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NASHVitLE ''toMONANDAMEWOjii;" SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1874.
rJire and Marine, Capital, $200,000.00. INSURE IN THE ST ATE INSURANCE COMPANY) NASHVILLE- Cilice in the Company's USuildinq, J'o. 30 Worth College St. John Jumsden, Jres't, G. P. Thmston. Vice Pres'L 0). 21. Johnson, Secy. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Union Ticket Office, Jt&xwell House A. II. Robinson, Agent. Arrival and Departure 01 Trains at Nashville. UKUT SOll lI EKN Depot, North Col lere street. J. N. Brooks, Agent. Ta-ivs, LBATBS. UEITU. Nnrraern, Eastera and; Western Express 10:40 T. . tinnbrm, Eastern and, Western Mail I 5.00 A. . 5.30 T. M. 7:65 a.m. northern. Extern and; Western Express Mobii & N. O. Express TVcatur Mail lnrabia Accomtnod'n! ;iltm Aceomniod'on 2 00 . M. S l r. m. 1:3"' P. a. 8:15 a. . tf-J-40 r.M DUcon-: tinned. 4:00 F.M til" A.M. U. F. ATMOKE, Oen'l P. and Ticket Agent nr. IO V IS. Depot, Church street- T. M 1 Vvunmngnaux, iiwci - Mutuora & E'ra Mail., f S:o a. m. 1 12:2 Eipre 810 r.M. 12:S5A.M. PL Look 4MAS.O.F.I 1:00 A. M. t 4:45 r. M. & Western Mail U2:30 V. M. 6 50 a. m. Shelbyville Acoomm'dn f 4:00 r. m flwOA-M. W. L. DAN LEY. Gen'l Pass. -"Ticket Agent. Dailv. t Daily except Sunday. The b0 a.m. and 12:25 r.M. trains will not stop at flag stations. ST. LOUS AM SOrTMEASTEKS (Consolidated. Depot opposite I and N. Dei, North College street- J. A. Dahlgren, General Agent- TRAIS8. i No. 2 St. Louis Mail.i dailv. except Sunday.; No. 4 St. Louis Expre, daily. I No. t, Nashville Mail,; dailv, except Sunday. i No. 3", NaUville Ex-: press, daily.. JNO. W. MASS, Gen'l Ticket Agent. TENNESSEE PACIFIC RAILROAD. On and after May 2. trains will ran as fol lows; Deiot South Cherry SU No.l,dai!y,exoeptSun-i days.......... ' ! OT GEO. MAXEY, Pres't & Snpt t BALTIMORE ABfD OHIO RAILROAD. The shortest and onickert rout to Wa.-h:ng-ton, Baltimore, the Eat and South-eat. rOBrStED TIMB TABLK THROCQH TBA1HS. VIA pakkeksbCkg Fastue. , SJ MAT 1H, 174. j Ixpreici. Dailv. 9..r5 a'.m. 7:Va.m. K:4 a.iu. 1:20 pJU. 5:15 p.m. 5:0(1 a.m. Dailv. $:3) p.ia. 6:50 p.m. S:2 p.m. 2.35 a.m. 6 v a-ia. 4:.50p.ra. Ieave Cincinnati Arrive Wahir.(tt)n ; Baltimore.......' PhilaJel;hia ! New York Boston. 1 T. 1 .. ..a rkrau ili,.T:.Ultn B Till S 1 (f I Cam lrom St. luis. tinciiinati and Columl-u to Washingtuu and Baltimore without change ol can. Throuch ticket and further information can be obtained at all principal Ticket Offices trouehont the Wet. S..:itli-west an.l Nortb wt. TWOS. I. BAKKV, Western Pastnger Agent' Cincinnati. Ol ISTlI.I.i: A CISCIJfSATI SHORT ,1.K RAILROAD. Traiiut leave and ax. rive at Louu-vilie as l'ulluws: TKAIXfl. LKAVH. AKKITB. Eastern Fast Line, ex-: eept S-Jndav 8:51 A Extern Expres, daily.. 2.10 r . M. . M. i 7:15 r. M. W.jo r. m. : C 00 a. M. 11:00 A. M. 1 6:30 r. M. ' 8:05 A. M. Night Ex- pres, except Sunday .11:30 r. X. Mt. Sterlin Mail, ex'-j cept Sunday 6:( A. M. Mt.. Sterling" Kxprefw, except Sunday ! 2:50 P. M. Lagrange Accommota-j tioo, except Sunday 9: A. M. Lagrange Accocimoda-j tion. except Sunday..! 5:01' A. M. Saelbvville Mail except Suridav ' C 00 V. M. Shelbyville Express ex-l cept Sunday ! 5."0 T. M. j 3:30 F. I 8:05 A ! 3:30 r M. M. 48 Church Street. - The public will find the busMiiess office of theUxiox asp Amkkicax al4s Church street, corner of Printer's Alley, neaily opposite the old Counting Boom. ----e e AdvertlfeinentJi. lnsiu-e in the State Insurance Company. A look into Jno. W. Hill & Co.'s whole sale and retail establishment. No. South Collece...btve..'n Market and Broad, 's like a look into"he Exposition. Tlse capacious iwnis have just been replenished with a si&'ndTd new stock of wall p;ier, window shades, mirrors, wood mouldings and other articles in their line, all of the freshest and most ornamental styles and of the best quality. The house never before contained so great a tmautity f gocnls or so great a variety. They are obtained directly from manir'actories" w ith a tiew of supplying the Southern trade, and the proprietors are able to oiler them at ledueed prices. They have iu their employ first -class workmen to hang wall paper and ruanufieture shades, window cornices, etc.. and have placed the fresco department under an accomplished and scientific decorator, educated in a school of designs. The house is prepared, iu short, to do all kinds of w ork in its line at reasonable rates and prices and to gie the lx-st satisfaction. See display adver tisement in another jiart of this paper. G. Bice &. Co.'s immense stock of full and w inter goids has arrived, and they an nounce a erand opening in tins mornings IMox am Amkiucax. Their adver tisement describes their goods and tells the prices at which tliey propose to sen mem. Miss Cook, whose services air engaged by tliem. has just returned from New York and resumes dress-making in the latest styles. A saviiu: of twenty-live per cent, is guaran teed by patrouizing them, their prices being suited to tlie times. siniii tf room on Church street for rent. Browns A Cheatham w ant to exchange a lot iu live territory lor raaroau siock. . Land in Kansas ottered in exchange for Vjlivilie nmnertv. Winstead, Shields A Co. are iu receipt of heaw consignments of fall and winter dry vrwvle Mney wjnt'd by Arrii g n, Fa-rar & Weakley. Winstead, Shields V Co. sell at auction on Tuesday, Wednesday and lliursuay uext, a fine lot ol law and winururygKHis 'See advertisement. Arrinnton. Kiirrar V Weuklev iier a b: r gain in a house and ht near Chatta'ioo de pot. ... Executor's silent iar.n stink and ri pie meuts on Tusday, tct. 1. at Walnut Hill. Se advert iseineni on second pace. Vnrnished rooms wanted for a few months V.. a email f l 1 1 1 V . Xew uihhIs of every descript ion 1 wived at the 50 Cents Nore. cuy mm S jeritrs sale of city pn iwrty on Sa'.nr mil vw. a,. ". i..-, r.,i i..r re d esiie aent. 1 as a nutulx-r of desiral'tt- business and dwellm.' houses for rent. 1 f also oilers a bamam in a Tacant lot on South High street. See ail Mrs. M. Creed lias received her lall stfa k .rniiliii.rv ff.io.ls. eiiilinicins all the Iatot rvi Viw Vork fashions. xit aym ih.. nttiMit ion ol ur readers 10 lui Q.lv.i!i.inent. on this page, ol John Gilcan & Co., prooi ietois of the Southern n.i?M in.,,.. I i 'Imri-ir strt't. This lionse is now in ivcenit ol lt large and splendid Stock ol fall and w inter goods, a tl, in" to m" found iu a -mom. t, j . . - !re. :iinl invite an msivdion ol 1.11 Bl-VJB ' ' " - . . . ilif onblic "pik rallv. tive llic oiuii "j " I c .1 - TW. lo,i;w -ire invited to Call at ti e .a- tional Store, VM Church street, and exam ine the beau'iful new g"1 !aU'' "T' u at this establislnnent. nu. At the solicitation of V fri.-uds I announce myself as caiuiwaw i-r .m.. ,liTnan from the Seventh wjnj. arrive. I 1:55 A. M. 1:32 r. M. 12:47 A. M. 12.47 r. M. Ta the Voter r ih Seventh Ward. In obedience to your call, I hereby an nounce myself a candidate for Councilman from the (seventh ward, at tlie ensuing mu nicipal election. N. J. UxDF.nwtiOD. (tljr Conwell Xanilnalioua. Mr. I). II. Order is tlie regular nominee for Councilman fiom the First War.L in tlie place f Mr. Edwards who has dedioed. ilichapl MoKeon has lvn nominated f.r Councilman fiom the Third Ward, in tlie place of L. II. Lani.-r, Jr. . ; pw Farewell, KrnMrae. ) For several weeks past, the work of con ducting gas to Edg.lield Irom tlie Xasli v i He eas works, has been under way, and Edgi-liehl houses can now le lit up with gas. The first building so lightitl was the saloon of J. II. Wood, on Woodland street, near Fillmore. A Card. At the request of numerous friends, I an nounce myself a candidate for Councilman in the Fourth Ward, at the ensuing mu nicipal election. If elected, I will do my utmost to advance the interests of the ward and to give general satisfaction to my constituents. J. C. Milveiiill. Ijist Week's Mortality. The .report of the Board of Health shows the number of deaths in the city during the past week to have been 20 11 white and 9 colored. Of this number seven were under one year ami three under five years of age. Sixteen were born in Nashville, two in other parti of the United States, one in Germany and one in Ireland. Connciltnaa Seeoart Ward. In response to a call made on cue by the voters of the Seventh ward in tlie. Union and American and limner of the 10th inst., to become a candidate for Council man of said ward, 1 hereby announce my self a candidate for CouiH'iiuian f tlie .Sec ond ward, at the ensuing municipal elec tion. Iiespect fully, Marti x Daltgn. Sept. 19, 1B74. Teuneste Pharmaceutical Asaoda. Hon. An adjourned meeting of this association will be held in the Council Chamber Tues day, Sept. '2, at 2 i. m. The proposed law regulating the sale of poisons and medi cines, and the practice of pharmacy -m the State, will come up for amendment anil adoption. Judging from the interest man ifested, and from the great importance of the proposed legislation, a large and inter esting assemblage may be exuded. w Publications. "The Lt Model." By Henry Hooper. A romance whose merits id some respcts are above the average, pleasantly written and interesting throughout. To be had of W. T. Berry !c Co. Bachelder's '-Popular Ilesorts and How to Ilea' h Them." This is a valuable con tribution as a descriptive work on popular localities, profusely and attractively illus trated. It is in substance a readable, use ful guide-book for tourists, and interesting to the would-ne tourist who is compelled to read at home of scenes which tlte can only visit in imagination. For sale by V. T. Berry & Co. Pci-Monal. Hev. S. W. Merrill, of Gallatin, is in the eitv. and will preach at McKendree cLurch t Jay. Ix-rresideiit. Jnhuxtii returned from Gal latin yestfrd.tjt Dr. J. I). lTaiikH has been tery ill for a day or t w o past. ov. Brown addresses Ins fellow citizens at lY.laski to-morrow. Among the Crawl Representatives I. O. . F. who ised throuch the city last Fri- iv on thfir way to Atlanta, where to (rand Iodae of the Tnited Statfs assem bles to-morrow, weie I'epresentatives Na than IV i1er and John B. IJannoiu of Cali fornia, and I). A. Cline and John Evans. of Nebraska. These uentli'men express themselves as highly delighted with the hospitable reception acconled them bv inemlK'rs of the Order hen-, and also well pleased with their bird's-eye view of XaMi ville and its surround ilia's. AuawiaealA. Oi'EBA House. Mr. E. T. Stetson and the (ireenwall Comjany closed their en gagement at the Opera House last night with 'Neek an.l Neck,'' witnessed by a largo audience. The pei formal ice was high Iv creditable, and was frequently and en thusiastically applaud-d. This company w ill suixee.1 wherever it goes. Tliis week tlie Selden Irwin combination apjear al the Opera Hons', their engage ment to continue tlinxign the entire weeK. opening with the play ol iJumireary, or Our American Cousin, witn lr. Harry Bainforth as Dundreary. This company visit our city now for tlie first time, and come with an excellent reputation. Masonic Haix. Browns Dramatic Troupe were greeted with anotlier good house last night, on wl.ich occasion that standard play Hip Van Winkle was pro duce! 1 in a very successful manner. Chance or Railroad Time. A new time table goes into eilect on the Louisville, Nashville and Great Southern Bailroad this morning at H o'clock. The Northern and Eastern express w ill leave at WO a. m. instead of VcM a. m., as heretofore, and will arrive at Tio A. m. in stead of 7:i A. M-, as heretofore. The Decatur mail will leave at Ml j A. m. instead of s:05 A. M. The Gallatin acconnnodat ion will arrive 10:.'A) a. v. instead of 10:40 a. m., as heie- tofore. All other trains w ill run as usual. Xo train will arrive on SiiiiJon mornings from Louisville, nor any go South on that morn ing. The train arriving from Louisville a' .jwO p. M., and leaving for the South at 5:5o p. m. will run daily, and have sleep ing car attached, running through to Mont gomery, Mobile and New Orleans without change. The Day of Atonement. Yom Hkkippurim, or the Dav of Atone ment, which is also called the Sabbath of Sabbaths, will be celebrated by all Israel ites to-day, the 20th, from sun-setting un til sun-setting to-morrow the 21st inst. It is instituted that the people shall think' over their past conduct, and offer up to God a contrite heart for manifold sins and transgressions. Should any one have otlended or wronged his neighbor, he has t3 satisfy him before he asks forgiveness of God, and 'must come to tlie determination to sin no more. There shall 1 during tlie whole day a dominion of the spirit over the body, by aWaining from all earthly enjoyments and pleasures, in order lo be reminded of ti e everlasting Sabbath iu the realm of spirits, which shall rouse the consciousness of the moral condition and prompt to repentance and sanclifii-ation. Divine service will take place at the Market Street Synagogue this evening and to-morrow. Hev. Dr. lsidor Kalisch will preach in English this evening at half past 0 o'clock, and to-morrow at V2 o'clock. The Creenviall Combination. Nasmviuk, Tkxx., Sept. 19, ISM. Mr. ( Ireenwall Dear Sir: We, the under signed most respectfully request that you, give n entertainments next week, promis ing von full houses: P. II. Kellv, Jas. Snow, J. D. Smith, II. D. Calwell, L. D. Eubanks, Wm. White, M. S. Combs. II. S. Bennett. Janiecs Peters. T.J. Hill, T..T. Bell, Tim At well, A. B. Lanier, T. A. Scales. J. B. Cruteher, W. A. Cooley, W. B. Brien, Jr., W. B. Bucks. Will S. Bowling. Jim New.shain, Lvuch Perry. XI. B. Bucks. A. B. Lanier, WH. Bian, T. .j! Bll, Will's. Biwling. T. J. Hill, iif man v others. Gentlemen: Your llat- ani U'riiig coimniiuicaiiou is at hand, and in reply 1 w ould say that sliouhl the present unfortunate situation in New Orleans be prolonged, we will cancel our .engagement in that city and return lo Nashville, when we w ill be prepasv.1 to present an extended seri"s of first-class dramas. I thank you on behalf of myself an.l .viniiany for the enthusiastic reception you hare given us iu your city, and lieg to suIk serilie mvself gratefully yours, llENKV Glil.KNW.VLL, Manager Greenwall's Dramatic C. Jacob Kelly, colored, was arrested by Oib. er Foley yesterday, on suspicion of ing an a.M'iup ice in the roblery of Joseph Waggoner, who was knocked senseless and his ierson l itled of a watch and fcMSi iu money, an the .th iifet. ALL OYER THE CITY. There was an unusually full market yesterday morning. A huge cur and a cat had a pitched bat tie on Cherry street yesterday, but after a few rounds tlie representative of the feline lr.be came off tlie victor. M. J. Maloney, a young attorney of this city las left to seek his fortune, in tlie Lone Star State. For some years past he ktd leen connected with our public schools. Yesterday afternoon two men on f he Square had a dispute about a bridle, w nen one hit the other a staggering blow in tlie face and slid out before his antagonist could recover. The sun w ill to-day cross a certain line accurately descriled by gentlemen who de vote their time to astronomical researches. Wet weather may be expected during the next lew days. It was all on account of his handling his little shot gun iu a threatening manner that I obe Noll was admitted to tlie jail yesterday as a guest, through the personal influence of Justice Everett. The Nashville Debating Society, No, 4,444. is called upon to discover by research and discussion the similarity between a crying baby and a good resolution. Xo answers permitted from outsiders. Maj. Albert Akers, late clerk of the Cir cuit Court, made his biennial report to Judge Feniss yesterday, and turned over all the fees of witnesses and officers collect ed by him since his last report, ammount ing in tlie aggregate to $781.00. The following telegrams remained unde livered at' tlie telegraph, office last night. Sunday office hours from 9 to 10 A. M. and ., to 5 p. M.: J. C. LaPrade, Mrs. L J. Loventhal, Snerry & Co., Hart & Hens ley, 3. F. O Shaughncssy, A. 11. Fricke, T. ! U. Jones & Co., James A. McUlure. If any of our city readers have lost a daughter within a few days past, tlicy may be interested in a little item of news which reaches us by yesterday's Galtctfin Exami ner, to the eflect that Kev. Dr. Merrill married a run-a-way couple from Nashville at the Sindle House, Gallatin, last Satur day. According to" the Chattanooga Tinu-s, wheiever a county was represented in tlie Radical State convention at Chattanooga by a single delegate, he w as certain to be a postmaster or collector of internal revenue. There was only one exception Prince Patrick O'Rourke, tailor, of Nashville. The Columbia Herald of the ISth says: "A few noble women of Nashville are endeavoring lo establish a 'Woman's Home Mission, a refuge for the fallen women who wish to reform. This is one of the most praiseworthy enterprises ever started in Nashville, and w e trust it will succeed. Letters relating to tlie mysterious disap pearance of the little boy Charlie Boss con tinue to be received here. A citizen not connected with the city government yester day got one of these letters, which says: "There is strong reason to think the child was taken to or through Nashville, shortly after his disappearance, by a young man named Herbert L. Mason, formerly a drug clerk at Pittsburg. Mason is distantly re lated to the child's mother, and his absence since the disappearance cannot, thus far, be reasonably explained." 'In ways that are dark and tricks that are vain" some pompous young negroes about Nashville may le put dow n as ex jktLs. To ignorant darkies these thieves represent tlieiuselves as agents of great Lit tery establishments at Memphis and Louis ville, occasionally taking iu good money for hogus tickets. ( ne of these ticket ven ders has just received of the Criminal Court jiennissiou lo slay at the penitentiary for a teriod of ihtee years. A bright little three year old girl accom panied her )ureuis to the First Presbyte rian Church last Sunday. It was her first exerieiice as a church gfT, and, conse quently, she was very much interested in all she saw. lien the orgimst began to play, she was delighted, and exclaimed: 'Mamma, what's tha!?' '-The organ, my child." was the reply. The I ttle one was at once in a quiver of excitement, but after a moment of intense watching, turned to her mother w ith a disappointed look and said. "Why, mamma, I don't see tlie mon key." And now a story comes from Bersheh.i concerning a Nashville youth. If seems that he liad effected a lodgement iu the affections of a maiden visiting that popular resort, and was getting along favorably, when fhe attention of a dry Joker was at tracted by the "goings on" of the young man. The next lime he saw tlie two to gether, this dry joker stepjied up and inter rupted the tender conversation with "By the way Mr. , have you heard from your w ife lately?" "His tcief" exclaimed the maiden aforesaid. "Certainly, his wife," was the reply. With a witliering look, the young lady bade the blushing, stammering young man good day, and from tliat time carefully avoided him. Tlie con versation which ensued between the dry joker and his victim immetL'ately after this episode, it is said, was of a remarkably vigorous character. SENATOR BR0WXL0W. He Thanks the Coventor for Vindi cating the Outraged Laws. Gov. Brown yesterday recehed the fol lowing congratulatory letter from Senator Brownlow: Kxq.xvii.le, Texx., Sept. 4, 1S7-4. My Dear Sir: I cannot refrain from expres sing my thanks for the energetic steps you are tak:ng for the preservation of the peace and apprehension and. punuishment of the assassins who have so much outraged hu manity and discredited the State. The promptness with which jou have acted vindicates you from any imputation of act ing under FVderal constraint or want of earnestness. 1 hope your efforts may soon be crowned by tlie full vindication of the law. Very respectfully, W. G. Bkowxlow. His Excc-Uenry, Gov. Buowx, Nashville. On aount of the Governor's aleuce in West Tennessee, the letter did not reach him until yesterday, although written more than tn o w eeks ago. KLEPT03I AX I AC AL. How Young Coo ley Took Care of Ilia .Mother's Honey. Last Friday afternoon Marshal Pitman and DeUwtive Puckett arrested Andrew CoiJey, charged with having stolen the sum of $130 from his mother, who lives in Edgefield. Mrs. Conley says'he money was locked up ma sowing machine drawer, that her son broke it oper, took the money out and was appropriating it to his own use. When young Conley w as arrested lie was standing on College street, near the Square, and bis little sister was endeavoring to induce him to return the stolen funds. A 1 the money except $17 was recovered. Conlev had deposited $ 570 in the First Na tional Bank, and alter being arrested, was made to sign a check for the amount. He says he only took the money in order that better care would he exercised with it. Af ter the recovery ol the money Conley was released, his mother having refused to pros ecute him. THE ( OI RTS. ClE TIT Coi i:t. Herod vs. I.ay, de murrer overruled. Bryan vs. Lanier, dismissed at plaintiffs cost. . Brien A Yauglnai vs. Morrison et als, no; ion to retax the costs. CnmlKrl.ind Biver Coal and Lumber Company vs. D. Brien et als, appealed to the. Supreme Court. Brieii iV Woodward vs. J. O. Sullivan, mo) ion and apiieal. Same vs. Andrew Creighton, appealed to the Sunieme Court. John Boeneh vs. (ins Miller, dismissed at ilefell.laiil S Cufet. W. F. Moore A Co. vs. T. A. Cobb, judgment set aside. M'c Wright et als- vs. M. I.. Kiggius. judgment set aside. Same vs. John 1. Priee, judgment set aside. Ax Olil.K.n OK Tin; Coi KT It is or dered by the court thr.t the Clerk keep a docket, fo lie called a motion docket, ujkhi whiiJi all motions are to lie entered, and no ni'X'ion ill b heard except on Sa'ur day, and then only in case that the morion lie entered on said docket on or before the preceding Friday. Criminal Coikt. Criminal Court will meet at ! o'clock to-morrow morning, wlien Ihe case of Kubeit Bales, charged with (he murder of yoiui: Biiley, wilfbe taken up. PitouATK Cocbi No business was transacted in the Probate Cirt yesterday TIIE MOIC1PAL CAXYASS.; j aBaaaaaana . t Morton B. Howell, Onr Xext Mayor, (o the Citbcens of Xashrille. ' A KcatUinsr Ervlew of Kerchmrg Administration. Nashville, Tenn., Seit. 7, 1S74. To the Voters tf Nashville: HaTlng been nominated by the Citizens' Convention, which met on Tuesday, Sept. 15, as the candidate for Mayor of Ihe city of Nash ville, not only of the Conservative party, but of all, of every class w ho desire the good of the city, I announce myself to you as having accepted the nomination. It is understood that Mr. Kerchevalthe present Mayor, is again a candidate, aspiring to a third term, and that lie will be my only op ponent. In consequence of tlie 'ort time to elapse before the day of election, and the difficulty of meet ing all of you in person, I present to you in thi manner, some of the considerations which should iti'uce you to sustain the action ol the convention. It is a fact well known to all thinking men, that the financial affairs of the city have become so entangled and embarrassed that it will be impossible to carry on the City Government at the present rate of tax ation, without a vigorous effort and good management by competent men. In order to do this it is necessary that tlie bead of the City Government shall know the con dition of affairs in every department, that he shall be fully informed in regard to the details of the business of the city, and be prepared to answer inquiries, make sugges tions anfl give information at any moment. He is paid a large salary to enable him to devote his whole time, attention and abili ty to the management of its business. To him all committees should look for informa tion and advice. From him tliey expect instruction and assistance. In a word, lie ought to bejthe superintendent and manager of ihe corporation. How does the case stand witn Mr. Ker- cheval? Has he been the Mayor of Nash ville in anything but the name? Has he done what the people sent him lo the City Hall to co. Has he done anything worthy of the high positiou he has been supposed to fill? The Finance Committee is the most im portant one m the list, and has the most difficult and responsible duties to perform. It is composed of gentlemen who liave their private business to attend to, and who can not afford to spend their time in the cilice of the Treasurer, without any compensa tion, besides being present at the n-gnlar meetings of the Boards. They had a right to suppose that they wouldhavc the aid of the Mayor in the legulatlon of the finances of the city and were mistaken. It lias not been his custom to attend their meetings. When he Iiappened to be there, he made few or no suggestions. He never undertook or proposed to give any advice. and tbey soon learned to expect nothing from him. For months past he has had little or nothing to do with the Finance Committee, except to go to them, when he is xent for, and answer questions as to moneys spent by his direction, or to explain something he himself had done. In fact, the Finauce Committee were eomielled to take upon themselves tlie duties and la bors of tlie Mayor, which was impossible, or to le w ithout a head. As an evidence of the opinion entertained by members of the Finance Committee, of Mayor Kerehival's services, not one man of them favors his re-election. Kc-ry member of that commit Ire tjrtf for the nnnuner. If there is a single one who suptorts Mr. Kerchival, let him say so, and i will stand corrected. What has been said in reference to the Finance Committee is true, in almost the same manner, with reference to all the other committees of the City Council. By virtue of his office the Mayor is a metnlier of eveiy committee, and it is a duty he owes to the jieople thai elected him to lie come familiar with the business tliat is brought before them, and make suggestions upon which they can act. Mr. kerclieval has done little or nothing of the kind. What he has done, noboily seems to know. The gentlemen comjosing the City Coun cil, who are in a pjsit ion to understand the necsily for bavins; ai the head of affairs a well-informed and vigorous ollicer, show tlieir opin-oiis of his efficiency by the changes that have taken place since tlie hist election. When Mr. Kercheval went into office at the beg' lining of the present tenn, niiu'tem of the thirty Aldermen and Coun cilmen wen with him. I am reliably in formed that, to-day, lie cau assure himself of but f iro. I wenty-seven are against him, and one is doubtful. But outside of the work of the several committees, where has Mr. Kercheval given any sign that he was the Mayor of thecitv? The common impression is that the Mayor is the Chief of the City Police, as he is required to see that ihe laws of the city are enforefd. The pres ent Mayor has never shown the least in terest in that branch of the public service. He has never even shown to the officers and members of the police force tlie small courtesy of being present at their roll call, which was as little as he could have done. It is unnecessary to specify any more par ticularly, or to give instances of what Mr. Kercheval has not done. I arraign him before the people of Nashville as not quali fied, or not the man to lie the Mayor of this city, because he does not perform tlie duty and render the service for which lie was elected. It matters little whether it is because he cannot or will not. The fact is that he does not, and that is sufficient rea son for allowing him to retire. It is not possible that the people of Nash ville will vote to continue such an admin istration. The affairs of the city are in too desjierate a strait for any hesitation or doubt. 1 A'-k you to go to the polls on Sat urday, the li'Kh, in your strength, and by your votes put the stamp of your disap proval on the negligence and inefficiency of the present Mayor. Mobtox B. Howell. A BOLT 0T IX ORDER. A Disorganization Movement in the Seventh Ward. Below are given two communications learing upon the movement of the Seventh Ward disorganizers to put an independent ticket for Aldermen and Councilmen in the fie'd. If our information be conect, a cer tain Federal office-holder and leading Radi cal is at the bottom or the trouble, we trust that the people of the Seventh Ward will countenance none but the regular tick et, as the few supporters of the independ ents can hope to get their men in only by swapping off Howell. It will be seen that Mr. By man stands by his colors and gives the dissatisfied element to understand that tliey have no authority to use his name. The communications are as follows: To the Union and American: If Chas. U. Ryman, for Alderman, A. L. Crosthwaite andE. C. Lansdown. for Coun cilmen, (the regular nominees of the con vention in the Seventh ward) will consent not to become affrighted and retire from the race for the City Council, we, a large minority, if not a majority, of the voters of said ward, hereby promise that we will hold no midnight conclaves on the college lot, unless better seats than the cold ground are prepared for us; that more than fifteen unterritied citizens must be present before we can be demoralized; and tliat the friends of the tegular nominated ticket forth? City Council will not swap Mayoralty votes, for tliey are too proud of the n-gular nominee to go hack ou him. No Boi.teks. To the t'nlon an.t American: Thankful to the gentlemen who called on me in your issue of yesterday, 1 would say that I am already a candidate for the position of Alderman of the Seventh ward, having leen nomina'cd by the Democratic aud Conservative Convention, and hop that I wi l le endorsed at the polls as hear tilv as I have been elsewhere. - C. 11. Bymax. THE HASLAM MURDER. Uallin Aeauitted on the (irannil of nnutrien aviaesce. Tlie argument in tlie preliminary exam ination of the case of William Gailin, charged with the murder of Samuel Ha. lam. was resumed before Justices Everett and Paul at H o'clock yesterday afternoon. The interest in the case continued unabat ed until tlie decision of the court was ren dered, and w hile tlie suit was being argued the office was densely packed with spei-ta-toi-!. After the conclusion of the argu ments. tJie -ouit di -elded that the evidence was not sufficiently stnmg to identity Gat in with the murder, and he w as therejoit. discharged. THE EXroSITIOX. Its Firt Week's Recalls Guarantee Complete Knreew. While visitors were constantly perambu lating through the Exposition building yes terday and last night in as encouraging numbers as they have every day since tlie opening, the work of perfecting the exhibi tion was being ptLshed forward with una bating energy. Workmen were still en gaged in finishing up the interior of tlie. building, and exhibitors preparing their displays. The general appearance of things last night, after the close of tlie labors of the lirst week, was superb and showed marked and highly gratifying progress since the lirst day. Articles for display were ruslied in yesterday with unusual bustle, and the empty space was visibly narrowed. The impression seemed to ob tain that the show would begin in earnest Monday, ana we feelassured this will be the case. It will be worth any one's time and money to visit it and look through, but the Improvement will go on with no sparing of pains or energy for a week or two yet and we are bound to have the finest Expo sition this year that we have ever had. TIIE SIXTH WARD. Her Citizens Opposed to Xominationa for Alderman and Conacilnien. We have been requested to publish the following : "The Democratic am Conservative voteis of the Sixth Ward are urgently re quested to meet at Jones' stable South Market street to-morrow night for the pur pose of nomiuat in candidates for Aluer mn aud Councilmen. The time is short and every voter who has an interest in the selection of good and true men to represent the Sixth ward iu tlie city government should be on hand. ".The expn-ssion of tie people as to who they wish to become tlieir candidates is (hsin-d by The Committee." We have stated heretofore that the citi zens of the Sixth ward are opposed to mak ing such nominations. If the suggestion made above be carried out, the result will be the election of at least two Radicals to the City Council. L?t well enough alone. Over the PennsjlTania Bailroad by Daylight. Probably the best specimen of an Amer ican highway to be f -und anywhere is the Pennsylvania Railroad, between Pittsburg and New York. In solidity of construc tion, superiority of bridge architecture, and smoothness of track, it is unrivaled. Throughout its entire length it is laid with a double track of steel rails, weighing sixty-seven jiounds to the yard. The rails are fastened on oak ties, iuiliedded iu broken stone ballast, with splice-joints be tween the ties, and so arranged that the connection on one side comes opjosi:e to the centre of tlie rail on the other, thus lreventing the uncomfortable and monoto nous jar experienced on tracks constructed according to the ordinary plan. The loll-ng stock is as near perfection as human ingenuity and skill lia, np to the present time, been able to make it Ijocomotives and cars are alike built by the company iu their own shops, and in the de tails of materials, design and finish com bine the highest excellence attainable. To all this is added a rigid polity of manage ment, exacting tlie utmost care and courte sy from employes of every grade, and the application of tho effective sfeguanU, the Westinghoiise air brake and the block signal system, showing tliat whatever can be aceomiilisr.c'l f.ir the safetv of travelers has been done on this great line of road- vvav. This high standard of excellence having been readied, the managers of the Pennsyl vania Railroad feel wa: ranted in taking an other advance st p f. r thd special benefit of through travel, and n ti e 1st of Junecom menced running a fist daylight train from Pittsburg to Phil.i-i- lphia an.'. New York, w ith close connec'ions at Hurrisburg for Baltimore and Washington, on the follow ing schedule: Ieave Pittsburg at 7:2" A. vt.; Altoona, 11.1'S a. M.; Harrisburg. :l"J5 r. M., arrive at Baltimore, 1 r. M.t Washington. I'-th! r. m.: Philadelphia. i-.V) v. m.; New Yo;k, !::'. p. if. The train leaving Njhv;!Ie at ti.ii) A. M. coTino-ts with the above train at Pittsburg. The magnificent ruu f 444 milt's lie tween Pittshuig and New York is made with but three stoppages; the first, of only- five minutes, at Altoona, : fter a sttrtch of 117 miles: the second, of twenty minutes, for dinner, at H.irrisburg, after an unbroken dash of li'J miles; and tte third and last, of only five minutes, at PhiMelnhia, after a pin of 105 miles, leaving a single stretch of ninety miles across New Jersey to des tination. No time being lost in stopping. tlie wonderful locomotive engines work away w ith the regularity of fixed machin ery, taking their supply of water from the track t inks as ttey co, and carrying their fuel w ith them; aiuf the time U made by uniformity of progress more than by an in creased rate of speed. The train is made up of Pullman parlor cars and the best of . . . , i , the company s day coaches, ail spienuiuiy upholstered, mounted on combination springs, and furnished with plate-glass windows, through which the landscapes cau be dis' inulv seen. And here comes in the great charm of this daylight ride through Pennsylvania, for the train leaves Pittsburg at a quarter before eieht in tlie morning add reaches ITiiladelphia at a quarter before seven in the evening. U is no new thing to say tliat tlie scenery on the line of the Penn sylvania road is beautiful, and, in many' places; grand. Every American w ho trav els or reads has seen or heard of it, and the pencils of many artists have labored lovingly to p-rtrav," for popular gratifica tion, the attractions of the Allegheny mountains; the Juniata, Susquehanna and Conemaugh rivers, and the wonderful ag ricultural vales of Iuicaster and Chester counties, through which this road runs; long sweeps of Vooded hills; lofty moun tains and dark ravines; picturesque val levs cening into each other sxwkling aiid placid waters: wide, rolling, pas toral landscapes follow in rapid succession. A clang of the bell, sinking away in the rush of the train, signals town after town and village after village. Tlie dusty turn pike, the dreamy canal, and the shaded by roads are crossed and passed in a flash. On, on, on, goes this tireless train, over a clear track, carrying the traveler by a panorama the like of which can be found nowhere else on this continent, and probably not in the world. After having breakfasted in the Mississippi Valley and dined at the capital of Pennsylvania, the passenger finds himself seated at supper in the metropolis of New York, where the Atlantic throbs and swells in its ceaseless activity. A few years ago th man wl.o should hav e predicted such a ride would have been pronounced utterly and hojielessly inane. Not even tlie most sanguine enthusiast on railroads, w hen their construction was com menced, dreamed of overcoming distance at such a rate, and it is only because of the perfection of machinery and the inventions of science that it cm be done now. But it H a fict accomplished, a reality of the day, and all that is left for the people is to won der and enjoy. TnK Faris correspondent of the Ac Ynrl Times writes: "The Woodhulls an.l Clan ins are attracting great atteution here, beir.g regarded as typical American ladies." Tavd, Eastman & Howell, 48 UNION STREET, lSTITE INPECT10 OF riH IR WORK 15 LITKOGRAPMG! It Cannot le Surpassed in Ele gance nor obtained at Lower Rates. sej.16 lw 4tip DIAMOND COAL. Thk citi.kxs ok xashvillk will be supplied with this wiperior Coal at the lowest market price during the winter. Having been thoroughly tested, it haa piven peneral atlafactiou. It Is a hard coal, will not crumble or slack, is easily ignited, burns cheerrhlly but not too rapidly, leaves no cinder and but few aU . It is both cleanly aisl economical. OrJei left a ith A. Sfretel, at the comer ot Union aa.i Cherry rreet, will reeeiTe prompt attention. Yard at the corner .of Sunoner and Crawford street. tp2 3u4thp i). ". WAK1, Agnt. RETAIL DRY GOODS. John Gilgan & Co. Are now receiving ail attractive Mock of . FALL AND WINTER 600 n2 .WILL OFFER THIS WKEK: 1 ea.r beautiful New Prima; liN pieces heavy brown Catmm Flannel at ice. 1 pieces yard wide brown Domestic at tic, 8 we, . 10c. ' IS) piece yard wide Bleached Shirting- at S'ie. it) pieces Lonsdale Green Ticket, yard wide, at ' piece Frnit of the Loom, yard wi.le, at 12c. 00 pieces pure IrUli Linen at iic to lie AT TIIE Southern Palace, C1IURCII STREET. We are now opening a larjre and varied assort ment of Fall aud Winter DRESS GOODS! in all the newest shades and colon., aMU ctsi a yard and upward. Ladies purchasing BLACK GOOT3S! will find it to their Interest to call and examine this line of gooiLa at the Southern Palace, CHURCH STREET. Black Alpacas, best makes, , 3.", .Vc. Mark Brilliantines ml Mohair joe, tOc, 7jc,5c Brrt Black French Carhmeres. Black Silks, best makes. Antralian Crapes, Bombazines and Henrietta Cloths, very cheap at the Southern Palace, CHURCH STREET. Keveriible Stripe Shawl, fl.so. AU wool Scarlet and White Flannels at 2.V. lno pain Wool Blanket at $1.73 per pair up. Waterproof, very good, at 75c. Caesimere and Jeans cheap cheap. Ladies' Fai-hioned kiobed Hose at IV, 20c, 2f.e. Ladiex' Fleece-lined Hose l.Vcuc, ic Beautiful Stried Wool Hose. LadiriC and Gents' L'nderwear. Ijulif' New Silk Ties. Black Lace Veils, with Blue Jets, latest novelty. iro pieces new stvle Baching. Kid Glove and Corsets very cheap at the Southern Palace, CHURCH STREET. JOHN GILGAN & CO. Ill & 113 Church" Street. aep-JOtill reb2V75lhars.san.taes 4th p CITY NOTICES. Millinery Goods. 3Irs. M. Creed has just received lier Fall Stock of Goods, and would be pleased to see her customers and friends call on her at No. 0 Union street. Abo, white ostrich featl?ers cleaned and curled to look like new. It illass and Queenware, a better assort merit than ever at the M Cents Store. It Jeans, Flannels and Blankeu at less than New York prices, at the National S.ore, 137 Church street. sep20 eodtf Fanrjr Boskets at the 5l Cents More, It (reat bargains in Embroideries, lMu and liu.-hings, at the National Store, 127 Church street. sepiO eodrf All kinds of Toys at the ,"0 Cents It Store All the ladies are requested to call at the National Store and secure snue of the bargains in Dry Gootls. Sale to commence to-morrow morning at S o'clock. No post ponement. Mctiloin Jt Cuni'l, l;7 Church street. sep20 eodtf Best Prints 10 cents Store, 137 Church street. at the National eepitj eodtf Best Bleached and Brown Domestics from 10 to V2 cent, at tlie National Store, 137 Church street. sep-t) eoutf Black Eeails, Bead Ornaments, Ladies Black Straw Hats, Velvet Hats, at the 50 Cents Store. It Cedar Flooring aud all kinds of Cedar L'.imlier for sale cheap by Spain & Haw kins corner of Broad and High streets. seplS eod2w .i00,000 Shaved Toplar Shingle? for sale by Spain & Hawkins, corner Broad and High streets. seplS eodiw Tine Framing Timbers, of all sizes aud lengths, furnished at short notice by Spain & Hawkins, corner Broad and High sts. seplS eothiw Hats that cannot be excelled are found in the new and beautiful fall styles ot Francisco, the Hatter, that everybody has heard of, 43 North Market street. sepl'J 2t Mrs. M. Gaiues, having returned frcni New York wifli all the latest styles for dress-iiiakiii, would be pleased to see her old customers and friends at her Iloonis, 155 Church street. sepl7,20A22 DRY Broadway Silk Hats at McKee's. XTorth edqeeield presbyterian sepl9 t MISSION service at 3 p m by Rev J H atc'eilly. . New Styles So arf at McKee's. sepl2t Ik7t baptist chtrch, Rev. x! G. 1 Jone, 1.I Pastor Service at l'r.30 a m by New Goods at Hogan Bros'. sepl'J 2t Ir. Owin, and 7:3u p m.l T7 , CENTRAL EAPTIST CHURCH, Rev. W. ew Fliipnels at Hogan Bns'. o. Inman, Pastor Service at 11 a ni sep li 2t ll1 1-Ji' ? m oy the P3"10'- rD... rnt;lmrA at llo-an Crm' TIXJEFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH, Rev. W Ne lassimeres at llon lros . eison. Pastor. Ssrvicea at louw a at Sep 19 2t by the pator, and 7UI0 p m. . , T. t, , -1 fcKEXDREE CTtURCH, Bev. R. K. Har- iew Haten,ro" l0?10 los. groTB pastor Service at l-ijoa m and SCpl9 'A p m by liev ts M Merrill. a.- i' -ti. ir. riHURCH OP THE ADVENT Rev Ed- CW Empress t loth at Iloqan Bros . (J ward Bradley, Rector-Service at 10::) a seplD 2: m and 7:3ip in by the rector. Sunday-acnool at 9am. New Cashmeres at Hogan Bros'. M 8TKEE1 CUuRCH.Rev.FeiuR.Hin, sepl3 it j Pastor Service at lo-.4.i a m andl:30pm by the paor. New Alpacas at Hoan Bros'. seplO 2t ishstreET CHRISTIAN cnt'RCH-- Preaching at 7:30 p m by Prot Cullum. Ladies Ties at Hogan Bros'. sepl9 2t New Kid Gloves at He ;an Bros'. Sep 19 t Knittin? Yarn at Hian Bros'. sepl 2t Bupry Blankets at Hogan Bros. seplOi't Bed Blankets at H.an Eros'. sepli t New Skirts at Hoan Bros'. sepl'J 2t New Shawls at Hogan Bros'. sepl'J 2t New Prints at Uojran Bros'. sepl'J 2t New Bed Ticking1 at Hogan Bros. . sepia 2t w Hosiery at Hogan Bros', sepl!) 2t New Hamburg Eilging at Hogan Bros'. sepl'J 2t Every thin? cheaper than anywhere else at Hogan Bros. i'1" Fall Style Hats at Jesse Ely's. aug: satsunJcihtf Broadway Style Silk Hats at Jesse Ely's aug:W satsunJtthtf New Styles of boys' and children's Hats at Jesse Ely'.. aag-M satsunJuhtf "Nobby new style Hats lor young gents at Jesse Ely's. auJO satsuuAthtf JRETILTJIMGoop GRAND OI3iaIVIIGr OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS OS COLLEGE STREET. We would respectfully invite our fjiends, customers, and the public in .general for the inspection of our well selected stock of FALL & WINTER DHY GOODS! WE HAVE SOW ON BEIS'T STOCKS AM) AT PRICES TO 50 pleees all-wool Empress Cloth, 49c ... t k - 1 1 L . ov pieres iwojai rrse, w. 40 pieces French Cahmercf all wool, 7i". And all other Fashionable ooods at prices to suit the times! Q TnE BEST ASSORTMENT AND 25 piece IrUa fopUns 83c, cheap at 41.25. In Passamentary Trimmings, Ornament, Belt and Buttons, onr Stock will ouiriTiu any iu jiafcutiue m price ana style. Ia Oenta and BovV Camimere our Stock i complete. Waterproof, double width, at T5e, selling at other places at S1.25. A large tock of Calico, Bleached and Brown Diwtio and Sheeting price extremely tew: -A large aortme-it of elegant Sah Ribbon at SO eenla, orth SL Ladie' Suit and Sacrine of all descriptions at low price. . . DRESS3IAKIIVG IElSTT3rEJD ! Our MIKN SELLT COO it having jurt returned from Xew York, la readv and D re Dared to make up Dresnea in tho latest tyle. We guarantee TROOILNG VELVETS OF ALL Oar fttoek. f MooralDj Goads caaaat b aurwae d. 100 pieces Black Mohair Lustre and Alpacas, and all other Goods usually kept . I, 4 ' .1 linn... ... l . - I . ! a 1 a 11 . in a nrsi-ciass vrj uwnu uusc A SaTlng of 25 per cent guaranteed bj bnjln? jour Goods of ns. ei,20tf4thp O. CITY NOTICES. tOO.000 feet first-class long leaf South ern line Flooring for sale cheaper tlian anybody for cash, at Spain & Hawkins', corner Br.ad and High streets. seplS eod2w GoUaday Sixty-seventh Drawing, Ev- ansville, Iud-, Sept. 2S. frizes all cash. Canital prize. S2,000; second prize, $1,UW. YLole tickets, $2-S halves, $1.00; quar ters, 50s. For sale by W. G. Frice, No. 47 Snith Collece street. All prizes of S-'jOO and under, drawn in thi3 city, will be paid here by W. G. Frice. sepl2 sat.tues,thursd:sun 4t Don't fail to call and tee the beautiful display of Xer in fine Scarfs, Ties and Bows, ji. --. . -. ic-day at Gray & Nobles. Call aud see our st xk of Fine Flooring and Hue Siding, made ol the pure long leaf pine. Spain & Hawkins, corner of Broad and Hkh streets. sepl 3 eod.'w Uancin?. iliss Elka Goodwin's Danc ing School, McClure's Hall, Cherry street, will be resumed Saturday, Sept. 26. Days of tuition, Wednesday Saturday, at 3 o'clock. seplS sun,tu,thurs,sat 2w Gray & Xoble have just returned from the Ealt with an elegant stock of Fall Hals in all the latest uoFelties, for men, boys and children. sepl2tf 3Iis.se OTJryan, 17 McLemore street. Next seion begins Monday, Sept. 21, 1S7L AJdiess Lock Box iy, Nashville, Tenn. augtf tf Use Uie best; it is always the cheapest iu the end. Dooley's Yeast Towderhas been universally regarded as the best and cheapest for over fifteen years. sepl5 dlwAwlt Trunks I Trunks!! Trunks !! ! Wm. Dunstead, at 31 Nortlt College street, has an immense stock of ladies' and gentle men's Traveling Trunks, Valises and Satchels, which he is selling at extraordin ary low prices. jyl5 3mosAeodCmos Gray A Noble will open a stock of Neck Wear to-day that canuot be surpassed in this or any other city. sep!2 tf RELIGIOUS SERVICES. in IKST PRESBYTERIAN CHCRCH Rev. 1; Thoe. A. tort, pa tor. Service at lo-.JO a m and at 7.30 p m bv the pastor. Sacrament at morning service. Scat free at nght. SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHUROH.Bav. J, W. Hovte, Pastor Service at U am by Rev Cr Shelton, and S p m by the Kev T O Summer. EDGAK PRESBYTERIAN CHCRCH, Korth 'yhvU. Rev K T Branily, Paur-Ser-t ices at 11 am and 8 p m by the Pastor. Sunday school itlp D. Communioa at, morning ser vice. MOORE MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN C'bur. h, Went End Rev. Frank 1. Moore Owing to repairs on the chnrch no service in the churrh-building. Sunday-school assemble at a m at the McN'airy street school build ing. The congregation will worship at the first Presbyterian Church. I1DGEFIELD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, !i Rev. J. M. MOeilly, Paator Service at 1 ..ui a m and?:(.i3 p m by the pastor. Commun- MtEE PROTESTANT CliniCH, at Temple 1 of Masic, 2- N Cherry No service. FIRST TOI.ORED BAPTIST CHURCH Kev. N. ii. Merry, Pastor Service at a and p m by the pastor. -llfEST ESD Uev J M Sharpe, Pastor V femicsat pi: a. m and at 7: p m by the pastor. Supday-shhool at p m. QAPERS- CHAPEL Service at 11pm. TONES- AGRICULTURAL FACTORY J Service at 11 a m aud P m l j Rev W I r Sawrie. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev .1 B Stephea. Pastor Service at ll:on a. m and T:.V p m I'.v lae p.". ST. ANN'S CHURCH, ugenel.l-Kev A. U .Stanley. Rector. Service at luriO a. m. by the rector. Suu-layschcl at S o'clock a m. EIKIEFIELD CUMBERLAND PRESBY. TERIAN CHURCH, Rev. J. D. Kirkpat ntk. Pastor Service at l0:;a m by the pt r. No service at night, Sunday-choolat 9 a m. FIRST CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURf H. Rev A .1 Baird, D.D., pator Service at 1 1 a ni bv ftml p m by the pastor, who w ill alsu preach at 8 p m to-morrow at the South Market strict Mimuod. GERMAN LUTHERAN CnURCII Rev. J. Hecker, a-dor Service at 10:30 a m by the pstr. Sunday-school at 3 p m. All Ger man are invited. TULIP STREET CHURCH, Edgefield Rev. R. K. Brown pastor Service at K30 a. ra. and at :wpD by the pastor. TlUKlsTlAN OHUKOtt, Elder J S all pss j tor. Set -ice at 10:30 a m. and ";S p in ty ih astor. C HKISTIAN CHURCH, odd Fellow' Hall. K.lgrtield Service by in W U Cook at JI a ta. HAND OXE OF THE IIV THE CITY DEFY C03ITET1TIOX. ? CHEAPEST IN THE CITY. entire aatilaction. COLORS AT LOW PRICES. yin-rs w gne saiitiacuon to au. - XilOJS 4&C CO. RETAIL DRY GOODS. NEW FALL GOODS! AT THE TRADE PALACE, ON TIIE SQUARE. COLORED ALPACAS. New shades, 2nc and upward. New shades, double width, 35e a yard. New shades, pure Mohair, 35c, worth 50c. Ulnclc: -A.lptica.s- Mobair Lustre 40c, worth &c Mohair Lastre, pure sflk, 50c, worth 73c. Mohair Lustre, extra fine, 90c, worth ic SILKS. Uiack Gro Grain $1 to i50, quality (fuaran teed. Evening Silk In pearl, lavender, silver, grey etc., Toe, worth SL Bargains ta Table Linens, ToxceU, Xep kins and Irusk Linens, AT THE Trade Palace, 14 Public Sqnare. PRINTS. New styles just received. Good Prints 7,',c and upwards. DOMESTIC. Splendid Bleached 8e per yarL Extra fine 10c per yard. Lonsdale, yard wide, 12 ,c per yard. Fruit of the Loom, 13 e per yard. God Brown Domestic, ic per yard. Yard-wide Sea Island 9c. AT THE TIIAIE IMJLACE, ON THE MIC ARE. Sheeting, 2i yards vide, Bleached and Brown, SOe. ep3 eodtf 4thp PAINTS, OILS, ETC. Ready nixed for use. Any one can apply iL Beautiful and durable. Also Paint er i Artitts' and Wat Flowr Materials of every Ttind; Window Glass, Oils, Tar YOUR nish. Brushes, Sash, Doors, Blinds, you will get cheap, if you buy at 15 North College street, Xashville, Tenn., CHAS. H. GAUTHLER'S. HOU aug!2 wed.fri.at,B lyittip STATE OF THE WEATHER. Kepart for th City, MatBUrttow Ke-4. 1. 1H74. Tuna. Bar. Th'r, Wind. , WsaUtar. TH A. at 2.9'l 11:21 A. M 'Jil.y?! S:00 r. H 9L 77 S rrest ICloadv 75 S E gentle Clondy 7x S frehh (Cloudy 75 W tresh Ctou.ly 7 t"!lm IClowly 5 N WxentleiCloody :5S T. M no r. u :i.o 10:21 r. m JO KD Maximum teuiiierature 7S dig., minimum teuiierature ts .leg., mau temperature 12.3 dej. Amount of rainfall In the past 24 boors, 0.63 inrlie. T'UgrapKtt B'jxrrt from Signal Strwic Corp C. H. A., cf Obtenatum, t 3.M P. M-f M Water Uum Lin. Uc..Lib5riBar jThr Wind Wd 8Uktor ,mh,WaUaw vation. Cairo Cincinnati.... Louirrilit..... Memphis.... . Nashville...... New Oriean. Oin&h '7tn Oil 2. SSI a.si ':. 3 29.9.1 3i.mi N W s w w N W W N N W S E N W W s w 8 Cloudy 12 Thre't'lng ! Cloudy S Clear 7 Cloudy Fair 13 Fair 12 Fair 16 Fair lj; Cloudy 3! Cloud v 30.IWI Pittsburg. St. Louis..... ...i'iii.i'21 St. Paul :a.7 Vicksbnrg iJ0.ai SITES NEWS. Daily Kyrt f Utoft tf Water, with Oka- it tkt H Bamri AM-r; 3 P. M. 4- 10 I AB4VVB II oaaaaaa. W 1 waraa.! aisa. ruu STATIONS. ft. In. lj ft. ft. ra. h ill SI 31 Cairo Cincinnati.... LouumUa.... . Memphis...... Nashville New Orleans,. Pittsburg...... St. Louis. S 1 1 1 o 1 1 8 14 81 Vtcksburg., Rlanb lnilliavti naa wm rnn? Afrha fill Plus (t ten dency to riao. A. C. Ford, Observer. We report a rise of tt inches in the Cum berland at this point for the 24 hours end ing at '.I p. m. yesterday. There are now 2 feet tf inches on Ilarpeth iShoals. The Ibtrtstilie Sentinel of Friday says: UV learn from a private letter of Capt. T. (. K mail tliat I lie .Shippers' Own and B. ii. C.xike are doing a hue paying businMs. 1 be Cooke is still gett imj $l,50u psTraorith, besides the bar rent,, wbti h is $70 per month, and the Shipper' 0u is noLii. fluOaweek." PAINT SE y