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3. S. NKBLETT, . r..,
3. A. GRANT, Loeal ,!"or'-
.OCTOBER. 20, 1865.
Tableaux I A magnificent exhibition of Tab
leau! wiU be presented to our citizens, at Fowler'!
Hall, next Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. It
il gotten up by. the ladies and .gentlemen of this
city, for the benefit of the Methodist Church and
Parsonage. (. .'We, hope to, eee the, Hall crowded to
its utmost capacity on that occasion. ' "' "
... i ,
Divine SkrVic. Elder Jis. ' E. Mtlm -will
preach at the Christian Church, to-morrow (Satur
day) night, also Sunday morning and night.
gjv niivh Bro. are adding new invoices every
week to tlieir already large stock of Dry Goods,
, , , t
Ifir To-day is the appointed time for the execu
tion of Champ Ferguson. ..'..
tST 3. B. Rhodes k Co. will please accept our
tlinuks for a sack of excellent Flour.
The railroad bridge, on Madison street)
again needs repairing and if it is not done soon,
somebody may be hurt. Our humane city officials
will please take notice.
Killed. We learn that on last Sunday, a diffi
culty occured In the edge of Cheatham county,
between Mr. 11. W. Turner, and a Mr. Byan. The
latter was shot and Instantly killed, by the former.
We have not learned the particulars.
We acknowledge our Indebtedness to Mrs.
P. II. Porter, of this vicinity, for a mugniBcent
boquet magnificent in dimensions as well as
richness and beauty. It presents all the tints of
the rainbow, blended together with taste and effect
May she long enjoy the feast of flowers which she
Las prepared for herself and friends I '
BA. The' people of Boston have formed a league,
the object of which is to reduce the price of but
ter each family binds itself to buy no more than
one pound a week. The same trick would pay
here the price of the article being the same as in
Boston. And if the league, here, embraced some
other articles we could name, no harm would come
of It. '
Bft, Strange as it may seem, wt saw C. O. Fax
on's prospectus, of the Jtfferionian, for the first
time, on yesterday, during the eclipse. ' He ' need
rot be ashamed to Bhow it, because it is appropri
ate and manly; but Inasmuch as he did not think
proper to present as a copy, we have concluded not
to notice iLtuid to ask the poople to take no further
notice of it than just to sign their names to it.
Fbesb Meat. Lay k McManus have fitted up
the room in the rear of J. N. Noblett's old stand,
wh.'re they iutend keeping Beef, Mutton and Pork
for sale, every day, and purpose furnishing their
patrons with "the beat .the market affords," cut up
to suit the wants and purses of all classes. A house
of this kind is a great convenience, and we hope to
see our friends, Jack and Tom, liberally sustained.
JiWe understand that many of the contra
bands about New Providence, are seeking homes
in the country. We hope its true. There are
many more, here and there, than there is any em
ployment for, and if they do not Mud homes before
the winter sets in, they must suffer severely.
Er All owing tuxes to the (Jovernmcut on in
comes, carriages, watches, pianos, melodcons, silver
plate or licenses, for 'C3 and Ct, ore reminded that
the tame are now due and must be paid immediate
ly, or they will incur additional cost. C. fl.
Jones, the Collector, has an office immediately un
der the "Chronicle" office. . It ,
Ha-We return our united thanks to Messrs.
Pirtle & Hewlett, Druggists, for a liberal sample of
their very supeiior cigars. If all the articles in
their store are equally good, their patrons may buy
with the full assurance that they will get a quid
pro quo. '.
VQ We hear much of reviving activity, but
the Cumberland has not caught the contagion, and
ecms to be making no effort to rise, permanently,
above the pressure of the drought. It is too lazy
to bear the burden of the smallest craft.
If there is any Northern fanatic who be
lieves ihut the people here do not recognize niger
(quality, let l.iin visit our Market House, and the
delusion will be corrected. There he will find the
colors most Intimately blended, nnd the races in
Filch close contact that it is difficult to tell from
which the- " peculiar odor " arises.
Klekman k Co., Clothing Merchants, two doors
east of National Hotel, are opening a very large
and varied stock of Clothing. See their adver
tisement in the paper, and large Posters about the
city then give them a call and examine their
tKS" See lis of appoiutinenU made by the Tenn
essee Conferencc.on the outside of this paper.
The namo of the minister for this Station, is Rob't
!. Hunter, and not Albert, as printed in the
B, Captain E. N. Morrill, lata Commissary of
'Subsistence, at this Post, having brought his labors
to a rinse, hits returned to his homo. Ills busmen:
brought him in contact with all classes in our com
munity, all of whom apeak of him as a high-toned
5Du Billy Puindeztcr hits sold his stock Of gro
ceries, etc., to Crusnmn k Chesnut, who will ton
litiue business at same stand, near the market
house. Prior to the war, Mr. Crusnmn was en
gaged in the grocery business, and by upright,
manly dealing, made hosts of tiioiils and patrons.
Hit is the sutne clever gentleman, as of yore, nnd
iiis friends will extoud to him that patronage lie so
Mr. S. P. Chesnut is well known in this commu
nity, ad a man of sterling worth, and hails front the
rinlit section of country to briug a large trade to
their house. We predict that this 6nn will com
mand a large nnd lucrative business. Hue their
card iu to-day's jmier.
VSX.O. BtxmuKit k Co., are receiving and
tijieuing a lino sunk of Clothing and Furnishing
'ilk kIs, at their stand, on the vast sideofthe simr,
(pHjsite the post-tiftice. Call Snd examine their
stock, where you will find our clever friend, Geo.
W. I '.ice, acting ns euk'auiitii, ready and willing to
put you up a complete outfit for a little money.
Bftl. We are sorry to learn that Mr. J. O. Bhiin
inuudsto leave our city. Ilehos Uen engage.
here in tiaihing n fi hool for young men, and met !
with a liUml patiunago. Co where he iiiay, his i
talent and gt iiilemunly deiNirtment will win for him
in any and tti udfii.-t hieiid.-i. We coinmend him to
any loinnuinity in whirh he nt.ty loiute, mid wi.-il
I. .in mil' L ut' e -.
, ij'pjcesed be the man tliat.. indented Lager
Beef xdrimed we, as we smacked Our lip over
a glass of that glorious beverage at our friend
SthlicVl saloon. W , know that it is the -"simon
pure," teunie it made us feci ni frps sndental as
the most mystic of the German philosophers.
We congratulate the lovers of this superb drink
upon the estaelistimenl or a rent uigvt lieer
Silicon in our city, such as Mr. Sehlich has opened
nt that famous old resort of poverty row, known si
Ike "Old Ilitkorx.", ... .....
tST" Chancery Court has been in session during
the week there were over 400 cases on the docket
The rhrnix Inntrtmrt Company is reliable it
mnks ."l No, 1", in the list, and is worthy of confi
dence. Its rhtel are moderate,! ast its Policies,
wortli what '.hey cost. Fire risks solicited by "
M. 0. PlTMAM, Ag't.
Dnro STon. The undersigned has engaged to
remain with Messrs. Finley k Stewart, and give his
personal attention to the bns'meM, a in old times.
Ho therefore would respectfully request his old
friends and customers to continue their patronage
with the new firm, where every effort will be made
(Ogive satisfaction. Towkrkxd A. Thomas.
On the 13th inst., in this county, of fever, after
a protracted illness, Acnes Ass, wife of Dr. W. I.
Holmes, in the 41st year of her age.
On the 11th hint., William Baker, infant son of
3. W. and M. C. Furkin, of this city.
On the 18th inst., at 2 oclock, at the residence of
his son-in-law, Sam'l B. Seat, in the fCth year of
bis age, Mr. James Anderson, formerly of Nicbolos
ville, Ky., since for fanny years a resident of David
son county. He came to Clarksville last February,,
to reside with his Only daughter. '
Nashville papers please copy.
' On the 15th inst., Mrs. Maroaret Ballextine,
of this city aged 81 years.
V LETTER LIST, , ' ,
Tettera llemainlnsr I ncKtHued
in the Post Office at Clarksville, State of Tenn., on
20th day of October, 1805.
Abernatha miss II
Allen Geo C
Allensworth miss Cattle
Andctson James ,
Banks nirs I.
Mason mrs Sue
Mason mrs Lucy '. 1
Mathews B W
May Geo P
McKinney mrs Mary E
Miller & Kennedy Messrs
Moody A W
Moore A J
Morse mrs Mary C , ,
Mowfield Martin' "
Ncol mrs Ann R
Non ton mrs Anna
Otea mrs Jane
Ozark J ; "
Pardue L J
Barker mrs P ;
Barnes miss Isabella
Bassford mrs Ann V.
Beaumont mrs Eliza . ..
Boyd mrs Phillis
Brady miss Nellie ,
Bradley John P
Bret to miss Ellen
Bryant mrs Nancy
Parker C G
"7"" 1 .
BucUhcr rates Mrtria Pegram miss JennSe
Campbell miss II Price mrs Caroline
Corneal mrs K -
Price mrs S E
. Ramey miss Rebecea
Riley inrs Catherine
Riley mrs Sallie
Roberts miss Millie
Russell miss Lydia
Ryan John S. . J".'.
Sai gent Win
Saterfield Patsy 2
Scn'.f John C
Searcy W . ..
S harp Joseph
3 fempson Lackey
3 Sinims mrs Judith
Skinuer mrs Polly
Smith II II
Smith mrs Eliza
' Smith aii:S June ..
.. Stewart mrs Ann E
Stiggor miss Pafcjyi ,
fug mrs Louisa . L
Talinian U 1'
'I niuly miss Barbara
Thomas mrs Lucy
Carter mrs Emily
Carter inrs Mary A
Cay mrs Nancy
Cherry M V . . k v
Chiles A G
Chiles R A
Clardy miss L
Coleman mrs U
Cooley I.t J W
Comfort A J ,
Cox miss Eliza
Crump miss Mary
Davi- Bui k
Davis J I;
Delpli W II
Doniildfon P W
littins miss l-.litn '
Gains uirs I.aur i
(Jains nir.-" Clnriis.k
Garret inrs C
Gibson miss S (col.dl
I liompson l.t James A
Gilluiau miss Mary Jane Thuraton mis3 Klvira
Triirg mrs F
Gupton Dr. A J i
Guptou mrs Harriet
Tri'adaway mrs Nancy ,
Tynes mrs Jane W
Wntkins miss E
Ware mrs Martha 1
Williams Richard ,
' WalkeS '-"
Woodward mirs Fannie
Whether Sofia Mary
! West Lee II
Weathers miss Jennie A
Whiltaker mrs Mary
' Wilson Charity
Wilson ni'S Arcana
West mrs Caroline
Wai field H C '
. Williams mrs J S
Whitelock J R
Worler miss .Mary t
Wilson miss Kittie
Whiltaker miss Mary
Whitfield mrs Louie
Weakly T J
Yates J C
Hnmilton Auine 2
Hannah mrs Maria 2
Harris mrs Patience
Harrison J B
Hatcher mrs Jane ; ' t '
Holder James .
Hollins P '
Hill miss Amanda 2
Hiitchcison T G
Ingram J G
Johnson Joseph .
Johnson Gustavus '
Johnson mrs Mary
Jones Joseph H
Kuovt luu mrs Fannie
Level mrs Mary
Lowe & Son Messrs W
Lvles mrs Mary K
Hallo y mrs Susan
Mallory Capt B V
Messrs Pnrdis k Son, Cheap Hill, moj Reed,
Cuintierhinil Iron Workd, Juseph Peaehitr, I'almyra,
Ephruim Weeks, Tobacco Port.
,GI Y W. WINES, P. M.
LET those who have doubted the virtues of
Bull's Cedion Bitters, if any such them be, read the
following certificate from gentlemen well known
in this community, and doubt no more.
Its general introduction into the army will
gave the lives of thousands of our soldiers.
LoumviLLX, Ky, June 3, 1803.
We, thoMudersigned, have seen the good effects
produced by the use ot Vr. John liulls t citron
Bitters iu cases of general debility and prostration
of (he system, and believe its geiitVal use would
prevent disease, and relieve much sutlenng. Among
our soldiers particularly would this be the case,
especially those who are exposed to miasmatic in
U unco in the southern climate.
Maj. Phillip Speed, Col. Iut. Revenue, 3d Dis
('ha?. B. Cotton, Collector of the Port of Louis
Col. H. Dent. Provost Marshal General of Ken-
Julius Winter, Clothing Merchant, cor. 3d and
Morket Streets. Louisville, Ky.
Kcv. D. P. Henderson, Vice President of Sani
Harney, Hughs & Co., publishers Democrat.
Geo. i Doerii, Prop, louisville Auzeiger.
Ilii(jhs& Piukhill, w holesale Dry Goods Dealers,
M:iin Stnvt, Louisville.
D.ivis, Green k Co., wholesale shoe dealers, Maiu
Haiti Mar other, Lithographers, cor. Market and
Third Street Louisville, Ky.
('apt. S. I''. Kill id li. ot steamer Mnj. Anderson.
Maj. L. T. Thurstoi:, Pu muster I'. S. Army.
C. M. Mctculi; Nutiuiiiil Hotel, LouisvUlo, Ky.
Col. Jessce Buy !e 4, 4 tit Ky. Cavalry.
George 1). Prentice, Louisvi'lo Jouiniil.
l or sale by W. J.CASTNEU.
R. II. TRASER,
(Sr a Boson to FKASKK A CO.,)
0TT0N A TOBACtO FACTOR i GENERAL
NKW Dltl.l'IANS, LOUISIANA.
tjT nefttitrU) tho above Curd, I solicit your
Miipiiieiiu and niij safely promise LAROKIL NET
I'l.t K.'KllliS ihiiii tny Norlhcru market
IKt. 1 1. ' "j-'tin oj
1 .Have Just Received, at
.7 ; A'New Stock of v ; t y i.
Dry Goods, Boots,
' Shoes; &c.
SUITABLE FOR THE
Among which may. be (bund a n
LADIES' DRESS GOODS !
ME11TN03,X i'H'l.'O. I'...
' MUSLINS DE LAINS, -0
!. POULINS,". A ! ,
...... ,DE BAOES,
' "' . AND LUSTRES ; ;
ILVLMORAL AND HOOP SKIRTS
u BLACK FRENCn CLOTHS,
BLACK AND FANCY
TOWELS AMD JEANS, ' - - . 1
WHITE AND COLORED
FLANNELS Assorted ;
,:r; $ ;' ;plaid linseys Dau ;
COTTONS : ' '
BLEACHED nnA BllOwV'
DOMESTICS, ' ' ! '
I HIS II LINENS,
.j 'WHITE GOODS,-. .
t C-. . v . i a rUOISERY A MOTIONS
Also a good lot of
Boots " cihcl : Shoes,
HATS, &C...&C, .
Being anxious to get back my OLD CUSTO
MERS, and regain the Trade formorly belonging to
Clarksville, I am offering my Goods at
"Small Profits" for Cash,-
And Cash Exclusively,
Believing it to be as much to the interest of
BUYER AS SELLER;
Give Me a Tall Before You
Clarksville, Oct. B,"CS.-tf ' ' ' ' - '-
A CARD. 1 '
I am now living with Mr. Whitaker, and will be
pleased to see my old friends and customers, and
will sell them any goods they may want.
.V ,j . J. E. BROADUUS.
ftfii ciirreht Money !
FRECH & CO.; .
Will Pay the Highest Price for
UEORGli, . . - i f'.i
, !.'- SOUTH CAROLINA
Oct. 6, '3-4t .
Slate' of Tennessee Montgomery County.
HAVING suggested the insolvency of the estate
of William Rosson,' deceased, before W. E.
Newell, clerk of the county court for said county
all pi isons having claims against said estate are
therefore hereby notified to appear nnd file: the
same, authenticated as the law directs, on or before
the 10th of January, 18G6, or they will be forever
burred. J. If. KLMUri, ;
Sept25-4w Adm'r of Wm. Hosson, dee d.
Thirty Days after. Date !
LL persons iudebted to the firms of
: , SIMS i'TlR LEY.
TIK.NLEK I VOX,
LEWIS & 0LASS,
Are hereby notified that they. have retired from
business in this city, and that their unsettled claims
arc in the bands of the. undersigned for collection.
All claims thai remain unsettled nt the expiration
of thirty days from this date will be placed in the
hands of au officer to be collected by law.
A. Ft SMITH.
Sept. 2, 1805-41
mi) ANY ONE WISHING TO ENGAGE IN
the Mercantile Business, being desirous of re-
moveing from this city, I will sell my entire ttock of
DRY GOODS, '
BOOTS, SUO EX.
A OT OAS, JO, &C.
At ndvantageous figures.
The stouk U well selected and bought at low
figures. Any one purchasing the same, will have
the advantage of getting the best stand in the city,
at the rates of rent paid by me.
Clarksville, Tenn, Sept. 29, 18C5 tf.
Homes for the Million.
T WANT TO SELL TWELVE COMFORTABLE
1 PRIVATE RESIDENCES in this city and New
I'ridence C'UHAV. Also, 100,(H0 Acres of Land,
from FIFTY CENTS per acre up to any price thut
a aiau may wish. Apply to
' ' T. II. J. LIM A llll, 1
, Real Estate Agent and Auctioner.
Sept. 29, 'C5-tf
The Splendid 'Katttavllle and fialnt Lonls
II. G. McComas,
k LEAVES Clarksville for Nash,
siiitrti' vine, sunimy, aioociocK, r. .n
mST!3&izrcJ Leaves Clarksville lor St. touis, ai
4 o'clock, P. M., Tuesday.
For freight or passage apply to
Sept. 22, '65.-tf , T. A. BYRNE, Agent.
(1. B. BLAKKMOUR,
t. L. WOOI.DRinHK.
M. H. Ht. AKKMORB,
A. W. BUAKBMOIIH.
iBLAKEMORE, W00LDRIDQE & CO.
General Commission Merchants,
, No. 131 Grntler Street,
Real Estate Agents,
froduco and Commercial
i ;. f t i "n
Clarksville, - - - - Tenn.
WE offer our service to the public in the pur
chase and sale of Real Estate, Stock, and all
daceriptions of Country Produce.
Also, of Agricultural Implements, and Machinery
of all kinds, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, etc.
I From our long experience in the agricultural and
carriage trade, we think we can make it to your
interest to givo us a cull. -
We have secured the services of Mr. B. Withers
Office at Withers' Furniture Room, in Brockman
k Porter's iron' front building. Sept. IS, 1806-tf
Dwelling House For Sale.,
A COMFORTABLE DWELLING, WITH KO.
1. Garden and well improved, at the corner
of Commerce and Market street, now occupied by
Dr. Billingsly. Apply to
-,r , BROCKMAN k POUTER.
, Sept. 22, '65-tf .....
FOR SALE J
I SECOND HAND SHINGLE SAWINO MA
1 CHINE. Apply to
Sept. 22, 'C5-tf BROCKMAN k PORTER.
T. D, LEONARD
Ileal Estate Igcnt
( AND ; . '
WILL ATTEND TO THE BUYING AND
selling of REAL ESTATE, and purchase and
sale of all descriptions of property. He will at
tend to the hiring of house servants and farm hands.
Persons wishing to employ laborers Will be able to
procure them by communicating with him. He
will be ready at all' times to attend to tfny mnipess
in the departments mentioned, eitlier here or else
where. Having iieen twenty years engaged
in the business and enjoying an extensive acquaint
ance through the country, he feels confident of his
ability to advance the interests of all who may call
lor bis services.
P. S. He will make it to the interest of those
wishing situations, in the city or country, to call on
him. gi,Of!ice at the "Chronicle" office.
August 18, 18GS-tf
Every Body Take Sotlcf, and Govern Tour
selves Accordingly,, i , ,
i i i .
rrUIE undersigned has opened a shop to REPAIR
1 FIRE-ARMS, at D. M. Woods' old stand, on
Commerce street,' above the Foundry, where he is
prepared to REPAIR Guns, Pistols, House Locks,
at short notice, and at rates to suit the times.
Scyt. 15, 'C5-3m II. K. BTKJLEY. '
Liberal Reward Offered.
TjfcFT Qeorg A'. Boikervillc's, Sumner 'coimty,
i-I Tcn4 oit the 4tk dnv of lost July,, bis i(r.ne
brother, WM. BASKEllVlLLE. when 1ie,!Icft fic
was clad in blue pants, gray coat, and home-made
straw hat." Hi age is pbout 5U. years; stature sjx
fjeet; isof slender.. figuijc; hcad.bal); and iadulgt
a habit of smacking his mouth in a singular man
ner. Any person delivering the Bnid Wm. Baskcr
ville, to John. Parker, Esq, of Gallatin, Tenn., or de
taining bin ;and conveying information therepf o
the Undesigned: Will be liberally rewarded. '
J. J. HIBBETT,
Sept. 8, 'CE-tf Guardian of Wm. Baskerville.
House and Lot For Sale, i
OFFER FOR SALE, PRIVATELY, MY
House and Ten Acres of Land attached, in New
Providence, abbot 1 1-4 miles from the Public
Square of Clarksville. The House Is Two Story's
High, with FIVE GOOD ROOMS with. Porches,
ic, all niuvly . parsed and. painted, all necessary
out bouses, good stable jrc und sit abmdance of
young fruit, trees.' iTltcra is also a iipggy house
and an ice house oo the premises.
' I will sell the above property low for oash. .
:. . J. W. EDWARDS. '
New Trovidenco, Tenn., Sept. I, 'C5 2ra
A Good Location for the Pratice
of Medicine,' &c.
U'ISIIING A CHANGE OF CLIMATE, MY
' V Farm, on which 1 now live, is for sale. Said
Farm contains about TWO HUNDRED AND
FORTY ACRES; 100 acres cleared and the bal
ance well timbered. H is situated immediately on
the road from Clarksville to Dover, eight miles
from the former place. On the farm is a good
Frame Dwelling, and all necessary out houses, 4c.
For terms apply to the undersigned on the premises.
T. J. SHAW, M. D '
Sept. 8, '65-tf T. 1). LEONARD, Agent.
. TRUSTEE'S SALE.
BY' VIRTUE' OF A DEED OF TRUST, MADE
to me by Thomas Boardman, in favor of W.
II. Dranc, to secure certain debts due to said Draue,
and empowering me to sell, after thirty dny's ad
vertisement in r.ny Clarksville paper, I will, on the
21TII DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT,
sell, on the premises, to the. highest bidder, for
Cash, the property on Main stteet, on which Mrs.
Margaret Roardniau, deceased, lived, and which
is now occupied by Wm. Wines.
O. A. HENRY, TruSee.
Clarksville, Sept. 22, '05. 4t " '
STATE OF TENNESSEE.""', '
I County Court Montgomery County. .
E. W. Thomson, et als., complainants, vs. Jere
miah Bellamy, Jos. Reid, et als.,
IT appearing from rftidavit filed in this cause
thai Jas. Reid is a non-resident of the Slate of
Tennessee; it is therefore ordered that he enter
his appearance herein before or within the first
jhree days of tha November term ot this Court, to
be held on the first Monday in November nuit, 1863,
a id plead answer or demur to complainant's bill, or
the same will be taken for confessed as to him and
set for hearing ei parte, and that a copy of this
order be published tor tour successive weeks in the
Clark?ville CUrtnicU. 'Test: ,
, W. E. NEWELL, Clerk.
Oct. 6, "65-t
Administrator's Notice. ..
AV1XQ ADMINISTERED on the estato of Isaac
McUinnus, dee'd, all persons indebted to said
state are notified to make payment to me, and
those having claims against the decease 1, will pre
sent them in tho time prescribe by luw, or they
will be forever barred. I will sell the iiersoual ef
fects of the deceased, at the Market House, on Ibe
tin day of November 1805. 11. E. SHROAT.
October u, 18G5 tw.
A I.I. those having claims against the estato of
ii J. 13. Stone, dee'd, are hereby notified to file the
same with the clork of the County Court of Stew
art county, Tenneasee, on or before the 20th day
of January 180(1, in order that the same may be
liquidated and discharged, iu accordance with the
acts of the Legislature relative to insolvent estates.
This the 20lb day of September 1
W. J. STONE, Adra'r.
FURKIN & TARrLEY,
House anil Sign Painters,
BMk. Simp on Franklin street, in rear nt Dorrtj'
Till Slup. Orders promptly attended to. rf
September:; 8 1865.
V A' 1. 1 f , v vf i t
fJJHE Public are respectfully invited to came to
COULTER & HILLMAirS
WHEN THEY WANT
Fall and : vialcri!C00DS!
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
. . 1 . r - .
COULTER & HILLMAN
Ar how receiving and opening their stock of
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS, at Broad.
dus's old stand. Their goods were bought before
the last adranre In tiriiii. The atnrk rnnmriuM
every article o.Mrehnudisc suitable to pds market
. It reminds one of old times to go into COULTER
k 11ILLMAN S now,, and see the immense piles of
Merinos, Dress Silks,' Do Lains, Poplins, 'Shawl J;
Cloaks, Mantles, Ribbons, Belting, Laces, Embroid
ries, Handkerebtefsy Nolsery, Gloves, White Goods,
Hoop Skirts, Prints, 'Flannels, Domestics all kinds,
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Clothing, Carpet
ings, sec, on exhibition, and for sale cheap.
; COULTER & HILLMAN-
Can confidently notify the? Trade thai' there has
been no such a Stock of Goods in Clarksville, since
the Fall of 1860, as the on tlwy ,now offer to the
Public. COME ONE AND- ALLAND 8KE.
Terms Cash on Delivery,
BT Kentn.-ky money taken at par for goods.
I MPOE T AN f
fTHE UNDEliSlNGKD, WOULD . MOST RK--L
spectiully announce to the citiiens of Clarks
ville and Surrounding country, that he has
Just - Returned from the East
with a large stock of the best '"' ' ' -!
French Clf ; Skins,
' j'mi i 'And all Other
Materials of the Very Best Kind,
For the manufacture Of Good ' , j'
BOOTS AND-SHOES !
I m prcrmred,' witli the very BEST OF WORK
MEN, to givft entire satisfaction.. I- guarantee
FITS of the1 Latest; Styles!
To all Customer leaving their measures with me.
I have on hand also a large stock of
Fall and "Winter Boots & Shoes.
Of all kinds, made of the very best materials all
of which I warrant to giv full Mtirfnction.
I hare also it fjne.asortment of
Ladles Shoes, made expressly for Winter
' ' .- I .itW'car.
; ,iA i".'And wairautcc) to give satisfaction, fjjjj
tt2yI am prepared to do MENDING with neat
ness and dispatch."1' - u , , . i
I feel grateful to .my old customers and friends
for the liberal pntroiiago extended ..to: mf, during
many past years, and hope to merrit a continuance
of the same. : ..! ';t.i,1' ' : , h ,
West Side r ubHe. 8qua .?, t k . ' 7
Sept 22,'C5-3m ' 1
Losses 'Paid in Tennessee Over
Get the Genuine Article!
STRAIGHT FORWARD DEALINGS IX EVERY
department of its extended business, from the
receipt of a premium to the payment of a loss, has
rendered the name of
P HGEN IX' '
As familiar as any household word ; and from far
hast sunrise to the gulden shores of the Pacific
slope, its eminent usefulness as an Insurance Corpo
ration has boen thoroughly tried and satisfactorily
tested. It is now better than ever prepared for
service and duty ia the line of. its profession, with
increased facilities for the transaction of business.
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No. 24 West Fourlh-St. Cincinnati.
.; U. M. MAG ILL. Ccneral Agent.
POLICIES ISSUED TROMPLY, BV
jut r UTTIHT a "M
RESIDENT AGENT, t'LAUKSVILLE, TENN
Sept. 22, '65-3m ' " '
D. II. Baldwin, J. V. Ci uminob, New York.
11. BitiuiiAM, O. M. IIoi.st, Savannah, tia.
D. H. BALDWIN & CO.,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 18, Pearl Street, (
BQ?" Refer to E. N. Kennedy, Ej(, V. P. Hume,
Esq., S. U.Seat. .; I . . . .
Coiisiirnments restieclfully ec'.U'l'ed, uiion which
liberal advattccs will bo male Mid to which prompt
attention will be grvVn.
Our Mr. A. J. McWhirter, who has bad more than
fifteen years eiperienco in the wholesale dry goods
trade of the West and South, will take pleasure in
executing all orders, addiexsed to us, fur Dry
Uoods, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Ac, 4c.
Aug. ?5 ly D. II. BALDWIN k CO.
K. K. WALK III. THUS. M KM1UIIT. 1. V. JOUKHoM.
R. K. WALKER & CO., J
Cottou and Tobacco
Factors and General Comission
So. IS fnronih'h t SI reel, SEW ORLEANS,
Sept. 2'J, '05-3m
I'uUueah and .Nashville Parktt,
A. Ij I O Xtl .
Fas Guackv, Muster W. B. Cnotw, Clerk
WIT.f. run rpfrtilurlv Itetwien N'H.livill
jTli. and raduealt.
Jr ur Height or passage, apply on board or to
V. A. ltVHNK, Agent.
Aug. 4, "en-am
Utir BLANKS! ULANKS ! W kep constatulv
ou bind, ana tor tale, uiatiy all kin u 01 isom.
LfowtCA brows, .r.
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(AT JOSHUA BROWN'S OLD STAND,)
I5".",; dealer! iif
HARDWARE arid CUTLERY
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' - . Franklin Street, ......
f URRSVIUE, : M 1 1 TENNESSEE.
i 5 .
WB HAVK Jl'ST RECEIVED AND ARE
now opening or of the largest and best snor
ted Stocks of IIAIIDU'AKU ever brought to
this city consisting in part of "
Carpc'uter'V Tools i 1 ' ' '
.' I :: .,.' ' . : ,.,1 ; ,; i
Cooper's Tools; , ;
Wagon Maker's Tools 5
Dlacksmith's Tools J
Gunsmith's Tools - . ' 1
Butcher's Tools ;
LOCKS t.. 1)
' - HATCHETS
MIM, Cross-cut ana II and SAWS)
Platform, Counter and Tea Scales ;
.t TRACE CHAINS,
, . LOG. CHAINS,
- y ' -J IIALTiiUCDlINS,
Horse and Mule Shoes, Hamcs, Collars,
. Shovels, Spades, Picks,
' ' noes, Rakes, and '
.O ; J V., J I U.
of all kinds ; in short
Usually kept by Hardware Dealers all
of which we will sell at
"Pxices to Suit the Times !ia
As wo buy' exclusively for CASH, ind from
First Class Manufacturers, we feel assured we can
suit all in price and quality,
Jnly H-f " ' B. D. k CO.
B: 0. KEESEE,
HARD WAR E,
Queenswarc, Gioccrics, Etc.
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B. O. KEESEE,
WOULD MOST RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
CITIZF.XS OF OLAKSVILLK, AND
THE SURROUNDING COUNTRY,
THAT HE HAS Ol'ENED
IN THIS CITY, AT
THE OLD STAND OF TURNLET k FOX, ON
A Large and Well Selected As
'' Among which are the following articles,.
A fine assortraont of Hsnlwara, cm-
brucinc every thins usually kept in that
Hue. ntnoiiir which ia a fine lot of
Pocket and Table Cutlery, Curpenterg'
Tools, Plow Points, Axon, Smoothing
Irons, Harness, Trace Chains, and many
other articles too numerous to bo con
tained in a nowppapcr advertisement.
Also a fine lot of Glasswuro aud Queens
ware, . e Q)'
A large lot of Buckets, Tubs, Cotton and
Wool Cards, (Irindstoncs, Nuils, Cop-
eprat, Soda. Vinegar;
Crushed, Powdered and Granulated Sugars;
Also, Brown Sugars of every grade aud
the best quality ;
Cofioc, lliee, Tea of all kiuds, etc., etc. ; '
And everything ele almost that a persnn wants.
I have on hand and will constantly keep a good
supply of the dilfereiit grades ot i'LOl'H, which t
will deliver, free of charge, to. any part of the city.
tSaf The -public w ill p'oaxe give me a rail, before
purchasing clsowheru, an I i will convince Vlirm
that my goods atu at LUW Kit l'Ull'Kij than auy
uouse in me city.
1 I lian secured tho services of W. J. Ely, a
J salesman, who will be pleased to see his old friend
1st any time
is. o. Kf.r.ir.r..
July U, left--lt
DR. JOHN BULL'S
The latest and most Important dlcotery
TVTO man's naoie
is mora intimately connect!
11 with the history of Materia Medic of tha
united Males, or more favorably known as a
neer in medical discovery, than that of
DR. J0I1N BULL, .
of Louisville, Kyi
His inimitable, preparation of SARSAPARIL
LA, has long stood at the head of tha various
compounds of that valuable- drug.
His COMPOUND OF WILD CHERRY ha be.
come a household word throughout tlie West and
South. . , ., . - ,. . . .
His WORM LOZENGES, in less than a year after
their introduction, attained a reputation aa wide
spread as tho contiueot of America.
But tho crowning glory of bis lift remains la
bo attained in his discovery, or rather combina
tion, for he does not claim to be the discoverer of
which is the basis of the Bitters now offered to
the public. That honor belongs to thnatlr ia.
habitants of Central Aaicrico, to whom its virtues
have been known for more than two hundred
years. . Armed with it, the Indian bids defiance to
the most deadly malaria, and handles without feat"
the most venomous serpents. It Is a belief with
thera that while there is breath left in tho body the
Cedron is potent to cure, no matter what the dis
ease may be. ...
While Dr. Bull is not prepared to endorse this
extravagant pretension, lie is nevertheless satisfied
from a thorough examination of the evidenets rela
ting to iu virtues, that as u remedy and preventive
from all diseases arising from exposure, either to
changes of weatber and climate, or 'to tha mkv
matic influence, it stands . t' !. t, . !
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" WITHOUT A RIVAL,
and justly dsserves the reputation it has so long en.
joyed in Central Atnericaand the West Indies. . .
1. 1 '
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And its attendant train of symptoms, it acts mora
like a charm than a medicine. There is nothing In
the range of Materia Mcdica, that ean for a moment
bear a comparison with it In this disease. ' i
A full account of tin's wonderful plant may be
fouud in the 1 1th edition Of the U. S. Dispeusate
ry, on pages 1387 and 1388.
series of experiments In which Dr. ' Bull bus
licen for years engaged, has jnst been brought to a
succccssful termination, and be Is now enable to of
fer to the public a combination of Cedron with
other approved tonics, the whole preserved in the
best quality of copper-distilled Bourbon whisky, '
which he is confident has uo equal in the world.
He might 'furnish a volume of certificates, but
the public bare long since learned to estimate
such things at their true, value. Tba safest plan is
for every ouo to test for himself the virrata of a.
new medicine. , .
((-.' GIVE TUB , . ...
CE D H ON lilTT E U S
One trial and you will never use any others.
Ills not necessary to publish a long list or dis
eases in which the Cedron Bitters are aspeeific. !
.' . r r ,
m ' In all diseases of the
Stomach, Bowels, Liver or Kid
... In all affect ious of the ' "
Brain, depending upon derangraent of the
Stomach an owels, .
tOlT, BUEIMATISM aud XElBALUIi,
FEVElt AND AGUE,
It Is destined to supercedo all others. It'aot only
cures these diseases but prevents them.
A wine gloss full of the Hitters taken an hnur
before each meal, will otviute the effects of tha
most unhealthy climate, and screen the person ta
king it against diseases under the moat trying
DST Sold by DrugjUtt and Cruet) t gentrally.
tT Dr. JOHN UUI.L'3 Principle Offlcs,
WIIOI.KSALK AND RETAIL BY
FINLEY & JiTEWAllT, '
Who also sella
BULL'S WORM DESTROY Ell,
BVITIl'S T0MC BYPtlt.
Aug. 4. IS6J-1,