NASHVILLE, TENN., WATER DEPARTMENT. From the report for 1895 of the water department of Nashville, Tenn., George Reyer, superintendent, it is gathered that 4,689.126,648 gallons of water were pumped—daily average, 12,846,920; 1,925 meters, and 6,215 taps are in use. The source is the Cumberland river system ; pumping to reservoir (capacity, 50,000.000 gallons); Worthington and Holly pumping engines; daily capacity, 30,000,000 gallons. The meters are of the Hersey,Thomson, Worthington,Crown, and a few of other makes. The pressure from 20 to too pounds. Waterworks, owned by the city, cost to construct, $1,500,000.