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rJirc and Marine,
INSURE IN THe'S J AT E
Cffice in the Company's
Jl'0.30 JVorth College St.
John Zumsden, !Pres't.
G. P. Tliruston. Vice Pres't.
(D. 21. Johnson, Sec?y.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Colon Ticket Offlce, Maxwell flense
A. H. Robinson, Agent.
nival and Departure 01 Trains
LOrTSTII.I.r AWT TTABHTIIXB AJfD
6KEAT (erTM EBN. Depot, HorOx Col
lege street, J. X. Brooks, Agent.
Northern, Eastern and
Northern, Eastern and
northern, K a? tern and
10:40 r. M.
5:00 A. X.
2 00 P.M.
6:50 r. x.
8:30 T. X.
10:30 T. X.
Mobile & K. O. Express
8:15 A. B.
fl2:40 P. X.
Di scon- tinned.
4:00 p.x t",;3u A
O. P ATMOKK, Qon'l Pa-a. and Ticket Agent
BANHTILIC CHAITAKOOttA A5D
ST. LiOriS TWot. rtmreh street.
T. M. CUNNINGHAM, Ticket Agent.
Southern S 'rn Mail., t 8 ti0 a. at.: 1 12:23 p.x.
" Kxpres 8.-O0 P. X ,12:3" a. X.
St LoaK M's Express 1:0 A. x. SO A. x.
" Vut'n Mail H2:35 P. X. 5 00 P. X.
t 4:00 p. x fiu:w A. X.
V. L. DANLKY. Gen'l Paxo. & Ticket Agent
Daily, f Daily except sanaar.
rho 8:00 a. x. ana lr.-a p.
. m. train will not
stop at flag stations.
ST. lOriS ASD SotriIEASTKR3J
(C'moUtl!tel. rPJot opposite I- and N.
Depot, North College street. J. A. Dahlgren,
No. 2 St. Louis Mail,:
dailv, except Sunday. : 1:55 A. X.
No. 4 St Louis Express,'
daily : 1:32 P.x.
So. 1. Nashville Mall,'
dailv, except Sunday. I .
112:47 a. x.
Ko. 3. Nashville tt-i
12:47 P. X.
A. E. SHRADKR, Gen'l Sopt.
JNO. W. MASS, Gen'l Ticket Agent
TEXXESSEX PAOFIC BAII.ROAD.
On and arts' 31 ar 2S, train wiilron a fol
lows; LVspot South Cherry St.
Ko. 1, daily, except Sun-! '
day. ! 4.00 P. X.i 0:1'. A. x.
GEO. MANET, Pres't & Supt.
Sew Advert! ta
ins lire in the State Insurance Company.
Custom-made boote and shoes at reduced
iiricp at Ilamaj'p's.
Framfl dwelling ou Gleaves street f'T
liwd wanted in a private family by a
man and wife.
Frame resideuce in Edgefield for rent.
A good German gardener wanted.
Residence, corner of Fatherland and
Church streets, Edgefleld, for rent.
A first-class express wagon, harness and
horse for sale.
A complete set of furniture for sale.
Dwelling on SDriac street, Edgefield, for
A lady's fine cold wa'ch for sale cheap.
Meetine of the stockholders of Nashville
Library Association on Wednesday evening
next at it o clock.
Frame dwelling on Shelby avenue, Edge-
held, for rent.
Meetine of subscribers to stock in Me
chanics" National Bank on Tuosday neit,
at 2 o'clock p. M , at office of State Insu
Dwelling on Shelby avenue, Edgefield,
f r rent.
Dwelling in North Edgefield, with ten
acres of cround attached, for rent.
A new frame cottaie in North Edgefield
Brick dwe iiiz on Slieibv avenue, i-Jse-
lield, for rent.
A second-hand Jersey waou wanted.
Brick dwelling. o'J Sjuth Summ-.-r street,
Cheap dn- goods at U:uan Bros. -
Do uotfjil to call atGiers' Gallery and
examine the latest stvle iih-tcc:aphs. It
will anui'.v rep ivte visitor.
Do not fail t read in city notice columns
tlM ereat Lanrains oflered by M. McLaugh
lin, proprietor of the Philadelphia Siore, in
lrv coous or every Uescnption.
G. Itice & Co. are ofle: ing their hosiery,
blankets, cassimen-s, etc., -underwear, etc,
at creatly reduced prices. See city notices.
For latest novelties in bead oniaments
and fancy pxhIs, so to Jos. K. Louiseau
A. Winter fc Bro. o.Ter tempting induce
ments to purchasers of dry goods in city
notice column of this morning's pair.
We advise our friends to give theui a call.
See statement of C. C. (iiers, in city
notice column, in regard to Jus superior
Custom-made boots, shoes and congress
gaiters very cheap at the People's Nlioe
V.ore. 102 Churcn street opposite St. Cloud
Notice especially the great sale of the
state Of Col. Wm..N. Bilbo, advertised to
Like place at the Real Estate Auction Mart,
No. 'JO Cedar street, at 12 ociock M-,
Thursday. Oct, 1, 1ST4, bv Scovel. Real
EsLtts A sent.
The Trade Talace auuouncenieut in this
moniins's Union ani Ameiucan makes
meution of bargains in new dress coods
which our fair readers will hardly be able
to resist- As to the prices, they are fright
fully low for even the hardest of tunes.
Patrick Cannon's Kattle.
The raffle for the sewing maebiue and
house, 171 South Summer, of Patrick Can-
nou took place last night at his resilience,
0 being the lucky number.
In addition to the appointments hereto
fore published, ex-President Johnson makes
Friday, OcU IC, Claiksviile.
Saturday. let. 17, McKenzie.
Monday, Oct. Mempiiis, at night.
In Smith county, four miles froin Car
thage, last Friday night, a respectable cit
izen was taken out by a party of five mask
ed men and beaten over the head with re
volvers until he was well nigh dead.
lie would no doubt have lteenkilled,bul
for the intercession of one of the maskers.
Exenrsion Rates to 4'hattanoojra,
Arrangements have been made to secure
excursion tickets to the thatt:tiioga con
vention from Union City, Frost's Mat ion,
McKenzie, Huntingdon, Waverly, Mur
fieeslwro, Wartrace. Tiillalioma, Decherd,
Cowan and this city. It is thought this
county will be prettty largely represented
Bona way on Broad Street.
A noBe attaencato a D;irouciie iH'longin
to J. M. Carsey became frightened and Ian
away on Broad street, about nine o'clock
yesterday morning. The vehicle struck
against a carttone, and was considerably
damaged, the driver U'ing thrown headlong
upon the pavement, but not seriously hurt
Mr. Frank Battle has connected himself
with a Nashville house, and kit the citv
vesterday on a business tour.
Capt. A. J. Porter has reaehe J lioine afler
a sojourn at. the springs.
Dr. J. W. iioyie uas reumieu inn a
week's preaching at Milton. Kutheiford
county, where a revival has .lieen in iio
cress, resulting in eleven conve.-sions miu!
eicht additions to the churclu
Those who represented Nashville in the
Old Folk's concerts at Chattanooga Tliurs-
dav and Friday nights rein mod yesterday
reporting that they Lad had a glorious
It will be roticed from our dispatch es
that Gen Pennypacker will icsume com
mand of the Nashville ptM in iiay tr iwo.
ALL 0YEE THE CITY.
The utbt girl of the period Orphan
The Police Court contributed $75 worth
of lucre arid labor to the City Treasury
The tinder of a small gold bracelet lost
either at the Exposition or between there
and Cedar street will be suitably rewarded
in leaving & at the Western Union Tele
graph office. -. - .
A special train from Memphis to the
Chattanooga Convent ion "will arrive here
this eveDiiig and go through to Chattanoo
ga to-night. The Memphis, Arkansas and
Texas delegations will be on the train.
Persons desiring to attend the speaking
by the candidates for Governor, at Mur
freesboro, nest Tuesday, can make the
round trip for $1 by procuring tickets for the
8 o'clock train and return cu the 5 o'clock
train. . .
Columbus Robertson, the colored boy
who was arrested Friday night on the charge
of robbing a money drawer at the Exposi
tion building, lives at the workhouse now.
Judge Duling furnished him with a twen-Iky-five
dollar ticket yesterday.
At a meeting oi iue vouuij icuiuun
Central Committee yesterday, J. W. Mc
Ferrin and CapL Win. Sample were ap
pointed members of that committee, vice
Green Sawyers and Frank P. Cahill re
signed. The jury returned a verdict yesterday
morning in the case of Wil'iam Hutcbcraft,
alias Uill Brown, charged with robbing
Joseph Waggoner last month, and fixed
his time at ten years in the penitentiary.
Jacob Kelley, indicted on the same charge,
Dispatches to tlie following parties re
mained undelivered at the Western Union
Telegraph office last night. Office hours,
Sunday, 9 to 10 A. m.: Alice Jainss, Cooke,
Settle" & Co., W. II. Ogleton, Geo. F.
Akers, S. L. Graliam, J. II. Murray, J. N.
Brooks, Mrs. Ileitie MeEwen, Cline ABern-
heiin, Eldridge cfc Massenga'e, W. llooper
Harris, O. F. Noel, Gennett & Co., Sample,
Williams & Co.. Mrs. Tuos. lute.
Foartb Iaj Statlm.es of Cnnreri Pro.
petty Impressive Memorial Neni-
Specially Hei-orteil for the Union and American.
Gallatin, Oct. 10. Tlie Conference
ras owned this morning, Bishop Marv in in
the chair, with religious services conducted
by Rev. R. II. Rivers, D. D., and the min
utes of yesterday's session were read and ap
proved. The attendance was quite large,
many members having come in since me
On motion or . m. MCi-anny, a com
mittee of three R. A. Young, D. C. Kelly
and Wm. M McCarthy were apiHinted to
piepare and have printed th! proper blanks
lor the use of the Conference.
The CoiEmitlee on Chureh lYoperty pre
sented their report, from which w e make
the following suininary:
Parsonaces. ........ , ...... . -3
Value of Churches..... $0W,(15 00
Value of Parsonages 1G,M0 K)
Value of other church property. j,4J0 00
The Conference adjourned at a quarter
to 10 o clock to meet at the l'resoyterian
Church to attend to the memorial services
of deceased brethren. The members of the
Conference then proceeded in a body totfe
l'resbvterian Church, where a large audi
ence bad assembled. The interest mani-
ft-sted was very great, all seeming to recog
nize the importance of the occasion which
called them together.
Bishop Marvin called the Conference to
order, and announced tljat it was a memo
rial session held in honor of Brothers l'itts,
Ma-Jdin and Green, who had died during
tbe last vear.
Rev. W. R. Warren opened the exercises
bv reading the 00th Psalm. Rev. S. M.
Merril, D. D., then read Hymn 737
WHAT THOUGH THE. ARM OF COXyUEB
which was sang with great spirit by the en
tire congregation, the minister adoptingthe
oJd Methouist custom of reciting two lines
at a time, and such singing is refreshing in
these days when a few persons generally do
the praisiug of an entire audience.
Kev. K. 11. Kivers, U. D., who has just
transferred to this Conference, then i!ered
a most fervent and appropriate prayer,
touching the hearts of all present.
Rev. John F. Hughes then read the l th
c' apter 1st Corinthians, alter which Bishop
Marvin read llvmn i"J,
"There is a land of pure deli'Ut-"
After the singing of the hymn, Rev. D.
C. Kelley, D. D., awe and presented re
port No. 1 of tlie Committee on Memoirr.
Dr. Kelley stated that the work of preparing
the memoir ot Kev. i . 1 itts has been
assigned f im, and that he had prepared
one, but had afterwards concluded to sul
stitute for his, one prepared bv Dr. Green
and published in the Adcocate, and which
was the last article Dr. Oreen ever wrote
for the press.
Rev. R. A. loung, D. then paid a
tribute to the memory of Mr. Pitts, stating
tliat his first recollection of Mr. Pitts was
tlie opening sermon preached by Mr. P. at
Gallatin, in 1H4, and which he had reau
when a young man, before he had maJe
his acuuaintance. In l!4G, the ieaker
came to Nashville, an entire stranger, to
ioin the Conference, and was met at the
Sewanee Hotel bv Bio. Pitts, who took
him to tlie parsonage and gave him a home.
At that time Mr. Pitts had j'ust closed a re
vival meeting which had contiuued for
about three months, and duriug that time
had received over .Vh) persons into McKeu
dree Church. In his early days Mr. Pitts
was a sweet s'tiigei, and many attended his
ministry to listen to his singing. He was
peculiarly gifted in prayer and was a bom
orator. In Ahe:is. Ala., in lS'M), when at
his zenith, he heard Mr. Pitts preach to au
immense audience, and so great was his
power over them that the congregation
swayed from side to side like the pendulum
of a clock. II.; died a, the right time, was
a delegate to the General Conference and
actively engaged in the discharge of duty
wlien tne summons came.
Rev. Joel W. Whitten read reiort No. 2
of the Committee on Memoirs Rev. Thos
Maddin, D. D.
Rev. Joseph B. est, D. D said that it
was with leluctance that he had conseuted
to occupv the placed assigned him; that Dr.
Maddin was the friend of his boyhood days
and his spiritual father. Dr. Maddin was
the purest man he had ever known. He
never was guilty of a discoerteous action.
He was as modest and gentle as a woman,
yet firm as a rock in maintaining what was
right. t hen a mere lad. Dr. ilafl im was
a Catholic, and when he became a Prostes-
tant in faith. hehad to abandon his Method
ism or leave his paternal roof. He ciiose the
latter and walked from lliiladelphia, to
Pittsburg, because he tboucut lie was right.
IniAlabatnxwhere his earlierdays had lieen
lent, his name was a household word, and
ids memory is sacredly cherished. He has
soue to his rewaad let us co and meet
Rev. James R. Hummer tlien read re
port No. 3 of of the Committee on .Memo
LEV. A. L. I. OIJKEN, 1). I.
Rev. D. C. Kelley,; D. D., was the sieaker
assigned to take tlie place of Dr. aummeis,
who failed to get to Gallatin to take his
p'ace ob the programme."- Dr. Kelley was
fi rtunate in being able to present, in such
a happy manner, the main points in the
lile ol Dr. Green. Ho said that Dr. Green
was a tower ot strength in the church ; that
his reputation was national : that he was
wise counsellor, and an ab'e preacher. He
related with peculiar power a number of in
cidents in the life of Dr. Green. During
his remarks the entire audience was movei;
to tears, and deep-drawn tiglis were heard
in every direction. Amid this state of feel
ing and interest. Dr. Rivers arose, and pai
an eloquent, heart-touching tribute to the
memoiv of the three eminent men who
had eeased to lalwr to live. Rev. W. C.
Johnson, of the Memphis Conference, was
the next speiker. and related, with much
feeling, incidents in the life of these breth
Afi.r the singing of several appropriate
hymns the Conference adjourned alter
praver and tlie leiiediction.
This occasion was a memorable one, and,
as Bishop Maivin remarked, one which the
Tennessee Conference would not he likely
to ever witness again. He had never
known three such gn'at men to die in one
touiereiice m a single year and lie lioped
their mantels had fallen on worthy sIkmii-
None but those who keep up appearances
against neavy ou.is cm un-ierstand w!iat
servitude pretence imposes upon the sens!
live soul. 1 lie sting or contested poverty
is not nearly so burning us is the reality ot
bf;ii;j poor while seeming to be rich.
Another Bis; Tarawa! Last Xlfbt
The Poultry show To-morrow
Farther Sot lees or Displays,
There was a liberal atteudance at the
Exposition yesterday, from the opening of
the doors in the morning, and a large
crowd at uight. , . .i r
The Hermitage school visited the txpo
sition In a body during the afternoon."
Considerable Interest is manifested In
the poultry show which comes off to-morrow.
It promises to be the largest display
of fowls ever made in the State.
We continue our notes on display:
LADIES' FCkXISHISG COODS, CORSETS,
HOOP SKIKTS, ETC.
The principal attraction for the ladies ou
the north side of the promenade gallery,
is the handsome upright showcase of D.
Loveman & Co., filled with eterything
composing a lady's toilet, including the
most beautiful ready made saques, ladies'
and children's underwear, exquisite trim
mings, and the finest French embroidery.
It is by the aid of the enterprising busi
ness men like the firm of D. Loveman &
Co., that the Exposition is made a success;
and had every merchant in the city come
forward and contributed their share as lib
erally as they have, we would be able to
boast of the largest and most successful
Exposition ia the country. Mr. L. J. Lov
enthal, a member of this firm, Is also one
of the directors of tlie Exposition, and is
as untiring iu advancing its interest as he is
in making the firm to which he belongs
rank second to none in the South in their
line of trade.
This firm makes a specialty of white and
black goods, and carry the largest and best
selected stock in the city. Their assort
ment of ladies' furnishing goods, black silk,
black silk velvets, black alapacas, etc., is
very large, and is held at very reasonable
figures. " They have an established reputa
tion for tlie manufacture of the most ele
gant underwear for ladies and children, and
make this a distinctive feature of their
large establishment, and are probably do
in. the. largest business in this line of any
house in the Soutlu 1 heir cloak and dress-
ma5f'.n denartment is another feature of
their business, and they have a large force
constantly engaged tilling orders. Anew
attraction has recently been introduced in
the way of zephyr worsted, patterns for
D. Loveman & Co., are probably the
largest importers of corsets in the south,
and thev ke-P oa hand the largest assort
ment of dillerent styles io be fimnd west of
New York. They continue the manuiao-
ture of hoop-skirts on a large scale, and
keen trace with tte changes of style, turn
ing out only the latest and most fashion
al le nattents. Their trade in this line of
goods is very extensive, and their make of
hoop-skirts "is known and appreciated all
over the southern country,
In contrast with many firms who have
displays on exhibition, Mr. Loventlial de
votes his spare time in explaining to lady
visitors the quality, price, etc, of the goods
thev have in their building, and by this
close attention to husiuess he has succeed
ed iu making mauy sales of differ
ent articles on the spot, and yet has not al
lowed his display to sutler, each article dis
posed of being immediately replaced from
their extensive stock in store.
It is unneoessarj" fr us 10 commend this
firm to the ladies of Nashville, who are
well acquainted with the class of goods
kept on hand, and show tlieir appreciation
by giving them a large shar of their pat
ronage. Visitors to the Exposition will
find just what they want at D. Lcveman &
Co's, and cau rely on courteous treatment,
rare bargains, and goods of the very besl
HARD WALE, CUTLEHY, GUNS, ETC.
There is no handsomer display in the
buildirg than that of the enterrrisicg firm
of Collier, Sweeney & Co., at the east end
of the rronietiade gallery, where will be
found sj lemlnl samples oi r. noe wi. a
solid and inserted tooth saws, which for
durability and fine finish have no suttenor.
Tlioy are s de agents for Tennessee for this
make of saws, ana have creaiea an exten
sive demand for them. In beautiful show
cases mav be seen some of the finest speci
mens of cutlery, pistols, etc. to be round
anywhere, while on the wall space hang
the famous Remington brteeh-loading
fowling pieces. This gun is gettiug ia
great favor with sportsmen, ana it is rapia-
Iv taking the place of every other make in
this market. Fishing ta-kle is aiso dis
played, and they have iu store an immense
Not content wilh their grand display in
the gallery, Messrs. Collier, Sweeney
Co. have placed near the fountain a pyra
mid of gum and leatlter belting, manu
faiured bv Oo. S. Fail & Co., a celebra
ted Hue of : goods for which they are special
agents for this State. Immediately oppo
site the licit ing is a pyiamid of liempen
rone of dillerent si7.es. I hey keep in store
nrobablv the finest and largest assortment
of roods in tlieir line to be found in the
city, and strsngors and others will find it
to their interest to give them a call.
DOOL3, SASH BLINDS AND BUILDIXO MA
At the east end of the new wing Messrs.
W. R. McFarland & Co. make au exten
sive fi'snlav l;om tneir manuiaciory, iu-
cluding doors, sash, blinds and building
material generally. Also, a lancy jaieni
fence, which attracts the attention of a'l
visitors. This fence is made in sections,
is strong and durable, and can be put up as
cheaD as a common paling fence. A
sneciinen of Tennessee lumber from Alex
ander's mill. Fianklin. Tenn., is also shown
in the shaiie of a board 2 by 20 inches, and
2 feet long in the clear, and measuring 121
feet 4 indies. And in addition they have
on disnlav samples of wainsjating, ceil
ings, pine, poplar and cedar liojriugs,
sidings, mouldings, etc
W. R. McFarland Jfc Co rank among the
largest manufacturers and dealers in lumber
and building materials. They keep on hand
the largest stock ot doors, sash, blinds,
mouldings. ires.-ed flooring, shingles, etc.
to lie found iu the city, and sell at figures
as low as any manufactory in the country
Thev arc also agents for the sale of U. W.
John's pat ed'.Asbetos Rofing. This roofing
has be n thoroughly tested ana is enuorseu
by well-know n and reliable authorities, and
is now in use on thousands of buildings iu
aH pails of the country, and is particularly
valuable for roofs of riilroad buildings aud
bridges, and for manufactories, wareliouses,
etc., which are liable to injury Hum acnls,
or in danger of fire from burning build
iugs. Samples can be seen at the Imposi
tion, or at their planing mill. No. e4 North
College street, and No. 1 North Cherry
The senior member of this firm is ona of
our old.-st and most enterprising citizens.
As one of the directors of the Exposition,
lie has been active in promoting its interest
and aiding in the success it has atta lied.
By his untiring energy he has succeeded in
establishing au extensive- trade, not only
in Tennessee, Georgia Alabama. Misstssip
pi and Kentucky, but makes frequent ship
ments of building material to Indiana, Illi
nois aud other Northern States.
All orders are promptly filled, and only
the best material furnished.
IonLE'a PHoTOOlIArHIC DISPLAY.
The elegant display of photographs con
tributed by Mr. R." Pool, ar.d heretofore
briellv noticed in these columns, continues
to attract all lovers of art who visit the Ex
position. In fact, no one should fail to ei
tunine carefully the gems of art embraced
in Poole's collection. The Rembrandt pi
tures are a socially with Mr. P and liw
line specimens in show-cases and on the
wall space are fair samples of his every day
production. 1 hey ate really elegant, aud
are seldom equalled in correctness of like
ness and beautiful finish. The large pastel
and crayon pictures are unh.hed in the
highest style of the art, and are equal to
any work turned out in any
city in the Union, not excepting the
fountain-head of plmtocranhy New York
city. No one can fail to admire the life
like crayon hkeuess of Jugde Porter, our
next Governor, in Mr. Poole's display. It is
pronounced one of the most conect photo-
graplis in every respect, and
is complimented bv all who
hae examined it. This picture cf itself
st ami's Mr. Poole as one of the most ;u--
complished artists in the country, to say
nothing of the iuniimeraole wor&s cf gen
uine art to le found in the large aud mag-
The arrangement 'f 1 Vole's display de
notes stiuiv, observable in a finely paiered
wall, pictures dressed in line mats and golJ
frames aud maiched in pairs. There is
taste displayed that is creditable to the :u
tisr. and these who are conversant "wit
do not .-fait to express th.
f Mr. J'oof
efforts to turn out only the finest ms of
photography is evidenced by the libk .1 P"
tronage he is receiving. His force
lists are kept constantly employed if &n
ishing work ordered, and his elegantly fur
nished pariors are seldom relieved of .
presence of patrons awaiting their tor. n
His gallery is located on the corner a "
Cherry and Union streets, and we take
pleasure in commendirg him. both as a cit- !
izen and artist.
f. C. CIKBS' PHOTOGRAPHIC DISPLAY.
In our running notes on displays we Lave
heretofore failed to notice the very hand
some collection of photographs from the
gallery of Mr. C 0. Giers,at No. 4- Union
street. Tlie space allotted Mr. Giers, to
the left of the entrance from tlie main hall
to the fountain, is limited, and his display
is not so extensive as it would have other
wise been. However, he has succeeded in
artistically arranging specimens of his work
in such a manner as to attract universal
attention and admiration. The large
pictures In pastel colors, as well as
the photo-crayons, are especially notice
able. These" beautiful works of ar
were coWred by Messrs. Paret and
Betliga, gentlemen who stand in the bight
est rank of their profession, and formerly
connected with the best galleries in New
York. Mr. Bethga is lately from Kurtz's
gallery, one of the leading photograph es
Ublishraents in New York city. Mr. Giera
was determined to have his gallery attain a
standing for artistic work equal to the best,
and, at a very heavy expense, succeeded in
inducing these gentlemen to locate in this
city, and connect themselves with bis es
tablishment. That be has accomplished
his object, the display at the Exposition,
and the numerous et idencesof artistic skill
in his parlors, at 4o Union street, abund
The beautiful crayon picture of a little
son (now deceased) of Capt- II. J. Cheney,
is pronounced by all his friends a capital
likeness. It was copied and en'arsed from
a photograph taken a short time before his
death. The picture of little Sallie Wheel
er is much admired, as well as the life-like
portrait of our next Governor, Hon. James
D. Porter. In fact, Mr. Giers' entire col
lection it of a character so near approach
ing peifection that it is almost inipsibl6
to designate which are the best. To our
unpracticed eye, all are equally meritorious
and of the highest order of the photograph
Mr. Giers is as widely known as any ar
tist in Middle Teunessee, For mauy years
he has been established in this city, and
the advancement he bas made in photo
graphy is altogether owing lo his energy
and personal attention to his busir-ess.
His gallery is one of tlie finest in the
South, and will repty the visit of any per
son who enjoys examining real gems of
phot ogi aphic art.
TUE GOTHIC VENTILATOR AND CHIMXBY
TOP MOOIUK'S HOG SCALDER AND FEED
W. F. Moore & Co. have placed on ex-
ibition samples of their Gothic Ventila
tor ChlrnneT Top, and one of Moore's Hog
Scaldersauil Feed Boiler. The chimney
cap has proved completely successful in cur-
inp the most obstinate, smcgisn anasmoaj
chimnevs. and does not rcquii a smoke
stack to carry it above surrounding build
ings. For ventilating elevators, raurwo.
pots, car shops, etc., it stanas unmaieu.
Its merits for curing smoky chimneys have
been thoroughly tested bv Iter. W. A. Nel
son, W. Simmons, of Simmons Phillips;
C. E. Lesiter, John King.C. . OiODS, .-secretary
of Slate; George Thompson, of
Thompson Bros.; Col. II. L. Claiborne, W.
Glasgow. N. (Doc) Ambrose, ir. ros
ter, IS High street; James Glover, Superin
tendent Capitol; Capt. lliil. Mitchell. John
FriizelK'A. Meadors. captain or tciipse
Engine No. 1; J. M. Sbelton, W . E. Alio-
wav, John NV ierrass, ueorge . ers,
Silas Macev, J. M. Hamilton, Rev. 31r.
Brinsfield. Rev. Thomas A. noyt, Dr. Me
nees ami Wm. TLaxton. who will testify to
Moore s patent Hog Jr-eaiaer ana reeu
Boiler supplies a long-needed article for
boiling feed for stock, and also for scalding
hogs. It is portable, and has a furnace at
tached, requires but little fuel, and will
boil water ot took feed in a few minutes.
It has been fully demonstrated that, there
? a savins of at least forty per cent, wuere
f.ed for stock is properly cooked, and this
hog-scalder and feed-boiler combined is one
of the most complete arrangements, lor
the purposes, ever offered to the public it
is meeting with ready sale and is destined
to come into universal use.
Parties desiring to examine these useful
inventions can do so at tne r-xposuion
building, in the main hall, or at the stove,
tin and sheet-iron store cf Messrs. W. F.
Moore & Co., No. 37 North Maiket street.
where they will also bud the latest ana
most approved styles of cooking and heat
ing stoves, ranges furnaces, galvanized
iron and tin-ware. and. in fact, everything
. . . i : . I.
to be L und iu nrst-ciass siove esiauoau
ments, and as cheap as the cheapest.
THE FIFTY-CENT STORE.
The display made by the Fifly-ccnt
Store, near tlie nortlieast corner oi tne
Iromenade gallery, is very attractive and
pleases the childieu immensely, as cu
those of mature y ears. The goods display
ed are samples of the very' huge stock to be
found in store at No. 8 Union street,wbere
fifty cents will buy more than at any other
house in the city. lSi.'ors i iue -tion
from a distance are requested to call
and examine for themselves.
Trwrssiit IfOI.I.lTfO sfiTLLS.
There U an ext -nsive di.'Dlai' of f lie
imn mat put of the fountain. in.'U i"c
well-known manufacturing firm of D. Hill-
man & Sons. This firm has been in opera
tion many years, and is one of tlie larger
inanufaotis-ing organizations in the West
or South. They" manufacture a superior
quality of wares. Their large cold bla,-t
charcoal furnaces located 150 miles below
Nashville, on the Cumberland river, in
which they smelt the superior hematite
ores of Tennessee wiih charcoal alone, en
able them to supply the best quality of pig
iron. From this pig-uon they manuiao-
ture their celebrated brands of Tennessee
Charcoal, Bloom and Kentucky Charco U
Iron, the reputation of which is world
wide for its superiority for all purposes
requiring great ductility and strength.
No boiler manufactured Irom these Dram s
was ever known to explode; a record that
can be claimed for no other competing
lioilor iron known to iron workers. Tliey
are the only manufacturers of the 4Te:i
nessee Charcoal Bloom" and the "Ken
tucky Charcoal Iron." They are also thi
first and only manufacturers of the we!l
known '-Kentucky B iron. The sales
rooms of D. Hilhnan & Sous are at No. 52
and 54 North Mai ket street, and tlieir trade
extends to all points in tlie I nited States.
All their boiler iron is double-rolled and
flouble-haiuuiered, nd is made to meet
the Uovernmeni standard, luey sen no
other iron than their own manufaduie, and
their trade bas reached immense projior
tions. nrs okoax for chubch or school.
One of the ceatest .novelties at the Ex
position is a portable Pipe Organ, exhibited
by Mr. 1 . 1. liauey.
This instrument is aesignea specially to
meet the wauts of our smaller churches,
schools lodge rooms, etc, though it will
be by no means out oi place in U.e
It is a genuine ripe vrjm maue so as
to be portable a perfect gem in appear
ance and of such power, thai it is astonish
ing, amid the diu of machinery, and otlier
noise, how distinctly iu tones may be
heard. No instrument of music has yet
been contrived.thatwillequal, orinany way
compare with the Organ Pipe for sweetness,
purity and power, and it is no wonder these
organs take precedence wherever they are
infroduced. They are of handsome exte
rior, and cf solid aud substantial work
manship. Every component part is so fixed
and secured that it may be shipped as read
ily as a piano, without fear of its getting
out of order -no tuning or regulating be
ing required, but is ready for use as soon
as unpacked. '
All who contemplate the purchase of a:i
oranwill find it to their advantage to com
municate with the efficient and very relia
ble agent, Mr. Thomas 1. liailey, No. 373
South Maiket street, Nashville.
The races at Henderson will commence
tomorrow and continue through the week.
French mutual and auction pools will lie
sold on the ground, C. A. Wand k Co. will
have chtrge of the French system. Judg-
iu" from the large amount ouerert as pre
miums, the prosiiects are very fair for a
There is a steam cremating establish
ment in Virginia City. They put up ll.e
aslies iu yeast Uixes, toaid the resurrect ton.
GENTLEMEN'S FINE CLOTHING
III 52 T w H s
an m c- c3
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5e r 5
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o o O S s
A 02 CC Mi W2
The Pennsylvania Railroad has a wdt 'J
train' which makes the nwi from IitU -burgh
to New York, 444 miles, in fourteen'
hours, which is nearly thirty-two miles per
horn; but theie is a train on the Louisville ,
and Nashville aud Great Southern Rail
way which makes better time. On Friday
this train left the Short Line Junction at
10:."k) and made the nin to Bowling Green
in three hours and ten minutes, which is a
speed of thirty-five miles per hour, while
this traia makes more stops than the Penu
syUania traiudoes. Passengers who leftthe
Sliort Line Junction Friday reached Nash
ville iu six hours and thirty-five minutes.
Tlie track of the road is in splendid condi
tion. Appeal for Business Information.
The following is a specimen of a class of
letters received from time to time by trie.
Union and American:
u , Tenn., Oct- 5, 1S74. Messrs.
Editors of tbe Union and American
Y'ou will please inform me through your
paier immediately cf some firm or firms in
your citv that deal in rough leather. 1
have addressed and , buL
neither of these seem to be deaing in that
line I have a lot of roogh leather on
hand that I wish to dispose of soon. I am
yours, with respect, ' W. R. S.
Our subscriber doesm' seem accurately U
appreciate the legitimate duties of a public
journal, but he evidently thinks the busi
ness of the city ought to be made known.
He is right in thit latter jiarticular.
Tbe Painters' Art.
Among Mr. George Dury"s collection .f
portraits at the reposition, is an aumi
rable IlKPIiesS Ol JUtige luricr,
G overnor; also or.e f a little naugmer oi
Mi'. JohnS. Bransfr.1, taken aner oer,
h -eh is a faithful likeness cf one of the
pretriest and sweetest of chihlren. It is. so
iiatuial that the little girl seems alnawr.
ready to speak from the canvas. There is
also a pastel picture, which, on accouut of
its beauty ana accuracy, m w
tract attention. It is a portrait of a wvll
kiwwn Nashville lady. The art of pastel
painting ts been known several hundred
years, but it requires more care than, oil
painting and is not adapted to very large
pictures. It has sometimes been alan
done.1, but ihas always come in fashion
again, and is now very much in favor in tte
Prince fiorUchakotTs son isachipofthe.
old block? He is Russian fcuvoassauor to
Berlin, and knows as mucn ot missiaii
affairs as Bismarck Mmse.il, ana ceteiis nis
papa everything lie knows.
Tbo Conn-ressJonal Canvaan.
Hon. John F. lbmse and Hon. U. H. Hani
hare agreed opou the foUowlng lust ot appoint
Monday tight, iVt aark.vnie, Montgom
ery county. .
co.intv. ...... .
Wedne-rfar, Oct- 21. Knn. Houston county.
Friday, t -cl. B, Major's Store, iloutKomery
C!Saturday, Oct. 21. AaMand City, Cheatham
countv. .,. .,
Monday night, Oct. iS, UoodIJttville, David
son coanty.. ... . ,
Tuedy nijiht.Oct. 27, IWd A Anderson
We.liies.Ur night. Oct. 28, Chattanooga Depot.
" Tbumlay night, Oct.2, MeWbirtersville, Da-.
Friday, U-t. 3, Dickson a Station, Dickson
Saturday. Oct. 31, Cbarh'tte, lUcaaon county.
Great reduction iu D.y Goods at A.
Winter & Bro's, 13 Union street.
Jew Goods arriving daily at 30 per cenU
less than could be bought two weeks ago at
tlie lliiladelphia Store, 27 Public Square.
Perfection iu Fhotography. Parties
rviting the Exposition should not leave
tlie city before examining tlie '"Souvenir"
and elegant new style of rhotograpLs nude
at Gier5' GiUery, No. 45 Union street.
ocll lw '
Fmit of thi Loom, bleiched cotton, at
12 Jc, at A. Witter Bro's.
Bleached i0iivstic 5c, Sea Island Do
mestic, y ard wide, cw, Licking 10c, Canton
Flannel 91c, Table. Linens, Towels and
Napkins less than former cost at the Phila
delphia Store. 11
Good quality Cottou Flannel at 10c, at
A. Winter & Bro's.
ocll snn,tnes,wed. sat
Jeans 15c, Waterproof 75c, all-wool
Flanuels, scarlet and whito, 221c, Blanket,
the greatest bargains ever onereo, at tne
Philadelphia Store. It
Flannels and Blankets at very
figures. G. Rice & IO.
Cassinieres 11111 Beavers
figures. G. Rice & Co.
Good quality 4-4 Sea Island Cottou at
10c, at A. Winter & Bro's.
Black Alpacas, French Merinoes, Cash
meres and al! kinds of Dress Goods re
duced S3 per cent to make room for a new
invoice at the Philadelphia Store, Si Pub
lie Square. 11
We sell a fine Silk Pcpliu at lc, which
is worth $1. A. Winter & Bro's.
ocl I uu,tues,wed,sat
Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, Notions,
Embroideries, at greatly reduced prices at
the lliiladelphia Store. It
low figures. G
Genu' Underwear at very
Rice & Co. H
Wool Serges at Soe and very cheap.
Come and look at them at A. Winter &
Bro s. ucli sun,tucs,wed,sat
'ew invoices of Ladies', Misses' and
Children's Shoes just received from the
best factories, at Eastern prices,
A large stock of Hosiery at ery low
figures at G. Rice A Co's. It
We bav l trgo stock of goods which
must be sold at a sa?riSce. Come and pries
them. A. Winter & Bro.
ocll suu.tu.-s, wed, sat
W W W M B
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liVAjLiiiiiAjuii wuiiiuuuii tuiijjuuiijjuii aiiiiiiiii iimijniiiAJ
IMPORTED BMDIES, IHII, GI.Y, SCOTCH AM
fuul oaJUtK.X. LAJjE1RA..
Ourjiociio, Vnnifsette, Mrirascliiiio
W to?hCirJi;Lv??HS.KD MESSRS. EWUN-Q & CO. THEIR, EX TIKE STOCK OF WHISKIES WHICH, IX ADDITION
cbolcert branSf nhl ereto,or h,,'d. B1;1' y far the lart atock of In Liquor heWt in the , South. compriin ot 3.00o Barrel, of tha
Prompt attention giren to the xelectioo
WhlaroJlJ:2rKWehVeMlJKME-5'E?' CH.ETHAM & KIXXET nearW all of our .took of Kobortaosi and Llaeoln C'onatr
to n, i i . - gTt1 P"1"'" releronea to the wanu of thin, the" bet whisky trade of tbe wetioa. We recommend this hooas
to our old patroiu as s ttrm entirely reliable; one that wUl give tha f ulleat aatisfactioo In all boineH tTin.iftrnT . .
atp-1 6in4Uap t . EWIIfi CO.
Latest Novelties in Ueal Ornaments
and Fancy Goods, entirely new, at Jus. E.
Louiseau A Co's. ocli 2t
Latest styles Hair Goods just received at
Jos. E. Louiseau & Co's. ocll2t '
Hair dressed in tbe latest fashion by the
unequalled French artist, Mons. Auguste,
at Joj. E. Louiseau &. Co's. ocll 2t
Custom-31 ade Boots, Shoes and Con
gress Gaiters very cheap; Misses' Pebble
Goat $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00; Misses' pegged
$1.25 and $1.50; Ladies' Tebble Goat,
$1.75, $2X0, $2.25, $2.50 and $2.75; Chil
dren's $1.00, $1.25, $UJO and $L75, at Peo
ple a Shoe, Store, No. 102 Church street, op
posite St. Cloud Hc4el blok. oclltf
To 31 v Putrons and the public general
ly. In ordrr tbat no mi strike may Lemade,
1 beg leave to call attention to the fact that
all the I'earltypes, Ivory Miniatures, Imi-tati--o
Ivory Miniatures, aud finely colored
I"je&ographs in water colors, that bave
beeu made at my Gallery during the past
ten years, were painted by my Artist, Mr.
Chas. A. Paret, who is still in my employ.
In addition to Mr. Taret, I bave secure'
the services of Mr. J. JJetligay, a first-class
artist, formerly in the employ of Wm.
Kutrz, New York, and Mr. Not man, cf
Montreal, Canada. Their work speaks for
itself. C. C. Giers. ocll St
All kinds of Dry Goods can be bought
1 cheapes: at Hogan Bro's. ocll St
I 'Souvenirs." The demand for this
popular style ' of Photograph is daily in
creasing. Elegant in finish and to be ob
tained only at Giers Gallery, 46 Union au
ocll w " '
Hoots and Shoes-! be best of Boots,
Shoes and Gaiters, at lowest Cash pricks
at Ramage & Son'ss 4S College street. '
' Gents' superior custom made Fall and
Winter Boots and Congress Gaiters, at
P.amge's, 4$ College street. occl 3t
Francisco has a keen appreciation of
substantial compliments, and the incessant
demand for his Fall Styles for 1S74, is one
of the features of returning sunshine
which is a substantial compliment,
i We have the most varied assortment of
Toilet Extracts, Colognes, Hair Prepara
tions, Toilet Waters and Powders, Spouges,
Brushes of all kinds, Soaps, Cosmetics, etc,
embracing many knew, unique and desira
ble styles. Demovi'Ie & Co., opposite
The finest line of Cut Glass Toilet-ware
in the city can be fou nd at Demov ille & Co's.
Toilet Bottles to suit any taste al from one
ti fifteen dcT.lars a pair.
Finding tbat tlie ordin;iry Toilet Soaps
usually sold by Druggist and Grocers failed
to give satisfaction, Messrs. Demoville &
Co. have procured for tlwir trade, Soap
of French manufacture, which are far su
pirxor in quality, and as 'ow in price.
The especial attention of ITiysicians and
the public is called to our Dispensing De
partment. L'sirg the greatest care in
selecting our Drugs, Chemicals, etc., and
aiaving none but experienced anil skillful
assistants in our house, we are enabled to
produce preparations excelled by none.
Demoville & Co.
Great care in the use of Coal Oil is nec
essary to prevent accidents, and none but
high test oils should be used. Y'ou can
always get from Demoville & Co., ci-rner
Church and Cherry, a Fire rroof Oil that is
safe, as they keep nothing but neadlight
Oil" of 175 degrees fire test.
cclO sun, tues,wed,sat
John Eamage & Son, 48 College st.,
respectfully call the attention of citizens
aud strangers to their large and elegant
stock of Boots aud Shoes of every descrip
tion, which they offer at prices very low
for cash. oc9 3t
Parties in want of Gas Chandeliers, Hall
Lights, etc., would do well to call and ex
amine the new stock, of the very latest and
most , le tutiful designs, which has been
opened out this week by Henderson Bros.
& Co., 7? North Cherry street, and they
are being soU at prices to suit the times.
Trunks Valises, SatrrWIs Ladies' and
Gentlemen's fine Traveling Trunks, Va
lists aud Satchels, in great variety, aud at
very low prices, at Wm. Dnnstead's Trunk
Denot, 31 North College street- "
Ladies will find the clieapest lot of Mil
linery and Furnishing Goods in the city at
Mrs. Lizzie Knott's, 47 north sble Public
Square, up stairs. ocl 2w thur-.Xsun
Fall Style Hats at Jesse Ely s.
Broadway Style Silk nats at Jesse
Ely's. augSO satsun&tlitf
Xew Styles of hoy s' and children's Hats
at Jesse Ely's. augSO salsun&thtf
"Nobby" new style Hats for young
gents at Jesse Ely's. augtU) satsun&thtf
Grocers and Family Sirpply Dealery sell
Dooley's Yeast Powder. It is the best
Baking Powder. Full w eigU in J lb., i
lb., 1 lb., and 5 lb. cans.
Atkinson & Alsted, 27 Cherry street,
bave taken the agency for Julius King's
Combination Spectacles, and new sytem
for fitting the eyes. The best ever invented.
Come and see tliem. oc4 tf
i0 pieces Black Alpacas, silk finish, 20a
25c, at the National Store, 137 Church
street. McGloin & Currid. oc4 tf
Largest stock of Bugle Trimming and
ladies' Euching, cheaper than elsewhere, at
Richneimer's, 40 College street. oc4 tf
Beautiful strqied Shawl H.25, at the
National store137 Church street. - oc.4 tf
44 SOUTH JIAKKET STREET, JiASHTIUE, TENN,
WIIOAESALE DFAI.JB IX
l.lAJ,ACrA CT. A T? TTT A
and iihipment ot order.
RETAIL DRY GOODS.
Gr. ESIECSIES z.
Having made heavy purchases tlie past week at a large
Of a prominent New York Importing House, of .
French and English Dress Goods,
BLACK AM) COLORED SILKS AND VELVETS,
Beg leave to announce that they will offer these goods, tbe coming week, at Fifty per
cent, below cost f importation. We give below a partial
Price List of the je
Good quality Colored Alpacas at 25e. cheap at flue.
French Diagonals, in all the new abides, 3V; nana price (iOc.
All-wonl Empress Cloth 37'-c-, good value at T0c.
All-wool Sateens, cloth haues. at t!c, fonr.er price T3c.
All-wool Canhmercs. all the fashionable trades.
Handwrne Good at 7oc. real alue 11.25.
And aaaay other DOTelties, too nn mexooa to mention, far below their real ralne.
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS AT HALF TOEIB VALUE.
Bjaclc and White Striped Silks, very faorjenable, varraaWd all aiU, at lit, asvot bsftf sat at
lew than $L2T; Ter, beary ami rich, it It, cheap at S1.50.
Plackii Silks at $1, worth double the roney. .
ke Black Gros-Grain Silk al 1'), usual price 12.00.
HesTT Black Gros-Grain Silks, w arranted to wear, at Sl.7 a bargain at 2Jrt. ,
Rich Lyons Gros-Grain Silk a fi, former price S3.
The renowned "Bonnet" Silk, atin finished, at $-.30, cost to Import $L , '
Immense Barjrain.s in Colored Silks, from $1.00 upwanls; Black avad
Colored Silk Velvets fnlly CO per cent below their real -value.
Special Bargains in Mourning Goods.
A large stock of Blark ATpaca at half their ralne. . . ,
A 0n liao of pars f'c 'hair Lustres at half tbetr valoe.
Black Sateena ap l i ..zonals at half their vatne. : ' ' : '
Black Erapr-; .-. I ':;.nk Delaines at half their -value.
Black Tank .k Australian Crapes at half their ralue. '
Black Canta Cs-i ami Black Series at half their value. ... ...
Black Caskr Ares and Black Merinoes at ball thrir value.
Black Henrietta Cloth and Black Bonbazines at hair their value.
Black Biarjivz Cloth and Black Drab de Etes at half their ralne.
An. Inspection Ls RespectfaUy SolicitedFirt Call, First Bargains.
!R.IOJE Sc CO.,
oc4.f G COLLEGE STREET.'.
Every description of Dry Goods sold 20
per cent, cheaper at the National Store than
at any other store ia the city. oc4Xf
; New stock or fine- Watches, Chains, Jew
elry, and Silverware, cheaper than ever, at
Atkinson & Alsted's, 27 Cherry street.
The citizens of xashtille will
be supplied with this snpertor Coal at the
lowest market price during the winter. Haring
been thoroughly terted, It has giren general
satisfaction. It Is a hard coal, will not crumble
or slack, ia easily ignited, burns chef rfnlly but
tot too rapidly, leares no cinder and but few
allies. It la both cleanly and economical.
Order left with A. Stretch, at the comer of
Union and Cnerry streets, will receive prompt
attention. Tar J at the corner of .Summer and
?r2 3m Ithp
J. X. tVABD, Axent.
RETAIL DRY GOODS.
NEW -ORE GOODS
ON THE PUBLIC SQUARE.
Xew shades In colored Silks for evening wear,
w s&ades In Poplins, 20c.
Balemoes, in Are new shades, at 25c
French Cashmere, beautiful cloth shades, 60c
In Nary Blue, Plum Bronze, and all fashiona
ble colors, 30c.
All wool Empress Cloth, new colors, 33c.
AU wool SatUtens, 40c.
Colored Alpacas in cloth colors, 18o and 21.
In Black Gros Grain Silks, , worth I.2S.
Rich Gros Grain Silk, 81.25, cheap at el.73.
Lyons Black Gros Grain Silk, fl JO, cheap at Si
(Samples of the above sent freely.)
Striped Silks, SSc, worth St.23.
Beautiful Henrietta Cloth at 50c.
French Bombaalne 00c. French Merino SOc.
Black Cashmeres 6Dc. Canton Cloth tOc, wide
Best Brands Side Borders, 8, e.
Lonsdale Bleached Domestic, 12c.
Flint Loom Domestic, 10 c
2, yard wide Sheeting, ZTjC.
Danusk Tow Us 10c Hack Towls,5c.
Real Kid Gloves, 3"c, (erery pair warranted)
2,0CU yds llamburg Edging at 12 e, worth 3oe.
Ladies' Linen Collars, 5c. Culfe, .
Merino Hose, 10c. Fleeced Hose, without seam,
Bargains in Ladies' I'nderwear.
Roman Strite ShawU, ?!. to ..
Fine Ottoman Siiawls, i75, (new.)
OW 1 If E Mtl'ABE.
ot-t2l eo-lU t?'P
PAINTS, OILS, ETC.
EUad'j mimedor w. Any onea apply
it Beautiful and durable. Also Paini
m Artist and Wax Flovccr Material
of every lind; Window Glau, Oil, Var
ih, Bnuhee, Sa, Loon, Blind; you
urM get cheap, if you buy at 15 Norik
Cbtff ttreet, NathvUU, Tenn., CHAS
. augii ml4tijtfajju9
GEOR0S 8. KTSNiBT
. . . r
RETAIL DRY GOODS.
GREAT BARGAINS 1 1
New Print 7 cents.
Yard wide English Print 12 eenta.
Poplins, in new colors. 20 cents.
New Velvet Poplins 25 cents.
Csslimt-res, in new colors 35 cents.
Best Black Cashmeres, inches w Ule, 75c up.
Mourniug lress G,)ods in variety.
Best Black Silks at low prices.
Best Ulark Alpacas st M-. 35c. toe, 90c
Black Silk Alpacas One, 75c, 5c, 90c, $U
Ladies' Fleece-lined Hoee Vc, 20c, 25c, etc, vie.
Ladies' Merir.e Kil'bedHoeo IOc, loo, ATc, 26cts
Children's Striped Hose.
I.jxlii s' and Geuts' L'nderwear cheap.
New Kill Glov.s, New Corsets.
New Veils, Sow Belts.
New Kuohe. Niw Ties.
Beautiful New Saehes and Sibboas,
New Striped Shawls cheap.
New Felt Skirt very cheap.
New atrrproof 75c, Sl.i. Sl.JS.
New Cassimeres kOe, lie, Mc, f LW, tl.So.
Blankrts l 7J a pair up.
Best Wool Flannels.
Good SearlBt Flannel 20e up.
Heavy Cantos Flannel H, attbo
Great bargain In Table Linens and Napkins.
1( dozen larffe Damask Towels at 13, S0o r45c,eto
V) pieces pive Irish Linen at 25e to 75o.
Yeard wide Sea Is! an Domestic 6c, S e. So.
Bleached Domestic, yard wids, soft nnl.h. to
Lonsdale Green Ticket, yard wide, 12, e.
Fruit of the Loom 11,. e.
10-4 Sheeting 3'3c, at the
111 k US Church Street.
JOHN GILGAN & CO.
sep27bU feb2S,;3tharsB,toos 4th
STATE OF THE WEATCM
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Memphia. 29. DO
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New Orleans.. Xt.M
Omaha ......... 29. 96!
Pittsburg 29 5S!
St. Louis SKj
St. Paul ''J9.74I
Tieksbors ;29 H
Office Chief Siqsai. Officm,
Washington, Oct. 11, 10 a. k.
Probabilities. For Tennessee, a slight
change cf temperat ure, and cloudy weather.
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Us M Bmrt muUnf t P. AC Oct. 10, le34.
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New Orleans.. m.,
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Blank (..) indicates no report: cipher (0)
tionary; minas( ) tondsscy to fall; plus(f)
dencr to rise.
The river continues to recede at this
point, wttb 2 feet 1 inches on the sl.-uis
al 3 p. M. yesterday.
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