouisition." Tho iVeics denies positively that there has been a case of cholera in Murfreeaboro since the list of July, aud diphtheria ha3 never been epidemic. The Falcon of tha 18th says: Somerville had a panic Monday night on the strength of the report that three hundred people had arrived in town on the train who wera run ning from the yellow fever in Memphis. The Columbia Mail states: Some tim9 ago, J. B. Woodsides, one of our cotton merchants, offered a premium for tha cot ton stalk that had the most bolls on it. The premium was awarded to Mr. Jake Harlan, he having furnished a stalk with 150 bolls. The Knoxvillo Chronicle of tho 19th inst. says: On yestrday morning about ono o'clock a stranger by tho name of John A. Burnett died at tha old Swan house on Main street, in E st Knoxville, of cholera, in destitute circumstances, and was buried in the afternoon In the county cemo'.ery. Tha Chattanooga Commercial stat s I hat the Lucy Coker which was sunk on Kelley's shoals a few days ago, was successfully raised cn Thursday, but in coming over Soddy shoah she hung again, and finally sunk in threo feet of water, where she was lying at last accounts. The Columbia Mall ot tha lbin says: Tte residence of C. N. Vaught was burned last Monday night. The fire originated from a stove, and tha house was entirely destroy ed before r.ssistance could be obtained. Mr. Vaught, fortunately, had an insurance of $3,000, and a portion of his furniture wa3 saved. Tho Chronicle states that on tho 15th a horrible accident occurred seven or eight mi.es cast oi Knoxvilla which resulted in tbe death of a little negro boy. Ho was riding on a wagon loaded with grain, whau a portion fell off and one oi tne tines oi sa pitchfork penetrating his side, ho died in a few minutes. The Jackson IVhia and Tribune of tte 20th says: On Saturday last a young white woman by the name ot iiizzte xioagson, living at Mr. Jo Greaves', in Southeast Jacksou, wa3 badly burned by coal oil. Sho was llghting.a hre in tho cook stove, pour ed coal oil on the wood to mske it burn quickly, which it did. l'ne Jackson Whig ana lrioune oi toe auin says: A city express wagon wa ran imu on Satnrdsy last by switca engine Dinkey, at the Royal street crossing, and meraiiy smashed. Two darkies were tossod high into tho air, one of them coming down wun a broken leg and the other with a mortal scare. Tho Jonesboro Herald and Tribune siy?: The corn crop is one of tha best that we have bad for years. An unusually largo crop of wheat will be sown this year. In several localities the poultry is dying from cholera. Some farmers have lost all their chickens and turkeys. The Dyersburg Progress jumbles things in this fashion: Part of the price of mar riage licenses in our county is now appro priated for common school purposes, and for this, if fcr no other reason, wo urge up on tho young people of our county tha sto ring necessity of getting married. In the name of the rising generation wo call upon you to get married. Tho Jonesboro Herald and Tribune of the 18th inst. says: Las. Tuesday, F. ancis Gibson, a worthy citizen living near Locust Mount, was hauling a saw-log along the Fall Branch road, and by some means which he was not able to explain, was se riously if not fatally Injured. When found ho was under the wagon and It is supposed that the front wheel ran over him. The Dresden Democrat of the 19th learns that a young man named Stegal, liv ing near Pillowville, was shot and killed Wednesday night about 10 o'clock, by Joe Dolehite. It appears that Stegal and a lewd woman camo to Pillowville Wednesday eve ning and got to drinking. Doleh'to joined tha patty. After a while Dolehite began to flourish bis pistol about, and.it is claimed that it fired accidentally. After the shoot ing be went for a doctor and then left. The Chattanooga Times states that Col. W. A. Hoskins, in connection with several other capitalists, has purchaed the Tellico Plains iron property, and proposes to start np the works next spring. This is one of FALL WITH 11! BOYS' DRESS SUITS, BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS, BOYS' DIAGONAL SUITS, BOYS' BROWN TRICOT SUITS. CHILDREN'S Parragut Skirt Suits! YOUTH'S Diagonal Coats mil Vests D0UBLE-BREA8TED SACKS, D0UKLE-BBEASTED FROCKS, DOUBLE-BBEASTED CUTAWAYS, AT HOKTINGTON'S Opposite Maxwell Hoose sep5 eoa tilljan25 4thp tha best pieces of charcoal iron property In the world. Car wheels made from this iron have been in constant ne for 25 years and are sill S'und. Col. Hoskins, has also sold a tract of iron land extending from near Ooltawah to the Hiwasee river, about 25 miles, to D. Hockett, of Knoxville, and Collin Ford, of Cincinnati, who have Inter ested a number of capitalists In the develop- ment of this ore. Tbey will build several furnaces, rolling mil's, etc, of which our full share will be located in this city, The Covington Record of the 19th re ports an attempted assassination: A young man named William Vernon, narrowly es caped being murdered last Friday morning. He wa3 leisurely riding a'ong on his way to a neighbor's, when the sudden crack of a pistol and tho whiz of a bullet through big clothing put an end to his cogi tations, (the uncomfortably close passage of another ball sttisfisd him that something serious was intend ed, and he quickly realized that he was the co rated victim of a sneaking assassin. The would be murderer was stationed be hind a fence, and after firing two or three times fled through the field. Mr. Vernon saw him living, but not sufficiently well to identify him. iia has his suspicions, however, and if what we hear is true has good ground on which to base them. This is the second young young man who has been fired on in the same neighborhood within a few weeks. It seems as if some reckless lover is determined to rule out all rivals who darJ to invade his eelf-appropri aled realm. KANSAS COTTOX. The recognition of the importance of cot ton as a crop is extending continually, and In territory 'ar north of that which it has been supposed could only p oduce it by the requisite cheap laor, and or quality that could render tho cultivation prontaoie. This has measurably been disproved by the successful cultivation of it in Southern Illi nois aud in Missouri, and now we find that Kansas is engaging in it, and with a promise of success. Messis. Semple, Birge & Col received Monday, from one of their custom ers at Peru, Kansas, a cotton boil, which judges here pronounce a very good sample of low middling, and worth in this market nanic per pound n the quality ot the crop should ba equal. The staple is short but quite fine. Mr. Ingleneld, the corres pondent of S., B. & Co., writes "That there are about acres or cotton in cultivation in the county which all look well and will make good cotton if frost hold3 off, but that the cultivation of it is yet an experiment. If the crops prove successful, tbe grower will order a gin. Si. Louis Republican, Sept. 17- Will they forever have queer ways of doing things in lrelincT The i'ostomca there now complains of a perfect popular misapprehension of the purposes lor which a postoffice exists. Thus, when it was late ly proposed, in order that letters might ba carried to a certain village, that the mail car should set out at a different hour, tbe change was opposed on the ground that "it would be so inconvenient to gentleman go ing to fish in a certain lake" an objection which could not have been made anywhere Intln world outside of "the gem of the sea." DIED. CONLEY Died on vesterday, at Little Bock, Ark., of yellow faver, J. A. Cosljsy, Telegraph Operator at that place, In tho 30th yeartof his age. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. EIBST PBESBYTEKIAN CHUBCH, Bev Thomas A. Hoyt, Pastor Services at 11:00 a m by the pastor and at 7 p m by Bev. Frank D. Moore. SECOND PBESBYTEBIAN CHUBCH, Bev. J. W. Hoyte, Pastor Services at 11 a m and 750 p m. hy the pagtor. "tENTBAL BAPIIST CHTJBCH, Bev. TV. by Bev. "W. N. Chaudoin and at 7:30 p m by tne pastor. EDGEFIELD PBESBYTEBIAN CHUBCH. Bev. J. H. SIcNeilly, Pastor Services at 11:0J a m and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor. TULIP STBEET CHUBCH, Edgefield Bev. B. K. Brown, pastor. Services at 1050 CHUBCH OF THE ADVENT Services by Bev. Edward Bradley at 10:30 a m and 7:S0 p m. CHRIST CHUBCH, Bev. W. Graham, Sec tor Services at 10:30 a m and 7:30 p m. Subject of evening lecture, "Bnth." . McCLUBE'S HALL, 22 North Cherry street Services at 10:30 am by Bev. "W. J. Ellis. ELM STBEET CHUBCH, Bev. B. A. Young. D.D., Pastor Preaching at 10: 15 a m. and 8 p m. NOBTH EDGEFIELD.; PBESBYTEBIAN MISSION Services at 4:00 p m by Bev. J. H. McNeilly iDGEFIELD CUMBEBLAND PBESBY l TEBIAN CHUBCH, Bev. J. D. Kirfcpat rlck. Pastor Services at 10:30 a m and 8pm by the pastor. Snnday-achool at 8:30 a m. FIRST CUMBERLAND PBESBYTEBIAN CHUBCH Services at ll:t0 a m and 8pm by Bev. A. J. Baird at Masonic Hall. Sabbath scho 1 at 9:00 a m. WEST END Preaching at 7:30 o'clock pm by Kev. J. Vr. Hunter. No service In the morning. McICENDBEE CHUBCH, Bev. D. C. Kelley Pastor Services at 10:30 a m by Bev. Dr. "Walker of Galveston and at 7pm by tho pa tor. i u NION CHAPEL Services at 10:30 and 7.p. m by Bev. L. Bean of Ohio. ST. PETEB'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH North Nashville. Divine services by Bev. AY'. Graham at4 p m. Sunday-school at 3pm. CLAJBOENE CHAPEL Services at 11:00 a m and 7:EO p m by Bev. B. T. Bowland. EDGEFIELD BAPTIST CHUBCH, Bev. W. A. Nelson,Pastor faervlces at 10:46 a m and at 7-30 p m by tho pastor. EIBST BAPTIST CHUBCH, Bev. T. G. Jones, D.D., Pastor Services at 11:00 a m and at 7:30 p m by the pastor, after which the ordinance of baptism will be administered by the pastor. CHRISTIAN CHUBCH, Church street Ser vices at le:00 a m, and 7:45 p ra by the pas tor, Eld. P. S. "all. ANNOUNCEMENTS. First Ward. WE are authorized to announce the name of M. MAHONEY for the position or Coun cilman from tha First Ward. sep21 Ct Is answer to a call made some time since by the voters of the First "Ward, JAS. A. STEELE announces himself a candidate for the position of Alderman Jrom that ward, John McLaughlin withdrawing from tbe candidacy in his favor. sep21 et NSW GOODS!! GREAT BARGAINS is Ml mi Winter Goods! AS THE PBiLADBLPiiiA nm Black Alpacas In great variety; Colored Alpacas and Empress Cloths; 8 lk Poplins and Velours very cheap; Flannels and Blankets at reduced prices; , Shawls and Balmoral Skirts cheap; Waterproof and Pressed yfannela very low; BUachtd and Brown Domestics Cheaper than ever; Corsets', Hosiery and Gloves In great varietyr Table Linens; Towels and. Napkins very cheap; A full and complete stock of Ladles', Misses and Children's Shoes chearer than offered before- Specialties next week. MjicitrGiixiiff, eep2l3m 4thp . Two. deorsXrom Deader! st- FALL GOODS! Immense Bargains !! KEW BIjACK. SILKS. StOUJtSlXS DRESS GOODS la great variety. KEW BCA.CS. ALPACAS, cheap. M3 W COLORED ALPACAS, Hess Colon SEW XEIIEKAJr SUITIAG. CAMEL'S HAIU CLOTH. HEW EXPSE'S CLOTH, NEW SATISAS, New Colors. PERSIAN SHAH 'CLOTH, NEW SD&WL9, NEW HVLXUXB. WATERPROOFS lend REPEIX 4.HTS. GREAT BARGAINS IN FLANNELS. GREAT B 1RGAIN8 IN BLANKETS. GREAT BARGAINS. IN CORSETS. GREAT BARGAINS IN HOSIERT, Etc Table Linens, Towels, Domestics, Shirtings and Sheetings cheaper than ever. Southern Palace, XI 3 CHURCH STREET. J0M GILGAN & 0. scp20 tf 4tbp wed, sat, sun, City Notices. .Seventh Ward Morris Club wili meet next Monday night, at Greenh'Ige's Drrg Store, at 7 o'clock. Let all Morris men be present. By order of the President. W. B. Morgan, Sec'y. It Ninth Tf ard Morris Clnb. A meeting will be held at the Eogine House, Monday night, at half-past 1 o'clock. It Always Ahead. Ely & Whiteside are receiving daily all the latest styles of Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods 41 North Cherry street. It L&9t Chance This Round. If you've not procured your tickets in Goliad aj 'a 56 th Drawing, send your order to-day to J. R Golladay, Bowling Green, Ky. They will be filled up to the departure ot the last mail Monday. It Received hy Express. A full line of colored .Lyons sues, m an me new ciotu shades, such as Chamois. Bronze, r.eseda, Amazon, Smoke, etc, e'e Also the finest Ulack iiepp Mlk3, a snpenor dye. These gDoas aro warrantee; nos to cnt, at yjt. ice & Co's. sep21 41 Camel's Hair Cloths, Empress Clolhs, Cashlmeres, Baritz Cloths, Serges, Poplins, auteens, ltspeiiants, etc., in ail the new colors, jnst received to-day at G. Rica & uo s. eepai 45 Redinsrotes. Ortolans, Sacqaes, Dolmas, Suits in Silks, Poplins, Waterproofs, and all made in the latest styles, elegantly trim med, and now on exhibition at G. Rice & Co's, sepl 4t Shawls, Scarfs, Children's Knitted Sacks, the most beautiful ever shown in this city, and at reasonable prices, at G. Bice & Co's. sep21 4t Mourning Goods, Alpacas, Velerian Cloth, Bombazines, Biaritz Cashmeres, Ans Crapes, Satteeas, Princetta Cloths, Trim ming Crapes, Crape Collars and Sets, are in abundance at G. Rice & Co's. sepXl 41 Onr Flannels, Blanke's, Hosiery, Lin ens, Domestics, Crashes, Sheetings,Towels, are worth looking at, as the assortment is by far the largest evfir brought to Nashvillo, and the prices so low. Call and look at our ent re stock. It will pay you. G. Rice & Co sep21 41 Novelties rec3ived this week in Belts, Ruchlngs, Ties, Scarfs, Gloves, Linen Sets, Embroideries, Passamentary Trimmings, Beaded Laces, Yak Laces. Call anyhow, at G. Rice & Co'a. sep21 41 Elegant Dress Goods. Diagonals, in all the new shades. last ocened. Thcrrmson Bros. & Kelly, Summer street. sep21 3t White Flannels . Ballardvale Flannels just opened. Best goods in the market. Thompson iJros. & Jveiiy, bummer street. sep21 5t Fall and Winter Goods. Mrs. Tynes has returned from the Eist with an elegant assortment of Bonnets and Round Hats. Also a very choice selection of Oxydized Jewelry, Belt Bnckles, Cloak Clasps and Buttons. All tbe novelties in Ruffs, Ties and Sashes. 24 Summer street. eep21 lw Parents can have their boys measured and clothes cut to order, by calling at the Tom Thumb Clothing Store, G9 College st. It Jnst the Trick. An experienced Cut ter, to cnt clothing to order, has been en gaged at the Tom Thumb Clothing Store. It Beautiful PIctnres-The increased demand for tbos beautiful Shadow or Rem brandt Photographs, made at Poole's Gal lery, is evidence of the good taste asd ap- Ereciatlon of the people. They are admired y all who see them. Remember, for tho best work, Poole's. sep21 tf Fall Style Silk Hats at MKee's, 3G Union street. eep20 2t Fall Style Hate, all the latest, at Mc Kee's, 36 Union street. sep20 2t Jnst Received A largo lot of Scarfs, Ties and Bows, "latest styles," at McKeo's, 36 Union street. sep20 2t Shirts made to order and guaranteed to fit, at McKee's, 36 Union street. sep20 2s Black Silks! Black SUks!-Just re ceived, a large stock of Grograins, Taffetas, etc., iu all eradea. Prices lower than last season. Be sure to examine our Black Silks before buying. Samples sent by mail. Thompson Bros. & Kelly, Summer street. sep20 5t A Word to Working People of Both Sexes. Mechanics, artisans, factory hands, and people who labor for a living, find it very difficult, if not impossible, to keep the hands free from stain. Hand Sapolio will not only remove every particle of stain, and what is called "grained in dirt," but it will also keep the skin soft and pliable, renror ing the muscular action as quick and easy as Is tbe case with those who do not per form hand labor. It Is only 10 and 15 cents a cake, according to size. Every mechanic should use it constantly in place of all other soaps, sop20 dlw&wlt latest tfew York NoTeltit HATS t AND Fine Famishing Goods'! PAVE JUST BEEN BEOEIVZD BY 29 Nortli Clierry Street. T HEY HAVE DETERMINED TO SEOvVJf- a Stock or uooua mia eeasua auiioiiut m uj thing ever offered in Nashville. Their Stock em- f braces everything to b3 found in tho most fash ' lonableJJraadwayJwuses An Impectlon Is ear nestly solicited, whether you wish to purchase "ornot. - eeplleodly 4xrani opening i; OP DRY GOODSL AT THE TRADE FILACER . ; : 14 PUBLIC SQUARE. New:Ottoman StripctfShawU for $2.50; cheap.at. SL00. ' New Black and Colored Alpaca, 25c. ; New French Corsetj'OOc., worth S1.23. . ' New styler Leather and Velvet Belts Z5c., worth' 60c '' New Turkey Bed Table Linen 83c, worth. V3Sff . New Bleached and Brown Sheeting, 2tf' yardaA J wide, 35c ' New" UfancT Heavy BIeacheaD6mestrcryardr wide, 12c . NewKuchlng's Kid Gloves SCcapatr; 2-button Kids 75c i New and full lines of Jaconet and other Trim mings. sepH tilljanl3,74 4thp PAINT Beady mixed for use. Any ono can apply it; Beautiful and durable. Also, Painters', Ar tists' and Wax Flower Materials of erery kind. YOUR Window Class, Oils, Varnish, Brashes, Sh, Boors, Blinds, you will get cheap, If you buy at 15 North CoUesco Street, Nsshrille, Teas., C2IAS. II- GAUTMIXR'S. USE aug 7 wed frl, sat&ann, lyltnp City Notices.. Fashionable Dress-making. Mrs. Seymour, with Thompson Bros. & Kelly, has just returned from New York with the very latest styles. Ample arrangements are now being made to execute orders with dispatch. Special attention given to the getting up of Bridal and Evening Costumea. Her spacious apartments, above Thompson Bros. & Kelly, are now open fr business. Charges moderate, and all work promptly delivered. Mrs. Seymour, with Thompson Bros. & Kelly, Summer street. seplO Ct Lande & Brother, Hatters and Fur riers, 21 Public Square, are daily receiving the latest style Hats and Gents' Famishing Goods. Their stock of Dress Furs is com plete. They make also Dress Furs to order and alter them into fashionable styles. sepl8 4i Battle Honse Bathing and Shaving Sa loon. H you want a nice Shave, Hair Cnt, Shampoo, in fact anything in the tonsorial line, call at the Battle House Barber Shop,, where every attention will be paid to cos to-, mers. Webster & Gregory. seplT lw . . Scshenck's Mandrake Pills. These Pills are composed exclusively ot vegetable inregdients, and although they entirely supersede the use of mercury, do not leave any of its injurious effects. They actdl ectly upou tha liver, and are a valuable smedy in all cases of derangement result ing from a disordered state of that organ, Liver Complaint, Bilious Disorders, Indi gestion, Sick Headache, Typhoid Fevers, eta, etc., all succumb to the free use of Schenck's.Mandrake Pills. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers. myd eodtilJjanl5,'74 Trunks, Yalises and Satchels in great variety, elegant, substantial and cheap, at Wm. Dunstead'a Trunk Store, 31 North College street, between Union and Church, Sowanee Block. jc6 tf STATE OF TKE WEATJIXIt. Local Report for this City, Satarday, Sept. 20.1S73. aimc Bar. !The Wind. Weather TlOO A 2 11:21 A. X 2:00 p. M 9-.CO r. it 10:21 T. it 30.10! NE gentle Fair Fair Fair Fair Clear Clear 30.11 N rresn E centle 30.08 30.061 N U fresh 30.1 Calm 130.12 58 Calm Telegraphic Report fron Signal Service Con V, S. A., of Obtereation, at Z:K o'clock P.iL-Bf the Pacific and Atlantic Line. S 3 3 I u, o 3 a 5-3! State ot a Weather. Place of Ob servation. 15 O&lrOta ...... .... Chicago... ....... Cincinnati........ 30.07 KW 4 Clear 4!Falr 4; Clear lO.Falr 4 Clear 10 Clear 6 Cloudy 6'Falr 30 13 8 E 30.14 N Davenport. Iowa.1 30.06 j 20.031 30.03 S S ijeavenwortn, x.r. LiouianiLQ. Memphis.,... Nashville New Orleans ... Omaha, Neb Pittsburg Shreveport, La. . SLLouK... St. Paul Vlcksburg. Keokuk. N 30.09 NW 30.06 29.93 N W E SE N W N E N E Fair Cloudy Fair Fair . , 29.9a 30.09 29.97 t50.10 30.00 30 03 29.99, S E Tho'rfnjp Clear 77 N W ,581 12ICloudy ., vau dkpabtmkkt, Officb of Chief Signal Offices, WAniNOTtri, Bv C, Sept. 20, 1873. ProbabilUiei. For Sunday In the lliddle and Eastern States in the morning, frost, and during the day generally clear weather with northwest winds. For. the South Atlantic and Eastern Gulf States, northerly winds veering to northwest and partly cloudy weather. For the lower lakes and Ohio valley, during the night frost, and on Sunday clear, dry weather, followed Sunday evening in the Ohio valley by northeast and southeast winds and increasing cloudiness. For the upper lakes and Northwest, falling barometer, increasing southerly winds, ris ing temperature and cloudy or threatening wea.ner. RTVEIC HEWS. Dally Keport or Stare of Water, with Change; In the -1 hours ending 8 p. m. Sept. 20, 1873. I ABOVE I LOW WATZB. STATIONS. RISC 7 ALL. . ft. I In. ft. I in. ft,ln.Stl Cairo , Cincinnati. 4 1 1 1 Davenport Keofcuk 1 Mr o 6 V .. ft 3 - Leavenworth........ Louisville , 3 Memphis............. Nashville .4 1 New Orleans 14 Pittsburg , aureveport. St. Louis. 1 St. Paul Vlcksburg. 7: I .manic ..) indicates no report; cipher (o, 11a- tionarv: minns I 1 tandenev ta fall: nlnn ft) ten-ais-. dncy to rise. A. O. Foed. Observer. The river continues to decline at this;'- point, with 18 inches on the Shoals. Lord Palmerston has "mxd- a move,' 'M1 and gone to the country to rejuvenste, - HO