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Triced Landing .
'AUCTION SALES OF
TOBA C C O !
Will commence at TRICK'S LAN DIN Q, Batir
day, October 7th, and continue flatly.
POINDEXTER k POLLARD.
. Aug 4-lf
.SEPT. 19, JB65.
JOB FBI JITI50.W are now prepared to ex
, ecute Printing, of mort V description, In the
best ityU of the art, having Just received a upply
of beautiful Job Type. Send in your order.
Wbatli doing about rebuilding the rp
Red river .bridge T (, The question la an Important
one, and ought to be promptly considered.
DA. Tbia ' week we add four column to the
CArwnW;, mnking it tlie old original lite.
ggft. Want of space forbids bur publishing the
Obituary of the 4Utle son of our friend, O, B.
Lewi. . , ' ' . -
Jiejj. Any' one having a good, comfortable dwell
ing for rent, or sale, can bear of a renter or pur
chaser by applying at this office. ,
, (0$. We will bare the Rules and Regulations
for Farm Hands, with a form of contract annexed,
printed in neat style, and for sale, in a few days.
lit will prove to be of great convenience to employ
8 It will be seen, by reference to our edito
rial bead, that Mr. Thomas has resumed the editor
ship of the political department. lie is, not exactly
in the' harness yet, but will be himself again in a
short time. - .' ,
tVSe the card of Rowland, Irvine Co,
manufacturer and wholesale dealer la Root and
3hoe, No. 103 Walnut street, between Peart and
Third street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Bob, Fisher ay
Sam. Stewart, of this bouee, i brick, and if,
when you call, you are not inclined to purchase
goods, Sam. will make yon feel perfectly at home,
as hi b As a good stock of fan on band, and will
drive the blue out you in spit of yourself. Give
them a call, and make their acquaintance, for they
are gentlemen, both la business and social point
of view, ' ,
Kay" Any of our Merchant desiring Quceniware,
Glas and China, will find large and varied stock
from which to make (election at the house of S.
Cassedey k Son, !6 Main St, Louisville, Ky.
This bouse was established In 1924, and U) yet In
successful operation, which I certainly a good re
commendation. Give them call, a we are con
fident they will deal honestly with you. .... ..
tj$" We had quite a Itorm last Tuesday night
the wind blew very bard, and the rain came down
In torrents. Prospect, at present writing, for more
i Our friend, W. O. Vanee, bids us say to tho
public that be ha sold out hi entire (lock
of Drugs, Medicine, Ac, to Dr. J. M. Pirtle 4 Qu
tlewlitt, and most heartily recommends them as
thorough gentlemen to hi former patrons, and
would esteem a continuance of their custom with
the new Arm as a personal favor. lie will remain
with them until they get accustomed to the stock .
See the card of tho new Firm in another part of
our pnper. . .
VST We Invite special attention to the Card of
Messrs. Pearce, Tolle k Holton, wholesale and re
tail dealers in Dry Goods, No, 7T South-west cor
ner Pearl k Vine str, Cincinnati. Thi firm I com
posed of nativ Kentuckians, and the best recom
mendation we can give I to itate that their
sale amounted to $400,000 last month. Busi
ness men of this city cay that they are reliable
business men dealing on the square with all who
furor them with orders. We advise our Merchants,
to give them a trial when they are in Cincinnati,
B3 Gen. R. W. Johnson, and staff Headquar
ters, Murfreesboro, was here on Wednesday. We
understand that his business " to ascertain
whether or not it would be proper to withdraw
the garrison from this plaee. We hare not heard
' We see abut step are being taken to clear
the city of Memphis of all contrabands not needed
for the legitimate labor of the town. That is
right the negro must be forced to see the necessi
ties of his new condition, or he will starve.
Monii 1 MexiY I Highest price paid for Gold
Silver, Tennessee, and Southern Bank note at the
Northern Rank of Tennessee.
B3U Some m of our subscribers complain tbat
we insert loo many advertisement, and give too
little reading matter. If our readers will reflect
a kiomcnt, and thiuk that we hare been thrown
out of employment four years, we think It but
right to do all we can to procure paying work so
a to enable u to make a start. If any object,
nftcr this explanation, let 'em rip. .
B9u Being disappointed in getting possession of
tho Collcgu building, my chool will open on Oct.
2d, instead of Sept. 18th. T. D. Wabui.aw.,
g7" John Rick's advertisement came In too late
for Insertion this wctk. It will appear In our
next In the meantime, if any of our reader
want a first rate pair of Boot or Shoes, Rick is the
mnu to put them up for you. He U an old citizen,
and well known as one of the best workmen in
ng)u D. Mattill has taken the old stand of J. N
Ncblctt, and opentd a flrst-clas Family Grocery,
where the public can find anything they need in
that line. Goods delivered, free of charge, any.
where in the citv.
tjT We notice, in the Louisville Journal, of
Inst Sunday, an article speaking of the arrest of
one Mr. C. W'esterfiold, charged with felony. Wc
Are glad to state that it was not our friend Charley
formerly of this city.
BQuWe invite the special attention of our read'
era to the card of Hewitt,' Norton k Co., of New
Orleans, wbo are engaged in the Commission bus!
nee. This old and reliable firm have branches of
their house R. Atkinson k Co- successor to
Hewitt k Co., New York, James Hewitt k Co.,
Liverpool; O. W.Thomas k Co, 46 West Main St.
Louisville, make cash advance on all ibipnvt '
to any of the above firm. The firm of Hewitt,
Norton k Co, need no newspaper notice to recom
mend them, a they are well known to business
LETTER LIST. '
lt Or nemalaln I'nrlalaned
In the Post Office at Clarksville, Stat of Tenn,on
15tb day of Kept, 1SG5,
UJ W T '
. Levet mis Martha
Allen Jackson v -Allen
Anderson Dairy (col'd)
Andrews mlfi L M
Andrews mis Belli
Atkin C K
Rnjrget Joeiah .
Bell Isaiah ' ;
Bennet mrs Mary C
Black Abrtra (coi'n.1 '
Bowling Jnne (col'd) .
Boyd mis Sarah R
Brandon mis Amanda
Brandon mta Jane
Cake A H "
Carney mr Margaret
Carter J B
Causey Win .
Chilton R S 3
Collin J W
Daris mis Elizabeth
Drain miss Ilella
Dunlop mis Nancy
Kdlen Wauey '
Fairfax mrs Harriet
Fairfax miss Margaret
Fletcher J II
Foster M A
Frederick mrs Mary A
Galtircath mrs Jemima
Gardiner T II '
Garrett Kane '
Gill Robert R ;
Gunn W U
'Harrison Nelly "
Harris mis Salli
ll.tyhes tnrs It 8
Hill Frank , .
Hungate Jus M
Jackson A '
Keatt Elizabeth A
Kerr M M
Kirk miss Charlotte
Latham mrs Svn
Leg get miss A
Lewis C II
Level mr June
Lyne mr Jan M
Magno mr Polly '
Mason R S
Mason John II
Mason miss Mary
McCauley SB .
McComb mini Suaan
McKeynolds mis Clara.
Moans M -t
Mile W r
Montgomery mis Dora
Monroe mrs Martha A
Moody DrB F
Moody A A "
Moody W A
Mylonn mrs M
Nulin miss Mary '
Norfleet B F
Osbnrn tnr M D
Pacaud misa Addio
Patterson John V
Patterson Julia (col'd)
Pearce O W
Phillips John 0
Pbilpott miss Bettie
Kelly nirs Jane P
Bitt B F
Rogin mis Nancy
Rudolph C J
Smith Wm '
Smith W T -c
Smith T II
.' Smith mrs Joshua.
' Strntton Franklin
Sugg Capt J H
' Swift Um Asst Topgl E
Tromdle mis Wbltie -Turner
Tatt mrs Mary A
Tyler Q M
Wallace David -
' Waller Frank K
Whitfield W O
Whittock mr Susan
William D B
William J M
. William Nathan (col'd)
Worley Jns .
Woodin 8 B
IN CHANCERY AT - CLARKSVILLE.
8tat of Tennessee.
At Rule held in the Clerk's offlce, Chancery Co'nrt,
at ClarksvlUe, Monday, Sept 4, 1885.
O. Tinsely, el al, oomplaiiiant, ts. Heir and dis
tributee of Salli Willis, deceased, defendant.
It appearing from affidavit filed In this cante that
the defendant, Judith. Bailey, Gillam Exell, Wm.
Ezell, Geo. W. Ezell, Thomas Kzell, Jame Kzell,
Aniell Ezell, Isaac Joiner and wife Elizalieth, Rob't
Gormly and wife Hester, are non-resident f
the Stat of Tennessee ) ft is lertfue. ordered that
they enter their apnenrauce herein before or within
the first three days of the next terra of said court, to
be held on the third Monday in October next, 1865,
and plead, answer ar demur to complainant' bill,
or tba tarn will hv taken for confessed a to hint
and et for hearing exparte, and tbat a copy of this
order be published for four successive week In tha
Ciaxksville CSronirl. -A copy attest;
v - i W. T. 8UACKE,LFORD, .
Clerk and Master.
O. G. Smith, Sol'r (brcompi't. sept 15-3t
GCV W. WINES, P. M-
IN CHANCERY AT CLARKSVILIK.
State of Tennessee.
At Rule held In the Clerk' Oflicc, Chancery Court,
at C1arkT!le, Monday, Sept tbe 4th, 18CS. . .
D. E. and B. Stewart, complainant, vs. Fellow
k Co, et !s, defendant. ..
It appearing from affidavit filed in this cause that
the delendanta, D. P. Logan, Thompson Greenfield,
Cornelius Fellows, John K. Smith and K. R. W.
Thomas, are pon-residenta of tb State of
Tennemeet it I therefor ordered that lhey
enter their appearance herein before or within the
first three days of the next term of (aid Court, to
be held on the third Monday in October next, 1HC5,
a id plead answer or demur to complainant's bill, or
the same will be taken VX- confessed a to them and
et for bearing exparte, and that copy of this
order be published for four successive week in tb
Clarksvill ChimicU. A, copy attest:
W. T. SHACKELFORD,
Clerk and Master.
, E. Bailey and T. W: King, Sol'r for eompl't.
Sept 15-41 - ' '
N CHANCERY AT CLARItSVILLE.
' - v State of Tennessee, i , '
At Rules beld in the Clerk' office. Chancery Court,
at Clarksville, Monday, Sept tbe 4th, 1865. .
Leon, Berry k Co, complainants, vs. Jame F.
Johnson, surviving partner of Moor k
Johnson, and J. K. Broaddus, re-
- eelver of Moor k - ' '
' . Johnson, defendant.
It appearing from affidavit died In this cause that
the defendant,. Jas. P. Johnson, surviving part
ner of Moore k Johnson, is non-resident
of the State of Tennessee; it is therefore ordered
that he enter his appearance herein before or
within the first three day of the next term of
(aid court, to be held on the third Monday in
October next, 1865, and plead answer or demur
to complainant' bill, or the km will be taken
for confessed as to blm and set for bearing ex
parte, and tbat a copy of this order be published
for four successive, week in tb Clarksville
Chronicle. A copy attest s - '
W. T. SHACKELFORD,
Clerk and Master. :
C. G. Smith, Sol'r for eompl't ept 1541
Dni'o Stork. The undersigned has engaged to
remain with Messrs. Finley k Stewart, and give hi
personal attention to tho business, a in old time.
He therefore would respectfully request hi old
friends and customer to continue their patronage
with tho new firm, where every effort will be made
to give satisfaction. Towhscxd A. Thomas.
TO ADVERTISERS. ,
Parties advertising by contract, for a given time,
will be confined to their legitimate business i any
thing outside of this will I charged for separately.
BQ, Advertisers, for a specified time, exceeding
t'irce mouths, will have the privilege of renewing
their advertisement quarterly: all extra changes
will be charged fur.
tST Funeral notices, Obituaries, or any matter
subserving private interest, will be charged for.
tfiy Notices, in local column, twenty cent per
line. Special Notices fifteen cent per line.
865 L. 11. Willis, at Crusman Johnson' old
stand, hits a fine assortment of family Groceries,
and Is selling them at reasonable rate. Tbe friend
of Sim Rogers will find him officiating in this bouse.
55 Andrew King, has just recoived per Express
a choice lot of Fall and Winter Clothing, bought
previous to the late advance in prices
Bftju We refer our reader to the advertisement
of Watts, Slaughter k Co. They have j ust received
it large and elegant stock of Fall and Winter Goods,
Notions, etc.. and respectfully solicit a share of
public patronage. Call and examine tbelr stock
S&" Mr. George Alwcll Is making some im
provement on the Bookstore corner, which will
materially change the looks of things in that end of
town. Ho will move bis bookstore into, the upper
tfory of the building which has been elegantly
fitted up for the purpose in a few day.
To the Voters of tbe City of Clarksville.
If We are authorized to announce Mr. A. J.
Rawls as a candidate for City Marshal. Election
to take plaee October 7lh.
BMu We are authorized to announce Mr. W. F.
FmuiKLL as a candidate for City Marshal. Election
to take tilace Octolier 7th.
We arc authorized to announce Mr. A. F.
Smith as a candidate for City Marsh -.1. Election
to take place Octolier 7th.
Bffk. Mchlhope k Co. have some splendid mutty
nil tin draft at their Grocery Store. They have
just received some old and very fine Otard Brandy,
just from the Custom House. It I pronounced a
ruperior article by judge who have tried it frr
(irKSMiTiiiKn. Mr. It. R. Burnley, an old and
experienced workman, has opened a ibop near th
Foundry, where ho i ready to repair Guns, Pistols,
etc., in good style and at short notice. Mr. B. is
in energetic, Industrious man, and we bop the
public will patronize him liberally.
' i, i
83J A golden wedding was celebrated in Chris
tian county, Ky.j lot month. The parties were
Major John Polndexter and wife, native of Louisa
county, V., and resident of Christian county for
thirty-five year. Their age are seventy-two nnd
ixiy-iiine, and they bare been man and wife for
IttwovATioN. The Christian Church 1 being
reuiinted and rejiencilled, which, when completed
will make it look like new building. The paint
1 mg is being done by Mr. Furkin. an excellent
workman, and be is making a neat job of it. Fix
ing up appears to be the order of the day. In a
few more years the ravage of war will not be per-
bYO,. We learn, from the Murfreesboro Monitor,
that the editor of thntiiaper was one of a bunting
party, a short tiuie since, that (tumbled upon a li
on,' den, and succeeded in killing the monster.
He was, of course, a fugitive from some menagerie.
nnd the indications, around his abode, were that
lie had fcushd txiu human flesh. How long be
had beeu a resident, must be matter of conjecture.
gt3y We presume it is not generally known that
tho Li'gislatuiu of this State appointed au agout,al
a salary of IiII.hii hundred dollars, and fire per
cent, conmii.-tciuii, w hose husinc it is to attend to
(ho i laiuis of ciliciii against the ( lover nimmt,
'J'hc t une vf the ajjeut ws do not nuicujbvr.
I'OINDKITKK & POLLARD
Have secured the services of T. D. Lroxarp, Esq.,
as Auctioneer for their Tobacco Sales, at Trice's
Landing. Mr. Lkonahd's reputation as a Tobacco
Auctioneer, is so well established as to need no
comment. The first Tobacco Sales, in Clarksville,
were conducted by him, nnd tbe Tobacco market
increased to its vast proportions under hi adminis
The Toliacco sales, at Trice's Lauding, will com
mence, potitivtlii, on Satpbuav, 7th October.
LF.T those who have doubted the virtues of
Bull s Cedron Bitters, if any such there be, read the
following certilicate from gcutlcmen well known
in this community, and doubt no more.
Its general introduction into the army will
save the lives of thousands of our soldiers.
1-oi'isvii.i.K, Kr June 3, 1803.
We, the undersigned, have seen the good effects
produced by the use of Dr. John Hull s Ifedron
Hitters In case of genoral debility and prostration
of the system, and believe Its general use would
prevent disease and relieve much siincnng. Among
our soldiers particularly would this be the case,
especially those who are exposed to miasmatic in
Ounce in the southern climate.
Maj. Phillip Speed, Col. Int. Revenue, 3d Dis
Clias. B. Cotton, Collector of the Port of Louis-
Col. II. Dent. Provost Marshal General or Ken
Julius Winter, Clothing Merchant, cor. Id aad
Market Streets. Louisville, Ky.
Rev. D. P. Henderson, Vie President of Sani
Harney, Hughs A Co, publisher Democrat.
Geo. P. Dovrn, Prop. Louisville Anzeiger.
Hugh Parkhill, wholesale Dry Good Dealers,
Main Street. Louisville.
Davis, Green k Co, wholesale shoe dealers, Maiu
street. Louisville. -
Jiarta Mapother, Mthograpbtn, oor. Market aad
Third Streets. Uniisville, Ky.
('apt. S. F. Hildreth, of steamer Maj. Anderson
Maj. L. T. Thurston, Paymaster 1 . S. Army.
U. M. Mctcalf, National Hotel, Louisville, Ky.
I 'ul. Jesses llayles, 4th Ky. Cavalry.
(Ii-orge D. Prentie, LouisvillvJournal
For sale by W. J. CASTS' ER,
W HO L .8 ALE
IVe offer to Buyers of Millinery Goods,
the LARGEST ASSORTMENT, tbe CHOICEST
SKLKCTIOX, and the HkST VALl'K of any
rlass or poods offered by any house In our
line, rtth r East or West.
Wi Milliners ran see ORIGINAL PARIS
KTYLKS of BONNETS for Fall Trade "not
JAMES D. SMITH & CO.,
SI PEARL STKETT,
Sept. 8, 65-3i t
September 8,': X865,
Public are respectlilly Invited lo com to
COULTER & HILLMAN'S
, ' WI1K! THEY WANT. 4
NEW Fall and Winter. GOODS!
At Greatly Reduced prices.
COULTER & IHIXMAN
Are now rcccmnfr and opening their stix of
NEW FALL AND WINTER (iOOpS, at Hroad,
dus's old stand. Their goods were bought before
the lost advance In prire. The atocfc comprises
every article or MiTchandise suitable to this market.
It reminds one of old times, lo ea Into COULTER
k HILLMAN'S now, nnd see the Immense piles of
Merinos, urcw Silks,. Do latins, roplins. Shawls,
Cloak , Mantle', Hibltotis, Melting, Laces, F.mbroid
ries, Handkerchiefs, Hoisery, Gloves, White Goods,
Hoop Skirts, Print, Flannels, Domestic all kinds.
Boot and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Clothing, Carpet
ing, 4c, on exhibition, and for sale cheap. f
COULTER & HILLMAN
Can confidently notify the Trade that there has
oeen no sucn a stock oruoods In Clarksville, since
the Fall of I860, a the one they now offer to the
Public. CUMK QXB AND ALL AND SEE.
Terms Cash on Delivery.
IT Kentucky money taken at par for goods.
Sept 8, 1865 tf . . .
N CHANCERY AT CLA11KSVILLE.
State of Tennessee.
At Rule held in the clerk' fflce, chancery court,
at Clarksville, Monday, Sept. the 4th, 185.
Elisabeth Waters, complainant, ts. Chas. A. W
ten, et als defendant.
It appearing front affidavit filed in this cans that
the defendant, C. A. Waters, Napry Water,
Sam'l Water, Charlvtte Waters, John If. Smith,
N.W.Smith, r. M.Mmitn, Anna Merriwether, A.
O. Merriwethor, Purdey and wife, Mary Ann
Purdy, Jo oph Waters, Caroline Waters and Rachel
Wateis, are non-ieddentt of tbe State of Ten
nessee; it is therefore ordered tbat tbey enter their
appearance herein before or within the first three
day of tbe next term of said court, to be beld on
the third Monday In October next, 186B, and
lend, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or
the same will be taken for confessed as to J hem
and set for hearing exjiarte, and that a copy of
this order be puulitoed lot four successive weeks in
tbe Clarksville Chronicle. A copy attest!
. W.T. SHACKELFORD. Clerk and Master.
C. Q. Smith, Sol'r for rompl t. sept 1 5-41
IN CHANCERY AT CLARKSVILLE.
State of Tennessee.
At Rule held in the Clerk Office, Chancery Court,
at ClHrksville, Monday, Sept. tbe 4th, 186!t.
Planter' Bank of Tennessee, complainant, vs. W.
T. Uortch and Uivens, Walt k Co,
et all defendants.
It aiienring from the affidavit filed in this cause
that tbe defendants, H. F. Oivens, W. C. Watts,
H, II. Bryan and David Watu, are non-resi
dents of the State of Tennessee; It is therefore
ordered that they enter their appearance herein be
fore or within the brat three days of tbe next term
of said Court, to be held on the third Monday in
October next, 1863, and plead, answer or demur
to complaints bill, or tbe same will be taken for
confessed as to them and set for bearing exparte,
and that a copy of this order be published tor tour
successive weuks in the Clarksville Vhroniclt. A
copy attest;. W. T. SHACKELFORD,
Clerk and Master.
J. G. Uorubcrgcr, Sol'r for eompl't, sept lS-4t
(Directly on the Louisville and Memphis Railroad,)
Bl'SSKLLYILLK, KY. 4
J. W. RrsT, A. M President and Professor of Men
tal, Moral and the Natural Science.
II. Giv, A, M, Professor of Pure and Mlxel
K, Dkicm, A. M, Professor of Languages.
E. Avsue, (graduate State Normal School) Prin
cipal of the Preparatory Department.
Theological instruction to young Ministers, by Elder
TV. TV . UAHDHKR.
The College ear is composed of two terms of
twenty weeks each, beginning th first Monday in
. Tuition per Term t Advance:
College proper and Preparatory Languages, $25;
rrepamiory r.ngnsn, fzo. Hoard, exclusive of
washing and light, $80. .
Number of Student admitted the oast rear, one
hundred and sixty-nine.
i or other information address the President,
J, W. RUST,
Aug. 35 4t Russellville. Ky.
THE CLABE8VILLK CLASSICAL AND MATH.
TnE Rev. Dr. Wardlaw, Principal, aided by
competent assistant, will commence on MON
DAY, Sept, 18th, in the College Buildinc. This is
expected te be a permanent, Institution. Tbe
course of instruction thorough tbe terms a usual
id Institution of the kind. '.
Sept , '65 tf r - T
IN CHANCERY AT CLARKSVILLE
State of Tennessee.
At Rules beld In the Clerk Office, Chancery Court,
at Clarksville, Monday, Sept. tbe 14th, 1805.
Cobb, Kennedy, and others, complainants, vs,
D. R. Thoma., Catherine Stacker, et als. defendant
It appearing from athdnvit hied In this cause
that tbe defendants, 11. II, 1 homos and Catharine
Slacker, are non-resident of the Slate of
Tennessee; it is therefore ordered tbat they en
ter their appearance herein before or within tbe
firet three day of the next term of said court,
to be bud on Ibe third Monday in October next,
IHB.V and plead, answer or demur to complain'
ant's bill, or the same will be taken for con
fessed a to them and set for hearing exparte,
and that a copy of this order be published for
four successive week in tbe Clarksville Ckroniele.
A copy attest; W. T. SHACKELFORD,
, . Clerk and Master.
J. E. IViiley, Sol'r for eompl't. topt 15-41
' FIFTY-FIVE TEAVS
OF STABLE SUCCESS.!
Cash Capital, $1,000,000.
JCXE FIRST, mK
FIRE INS, CO. .
. - ASSEV3.
Cash in hand od m Bank, $106,632 3f(
Loans on personal security............... 11,985 2Q
Ileal rotate, fifl.OOO 0Q
Rank Sloe ke,....M..,,4.. Market valuer C87.8G6 00
Rail Rund Stock.
Stat aad Cti Mni
Rail Ron4 tuTnds, .
United Suites Ruuda, '
Losses In process of 'settlement,.,
as ssoerp koivsivilv m th. vsixRai or
HRE INSURANCE ;
Id the extent and character of its resources In its
dally and annual income In tbe amount of Its
yearly business in the aggregate of it loss pay
mentsin its tried experience and high commercial
standing, ranks as tbe .
First American Institution,
FAIR RATES PROMPT PAYMENTS LIBE
RAL PRIS01PLK3, AND STRONG V
. . HILIOIRS,
AHK ITS' CREHRXTiAS TO WMIC
f -4 r
ter.Ai.fc ciARSEs or Fiss Buut. 4x-r-riB at
RlTM CRUnUATSD TO TBB HaEARD. f '
T. C. ALLIJI, Pmldpnt.
CEO. M. fOIT, Secretary.
D. N, KENNEDY, Agent,
CLARKSVILLE, TEXX. ,
Sept, I, ,65.-6t .' :
HEW 0Rl.SA.KSi '
(Sucrei-sors to Howltt Jt Co.,) XKY
, JAMES nKWlTT & CO., v
' ' ' LIVERPOOL. -
9. W. THOMAS l.
LOUJSV1LLE, KV. - ,
fnli dTanrra niadv oq k Shipment,,
to bove Brms by .
0. W. THOMAS & CO.,
KO. 46 WEST MAIN ST, IOVSYILLB, KT,'
. Sept. J, 'CUL-flnv .. 7
. D. I. TjAinwiii. J. F. CcMMixn, New York,
H. Hrioiiam, C. M. HolsT, Savannah, Oa.
D. H, BALDWIN & CO.
'.Cotton and Tobacco FacWi, '
, ; -
GEXF.RAL COMMISSION HER CJIA XT
No. 178, rear! Street, "
-Reltr to E. N. Kenned v, Kin, W. P. H'mN
Esq., S. B. Soat. " V ''.. V
s Coniiirnments resnectfiillv solicited, nnon whlnh
liberal advances will be ma le and to which nromut
attention will lie (riven. . .
Our iity A, J. iloW Hlrtsr, who b,as bail more tlwn'
fifteen years experience in the wholesale dry good
trad of tbe West and South, will take ptaisure In
executing all orders, addressed to us, for Dry
Good, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Ito kc .
Aug. Z3 ly , 1. II. BALDWIN CO,
; FALL AND WINTER -
Ro't Mnaui II. C. Ciatrnu
of Mqnell k Howies, N. X. Iuisrille, Kt.
; , B. T. PoiXASo, Clarkrllle, 'f enn. , .
MURRELL, CARTJTH & CO..
us mam st .
Aog. U-ly ;
Mammoth Shaving Saloon 1
WO doors north of the Post Office, I now being
I. carried on under the supervision of ED. U-
WniTK, successor to Reuben Elder. " He is pre
pared, with tbe assistance of a competent hand,
the use of clean towels and th best of perfumery,
to please all wbo will favor bim with their patron
age. Thankful for pout fiirors, and solicit a contin
uance of the same.. - .- ED. II. W U1TK.
Angus! 2S 4t '
DEIXG pressed by tbe creditors of B. Ploster k
Jj Co. for a final ccttement, as trustee. I take this
omde of notifying all persons indebted to the above
Arm to come forward within THIRTY DAYS from
this date and pay up whatever tbey may owe them
Unless this notice be heeded, I shall take such steps
as win compel a compliance witn this request.
U. A. KOTII,
Trustee for B. Plosser k Co.
Office at J. F. Mehlbotie'.
Clarksville, Sept, 1, 1865-3w
WK ARR NOW RKCEIVINO A LARGB AND
WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
Fiirnishing Goods, 7
Of the Latest Styles, for FaU and Winter Wear
Our Stock Embraces
VESTS, HRIRTS, '
. 10LLAR8. CRATATP.
. . DRAWERS. U1LT-II0SE.
1IA3DHERI HIEFH, "V
i v-; CAKPKT-SACK8,TKlJ?lt8,
And all other article usually kept in .
HRST-CLASS CLOTniNC STORE t
These Roods were purchased In the EASTERN
MARKETS FOR CASH, and w feci satisfied
tiutt we cuii ofifcr . V -
To those who may favor us with tboir patronage
Call and exumiue OUR STOCK, and eatifj
yourselves wltn regard to price. - i
Terms -STRICTLY CASH!
T. A B. E. McCl'LLOCn.
Sept. 1, '65 tf -
House and Lot For Sale.
I OFFER FOR SALE, PRIVATELY, MY
House and Ten Acre of Land attached, In New
Providence, about 1 1-4 mile from the Public
Square of Clarksville. The House I Two Story'
High, with FIVE UOOl) ROOMS with Torches,
4c, all newly papered and painted, all noccssary
out houses, good stables &c, and an abundance of
young fruit trees. Thorn U also a bUL'k'y bouse
and au ice houne on the premises. ,
I will sell tbe above property low for caub. '
J. W. EDWARDS,
New Providence, Tcna, Sept. 1, '6S 2ra
HfRS. MARY E. WILCOX will commence t
IIL instruction of a cIok in Vocal aud lustra
mt i.tal Music, at the residence of Mr. Chas. Faxon,
on MONDAY NEXT.
Clarksville, Tenp., Sept. 8, '05 tf
A Good Location for the Fratice
of Medicine, &c.
W'lSIllxa A CH A NCJE OK CLIMATE, MY
ALL pfMoin indcbU'd lo the estate of Lawson S.
Murphty, deueasrd, are requested to call and
make yuicnt by the Brst of Octolier. or their
account and note will be put out for collection.
All tho) to whom the estate n imteMed will present , h, .)ubiWid for four luccessiv week in the
their claims, properly authenticated, within the tlarksvill hromtlt. A copy attest :
W. T. SHACKELFORD,
Clerk and il aster,
T. v. King, Sol'r for eompl't.
IN CHANCERY AT CLARKSVILLE.
Btate of Tennessee.
At Rules beld in the Clerk's Office, Chancery Court,
at Clarksville, Monduy, Sept. the 14th, 1B65.
J. Duke Taylor, complainant, vs.Ja. Y. Johnsrn,
et alsn defendant.
It apiearing from affidavit filed in thia cause
(hut tiie defeudnnt, Jan. K. Johnson, i a non-resident
of the Slate of Teunrisee; it I therefore
ordered that be enter hi appearance herein be
fore or within the first three days of the next term
of said court, to be held on the third Monday in
October next, 1 8t!5, and plead, answer or demur to
complainant's bill, or tbe same will be taken for
confessed a lo bim and set for bearing exparte,
and tbat a copy of this order be published for four
successive weeks in tbe Clarksville CkrmirU. A
copjr tteet W. T. SHACKELFORD,
Clerk and Master,
J. R. Bailey, Sol'r for eompl't. . sept 15-41
INCHANCEIiy AT CLARKSVILLE.
State of Tennessee.
At Rule held I lis clerk' office, chancery court,
at Clarksville, Monday, Sept the 4tb, lo65.
Wm. Follow eron bill of B. Stewart complain
ants, vs. Fellow k Co., defendants.
It appearing from affidavit Died in this cause
that th defindants, C. Fellows, V. P. Logan, T.
tireeotlcld, John K. Kmith, E. K. W. Thomas and
Wm. Fellow, are non-residents of the State of Tennes
see : it I therefore ordered that they enter their
appearance herein befor or within the first throe
dsyt or the next term of said court, to be beld on
the third Mouday in October next (10."), au.
plead, answer, or demur to complainant' bill, or
the (sine w ill be taken for cenfessed as to them, and
et for bearing ex parte, and tbat a copy of this ord
. Y ALU ABLE
Christian County Farm For Sale 1
11 ILL BE SOLD OH THE PREMISES, TO
IT tbe highest bidder, on TUESDAY. 10th Of
October Next, Tbe improved nun belonging to
Jo'eiih Major, dec ed. Said farm contains 300 Acres.
375 acres of which are cleared; also a detached
piece of woodland of some 37 aero, one mile from
the main trai t. This tract of land I situated 14
mile from HopMnsviile, Christian county, in the
heart of the beat Tobacco region of Kentucky, and
it convenient to landing on the Cumlnrland river,
and to several good flouring mills. Tbe improv
mcnts are of the flrst-clasx, consisting of a large
TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLING, with negro
quarter, stables and toliacco barns. H a fine
spring of water convenient, two cistern, jco-honc
and an orchard of young and well (elected fruit trees.
Person wishing to purchase will Htid this one
of tbe most productive and desirable farms In the
State, and are invited to examine for themselves.
Terms made known on day of aaie. - .
J. N. CATLETT, Executor
of Joseph Mujors, deceased.
Christie county, Ky, Sept. 8, 'G5-it
time nrescribed by Uv or Uiey will b barred.
J. B. KILLKBKKW, Adin'r
Sept. 1, '65-3t With tbs will annexed.
HAVING, on the :8tb of August, 1865 suggested
the insolvency of tbe estate of J. R. WOOll,
deceased. In tbe County Court of Montgomery
county, Trnn. All persons having chums against
eaid (state ar beretiy noli lied l appear ana nie me
Midi with th Clerk of said Court,' authenticated
in the manuer prescrilied by law, on or before the
I Ith of December, 1885. This Jth of Sept, 18o5.
A. S. WOOD, Administrator
Sept. 8, 'e5-4t . of 4. B. Wood, deceased.
Insure With the -ETNA
Fully 17,004 claimant have already received pub.
- stantiai nenem from ine ATNA by
. . J.OSSES PAID THJM, .. .1 v
Tbe (Jptall of tbelr QaUoHng tesliuionial, far toq
; oHmj rar puDiica,non. , . v., ,
If proper estimate I made of the ruin and dee
tructioa occassioned by the burning of $17,500,000
of property jimeng people la every grade Mid past,
tion, In amoVnts large and small, under every eon
ceivable circumstance, it will give a correct ido f
the ETNA S good work, and th value of gec -..
underwriting, - . , vk."
(NEXT DOOR TO "NATIONAL HOTEL,")
; v CONFECTIONERIES, ,
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
CANDIKSof evcrv varietvi
M'TTS S. 8. Almonds, r ilherts, Uream rnts
I'ICLES In 1-4, 1-2, 3-4 (iallons;
PINE-APPLES Put up in gla and tin;
SARDINES lu 1-4 and 1-3 bote: .
SUPERIOR EXTRACTS -
Vanilla, Rose, tamon, (iinger, Strawberry, ete.)
. CRACKERS Butter, Sugar, Soda, and
Oingcr N14IU) Rasms, tigs, Date,
July 14 tf ' . . . . W. A. 8.
T. D. LEONAHD,
Real Estate Igcnt
1 Clarksville, Tenn., .
Trustee's Sale at Auction.
I WILL SELL TO THR H101IEST BIDDER,
I on SATURDAY, the 16tb of September,
AiM'tion, If not sold privately before that time, th
HOUSE AND LOT, the property of J W. Foster,
fronting on Commerce tret, and funning back lo
the next street. , Comfortable Brick riduc nnd
Out Houses, Ac. Also, at same time, two vacant
Iota, on First cross street, with 23 feet trout, run
ning back 88 feet each.
Terms tbie-IIalf Cash, balance in six aud
twelve months. 1
T. D. LEONARD, Auctioneer.
Aug. 18-tds Wm. M. DaxiKX, Trustee.
Farm, on which I now live. Is for sale. Said
Farm conlaius about TWO Ul'NDRKD AND
FORTY ACRES; 100 acre cleared and the bal
anee well timbered. It is situated immotliHlcly 011
the roiul lioui t'lurksville to Dover, eight miles ' lonsinj to Stewart College, wilt pleoHa inform the
A LL ix-TPoni havinir lo their inIoo
l Chair. Forms, lilacklioardi. Books, 4c- be
Liberal Keward Offered.
LEFT George A. Bokerville', Snipper county,
Tsnn., on the 4th day ol hut July, ii Iiishu
i,r,rther. WM. HASKRUVILLE. wbeu hs letl b
ept li-lt I WM ca(j j ,,, pnniR, gray coat, and hoiue-niail
straw runt. HI sir H uou ou yeare kuimre i
JNUAlAyJ!.. feet; i pf (lender ligur; bead hall; and indulge
T WILL iustructaclas of ten boy at my moth- a hUt of siuoi-klng tin mouiu tn a lingular man
fnim the Cornier place. On tho farm Is good
Frame Dwelling, and all neees-sary out homes, tc.
For lenu, iilv to tilt undersigned on the premise.
S-Pl'l. H, '"j-if T. J. MIAW, M. 1).
iindrrtiuned. a lio has been iilhori.ed y tb
TiiHlcet to collei't and re-pUee the smiii in th
l.nildiiv. T. DELACEV WARDI.AW.
N'j.t , I ij'i j w!l
er s rmhleiire, In this county, bruiuuiou MON
DAY, SEPT. Ilih.-
Tkhm Hoard (incel uditig washing) and T'li
tion per session. JO weeks, 0 In advance. Stu
dents reuir-d to lui ni.li ijUu ami lowfls,
If ILL ATTEND TO THE BCYIXO AXD
IT fellingof REAL ESTATE, and purchase and
sale of all descriptions of property, lis wilt at
tend to the hiring of bouse servant and Una hands
Person wishing lo employ lalwrer will bo able to
procure them by communicating with him. He
will be ready atall times to attend to any business
in tbe dcjirtment mentioned, either here or else
where. Having vera iwrniy year engagca
in the bimlnrss una enjoying an extensive acquaint
ance through the country, he feel coetident of his
ability to advanue tbu Interest of all wbo may cull
for hi lervicei.
P. M. He will make it to the interest of those
wishing lituations, in the city or country, to call on
mm. Brwinnc at th CuMuitlu" uluce.
August 1H, lGV-tf
Police Issued by
Aug. 25 4t
C, II, JONES, Agent, .
WOULD tespectfuily stabs to tbe citizen of
Clarksville and Vicinity tbat I bav secured the
Agency for eelliug tb following Machinery!
Steam Engiues, wltn latest lranroTeneat
Tbe Improved American Tnrblut VttUr
: Wheel .. '
lane k Bodlcy'i Circular Caw VIII j - ' '
French Mill Itarrs, Boltlnf Cloth, Bejtlnf
011 Well Machinery. " r. . 1 ' ' ; f -
Hands will b furnUbed to ronair Mill) and Dt
Ofllce at T. atoOulloch' Clothing Star.
ClHrk8vit1e, Aug. 4, '65-ly
ChurchelVs Gallery! -
. And bar on of those
Charming Pearl Pictures Taken I
They are quite the rage now, and tbe very latest
thing in Photography, Mr. Cburchell ha reduced
tne price or utrui a Vutl, and all other atyl of
Picture. VST At McCormack ' OJd Gallery, Pub,
lie Square, over the Port Office. ,'..;.' . ''.. t; ;
CUrksvilie, Ang. 11, 18653m . .
T. B. Prnett v. Robert Edmondson, , '
Attachment beor m Juitkt of tie Vorf.
XT appearing to the Justice before whom proce
baa lieen returned, that Hubert Kdniondoa kt
justly Indebted to T, B. Prwelt, by three notee,
amounting in all to. Three JlunUrea aud torty Vul
Inrs, and that said Defendant I a non-resident of
tbeStato of Tennessee; therefore,' It is ordered tba
publication be mode in the Clarksville "Chroniclo,"
for four consecutive weeks, commanding the laid
Edmondxun to appear and defend laid attachment,
on tii 1 4th day of October, 1865, otlwirnris tbe
caiwo will be proceeded ex Prl4.
Sept. 1, B. It" ItUM. MI1.LH, J. t
person indebted to tb estate of SAMUEL
V EOMO.X IrtitlN, deceased, are reqnrstrd to cmie
forward and muWa payuwnt, and all those having
claims i;int laid estalo era uolilitd to piewint thu
same, properly autbentBs'pd, V.ith"n tb 1 1 in pre.
striU-d by law, or they will be forever barred.
. ' Wit. KlOMSON,
SpL 8, '05-34 Executor,
radncqh and Nashville Packet
Tt J O J4 r r.
Ftt Quackv, Masior,..,.W. U, Cuasa, Clerk,
(T? wWILL run regularly betwpen Xubviiif
irT-KX andPadncah. ' -For
Iruight or passage, apply on board or tq
, . f . A. UYRXK, Agent)
Aug. 4, 'cs-Sm
. - ' PKALSR IM -' '-
QROOEIUJES and FLOUR,
At CvtuMnaa Johnson's Old Stand, Franklin BL,
" i. CLAEKSVII4LE, TENN.' . '
' tjr Will keep eunstautly PO ball ruR Sed.
aassorted stock of
OroceriQB of all kinds, atoweat
, Casli Priees!
Alan, tbe lies! Iintnd of Robertson county Wlibkey,
H. Ii. (,iools racvivud on Storage and sold oq
commission. ,) . July lf ,
rp II K ro-parinnblp heretofore ri'mlingidiir ths
1 firm or MEUl.HOl'E HODtiSoN, ha tins
.biy htva duMilrcd ninluul content. Mr. Iltxtg
Mn rrllrin?, ' The siyle uf 111 Qnq will hereafter
LAND FOR SALE! '
T W 0 TBA C T S J " .
ONE or Hi Russellville Piko, adotning (he V'
tJruuuds, and tbs other o tbe Port loyal C.
eatb three or four miles from ClaiksrilUt. "About
320 Acre? In each Tract;
liiiprQVonir.nl good. A portion of tiuh well set In,
Cfovnr and Timothy. For furthur (HulU ulurs
,,iv to ! ' THUS. CUlKiSr.
Clarksville, Tenn, Aug. 11, 1808. 6m
LL ih won bideblrd to tb el,l of Ik-njuni) 1
IX K, OrK'n, Ueteasra, artfreque.ua HI " "4
yt. t', le-Jv V '
C. W TYLLR.
J L. iH....u.ILta illti HlUliI ahit a)l MkvM
A..vi rsou deliveriiiH IN Mid Win. Uk-r- n rellrlng, The s'yle of Ui Urn, will l.rreallcr war . ...u .
: He to John Parker, Esq, of (inllalin. Tenn., or dc b. J. F. Jl Kill HOPE CO, . 1,0 will continue n. 1 ,J
Wining him -id eov.j Ing lu.b,maU.m tK-f lq!at the old liH4P4 raukl.M rert.- . fr , t r'.l T ,V
fcept. it, (,'. if ,u..rdi.u of Wm. Ua-k.r.iilc. Clark. tiler, Ttun, Aug. :3d, 183. Jirpt. I. 4t l I, 136J-3 UUt.
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