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CLARKSYILfiE, .DECEMBER. 8, 1865.
Positive Notice. All persons indebted to the
firm of Nbslstt k Oiuht, before the war, are res
; pectfully, but positively, notified that unless thej
coma forward in a sbort,timB and make settlement,
they will find their accounts in the hands of an
TO AdveHlHPM. All advertisements to be
inserted in the Chronicle for less time than six
months, must be paid for when handed in. '
Job Work must be paid for when delivered. .
iqThcse rules will be strictly adhered to.
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Job Pbiwiko. We hare an excellent Job Prin
ter, and are prepared to do most any kind of
Printing with neatness and dispatch.
Th Riveu. We hare had rain during three or
four days this week, and we confidently looMor a
rise in tbe river, at least, enough for the smaller
class of boats. -We long to 'see the River up and
teamen arriving and departing, as in days of yore.
Tbakksuivikq. Last Thursday was the day ap
. pointed by the President and also the Governor of
tbis State, as a day of Thanksgiving and prayer.
Business bouses were closed, and it was pretty gen
erally observed by all of our citizens.
- Fonjr.. Wc noticed, on Wednesday last, a email
lot of pork, delivered for family use, at 12 cents,
per pound. It is pretty generally believed that
tbe rating rates will not be over 10 cents, and prob
Bills or Natioxal Banks. Beware of the bills
of the following insolvent Nastional Banks:
' First National Bank of New York.
National Bank of Attica, New York.
National Bank of New Bedford, Maine.
National Bank of Hallowell, Maine.
Wabiiioise. It will be seen from a card, in to
days paper, that McCltiro & Courts have opened
..their Tobacco Warehouse near the Depot All
busiaess entrusted to tlicra will receive prompt
Mooas's IIoTKL. This Hotel, including the fur
niture, was rented out last Montfcy, by Mr. W, T.
Shackelford, clerk, for the year 18C8, to Mr. Robt.i
S. Russell, of Greenville, Ky., for the sum of four
teen hundred and fifty-five dollars. Mr. Russell is
highly spoken of by those who know him.
1 1. The Macon (Ga.,) Daily Telegraph has been
old by Messrs. Clayland k Dumble, to Messrs. Boy
kin k Reid. The Telegraph has occupied a high
position heretofore, and we do not doubt that it
will maintain that position under its new admin
istration. Te tender it our continued good wish-
See card of lit S. Board, Tobacco Commis
sion Merchant, Main street, between 8th and 0th,
Louisville, Ky. The references appended to his
card are sufficient recommendation to parties with
whom he may deal.
At tho meeting of the Clarksville k Hop
kinsville Turnpike C(pany, on last Monday, Dr.
N. I. Thomas,, was elected President, Mr. D. N.
Kennedy, Treasurer and Mr. Walter Drane, Sec
retary. The road needs repairs, nnd this is the
preliminary step to the same.
ftt. Calvin II. Courts lias purchased the inter
.t of Mr. Mayhew in the firm of Freeh k Co, and
in future the style of the firm will bo Freeh k
Oturts. The now firm will keep an xcelleut as
sortment of Agricultural Implements, Groceries, ko.
Mr. Courts is an energetic, buiincss gentleman, an i
jprill bring maay customers to this house.
fca?"Tho Adams Express Co. have re-established
xheir office at this place. Mr. II. P. Poor is Agent.
The office is at the Depot, for the present, where
goods will be delivered to consignees. Parties
desiring their goods delivered at their houses can
call on John ilynes. Mr. J. K. Bard ig Route
Agent for this company.
Sold Out. Our friend R. H. Williams, has. sold
liia entire stock of dry-goods, to Messrs. Coulter k
Uillmau. They are uow bu ily engaged in moving
their stock to the spleudid Store-room formerly oc
cupied by Mr. Williams. Not coutcut with two
large stocks or goods already on hand, Billy Moore
is in the Eastern cities purchasing the third, ar.d
ben it arrives, they will then have in their house,
ne of (Ac largetl stocks of dry goods ever brought
to tbis city. They are energetic, polite, and liberal-hearted
geutlemeu, and will be pleased to see
you at their newouse.
Rkmovku. T. k 11. E. McCulloch havo moved
tbeir Clothing establishment, to the Store room, at
the head of the Square, immediately under our
office. The Store-room has recently been entirely
renovated, paiuted, papered and refitted generally,
and is now one of the best and nicest rooms in the
eity. They keep constantly on hand a largo and
elegant assortment of men nnd boys clothing, of
very description. Call and see them at their new
Bgk,We take pleasure in announcing that Mr.
W. II. Armstrong has purchased of Mr. Churchill,
McCormac't old Photographic Gallery, where he
will carry on the business in the most improved
and approved Style. Mr. Armstrong is a stranger
among us, and, by way of introduction, we copy
trie following complimentary notice from the Leb
Ma. V. H. AnysYRosa. We are suro the whole
community will, with us, be sorry to learn that
this gentleman has determined to take up his sh
ture aUnle iu Clarksville, But, while. e lose a
good citizen, we congratulate the people of Clarks
ville upon the auction to their midst of a -true
and trutty' gentlemau who will tie an oruauieut to
society. We understand Mr. AUaMroug intends to
open a Photographic Gallery iu Clarksville. He
has the good wilies of all (tie people of Lebanon.
At meeting or the Directory of the Clarks
ville and Hopkinsville Turnpike Company, the fol
lowing reaolulious were offered and unauimously
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XfolttJ, That we deeply deplore the death of'
eurlate Went, Dr. .11. Drone, the lu.of
whose valuable services will long be remembered,
as well as lus gentleman y bearing towards his as-
oeiatesj aud we regret hit loss as a valuable tit-(
Uen, tilling a large sjuu'e in the public mind.
Jteoli-i-.i Thai we aiuccruly sympathies wil his
bereaved family in their irreparable loss, ana mat
a copy of tluiie reflations be traiisiaillvd to them,
as a pnxir or o ir sympathy .
hioffi, That these proceedings be published
in the Clarksville Chronfle.
N. L. THOMAS, I're's.
M P. Psvis, Secy.
CmsTMAS FKTir al. It gives os pleasure to an
nounce that the ladies of the Episcopal Church of
this city, in order to relieve the embarrassment of
debt which hangs, over tbeir chunk, have deter
mined to give a festival, at the court house, during
the Christmas Holiday's, which will even surpass
their last entertainment Tbe court house has been
thoroughly repaired and if now In excellent condi
tion. Mark well young men, save your spare
change for this praiseworthy object, for more beau
ty will be congregated within those old legal walls
than has been witnessed in our city for years past.
We will give a more definite notice in our next
BQt. The Small-pox is still raging to aon-.e ex
tent amongst tbe negroes. We do not think the
disease is increasing very little, if any. But it be
hooves every citizen to use the utmost caution to
prevent the spreading of tbe disease. Let every
one be vsecinnated.
LETTER LIST.LETTERS REMAINING UN
claimod in the Post Office at Clarksville, Tenn.,
on the 8th day of December, 1865.
lKn To obtain any of these letters, the appli
cant must call for "Advertued J.etteri," give the
date of this list, and pay two cents for advertising.
' BS9u " not calletl Tor within u.a mu.hu,
tbcv will be sent tn the Dead Letter Office.
"Free delivery of letter i by carriers, at the resi
dences of owners, in cities and large towns, may
be secured br observing the following rutee :
Madole B f
Mnjormrs Kittie -col'd
Merri weather W D
McDufi H E
McNeil Sisily col'd
Minn Richard .
Mitchell Johnathan II
Moody John II
Moody mrs M . . .
Moore James T
Morrison miss Annie A
Morrison miss Mollis T
Martin W S .
Nicholson W J
Parker Wm T
Patterson J B
Phillips W J
! Prudube Letty col'd
. Polly Jerome B
Revel miss Bettie
Richards A C
Roberts mrs Sarah
Robins mrs Tennie A
! Scarber Wm
Sims mrs Catherine
Small Samuel B
Steele He jura E
2 Sueg Peter
Sugg Peter col'd
Atkins J S
Bell miss Abb
Itauley mrs Clarsey
Belcher mm Helen
Blair mrs Sarah E
Rowers K C
Buck G W '
Burnley II II
Campbell mrs M J
Campbell mrs Mary
Childress miss Lizze B
Clark mrs Gabrilla
Cross H C
Dardcu J T
Darden J R
D vis J B
Dver Jos H
Duff Rich d A
Elliot miss Lou
Ellis mrs Samima
Elliot Jas A
Feutherson F M
Felts Jos C
Fort miss Lucy
Portion miss R A
Fasson airs Sindy
Foulks Lt E A
Gibwn mrs Sirildia
Taylor in D
Grimes mrs Eliza col d Thinson mrs Catherine
II n dil ox Jim col d
Tucker miss Adlencr
Hart J J
Harris B F
Hill miss Manda
IHlton mrs Rebecca J
Holt E G M
Holt Elizabeth A
Hushes Henrv C
.lult J E
Johnston W F
Johnson James h
Turner James B
Tyler Z M
Upton miss Mary
Wade J W , r
Walker mrs Sarah '
Ware mrs Annie
Wilson J times
Wilson W It
Wimberly mrs Judctli P
Winn W H
Wintermote Joseph E
Killebrew miss Martha DWoodford llriston
Linch 1' T Woolding Albert t
Lockert X E Wooldridpo Catherine
Lucas O T Younir Willinm H
GUY W. WINES, P. M
Pec-. 8, 1805.
LET those who have doubted the virtues of
Bull's Cedron Bitters, if any audi there be. read the
following certificate from gentlemen well known
in this community, and doubt no more.
Its general introduction into the army will
save the lives of thousands of our soldiers.
Lorisviu.E, Kv., .Tune 3, 1803.
Wc, the undersigned, have seen tho pood erTeclw
produced by the use of Dr. John Hull's Cedron
Hitters in cases of general debility nnd prostration
of the system, nnd believo its general vwe wouM
prevent disease nnd relieve much suffering. Among
our .soldiers particularly would tlii3 he the case,
especially those who arc exposed to miasmatic in
flunee in the southern climate.
Davis, Green k Co., wholesale shoe dealers, Maiu
Chas. B. Cotton, Collector of the Port of Louis
Col. H. Dent. Trovost Marshaj General of Ken
Julius W inter. Clothing Merchant, cor. 3d and
Market Streets. Louisville, Ky.
.Rev. I). P. Henderson, Yico President of Sani
Hart k Mapothcr, Lithoprraphers, cor. Market and
Third tercets, Louieville, Ky.
Maj. Phillip Speed, Col. Int. Revenue, 3d Dis
Harney, Hughs & Co., publishers Democrat.
Geo, P. Poem, Prop. Louisville Anzeiger.
H milis k Parkhill, wholcsalo Pry Goods Dealers,
Main Street, Louisville.
Capt. S. F. Hildreth, of steamer Maj. Anderson.
Maj. L. T. Thurston, Paymaster V. S. Army.
C. M. Melcalf, National Hotel, Louisville, Ky.
Uil. Jessea liaylcs, 4th Ky. Cavalry.
George P. Prentice, Louisville Journal.
For sale by F1NLEY & STEWART.
Announcing Candidate five fiullari, and payment
required JS advancr.
VTl are authorized to announce TllOS. RAMEY,
as a candidate for Sheriff of Montgomery county.
Election to take place in March next.
Nov. 3, 'C5-to
Wx are authorized to announce CHARLES M.
STUART, as a candidate for Sheriff of Mont
gomery county. Election to tak place in March
next. Nov. 3, '65-te
AVx are authorized to announce RICHARD II.
OGBl'RN, as a candidate for Sheriff of Montgomery
county. Election to take place in in March next.
Nov. 3, '65-te
Original Attachment on tho ground of
Tennessee Murine and Fire Iusurance Company, vs.
Mrs. Mary J. Quarles.
In this case the patters bavin? been returned bo
1 fore me, a Justice of tho Peace for Montgomery
comity, 1 cnn., the said defendant being a nun-resident
of Tennessee, is hereby required to appear at
my office, in Clarksville, in said county and State,
oil the ih day of January, 18ti0, aud defend said
attachment mil, r the same will be proceeded
with tx parte. ( FAXON, J. P.
Pec, 8, 1805.41
HMIOSK HAN ! CLAIMS AtlUNST THE
-L rstAte of THOMAS t'liOSS, deceased, will
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. w.rild by law, aud those indebted to the .tte
'wi, m,(ke imull.jiaW p,,-,,,.., indolence will
I nol bt, ivrn M LMl.U:ilKKV,
j 05.21 Kxeciitor
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J Tlu X7a11
Jt w XlsXA t
i HH K luiildiugs formerly occupied by the PUnters'
j L liank and ll.tr k of AmericM, will be rented for
the year lHilfl. rV.r term, apply to
! II. C. MKRUITT,
offi., oj-piritf National Hole:.
Not. ST.. Iff.:, tin
WATTS, SLAUGHTER & CO.',
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HA?B St&f RECEITEft . ';.v
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And are now opening their Spltndid Stock of
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Fall and Winter Goods!
French and English .
Of the Latest Styles'.
, A very large stock of
SHAWLS, Both for Ladles and Gentlemen.
Hoop .Skirts, .
Belt Buckles, Ac, 4.
Cassimeres, , .
A large lot of
BOOTS and SHOES from the Largest
Bown to the Smallest Sice. ' - '
Call and examine for yourselves. .'
Corner Franklin and First Cross Streets,
Sept. 15, '65 tf
NEW GOODS 1 -
Having leased the Store on the
Corner of Franklin-St. ,
and the Square,
for a term of years, formerly
known ac Elder's Block, '
but now as the
RED COENE II !
I if AVE COMPLETELYjRKNOVATED and re
modelled the bouse, to such an extent that there
are no houses in this place that will surpass it for
beauty and comfort, and but few will lu any other
places, and I will keep constantly on hand a com
. plete and well selects stock of
Dry Goods! Notions! Boots!
Shoes ! Hats ! Oil
Cloths! Shawls! Cassimeres!
Cloths! Etc., Etc,
Consisting in part of all grades of Dress Goods
such as Black and Fancy Suits ; French and Eng
lish Merinoes ; Paris uud French Reps; Coburg's
Irish Poplins; llrocaues; Empress Cloth ; Block
and Fancy Lustres; Ciughnms; Scotch Plaids, kc.
All kinds and colors of Flannels, Linscys, Stripes,
Cassiuetts, Cassimeres, Coat nnd Cloaking Cloths;
White and Gray Bed Blankets; an elegnut assort
ment of Notions, H)ds, Soutags, Rcjjolctts and
Scarfs. Also a fino ossortiniil of Siaple and
Fancy Notions, comprising Ladies' Lace and
orked Paper Collars ; Gents' Linen and Paper
ixiliars; Gents and Ladies Plain arid Fancy Neck
Ties; Gents' and Ladies' Handkerchiefs, Gloves and
Hoisery, (Alexander's Kids.) Scarlet, Tinsel and
Black Velvet Riblions; Trimming -and Bonuet
Ribbons ; assortment of Braids, Bugle, Gimp nnd
Buttons; Plain and Tluscl Cords. Large assort
ment or Plain aud-Kancy Dress Buttons; Ladies'
and Gcnti' Suspenders; Soap and Perfumeries;
Side Nick and Round Smiths Sewing Needles;
Port-Monies and Pocket Books; Hair Netts and
I ins; Guipure, Velentia, Linen and Thread Edg.
ing; Iussrlions; Lncc and Silk Vail's, Black nn4
lute; Cords, Tassels, Sewing Silk, Binding, &c.
And a splendid assortment of Ladies', Gents' and
Childrens' Custom-made and Eastern Shoes; a good
assortment of Boys' nnd Gents' Wool and Fur
Hats; and in tine everything usualliv found in
well assorted Stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes,
lioolM and Hats, &c, kc.
And I will say to the public, I ill sell them
Goods ns I IJh.U' as any other bouse, anj oiler in
ducements inferior to none.
Call and see for yourselves. My motto is
"Quick sales aud small profits."
I have employed in my house long expert
enceJ anu well known men .Mr. 11. Madison At
kins, Mr. Sum 1 Johnson and G. Boyd Jones.
JOHN P. HELMS.
Nov. 10, Oj-Ciu
To my numerous friends I would beg to say that
I mil doing Inisi ness fur Mr. J. P. HELMS, at the
RED CORNER, where I would be glad to see yon
WUcntUtuwn. II. MAUISON ATKINS.
To my former friends and patrons, I would res-
spectl'ully say, I can be round at the Red Corner, at
all times, with Mr. J. P. Helma, ready and willing
as ever to show you goods, and more than .ever
ple&seu to sell you.
Truly, S.IU'L JOHNSON.
I would say to my friends nnd acquaintances,
though a novice in the Business, I would be glad
to sco them, lit all times, at the Red Corner; owing
to the undo! only or ncei in-the house, I can sell
you goods as cheap as uny man in the bous or
town. Kcspecllully, G. BOl V JONES.
W. A. IIAIU'KR.
I. A. BKUKOCPY
HARPER & BERNOUDY,
Cotton & Tobacco Factors,
NO. 01 COMMERCIAL ST,
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
nilOMPT AND FAITHFUL ATTENTION
J. given to the sale of Produce, ami remittances.
made kVilhoiit delay.
CtT Special attention paid to the filling o
Capt. H. (!. McComns, Steamer Imperial.
Mi. rs. J mi. C. Pull & Co, St. Louis.
" Sirader, Ruby k Co., Ht Iiuis.
" Homer, Hex k Tracy, St. Louis.
" J. il. Curvm k 13ro., St' l.oui.
" Von IMiul, Water 4Ca. St. l.oiiis.
Building and Saving Association nnd t. Lou
SI. l.iii. Mo., Oct. n 'b.S.-''ni '
ABOUT THR FIRST DAY OF DECEMBER,
we expect to move to tbe room known as the
Which is now being refitted for' cur ose. 'to
REDUCE OUR STOCK,
BEFORE MOVyO, . WE WILL OFFER
FOR THIRTY DAYS!
Our largo and well assorted stock of
At Very Short Profits!
W am wpll mrrm Hint, we cannot build tin tbe
Trade of Clarksville, unless we .
Offer Strong Inducements to
rurcnasers . .
To come here for their goods. We respectfully In
vite the public to examine our
Goods and Prices!
We are greatly encourae'ed by the rapid increase
in our trade, and promise to make still greater
efforts to moke it greatly to tbe interest of pur
chasers to get their supplies from us.
We are constantly receiving NEW GOODS, and
trust all who desire to SAYS MONEY, these hard
times, will call and price our goods. Very res
COULTER CC HILLMAN,
Sign of the "BIG SHOE."
Clarksville, Nov. 10, '55.-tf .
New Drug Firm.
WE, the undersigned, having bought the entire
stock ot DRUGS, MEDICINES, etc- lately
kept by W. O. Vamcb, propose to make it a
FIRST-CLASS DEUG STORE
In al! Its appointmcuU for which purpose we have
Added a Large Purchase of Xew Drnjs
to the Stock,
And expecting to be in frequent receipt of NEW
QOODH, our assortment will always be found com
plete, and. we.do not. expect to say "we hav'nt
got it" to any 'call for articles in our line. Our
motto will be
And we do trust our friends will not subject us,
at any time, to the pain of refusing credit, for we
say frankly to them, we do not desire any but
cash custom, and will have none other.
1 Druggist of Many Tears Experience
" , ; Will attend to the " . ,
And will he found in the store at all hours of the
night, and on Sundays.
I)n. PutTLK will discontinue the practice of msdi
cine, and devote his entire attention to the Drug
Jouxnt Moosr will be one of the clerks, and
will be always glad to wait upon his old friends.
Our stock coasists of
( Chemicals, .
Wines and Liquors,
(pure, for medical use),
Superb ass't of Soaps,
And everything to be found in a large and
complete assortment of this kiud, all or which will
be sflld nt reduced prices for cash.
J. M. PIUTLE
Sept. 15, 18G3-tf tii'S.'HEWLETT.
rpnB undersigned hare purchased of W. J.
i- Castacr his slock of
D R UG S,
MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
FANCY GOODS, dC.
And will continue the same kind of business, at
the same stand, (Thomas k Bro s old stand, Public
They will say for themselves, in maCing their
bow to the public, that every exertion will be made
on their part, to render the house worthy of the
pntronage and confidence of the public. They are
prepared to furnish
ror.MUY MEKcii.mi. isd pnTsicms,
with the best articles in their line, at wholesale,
11 fad at moderate profits.
They will sell tor OAStlONLV, and wish to say
IMPRESSIVELY, to all who favor them with their
patronage, THAT THEY DO NOT WANT IT,
unless cush Is paid at the time of purchase. This
ruletliey will strictly adhere to, and no tickets or
memorandums will be made. They cannot afford
to pay cosh for goods, aud sell them ou a credit
FINLEY & STEWART,
mOMlS A BKO'S Old Maud, Pab lc Square.
Aug. 25 ly
T reasury Department.
Orvtri or thi Comptollib or Tin CrHRtry,
Washington, Nov. 1, 1865.
WHEREAS, BY SATISFACTORY EVIDENCE
presented to the undersigned, it has been mude
to appear that THE FIRST NATIONAL HANK
OF CLARKSVILLE, in the City of Clarksville, iu
the county of Montgomery and Stato of Tennessee,
has been duly organized under and according to the
requirements cf the Act of Congress, entitled "An
Act to provide a NATK IN AL CL' liRENCY, secured
by a pledge, of I'nilcd Slates bonds, nnd to provide
for the circulation and redemption thereof Ap
proved, Junp 3, 18C4. And has complied with aH
the provisions of said act, required to be roinplii d
with before commencing the business of banking
under said act Now, therefore, I, Fukhman
Clahkk, Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby
certify that "Tin First Natiohal Dank or Clauks
villr," iu the city of Clarksville, in the county of
Montgomery and Slat of Teuntwaee, is authoriied
to commence the business ot banking, under tbe
f . In twtimoxt wHsaior, witness my
L. S. V hand uud teal of olhie, thi first day of
' -vw November, ISiiR. v
So. 1603. FRKEMAN' CLARKE,
Nov. 10, f.;. oJ . Compiio'.ler.
Broekman & Porter's Building,
North Side of Franklin
' Street, Five Doors
West of the Court House,
Clarksville, : : : Tennessee.
Maj, 11. h. Fowlkes, Robert S. Faitb,
Rob't Kinj and A. King.
WOULD CALL TI1E ATTENTION OF THE
CITIZENS OF MONTGOMERY AND
THE COUNTIES ADJACENT,
TO THEIR WELL ?
Gr HOC ERIES,
BOOTS "& SHOES
Clothing and Hats,
Together with such other necessary articles as are
generally round in a well reguiuiea siore. -ii
of which hav been bought at
Lowest caSh Prices.
And adopting as our motto, the Golden Maxim,
that a "Nimble Six-Pence Is better than a Slow
Shiling" we are prepared to
Sell at a Small Advance on Cost.
Keep constanly on hand, at wholesale and retail,
Choice Brand of Family Flour !
Powder, Shot and Caps.
The Highest Price Paid for
Rags, Feathers, Ginseng,
Country Produce Generally !
l'LKASE'OIVE US A CALL!
TRY US! PROVE US!
NO TROUBLE to SHOW GOODS.
Remember The Place !
The People's Store.
Just Received Fer Express,
A desirable lot of
Ladica' Trimmed Hull utfli 50.
flarksrille. July 1 V,
t - -
Rice & Moore's Old Stand.
Lately Occupied by L. STRAUS.
MATTILL & BRO.,
Have taken the above stand, and will keep a well
elected stock of , .
Staple and Fancy
Suitable to the' trade, including
We have engnged the services of Capt. W, W.
VALIANT, who will be pleased to see bis old
friends and former customers, and will sell roods
as low as any regular bouse in the eity.
M. MATTILL will still remain in the house and
superintend generally. . . .
MATTILL & BRO.
Franklin-St., Clarksville, Teun.
o : o
I would niort respectfully return my thanks to
the community at Urge for tbe liberal patronage
extended me, for the last three years, and would
restiectfblly ask that a liberal share of the same be
extended to my successors.
Oct. 13, 'C5-tf
FALL AND WINTER
E ARE NOW RECEIVING A LARGE AND
WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
Clothing and Gentlemen's
Of the Latest Styles, for Fall and Winter Wear.
Our Stock Embraces
And all other articles usually kept in a
FIRST-CLASS CLOTHING STORE!
Theso Goods were purchased in the EASTERN
MARKETS FOR CASH, and we feel satisfied
that we can offer
To those who may favor ns with their patronage
Call nud examine OUR STOCK, and Ratify
yourselves with regard to prices.
Terms- STRICTLY CASH!
T. Si R. E. SIcCl LLOCH.
Sept. 1, '65 tf
New Clothing House !
G. Rexinger & Co.,
Are now in receipt of their
Xew and Fashionable Stock of
For Men and Boys',
No. 1 Beaver Overcoats.
A splendid assortment of
A general assortment of
Tins Cassimero Over Shirts j
Merino Under Shirts;
Drawers, both Nett and
Socksetc, etc. Also,
Hats, Boots, Shoes, Trunks,
Carpet Sacks, Umbrellas,
PAPEIt ANU I.INK.V CO I.AIW,
Iu fact everything usually fouud iu
Fam ish ing Sf ore !
To wh'kh we invite the attention of the public
bclievuig that we cnu please both 111 goods and
O. R. & CO.
Elder' Blotk, Public titiutrc, Opposite
Clarksville,' Tenn. o
R.lr. GEO. V. KICK is salesman for this
house, nnd will he pleased to have his numerous
friends and aeipiaiutauefi to cull and examine out
fiik before pun hing.
D R . J OWT B . uVl' S
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Tbe latest and most Important dlacorerj
r tue Itflh ccnlnry.
NO man's name is more Intimately cennsHod
with the bistort of Materia Medic of ttie
United States, or more favorably known as a pio
neer iu medical discovery, than that of
- DR. JOHN BILL, '.V.
of Louisville, Kj, -.
Ilis inimitable prennratiou of SARSAPAKIL-
LA, hat lonir stood at the head of the various
compounds of that valuable drug. .
His COMPOCND OF WILD CHERRY has1
come a household word tliroughout the West ana
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His WORM LOZENGES. In lew than year after
their introduction, attained a reputation as wide
spread as the continent of America.
Itllf tTiA pmvniniT trnrv ett tiia liT. Mm.tn. In
be attained in his discovery, or rather combina
tion, for he does liot claim to be the discoverer of
which it the basis of the Bitters now offered a
the public. That honor belongs to tbe native in
habitants of Central America, to whom ita virtue
have been known for more than two hundred
years. Armed with it, the Indian bids defiance to
the most deadly malaria, and handles without fear
the most venomous serpents. lt is a belief with
them that while there is breath left in the body tbe
Cedron is potent to cure, no matter what the dis
ease moy be.
bile Dr. Bull is not prepared to endorse this
extravagant pretension, he is nevertheless satisfied
from a thorough examination of the evidence rela
ting to Its virtues, that as a remedy end preventive
from all diseases arising Trom exposure, either to
changes of weather and climate, or to the aiia."
inntic influence, it stands '
"WITHOUT A RIVAL,
and justly dsscrves tbe reputation it has sn long en
joyed in Central America and the West Indies.
IN D SPEPSIA
And its attendant trnin of symptom?, it acts mere
like a charm than a medicine. There it nothing ia
the range of Materia Medics, that can for a moment
bear a comparison with it in this disease. '
A full account of this wonderful.-plant may be
found in thq 1 1 til edition of the U. S. Dispensato
ry, on pages 1387 and 138S. . .
A series or experiments in which Dr. Bull ha
been Tor years engaged, has just been brought to a
succcessf ul termination, and be ia now enable toof-
rcr to the nilbliC a enmhinntii.n .tf (Vlpnn n-lK
other approved tonics, the whole preserved, in the
uei tjiiuuiy 01 copier-iisiiueu liouroon wlitsky,
which he ia confident has no eipinl in the world. t
lie might furnish a volume of certificates, bet
the liublic have Inner ainm hArnfl Ir. Mfimni.
such things at their true value. Tbe enfant plan is
ror every one 10 test lor umiscil tee virtues or a
new medicmo. - ' i . . .
GIVE TflK . ".,
One trial and you will never use an jot Urs.
It 1S not ItPiYunrv in nitlJIU A
... j w yM..,,. i lUlli 1 - Ul lllf-
eases in which the Cedron Bitters are aspecifie.
In all diseases of the
Stomach, Bowels, Liver or Kid
neys, In all affections of the
Brain, depending upon drranj;mci)t of tbe
Stomach an on els, '
' '.S 1 1 -
fiOlT, RHEUMATISM and .Kl R1LG1A, .
. FEVEH AND AGUE, - '
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It is destined to supercede all others. It'not onlr
cures these diseases but prevents them.
A wine glass full of the Bitters taken nn hour
before each meal, will ot viate the elfecU of the
most unhealthy climate, and screen the nerson ta
king it against diseases under tho most tiding
posure. ' - " '
OSS' Sold bg Druggitti and Uroceri generally.
tSr Ir- JOHN HI LLS Principle OQlce,
Fifth Street, .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IY
FINE V, Y it- STE WA RT,
( lark t Hie, Tens.,
Who also sells
' HULL'S WORM DESTROYER, .
BULL'S 8 AR8APA RILLA
SMITH'S T0SIC SUIT.
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