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Capital, . $200,000.00. THE STATE INSURE IN .1; ... INSURANCE COMPANY NASHVILLE. :Cftice in the Company's (Building, JY0.30 Worth College St. ' John Jjumsden, tPres't. G. P. Thruston. Tlce Pres't, . 2). Johnson, Sec'y. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Union Ticket Offlce, Maxwell Boose A. H. Robinson, Agent. Arrival and Departure 01 Trains - at Nashville. LOCTSVlLLie ATO HASHYILLE AJTD (iHAT SOITH LES-Depot, North Col lege Street. J. V. Brook, A genu TAAIBS. LXAVBA. Northern, Eastern and Westers Erpress , Northern, Eastern and Western Wall. 1 orthern, eastern and Western Express 10:40 P. Jf. 6.20 A. X. 8:30 P. X. 2 00 P.X. T:4Sa.X. 5:60 p. X- l" ! P. X. 8:(9 a. X.;tl2:i0 P.X Mobile St N. U. Express Decatur Mail -Columbia Aoeommod'n! Discon- tinned. 4:00 p.H fl(K4 A.x. Aceommod'onj v . f. AIMOKK, Qea'l P a-A and Ticket Agent HJHYIH E. CH4TTABOOUA AID ST. LOCI8. Depot, Church street. T. M : Oanmncban, Ticket Agent. souther 4S rn Mail..; :) A. x. 1 12-25 P.X. " Express :0U p. X 12:35 A. a. BtLooif M.AN.O.Ex 10 a.. t: & Western MaU 12:30 p. x. 6 SO a. at. ; ShelbyviUs Accoiom'Gn f 4:00 p. x (tlo:00 a. k. W. L. DAN LEY. Gen'l Pass. Ticket Agent. Daily, t aily except Sunday. The g:00 a. x. and 12:25 P. x. trains will not atop at flag nation. ST. LOnN ASD SOCTIIEAKTEBH (OonoMaatd. Depot opposite L. and X. Depot. North College street. J. A. Dahlgren, General A genu TKATBS. I AUKITE. No. t St. liOnU Mail.l dailv. except Sunday. j 1:55 A. X. Ko. 4 St. Losls Express, dally.- i 1-32 r.u. Ko. i; Nashville Mail, dailr, except Sanaa. 12: A. x. No. S. Nashville Ex- treat, daily "jNO. W. MASS, Gen'l Ticket Agent TEXXESSEE PACIFIC BAILBOAD. Ox and after Mar 28, trains will ran as ftrt low; Depot South Cherry St. Ko. l.daUy.exceptSnn-j j " days... I 8:56 - - GEO. MANEY, Pres't & Supt. BALTIMORE AXD OHIO KAILBOAD. Tae sVortest and quickest route to Washing ton. Kaltimure, the East and South-east. CODES0BD TIMS' TABLE THSOC8H TRA1KB. VIA PAKKEKSBCRQ XAT 10, 1874. Fast Line. St. Louis Express. Daily. 9:55 aim. T:!0 a.m. 8:40 a.m 1:20 p.m. 8 IS p.m. 5:00 a.m. Dailr. t-.SO p.n 6:50 p.B Leave Cincinnati Arrive Wat-hingtou... " Baltimore..... " Philadelphia.. New York Boaten &'A) p.m. 3 a m. fi t a.m. 4:50 p.m. Pal&na Dram iuiT-Koom and Sleepin Cam from St. Louis, Cincinnati and Columbus to Washington and Baltimore without change of Throse- tickets and further Information can fee obtained at all principal Ticket Offices troeehtHit the West. Sonth-wert and Siortu wT. twos. p. BAKUV, Western Paweuger gent1 Cincinnati. oriSTIELE A tISOISXATI SHOBT . E.ISE KAII.BOAO. Trains leave ana rite at LouiiTUle as follows: TRUSS. I Rtinn Vast Line, ex-l LAAVS. akriv. cent Snndar :50 A. X. I 7:15 Eartern Exprns. d!i!T..j 2:10 P. X. :l30 lght fcx-i prefa, except Snndav 11:30 P. X 6:00 A. X. tax. nrrrr.ne mail, n espt Sunday Mt-.it-rlmit Ki press, exaept Sunday....... Lairraufe Aeeommoda tioo, except Sunday Larrrpe Accommoda tion, except Sunday.. Sbelbyrllle Mail except' Sunday. SualbTTtlle Express ex- eept 8 and st 6:00 A. X. 2-.50 P. X. 9:30 A. X. 8:00 A. X. 6:00 P. X. 8.110 p. x. 11:00 A. X :30 P. X. 8:06 A. X. :30 P. X 8:08 A. X. 3:30 P.X. 48 Church Street. The nubile will find the bushings office of the Uinos and Amebicak at 45 Church street, corner of Printer's Alloy, nearly opposite the old Counting Room. N Ad verll anient a. Insure la the State Insurance Company, The old toll Bite stand property, near On junction of the Charlotte and Clifton turn Hikes in this county, will be ottered at County Court sale, on Saturday, Oct. 10. Barnes & Co., sell this morning, at their auction room, a large stock of furniture and carpets. Winstead. Shields & Co, will sell to "tlie trade" at 10 o'clock this morning, laree invr.'ce of hardware, aud a remnant of Groceries, furniture, etc A country residence wanted in excliange for valuable c tv propertv. bee Brown & i 'brathatn's advertisement in Waut column. City bonds, insurance, railroad and other Ftocks for sale by . K. Brown. Sie the city notices of Ilojan Bros, on this pawe. They oner a great variety of trrxxls chcaoer than elsewhere. McKee lias Broadway silk hats and new style scarfs. Youths' and children's clothinc and fur- xishing goods to be found in variety at the Tom Thumb Clothing Store, on College stre-t. Francisco, the hatter, 4H Market street, has hats that cannot be excelled. The next cift conci'rt of the Public Li brary of Kentucky comes oil Nov. SO. This is aunounced as the last concert and the last chance. Order your tickets. Beeond Ward. If Martin Dalton will consent to be come a candidate for Councilman of the .Second ward, he will receive the support of It JlASY OTEBS. A Call. If Hugh McGavock will consent to be come a candidate fur re-election as Alder man of tle Ninth ward, lie will receive the support of a majority of tlie voters. Scholastic Census of Haywood. scholastic returns from Haywood were received at the o"ice of the Slate Superin tendent yesterday, showing a scholastic population of 0,5:! 4, of which number 2,."01 are win to anc o,'.'t.J coloreu. Kevextb Ward. Clias. H. Kvman for Alderman, and if S, J. Underwood and Henry Hill will consent to become candidates fur Couucihnen thev will receive the support of the majority of the voters of the teiith ward, and your .services are earnestly solicited. Kefrrstiinenl at tbe ExposlUon. Parties visiting the Esposilion can bo lumisbed with ck1 beer,wines, cigars, etc., at Hess fc Weitmullers simple room, on the left of the main entrance, comer of UroaJ and S'lfuce streets. Give them a call. ' ' ' Forfeited Hi Bond. John Charleston, colored, arrested on the charge of assaulting Jack Doran, colored, with an in'ent to commit murder, forfeited his bond of S1,00 for appearance before Justice Cassetty yesterday aliernoon. Th St. Ixals and Sionttteaslerii Ball. road. We find the following iu the Low (ih.be: St. Lot is, Sept. 15, 17 i. I tlesire to inform vou that no change in the manage ment of any part of this conuwmy's road is contemplated, or likely to Uke place, aud that lhj article to that effect, copied iu your aluable Journal of this date, from the Hmdernon Chronicle, i without founda tion, and was intended to injure this com pany, as well as to mislead the jKiblie J. U. Wilpox, Vice President. ktOalln- PiS- Heury Williams, colored, was arrested by officers Ryman and Fletcher yesterday, on the charge of stealing a sow and eight pigs, the property of Doe Foster, colored. Williams was sent to jail to await trial before Justice Cassetty at 9 o'clock this morning. , A Profealenal Dead Beat. John Drake was arrested by OlScer Wo Kinney aud Heald last Thursday on the charge of vagrancy, and was sent down to the workhouse to await trial before the Re corder. After an investigat ion of his case yesterday morning, it was proven to the sat isfaction of the court that Drake was a professional swindler, lie was released on condition that ha would leave town by five o'clock yesterday afternoon. X Tho Let-talatiyo Ilexes. To the Union aud American: Davidson county is entitled to the ser vices of the best qualified citizen she lias on the Legislative ticket. Ex -Gov. Brown is certainly in that list. Let him be placed on the ticket, in place of Judge Lea, de clined. The people will not be satisfied with one less competent. Edgkfikij). It was Hot Charlie Boss. Thursday evening a gentleman was walk ing along College stieet, between the Square and the Louisville depot, when he discovered a child that seemed in peculiar distress, being led by an old colored woman. The woman told him in response to a question concerning it, that it was lost, and she had found it crying on the street. The gentleman led the youngster back to. the police stat ion, where a white woman soon claimed it as hers. We have no satisfac tory evidence tL at it was "Charlie Ross." Meeting; of the Mate Ienaeratle Ex. ecatlve Committer. The State Democratic Executive Com mittee held sessions in this city on Thurs day and yesterday and transacted some im portant business. Arrangements were made for a thorough organization of the party throughout the State. Maj. Wm. J. Sykes was selected to act as secretary of the committee until the No vember election, and all communications intended for the committee should be ad dressed to him, at Nashville. The address which we publish this morning is one of the first fruits of the committee's deliberations. Personal. Maj. F. M. Duffy, of the Franklin, Patriot, and Prof. Roland Day, of the Jiovslinj Grten Vaidagraph, dropped down into the city yesterday, aud while here took a peep at the Exposition. Assistant United States Attorney Harri son returned yesterday from a Northwest ern tour. J. A. Dahlgreen, General Agent of the St. Louis and Soutlte astern road, returned to the city yesterday from New York. Mr. J. S. Baker, of the Troy Sacs, is visiting Nashville. Hiram Johnson, Esq., of liumboldt, one of the most energetic and efficient mem bers of the State Democratic Executive Committee, was among the callers at the Uiios akd Americas office yesterday. Ex-President Johnson returns from Gal latin this morning. Dlehl 4z Lord at Memphis. Adam Diehl, the senior partner of the well known and popular firm of Diehl & Lord, of this city, manufacturers of ginger ale and soda water, and bottlers of cream ale, porter and cider, leaves for Memphis this inorniug to superintend the opening of a branch establishment of their business at that point. The headquarters of tbe Mem phis house will be located on "Washington street. We can safely commend Mr. Diehl to the good people of Memphis as a pre nipt, reliable and enterprising business man. May good luck and success attend his ef forts to supply the public with beverages, w hich afford comfort and strengtli, without causing intoxication. Their house at this place wiii till continue to supply their customers w lib everythirj in their line, of the best quality aud at low prices. A Mjstery Explained. Toe industrious d?nizens of Decherd have btteu cudgeling their brains for a long time to find a reason for a certain colored Individual s worldly prosperity. IhiS in dividual was industrious, but honest, to all appearances. He was also a teamster. whereby came a disclosure. He hauled some sacked wheat for Mr. Russell, mer chant, who h' been m:ssing his wheat by sundry parcels. Other things had disap peared mysteriously ' Mine time; so, said Russell to himself on Sunday. '-I'll catch somebody a' Monday " and set a gun with wire attachments among his wheat sacks. A repot t was beard Monday night and th4 tejuter was found near by, shot through the kue.a, Qn Tuesday, the doctor cut oil his leg and now thfl darkey rests. while the Decherd people ate unking sta tistics of all that has been stolen there since the war a' d comparing it w ith his assets, Marrlaare Lie en Tlie County Court Clerk issued marriage licenses to the following persons during the week ending yeaietday : Nim Lowery to Bertie Horn. J. W. Steele to Mary Buchaitsti. Geo. W. Light to Arteruicia Suyiler. Alansoa B. heelock to Emily C. Sel don. F. C. Parade to Elizabeth Adcock. J. V. Sawyer to Sarah J. Brannon. John Baker to Catharine E. iicUrory, Ed Wallace to Sallie McNairy. J. T. Bichardson to Maggie Adams. Alex. Griffin to Caroline Benton. COLOIXD. Edward Morse to Louisa Simmons. Wm. Fall to Mary J. Allison. J. W. Cooper to Lizzie Reedy. James Hamilton to Nellie Frazier. Had Her Bcveng-e. "No person or pervens," says Lellvett's Digest of the Laws of Nas'uviik', "shall be permitted directly or Indirectly, within the limits of the city, to exercise the business of fortune telling, or to propose or attempt to teil fortunes or attempt to ascertain the present, past or future condition of any person or persons for gain or otherwise, nor sliail any person or persons exercise the business of planet reading within the lim its of the city, without hrst obtaining a license therefor." In consequence of these statutes Dock Foster, colored, was arrested yesterday. Laura McGavock, the alleged arsenic scatterer, informed against him. She told the officers that Foster had su: ested to her the propriety of "going to a certain gate post and digging by it till she found a bottle, w hich she was to break, as a means of relieving her of a spell of sick ness. She didu't find the bottle, and didn't get well, and so she had Dock arrested for lortune telling and planet reauing. Am use meat a. Masusic Hall. There was a gratifv- lug attendance at Masonic Hall last uiglit to witness tlie tierformauce of E. B. Brown's Dramatic Company, which has been er.courayeJ to protract its engagement here for one week. But for the various other amusements iu the city there would. no doubt, Iiave been a rousing audience. Destiny-' was produced for the first time in rsasliville, aud was enacted in a very creditable manner. To-night this company will play Rip Van Winkle with Mr. Huntley in the title role We feel safe in predicting an excel lent entertainment. A big turn-out to night will of course add to the success of the play and to the enjoyment of the crowd. "Slasher and Crasher" will be the after piece, and will cause merriment enough to prolong the lives of those who see iL OrKHA Uot'BE. A fair audience greeted the first appearance of E. T. Stetson, in the sensational drama of "Neck and Neck," at the Opera House last evening. Mr. Stet son is an actor of meri and is well sirp jrtcd by the company. There will be a matinee this afternoon, when Neck and Neck will be presented. For to-night, there is offered a double bill, embracing tlie French Spy" and "Neck and Neck." Ihe Selden Irwin Combination This troupe will open a week's engagement at the Opera House nevt Monday evening. Tlie leading memlers of tlie organization are, liarry xtainionu ann sir. and airs. Selden Irwin, all of whom never fail to come up to the requirements of the most ar- tistical audience. Harry lialnforth, a first lass young commedian, represents Lord Dundreary, In a very acceptable manner, nd invariably gives his auditors a clear conception of the aristocratic English swell. NASHVILLE im'Ofi AD,?AME1UCAN., SATURDAY. SEPTEIBER 19. 1874. ILL OYER THE CITT. The Criminal Court enjoy8 recess till Monday. ' Dr. it. K. nargrove will preach at Wood bine, Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. . Justice Cassetty committed Henry Wil liams, colored, to jail yesterday, on the charge of hog-stealing .. The city election, the event which trans pires but once a year, is only a week otL The municipal atmosphere is thick with tbe busy notes of preparation. . The Cincinnati Commercial now reaches us in eleven hours from the press. At 530 p. t. of the day of issue copies are for sale at the new s stands in Nashville. Laura McGavock, arrested on the charge of attempting to poison the family of Mrs. L. F. Argo, was discharged by Justice Ev erett yesterday, tlie evidence not being suf ficient to sustain tlie charge. While a watermelon wagon was being driv en down College street yesterday, the wheels of tbe concern seceded from the body, which, with its contents, fell a confused mass to the ground. Some one standing; by remarked that it was a mcon-choly event. A number of small boys in the immediate neighborhood didnt see it iu that light, however. The dreep interest exhibited by negroes in the trial of criminal cases has become a ma'ter of remark and some surprise. Tlie colored gallery in tbe Criminal Court room during trials is nearly always full of sable spectators, whether the cases on trial in volve their own people or whites. Many of them, male and female, remain there from morning till evening, attentively lis tening to every word ot the testimony and argument. Their conduct is generally quiet and orderly, but most of them are, no doubt, idlers, for whom tbe Criminal Court is a sort of substitute for a theatre. It is not at all probable that many of them go there for the purpose of getting informa tion concerning criminal law. Judge Lea's Declination. To the Union and American; As one of the citizens of Davidson county I protest against the declination of Judge Lea being received. He is able in mind, ia body and in purse to serre us in the Legislature. He must do it. He has more at stake than any other man in the State, with one or two exceptions. The nomination went to him unsolicited. He cannot decline. If he will not volunteer, be must be conscripted. The Committee should not for a moment entertain his let ter. This is no time for squeamishness; hence I talk plain. If Judge Lea will not serve them, Democratic institutions are at a discount, and we had better do as tliey did in New Orleans, call in Grant's regu lars to rule us. and thus end the farce of Republican Government. Plats Talk. Tbe I oar Is. Criminal Coi kt. Slate vs. Jesse Buclianan, colored, convicted of larceny, and time fixed at three years in the pern. tentiary. CincTiT Covet Alexander W. Camp bell vs. K. iL Porter et als pending. 1kobatk CoutT. Anna B. Uaslam was qualified as administratrix of tbe estate of Samuel Uaslam, deceased. Tb Jloere Memorial Lecture and Concert. Rarely has a larger or more brilliant au dience complimented a lecturer and singers than that which greeted Rev. Frank Moore and his musical allies at tlie First Presby terian last night. The programme as an nounced met the best taste of tbe city, and the names- annexed to the several parts guaranteed a conscientious and satisfactory iierformance. Mrs. Blanduer's opening voluntary tested the ability of tbe organ to produce an im pressive and pleasant effect, and pre pared the audience for the magnifi cent selection lroin La ilacue, rendered iu fine critical style by Mrs. Craig and Messrs. Dorman and Stewart. Then came Miss Curry's solo, Millard's "He shall judge." The evident delight wiih which this was received was a high testimonial of the fine taste of the audi ence. and the exquisite voice and skill of the fair singer. Next, Mr. Stewart, our favorite tenor, sau; a solo from Stradella, "Pit-, O Lord." Mr. Stewart was suffering from that bete noir of singers a had cold but gare his selection with pleasant effect, quite master ing the obstacles as well as his music, JJey- Mr. Hoyt now presented the lecturer, Rev. Prank Muore, Seldom has a lecturer had his way so carpeted with rosiis, In the place still eloquent with the memories of his beloved father, among friends enthusi astic and sympathetic, and heralded by de licious melodies, Mr. Moore did not lack incentives, w hile his audience were willing to hear in him even a Cassandra or prophesying ey results of bad ways and they heard it. He gave the text of his lecture in tiiini the audience that Cassandra was the daugh ter of the King of 1 roy, a beautiful iTineess who won the love of the sun god, Appollo, but who laughed at her suitor when to win her he bcstQwod the gift of propliecy. Then swift-flying 4ppol0 swprp that though Cas sandra mignt see HI that was written on the page of to-morrow, none shoojd believe her. In vaiu shrieked the maid and cried out to her people of impeudlng wars; "She is mad, said they, pityingly, and though the coming days verified her prophecies, the pppple learned not to believe her nor cealiid to deride and pity. Herein the lec- .turer found figa pf the present. The evil tendencies of the tlmtw cwjcfr the shadow of the fatal end before the Deonle's very eyes, yet checking none. The lecturer decried the growiug disposition to become absorbed In tea mere business affairs of life, and treat with contempt tnehiglr pursuits. He declaimed strongly against the reign of "common sense," which means to subor- Jinats the nobler aims of existence to the maki ng of nionoy, and exalt the mere bread and butter man o?er the man of thought, His Cassandra told a cad story cf the degeneracy of the times, of the want of uncommon sense in politics, literature and science. .ne cried aioua and spared not for a time, but eventually saw, In the ecsta- cy of prophecy, the day approach wheu God tl)2ll call our nation to its higher taste, fcud on the battered ruins of this dav's Policy and law shall rise the very dream and glory of the state, which shall bind the broken people and swathe in child-like rest, the angry pas sions ot the mob. After the lecture came Mrs. Craig's solo, Show me Thy Ways, O Lord;" A prayer rendered in harmony with purest thought. This peerless voiced singer leads us to the heart of m!ody. The quality thereof is like merry s, "not strained, but fa! let b like the gentle rain from heaven, and is refresh mg. "Charity," that beautiful and favorite quartette from Uossini, finished the programme. Mrs. Craig rendered the lead ing soprano par. and was well sustained by Mrs. Duncan, Miss Bailey and Mrs. Patton, she that carried tlie city by storm in Old Folk9; Concert w ith quaint "Bar bara Allan." A crush of fine textile fabrics, a murmur ing rush of low voi.s, nasties of color, a moving of many feet, and so closed a most enjoyable evening. Every one conuected with this affair has reasou to lie proud of the large audience which gathered, despite the fact that every pLice of amusement in the city was ojien. r. LOO li WORK. The Siberia" of Hlmatsoa County, Kjr stabbed Mx time by a Desperado. Thursday evening, about six o'clock. at Franklin Kv-, quite a serious dificultv occurred between J. P. Edarinrds, sheriff of Simpson county, and Ed. Tapscott. The difhculty occurred as fbitows: Tapscott was D'tlcted sometime since and fined for selling whisky without license. The sber- ff procured a capias for lapscott s arrest and upou his failing to pay the tine arrested him. X apscott resisted and attempted to make his escape. Edmonds shot at him ana again arrestea mm ana piacea mm in jail. He was released on bail, aud while Edmunds was standing upon the street, lipped up on him and slabbed him verv severely in tlie back and head, inllicting about six wounds in all. Tbe sheriff turned and fired at him twice but failed to hit him. Tapscott made good his escape and has not been captured. Sheriff Edmunds is siuTeriug very much, but his wounds are not considered danger ous by the physicans who attended him. Trck friendship is like sound health. the value of it is seldom known until it is lost. fTxDREW JOLLXSOnX w-- . . , .... The HsJb Points of His Speech at Gal ' latin Yesterday." r - - ' - ' Formal Announcement of His Candi dacy for the Senate lib Record from '33 to '69 a Platform Good Enough for Elm. Ex-lTesident jonnson aouressea a very large audience, Including many ladies' at Gallatin, . yesterday afternoon. He com menced by saying that he was one of tbe original Grangers, having advocated their fWindples in a message to the Senate in I fl Sd5. Agriculture, tte mechanic arts and 1'l.kn.w.M tlia tr.pv fAnndallAn ff uviIaI. In referring to the financial condition of the country, he advocated the payment of interest on bonds only Tor the amount at which they were actually sold. Tbe inter- est was now $1,500,000 per annum, and .half that amount could be saved by adopt ing his plan, as tho greater portion of the bonds were disposed of by the government at 50 cents on the dollar. Ibis Interest should be paid in greenbacks. 1 He was in favor of a return to specie payments, did not want any State banks and booted tbe idea of reviving the old State bank as proposed by . Comptroller Burcn. . - I Turning to political matters, he said that ie had stood ty the people of this State (after the close of the war. He had vetoed ine reconstruction diiis, me rreeamen s Bureau bill and the Military districts bilL pnd had brought upon himself the impeach- iment trial, in consequence or his devotion to the Southern people. He had been be- jtrayed by Henry and Edmund Cooper at .the time four years ago when be should have gone to the United States Seuate; but - other and better men than he naa Deen oetrayea. Ana now e was atrain a candidate for the Senate. IT elect ed, he would serve the people to tbe best of nls ability, lie had been asked Tor bis fplatform," and would point to his record las a public man, from 1835 to 1869. If 'anybody wanted a better record, be would (have to make it for himself, as he (Mr. J.) hras out of material. He felt, that from his Knowledge of men at Washington, he could serve the people as well as any man In the State. ' Mr. Johnson said nothing about the Lou isiana troubles, and was not questioned on that point. Although tbe speech was two hours and three-quarters in length, Mr. Johnson was listened to throughout with deep attention, and was frequently applauded. Koal Estate Traaafsrs. Tbe following transfers of real estate were made during the week endnz yester day: John A. Vaughn to W. R. Sand ers, i acres of land In the Twenty-first civil district...;.. 525 00 Josiah R. Hubbard to Wm. II. Beasley, 23 acres of land n Hickman county 000 00 Josiah R. Hubbard to George V. Baker, 4m acres of laud j.n Hickman county ;.. 325 00 Josiah R. Hubbard to J as. Cliu- er, 2 acres of land in Hie- man county J.. 70 00 Same to Jones Collins, 100 aaes of land in Hickman county,. ,. 1C0 00 Same to Nash A Branrbr, ifi acres in Hickman county 203 00 Same to S. L. Graham, ilZ acres or laud in llicknAn county 215 00 Same to John A. Clark, deed of gift 30 aires of land in Hick man county. R. J. Farrar to George II. Bs- ley, one lot in Bryan's addr ion to Edgefield 300 00 Michael Campbell and Sallif B. Campbell to Sarah Coleman, ten acres and 135 poles of laud in the Fifteenth civil district.. 1,085 00 Thomas A. Kercheval, Mayer, to Janie-s McManus, lotq. 7 1 Uines' addiubii. Washington G. and Elizabeth Smith to Walter Smith, one tract of land in this county. .. . 1,200 00 Van S. and Lucie H. Lindsley to R. B. Stubbs, lot No. 8 in Jjindsley's addition to Edge field.... 250 00 Charles Plummer to "Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway, lots in the Thirteenth civil district ,, 800 00 W. J. ktoLes to I J. W- RuUjrff, 43 acred and 04 poles of land in this county 1,500 00 P. W. Maxey to J. W. Hill and wife, deed of gift of lots Nos. &5, 56 and 57, in St rat ton & Sevmour's addition to Edge field. . A, J. aoij Slarth A. Crump to Dan Rice, Una iu " " U.6 Eighteenth civil district.. 15 00 A. J. and Martlia A. Crump to Daniel Body, land in the Eighteenth civil district 116 25 George R. Buchanan to Wm. E. Ridley, undivided half interest in Jacd jn pl(e Spcond civil dis trict ,..."..',!.;."..'.". i,12 oq E. D. Whitworth. Sheriff, to J cob McGavock, one lot in the citv , 1,500 00 W. A. McDonald and wife to W.i C. Hunt, lot No. 0 in Shelby's addition to Edgefield ,2,000 00 if. C. Hunt to Harriet E. Mc Donald, 44 aue 6x4 112 poles of land in tbe 18th civil dis trict 3,500 00 Nathaniel Baxter, Jr., Clerk and Master, to Baxter Smith, lots 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 In Bar rows' addition to Edgeheld.. . . 8,050 Oil B. IL Mch.ennie to J. W. HUL 30 feet of lot No. 121 in Humphreys, Martin & Hous ton's addition 200 00 E- D. Whitworth, 'Sheriff, to Jai;. H. McDonald, 25 acres of land in the 5th civil district 50 00 Frances Wells to James L. Wells, part or lot .No. 13, Bedford's subdivision of lot No. 50 in Balch & Whiteside's addition. 150 00 Jane and W. R. Harris to W. A. Powell, land in the 5th civil district , 20 00 Felix R. Cheatham to B. F. Cheatham, part of lot No. 18 in Blood's addition to Edge field...., 800 00 E. D. Whitworth. Sheriff, to Phebelfill, executrix, Lt9, 10, 1 1 and 12 in Qousen's subr division of lot No. 48 In Balch and Whitesides addition 1.400 00 xt. r . uen ana wue to Jane and Margaret Edmondson, undivi ded 1-0 interest in and to a lot In Fayetteville, Lincoln coun ty 250 00 C. S. Clements to John Trimble. one lot in the city 1.500 0Q James j. Aewsom and wife to Charles Winks, forty acres of land in Kent county, MUihi Can 1.000 00 Peter Lowery to Fred Dodson, Jr., lot No. u28 in McGavock s addition..; 1,000 00 lovst liLicuxB, son of the nresent Prince of that name, aud great grandson of Uie renowned Marshal, has addressed to Col. Chesney an official letter of thanks, on beliait of himself and his father, in special acknowledgement of tbe attention iiaid by the English author in his "Water oo Lectures." to the elucidation of their ancestors share In the success of the cam paign ot Is 15, and more particularly of the recent vimlication, in a new edition of the work, of Bluchers name from a charge of supposed carelessness in connection with tbe defeat of Ligny. Tue Pope has made the See of Milwau kee an archdiocese. Tbe Right Rev. Dr. Henri, the present Archbishop, is a native of Switzerland, but Immigrated In early life. Ha was ordained by Bishop PurcelL of Cincinnati, in 1855, and consecrated Bishop in 1S44. Baltimore Is tbe oldest lio man Catholic archdiocese in the United States, the See having been elected in 184S; St- Louis is second, and New York third. Including Milwaukee, there are now eight Arcbepiscopal Sees, and with the addition of Santa Fe and Philadelphia there will be ten. As Illinois writer estimates that the cash value of all the taxable property In that State is $3,000,000,000, of which but 11,100,000,000 is reached by the assessors. A FEDERAL OUTRAGE. DlagTacefoI Treatment or a Gibsoii County Official. Ho la Carried off in Irons to Memphis. J. M. McKnight, deputy sheriff of Gib son county, who is officer of the courts held at Humboldt, was arrested Thursday morning and taken, yesterday, to Mem phis, in irons, by a squad of Federal sol diers. Ire was in no manner, as we are in-ftn-med, connected with the Trenton affair. He had taken four of tlie negroes to the Trenton jail and arrived there about nigl.t. He went to sleep with the sheriff In the courthouse and was awakened by the noise when the masked men came after tbe sheriff. The lynchers placed a pistol at iicjungni s neaa and threatened to shoot him. He was an unwilling spectato- of the scene, and this was all lie had to do with it. THE HAS LAM MURDER. More Witnesses Examined -Ooeninr f too Argument for tho Prooeenlton. By three o'clock yesterday afternoon, Justice Everett's office was packed with a tlirong of spectators, eager to hear addition al testimony in the case of Wm. Gatlin, charged with the murder of Samuel Uas lam. The first witness called was F.twor,! urecniai, w ho testified: jinow iiatiin; boarded at his rouse two mouths; uaslam boarded with Gatlin also: atept up stairs in a room adjoining Uas lam s; Clarence Gatlin slept with me the night of the murder; there are five rooms up stairs; two of the rooms were occunied: there were two ways to get up stairs dont know whetlier the door to Has lam's room was locked or not; Gatlin was not at sun- per Saturday night when I ate; Mrs. Gatlin and the children slept down stairs; did not xnowoi Lusiam having a fuss withanvbodv: there was one bed in Uaslam's room and one io mine; door of Uaslam's room ooened on the hall; heard a noise about daylicht; don t know w hat time it was; heard noise like some one splitting wood with a hatch et; then heard some one fall and it was all over; sliort time after the scuffle, heard some one tipping along the hall, heard a noise as if some one breathing w ith diffi culty; found Haslam lying on the floor; told Mrs. Gatlin; she carno up stairs; did not know of any difficulty lietween Uas lam and Gatlin; Uaslam a as at sunoer that night; dont know where Gatlin kept his tools; two or three minutes after I heard the steps; I heard the difficult breathing; on the hall a man wou'd have to pass my room in order to get to Uas lam s, if he came in the back way; came home and found Uaslam and the family sitting on the steps; went to bed about lb o'clock; Uaslam came np-stairs, too; asked me to sleep with him; I declined; slept with Gatlin's son; no one wanted me to sleep down stairs that night. t row-eartwi w-l. Heard noise about daylight; sa blood on the floor; thought I heard somebody splitting wood; heard no words spoken; wheu I went for the doctor it was clear day. ' 1 he prosecutor made oath to au affidavit in which he stated that since the investi gation of the case had commenced be real ized in Cicero Collins a material witness, and asked that the case be continued until he could secure the attendance of the said Collins, and also to produce other testi mony. Tlie defendant's counsel objected to tbe affidavit, upou tlie ground that it failed to state tlutt anv effort had been heretofore made to produce Collins in court. Morgan tieduick now came into the court and testified knew defendant; knew Haslam; be boarded at Gatliu's; knew of some hard feelings between them on diflerent Oucasioiis; sometimes they wre at odds and again they were on friendly terms; had conversation with Gatlin; b said he left his brother's at 3 o'clock Sunday morning; said he went hnnting. - - . Cro-tx(Oiiined Have known defendant three or four years; his character has been good; visited Gatliu's bouse; sometimes atlin aud the deceased would not speak. bt ai cwl.e.- ti,i,e Oiey- woma. I he defense here admitted the testimony which the prosecutor affirmed he could pro duce through Collins, and the argument of the case was then commenced. W. G. Brien, for the prosecution; finished his opening speech and the court adjourned till to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'i lock, when the final argument will be LearJ, 1 so. I THE EXPOSITION. Yesterday and Last XJIa;bi's D(sUy Easoai-Afflaa: Imptroremoat and tbe Work Still Goes Bravely On. Yesterday's results at the ' Exposition were still more encouraging than those of the day before, gratifying as they were. There was a fair and constant attendance of visitors all day yesterday, and at even- ' it iu fcifcd to a larger crowd than that of Thursday evening. Tha receipts from this source panned out very satisfac torily. Exhibitors continued to move in, and arrange tlieir goods, and a great deal was added to the fine appearance of tbe interior. We noticed the arrival of a number of ad mUIgKS! ;e'i'ir Eac!;ine 4 hndsoe assortment of china, gUsawaro, etc., an attractive display of hair and fancy work, a lot of Kentucky jeans and blankets, artis tic specimens of embroidery, "mittresies and bedding, and a tasteful exhibition of boots, shoes and trunks. Also, a number of carriages and buggies were brought in aud a beautiful collection of fire fronts, grjte bars and vases. Au elegant pipe or gan was among tr.e accessions. The tex tile fabric committee set up an interesting display of needle work embroidered goods? ouilts, etc . , ' These and oU.e; things bkh were put in order, increased the attractiveness of the Exposition materially. There is not now so much empty space, though a great many things are yet to be brought in. During the day and evening there were the smuu besy see ues wuiiii met the eye and the ear on Wednesday and Thursday. Panels were golrg up, and stands, sliow cases and rooms were beiua; filled up as if the Exposition bad not yet opened. Work was beiug pushed forward oi the art gallery with the view of opening it to-day. (juite a number cf pictures, contributed principally from the parlois of art-ovir,g citizens ot Nashville, feere already on hand. The Uxiojt asd Americas extra press was engaged in running off the Ex position edition, which is distributed free to all who call for it. 4 beautiful cascade of water could be seen and foard pouring over the scenery In Uie w est end of Main hall. The Dining ball, fruit stand and refresh ment saloon, kept in the interest of Tulip Street and West End churches, w ere doing a good business. Visitors can hardly pass those elegant establishments without ex tending their patronage; they are attracted thither by both viands and waiters. 1 be musical programme of the band this evening is as follows: Capt. Vieston (Uuickstep). Grand Duches (Galopj. Watchman (Walti). Song. Polta. Song. War Path (Quickstep). Oalop. notne, Sweet Home. 1 1 TIIE EX6LIS1I DIXSEB. A writer on English "living" in the Boa- ton Courkr says: "Dinnerj the solemn prandial event of the day, is admirably comfortable. The white tvaistcoated and cravated butler tlirows open, the door and announces it. The footmen, in well-niting, handsome liveries, stand in Uie hall like guardsmen ou parade while the families pass into the dining-room. From begin ning to end all runs like a well oiled wheel. If the faintest crash of plate or china be hearth the frown of the butler makes his myrmidons tremble. The host and hostess, utterly free from care about the failure of soup or entree, are as thoroughly at ease as the merriest of their guests, and are able to give tbeir at tention to tbe conversation undisturbed by any harrowing apprehensions. The din ner consists always of soup and fish, en trees from one to four, according to the number present; roast, boiled pieces de re sistance; from two to four sweet dishes, game, cheese of two kinds, dessert, and coffee, Tea, w ith dry toast, etc, is served in the drawing-room about two boors after dinner. Usually a small table is placed in a corner of a room, covered with a white cloth, and the beautiful Ua service, often well worth a study by those curious in old plate, is placed thereon." GENTLEMEN'S FINE CLOTHING HDIJTIMTOH, CLOTHIER, OPPOSITE THE MAXWELL HOUSE. Business Suits, Full ress Suits, Fall Overcoats Boys White Shirts Boys' Fancy Shirts Boys' School Suits. ; SDIRTSMADETO ORDER Ia dies' Trunks Sole Leather Trunks Traveling Valises. Bags and Opposite the 3Iain ell noose, sepl eod till Jan25,754tAp TIIE SOLXER COUNTY FAIR. A rine Display of stot-k-Premiums Awarded Yesterday Bean Ufa I Wo men and Lavish Uosaltallty. In consequence of the very large turn-out 01 people ax uaiiatin lhursday, on tlie oc casion of the S cond Tennessee reunion, the attendance at the Fair yesterday fore noon was not so large as might have been desired, but was very much increased as tbe hour set for the address of Mr. John son drew near. The sliow of stock is verv fine indeed. and would do credit to any section of coun try. Perhaps the largest show by any one exhibitor is that which comes from Fair view, Dr. Wm. A. Cheatham's farm, under charge or Messrs. r. McMurray and Geo. Shields. In this lot Franchise, a fine four- year-old daik brown stallion, which has taken prizes at various fairs in Kentucky and at Cincinnati, attracts much attention. Uis owner refused $.',000 for him when lie was but two years old. Mrs. Cheatham also has on exhibition Fanny Howard and ITincesM, a spau ot hue mares. 'I here is an unusually fine dismay of suckling colu. In this class Joe Edwards exhibit a splendid bay, foaled in April, by tnoeia, 01 a inoi mare, r rank Alien shows a March colt by Enfield, out of Demi Monde, and Sandy Barnes exhibits a beaut lful sorrel of the same get, onl of 1-11 . " x.na -Morton. . Mr. Edwards also has his yearling mare, L.Ula Chips, on exhibition. This is one of the fhest yearlings in the State, and has already taken two premiums at Nashville. The show of cattle is not very extensive, but Mrs. Cheatham has on exhibition a une two year old uu rtiani neirer, a year lii'tjrind a suckling, all of which are beau- lies in the cattle line. 1 remiums were awarded yesterday as (OllOWS. Best aged harness gelding, Robert ilun's .Vuauer Boy. Best aged stallion, O. B. Jenkins' Idol. Lest suckling colt, harness stock, W. E. Barnes' Edgefield. Best aged mare, harness stock, Joe Ed wards Jnlia Woods. Best two year old fillv, K. U. Hill's Han nah MeCarty. Best me year ojd filly, Joe Edwards' Little Chips. Best suckling filly, Frank Allen's Lady x.nnuid. IU.OOJ STtX K. Itest aged stallion, James McGlothlin's Bui Cheatham. Best two year old colt, R. G. Gillespie's Din Jianuay. Best two year old colt, W. R. Tompkins' no name. Best pair harness geldings, Mrs. Wm. A. Cheatham, Best nau- harness mare, Mrs. Wm. A. Cheaiham. Best aged mare, R, G. Gillespie. Best two year old filly, Wm. Ragan's Al berta. Best one year old filly, Wm. E. Barnes. Best suckling filly, R. G. Gillespie's Mat tie Hassett. Cue 01 tbe lecture of the Fair Is the large attendance of handsome, stylishly dressed young ladies.who come flocking in from all directions; and another very pleas ant feature is the unbounded hospiulity of me older citizens or the county, who freely share the contents of their well-filled din ner baskets with tlie sojourner and the stran-fr, as the Usiojt a3?d Americas man is abundantly able to testify. H(IAT Hons WILL BBISO SLXT SLAMO. The CldnJt jrice Currem, in speak ing of the Log crop of 1S74-5, and showing it likely to prove a fair average, thus pre sents the future prices of Logs for the coming packing season: First, the increased, nrice will lead pec. pie to market ilieir Logs very close, and wooed, tlie decline in corr, wh'cli is Lkely to take place in December, will add to tbe bog feeding, as being the best use to make of the corn. It now seems beyond dispute that there will be plenty of hogs for pack ing purposes at 5 cents per pound, live weight, taken as an average f?r tho teasou. There is nqthUig moe sure than that when Logs have once attained tiieir best condi tion for killing, they will be sold at current rates without reference to what these rates may be, because, after a hog is once in ex cellent order, he is a lU'iy source of ex pense nntil realized on, and his owners will not hold him. We look for heavy shipments of hogs to packing poiuts aiiring next uecemoer. A KXOX CO IX FT nCBLrEB. Knoxrille Frees .it.1 HeraM, Sept. 18. List Tuesday night, about 8 o'clock. homicide occurred in the vicinity of Pow ell s station, on the Xnoxville and Ohio Railroad, eight miles from the fit?. As well as we could gather them yesterday, iv ucvs ar aoout as follows: Wm. N. While, who formerly lived south of the river, last fall rented the Pow ell place, half a mile from the station, and has been cultivating it during the past year. A short time since Josenh F.-ady. who was connected with s crous w hich re cently bursted down at Loudon, came to the place, bis LUher having been in tbe neighborhood of tlie station tor several years past, aud who, at the time of the tragedy, was living in tLe aame house, wiu. White White und Joe Frady Lad both been at the picnic, at Carejviile, on the Kentucky and Ohio Riilroad, and returned on tho even ing train about 5 r. M. A dUBculty was occasioned bet woe n the two men by Frady striking or shutting the door against one of White's children. White took excep tions to Frady's conduct and they were about to get into a fight w hen Frady's fa ther and another man w lio was present, in terfered and prevented them from Clinch ing. White turned awy io k-ave, when young Fndy tsade a taunting remark to Liia, upon which he turned around aud made towards him. The other two men again jumped between them, when tho coward pulled a pistol and reaching; .ver tbe slioulder of his father fired. The ball entered White's letTt temple, and h died almost instantaneously, leaving a wife and six children. Frady immediately fled, and had all nlgU in which to get out of the State, as the news of the murder was not brought to town till yesterday mornlnjj. G ray t Xoble will open a stock of Neck Wear to-day that cannot be surpassed in this or any other city, sepl2 tf OUR GREAT OUR GREAT OUR GREAT Immense Bargains Immense Bargains! Immense) Bargains! Immense Bargains' Immense BarguinsEVERYTIIING InimenMauTniInsEVEKYTIIIN'Cr Immense Bargain. EVEltYTILLXG Immense Bargain1 Immense Bimlm1 Immense BargalnsJ Immense Bargains Immense Bargain Immense Bargains Immense Bargains Immense Bargains Hfl Immense Bargains! Immense Barzains' Tho whol Tho wkM Tbo whole rARIT.ESS AKDLKSS Immense Bargains! TO T TO M4KE MAKE MAliK immense Bargains! InunensA Rgmi..i Immense Bargains Immense Bargains FO R Om FALL, IMPORTATIONS! i f " Immense Btrnl.. 9K FALL IMPORTATIONS! Immoiw. ,, i . " o Itllt III IC IT A ..yq AMUgaiiUfc Immense Bargains Immense Bargains bb ow BE OX BE ON TO SECURE TO SECURE TO SECURE Jyltf 4ta C2 COLLEGE JST. Tavel, Eastman & Howell, 48 UNION STREET, I5TITI IJCSPECT103 OP.THEI WORK VS LITHOGRAPHING! It Cannot be SarDasaed In Ele gance nor obtained at Lower Rates. sepie lw 4thp CITY NOTICES. All Persons who are going to bay youths', boys' or children's clothing, hats, caps or furnishing goods, for fall and win ter, call at the Tom Thumb Clothing Store on College street, and save money, trouble and time. sepia It Hata that cxut f V excelled are found in tbe new a:.-. . t.;l fall styles ot Francisco, fl I. ,.t t very body has heard of, 46 North Market street. sep!9 2t Goldsmith Said's Time Beaten Tha fastest trotting time ever made on the American, or any other course, has been by this celebrated mare, and yet it has been beaten. Pope says : 44 Speed the soft intercourse from soul to soul Ami wait a aigh from liulas to pois." and so the steam-hcrse is now boating the mare s time and bringing hosts of orders fur tickets for the next Gift Concert of the Public Library of Kentucky. The concert comes off November 30. This is the last concert and the last chance, everybody knows. sepl 9 It Broadway Silt Hats at McKee 's. sepl9t 'e w Styles Se arf at McKee's. epl9 2t 3ffW Good at Hogan Eros'. sep!9 2t New Flannels at Hogan Bros'. sepl9 2t Jew Cassimeres at Hogan Bros. sep!9 2t Xew Waterproofs at Hogan Bios. sepl9 2t 2few Empress Cloth, at Hogan Bros'. sepl9 2t vew Cashmeres at Hogan Bros. sepl9 2t 5ew Alpacas at Hogan Bros'. sepl9 2t Ladies' Ties at Hogan Bros'. seplO 3t w KM Gloves at Hogan Bros'. sep!9 2t Knitting; Tarn at Hogan Bros'. sepl9 2t Buggy Blankets at Hogan Bros'. sep!9 2t Bed Blanket at Hogan Bros'. sepl9 2t Sew Skirts at Hogan Bros'. sepl9 2t 5ew Shawls at Hogan Bros, sepl!) 2t vew Prints at Hogan Bros'. seplf 2t !few Bed Ticking at Hogan Bros'. sepl9 2t yew Hosiery at Hogan Bros. seplO 2t yew Hamburg Edging at Hogan BiW. seplO -2t Everything cheaper than anywhere else at Hogan Bros'. sepl9 2t Gouaday Sixty-seventh Drawing, Ev- ansville, lmL, Sept. 28. Prizes all cosh. Capital prize, $2,000; second prize, $1,000. Whole tickoU, $2.00; halves, $1.00; quar ters, 50c For sale by W. G. Price, No. 47 South College stveet. All prizes of $T,00 and under, drawn h this city, will be paid here by W. G. Price. sepl2 sat.tues.hursAsnn -It Fall Style Hats at Jesse Ely's. aug30 saUttn&htf Broadway SMe Silk Hats at Jesse Ely's. angTO saUunithtf New Styles of boys' and children's Hats at Jesse Ely's. ang30 satsun &ihtt "Moi)Y" new styre Hats for young afaa osa . gents at Jess Ely's. aug:) satsunJcthtf Dont fail to call and see the beautiful display of Neck Wear in fins Soarfe, Ties and Bows, just oueuod to-dav at Gray 4 Noble's. - - sep!2 tf Dancing1. Miss Eliza Goodwin's Danc ing School, McClnre s Hall, Cherry street, will be rosnmed Saturday, Sept. 26. Days of tnhlon, Wednesday Saturday, at 3 o'clock. sep!3 sun.tu.thurs.sat 2w Gray k yble have just returned from the East with an elegant stock of Fall Hats In all tbe latest novelties, for men, boys and cuadren. 8epl2 tf Hisses 0Bryan, 17 McLemore street. Next session begins Monday, Sept. 21, ISiL Address Lock Box 19, Nashville, Tenn. amrLStf ise the best; it is always tbe cheapest in tie end. Dooley's Yeast Powder ha been universally regarded as the best and cheapest Jor over fifteen years. seplS dlwJkwlt Trunks 1 Trunks!! Trunks ! ! ! Wm, Danstead, at 31 North College street, has an Immense stock of ladies' and gentle men's Traveling Trunks. Yaltses and Satchels, which he U soiling at extraordin ary low pru. Jyl53iosJfcec43mos CLEARING SALE! CLEARING SALE! CLEARING SALE ?orwfrxcio to-datj tOHHEHI.1iU T-lAYt COHXAXtlSU TW-DAYt ' 6- EIC2 at CJO. 0. BICE k CO. G. mCE A CO. . KICK CO. Deny:6 EICE co. 6- RICE St CO. fi RICE & CO. 3IARKED MARKED MARKED - G. RICE 4 CO. G. RICE & CO. G- RICE CO. jS. RICE CO. ST,, ti. RICE A CO. sanaa bo Hold! ( .oC- snoot bo Notdl Mock mast bo Mold! ST RICE & CO. S OF CO ST ! G. BICE CO. 6, BICE Jfc (O. G. RICE A CO. G. EICE CO. G. BICE k CO. G. BICE k CO. It .n . PirTTT PLE r-T PLE3TX Room KOOVJ! KOOjf! or or 1 T . 1 UUnilT t rrit W U VlfV A aia uniiiu.io. v.. luit, G. BICE & CO. G. BICE k CO. G. BICE A CO. nawn eareti HIM) EAHLY1 UlUll EAKLY! FIRST BARGAINS FIRST BARGAINS FIRST BARGAINS E3 C?0 JPAINTS, OILS, ETC, PAINT Beady mixed for twe. Any on earn apply ii. Beautiful and durable. Alta PainU Tt AriitW and Wat Flower Material of every kind; Window Glau. OiU,Yar voue w&, Brushet, Sas, Door, Blind, yem mI get cheap, if yon, bvj at 15 Nortx College etreet, Xashnlle, It., CHAS. H. GAUTHIEB'S. HOU aagtt wsd Jrljxtjan lvttas DIAMOND COAL. .HE CITIZENS OF NASHVILLE WTU, be supplied wits this super tar Goal St tho lowest market price durh-g the winter. Having Veen thoroughly tested. It has given general tisfacQon. It is a hard coal, will not ernmbls or I'.ack, la easily Ignited, burns chsrrnlly bat not too rapidly, leaves no cinder and bat few ashes. It Is both cleanly and economical. Orders left with A. Stretch, at tha corner ot fnlon and Cherry streets, will receive prompt attention. Yard at the corner .of Saxamet aa4 Crawford streets. T 3m 4thp J. X. WARP, Agent. STATS OV THB WEATHEB. Bepor for too City, Friday Jen, is IS7. . ' SL Xiaie. jBar.iTh'rj Wind. Wsaihsr. ! 1 1 T:00 A. M 30.nj 69 Caha Fogjrv 11:21 A. Wi m-Calm Fair r. M.... .D.H so Galm Fair 3;5S r. at '. .'.5i S gent'.S Clear P. M l-tS.03 78 i tum Clear 10:21 r. u ).s4j TT Calm Clear S7 deir.. miniianm temperature dg. ieg., temperatore T7A TtUgr! R,pri ,ff StentU .tmw Orss V. o. A., . mutmIhi, at 14 i, MSm n Place of Obser Bar iThrWlnd l vation. IA h, Weathe. Cairs Cincinnati.. LoaiSTiUe..... MemphiA... . NsshTtlle..,.. New Orlssas. .. 29.W .. 29.971 .. B.Sil ... P 9 ..i2.97; ... 7'" .. .S9j ,.'2.7i ,.;. 61 S W 91 S K USE S SK S MMT 70 N 81 S M S 87, N 8 W ncirme Fair 8 Light rain 8 Clear a. Clear lHJht rsla S'LUhtraln 4 rair 17 Fair Llrt rain &CWar Osnata ....... ritteDarr. . 8t- LoaiA..... SC Paul Vlcksbarg.... KITES IXWS. Daily Rejwrt a' altaot tf Wafer. witk'Ourtim ' biMAt atm a r. Jt. oVja la, is. ASUVS LOW vim C BLISS 1 STATIONS. AMSS. t VALU ft. I In. ii ft ft. Is. Cairo......M..M... 3, Cincinnati........ s 11 i 2:i LoBisnUe.........i Memphis..........! J Nahille ...i New Orleans....... .( U Pittbara i .a f t t w Vtcuiaig.... 1 ; Blank (..) Uidicatea no rsDorti niuUt tlonary; uinoj ( ) tendency to fall; plus if) 'sno dencr to rise. A. C. roan. Observer. We report 23 inches on Haroeth Shoxla, and the river receding slow It at thlA point. JOB PRINTERS. 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